Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1952
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PUBLISHED -IQINTLY BY THE SENIORS OF
THE JANUARY AND JUNE CLASSES OF 1952
, THE TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHOOL
SHADY AND FORWARD AVENUES
score and five years have passed since the first
student enrolled at Taylor Allderdice High
School. During that time our school! has progressedand
improved immeasurahly. Today Taylor Allderdice is
recognized as one of the foremost educational institutions
in the state of Pennsylvania.
In this 1952 edition of our yearbook, commemorating
the silver anniversary of Taylor Allderdice High School,
the Journal staff has attempted to record the personality
traits, the outstanding events, and the accomplishments of
these graduating classes.
The only desire of this staff is that a small portion
of the enjoyment that we have had in compiling this hook
may he derived hy those who will read THE ALLDERDICE
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The Allderdice Faculty
NIR. D. MCCLYMONDS
MR. ARTHUR W. THoMAs
l'0cati0na1 Coznzsvlor-Mr. Hal C. Teal Chief Cleric-Miss Isabel T. Zinn
jllllflll' C'o1rl1.rPI0r-Miss Leanore Allen CIc'1'l.'4Mrs. Lillian Baker
.-lr'ii1'it1'vs Director-Miss Laura Zeigler Clf"'k'Ml55 Roxle .l- Fmleb'
Admsm, I0 Girls Clerk-Miss Lois E. Hill
Miss Katherine McKinney Book Clark-Miss Ruth Salisbury
Miss Catherine M. Eisainen, Miss Olivia Koenig, Miss Jennie A. Norton, Miss Blanche
Mr. Howard Barnes, Miss Helen Bartrim, Dr. Earl H. Burgard, Miss Florence E. Graham,
Miss Margaret Hanrahan, Mr. john B. Melvin, Miss Katherine Skarinski, Miss Margaret
Miss Olive Bowlin, Miss Olive Braham, Mrs. Della Braun, Miss Lillian Goldstein, Miss
Helen B. Gorman, Miss Lois Grose, Miss Rose D. Hartz, Miss Margery Heiniherger.
Miss Helen Hillard, Miss Agnes Kerr, Miss Catherine A. McDermott, Miss Nancy
Montgomery, Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, Miss Diantha VV. Riddle, Miss Helen Sekey, Mr.
Joseph C. Thompson, Mr. Regis B. VViegand -
Miss Dorothy Bergman, Miss Mary C. Brennan, Miss Yetta Kamler, Miss Elizabeth
Klingensmith, Mr. Charles T. Roller, Mr. Marcus Rosenthal, Miss Edna R. Todd
Miss Eleanor Bardsley, Miss Charlotte R. Beachler, Mr. Morris Beck, Mr. Samuel Blitz,
Mr. John B. Coyne, Miss Esther Geist, Miss Grace F. jessop, Miss Ann Kasnitz, Mr. Ray
McGahey, Miss Bertha O. Mitchell, Dr. Anna M. Quattrocchi, Miss Leila H. Rupp, Miss
Jessie M. XN'hitehill, Miss Beryl Zeigler
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Miss Florence Bechtel. Mrs. Margaret Bush, Mrs. Mildred
Dovey, Mrs. Elizabeth Kane, Miss Patricia Ann Potter
Miss Nadine Byrd, Miss Gertrude Oetting, Mrs. Carolyn Rector
Mr. Ralph Engelmeier, Mr. Irving A. Hyman, Mr. Herbert A. Lewis, Mr. Ercole Liberator,
Mr. Alex Seigal, Mr. August Winterling
Mrs. Ethel V. Albright, Mr. Edward Caye. Mrs. Ethel Hubbard, Miss Elizabeth Hand,
Mr. George Phillips, Miss Alice L. Phipps, Mr. Ray R. Ralston, Miss Edith May Starz,
Mr. Robert C. Trumbull, Miss Ethel F. Turner, Doctor VVesley XN'agner, Mr. George F.
Mr. Roy F. Dietz, Mrs. Dorothy Jean Meyer, Miss Emma Steiner, Mr. Walter B. Voyvodich
Miss Mary Allshouse, Miss Eleanor Boland, Miss Genevieve O. Cannon. Mr. Stewart
Brown, Mr. Robert Irvin. Mr. john Irwin, Miss Esther Long, Miss Margaret Mercer,
Mr. Claude Sofield, Mr. Louis Weitzel
Mr. Lon H. Colborn, Mr. Thomas Davies, Mr. R. J. Hackett, Miss jane S. Johnston,
Miss Jane McCandless, Mr. -I. T. Shriner, Mrs. Nancy Snively, Mrs. Mae NVeber Smith
Mrs. Irene K. Bain
Mrs. Ethel Hynes
Dr. H. Goldblum
School N urse
Miss Ann O'Brien
Miss Alberta jackson
S wirninin g M atron
Mrs. Mary Ann Eggert
Mr. Charles E. Dietz
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The omfmzl Staff
Faculty Sponsor-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
Larry Arnold Dorothy Haynes Harvey Levine Nancy Schwinn
Phyllis Black Faye Hersh David Mazer Harvey Sniderman
Shirley Ginsburg Memory Jones Mary Agnes O'Connell Carol Sperling
Marcia Glazer Harvey Klein Roberta Rosen Shirley Vernon
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Ann Doris Goldstein
Lora Lee Small
Byron Eliashof Herbert Kleber
William Herman Leslie Klein
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Lining Papers ,
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. .Susan Bergman
, ,Affhllf Ostroll
, , , Nancy Baltic
Miss .lennie Norton
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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES
President-Harvey Klein Secretary-Dorothy Haynes
Vice President-Emil Herman Treasurer-Harvey Levine
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
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LARRY F. ARNOLD+Honor Student: Vice President of Home-
room, 7A-SB: Vice President of Key Club, IZA: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Senior Discussion: F.T.A.: journal Staff: lntramural
Basketball Champs. 9l3: City Championship Team: Swimming Team:
Mechanical Drawing Projects: Swimming Varsity l.etter
GRETA BALL-jewelry Class: Advanced Sewing Class: First Aid
Class: Home Nursing: HobbysPiano Playing: Preferences in
SANDOR EUGENE BERES-Librarian of Orchestra: Senior Dis-
cussion: Orchestra IV: Quartet: All City junior Orchestra: All City
Senior Orchestra: First Aid: Field Trips--Buhl Planetarium, Penn-
sylvania Home for the Blind
BETTY LOU BERKOWITZ-Honor Student: Homeroom Trea-
surer, IZA: Vice President, IZI1: Vice President, ll,-X: Prom Com-
mittee: Publicity Committee, Dramatic English, Chairman: M.M.M.:
Student Council: F.T.A.: Hall Staff: Hockey, llB: Volley Ball,
IIA: Announcer for Class Play: History Award: D.A.R. Award
EILEEN FLORENCE BERKSON-Publicity Committee-Dramatic
English: junior Dramatic Club: Spanish Club: Hebrew Club: Gar-
den Club: Advanced Art: Field Trips-Mavview, Iluhl Planetarium:
Outside ProjectsiPittsburgh Playhouse. Children's Civic Theatre,
BARBARA JEAN BILLINGS-Chairman of Class Day Committee:
Student Council: Class Day Committee: Problems Committee, Chair-
man: Majorettes, Sergeant in 1013-IOA, Captain in llB-IZA: Modern
Dance: F.N.A.: Dramatic English: junior Leaders: Soft Ball, 9th.
ltlth, llth Grades: Volley Ball, ltlth. llth Grades
PHYLLIS CYNTHIA BLACK-High Honor Student: Homeroom
Secretary: Foreword Staff: F.T.A.: Attendance Chairman: Prom
Connnittee, Chairman: journal Staff: Senior Discussion, llth Grade:
College Club: Hall Staff: Orchestra Treasurer: Spanish Club: Tu-
toring Service: Modern Dance: Special Dance: All City Orchestra
FAYE CHOSKY-Foreword Staff: Prom Committee: Cafeteria
Staff, llth and 12th Grades: Today's Business Girls, llth and l2th
Grades: College Club: Dramatic English: Basketball: Volley Ball:
Delegate to Freedom Train Reception: Tutoring Staff: Prom Com-
mittee: Hobbies-Needlework, Photography, Reading
SANFORD DARLINGwSpecial Shop. Foreman: Class Day Com-
mittee: Chess Club: Band I: Greenhouse Club: Hebrew Club: lntra-
mural Basketball, 7th, 8th and 9th Grades: First Aid: Field Trips-
XVoodville, Buhl Planetarium, Holy Family Institution, Institution
for the Blind: Plans for Future-Pharmacy at Pitt
RICHARD J. DIAS-Orchestra. President: Bowling Club: Print
Shop: First Aid: Music Award: VVood Shop Award: Service Award:
WILMA D. ELIAS-jewelry Projects: First Aid: Typing Award:
Outside Interests-Baseball and Football: Plans to be Secretary
PATRICIA SHIRLEY FARBER-Honor Student: President of
Spanish Club: President of M.M.M.: Vice President, Secretary,
Treasurer, of Orchestra: Assistant Editor of the journal: Foreword
Representative: Vice President of Homeroom, IZB, IZA: IZB
Decorating: Publicity for Senior Play: Dramatic English: journal
Staff: Spanish Club: College Club: F.T.A.: junior Discussion:
junior Dramatics: Orchestra IV: Volley Rall: Mushball: Hockey
NORMA JEAN FATKIN-Honor Student: Homeroom Secretary,
IZB: President of M.M.M.: Class Day Committee: Service Club:
D.A.R. History Award: Shorthand Speed Test Award: National
junior Honor Society: Fashion Shows
KENNETH MURRAY FELDMAN-Prom Committee: Microscope
Club: Jewelry Projects: First Aid: Entered from Homestead High,
RUTH ELEANOR FERSON-Chairman of Food Class: Rook
Club: Hall Staff: Volley Ball '46, '-17: Advanced Food Class:
Home Nursing: jewelry Projects
LOIS FIELD-Constitution Committee for F.I3.L.A.: Junior Lead-
ers: F.N.A.: Today's Business Girls: Tutoring Service: Chorus
4, 3. 1: First Aid: Shorthand Award: Mushball: Basketball:
Hockey: Athletic Award
RICHARD JAY FINDER-Homeroom Vice President, 9A: Swim-
ming Team: All City 100 yard Breast Stroke '49: Intramural Swim-
ming: Jewelry Projects: junior Town Meeting Broadcast: Class Day
DAVID MORTON FINEMANmQualitative Analysis Class: French
Club: Slide Rule Club: Orchestra E: American Chemical Society
BARRIE E. FISHER-Homtroom Nice President. SA: Spanish
Club: Chess Club: Hall Staff: Tennis Club: Student Council:
Basketball Manager: Basketroom Attendant: Mechanical Drawing
ProjectsASchool Science Fair: Clean Up Posters: Press Writiiig
Contest: Delegate to League of VVomen Voters Lecture
HAZEL RUTH GANDY-F.B.l..A.: F.N.A.: Hall Staff: Basket-
ball: Volley Hall: Hockey: Art: jewelry: First Aid: Field Trips-
Buhl Planetarium, Carnegie Museum: Hobby-Art
GEORGE T. GETTY-Hall Staff: Intramural Basketball: Special
Shop: Print Shop: Scholastic Magazine Award: History Award:
Field Trips-Mayview, Thorn Hill, Reymer's Candy Company
SHIRLEY ANN GINSBURG-Foreword Representative: Student
Council-Problems and Financial Committees: Hebrew Class Pro-
gram Connnittee: journal Staff: Today's Business Girls: Inter-
cultural Youth Council: Student Council: Modern Dance: Tutoring
Staff: Advanced Foods: First Aid: Dramatic English: Home Nurs-
ing: Shorthand Speed Awards: Competent Typist Test' Award
MARCIA INEZ GLAZER-Student Council President: Problems
Committee: Social Committee: Ushers Staff: Executive Committee:
Modern Dance: Dramatic English: Assistant Stage Manager:
F.T.A.: Keystone Club: journal Staff: junior Leaders: Mushball
League: Art: Comnmnity Chest Drive Program: Orientation Pro-
grams: Pennsylvania VVeek Programs: Junior I.eaders Award:
Typing Award: High Honor Student
RHODA MARILYN GOLDHAMMER - Class Day Committee:
Luncheon Committee: Book Club: Senior Discussion: Jewelry
Class: Gregg Typing Award: Field Trips-Gumbert, Mayview:
Outside Interest-Modeling: HobbyfCollecting Records and Reading
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IRENE RENE GOLDSTEIN-Salvation Army Committee: College
Club' FN X ' FT 'X ' Senior Discussion' Hall Staff' Vollc Ball'
Softball: Hockey: Basketball: Sewing Proiects: Adyanced jewelry:
First Aid: Home Nursing: Field Trips-Mayview, Gumbert: Hobby
SANFORD ALBERT GORDONfHlJlllL'1'lJtllll Treasurer. 9A, IIA:
Treasurer of Travel Club, IZB: Ticket Committee for Class Play:
Orchestra II. III. IV: Quartet: All City junior Orchestra: All City
Senior Orchestra: Track Team, '50: Projects-Press IVriting Con-
test, IOA: Hobby-Traveling
FORREST HARRIS-Honor Student: Prom Committee: ,Iunior
Debating Club: Slide Rule Club: A Cappella Chorus: Male Chorus:
Hall Staff: Chorus I, IV and V: Intramural Basketball 48th and 9th
Gradesil: Intramural Track, 7A: Qualitative Analysis Class: IVest-
inghouse Science Scholarship Test
DOROTHY MARGARET HAYNES-High Honor Student: Secre-
tary of Senior Class: Journal Staff: Orchestra -I: Harmonv: Tvping'
Certificate: D.A.R. Award, Gladstone: Field TripsABubl Plane-
DOROTHEA J. HENNINGER-Htmer'-om Secretary, 9A, Trea-
surer, IIIB, Vice President. IIB: Prom Committee: Spanish Club:
College Club: F.N..-X.: F,T.A.: Senior Discussion: Hall Staff: Fore-
word Representative: Chorus I, III: Musbball: Basketball: Volley
DOROTHY J. HENNINGER-Homerolun Treasurer, IIIA, Secre-
tary, 1lA. Vice President. IZA: Prom Committee: Spanish Club:
College Club: Microscope Club: Senior Discussion: F.N.A.: F.T.A.:
Hall Staff: Chorus I, III: Mushball: Hockey: Basketball: Volley
EMIL W. HERMAN-Senior Class Vice President: Homeroom
President, 9A, IIA, IZA: I-Iomeroom Vice President, QB: journal
Staff Editor: Choir Treasurer: Prom Committee: Class Day Coni-
mittee: Foreword Staff Sports Editor: -Iunior Discussion: Senior
Discussion: -lunior Glee Club: Band l, 2, 3, -I, 5: Marching Band:
Allderdice Glee Club: Male Chorus: Chorus V: Dramatic English,
Class Play Cast: Honor Scholarship: High Honor Student
FAYE H. HERSH-Secretary of Homeroom. 9th Grade, President.
IOA: Class Dav Committee: Prom Committee: journal Staff: Stu-
dent Council: Hall Staff: Latin Club: Volley Ball: Hockey: Soft-
ball: Dramatic English Class: First Aid: D.A.R. Award at Linden
Grade School: Projects+Clean-up Poster, Safety Poster, Scho-
lastic: Honor Student
SARALYN FAY I-IIRSH-Vice President of Today's Business
Girls: Constitution Committee and Program Committee for Today's
Business Girls: Service Club: Chorus III, IV: Foods I. II: Gregg:
Shorthand Award: Typing Award: Field Trip to Burroughs:
IRWIN A. HOLTZMAN-Class Day Committee: Senior Discus-
sion: Book Club: Hall Staff: Intramural Track: Intramural Basket-
ball: First Aid: Field Trips-Buhl Planetarium. Institution for the
Blind, Carnegie Museum. Gumbert, Thornhill: Projects-Red Cross
Drive, Microscope Club Picnic
MARGARET ITZEL-F.N.A.: Today's Business Girls: Hall Staff:
Choir I, III, IV: Volley Ball. Basketball: Foods II: Outside In-
terests-Sports: Plans for Business School
VIRGINIA L. JACKSON-Secretarv of Todav's Business Girls'
Class Day Committee: Hall Staff: Chorus I, III, IV: Volley Balli
Hockey: Softball: First Aid: Home Nursing: Field Tripsglilay-
view: Museum, Home for the Blind, Burroughs, Buhl Planetarium,
Heinz Company, Bell Telephone Company: HobbyiSing'ingf
C. C, C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C, C: C. C, C, C, C, C, 'C:C:S::'S4sref':ftsfSC. Ecu
ESTHER JOHNSON-Service Club: Lunch Check Cashier: Sew-
ing Projects: Home Nursing: Fashion Show: Sewing Award: Eng-
lish Award: Citizenship Award: Typing Award: National junior
Honor Society Award: Hobby-Sewing: High Honor Student
MEMORY STUART JONES-Student C uncil: IZB Class Day
Committee Chairman: Publicity Committee Chairman: Problems
Committee, Social Committee of Student Council: Student Council
Constitution Committee Chairman: Ushering Staff: Hall Staff:
Cafeteria Staff: Tutoring Staff: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion:
Microscope Club: Spanish Club: French Club: Foreword Staff:
Journal Staff: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: D.A.R. History
Award: Sociology Broadcast
ADRIENNE KATZQHomeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade: Foreword
Representative: Prom Committee: 12B Decorating Committee: Stu-
dent Council Ushering Staff: Publicity Committee-Class Play:
Props CommitteeiClass Play: F.T.A.: Intermediate Discussion:
Hall Staff: Chorus I, III: Volley Ball: Dramatic English: First
Aid: Home Nursing: Advanced Foods
GAIL KEILLY-Honor Student: Chorus
NANCY ELIZABETH KELLY-Today's Business Girls, Treasurer.
IZA: Foreword Representative: Class Day Committee: Service Club:
Hall Staff: Volley Ball: Basketball: Typing Award: Shorthand
Award: Consumer Education Award: Clothing Award: Sports-
Swimming, Volley Ball, Basketball: Honor Student
HARVEY KLEIN-Senior Class President: Homeroom President,
IIB, IZA: Homeroom Vice President, 9B-IOA: Homeroom Secre-
tary, 8B-SA: President of History Club: Class Day Committee:
Class Play Publicity: journal Staff: IZA Slide Rule Club: A
Cappella Chorus: Male Chorus: Dramatic English: Prom Com-
mittee: Junior Debating Club: Orchestra Ill: D.A.R. Award: Intra-
mural Track, Basketball: Honor Scholarship to Pitt: Class Play
Cast: High Honor Student
enter Nursing School
JOAN KLEPPICK-Homeroom Secretary IZA Vice President
IIA: Dramatic English, Secretary Todays Business firls Prom
Committee: Hall Staff: Mushball Volley Ball First Aid Field
Trips-Carnegie Museum, Buhl Planetarium Burroughs Prefer
ERIC A. KOCH-Homeroom Treasurer IZA Senior Luncheon Com
mittee, IZB: German Club Hall Staff VVood Shop Jewelry Pro
jects-Press Writing Award Contest DAR History Award at
Mifflin: Ameri-can Legion Award Mifflin Honor Student
MAXINE S. KRAVITZ FN A President IIA and IZA Senior
Luncheon Committee, IZB Special Classes Jewelry First Aid
Class Play at Fulton School Projects Ceramic Contest Plans to
MILDRED L. KRAVITZ Spanish Club President Homeroom
President, 7A: 12B Decorating Committee Majorettes MMM
College Club: F.T.A.: Junior Dramatics Junior Glee Club Chorus
I, III, IV: Volley Ball: Mushball Basketball Dramatic English
Class: First Aid: Gregg Shorthand Award Outside Interests
Choir VVork: Volunteer Counselor Class Play Cast Honor Student
SANDRA SUE LABOVITZ Secretary of Chorus IV Senior Dis
cussion Club: Girls' Chess Club Chorus I III IV Typist for
Librarian: F.N.A.: Junior Glee Club Tutoring Staff Travel Club
Gregg Shorthand Awards Outside Interests Piano Singing
MARILYN M. LANGUE Homeroom President IOB Secretary
IIA, Vice President, IIB: Foreword Representative Cafeteria Staff
Cheerleaders: Student Council Chorus I III Volley Ball Mush
ball, Basketball, Hockey: Talent Shovx Advanced Jewelry Hobby
ALBERT L. LAPIDUS-Prom Committee: Property Committee ot'
Dramatic English, Cast: Slide Rule Club: German Club: Senior
Discussion: F.T.A.: Hall Staff: Orchestra I, II: junior Varsity
Football: Intramural Track: Junior Varsitv Swimming: Intramural
Basketball: Mechanical Drawing: Honor Student
HAROLD S. LAPIDUS-Class Day Committee: Property Com-
mittee of Dramatic English: Publicity Committee: Dramatic English,
Cast: Slide Rule Club: German Club: Senior Discussion: F.T.A.:
Hall Staff: Orchestra I, II: Junior Varsity Football: Junior Varsity
Swimming: Intramural Track: Intramural Basketball
HARVEY HOWARD LEVINE--Honor Student: Homeroom Vice
President, 10th, 12th Grades: Senior Class Treasurer: Class Day
Committee: Prom Committee: Hebrew Club: Journal Staff: Chorus
3: Band 3: Track Team: State Championship Track Meet: Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: Kiwanis Most Valuable Trackman
JOEL B. LEVINSON-Prom Committee, Chairman: Dramatic Eng-
lish: German Club: Swimming: Basketball: Hall Staff: Stage
Manager for Class Play: Slide Rule Club: Certificate of Merit
from Humane Society: Projects-Class Play Production. Publicity
for Class Play, Luncheon Committee: Art: First Aid: Sports-
Baseball, Football. Golf
GEORGINE LUCERNE-M.M.M. Secretary: M.M.M. Vice Presi-
dent: F.B.I..A. Vice President: Class Dav Committee: Volley Ball:
Hockev: D.A.R. History Award: Field Trips-Colonial Trust Com-
pany, Mayview: Hobby-Reading: Honor Student
ROBERT LUTSKY-Student Council Representative, 7B: Home-
room Vice President, IIB: Student Federalists: Qualitative Analysis
IRWIN MARCUS-Homeroom Vice President, Grades 7, 8 and 9:
Foreword Representative, Grade 9: Homeroom Treasurer, Grades
10 and II: Class Day Committee: Chess Club: College Club: Inter-
mediate Discussion Club: Camera Club: Travel Club: Spanish
Club: Hall Staff: Band 5, 4, 3, 2, I: Basketball: Golf Team: First
Aid: Band Contest
PHYLLIS LIBBY MARCUS-Homeroom Foreword Representa-
tive, 7th and 8th Grades: Class Day Committee: Cafeteria Deco-
ration Committee: Publicity Committee: Ushers Staff: Program
Chairman of Spanish Club: College Club: F.T.A.: Cafeteria Staff:
Hall Staff: Student Federalists: Dramatic English Class: Student
Council: Choirs I, III: Hockey: Basketball: Volley Ball: High
DAVID MAZER-Iforexrortl Staff: lournal Staff: Dramatic Eng-
lish Class: Orchestra 1. 3, 4, S: Class Play Cast: Field Trips--
Carnegie Museum. Buhl Planetarium, Home for the Blind: Outside
ROBERT MARK MCKENZIE-Senior Discussion Club: Garden
Club: Orchestra I, Z, 3, 4: Field Trios-Buhl Planetarium. Carnegie
Museum. Institution for the Blind. Holy Institute, Thorn Hill: Red
Cross Drive: Sport-Golf
JOEL HARVEY MERENSTEIN - Homeroom Secretary. 9A:
Homeroom Treasurer, IIA. IZB, IZA: Class Dav Committee: Class
Play Publicity Committee: Dramatic English Class
VIVIAN L. MINTZ-Homeroom Treasurer, 7th, Sth, 9th Grades:
Student Council Representative: Decoration Connnittee: F.T.A.:
Student Federalists: F.N.A.: Hall Staff: Orchestra 3, 4: Volley
Ball: Hockey: Basketball: Tennis: Activity Staff: Home Nursing:
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ERNEST B. NETTLETON, JR. - llomeroom Treasurer, IIA:
General Science Class, Vice I'resident, UA: Garden Cluh: Art I, Z:
VVood Shop I, 2: jewelry l. 2: Field Trips-Buhl Planetarium, Art
Iixhibit: Favorite Sport-Hockey
ROBERT OAKES-Intramural I3asketbaIl: Mechanical Drawing
Projects: American Legion .-Xirard in Gladstone: Field TripsAHuhl
Planetarium, Reymer's Candy Company: Plans for Future-Me-
MARY AGNES O'CONNELL-I'rom Committee: Today's Business
Girls: Library Club: journal Staff: Service Club: Gregg: Shorthand
Award: American Legion .Mrardz Field Trip-Colonial National
Bank: Future Plans - Clerical XYorIi: Preferences - Swimming,
Dancing: Honor Student
MARJORIE G. PERESMAN-Homerofun Secretarv, RR: Class Day
Committee: IZB I.uncheon Committee: F.T.,'X.: F.N..-X.: Senior Dis-
cussion: College Club: Hall Staff: Hockey: Vollev Hall: Scho-
lastic Art Award: Field Trips-vMayvieu', Carnegie Museum
JAMES E. POLAND-Homeroom President, 9th and I0th Grades:
Orchestra IV, Vice President: Iflasketroom Staff: Orchestra IV'
Advanced jewelry Projects: Harmony: Type Award
CAROL LOUISE REED - Homeroom Treasurer, IKM: Today's
Business Girls: Constitution Committee Chairman: Prom Com-
mittee: Library Staff: Service Club: Gregg: Shorthand Award:
Field TripgColonial National Rank: I'references-Sports, Dancing
BARBARA ANN ROMZY ay s Business Girls, President:
Class Day Committee: Service Club: Hall Staff: Office Aid: Or-
chestra IY, III: All City Orchestra: Volley Ball: DAR. Histor'
.Xivard: :Xmerican I,egion Award in Grade School: Gregg Short-
hand .-Xward: Waterman Shorthand Award
ROBERTA LEE ROSEN4Homeroom Treasurer, SF.: Homeroom
I'resident, 8.X: Cafeteria Committee: Make-up Committee for Class
l'lav: .Iournal Staff: College Club: F.'lS.gX.: Senior Discussion:
I'uited Nations Club: Teen .-Xge Book Club: Student Council:
Volley Rall: Softball: First Aid: Dramatic English Class: Scho-
lastic Art Award: High Honor Student
MARLENE SABLE-F.N..'X. Chairman: Decoration Committee:
Class Day Committee: F.T.A.: Hall Staff: Choir I: Vollev Ball:
Basketball: Mushball: Home Nursing: First Aid: jewelry Pro-
jects: Field Trips - Nlayview. Gumbert Orphanage. Home for the
DAVID L. SALTZMAN-Homeroom Treasurer, 8th Grade: Green
House Club: French Club: Spanish Club: Choir II: Football:
jewelry: I'rojectfScrap Drive: Outside Interests-Football: Hobby
SARA R. SCHMEISER-Homeroom Treasurer 7Ii, 9B: F.TA.,
Business Manager: Student Council: Ushers Staff: Publicity Com-
mittee: Class Day Committee: IZB l,uncheon Committee: Y Teens:
Majorettes: F.N..-X.: Senior Discussion: Spanish Club: Tutoring.:
Staff: Hall Staff: College Club: Chorus I, Ill: Intramural Volley
Ball: Softball: Hockey
RUTH HINDA SCHUGAR-Entertainment Committee for Crippled
Children: Majorettes-Sergeant '50, '51, Head Sergeant '51, '52:
Hall Staff: Harmony I, II: Field Tripgl-Iuhl Planetarium
NANCY LOU SCHWINN-Homcroom Vice President, IZA: F.T.A.
