Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1951
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HIS 1951 yearbook has been designed to profuide a
permanent record of those actifvities which best re-
flect the life, spirit, and accomplishments of the two senior
classes of Taylor Allderdice High School. It is hoped that
this book will serve to remind the 1951 graduates of their
high school experiences and cause them to recreate their
high school days in pleasant refuerie.
Adany individuals keep scrapboohs and diary notes in
order to remember past efoents. Therefore the staff of
THE ALLDERDICE decided to publish in scrapbook form
information and features relating to the graduating seniors.
It is the sincere wish of the staff that through scanning
and re-reading this booh the many pleasant memories of
Allderdice may be brought to mind again and again.
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N a spirit of sincere gratitude and true humility for
their guidance, sacrifice, love, and understanding, we,
the members of the January and June classes dedicate this
yearbook to our parents. As maturing citizens we now
understand the great debt we owe to our mothers and
fathers. No matter which phase of work we may enter-
college, business, or military serfuice-we know that the
help our parents have shown us in past years will tend to
smooth the path that lies ahead. We only hope that
through this inadequate utterance of thanks, our fathers and
mothers will realize that we do understand our indebtedness.
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PUB1,lSn12n jolN'1'Lv HY 'rms SENIORS ov
'fmt JANUARY AND JUNE CLASSES OF 1951
THE TAYLOR AI,I,DERDIC1i HIGH SCHOOL
SHADY AND FORWARD AVENUIZS
K ,--,j MR. ARTHUR VV. THOMAS
Mr. 'lohn McLaughlin
fznzim' C0lH'ZSt'I0l'-hIlSS l,enore Allen
Miss Elizabeth lYagenkneeht
Adviser to Girls
Miss Katherine McKinney
Chief Cle1'kfMiss lsahel Zinn
C'l4'r!.'+M1's. Lillian llaker
Clz'1'L'4Miss Roxie Fraley
NIR. D. 1VICCLYMONDs Clerk-Kliss Lois E. Hill
Pifiizcipai Hook C'If'rk -Miss Virginia llartoloineo
Miss Catherine M. Eisamen. Miss Olivia Koenig, Miss jennie .X. Norton, Miss Blanche
Mr. Howard Barnes, Miss Helen Bartrini, Miss Florence E. Graham, Miss Margaret
Hanrahan, Mr, john H. Melvin, Miss Katherine Skarinski, Miss Margaret l.. VVineh,
Dr. Earl H. Burgad
Miss Helen B. Gorman, Miss Olive Bowlin, Mrs. Della Braun, Miss Olive Braham, Miss
Lois Grose, Miss Margery Heiinherger, Miss Rose D. Hartz, Miss Helen Hillard, Miss
Agnes Kerr, Miss Catherine A. McDermott, Miss Nancy lllontgomery, Mrs. Elizabeth
Porter, Miss Diantha VV. Riddle, Mr. joseph C. 'llllOIll1'JS0l1
F oifeigii Languages
Miss Dorothy Bergman, Miss Mary C. Brennan, Miss Yetta Kamler, Miss Elizabeth
Klingensmith, Mr. Charles '.l'. Roller, Mr. Marcus Rosenthal, Mrs. Myra Simpson, Miss
Edna R. Todd
Miss Eleanor Bardsley, Miss Charlotte R. Beachler, Mr. Morris Beck, Mr. Samuel Blitz,
Mr. Sheldon Cohen, Mr. John B. Coyne, Mrs. Margaret Fischer, Miss Esther Geist,
Miss Grace F. Jessop, Miss Ann Kasnitz, Miss Bertha O. Mitchell, Dr. Anna M. Quattrocchi,
Miss Leila H. Rupp, Miss Beryl Zeigler
Home Economics o
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Miss Florence Bechtel, Mrs. Margaret Bush, Mrs. Elizabeth Kane
Mrs. Mary Jane Jones, Miss Mary Ellen Miller, Miss Gertrude Oetting
Mr. Edward Caye, Mrs. Ethel Hubbard, Miss Elizabeth Hand, Mr. Hardie Greenwood,
Mr. George Phillips, Miss Alice L. Phipps, Mr. Ray R. Ralston, Miss Edith May Starz,
Mr. Robert C. Trumbull, Miss Ethel F. Turner, Doctor Wesley Wagner
Mr. Ralph Engelmeier, Mr. Irving A. Hyman, Mr. Herbert A. Lewis, Mr. Ercole Liberator,
Mr. Alex Seigal, Mr. August K. Winterling '
Mr. Roy F. Dietz, Miss Dorothy Jean Meyer, Miss Emma Steiner, Miss Laura E. Zeigler
Miss Mary Allshouse, Miss Eleanor Boland, Mr. Stewart Brown, Mr. John Irwin, Mr.
Robert Irvin, Miss Esther Long, Miss Margaret Mercer, Mr. Claude Sofield, Mr. Louis
Mr. Lon H. Colborn, Mr. Thomas Davies, Mr. R. J. Hackett, Miss Jane S. Johnston,
Miss Jane McCandless, Mr. J. T. Shriner, Mrs. Nancy Snively, Mrs. Mae Weber Smith
Hall Supervisors 'Dietitian
Mrs. Irene K. Bain Miss Alberta Jackson
Mrs. Ethel Hynes
School Doctor Miss Edith Rogal
Dr. H. Goldblum Saimming Mozfon
Mrs. Bella Jones
School Nurse ,
Miss Ann Stockfish Custodian
Mr. Charles E. Dietz
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Business Manager-James Langer
Assistant Business Manager-john Barclay
ASSOCIATE EDITORS-JANUARY CLASS
Illona Balazs Marlyn Lenchner Shirley Schiffman
Anne Castle Edgar Munhall Lee Silverman
Sidney Deutsch Harriet Pincus Marion Supowitz
Margaret Fitzurka Maurice Reichman
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ASSOCIATE EDITORS-JUNE CLASS
Richard Adelsheim Larry Cuban Joan Golomb
jean Danovitz Patricia Goldberg
Julius Finegold Florence Greenberg
Gilda Fuss Dale Horelick
Earl Marvin Barbara Parker Richard Rosenzweig
Earline Marvin Sanford Pollack john Sgro
Mary Kathryn Moseley Margery Rosen Howard Smith
Toby Numerosky Gerald Rosenfeld Robert Smith
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Sponsor--Miss Jennie Norton
Our '51 High School Scrapbook ..,......,,...,... ......,,... S andra Mervis
This Is Onr Faculty .,.,..., ,.,..., ....,. J u lius Finegold
Our .lannary Classmates .,...,.. ....... B arbara Olbum
Our fnne Classmates ....,.,... ....., B arbara Olbum
The Slips We Used ............ .,..... J ulius Finegold
The Things VVe Joined ....... .... .,............ R o bert Smith
The Gaines VVe Played ...... .. ....,....... . ...,.. Harvey Breverman
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journal Staff ...... .,,...........t................,., . . .Jane Stinson
Art Staff .........,.. ....,.....,.......,.,..,,,. .,.... S a ndra Shapiro
Class Officers ..tt...,.,. ............. .,..... ..,.......,.... G i l da Fuss
Honor Graduates ..... ....,.,,....,...,,.,,,..,............,....,,. E licia Miller
Composite Seniors .....,.,.,.,..i.......,............,...,...,.,..,........, jane Stinson
Miscellaneous .,., ........................ S ondra Chester, Louise Cosentino,
Elicia Miller. -ludy Rosenberg, Barbara Shulman,
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Thunder rumbling 0'verhea.d."
Remember that Sunday in September when the sky changed from brilliant
orange to black? That Canadian forest fire had repercussions here in Pittsburgh.
But . . . remember the following Monday when the F .T.A. square dance
was held at Totem Pole Lodge . . . thirteen quarts of potato salad . . . Barbara
Parker forgetting to order the soft drinks . . . the trunk of Florence Greenberg's
car sticking . . . Mr. Thomas coming to the rescue . . . roasted wieners, sugar
doughnuts, purple grapes . . . Davidson calling square dance numbers . . .
watching the eclipse of the moon . . . remember how wonderful it was?
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L 5 President-Edgar Munhall
f Vice President-Maurice Reichman
I T Secretary--Illona Balazs
, Treasurer-Anne Castle
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Anne E. Castle
Ethel F. Rabinovitz
Maurice Arthur Reichman
George R. Adams
Judith Ann Beveridge
Charles M. Coffey
Jane T. Ellis
Jack Allen Meyers
Pauline Sylvia Silverbl
Joyce Elizabeth Strong
Marion Ellen Supowitz
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Died-February 25, 1950
GEORGE ADAMS-Foreword Representative: Chess Club: United
Nations Club: Band 5, 4, 3, 2, 1: Marching Band: All City Band
EARL AUSSENBERG-Class Day Committee: Chess Club: March-
ing Band: Bands 5, 4, 3, 2, 1: All Citv Band: Homeroom President,
9A, SA: Homeroom Vice President, IOB: Student Council, 8A, 9B:
Hall Staff, 10B-IZA: Honorable Mention in Jewelry Show: Foot-
ball '50: Football Letter
ILLONA BALAZS-Senior Class Secretary: Prom Committee:
Journal Staff: Homeroom Treasurer, 12A-IZB: Cafeteria Staff:
College Club: Chorus 4. 3: Chorus Secretarv. l2A: American
Legion Award, l0A: Volley Ball '49: .Activities Staff, 214
VIRGINIA BAICPOLOMEO -- Service Club: M.M.M.: Modern
Dance: Gregg TvPi'tg Award: SA Historv Award: American Legion
Award: Basketball '49: Hockey '49, '50: Volley Ball '491 Mushball '49
JACK C. BECK-Hall Staff, IZA: H1-Y Club: Basketball '49:
Football '49: Intramural Basketball '49: Football Letter: College
LaVERNE BETSILL-Hall Staff: M.M.M.: Jewelry Projects:
Championship Basketball Team '49: Volley Ball '49: Hockey '50:
Mushball '49: Entered from Gladstone, llB: Future Vocation-
JUDITI-I ANN BEVERIDGE - Student Council Representative:
Class Day Committee: Senior Class Calendar: Cafeteria Staff:
M.M.M., Social Chairman and President: Good-will, Clean-Up
Posters: Scholastic Placement: Basketball '47: Volley Ball '48, '49:
History Radio Broadcast
ADA BLOOM-Hall Staff: Library Club: Teen Age Book Club:
Student Federalists: Senior Discussion: Orchestra 2, l
MARY LOU CALCATERRA-Service Club: Homeroom Class Day
Committee: Gregg Shorthand Award: Basketball '48: Volley Ball
'48, '49: Future Vocation-Secretary
ANNE CASTLE-Senior Class Treasurer: Class Day Committee:
Prom Committee: journal Staff: Student Council Representative:
Social Committee: Problems Committee: Co-chairman Ushers Staff:
Tutoring Staff: Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief: Library Club:
French Club: Microscope Club: Latin Club: F.T.A.: Chorus 4, 3, 1:
All City Choir: Basketball '49: D.A.R. Award: Sociology Radio
Award: Intercultural Youth Council
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CHARLES COFFEY - Prom Committee Chairman: Homeroom
President, 9B, l0A, l1A: Vice President, llB: Student Council
Representative, llA, IZA: College Club: United Nations Club:
Basketball '51, '50, '49: Captain, Intramural-Basketball '50, '49:
Entered from Gladstone, 11B
DOLORES COHN-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice President,
IZB, l2A: Homeroom Secretary, 10B-IZA: Food Committee: Cos-
tume Designing for Modern Dance Program: Red Cross Typing:
Community Drive Committee
MARION PHYLISS COVEL-Hall Staff: Service Club: Library
Club: Bulletin Staff: F.T.A.: Hockey '49: Volley Ball '48, '49, '50:
Basketball '49: Softball '49: Gregg Shorthand Award: Athletic Letter
JACK CUNNINGHAM-Chess Club: VVoodslmQ Projects, 9B-9A:
lntramural Basketball: Entered from Linden, 91 ', College Choice---
SIDNEY DEUTSCH-Dramatic Enghsli Llass: Class Play Cast:
journal Staff, Business Manager: Homeroom President, 8B: Student
Council Representative, 7B-7A: Hall Staff: Printing Projects
GEORGE DIAMANTOPULOS-Homeroom President, 9B: Student
Council: Hall Staff: Male Chorus: Choir 5, 4, 3, 2: Intramural
SAMUEL DICKTER-Special Shop Projects: Intramural Basket-
ball: Distributive Education Class: Entered from Atlantic City
Senior High, llB: Favorite Sports-Basketball, Swimming
PATRICIA DUSHAVV--Homeroom President, l1B: Tutoring Staff:
Service Club: French Club: College Club: Chess Club: Senior
Y-Teens: F.B.L.A.: Volley Ball '49, '50: Gregg Shorthand Award:
Community Chest Drive Typist: Entered front Holy Rosary, 9B
JANE ELLIS-Dramatic English Class: Homeroom Secretary, l0B,
l0A: Cafeteria Staff: Hockey '48, '49, '50: Basketball '48, '49:
Volley Ball '49
DOROTHY EWING-Class Day Committee: Student Council, 10B-
lZA: Hall Staff: Ushering Staff: Cheerleader: Basketball '48-'50:
Volley Ball: Hockey: Tennis: Mushball: Vocational Preference-
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SHERMAN FARBSTEIN-Chess Club, Hall Staff, Basket-room
Staff, Homeroom Treasurer, 8A-SB, Foreword Representative,
Intramural Basketball, Football '49
MARY VIRGINIA FECHKO-Homeroom Class Day Committee,
Homeroom Secretary, lZB-IZA, M.M.M., Volley Ball
MARGARET FITZURKA-Journal Staff, Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, l2A, l2B, llA, Foreword Representative, l2A, 12B, llA,
Service Club, Office Assistant, Gregg Shorthand Certificate, D.A.R.
History Award, Basketball '48, '49
ELAINE FOREMAN-Hall Staff, junior Glee Club, Chorus 5, 4,
3, 1, Chorale, Soloist for Choir, All City Choir, Tea Committee,
Talent Shows, Lawn Committee, Senior Calendar Committee,
Volley Ball '47, '48
MARILYN ISOREMAN-Dramatic English Class, Stage Manager,
Senior Class Play, Publicity Committee, Senior Class Play, Home-
room Social Chairman, l2A, Chorus 1, Community Fund Drive
Committee, Volley Ball '50, Entered from Kittanning High School,
JAMES H. FRANK-Prom Committee, Dramatic English Class,
Publicity Committee, Class Play, Chairman of Sound Committee,
Homeroom President, 8A, Band 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Marching Band: Iun-
ior Varsity '46, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Buhl Plane-
RAYMOND B. GABLER-Homeroom Class Day Committee, Short-
wave Club, President, Chess Club: Hall Staff: Television Projects,
Homeroom Basketball '47, '48, '49
S. MORTON GRANOVITZ-Dramatic English Class, Class Play
Cast, Homeroom President, IZB, l2A: Vice President, 8A, 8B,
Treasurer, IOB, Senior Discussion Club, College Club, Chorus
5. 4. 3, 2, Secretary. Chorus 4, Male Chorus, Track Team '48, '49,
Intramural Volley Ball and Basketball, Gregg Typing Award
WILLIAM DAVID GREENBARG-Foreword Representative, l0B,
Band 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Band Programs, Homeroom Basketball, Entered
ANTHONY EDWARD GUALTIERI, JR.-Homeroom Secretary,
9A, Special Shop Foreman, Football '48, '49, Track '47, '49, Basket-
ball '49, '50, Entered from Greenfield, 9B
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ERNEST HALLE--Homeroom Class Day Committee: Hall Staff:
Chess Club: Intramural Basketball: College Preference-Duquesne
JACK S. HASLEY-Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Properties'Committee: Hall Staff: Bookroom Club: Garden Club:
Chess Club: Short VVave Club: Orchestra 4: Band 3: Homeroom
PHYLISS RAE HOFFMAN-Student Council: Hall Staff: Book-
room Club: Chorus 1: Jewelry Projects: Tea Committee: Senior
Leaders, Treasurer: Hockey '48, '49, '50: Volley Ball '48, '49, '50:
Softball '49, 'S0:'Red Feather Drive Committee
ARLENE HORNSTEIN-Homeroom Class Day Committee: Hall
Staff: Chorus 1: Favorite Sport-Tennis: College Preference-Penn
'50: Typing Award
NORTON LOUIS KALINSKY Homeroom Vice President 9B
l0A: Hall Staff: Intramural Basketball Band Z l Basketball 48
SPIRO N. KAMBERIS Football Club Football Team 48 49 40
Basketball '49: Homeroom Basketball 49 Football Minstrel Shaw
GEORGE KARLIN-Chess Club: Camera Club: American Legion
Medal: Foreword Representative, 7B-SA: Football Team '49: Foot-
ball Manager '48: Football Minstrel Show: Intramural Basketball
AUVRA KARTUB-Hall Staff: F.T.A.: Tea Committee: Volley
Ball '47, '48, '49: Community Chest Committee: Cancer Fund Com-
mittee: Vocational Preference-Teaching
I-IARRIET KATZ-Hall Patrol: Library Club: College Club:
Camera Club: Field Hockey '48, '49: Homeroom Bible Reader
MERVIN ALLEN KENDALL-Prom Committee: Dramatic Eng-
lish Class: Class Play Publicity Manager: Hall Staff: German
Club: College Club: Homeroom President, 12B: Vice President,
llA: Treasurer, l0B, IOA: Orchestra 4: Track '49: Football Club:
Cross Country '49: Intramural Basketball: International Peace Day
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KENNETH H. KENNEDYhClass Day Committee: Distributive
Education Class: Homeroom Treasurer
HARRIET BERNICE KLEIN-Prom Committee: Dramatic Eng-
lish Class: Class Play Cast: Student Council, 9B-l0A: Foreword
Representative: Cafeteria Staff: Ushering Staff: Discussion Club:
Office Staff, '47: Chorus Z, 1: Modern Dance
HERSCHEL KLEIN-Homeroom Secretary. 11B-IZA: Qualitative
Analysis Class: College Club: Chess Club: National Chemical So-
ciety Test, '50: Intramural Basketball '49, '50
DOROTHY KOPA-Chorus 4, 3, l: Vocational Preference-Secre-
tary: Entered Allderdice, 9B
CLIFFORD LAKATOS-Jewelry Projects: Electric Shop Projects:
American Legion Award: Vocational Preference-Business
LARRY M. LEFKOWITZ-Dramatic English Class: Class Play
Cast: Publicity Committee: Class Day Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9B: Vice President, IZB, 12A: Student Council: Senior Dis-
cussion: United Nations Club: College Club: Track Team '48:
Intramural Basketball '47: International Peace Day Award: Soci-
ology Radio Broadcast
PATRICIA LEIGHTON-M.M.M.: Entered from Schenley Eve-
ning School: Favorite Diversion-Studying Voice and Piano: Vo-
cational Preference-Commercial Artist
MARLYN LENCHNER-Journal Staff: Foreword Staff: Dramatic
English Class: Class Day Committee: Skit Committee: Foreword
Representative, 1lB, l1A, l2B: Chairman, Cafeteria Staff: Tutoring
Staff: F.T.A.: Social Committee Chairman: College Club: French
Club: Harp Soloist, Orchestra: All City Junior and Senior Orches-
tra: D.A.R. Award
BETTY ANN LEPEDO-Cafeteria Staff: M.M.M.: Jewelry Pro-
jects: Basketball '50: Volley Ball '49: Softball '49, '50: Entered
from Gladstone, 11B: Vocational Preference-Receptionist
MARION CLARE LYONS-Distributive Education Class: Home-
room Secretary, IZA: Room 214 Secretary: Vocational Preference-
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ELSIE MAE MANIUS - Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9B,
M.M.M., Stage Scenery Conunittee, Fashion Shows '48, '49, Volley
Ball, Modern Dance, Shorthand and Typing Awards, Entered from
IRIS JOAN MANNING-F.T.A., Chorus 5, Chorale, Modern
Dance, Christmas Program
JO ANNE MARCUS-Dramatic English Class, Cast of Class Play,
Cafeteria Staff, Ushering Staff Substitute, F.T.A., Gregg Tran-
MARJORIE MARSDEN-M.M.M., Tea Committee, Entered from
Gladstone, Vocational Preference-Secretary
TAMARA SUE MARTIN-Senior Discussion, F.T.A., Teen-Age
Book Club, Dance Programs, Orchestra 4, 2, l, Homerooin Bible
Reader, Attendance Secretary, Jewelry Projects, Hockey '50
BERNARD MATHOS-Hall Staff, Special Shop Projects, Wood
Shop Projects, Football '48, '49, Intramural Basketball Champion-
JUDITI-I MAYOR-journal Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Cafeteria Staff,
Co-Chairman, Prom Committee, Student Council, Garden Club,
President, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Volley Ball '48, '49, Softball '48, '49
GERALDINE JUNE MCCLINTOCK-Class Day Committee, Dis-
tributive Education Class, Special Dance Group, Choir, Orchestra
1, Typing Award, Entered from Gladstone
JACK A. MEYERS-12B Senior Luncheon Committee, Chess Club,
College Club, United Nations Club, Special Shop Projects, Intra-
mural Basketball, Qualitative Analysis Class, Football Minstrel
Show, Football Manager '49, Civic Club Test, Social Committee:
FLORENCE MOSS-M.M.M., Volley Ball '49, '50, Basketball '49
'50, Tennis '49, Softball '49, '50, Hockey '49, '50, Athletic Letter,
Stephen Foster Radio Program, Entered from Gladstone, llB
LOIS MULLEN-F.B.L.A., Softball '50, Volley Ball '49, Basket-
ball '50, Hockey '49, Shorthand Speed Award, Entered from Glad-
EDGAR MUNI-IALL-Senior Class President, Prom Committee,
Class Day Committee, journal Staff, Homeroom President, 9A-
IZA, Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Cafeteria Staff, Latin Club,
Vice President, French Club, President, F.T.A., McKelvey Teach-
ing Project, Class Play Scenery, National Scholastic Exhibitions
'47, '51, Honorable Mention '49, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh,
"Seventeen" Student Issue,Art Students League Scholarship, French
Contest, P.C.W., International Peace Day Award, Swimming Team
'47, '48,.'49, '50, City Junior Backstroke Champion '47, State Cham-
pionship Meets '48 '49, '50
GRACE PASTERNAK-F,T.A., Tea Committee, Volley Ball '48,
'49, Hockey '49, Hall Staff
HARRIET PINCUS-Class Day Committee, journal Staff, Dra-
matic English Class, Class Play Cast, Foreword Representative,
Student Council, Foreword Staff, Tutoring Staff, Garden Club,
Camera Club, Discussion Club, Spanish Club, Latin Club, F.T.A.
