Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Published jointly by the Seniors of
the January and june Classes of 1955
The Taylor Allderdice High School
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It is with sincere gratitude that the Journal Staff and
the graduating classes of 1955 join in dedicating this year-
book to the Parent-Teacher Association of Taylor Allder-
dice High School. The unselfish way in which the P.T.A.
members have given of their time and energy is an example
to all young people. We deeply appreciate the advantages
and opportunities which they have provided to Allderdice
students in the past, those given us during our years here,
and those which we are sure will come to future students.
Miss llurutliy Bwgiiixiii, Miss Yi-Ita K2llIlll'l', Miss lflimilu-tll liliiigciismilli, Mr. L'l1:u'lcs 'lf
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'ss Russ ll. Hartz, Miss HL-lun Hillarml, Miss Cutlicriiiu .X. :XlClJt'l'llHJli, Miss Nancy
mtgoliiery, Miss Mary O"l"1mlc, Miss Lucilli- H. l'z1ti'iL'k, Mrs. lilizalvctli Porter, Miss
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Miss Eleanor-Bardsley, Miss Louise B. Barthol, Miss Alice Berry, Miss Charlotte R.
Beachler, Mr. Morris Beck, Mr. Samuel Blitz, Miss Esther Geist, Miss Ann Kasnitz,
Mrs. Lois Michaels, Miss Bertha O. Mitchell, Mr. Norman VV. Mulgrave, Dr. Anna M.
Quattrocchi, Miss Leila H. Rupp. Mr. Nick Sarno, Miss Jessie M. VVhitel1ilI, Miss Beryl
Home Economics e
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Miss Florence Bechtel, Mrs. Margaret Bush, Mrs. Helen Frank-
enstein, Mrs. Betty Kane, Miss ,lc-anne Norris, Miss Pauline Turnbo
Miss Helen johnson, Mrs. Marie Mitchell, Miss Gertrude Oetting, Mrs. Carolyn Rector
Mr. Robert M. Colteryalm, Mr. Albert Davis, Mr. Irving A. Hyman, Mr. Joseph Nasta,
Mr. Alex Seipgal. Mr. August VVinterling
Mr. Edward Caye, Miss Catherine Folger, Mr. Harry Gathers, Mr. john Gretz, Miss
Elizabeth Hand, Miss Martha Jane Kunkle, Mr. Carl Maus, Miss Alice L. Phipps, Mr.
Ray R. Ralston, Mr. Daniel Spillane, Miss Edith May Starz, Mr. Robert C. Trumbull,
Miss Ethel F. Turner, Doctor VVesley J. Wagller
Mr. Roy F. Dietz, Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Mrs. Dorothy Jean Meyer, Mr. NValter B. Voyvodich
Miss Mary Allsliouse, Miss Eleanor Roland, Mr. Jolm lrwin, Mr. jzunes j. Klein, Miss
Esther Long, Mr. john McNcrtney, Miss Margaret Mercer, Mrs. Ellen Pitman, Mr. Claude
Sofield. Mr. Louis Weitzel
Mr. Lon H. Colborn, Miss Florence E. Graham, Mr. R. I. Hackett, Mr. Robert Irvin,
Miss Jane S. Johnston, Mr. Lawrence H, Norris, Mr. Herb Pfuhl, Mr. Santo lf. Sanfilippo,
Mrs. Nancy Snively, Mrs. Mae Weber Smith, Mr. Thomas Webster
Mrs. Clair Roy
Mrs. Myrtle Williamson
M rs. Alberta Henderson
Dr. I. E. Miller
Mrs. Mary Ann Eggert
Miss Ann O'Brien
Miss Isabel Mc.-Nllister
Mr. Charles E. Dietz
Letter to Future Seniors
As each senior class passes through the doors of Allderdice, it leaves be-
hind accomplishments, examples, contributions, and memories that may preserve
many names in the history of the school. We. the January class of 1955, like
to feel that we have done the same.
Our members grew up in an Atomic Age. Atomic spirit as well as energy
vibrated through our four years of high school. VVe were very aware of this.
It affected our education, ideas, and especially our characters. We were faced
with a future so broad in its horizon and so bewildering to eighteen-year-olds.
who were soon to be the leaders of the country. This we sometimes, perhaps
too often, used as an excuse for our actions.
VVe had a great passion for rhythm. speed. jazz, and sensationalism. All
these were a release for our energy, often a rebellion against the restrictions
of society. The older generation labeled us crazy mixed-up kids. VVe were
no more mixed-up than those seniors before us who had life and its responsi-
bilities thrust at them when they seemed to have just begun to anchor both
feet to the ground.
Our times were marked by television, cinerama motion pictures, stereo-
phonic sound. iet planes, hydrogen and atomic bombs, war, hot rods, and high
fashion. Seniors could be found gathered at the still popular drug stores. dis-
cussing anything from Korea. McCarthy. and Russia. to football scores. .Nudrey
Hepburn. and Marlon Brando.
Perhaps we were radical at times, we were out to make a name for our-
selves-to "Know Something. Do Something, lie Something." Our only hope
is that posterity will look back at us and realize the many good examples we
have set, and be the better for them.
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Dates to Remember
September 7, 1954-Officially we became 12A's.
September 9, 1954-2825 pupils were enrolled in T.A.H.S.
September 30, 1954-The journal Staff met for the first time.
1, 1954-Seniors attended the first assembly program of -the year.
5, 1954-Two senior girls appeared on WQED.
15, 1954-That famous Teachers Institute Day came.
18-20, 1954-Senior pictures were taken.
29, 1954-The senior committees were chosen.
November 20, 1954-The class "brains" took the Civic Club Test.
November 25-28, 1954-Thanksgiving vacation.
November 28, 1954-Seniors began working on their senior theme.
December 8-10, 1954-The january class play "Arsenic and Old Lace," was
December 22 and 23, 1954-Senior Themes were due.
December 24, 1954-january 2, 1955-Christmas Vacation.
january 3, 1955-Back to school-only 15 days left.
january 20, 1955-Seniors attended their class luncheon and honor assembly.
january 21, 1955-Senior Class Day and our last day of school was celebrated.
january 25, 1955Q'C0I11l11CI1CCl11CI1t rehearsals and our Senior Prom took place.
january 27, 1955-Commencement!
February 1, 1955-At last we become 12A's.
February 3, 1955-Allderdice enrollment reaches a record.
February 8, 1955-Senior class officers reign at first 12A assembly.
March 4. 1955-A Cappella Choir appeared on VVQED.
March 11, 1955-Pfhe.nomenal sum of 351041 raised by Allderdicians for the
March of Dimes.
March 19, 1955-"Students in the Know" took the Civic Club test.
March 25, 1955-Senior yearbook moves along.
April 7-11, 1955-Easter vacation.
April 23, 1955-'Work on senior themes started.
May 12, 1955-"Big Business" comes to visit our school.
May 24. 25, 26. 1955-Presentation of senior class play, "A Connecticut Yankee
in King Arthur's Court."
8. 1955-Here comes 'the "Al1derdice journal."
10, 1955-Senior luncheon and honor assembly.
13. 1955-1C1ass day-seniors take over.
14, 1955-Rehearsal for the big night.
21, 22, 1955-Commencement.
23, 1955-Seniors dance until dawn at their prom.
Januar Class Journal taff
Sponsor of Publications-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
Assistant Editor-in-Chief-Elvira Terney
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Janice Hirsch, Dick Jordan, Donald Malvin, Beverly Rosenthal, Carl Solomon, Marilyn
Williams, Elaine Wytiaz, Lois Young
June Class Journal Staff
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JUNE JOURNAL STAFF
PITTSBURGH HIGH SCHOOLS
Januar Class rganization
Vice President-Jack Rozen
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
Tuesday, january 25, 19553 Supper Room, Schenley Park Hotel
Brad Hunt and His Orchestra
JANUARY CLASS as ,D D, D D,
ROBERT ASH--Band 4: Drivers Club: Advanced Art: Senior
Scholastic Entry: Safety Poster Contest Entry: lntramural llasket-
ERNEST M. BAZZY--!Jistributive Education Class? l7I'lVl'l'S Clllhi
lland l: llletal Shop Foreman: Special Shop
DIANE S. BERKOWITZ-Honor Student: Co-chairman ol Senior
Class Prom: Dramatic English: Stage Manager and Assistant Di-
rector of Class Play: Homeroom President, 813 and 11.-X: Secretary,
SA: Student Council Representative, 7B-913: Cafeteria Staff: .lunior
Leaders: FN..-X.: 214 Assistant: College Club: Senior Discussion
Club: 'l'oday's Business Girls: junior Dramaties: Hall Patrol Cap-
tain: junior Glee Club: Secretary of Book Club: Secretary and
l"resident of F.T.A,: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award:
History Radio Broadcast: Fashion Show '52
JANET M. BEVERIDGE-Senior Class Social Connnittee: 'l'o-
day's Business Girls: Service Club: Advanced jewelry: Basketball
'53: Volley Ball '5Z: Softball '5-1: Shield Award, 75 Points
MILTON H. BLACK4Prom Committee: Dramatic English Class:
Class Play Cast: Pmook Club, Vice President: Physics Club: United
Nations Club: Drivers Club: Student Council Representative: Stu-
dent Federalist: Electric Shop Foreman: Swimming Team '51. '522
Intramural Swimming '51: lntramural Basketball '5-l: Orchestra 5:
All City junior Orchestra: Hall Staff: History Radio Programs
STANLEY BERNARD BLATT-Class Day Committee Chairman!
Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: College Club, Vice Presi-
dent: Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: Drivers Club: Band 3: Orches-
DAVID E. BOROSS-Intramural Basketball Championship Team!
Swimming: Wood Shop: jewelry Projects
SEYMOUR H. BRAUN-Dramatic English Class: Prom Coni-
mittee: College Club: Band -l: Class Play Cast
RUTH DENIELLE BREVERMAN- l'l'tll11 Committee: Hall Patrol!
F.N.A.: Travel Club: Hebrew Club: Cnitetl Nations Club: German
Club: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 1
RICHARD MELVIN CALLET- Hall Staff: Foreman of Print
Shop: Intramural Basketball '54
THELMA FAY COHEN-Class Day Committee: Hall Staff: l,i-
brary Representative: EN..-X., Secretary: Leader in Physical Educa-
tion, 7th Grade: Orchestra B, 7B-IZA: .Xdvaneed Foods: Gregg
Typing Award: Orchestra Concert Assembly: F.N.t-X. Award
SYRETTA ARLENE COHN-Class Day Committee: Hall Staff, I
Captain: Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: Honieroom Secretary, UK.