President, IZA: Social Committee of Student Council: Class Day
Committee: College Club: Class Play Cast: Journal Staff: Or-
chestra IV, Ill: Junior All City Orchestra: Volley Ball: Basketball:
Dramatic English Class: Home Nursing: First Aid: Delegate to
F.T.A. State Association Convent.on: it nor Sttgonn
ARNOLD SILVER-Honor Student: Homeroom President, llA:
Vice President, IIH: Prom Committee: Class Day Luncheon Com-
mittee: Orchestra 4: Dramatic English Class: Hall Staff: Class
DOROTHY H. SMITH-F.T.A., Scrapbock Committee: Spanish
Club: Hall Staff: Volley Ball: Basketball: Routine Leader and
.Attendance Leader in Gym: Advanced Art Projects: Taught at
HARVEY ALLAN SNIDERMAN-Chairman of Class Day and
Publicity Committees: Homeroom Vice President, IZA: Homeroom
Secretary. l2B: Student Council, Publicity Chairman: 12B Deco-
rating Ccmmittee: Scenery for Plays: Journal Staff: Foreword
Staff: Senior Discussion: History Club: Orchestra I: Advanced
Art: Scholastic Gold Key Award: Honor Student
CAROL ANN SPERLING-Hcmeroom Treasurer, Sth Grade: As-
sistant Director of Tutoring Service, 10th Grade: F.T.A., Vice Presi-
dent: Senior Discussion, Secretary: Foreword Representative, Sth
Grade: Prcm Ccmmittee: Debate Committee: Dramatic English:
Journal Staff: French Club: Microscope Club, Secretary: Student
Council: Special Dance: Modern Dan-ce: Junior Glee Club: Volley
Ball: Softball: First Aid: Honor Student
ARLENE STEPHEN-Class Day Committee: M.M.M.: F.N.A.:
ALICE ELIZABETH STEPHENS-Program Chairman for Span-
ish Club: Teen Age Book Club: F.N.A.: Basketball, Hockey: Cloth-
ing: Typing Award: Field Trips-Mayview, Buhl Planetarium,
Montefiore Hospital, Carnegie Library: Outside Interests-Pitts-
burgh Folk Society, .Assisting Girl Scout Troop
JOHN STRAHAN-Microscope Club: Track: Cross Country: Foot-
ball: Mechanical Drawing: Qualitative Analysis Class: Field Trip-
Donora Zinc Works: Preference-Baseball: Hobby- Reading:
Commencement Speaker: High Honor Student
LEONARD SULKIN-Homeroom Treasurer, 713: Cafeteria Deco-
ration Staff: Orchestra: Print Shop: Machine Shop: Award of
Merit from Principal
CLAYTON JOHN UHLER-Basketroom Staff: Senior Luncheon
Committee: Projection Club: Slide Rule Club: Hall Staff: Me-
chanical Drawing Projects: National Science Test
PHYLLIS VERNO-Constitution Committee for Today's Business
Girls: Y Teens: Choir 3: Sewing Projects: First Aid: Tutor for
Shorthand: Gregg Shorthand Award: Field Trip-Carnegie Musemn
SHIRLEY JEAN VERNON-High Honor Student: Homeroom
President, IZA: Prom Committee: 12B Decorating Committee:
Service Club: Journal Staff: Lunch-check Salesman: Home Nurs-
ing: Dramatic English Class: Unselfish Service Award
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FRED D. WEINSTEIN-Foreword Representative, 9A: Camera
Club: Shortwave Club: Slide Rule Club: Intramural Basketball:
Electric Shop: Hobby-Photography, Radio
LULA MAE WI-IETSTONE-Honor Student: Homeroom Treasur-
er llB, 11A: Prom Committee: Activities Club: Service Club: First
Aid: Fashion Show: American Legion Award: Today's Business
FERN GAYLE WHITMAN - Hall Staff: A Cappella Choir:
Chorale: Choir Soloist: Chorus Groups V, IV, III, I: First Aid:
Shorthand Awards: Field Trips-Museum, Orphanage
HERMOINE A. ZIONTS-Homeroom President, 7A, SB: Choir
Secretary, IZA: Class Play Publicity Committee: Make-up Com-
mittee for Class Play: Cafeteria Staff: Special Dance: Spanish
Club: F.T.A.: Chorale: A Cappella Choir: Dramatic English Class:
Outside Interests-Singing, Sports
Phyllis Cynthia Black
Marcia Inez Glazer
Dorothy M. Haynes
Emil W. Herman
Esther Irene Johnson
Lawrence F. Arnold
Betty Lou Berkowitz
Florence M. Chosky
Patricia S. Farber
Norma jean Fatkin
Shirley Ann Ginsburg
Faye Harriet Hersh
Saralyn Fay Hirsh
Nancy Elizabeth Kelly
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Harvey Z. Klein
Phyllis L. Marcus
Roberta L. Rosen
Shirley Jean Vernon
Eric A. Koch
Mildred L. Kravitz
Albert L. Lapidus
Harvey H. Levine
Mary Agnes O'Connell
Nancy Lou Schwinn
Harvey A. Sniderman
Carol Ann Sperling
Lula Mae Whetstone
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POMP AND CHIVALRY 4. ....,.......,...........,........................ ...... R oberls
Mr. Roy Dietz, Conductor
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PRL:s1zNTA'r1oN OF FLOXYERS .
Floyd Nangle, june
"Twenty -five Years Ago" .... , ..
"Our Educational Aims' '.,,.
"The Results of the Years ",.
"The Present Class "..,,....., .
CLASS GIFT.. ...,... ...,......... .
Harvey Klein, January
IAUTHORIZATION OF TUIPLOM AS ..,.,.
PREsEN'rA'r1oN OF DIPLOMAS
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Pastor, St. Philomena's Church
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Harvey Levine, january
-five Years of Educationu
,.,...,...,......s...january Class, 1952
Taylor Thompson, June
R. C. Milliken
Representative of Superintendent of Schools
-I. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
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Things Wve Wvill Alfwzzys Remember-
Honey Ziouts-"Eyes popped, tongue hung out, and breathing was rapid when my
skirt fell down during a Special Dance program."
Shirley Ginsburg-"I can't forget all the times Mr. Colburn gave chemistry tests
where we could use all the references we wanted and yet still failed."
Betty Lon Berkowitz-"Tl1e time I put my lunch in my locker on the first day
of school and never could find where that locker was."
Phyllis iMarc'us--"When I picked myself up from the floor when I found that I
had been chosen for the class play."
Mfldred Kravitz-"Walking through the -halls with grey hair during the class
play and being mistaken for Dr. Quattrocchif'
Patsy Farber-"The day I wore two different shoes to school, broke my violin
and spilled spaghetti all over myself in the lunchroom. That just wasn'!
Sara Schmeisvr-"Being locked accidentally in a history class room while looking
for a pencil that I had lost."
Joan Kleppick-"The time the smiling Miss NVinch woke me up from a sound
sleep during an assembly program." l
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Angie, the girl ,. . , ,.
Margaret, her engaged sister
Lorraine, her hopeful sister
Kitty, her little sister
Mrs. Morrow, her mother
Mr. Morrow, her father . .
jack, the boy. ..,.. ,. . .
Art, Margaret's fiance... .
Martin, Lorraine's hope .. ,
Jane, the menace . . . .
Tony, a wolf. , .. ,
Margie, a girl friend
Fitz, Margie's steady .
Red-headed twins. A ,.
. . ,. Nancy Schwinn, Carol Sperling
,. , Memory jones
. ,..,. Phyllis Black
.. Sanford Gordon
Klein, Emil Herman
.... Joel Merenstein
. .. Harvey Levine
. Phyllis Marcus
. Arnold Silver
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. ,,.,, , David Mazer
Al and Hal Lapidus
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Program Committee ,
Art Committee. ,. . ..,
Publicity Committee ,.
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Faye Hersh and Barbara Billings
.......,Adrienne Katz and Albert Lapidus
Honey Zionts and Roberta Rosen
. Eileen Berkson, Betty Berkowitz, Adrienne Katz
.Joan Kleppick, Shirley Ginsburg,
Shirley Vernon, Faye Chosky
Faye Hersh, Barbara Billings, Harvey Sniderman
Betty Berkowitz, chairmang
Adrienne Katz, Marcia Glazer
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Teacher A Miss Mzirgziret Xvlllfll
President A A A A ,...A, Emil Herman
Vice President AA .Harvey Sniclerman
Secretary A .loan Kleppick
Treasurer A A A AA ..... A A A ...,. A AA liric Koch
Student Council Representative A A,,Shirley Ginsburg
Foreworcl Representative AA AA .....,. A A AA A AA Lawrence Arnold
First Row--Hazel Gandy, Barbara Romzy, Eric Koch, Joan Kleppick, Emil Herman,
Dorothea Henninger, Dorothy Henninger, Marlene Sable, Dorothy Haynes
Second Row-Ruth Ferson, Mary Agnes O'Connell, Saralyn Hirsh, Larry Arnold, Sandor
Beres, Georgine Lucerne, Carol Reed, Ruth Schugar, Miss Winch
Third Row-Arlene Stephen, Shirley Ginsburg, Greta Ball, Fred Weinstein, Sanford Gordon,
James Poland, Robert Oakes, Margaret Itzel
The Tale 0 f the Typezwzrer'
Typists. secretaries and stuclenits galore
AXre seatecl at their machines in 30-lg
.Xt their keylnoarcls. they solemnly stare.
XX'hen all of a suclclen they are aware
'l'hz1t each of t-hose syinhols stzlnrls for some trait
rlillill iclentiiies 30-l's seniors. who really clo rule.
Q--is the first letter, standing lor quiet zlncl quieliew
'l'hzLt's lMlRU'l'll Y IIAXYNICS, as class secretary wzxs our pick.
Wfcornes next, hringing XYlilNS'l'lilN to ininrlg
Xvtlllilllg' in electric shop, our lflilill we can iincl.
Efstzinils for lihlll.. who in :ill lines cloes excel:
.Xllll our Nlr. l'll':lxhl.XN cloes everyitliing' well.
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R-for RUTH FERSON who really can cook:
She whips up good meals from her recipe book.
T-recalls the -talent of that clever GINSBURG girl.
Whose varied abilities have kept SHIRLEY in a whirl.
Y-Youthful and handso1ne, we look at him twice.
For, you see, DAVID FINEMAN is so very nice.
U-Up and doing, with a manner vivacious and gay,
RUTHIE SCI-IUGAR is the girl with a very catching wav
I-ITZEI. is ther last name, a 'girl beyond compare,
For our MARGIE gets around, here and everywhere.
O-OTIONNELL, MARY AGNES, always pleasant, always neat:
Here's a lady charming and really very sweet.
P-Practical, patient, and POLAND-that makes three
To announce our classmate JIMMY: there's none nicer than he.
And now it's time to shift with ease
To the second row of typewriter keys.
A-Active, attentive, athletic-that's ARNOLD of swimming fame'
A fellow mighty nice to know-LARRY is his name.
S-Sincere and steady, a secretary to be,
That MARLENE SABLE will do well, we all of us agree.
D-DOROTHY and DO-ROTHEA, we canlt tell them apart,
And in athletic games the HENNINGERS are both ready to start
F-Fearsome and faithful, liked by all the folks-
Really a wonderful friend is our classmate ROBERT OAKES.
G-Generating gaiety and in athletics she's very handy:
We've all enjoyed knowing gymnastic HAZEL GANDY.
H-HIRSH is her last name, the girl with the smile,
VV1th a charming, quiet manner, SARALYN is quite worthwhile.
J'-jaunty .IOANIE KLEPIPICK has accomplished the feat
Of being very jolly, pop-ular, and petite.
K-Calls KOCH to mind-a fellow capable and kind:
ERIC also -has a very active mind.
L-Loves to laugh, likes to learn,
Lovely to look at-it's GEORGINE LUCERNIQ.
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Z-Zippy BUZZY SNIDERMAN is really quite zanyg
But this very zealous boy is also very brainy.
X-X-'tra special, X-cellent in-deed,
Is our very smart and clever CAROL REED.
C-Capable at cooking, a lady not 'too tall,
Is witty and Winsome Miss GRETA BALL.
V-Very nice to know, versatile in her work,
BARBARA ROMZY is the one never known to shirk.
B-Brings to mind BERES, that's SANFORD, you know,
A mighty handy fellow with a violin and bow.
N--Nfatrty and neat, and nice every day,
ARLENE STEPHEN made an attractive F.N.A.
M-Musically inclined. and athletics her attraction.
From Mifflin School came VIRGINIA JACKSON.
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Twenty-jffve Years at Alla'em'z'ce
February 7, 1927-Allderdice opens its doors to 689 pupils.
March 21, 1927-P.T.A. holds first meeting.
April 17, 1927-Foreword appears for the first time.
October, 1927-First basketball team formed by Coach Irwin.
February 10, 1928-Allderdice becomes senior high school.
March, 1928-Four acres purchased for athletic field.
September 25, 1928-The fore-runner of Student Council, the junior Safety
Council for Accident Prevention, is organized.
September 27, 1929-In first football game on school field, Carnegie wallops
June 24, 1930-First class graduates from Allderdice.
June, 1930-First Allderdice Journal appears on stands.
December, 1930-"Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of Middle
States and Maryland" formally accepts Allderdice as an accredited high school.
Fall, 1930-Zeta Chapter of National Honor Society founded at Allderdice.
April 25, 1931-Allderdice Orchestra wins first place among city schools.
Spring, 1932-Allderdice Orchestra sweeps First Awards in State Music Contest.
November, 1933-Dragon adopted as T.A.H.S. insignia.
April 17, 1933-First Student Court meeting.
February, 1935-First caps and gowns used in high sc-hool commencement.
Spring, 1935-Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel presented by music department.
February, 1938-School wins City basketball title.
February, 1938-First Dramatic English Class organized.
October 6, 1939-Marching Band made its debut.
November, 1939-Instead of Class Play, seniors put on I . Q., original musical re-
view, directed by Miss Rose Hartz.
March, 1939-Team wins city basketball title.
November 22, 1939-Majorettes founded.
September, 1940-Religious Education inaugurated.
February, 1941-First Qual Class founded.
June, 1941-In renovated cafeteria, -seniors hold first prom.
January, 1942-T.A.H.S. seal designed by senior art student.
September, 1942-Mr. J. D. Mc'Clymonds comes to Allderdice as principal.
March, 1943-Through bond and stamp sales, the school buys a pursuit ship.
June 1, 1943-Mr. Arthur Thomas comes to Allderdice as vice-principal.
October, 1944-Honor system installed.
June, 1945-Allderdice takes city track championship.
February, 1945-Allderdice captures city swim title.
September, 1946-Student Council reorganized.
February, 1946-Veterans Administration School set up here.
1948-Student Council adopts two war orphans, Polish girl and French boy.
May, 1948-First May Dance held.
November, 1948-Achievement Train brings together .Allderdice historical docu-
ments for Parents' Night.
September, 1949-Greek boy adopted as third orphan.
December, 1949-First talent show held.
February, 1950-Allderdice mermen take second straight swimming title.
December 18, 1950-Choir and Modern Dance Groups combine talents to present
A Christmas Carol.
February, 1951-Dragons take city swimming title.
March 6, 7. 8, 1951-Allderdice evaluated by Commission on Secondary Schools.
February, 1952-Allderdice celebrates twenty-fifth anniversary.
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'llC1l.CllCl' Nr. ,l. 'lf Shriner
President . i llztrvey Klein
Vice President . .. Nancy Schwinn
Secretary .. , , .. , Phyllis Black
Treasurer . . . , . . .. Betty Berkowitz
Student Council Representative ,, Phyllis Marcus
Foreword Representative ,. , Florence Chosky
Mr. Shriner-1 lnr owner is tops, yon e:in't fincl une finer:
He enzlclies nncl helps-his nznne is Nlr. Shriner.
Sandy Darling-.X Villllillllt' Idllllllllltt' is llztrling' Sanrly:
To put out at fire he's ztlwzlvs lizrnclv.
Richard Diasw-lle's at really great fielfler. ztnfl clnn't think it's lwius.
NYhen we speak so highly uf keen llirli llizis.
Ken Feldman-.X great relief hnrler in the lmnll pen.
.X terrific reliefer is strnng'. liztnilsnine lien.
Barrie Fisher-f-.X snre-fire slmrtstnp is what we ezlll liurrie:
lt it s :L elnse play, he ll never tztrry.
Forrest Harrisgl hrilliztnt left fielfler is none other than linclrlyi
lle's always rlepenflzllmle on rlry fielcl nr ninrlcly.
Harvey KleinA1hn' Ze-lce's the niztnziger uf the tezun--f
llzrnclsmne, glblltl-Il2lilll't'flf"i Jhl Xllmt ll clrezlnil
Joel Levinson-'lin rezteli first lmzlse is the lencl off lllZlll.S ggnzllg
.Xnrl nnrs will sneceecl. his nnnie is Aluel.
First Row-Vivian Mintz, Betty Lou Berkowitz, Phyllis Black, Nancy Schwinn, Harvey
Klein, Lois Field, Phyllis Marcus, Faye Chosky
Second Row-Dorothy Smith, Phyllis Verno, Sandra Labovitz, Forrest Harris, David
Soltzman, Kenneth Feldman, john Strahan, Leonard Sulkin
Third Row-Carol Sperling, Richard Dias, Barrie Fisher, Irwin Marcus, Harvey Sniderman,
Sanford Darling, Ernest Nettleton, Maxine Kravitz
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Irwin Marcus-Our clean-up hitter is husky Irvg
He canit be fooled with a fast ball or a curve.
Ernest Nettleton-Playing at third base. he knows every ruleg
In each undertaking Ernest's collected and cool.
Dave Saltzman-The home run hitter is our boy Dave:
W-hen he swings his bat, we stand up and rave.
john Strahan-Ready to carry his share in each play,
Jothn's the dependable one, day after day.
Len Sulkin-A guy who's come through again and again:
When the team's in a tight spot, we all call on Len.
Betty Berkowitz-When it comes to the money. you have to he -tricky:
Why, we'd rather have our Betty Lou than even Branch Rickey.
Barbara Billings-VVhen our Barbara bats in a time of great doubt.
This lovely pinch-hitter will never strike out.
Phyllis Black-Another great coach whois as sharp as a tack.
An alert, graceful leader is Phyllis Black.
Faye Chosky-A noted player on your team is Faye,
Whose wit and charm we'll applaud any day.
Wilma Elias-A great centerfielder. loaded with class.
Describes our VVilma-a pert, little lass.
Lois Field--Lois Field is truly a bright shining starg
With her on our side, our team will go far.
Maxine Kravitz-Our clever base stealer is pert Maxine:
Her methods are sure, though she's just a teen.
Sandra Labovitz-No one on the teams more respected than Sandyg
With all of her team-mates, she gets along dandy.
Phyllis Marcus-On each Wednesday morning. when all the teams meet
We're well represented, cause Phyllis can't be beat.
Vivian Mintz+Because of Vivian our fielder in right.
All opposing teams will have to fight.
Margie Peresman-Let's always keep Margie as the head of bat girls:
Any hitter she'd encourage with her sunny gold curls.
Nancy Schwinn-Versatile. sweet. with the spirit .to win.
A great deal of praise goes to Coach Nancy Schwinn.
Dorothy Smith-T-he ace of all catchers is slim, pretty Dotty:
Clever and cute, but "ooh',-never naughty.
Carol Sperling-A second baseman with qualities sterling,
A true competitor describes Carol Sperling.
Phyllis Verno-Phyllis Verno-a carrot top with speed,
Tries hard to place our team in the lead.
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There was a kind woman who lived in a shoe.
She had so niany children she didn't knnw what to dn:
liach one was a clever laddie or lass,
Yuu'll want to know more of this IZA class.
Bliss Johnston is our head technician.
To lie like her is our ambition.
Kneeling-Sondra Goldhammer, Sara Schmeiser, Rhoda Goldhammer, Marilyn Langue,
First Row-Alice Stephens, Memory Jones, Irene Goldstein, Joel Merenstein, Shirley
Vernon, Norma Fatkin, Patricia Farber, Hermoine Zionts, Mildred Kravitz
Second Row-Lula Mae Whetstone, Nancy Kelly, Adrienne Katz, Esther Johnson, George
Getty, Irwin Holtzman, Roberta Rosen, Marcia Glazer, Miss johnson
Third Row-Robert McKenzie, Richard Finder, David Mazer, Albert Lapidus, Harvey
Levine, Clayton Uhler, Harold Lapidus, Robert Lutsky, Arnold Silver
Teaeher A AA A A .,,, ,,,., ..,. A A AA A A AA Miss -lane vloiliiisuii
President AA A AA Shirley Vernon
Vice President AA AA AA AAANm'ma lean Fatkin
Secretary AA A A AAAAA AA A A AAAA A A Patsy Farber
'lireasurer A A A A A AA AA Axlnel Nlerenstein
Student Council Representative AA AA Sara Sehnieiser
lfnrewnrd Representative Nancy Kelly
ICILIEICN IHERKSON--Un lirnaclway, lfileen's name will shine hright:
Her acting someday will bring us delight.
PATRICIA FA-XRliliReI'atsy's personality just ean't he heat:
To he her friend is a wurthwhile treat.
NORM.-X 'IIQAX l'i.rX'iiKiN4Nfll'lllH'5 smile like the Milky Way
Is shining and hright. and always gay.
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DICK FINDER-Superb at swimming is our Dickg
In any crowd he's sure to click.
GEORGE GETTY-In our mind, George tops the rest-
Full of vim, vigor and zest.
MARCIA GLAZER-As president of Council, Marcia rates hi
That her talents are many, none can deny.
SONDRA and RHODA GOLDHAMMER--The Goldhammer cuties are a
source of great pleasureg
Of charm and glamor they give double measure.
IRENE GOLDSTEIN-A wonderful girl is Ireneg
In all categories she's really keen. I
FAY HERSH-Fay is full of bounce and pep.
On the ball-she's really hep.
IRV HOLTZMAN-Irv's a boy who's sure to succeed:
In "business deals." he takes the lead.
ESTHER JOHNSON-Esther's a girl we're glad to know:
In making friends sl1e's never slow.
MEMORY JONES-Memory is noted for her keen wit:
With all of us she makes a hit.
ADRIENNE KATZ-Adrienne has such a charming way:
She'll enhance happiness every day.
NANCY KELLY-Pretty as Venus is our Nancy,
Who won't be considered a mere passing fancy.
GAIL KEILLY-Gail's a girl who deserves the bestg
She has faced difficulty and met the test.
MILDRED KRAVITZ-Harmonizing is Middy's aim-
In this field she wins acclaim.
MARILYN LANGUE-A cheerleader we all want on our teamg
Mickey's the girl to fill any dream.