Social Committee, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball '47, '48, '49, Hockey
'48, Basketball '48, Special Dance, Modern Dance, Gregg Typing
Award, Dance Program
LEONA PODOLSKY Dramatic English Class, Class Play Cast,
journal Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Homeroom Vice President, llB,
Secretary-Treasurer, llA, l2B, IZA, Student Council, Cafeteria
Staff, Discussion Club, Chorus 4, 3, 1, All City Choir, Hockey '49,
Volley Ball '48, Gregg Shorthand Award, WCAE History Broad-
cast, Foster Memorial Program, Senior Calendar Committee
WILLIAM PURCELL-Print Shop Projects, Entered from Schen-
ley, llA, College Preference-Purdue
ETHEL RABINOVITZ-Dramatic English Class, Class Play Cast,
Foreword Representative, Homeroom Social Co-chairman, Cafe-
teria Staff, F.T.A., Choir 4, Chorale, Choir Secretary, 12B-12A'
Carnegie Library Radio Broadcast
MICHAEL M. RAPPORT-Homeroom President, 7A, Homeroom
Treasurer, 8B-8A, Foreword Representative, Hall Staff, Micro-
scope Club, Entrant in Pennsylvania Poster Contest, Scenery for
Class Play, Lawn Committee, Track '49, Intramural Basketball,
Volley Ball '48, '49
NANCY RECHT-Camera Club, F.B.L.A,, Treasurer, Softball '49,
Hockey '49, Basketball '48, '49, Community Chest Typist, Entered
from Freedom High School, 10B
NAOMI REICHBAUM-Hall Staff, F.T.A., Hockey '49, Basket-
ball '48, Volley Ball '48, Softball '49, Senior Leaders, Athletic
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MAURICE ARTHUR REICHMAN-Senior Class Vice President,
Student Council President, Student Council Treasurer, 11A, Prom
Committee, Class Day Committee, Problems Committee, Social and
Handbook Committee, Dramatic English Skit, Publicity Committee,
Homeroom President, 12B-l2A, Homeroom Vice President, llB-11A,
Tutoring Staff, Microscope Club, Vice President, Senior Discussion
Club, Chess Club, German Club, College Club, Band 4, 3, 2, 1,
Intramural Basketball '49, '50, Qualitative Analysis Class, Econc-
mics Broadcast, Publicity Committee for Student Rally
HANNAH ROSEN-Dramatic English Class, Class Play Cast,
Program Committee, Foreword Representative, Fashion Show,
Volley Ball '49, P.T.A. Fashion Show, Clothing Projects
HERBERT SYLVAN ROSENFELD--Orchestra 2, Band 3, Book-
RUTH ANN SALVAMOSER--M.M.M., Vice President and Secre-
tary, Hall Staff, Clean-Up Poster Contest, Basketball '48, Volley
Ball '49, Honorable Mention in Brotherhood Poster Contest
SHIRLEY RUTH SCHIFFMAN-Journal Staff, Class Day Com-
mittee, Class Play Music, F.T.A., French Club, Library Club,
Modern Dance, Special Dance, Talent Show-Co-Producer, Direc-
tor, Chorus 4, Harmony 4, 3, 2, 1, United Nations Club, Chorus
1V Accompanist, 214 Staff, Tutoring Staff, Junior Glee Club,
Fashion Show, Care Affair
DONAHUE SCOTT--Track '49, '50, Basketball '49, Intramural
Basketball, Hobby-Photography, Entered from Gladstone
BLANC!-IE SEERY-Foreword Representative, F.B.L.A., Presi-
dent, Chess Club, Volley Ball '49, '50, Basketball '49, Competent
RICHARD ROBERT SEILER-Hall Staff, Shortwave Club, Typ-
ing Progress Certificate, Cross Country '49, Entered from Glad-
PAULINE SILVERBLATT-Dramatic English Class, Bookholder
for Class Play, Foreword Representative, Senior Leaders Club,
College Club, Spanish Club, Chorus 3, 1, Orchestra 4, 3, 2, 1, Food
Committee, Orchestra Programs, Senior Life Saving, Hockey '48,
'49, Volley Ball '47, '48, '49, '50, Community Chest Drive Committee
LEE SILVERMAN-Class Day Committee, Journal Staff, Home-
room Treasurer, IZA, Tutoring Staff, Chess Club, College Club,
German Club, Senior Luncheon Committee, Cafeteria Posters'
Intramural Basketball, Basketroom Attendant
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HILLARD LARRY SIMON-Prom Committee, Hall Staff, Band
5, 4, 3, Marching Band, Intramural Basketball
WALTER RICHARD STOEHR-Distributive Education Class,
jewelry Projects, Entered from Park Place, 9B
JOYCE ELIZABETH STRONG-Class Day Committee, F.T.A.,
French Club, Cafeteria Staff, Chorus 5, All City Chorus, Talent
MARION ELLEN SUPOWITZ-Journal Staff, Dramatic English
Class, Senior Class Play Cast, Student Council, Homeroom Social
Chairman, llB, Homeroom President, 10B-IOA, Ushering Staff,
Hall Staff, Cafeteria Staff, F.T.A., Food Committee for Tea, Radio
Broadcast, 12B Luncheon Committee
ONEAL TIGNER Chorus 2, Jewelry Projects, Homeroom Basket-
ball Team, Entered from Gladstone, llB, Vocational Preference-
JOSEPH TIPPETT-Football Club '49, '50, Jewelry Projects, Spe-
cial Shop Projects, Football '49, '50, Minstrel Show, Entered from
HOWARD TURK-Class Day Committee, Dramatic English Class,
Senior Class Play, Business Manager, Homeroom Vice President,
l2B, College Club, Band 5, 4, Jewelry Projects, Art Projects, 12B
Luncheon Committee, Intramural Basketball '50
DONALD R. VERNON-Prom Committee, Dramatic English, Pub-
licity and Program Manager, Hall Staff, College Club, Cross Coun-
try Team '49, '50, Homeroom Basketball Team, American Legion
Award, WCAE History Broadcast
JACK WEISS-Homeroom President, 9B, Vice President, 9A, 10B,
l0A, Secretary, 1lB, Discussion Club, Band 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Gregg
Typing Award, Basketball '48, '49, Homeroom Basketball Cham-
LAWRENCE WEIZENBAUM - Dramatic English Class, Class
Play Cast, Hall Staff, Homeroom Basketball Team
SONDRA WILDMAN-Chess Club: Speed Test for Typing: Home-
room Secretary, 9ll: lintrant in Clean-Cp Poster Contest: jewelry
Projects: llasketball '50, Captain: Volley Ball '48: Hockey '49
BETTY LOU WISSER-L'lass Day Connnittee: Hall Staff: DA R.
History Award: Basketball '48, '-19: Volley liall '48, '49: Vocational
NORMAN WOLFF-Student Council, 7.-X: Homeroom President,
fill: Hall Staff: Green Key: College Club: Band 5, 4. 3: Marching
lland: Tri-State liand: All City Hand: Basketball '48, '49, '50, '5l:
Captain Basketball Team '50, '5lg Intramural Basketball: Talent
ANNIE M. WOODS-Science Club:
Volley llall '49, '50: Athletic Award
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Spelling Contest: Basketball:
ROSE MARIE YURKEW-Distriluutivt' Education Class: Lunch-
Check Cashier: Sewing Projects: Typing Award: Vocational Pref-
QOLDIE SUSAN ZAHM-Student Council: Foreword Representa-
tive: Councilettes: Vocational Preference-Business VVoman
ANN E. ZIONTS-Dramatic English Class, Publicitv Committee'
Foreword Representative: Student Council: German Club: Colleffe
Club: Chorus 5, 4: Chorale: Volley Ball '49, '50: Special Dancle:
MORRIS ZWANG-Ctxllege Club: Intramural Basketball
WILLIAM COVINGTON-Football '48, '49: Intramural Basket-
ball: American Legion Award liiladstonel: Award for Public Speak-
ing tliladstonel: Vocational Preference-Law
t eznnezry Class
POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE ,............,.A,.......,...,...........,,..,,. . ..,.,.. Elgar
Miss Laura Zeigler, Conductor
INVOCATION ,,,.,... .,...... ..,... ....4,4..,...,. R e v . john M. Frawley
Pastor, St. Philomena's Church
WESTMINSTER .,.. ...,..,.....A.......,.... ..,,.,.,.,.A.,.s.....,.....,.,A.A...... C 0 ate.:
PRESENTATION OF FLOWERS ,............ .............. ,.... .....s........... , .............,.. J I 1 ne Class 1951
Seymour Schafer, june Class Maurice Reichman, january Class
REVERIE ......,,.r..,.,.,.,...,....,.,..,r........,.,.,...........,...,.,..,...,..,.,........,.....,...,...,... John Chesire
Facing an Uncertain World
"My Own hope is, a sun will pierce
The thickest cloud earth ever stretched."
'Preparation through Experience" .....r.,........... .,,r.r,r......,..... ,.,..... E t hel Rabinovitz
"Security through School and Home Ties", ...,. r.......,..,.... A nne Castle
"Confidence through Training" .................. ....,.. Margaret Fitzurka
"The Hope Of Tomorrow". r.,...,.. , .....,.... Harriet Pincus
WALTZ ...... ,r.......................,. . ., .,... Chopin
Edgar Munhall, January Class Joseph Trattner, June Class
AMERICA, THE BEAUTIFUL ..........., ,...........,.................... ...,............................. ..,.. B a t es
Taylor Allderdice A Cappella Choir
Miss Emma Steiner, Director
AUTHORIZATION OF DIPLOMAS ...... ..........,...........,...,......,............... M r. Evan Ingram
Representative of Superintendent Of Schools
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS,.,., I...,...,...,...,.....,..... Mr. J. D. McClymOnds
Principal, Allderdice High School
MARCH FROM ATHALIA ............ ,....... ....... ...... M e n delssohn
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Trapped in a Spider's Web!
Hiram Abernathy, an old rancher ......,..........,...............,.,..,..... Mr. Lawrence Weizenbaum
Mrs. Abernathy, Hiram's wife .,..,..,...,.....,..,,..,..............,,....,.,..,........,.,...... Miss Harriet Klein
Battle Axe Annie, the sheriff ...,..,....... .,,.......,.. M iss Harriet Pincus
Red Wing, Indian girl ..........,...............,...,,.,. . ,..,. .,..Miss Ethel Rabinovitz
Windermere Hightower, the villain ..,..,... ......... M r. Morton Granovitz
Lucius Goodenough, the hero ......,..,...,..,.... ...,.......,.. M r. Sidney Deutsch
Aurelia Abernathy, Hiram's daughter ,..,.... Miss Marion Supowitz
Melody Lane, heroine ....,...................,,............. ,...... M iss Leona Podolsky
Nellie Blythe, member of school board .......... .,......,...., M iss Hannah Rosen
Muriel Atkins, villain's wife ..,,..,................,..,,........,..,......,. ...,..... M iss Jo Anne Marcus
Aloysius Abernathy, unexpected arrival. ,,..,... . ,,.....,....,...... ,..,.,..,. M r. jack S. Hasley
General Manager ......,... ..,..,...,.,,..,.......................,..,...... .......,,,..,...... H o ward Turk
Stage Manager ......... ,. .,............,..,..,...,.. Marilyn Foreman
Bookholder ,...,..,...,..,...., ..,..,..,.....,...,.,........ P auline Silverblatt
Publicity Managers ,.,....... .,..... H oward Turk, Donald Vernon
Secretaries .....,......,..,......,....., .,........ M arlyn Lenchner, Jane Ellis
Program .......,.........,...,..,,........,......,..,..........,..,...,,...................................,.....,......,. Donald Vernon
Musical Accompaniment ,..........,. . .,,..................,..,..,.........,...,........,......,...,.. Shirley Schiffman
FOR THE JANUARY CLASS OF 1951
Play Directors .................,...,...,..,........,....,..... Mr. James Reilly and Mr. Joseph Simmons
Faculty Sponsors ,...,.,.,....., ...,......., ........ , M r. Joseph Thompson, Miss Lenore Allen,
Miss Elizabeth Wagenknecht
Set Construction and Lights ,..,....,......,,.............., Herbert Mendelsohn, Norman Mozeik
Posters and Interior Decorations ,.................,.,....,.,.. Annamarie Tkac, Susan Bergman,
Edgar Munhall, Robert Smith, Harvey Breverman, Harvey Sniderman,
Howard Turk, Donald Vernon, James Frank, Ann Zionts
Sound Effects .,......,....,.....,.............,...,..,..,......,...........,.........,..... Donald Vernon, James Frank
Property .,..., James Frank, jane Ellis, Howard Turk, Jack S. Hasley, Donald Vernon
Make-up .......,..,..,....,..,..,..,............,...,......,..,. Marlyn Lenchner, Mervin Kendall, Jane Ellis
Publicity .......,. .,..,.....,.....,....,..,. M ervin Kendall, Maurice Reichman, Larry Lefkovitz
Program ,....,..,..,,..,.....,. Donald Vernon, James Frank, Ann Zionts, Marilyn Foreman
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Ye shall all gather 'round and listen, "Oh Lucius." swoons Melody fainting
Wfhile this tale of woe I impart, away,
Ye shall hear of maidens and villains, The words echo from rafter to rafter,
And The Curse of an Aclzing Heart. "Fair inaiden, I love thee," our hero
lt's tile CVC of tllif of NOVClllbCf, Tlley live happilv ever aftef.
Our fair halls are quiet and dimg r ' ' 1
The Cm-tain is Sloxvly rising' The curtains are slowly descending,
Harkg Rvly Story is now to beg-in. The audience starts to depart.
But this story shall long he remem-
Thu CIIICYK' of an .flrlling Heart.
'Tis a simple, humble farmhouse,
Peace and goodwill fill the airg
Here the Abernethey's dwell
An aged, loving pair.
Ah, too soon their happiness ended,
For the villain Hightower eameg
He was plotting to steal their money,
And bring ruin to Melody Lane.
"Shall wrong triumph over virtue F"
Cries poor Melody in despair.
"Alone, unhefriended, and helpless,
ls there no one to answer my prayer ?'
lint l.o! l,ueius Goodenough arrives,
The hero in our play,
Ile rescues Miss Lane from the villain's
And sends Hightower on his way. .
Our Student Council
Vice President-Richard Rosenzweig
Secretaries-Electra Petrolas, Calliope Popandreas
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS
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Remember the "Care Affairu? Remember the "Care fXft:1ir"?
Remember, we all were there. Remember we all were there.
lt was a dance in the gym so grand, A nicer wish that must not be made in
IVitli 21 carnival and real live hzmd. vain
Remember? Is to adopt our orphans this year again.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE COUNCIL MEMBERS
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Teacher .,.A. ....... .....,...,........ M i ss Agnes Kerr
President .......,...,. .....,.. M aurice Reichman
Vice President .4.,.. ..,....,., D olores Cohn
Secretary ..4.r..,... .Vr,r..,..4..r. ....,. H e rschel Klein
Treasurer ...,......................... ,..i, Lee Silverman
Foreword Representative i.....,4..,.... ,..... E thel Rabinovitz
Student Council Representative ........ ......,.. C harles Coffey
First Row-Harriet Katz, Ada Bloom, Tamara Sue Martin, Herschel Klein, Dolores Cohn,
Maurice Reichman, Lee Silverman, Jane Ellis, Marlyn Lenchner, Shirley Schiffman
Second Row-Annie Woods, Sandra Wildman, Marilyn Foreman, Pauline Silverblatt,
George Adams, Jack Meyers, Sidney Deutsch, Marion Supowitz, Ethel Rabinovitz,
Third Row-Michael Rapport, Howard Turk, Sherman Farbstein, Richard Seiler, Morris
Zwang, Norman Wolff, George Karlin, Norton Kalinsky, Charles Coffey
GEORGE ADAMS-Musically inclined and studious: interested in engineer-
ing, enjoys repairing and designing furniture
EARL AUSSENBERG-Handsome, husky hero, interested in football, enjoys
ADA BLOOM-Active, capable, efficient aid in school projects, likes reading
novels, looks forward to being a teacher
DOLORES COHN-Blue-eyed, brown-haired, aided in the Community Drive,
enjoys horseback riding
CHARLES COFFEY-Athletic and friendly with qualities of leadership, en-
joys all sports
SIDNEY DEUTSCH-Businesslike with a flair for the dramatic, interested
in printing as a hobby
JANE ELLIS-Enchanting "Jeannie with ligh4t brown hair", enjoys sports:
particularly hockey, will make an excellent secretary
SHERMAN FARBSTEIN-Companionable and humorous, likes football and
fishing, is a collector of stamps and c-oins
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MARILYN FOREMAN-Brown eyes and brown hair, known to her friends
as Mickeyg enjoys reading and listening to music
NORTON KALINSKY-Cooperative, practical, and resourcefulg interested in
sportsg looking forward to a 'business career
GEORGE KARLIN-Energetic, cullturedg enjoys playing around with photog-
raphyg hopes to enter the hotel business
HARRIET KATZ-Kindly young lady: enjoys baseball and taking pictures
DOROTHY KOPA-Persevering and determined young wovman, with sewing
and music as preferred pastimes
HERSCHEL KLEIN--Analytical and personableg hopes to become a chemical
engineer after graduating from Carnegie Tech
MARLYN LENCHNER-Capable, alert, and friendly: very active in all
extracurricular workg enjoys music and collecting classical records
TAMARA MARTIN-Attractive "Sue"3 active in home economicsg likes to
discuss social problems
JACK MEYERS-Modest, sympathetic, co-operativeg can manage, thinks well:
will become an engineer
ETHEL RABINOVITZ-Lovely brunette, beautiful in voice and manner. in
addition to being very intelligent: enjoy-s singing particularly
MICHAEL RAPPORT-Adroit and suaveg likes football and huntingg enjoys
dancing and the 'movies
MAURICE REICHMAN-Candid and aggressive: has executive and speaking
ability: is ambitious to become a lawyer
SHIRLEY SCHIFFMAN-Busy and highly gifted in music: possesses an
artistic mind and creative musical genius
RICHARD SEILER-Industrious, ener-getic: interested primarily in sports
in which he hopes to earn a living
PAULINE SILVERBLATT-Cheerful and -helpful to 'those about herg inter-
ested in music, the piano especiallyg fond of swimming
LEE SILVERMAN-Penetrating wit: thinks carefully and expresses con-
clusionfsg interested in becoming an industrial psychologist
MARION SUPOWITZ-Sparkling personality: intelligence blended with sym-
pathy, interested in reading and playing the pianog enjoys a good tennis game
HOWARD TURK-Dapper and self-reliant: adapts himself readily to dif-
ferent groups of peopleg interested in art as a hobby
SONDRA WILDMAN-Vivacious and attractively pleasant: active in sportsg
clever at designing posters: is ambitious to become a model
NORMAN WOLFF-Confident and aggressive: possesses athletic skil-lg active
in school projectsg aims to become a successful business-man
ANNIE WOODS-Engaging, easy-going disposition: popular with every one:
gains the respect ot her associates: hopes to become a medical secretary
ANN ZIONTS-Brilliant mind, keen wi-t, penetrating humorg talented in artg
interested in doing research work
MORRIS ZYVANG-Colorful personality: answers to the name of "Moen:
likes to hear popular recordsg came here from Phoenix, Arizona
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Teacher .........., ...... M rs. Myra Simpson
President .....,..A.,,,,.., ......, M orton Granovitz
Vice President. .,.........,,.,..., ...... I .arry M. Lefkowitz
Secretary-Treasurer ,........,...,,.... .....4..... I .eona Podolsky I
Foreword Representative ................. .,.. . i,Hannah Rosen W
Student Council Representative .. .. ,..,.... Anne Castle
First Row-Patricia Dushaw, Marion Covel, Naomi Reichbaum, Nancy Recht, Elayne
Foreman, Larry Lefkowitz, Leona Podolsky, Anne Castle, Hannah Rosen
Second Row-Blanche Seery, Ruth Salvamoser, Grace Pasternak, Marjorie Marsden,
Auvra Kartub, Lois Mullen, Harriet Pincus, Phyllis Hoffman, Betty Ann Lepedo
Third Row-Mervin Kendall, Joseph Tippet, Spiro Kamberis, George Diamantopnlos,
Oneal Tigner, William Purcell, James Frank
ANNE CASTLE: Great Expectations
A wonderful girl, abounding in ambition:
Count on Anne Ito achieve recognition.
MARION COVEL: Our .Mutual Friend
"Make new friends," is Marionis creed,
Consult her when you're in need.
GEORGE DIAMANTOPULOS: Don Juan
Gallant George has a fine singing voice-
Destined to be the people's choice.
PATRICIA DUSHAVV: Rose of the World
Pretty Patty is a radiant rose
Doing good wherever she goes.
ELAINE FOREMAN: Song of the Lark
Every -one knows this :talented singerg
Fame it-he future is sure to bring her.
JIMMY FRANK: Greatest Thing in the VVorId
Jack-of-all-'trades is jovial jimg
Forvtune will soon be found by him.
MORTON GRANOVITZ: Six Feet Six
Masculine Mlorty--to kn-ow him is a treatg
Gay and good-looking-he really can't be beat.
PHY-LISS HOFFMAN: Reaching for the Stars
Pleasant, pretty, high above parg
Her sterling qualities will carry 'her far.
SPIRO KAMBERIS: Tarzan and the Amazons
Sharp dresser, smiling, gay and free
Keeps the girtls always in ecstasy.
AUVRA KARTUB: Master of the Strong Hearts
All the children in her class
Know this teacher will help them to pass.
MERVIN KENDALL: The Bread lVinner
Mastterly Merv is a p'harmaci'st to beg
Knows his drugs from A to Z.
LARRY LEFKOWITZ: The Politician
Likeable Larry, full of tricks.
Loves to argue politics.
BETTY ANN LEPEDO: The Constant Nymph
Bright-eyed Betty, so petite,
Always smiling, always neat.
Lovable and downright sweet.
ELSIE MAE MANIUS: Dancing Star
Eagerly swinging into -the latest dance
Merry El-sie never misses a chance:
Movies or stage someday she'll enhance.
MARJORIE MARSDEN: An Old-Fashioned Girl
Modest Margie, in her quiet way,
Makes life brighter for us each day.
NAOMI REICHBAUM: Valiant Lady
Neighiborly Naomi knows everybody's needs,
Reaches right into your heart rthrou-gh her valiant deeds.
HANNAH ROSEN: Golden Butterfly
Happy-hearted Honey, win-some, gay, and bold,
Reputation makes her wort-h her weight in gold.
RUTH ANN SALVAMOSER: A Lantern in Her Hand
Respectfully lending a 'helping -hand,
Alert and ready to understand-
She is one girl wtho is simply grand.
BLANCHE SEERY: The Millionaire Baby
Becomingly attired and quietly gayg
Sincere an-d faithful is Blanche each day.
ONEAL TIGNER: Boy with His Hair Cut Short
One chap who is 'liked by all of the rest-
Thart's Oneal, who rated high in a personality test.
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JOSEPH TIPPETT: The Beloved Vagabond
Jovial guy whois bo-t'h sharp and mellow
Tfhoroughly 'liked as a really good fellow.
DONALD VERNON: Man and Superman
Do you have a -task thaftls hard to do?
Valiant Don will do it for you.
FLORENCE MOSS: The Darling
Friendly, frolicking, always ready for fun,
Mischievous Flo's liked by every one.
LOIS MULLEN: Analysis of Beauty
Lovely Lois, culte as she can beg
Magnetic and dynamic personality.
GRACE PASTERNAK: A Good Wotnan
Gracious acts are done by Grace each clayg
Polite and plea-sant-this girl's O.K.
HARRIET PINCUS: An Ambitious Woman
Happy and gay is this am-bitious lassg
"Pinkie" by far is the smartest in our class.
LEONA PODOLSKY: Thnrnbelisa
Little Lee, though small in fheight,
Proceeds to prove that she's all right.
WILLIAM PURCELL: Man and Nature
When winter wind-s blow down on the farm,
Pluck and luck will keep Bill from harm.
NANCY RECHT: Portrait of a Lady
Never too assuming, never out of place.
Reliable Nancy for 'her classmates sets the pace.
When the last rose of summer had faded into homework and tests, the Seniors
took a sudden interest in their classmates, and before October was well under
way, a startling discovery was made. Half of the 1952 January Class had
migrated into the 1951 june Class.
At 'first these newcomers were treated as outsiders trying to violate the
squatter's rights of the older pioneers. Gradually, though, their well-rounded
personalities won them a place in the hearts of their new classmates.
Many of them even went on to gain distinction as outstanding members of
the class. Take for instance the tall, friendly lad whose engaging personality
inspired his many feminine admirers to form the Jack Ostrosky Fan Clu-b. These
girls were all seniors of the old school, too. In spite of the stiff competition
presented by their elders, Sarah Hail-perin and Alan Bress gained lasting fame
in "Out of the Frying Pan." Moreover, the newly-organized Kiwanis Key Club
had as its leading officers Sandy Pollock and David Schreiber. Student Council,
too, found three more outstanding "youngsters" in high positions. Dick Rosen-
zweig was president, Frances Kochin, co-chairman of the social committeeg and
Vivien Shapera, -head of the Ushering staff.
These and many others like them gained well-deserved recognition in the
short time they belonged to the June Class of 1951.
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Teacher ...... ......., M r. Edward Caye
Ilresident . ....,.,.,.. ......,.. E dgar Munhall
Yice President ..,,. ..... . Margaret Fitzurka
becretary ..,,rr......,.,..,..,.,.,... ..r,....,,. M ary Fechko
Treasurer ........., ..,................ .,........,... I l lona Balazs
Foreword Representative .r.,..,r.r.,. ...,... . Margaret Fitzurka
Student Council Representative ,,..,..,...,...,.... Dorrie Ewing l
First Row-Judith Mayor, Arlene I-Iornstein, Dorothy Ewing, Illona Balas, Margaret
Fitzurka, Mr. Caye, Edgar Munhall, Jo Ann Marcus, Harriet Klein, Mary Fechko
Second Row-Donahue Scott, LaVerne Betsill, Judith Beveridge, Virginia Bartolomeo,
Patricia Leighton, Iris Manning, Betty Lou Wisser, Mary Lou Calcaterra, Joyce
Strong, Herbert Rosenfeld, Larry Simon
Third Row-Bernard Mathos, Anthony Gualtieri, jack Cunningham, jack Hasley, Raymond
Gabler, jack Weiss, Earl Aussenberg, Morton Granovitz, Lawrence Weizenbaum,
That lady connnuter on track twenty-three
Is a secretary-efficient and neat as can he.
Traveling about to her heart's desire,
This dancer will set the world on -fire.
Riding the rails on his road to fame
Is a student-athlete from Notre Dame.
Here in the station is a singer of the bluesg
VVherever she goes, she makes headline news.
Coming by train so that many can meet her
Is a talented artist-there's nobody sweeter.
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An artist famed commercially.
-MARY Lou CALCATERRA
See that man waving to the throng-
He's a scientist known from New York to Hong Kong.
To one young gentleman each train is the same,
For whichever he takes 'twill bring fortune and fame.
Spotted on the platform at track forty-three
Is the cheerleader from a great university.
Traveling on the Pullman car
Is another famous dancing star.
This lady daily fights through the mob
To catch a train to her secretarial job.
That handsome face in the lounging car
Could belong only to a Hollywood star. '
A crowd of young ladies with tears in their eyes
To a handsome young gentleman are saying good-byes.