10A, 12Ag College Club: F.T.A.
tra 2: Metal Shop Foreman: Cross Country '53: junior Varsity
Basketball '52, '53: Intramural Basketball: Hoinerooin Vice Presi-
dent, 1113: Homerooni Secretary, 10A
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MERLE MARLENE COWEN-Future Nurses of America. Trea-
surer: Future Teachers of America: Library Staff: Class Day
Committee: Drivers Club: Today's Business Girls: Advanced Foods
KOLMAN MURRAY DIAMOND-Class Day Committee: Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: Homerooni President, IZA: Hall
Staff: Advanced Special Shop: Ford Industrial Art Awards Contest,
'53, 'S-1: Gold Pin Place Award, '54: lntramural Basketball, '54
LORNA JACQUELINE DUNNETTvSenior Student Council Presi-
dent: january Class Secretary: M.M.M,.. Secretary: .X.N.C., Presi-
dent: Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: journal Staff: 214
Service Group: Chorus 4: D..X.R. Award: Honor Student
JACK HENRY DYM-Class Gift Committee: Chess Club: College
Club: Hall Staff: Chorus 2, .l, -1: Male Glue Club: Special Shop
JEANIE Y. DYM -- Class Day Connnittee, Chairman: Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: journal Staff: Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer, IOB, l0A: Foreword Representative: .Xmeriean Red
Cross Council: Student Council: Publicity Committee: College Club:
F.T'..-X.: Senior Discussion Club: Special Dance, Manager: History
llroadcast: High Honor Student
JOANNE GRACE EGERMAN-journal Staff: Class Social Com-
mittee: Homeroom President, 10th Grade: Secretary of junior Stu-
Clent Council: Microscope Club: French Club Secretary: Special
Dance: Choir 5: Hockey Team '52: All City Chorale: Hall Staff:
Honlieroom Secretary and Treasurer: Civic Club Test: High Honor
FAY FEILER - journal Stalt, C iss h ommittu, L tlctuii
Staff: Student Council: Future Teachers of America: M.M.M.:
Senior Discussion Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Cnited Na-
tions Club: Future Nurses of America: College Club: Advanced
Home liconomics: junior Town Meeting of the Air: Community
Chest Speaker: Volley Rall, 'S0: Gregg Typing Awarcl: Honor
SARAH JANE FERSON-Garden Club, Secretary: Future Nurses
of America: Today's Business Girls: Drivers Club: Student Council.
Member-at-Large: Advanced Typing: Advanced Foods: Gregg'
Shorthand ,-Xward: Volley Ball. '51
GUIDO JOSEPH FRATANGELO f Homeroom President, l2:N:
Yice President, IIH: Hall Staff: Navy Band, Langley Point: Serv-
ice Haseball: United States Service Schools at Memphis, jackson-
ville, Philadelphia: United States Navy, Hawaii. Guam, Phillipines
LAUREL LEE FRIEDBERG-Prom Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9B: Treasurer, 9A: Foreword Representative, IOB: Hall Staff:
l.ibrary Staff: F.T.A.: F.N.tX.: Microscope Club: United Nations
Club: Choir l and 3: English Award, 9B
PAUL H. FREEDEL-Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Student Council, QA: Student Council Alternate, 10B-IZA: Travel
Club: Band l-4: Marching Hand: Hall Staff
DAVE FREEDMAN-Prom Committee: Drivers Club: Advanced
jewelry: .Xdvanced Special Shop Foreman
RONALD G. FUCHSfSenior Social Conunittee: lntrainural B:
MARY LAYOLA FUGE -f- Senior lllttllll Coinniittee: Hoineroi
Treasurer, 8th Grade: United Nations Club: Today's Busini
Girls: Hockey '50: Hasketball '52
HARRY A. GOLDSTEIN f-Honierooni Yice Pre:-idcnt, UA: Driv
Club: Metal Shop Foreman
FRANK M. GOLITZ - ltroni Connnittee: Honierooni Secreta
UR: Projection Club: Marching lland: lland 5
HARRIET LEE GORDON-Journal Staff: Foreu'oi'd Staff: D
matic English Class: Service Club: Cafeteria Staff: Honiero
Vice-President: Future Teachers of .Xinerical Flltllfc NUFSCS
America: Senior Discussion Club: lnteruiediate Discussion Ch
College Club: Drivers Club: Class Day Conunittee: Volley B:
Gregg Typing .Xu'ard: Television Program: Honor Student: S
MARK SAMUEL GORDON-Class Day Connnittecl llall Sta
College Club: .Xdvanced Metal Shop: Orchestra l, 2: Special Shi
Tntraniural llasketball: Suinnning: lntranniral llaskethall Capt
SARAH ELIZABETH GORDON-Main Office Assistant. l0,X-lZ.X2
.Xrlvanced Foods: Newspaper Staff at Gladstone: President of
Science Club at Gladstone: Representative to -lunior Historians of
XYestern Pennsylvania Convention, 9l3: Delegate to Ruhl Plane-
tarium Science Congress
MELVIN HOWARD GREEN--Senior Prom Committee: Fore-
word Representative, IOA: Student Council, 11B-ll,-X: Hall Staff:
Physics Club: College Club: Slide Rule Club: Discussion Club:
Microscope Club: Orchestra 5: All City Orchestra: lntranlural
Basketball: High Honor Student
JOEL GROTSTEIN-Co-Chairinan of l'roin Conunittee: journal
Staff: Hoineroom Treasurer. 9B: Homeroom Secretary, lZA: Stu-
dent Council, 1013: College Club: lntraxnural Basketball, 'Sl-'S-1:
Track l.etter, '5-1: State Championship Track Meet, '5-1: Honor
Student: All City Orchestra. '49, '50
MARSHALL GROSS--l2.X Social Conunittce: Dramatic linglish
Class: Class Play Cast: Senior Student Council: Hoinerooni
Treasurer, l2.fX: Csher Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Key Club, IZR:
Physics Club, llgX
BERNARD HALPERN4lSasketball: Hebrew Club
JUDITH HAZINAIZA Class Treasurer: Class Day Conunittee:
Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: Journal Staff: Foreword
Representative: Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief: Hall Staff: Stu-
dent Council Publicity Conunittee: Social Connnittee: lf.'l'.:X.: Sen-
ior Discussion Club: Special Dance: -lunior Dramatic Club: Gregg
Typing Award: Commencement Speaker: Civic Club Test: High
JANUARY CLASS-F: we C M
a was asa eeaa as as 1955 A
JANICE ARLENE HIRSCH-Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief:
journal Staff: Class Gift Committee: Dramatic Iinglisli Class:
Class Play Cast: Costume, Advertising, and Business Committees:
Senior Discussion Club: Future Teachers of America: M.M.M.:
Cafeteria Staff: Fashion Show, '52: Fashion Show Committee, '52:
Gregg Typing Aivarcl: D.iX.R, History Award: NVCAE History
Broadcast: Chorus l: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student: Pitt
CAROLYN JANE HOFFMAN-Senior Prom Committee: Publicity
Committee: Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Student Council, 10th
Grade: A.N.C.: Hall Staff: Library Staff: Chorus 5: Chorale: All
City Choir: Ensemble
RICHARD CARL JORDAN-Senior Class l'residcnt: journal Staff:
Senior Class Day Committee: Student Council, Social Committee:
Homeroom President, 9.-X. l0l3: Vice President, ll.-X-IZB: Hall Staff:
Junior Dramatic Club: Track '5-1: Volley Rall, Captain '5-1: Intra-
mural Basketball: Civic Club Test: Honor Student
TOMMY KACSUTAgProm Committee: Homcroom XCILYL'-i,I'L'Si4llf1ll,
IZB, IZA: Student Council, IIB: .Xdvanced Art: Scholastic Key
VVinner: Ii'nai R'rith Poster Contest: .X..-X..-X. Poster Contest: lnter-
national Art lfxchanee: lntramural llasketball, '53, '5-1: interna-
tional .-Xrt Television Program: High Honor Student
EDWARD H. KAYSER - Senior Prom Committee: .Ndvanced
Jewelry: Advanced Special Shop Foreman: Intramural Basket-
PHILIP W. IQEMP-Class Day Committee: Vice-President, IZB:
President ll:X Homeroom: Print Shop Foreman: Track '53, '54:
lntramural llasketball '53 '54
ROBERT A. KISS-Gift Committee Chairman: Chess Club, Col-
lege Club: Senior Discussion Club: Library Club: Stage Crew:
VVood Carving Club: Advanced Mechanical Drawing
RYNA ELAYNE KITMAN-Senior Social Committee Chairman:
Class Day Committee: Homeroom Treasurer, 9th-10th Grades:
Social Chairman, llth-12th Grades: Cafeteria Staff: Square Dance
Club: College Club: Teen-Age Rook Club: Intermediate Discussion
Club: United Nations Club: Chorus 5
ESTHER KOCHENDORFER-Distrihutive lidncation Class: Y-
Teens: Chorus -l: Basketball '5l: Mushball '52: Softball '52:
American Legion Award
BASIL KOPA-Orchestra 4: Prom Committee: Special Shop Fore-
man: Swimming Team '51, '52: A..'X.A. Safety Award
DONALD FRANCIS KREVOSH--Distributive Education Class:
Advanced Special Shop: Special Shop Foreman: Special VVood Shop
NANCY ANN KUBISAK-Dramatic English: Advertising Com-
mittee: Class Chaplain: Intermediate Discussion Club: Junior
Leaders: Senior Leaders: Fire Prevention Essay, Second Prize:
Civic Club Test: Television Show: Religious Education: High Honor
Student: Volley liall '53: Hockey '53: llaskethall '53
-K LLLLWLLLIJANUARY CLASS at as :L
ROBERT E. LIEBERUM-Prom Committee: I'Slacl4hoard Deco-
rating Committee: Homeroom Yice President, 911: 'l"reasurer, 9tX:
Secretarv. 1013: President, 1213: Advanced .'Xrt: Advanced Special
Shop: Safety Award: Intramural Sports '51, '52
CHARLES JOHN LIPTAK4Class Dav Committee: Homeroom
President. 11153: Conditioning Cluh: Swimming' '53, '5-I: Footlmall
'53, 'S-1: Track '5-1: Intramural llaslcethall
THOMAS JOHN LOCKATON--Senior Social Committee Chair-
man: I-Iomeroom Secretary: Suuare Dance Club: Foreman Special
Shop: Football '52-'5-1: Foethall Captain 'S-1: Athletic Letters
LEILA MADENBERG-Prom Committee: Foreword Representa-
tive: Student Council: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: Intermediate
Discussion Club: Teen-Age Book Club: College Cluh: Future
Teachers of America: Future Nurses of America, Vice President:
WCAE Panel Discussion: Honor Student
DONALD EDGAR MALVIN-journal Staff: Slide Rule Club:
Orchestra 1, 2: VVoodshop
GLORIA MARTON-Senior Gift Committee: Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer, IZA: 12B Homeroom President: Service Cluh: 21-l
Staff: Today's Business Girls, President: Gregg Typing Award:
Gregg Shorthand Award: Advanced Clothing: Fashion Show. '52:
All City Chorus. '50: Historian Convention Delegate, '50: Honor
WILLIAM KUZMA -- Prom Committee: HlJlIlL'l'lJll1Il lllaelchoard
Decorating Committee: Stage Crew, lllth Grade: Orchestra 3: Ad-
vanced Special Shop: Intramural Sports: Orchestra Concerts
LORRAINE LANTZMANfSoeial Committee: Hall Staff: Travel
Club, Vice President: IRNA.: Intermediate Discussion Cluh:
M.M.M.: Cnited Nations Cluh: Fashion Show
EARL PHILLIP LEEDER-Hall Staff: XYood Shop Foreman: .Ml-
vanced Jewelry: Special Shop
BARBARA ROSE LERNER--Class Iiift Committee: Ilall Staff:
Fixture Teachers of America: Future Nurses of .Xmeriea
HERBERT YALE LEVINE-Prom Committee: Iiomeroom Vice
President, lllth Grade: Forexrord Representative: Band 1. Z, 3:
,Iewelry Project: junior Varsity Football: Noah NYald Memorial
AUDREY JOAN LEVINSON--Dramatic lfnglisli Class: Class Play
Cast: Senior Social Committee: Foreword Representative: Cafe-
teria Staff Captain: Csher Staff: Bulletin Staff: United Nations
Clnh: Book Cluh: Future Nurses of .'XlllCl'IC1lI College Cluh: Fash-
ion Show '53, '5-I: .Xdvanced Sewing
na, , ., L,il?1.4.-1-i
C .. 1955 -
NATHAN LOUIS MARYN-Civic Club Test: Senior Social Com-
mittee: Cnited Nations Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Harmony Club: Orchestra 5, 4, 3. 2, I: All City
junior Orchestra: Orchestra Librarian: XYoodwind Quintet: Flute
Trio and Quartet: Wooclwin Trio: Honor Student
THOMAS N. MASTERS - Prom Committee: Gift Committee:
Homeroom Treasurer, 9.-X: Projection Club: Travel Club: Cnited
Nations Club: Microscope Club: Drivers Club: Chorus 3: Special
Shop lforeman: Intramural Swinnning: llasketball '53, '54
ALBERTA S. MAY-Gift Committee: llomeroom President, llltll
Grade: M.IXl.M, Club: .'X.N.C.: .-Xdvanced Foods: .Xmerican Legion
ANNA MARIE NADZAM -- Class Gift Committee, Chairman:
journal Staff, liclitor-in-Chief: Homeroom Secretary, 1013-ll.-X:
Student Council Representative, lll!-IZA: Student Council: M.M.M.,
Vice President: Library Staff: Fashion Show 'S.2: Hockey 'S2:
Basketball '52: Softball '5Z: Yolley Hall '53: Typing and Short-
hand Awards: High Honor Student
ALLAN ISAAC NESVISKY-Senior Social Committee: Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: Homeroom Vice President, 7A:
junior Student Council: Csher Staff: Hall Staff: junior Dramatic
Club: Orchestra 5. 3, Z: :Xll City Orchestra: Pittsburgh -lunior Sym-
phony Orchestra: J. Y. Football '52
IDA E. PAPPf'Senior Gift Connnittee: Homeroom Yice President.