ALBERT and HAROLD LAPIDUS-T-he Lapidus twins real
A list of their friends would reach the sky.
ly rank high
HARVEY LEVINE-The one with sparkle is Harvey Levine:
In personality you can't beat "Bean,"
ROBERT LUTSKY-The scientific mind of our Bob
Could easily finish any job.
ROBERT McKENZIE-A nicer guy could not be found
Than Bob, a boy, who's college bound.
DAVID MAZER-A capable writer is our Dave
About his talents we can rave.
JOEL MERENSTEIN-A friendly guy so full of fun
Is jolly Joel, "The Cuddlesome One."
ROBERTA ROSEN-An intelligent girl is our Bobbyg
Making friends is her hobby.
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SARAH SCHMEISER-A cheerful girl is Sarah Schmeiserg
In scholastic work no one is wiser.
ARNOLD SILVER--By the shining light of the Silvvry moon.
All we girls need is Arnie to swoon.
ALICE STEPHENS-Alice will surely reach the topg
She's one pal we like a lot.
CLAYTON UHLER-Clayton is a guy we all admireg
To great heights he does aspire.
SHIRLEY VERNON-To us Shirley Vernon is way above par.
So she was elected our homeroom Czar.
FERN WHITMAN-On typing skill she can't be beatg
This charming miss rates among the "elite,"
LULA MAE WHETSTONE-One of the lovliest we all must say,
Is sweet and charming Lula Mae.
HERMOINE ZIONTS-Pert little Honey is our choiceg
Beyond compare is her rich alto voice.
I can't believe it. Seems like only yesterday that school began and all the
kids struggled in from their vacationsg yet, in a few days, we will all start for
college. Of all the years at high school, only the senior year is reallv unforgettable.
How wonderful and exciting it was and what fun we all had! Those evenings
we spent rehearsing for the class play when we really should have been doing our
themes: the days when the play was finally performed and the party afterwards:
those prom and class day committee meetings which so often turned into parties:
those evenings when we all got together to work on themes! and. of course. all
the evenings when we got together just to get together. And do you remember
Christmas Eve when we all went to midnight mass together and appreciated it all
the more for being with our friends. After Christmas came class day when, after
auditorium activities and a luncheon given us by the l2B's, all piled into cars and
dashed to I-Iochburg's for square dancing and singing. Graduation night all the
girls cried because they really didn't want to leave. The boys stood around and
laughed: but really they were sorry, too. The next evening was the Prom. where
everyone had a marvelous time. The orchestra was just grand. for thev could
play any kind of music. and almost any piece. The girls looked beautiful with
their gowns swishing around them, and the boys were so handsome as they led
the girls around the dance floor. After the prom, we all went out to eat some-
where. Everyone was beginning to realize that this was the last time we would
see each other. and the talk became serious. Although we stayed out kind of late
that night, time passed like minutes instead of hours. And now it's over. Every-
one is ready to go to college or to work. But all of us will "remember because
we can never forget" that wonderful senior year and all the sympathetic teachers
and wonderful friends who helped to make it so.
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THEN 689 pupils
NOW: 2627 pupils
THEN 32 teachers
NOVV: 101 teachers
THEN Foreword first appeared
NOW: 50 volumes published
THEN: First band organized
NOW: Five hands going strong
THEN: Round metal discs were used for food purchase
NOW: Ten-cent lunch tickets
THEN One lunch period
NOVV: Three lunch periods
THEN Dismissal at 3:45
NOW: Dismissal at 3:05
THEN 45 June graduates, none in January
NOW: 327 June graduates, 89 january graduates
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Thanks for the memories-the annex and the wall, the crowded high school
hall, the programs and the parties, and the clubs that were for all-we thank you
Yes, thanks for the memories-the elevator passes, how late we came in
classes, excuses that amused us that you couldn't read with glasses-we thank you
So thanks for the memories of teachers and of friends, of bobby socks and
trends, the class play, graduation, prom-we hoped it wouldn't end-we thank
you so much.
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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES
Vice President-Taylor Thompson
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
ELINOR GOLDMARK AARON-journal Staff: Foreword Staff,
Editor-in-Chief: Senior Leaders, Secretary, President, Social Chair-
man: Junior Leaders. President: German Club: Homeroom Secre-
tary, IZB: American Chemical Society Test: Civic Club Test: Tennis
Championship '5l: Sons of American Revolution Medal SB: D.A.R.
History Medal 9B: Second Prize Chamber of Commerce Contest
'-19: junior and Senior Athletic Letters: Outstanding Leadership
Awards: junior Highest Point lYiuncr Msdal
JOHN W. ABBOTT - Student Council Representative '50, '5l:
JERRY ABRAMS-Senior Discussion Club: Travel Club: Chess
Club: Library Staff: Stamp Club: Teen-age Book Club: Westing-
house Talent Search Contest: Hall Staff
ALAN LOUIS ACKERMAN-Senior Class Treasurer: Homeroom
President, 9A, IOB, IOA, IZB, IZA: Varsity Basketball '51, '5Z: Busi-
ness Manager, Foreword Staff: Business Editor, journal Staff:
D.A.R. History Award: Civic Club Test: Recording Secretary, Sen-
ior Discussion Club: Student Council, Social Committee: F.T.A
Social Committee. Program Committee: Class Day Committee'
Band 5, -l. 3. 2. l: Marching Band
ROGER I-IARTLEY AHLERS-Senior Discussion Club: College
Club: Program Committee: Hall Staff: Intramural Basketball '51,
'52: Entered from Shady Side Academy, 11B
MARLENE RITA ALDER-F.N.A.: Teenage Book Club: Fore-
word Representative. IOB: Volley Ball: Distributive Education Class
KENNETH JOEL ALMAN-Chess Club: Microscope Club: Hall
Staff: Band 5: Marching Band: All-City Band
NATALIE AMDUR-Gregg Competent Typist Award: Foreword
Staff Representative, 10th, llth, 12th Grade: Future Business Lead-
ers of America: Future Nurses of America: Travel Club: Senior
RONNA SUE ANISH-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade:
Homeroom Secretary, 10th Grade: Homeroom Social Chairman,
llth, l2tl1 Grade: Student Council Nominating Connuittee: Senior
Discussion Club: F.T.A.: Hall Staff: journal Staff: Modern Dance:
Special Dance: Advanced Clothing: Dance Programs: Fashion
Show: Ushers Staff: French Club: Civic Club Test
CLAIRE ELAINE ARNOWITZ-Gregg Shorthand 80 VVord Test
Award: Senior Discussion Club: ,lunior Book Club: Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America: United Nations Club: College Club: Hall
Staff: Orchestra 3
SHIRLEY LOUISE AULT-Gladstone Social Dancing Club, Presi-
dent: Gladstone Awards: Secretarial Course: Foods Projects
EDWARD AVERBACH-Green Key Club: Senior Discussion Club:
Band 5: Orchestra 4, 3, Z. l: Homeroom Secretary, IOB: Collection
of Records for l-Blind for Key Club
RAYMOND' WALTER AZINGER-Mechanical Drawing Projects:
Jewelry Projects: Hobby-Playing the Spanish Guitar
CATHERINE MARGARET BACIGAL-Library Club, Typist: To-
day's Business Girls: Penmanship Award
JANE DOLORES BAKAYSZA-Homeroom Vice President, llH:
Service Club: Future Business Girls: D.:-X.R. Award
NANCY A. BALTIC-journal Art Staff: Gregg Typing Award:
Junior Y-Teens: Library Club: Spanish Club: College Club: Ad-
BEVERLY JEAN BALUKIN - Horne's Clothing Contest: .Kd-
vanced Clothing Projects: Service Club: Todav's Business Girls:
Hockey '51, ,522 Volley Ball '51, '5Z: Basketball '5Z: Mushhall '50,
'5l: Athletic Letters
JACK D. BALTROTSKY-Cnited Nations Club: Short XN'ave Club:
Travel Club: Life Saving: Orchestra 3, Z, l: lilectric Shops: Special
Shops: Sociology Trip
DAVID L. BANKSHChorus n, 4. 3, Z, l: .-Xrt Projects: B'nai ITrith
Art Contest: Intramural Basketball '49, '52
BARBARA PHYLLIS BARMEN-Homerocm Vice President, 712:
Homeroom Secretarv, QB: F.T.A.: College Club: United Nations
Club: Microscope Club: Majorettes: Square Dance Club: Junior
Glee Club: Corridor Staff: Chorus 5, l: Orchestra -l: Tutoring
Staff: Bach Choir
BERNICE PEARL BEGLER-Journal Staff: Senior Discussion
Club: F.T.,-X.: College Club: Cafeteria Staff: Tutoring Staff: Stu-
dent Council Member-at-Large: Problems Committee, Student
Council, Program Committee: Hoineroom Secretary, 10th Grade:
VVCAF School of the Air: D,A.R. History Award: Ushers Award:
Library Award: Hockey '5l: Basketball '5l: Tennis '51
JOHN DOUGLAS BENCICH-Choir 4: Glee Club: Junior Varsity
Basketball '5l: lntramural Basketball: Choir P.T.A. Program: Glee
Club Program: Entered from Duquesne High School, IIB: Favorite
RICHARD C. BERGENSTEIN-Metal Shop Foreman: Mechanical
Drawing Projects: Swimming Team '47: Bach Choir: Choir Z:
Square Dance Club: Metal XVorking Club
MARILYN BERGER-F.T..-X.: Student Council: Cafeteria Staff:
Special Dance, Accompanist: Social Committee: Chorus 5, 4, 3, Z, 1:
Chorale: Honieroom Secretary, llth, 12th Grade: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Foreword Typist: Journal Staff Typist: Gregg Typing
Award: Secretary for Periodicals
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PAUL J. BERGER4Senior Discussion Club: Student Council:
Travel Club: Hand 5. -L 3, 2, l: Marching' Hand: lntramural Basket-
ball 'Sig Homeroom President. lZ.X: Secretary, lllli: Treasurer, llth
Grade: Prcni Committee
SUSAN BERGMAN--Student Council, Social Committee, Publicity
Chairman: Cshcr Staff: F.'l',pX.: Foreword .-Xrt Staff: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Student lfederalists: -lunior Leaders: Dramatic Eng-
lish Class: Chairman, Publicity Committee: Scholastic Art Contest
Certificate ot' Merit: Stht lastic Gold Key Award: H'nai H'rith Con-
test, Znd Prize: qXA.,X. Safety Poster Contest, lst Prize, Local:
National Safety Poster Contest, Honorable Mention
RONALD O. BERKMAN-Qualitative Analysis Class: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Student Council Alternate, LEA: Parents' Night Movie,
'5l: Civic Club Test: American Chemical Society Test
DONALD E. BERKEYBILE-Chorus 5, Treasurer: Special Shop
2: Male Chorus
DOREEN LEE BINSTOCK-Homeroom President, 9l3: Student
Council, Social Committee: ,lunior Leaders: Travel Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Lshers Staff: Chorus -l, 3
BERNIE LEE BLIMAN-Ushers Staff: Hall Staff: Orchestra 3:
Band 3: Electric and Special Shop Projects: Carnegie Music Hall
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MITCHEL F. BLOOM-Student Council Member-at-Large: Repre-
sentative, IZ.-X: Moderator. Senior Discussion Club: Vice President,
F.T.A.: Problems Committee: Social Committee, Student Council:
College Club: Qualitative Analysis Class: Civic Club Test: Track
Team '51, '5Z: Care Affair: Thanksgiving Program: Athletic Letter
BILL E. BOEHM-Entered from Saint Hede's, 913: lntrainural
Basketball '49, '5l: Mechanical Drawing' Projects: Favorite Sports-
DOROTHY BODNAR-NYithdren' from class.
WAYNE CHARLES BOND-Homeroom Vice President, lll3:
National junior Honor Society: Gladstone ,I nior Varsity Basket-
ball '50: English Award
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SHIRLEY ANN BROWN-Chorus 5, 4, 3, 1: Certificate of Recog-
nition: Allderdice Letter: Modern Dance: Dance Programs: Service
Club: Basketball '-18: Volley Ball '-l9: Softball '49
L.aRUE BRUCE-Hoineroom Vice President, l1!X: Student Coun-
cil: Square Dance Club: Senior Y-Teens: Service Club: Hall
Staff: Volley Ball '49
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GERALDINE ROSE BUGEL-Future Nurses of America, M.M.M.,
Constitution Committee, Homeroom Vice President, Program Com-
mittee, Hall Staff, Rhythmic Swimming Class, Advanced Foods
JACK LEON BURNSTEIN-Will graduate in 1953.
MARY ALICE CADDY-1-lomeroom President. 9th Grade, 11th
Grade, Student Council, Social Committee, Ushers Staff, Cafeteria
Staff, Microscope Cluh, M.M.1X1., Chorus 4, 3, Horne's Sewing
Contest Award, Fashion Show, 1950-1951, Hockey, '49, '50, Basket-
SARAH JOAN CALESARIC-Hrmeroom President, 9th Grade,
Vice President, lllth Grade, Hall Staff, Fashion Show, Typing'
Award, Sewing Projects, Basketball '50, Volley Ball '50
BEVERLY CALFO4Horne's Sewing' Contest, Fashion Show, '50,
'51, Orchestra 4, 3, 2, Hockey '49, '50, '51, Volley Rall '49, '50, '51,
Basketball '49, '50, '51, Future Plans-Typist
GLORIA LEE CAPLAN-Gregg Typing Award, F.T.A., Senior
Discussion Cluh, College Cluh, Roekroom Cluh, Hall Staff, Or-
chestra 5, Homeroom Treasurer, 11.-X, Homeroom Vice President,
JOYCE HONEY CAPLANfMicroscope Club, Social Committee,
Travel Club, Senior Discussion Cluh, Homerooin President, 10A,
Foreword Representative, Student Council Representative, Dis-
tributive Education Class
GEORGIA LYNN CANTER-Secretary, Camera Cluh, Dramatic
English, Student Council Memher-at-1.arg'e, Student Council Com-
mittee, Care Affair, Pennsylvania League of XVomen Voters' Lec-
ture, 1951, UNESCO Books Overseas Campaign, F.T..-X., College
Cluh, Spanish Cluh, junior Leaders, Basketball Manager, '49
SUSAN MARY CANTER-French Cluh, President, Dramatic ling-
lish Class, Intermediate Discussion Cluh, College Cluh, 1f.'1'..-X.,
Sons of ,-Xmerican Revolution Award, Volley llall, 1950, Mushhall
URI A. CARPENTER, JR.--Orchestra 5, Treasurer, Band 5,
BERRY CARR--Entered Allderclice from Gladstone, 11B, Basket-
hall '50, Softball '51, Track '51, '52, Electric Shop Projects,
PAUL CHAENKOK-Chess Cluh, Slide Rule Cluh, Mechanical
Drawing and VVood Shop Projects
DOLORES R. COCO-Future Business Leaders of America: Cap-
..-2-::'iks,2s-43: Cl ,skies ,S is gs gs
MICHAEL CHERINGTON-Cafeteria Staff: Chess Club: Student
Council, 9th Grade: Orchestra 5: Chess Club President: Chess Team
'49, '50, '51, '5Z: Dramatic English: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Gregg' Typing Award
PAUL A. CLYDESDALE-Moved to Ohio
tain, Basketball '49, '50
'49, '50, '51: Shorthand
Staff: Band 5: Collection
TED COHEN-Green Key: Football '48, '-19: Swimming '49, '50, '51,
'52: Golf Team '50, '5l, '52: Dramatic English Class: Football
PHYLLIS COLEMAN-journal Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Student
Council Member-at-Large: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Travel
Club: junior Leaders: Athletic Letter: Problems Committee:
Homeroom Treasurer, 9th, 10th Grade: Camera Club: Student Coun-
cil Convention '51
GENEVA COLES-Homeroom Secretary, 9.-X: President, ltlll: Vice
President. 10.-X: Vice President, Future Nurses of America: Usher-
ing Staff: Dramatic Club: Chorus 4, 3
JACQUELINE LEE CORE-Honor Student: Food Projects: Hall
Staff: Entered Allderdice in 12B
GILBERT B. CRAMER-Dramatic English: Choir 5: Homeroom
Secretary, Treasurer, 12th Grade: Chess Club Secretary: Basketball
Team Manager: Student Council Social Committee: Scholastic
VVriting Contest, Honorable Mention: Senior Discussion Club: Col-
lege Club: Male Chorus: Track Team
DARRELL J. CUPPETT-Class Day Committee: School Organist:
Auditorium Programs: History Award, Mifflin School: Harmony
Class: Hall Staff: Mechanical Drawing Projects
, '5l: Volley Ball '49, '50, '51, '52: Baseball
Award, 80 VVords per Minute: Ushers of
CARYL ANN COHEN-Senior Discussion Club: Future Nurses of
America: Choir 4: Aim-To Attend Pennsylvania State College for
ELEANOR JANICE COHEN-Spanish Club: Senior Discussion
Club: Foods Classes Projects: Entered Allderdice in 8A from
STANLEY COHEN-Key Club: Senior Discussion Club: Hall
of Records for the Blind: Books for
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WILLQIAM ZILYO-Honieroom 'l'l'L'2lSl1l'L'l', 9th Grade: Secretary,
10th Grade: Square Dance Club: Special Shop: Track '51, '52
ALAN E. DALBY-Honierooni Treasurer, l0th, llth Grade: lntra-
mural Basketball '48, '49, '50, '5l: Art Projects: Jewelry Projects
ROGER L. DAVIDSONH -Homeroom 'lil'CZlSlll'L'l', llB: Camera Club,
Corresponding Secretary: Spanish Club: Senior Discussion: Band
JANE C. DAVIS!lfuture Business Leaders of America: Service
Club: Square Dance Club: .Ndvanced Clothing: Fashion Show:
Hockey '50, '5l: Basketball: Captain, Volley Ball: Mnshball
JAMES S. DeLO-lintered from Baxter junior High School, 10th
Grade: Square Dance Club: Choir 5: Band 5: Marching Band
JOSEPHINE ANN DeMATTEO-Distribntive lidncation Class:
Senior Discussion Club: Volley Ball '5l: Basketball '5l: Future
AUDREY MARY DEPKON-Library Club: Senior, Junior Y-
Teens: Gym Awards: Yolley Ball '5l: Basketball '50, '5l. '5Z:
Distributive Education Class
DOLOQES S. DIAMONDfl".'l'.4X.: Senior Discussion Club: To-
day's Bye-ii-Less Girls: Service Club: Volley Ball '48, '-19: Mushball
'49, '50: Basketball '50: Sociology Field Trips: jewelry Projects
JUNE DILLNER-l7.'l',.X.: Senior Discussion Club: Senior Lead-
ers: Microscc pe Club: Spanish Club: Hall Patrol: Harmony Classes:
Special Dance: Square Dance Club: Basketball '50, '5l: Volley Ball
'50, '52: Hockey '5l: Mushball '49: Chorus 3
SALLY DONOVAN-Dramatic English: Scholastic Standing Coni-
niittee: F.T.A.: Membership Committee: Tutoring Staff: Program
Committee: Cafeteria Staff: Y-Teens: Civic Club Test: Pennsyl-
vania History Test .Xwardg Hearst L'nited States History Test:
Gregg Typing Award: Volley Ball '49, '50: Hockey '-19: Basketball
'50 : Mushball '49
RICHARD F. DORWART-'jewelry Projects: lintered from Miff-
lin School in 9B: Vocational Preference-Salesnian
ANN LOUISE EASTONfCafeteria Staff: Y-Teens: Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America
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WILLIAM ALBERT EATON-Square Dance Club: Cheerleaders:
Choir 4, Secretary: VXI-stern Pennsylvania Safety Council Award:
HELEN JEWELL ECKBRETH-Cafeteria Staff: journal Staff:
French Club: Modern Dance Accompanist, 10th Grade: Harmony
Class: Homeroom Treasurer. 10th Grade: Homeroom President,
llth Grade: History Award, D.A.R., Sth Grade: A.A.A., Local
Safety Poster Honorable Mention: Scholastic Art Gold Key: Scho-
lastic Art Contest Certificate of Merit
KARL EGERMAN-Entered in 9th Grade from Linden School:
Choir 5: Choir Programs
BYRON AMDUR ELIASHOF--Senior Class Secretary: Homeroom
President l0B. Social Chairman IZA: French Club, Treasurer:
Senior Discussion Club, Moderator: F.T.A,: Student Council: Bad-
minton Club: Orchestra B. C, D: Football Manager '50: junior
Town Meeting' Speaker '50, '5l: French Contest. Znd Prize: Latin
Contest, 3rd Prize: American Chemical Society Contest
RUTH ANN ELLIOTT-Chorus 5, 4. 5. l: Chorale: F.T.A.: Prob-
lems Connnittee, Student Council: Program Committee, M.M.M.:
Hall Staff: Y-Teens: Davis School Teaching Project: Volley Ball '49
ROBERT JOSEPH EMIGI-I-Choir 2: Print Shop Projects: Favor-
ite Sports-Basketball. Baseball. Bowling: Future Vocation-Ap'
prentice in Tool and Dye Making
KATHRYN S. ENGEMANN TJINIFIDIIUVC ldntation Class, Stu
dent Council: Square Dance Club: Mushball: Hockey ' 9: 'sket-
ball '49: Volley Ball, Co-captain '49
GARY J. FALCE-Mechanical rawing Hroj t" ICFICWI Legion
Awardkgitraeural ske 9, '5 tg' ,
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THERESA MARIE EALCE-M.M.M. Treasurer: Homeroom Trea-
surer. IZA: Hockey '51: Basketball '5l: Mushball '51: Vollev Ball
'5l: Athletic Award '51 '
DONALD R.lFASKOW--Presitleilt of Homeroom, 9B, 9A, l0B, 10A:
VVon Letter in Track '49, '50, '5l: Mechanical Drawing Projects:
United Nations Club: Projection Club
JACK D. FAULKNER-Chorus 4. Z: Glce Club: Hall Staff: Intra-
mural Basketball '49, '50, '5l: Electric Shop and VVood Shop Projects
LEON A. FELMANwSons of the American Revolution Award:
D.A.R. Award: Scholastic Writing Award: Homeroom Treasurer
10th Grade: President of Slide Rule Club: Program Chairman'
Camera Club: Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.: College Club' Intraj
mural Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52: Civic Club Test: Class Day
Committee: Hall Staff 5
RICHARD MAYER FELSER-Square Dance Club: Entered from
XVilkinsburg High School, llli: College I'relerence4Pitt
DAVID FERBER-Honieroom President, 9B, IOA: Foreword Repre-
sentative, IZH: College Club: United Nations Club: Spanish Club:
Advanced Art: Intramural Basketball '49, '50, 'Sl
CLARA SUZANNE FERKO4Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, 9th, 10th Grade: Hall Staff: Model, Gin1bel's Teen
GLORIA BEVERLY FIBUS-Senior Discussion Club: Spanish
Club: F.T.A.: Tutoring Service: Program Committee: Chorus 4, 3, l:
Today's Business Girls: jewelry Projects: Gregg Typing Award:
Gregg Shorthand Award: Field Trips: Hockey '50
DONALD S. FIDLER-Microscope Club, Vice President: Home-
room President, 9th to llth Grade: Ushers Staff: Hall Patrol:
Chorus 5: Male Chorus: Glee Club: Choir Programs: History
Award: Citizenship Award: Gregg Typing Award: National Science
Talent Search Test: junior Varsity Basketball '50
BAILA FINEMAN-Dramatic English Class: Student Council:
Class Day Committee: Senior Discussion Club, Membership Chair-
man, IZB: Secretary, l2pX: l",'I'.t-X.: Travel Club: Student Council
Convention: Cshers Staff: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand
STANLEY LEON FINK-Senior Discussion Club: Travel Club:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Student Federalists: Choir 4: lntra-
mural Basketball '49, '50
NATHAN S. FIRESTONEAShort VVave Club: Ushers Staff:
Orchestra 4: All-City Senior Orchestra: String Quartet: Opera
ALVIN WILLIAM FRIEDMAN-Dramatic linglish: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Student Federalists: College Club: Homeroom Trea-
surer. 9th Grade: Choir 5, 3, 2: Male Chorus: Glee Club: Monotone
Quartet: Choir Programs
JOAN CAROL FRIEDMAN-Social Committee, F.T..-X.: Program
Chairman, College Club: Homeroom Secretary, QA, IOB, llA:
Treasurer, l0A. 123: Vice President, llB: Student Council Repre-
sentative: Travel Club: Ushers Staff: Senior Discussion Club:
Special Dance: Dance Programs: Cotton Ball Dance Committee
JUDITH ANN FRIEDMAN-Future Nurses of America: Travel
Club: Senior Discussion Club: Foreword Representative, l0th, llth,
lZth Grade: Orchestra 3, 2, l: Typing Certificate: Food Projects
LARRY FRISHMAN-Travel Club, Social Connnittee: Band 4:
Field Trips: Soccer Team '49, '50: Hobby-Reading Science Fiction
ARTHUR M. FUHRER-Entered from Hyde Park High School.