This football-basketball hero, so strong and tall,
Carries his luggage with no effort at all.
Quietly sitting with sketch-book and pen,
This cartoonist is drawing some ladies and men.
Taking pictures of all on the Grand Central scene
Is the TV photographer for Channel thirteen.
All the young men their eyes do strain
As a pretty girl waves from a passing train.
A -teacher 'has brought her class to see
Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.
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A hostess for the trains, a pretty young miss,
Sends the travelers off in a state of bliss.
A wonderful singer creates a sensation
As her lovely voice rings out through the station.
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XVhere her name in theatrical news is seen.
M-lo .ANNE MARcI's
A prosperous business man goes through the gate
To catch the train on track twenty-eight.
lnquiring about the arrival of trains
Is a petite combination of beauty and brains.
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Climbing aboard a train bound for points west
ls a fashion designer ranked the very best.
ln New York on business, a dry-cleaning tycoon
XVill branch out in Pittsburgh and Florida soon.
Snapping some pictures for the Associated Press
A photographer famed in America and Europe, no less.
Buying some tickets for those in his band
ls the famous director, well known in this land.
En route to a concert, a pianist is met.
To Horowitz she presents a serious threat.
Near the Twentieth Century Limited. a publisher stands,
A writer for The Press, he is read in many lands.
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An actor, world-famous, his trunks filled with robes,
A road company leads, to conquer new globes.
From Atlantic City, Miss America 681116.
Her purse filled with contracts for Hollywood fame.
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The Big Snow
November was a history-making month this year. The headlines were filled
with weather reports and bulletins from the Board of Education, while world
news was crowded into the backseat. This was the month of the Big Snow, and
the longest Thanksgiving vacation Allderdice ever had.
November 24, While Friday, saw half the nation blanketeci with snow.
During the days that followed, the clocks seemed to stop and Pittsburgh almost
became a ghost town overnight. People took to hiibernating and getting re-
acquainted with their families. Telephones substituted for dates and movies for
the first few days. '
Then slowly but surely the city began to regain consciousness. Faithful stu-
dents, ever close to their radios, were heart-broken when the news came over the
air waves that school would be closed until further notice. Accordingly they
undertook to drown their sorrow with snowball fights, sled-riding parties, neigh-
borhood gatherings, and invigorating hikes to the nearest movie.
Some day these same students will take 'their grandchildren on their knee
and say, "No, my dears, they don't have blizzards anymore like the Big Snow
back in November, 195O."
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"I Need You So" ...........,....,....... .,..........,........ T ests
"Curse of an Aching Heart" ....... ........ C lass Play
"Darktown Strutters Ball" ..... .,............... P rom
"I'll Get By" .....,,............,...,. .......... E nglish 8
"Heartaches" ...................,. ....... R eport cards
"Memories" ,..........,..........,.,... .. ........ School Days
"My Destiny" ...,...,...,........,...................... ......,........... G raduation
"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" .,...,...,.........,,.., ....... B oys' Washroom
"Smoke, Smoke, Smoke that Cigaret" ...... ,......,......,..........,....... W all
"Mary Lou" ,.................,....,...,.................., ....... M ary Lou Calcaterra
"Smiles" ...,............................................... .............. N orman Wolff
"Old Master Painter" ...... ...,.......... E dgar Munhall
"Personality" .,,.,.,....,.,.... ,.............. L eona Podolsky
"Music, Music, Music" .... ..,..........,....... G eorge Adams
"Laugh Clown Laugh" ..... .....,...... G eorge Diamantopulos
'Tm a Villain" ........... .. ..............,......,... Morty Granovitz
"Feud'n and Fight'n" ...,.,.,. ........, M r. Blitz and M. Reichman
"Sweet and Lovely" ............. .,......,.........,............ B etty Wisser
"The Girl That I Marry" ...... ....,,...,. L ois Mullen, Flo Moss
eff Mouse Tale
Hi, dolls! It is nearly six years since I came to Allderdice, and Iyll bet
you don't even know me! My name is Phillipa M-orris, and I am a mouse.
Yes, the common, everyday variety of mouse which makes people scream and
leap for the nearest chair. I hailed from Colfax before moving here, and at my
first Student Council dance, I met my steady, jaydee, who had been taking post-
graduate work at Wightman. I have been keeping house behind the third brick
from the end in The Wall and have been getting chu-bby on lunch left-overs and
discarded pledge boxes. I just shampooed my whiskers, and while waiting for
them to dry, I began to think over my life at T.A.
Seventh and eighth grades were a cinch for jaydee and me. We had heard
all the old routines about the fifth floor annex, etc., and soon became adept at
dealing with overbearing upperclassmen. Ninth grade, however, was a little
tougher. I was elected May Queen by my colleagues, the Smokestack Seven,
but due to an old "E" in citizenship, was ruled ineligible for the finals by the
Lady in Green. jaydee was so incensed at this snub that The crept into 214, hid
under a bulletin till 3:05, and chewed up the votes for my deadliest rival.
Easy, virtuous ones, all's fair in love, war, and Allderdice!
In 9A, jay really got into serious trou-ble. His allowance was shot, and as
my birthday was approaching, he was trying to bring in a little extra cash. So
he set up a small machine Qin front of the Hot Puppyj which printed early dis-
missal slips-en masse. I thought this a rather original idea, but the higher-ups
did not-when the authorities found out about it, poor Jay was bounced from
Scope Club and Green Key. I guess teachers just don't understand about the
laws of supply and demand.
In 10th grade, Jaydee was dropped from the football team-he was too light.
He was quite cut up about it, but I convinced him that the heavy grass on the
football field was bad for his allergies. The greatest, though, was when
Mr. Thomas caught old jay peeking through the hole in the boys' locker room
door, which leads to the swimming pool. jay was so interested in the fair maidens
in their jazzy Jantzens, that Mr. Thomas obligingly made him go swimming
with them. I guess not!
Now, don't think that I wasn't doing my bit for the school. I had become
a full-fledged member of the deadly Black Leotard mob, and had organized two
cafeteria clubs-the VV.E.H.J.B., or What Ever Happened to the Juke Box
Club, and the H.A.A.T.R., or How About Airwick in the Tray Room Club.
Oh, yes, I was active all right.
And then, with amazing swiftness, came The Year. We were seniors, at
last. Having my picture taken was so exciting. Unfortunately, though, I am
s-o unphotogenic that the photographer spent five minutes on me, instead of the
usual 30 seconds. My whiskers looked sort of odd when I compared my proofs
with those of t-he other kiddies, but Jaydee says they give me that certain "look
of distinction." I didn't get caught doing anything naughty until it was dis-
covered that I casually tossed my silverware into the trash can on my way out
of the cafeteria. I was very penitent about that. Who wouldn't be, after taking
shorthand dictation standing up for a week!
Aside from small incidents, life was wonderful. I gave up Rex Morgan and
Captain Video for the thrilling Rape of the Lock, and jaydee gave me a box of
assorted cheese for Valentine's Day. But then-dark clouds gathered. Horri-
fying whispers floated through the corridors. Yes, Gym Grades Were Counting!
We had no sooner recovered from that shock when t'he electrifying news came
that we were to be evaluated. And after that had blown over, we were told that
"S.T. was coming." S.T., to the illiterates, is Senior Themes. We had heard
that they were to become as extinct as the Dodo, but senior English teachers
believe firmly in tradition.
Well, as we go to press, Jaydee and I -must write one thousand times each,
that "we will take only one straw," so I must bid you a fond
Sponsor-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
First Semester: Anne Castle, Edgar Munhall
Second Semester: Toby Numerosky, Stephen Passamaneck
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Money is the root of all evil. and we seniors have great respect for it.
Money is a girl's best friend.
He asked me for n1y money
For a very worthy cause,
So I reached into my pocket
And then began to pause.
The assessment was outrageousg
I pondered -once or twice
About the Class Day picnic,
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So with some hesitation, and as acid as a pickle
I finally broke down and begrudgingly paid my nickel.
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Class Day Committee, Chairman, Student Council Representative,
Ushering Staff, Secretary for Periodicals, 262, Special Dance,
Foreword Staff, Future Teachers of America, M.M.M., Problems
Committee, Student Council
HILDA L. ABRAMOVITZ-Future Business Leaders of America,
Hall Staff, Future Nurses of America, Shorthand Certificate, Fu-
ture Nurses of America, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball '48, '49,
'50, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Mushball '49, '50, '51, Tennis '50, 'Sl
RICHARD N. ADELSHEIM-Journal Staff, Foreword Representa-
tive, 10A-IZA, Homeroom Treasurer, 10A-llA, Vice President, IZA,
Hall Patrol, French Club, Senior Discussion Club, Student Fed-
eralists, Chorus 2, Jewelry Projects, Prom Committee, Election
SELMA ADLER-Hall Patrol, College Club, Senior Discussion
Club, Future Teachers of America, Student Federalists, Harmony
Class, Jewelry Projects, Model, Education Night
ADRIENNE GAY ALDERMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9A, Hall
Staff, Future Teachers of America, Future Business Leaders of
America, Chorus 1, 3, Gregg Typing Award, Hockey '49, '50,
Baskgstball '49, '50, Volley Ball '49, '50, Athletic Award, Softball
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NANCY BARBARA AMDUR-Future Teachers of America, Col-
lege Club, Student Federalists, Senior Discussion Club, Spanish
Club, Future Nurses of America, Volley Ball '49
WILLIAM AMOS--Homeroom Class President, 9A-l2A, Intra-
mural Basketball, Favorite Sport-Football
JOHN ROBERT APPLEBY-Student Council Representative, l0B,
Hall Staff, Ushering Staff, Microscope Club, German Club, Stage
Crew, Football Club, Minstrel Show, Intramural Basketball, Foot-
ball '49, '50
RIPLEY KURTZ ARMSTRONG-Microscope Club, Student Coun-
cil, 9A, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention, School Science Fair,
Cheerleaders, 10B-IZA, Swimming '49, '50, '51, Intramural Basket-
ball, Stage Crew
IRVING EDWIN ASH-Wood Shop Projects, Special Shop, Col-
lege Preference-Pitt, Favorite School Subject-History
FELICE AZEN-Prom Committee, Dramatic English Class, Class
Play Cast, Journal Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Homeroom Secretary, 9B,
Foreword Staff, Hall Staff, Future Teachers of America, Latin Club,
Secretary, French Club, Secretary, Senior Discussion Club, Special
Dance, Gregg Typing Award, KDKA School of the Air, Dance
Programs, Greenfield Teaching Project
JAY GEORGE BAGUET-Student Council, 9B, 9A, Corridor Staff,
D.A.R. Award '47, Intramural Basketball
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Mushball '50: Vocational Preference-Stenographer
PHILLIP BALK-College Club: Senior Discussion Club: Home-
room President, 10B-l2A: Student Council Representative: Intra-
mural Basketball: American Chemical Society Test: Qualitative
Analysis Class: Homeroom Basketball Team Captain
JOHN BARCLAY-Journal Staff, Assistant Business Manager:
Class Play Cast: Homeroom President, 7B-10B: Student Council
Representative, llB-IZA: Co-Chairman Problems Committee: Cafe-
teria Staff: Library Club: D.A.R. History Award: Third Prize,
American Chemical Society Contest: American Legion Essay Con-
test: KDKA School of the Air: WWSW Junior Town Meeting:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Basketroom Attendant, 7B-IZA: Carne-
gie Tech Scholarship: Civic Club Test
RHODA JUNE BARNETT-Dramatic English Class: Homeroom
Vice President, llA-l2A: Foreword Representative, 12B-l2A: Stu-
dent Council, Member-at-Large: Future Teachers of America:
M.M.M.: Senior Discussion Club: Spanish Club: Chorus 1, 3, 4:
Class Day Committee
SANTA JEAN BELLINI-Hall Staff: M.M.M.: Future Business
Leaders of America, Program Committee: Favorite School Subject
RHODA L. BENJAMIN-Travel Club: Future Teachers of Ameri- l
ca: Senior Discussion: Gregg Shorthand Award: Vocational Pref-
ZELDA BERGAD-Entered from Schenley in l2A: Favorite School
Subject-Typing: Favorite Pastime-Music
PATTI JANE BERGANT-Junior Dramatic Club: Senior Y-Teens:
Future Business Leaders of America: Senior Leaders: College Club:
H0rne's Sewing Council: Gregg Award: Hockey: Basketball: Volley
EVA ROSE BERGER-Homeroom Secretary, SB: Student Coun-
cil: Foreword Representative: Hall Staff: Tutoring Service: Future
Teachers ot' America: Senior Discussion Club: German Club:
Future Business Leaders of America: Future Nurses of America:
Fashion Show: Hockey '48, '49: Tennis '49: Volley Ball '48, '49, '50
RICHARD BILBY-Entered from Gladstone, IZB: Attended Con-
nelly Trade School
RITA SYLVIA BINENKORB-Choir: Future Teachers of America:
Chorus 4, 3, 1: Volley Ball: Tennis: Hockey: Senior Life Saving
RAYMOND THOMAS BLACKHAM-Homeroom President, IZA:
American Legion Award: Prom Committee: Swimming Team.
Diver: College Preference-Pitt
SALLY L. BLATNICA-Future Nurses of America, Service Club,
Foods Projects, Home Nursing, Volley Ball '51, Life Saving '50
BERNARD L. BLOCH-Travel Club, Latin Club, Vocational
Preference - Chemical Engineering, Favorite School Subject -
PETER HAROLD BLOCK-Class Play Cast, Dramatic English
Class, Student Council, Senior Discussion Club, French Club,
Band 5, Marching Band, Tennis Team, Track, Football, Manager
FELIX BOAKE, JR.-Football Club, Special Shop Projects, Min-
strel Show, Football '48, '49, '50, Track '48, '49, '50, '51
JOHN LEE BODENHEIMER-Special Shop Projects, Entered
from Gladstone, llB, College Preference-Bucknell, Favorite Sport
MARY HILDRETH BONN-Journal Staff, Homeroom Secretary,
llB-l2A, Foreword Staff, Hall Staff, 262 Periodical Staff, Micro-
scope Club, College Club, Junior Dramatic Club, French Club,
Chorus 1, Demonstrated Jewelry Making at Scholastic Art Ex-
hibit, Junior Leaders, Athletic Letter, Senior Leaders, Treasurer,
Manager, Junior Volley Ball Tournament, Co-Manager, Hockey
Tournament '50, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Basketball '49, '50, Soft-
ball '49, '50, '51, Senior Lifesaving
BERNARD BORENSTEIN-Hall Staff, Travel Club, President,
Golf Club, Student Federalist, Marching Band, Golf Team, '50, '51,
Penn State Tournament, Band Concerts
JAMES H. BOWEN-Chorus 2, 3, 4, 5, Male Chorus, Junior Glee
Club, Hall Staff, Captain of Winning Team in Intramural Basket-
ball Tournament, College Preference - Robert Morris Business
ALAN NORMAN BRESS-Prom Committee, Class Play Cast,
Homeroom President, 7B-llB, Homeroom Treasurer, 12B-IZA,
Band 5, Chorus 5, Minstrel Show, Football '48, '49, '50, Civic Club
NORMAN BRESS-Journal Staff, Hall Staff, Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9th Grade, Football '48, '49, Homeroom Basketball '48, '49,
HARVEY JEROME BREVERMAN - Dramatic English Class,
Class Play Scenery and Program Committee, College Club, Ger-
man Club, Senior Discussion Club, Journal Art Staff, Honorable
Mention, Scholastic Art Show, Gold Keys, Scholastic Art Show,
Civic Club Test
ERMAND ANTHONY BUCCINA--Stage Crew, Special Shop
Projects, Favorite School Subject-Science
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THOMAS M. CALOYER-Class Day Committee, Corridor Staffg
Homeroom Treasurerg Special Shop Projects, College Preference-
LEO R. CAMPBELL-Advanced Shop, Jewelry Projects, Hobby-
Working with Plastics
CORINNE F. CANTER-Homeroom Vice President, 11th Grade,
Service Club, Future Teachers of America, Senior Discussion Club,
Spanish Clubg Student Federalistsg Tutoring Staff, American Le-
gion Awardg Basketball, Volley Ballg Hockey
MILTON EUGENE CARB-Intramural Basketball Championship
Team '51, Spanish Club, Advanced Printing Projects
MAMIE CI-IAENKWOK-Majorettesg Future Teachers of Americag
Chess Club, M.M.M.g Tutoring Staff, Teaching Project, Fashion
Show, Hockey, Volley Ball, Basketball, Future Vocation-Teach-
ing in China
SONDRA LEE CHESTER-Journal Art Staff, Cafeteria Staff,
Future Teachers of America, Student Federalistsg Latin Club,
Junior Glee Club, Entrant in Scholastic Contest, Mushball '48, '49,
Volley Ball '47, '48, '49, Hockey '50
NANCY AUDREY CHILLCOTT-Class Day Committeeg Student
Council Representative, Orchestra 53 Service Clubg Basketball,
Hockey, Vocational Preference--Teaching
JOHN I. CHIODA-Special Shop Projects, Shop Foreman, Stage
Crew, Vocational Preference-Mechanic
MIKE CHIRIGOS-Homeroom Vice President, Football '48, '49,
Minstrel Show, Favorite School Subject-Spanish
EMORY STEPHEN CHONKA-Homeroom President, IIB-IZA:
Special Shop Foreman, Entered from Gladstone, l1Bg Student
Court, Gladstone, Traffic Awardg Service Award, 10Ag American
RHEA M. CIMINO-Homeroom Secretary, 9th and l0th Grades,
Advanced Foods Projects, Serving Committee, Gregg Shorthand
Award, Hockey '48, '49, '50, Volley Ball '48, '49, '50
CAROL RHUTH CLOSKY-Library Club, Chorus lg Jewelry Pro-
jects, Vocational Preference-Teaching
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CHARLOTTE DIANE COHEN-Journal Staff, Foreword Repre-
sentative, Hall Staff, Future Teachers of America, Student Federal-
ists, Senior Discussion Club, French Club, Special Dance, Special
Dance Programs, Scholastic Essay Contest Award, Chorus 1, 3
LEAH COHEN-Homeroom Treasurer, llA-IZA, Hall Staff, Fu-
ture Teachers of America, Senior Leaders, Athletic Award, Bas-
ketball '48, '49, '50, Softball '48, '49, '50, Hockey '48, '49, '50,
Manager Volley Ball Tournament '49, Volley Ball 48, '49, '50
PHYLLIS ANNE COHEN-Future Teachers of America, Hall
Staff, Class Day Committee, Student Council Representative and
Member-at-Large, French Club, Radio Broadcasting, Greenhouse
Club, Advanced Foods Projects, KDKA School of the Air Broad-
SHIRLEY MARILYN COHEN-Foreword Representative, Hall
Staff, Future Business Leaders of America, Chorus 1, 3, Chorus
Programs, Gregg Typing Award, Volley Ball '48
NEIMAN COHN-Homeroom Vice President, '48, '49, Secretary
'46, '47, Hall Staff, Intramural Basketball
JAMES JOSEPH CONNORS-Football Club, Projection Club,
Hall Staff, Homeroom Vice President, Minstrel Show, Award from
Pittsburgh Latin Honor Society, Football '49. '50, Team Captain
'50, Civic Club Test
SELMA COOPERACafeteria Staff, Ushering Staff, Foreword
Staff, 214 Staff, Future Teachers of America, Student Federalists,
Senior Discussion Club, Student Council, Social Committee, Chorus
l, Class Day Committee, Jewelry Projects, Homeroom Secretary,
Volley Ball, Baseball, Hockey '48, '49, '50
URSULA CORSALE-M.M.M., Fashion Show, Volley Ball, Vo-
cational Preference-Secretarial Work
LOUISE C. COSENTINO-Journal Art Staff, Homeroom Senior
Calendar Committee, Hall Staff, junior Leaders, Advanced Art
Projects, Gregg Typing Certificate, Athletic Letter, Hockey '49
'50, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Softball '49, '50, Basketball '48
ROBERT CALVIN CROSS-Homeroom Treasurer, Jewelry Pro-
jects, Entered from Gladstone, llB, Football Team, College Pref-
erence-West Virginia Wesleyan
LARRY CUBAN-Journal Staff, Dramatic English Class, Class
Play Cast, Hall Staff, Tutoring Service, Senior Discussion Club,
College Club, Latin Club, Art Projects, Green Key
BARBARA JEAN CUSHING-Class Day Committee, Service
Club, Modern Dance, Modern Dance Programs, Talent Show,
Gladstone Student Court, Gerwig Service Award, 10A
HELEN ANN CUTONE-Future Business Leaders of America,
Library Club, Senior Y-Teens, Orchestra 4, Senior Leaders, Senior
Lifesaving, Favorite School Subject-History
SONYA SIMA DAKTOR-German Club, Hall Staff, Service Club,
Orchestra 4, 3, 2, 1, Hockey '48, Gregg Shorthand Award
JEAN CHERILYN DANOVITZ-Prom Committee, Journal Staff,
262 Periodicals Staff, Student Council Representative, IOB, Fore-
word Representative, l0A, Homeroom Secretary, 8B, SA, Spanish
Club, Future Teachers of America, Committee for Education Night,
American Legion History Award, Orchestra 4, 3, 2, 1, Advanced
Foods Projects, Co-Manager Hockey Tournament '50, Hockey '49,
'50, Basketball '49, '50, '51, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Softball '49, '50,
'51, Athletic Letter, Teaching Project at Greenfield, Civic Club
HELEN LOUISE DAVIS-Library Club, Jewelry Projects, Hockey
'50, '51, Basketball '50, '51, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Softball '49, '50,
'51, Tennis '50, Sports Award
IRIS DAVIS--Prom Committee, Homeroom Secretary, 9A, 9B,
Vice President, IOB, President, 10A, Foreword Representative, 9th
and llth Grades, Senior Leaders, Sewing Projects, Volley Ball,
Basketball, Mushball, Championship Volley Ball
SEEMA DEAKTER-Prom Committee, Hall Staff, Student Coun-
cil Member-at-Large, Homeroom Vice President, Secretary, Cafe-
teria Staff, Future Teachers of America, Senior Discussion Club,
I - Q ' . 4. '
Cheerleaders, Modern Dance, Special Dance, Chorus 1, 3, , oir
Programs, Volley Ball, Basketball,
RICHARD F. DeBROFF-Dramatic English Class, Senior Discus-
sion Club, College Club, Wood Shop Projects, Mushball, Swimming
ROBERT M. DeBROFF--Homeroom Calendar Committee, Col-
lege Club, Spanish Club, Kaufmann's Certificate of Merit, Voca-
ALBERTA DeLANDRO-Hall Staff, Gregg Shorthand Award:
Softball '49, Volley Ball '50, Vocational Preference-Secretarial
CHARLES WILBUR DILLER-Class Day Committee, Chairman,
Chorus 2, 3, 4. 5, Male Chorus, Choir, Choir Programs, Intra-
ROSEMARIE DiNELLA-Distributive Education Class, Home-
room Secretary. 9A, Hall Staff, Hockey, Volley Ball, Basketball,
Vocational Preference--Secretarial Work
EDWARD BRIAN DORRIAN-Intramural Sports, Entered from
Central Catholic High School, IZB, Vocational Preference-Physical
LEO DYM--Shortwave Club, Special Shop Projects, Favorite Sport
CAROLINE KATHERINE EMERY - Dramatic English Class,
Hall Staff, Student Council Representative, Future Teachers of
America, Future Nurses of America
JOSEPH EPSTEIN-German Club, Student Council Representa-
tive, Foreword Representative, Homeroom Basketball Team, Col-
lege Preference-University of Pittsburgh
ALVIN JAY ERD-Participant in Parent-Teacher Association Pro-
gram, Favorite Sport-Golf, Vocational Preference-Pharmacist
BARBARA LOUISE ESKOFIER-Foreword Representative, Hall
Staff, Modern Dance, Talent Show, Minstrel Show, Future Teach-
ers of America, Spanish Club, Future Business Leaders of Ameri-
ca, Treasurer, Fashion Show, Winning Hockey Team '48, Civic
CAROLINE REA FAULDS - Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade,
Vice President, 10th Grade, Foods and Sewing Projects, Basket-
ball '49, Volley Ball '50, '51
RUTH FELDSTEIN-Senior Discussion Club, Future Teachers of
America, Homeroom Secretary, l0B, Vocational Preference-Bush
NANCY JANE FERRUCCI-Prom Committee, Homeroom Secre-
tary, Dramatic English Class, Special Dance, Modern Dance,
Qualitative Analysis Class, Senior Leaders, Future Nurses of
America, Foods Projects, Dance Programs, Hockey '49, '50, '51,
Basketball '49, '50, '51, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Mushball '49, '50, '51
JOSEPH M. FINEBERG - Prom Committee, Dramatic English
Class, Student Federalists, United Nations Club, Senior Discus-
sion Club, Homeroom President, 9th Grade, Minstrel Show, Gregg
Typing Award, Hall Staff, Football '49
JULIUS JOSEPH FINEGOLD-Journal Staff, Journal Art Staff,
Foreword Staff, Senior Discussion Club, Scholastic Gold Key
Winner, Chairman, Hundred Friends of Art Show, Art Projects,
Journalism Certificate, Demonstration at Arts and Crafts Center,
Civic Club Test
THEODORE DAVID FISCHER-Secretary of Senior Class, Prom
Committee, Class Day Committee, Homeroom President, 7B-12A,
Student Council Representative Minstrel Shows, Class Play Usher,
Green Key, Senior Discussion Club, Microscope Club, Latin Club,
President, Football Club, Choir, Male Chorus, Band 3, 4, 5, All
City Band, Junior Varsity Basketball '47, Track '50, Football '49,
'50, Co-Captain '50, Intramural Basketball, Civic Club Test
ROBERT M. FLEMING, JR.-Camera Club, Shortwave Club,
Vocational Preference-Electrical Engineering
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ROSE FOLEY-Volley Ball '49g Mushball '50, Entered from Glad-
stone, llBg Vocational Preference-Secretarial Work
DOMINIC A. FONZI-Hall Staff: Entered from Gladstone, 1lB,
Favorite School Subject - Algebra:
BARBARA ANN FORREST-Prom Committeeg Homeroom Presi-
dent, l2B, 12Ag junior Leaclersg Microscope Clubg College Clubg
Future Teachers of America, Vocational Preference-Elementary
IRWIN FOSTER-Future Teachers of Americag Microscope Club,
German Club: Senior Discussion Clubg Band 53 Marching Band,
Band Concerts, Intramural Basketball
LOIS FOX-Garden Club, Chorus l, 3, 43 All City Choir, Special
Foster Program: Choir Librariang KDKA Musical School of the
Air Programg Thanksgiving Program: Memorial Day Programg
Mushball '49g Hockey '49, Volley Ball '49, Basketball '49
HOWARD FREEDMAN-Hall Staff, Qualitative Analysis Class:
Microscope Clubg Radio Science Quiz: Buhl Planetarium Science
Fairg Civic Club Test: German Club
Favorite Sports - Football,
HARVEY MONROE FREEMAN-American Legion Awardg Track
Team: Homeroom Basketball Team Captain, Favorite School Sub-
ANN GERDA FRIEDMAN - Foreword Representative, Future
Teachers of Americag Spanish Clubg Vocational Preference--
GARY MARVIN FRIEDMAN - Microscope Club, Hall Staff:
Homeroom Social Chairman, Electric Shop Projectsg jewelry Pro-