9.'X: Student Council: Main Office Assistant: lfuture Teachers of
.Xmerica: College Club: .Xrlvanceml .Xrt: .Xdrancenl Sewing: .Xmeri-
can Legion .Xwartl
JOSEPH P. PARANAY-.Xdvanced Mechanical lJrau'i11,Q'
mg Axrard: Choir 1, 2, 3: Ha: 'et . l 'f..
STUART B. POLITO-al'rom Committee: Homeroom Secretary
llH: Vice President llA: Projection Club: Gardening' Club: Col-
lege Club: lntramural Basketball and SWlIllIllllll51
man: l'rint Shop
in M' in K ALBERTA M. RIDER-Senior Prom Committee: Student Council:
' 7 - T'oday's Business Girls: Cnited Nations Club: Carnegie Art Class-
' es: Fashion Show: Advanced Clothing: Hockey: Basketball: Yolley
up ,, v ' ' Ball
in iiiv 'Y DONALD J. RIZZO-Senior Class Day Committee: llrirers Club:
g l T ' J Metal Shop lforeman: Swinnning' 'Sl-'54: l'elnlsylvauia State Diving
l 'fi t Champion: .Xll .Xmerican High School Sklilllllllllgl' Team
PHYLLIS LEE PEARLMAN-Senior Class Day Committee: Ser-
vice Club: Advanced Shorthand: Today's l-lusiness Girls: Future
Nurses of .-Xmeriea, Secretary: ,lunior Discussion Club: Gregg Typ-
' ' ' sk b'1l 17
DONALD D. POORMAN-:Xrlvancerl hlewelry: Special Shop lfore-
JANUARY CLASSJ- E W at Hg
DONNA LEE ROGERSfSenior Prom Committee: Drivers Club:
Today's Business Girls: United Nations Club: .Xdvaneed Cooking:
Life Saving Class
MARILYN ROSENBERG-Senior Social Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, 7B: Bible Reader: Usher Staff: Book Club: Future
Nurses of America, President: College Club: Garden Club: Or-
chestra 1: junior Glee Club: Advanced Foods: Fashion Show
BEVERLY G. ROSENTHAL4Dramatic lfnglish Class, Class Play
Cast: journal Staff: Class Day Committee: Gregg Typing Award:
Gregg Shorthand Award: B'nai B'rith Art Award: Homeroom
Treasurer, IZB-IZA: Student Council Alternate: Cafeteria Staff:
Hall Patrol: 214 Typist: Intermediate Discussion Club: Today's
Business Girls, Treasurer: Drivers Club: Garden Club: Senior
l.uncheon Committee: Library Typist: History Radio Program:
Basketball '51: Honor Student
JACK H. ROZEN-Senior Class Vice President: Dramatic Eng-
lish Class: Class Play Cast: Homeroom President 713, IOB, llB,
l1A, IZB: Student Council Alternate: Foreword Representative 7B:
Hall Staff: College Club. President: Senior Discussion Club: Intra-
mural Basketball: Civic Test: History Radio Program: Special Shop
THOMAS LEE RUSH4Class Day Committee: Hall Staff: Special
Shop Foreman: lntramural Basketball
TINA AUDREY SAWCHAK 4 Distributive Education Class:
Homeroom Secretary, llth Grade: Homeroom Vice Presialent, lflth
Grade: A.N.C. Softball: Volley Ball '55
BARBARA ANN SCHWINNfSe11irl1' Social Committee: Lunch
Check Salesgirl: Today's Business Girls: Shorthand Club: Volley
Ball: Softball: Hockey: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Award
MORRIS EARL SEGAL-Senior Social Committee: Band 5: En-
tered Allderdice in IZA from Sehenley
SUZANNE MARIE SERVICE-Homeroom President, 9B: Vice
President, 9A: Chorus 5: Chorale: Choir Librarian: All City Choir:
Gregg Shorthand Award
DAVID H. SHIMP-Senior 'Prom Committee: Special Shop Fore-
MICHAEL SMITH-Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Class Day Committee: Homeroom Treasurer 7A: Secretary SB:
Vice President 9A: Hall Staff: College Club: Intramural Swim-
miif: Intramural Basketball
STEVEN SMITH-Class Day Committee: Foreword Representa-
tive, 7A: Band 1-5: Marching Band: Print Shop Foreman: Metal
Shop Foreman: Cross Country: Track '53: Varsity Swimming Team
'53-'55: lntramural Basketball: Varsity l.etter
SANFORD J. SMOLLER -- Football '51-'53: Track '5l: Captain
Intramural Basketball: Varsity Letter: Intramural Swimming
CARL BURTON SOLOMON - Journal Staff: Dramatic English
Class: Class Play Cast: Prom Committee: Student Council: Fore-
word Business Manager: Senior Discussion Club: Drivers Club:
Marching Rand: Hand Y: Civic Club Test' History Radio Program:
P.T.A. Drivers Club Program: Intramural Basketball: High Honor
AUDREY LEE SOLOMON-Dramatic linglish Class: Prom Com-
mittee: Hall Staff: Future Teachers of America: Future Nurses of
America: College Club: Teen-Age Hook Club: Junior Dramatic
Club: Special Dance 9B-IZA: Intermediate Discussion Club
JOHN WILLIAM SPIRNAK-Band IV-Y: Marching Rand: Spe-
cial Shop Foreman: Junior Varsity Football '5Z: Intramural Bas-
ELVIRA ANN TERNEY -- High Honor Student: Co-Editor ot'
Yearbook: Student Council Representative, 10B-IZA: Hospitality
Committee: Hall Staff Captain: Senior Luncheon Committee: Civic
Test: Daughters of American Revolution Award: Gerwig Unselfish
Service Award: Chamber of Commerce Essay Contest: Community
Newspaper Contest: Pa Pitt Gardening Contest: Homeroom Presi-
dent 7A, 8.-X: Homeroom Secretary 7B, SB. 9B
DAVID STANLEY WAYMAN-Microscope Club: Group A: Male
Chorus: Chorus 2, 3, 4: All City Choir: Pianist for All City Junior
High School Orchestra: D.A.R. History Award
at ,J 1. Z5
MARILYN CLAIRE WILLIAMS-Dramatic English Class: Class
Play, Costume Manager: Senior Social Committee: Journal Staff:
Homeroom President 9B, Vice President IZA: Foreword Repre-
sentative llA: Red Cross Council: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff:
Student Council: Intermediate Discussion Club: College Club:
Chorus 3, 4: All City Choir: Fashion Show: Junior Leaders: Volley
Ball: Softball: Basketball: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
THOMAS J. WILLIAMS-Senior Class Gift Connnittee: Student
Council 9A: Projection Club, President, llA: Chorus 3, 4, 5: Male
Chorus: A Choir: Junior Glee Club: Metal Shop Foreman: Ad-
vanced Special Shop: Intramural Swimming 'Sl
IVAN WOLFF-Band 5: Marching Band: Junior Varsity Basket-
ball: Intramural Basketball: Honor Student
ELAINE JUNE WYTIAZ-Journal Staff: Student Council Alter-
nate IZA: Library Staff: Service Club: .-X.N.C.: Volley Ball 'Sl:
Hockey '5Z: Gregg Typing Award: Church Choir: Secretary, Luther
League: Honor Student
LOIS MARILYN YOUNG-Senior Class Day Committee: Journal
Staff: Student Council Alternate: Cafeteria Staff: Bookroom Club:
Hall Staff: Foreword Representative. llth-12th Grades: Senior
Luncheon Committee: College Club: F.N.A.: Travel Club: F.T.A.:
Intermediate Discussion Club: Orchestra l, 3, -l, 5: Basketball '52,
'5.l: Honor Student
The January Class Graduates
THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1955
PRoCEss1oNAl.-Poinp and Circuinstance . ....,. .s.........,,.,,,.,A..,. ......., lf I gm'
Orchestra-VValter Voyvodich, Director
TNVOCATION ..,.,.A ...,.,,..s..................., ,........A.,.,....,,,.......,,....s......... D r . joseph Shapiro
Rabbi of Poale Zedeck Congregation
English Folk Song Suite ...,... ...,.,...........4...,...,,.....,.,.,i.. .... R . Vaughn Williams
PRESENTATION or FLow1-:Rs.,.. ..a,.r ,...,,. .,., i,..r.,.. .....,i.a j 1 1 n e Class, 1955
Mayer Selekman, June
Jack Rozen, January
TRUMPET SoLo-Polka Petite , ,.,.,...,.i.i. . ,.i.,.. ....,r.......... i.i, ...,.r,,.,..., . G 0 ldman
Mary Ann DeWaters, Accompanist
THE EVOLUTION OF THE PITTSBURGH HIGH SCHOOL
The First High School ...,...,.......,. ,.,...,.,. , ,. I ., ., , ,..... Judy Hazin
The High School Fifty Years I.ater .,... . ...., Joanne Egerman
The High School of Today ..,.,.