Chicago, Illinois in IZB: Pyramid Club: Intramural Basketball
JAMES G. GALLAGHER--Metal Shops: Special Shops: Football
'-39: Red Cross Drive '50, '51, '52: Favorite Sport-Motorcycling
ALBERT GARDILL-Hall Staff: Basket Room l'at1'ol: Woodshops:
College Preference-Ifniversity of Pittsburgh
VIVIAN MARIE GARNER--lintered from Iiladstone junior lligh
School, IIB: Favorite Sports-Basketball, Baseball
GRETCHEN K. GASCHLER i Student Scholastic Committee:
F.T.A.: Tutoring Staff, Co-Chairman: Cafeteria Staff: Foreword
Representative, 9th Grade: Athletic Shield: Food Projects: Field
Trips: Volley Ball '49, '50: Hockey '-19: Mushball '50: Basketball '50
MARK B. GLADSTONE - Vice President, Student Federalistsi
United Nations Club: Hebrew Club: Senior Discussion Club: Band
5: Marching Band: Band Programs: Scholastic Photography Award
JAMES EDWARD GLICK - Homeroom Vice President: Chess
Club: Track '49, '50, '51, '5Z: Student Council Representative
THOMAS MICHAEL GLUSHIEN g Orchestra A: Microscope
Club: Orchestra Programs: Evaluation Recital: Pittsburgh Photo-
graphic Society Award: American Society ot' Magazine Photo-
graphers' Award: Senior Publicity Committee
ANN DORIS GOLDSTEIN-journal Staff: Class Day Connnittee:
Homeroom Secretary. 9B: Treasurer, IIB: Social Chairman, IIA.
IZA: F,T.A. Secretary. IZB, IZA: Assistant Moderator, Senior Dis-
cussion, IZB: College Club: Student Council: Usher Staff: Social
Committee, Student Council: Travel Club Secretary: Delegate to
VVorld Peace Conference: Gregg Typing Award: Civic Club Test:
ANN LOIS GOLDSTEIN-Spanish Club Treasurer: Teen Age
Book Club Treasurer: M.M.M.: Today's Business Girls: Cafeteria
Staff: Orchestra 3, 2, I
M.ARCIA I. GOLDSTEIN-Dramatic English: Class Play: Senior
Discussion: Teen-Age Book Club: Class Day Committee: Student
Council: Harmony Class
GLORIA GOODWORTH-Vice President of Orchestra: Treasurer
of Orchestra: College Club: Harmonv Club: 214 Activities Staff:
Orchestra 5: Trio and String Quartet: All-City Orchestra: Or-
chestra Programs: Foreword Representative, IZA
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BEVERLY ELAINE GORDON-Hemeroom Secretary and Trea-
surer, 9th, 10th Grades: Spanish Club: Teen-Age Book Club: Future
Nurses of America: Orchestra 3, Z, 1: Chorus 4, 3: Fashion Show
'50, '5l: Red Cross Award for Home Care of the Sick
RICHARD JAMES GRATTON-Jewelry 3: Print 4: Type 2
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DAVID G'lfAY--Track '50, '51, '5Z: Advanced VVood Shop: Ameri-
can Legion Award: Hobby--Airplane Building
DANIEL GREENBERG-I-Ionieroom President, l0B, 11A: Vice
President, Spanish Club: Football Club: Treasurer, Travel Club:
Treasurer, Camera Club: President. Projection Club: Band 5:
Football '50: Intramural Basketball '50-'52: Care Affair
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RI-IEDA GREENBERG-Social Comluittee, F.T.A.: Special Dance:
Student Council: Dramatic English: Chorus 5, 4, 3, Z. 1: A Cappella
Choir Secretary, lltb, 12th Grade
PHYLLIS JANE GREENSPAN--Honierotrm Treasurer, 9th Grade:
College Club: Future Nurses of America: Senior Discussion Club:
Spanish Club: Travel Club: Orchestra 5, Z: Hockey '50: Home
Nursing Award '
WILLIAM ROBERT GREER-Mierosebpe Cluiiijl-lonierooni Social
Ctl11lI1ll1lC'9I Football '49, '51: VVood Shops 5, 4, 3, Z, 1: Mechanical
llrawingg Football Letter
BETTY CAROLE GRIIVIMfFreneh Club: Senior Leaders: Book-
room Staff: Basketball '52: Volley Hall '49, '50, '5l: Softball '49, '50,
'51: Hockey '49, '50, '5l: Honierooin Vice President, 12th Grade:
Horne's Sewing Council: Athletic Award
LOTTIE GROSS-Future Nurses of America: Library Club: Hall
Staff: Orchestra 3: Mushball '49, '50
DUANE GURLEY-Track '51, '52: Basketball '51, '52: City Cham-
pionship Meet Award
JOSEPH M. HARRIS-Orchestra 5: Rand 5: All-City Band: All-
City Orchestra: XVoodwind Quintet: Clarinet Quartet: College Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Chess Club: Harmony Class: Care Affair:
May Dance Music
MARGARET D. HAYESfBasketball '50, '5l: Volley Hall '50, '51
'52: Softball '50, '51: Hockey '50, '51
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MARGARET JANE HEATLEY-Homeroom President, 11B, IZB:
Homeroom Yice President. IZA: Senior Leaders: Hockey, Basket-
ball, Volley Ball, Mushball Tournaments, 10th, llth, 12th Grades:
Horne's Sewing Contest, lst Prize: Horne's Sewing Council: Class
ELAINE JOY HELLER-Dramatic English: Chorus 5: Chorale:
F.T.A.: Student Council: French Club, President: Cafeteria Staff:
Junior Leaders: Athletic Letter: Basketball '48, '49: Volley Ball:
Homeroom Treasurer, 10th, llth Grades: Sons of American Revo-
lution Award: Tutoring Staff: Program Committee: Civic Club Test
DAVID HENRY-Dramatic English: Entered Allderdice, IZB, from
St. Fidelis Academy: Favorite Sport-Baseball
M. WILLIAM HERMAN-French Club: Slide Rule Club: journal
Staff: Foreword Representative: Student Council Nominating Com-
mittee: Orchestra 5: VVoodwind Quintet: All-City Orchestra: Home-
room Secretary, 10th Grade: Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade:
Intramural Basketball '50, '5l: Qualitative Analysis Class: German
Club Program: American Legion Award: Civic Club Test: VVorld
Affairs Forum Delegate
NANCY HERTZ-Student Council Representative, SA, 9B, IZB:
History Club: Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Hall
Staff: Dramatic English: Gregg Typing Award: Sociology Field
JUDITH B. HIRSCHFIELD-Dramatic English: F.T.A.: French
Club, Program Committee: Senior Discussion Club: Camera Club:
Student Council: Cafeteria Staff: Slide Rule Club: Chorus 3, 1:
Daughters of American Revolution Award: Qualitative Analysis
Class: Orchestra l: Civic Club Test
SONDRA M. HIRSCI-IFIELDvFuture Nurses of America: Ad-
vanced Art: jewelry 1, 2: Field Trip to Economy: Future Plans-
T0 Attend Pitt
DANIEL HOHENSTEIN-Senior Discussion Club: College Club
Program Committee: Microscope Club: Social Chairman of F.T.A.:
Travel Club: United Nations Club: Intramural Basketball '5l: Care
Affair Committee: Cotton Hall Committee: President of Homeroom,
9B: Secretary, 1013: Homeroom Social Chairman. HH: Student
ALEEN MYRA HOLTZMAN-F.T.A.: F.N.A.: Chorus 5. -1, Z, l:
Senior Discussion Club: Chorale: Choir Programs: Student Coun-
cil: Foreword Representative: Gregg Typing Certificate: Care
HELEN BETTY HOMOVICS-Hockey '50, '5l: Basketball '50, '51,
'52: Volley Ball '50, '51, '52: Musbball '50, '5l: jewelry Z
DORIS MAE HOPKINS - Advanced jewelry: Basketball '50:
Gerwig Award: National junior Honor Society: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Secretary and Treasurer of Leaders Club at Gladstone:
Award in Typing
SHIRLEY MAE HUDSON-Committee for Open House: Volley
Ball '50: Sociology Field Trips: Fashion Show: American Legion
Award: Athletic Award
JOHN JAMES HUNTER f Vice President. Key Club: Student
Council Representative, 9B, 9A: Senior Discussion Club: Square
Dance Club: Hall Staff: Track '51, '52: Basketball '50, '51, '5Z:
Athletic Awards: Advanced VVood Shop: Advanced Print Shop
IRENE HVOZDOVICH - Y-Teens, Social Chairman: Todav's
Business Girls: Service Club: Shorthand Awards: Athletic Awards:
Home Nursing Certificate: Volley Ball '49, '52: Basketball '5l:
Hockey '51: Softball '51
ARLINE H. JOHNSON-Dramatic English: Homeroom President.
1213: Treasurer, l2A: Secretary, llA: Microscope Club: Senior
Leaders: Student Council: Hockey '49, '50: Basketball '49, '50:
Vollev Ball '49: Softball '50: Advanced Sewing: Fashion Shows '50.
'5l: Varsity Drag Committee: Sociology Field Trips
REBECCA ANN JOHNSON--M M.M.: Student Council Repre-
sentative: Advanced Clothing: Volley Ball '52: Basketball '50
ADREON JORDON - Honieroom Treasurer, 10th, llth Grades:
Chorus Z: Advanced VVood Shop: History Award
HILDA MAE JOYCE-Homeroom Vice President, 9th, 10th Grades:
Secretary, llth Grade: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Hall
Staff' Vollev Ball "0 '5l' Distributive Education Class
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BARBARA B. KAPLAN Spanish Club Camera Club Senior
Discussion: Intermediate Discussion Collc c Club 11'1 A
JOHN J. KARAFAwFootball wl I'rack 50 '12 Xthletic Awards
Advanced Special Shop: Mechanical Drawing, Vocational Prefer
MARVIN L. KARDON-Hall Staff Microscope Club Senior Dis
cussion Club: Camera Club Dele atc to Point Parl Opcning
PHILIP J. KARLIN-Homeromm Vnc President 12B 12A Xctlvl
ties Chairman, 1ZA: Senior Publicity Committee PTA Senior
Discussion Club: Spanish Club Football Club Chess Club Bands
CHARLES B. KEMPfPaskctball Captain 1 Vlon Gladstone
MILDRED KEPICH-Distrlbutive Education Class Xollev Ball
'50, '51: Hockey '5l: Basketball 50 Occupational Preference
KATHERINE BELLE KINCAID - Future Nurses of America:
M.M.M.: Speech Class: Gregg Typing Award: Athletic Award:
Field Trips: Hockey '51, '5Z: Basketball '51, '52: Volley Hall '51, '5Z'
MARY JANE KIRKPATRICKsChorus 5, 4. 3, l:Cafeteria Staff:
Y-Teens, Treasurer: Choir Programs: Hotnerootn Secretary, lZth
Grade: Hockey '48: Volley Hall '48
HERBERT DAVID KLEBER-journal Staff: Student Council,
Problems Committee Chairman: Homeroom l'resident, 12.-X: Vice
President, 1111: Hall Staff Captain: Student Treasurer: Senior
Discussion Club: Orchestra 5: Qualitative Analysis Class: Ameri-
can Legion Award: Prom Connnittee. Chairman: Slide Rule Club:
Civic Club Test
LEONARD JOEL KIRSCHfHomeroom Treasurer. 9th Grade:
Band 5, 4, 3, 2, 1: Chess Club: Senior Discussion Club: Library
Club: Hall Staff: Field Trips
LESLIE A. KLEIN-journal Staff: Senior Publicity Committee:
Student Council, Publicity Committee: Senior Discussion Club:
College Club: Travel Club: United Nations Club: Cshers Staff:
Camera Club: Hall Staff: Orchestra 4, 2: Homeroom Secretary.
l0B: Treasurer, l0A: junior Varsity: Basketball '49
GERALDINE MARIE KOCAN-Homeroom President, 12th Grade:
Secretary, llth Grade: junior Leaders: Senior Leaders: Athletic
Awards: Field Trips: Basketball '49, '50: Hockey '50: ltlushball
ANNALEE KOLKO luture Nurses of America: Senior Discus-
sion Club: Hall Staft: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer, 10th Grade:
ROBERT L. KORONA - Homeroom President, llA: Co-social
Chairman, IZA: Hall Staff: .Xdvanced VVood Shop: Minstrel Show:
Athletic Letters in Football, Track: Football '49, '50, '5l: Track
'49, '50, '51, '52
RONALD KOTTLER-Travel Club, Chairman: Program Com-
mittee: Driving lnstruction Committee: Chess Club: Chorus 4, 3, 2:
Male Glee Club: Field Trip: Football '50
MARY ELIZABETH KOVACS-Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer.
1213: President, 10:-X, 1113: Hall Staff: American Legion Award:
Volley Ball '50: Basketball Manager '50: Advanced Clothing
MARCIA KOVARSKY-journal Staff: Student Council, Problems
Committee: Tutoring Staff: F.T.A.: Senior Leaders. Social Com-
mittee, Treasurer: Travel Club: College Club: French Club, Social
Chairman: Scholastic Art Contest: Gold Key Award: Athletic
Letter: Volley Ball '51, '52: Mushball '50, '51: Hockey '5l: All-Star
Hockey Team: Basketball '50, '51: National junior Honor Society:
Civic Club Test
JACQUELINE KRAMfSenior Discussion Club: Spanish Club:
Travel Club: Student Council Representative: Foreword Repre-
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GEORGE A. KRAMER - Projection Club President, llth, 12th
Grades: Band 5: Orchestra 5: Marching Band: Buhl Planetarium
Award in Science: Intramural Basketball, '50: Cnited Nations Club:
College Club: Class Day Committee: Chess Club: Senior Discussion
PAUL S. KRAMER-Foreword Staff, 7th, 10th Grades: French
Club: Travel Club: United Nations Club: Band 5: Marching Band:
Foreword Representative, IZB, IZA: Student Tutoring Service
BARBARA LEE KRIMSLY-Spanish Club: Majorettes tklanagerl:
Senior Discussion: l7.T.A.: Dramatic linglish Class: Hall Staff
PAUL SAMUEL KRUSPIR--Football Club: Co-Captain, '51 Foot-
ball Team: Football '49, '50, '51, '5.Z: Track Team '49, '50, '5.Z:
Five Sports Letters
SHIRLEY ANN KUSKO--Dramatic linglish: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 1013: Vice President, 11.-X, IZB: Senior Discussion Club:
Y-Teens: Senior Leaders: Chorus 4: Program Committee: Athletic
Awards: Basketball '50, '51, '52: Hockey '50, '51, '5Z: Vollcy Ball
'49, '50, '51, '5Z: Softball '49, '50, '5Z: Tennis: Delegate to Y-Teen
JOANN A. LaFACE-Book Room: Orchestra 3: Vollcv Ball '-18. '-19:
Life Saving '49: jewelry Projects: Gregg Typing Award: Field
Trip, New Post Office: Ainbitirin-Secretary
MELVIN ALAN LANDAY-Hall Staff: Senior Discussion Club:
Square Dance Club: Glee Club: Choir 4: Band 5: Marching Band:
Student Council: Hoinerootn President, 9th-12th Grades: 1-'rom
SYBIL R. LANSON-Spanish Club: Senior Discussion: F.T,A.:
College Club: United Nations Club: Student Federalists: Student
Tutoring Staff: Hall Staff: Chess Club: Band 5: Band Concerts
RITA ANN LATTERMAN - Homeroom Secretary, 9A: Future
Nurses of America: Majorettes: Student Federalists: Special Dance:
Modern Dance: Hall Staff: Orchestra 5: Majorette Manager: Dance
Programs: Orchestra Programs
TRENE ANN LAZO-Today's Business Girls: Y-Teens: Tutoring
Staff: Volley Ball '50: Basketball: Softball: 60 and 80 VVord Short-
hand Certificate: Secretary of Today's Business Girls
SHEILA LEFF-Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award:
United Nations Club: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: College Club:
Hall Staff: Advanced Art
KENNETH LEFKOWITZ - Band 5: Marching Band: Electric
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EARL LEIBER-Foreword Representative, IZB: Short VVave Club:
Projection Club: Advanced Electric Shop: Favorite Sport-Baseball
ABA LEITERfVice President of Chess Club, '5l: Chess Captain,
'49, '50, '51: Orchestra Z, 1: Sectional Chess Champs '48, '49, '50, '5l:
State Chess Champs '51, '52
ANN GERTRUDE LEVIN-Homeroom Secretary, llA, lZH: jun-
ior Leaders: Student Council: Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.:
BEVERLY IDA LEVIN-Hall Staff: Senior Discussion: College
Club: Y-Teens Social Committee: Dramatic Club, Secretary
WILMA LEE LEVIN-Secretary Senior Discussion: French Club:
Majorettes, Manager: Special Dance: Modern Dance: Hall Staff:
Journal Staff: Band 5: Prom Committee: Homeroom Secretary, l0B
EDYTHE LEVENSON-Homeroom Treasurer, 9A: Homeroom
Vice President. l0A: Homeroom Secretary, lZA: F.T.A. Member-
ship Committee: Hebrew Club: Student Council: Hall Staff: Mod-
ern Dance: Chorus l: Dance Programs: Gregg Typing Award
MELVIN LEVINSON-Science Fair Award: B'nai B'rith Art Con-
test, lst Award: Two Gold Keys in Regional Scholastic Art Awards:
Senior Discussion: Publicity Committee: 12th Grade Homeroom
Vice President: Chess Club: College Club: Scholastic Art Exhibit:
journal Art Staff
DANIEL P. LEVITT-D.A.R. History Award: Senior Discussion:
Student Council: Slide Rule Club: Marching Band: Band 5, 4:
Latin Contest: Qualitative Analysis: Talent Show: Current Events
Show: Civic Club Test
IRVING LEVY-Senior Discussion Club, Social Committee: F.T.A.:
Camera Club: Spanish Club: Student Federalists: Football '50:
lntramural Basketball '49, '50, '5l: Special Shop Foreman
LOIS MIRIAM LEVY-Senior Discussion: Student Council, Hand-
Band 5, 4, 2, 1: Foreword
Senior Discussion, Student
Secretary, Slide Rule Club:
Q CECILE M. LINCOFF -
Social Chairman, l0B, IZA:
President: Foreword Staff,
book Committee: College Club: Cafeteria Staff: Spanish Club'
Representative, 9th, llth, 12th Grades'
Volley Ball '48, '49: Mushball
Cafeteria Staff Chairman: Homeroom
Homeroom Secretary: Camera Club,
Copy Editor: Journal Staff: F.T.A.:
Council: Library Club: Usher Staff:
Achievement Train Committee: Civic
Club Test: School Publications Institute Delegate
DONALD V. LINTELMAN-Student Council: Journal Art Staff:
Senior Discussion: College Club: Publicity Committee: Hall Staff:
Homeroom Treasurer, IZB: Scholastic Key: Carnegie Art Shows:
Art Projects: Publicity Projects
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SYLVIA LOIKREC-Teen-.Xge Bock Club: Life Saving Class:
P.TA. Auditorium Program: Chorus 4, 3, l: Sociology Field Trips:
Future Vocation-X-Ray Technician
ANNA MARIE LOPATA-Y-Teens: Future Business Leaders of
Anierica: Basketball '49, '50, '51, '5Z: Hockey '50, 'Sl: Volley Ball
'49, '50, '5l, 'Sli Baseball '49, '50, 'Sl
PATRICK REGIS LOWERYe-Pllll1ICT1lt,l1I Treasurer, l2I'S, IZA:
Glee Club: Chorus 3: Hall Staff: Shop Foreman: Metal Shop 3:
HUGH MacDONNELL - lintered from Central Catholic High
School, IZH: Now in United .States Army .Xir Corps, San .-Xntonio,
Texas: Member of National Guard
KITTY LOU MADDOX-Dramatic linglish: French Club: l7.T.A.,
Social Co-Chairman: -lournal rkrt Staff: Student Council: Micro-
scope Club: Cafeteria Staff: Scholastic Keys: Latin Program:
Homeroom Secretary, 10th, llth, 12th Grades: Prom Committee,
Co-Chairman: Publicity Committee Varsity Drag and Care Affair:
RICHARD D. MAJOR-Prom Committee: Foreword Representa-
tive: Homeroom Secretary: Microscope Club: Football Club: Foot-
ball Varsity Team: Athletic Letter: lD..'X,R. llistory .-Xwarml: Civic
Club Test: Mechanical Drawing'
Mushball '49, 'SZ
STANLEY MAKOROFF 'lean Xgc book Club Nlitroscopc Club
Spanish Club: College Club Senior Distussion Club Camera Club
Advanced Print Shop: College Prttertnu C Cl 4
GLORIA JEAN MALASKY Xdvanttd juxtlry Buhl Pllnetarlum
Field Trip: Entered from Cyladstont uit ans tsnuss 1
Chine lixpert: Favorite Sports SVtllIllIIlll,., Horsebaek lxir in
SHIRLEY ANN MALEK Senior I llens President lodays
Business Girls: junior-Senior life Savinb Gregg Shorthand
Awards: Athletic Award: Hornes Scum Countil -Xuard Iashion
Show: Basketball '49, '52 X ill P ll 52 Hoclxev 4
GLORIA ANGELA MARENA l uturc B1 sinus I ca els t
America: Square Dance Club Service Club Qhorthand Award
Basketball '49, '52: Hockev 49 l 1 5 Histm
ALAN A. MARK!Lihrarv Staff Senior Discussion Chess Club
Teen-Age Book Club: Stamp Club Tutoring Staff Dramatic
DAISY MARKSfChorus 4 1 Foreword Representative Stu
dent Council, Publicity CUIIIIIIIUCC Vlodcrn Dance lrcnch Club
Senior Discussion Club: junior leaders FI X Softball 48 Xth
letic Letter: Varsity Drag Committee CIVIL Club Test Publicitx
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ROBERT M. MARKS-History Club: Microscope Club: Camera
Club, Treasurer: journal Staff: Foreword Staff: High School
Photographer: Ushering Staff: Orchestra 5: Band 5: All-City Band:
All-City Orchestra: Clarinet Trio: Homeroom Treasurer, 123:
Class Day Committee
Club: Advanced Electric Shop: D.:-NR. History pXu'ard: Field Trips:
College Preference-Carnegie Tecl,
LOUISQARON MENDELSON-Junior-Senior Discussion Clubs:
College Club: Chess Club: Travel Club: Teen-Age llook Club:
Hall Staff: Hand 3: Student Council: Slide Rule Club
JAMES BURCHFIELD MILLER-Chorus 5: Male Chorus: tilee
Club: Robe Committee Chairman: l'rom Committee: History Club:
Student Federalists: Track Team Manager: Cross Country, Track
JOEL FRANK MILLERiShort VVave Club: Rands 3, Z, l: Varsity
Football '50, '5l: Intramural Basketball '48, '-49: lilectrie Shops:
Special Shops: Mechanical Drawing: Football Letter
MARY LOUISE MILLER-Dramatic English: Cafeteria Staff:
Hall Staff: Homeroom Secretary, llth Grade: Foreword Repre-
SEYMOUR H. MILLER--Key Club, President: Cshers Staff:
Football '48, '-19: Minstrel Show: Foreword Representative, IUH:
Student Council: Homeroom Vice President '51, '52
DAVID SCOTT MILTON-Dramatic English Class: Homeroom
Vice President, '49, '50: Travel Club: French Club: Football Club:
Chess Club: Shortwave Club: Program Committee: Square Dance
Club: Student Council: Choir 5, 4, Z: Band 3, Z, I: Class Play Cast:
Student Safety Driving Committee '
JOAN MARCIA MOGERMAN - Program Committee: Future
Nurses of America: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: Rook Club: Travel
Club: Student Council Social Committee: Ushering Staff: History
Club, President: Secretary, 9A: Vice President, IUA: Foreword
Representative: Key in .Xrt Contest
GRACE J. MOHNEY-Today's Business Girls: Y-Teens: Home
room President, IUA: Advanced Sewing: Basketball: Volley Hall
'49, 'S0: Future Vocation-Secretary
LOLENE L. MOORE-Future Business Leaders of Anierica: Fu-
ture Nurses of America, Secretary and Co-Social Chairman: Li-
brarian. 12th Grade: Gym Letter: Basketball '50, '52: Yolley Ball
'50, '5Z: Hockey '51, '52
PATRICIA ANN MORSEK-Choir 5, 4, 3: Choir Programs: Spe-
cial Dance: Senior Discussion Club: Student Council: Travel Club:
Cshers Staff: Book Club: Shorthand Awards: Mushball '49, '50
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3 THOMAS ARCHIE McMURTRY+Square Dance Club: Slide Rule
WYNNJ MURPHY - Qualitative Analysis: College Club: Short
Wave Club: Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade: Electric Shop 5
JEAN MARIE MUSILLO-Senior Life Saving: Rhythmic Swim
Group: Hall Staff: Fashion Show: Advanced Sewing: Volley Ball
'52: National Junior Honor Society Typing Award: Jewelry Projects
EUGENE H. NAGEL--Special Shop 7
JAY IRWIN NATI-IANA-Senior Discussion Club: Chess Club:
Student Council: Homeroom Vice President, Social Chairman
SONDRA NATHAN-Typing Certificate: Jewelry Projects: Food
Projects: Field Trips
FLOYD P. NAUGLE-President of Senior Class: Microscope Club,
President: Homeroom President, IZB: Qualitative Analysis: Jour-
nal Staff: Student Council Constitution Committee: Civic Club Test:
Honorable Mention, Scholastic VYriting Contest: Delegate to Con-
gress of Science Students, '49, '5l: Delegate to Foreign Policy
Association Meeting, '51
ANN ELLEN NEVINS-Student Council: Life Saving: Hall Staff:
Senior Discussion Club: Cshering Staff: F.T.A.: Typing Award:
Student Council, Problems Committee
WILLIAM LINDLEY NICHOLSON-Dramatic English: Chorus
5: Male Chorus: American Legion Award: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, 9th Grade: Swimming '49
ROSE ESTHER OCHVARY-Distributive Education Class: Home-
room Treasurer, 9th, 10th Grades: Basketball '50: Volley Rall '50'
SYLVIA MARIE OSBON-Head of Cafeteria Staff: Trea-
surer: Dramatic English: Student Council, Constitution and Pub-
licity Committees: French Club, Chairman of Program Committee:
Harmony Class: Fashion Show: Civic Club Test: Hockey '-19:
Basketball '-49: Essay Award: Sewing' Contest Award: Home-room
PATRICIA ANN O'SHANICK - Distributive Education Class'
Today's Business Girls: Field Trips: Clothing Projects
PORTER JAMES O'SHELL-Hall Staff: Glee Club: Chorus 4, 2:
Homeroom Basketball '50, '5l: Special Shop Projects: Hobby!