JON LEWIS FRIEDMAN-College Clubg Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra-
mural Basketball Teamg College Preference-Penn State
ALBERT D. FUREDY-Garden Clubg Favorite Pastime-Reading
Mechanical Books, College Preference-Carnegie Tech
MARIANNE FUREDY-Hall Staffg Service Clubg Future Nurses
of Americag Chorus 1, 3, 45 Athletic Point Award, Mushball '48,
'49g Tennis '49g Volley Ball '48, '49, Basketball '48, '49
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GILDA M. FUSS-Senior Discussion Club, Future Teachers of
America, Junior Leaders, Latin Club, Foreword Staff, Journal
Staff, Class Day Committee, Placement in Scholastic Art Contest,
Second Prize in B'nai B'rith Poster Contest, Vollcy Ball '49, '50,
'51, Basketball '48, '49, '50, '51, Mushball '49, '50, Civic Club Test
WAYNE MONROE GALBRAITH - German Club, Microscope
Club, Homeroom Foreword Representative, Chorus S, Male Chorus,
Accompanist for Choir, Soloist, Civic Club Test
THOMAS FRANCIS GALLAGHER-Print Shop Projects, Silk
Screen job, Hobby-Music
JOHN WILLIAM GANDY-Vocational Preference--Art, Favorite
Sport-Football, Favorite Pastime-Television
GEORGE GEMINDER-Hall Staff, Microscope Club, German
Club, Vocational Preference-Accounting
ARNOLD GERSON-Special Shop Projects, Hobby-Photography,
Favorite Sport-Baseball, Stunt Club
PAUL H. GLUCKSON-Distributive Education Class, Special Shop
Projects, Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade, Intramural Basketball,
BETTY JUNE GOLDiProm Committee, Homeroom Secretary,
llB, Hall Staff, Usher for Commencement, Future Teachers of
America, Senior Discussion Club, Future Nurses of America
BETTY JOAN GOLDBERG-Hall Staff, Bulletin Carrier, Senior
Discussion Club, Travel Club, Intermediate Discussion Club,
Chorus 1, 3, Advanced Foods, Serving Committee, Volley Ball,
LEONA GOLDBERG-Co-Chairman Prom Committee, Homeroom
Vice President, llB, Secretary, 9B, 9A, Hall Staff, Future Teach-
ers of America, Student Federalists, Senior Discussion Club,
Jewelry Projects, Student Council Representative, Member-at-Large,
Social Committee, Chairman, Care Affair Committee, Ushering
MYRON MARC GOLDBERG -- Dramatic English Class, Class
Play Skit, Homeroom President, 9B, Foreword Representative,
l0B, Hall Staff, Stage Crew, Senior Discussion Club, Band 4,
Advanced Shop, Jewelry Projects, Publicity for the Class Play
PATRICIA H. GOLDBERG - Journal Staff, Dramatic English
Class, Homeroom Secretary, 11B, Cafeteria Staff, Hall Patrol,
Tutoring Service, Senior Discussion Club, Future Teachers of
America, Microscope Club, French Club, Typing Certificate, Talent
Show, Class Play Skit, KDKA School of the Air Broadcast
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MORTON GOLDBLATTfBand Concert: lntramural Sports: Fa-
vorite Subject-Bookkeeping: Vocational Preference-Merchandise
SHEILA JOY GOLDMAN-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Sec-
retary, llB, lZA: Vice President, IOB, l0A: Hall Staff: Fixture
Teachers of America: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Stu-
dent Federalists: Harmonv Class: jewelry Projects: Greenfield
Teaching Project: Volley Ball '49
RONALD K. GOLDSMITH-Senior Discussion Club: Chess Club:
College Club: Band: Football Team Manager: Penn Tennis Tour-
nament: lntramural Basketball: Hall Staff: Basketball Night
NANCY SARAH GOLDSTEIN-Student Federalists: College Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Tutoring Service: Orchestra Z, 3, 4:
JOAN N. GOLOMB---Cheerleaders: Future Teachers of America:
French Club: Student Federalists: Prom Committee: Journal Staff:
Dramatic linglish Class, Publicitv Committee: Scholastic Art
Award: Gregg Tvping Award: Modern Dance: Gregg Shorthand
Award: Hall Staff
RACILLE GOODMAN-Future Teachers of America: Hall Staff:
Foreword Representative: Volley Ball '48, '49, '50: Basketball '49,
'50: llockey '48, '49
RITA LOIS GORDON-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, 9th Grade: Student Council Representative: 214 Staff: Tutor-
ing Service: Ushering Staff: Problems Committee Chairman: Social
Committee: Student Council Secretary: Senior Discussion Club:
Student Federalists: Future Teachers of America, Vice President:
Chorus l, 3: Special Dance: Typing Award: Dance Programs
KDKA School of the Air Broadcast: Volley Ball: Basketball
BEVERLY GOSS--Student Council Member-at-Large: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: 214 Staff: Microscope Club: Talent Show, Director
and Participant: Director of Stephen C. Foster Show: Class Day
Committee: Care Affair Committee
FLORENCE ELLEN GREENBERG Y Journal Staff: Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: Homeroom Secretary, IIB, llA:
Foreword Representative: M.M.M.: Hall Staff: Future Teachers of
America, Social Chairman: College Club: Modern Dance Pianist:
Latin Club: Orchestra Z, 3, 4. 5: All City Orchestra: String En-
semble: McKe1vey Teaching Project
MARY B. GREGOVITS - Homeroom Secretary: Service Club:
Sewing Projects: Fashion Show: Hobby+Collecting Stamps
MARGARET GRIFFITH - M.M.M.: ,lcwelry Projects: ElltCF6tl
from Gladstone, llB: Gladstone Junior High Clothing Award, l0A'
Homeroom President, 9A
RICHARD N. GROSS-Homeroom Treasurer, IZB: Football Club:
Intramural Basketball: Football '50: Vocational Preference-Phan
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LAWRENCE MORTON GROTSTEIN-Hall Staff: Band 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, Jewelry Projects, Most Valuable Basketball Player Award,
Intramural Basketball Championship Team, Track '48, '49, Football
'49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, '51, Captain of Basketball Team
FLORENCE GULYASY-Dramatic English Class, Class Day Com-
mittee, Homeroom President, 9th-10th Grades, Foreword Repre-
sentative, Chorus 5, Hall Staff, Chorale, Junior Leaders, Chorus
1, 3, 4, 5, D.A.R. Award, American Legion Award, Group A Pro-
grams, Volley Ball, Third Prize Winner for Safety Essay
SANFORD HAFFNER-Chorus Z, 3, 4, 5, Hall Staff, Spanish
Club, Homeroom Treasurer, 7B, 7A, Male Chorus, Intramural
Basketball Championship Team '47, '51, Junior Varsity '48, '49
SARAH REGINA I-IAILPERIN-Dramatic English Class, Class
Play Cast, Modern Dance, Spanish Club, Future Teachers of
America, Choir, Chorale, Chorus 1, 4, 5, Hall Staff, Class Day
Committee, Honor Student, Civic Club Test
GEORGE ALVIN HARDT-Entered from Ramsey High School,
IIA, Hall Staff, Hobby-Sculpturing, Favorite School Subject-
Typmg, Vocational Preference-Mining Engineering
GEORGIA MARY HARRIS-Future Business Leaders of America'
Chorus 1, 3, Typing Award, Works at Arts and Craft Center
MYRON HARRIS-Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chorus Pro-
grams, Intramural Basketball Championship Team, College Prefer-
ence-University of Pittsburgh
VIRGINIA HARRIS-Homeroom Treasurer, l1B, Hall Staff, Fu-
ture Teachers of America, Chorus 1, 3, 4, 5, Chorale, Chorus Pro-
grams, Choir Festival, Spring Music Festival, Hockey '49, '50
CAROLE LOUISE HELIOFF-Future Teachers of America, Cor-
responding Secretary, Hall Staff, Cafeteria Staff, Chairman, Stu-
dent Council Social Committee, 214 Staff, Dramatic English Class:
Chorus 1, 3, 4, 5, Chorale, Special Ensemble, Soloist, Civic Club
Test, American Legion Award
THOMAS DRAKE HENDRICKS-Microscope Club, Stage Crew,
Record Award in Physics, Golf Team '50, '51, Intramural Basket-
ball, Special Advanced Shop Projects
ALLAN J. HERSH-Guidance Committee, Homeroom, Hall Staff,
College Club, Spanish Club, Senior Discussion Club, Badminton
Club, Chess Club, Special Shop Projects, Football Manager '50,
MARLENE S. HERSI-IMAN-Future Teachers of America, Senior
Discussion Club, Student Federalists, Future Nurses of America,
Dramatic English Class, Student Council, Volley Ball '47, '48
JANET LEE HOPKINS - Foreword Representative: Fashion
Show: Sewing Projects: Homeroom Secretary, 9B-l0A: Vocational
DALE HORELICK-Journal Staff: Band 5: All-City Band: Band
Programs: Vocational Preference-Engineering: Honor Student:
Civic Club Test
ZOLA PHILLIP HOROVITZ-Student Council: Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5:
Marching Band: Christmas Program at Buhl Planetarium: Honor
RICHARD JAMES HULME--Jewelry Projects: Shop Foreman:
Hobby-Stamp Collecting: Favorite Sport-Swimming
SALLY ANN ISKOVIITZ-Future Business Leaders of America:
Secretary, llA, IZB: Future Nurses of America: Service Club: Hall
Staff: Competent Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award
TAMARA ANN JANVEY-Future Teachers of America: Senior
Discussion Club: Dramatic English Class: Homeroom T-reasurer,
9B, 9A: Student Council Representative, 9th-12th Grades: Volley
Ball '47, '48
MAXINE MERCEDES JONES Journal Staff. Prom Committee,
Dramatic English Class: Student Council, 10th-12th Grades: Home-
room President, 9B, 9A: Microscope Club: Spanish Club: D.A.R.
History Award: American Legion Citizenship Award: Special
Dance: Volley Ball '47, '5l: Basketball '48, '50: Gregg Shorthand
AUDREY FAYE JUDD-Future Business Leaders of America:
Service Club: 214 Staff: Student Council: Ushering Staff: Hall
Staff: Foreword Representative: Homeroom Secretary, 8th Grade:
Gregg Shorthand Speed Award: Tennis Tournament: Volley Ball
'49, '50: Basketball '49, '50, 'Sl
EDITH KANN-Student Council Representative: Student Council
Member-at-Large: Tutoring Service: Problems Committee: Care
Affair Committee: Garden Club: College Club: Spanish Club:
Future Teachers of America: Senior Discussion Club: Student
Federalists: Hockey '48: Basketball '47: Volley Ball '47: In France
-Award for Best English Student
ALLAN NATHAN KATZ-Homeroom Treasurer, 9B: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Green Key: Band 1, 2: Track '49, '50, '51
MONA SHIRLEY KATZ-Foreword Representative, IIA, IZB, IZA:
Hall Staff: Library Staff: Future Teachers of America: Senior
Leaders, President: Athletic Letter: Hockey '50, '5l: Basketball '49,
'50, '51: Basketball Manager '51: Volley Ball '49, '50, '5l: Mushball
'49, '50, '5I: Tennis '50, '51
JANET SUE KIMBALL-Dramatic English Class: Class Day Com-
mittee: Homeroom President, 10A, IIB: Hall Staff: Future Teach-
ers of America: Spanish Club: Modern Dance: American Legion
Award: Civic Club Test
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FRANCES KOCHIN-Prom Committee: Journal Staff: Dramatic
English Class: Homeroom Secretary, 8B, 9A: Foreword Represen-
tative: Student Council, 7A-IZA: Tutoring Staff: Usihering Staff:
Chairman Problems, Social, Handbook. Nominating Committees-
Student Council: Future Teachers of America: Senior Discussion
Club: History Award, Sons of American Revolution: Pittsburgh
Chamber of Commerce Award: Special Dance: Dance Programs:
Reader, Memorial Day Program: Announcer for Orchestra Program:
Civic Club Test
AUDREY H. KOSS-Prom Committee: Foreword Representative:
Future Nurses of America: Future Business Leaders of America:
Chorus 1, 3, 4: Jewelry Projects
WANDA KWAPINSKI--Journal Staff: Service Club: Vocational
JAMES LANGER-journal Staff, Business Manager: Homeroom
President, 10B-l2A: Foreword Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Library Club:
French Club: Scholastic Art Exhibits: Scenery for Talent Show:
Qualitative Analysis Class: American Legion Award: Scholastic
Key Awards: Civic Club Test
ANN MARIE LAVRA-Art Projects: Entrant in Safety Poster
Contests: Fashion Show: Clothing Projects: Committee for Raising
Funds for Orphans
JOSEPH H. LEBOVITZ-Band 5: Band Programs: Entered from
Redstone High School, IZB: Vocational Preference-Dentistry
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EMERY JAMES KIRICH-Football 'S0: jewelry Projects: Hobby
JOSEPH KLEIMAN-College Club: Latin Club: American Chem-
ical Society Test: College Preference-Carnegie Tech: Vocational
Preference-Chemist: Civic Club Test
HARRIET SUSAN KLINE-Library Staff: Chorus 1, 3, 4: Official
Bible Reader in Homeroom: Advanced Cooking: Favorite School
FRANCIS EDWARD KNABLE-Hall Staff: Band 5: Marching
Band: City Championship Swimming Team
DOROTHY LaVERNE KOCHENDORFER-Distributive Educa-
tion Class: Student Council: Y-Teens: Cooking Projects: Hockey:
EDWARD R. KRANICK-Hall Staff: Art Posters: Print Shop Pro-
jects: Buhl Planetarium Science Fair: Track '50
RUTH LEDERSTEIN - Future Business Leaders of America:
French Club: Volley Ball: Hockey: Mushball
MONA LEFF-Class Day Committee: Foreword Representative:
Hall Staff: Future Teachers of America: College Club: Special
Dance: Commercial Award
MARVIN HOWARD LEVICK-Dramatic English Class: March-
ing Band: Qualitative Analysis Class: Band 5: Band Concerts:
ESTHER MARCIA LEVIN-Future Nurses of America: Future
Business Leaders of America: VVoodwind Quintet: Food Projects:
Orchestra 5: All-City Orchestra: Radio Programs: Volley Ball:
Mushball: Hockey: Basketball
ROBERT L. LEVIN-Class Day Committee: Dramatic English
Class: Microscope Club, President: Senior Discussion Club: Future
Teachers of America: Football '48: Essay Award
PAULA ADELE LEVINE-Student Council Member-at-Large:
214 Staff: Brotherhood VVeek Committee: Library Club: Future
Teachers of America: Student Federalists: Senior Discussion Club:
Travel Club: College Club: Volley Ball '48, '49, '50: Basketball '48,
'49, '50: Hockey '48, '49, '50: Tennis '48, '49, '50: Mushball '48, '49,
'50: Athletic Award: Student Council Delegate to Intercultural
Youth Council: Care Affair Committee
cratic Citizenship Program
Greenfield Teaching Project
WARREN LEVINE-Dramatic Fnglish Class Class Play Cast
Green Key: United Nations Club latin Club Garden Club Home
room Vice President, IZB, IZA Band 1 2 3 4 5 Junior Varsity
PAUL C. LEVISON-Prom Committee Chairman Homeroom Vice
President, IZB, IZA: United Nations Club Corresponding Secretary
Senior Discussion Club, Assistant Moderator College Club Intra
mural Sports: KDKA School of the Air Broadcasts WCAE Demo
PHYLLIS B. LEVY-Homeroom Secretary 8B Future Teachers
of America: Future Nurses of America Future Business Leaders
of America: Fashion Show: Sewing Projects Volley Ball
LOVEMOND DELANO LEWIS Prom Committee Entered from
Gladstone, IIB: Hobby-Collecting Records
HARLENE FAITH LIGHTER Future Teachers of America 214
Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Tutoring Service Student Council Member
at-Large: Ushering Staff: Journal Staff Chorus 1 3 4 5 Athletic
Letter Award: Volley Ball 47 Basketball 47 Senior Leaders
Hockey '49: Mushball '49: Senior Lifesaving Civic Club Test
LOUISE J. LICHTER-journal Staff Dramatic English Class
Student Council Representative 912th Grades Social Committee
Hall Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Ushering Staff Future Teachers of
America, Vice President: Senior Discussion Club College Club
Junior Leaders: Care Affair Committee Delegate at Student Coun
cil Conventions '49, '50: Civic Club Test Class Day Committee
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MARVIN SIDNEY LIEBER-Dramatic Englisih Class: Homeroom
Secretary: Hobby-Photography: Vocational Preference-Law
MICHAEL LISAK -- Special Shop Proiects: Track Team, Low
Hurdles: Hobby-Experimenting with Radio
FERN LITTLE-Choir: Chorale: Robe Committee: Chorus Pro-
grams: Gregg Typing Awards: Typing Certificate
WALTER NEILSON LOWMAN-Hall Staff: Microscope Club:
Junior Glee Club: Chorus 2: Print Shop Projects
MARCINE LUSTIG-Orchestra 55 Trio: String Quartet: Chorus 4:
All-City Orchestra: KDKA Broadcasts: Kiwanis Club Soloist:
Talent Shows: Committee for Evaluation Dinner and Teas
GRACE LYNCH-Distributive Education Class: Homeroom Social
Representative, IOA: Secretary-Treasurer, llB: Volley Ball, Gym
Captain: Basketball: College Club: Garden Club: Y-Teens: Chorus
l, 3, 4: Shorthand and Typing Awards: Athletic Award
DOLORES ANN MAGLERE-Service Club: Gregg Awards for
Typing and Shorthand: Entered from Gladstone. llB: Vocational
Preference-Secretarial Work: Favorite Pastime-Painting: Favorite
School Subjects-Art, Shorthand
DAN MALONEY, JR.-Orchestra 5: Painting Projects: Football:
ANTHONY F. MARBELLA-Band 5: Marching Band: Quartet:
Harmony Class: All-City Band: Orchestra 4: Band and Orchestra
Concerts: Music Festival: Vocational Preference-Mechanic
PHYLLIS LOUISE MARCOSKY-Special Dance: Journal Art
Staff: Class Day Committee: Senior Discussion Club: Special
Dance Programs: Basketball '48: Honorable Mention in Art Con-
test: Vocational Preference-Retail Merchandising
ETHEL MARKOVITZ-Travel Club: Orchestra Z, 3, 4, 5: Orches-
tra Concertsg Volley Ball '49, '50, '5lg Basketball '49, '50: Hockey
'50, '51: Athletic Award
MELVIN MARKOWITZ-Senior Discussion Club: Student Fed-
eralists: United Nations Club: Junior Varsity Basketball: Junior
Relay Champion: Intramural Volley Ball and Basketball
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HENRY N. MARTIN-Special Shop Projects: Intramural Basket-
ball: Favorite School Subject-Commercial Geography
REBA JEAN MARTIN-Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Prom Committee: M.M.M.: Typing Certificate: Basketball: Volley
Ball: Hockey Leaders Club: Gladstone
EARL R. MARVIN-journal Staff: Homeroom Treasurer, 12th
Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Chorus 2: History Award: American
Legion Award: Hobby-Building Model Cars
EARLINE R. MARVIN-journal Staff: Homeroom President, 9th
Grade: Foreword Representative: Service Club: Latin Club: Chorus
l, 3: String Group: Harmony Class: Gregg Shorthand Award:
Minstrel Show: Accompanist for Talent Shows: KDKA School of
the Air Program: Volley Ball: Mushball
MARVIN MASKOWITZ - Favorite Sport-Basketball: Entered
from Braddock High School, 10A
DONNA BELLE MATTES-Modern Dance: Microscope Club: Fu-
ture Teachers ot' America: History Award: Physical Education
Award: Civic Club Test
Ball '48, '49
HERBERT LEE MAYER-Entered from Greensburg High School,
l2B: Intramural Basketball: Football
RAYMOND HERMAN MELZNER-Homerooni Vice P
llB, llA: Mechanical Drawing Projects: Favorite Sport-
HERBERT MENDELSOHN - Garden Club, President
Grades: Projection Club: Bookroom Club: Stage Crew:
Treasurer, 10th, llth Grades: Class Play Set Painting,
AUDREY MAYER-Future Business Leaders of America: Basket-
ball '5l: Entered from Greensburg High School, lZB: Vocational
SANDRA SUE MERVIS-journal Art Staff: Hall Staff: Fore-
word Representative: Future Teachers of America: Senior Discus-
sion Cluh: Advanced Art Projects: Carnegie Tech Art Class: Volley
RITA A. MEYER-Hall Staff: Future Teachers of America: Senior
Discussion Club: Student Federalists: M.M.M.: Advanced Foods:
MARY KATHRYN MOSELEY-Prom Committee: Journal Staff, 1
Homeroom Secretary, IZB, l2Ag Tutoring Serviceg French Club, '
Secretary and Program Chairmang Future Teachers of Americag
Microscope Club, Chorus l, 3, 55 Chorus 5, Librariang Choir Soloistg
Chorale, Special Ensembleg Scholastic Writing Awardg American
Legion Award, Junior Leaders, Volley Ball '47, '48g Honor Student
NORMAN RALPH MOZEIK-214 Staffg Stage Crewg Junior Glee
Clubg Band 55 Marching Bandg All-City Bandg Special Shop Pro-
jectsg Care Affair Committee, Intramural Basketball
MARY REGINA MYERS-Distributive Education Classg Sewing
Projectsg Hockey '48, '49g Employed at Joseph Horne's
MARYANNE McCARTHY-Senior Y-Teenrsg Garden Clubg Hockey
'49, '50g Basketball '50g Volley Ball '48, '49, 'SOQ Athletic Award
EILEEN M. MCGLYNN-Volley Ball '50, '5lg Hockey '50, Mush-
ball '50, Hobby-Baking and Trying Out New Recipes
FRANK RICHARD NOAH-Special Shop Projects:
Preference-Machinistg Favorite Sport-Hunting
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STUART M. MICHAELSON-Class Day Committee Homeroom
President 9A, Treasurer llBg Hall Staffg College Club United Na
tions Club: Student Federalistsg Spanish Club Green Key Basket
ball '49, '50, 'Sly Cross Country '49g Track 48 49 50 Sl Intra
mural Basketballg Athletic Letter
ELICIA MILLER-Hall Staff: Jewelry Projects Journal Art Staff
Special Dance, Dance Programs, Program at Carnegie Music Hall
ISABEL MILLER-Prom Committeeg Dramatic English Class
Orchestra 53 String Groupg Orchestra Concerts Harmony Class
Modern Danceg Modern Dance Programs
JAMES L. MILLER-Spanish Club: Band 5 Marchmg Band
Saxophone Quartetg All-City Bandg Band Concerts
MARY LOUISE MILLER-Service Clubg Hall Staff Chorus 1 3
4: Homeroom Secretary, 10B-IOA, 12B-12A Basketball 50 51
Volley Ball '51, Mushball 'Sly Shorthand Certificate
SYLVIA MAE MOISEENKO--Library Club Softball Basket
ballg Vocational Preference-Secretarial Work
TOBY NUMEROSKY-Dramatic English Class: Publicity Com-
mittee for Class Play: Prom Committee: Journal Staff: Homeroom
Treasurer, 10th Grade: Majorettes-Sergeant '49, '50, Head Sergeant
'50, '5l: Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief: Cafeteria Staff: Hall
Staff: Volley Ball '48: Routine Leader: Publicity Skit for Class
Play: Homeroom Social Chairman: Executive Committee of Stu-
dent Council: Football Rally Committee: Majorette Programs
ARLENE E. OBERHEIM-Microscope Club: Travel Club: Future
Nurses of America: Art Projects: Volley Ball '47, 'Sl: Vocational
BARBARA OLBUM-Homeroom Secretary, Sth, 9th Grades: ,lun-
ior Leaders: junior Discussion Club: Art Projects: Key Awards in
Scholastic Art Contests: Vocational Preference-Art
JACK OSTROSKY-Class Day Committee: Luncheon Committee:
Green Key: Band 3, 4: Community Chest Program: Readoption of
JANE LOUISE PACHTMAN-journal Staff: Prom Committee:
Periodicals Secretary: Member-at-Large, Student Council: Social
Committee, Student Council: Foreword Typist: Future Teachers of
America: Microscope Club: M.M.M.: Tutoring Service: Gregg Typ-
ing Award: McKelvey and Greenfield Teaching Projects: Care Af-
ROSE PALE-Advanced Sewing Projects: Entered from Gladstone,
llB: Vocational Preference-Dressmaking: Favorite School Suh-
ALBERT T. PALMER-Homeroom President, 9B-l0A: Minstrel
Shows: Jewelry Projects: Mechanical Drawing Projects: Wood
Shop Projects: Varsity Football '48, '49, '50: Intramural Basketball:
EDWARD G. PARK-Special Shop Projects: Favorite Sport-Auto
BARBARA F. PARKER-Senior Class Treasurer: Prom Committee:
journal Staff: Dramatic English Class: Class Day Committee:
Homeroom President, 7B, 7A: Secretary, 9B, 9A: Social Chairman,
IOB: Student Council, Problems Committee: Foreword Staff: Future
Teachers of America, President: Senior Discussion Club, Assistant
Moderator: D.A.R. Award: Scholastic Writing Award: McKelve,1
Teaching Project: Junior Leaders, President: Hockey '50: Volley
Ball '45, '46: Basketball '45, '46: Civic Club Test
GEORGE EDWARD PASKO - Entered from Connelley Trade
School, IIB: Favorite School Subject - Mechanical Drawing:
STEPHEN M. PASSAMANECK-Dramatic English Class: Class
Play Cast: Homeroom Vice President, 10B-IZB: Treasurer, IZA:
Latin Club: Co-Editor, Foreword: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Minstrel Shows: Intermediate Discussion Club: Band 5: All-City
Band: Assistant Manager Football '47: Varsity Manager '48, '49,
'50: Varsity Manager Track '49: Civic Club Test
JACK DAVID PATTERSON-Advanced Art Projects: Intramural
Championship Basketball Team '47, '5l: Favorite Sport-Basketball
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CARL WILLIAM PAXTON-Homeroom Vice President, Intra-
mural Basketball, Favorite Sport-Baseball, Entered from Mifflin
SYLVIA L. PEARL-Homeroom Secretary, 7A, SB, Treasurer,
10B, 10A, Student Council Representative, 10B-IIB, M.M.M., 214
Staff, Future Teachers of America, Spanish Club, Chorus 1, 3, 4,
Manager of Majorettes, Hockey '48, '49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50,
Volley Ball '48, '49, '50, '51
GILBERT SANFORD PEISAKOFF-Travel Clulb, United Nations
Club, Favorite School Subject-Algebra, Vocational Preference-
MARCIA ADELE PERLMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 8th Grade,
Future Teachers of America, Future Nurses of America, Sewing
Projects, Fashion Show
JAMES ARTHUR PFERDEKAMPER-Homeroom Treasurer, 1lA,
Mechanical Drawing Projects, Cross Country '48, Track '49, '50, '51,
JOAN H. PHIFER-journal Staff, Homeroom Vice President, l1A'
Foreword Representative, Tutoring Service, Microscope Club, Ful
CORDELIA PINSKER-214 Activities Staff, Hall Staff, Future
Teachers of America, Orchestra 2, 4, 5, Cooking Projects, Volley
CHARLES PIPER-Band 5, Favorite Pastime-Reading, Voca-
tional Preference-United States Air Force
ALAN SHERWOOD PLATT-Hall Staff, VVood Shop Projects,
Favorite School Subject-Typing, Vocational Preference-Business
NORMAN BARRY PODOLSKY-Class Day Committee, Home-
room President, IZB, IZA, Treasurer, 10-IIB, Secretary, 9A, 10B,
Stage Crew, Senior Discussion Club, Advanced Print Shop, Cer-
tificate of Merit
SANFORD POLLACK - Class Day Committee, journal Staff,
Homeroom President, 9B, l0B, l0A, l1B, Vice President, 9A,
Intramural Basketball, junior Varsity Basketball, Secretary, Green
Key, United Nations Club, Vocational Preference-Architect
FLORENCE POPP-Advanced Foods Projects, Favorite Sport-
Basketball, Entered Allderdice, llB
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IVAN RICHARD PORT - Homeroom Vice President, 7th-9th
Grades: Hall Staff: United Nations Club: Vocational Preference-
JOAN HELEN PRETTER-Hall Staff: Senior Discussion Club:
Red Cross Program: Entered from Langley High School, IZB
DONNA JEAN PRICE-Orchestra S: Entered from Gladstone, 1lB:
Music Award, l0A: Gladstone Service Award, 10A
CARL WILLIAM PRINZLER - Entered from Baldwin High
School, l2B: Favorite School Subject-Math: Vocational Preference
-Engineering: Civic Club Test
GERALD JOHN QUINLAN-Jewelry Projects: Varsity Football
Team: Citation of Merit for Football Effort: Intramural Basketball
NANCY MARION RAUSCH-Homeroom Secretary, 1lB: Home-
room Treasurer, llA: Future Business Leaders of America: Junior
Leaders: Gregg Shorthand Award: Basketball: Hockey: Volley
Ball, Captain: Vocational Preference-Secretarial Work
' " JUDITH REICI-IER-Hall Staff: Future Teachers of America:
Senior Discussion Club: Camera Club: WCAE Radio Broadcast:
Volley Ball '50
JOAN BERNADETTE RIZZO - Distributive Education Class:
Foreword Representative, 10-12th Grades: Student Council Repre-
sentative: Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade: Hockey: Basketball:
Baseball: Volley Ball: Senior Lifesaving: Typing Award: American
Legion Award: Homeroom Play at Webster Hall: Vocational Pref-
SHIRLEY RIZZO-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice President.