Outlook for the Future ..
America, the Iieantitnl. .....,.,.,.l...,,,..,.. . .... .,,........ . . .,.,.,.......4......,.......,,,.
O Holy Lords... ,.,. .. ....
A Cappella Choir-
CLASS GIFT .. .. ......., ,,., .,l..,,,., . , it
Richard Jordan, January
AU'l'HORl'ZATl0N OF DIPLOMAS ,
M ,l.,,.,,. TJ
.,... IX ancy Kuhisak
Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
. . 'Ianuary Class, 1955
Robert Mandell, -Iune
Miss Marie Saul
Associate Superintendent of Elementary Schools
lJRliSENTATION or ITIPLOMAS ......,...,...,..r,...,...,l.. ,, . Mr. ll. D. McClymoncls
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
Rl4:C1cssloNAI,w-Marcli of the Priests from "Athalia" . ., Mmzdvlxsolzu
January 27 ,.....,..
Senior Honor Rating
Jeanie Yorkin Dym
Joanne Grace Egerman
Melvin Howard Green
Janice Arlene Hirsch
Marilyn Claire William
Diane S. Berkowitz
Harriet Lee Gordon
Richard Carl jordan
Lois Marilyn Young
Nancy Ann Kubisak
Anna Marie Nadzam
jack H. Rozen
Carl Burton Solomon
Elvira Ann Terney
Gloria Viola Marton
Nathan Louis Maryn
Beverly G. Rosenthal
Elaine june Wytiaz
Room 220. ..
Room 160 .,
.....,....... .,.,..., M r. Joseph Thompson
.. Mr. Alex Seigal
Miss Olive Bowlin
Arsenic and Old Lace
AUDITORIUM--DECEMBER 8, 9, 10, 1954
Abby Brewster .,.. .
The Reverend Dr.
Teddy Brewster. .. .. .. .
Officer Brophy .
Officer O'Hara ,.., ..
Martha Brewster. ..
Elaine Harper ..,.. .
Mortimer Brewster. .
Mr, Gibbs ,.,,, .. .. .. .
Dr. Einstein .,.. .. ..
Mr. Witherspoon .
Baby Sitter .. ..
Judy Hazin, Audrey Levinson
. . .... ...Marshall Gross
.. ,,..,,.,. ,....... A lan Nesvisky
.. . .. .. . . ....,.. .. ,Stanley Blatt
. .. . . .. ,...,. .,,,........., C arl Solomon
. . . .. .Janice Hirsch, Lorna Dunnett
Jeanne Dym, Beverly Rosenthal
. .,,. . ..., ..,.. . .. .,... Milton Black
. .. .. .. ...Michael Smith
. ,...,.... ..., J ack Rosen
.. ..., ...... P aul Freedel
. Audrey Levinson
THE STUDENT STAFF
.. . . Diana Berkowitz
Stage Manager and Assistant Director .
Business and Advertising Managers
Costume Crew Chi
Make-up Crew Chief . .
Props Crew Chief. .. ..
Prompters .. ..
Stage Crew Chief
. ..Audrey Solomon, Harriet Gordon
. . . .... .. Marilyn Williams
.. .... . . . Audrey Solomon
A I . . . .... . ,, . .. ..... .. Harriet Gordon
Nancy Kubisak, Audrey Solomon
Stage Crew .... .. . Q . m..VJoel Robert..RAe'ich,WRowland Jones
Sponsor ....., .. . .... .. . .. .. .... .. .. . Miss Edith Finegold
Student Directors .. Miss Carolyn Sedey, Mr. William Young-Carnegie Tech
CLASS PLAY GROUP
DRAMATIC ENGLISH CLASS
Arsenic and Old Lace
Room 160 a
Teacher .,.......,.,. ,.....,4,..,....,, ........ M r .
President ..........,,,.,., ....A,,..,..,
Vice President ,....,,.,.,.,...,...,,...,.,. ..........
Secretary-Treasurer ............. ....4...,.,. ..,...,
Student Council Representative .,..... .... ..
Foreword Representative .. r................,........ .,,.
I remember, I remember
The school we we11t to when
VVe thought we'd never graduate
Until came theme and pen.
joseph C. Thompson
...... Robert Lieberum
Anna Marie Nadzam
The sun got up three hours too soon:
lt seemed too long a dayg
VVe didn't think we'd leave a tear
When time came to go away.
B011 Licbmfum-He was the president of our room,
With his personality he should boom.
Anna Mdi1'fiF N adzam-High honor student, editor of the
journal, activities galoi e
With a sweet personality besides, who could ask for more.
Gloria Marion-The treasurer who took care of all our money,
Was to our home room the perfect honey.
Jack S IYTVHCIW'-X!Vltl10l1t this fine musician our band wot
His personality, friends could not resist.
Bill Kuzma-A fine worker and good friend is beg
Head of 1saly's someday he'll be.
Harriet Gordon-Always peppy, always talking
Always running, never walking.
Tom Rush-Quiet and hard working,
I-Ie's always in the spotlight, never lurking.
Merle Cowen-Was a package oh, so neat,
And with that, she's also verv sweet.
ild not exist,
Ida Pappw-XVith her many talents, as drawing and such,
Is the reason we all liked her so much.
Donnie Rizzo-A great champion of the class of 1955,
In the future, we'll see him
in the Olympics makin
Fay Fcilere-A girl with a pony
Without her 160 could not
tail pretty and longg
Andrey Lrrzfmsovz-XV hose sense
VV hen she was in the room
of humor was a riot,
David W' aymcz-11-With his golden voice,
He was 160's very first choice.
Marilyn l'ViIIiam.r-All her nicknames, VVillie, Poozie,
Go to prove Marilyn was the most fair.
Tommy lfViIIia11z.r-He always knew just what to say,
VV ith all of us he had a way.
g a spectacular dive.
there wasn't any quiet.
jllllifl' llirsrlz-l'ier activities were known the whole school rounrl.
A hrighter girl was not to he found.
Hill IXyllf7tIiTlllS boy on hall patrol we always seeg
A fine policeman he's fated to he.
HlIl'I?lll'fl Li'l'lIf'l'-TlllS virl, Z1 Great nurse will he someclnv:
q ' as as v .
She s a prominent member of F.N.A.
lfurl l.v4'z1w'-lfarl's a hoy who's really tops,
In everything including shops.
.lllan .Yv,vz'1'sk.v-'l'l1e famous "Teclfly" in our play,
llis great portrayal fwe'll remeniher everyrlay.
Rolmrl l,t'd'fx'if!l' f'l'his jolly fellow just vz1n't he heat,
.-'X hoy people are always glad lo meet.
.'lllu'rfu .llay--'l'l1is quiet lass is truly :1 lriencl.
A helping hanrl she's always rezuly to lencl.
Fm' .Sit'l'T'il't'TTCJ l6O our Susie helongs.
She sings many beautiful songs.
fork IJKVIII--LlZlClilS often seen with many hooksg
He's quite a guy with such good looks.
Hwlvir' I,lui'iHlv1.lx friendly hoy, that's our l-lerh.
XYith that Cadillac hc-'cl hetter watch the curh.
First Row-Fay Feiler, Harriet Gordon, Merle Cowen, Bob Lieberum, Anna Marie
Nadzam, Audrey Levinson, Marilyn Williams, Janice Hirsch, Sarah Ferson
Second Row-Mr. joseph Thompson, Barbara Lerner, William Kuzma, William Kopa,
Allan Nesvisky, Ida Papp, Alberta May, Sue Service
Third Row-john Spirnak, Ivan Wolff, Thomas Williams, Donald Rizzo, Earl Leeder,
Jack Dym, David Wayman, Donald Malvin, Herbert Levine
Nancy Kubisale-A nice and friendly girl is our Nancy,
VVho's ready to aid any worthwhile fancy.
Sarah Iiwfson-As sweet and cute as a girl can be,
Our Sarah will go far you'll see.
Joanne Egc1'11zar1z--A wonderful person, a really true friend,
In the nursing profession, all ills she'll mend.
Donald PUOWIZUIZ--Cl16Cl'lfl1l and kind is Don, our boy,
To our room he adds much joy.
Ivan VV0lff-To Ivan we really should give a handy -
He's contributed much to the Allderdice band.
Donald Malvirii-Tliis physics student sure is bright:
With his brains he's sure to get along all right.
It was September-'54g
Our minds were all at ease,
As this semester fwe all knewj
Would surely be a breeze.
But fate just turned against usg
Our lives looked 'bleak and muddyg
Not only did we carry books,
We also had -to study.
Our homeroom teachers said in vain,
"It's nice to have you here
But do your work and graduateg
We don't want vou here next year."
The class play finally rolled aroundg
Each happy smiling face
.lust proved the greatness and success
Ot Arsenic and Old Lace.
Our friend Andrew Carnegie
Knew each l2A's fondest dream
Was now to se an A++
Upon his senior theme.
A bright ten-dav vacation
Filled us all with Christmas cheer:
And only four more weeks to go
In this-a brand new year.
The time passed rather quicklyg
Class day came with quite a bane.
Then Senior luncheon, honor day,
The prom with all the gang.
With tears of joy and sadness
And a mixed-up strange sensation.
VVe all have marched straight down the aisle
At last to graduation.
M ,:,- '- fdgdisi, ie
as e e ,,R00m 220 me eeeee as ei
Tezteliei '... , ., Nr. Alex Seigzll
l'1'esicle11t .. tiuiclu l1'1'ztta11gel1w
Vice Presicleut 1 Harry Golclstei11
Secretari ',.,. , 1 Syretta Cohn
'l'reasurer ., ,,,, . , ,. . .. , . ., Mzu'sl1z1ll Gross
Student Ctllllltnil lQl'lll'CSClllIlflVt' , Carl Solmiimi
lfurewunl Represeiitzttive , Luis Young
First Row-Jeanie Dym, Thomas Lockaton, Judy Hazin, Lois Young, Syretta Cohn,
Marshall Gross, Guido Fratangelo, Harry Goldstein, Carolyn Hoffman, Lorraine Lantz-
man, Ruth Breverman
Second Row-David Boross, Alberta Rider, Donna Rodgers, Mary Fuge, Barbara Schwinn,
Janet Beveridge, Robert Kiss, Stanley Blatt, Carl Solomon, Lorna Dunnett
Third Row-Morris Segal, Robert Ash, Philip Kemp, Richard jordan, Joseph Paranay,
Seymore Braun, Melvin Green
lhc-re s :1 5NV2lllll 111 220 who has ll crystal hull:
Nut only rlues he see :tml lmcmxv, lllll here he tells us itll.