ARTHUR B. OSTROFF - Dramatic English Class: Class Play
Cast: Class Day Committee: College Club: Senior Discussion Club:
Orchestra 4. 3, 2. l: Competent Typist Test: Hearst History Test:
City Essay Contest, Honorable Mention
RAVENNA MAE PALKOVITZ-F.T.A.: Hebrew Club: Senior
Discussion Club: French Club: Teen-Age Book Club: Special
Dance: Orchestra 3: Basketball '52
JANIE B. PALMER-Future Nurses of America: Senior Y-Teens:
Chorus 3: Advanced Foods: Field Trips: Vocational Preference-
PEGGIE M. PANCOAST-Program Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent. 9A: Ushers Staff: Service Club: Hall Patrol: Gregg Short-
CALLIOPE PAPANDREAS-journal Staff, Editor-in-Chief: Stu-
dent Council, Recording, Corresponding Secretary, Social, Problems
Committees: Ushers Staff, Chairman: Foreword Staff: Hall Staff:
F.T.A.: Special Dance: Fashion Show Conunittee: Civic Club Test:
American Legion Award: French Contest: junior Dramatic Club:
junior Leaders: High School Publications Conference: Student
JAMES B. PARKER-Microscope Club: Intramural Basketball 'Sl-
ROSE MARIE PASCUZZI-Chorus 4
ELAINE PERL-Dramatic English: Spanish F.T.A.: Senior
Discussion Club: Tutoring Staff: Service Club: Travel Club: United
Nations Club: Student Council, Publicity Committee: Orchestra 4:
Gregg Shorthand Award: Typing Certificate
ELECTRA PETROLIAS-Student Council, President, IZA: Secre-
tary, llB, 1lA: journal Staff: F.T.A.: Ushers Staff: Fashion Show
Committee Chairman: Modern Dance: Homeroom President, IOA:
Vice President, IOB: junior Leaders: junior Superior Leadership
Award: Civic Club Test: Care Affair: May Dance
SHIRLEY B. PHILLIPS-Hebrew Club, Vice President: Student
Council, Athletic, Problems Committees: Class Day Committee:
F.T.A.: Homeroom Treasurer, 11B
IRIS FAYE PICOVSKY - Dramatic English: Special Dance:
Senior Discussion Club: Spanish Club: Journal Art Staff: College
Club, Program Committee: F.T.A., Program Committee: Honorable
Mention, National Safety Poster Contest: Athletic Shield
MARY JO PILLION-Entered from St. Rosalia: Basketball: Volley
Ball: Field Trips: Parents' Night Program
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ETHEL MARIE PLESZKO Student Louneil: Future Nurses of
mtritx s s luturt Vocation-Nurse
CHESTER EDWIN POLLOCK torus 5: Glee Club: Square
nu Qllb Llo lrl rn s C.-ire 'Xffair Conunittee: Hobby-
BRUCE WILSON PORTER lortxsoul Staff: Senior journal
att L sux Statt Class Day Connnittee, Chairman:
alvard Poole Llub Xuard nrnnnral Basketball, lllth, llth
DONALD PORTER Hall Stntt 1 all '50, '5l: Entered from
1 1 S h il Lollegen lrtttrentefCarneg'ie Tech
PRISCILLA ANN PORTIS lutura Nlurses of .-Xnieriea, Vice
esident l slxttlnll wil oc ey 0 Iield Trips: Entered from
ROBERTA A PRIVIDY Senior Y Teens, Vice President: Today's
iusiness lnrls S wut um as non Show: :XIIICFICZIII Legion
ward S noi 1 L elvlll 1 etn Letter: Gregg Shorthand
xx ard 4 et ll I on ey: Mushball: .-Xdvanred
SHIRLEY PRIZENT-journal Staff: M.M.M., Secretary: Student
Council: Microscope Club, Treasurer: Future Nurses of America:
lfook Club, Treasurer: Library Club, Treasurer: Typing Award:
QILDA RADBORD-Majorette hl2l!l1lQ'Ul'I Senior Discussion Club:
llfflldl Ulllli Colleen' Club: l'.T..X.: .XflV1IIlt'L'Kl .-Xrt: Sociology
MILDRED RADOVIC-Distributive Education Class: Choir 4:
.Ndvanced Clothing: Hoinerooin Secretary, Oth Gracie: Yolley Ball
'50, '5.Z: Basketball '51, '52
ORVIE RECHT-Student Council: Band 5: Marching Band: Con-
cert Band: Slide Rule Club: Senior Discussion: Ushers Staff:
F.T..-X., Business Manager: Ilonieroonl President, 93-9.-X: Hotne-
rooni Activities Chairman, llth Grade: All-City Hand Award
EILEEN ANN REINWASSER 4 Student Council, Social Com-
mittee Co-Chairman: Problems Conunittee: Ushers Staff: Class
Day Committee, Co-Chairman: Assistant journal Editor: Foreword
Staff: Hall Staff, Captain: Cafeteria Staff: F.T..-X.: Senior Dis-
cussion Class: Civic Club Test: Chorus -8, 3, lg Honieroom Presi-
dent, 9th, 10th Grades: Student Council Convention
SHIRLEY MAE REIS-Service Club: Homerooin President, IIB.
IIA: Gregg' Shorthand Award
NORMA LEE REOLA - Student Council: Hall Staff: Future
Nurses of America: National ,lunior Honor Society
MARILYN JUDITH RINGLER-llramatie linglisli: F.'1'.A.: Sen-
ior Discussion Club: United Nations Club: College Club: Travel
Club: Class Play Cast: Tennis '51: Volley Ball '49
RICHARD DOUGLAS RODDA-,Ii-urnal Staff: lforeword Staff'
Chess Club: Intramural Basketball: Foreword Representative: Pub-
licity Committee. Co-Cliairmau: Honieroom Treasurer, lZtb Grade'
Mechanical Drawing Projects
SAMUEL JAY ROGAL-'Travel Club, Vice President: F.'I'..-XJ
History Club: lntramural Basketball: Homerooni Treasurer. lllll,
IZA: Print Shop: Field Trips: Vocational Preference-Teaching
EVELYN ROHALY-7--lunior-Senior Y-Teens, Secretary: Gregg:
Sbortband .-Xward: Home lieonomies Projects: Volley Ball: Red
Cross Home Nursing Certificate
JACK EDWIN ROSEN-Band 5: Marching' Band: All-City Band:
Key Club: Senior Discussion Club: Intramural Basketball: Home-
room Treasurer, 9B, 9A
ANNE MARLENE ROSENBERG-Cborus S: Chorale: Clioir Pro-
grams: Senior Publicity Committee: Homeroom Secretarv, 10th
Grade: Homeroom Yice President, lZtb Grade: Foreword Typist:
CHARLES ZOLA ROSENBERG-Ilistributive lidueation Class:
Print Shop: lfield Trips: Hiabby-Pliotograpby
DARWIN ROSENFELD - Cliess Club, Yice President: Camera
Club: Stamp Club: Hall Staff: Westinghouse Science Fair: Home-
room Vice President. lfltb Grade: Evaluation Program: jewelry
ARNOLD ROSENTHAL - Student Council: Usbers Staff: Hall
Staff: College Club: Senior Discussion Club: Dramatic linglisb:
Senior Program Committee: Homeroom President. llll, IZA: Care
.Xtfair Committee: .Xdvaneed Electric Shop
CHARLES H. ROSENTHALL-Chess Club. Treasurer: Cnited
Nations Club. Vice President: Senior Discussion Club: Band 5:
All-City Band: Varsity Football '50: Orchestra 3, 2: Atbletic Honors
MARY ETHEL ROSS-Basketball '51, 'S2: Hock:y '49-'5l: Volley
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PHILIP SAINT-VINCENT-Chess Club: Projection Club: Or-
JOSEPH ALLEN SAKOLSKY-Book Club: Chess Club: Square
Dance Club: Choir 4: Intramural Basketball: Track: Softball
LILLIAN SARCONE-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Treasurer,
10th Grade: Field Trips
MARCIA PI-IYLLIS SAUL--Student Council, Problems Committee,
Chairman: Foreword Staff: junior Dramatic Club: F.T.A.: Senior
Discussion Club: journal Staff: Program Committee. Chairman:
Hall Staff: Gregg Typing Award: junior Town Meeting of the Air:
Civic Club Test: Davis Teaching Project: Student Council Con-
SIDNEY S. SCHAER-Green Key, President, Secretary: Prom
Committee: Senior Discussion Club: Teen-Age Book Club: Spanish
Club: Glee Club: Varsity Basketball '50, '51, '5Z: Varsity Letter
Award: Homeroom Vice President, 9.-X: President, IOA, IIB. IZB:
HARYAN BARBARA SCHMIDT-Student Council, Problems Coni-
mittee, Social Committee, Chairman: Ushers Staff: Foreword Staff:
Cafeteria Staff: journal Staff: M.M.M.: Senior Discussion Club:
Hall Patrol: F,T.A., Program Chairman: Foreword Representative:
Chamber of Commerce Essay Contest, Honorable Mention: A.A.A.
Poster Contest, Honorable Mention: Civic Club Test
RONALD ROBERT SCHOMO Glu. Club: Chorus 4: Print Shop:
Home-room Vice President, llth Grade: Christmas Program: Favor-
NANCY DEE SCHOR-Foreword Staff. Editor-in-Chief: F.T.A..
Corresponding Secretary: Student Council, Problems Committee.
P.T.A. Representative: journal Staff: Fashion Show Committee:
Senior Discussion: ,lunior Town Meeting of the Air: junior Lead-
ers: Chorus 4:Athletie Letter: D.A.R. Award: Gregg Typing Award:
French Contest: Civic Club Test: Homeroom Secretary, llB: Vice
President, 1lA: Davis Teaching Project
EETA BERNETTE SCHUTTE - M.M.M.: Future Nurses of
America: Lunch Check Cashier: Hall Staff: Foreword Representa-
tive: Program Committee: Rhythmic Swim Group
BARBARA RUTH SCI-IWARTZ-F.T,A., President: French Club,
President, Program Committee: Senior Discussion: Journal Staff:
Ushers Staff: Senior Life Saving Group: Majorettes: Homeroom
President, 9th Grade: Social Chairman. 12th Grade: Lincoln, Davis
School Teaching Projects: Delegate, Pennsylvania F.T.A. Conven-
tion: Field Trips
FAYE SCHWARTZ - Travel Club: Future Business Leaders of
America: Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.: Choir 3, 2, l: Gregg
Shorthand and Typing Awards
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ-Slide Rule Club: Senior Discussion Club:
Football Club: Football '50, '5l: Mechanical Drawing: College
ROBERT PAUL SEDLAK-Rand 4: Garden Club: Hall Staff:
Basketball '50-'52: Track '51, '52: Athletic l.etter: Field Trips:
Band Concerts: Favorite Sport-Baseball
GERALD A. SEGALiQualitative Analysis Class: Student Council,
Problems Committee: Chess Club: Senior Discussion: College Club:
Teen-Age Book Club: Chamber of Commerce VVriting Award: Pro-
gram Committee: Electric Shop
BARBARA JEAN SERVICE-Class Day Committee: Chorus 5:
Chorale: Choir Programs: Y-Teens: Homeroom Vice President,
9th Grade: Treasurer, 10th Grade: Gregg Shorthand Awards
CAROLE ANN SHADE-Distributive Education Class
JAMES FRANCIS SHEEHAN - Microscope Club: Intramural
FREYA SHERMAN-F.T.A.: Special Dance: Spanish Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Travel Club: Homeroom Social Chairman. 12th
Grade: Gregg Typing Award: junior Leaders: Athletic Award
ALLEN W. SHRAGER-Scholastic Art Award: Publicity Com-
mittee: Advanced Art: Cheerleaders: Orchestra -lg Chorus 3:
Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade
ABRAHAM ABE SHUSSETT - Advanced Metal Shops: Field
Trips: Hobby-Making Metal Objects: Future Vocation-Plumber
JOAN SIEGEL-Distributive Education Class: Hall Staff: Field
Trips: Volley Ball '49
GLORIA ANN SILVERMAN-Student Council, Social Committee:
Ushers Staff: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion: Future Nurses of America:
College Club: junior Glee Club: Homeroom Secretary, llth Grade:
Gregg Typing Award: May Dance: Care Affair: Mushball: Hockey
LAWRENCE I. SILVERMAN-Choir 5: Band 5: Glee Club: Male
Chorus: Track Team '49, '50, '5l: Hall Staff: College Club: Travel
LEE SILVERMAN-German Club: Chess Club: Senior Discussion
Club: Band 5: Marching Baud: Homeroom President, llth Grade:
Vice President, 10th Grade: Class Day Committee
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LOIS SILVERMAN--Senior Discussion Club: Spanish Club: Col-
lege Club: Ilook Room Club: Hall Staff: Orchestra 2, 1: jewelry
Projects: Field Trips
MARK H. SILVERMAN'-Class Day Committee: Senior Discussion
Club: Key Club: College Club: Latin Club: Civic Club Test: March-
ing Band: All-City Band: Hand 5: Dramatic English Class: Ameri-
can Legion Award: Field Trips
SANDRA JOY SLOAN-journal Staff: F.T..'X.: College Club:
Tutoring Staff: Senior Discussion: Travel Club: Library Staff:
M.M.M.: Today's Business Girls: Gregg Typing and Shorthand
Awards: Athletic Shield: Publicity Committee: Civic Club Test:
Basketball: Mushball: Hockey: Volley Hall
LORA LEE SMALL-journal Staff: Publicity Committee: Tutor-
ing Staff: Librarv Staff: Todav's Business Girls, Publications Com-
mittee: Hall Staff: Periodicals Secretary: Foreword Staff. Typist:
Homeroom Treasurer, lZ.'X: Orchestra: Harmony Class: Competent
Typist Certificate: Open House Program: Carnegie Music Hall
Lectures: Field Trips: Volley Hall: Basketball: Hockey
BEVERLY JEANNE SMITH-M.M.M.: Senior Leaders: Chorus
5: American Legion Award: Athletic Awarcl: Homeroom Secretarv.
9th Grade: President. llth Grade: Choir Programs: Basketball
'49-'52: Volley Hall: Hockey: Tennis '50, '52: Softball
DAVID EDWARD SMITH4Senior Discussion Club: Intermediate
Discussion Club: Chess Club: Orchestra 5: Varsitv Football '50, '5l:
Basketball: Swimming Team: Fntered from Staunton Military
J. RICHARD SMITH-intramural llasketball '49, '50, '5l: Special
Shop: Electric Shop Z
CAROL ANN SNIDER-F.T.iX.: Senior Discussion Club: College
Club: Spanish Club: Cnited Nations Club: Orchestra 5, -1: Modern
Dance, .'Xccompanist: Orchestra Spring Concert: .-Xll-City Orchestra:
Davis Teaching Project: Typing Certificate
ARLENE AUDIE SOLTZ-Homeroom Secretary, 9H, IKM: Hall
Staff: F.T..-X.: Program Cotnmittee: Senior Discussion Club: Stu-
dent Federalists: French Club: Tutoring Staff: Chorus 5
MARLENE MARSHA SOLTZ 4 Senior Discussion Club: Hook
Club, Treasurer: Spanish Club: Hall Staff: Publicity Committee:
Typing Award: Choir 5, -l, 3. l: Choir Pro,Q'rains
MORTON ALBERT SOLTZ-Intramural Basketball '48, '-19: Ad-
vanced Machine Shop: Favorite Sport-Baseball
HERBERT SORRELL SOLTMAN4Homeroom Treasurer, IZB:
Vice President, 9A: Senior Discussion Club: Student Council: Or-
chestra 5: All-City Orchestra: Brass Ensemble: Orchestra Concerts ,
lntramural Basketball '50, '31, '52
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ROBERTA PHYLLIS STERNBE - Modern Dance: Special
Dance: Spanish Club: Senior Uiseussion Club: College Club:
Travel Club: Hall Staff: Chorus 4, 3: Orchestra 5: Volley Ball '51
JANET RUTH STEINER-Chorus 5: Chairman Robe Committee:
Chorale: Choir Programs: junior Glee Club: Student Council
SHIRLEY ANN STROUP--lfntererl from Penn .lunior High School.
lllll: Hobby-Roller Skating: Witlulreu' from Class
MURRAY R. SUSSERADramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Slide Rule Club: Qualitative Analysis Class: Tutoring Staff: Travel
Club: Chorus 2: Chess Club. Vice President: Chess Team '-18350:
junior Yarsity Basketball, Captain: Varsity Basketball '50, '51, '5Z:
PETER E. SWECK-Square Dance Club: Short VVave Club: Elec-
trie Shop Projects
SIDNEY LOUIS SYNA-Foreword Representative. 9,-X, 1013: Pub-
licity Committee: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Tutoring
Staff: Chess Club: Square Dance Club: Intramural Basketball:
Orchestra 5, 3. 1: VVoodwind Quintet: Horn Quartet
GEORGE SPECTER-Special Shop: Future College-University
of Kentucky: Favorite Sports-Baseball, Basketball
LEONARD ANTHONY SPICUZZA-United States Army
CONSTANCE R. SPIEGEL--Library Club: Future Nurses of
America: Hall Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Care Affair: Foods 2
DAVID MARTIN SPUNGEN-Student Council: Hall Staff: French
Club: Choir 5: Football Team, Captain: Track Team: All-City
Football Team: Homeroom Vice President, IZA: Choir Programs:
IRWIN M. STEINfChess Club, Secretary: Senior Discussion Club:
Dramatic English Class: Choir Z: Publicity Committee
SONDRA SUZANNE STEIN-Student Council, Social, Problems
Committees: Dramatic English: Cheerleaders: Chorus 4: Micro-
scope Club: Future Nurses of America: Cshers Staff: College Club:
Junior Glee Club: Prom Committee' Ho - 1 , -
surer, 9th, 10th Grades: Basketball:
meroom Secretarv Trea
all: H ll
BARRY TENENOUSER-Short VVave Club: Chess Club: Cafe-
teria Staff: Hall Staff: Chorus Z: Spanish Club: Band 5
FREDERICK TERKEL-Senior Class Program Committee: Sen-
ior Discussion Club: Spanish Club: Chess Club: Travel Club: Col-
lege Club: Ushers Staff: Band 4, 3. 2, l: Concert Band: Student
Council Social Committee: Intramural Basketball Champions '49-'52
DOROTHY JEAN TERRY-Future Nurses of .Xmerieag Home-
room Treasurer, llth Grade: Basketball '50, 'Sl: Hockey '50: Volley
Ball '50, '5l: Baseball '50, 'Sl
SANFORD A. TEX-Projection Club. Vice President: Hebrew
Club, Social Chairman: Orchestra 5: Band 5
LAWRENCE WAYNE THOMAS-Electric Shop Projects: Hobby
-Model Airplanes: Favorite Sport-Football: Future Plans-United
TAYLOR N. THOMPSON-Senior Class Vice President: Quali-
tative Analysis Class: Homeroom President, 9B, llB, ll,fX: Home-
room Vice President, IZB, l2A: Microscope Club: Short VVave Club:
Tutoring Staff: National Junior Honor Society: Chamber of Com-
merce Writing Award: journal Staff: Civic Club Test
ROBERT EDWARD THORESEN-Orchestra 5, Secretary: All-
City Orchestra: Woodwind Quintet: Track Team '50
EUGENE TIPPETTgTrack '51, '5Z: Second Place Award, Mile
Race: Outside Interest-Boxing
JOHN TKAC--Wiootlshop Projects: Favorite Sports-vSwinuning,
Baseball: Future Plans-Air Force
ELAINE MARY VAUGHN-Chorus 5, 4, 3, l: Chorale: Today's
Business Girls: Y-Teens: Senior Leaders: Cafeteria Staff: Basket-
ball '50: Volley Ball '5l: Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade
ELIZABETH A. VISZNEKI--Today's Business Girls: jewelry
Projects: Basketball '5l: Volley Ball '5Z: Gladstone Student Coun-
cil: Gym Award
RITA MARIE VITULLO - Homeroom Vice President: Future
Nurses of America: Hall Staff: Biology Award: Dance Club
SONIA VOGEL-Travel Club, College Club, Senior Discussion
Club, F.T.A., United Nations Club, Junior Achievement
PHYLLIS L. WAGNER - Foreword Representative, 9th, 10th
Grades, Student Council, Handbook, Social Committees, Camera
Club, Junior and Senior Leaders, Student Federalists, Senior Dis-
cussion, F.T.A., Cafeteria Staff, Journal Staff, American Legion
Award, Second Place, B'nai B'rith "Democracy in Action" Contest,
'52, Volley Ball, Mushball, Basketball, Hockey '50, '51, Civic Club
ALBERT WALKER-Intramural Basketball, Special Shop, En-
tered from Hays School, 9B
HOWARD'L. WALTERS-Special Shop, Entered from Greenfield
School, 9B, Hobby-Bowling, Vocational Preference-Mechanic
BARBARA LOUISE WASMUTH-Orchestra 5, All-City Orches-
tra, Chorus 4, College Club, Basketball '49, Volley Ball '50, Ameri-
can Legion Award, Sons of the American Revolution Award
RICHARD A. WATKINS-Football '49, '50, '51, Football Minstrel
Show, Most Valuable Player, '51-'52, Key Club, Treasurer, Hall
M ' "
ELLIOTB LEROY r Discussion Club' College
Staff, Wood Shop 7
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Club, French Club. Social Chairman, Ushers Staff, Orchestra 4.
3, 2, l, Junior Orchestra Concerts, Field Trips
LOIS WEINBERGER-F.T.A., Future Nurses of America, Cafe-
teria Staff, Senior Discussion Club, Gregg Typing Award, Home-
room Secretary, Treasurer, llth Grade, Secretary, 12th Grade,
Chorus 3, 2, 1
JOE VVEISBERG-Entered from Fifth Avenue High School, 10A,
Band 3, Chorus 4, 3, Glec Club, Christmas Choir Program, Ad-
JUDITH WEISS-Entered from Far Rockaway High School, New
York, IZB, College Preference-Penn State, Occupational Prefer-
ESTHER WEITZ-Today's Business Girls, Basketball '52, Occu-
pational Preference-Secretary, Hobby-Collecting Records
ROSE BERNICE WEIZENBAUM-Bookroom Club, Senior Dis-
cussion Club, Hall Staff, Student Federalists, College Club, Dra-
matic English Class, Prom Committee, Harmony Class, Homeroom
Secretary, 10th Grade, Vice President, 11th Grade
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DONNA CLAIRE WELCH-Foreword Representative, 9th-12th
Grades: Sevice Club: Ushers Staff: Cafeteria Staff
RONALD F. WIESNER-Senior Program Committee: Band 5:
Marching Band: Intramural Basketball '49, '5O: Hall Staff: Home-
room Treasurer, 9th, 10th Grades
SHIRLEY M. WILSON--lintered from Homestead High School,
IZB: Chorus 3: American Legion Award: Basketball '52
IVAN J. WINFIELD-Senior Discussion Club: Hall Staff: Spanish
Club: French Club: United Nations Club: College Club: Chess
Club: Band 3
HARRIET JUDITH WINIKOFF - F.T.A.: Senior Discussion
Club: French Club: Travel Club, Secretary: Foreword Representa-
tive: Bookroom Club: Homeroom Treasurer. 9B: Typing Certificate
GARNET LUCILLE WISSER-Future Nurses of America: Cafe-
teria Staff, Chairman: Ushers Staff, Chairman: Tutoring Staff:
Service Club: Gregg Shorthand, Typing Awards: Clothing Projects:
F. . fir -'whiz'
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THOMAS DALE WOODDELL-Chorus 4. 3: Jewelry Projects:
Glee Club: Special Shop 4: Hobby-Drawing: Plans to join Air
RACHEL WOLFSON-Distributive liducation Class
MARJORIE MAE YVOOD-Honierooni Vice President, 1213: Presi-
dent, 9th Grade: Fashion Show Committee: 12A Publicity Com-
mittee: Future Nurses of America: Microscope Club: junior Lead-
ers: Life Saving: Chorus 3. 1: Basketball '49-'5l: Volley Ball '49-'52'
RACHEL V. WOODS - Prom Committee: Future Nurses of
America: M.M.M.: Chorus 4, 3: Homeroom President. 9A: Vice
President, llA: Hockey '50, '5l: Basketball '50-'52: Softball '50-'52:
Volley Ball '51, '52: Sports Award
ARLENE FRANCES YAHR-Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade:
Peaks of Progress, Sth Prize: Class Day Committee: F.T.A., Pro-
gram Committee: Senior Discussion Club: Student Federalists:
journal Staff: French Club: College Club: F.T.A. State Conven-
tion: Volley Ball: Chorus 3, 1: Civic Club Test
EDITH M. YATES-Distributive Education Class: Junior and
Senior Life Saving: Championship Volley Ball: Basketball: Soft-
ball: Student Council Representative: Athletic Awards
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NATALIE HELEN ZAVODNICK-Hmneroom Vice President, 9th,
12th Gradeg Future Nurses of America: Hall Staffg Biology Award
MILTON ZEIDEN-Student Council, Problems Committee: Senior
Class Publicity Committee: Hall Staff: Ushers Staff: Foreword
Representative, 10th Gradeg Spanish Club: Senior Discussion Club:
Basketball '50, '51
JANET ELAINE ZEILER-Cafeteria Staffg Service Club: Volley
Ballg Basketball '48g Softball '-183 Gregg Shorthand Award
EDITH LOUISE ZELIGMAN-Journal Staff: F.T.A.g Senior Dis-
cussion Clubg French Club: Library Club: Hall Staff: Foreword
Representative: Fashion Showg Home Nursing Certificate
LEO ZELKOWITZ-Entered in IZR from Stuyvesant High School,
New York Cityg Hebrew Club, Prcsidentg Ushers Staff: Social Com-
mitteeg FlT.A.g College Club
SANDRA MARLENE ZWANG-Foreword Representative: Dis-
tributive Education Class: Travel Clubg Senior Discussion Club:
M.M.M.g Hall Staff: Fashion Show
JOAN BENNETT-Hall Staff: Service Club: Square Dance Clubg
Senior Y-Teens: Gregg Shorthand Award: Homeroom Secretary,
1lAg Volley Ball, Basketball, 9th, 10th Gradesg Mushball, 9th Grade
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Forgive us for all of the things we did wrong,
For coming in late with a sigh and a yawn.