9A: Service Club: Junior Leaders: Chorus l: Fashion Show: Model
for Joseph Horne Co.: Shorthand Award: Athletic Letter: Hockey
'49, 'S0: Basketball Captain '48: Volley Ball '47, '48, '49, '50: Base-
DAVID M. ROBERTS-Special Shop Projects: Football '48, '49,
'50: Swimming '49, '59, '5l: Track '51: Football Letter: Swimming
Letter: Vocational Preference-Physical Education Teacher
MARGERY ROSEN-Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Journal Staff: Member-at-Large, Student Council: Foreword Staff:
214 Activities Staff: Ushering Staff: Tutoring Service: Problems
Committee: Future Teachers of America: Senior Discussion Club:
Junior Leaders: Special Dance: Modern Dance: Gregg Typing
Award: KDKA School of the Air: Junior Town Meeting of the
Air: Democratic Citizenship Program, WCAE: Volley Ball: Base-
ball: Class Day Committee, Chairman: Civic Club Test: American
Chemical Society Contest: Qualitative Analysis Class: Dance Pro-
ANDREW E. ROSENBERG-Foreword Representative: 214 Activi-
ties Staff: Stage Crew: Camera Club: Mechanical Drawing Pro-
jects: Swimming Team: Track: Intramural Basketball
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JEROME MARTIN ROSENBERG-Class Day Committee: Student
Council Representative, l0B: Hall Staff: German Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Student Federalists: Intramural Basketball
JUDITH CAROL ROSENBERG - Prom Committee: Dramatic
English Class: Publicity Committee Chairman: Journal Art Staff:
Student Federalists, Secretary: Art Projects: Special Dance: Dance
Programs: Minstrel Show: Cheerleaders, Volley Ball '46: Basket-
RONALD LEE ROSENBERG-Football Club: Chorus 3: Football
'48, '49, '50: Track '50: Kiwanis Club Trophy for Football, Most
Valuable Player: Minstrel Show: Favorite Subject-History
GERALD I. ROSENFELD - Journal Staff: Dramatic English
Class: Student Federalists: Minstrel Show: KDKA School of the
Air: Varsity Football '48, '49: Intramural Basketball: Athletic
SARAH GERTRUDE ROSENFIELD-Future Nurses of America:
German Club: Service Club: Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4: Gregg Typing
Certificate: Volley Ball: Hockey
ROBERTA SUE ROSENSON-Hall Staff: Library Staff: Future
Teachers of America: Senior Discussion Club: Chorus 1, 3: Choir:
Jewelry Projects: Brotherhood Week Program: Mushball '49, '50:
Basketball '49: Volley Ball '49, '50: Athletic Letter
RICHARD C. ROSENZWEIG-Dramatic English Class: Journal
Photographer: Class Day Committee: Class Play Sound Director:
Stage Crew: Homeroom President, 7B-8B: Student Council Repre-
sentative, Member-at-Large: Foreword Photographer: 214 Staff:
Student Council Problems Committee, Chairman: Student Council
President, IZA: Camera Club: Senior Discussion Club: Chorus
2, 3: Track Team Varsity Letter-City Championship '50, '5l: Cheer-
leaders: Football Rally Committee
MARY JEAN ROSS-Homeroom Vice President, 9B, 9A: Home-
room Secretary, 10th Grade: Junior Lifesaving: Y-Teens: Food
Projects: Mushball '48, '49g Volley Ball '49, '51
MARY MADELINE ROVILEA-Vice President Homeroom, llA:
Student Council Representative: Homeroom Vice President, 12B
l2A: College Club: Orchestra 5: All City Orchestra: Gregg Speed
Award: Orchestra Programs: Care Affair Committee: Volley Ball:
FAYE IRIS RUBIN-Future Teachers of America: Library Staff:
Sewing Projects: Hall Staff: Jewelry Projects
CHARLES RYAN - Green Key: Mechanical Drawing Projects:
Hall Staff: Basketball '50, '51g Track '50, '51
EDMUND JOSEPH SABO - Special Shop Projects: Favorite
School Subject-Mathematics: Hobby-Home Maintenance
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ROBERT JOSEPH SAFO-Chorus 5: Male Chorus: Choir Pro-
grams: Favorite School Subject-Mathematics
HERBERT SACHS-Homeroom President, IOA, IIB: Vice Presi-
dent, 9B: Tutoring Service: l.atin Club: Golf Team: City Golf
BARBARA ANN SAMBERG-French Club: Hall Staff: Chorus
l, 2, 3, 4: Vocational Preference-Stenography: Favorite School
RICHARD L. SANDER-Hall Staff: College Club: Microscope
Club: Sociology Trip: Swimming 48: Track '50, '5I: Cross Country:
City Championship '50, '5l: Varsity Letter: Intramural Basketball
PHYLLIS GLORIA SANELLI - Distributive Education Class:
Homc-room Vice President, IZB: M.M.M.: Gladstone Cooking
Award: Favorite Sport-Swimming
GRACE SAUNDERS-Hall Staff: Future Nurses of America:
Intramural Basketball' Hoeke : Volle Ball' Softball Tournaments'
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Favorite School Subject-Bookkeeping: Vocational Preference-
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DONALD MERLE SCANDROL Futurc Teachcrs of AIIILFICR
Projection Club: Chorus 2, 3 4 5 Malc Chorus 'Irack 50 Cross
Country '49, '50: Minstrel Show Football 48 Choir Programs
BETTY LOUISE SCAVARIEL Homcroom bccrctary 9B SLIIIOI'
Y-Teens: Service Club: Grcgf., 'Iypmc Xwarcl Noca ional Prcf
SEYMOUR JAY SCHAFER Senior Class Nice Presiclcnt Prom
Committee: Class Day Comnnttee I-lomeroom P1'CSlfILlIt 9B 17A
Hall Staff: Green Key: Qualitative Analvsis Class Basketball
City Championship in Tennis Doubles
FREDA SCHERB-Foreword Rcpresentative Cafetcria Staff F
ture Teachers of America: bpanish Club Collcgc Club Historv
Club: Chorus I, 3, 4: Volley Ball 49 wil Nlushball -I9 wil Collcgc
ROBERT F. SCHIENLE Intramural Basketball Championship
Team '5l: Model Airplane Club Special Shop Projects Stage Crew
Work: Vocational Preference Mechanic
ELMA JEAN SCHMIDT-Futurc Business leaders of Nmerica
Y-Teens: Volley Ball: Mushball Hockey Nocational Choice
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ALLAN B. SCHNEIROV-Dramatic English Class, Property Com-
mittee Chairman, Class Play, Hall Staff, Senior Discussion Club,
College Club, Orchestra 4, Intramural Basketball, Golf '50, Junior
Varsity Basketball '48
DAVID LEE SCHREIBER-Prom Committee, Homeroom Presi-
dent, '48, Vice President, '49, '50, Microscope Club, Chorus 5,
Male Chorus, Football '48, Green Key, President, Intramural
JACQUELINE L. SCHWEINBERG-Homeroom May Queen, '50,
Future Nurses of America, College Club, Senior Y-Teens, Travel
Club, Typing Certificate, Athletic Shield, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51,
Hockey '49, '50, Basketball '51, Tennis '50, Mushball '50
THEODORE ROBERT SEGIEL-Intramural Basketball, Entered
from McKeesp0rt High School, l0B, Vocational Preference-Me-
JOHN ANTHONY SGRO-Class Day Committee, Dramatic Eng-
lish Class, Class Play Cast, Orchestra 5, Special Shop Foreman,
Orchestra Concerts, Orchestra Performance at Schenley Hotel
VIVIEN MARIE SHAPERA - Student Council Representative,
Cafeteria Staff, Ushering Staff, Social Committee, Student Council,
Spanish Club, Latin Club, Travel Club, Chorus 3, 4, Fashion Show,
Care Affair Committee
SANDRA SHAPIRO - Homeroom Senior Calendar Committee,
Hall Staff, journal Art Staff, Advanced Art Projects, Future
Teachers of America, Athletic Award, Hockey '50, Volley Ball
'48, '49, '51, Softball '50, Basketroom Attendant
JEANETTE LORETTA SHELTON-Homeroom Secretary, llB,
Entered from Gladstone, 11B
MARLENE JUNE SHERMAN-Future Teachers of America,
College Club, Orchestra 5, String Quartet, Orchestra Programs,
Lifesaving, Hockey '50, '51, Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, Basketball
'49, '50, '51, Softball '50, '51, Manager Musihball Tournament '50,
Junior Leaders, Senior Leaders
MARY JEAN SHOLOCK-Jewelry Projects, Fashion Show, Sew-
ing Projects, Entered from Gladstone, l1B, Athletic Shield, Glad-
stone Service Club, Movie Squad, Sewing Club
BARBARA DOLORES SHULMAN-Advanced Art Projects, Jour-
nal Art Staff, Homeroom Senior Calendar Committee, Foreword
Representative, l0A, llB, llA, Hall Staff, Cafeteria Staff, Camera
Club, Treasurer, Future Teachers of America
VERA B. SIDBERRY - M.M.M., President, Student Council,
Ushering Staff, Social Committee, Basketball '49, '50, Athletic
Letter, Dance Programs
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MARGARET SIKORA-4Homeroom Secretary, IZA: Service Club:
Garden Club: Homeroom Treasurer, llB, llA: Senior Y-Teens:
Travel Club: Volley Ball '48, '50, '5l: Hockey '49, '50: Basketball
'50, '5l: Commercial Award
NORMA JOY SIMON-Prom Committee: Dramatic English-Pub-
licity, Make-up, Property Committees: Student Council, Social Com-
mittee: Future Teachers ot' America: Senior Discussion Club: Or-
chestra 2, 3. 4: jewelry Projects: English Composition Award:
Cregg Tv ning Certificate: Teaching Project: Student Council Con-
' . I
MORRIS G. SINGER-Prom Committee: Homeroom Treasurer,
9B, 9A: Hall Staff: Chess Club: Art Poster Projects: Intramural
Basketball: Gym Class Basketball Championship Team, llA
HEINZ SIRKIN-Foreword Staff: Advanced Art Projects: Cafe-
teria Posters: Second Prize, Clean-up Art Campaign: Favorite Sport
DONALD SIVIY-Homeroom President, 9B: Intramural Basket-
ball: Hobby-Photography: Favorite School Subject-Basketball
ALAN B. SKIRBOLL-Student Council: Senior Discussion Club:
Student Federalists: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show: Band Con-
certs: Football '-49: Basketball, junior Varsity '48
HOWARD WESLEY SMITH - journal Staff: Homeroom Vice
President: Microscope Club: Short Vifave Club, President: WCAE
Radio Program, Democratic Citizenship: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Entrant in Buhl Planetarium Science Fair: Entered Essay in
Pennsylvania Week Contest: Tutoring Service
MARY LOU SMITH-Foreword Representative, llB: Election
Board, 1lB: Choir: Chorus 4: Chorale: jewelry Projects: Chorus
ROBERT ERNEST SMITH-Class Day Committee: journal Staff:
Paint Crew for Class Play Scenery: Tutoring Service: Cafeteria
Staff: Foreword Staff: Microscope Club: Latin Club: Qualitative
Analysis Class: Art Projects: Art Exhibit of Hundred Friends of
Pittsburgh Art: Scholastic Key Awards and Placement: Harvard
Book Prize: P.T.A. Program: Vocational Preference-Architecture:
Civic Club Test: Carnegie Freshman Scholarship
ALAN ISA SNYDER-Prom Committee: Hall Patrol: Homeroom
Treasurer: Senior Discussion Club: Student Federalists, Vice
President: United Nations Club: Band l, 2, 3, 4: KDKA School of
the Air Program: Intramural Basketball
DOROTHY MARIE SOLAYW-journal Staff: Homeroom Typist:
Tutoring Service: Junior Dramatic Club: Future Business Leaders
of America, President: Shorthand Award: Volley Ball '50, '51:
Mushball Captain '50: Mushball '51
NATALIE M. SOLOF-Prom Committee: Senior Discussion Club:
Future Teachers of America: Student Federalists: Latin Club:
French Club: College Club: Hall Staff: 214 .Activities Staff: Tutor-
ing Service: Student Council: Social Committee: Ushering Staff'
Orchestra 3, 4: Gregg Typing Award
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GEORGE D. SORG-Intramural Basketball, Favorite School Work
ARTHUR DAVID SPIEGEL-Prom Committee, Foreword Repre-
sentative, Treasurer, llB, Hall Staff, United Nations Club,
Microscope Club, Band 5, Marching Band, Intramural Basketball
BETTY JEAN STEFANIC--Journal Staff, Class Day Committee,
Homeroom Vice President, 9B, 9A, llB, llA, Secretary-Treasurer,
l0B, 10A, Social Chairman, IZB, IZA, Service Club, Leaders Club,
Horne Sewing Council, Fashion Shows, Athletic Award, Commer-
ELINOR RUTH STEIN-Student Council Representative, Dra-
matic English Class, Journal Staff, Class Day Committee, Home-
room Vice President, IOA, Future Nurses of America, Future
Teachers of America, Library Club, Senior Discussion Club,
Student Federalists, Gregg Typing Award, Hockey, Volley Ball
MACY STEIN-Homeroom Treasurer, IZB, l2A, Student Council
Representative, Special Shop Projects, Swimming Team '49, '50, '51,
City Senior Diving Champion '51
LORRAINE HELEN STEINBERG - Dramatic English Class:
Prom Committee, Student Council Representative, Problems Com-
mittee, Social Committee, Chairman, Delegate to Student Council
Convention, Camera Club, Cafeteria Staff, 214 Staff, Ushering
Staff, Future Teachers of America, Jewelry Projects, Modern
Dance, Special Dance, Dance Programs
RUSSELL KENNEDY STEWART-Entered from Gladstone, llB,
Swimming Team '50, '51, Championship Swimming Team '51, Intra-
mural Basketball, Vocational Preference - Commercial Aviator,
JANE SMALL STINSON-Prom Committee, Journal Art Staff,
Microscope Club, Future Teachers of America, Orchestra 5, Ger-
man Club, Choir, Chorale, Scholastic Art Award
JOSEPH PATRICK SUMMERVILLE-Foreword Representative,
llB, Intramural Basketball '50, '51, Student Council Bowling League
MARY JANE SUNAGA-Prom Committee, Journal Staff, Fore-
word Representative, Hall Patrol, Office Aide, Future Business
Leaders of America, Vice President, Junior Y-Teens, Gregg Typing
Award, Hockey '48, '49, '50, Volley Ball '50, '51
JOYCE LEE SUPOWITZ-Journal Staff, Dramatic English Class,
Class Day Committee, Hall Staff, Homeroom Secretary, 12B, l2A,
Future Teachers of America, junior Dramatic Club, Spanish Club,
Advanced Foods Projects, Teaching Projects at Greenfield and
VIVIAN E. THAYER-French Club, Junior Y-Teens, Vice Presi-
dent, Chorus l, 3, 4, 5, Chorale, Choir Programs, Special Dance,
Dance Programs, First Prize for Essay in Contest on Juvenile
Delinquency, Volley Ball '48
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ANNAMARIE TKAC-Senior Leaders: Travel Club: Journal Art
Staff: Volley Ball '49, '50, '5l: Basketball '5l: Mushball '50, '5l:
PAUL B. TOBERG, JR.-Short Wave Club, President: Swimming
Team Manager '48, '49, '50, '5l: Favorite School Subjects-Electric
and Wood Shops: Participant in Science Fair, Ford Contest
MARGARET TOTH-College Club: Chorus 5: Favorite School
Subject-Voice: Vocational Preference-Music Teacher
ROSEMARIE TOZZI-Hall Staff: Homeroom Vice President, SB,
SA: Election Board Committee: Gregg Typing Certificate: Gregg
60-80 Word Certificate: Championship Hockey Team '49: Volley
JOSEPH TRATTNER-Senior Class Day Committee: Prom Com-
mittee: Senior Class President: Homeroom President, 10A-IZA:
Hall Staff: 214 Activities Staff: Senior Discussion Club, President:
Student Federalists, President: United Nations Club, President:
Future Teachers of America: College Club: American Legion
Award: Hearst Oratorical Contest Award: VVestinghouse Award:
Qualitative Analysis Class: KDKA School of the Air: Junior Town
Meeting of the Air: Care Affair Committee
SAMUEL TRUST-Senior Discussion Club: Student Council: Class
Day Committee: Orchestra 5, President: Harmony Class: Brass
Quintet: Football '48, '49, '50: Track '49, '50, '51: Minstrel Show:
Essay Contest Award
AUDREY TROJANOWSKI-IJistributive Education Class: Special
Dance: Pittsburgh Civic Ballet: Basketball '47: Talent Shows:
Vocational Preference-Ballet Dancing
PATRICIA CLAIRE UNGER-Journal Staff: Dramatic English
Class: Homeroom Secretary, l0B: Student Council Member-at-
Large, 11B-IZA: Hall Staff: 214 Activities Staff: Student Council
Social Committee: Future Teachers of America: Microscope Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Jewelry Projects: Teaching Projects at
Greenfield and McKelvey Schools
MARY ELIZABETH URBAN-Future Business Leaders of Ameri-
ca: Sewing and Cooking Projects: Vocational Preference-Secre-
tarial Work: Hobby-Collecting Foreign Money
DOLORES JEAN VARGO-Library Club: M.M.M.: Chorus 1:
Advanced Foods Projects: Miss Bechtel's Serving Group: Peaks
of Progress Essay
JEWELL G. VARGO-Entered from Gladstone, llB: Favorite
School Subject-Consumer Education: Favorite Sport-Basketball:
PATRICK VERRONE-Special Sfhop Projects: Typing Awards:
Honorable Mention, American Legion: Intramural Basketball
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BARBARA CHARIS WAKEFIELD-Fixture Teachers of America,
Spanish Club, Intramural Basketball, Hockey, Volley Ball, Mush-
Future Tea-chers of America, Chorus 5: Chorale: Chorus Programs,
Model for Allderdice at Gimbel's, Volley Ball '50
MARY E. WASHINGTON-Future Business Leaders of America,
Basketball '48, '49. '50, Volley Ball '49, '50, '5l: Mushball '49, '50, '51,
Hockey '50, 51, Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards, Vocational
MICHAEL WATSO--Swimming Team, Vocational Preference-
NORMAN J. WEDNER-Distributive Education Class, Hall Staff,
Stage Crew, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Print Shop Projects, Metal Shop,
Favorite School Subject-Mathematics
DOLORES IDA WEINER-Hall Staff, Spanish Club, Future
Business Leaders of America, Entered from Peabody, 12B, Pastime
TI-IELMA LYNNE WARDEN-Student Comm:-il Representative,
ETTIE DORIS WEINER-M.M.M., Future Nurses of America,
Hall Staff, Fashion Show, Basketball, Volley Ball, Vocational
MATHILDA WEISBERG-Hall Staff, Future Nurses of America,
Senior Leaders Mushball '50, '51, Basketball '51, Co-Manager of
Basketball Tournament '51, Hockey '50, Volley Ball 'Sl
DAVID JAY WEISSBERG-Journal Staff, Student Council Repre-
sentative, Ushering Staff, Social and Problems Committees of Stu-
dent Council, Senior Discussion Club, Student Federalists, Co-
Sponsor of Bowling League, Orchestra 5, All-City Junior Orchestra:
ZANETA ROSALYN WEITZ-Dramatic English Class, Publicity
and Costume Committees for Class Play, Library Club, Spanish
Club, Future Teachers of America, Chorus l, 3, 4, Group 4 Ac-
companist, Choir Programs
GEORGE SEYMOUR WELFORD--214 Activities Staff, Cafeteria
Staff, Chess Team, Chess Club, Garden Club, President, Spanish
Club, Chorus 3, Lawn Clean-up Committee
JULIA A. WERYHA-Shorthand Award, Typing Award, Mushball
'49, Basketball '50, Volley Ball '51
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PATRICIA LEE WHITTAKER - College Club: Freneh Club:
Prom Committee: Intramural Championship Volley Ball Team '50:
Baseball Captain '50: Basketball '49, '50: Athletic Shield: Peaks of
Progress Contest, Fourth Prize
MARGERY MAY WILLIAMS-Journal Staff: Homeroom Secre- '
tary, 9B, 9A: Homeroom Vice President, l0B, l0A: French Club: ,
Junior Leaders: Chorus 5: Volley Ball '47 -
ODESSA WILLIAMS - Entered from Gladstone, llB: Favorite
Pastime-Dancing: Vocational Preference-Dietitian
ALAN DAVENPORT WINGARD--Gernlaii Club: Student Coun-
cil, 9B: Chorus 2, 3, 5: Male Chorus: Accompanist: Soloist: En-
semble Work: 10B Election Board: Choir Programs: All-Citv A
Chorus: Class Play Organist '49
JAMES EDWARD WOHLFARTH - Radio Club: Stage Crew:
Football: Vocational Preference-Engineering i
ROBERT FOX WOHLFARTH-Stage Crew: Special Shop Pro-
jects: Intramural Basketball
MILTON SIDNEY WOLF - Dramatic English, Property Com-
lnittee: Homeroom Treasurer, 8B: Vice President, SA: Student
Council Representative: College Club: Band 5: Marching Band:
All-City Band: Music Festival Programs: junior Varsity Basket-
ball '47, '48: Intramural Basketball
LORETTA H. WOLITITCH-Pramttl Connnittee: Home Economics
Serving Committee: Y-Teens: Typing Award: Shorthand Award:
Volley Ball '48, '49, '50: Mushball '50, '51: Basketball '48, '49, 'Sl
JOAN MARLENE WORGAN - Entered from Gladstone, llB:
Gladstone Orchestra: Shorthand Award: Jewelry Projects: Mushball
'48, '49, '50: Volley Ball '49, '50, 'Sl
JANET NADINE WYANT - Homeroom President: Hall Staff:
GAYLORD CHARLES YOSTh-Hall Staff: Microscope Club: Col-
lege Club: Cross Country '5l: Intramural Basketball
GERALDINE M. YOUNG-Dramatic English Class: journal Staff:
Library Staff: Future Teachers of America: Hall Staff: Special
Dance: Camera Club: Tutoring Service: Homeroom Treasurer, IIA
Senior Lifesaving: Basketball: Volley Ball: Hockey: Distributive
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HOWARD ALLAN YOUNG-College Clubg Homeroom Election
Boardg Favorite School Subject-Chemistryg Vocational Preference
ROCHELLE C. YOUNG-Student Council Representative: Cafe-
teria Staffg Hall Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Student Federal-
istsg Clothing Projectsg Model at Teag Student Federalist Program:
ALICE JEAN YOURICK - Distributive Education Class: Hall
Staffg Senior Lifesavingg Basketballg Volley Bally 214 Typist:
Typing Award, Entered from Gladstone, 11Bg School Newspaper,
Typing Award, and Citizenship Award at Gladstone
PAUL HAROLD ZWEIG-Senior Discussion Clubg Band 53 Band
Concerts, Vocational Preference-Dentistry
JAMES M. SACCO-German Club: Mechani-
cal Drawing Projectsg Favorite Sport-Foot-
In April, the spirited minds of T.A.H.S. students lightly turn to thoughts of
baseball-in fact, not only do their minds shift to such thoughts, but their bodies
follow them. This was witnessed on April 19, 1951, when the Pittsburgh Pirates
reached town. Squirrel Hill's "halls of learning" were noticeably empty and
yellow pieces of paper were seen -being autographed by various teachers. Thanks
to these small bits of papyrus, Allderdice's student 'body was well represented at
the opening baseball game of the 1951 season.