,Xt sports 11111' Huh is quite Z1 whiz
One of the greatest guys there is.
-I .VXNIST BIEYIERIDGE
A May Queen with such pretty curls
ls one of 220's favorite girls.
A guy with at fzmiilizlr lace
XVZIS sturrecl ill .-Ir.w'111'r and Ula' I,11rr'.
.X fellow who shnulcl get at tmpliy
For l1is class play part :ls "ll1'11pl1y."
In sports our Dave ranks very high
For first place lIe will qualify.
A guy whois got just what it takes
Our Seymour never makes mistakes.
She always sports a friendly grin
And has a style that's sure to win.
SYR IETTA CO H N
A terrific gal with a winsome way
Who has a smile to start each day.
A sweeter girl could not he found
If we would search the whole world round.
Our Class Day Chairmanis on the gog
She's one of the nicest girls we know.
In Room 220 he does presideg
By all his rules we do abide.
A girl who's liked hy everyone
And has a certain knack for fun.
Of Room 220 he is veep,
Always on the job and never asleep.
A senior who is quite well-known-
A talent in music he has shown.
Poor Marshall Gross was in a rut
Until he got his new crew cut.
She excels in everything you can nameg
The Foreword Staff has brought her fame.
VVith eyes so hlue and a nightingale's voice
VVe all agree Carolyn is our first choice.
Light hlond hair. tall and slim,
Our IZA President's neat and trim.
Full of fun, lots of pep,
Phil is never out of step.
A guy who has a flare for art
In Room 220 he does his part.
LORRA I N E I .AN TZ MAN
A trim figure and a smile so sweet
A gal that really ean't be beat.
A swimmer with the speed of light
Keeps Room 220 happy and bright.
At football he is surely a prog
Our winning games to him we owe.
To Room 220 .loe is new
He quickly became "one of the crew."
Curly-topped and fancy-free
She is great we all agree.
DON NA ROGERS
Always cheerful, never blue,
A friend who will always see you through
MARILYN ROSENB ERG
VVith personality and a smile
She's ever laughing all the while.
BARBARA SCHVVIN N
Her hearty laugh is heard by all:
Our Barbara really is a doll. ,
Although our Morris joined us late.
220 really thinks he,s great.
A brown-eyed guy who's lots of fun,
I-lis humor is known to everyone.
A wonderful sport is this young lass,
Cooperative and willing in every class.
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Stanley lllatt , .
lack Roxen ,.
Bob Kiss ,
.lanice Hirsch .
Hill Kllllllil .
Pinky Levinson .
otables, but ot-Ables
-loel Grotsteiu A ,.
Merle Cowen A
Harriet Gordon .
Fay Feiler ., ,. ,.
Mike anfl Steve ,
resist a sailor suit
grow flowing raven tresses
wear a size 5 shoe
wear levis and an olrl shirt to
forget Mr. Snenalzo
wear a llitt clink
swim fin case he shoulcl go 5WllI1IlllIlg'il
be a Brewster Neverl
go to the cafeteria aucl be alone
tie a tie
clraw a straight line
poison the clean at Pitt with ehlerbej' "
get a "B" in lfuglisli
write less than 90 words a ininut
rlrive a car
stay serious about anything' fo
get two squeegees-no how
clance by Prom night
sing' any way but beautifully
be without Harriet and Fay
be without Merle and Fay
be without Harriet and Merle
be unable to do anything
be the Smith brothers fthey're
be anyborly's little boy
r very long
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Room 302 S W D
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First Row-Elaine Wytiaz, Thelma Cohen, Joel Grotstein, Ryna Kitman, Kolman Diamond,
Elvira Terney Beverly Rosenthal, Leila Madenberg, Audrey Solomon
Second Row-Sally Gordon, Richard Callet, Frank Golitz, Michael Smith, Ronald Fuchs,
Thomas Kacsuta, Thomas Masters, Edward Kayser, Phyllis Pear man
Third Row-Nathan Marvn, Stephen Smith, Mark Gordon, Sanford Smoller, Stuart Polito,
Jack Rozen, David Freedman, Paul Freedel, David Shimp
Kllss liownlx-f"'l'l1o11 ever my guirle, pl1ilosopl1e1' and l'l'lL'llfl.u
l.1-211.11 Rl.XIllCNl!lCRtle -Hliruocl things come i11 s111z1ll pz1ekz1ges."
SAl,l.x' liORIlUNAfi'SllCllL'C is golclenf'
lll.XNl-I ll1aR14o11'1'1'z -"'lillt'l'0 is Zl lezulei' zunong e1'e1'yo11e ol us."
SAN'1foR11 SNllll.l,lCRffUllC stzuuls like 11 Colossus."
Tom Nl 1' Xl.'XS'l'liRSff"lI is excellent to llllYK' Zl giants streiigtlif'
-IAVK liozlcx-'IX lllllll tl1z1t l1:1tl1 ll mint ol lJlll'1lSCS i11 l1is l11'z1i11."
KllI.Al.XN llirxmoximef-".Xet well your l32ll'l.n
S'1'1'.-xR'1' l'o1.1'1'o-f".X lllCl'l'y l1ez11't goes all tl1e clz1y.'
l,Xl'Rlil, l4iRllClJl5liRll7"ii6lltlCll'lCll prefer l1lon1les."
.X1111R11:Y SKJIIJXICJNYHlfflllll grave to guy. l1'o111 lively to se1'C1'1'."
X,x'1'11.XN BIARYN-""l'is Cflllkiltlllll lornis the Cllllllllllll 111i11cl."
lil.VlRA 'l'11RN1-:1'f"lioocl sense, wl1iel1 only is tlie gilt of ll6ZlYL'll.u
THELMA C0llENiufX witty woman is a treasure."
TOMMY KAXCSUTA-"Stl vast is art."
RICHARI3 CALLET-nixflllfll fruit of sense beneath."
BEVERLY ROSPINTHAl,f"SilC smiled and the shadows departed."
IEODIE KAYSER-"True wit is Nature to advantage dressed."
PHYLLIS PEARLMAN-"As full of spirit as the month of May."
RONALD Fl'L'IIS-iATl16 mildest manners with the bravest mind.
MARK GORIJON-".AI1Cl what he greatly thought he nobly dared."
Mirror of constant faith."
DAVE FREEDMAN-"XtVise to resolve and patient to perform."
FRANK GOl.ITZ-...All unextinguished laughter shakes the sky.'
STEVE AND RIIKI-I SMITH-"Good things come in pairs."
RYNA KITBIAN-"NO more was seen the human form divinef
PAUL FREEDEL-"How cautious are the wise."
DONALD KREVOSKY-'iSl3VC to no sect."
DAVE SHIMP-"Better late than never."
JOEL GROTSTEIN-i'Tl16 glory of a firm. capacious mind."
THE LIFE OF A SENIOR
After being a senior I have come to a conclusion,
A seniOr's life is minor confusion.
He thinks that it is indeed a pity
If he doesn't join at least one committee.
Is is also his duty to join the .lournal Staff or lingli
A senior's life is anything but sta-tie.
He belongs to other organizations, too,
Less than four just cannot do.
He feels himself a failure if by and by
He dOesn't make honor, preferably high.
All this time a senior must behave as a senior should.
fAnd everyone knows seniors are undeniably goodj
Oh. a senior's life is certainly mad-
Rut it's the best one that I've ever had!
sh 4 Dramatic
e ef Room 405
Teacher., . ,. . , ......,....., .. ,. .,,4.,. Mr. Howard Barnes
President ., .. , .,..,,.. Michael Ruyechau
Vice President., .. . ., .,,.. john Kocan
Secretary ., . ,.,. ., . ..... i . . , i ,Donald Serensky
Treasurer ,.., ,. , Carl Graper
Student Council Representative . Shirley liaden
Foreword Representative , .. , , ...,. , ,.,., .,.,, , .,i.. L ois Kranun
First Row-Georgia Mitchell, Roslyn Bergstein, Shirley Baden, Lois Kramm, Carol
Dudreck, Mr. Barnes, Marie Koch, Roberta Mitro, Eleanor Galayda, Theresa Stibrik
Second Row-David Jacobson, Mike Ruyechan, Don Serensky, Bernard Halpern, Sarrae
Labowitz, Ann Yancura, Tina Sawchak, Esther Kochendorfer, john Kocan, Carl Graper,
Small Picture-Marlene Moree, Candy Weber, Ken Jones, Barbara Bender
l will always look hack in the coming years
And hope that 405 students have succeeded in their careers:
XN'itl1 their pleasant dispositions and their winning ways,
They ean't help hut succeed in the future days.
Although, for the present time let's just see
lYhat these senior inemhers want to lie.
Our lmoy Carl didn't care lllllCll for niath and lmecs
Instead he looks forward to sailing the seas.
,Ionesy is a lmoy with a likeable grin:
The air force will lie lucky in getting hini.
United States Marine Corps is ,Iohn's choice alter graduationg
l.ater working as a restaurant manager will he his occupation.
lVlike's been the president ol our class
And will always rate high with each lad and lass.
His friendly way and big blue eyes
Will help make Don successful in all he tries.
Her pleasing smile and warm "hello"
Will get Shirley a job wherever she may go.
Here is a girl who can pose for any photographer
The only trouble is she wants to be a stenographer.
In Roslyn's future we foresee
That a Gimbel's buyer she will be.
Carol is a girl with much finesseg
Soon as a receptionist she'll win success.
ELEANOR GALAYDA '
Eleanor Galayda has chosen for her career
To work in a production office after graduation year.
If some shorthand and type you would like to know
See Marie, for as a secretary she will make dough.
Lois's beauty and charm are elatingg
As a model she will be very captivating.
Sarrae is a girl who wants to broaden her knowledge
So she will soon attend a business college.
People will soon be hearing Bobbie's voice,
For to be a telephone operator is her choice.
Quite attractive is our Marlene Moreeg
An airline hostess she'll someday be.
To serve her country is Theresa's first aim,
And with the marines she will gain her fame.
Success should certainly come her way
As a medical technician in the future day.
Among her classmates Ann really does rate
And should make some boy a charming mate.
Here's a fellow that we may say
Is just so nice in every way.
A fellow both friendly and true
Can't help succeed in all he may do.
XfVith that dimple and sweet smile,
For a nurse like ,Esther we would walk a mile.
The Air Force is included in this gal's plans.
VVith her pleasant ways she'll have many fans.
Now that we know what these members want to do
There is another person that we should introduce you to.
And that is Mr. Barnes, and it's not very hard
Always to hold him in the highest regard.
Thus to Mr. Barnes we give a salute
For his understanding there could be no substitute.