Forgive us for early dismissals and such
That we forgot to have signed and got you in "dutch."
Forgive us for talking all the day long,
For being so busy just getting in wrong.
We really enjoyed it and hoped you did too-
The trials and the growing pains you pulled us through
And when years have passed and forgetful we are,
We still shall remember the days gone so far-
VVorked with us,
Laughed with us,
But always loved us.
S plendid teachers to instruct usg
I deals and morals truly taught us.
L ife's exciting,
V ery inviting,
E very year at Allderdice
R eal development, truly nice.
A lways remembered,
N ever forgotten-
N ow we leave her
I n others' hands.
V irtue she taught us
E arly in life,
R ighteous ways and prepared us for strife,
S acrifices and self denial-
A merican ideals-
R eally a source of help each dayg
Y es, Allderdice, we owe you a debt we'1l ne'er repay.
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Goldstein, Ann Doris
Levin, Ann G.
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Miller, James B.
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Headlines of 1951-52
September 4-Allderdice Again Opens Its Doors to Influx of Eager Students
October 12-All Male Cast Sweeps Senior Class Elections
October 19-Dragons Roll Over Schenley
October 26-Dragons Roar Againg This Time Fight Out South
October 22-November 5-Seniors Blinded By Bright Lights As Photographer
November 16-Our Parents Confer With Teachers at Open House
November 22-26-Allderdicians Recuperate from Turkey During Thanksgiving
November 30-Cheerleaders, -Grid Stars Bring High Bids at Care Affair Auction
December 5, 6, 7-Seventeenth Summer Delights Allderdice Audiences
December 13-"Fashion Hits the News" in School Style Show
Decemr,-er 14-Current Events Quiz Sets Pace for City-Wide Contest
December 15-Select 12A's Groan over Civic Club Test
December 19-20-Choir Pleases With Familiar Christmas Carols
December 21--joy to the World As School Lets Out for Christmas Vacation
january 20-Our Hearts Are Heavy, but Hopeful on This Honor Assembly,
january Zl-january Class Observes Class Day, Past, Present, and Future
january 24-Quality Class of 89 Graduates in Solemn Ceremony
january 25-Senior Couples NVhirl at Prom
january 30-31-School Lets Out for Mid-Season Vacation
February 2-New Semester Starts 25th Year of Education
February 13-Kiwanis Club F etes Athletes with Banquet
February 15-june Class ls "Mixed Upi' at Cotton Ball
February 18-Swimmers Capture Second Place at City Meet
March l'5M-Many Seniors Tested By College Boards
March 29-Exceptionally Able Seniors Take Civic Club Test
April ll-15-We Wfear Our Easter Bonnets During Spring Vacation
April .40-21-The Circus, Dream NVorld Come to Allderdice in Dance Program
April l-30-Seniors Found in Library Ferreting Out Information for Themes
May 7, S, 9-Captain Applejarlc Sweeps Students Into World of Fantasy
May4Seniors Exhibit Talents in Program
May 16-Queen of the May Crowned at Annual Dance
june 9-Seniors' Achievements Honored at Assembly
june 10-Last Day at School Celebrated with Luncheon, Zany Program
june 16-17-Class of 527 Graduates Amidst Tears, Congratulations
june 18-Seniors Glide to Carlyn's Music at Gala Prom
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Bill Nicholson, Murray Susser
..Sally Donovan, Susan Bergman
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, ,..Susan Canter, Georgia Canter
.. Irwin Stein, Alvin Friedman
..,Arline johnson, Sylvia Osbon
.. ,..,, ,Arthur Ostroff, Gilbert Cramer
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Pirates., ,"' , "..' . I '." '..', "'F'fgniQi5Q5b'b'g', DaQiLi'iii5'fii45,"Danny Greenberg,
Phil Karlin, Rodger Davidson, Dan Hohenstein, Dick Bergenstein, Ronnie
Kottler, Orville Recht, Sid Schaer, Don Faskow, Stan Fink, Irving Levy,
Assistants to the Directors . ,. .,.. .... . . ,. ,. ..,. Edythe Levenson, Iris Picovsky
Stage Managers ,. ,, ,. .. .,.. .,... , ,. .... ,,..,.., .,,.. ..., L e o n Felman, Arnold Rosenthal
Make-up ,.... ., . ., Mary Lou Miller, Chairmang Shirley Kusko, Elaine Perl
Costumes , ,. Kitty Maddox, Chairman, Baila Fineman, Nancy Hertz,
Barbara Krimsley, Marilyn Ringler, Sondra Stein
Props .. ,Arthur Ostroff and Rose Weizenbaum, Chairmen,
Michael Cherington, Alan Mark, Mark Silverman
Publicity , .. Alan Mark Chairmang Elaine Perl, Rose Weizenbaum
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Teacher ...A..,.,....A.,....A...........,..,.......,.....,.,....,................... Mrs. Dorothy Meyer
President ..,.,........,,.. ......,..........,., H erbert Kleber
Vice President .,.A..., ......A.........,,.,,.,A. S hirley Kusko
Secretary .......,...,.. 4.,.....,...,.,............ M ary Jane Kirkpatrick
Treasurer ...........,r.,.r,.........,.,...4...,...,....,..........,....,...,.....,.,....... Arline Johnson
Social Chairmen .............,,..,,.r...,..,.,. Ann Doris Goldstein, Robert Korona
Student Council Representative .,.,..r...,..r..4,.,,.....,.,.........,....,. Baila Fineman
Foreword Representative ....r.......... .,,,.........,..,,.,.......,.. D onna Welcli
A high ranking student is Herbie, our home room president,
His varied activities are many, and in each he's eminent.
Our capable vice president is none other than sweet Shirl,
A modeling job she just can't miss, for she's a model girl.
H oliday-MARY KIRKPATRICK
As our charming secretary, Mary's quite a gal.
Wlth her cheerful attitude, she boosts our class morale.
Harperis Bazaar-ARLINE JOHNSON
Arline is our treasurer, so alert and able.
Her efficiency helps keep our finances stable.
Our Student Council representative is this red-haired lass,
Her poise and winning ways, no person can surpass.
Lovely t-o look at, our Donna's a. dream.
As our Foreword representative, she is held in esteem.
Picture a relaxed fellow, and you'll no doubt picture Bill.
In intramural basketball, he gave us all a thrill.
A steady worker is Dolores, and a very avid reader.
Although she's unassuming, we feel we all do need her.
For the short time Dick's been with us, we think he's a fine addition.
He does all he can in every way to follow our tradition.
Alvin's a very talented boy, and music's his main ambition.
He'll be a big success some day, and we'll pay to hear his rendition.
VV hen it comes to sweet young girls, joan is our choice.
In all important things, she -has -had a voice.
Popular Photography-MARK GLADSTONE
A skilled photographer, a player of the "sax,"
Mark's a well-liked boy who always knows the facts.
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For an all around girl, who's always in style,
VVC vote for Andy, with her friendly smile.
Hey now "CATS," get alive? ,loe's here with his red-hot jivel
He's terrific! He's solid! Give him a hand. Some day he'll have a big
The well dressed man about town. a very likeable lad.
For fun, a topping good time all around. l7anuy's the boy to be had.
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For a secretarial job, Shirley has what it takes:
Her poise and ability will assure her of breaks.
Athletic ability galore, a basketball player of renown:
'When extra points are needed, Red won't let you down.
I 'arsifyf-lOll N Ki-XRAFA
A gridiron great, Kutzie's lame is unbounded.
A swell fellow to know, by his feats we're astounded.
Rvadrvfr D1'gvst-MARVIN KARIJON
An all-around boy is Marv, who possesses a winning way:
It's really a pleasure to know him: he brightens up our day.
Todaiylr I1'o111a1zgKATHl2RlNli KINC.-KID
A dependable worker is Katy, who never shirks a task,
When you want a job well done. all you need to do is ask.
First Row-Priscilla Portis, Ann Doris Goldstein, Baila Fineman, joan Friedman, Shirley
lgnsko, grline Johnson, Mrs. Meyer, Mary Jane Kirkpatrick, Donna Welch, Dolores
Second Row-Mark Gladstone, Thomas McMurty, Chester Pollock, Mary jane Palmer
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aro e nn Shade, Beverly Jeanne Smith, Katherine Kincaid, Mary Jo Pillion Gilda
Radhord, Janet Zeiler, Ethel Pleszko, Howard Walters, Joe Harris y
Third Row-Albert Walker, Robert Korona, John Karafa, William Cox, John Hunter
Joe Weisberg, Porter O'She1l, Marvin Kardon, Herbert Kleber, Alvin Friedman i
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A star in track and football, a hunter of reputeg
But whether school or outdoors, Bob's great beyond dispute.
Physica! Cultzm'-RONALD KOTTLER
A real he-man is Ronnieg Atlas he does resembleg
He's the type of fellow that makes a weakling tremble.
Likeable Earl, who is new to our room,
Made certain that he chased away all our gloom.
Scientific Azucrican.-'l'HOMAS MCMURTRY
To his many pursuits, Tom is trueg
He's a whiz at radio and television, too.
Mechanics Ilfzlstraiied-PQRTER O'SHELL
Skilled with his hands is Porter, an exceptionally likeable chap,
lfVe know he'll do well after high school. without any kind of mishap
Coronet-JANE PALMER l
Happy-go-lucky jane is everybodyls palg
A harbinger of happiness, she's really quite a gal.
A career in business is Ethel's desireg
Her skill and sincerity, we all do admire.
M etronome-CHESTER POLLOCK
A talented lad at piano and Voiceg
When it comes to jazz, he is always our choice.
Popular Science-DONALD PORTER
Clever in scienceg engineering is his aimg
With all his hard work, we know he'll reach fame.
True Confessions-PRISCILLA PORTIS
It's true we must confess, our Priscilla is a dear,
As a nurse she'll win successg no failures need she fear.
A lover of music is this fair-haired lassg
She's a recent addition no one can surpass.
Womaifs Home Companion-BEVERLY SMITH
Leadership is a trait which Beverly does possessg
In every field of endeavor, she meets with huge success.
A wow with the women' is Al, and to every boy he's a palg
Quick and always on the go, he is someone you should know
Popular M echaiiics-HOWARD WALTERS
Tall and handsome is our Howie, at mechanics quite adept:
His talents shine in bowlingg top scores he's made and kept.
As a shutter-bug, joe's a picture of contentg
VVhen you hire him, y-our m-oney is well spent.
From New York Judy hails, a cute and deniure lassg
With all her winning ways, she brightens up our class.
Ladies Home J0m'na,l-JANET ZEILER
A dependable gal, with personality plusg
She does her tasks with never a fuss.
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Teacliei' . . . , Miss Dorothy Bergman
President , ....,.. .,.,., ,.... S idney Schaer
Vice President .. ., ..,.. , David Spungen
Secretary ...,. .. . .,...i.,..,.,.... , ,. lidythe Levenson
Treasurer .... ,. ,,.,,..... ,. Patrick l.0wrey
Student Council Representative . , , . .. . ,. Phyllis Vifagner
First Row-Roberta Sternberg, Gloria Goodworth, Jean Musillo, Margery Wood, Edythe
Levenson, Sidney Schaer, Herbert Soltman, Sarah Calesaric, Rita Latterman, Phyllis
Second Row-Sidney Schwartz, Patrick Lowrey, William Greer, janet Steiner, Caryl
Cohen, William Herman, James Busick, James Gallegher, Elliot Weinberger
Third Row-Abraham Schusset, Morton Soltz, joel Miller, David Spungen, Fred Terkel,
Lee Silverman, Robert Sedlak, Ronald Schomo
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These songs and slogans our personalities do tell:
'l'hey're heard on radio and TY as well:
So. sit hack, relax. and read every line
Revealing what traits to each we assign.
Hr glides flzronglz flu' air with Ihr gwfrlvsf of vasc-
On his motorcycle -lim is anxious to please.
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He's always on the field displaying manly skill.
2 good 2 ln' fUl'fjUfft'II+lS our inat'hcn1atics hrain.
A nremher of the quell. class whose knowledge hrmgs lnnl lame.
Forever and ever-it's Part that we chooseg
In every free moment he's collecting class dues.
Take 7111? out fa the ball game-basketball, baseball, or football?
Johnny's not particular, he participates in all.
Bttter late than never-joel enters after nineg
But as an aircraft mechanic, he'l1 have to watch the time.
lllmmm boy, he's a nice man-Sid's prexy of our crewg
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For three years he's played basketball, his talents are none too few.
I scream, your scream, we all scream for 'zcc cream-
Ronnie is an Isaly's man who can "scoop" faster than anyone can.
Y01-lj"U6? got to br' a football hero-a whiz in your studies, toog
Wnen asked for a favor 'there's nothing Sid wouldn't do.
Hc's the tops--a likeable guyg
In basketball he always scores high.
Tall, dark, and handsome-musical, too!
Herb's tops in each thing that he's asked to do.
He never talks much-until it comes to sports,
Because his interest lies in athletics of all sorts.
Duz does everything-just like versatile Dave,
From leading the Dragons to victory to becoming Miss Steiner's slave.
Don't be half safe, says Fred, plan your vocationg
His ambition and friendly ways will last after graduati-on.
You can be sure if it"s-Elliot with a cheerful greeting for all.
And the smile upon his face brightens our days at the wall.
Where are you?-cries Miss Bergman as she checks the rollg
He's usually in the gym-more muscles is his goal.
The s:e'c'vtr'st music fhis sfidv of lzvawu-is played by our cells
Her looks plus personality make a pleasing combination.
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Pack uf your troubles in your old kit bag and smile-
That must be Bev's philosophy for, i't's certainly her style.
Ain't she sweet-we wish in Pittsburgh she'd remain,
But Allderdice's loss will be Penn S-tate's gain.
Lost and found-we hear her say,
In the book-room she w-orks each day.
Dance, ballerina, dance--this girl with style and grace
As a member of the Dance Group will benefit any place.
Sweet and lovely-is 'the secretary of our class,
Her dancing and acting ability will be hard to surpass.
We dream of Jeanie with the dark brown hair-
No matter where you look, friends like her are rare.
School da-ys--will continue for the president of F.T.A.g
Her trip to -the convention she'll discuss with you each day.
Quality you can trust-fine character, talent and poise,
These are a few of Marlene's traits well-liked by girls and boys.
For a treat instead of a treatment-jan is the girl of your choice,
She'll harmonize with you with her soft, melodious voice.
Fize feet twog eyes of blue-Bobby danced into 252
With charm and intelligence, what more desirez-vous?
Thc old master painter-entered scholastic competition.
VV ith paint brush and pallet she won B'nai B'rith recognition.
Calm, cool, and collected-will be Marge in her occupationg
Taking temperatures for Miss McKinney is part of her education
I like the wide open spaces, Out where the cactus grew,
But a few more months in Pittsburgh will bran-d Caryl a Yankee, too.
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Yiee President AA A A Seyninur Miller
Secretztrv A, AA A A AAAAA A A , A Lois XVCllllJCl'gCl'
Treasurer A A A A A A ,A ,AAA AA Theresa Falce
Student Council Representzttive A :Xnn Ellen Nevins
F411'ewr11'cl Represeiitzltive A A A A Paul Kramer
Kneeling-Richard Felser, Kenneth Lefkowitz, William Eaton
First Row-Marilyn Ringler, Harriet Winikoff, David Milton, Seymour Miller, Lois Wein-
herger, Ann Ellen Nevins, Freya Sherman, Elaine Heller, Patricia O'Shanick
Second Row-Marcia Kovarsky, Esther Weitz, Phyllis Coleman, Ted Cohen, Melvin
Landay, Nathan Firestone, Sonia Vogel, Catherine Bacigal, Theresa Falce, june Dillner
Third Row-Paul Kramer, Murray Susser, Barry Tenenauser, Richard Watkins, Arthur
Ostroff, Albert Gardill, Ivan Winfield, Sandra Sloan, Judy Hirschfield, Eeta Schutte
The Circus in 2541
The crowcls are gntliering for fun, laugliter. :incl 111irtl1.
XYe welefniie you to tlie "tirezltest Show on li2ll'tll.u
ljncler the liig Top are spectacles galore.
See tl1e sliow once and eoine back for inure.
2-5-4's Circus will give you all tliis.
'l'l1ere's not one :let you'll want to miss.
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The parade comes niareliing clmvii the street.
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.-ldriilu Jordon helps set up the tent:
For this kincl nf work lie is surely lment.
Busy l'l1.vl11'.r C'ul1'111a11 stationed at tlie gate
Qounting ineinbers uf our t1'm1pe-11110 and tliirty-eight.
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Eeta Schutte is ticket vendorg
Her expert service she will render.
Theresa Falce is ticket takerg
With hand outstretched, you can't mistake her.
At the entrance of the Big Top, the first person you will meet
ls our usher, Na-than Firestone, who will show you to your seat.
Melvin Landay is directing our showg
He is blending the talents of the troupers we know.
Each daring act, a stupendous thriller,
Is announced by ringmaster, Seymour Miller.
Marilyn Ringler is the make-up artist who prepares our cuties.
When she's finished with her kit, our performers are all beauties.
This member of our troup is a grand entertainer,
We mean Grace Mohney, our animal trainer.
There's ferry Abra-ins selling souvenirsg
Let's buy something to keep through the years.
Thin man Nagel's long and lean,
We all look up to our Eugene.
One member of our hand is Eddy Awrbac1i,'
For playing the clarinet he has a knack.
"Look up to our aerialist," we imploreg
To great heights Marcia Kovarsky will soar.
Billy Eaton's the acrobat, certainly not fragile,
At turning cartwheels he's really quite agile.
Shutterbug Judy Hirschfield snaps a photo-one, two, threeg
Soon everyone around her begs, "Oh, please take one of me!"
Strong man Dick Watkins stands flexing his niuscleg
He's hard to defeat in any tussle.
The unicycle is a trick vehicle difficult for all,
But skillfully managed by Cathy Bacigal.
Those ferocious beasts can't scare Paul Kramer.
For he is our big, bold lion tamer.
Sandra Sloan's a fast little talkerg
But she's silent now as our tight-rope walker.
"Smoke gets in my mouth," Barry Tenenouscr
As a terrific fire-eater, this fellow never fails.
Ann ElIen's the snake charmer in ring number one:
In performing her feats Miss Nevins has fun.
Performing his antics to the delight of the crowd
Is Dick Felser, our clown, of whom we are proud.
With absentee slips she was constantly strugglingg
Now look, it's ten 'pins Sonia Vogel is juggling.
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On the flying trapeze Stan Cohen flies so high
That even the girls can never get nigh.
Bare-back riding in garb of a dancer
Enters Freya Sherman on a high-stepping prancer.
Now step to the side show for another thrill
To watch the sword swallowing of Albert Gardill.
Adept at turning somersaults is our tumbler Jzmeg
We hope Miss Dillner's act won't end too soon.
Wherever the circus is about to play,
Putting up the stands will be David Gray.
A special feature of this three-ringer
Is Elaine Heller, our talented singer.
Feature attraction when the crowds arrive
Is Teddy Cohen on the high dive.
Because Annalee Kollco is never here,
As the Invisible Vlloman she may appear.
Tough gymnastics are the feat
Of Murray Sasser, our athlete.
The main act is announced as the lights go off.
They spotlight Harriet Winileoff.
Ate too much candy? Tummyache's getting worse?
Go see Lois Weinberger, our charming nurse.
Three-ring excitement is revealed
By our smiling barker, Iwn Winfield.
Now the show is nearly pastg
Look! David Milton's here at last.
Courageous Esther from her Siamese friend alights:
That elephant better not hurt our Miss lldeits.
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President . , , .... .. .,..., ......, fl 'aylor Thompson
Vice President . . .,.,, ,Sylvia Osbon
Secretary .,.... ,. . . ,.i.,. .,.ii.....,. ' Iackie Core
Treasurer .,,......,...,..,,...,.......... . ...,. Gilbert Cramer
Student Council Representative , ..,. ..... S onclra Stein
Foreword Representative , i . .Shirley Phillips
First Row-Sylvia Osbon, joan Mogerman, Connie Speigel, Gilbert Cramer, Floyd Naugle,
Taylor Thcmpson, Sondra Stein, Lottie Gross, Richard Gratton
Second Row-Doris Hopkins, Barbara Wasmuth, Rebecca johnson, Helen Homovics,
jane Davis, Gloria Marena, Anna Marie Lopata, Jacqueline Core, Rose Marie Pascuzzi,
Dolores Coco, Calliope Papandreas, Shirley Phillips
Third Row-Gary Falce, Paul Chaenkok, james Smith, Wynn Murphy, Don Faskow,
George Kramer, Alan Dalby, Paul Clysdale, Milton Zeidon, Gerald Segal, Don
XYhen that dream of graduation
Has finally come true,
XVhen the time has come for us
To part and start anew,
XVhen surprise tests, senior themes
Have all been forgot,
And all our education
Has long ago been sought,
Then 306 students wish
A pilgrimage to make,
From Allderdice to Canterbury
.-X lengthy trip to take.
There was with us a scholar well acquainted with fact.
ln matters of state he knew how to act,
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.Xn artist there was of worldly fame.
,Xs athlete, too. he was tops in the game.
A great musician entertained us all,
I lis trumpet he played at the Coffoxl Hull.
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A collector of money was always on hand,
Our financial status was at his command.
The story of our great pilgrimage was put to press,
By a talented journalist of great success.
VVith us was a student who would always boast, 'T
That into school at 8:45 she could coast.
There was also an athlete of unequalled skill,
In contests and races he gave spectators a thrill.
Gur versatile pilgrim you always could find,
Tackling any job that she was assigned.
A scholar of Latin on our trip we seeg
Tell me, jerry, how did you pass Latin 3?
The one to whom we owe the most,
A class president of whom we boast.
There was also a singer in voice quite skilled,
VV ho hoped on Broadway someday to be billed.
A keeper of books was always around.
Assets and debits she did compound.
On our trip was a harpist with great ambitiong
Through various concerts she gained recognition.
Along for the fun was a student of voiceg
As comedian, too, he was everyone's choice.
Amidst our group was a maiden fair,
VVho could take shorthand notes without a care.
A woman of letters who deserves much credit,
Because this year-hook she did edit.
A woman of mirth there was in the crowd.
She humored the poor and humbled the proud.
-RosE MARIE PASCUZZI
A model of fashion to us now appears,
At sporting events she led us in cheers.
On our trip we had also our favorite athlete,
VVhom we all knew could perform any feat.
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A maiden there was, a delightful cook,
She -had no need for a recipe book.
A salesman we had with a clever line,
He could sell anything from peanuts to wine.
We see a mechanically minded engineer
Who completed the group and brought up the rear.
Amidst us we had a southern gal,
Who was an excellent lifter of our morale.
A track star there was who was fast on his feet,
There was no one whom he couldn't beat.
A woman we -find, who can most capably sewg
We're glad we had the chance this lady to know.
We have with us a boy whom we all admireg
To be an engineer is his one great desire.
For someone to keep our notes we did not ask,
Because for our typist it was not a great task.
' -DOLORES Coco
Ahead rode a man whose work was in sales,
No better salesman from Bangkok to Wales.
An experienced traveler livened our crowd,
At her witty jokes we laughed out loud.
A student there was who had a flair
For making clothes she loved to wear.