Although this game is an annual occurrence, an added feature was presented
with it this year. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Studios sent their cameramen to
Forbes Field to photograph the crowd's reactions at this game. These films will
provide the backdrop for the coming movie, "The Angel and the Piratesf, starring
Paul Douglas and featuring many Allderdice students. NVhen this picture is re-
leased, if any close-ups of the crowd are shown while teachers are in the
audience, I suggest some pupils think up mighty good excuses why they were
seen at the 'ball game on the same day "their grandmother died!"
However, it's a little too early to worry about what the future holds for us
concerning that specific subject, so let's all reminisce of the excitement which
surrounded us that lovely spring day.
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superlatives from the June, 1951 graduating class:
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Surceed . Caroie Helioff
Best Dressed ........ .,.... .. Cecy Cohen
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Class Wit ......... ......., .,.,
Most Popular. ,... , ..
. Mona Katz
Best Athlete .,,., .. .
.. Earline Marvin
Best Looking . .. Ripley Armstrong
Plzysique ,.i,. .
M ost Likely to
B est Dressed
Disposi tion ...., ......
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Best Athlete .,..,, .. ,,.. ..
Blusher .....,.... . ...... .
Real Cross Course
The Red Cross course descended like a plague:
All struggled with instructions that seemed so vague
Each member of T.A.H.S. did -beg
To practice on some victim's arm or leg.
Mild persons eager to try out their skill
Chose any dog or cat that would play illg
And with determination and strong will
Set out at once to administer with skill.
More spiteful people had at last their chance:
"Revenge," they breathed and cast an evil glance.
With tourniquet in hand they took their stance
And on an enemy they did advance.
No need to tell you that they played a trick
Upon the unsuspecting foe they picked:
And turned the weapon till it made a nick
Which left a memory that would always stick.
Yet as the course, in June, drew to an end,
The former enemy was now a friend.
Each wished that he'd a longer time to spend
Upon this course which had become the trend.
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-BROTHER UIOSEVII XXDDISON, GOLDRERG
"Oh thoughtless seniors, ever blind to fate.
Too soon a freshy, too soon a gracluz1te."
"Never he afraid or ashaniecl of asking seniors for more money."
-BARBARA HTREASURIE OF CnEsTERE1Er.n" PARKER
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The class play, the prom committee, the class day committee . . . these are
all part of the senior yearg hut a major part shoulcl concern "study," Books,
hooks and more hooks.
Finally, the time has come, three and one-half years with an additional
semester in which to formulate a purpose in preparing ourselves for the future
we all are beginning to face. lt may ibe collegeg it may he marriageg and in some
cases it may be nothing!
It's all up to you-each individual one,
To make our senior year he fun.
lt's only five months longA-
And we'll finish with a song,
To hegin our future extra strong.
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If on his mind some deed doth cling,
Maifs conscience is a funny thing.
It gives no rest from day till night,
Until these deeds he brings to light,
So now he clears his troubled mind,
And these confessions leaves behind.
Jack llasley confesses that his numerous visits to the wall were not purely to
breathe in the good fresh air.
Iittie Weiner tells us she didn't stick strictly to hall patrol duties during her
fourth period vigil.
Ripley flrinstrong avows he knows nothing of who took Mr. Si1riner's aerial
down from the roof.
Rhea Cimino informs us Korea isn't the only place the Marines have landed.
Barbara Ollluni discloses ber interest in VVest Virginia isn't only because she
loves the South.
Dick Gross admits he doesn't go to the swimming pool to swim.
Sara Roscnfield reveals that she runs for her field glasses everytime an airplane
Florence Gulyasy informs us that the dreamy look she's been wearing since her
vacation last summer has nothing to do with a certain lifeguard from
Odessa Williams finally uncovers the fact that she actually worked in seventh
XVhat's done is done,
And whatever is, is right,
His mind is free,
And his conscience is light.
Distributifoe Education Class
Teacher ........... .....,..,,., , Mr. H. O. Barnes
President ...,... ....... . .,4..,.,...V h lanet Wyant
Vice President ........ ..,,.. r,.4..,, P T hyllis Sanelli
Secretary ..,........,..,.,.....,.,... ...A . Alice ,lean Yourick
Treasurer ..P.......,.........r..... ..,.r4,.. . r...,.,... N orman XVedner
Foreword Representative ...,. ., .,..,,.,,,.,, . joan Rizzo
Student Council Representative .Dorothy Kochendorfer
First Row--Audrey Trojanowski, Jean Meyers, Phyliss Sanelli, Janet Wyant, Mr. Barnes,
Marilyn Lyons, Joan Rizzo, Dorothy Kochendorfer
Second Row-Alice Jean Yourick, Shirley Young, Amanda McKee, Joan Krip, Veronica
Krajcovic, Geraldine McClintock, Rosemarie Yurkew
Third Row-Norman Wedner, Walter Stoehr, Samuel Dickter, Paul Gluckson,
Lakatos, Donald Vernon, Kenneth Kennedy
Walter Stoehr has a bashful grin,
Dark brown hair and hazel eyes.
But with the girls, he'll always wing
He's a boy who is female wise.
lVho's always smiling,
So happy and so gay?
lt's Gerry McClintock,
ln her own sweet way.
A friend like Ken is hard to find-
All our troubles are his concern,
He's willing to help whatever the need
For that, our Ken is a friend indeed.
ls a name of the past:
XVe'l1 remember him always,
For arousing our class.
Black wavy -hair,
And a catching lblue eye--
That's Sam Dickter,
And he's our guy.
Helpful and kind,
Girls like Goldie
. Are hard to find.
VVho comes in the class with a hearty
And fills the room with cheer?
Think no further for you will find,
It's Rosemarie Yurkew. Sh-e's our dear.
A neat little trick,
Who forgets the timeg
VVe know her as Bunnyg
But this doesn't rhyme.
Norman's our -boy-
He's the life of 'the class.
His life ambition?
Why, just to pass.
Alice Jean Yourick
The girl with the style,
Who cheers up her classmates
VVith that 'iAlice jean" smile.
Dorot-hy's last name
ls too hard to spellg
So we'll leave it at this-
Our Dot is just swel-l.
to your fameg
reach your goal
"The Great Audry's" th
With that gleam in her eyes
And that sparkle in her smile,
405's Jeanie Myers
Makes life seem worthwhile.
W-ho's the life of the party?
Who's always on the run?
It's Rosemarie DiNel1la,
That girl who's full of fun.
With big brown eyes
And hair that is black,
-loan Rizzo is smooth,
And as sharp as a tack.
Is it Marlene Deitrich?
ls it Janie Powell?
No, it's Phyllis Sanelli
W-ho beats them both by a mile.
If you're looking for talent,
It sure is a cinch,
You sh-ould come to our room
e name' And ask for Grace Lynch.
Our little Janie's small an-cl sweety
And she has a ready smileg
Her personality just can'-t be beat
VVhatever she does is worthwhile.
Who is first in the lunch line?
Who is last in the room?
My guess is Paul G1luckson,
Who leaves this school in june.
It thas been said in this age of psychological conditions,
That if we spend one day carrying out our secret ambitions
We soon find relief from our trouble and grief.
This is the real purpose for Class Day each year.
Each senior acts, without inhibition or fear,
The life rule he desires, and his subconscious admires.
Thus were the halls filled that day
With cowboys and Indians bold and gayg
And baseball players with visor capsg
Figures of the past and present time,
Movie stars and heroes sublime.
All took part in every event,
And every hour was joyously spent.
We certainly had a w
But I must admit, before I end this
Though the play may
It's never much help
relieve a few inhibitions,
to our mental conditions
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Teacher A...A....,.,. ....,.,.. ......A. M r . john B. Coyne
President ,.,......,., .... . Seymour Schafer
Vice President ...... .....,.,.. M argie Rosen
Secretary ,..,.,,.... 4.i.........,,.......,.,....,.. J ane Pachtman
Treasurer .4..4,i...... ...,. .,.........,....,,.,.,.,.., M a rlene Hershman
Social Chairmen ......,.A,.,......,,..,...... ....,,. T oby Numerosky, joan Golomh
Foreword Representative ......,......... ......,.,.....,.,r,,,.......,.,...,... A udrey Judd
Student Council Representative ,......,..i.,....,......,.......,.......... Tamara Janvey
We're the guys! VVe're the dolls of a fabulous year:
For john B. Coyne's crew give a rip roaring cheer.
A void in the school will remain when we pass.
We're the smartest, the sharpest of the ,Sl class.
Our praises like songs will ring to the sky.
Even Broadway hit shows we'Il dare to defy.
First Row-James Pferdekamper, Seymour Schafer, Robert Cross
Second Row-Shirley Rizzo, Tamara janvey, Selma Cooper, Marlene Hershman, Sally
Iskovitz, Mr. John B. Coyne, Toby Numerosky, Iris Davis, Rose Foley, Dorothy Solay
Third Row-Edward Park, Carole Helioff, Janet Kimball, Sarah Hailperin, Barbara Parker,
Margie Rosen, Nancy Goldstein, Racille Goodman, Audrey Judd, Harlene Lichter,
Cordelia Pinsker, Janie Pachtman, Herbert Mendelsohn
Fourth Row--Warren Levine, Gary Friedman, Melvin Markowitz, Morris Singer, Norman
Bress, Andrew Rosenberg, Marvin Levick, George Welford, Peter Block, Ronald
Our Andy's one swell guy, a long time favorite of 2583 his good looks and
Allegro manner really make him rate.
When the marching band comes clown the field, and the drums roll forth
with pep, One Foot, Other Foot is the cry, our Peter keeps in step.
You're always there when duty callsg you're thoughts are never astray. No
matter the time, the day or place, You Are Never Away.
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The character of 258 whose Happy Talk will long be remembered.
Marlene is as dainty as a sparrow. Her figure is something to applaud.
She's strictly a Honeybnn.
She always looks on the bright side of things. She's never blue. Timmy's
our Cockeyed Optimist
She's first in our class, tops in many departmentsg Tl1ere's Nothing Like
She's sure to be a success in life. Her knowledge is endless-for she's been
I-Ie's not as corny as Kansas in Augustg but Norm keeps us in a perpetual
dither. VVe're in love with this Wonderful Guy.
Cute and cleverg gayer than laughter, Janie will always be Younger Than
ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
Intelligent, alert, Marv's always in step, Anything You Can Do-he can do
lJorothy's smile always kept our room gay. She's got the Sun in the M orn-
ing and the Moon at Night.
This curlyehaired guy is quite a card with a great sense of humor. We love
his infectious laugh, and with him Our Defenses Are Down.
She's sweet, charming and alert, in future life she will go far. Nobody can
doubt the word of the class when They Say She's Wonderful.
A girl who excels in every fieldg her brains, popularity and good nature
prove she's always Doin' What Comes Naturally.
Le Le was a great sensation in "Out of the Frying fPan"g and now he, too,
believes in the old adage-There's No Business Like Show Business
Round the field, buff, puff g has the track team had enough? Not our jim-
he's in trimg it's An Old Fashion Walk for him.
If Pittsburgh has a rise in crime, .Ianet's the cause this time. The cops can
scarcely work at all, since she dazed them at the Policenian's Ball.
Yon'lI Never M'aIk Alone, Buster Singer, for you're a grand guy, a real
HARRIET KLIN E
Our Harriet is just like a Carousel, always on the run and casting a be-
Sarah wants to make her career Life Upon the W1'e1sed Stage. Her talent
insures her success,
Because he's so friendly and sincere, We Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
Why Do We Love Yon, Shirley? Because you're capable and courteous
Tall and muscular Bob, declares in voice so loud and clear, When I'1n Not
Near the Girl Love, I Love the Girl I'1n Near.
The're's Something Sorta Grandish about 'her you will findg Cordelia's claim
to fame is her disposition kind.
Look at Sally and of charm you'll get an eyefulg Look to the Rainbow, and
of the same you'll see the sky full.
VVhen you're as handsome and debonair as Seymour and have brains and
popularity to boot, Yonhve Gotta Be a Ladies' Man.
N o matter whether she's writing songs or editing the Foreword, there's al-
ways Good News when Tobyls around.
This girl's not only musical, talented, and photogenic, but Joanie's also very
Lucky in Love.
The moon, the stars, and the charm of girls like Barb prove that The Best
Things in Life Are Free.
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She's always willing to be of help no matter where she may gog whatever
people ask her she Can't Say N o.
A perfect girl is she, loyal to be specificg Many a New Day will dawn before
we find one so terrific.
Oh What a Beautiful Morning it is when Eddie's in our view: his bright,
good-natured presence gains friendship strong and true.
KISS ME KATE
George is the greatest, the best by farg we think him simply Wunderbar.
"Rose by any other name would still be swell." Brush up on Your Shake-
speare if this doesn't ring a bell.
Some girls will take any Torn, Dick or Harry ,' but we're more particular-
we prefer Gary.
Behind the scenes of every play when the lights are down low, Herb's al-
ready working on Another Open'in of Another Show.
"The seniors who are said to feed upon nothing but Allderdice food. have
of all students the nimblest tongues."
-"JONATHAN SWIFT!! RIDDLE
It is much wiser to laugh than to be out of humorf'
-ALAN HHORACE VVALPOLEU SNYDER
At every word a reputation dies."
"But when to mischief seniors bend their will
How soon they find fit hall passes of ill."
"A poor excuse for being late lessens the weight of the good ones I gave
-"JONATHAN SWIFT" CHESTER
"An honest senior's the noblest work of Mr. Thomas."
-"ALEXANDER POPEU MCCLYMONDS
"On one nice theme depends a senior's fate."
-AN EssAY ON SENIORS
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First Row-Nancy Chillcot, Odessa Williams, Jeannette Shelton, Ruth Lederstein, Betty
Gold, Phyllis Levy, Barbara Cushing, Reba Martin, Virginia Harris, Sondra Chester
Second Row-Mary Jean Ross, Lois Fox, Janet Hopkins, Anna Marie Lavra, Mary
Rovilea, Caroline Rea Faulds, Mary Gregovits, Wanda Kwapinski, Roberta Rosenson,
Rochelle Young, David Weissberg, Zola Horovitz, john Friedman
Third Row-Dominic Fonzi, Edward Dorrian, John Sgro, Emory Chonka, Herbert Mayer,
Alan Bress, Charles Ryan, Dan Maloney, Walter Lowman, Henry Martin
Teacher .....,.,....., .,.... M iss Charlotte Beachler
President ......,..... ......,..,....,,..... E mory Chonka
Vice President ,.,..,. .,........,r M ary Rovilea
Secretary ....,..,...,..........,,,, ,..... M ary Gregovits
Treasurer .,....,....... .........,.,..... ...,.......... A l an Bress
Foreword Representative ....,......,.... ,.,...,... I anet Hopkins
Student Council Representative , ,... ,. , David Weissberg
World's Greatest Cast ..............,..,,, , ,. ,,..,. , Room 352
Famous Director and Producer... .... ..,i , ., .. Miss Beachler
Setting .......... ,............................,..... ...... H a lls of Allclerdice
Time .i.... ............,.......,....................,.......,,,.....,.,..,,. 1 947-1951
Gentlemen of "The Tempest"
ALAN BRESS-,Al3.ll,S a boy with a wonderful voiceg
In choosing a leader he's everyone's choice.
EMORY CIIONKA-Olll' homeroom, Emory can surely manage,
VVithout him we'd he at a great disadvantage.
ROBERT DEBROFF-ROb6Ft passes his tests with a breeze:
He also has personality fit to please.
EDWARD DoRR1AN-Edwards quite a quiet fellow with nice brown hair:
He's a welcome addition to company anywhere.
DOMINIC FONZI-DOllllHlC is always cheerful and gay,
He has a quirky smile for each new day.
.ION FRIIQDMAN-As a friend jon is really the best:
This boy is able to pass any test.
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ZoLA HOROVITZ-Z0l3 is now rated as a classy reader,
Some day he'll 'be a distinguished leader.
ALLAN KATZ-If we have a day that's dark and dreary,
Allan will come and make it cheery.
WALTER LowMAN-Walter is surely a jolly little man,
Who's always ready to help whenever he can.
DAN MALONEY-Danny is without a -fancy or whimg
His favorite period is spent in swim.
HENRY MARTIN-Although Henry is a little short-
Don't worry girls, he's a regular sport. .
HERBERT MAYER-On the football team Herbert's sure on the beam:
And with his classmates he's held in high esteem.
joIIN ScRo--johnny's a pal as sincere as one can find,
There aren't too many of this chap's kind.
CHARLES RYAN-Tall and sharp we rate our Chuckie,
And in sports he is surely lucky.
DAVID WEIssBERG-David Weissberg is full of personality and poise,
He's surely climbing above the rest of the boys.
Ladies of "The Tempest"
SONDRA CHESTER-If you're sick and need a nurse to hold your hand,
We think Sondra Chester would be just grand.
NANCY CH1LLcoTT-Nancy's a girl you can't pass byg
She's always catching somebody's eye.
BARBARA CUSHINGA-Barbara Cushing is bound to claim
A section in the hall of fame.
CAROLINE FAULDS-Though Caroline seems very shy,
We all notice that gleam in her eye.
Lols Fox-Radiant, happy, gentle and kind,
Are the thoughts about Lois we have in mind.
BETTY GOLD-Cheerful is the smile of Betty Goldg
T'hat's her guarantee from getting old.
MARY GREGovITs-When Mary is given something hard to do, '
She'll settle right down and see it through.
VIRGINIA HARRIS-Ginny Harris is always full of life-
She's certain to make a cute little wife.
JANET HOPKINS-Janet is gentle and small,
For her one can easily fall.
WANDA KWAPINSKI-Wanda is planning a secretarial career,
We all know her to be most sincere.
ANNA MARIE LAVRA-EVCT ready with a witty remark,
Anna Marie's as happy as a lark.
RUTH LEDERSTEIN-Ruth is friendly, kind and sincereg
For her future success, none of us fear.
REBA NIARTIN-lQ6l73.'S just as cute as they come,
She's always ready to laugh and have fun.
NIARY RON'1LlE.AiIf you need a friend in which to confide.
You'll find Mary right by your side.
FAY1-: RUHlN7lXllJ5t girls are so very nice, but we have proof to show.
Our Faye IS one of the best, and that we want you to know.
,Il-IANNETTE SHELTON+lI1 choosing Z1 wardrolze .Ieannette can surely fitg
But with her classmates she's already a hit.
ROI5ERTfX ROSENSON--fxltlliltlgll Rolmerta's a girl so full of fun.
She still can get her homework done.
OnEssA XVn.r.1AMs-Odessa is a sweet and quiet little lass,
But one of the best in our entire class.
ROCIIIiLI.Ii h7OUNG--R0CllCll6 brings laughter wherever she goes:
"Chickie'! is wonderful, everyone knows,
NIARY JYANE Ross-fBeautiful and quiet is Mary 'lane Ross.
VVhen she gets married, who do you think will be Iboss?
PIIYLLIS LEVY-Phyllis is a girl with lots of pepg
In sewing and dancing she's always in step.
LAST XVILI. OF ROOM 352
Full of knowledge, pep, and fun
Remember this class of fifty-one.