"I never do anything over the week-end but my English."-Phyllis Pearlman
"She's QMiss Ricldlel standing outside the door, there must be a tes-t."-Pinky
"See you at the library."-IZA English Class
"I've caught a sneak thrief."-Colman Diamond
L'Oh, a faker nature."-Allan Nesvisky
"There's a test tomorrow."-Ryna Kitman
"Get off that ladder and come down here."-Leila llfladenberg
"Tough guy !"-Dick Jordan
Examples of words suggesting sounds: "Snap, crackle, and pop l"-Carl Solomon
"I'm not in the mood for a speech today."-Jack Rozen
"1've got a job killing banana spiders in a fruit market."-Sandy Smoller
"Hit him, kick him, bite him. but d0n't block him."-Dramatic English Class
"XVell, do you want my dues, or don't you?"-Joel Grotstein
"Your feet are pointed frontward so you won't walk backwards."-Bob Kiss
"Wl1ere's your money?"-Beverly Rosenthal
"I can't see where the sound is coming from without my glasses on."-Alam
"Oh, I'l1 dielu-Diane Berkowitz
"You're ruining my suit." K'VVatch the material."-Kolman Diamond
"Charge"-flf you don't know, you should have seen the class playj
It should happen to me."-Judy Hazin
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CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
JUNE CLASSC: A me it C
JOHN ABBENANTE--lntrannn'al llasketball '52, '55: Special Shop
BARBARA Q. ABELSON-Foreu'ord Representative, 10th Grade:
Student Council Representative: I".T'..-X.: Program Chairman: Stu-
dent Council Social Committee, Chairman: Iforeword Art Staff:
Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: .lournal :Xrt Staff: Library Staff:
-lunior Dralnatics: Advanced Art: Program Chairman, 100 lfriends
of Art Exhibit: Delegate, 100 Friends of .Xrt Association: Second
Prize in 11'nai H'rith Annual .Xrt Contest: G1't-gg! Shorthand Award:
.. znl ' 2
Q Q' 'if 2:
g - t, Class Day Committee
RALPH ABRAMOVITZ-Drivers Club: Slide Rule Club: Hand l.
2. 3: Intramural Basketball '51, '52: Softball '5Z: Metal Shop l, 2:
Advanced Foreman IOP!-IZA: Hall Staff
RUBEN B. ABRAMOVITZ-German Club. Treasurer: Intermedi-
ate Discussion: Drivers Club: College Club: Band l-5: Marching
Band: Intramural Swimming '5l: lntrannn'al Basketball '51. '52.
'55: Band Concerts
JOANNE KATHERINE AIELLO-Senior Leaders Club, President
1213-IZA: Today's Business Girls: Gerwig Medal: .Xmerican Legion
Medal: Softball '5-li Hockey '5-I: llasketball Championship Team '55
JOSEPH VINCENT ALI--Publicity Committee: -lournal .Xrt Staff:
Phvsics Club: Band l: Intramural llaslsctballg .Xdvanced Art:
ELAINE CLAIRE AMDUR -junior Glee Club: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Cafeteria Staff: Cshers Staff: Intermediate Discussion
Club: Library Staff: Square Dance Club: College Club: ,lunior
Dramatic Club: Library Representative: F.T..-X.: Student Council:
Chorus 1, Z: Fashion Show '49, '54
MILLARD JASON AMDUR --- Student Council Representative:
Student Council Hospitality Committee. Chairman: Problems Com-
mittee: Senior Class Gift Conunittee: Intermediate Discussion Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Foreword Staff: Journal Staff: Ushers
Staff: Rand l-5: Marching Rand: All-City Band: Intramural
Basketball: Chamber of Commerce Award: VVinner In Allegheny
County Latin Contest: Gregg Typing Award: American Chemical
Society Test '54, '55: Qualitative Analysis Class: Library Staff:
Civic Club Test
SALLIE AMPEL-Student Council Hospitalitv Committee: Drivers
Club: Junior Dramatics Club: Orchestra 5: Basketball '52
MYRON APPLEBAUM-Student Council Representative: Fore-
word Representative: Square Dance Club, President: .Iunior Stu-
dent Council Problems Committee. Co-Cliairman: 12A Prom Com-
mittee: Hall Staff: Projection Club: Rand 4, 5: Marching Band
HAROLD EUGENE APPLEBYfNIicroscope Club: Varsity Club:
Cross Country Team '5-I: Track Team '55: Varsity Letter for Track
PATRICIA ANN BACKODE 'I'lUlIlt'l'lN!lIl Secretary: Ilasketball
'5.i: liylll .-Xwart
Physics TY l'ro,Q'ram: Scholastic .Xrt ,Xuarrls
rv 4 f on
SHIRLEY LOUISE BADEN - Student Council Representative:
Ilistributive Education: German Club: Y-Teens: Orchestra 1, Z: M
Library Staff V
REVA L. BALK-Student Council Representative: Foreword Repre-
sentative: .Xssistant Editor, journal Staff: Foreword Staff: Peri-
odicals Secretary: Senior Publicity Committee: Microscope Club: 'l"'i",,:,
intermediate Discussion Club: College Club: junior Red Cross: tg
Sewing Project for Football Uniforms: Tennis '50: Volley Hall '50: lzqbzbv
Fashion Show '52. '5-1: Csher Staff: Cafeteria Staff V5:'Es?":'jI :5 gg:
RAYMOND LOUIS BANKS-Photography Club: Intramural Bas-
ketball '53, '54, '55: Special Shop
OLGA H. BARDACH - Student Council Publicity Committee:
FTA.: Senior Discussion Club: Physics Club: Hall Staff: Senior
l.ife Saving: Y-'l'f'ens: lintered .Xllderdiee frizni Strong' Vincent
High School ui lllu
BARBARA LEE BENDER--llistrihutive lfducation Class: Student
Council Representative: junior and Senior l.ife Saving
Staff: Hall Staff: Fashion Show: Drivers Club
JUNE AUDREY BENNETTf--Foreword Representative
Council Representative: F.'l'..X,: l7.N.:X.: College Club:
Club: junior llramatics: ,lunior Glee Club: Cnited Natim
Intermediate Discussion: Square Dance Club
SANDRA RUTH BERGER,fl,ibrary lXLlJlkSklll1d.llNL', loreuoid
Representative: Hall Staff, llth, llth Grade: Teenage Book Club:
F.N..X.: l".T.A.: College Club: P.'l'..-X, Choral Reading Group
ROSLYN BERGSTEIN - llistributive Education Class: Library
Staff, 7.N: German Club, Vice President: Gregg Award
ANNE BERNSTEIN-Homeroom Secretary: Homeroom Treasurer:
Student Council Alternate: Library Representative: College Club:
M.M.M.: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: German Club: ,Xdvanced
WILLIAM BETTS-Senior Gift Committee: Varsity Club: llasket-
ball, Track '53, '54, '55: ,-Xdvanced jewelry: Outstanding T'raf'lt
Player: State Championship '53, '5-l, '55: tX.M..X. Champion: yX..XI'.
Champion: City Champion
CAMPBELL BEVERIDGE, JR.--I'lomeroom Vice President: ,Kd-
vanced Mechanical Drawing:
JOHN R. BICH-Homcroom Treasurer, 'Ill-9.-X: President Home'
room, lllll-NJA: Student Council lllll-l0,X: Choir lfllil-lIl,X: llanrl
IUH-10.X: Special Shop: VYood Shop: -lewelry
a JUNE CLASS
ETTA BIRKENFIELD - Travel Club. Vice President: Journal
Staff: Senior Social Committee: Student Council Social Connnittee:
F.T.A.: Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff: College Club: Senior Dis-
cussion: Modern Dance: Gregg Typing Award: Choral Reading
Group: Dance Programs: Foreword Representative
SAMUEL P. BLIMAN4Prcsident of Homeroom 9!X, l0A, IIA:
Vice President llA. IZR: Homeroom Secretary, l2iX: Senior Social
Committee: Hall Staff: Green Key: Usher Staff: Band l-5: Intra-
X lil mural Basketball, '50-'55: Swimming 'Sl
BURTON M. BLONSTEINf,Xssociate Editor, journal Staff: Class
Day Committee: Physics Club: Law Club: Csher Staff: Senior
Discussion: School Science Congress Medal: Student Council
DAVID ALAN BLUESTONEfStudent Council, NIR-llli: Senior
Discussion Club. .Nssistant Moderator: Student Council Social Com-
mittee: Senior Class Day Committee: Green Key: Intermediate Dis-
cussion: Stamp Club: Hand: Marching Rand: Qualitative Analysis
Class: Civic Club Test: Intramural Sports: junior Dramatic Club:
American Chemical Society Test
EVA MARIE BOOHER--Homeroom Secretary, 9B-9A: Gift Com-
mittee: Today's Business Girls: Cheerleaders: Service Club: Soft-
ball '52, '5-1: Pep Rallies: Letter Award: 214 Staff
LUCILLE VERNON BOOKER-Homeroom President: Y-Teens:
Student Council Member: Entered Allderdice in 12B
ROBERT BERNARD BOWYTZ -Homeroom Secretary 98: Stn-
dent Council Alternate, 10th Grade: Student Council Representative,
llth Grade: Law Club, President: Senior Gift Committee: Print
LEE E. BRANCH-United States A-Xrmy: Awards: Three Bronze
Stars. Korean Defense Ribbon, CNY. Ribbon, National Defense Rib-
bon, Syngman Rhee Citation, CLR.