-ANN MARIE LOPATA
Following this was a student with papers and booksg
She had much charm, not to Inention good looks.
In our crowd was a draftsman, everyone's friend,
For grave decisions on him we'd depend.
There was also an engineer of great demand,
His bridges will someday span the land.
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All the schuo1's a stage,
And all the girls and buys are merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances:
And each one in his time plays many partsg
llis acts are seven ages. First in seventh grade,
Gaping and gawking at great hig seniors:
The eighth graderfthe buys with cracking voices
And girls with lips so rnhy red. struggling
XVith,lJiscnits and with inotnrsg in ninth,
Confused by algehrafs great unknown,
Reininded su frequently, "Your grades now count."
And then in tenth gradew-senior school now-
In Latin and English the reading of Caesarg
ln jewelry, pins: in gemnetry. eirclesg
For some of them it's jayvee, tommy next year
NYith college nigh. nnw joining many clubs,
The would-he dehaters, teachers, and nurses,
The writers and scientists ne'er in homerouin,
And thus they look ahead: the sixth age shifts
lntn the long awaited senior year,
Complete with dances, theme, and class play. ttm,
They lead the teams and even cluhs, as well,
Are featmed hy choir, hand, and dance,
The lmlackhnard calendars recurd the days
Until THF day arrives: last scene nf all
That ends this most eventful history.
ls graduation when the seniurs leave,
XVith highest aims to know. lu du, tu he,
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The Olive Bowl
This is Station 302 broadcasting, no less,
The biggest event of the year.
Direct from the -Olive Bowl of T.A.H.S.,
With famous celebrities here.
Teacher .,..... .............,.4...........4...........,...,.......,... ......... M i ss Olive Bowlin
President ......,.....,.. ........., A lan Ackerman
Vice President ...... ..,ll.. R ose VVeizenbaum
Secretary .l.......l..i.,.i..l..i...i.....,....... ..,.............. A nn Levin
Treasurer .......,...,4....,.,,.,.....,.....,....... ....,.,....,.. A llen Shrager
Student Council Representative .,....,.. .,...., M ary Alice Caddy
Foreword Representative ....,....,.........,....................,.4.,.4.....,.., Natalie Amdur
George Specter-An avid interest in sports gains him fame:
He can always be found at an Allderdice game.
Melvin Levinson-VVhen it comes to art work, this lad is best:
He wins more worthwhile honors than all of the rest.
Claire Arnowitz-That language you're speaking, I don't understand.
What is it known as? Oh, I see! Shorthand!
Doreen Binstock--Wha.t's holding the game up? The crowd's tired of waiting
It's just our Doreen telling tales of her da-ting.
Jimmy'Mil1er-Music to the field he's bringing-
No, not a band! But jimmy's singing.
James DeLo-I hear a low bass join in the chorus:
Though his tales are fantastic, they never quite bore us.
Allen Shrager-He's a Cheerleader, but .that's not why he's yelling:
"I lost the treasury," is the story 'he's telling.
Iris Picovsky-That girl in the bleachers loo-ks as if she might faint!
She can't make her mind up-to dance, act, or paint.
Robert Thoresen-Fellow Scope members jump to their feet
When this musician of talent takes his seat.
Natalie Amdur-Even 'here 'her thoughts can't be free.
For Miss Bowlin says, "To the desk, Natalie."
Rose Weizenbaum-A likeable miss. her voice rings aloud!
She can't resist selling name cards to the crowd.
jack Rosen-The Marching Band enters. There's one of our crew
Whose horn playing names him our "Little Boy Blue."
Ann Levin-There's a riot in -the stands: but she isn't affected:
As usual, Ann is calm, cool, and collected.
Beverly Balukin-As the football team enters, she greets each boy by name:
She likes all people and hopes they feel the same.
Alan Ackerman-The president of the Bowl has the crowd all excited:
This senior class treasurer keeps any crowd delighted.
Sylvia Loikrec-A photographer stops in front of this lass:
That friendly s'mile's just too nice to pass.
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Eileen Reinwasser-Cmillecting news for the Foreword. shc walks around the
Xkith her extra activi.ties. she could use a few more hands.
Arlene Yahr-The spectators are distracted from the football g'ame below,
As .Xrlene keeps them laughing with her plaintive moan, "Oh. woe."
Susan Canter-xlnother sound above the din comes floating-f
lt's the dramatic voice of Susan-emotmg.
Joe Sakolsky-.Xs machine-shop foreman, .his judgment's respected:
But don't stare, uloeg these stands were inspected.
Gloria Caplan-Her friends are all teasing about her wardrobe. which is great:
They claim it's because her sister's home trom State.
Kneeling-Eileen Reinwasser, Sylvia Loikrec
First Row-Georgia Canter, Gloria Caplan, Rose Weizenbaum, Allen Shrager, Alan Acker-
man, Melvin Levinson, Ann Levin, Natalie Amdur, Barbara Barmen
Second Row-Nancy Baltic, Leonard Spicuzza, Lolene Moore, Sheila Leff, Claire Arnowitz,
Beverly Balukin, Mary Alice Caddy, Beverly Calfo, Shirley Ann Brown, Doreen
Third Row-Bill Boehm, james Miller, Leon Felman, Richard Bergenstein, james DeLo,
Robert Thoreson, joseph Sakolsky, jack Rosen, Daniel Levitt, Raymond Azinger,
Lolene Moore-lf a vote were taken for Olive Bowl Queen.
Her personality would gain that crown for Lolene.
Shirley Ann Brown-She dons her ballet shoes and begins to whirlg
Music always arouses this vibrant girl.
Ray Azinger-Basking in grandeur brightens his day,
For he 'hears the stands shouting, "XYho?-Ray!"
Barbara Barmen-lt's half-time now-the Nlajorettes are on!
Barbara is outstanding when she twirls her baton.
Gloria Malasky-The game may be exciting. but she doesn't understand it:
Her book is far more thrilling. Did you know that Boston banned it?
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Sheila Leff-Is that quiet looking girl on the 50-yard line screaming?
She livens up most anything, when she's not day-dreaming.
Bill Boehm-The game may 'be dull, 'but Bill's showing his powersg
His wise-craciks have kep.t us amused for two hours.
Georgia Canter-S'he's a little tardy getting here. Why is she so late?
The boys are always stopping her to ask her for a date.
Nancy Baltic-She thas the boys around herg they're explaining the gameg
She can't define a hudclleg but the results are just the same.
Leon Felman-He thinks that a position on the football team is fine:
But he'd rather be on Mr. Shriner's ball team any time.
Richard Bergenstein-Dick enjoyed the game-the tea'm's a real go-getterg
Bu-t he enjoyed the Maj-orettesg he thinks they were much better.
Mary Alice Caddy-A member of Student Council: she's here upon request:
Her investigation of seniors has proved tha-t they're the best.
Beverly Calfo-If you'd like to meet her after the game,
Yell "Regina" or "Beverly"-she answers each name.
Dan Levitt-The last to leave, he examines the ballg
He'll take it and analyze this thin-g in Qual.
This ends our broadcast for today,
And 0-ur report of people's pranks.
To the gracious lady who directed our show-
To Miss Bowlin go our thanks.
20th Century Confusion
Contribution to English Blood Stream: Nicotine
Language Contribution: "Swell"g "Guess not"g "Don't Ever"g "You Old Pooh"g
Molding Institution: The Wallg Nightly Partiesg 262
Ideal of Manhood: Bleary-eyed Senior
Dominant Literary Type: Investigative Themes
New Literary Devices: Negative Questions, Outlines and Note Cards
Characteristic Literary Style: Classical ffollowing standards set by Classmatesj
Great Books: Captain Applejackg Seruenteentli Szminierg Journal of 1952 Uournal
of the Plague Yearsj
Great Authors: Glazer C52 note cardsj
Dominant Movement: Hail to Pitt
Cultural Heritage: "Pure ignorance, Ma'm."
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Arnold Rosenthal, Cecile Lincoff, Ronna Sue Anish, Shirley Wilson, Eleanor Cohen
Second Row-Irving Levy, Charles Rosenthall, Ronald Berkman, Howard Stearns, Stanley
Makoroff, David Henry, Leslie Klein, Haryan Schmidt, Nancy Schor, Daniel Green-
berg, Shirley Stroup, Byron Eliashof, David Ferber
Third Row-Ravenna Palkovitz, Arlene Soltz, Roberta Prividy, Shirley Malek, Elaine Perl,
Aleen Holtzman, Electra Petrolias, Marcia Saul, Daisy Marks, Sondra Hirshfield
NVQ. the senior students. have decided we should he
The characters and programs seen on XVDTY.
ln an effort to he honest, many hours we have spent
Trying to determine whom each l2A should represent.
XVc've come to these conclusions-now we very proudly let
You see room 362's representatives of your Television Set.
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Secretary . ...., .... . .
Treasurer .. .,.... ., ..., ,....,..,r,....,. ,....,.....,. S a ni Rogal
Social Chairman ..... .. .. . ......,. .,., . .Byron Eliashof
Student Council Representative . . ..,, Haryan Schmidt
Foreword Representative, .... ., Roberta Prividy
His lhllzgvrozrs .'iSSlyllHIt'llf was president of our class:
He"s made his homeroom into one you never can surpass.
This Dorofliy C'oIIin.v we cannot help hut like:
XVe think that Ronna Anish is a genuine Lzrrlcy Strilcv.
The answers to Tiuvizfy fflltlfflitlllj Ronnie always knows.
And if you ask him twenty more. he'll also answer those.
You cvllll Hat Your Life that during her "reign,"
Electra has brought Student Council fame.
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Keep Posted on the success ol the latest school atfairg
As social chairman, "liohhe" made sure every one was there.
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U1n1nniniBoy, we all think David's a dandy.
To Strike It Rich is Bobbie's desire-
Wihen we pay for our Forewords, she can retire.
'Just like Dennis James, he gets his product sold,
So we bet Stanley's fortune will Colne from Old Gold.
In any Ccwalcade of Stars you will find her nameg
As Editor of Foreword, Nancy has won fame.
Here's one Ollie that can't be called "dragon"g
In athletic ability he's surely not laggin'.
Our Ed Wood will find something to say
To brighten up any difficult day.
On Stop The Music Aleen will aspireg
Her beautiful voice is one we all admire.
This Sports Seholar's knowledge should bring her a throne:
For athletic ability Shirley's well known.
Her efforts on the Foreword Staff have brought Miss Lincoff glory:
Many times she's won acclaim for a wonderful Big Story.
BX RON ELIASHOF
In charge of Studio Control at school or on TV.,
Never will you find a more intelligent emcee.
A Fashion Preview with clothes up to style-
A friendship with Sandy is really worthwhile.
On Perfection Time, Daisy can take any part,
She's famous-for dancing, singing, and art.
C offee With Carol would be a real treat.
Her piano ability just can't be beat.
Our Super Circus Clown of Fun,
Sam has a smile for everyone.
In Betty Fnrness's most charming way,
Nancy always has something clever to say.
A Clarwbel when it comes to talking,
Shirley's quiet, but we're not "squawking."
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Ask Berry, a very well known sports figure.
On Stars Ori Parade, she will someday be heard-
To all other voices, Ann's is preferred.
VVatch her typing-of her shorthand be wary,
For Tomorrow she'll he a famous secretary.
With just one Jerry Lewis trick,
Leslie can make any class tick.
A graceful dancer on Toast of the Town,
Ravenna is sure to gain world renown.
A future maestro of the Paul VVh1ifClIfH11'L Show,
Charlie's fame in music will grow.
A girl with Carole Mansfield's looks,
Elaine is tops in all our books.
A boy who's as well liked as the Ed Sullivan Show,
David's a fellow we're all glad to know.
A delightful actress on the Fireside Theatre show,
People admire "Elly" whom they all wish to know.
To Break the Bank has been Tommy's aimg
His hard work and study will win -him fame.
LA RUE BRUCE
Our Hit Parade favorite is truly a starg
Her sparkling personality is right up to par.
A Candid Camera photograph of Marcia shows she's fit
For the well-deserved title of our homeroom class wit.
We the People have decided Arlene's fateg
In everyone's opinion her charm and humor rate.
Unanimously elected the Queen of T. V.
A more admired teacher there just couldn't be.
Excellent in shorthand, in typewriting too,
She's also the Queen of Room 362.
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Marlene Alder you will see
In the headlines as a P.F.C.
Abe Shussett so they say
Mr. Howard Barnes
.,....Hilda Mae Joyce
Will be a contractor after graduation day.
Mary lo Plllion
Our red-'haired las-s named Mary jo
To the t-op of the Hit Parade will go.
Josephine De Matteo
.Io with her smile so very merry
Will someday be a secretary.
O'Shanick is her name,
And business school is her aim.
Audrey is a pleasant sight
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Our blonde-haired lass named Sara jo
To Pinkerton School she will go.
A bookkeeper our Gerry will be
At Union Supply Company.
Edith Yates who is so sweet
Sells the cakes that we all eat.
Rachel with her tall, slim figure
Is always full of vim and vigor.
M ary Kovacs
Mary Kovacs is efficient and bright
In her job-a shining light!
The Record Mart is a likely place
To see Joan Siegel's smiling face.
If a "number, please," is what you hear-
It's "operating" with a good cheer!
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Hazelwoods show is lmetter today
Since Lil came along with her friendly way.
Cassie Engeman you shall see
If you go to Kaufmann's on a shopping spree.
Gloria lllalusky -
Malasky is a grand old name.
ln linsiness school she will obtain her fame.
Hilda Moz' foyce
Hilda Mae .loyce someday will lie
A government girl in lVashington. D. C.
Rebecca ,lohnson is a likely nnss
XVho will make her fame as a receptionist.
Sandra Zwang with her flashing smiles
XVill give you hints ol' Gimliefs styles.
One of the few lmoys in our crew.
XVill he a contractor in a year or two.
lt your shoes are old and you want something new
'lust see Charles. he'll know what to do.
Mildred with her clever wit
XVill, no douht. someday lie a hit.
,loyce Caplan is her name
As "Miss Salesmaidu she gained fame,
First Row-Sandra Zwang, Joyce Caplan, Bernard Ginsburg, Geraldine Kocan, Mary
Kovacs, Edith Yates, Joan Siegel
Second Row-Mildred Kepech, Josephine DeMatteo, Kathryn Engeman, Rachel Wolfson,
Mr. Barnes, Charles Rosenberg, Hilda Mae Joyce, Rose Ochvary
'l'ezu'lier , Mr. 'Ray Ralston
l'resiclent ., , lion lfirller
Yice Vresiclent .. . Gerry liugel
Secretary .. , . .. A , A Kitty Nlaclclfmx
'llreasurer .. , , ,. l.fl1'Zl l,ee Small
Student Council Representative ,, Mitchel lilooin
Fm'ewm'cl Representative, ,,... hluclith Frieclnizui
The ,lnclginent Day has conie at lust
Pruclainiing this nunnent to review the past.
Here they are, Ralsitmfs crew.
The willing' :incl able officers of 452.
Ui this court. D011 Fidler's the hezul,
.X wise l'IlZlStt'l', ul liini it is saifl.
He wielcls his gzlvel with justice and might.
And we'll all whey for we're sure he's right.
Gerry Bugel, x'ice-prexy, may lie seen
Wearing the crown of .Xllclercliee May Queen.
Kitty Maddox, the ininx of the crew.
VVill zulcl her pntent to the heavenly lmrew.
Lora Lee Small cares for the class treasure:
Giviiig her all is her pleasure.
Mitch Bloom is the Stnclent Council menilmer
Xllinse multiple activities we'll try to l'Clll0llllJCl'.
Kneeling-Mark Silverman, Lora Lee Small, Gloria Fibus, Bernice Begler, Hugh Mac-
First Row-Audrey Depkon, Evelyn Rohaly, Don Lintelman, Geraldine Bugel, Donald
Fidler, Kitty Lou Maddox, Gretchen Gaschler, Garnet Wisser, Judith Friedman
Second Row-Jack Baltrosky, Sally Donovan, Sondra Nathan, Peggy Pancoast, Elizabeth
Viszneki, Clara Ferko, Ruth Ann Elliott, Barbara Service, Lois Silverman, Gloria
Silverman, Mr. Ralston, David Banks
Third Row-Leonard Kirsch, Mitchel Bloom, Darrell Cuppet, Darwin Rosenfeld, Bernard
Bliman, Wayne Bond, Richard Major, Roger Ahlers, jack Faulkner, Larry Frishman
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A voice that comes as from afar
Calls each one before the bar.
Each will receive his due reward
As he steps 'before this au-gus oard.
In sports Roger Ahlers is quite a man
Because of this, every one is his fan.
jack Baltrotsky has talents galoreg
He'll be a famous diarist in a few years or more.
Someday Dave Banks
Telling the world his
will get in the news
Bernice Begler is our
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writer of poetry and prose.
is what she willingly chose.
Bernie Bliman is a fellow full of fun
Wi-th all his activities he's always on the run.
Math solutions Wayne Bond does find
Are no problem at all for his agile mind.
Darrell Cuppett plays the organ with easeg
Music circles 'he aims to please.
Sally Donovan is very well versed,
Especially in history where she places first.
Ruth Ann Elliott is one of the few
Whose singing ability will see her through.
Jack Faulkner, quite mechanically inclined,
Someday may build a space ship he designed.
Clara Ferko will mold cihildren's lives,
Because teaching is the goal for which she strives.
Gloria Fibus' typing is keeng
A -brilliant future for her is foreseen.
Each day Judy Friedman does her good deed-
Selling the .Foreword with a great deal of speed.
Larry Frishman is a science fiction fang
He reads just as many as he possibly can.
Gretchen Gaschler has one foremost dream-
Teaching in a high school is her well-plotted scheme
Leonard Kirsch reads first edition bo-oks:
He can be found in literary nooks.
Don Lintelman, our artist supreme,
Wins millions of art medals, or so it would seem.
Next to be sighted as he passes in review
Is Dick Major-talented in math and basketball, too.
Patricia Morsek's voice is like a treasureg
When she sings s-he creates-for everyone-pleasure.
Sandra Nathan's cooking is nutritious.
Not only that but it's really delicious.
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Peggy Pancoast wants to 'be a secretaryg
In that one wish s'he'll never vary.
Evelyn Rohaly takes shorthand at a very fast speed:
Any tough assignment she'll promptly heed.
Darwin Rosenfeld is attracted to thinvs scientificg
In such matters he is truly terrific.
Barbara always lives up to her name-
To give Service is her utmost aim.
Gloria Silverman works at any good causeg
She deserves to receive resounding applause.
Lois Silverman is a vivacious lass
Who rates with the friendliest of our class.
Mark Silverman is a drama fiendg
When he's not on the stage he feels demeaned.
Dave Smith is an ambitious ladg
His future includes Business Ad.
Elizabeth Viszneki is a baseball ace,
'l'hat's why Forbes Field is 'her favorite place.
Marriage is Garnet Wisser's first hope,
But with office problems s-he also can cope.
This is it!
The tribunal has tried to fit
Rewards and praise
For this ending phase.
Give me liberty or give me a diploma."
-STANLEY "PATRICK I-IENRY"' FINK
Absent in spirit but present in body."
-SENIOR SPRING FEVER
l regret that there are but six classes in a day to hook."
-ROGER "NATHAN HALE" AHLERS
Nothing they did in school became them like the leaving of it."
-SHAKESPEARE ON GRADUATION
Every senior must have his day."
-JONATHAN SWIFT ON CLASS DAY
I awoke one morning and found myself famous."
-FLOYD "LORD BYRON!! NAUGLE
Beauty is only skin deep, and I have the deepest skin in the school."
-LARRY "ANONYMOUS" SILVERMAN
If we hook, when we hook, let us hook quickly."
-LESLIE UIVIACBETHU KLEIN
I have not yet begun to write."
-SENIOR ON HIS THEME
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Kneeling-Charles Kemp, Eugene Tippett, Duane Gurley
First Row-Rita Marie Vitulla, Vivian Garner, Geneva Coles, Philip Karlin, Natalie
Zavodnick, Elinor Aaron, Shirley Prizent, Barbara Krimsly, Norma Lee Reola
Second Row-Shirley Ault, Jane Bakaysca, Shirley Reis, Leo Zelkowitz, James Glick,
Edith Zeligman, Sanford Tex, Mildred Radovick, Barbara Kaplan, John Abbott
Third Row-Kenneth Alman, Lewis Mendelson, jay Nathan, Orvie Recht, Uri Carpenter,
Roger Davidson, Karl Egerman, Arthur Fuhrer, james Sheehan, Philip Saint Vincent
'I'e-ziclicr , , ., ,. ., Mrs. Mae lVelier Smith
Presiclent ,.,ir., , ,...,..., I , , .Shirley Reis
Yice President .. ...... ..... I 'hilip Karlin
Secrctziry-'I'rezisnrer ,. , ..i.. . , Geneva Coles
Student Council Repiwseiitative. I . . -lolin rXlJliott
Iforcworcl Ilepresentzltiye A ., I ,. . , . Iiclith Ze-liginzui
Xliliilc looking through the wiiiclow ol 456. I saw what :lt first zlppezirerl to
lic El picture of confusion. Tzilqing zinotlicr look, I cliscoyerecl it was only the
Imnsy occupants going ztliont their regular activities. .XII this activity niacle nie
rlizzy Quill I tnrnccl, hut lielore going, ,I sun' . . .
ELINOR AARoN--fRnsIiiiig to liczit ll l7o1'l":uord clczicllinc.
JOHN LXl4l4U'I"l'- 3I'rying to present n Stnclcnt Council report to 456.
KENNETH .AXLIVIANA'--IXfI2ll'CIllllg to the tune ol' the ,Xlmzi Mater.
SHIRLEY AL'1.'1'fIlusily preparing her next clzLy's liomework ussigninent.
JANE BAKAYSZA--NIilllCug1'Il1JIllllg clziily lmllctins.
,IOAN ,IEIQNNIQTT-Iliclcliiig :L szicl farewell to Ilr. Qiizittimcclii.
URI CAlil'liN'l'liRflllaylllg llomv ,S"zt'l'vf lloml' on his tronilione.
f,iliNliVA Comzsfe5I'rying to collect 25C per person weekly clues.
ROGER IJAVIIDSUN zuicl I.1cn'is AIICNIIICLSUNf-nhfglllllg vehemently the pros and
cons of present clay politics.
IQARI, IQGICRNIANfI,l'llCtlClllg lor It solo in the choir progrzun.
VIVIAN GARNERMFilling reams of paper with an English composition.
JAMES GLICK and EUGENE 'TIPI'ETT-XV'0I'lilllg up an appetite by running "laps"
around the room.
ANN LoIs GOLDSTEIN-Persuading a sick Allderdice student that he is well
enough to face that English test.
.ARTHUR FUHRER-lbfllflg calesthenics in pre-season football training.
DF.-NNE GL'RLPIX'-PT3CtiCl1lg basketball plays with the aid of the waste paper
PHILIP KARLIN-Using his powerful voice to keep class meetings calm.
BARBARA KAPLAN-Preparing for an F.T.A. meeting.
CIIARI.I:s KEBII'4HLl11ti1lg frantically for a lost homework assignment.
BARBARA IQRIMSLY-EXC1'ClSll1g her dramatic talents for the benefit of Captain
PAUL KRUSPIR-Completing a "forward pass" to the pleasure of Allderdice fans.
JAY NATHAN-Pl3.11lllI'lg future social events for 456.
SHIRLEY PRIZENT-"Checking out" books in the school library.
ORVII-3 RECHT-Frantically illustrating 12A-456 on the blackboard.
SHIRLEY MAE RE1s-Preparing to make class announcements.
NORMA LEE REOLA-Performing duties as Mrs. Smiths Girl Friday.
PHILIP ST. VINCENT-Printing bulletin board notices.
JAMES SHEEHAN-Discovering a new organism while doing research in Micro-
SIDNEY SYNA-QTl1t'l11'lHg little lads and lasses in the principles of algebra and
SANDY TEX-Lending his Inusical talents for the benefit of our orchestra.
RITA VYITULLA and NATALIE ZAvoDNIcK-Comparing notes on activities for
charming private secretaries.
EDITH ZELIGMAB.-Stfllgglllig to write prose or poetry for this Journal article.
LEO ZELKOXX'ITZ-GiVlI1g 456 a cosmopolitan touch with his New York accent.
AIRS. SMITH-Bl'C3.tlll11g a sigh of relief as the 9:00 o'c1ock bell rings.