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Teaelier . ,, , Miss l.eila Rupp
Presiqlent . ,. blames l.1lllgCl'
Yiee l'1'esifle11t 1 . . Howarcl Smith
Secretary . , ,. ,, . 1 Mary litlllll
'llI'CZlSlll'Cl' 1 . , 1 .Earl Blarviii
lfurewmcl Represeiitative , . Charlotte Cohen
Sturlent cillllllL'll Represeiitative. A 1 1 ., ,Rita Gurclmi
First Row-Anthony Marbella, Patrick Verone, David Schreiber, Ivan Port, Earl Marvin,
Second Row-Grace Saunder, Barbara Wakefield, Nancy Rausch, Helen Cutone, Mary
Bonn, Florence Gulyasy, Mary Jane Sunaga, Earline Marvin, Mamie Chaenkwok
Third Row-George Hardt, Delores Maglere, Howard Smith, Vivien Thayer, Gaylord Yost,
Phyliss Marcosky, Corrine Canter, Jean Bellini, Margie Toth
Fourth Row-Ronald Rosenberg, David Roberts, Robert Wohlfarth, Richard Sander,
john Appelby, Leo Dym, Richard Rosenzweig, Gilbert Piesakoff, James Langar,
-IOIIN :Xl'l'1.1-im'-lfui' his work i11 Scope Chili this young lllilll is k11m1'11:
Always in meeting people his courteriiis lllElllllCl'lS showii.
JEAN 151-:1.1.1N1-A11 active M.M.M. 111e111l1er is our pretty .lezmg
VVurki11g for Miss AlL'KlllllCj' every clay she is 56611.
lWARY HONNM-Mary is gracioiis. charmiiig, sweet:
A more capable classmate is hard to meet.
CORINNIC CANT1-iRf'l'l1is cha1'111i11g miss callecl Cookie is quite an active gal:
ln l".T.,'X. ancl Service Cluh she is everyhocly's pal.
lVlAMlli Cimi-:NK11'o1i ---f .-Xs a Majorette Mamie has heen a se11satiu113
However. teaching is her chosen vocation.
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CHARLOTTE COHEN-Charlotte is our graceful dancing star
Whose fame will reach both near and ifar.
HELEN CUTONE-GTHCCfUl, vivacious. with plenty of zest,
In athletic activities Helen rates with the best.
LEO DYM-This young man is our class witg
On every subject he will add his bit.
RITA GORDON-MiSS Gordon bequeaths her capital-lettered plaque
With pointers for know-'how for those who lack.
FLORENCE GULYASY-One of Miss Steiner's greats we hailg
For Florence is truly our nightingale.
GEORGE HARDT-GE'0fgC,S simple melody is "Charming Heart":
Tell me, girls, wouldn"t you -buy him at any record mart?
EMERY KIRICH-To remember E-mery, we all have reason,
For he scored the lone tally of the football season.
JAMES LANGER-Jimmy is our talented calendar artistg
For a lcareer in science 'he's trying his hardest.
DOLORES MAGLERE-Upon pretty Dolores one can really dependg
Her art work her friends do highly recommend.
ANTHONY MARBELLA-I,lt1l6 Boy Blue's among the children in Miss Rupp's shoeg
He blows his trumpet so loudly, she doesn't know what to do.
PHYLLIS MARCOSKY-Phyllis is loveable, pretty, and sweety
She's pleasant to all wherever they meet.
EARL MARVIN-As a cook our Earl is really supremeg
He believes he's the lbetter half of the Marvin team.
EARLINE MARVIN-If something calls for talent, depend upon Earline,
W'hose ability and skill can most easily 'be seen.
GILBERT PEISAKOFF-Little pitchers have big earsg
Gil rdoesn't say much, but everything 'he hears.
IVAN PORT-Here's the lad with the yen to roam,
Remem-ber, Itchy, there's no place like home.
N.kNCY RAUSCH-Our Nancy with the laughing eyes
Is a friend we'll always prize.
DAVID ROBERTS-DHVG has managed to carve his name
In the Allderdice athletic hall of fame.
RONALD ROSENBERG-iS the one of whom you often 'hearg
He 'has been named the best player of the year.
RICHARD ROSENZWEIG-VVhether as Council president or as a camera-clicking guy
Richard kept an amiable balance in everything he'd try.
RICHARD SANDER-Handsome Dick, our track ace,
Is hard to beat in any race.
GRACE SAUNDERS-Tiny Grace someday a nurse will make,
Her smile alone would cure any tummy ache.
DAVID SCHREIBER-T0 sing a song of sixpence our Dave is qualifiedg
His work in our school Choir is reason for real pride.
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XIICRA SIDBICRRY-'l'o the M.M.BI. Yera's been a helpful addition:
Slie's looking forward to the work of being a mortician.
llowARo SMITH-Howard the Silent iust never says a word:
Unless he's sure his statement with the truth is m accord.
AIARY 'IANIC Sl'NAoA-Uiniplerl Mary .lane always willingly does her work-H
Able and dependably-just never known to shirk.
YIVIAN 'llllAYliRf-Cllilflll and intelligence here go hand in hand.
For Yiv's talents 'ire munerous as grains of sand.
lNlARGARl"'l' 'll0'l'llff.At Kliss Klercer's piano NIargie's constantly been sccn
Playing scores and scores of music. so calm and so serene.
l'ATiuck X'lcRRoNic-efllekl make a swell Curlilocks if he'd bleach his hair:
But the sunshine of his smile you can't match anywhere.
BARBARA YVAKICFIlil,llfrSllC'S small, but remember one of the old adages-
Good things come in little packages.
ALAN XVINGARD-'All excellent organist for our well known Group A,
Alan's perseverance for him will win a way.
Romcxcr Won1,1fARTu-lle's R-roving, O-bservant. ll-oisterous,
He's I2-nergetic, R-eliable, T-errific-He's Robert.
GAYl.0RlJ Y0s'r-The class raises three cheers for Gaylord Yost.
VVho's been the self-appointed 358 host.
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I'm glad I decided to keep a scrapbook in this, the biggest and fullest school
year I've had, but I'm only sorry that I can't pin or paste into these pages
feelings and thrills I've had during it. How can I put down on paper the glow
from pride as well as all-over warmth I felt at the big bonfire? Is there a word
to describe the feeling one gets when he finally realizes that he is a senior, and
thinks of the thrills and obligations that go with it? How could I put into black
and white the horror I felt along with the rest of the audience when we saw the
bandage on Pete l3lock's arm grow larger every time he appeared on stage dur-
ing the senior class play? The hours of toil spent on that demon, the senior
theme, are only memories now. But the feeling and pride I will always recall
without any difficulty is the thrill of my graduation night.
MAKING SLIP COVERS
HORNE SEWING COUNCIL
Miss Charlotte Bailey
Miss Florence Bechtel
Mrs. Margaret Bush
Mrs. Betty Kane
Miss Irene Miskin
MISS BECHTEL'S SERVING GROUP I II I
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First Row-Macy Stein, Albert Palmer, Bernard Borenstein, Carl Prinzler, Norman Mozeik
Second Row-Judy Rosenberg, Dolores Vargo, Sylvia Moiseenko, Margie Griffith, Thelma
Lynne Warden, Rita Binenkorb, Eva Berger, Dolores Weiner, Sandra Mervis, Rhoda
Third Row-Paul Levison, joseph Trattner, Patsy Unger, Norma Simon, Audrey Mayer,
Barbara Eskofier, Caroline Emery, Jane Stinson, Milton Wolf, Richard Bilby
Fourth Row-Thomas Gallagher, jack Ostrosky, Jerry Rosenberg, Larry Cuban, jerry
Rosenfeld, Lovemond Lewis, Richard Hulme, Jack DeBroff
12ditor's note: VVhile Mr. Stu Dent has been on his extended
vacation at Allderdice. his column has been written there. More
specifically, it emanates from the 361 Club, which is the favorite
haunt of the 'elite T.A.H.S. student.
The annex imobsters who tried to
assassinate President joseph Trattner
have been found and were taken into
custody by the haill patrol under the
guidance of Special Investigator Do-
lores Weiner. The president is cur-
rently 'being guarded by secret service
man Paul Levison, who became fa-
mous as the president's right hand
man in Senior Discussion.
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Coach Sam Blitz has disclosed that
mobsters tried to bribe Gerald Quinlan
and Carl Prinzler, two members of his
"36l Bombers" of the Intramural
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Contemplating becoming teachers, if
the much needed pay raise ever ma-
terializes, are Rhoda Benjamin and
Rita Binenkorb, both of F.T.A.
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Food dealers jerry Rosenberg, man-
ager of Community Super Markets,
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and Albert Palmer, manager of the
Thorofare food chain, have been
prominent in donating food for liu-
4- we it
MJC. at the 361 Club is "Uncle
Milty" Wolf who also has his own
clarinet act. His latest discovery is
Bernard Borenstein who plays the
-trumpet and gives golf lessons on t-he
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Famous entertainers at the 361 Club
are singer Mary tliiartinj Lou Smith
who washes her hair during each per-
formance, and dancer Barbara Esko-
fier who borrows Moira Sliearer's red
shoes for her act.
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Lynne Warden, wiho received her
training in the A 'Cappella Choir, has
been engaged to perform daily at the
wk :ff :sf
Strong' contender to represent the
US. in the Olympic diving competi-
tion is .Nllderdice ace Macy Stein.
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Representing the type setters union
at negotiations during the recent shut-
down was Tom Gallagher. .Xnother
union man, Norman Mozeik, is presi-
dent of the local stage crew union 361.
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Because of their fine orations in
Senior Discussion, it has been rumored
that Richard DeBroff and Sandra
Mervis are planning to become poli-
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l bumped into Larry Cuban yester-
day. As you know, Mr. Cuban is cur-
rently being hailed for his perform-
ance in "Out of the Frying Pan." With
him was Judy Rosenberg, his charming
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Gerald Rosenfeld hasn't been seen
around the 361 Club lately because of
his excursions all over the city to
round up props for the class play.
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Patsy Unger, well known jewelry
store executive, has on exhibition in
her store original pieces of jewelry by
Norma Simon and Richard Hulme.
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Helping to 'fill t-he gap in the library
after Mrs. McMickle retired were
Sylvia Moiseenko and Dolores Vargo,
two 'hard working members of the
student library staff.
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The new store front for l.ittle's Shoe
Store was designed by architect Julius
Finegold in connection with jane Stin-
son who advised :him concerning the
wants of the employees.
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Caroline Emery, Eva Berger and
Marge Griffith, because of their train-
ing in F.N..'X. and M.lN'l.M., were able
-to administer first aid to students who
suffered frost bite during the recent
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Jack Ostrosky, vice president of
Frank and Seder's store, has arranged
for gowns designed by Ethel Marko-
vitz, accomplished clothing student, to
be displayed in the store.
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Trying out for the Pirates are
Donald Ball and Richard Bilby who
became famous as pitcher and out-
fielder, respectively, for the Hazel-
ff .ak K
Audrey Mayer, wh-o got her start in
F.li.l..A., now has a line of beauty
shops. Her chief beautician is Love-
mond Lewis, famous hair stylist.
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First Row-James Connors, Michael Watso, Raymond Blackham, james Bowen
Second Row-Maxine Jones, Margery Williams, Ilene McG1inn, Nancy Amdur, Patty
Bergant, Ettie Weiner, Patricia Whittaker, Ruth Feldstein, Zelda Bergad
Third Row-Mary Urban, Julia Weryha, Ursula Corsale, Mary jean Schmidt, Irene Balas,
Mary Louise Miller, Gilda Fuss, Thomas Hendricks, James Wohlfarth
Fourth Row-Leo Campbell, Harvey Freeman, John Gandy, Morton Goldblatt, Joseph
Epstein, Ripley Armstrong, Raymond Melzer, Wayne Galbraith, Robert Fleming
Oh what the walls of 365 have seen!
All kinds of kids, short, tall, fat, and lean.
If these walls should come to life someday,
They'd tell all they know, and here's what they'd say:
XVe've seen much in our lifetime, it is true,
Enough to make our facts all go askew.
But these are real truths, not merely lore,
So if you'll follow along, we promise not to bore.
Many brought to the room joy and laughter.
L00 Ca11zpbcII'.v warm smile we'll remember ever after.
Jay Baguet, the funny boy of the class.
Kept in good spirits each lad and lass.
While James lfVo11Ifnrfl1, with every joke and pun,
Gave to the room both joy and fun.
There's never a dull moment when Ruth Feldstciwis aroundg
VVith her cheer and clever wit, for success she is bound.
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The weather may change, and the prices may, too,
But some things will always be, 'till the stars become few.
Times may be good, or times may be bad,
But Raymond M elzer will always be an easy-going lad.
Always fashionably dressed and with vests oh so loud,
To be a friend of Mort Goldblatt anyone would be proud.
Vivacious Nancy Aindur has more sparkle than a bubble
But alas, she's forever in some new kind of trouble.
Sociable and well liked in every way,
Ettie Weiner always -has something to say.
Epstein will always be without a foe,
For he's liked by all, and is a real good joe.
That Ursula Corsale is tops we'll always agree,
She'll reach real success, just wait and see.
In whatever Irene Bala.: might do or say,
She's always a sincere person in every way.
Robert Fleining's another who holds our respectg
Always diligent and conscientious, no work will he
Marvin Maskowitz, unselfishly will always lend,
And will go out of his way for any friend.
Jane Urban, a city girl as her name implies,
Has as many friends as there are stars in the skies.
lean Schmidt is always considerate in every way,
Her presence in t-he room added pleasure each day
Another great member of this outstanding class,
Is Mary Louise Miller, an admirable lass.
A nicer girl than Julia Weryha is hard to find,
She has a gay personality and a sharp, keen mind.
With strawberry blonde hair and an air quiet and sweet,
Pat Whittaker will be liked by whomever she'll meet.
A newcomer to our class is Zelda Bergad,
Who always wears a smile and is never sad.
First we'll tell of this outstanding resident,
Ray Blackharn, the 'homeroom's magnificent president,
Who, along with Michael Watso, 'helped the swimming
The championship title once again.
Another good sport with talents we'll expose,
Is Tom Hendrix, whose golfing equals a pro's.
.lim C onners, too, is an athlete quite grandg
His football playing is the best in the land.
Dick Gross is another who makes the pigskin fly,
A good sport, and great pal-we all love the guy.
Ripley Armstrong's always there to cheer on the teamg
With his -blue eyes and blond hair, he's any girl's dream.
Running, high hurdles, and the 100 yard dash
Are covered by Harvey Freeman in the speed of a flash.
Found in this room whose structure we form
Are many with talents high above the norm.
Some day, no doubt, a museum wall will claim
A painting by John Gandy, an artist of fame.
Another great artist to be mentioned in this ditty
Is Gilda Fnss, better known as Gitty.
Georgia Harris has ability hard to beat,
For her arts and crafts skill is quite a feat.
'Master Musician' is a title given iby popular choice
To Wayne Galbraith, the organist with the golden voice.
Another A Cappella Choir member through the years
Is Jaines Bowen, whose singing brings pleasure to the ears.
Speaking of voices of exceptional tone,
Margie Williams could melt even the coldest stone.
At cooking and baking Eileen M cGlynn takes the prizeg
If you've met her you'll know, she's as sweet as her pies.
Patty Bergant is a girl of the highest esteemg
She can sew any dress from seam to seam.
Maxine Jones is a dancer with grace and poiseg
Her personality and beauty attract all the boys.
Before we walls grow quiet once more,
We want to shout one last thing from ceiling to floor.
This message comes from each and every homeroom member'
"Miss Geist has been wonderful, we'll never forget her!"
And now we are finding it hard to speak, for we've used up our time.
So as we turn back to plaster we'll 'bring an end to t-his rhyme.
"All that glitters is not gold."-In jewelry
"We will answer all things faithfully."-On every test
"My cake is dough."-Cecy Cohen
Make haste, the better foot beforef'--Down the aisle at graduation
"Eating the 'bitter bread of banishment."-After you've been caught hooking
"Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown."-Joe Trattner
VVinding up days with toil and nights with sleep."-Working on themes
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President ...,........ ......,........., W illiam Amos
Vice President ...., ..,..... , Carl Paxton
Secretary .......,.4.................,. ....... N ancy Ferrucci
Treasurer .....,......A...,.,...,,...... . .,.,,., Margaret Sikora
Foreword Representative ....,........,. 4i............. llf Iona Leff
Student Council Representative ..,.,. .i....... E linor Stein
Any information leading to the apprehension of the former inmates of 372
please forward to Miss Brennan or trustees:
Headed by Miss Brennan is Room 3725
She has helped us through each day 'tis true
For when wanted she has always been near
To give us advice both helpful and sincere.
First Row-Russell Stewart, Ted Segiel, George Sorg, Carl Paxton, Edward Kranick
Second Row-Elinor Stein, joan Phifer, Betty Stefanie, Rhea Cimino, Mona Leff, Donna
Mattes, Freda Scherb, Audrey Koss, Carole Closky, Alberta De Landro
Third Row-Miss Brennan, Anna Marie Tkac, Maryanne McCarthy, Margaret Sikora,
Helen Davis, Loretta Wolititch, Joan Worgan, Mary Washington, Nancy Ferrucci,
Fourth Row-George Geminder, Charles Diller, Donald Siviy, George Pasko, Bill Amos,
Sanford Pollack, Albert Furedy, Allan Hersh, Bernard Bloch, Donald Scandrol
BILL AMOS is our pres, who leads each lad and lassg
With his brains and personality he is at the head of the class.
CARL PAXTON-Our little veep's humor makes him a friend at will:
So remember our great leader who is often called "Bill."
NANCY FERRUCCI-To our dark-eyed secretary we give our admirationg
-This is one girl we know will be a plain sensation.
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JOAN WORGAN-Here is this girl Joan of whom the boys are fon
She is a good example of a very stunning blonde.
THEODORE SEGIEL-A basketball player as terrific as Ted,
"There'll never be one finer," is often said.
MARYANNE MCCARTHY-Quite attractive with a friendly gift
And a charming manner that will give you a lift.
CHARLES DILLER-Chuck the terrific tenor of 372,
With looks and ambition-all quite true.
BERNARD BLOCH-A swell guy like Buzzy Bloch is hard to find
A wonderful fellow with a brilliant mind.
GEORGE SORG-A tall, good-looking likeable lad.
For him success is certain to be had.
HELEN DAVIS- -Her smile is ever charming, her manner ever gay
In sports she'll be remembered until we all get gray.
FREDA SCHERB-If you're in the mood for fun,
You'll find our Freddie's just the one.
FELIX BOAKE-Three cheers to our track star Felix Boake.
He'll win in the end and that's no joke.
RHEA CIMINO-A pair of sparkling eyes and a nose with an upw
If this is what is wanted, then Rhea's just the thing.
GEORGE GEMINDER-A guy for whom the girls all seem to fall
They answer to his every beck and call.
AUDREY KOSS-A cute Future Nurse like Audrey Koss,
Her graduation means the C1ufb's loss.
ALBERT FUREDY--A mechanical artist named Al
Is a good friend as well as a pal.
JOAN PHIFER-joan with such a lovely sweet voice
Will make some college choir her choice.
ANNA MARIE TKAC-A willing worker, a leader too,
Friends like her are very few.
ALLEN HERSH-A fellow as versatile as any can -be,
He's one who does everything from A to Z.
RUSSELL STEWART-A swimming star like our handsome Russ,
The champ of our pool who always won for us.
SANFORD POLLACK--Sandy rates an A as to looksg
He's bound for Tech and lots of books.
LORETTA WOLITITCH-Blonde, blue-eyed, just a lot of fun,
Loretta is liked by everyone.
MARGARET SIKORA-Margie is active, also sweet,
As class treasurer she'll never be beat.
ELINOR STEIN-Elinor is pretty and so full of lifeg
She'll make a good nurse and an ideal wife.
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BETTY STEFANIC--Beauty and hrains are a rare combination,
But Betty proves they are not on the ration.
MONA LEFFfOur Mona is a dancer divine:
You'll find her on her toes almost anytime.
GEORGE lJ.'XSKCJ4SlTll1ClJI16 as quiet yet active in his way.
Our George is as pleasant as a sun-shining day.
MARY XVASHINGTONfAnother girl so good in sports and games.
A person who will succeed in athletic aims.
ALBERTA Del..-XNDRO--One as alert and husiness-like as she can he
Alberta is sure to make a 'hit at stenography.
CAROL CLOSKY-wShe likes good music and good hooks. too:
There's nothing for you she won't try to do.
ROBERT LEYINMA writer and a draniat as well.
XVith his enthusiasm he will excel.
EDVVARD KRANICK-'The laughing hoy of 372
Always has a joke for me and you.
DONALD SCANDROL-Don is always seen ice skating:
His voice, too, shows he has a top rating.
DONNA NTATTES-Donna is a "Jill" of every tradeg
Her charm and dancing skill will never fade.
DONALD SIYIY-One good at sports and photography.
A good-natured fellow is Don Siviy.
XVe're the stars of this graduating year!
XX'e will always he XV.-XNTED, so never fear.
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Teeps from Ll Jlffodern Tepys
First Row-Paul Zweig, Paul Toberg, Sam Trust, Marvin Leiber, Dale Horelick
Second Row-Sally Blatnica, Arlene Oberheim, Jacqueline Schweinberg, Barbara Forrest,
Mr. Roller, Philip Balk, Mary Kathryn Moseley, Barbara Samberg, Mona Katz,
Third Row-Jewell Vargo, Donna Price, Mary Jean Sholock, Esther Levin, Ann Fried-
man, Sonya Daktor, Florence Greenberg, Barbara Olbum, Cynthia Aberman, Natalie
Solof, Vivien Shapera
Fourth Row-Allan Schneirov, Harvey Breverman, Herbert Sachs, Mike Chirigos, Tom
Caloyer, Robert Smith, Neiman Cohn, Joe Fineberg, Allan Skirboll, Arnold Gerson
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President ..,.,........,. .,,...,.,. B arbara Forrest
Vice President ,,.,.., ......., M ike Chirigos
Secretary ...,.,..l,...,. ,..,..,.,.. ....... ll 4 ary Moseley
Treasurer .,.,....,.....,...,.,......,...,....., .......... P hilip Balk
Foreword Representative .............,, ..,.., M ona Katz
Student Council Representative, ,.,,.l,.,....l...l.,. .....,. ,.,.,l,,.....l N a talie Solof
Unduly influenced by my senior English class and my contact with the
Diary of Samuel Pepys, I have ta-ken my home-room of 451 back to those
olden days. It is said that a leopard never changes its spots, I found my home-
room classmates 'doing exactly what they would be doing today, only, of course,
on a much older edition.
A Modern Pepys of 451
A School Day
June 12, 1651
T'he clock doth strike fifteen minutes to nine. I 'hear his royal highness.
Monarch Charles Roller, oheck t-he roll of :his subjects.
The fair-haired Mary Kathryn Moseley approaches the platform and be-
gins the day with an appr-opriate reading from the Bible.
However, before she can begin, Allan Skirboll, late as usual, enters the
sacred ohamber of 451 proclaiming that the alarm clock . . . I mean . . . the
townbells have rung late.
Following him is Tom Caloyer with the excuse tha-t, after remaining up
late to view the bear-baiting contests, he was not able to rise on time for school.
After the ceremony of opening exercises, several students hurry to get
early dismissals, a habit -whic-h 'hath never changed.
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The room actress, blonde and cute Flo Greenberg, hopes that her excuse
to the town physician enables her to see the current play, Hamlet, featured
with none other than the -heartthrob of the day, David Garrick, at the King's
Our sports lover, A1 Schneirov, prays his dismissal entitles him to see the
opening of the cock fights.
Esther Levin, prominent flute player, dreams of hearing an oratorio by
Purcell, swoon-king of the silk-stockings ffuture bob-by-soxersj.
The shrill sound of tihe bell echoes through the 'halls and indicates the
approach of first period. In the annexed portion of the second floor, Hilda
Abramovitz and Barbara Samberg are patrolling the halls, gunpowder and
flintlocks in hand.
In physics class, Jackie Schweinberg is ardently burning Sir Isaac New-
ton's new-found theories on a tiger skin to win an "A,"
During second period, a senior English class finds the rise of modern
prose discussed profusely by the room filibuster. Phil Balk.
Babs Forrest, our class president, -has just received an "A" on her eco-
nomics theme, entitled, "Taxation without Representation."
Current events is the topic of the third period history class. Leader of
the discussion is amiable Florence Popp.
Versatile Mike Chirigos, -who can talk about anything, speaks on Leeu-
wenhoek's discovery of bacteria.
Galileo's discovery of the telescope is Arlene Oberheim's topic.
The group is interrupted. -however, by the arrival of the town crier with
the daily bulletin, carried by Marv Lieber, announcing that one of the King's
officials -has been beheaded and quartered at the block. This means that his
head will be on exhibit after school.
All of a sudden Sam Trust blows the bugle announcing lunch.
Partaking of a dish of marrow-bones and a leg of mutton is Buzzy Cohn.
Joe Fineberg, however, prefers a lighter dish of anchovies and three
pullets-not too filling for such a strong lad as he.
Patrolling the lunchroom with great zeal, I see Vivien Shapera with three
brooms and Herbie Sachs with two brushes.
Next spending fourth period jumping over obstacles and hurdles is Paul
Zweig, wfhile Paul Toberg swims up and down the pool.
Also using their athletic abilities in the girls' gym, are Mona Katz and
Since this is an age of conversation, Cynthia Aberman and Natalie Solof
are, as usual, practicing t-his ant fifth period at the architectural structure known
as the Wall.