ROBERTA ELAINE BRAND - Foreword Representative. 9th
Grade: Social Chairman of F.T.4X.: Student Council Hospitality
Cotntnittee: Senior Gift Committee: Journal Staff: Hall Staff:
M.M.M.: lntermediate and Senior Discussion: Junior and Senior
Leaders: Library Club: College Club: Junior Dramatics: Basketball
'52, '53: Hockey '53: Volley Ball '53: Civic Club Test: Usher Staff:
Law Club: Athletic Letter: Gregg Shorthand Award: Pitt Scholar-
JOHN I, BRAUMAN-Homeroom President, 9.5: Treasurer. IOB:
Student Council, 9A: Editor-in-Chief, Foreword: President junior
Student Council: President of Orchestra 5: Student Council Prob-
lems Committee: Prom Committee: Senior Discussion: Projection
Club: Qualitative Analysis Class: Delegate to Student Council
Convention 1952: American Chemical Society Test
MIRIAM ROCHELLE BROIDY - Foreword Representative, 9th
Grade: Senior Gift Committee: M.M.M.: Library Club: Drivers
Club: Girls Chorale: Chorus 1, 2, 3. 5: Choir Programs: Program
was A A A1955 A
KENNETH JAMES CALHOUN-Hoineroom President, IIA-IZA:
Homeroom Secretary, IIB: Senior Publicity Committee, Chairman:
Journal Staff: German Club: A Cappella Choir: Qualitative Analysis
Class: Squirrel Hill Community Club Award, 1949: American
CARL ERNEST CAMPBELL-Hoiueroom Decorations Connnittee:
junior Dramatics: Microscope Club: Metal Shop: Special Shop
SAMUEL D. CANCILLA-Homertnom Vice President, 93-9A: So-
cial Comniittec: Conditioning Club: l,atin Club: Football '52, '54g
JOHN D. CANTER--Homerooni President, 10th Grade: Intermedi-
ate Discussion, Moderator: junior Town Meeting' of the Air: Senior
Class Day Committee: Student Council Social Committee: Senior
Discussion: Microscope Club: journal Staff: Student Council:
D.A.R. History Award
GRETTA ANN CARLSON -- Hall Staff, Captainu: Senior.Proin
Committee: Y-Teens Club: Service Club: Cshers Staff: Cafeteria
Staff: Volley Ball '52: Softball '54
CLARK E. CARROLL-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade: Senior
Class Gift Committee: German Club: Slide Rule Club: Physics
Club: Second Place in A.C.S. Chemistry Test: Civic Club Test,
First Place: Second Place, State Math Test: First Place. Science
MARILYN LEE CASSIDY-Senior Social Committee, Chairman:
Homeroom Vice President, IOB-IOA: May Queen, 10A-IIA: F.N.A.,
Social Chairman: Dramatic English Class: Senior Student Council
Social Committee: F.T.A.: Cheerleaders: Cafeteria Staff: Usher
Staff: Softball '54: Hockey '52: Fashion Shows: Pep Rallies: Sew-
ing Project for Football Uniforms: F.T.A. Convention at Slippery
BARBARA ANN CECERE-Secretary-Treasurer of Homeroom:
Senior Social Committee: Y-Teens: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff:
Usher Staff: Softball '52: Advanced Foods: Safety Patrol Award
RONALD JOSEPH CHELKIS-Physics Club: Choral Reading for
P.T.A.: Senior Class Day Committee: Student Council Publicity
Committee: Dramatic English: Cheerleaders: Swimming Team
WILLIAM M. CLARK-Homeroom Secretary: Law Club: Basket-
ball '52, '53: Intramural Homerooin Basketball: Swimming Team
ANITA GAIL COHEN--Intermediate Discussion Club: Today's
Business Girls: Future Nurses of America: Hall Staff
CARL LEE COHEN-Homeroom Vice President. 9B, 9A, IZA:
Senior Prom Committee: College Club: Chess Club: Key Club:
Orchestra 4: Special Shop, Foreman: History Quiz. SA: Cheerlead-
ing' Letter: Law Club. Vice President
JUNE CLASS D as as
RICHARD JACK COHEN--Senior Class Day Committee. Chair-
man: Homeroom l'resident, VIE: Yice President. IZA: Student Coun-
cil Social Committee: Microscope Club: lnteriuediate Discussion
Club: College Club: lland 1-5: lntramural Sports: Csher Staff!
PATRICIA ANN COLNER4Today's Business Girls: Movie Chair'
man: Business Law Club: Y-Teens: Hockey '55: Yolley Ball '5-li
Soccer '53: Basketball '5-1: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff. Captain
SHOLOM DAVID COIVIAY-Prom Committee: German Club: ln-
termediate Discussion: Senior Discussion: Qualitative :Xnalysis
Class: Hand l-5: Marching Hand: Rand Concerts: XN'orlrl Affairs
Youth Forum: Prize in Duquesne Essay Contest
JOHN VICTOR CROOKS--.Xssistant Secretarv. ll Choir: Choir
2, 3. 4. 5: Choir Radio and TX' l'rog'rams: Metal Shop
BETTY JANE CURRYffl"oreuorcl Representative: 'l'owlay's liusi-
ness Girls: Hall Staff: lfsher Staff: .Xmerican Legion Citizenship
JANNETTE AMELIA CYRUS-Library Club: Chorus 3. -1, 5:
Basketball '53: Hockey '5S: Volley Hall '53: Choir l,l'UgT2'lll1SI
Fashion Show: Gregg Typing .Xward
GILBERT PAUL DAVIS--.Xlternate Student Council Representa-
tive: lilectric Shep Foreman: Qualitative Analysis: Student Council
Hospitality Conuuittee: Senior Class Publicity Committee: Senior
Discussion Club: Slide Rule Club: Projection Club: Intramural
Basketball: P.T..X. Choral Reading Group: American Chemical So-
ciety Test: American l.eg'ion .Xirardg Mathematics Test: Physics
TONY D. DeMATTEO -Class Day Committee: Special Shop Fore-
RONALD WILLIAM DeSTEIN--Cross Country 'F-l: Track '55:
.Xrt 8: Self-l'ortrait on .Xrt Television Show: Cross Country l.etter:
BETTY DEUTSCH--Homeroom Yice l'resiflent. Ull: Secretary.
7.'X. SA, OA: 1'resi1leut. STS: F.T.,X., Library Committee: Modern
Dance. lfxecutive Committee: Dance Prograins: Journal Staff.
Iiditor-in-Chief: Class Day Committee: Intermediate Discussion
Club: College Club: Foreword Staff: I".'l'..X. Choral Reading Group:
.Xmerican Legion Scholastic .Xward: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg
Sliortliand .-Xward: Hall Staff: Civic Club Test Nominee: Usher
Staff: Periodicals Secretary: Homeroom Senior Calendar Com-
HELEN M. DICKSONfHivmeroom Secretary. ll.iX: Secretary. l.i-
brary Staff. IZA: Senior Gift Committee: junior Discussion Club:
Fourth Period Hall Staff: Today's llusiness Girls: D..X.R. History
FRANCES JANE DIMLING -- Junior l.eaders Club. Secretary:
Senior Publicity Committee: Journal Art Staff: Soccer Team. '5ll:
Advanced Art: Pittsburgh Press Art .Xu'ard. lfirst Place: Scholastic
key K W K ,V Vfr Y
LAWRENCE VINCENT DiNARDO-Honleroom President, 9B:
Publicity Committee: Homeroom Basketball Team: Gymnastic Club:
Athletic Club: Swimming Awards
MARIANNA HELENA DiRUBBO-Student Council Representa-
tive: Basketball 'S-1: Hockey '52, '53: Volley Ball '52: Softball '53:
CAROL ANN DUDRECK-Foreword Representative: Homeroom
President, IZB-IZA: Homeroom Secretary, 10B-10A: Senior Social
Committee: Y-Teens: Distributive Education Class: Mushball:
Soccer: Basketball: Hockey: Volley Ball: Advanced Clothing:
CHARLES DUFFY-Honieroom President, l2B: Homeroom Secre-
tary, 9B-9A: Slide Rule Club: Journal Staff: Track '55: Intramural
Basketball '54, '55: Intramural Softball '5l: American Legion
Award: Civic Club Test
JOEL HARVEY DULBERG-Stage Crew, 10B-IZA: Special Shop,
MYRNA EDELSON-Senior Publicity Committee: Student Council
Publicity Committee: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Volley Ball
'5Z: Soccer '52: Fashion Show: Talent Show
EILEEN ROBERTA EISNER-M.M.M.: F.T.A.: College Club:
Drivers Club: Basketball '50, '5l: Advanced Clothing: Gregg Typing
Award: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff
MARLENE YVONNE ELINOW-Future Nurses of America: Red
Cross Club: Orchestra 5: Orchestra Programs: All City Orchestra:
JAMES LEE EMSWILLER-Homeroom Vice President, 11B-1lA:
Homeroom Secretary, 10B-l0A: Microscope Club: Varsity Club:
Football '52, '54: Special Shop Foreman: Parent-Teachers' Asso-
ciation Choral Reading Group: Football Letter
HOWARD SAMUEL ERD - Homeroom Vice President, 9B-9A:
College Club: Junior Varsity Football: Hall Staff: Library Staff:
Photography Club: Print Shop: Basketball: Swimming: Volley Ball:
gregg Typing Award: Goodwill Drive: Red Cross: March of Dimes
ELINOR JANE EVANS-Class Day Committee: A.N.C.: Today's
Business Girls: Library Staff: F..T.A.: Advanced Clothing: Fash-
ion Shows '53, 'S4: Sewing Project on Football Uniforms: History
Delegate to Stephen Foster Memorial Program
JACQLLELINE FAGADAW-Program Committee: Today's Busi-
ness Girls: College Club: Future Teachers of America: Drivers
Club: Basketball '53: Mushball '53, '54: Hockey: Essay Award
-JUNE CLASS-: c ,A
JUDY F. FASKOVV-Homeroinn 'Ii'reasurer, IIB: Secretary, lZA:
Civic Club Test: College Club Secretary: Choral Speaking: Asso-
ciate Editor, journal Staff: Senior Social Committee: Senior Dis-
cussion: Future Teachers of America: Special Dance: Fashion
Show: American Legion Award: Speaker for IN'lemorial and Thanks-
NANCY CAROL FIRST-Hoineroom President, 9II: Secretary, IZB:
Special Dance Manager: Student Council Problems Committee:
.Iunior Student Council Social Committee. Chairman: French Club:
Special Dance Programs: Hall Staff: Foreword Staff: journal
Staff: Civic Club Test
JACK M. FISCHER 4 Homeroom President: Senior Prom Com-
mittee: Chess Club: Key Club: tireen Key: Slide Rule: College
Club: Track 'S-1: Cross Country '55: junior Varsity: Golf '54, '55:
Mechanical Drawing: Band 5: Intramural Basketball Captain '53,
BARBARA LYNNE FISHER -- Student Council Representative:
Alternate in IIA: Foreword Representative: Law Club, Secretary:
Senior Publicity Committee: Student Council Social Committee:
F.T.A.: F.N.A.: Usher Staff: College Club: Advanced Art: junior
Chamber of Commerce Meeting, 'S-1: .lrcl Place, B'nai B'rith Story-
RONALD L. FLANSBAUM-Hospitality Committee: Class Day
Committee: Physics Club: Microscope Club: Garden Club: Travel
Club: Chess Club: Band -l, 5: Track '53: Class Day Program: Law
DAVID L. FLEMING-Student Council Alternate, 9.-X: Slide Rule
Club: Conditioning Club: Football '53: Iilectric Shop
ROBERT A. FOWLER-.-Xltcriiatt Studcnt Council Representative:
Athletic Representative: Square Dance Club: Microscope Club:
Usher Staff: Hall Staff: Electric Shop, Foreman: Auditorium Pro-
grams: Program at Mayview: Athletic Letter: Homeroom President.