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Personality X Leadership QA Great Paly 2 PAUL BERGER
Hot Trumpet Player + Sincerity X Fun 2 RONALD WIESNER
QA Golden Voicejf' + Looks + Ambition 2 WILLIAM NICHOLSON
Considerate X Capability + Smiles 2 IVIARILYN BERGER
Tall X Handsome + Ability to Draw : JOHN TKAC
QArtistJ7 + Success X Sweetness 2 SUSIE BERGMAN
A Nightinga1e's Voice X Charm + Brilliance 2 RIIEDA GREENBERG
Best Cla-ssmate X Veracity X Cooperation 2 PETER SWECK
A Big Man X Much to Say+A Swell Pal 2 STANLEY FINK
Patience Qlifficiencyj + The Best Vice President 2 MARGARPIT HEA'FLEY
Simplicity X Sugar -l- A Terrific Friend 2 ANN EASTON
Attractiveness Qlntelligencels + The Best 2 LOIs LEVY
QA Marvelous Singer? + Loveliness X Skill 2 MARCIA GOLDSTEIN
Talent -+- Industry + A Friend In Deed 2 BRUCE PORTER
Brains X Cleverness + The Best Photographer 2 ROBERT NIARKS
Alertness X Genuineness X Success 2 BEVERLY LEVIN
Blonde Hair + Effervescent Personality 2 ELAINE VAUGHN
Gallons of Pep + Talents X Imagination 2 WILMA LEVIN
QSwell Guyjs -1- Aggressiveness X Refinement : RICHARD RODDA
A Pragmatical Classmate X Wisdoni -P Keennes-s 2 ALAN MARK
QA F riendjb + Happy-Go-Lucky + Kindness 2 MARGARET HAYES
Vivacious X A Likeable Person + Charm : FAYE SCHWARTZ
Cleverness QSincerityj QGenialj 2 MICHAEL CHERINGTON
Elegance X "just Plain Swell" + Skill 2 BETTY GRIMM
Helpfulness X Enthusiasm + Tremendous Fellow 2 ROBERT EMIGH
High Qualities -P Generosity X Pep 2 IRENE HVOZDOVICH
Gifted QPopu1arityj -+ Confidence 2 JAMES PARKER
Fame X Vigor + Sincerity 2 LAWRENCE THOMAS
Brains QSkillj QAmbitiOnj 2 IRWIN STEIN
Capability X Success X Genuineness 2 IRENE LAzo
Considerate QA Wonderful Fellow-classmatejg 2 RACHEL Wooos
QAcimirableD A Powerful Personality + Ability 2 DOROTHY TERRY
Spry X Fun X Cooperation + Skill 2 MARY LOU MILLER
Influential + Pleasing Character QLiked by Allj : MARY Ross
Dependable X Wit + Sportsmanship : ABA LEITER
Delicate QWonclerful Qualitiesj -l- Fun : HELEN ECKBRETH
QThe Bestj '00 QMost I-Ielpfulj '00 QUnforgettablel '00 : MR. TRUMBULL
TOTAL : ROOM 458
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lhesirlent A A .......,...,,....,...,.. Paul Berger
Yice Presirlent A A AA A hlzu'gzu'et Heatley
Secretary A A A ..,, AA Marilyn Berger
Tieasurers A A A A AA A A AXVil1nz1 l.evin, Dick Roclcla
Student Council Representative A Susan ljergiuan
lforeworcl Representative AAAAA A AAAAA A AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA A A Lois l,evy
First Row-Mary Ross, Wilma Levin, Marcia Goldstein, Susan Bergman, Marilyn Berger,
Margaret Heatley, Betty Grimm, Robert Marks, Irene Lazo, Elaine Vaughn
Second Row-Margaret Hayes, Rachel Woods, Dorothy Terry, Lois Levy, Beverly Levin,
john Tkac, Paul Berger, Faye Schwartz, Mary Louise Miller, Irene Hvozdovich, Ann
Easton, Helen Eckbreth, Mr. Trumbull, Stanley Fink
Third Row-Irwin Stein, Michael Cherington, Robert Emigh, Aba Leiter, James Parker,
Richard Rodda, Peter Sweck, Bill Nicholson, Ronald Weisner, Bruce Porter, Alan Mark
Uxf7l1'tllUllS and wise he is, but not severeg
He still remenibererl that he once was young."
"XVhere there-'s at g'll'l-A'-fllCl'6'5 a boy."
-At the wall
"lt was 21 clreain of perfect bliss,
Too beautiful to last."
-An "A" in English 8
"I want what I XV2lllt.ufrlwll grzlrluzlte.
"Now we shau't be lo11g."ff'-Seuioi' taking the hall pass
XVhere left you Clirououlnvtouthologsf'
-Floyrl Nztugle at class meeting
"In my mind, there is nothing so illiberzil and so illbrecl, as audible laughter."
-Miss Zeigler on auditorium conduct
UI speak not of this class or of that, but of the school as Il whole, und.
gentlemen what a whole Allclerclice is."v:Xrtliur Tlioinas
"This warm kind worlcl is all l lmou'."-WQX senior on class clay.
"Seniors must give up wine, women or song."-Goodbye Miss Steiner
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Through twelve long years of real hard work,
We've learned from studies never to shirkg
But from our minds, and intuition,
We've now dug up a real ambition.
BOB OAKES-Vaughn Monroe's replacement
JIMMY POLAND-Clown on "Howdy Doody" show
DAVID MAZER-Bass player in Spike Jones Symphony
JOAN KLEPPICK-Co-owner of Arthur Murray studio
GEORGINE LUCERNE--Lovelorn Columnist of "Why Weep, Women" maga-
BUZZ? SNIDERMAN--Cartoonist for Whiz, Boom, Bang comic books
IRV HOLTZMAN-Driver for Black 81 Blue Cab Company
NANCY SCHWINN-Leading star in the dramatic Broadway play, "Blondes
MEMORY JONES-The Republican party's good-will ambassador to Lower
ERIC KOCH-Night watchman at Fort Knox
ROBERT LUTSKY-Successor to Captain Video
CAROL REED and BARBARA ROMZY-Co-owners of the Mellon Bank
ESTHER JOHNSON-Owner and proprietor of K'Nitey Nite" Inn
NANCY KELLY-Assistant to Clyde Beatty
NORMA JEAN FATKIN-Winner of Olympic walking title
LULA MAE WHETSTONE-Head model for Jim Canopener
CAROL SPERLING-"Irium girl"
ALBERT and HAROLD LAPIDUS-The "Tintair Twins"
EMIL HERMAN-President of Siberia
SANDRA and RHODA GOLDHAMMER-The "Toni Twins"
SHIRLEY VERNON-Door to door ticket salesman for Wilkens' Amateur
RICHARD DIAS-Alan Ladd of 1960
GEORGE GETTY-The "Valentino" of TV
VIRGINIA JACKSON-Manager ofa department store
RUTH F ERSON-Winner of "Make More F riends" contest
FAYE CHOSKY-Mrs. Uppington of the "400"
FRED WEINSTEIN-Author of sensational book, "Twentieth Century Con-
SANDOR BERES-Jasha Heifetz' protege
MARLENE SABLE-Traveling saleswoman for "You Pay, lfVe Print" Company
SHIRLEY GINSBERG-"Smoky City's" representative and interpreter at the
MARLYN LANGUE-Cheerleader at the 1960 World Series
SARA LYNN I-IIRSH-Top-paying member of "Tomorrow's Business Shystersu
SANFORD GORDON-Top four-part arranger for the Andrews Sisters
MARY AGNES O'CONNELL-Pulitzer prize winner for the best short novel
DOROTHY HAYNES-President of the Humane Society
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President, Sept.-jan.-Marcia Glazer
President, jan.-June-Electra Petrolias
Sponsor-Miss Laura Zeigler
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JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
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STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES
Editors-in-Chief-Elinor Aaron, Nancy Schor
Sponsor-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
NINTH-TENTI-I GRADE REPRESENTATIVES
ELEVENTH-TWELFTH GRADE REPRESENTATIVES
ff0me1 'rmm.v - 100 Z SZlb.Yl'l'lLDfl-011
ROOMS zea, 312, 368, 372, 358
SERVICE CLUB Sponsor: Miss Helen Bartrim
Miss Katherine McKinney
BOOK ROOM CLUB
Miss Laura Zeigler
Mr. john Irwin
LIBRARY STAFF-Miss Gertrude Oetting
Sponsor-Miss Ann Kasnitz
TODAY'S BUSINESS GIRLS
Sponsor-Miss Margaret Winch
Sponsor-Miss Edna Todd
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UNITED NATIONS CLUB
Sponsor-Mr. Morris Beck
Sponsor-Mr. Marcus Rosenthal
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
Sponsor-Miss Margery Heimberger
Sponsor-Miss Beryl Zeigler
Sponsor-Mr. Louis Weitzel
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Sponsor-Miss Lois Grose
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Sponsor-Mr. Regis Wiegand
SENIOR DISCUSSION-ELEVENTH GRADE
Sponsor-Mrs. Ethel Hubbard
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SCIENCE TEST CLUB
Sponsor-Mrs. Mae Weber Smith
Sponsor-Mr. Robert C. Trumbull
Sponsor-Mrs. Mae Weber Smith
Sponsor-Mrs. Nancy Snively
Sponsor-Miss Lenore Allen
Sponsor-Mr. Thomas Davies
SLIDE RULE CLUB
Sponsor-Dr. Wesley J. Wagner
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Sponsor-Miss Helen Hillard
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FOURTH PERIOD HALL STAFF
Sponsor-Mr. Arthur W. Thomas
Sponsor-Mrs. Irene K. Bain
Sxcefpzs from an essay of Horfzce llffzll-wit
Question: XVhy are you looking forward to graduation?
.flmw Rosvizlwry: I'm not!!
Carole S71-ld!'7'I I'll get lots of presents.
Alvvlz If0ll!,S'lllt1-212 I'm getting tired of this school.
Ranma Amish: VVhy? Shouldn't I be?
A C'01'toin 'I'0a,clwr: I'll have a 9th grade homeroom
Question: If you couldn't cut classes, but had complete freedom in the school,
what would you do?
Dafzfid Fmflzer: I'd study furiously!
Beverly Balulein: I don't know!
Lvsliv Klein: I think I'd go crazy!
Row ll-'visenlrcmmx I'd cut classes anyway.
Dirk Iivlscr: I'd resort to early glismissals.
Phyllis Coleman: I'd come late to a journal Staff meeting!
Question: Wliat advantages have you found in being a senior?
Cozmiv Sfwiglv: I've never had such an easy English class.
Ann Lvzfin: I haven't really found any advantages.
Freya Slzcrmcm: A newly-acquired heart condition.
Stanley Cohen: The advantage of being allowed to do three hours homework
Do1'm'11 Binstock: I can go out on school nights-to the library!
C,'1r1irlvs Rosvntlzollz It's easier to loaf in the hall.
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Director-Miss Emma Steiner
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5 ' ' Sponsor-Mrs, Dorothy Meyer
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Director-Mr. Roy Dietz
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Special Dance-Miss Margaret Mercer
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Needed--Une red-ink eradicator for two extremely "red-headed twinsuh-none
else but .Xl and Hal l,apiclus.
Found--A copy of parliamentary procedure. Could Memory blones be missing
Lost-President Harvey Klein bemoans the fact that he seems to have mis-
placed his official gavel.
Missing-A very expert baton, sadly missed by its owner, Majorette Barbara
Founde-SOMliliUlJY'S little gold pin by Roberta Rosen. lt will take real
peisuasion for her to give it up.
Strayed-Une red, two-wheeled bicycle usually associated with "Kitty," other-
wise known as Phyllis ltlaclc.
Needed-A second-hand heliocopter so that Mildred Kravitz and Patsy Farber
can commute between Squirrel Hill and Penn State.
Stolen-VVill the crafty person who disappeared with the senior class minutes
kindly return them to Secretary Dorothy Haynes?
Found--.-X place in the annals of :Xllderdice history by -that spectacular .Iann-
ary, 1952 graduating class.
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Sponsor-Miss Mary Allshouse
HOCKEY ALL-STAR TEAMS
HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
JUNIOR LEADERS CLUB
Sponsor-Miss Eleanor Boland
JUNIOR VOLLEY BALL
SENIOR VOLLEY BALL CHAMPIONS
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JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
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Sponsor-Miss Eleanor Boland
Mr. John Irwin
Coach-Mr. Louis Weitzel
Assistant Coach-Mr. Stewart Brown
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Coach-Mr. Stewart Brown
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Gamma Phi Alpha
extends eorzgrazulaliom zo the 1952 graduates ami
to its own graduating members
BEST WISHES FROM
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Aaron
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Abbott
Mr. and Mrs. S. Abrams
Aleen and Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alman
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Amdur
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Anish and Family
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Arnowitz
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Averbach and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Azinger
Mrs. Catherine Bacigal
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bakaysza
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Baltic
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baltrotsky
Mrs. Frank Balukin
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Begler and Family
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bergenstein
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berger
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berger
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bergman
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Berkeybile
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Berkman
Bernie and Pete
Mr. and Mrs. I. Blnstock
Mr. and Mrs. N. Bliman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bloom
Mrs. Carlton L. Brunt
Charles A. Buechel
Lewis W. Caddy
V. A. Carpenter
and Mrs. Jesse Coles
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dillner and Family
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Easton
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Eckbreth
Joanne and Karl Egerman
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Egerman
Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Eliashof
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Emig and Family
Mr. and Mrs. James Emigh
Mr. and Mrs. Micheal Falce
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Faulkner
Mr. and Mrs. I. Felser
Mr. and Mrs. L. Harry Felman
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ferber
Mr. and Mrs. I. Fibus and Family
Mrs. Annette Fineman
Drs. Mollie and Morris Foster
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friedman
Mr. and Mrs. Ned E. Friedman
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fuhrer
Mr. and Mrs. William Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Gardill
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gladstone
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Godla
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Goldstein and
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Julius H. Goldstein
Mrs. Selma Goodworth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Beverly
Mrs. I. Greenberg, Larry and Rheda
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Greer
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Greenspan
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gross
Francis R. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Herman
Miss Bess Herman
Dr. and Mrs. William Hersh and Phyllis
Mr. Harry Hertz
Mr. H. Hirschfield
and Mrs. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Holtzman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Homovics
Walter E. Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hunter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan and Family
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Karlin
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kirkpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Kleber and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kolko and Family
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Kottler
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Kovarsky
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kram
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Krimsly
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Krum
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krnspir
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kusko
Mrs. P. J. LaFace
Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Latterman
Mrs. Florence Leff
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leiber and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Levenson and Allen
Mrs. Louis A. Levin
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levin
Mr. and Mrs. J. Levinson
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levitt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lincoff
Dr. and Mrs. H. Loikrec
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lowery
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Major
Mrs. Walter Malek
Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Mark
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marks
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Marks
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMurtry
and Mrs. Harry Miller
and Mrs. Morris L. Miller
W. J. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mogerman,
Roberta J. Murphy
Nancy, Ronna, and Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Nathan
Mr. Louis Nevins
Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Nicholson
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Osbon
Mr. and Mrs. Porter O'Shell
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ostroff and Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Palley
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Palmer
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
S. N. Papandreas
Alton B. Parker
Miss Elizabeth Pascuzzi
James J. Petrolias
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pleszko
Miss Sarah P
Mrs. Selma P
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Portis
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Prividy
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Prizent and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recht
Mrs. Ray Reinwasser
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reis
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reola
The Ringler Family
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Rodda
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rodda
Flo and Lou Rodgers
Mr. and Mrs. Morris I. Rosen
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob E. Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. George Rosenthal
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rosenthall
Mrs. Marie Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rubenstein and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sachs
Mr. and Mrs. William Saint-Vincent
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schaer
Dr. and Mrs. H. Z. Schmidt
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schomo
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schutte
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schwartz, Susie and
Mr. and Mrs. Yale Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sedlak
William J. Sheehan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shrager and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Max Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Small
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Snider
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Soltman and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Soltz and David
Mr. J. Soltz
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Soltz
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stein
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Stein
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Steiner
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stewart and Daughters
Mrs. A. Susser
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syna and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Wagner
Mrs. E. H. Wasmuth, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinberg
Mrs. Martin Weinberger
M. B. Weisberg
Chas. J. Welch
Robert J. Wood
Mrs. Harry Zeligman
Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Zelkowitz
Charles Boyer, Barber
Colfax Cut-Rate Pharmacy
Helen's Beauty Salon
House of Beauty
The Knit Mart
Mary Ann Beauty Salon
Pittsburgh Candy and Cigar Co.
Cnngmlztlrtlions 10 the Gmrlmtling C'!t1.f5f?,l'
5815 FORBES STREET
Presenting The Finest I n
Beauty C nlture
5826 FORBES STREET
Compliments 0 f
1728 MURRAY AVENUE
Superior Engraving Co
312 Boulevard of the Allies
214 N. Highland Avenue
235 Collins Avenue
W. Dillner Transfer Co
2748 WEST LIBERTY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 16, PA.
MOVING - local and long distance
PACKING - fine china, etc.
STORING - household goods
Expert Machinery Movers
601 MELWCJOD STREET
I'I'1'TsBU11GH 13, PA.
CAREFUI, IJIERSONAI. SUP12RvIs1oN
Oldest Catholic U nifuersizy in I'enmyl'wmiu
S 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 M of 5000 enrollment.
SOCIAL LIFE-Many fraternities, sororities, and professional asso-
ciations. Completely equipped Little Theatre and Student-operated
radio station, VVDUQ-FM.
LOCATION-Atop world-famous Golden Triangle in downtown Pitts-
burgh. Wlalking distance to three national railroads, shopping dis-
trict and first-run movies and plays. Single trolley or bus fares to
Address: DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
P1T'rsBURGH 19, PA.
Address the Registrar
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Nedian B'IIai B'rith
extend lzeerriest congratu-
lnfions to the grefinazing
class of 1952 and its
7h ROBERT MORRIS Shaw!
Business Law Secretarial
IIOTEL WILLIAM PENN 0 ATLANTIC I-0922 o PITTSBURGH I9. PM
Compliments of A Friend
ICTGRY A.Z.A. 595
The members of Victory A.Z.A. tithe this opportunity to
congratulate their graduating members and to 'wish
them the hest of everything in the future
ALVIN HOWARD FILIEDMAN
MARK B. GLADSTONIE
V ci I
The Members 0
Freedom A. Z. A.
extend congratulations and best 'wishes to the members 0 the
graduating classes and their graduating members
'F Armed Service
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For Efueryfhing in Rewarding
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TUMPSON AND COMPANY
705 PENN AVIQNULQ DOWNTOWN
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LOCAL - S'1'A'1'E - NATIONAL RES'I'AURAN'l' Assoc1A'1'1o1xs
639-41 SMITHFIILLD STRIf1If1T
PITTSBURGH 22, PA.
I Sigma au
extends sincere congralulazions to its graduating members
and the graduating classes of 1952
Tau Alpha Mu
extends best 'wishes to the graduating classes of 195 2
and congratulates its graduating ineinbers
IQONNA ANISH EILEEN REINWASSER
BEVERLY GoRDoN Lois SILVERMAN
BARBARA KAPLAN CONNIE SPIEGEL
JACKY KRAM Lois WEINBERGEI:
Jeanne's Dress Shop
5818 FORBES STREET
"Always the Smartest"
Monday, Wednesday, Friday--10-6
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday-10-9
JAckson 1-0249 jAckson 1-9925
WAT KI N S
5818 FORWARD AVENUE
M U R P H Y' S
AT WILKINS AVENUE
MOntrose 1-3387 - 88
Body Slzop Work
5816 FORBES STREET
"Next to the Bank"
Alpha Lambda Tau
extentls congratulations and
best 'wishes to
Graduating in june '52
2627 MURRAY AVENUE
Best Wishes from
.I21SOll,S Beauty Salon
5878 MURRAY AVENUE
,IAckson 1-1418 HAzel 1-6475
H artsock Pharmacy
612 TRENTON AVENUE
W'e, the Zllefnben' of
Delta Lambda Ph1
extend hetttfttest congratulations to the Wtentlvers o the
grttrlttating class and our own graduating ntembers
DAVID I-1AMIsURG - Kiski
Gamma Alpha Lambda
oxlomls congratulations to the grodouoling class of 1952
and to its own graduating members
Best Wi.vhe.r to zhe Clzzssaf of 1952
Famous for CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS and
SEAFOOD Prepared by our Outstanding Chef
5841 FORBES STREET
Regent Ph arm acv
Braddock and Hutchinson Avenuec
W. A. CARGO
5872 NORTHUMBERLAND ST.
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
315 BEVERLY ROAD
PITTSBURGH 16. PA.
Compliments 0 f
Best Ufishes I0 the Gmafuating Class of June 1952
1835 MURRAY AVENUE
4135 BRONVNSVILLE ROAD
extends best wishes and sincere eongratulettons to the
graduating class of 1952 and to its own
CLAIRE E. ARNOWITZ
PATRICIA S. FARBERSF
ANN LOIS GOLDSTEIN
MILDRED LOUISE KRAVI'FZ:':
SHIRLEY BEA PHILLIPS
PHYLLIS L. WAGNER
RACHEL ELAINE WOI.FSON
Sigma Delta Epsilon
fsxlenfis .Iiiirfere rongratulazioris to ils graduating 7I1f?777b8l'.Y
and the graduating classes of 1952
GEORGE A. KRAMER
PAUL S. KRAMER
DAVID S. MILTON
1709 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Compliments 0 f
Complete Insurance Service
1826 SHAW AVENUE
HAzel 1-2049 JAckson 1-0103
CEt1al' 1-8737 CEdar 1-9819 0116 Hour
C H AT EA U - - -
M CTO R SALES CLEANING PRESSING
BETTER USED CARS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Corner CHATEAU and
N. S., PITTSBURGH 33, PA.
4381 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
We call for and deliver.
Zeta Sigma Phi Sororit
extends .vinceresl congratulations to the graduating nlasses of 1952
and the graduating members
BERNICE BEGLER - june Class '52
PAYE CHosKY - January Class '52
FLORA GARZ - June Class '52, Peabody High
Alpha Sigma Tau
extends congratulations to the gmduafing classes
and ils own g1'!ZLfu!lli11g' members
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SQUIRT BUTTLING CO
200 IJENNISTON AVENUE
extend: tl! fongratulatiorts to the graduating flames of 195 2
and its twelve graduating rriemlnerr
BETTY LOU BERKOWIT
ANN DORIS GOLDSTEIN
"' anuary Class Of 1952
The Store of F riemily Service
5804 FORBES STREET
2024 MURRAY AVENUE
Complete line of school supplier
Hallmark cards, magazines,
small book-s, toys.
Open till 12:00 P.M. nightly
Harvey's Men's Shop
1707 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Tau Sigma Phi
extends sincere congratulations to the graduating classes of 1952
ant! its graduating tnefnbers
Sigma Omega Pi
wishes to extend its eongraznlazions zo the graduating classes
and lo ils graduating members
ANN IQLLEN NEVINS
I-I astings M arket
335 HASTINGS STREET
Prop. Vince Kownacki
For Quality Meats
at all Times
Daily 9-9 Sunday 10-3
Canadian Fur Co.
700 PENN AVENUE
Fine Flower Gifts
Afiielcler Sc Smith
1823 MURRAY AVENUE
Best Wishes to the
Gratlnating Class of 1952
5854 FORBES STREET
Plioto Supplies and Cameras
extentls its best wishes to the gratlnating class
and those fraternity graduates.
ALPHA DELTA CHI
ALPHA SIGMA TAU
DEL'I'A LAM BDA PIII
GAMMA PI-II ALPHA
PI TAU PI
SIGMA DEIQ'I'A EPSILON
Pi Tau Pi
exlends congrazalazfions and beszf 'wishes lo the members of zhe
graafnazin g classes and its graduating members
BYRON l11L1AsI1oF JAY NA'1'HAN
SHADY SIDE ACADEMY
LoUIs FRIEDMAN RICHARD ISAY
MYRON MARKE1, RICHARD THORPE
PENN HIGH SICHUUL
IRWIN HIGH SCHOOL
BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL
AN DU VER :XCADEM Y
Alpha Beta Xhi
extends its sincere congmzulalions to llze grmlualing classes
cmd its graduating members
MARY ALICE CADDY
VITTSHVRKQH 17, PA.
Canton Tea Garden
Special Canlonese Dishes
CHINESE FAMILY IBINNFRS
2205 MURRAY AVICNUIC
PITTSBURGH 17. PK.
S. S. KRESGE CO.
wishes to extend congratulations to the graduating ineinbers 0
the senior class and its own graduating nieinbers
Furniture Carpets Draperies
The Carlton Shop
5852 FORBES STREET
Dresses Suits Coats
5877 FORBES STREET
Lou Grande Joe Del Sole
Max "Motel" Steinberg
Beacon Barber Shop
"VVhere Serfviee is a Must"
Ladies' and Children's
Haircutting a Specialty
1915 MURRAY AVENUE
Wm. C. Zeiler Sc Son
PAINTERS - DECORATORS
1045 MULDOWNEY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 7, PA.
The Tlzeta Mu Sigma Sorority extends its congratulations
to its graduating rnenibers
KITTY Lou MADDOX
"' january Class
LOTTIE Gkoss - Honorary Member
ONE HOUR CLEANING
"Have Your Garments C leaned While Shopping or az Wof'1e"
6740 REYNOLDS STREET EM6fSKJl1 1-0424
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3614-36 HOUIJQVARIJ OF .-x1.1.1lf:s
Kappa Delta Beta
VVOULD LIKE TO EXTEND ITS
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952
Alpha Delta Chl
expresses eorzgraialatioris and aes! wishes io llze
graduating classes of 1952 am! parmaiarly
to its graduating members
FRUITS FLOWERS GIFTS
JOHN MCCLEMENTS INC.
338 SIXTH AVENUE IOLIVER BUILDINGJ, PITTSBURGH, PA.
SAUL I. ZEIDEN-GRaIIt 1-5675
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REAL ESTATE IN ALLRCHENY COUNTY
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2728 MURRAY AVENUE
Delta Chi Fraternity
'wishes success lo all 1952 graduales
ROGER H. AHLERS
ALAN E. DALBY
JAMES B. MILLER
WILLIAM L. NICIIOIAOR
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