Nearby sketching the two girls are the room artists Bob Smith and Barbara
Rapidly signing her name and F.T.A. to the 451 activities board for sixth
period is Ann Friedman. The rest of the class gasps in amazement. Who ever
heard of a woman teacher before?
Meanwhile the famous portrait-painter, Harvey Breverman, has just com-
pleted his beautiful canvas of Jewell Vargo w-ho is destined to become the
model for the future "Vargo Girl."
Edith Kann, at the Discussion 'Club gat-hering, is leading the conversation
which deals wi-th the duel of water pistols between Dale Horelick and Arnold
Gerson over a lock of Sonya Daktor's hair.
Gerrie Young applies make-up .to the sevent-h period Dramatic English
class. while Mary jane Sholock and Donna Price, who are always looking for
a ride, depart for home in a 1660 Cadillacron carriage.
VVith school out and everyone on his way home, I shall come back to the
present. I hope you have enjoyed our little,trip in-to the past.
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Teacher .,,..., .,...... ...,.. M rs. Elizabeth Porter
President ,.,,,....,.,.. ...,............... T ed Fischer
Vice President ...... ...,,. R iclhard Adelsheim
Secretary ...........4,........,...... .....4,..,...,.... S heila Goldman
Treasurer ......r....rr,...,.....,...........,.. .,..... S tephen Passamaneck
Foreword Representative ,..........,...... ,,...,. R ichard Adelsheim
Student Council Representative A.....,.,....,.......,...,...,.,...........,.. Louise Lichter
. We'rie a good room, so look for us, my friend:
We're a good r-oom 'on whicrh to depend.
We've talent, ambition, an-d 'brains to boot
We'll each use them in a future pursuit,
With such a group ist's easy to see
That for future success we each have the key.
Mrs. Ponter leads our motley crew,
She's the toast of 466, t,hat's true.
First Row-Irwin Foster, Ermand Buocina, Howard Young, Steve Passamaneck, joseph
Second Row-Lorraine Steinberg, Louise Lichter, Elicia Miller, Selma Adler, Ted Fischer,
Sheila Goldman, Felice Azen, Rita Meyer, Joan Pretter, Marlene Sherman
Third Row-Edmund Sabo, Patty Goldberg, Adrienne Alderman, Fern Little, Judy Reicher,
Mrs. Porter, Marianne Furedy, Sarah Rosenfeld, Natalie Solof, Stuart Michaelson
Fourth Row-Robert Sabo, Charles Piper, Francis Knable, Joseph Summerville, Joseph
Kleiman, Arthur Spiegel, Alan Snyder, Richard Adelsheim, Jimmy Miller
Ted Fischer-"You can be sure" of Teddy-always able, always ready,
As class president, we're proud to claim this resident.
Richard Adelsheim-"For a treat instead of a treatment" our Richie's the one
Adelslieim has everything-vim, vigor, vice-presidency.
Sheila Goldman-Our "happy-go-lucky" mate who's ready to enter at Penn Stateg
Class secretary is this gal-really a rtruly reliable pal.
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Stephen Passamaneck-"Duz does everything" 'but Steve does more and finds
nothing a dull choreg
Treasurer Steve is on the -beam as manager of the football team.
Felice Azen-"Lovely to look at" is true of this lass
Who as Journal editor represented the June class.
Heinz Sirkin-Of more than "57 varieties,', Heinz on paper can treatg
With paint and brush 'he just can't be beat.
Louise Lichter-The girl who "hits the spot," whose personality makes her
presence sougfhtg -
A pretty girl, smart as a whip-her face could launch just any ship.
Elicia Miller-"I..S.M.F.T." in our book has a meaning different-
Lissy Surely Means Fine Talent-at dancing she's certain to trap a gallant.
Rita Meyer-"Seeing is believing," w-hen you see 'her you'll agree.
She is just the cutest thing this side of Tennessee.
Sarah Rosenfeld-Sarah certainly "rings the -bell"3 everyone agrees she's really
A graciou-s lady, very nice-get acquainted is good advice.
james Miller-"Sweetest music this side of heaven," he's been a winner since
he was seveng
Lombardo has nothing on this guyg his talent and 'looks make the girls
Alan Platt-"Dollar f-or dollar" you can't beat Platt w-hose charming smile never
leaves you flat,
His 'height's an asset admired by all-not too short, not too tall.
Judith Reicher-We'd "walk a mile" to meet this lass with plenty of charm
and so much classg
With figure, oh, so very trim, s'he'1l catch the eye of every him.
Stuart Michaelson-"Greater length" describes our Stu whose fame in sports
is nothing new,
just can't mention all ihe's done, who on each team is number one.
Mathilda Weisberg-"Best friend we ever had" with personality to make
A girl of the athletic kind-in any sport quite a find.
Joseph Summerville-A "man of distinction," 'his name is Joeg for him almost
any girl would go:
Of him 466 is quite proud and gives acclaim 'both long and loud.
Lorraine Steinberg-"Best of them all"-what a doll-
Student Council was part of her w-orkg but not a job did -this bom-bshell
Joan Pretter-"Smile of beauty" is owned by Joanie w-hose pleasant smile is
Sweetest girl in our class, -truly an unforgettable lass.
Howard Young-"Get thin-gs done in half t-he time" is 'his motto in any rhymeg
Efficient is this Mr. Young wihos-e praises here are sung.
Fern Little-"You like her and she likes you"-that is Fern through and
VVith her lovely voice s'he'll go far, in music circles she'll be a s-tar.
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Alan Snyder-Our "look sharp" guy whom girls won't pass byg
VVith a most engaging way he makes friends every day.
Joseph Kleiman-"Put your confidence" in 'Toe-the fellow whois always in
VVl1ateve1' the subject may be, he has answers one, two, three.
Arthur Spiegel--"A perfect combination" of brains and looks-he stands quite
high in our booksg
In Band A he plays a part and wins each la'dy,s loving heart.
Robert and Edmund Sabo-"Look to Sabo for perfection"-it's found in their
These two boys with the same last name are headed for fortune and
Patricia Goldberg-"Famous the world over" our Pat will beg an Oscar she'll
get from Academy,
VVhen on the stage she appears, she rouses both laughter and tears.
Marianne Furedy-"First -of the finest"-fthat's Marianne, a very ardent golf-
Quite an athletic girl, yet gives the boys quite a w-hirl.
Joseph Lebovitz-"T-here's nothing finer" than our boy joe, if asked to do
something, never says, "No."
For never letting one down, Joe has won himself renown.
Adrienne Alderman-"There's an Adrienne in our future"-is quite trueg for
'her merit is due-
She's a chic little blonde of whom we're very fond.
Marlene Sherman-To "get the best," itis Marlene two to one, a lovely athlete
s-o full of fung
Active in Senior Leaders too-an All-American through and throng-h.
Selma Adler-"Remember -that name," in journalism is sure to win fameg
As a reportorial star sl1e'll be able to go quite far.
Howard Freedman-Can do "everything under the sun." this intelligent chap
who's loads of fung
Brains and personality to match-for some girl a lucky catch.
Charles Piper-"If you live -to be a hundred" you'll never meet anot-her Chas-
VVho possesses every trait that Peter Lawford has.
Irwin Foster--VVith the "proudest name" in 466, Irwin 'has helped our crowd
Personality above the best-longer remembered than all the rest.
Ermand Buccina-With mot-t-o "A, B. C."-always be cheerful, t-hat is he-
Always on the ball, the joy of all,
Francis Knable-"We want" charming Francis-girls all cast admiring glances:
Nice to everv sin le one-bubbling over with vim and fun.
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First Row-Sylvia Pearl, Marcia Perlman, Jean Danovitz, Barbara Shulman, Louise
Cosentino, Rose Pale
Second Row-Shirley Cohen, Marilyn Cohen, John Barclay, Joyce Supowitz, Rhoda Barnett,
Norman Podolsky, Mr. Caye, Myron Goldberg, Betty Scaveriel, Zaneta Weitz
Third Row-john Chioda, Frank Noah, Frances Kochin, Paula Levine, Sandra Shapera,
Betty Goldberg, Isabel Miller, Phyllis Cohen, Beverly Goss, Seema Deakter, Leona
Goldberg, Jack Patterson
Fourth Row-jack Bodenheimer, Lawrence Grotstein, Robert Schienle, Michael Lisak,
Alvin Erd, Milton Carb, Irving Ash, Sanford Haffner, Myron Harris
Teacher ....,.....,.. ...,...... .....,. M r . Edward J. Caye
President ....A..,.., ,.,... N orman Podolsky
Vice President ...... ,.,.....,, R hoda Barnett
Secretary ...,........,.....,.......,. ....... I oyce Supowitz
Treasurer ............................. ,....,.... L eah Cohen
Foreword Representative ,,r...,.,...... .,....., R hoda Barnett
Student Council Representative .....,...,...,.,.,.....,............,...,..,..,. John Barclay
We remember, we remember, the room where we did stay-
The teacher, Mr. Caye, and the kids so smart and gay.
NV e remember, we remember, the school we loved so well
The lunchroom, the flagpole, the ring of the 'closing bell.
Here's a remembrance for each of us
That best describes the fbest in us.
He's gay and friendly that is why
We'll always remember this wonderful guy!
John's our scientific brain, in activities galoreg
Brilliant and sincere he's ever ready to do any chore.
Remember Rhoda who sings like a bird, we're always proud when she is heard,
She's willing to undertake any task, with good looks too, what more could
John Bodenheimer t
Six feet tall, blue eyes, and wavy hair,
This handsome senior is quite beyond compare.
.Here's a boy who doesn't strive for 'much attention,
But within the heart of everyone he deserves high mention.
Good things come in packages small 3
John's no exception, 'he'll 'be remembered by all!
We'll always remember our treasurer who took our last dime,
She was clever, witty, yet capable all of the time.
At math a whiz, at French the sameg
This charming senior will make a name.
She's remembered for her gaiety, she's noted for her fung
So if you're looking for a sport, Shirley is just the one.
Louise is a master of the palette and the brush,
She has plenty of vim and vigor, yet never seems to rush.
Lovely to look at, delightful to know with brains to equal her beauty
We all respect this pert young blonde who always does her duty.
This active, vivacious cheerleader will live in the annals of fame,
She helped make every athletic event a well-remembered game.
Remember Alvin, a boy who's really grandg
Whenever there was work to 'be done, he always gave a hand.
A girl with curly brown hair whose voice is sweet and low,
One whom we'll always remember as the years come and go.
Pretty as a picture, popular and gay,
We'll remember Leona forever and a day.
In personality our "Brother" leads the rest,
This charming Casanova is remembered for his zest!
Her many activities would make a long list,
There's not a single one this talented girl has missed.
Remember our 'basketball hero? Larry surely earned some fame,
As stand-out player, all around lad, Larry will someday make a name.
This friendly fellow in "A Cappella" does shineg
His very genial manner helps you agree that Pam's fine.
When tiring lessons began to bore, Urs helped out quite a bit,
Uur room was always brightened by his ever present wit.
Can you remember Frances without something to do?
She worked hard for our school, was always loyal and true.
During her years at Allderdice, her friendship has been true,
In all our undertaking Paula willingly helped us through.
Happy-go-lucky, easy going, usually quiet but very knowing,
Remember Mike so tall and terrific, on his way placidly going.
A little maid with a great musical aim,
Marcine is remembered for fiddling fame.
A dancing girl is Isabel with a smile for everyone
To know her is to love her, 'cause she is so much fun.
Frank is the quiet kind, reserved and somewhat shyg
It's still not hard to remember that he is one swell guy.
A wonderful friend always willing to give aid,
From our memory Rosie will never fade.
He is quiet and friendly, a cheerful lady
We never see jack at any time sad.
A leader in sports, ranking high in all the rest,
Sylvia deserves a spot among the very best.
Engaged and lovely, full of life,
She'll soon make her lucky guy a fine wife.
We'll all remember this ideal of every lass,
Full of comedy and fun, he's president of our class.
A few words describe herg she can't be beat.
She's pretty, pleasant, studious, shy and very neat.
A good friend is B-ob, and good too his every intention,
His basketball skill and loyalty merit special mention.
While we're reminiscing think of personality and fun,
And you'll know we mean Sandy who's liked by everyone.
This pert, busy senior could only be one gal-
' She'l1 always be remembered as a capable pal.
A pretty brunette with a beautiful smileg
Every ready to help us, we'll remember her all the while.
Rose Marie Tozzi
In sports and games she's been most activeg
She made our home room most attractive
As pianist or singer she can easily win acclaimg
But to be a good secretary is this girl's aim.
We remember, we remember the days when last we met:
We remember, we remember, how could we e'er forget?
"Home Cooking" ....,...... ....,...................,,....... t he cafeteria
"1 Cross My t'1ngers" u.,,.. ..,,......,...,.........,,.,.......,., e very time I luncn at Poli's
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Simple Melody" ,,..l.,.,....... i....... s ung by the c
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Bring Back the Thrill" .......,...,.....,.....
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Mumibo jumbo" ..........................
Count Every Star" ,..,....... ........,. ,.
"There'll Never Be Another You"
I'm on the Lookout" ll.,.,........,.,i,....
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You're a Sweetheart" ..........
Time on My Hands" .......
Too Darn Hot" ..,.........
My Buddy" ........i,....
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Norman Reese ......,.....,...,....... Peter Block
Mrs. Garnet ,....,......... ,..,...,.., S arah Hailperin
Tony Dennison ....,....., .Steve Passamaneck
Muriel Foster ,.,..... ..........,..,.,,., R eba Martin
Kate Ault ................ ........,....,.. M argie Rosen
Marge Benson ............................,... Felice Azen
Dottie Coburn ,.,..,....,..... Florence Greenberg
Mr. Coburn ......... . ,................... Alan Bress
Arthur Kenny ........ ...,.,......... J' ohn Barclay
Mac ....................... .............. J ohn Sgro
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Stage Manager ,.........,..,. ........... ,... B o b Levine
Assistant Director .,....,.,........ Carole Helioff
Bookholders ....,....... ...........,. J oyce Supowitz,
Marlene Hershman, Patsy Unger
House Managers ......,.,........... Marvin Lieber,
Richard DeBroff, Marvin Levick
Sound Effects .....,..,..... Richard Rosenzweig
Program Chairman ....... Harvey Breverman
Publicity Chairman .........,..,. Judy Rosenberg
Art Work Chairman ,.......,.. Carolyn Emery
Costume Chairman ............. Frances Kochin
Make-up Chairman .........., Geraldine Young
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KDKA SCHOOL OF THE AIR
Sponsor-Mr. Samuel Blitz INTERMEDIATE DISCUSSION CLUB
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
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TEEN-AGE BOOK CLUB
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Mr. Music" ,,,.. .,....4,.,,., ,...,....4....,......,............,.,........A..,... M r . Deitz
Your Show of Shows' '.,..4...,....,,...,.. A .....,........ Out of the Frying Pan
Twenty Questions "..,......., About where you were that sixth period
Town Meeting of the Airi'
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Born Yesterday" ....,..
The Big Story" .....
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.. Allderdice Radio Broadcasts
Right before lunch
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May ll-Tonight was the night for which we had been waiting . . . the night
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February 19, 1951 - On this memorable Monday evening the Allderdice
swimming team trampled the Section II champions, Perry High School, to annex
the city swimming championship for the third time in four years, 43-23. The
Dragon tankers literally drowned the North Siders, taking first place in every
event except the medley relay. Two graduating mermen, Dusty Watso and
Dan Maloney, contributed their usual first and second places in a thrilling 100
yard freestyle race, while two sensational sophomores, Al VViggins and Bernie
Bauer, streaked to the finish line first.
The success of the team this year was due to overall strength and depth
rather than any one outstanding performer. For their untiring efforts our swim-
ming team deserves the congratulations -of the entire school. But above all,
credit for the victory must go to Coach Sofield, whose 'brilliant leadership and
skilled guidance through the years have made swimming the brightest spot in the
Allderdice athletic picture. The next time you get into an argument over the
Allderdice sport's situation just stick out your chest and proudly point to the
plaque in our trophy case, emblematic of the city championship.
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VOLLEY BALL TEAM
Miss Mary Allshouse
Miss Eleanor Boland
Miss Esther Long
Miss Margaret Mercer
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first half of the season had showed the wins balancing the losses. 1 remember
especially the thriller with Penn, a few last minute goals 'hy the Dragons turning
the tide 53-50. I try not to remember the 70-37 defeat by all-powerful XVest-
llowever, the second half of the season. beginning in lfehrnary, was not so
successful. The Dragons had a record of only one victory as against six losses.
The lone win was a 44-37 defeat of South on the home floor. Among the losses
was another blistering defeat hy XYCStlllgll0l1SC. XVith Sehenley, however, the
Dragons pnt np a gallant fight, only 55-50. A fast moving Fifth team scored a
hard-fought victory on lfeliruary 23 to end the l95l basketball season.
Thysical Education Coaches
Mr. Stewart Brown
Mr. Robert Irvin
Mr. John Irwin
Mr. Claude Sofield
Mr. Louis Weitzel
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Sponsor--Mr. Ralph Engelmeier
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A senior's life is oh so free and
If his money lasts 'till his final clay!
No more classes, no more wall,
Nu more teachers short or tallg
Nu more cheerleaders' encouraging cry.
How I'll miss them when I say goodbye!
TAU ETA ALPHA
extends sincere congratulations to the graduating classes of 1951
and to its graduating ineniber
C ornplinients of
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CHARLIE BOYER, Barber
Congratulations to the
Class of '51l
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Congmtulczfions to the
amma Phi Alpha
extends congratulations to the graduating classes of 1951
and to three graduating members
744 ROBERT MORRIS Sdn!
Business Law Secretarial
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CHURCH OF THE
H. H. MARVIN, Minister
'IIHE UNIVERSITY OIF PITTSBURGH
10 help meet the present emergency
Accelerated Program for Beginning Freshmen Starts In june, 1951
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Sigma mega Pi
'wishes to extent! its congratulations to the graduating classes
and to its graduating members
Best Wishes to the
C lass of 1951
MAKERS OF FINE PARTY PASTRIES AND CONFECTIONS
1719 MURRAY AVENUE
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES X. COHEN
amma Alpha ambda
extends mngratalations to the graduating classes of 1951
and to its eight graduating inenibers
Delta ambda Phi
extends its congratulations to the 1951 graduating classes
and its graduating members
DUQUE I '
Oldest Catholic University in Pemisylfvania
8 SCHOOLS-College of Arts and Sciences, School of Law, School of
Business Administration, School of Pharmacy, School of Music,
School of Education, School of Nursing, Graduate School.
CO-EDUCATIONAL-Girl students admitted to all schools and com-
prise X3 of 5000 enrollment.
SOCIAI, LIFE-Many fraternities, sororities. and professional asso-
ciations. Completely equipped I.ittle Theatre and Student-operated
radio station, WDUQ-FM.
LOCATION-Atop world-famous Golden Triangle in downtown Pitts-
burgh. VValking distance to three national railroads, shopping dis-
trict and first-run movies and plays. Single trolley or bus fares to
Address: DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
PITTSBURGII 19. P.-x.
Alpha Delta hi
expresses congratulations anal best wishes to the
graduating classes of 1951 anal particularly
to its six graduating niernbers
extends its best wishes to the
graduating classes of
Alpha Delta Fheta
wishes to congratulate the graduating ilasses of 1951
and the graduating inenibers
The Members 0
Slgma Alpha Lambda
exfeml eorzgralulaliom to the graduates of 1951
and to lheir graduating members
JOYCE LEE SUPow11z
l'l:'l"1'IE Dolus WEINLR
William C. Zeiler
Painters and Decorators
63 LOGAN STREET
Compliment: o f
Mr. and Mrs.
C ompliments of
Jeanne's Dress Shop
5818 FORBES STREET
"A lways the Smarlesf'
Hours-Mon., Wed., Fri. 10 till 6
Tues., Thurs., Sat. 10 till 9
Phones--JA 1-02495 JA 1-9925
Jason's Beauty Salon
5878 FORBES STREET
Your hair is your crowning
Let us help to make
jAckson 1-1418 HAzeI 1-6475
MURRAY AND DARLINGTON
Tau lpha Mu
'wishes to extend congratulations to the graduating classes
and its graduating ineinbers
THE 1951 ALLDERDICE
SUPERIOR ENGRAVINCI CO.
312 BOULEVARD OF THE ALLIES
214 N. HIGHLAND AVENUE
11414 YER PRESS
235 COLLINS AVENUE
Original Method for Piano
Now Accepting Applications for
Caplan 85 Mayer
Earl Williams Sc Sons
Pacific Baking Co.
PSUTTERMILK I-IOLLOVV ROAD
Good Things to Eat
T heta u Sigma
extends its vongifatitlations to its graduating inenibeifs
X January Class
Pi Tau Pi
extends congratulations and best wishes to the rnernbers 0 f the
graduating classes and its graduating rnetnlzers
I-Iot Puppie Shop
5802-04 FORXVARD AVENUE
Nugent Realty and
R. C. ROBINSON
Use our Notary Public Service
In Securing Your Operator's
5819 FORBES STREET
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Braddock and Hutchinson Avenues
Ann M. Gallagher
5S78Vz FORBES STREET
Mr. and Mrs.
6307 KENTUCKY AVENUE
C omplimems 0 f
S. S. Kresge Co.
Tau Sigma Phi
extends simere congratulations to the graduating classes of 1951
and its four graduating members
.IAN UARY CLASS
lpha Sigma T au
exzemls uongmtulatiom and best wzshea to all
Jlllderdice gmafuales of 1951 and m
four gmdualing membem
anuary Class of 1
ALLAN B. SCHNEIROV
lpha Beta h1
extends its sincerest congratulations to the
"' January Class
graduating classes and to the
REBA JEAN MARTIN
Zeta Sigma Phi
extends sincerest congratulations to the gradnatin g classes of 1951
and the gradnatin g nfiernbers
it January Class of 1951
"Uk Peabody High School
i Sigma Tau
extends sincere congratulations to its graduating members
and the graduating classes of 1951
llarriet Klein Ethel Rabinovitz Marion Supowitz
Rhoda Barnett Patty Goldberg Audrey Koss
Compliments of the Westminster
Fellowship of Lincoln Place
Presbyterian Church to its
"' January Class
Cltilzlrerilv H air C itttiii g
1821 MURRAY AVENUE
Carmen D'AuriO, Manager
Giant Eagle Market
Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Daily
2024 MURRAY AVENUE
Complete Line Of School
Supplies, Hallmark Cards,
Magazines and Small Books
Open till 12:00 P.M. Nightly
1031 S, BRADDOCK AVENUE
Gilbert Cole, Manager
LINCOLN PLACE, PA.
Accurate Prescription Work
QUALITY FOOD MARKET
1234 MULDOVVNEY AVENU
LINCOLN PLACE, PA.
extends best wishes and sincere congratulations to the
graduating classes of 1951 and to its
CORINNE F. CANTER
SONDRA LEE CHESTER
GILDA MAYE Fuss
MARLYN L. ILENCHNERX
ROCHELLE CAROLE YOUNG
ANN ESTELLE ZIONTS:k
The members of
DE I A. Z. A. 688
'wish to congratulate fhe graduating classes and
71 graduating members
Nathan VV einer
Terkel, Vice President
Bernard Bliman, Secretary
Ronnie So-bel. Trmsllrvr
Delta Epsilon Beta
extends its congratulations to the graduating classes o l951
"' january Class
and its ten graduating members
DONNA BELLE MATTES
Sigma Delta Epsilon
extends sincere congratulations to its graduating inenibers
and the graduating classes of 1951.
S gma Kappa
extends lzearlzesl Longmmlalions to the 195 1 gmzizmzmg LIEJJEJ
cmd to its gmfluating membefs
Kappa Delta Beta
extends its best
wishes to the graduating classes and its
VICTORY A. Z. A. 595
The memhers of Victory Xl.Z.A. take this opportunity to
congratulate their graduating members and to wish
them the hes! of everything in the future
Canton Tea Gardens ,
VVhere Every Bite Is fmt Mellvq Weqr
Chop Suey Chow 5816 FORBES STREET
ff B ll
MURRAY AVENUE Next to the ank
Congratulations to the Compljmgmy gf
1716-20 MURRAY AVENUE
We, the "Grads" of fifty-one,
Have our fads, fancies, and fun.
A new idea-a style-a craze,
Taken up in a few short days.
CHAS'S loafers, for instance, the shoe of the day.
Regardless of weather, fhe clogged on his way.
And F EGIE'S sweaters, the cashmere twine,
In a riot of colors, fr-om orange to wine.
White bucks made their debutg A
No wardrobe's complete without one or two.
CECY and JOEY wore their twin plaid vest so keen,
And hand-knit argyles turned up on every male teen.
Iridescent jackets were all the vogueg
And STEVE P. started a trend with his brogue.
Levis worn low on the hips were BILL AlVIOS'S style.
And BOB SMITH wore jungle shirts as bright as his smile.
Sorority emblems took the place of -barettes.
I-Ieadbands appeared on blondes and brunettes.
Dickeys, pearls, frat pins, and such
Worn all at onceg they weren't too much????
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