IZA: Varsity Club: Intramural Basketball
STANLEY L. FRANZOSfPhvsics Club. Vice President: Inter-
mediate Discussion: College Club: German Club: Key Club: Dra-
matic English: Cheerleaders, Captain: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Orchestra 4: Metal Shop, Foreman: Letter Award
STUART BERNARD FREEDMAN-I-Iomeroom Social Chairman:
Green Key: Senior Discussion Club: Rand 3: Mechanical Drawing:
Swimming Team '52-'55: Track Team '5-I: Intramural Basketball:
Intramural Swimming: Senior Class Social Connnittee
BARBARA ENID FRIEDMAN4Student Council Publicity Com-
mittee: F.T.A.: Drivers Club: College Club: Choir 4: Advanced
ROCHELLE FRISHMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: I.i-
brary Representative, IZA: Senior Discussion: F.'I'.A.: F.N.,X.:
junior Y-Teens: College Club: United Nations Club: Orchestra l:
Volley Ball: junior Life Saving: Advanced jewelry: Advanced Sew-
ing: Project for Football Uniforms
ARLINE FROMM W Student Council Member-at-Large: Travel
Club, President: F.T.A.: College Club: Senior Discussion: Inter-
mecliate Discussion: Teen-Age Book Club: Modern Dance: Dance
Programs: Gregg Tvping Award: Fashion Show: Frick Choral
Reading: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Law Club: Library
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ELEANOR GALAYDA - Y-Teens: Hockey '53: Basketball '53
Advanced Home Economics: llistributive Education
ALOYSIUS M. GALLAGHER---Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade
Senior Social Committee
NORMA MARSHA GELMAN - lntermediate Discussion Club:
junior Dramatics: F.T.A.: F,N.A.: College Club: Fashion Show
'53, 'S-l: Sewing Project on Football Uniforms: United Nations:
junior l.ifesaving': Sewing Project for Teachers' Rest Room: Or-
chestra 1: Chorus l: Volley Ball 'Sl: Advanced Clothing: Today's
SARALEE GELMAN-Prom Committee: F.T'..'X.: Senior Discus-
sion Club: junior Discussion Club: Rook Club: Square Dance Club:
College Club: junior Dramatic Club: Art Award, Sli: Dramatic
English: Civic Club Test
MICHAEL L. GERBER-Homeroom Vice President, 9B: Fore-
word Representative, l0B: Student Council Publicity Committee:
Senior Discussion: Band 1-5: Marching Band: Cross Country:
Track: Qualitative Analysis Class: Civic Club Test: American
Chemical Society Test
SYLVIA GARFINKEL-Physics Club: F.T.A.: Slide Rule: Or'
chestra 2, 3. 4, 5: All City junior Orchestra: Mushball: Hockey'
FLORENCE GERSON-Foreword Representative, 9th Grade: Hall
Staff, Captain: F.T.A.: F.N.A.: College Club: Today's Business
JOSEPH ANTHONY GIANNETTA
LINDA JANE GIBSON-Homeroom Library Representative: jun-
ior Y-Teens: Student Library Staff: German Club: Today's Busi-
ness Girls: junior Glee Club
BONNIE SUE GIFFEN k Today's Business Girls: Y-Teens:
Hockey '54: Entered Allderdice in 11A
FRAN BETH GINSBERG-Homeroom Vice President, 9B: Home-
room Secretarv, 9A: Junior Red Cross: Majorettes: A Cappella
Choir: Choir Programs
JOHN D. GLUNT-Senior Gift Committee: Slide Rule Club: Track
'54, '5S: Advanced Mechanical Drawing: Entered Allderdice in lOl!
from Woodlawn junior High
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MARLENE GOLD -- Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9B-IOP-Z
President, ll.-X: Student Council, l2.-X: Dramatic Iinglish Class:
Senior Gift Committee: Intermediate Discussion Club: F.T.A.:
College Club: Hall Staff: Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff: American
Legion Award: Red Cross Campaign
NANCY CAROLE GOLDBERG - Science Club: Drivers Club:
M.M.M.: Microscope Club: F.N..X.: -lunior Discussion: junior Hook
Club: Orchestra 4
STANLEY Z. GOLDBERG--Social Committee, Chairman: Home-
room President, IZA: Homeroom Vice President, 9B-9A: Home-
rooin Secretary, llB: Student Council Social Committee: Kiwanis
Key Club: German Club: Physics Club: Varsity Club: Cheerleaders:
College Club: Hand l--l: Swimming Team, Captain: American
Legion Award: Varsity 'Letter
JAMES P. GOLDMAN-Senior Class Treasurer: Homeroom Presi-
dent, llI3-IZA: Senior Student Council Publicity Committee: Stu-
dent Council Representative: German Club: junior Discussion Club:
Green Key Club: College Club: Varsity Club: Intramural Basket-
bell '53-'55: Intramural Softball '52: Intramural Swimming '5-1:
Varsity Swimming Team '55: Usher Staff
HARVEY M. GOLDSTEIN-Prom Committee: College Club: Sen-
ior Discussion Club: Orchestra 4, 5: Orchestra Programs
HERBERT S. GOLDSTEIN-Class Day Committee: Slide Rule
Club: Track '54: lilectric and Mechanical Shops: Entered Allder-
MARILYN RUTH GOLDSTEIN I.l.N.1 F.N.A.: M.M.M.1 Serv-
ice Club: 'I'oday's Business Girls: junior Glee Club: Gregg Typing
Award: Hall Staff
ROBERT S. GOLOMB-Homeroom Secretarv. 9B: Treasurer, ltltli
Grade: Senior Social Committee: College Club: United Nations
Club: Hall Staff: Usher Staff: Orchestra 4: Intramural Sports
'52-'S5: Golf '54-'55
LEE STANLEY GOODMAN-Foreword Representative: Home-
rooin President, 9th-12th Grade: Special Shop Foreman: Green Kev:
Hall Staff: Senior Social Committee: Marching Band: Junior
Basketball '5Z: Usher Staff: College Club
ROBERT MORRIS GORDON-Foreword Representative: Student
Council: Physics Club, Treasurer: Publicity Committee: Hall Staff:
F.T.A.: Microscope Club: Senior Discussion: Intermediate Discus-
sion: Badminton Club: Stamp Club: United Nations: Rand l-5:
Intramural Sports: Qualitative Analysis Class: KQV Spelling Con-
test: Buhl Planetarium Science Fair
VALERIE NANCY GORDON - Homeroom President. 9th, llth
Grades: Foreword Representative: F.T.A., Secretary: Slide Rule
Club, Secretary: Student Council Publicity Committee: Senior Pub-
licity Committee: Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Badminton
Club: junior Dramatics' Strin uartet. Advanced Art' Dan I
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Programs: Talent Show, Pianist: Fashion Show: D.A.R. Honor
Escort: ,lournal Art Staff: Dramatic English Class: P.T'.A, Frick
RENA L. GORN-Class Day Committee: Student Council Repre-
sentative, 8th Grade: F.T.A.: College Club: junior Dramatics: Mod-
ern Dance: junior and Intermediate Discussion Clubs: Dramatic
English: Choir l: Fashion Show: Advanced Clothing: Dance
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THOMAS GEORGE GOSZTONYI-Student Council Treasurer:
Senior Discussion Club: Dramatic English Class: Chess Club:
Microscope Club: Physics Club: Hall Staff: Orchestra 4, 5: Civic
Club Test: Qualitative Analysis Class
GARY M. GRAHAM-Microscope Club: Square Dance Club: Me-
CARL A. GRAPER+Print Shop Projects: Typing Award: Dis-
AUDREY F. GRATTON-Gregg Typing Award: Advanced Sew-
ELSIE ROBERTA GRATTON-Homeroom Vice President, 9th
Grade: Service Club: Library Staff: Fashion Show: Library Stu-
dent Council Representative: American Legion Award, Sth Grade:
Safety Awards, Sth Grade: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand
RUTH B. GREEN-Travel Club, Treasurer: F.T'.A.: Intermediate
Discussion Club: United Nations Club: Junior Dramatics: Frick
P.T.A. Choral Reading: Law Club
GEORGE DAVIS GROSS-Honieroom Vice President: Physics
Club, President: Student Council Problems Committee: Publicity
Committee: Intermediate Discussion Club: Senior Discussion Club:
Representative in Latin Test: Treasurer, Junior Student Council:
journal Staff: Chess Club: Projection Club: Travel Club: Usher
Staff: Track 'S5: Cross Country '54: junior Varsity Basketball '53:
History Radio Program: Scholarship to Rensselaer Polytechnic In-
stitute: Qualitative Analysis Class
RUTH PEARL GROSS-Foreword Representative: Student Coun-
cil Alternate: Fashion Show: Red Cross Art: History Broadcast:
F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Col-
lege Club: Cafeteria Staff: F.N.A.: U.N. Club: Red Cross Club
RUTH L. GROSSMAN-Homeroom Treasurer: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Student Council Publicity Committee, Co-Chairman: Senior
Publicity Committee: Executive Committee: Intermediate and Senior
Discussion Clubs: German Club: F.T.A.: Journal Art Staff: Quali-
tative Analysis Class: Hall Staff: Modern Dance: Art Editor, Fore-
word: First Prize B'nai B'rith Art Contest '53, '54: Place in Scho-
lastic Contest '52
SANDRA LEE GUSKY-Honieroom Vice President: Student Coun-
cil, 10th Grade: Student Council Publicity Committee: journal Art
Staff: F.T'.A.: F.N.A.: Entre Nous Club: Intermediate Discussion
Club: Drivers Training Club: Special Dance: Cafeteria Staff: B'nai
B'ritl1 Essay Contest Winner: Delegate Childrens Theater Society,
'52: Senior Prom Committee: Journal Staff: College Club
GARY ALLON GUTMACHER-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
9th, 10th, llth Grades: Senior Publi-city Committee: Intermediate
Discussion: College Club: Senior Discussion: Track '52: Intramural
Basketball '51-'52: Scholastic Art Award: Art Displays
ALLAN VICTOR GUY - Projection Club: Slide Rule: Electric
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MELVIN ROY I-IACKMAN-Garden and Science Club: German
Club: Band 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball
E. CLIFFORD HARKNESS-Bookroom Staff: Square Dance Club:
Microscope Club: Conditioning Club: Intramural Basketball '53:
Student Council, 10B-10A
MARY BERNICE HARPER-Usher Staff: Orchestra 5: Chorus 4:
Hockey Championship, '54
SHIRLEY JEAN HARRIS4Red Cross Club: F.N.A.: Today's
JANET RUTH HAYDEN!Chorus 3, Secretary: Senior Leaders:
Senior Lifesaving: Chorale: Fashion Show: Shorthand Award:
Gregg Typing Award
FRANK R. HENRY-Square Dance Club: Gregg Typing Award:
Gregg Shorthand ,'Xn'zurd: lintercd Alldcrdice, 11A
IRENE F. HERTZ -- Foreword Representative, IZA: Hospitality
Committee: .N.N.C.: Majorettes: P.T'.A.: Drivers Club: Square
Dance Club: Hockey '52, '53. '5-l: Basketball '52, '53, '54: Volley
Ball '52, '53, '54: Mushball '52-'55
JOHN ALBERT HILE-Hoineroom Treasurer, 9B
MELVIN J. HINICH - journal Staff: Senior Discussion Club:
Physics Club: Model Airplane Club: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Orchestra 5: Woodwind Quintet: Pittsburgh Symphony Junior:
All City Senior Orchestra: American Chemical Society Test: Par-
ticipated in TV Programs with VVoodwind Quintet
SHIRLEY I-IOCHHAUSER-Student Council Representative: Li-
brary Staff: F.N.A.: 'l'oday's Business Girls
MARILYN B. HOFFMAN - Homeroom Vice President, 9B-9A:
Student Council Social Committee: lf.fl'.A.: College Club: Inter-
mediate Discussion Club: Senior Discussion Club: Cafeteria Staff:
Hall Staff: Advanced Sewing: Fashion Shows
SHIRLEY KAY HOFFMAN-Hall Staff: Drivers Club: Today's i '
Business Girls: Y-Teens: Advanced Foods t-.tw '-
JEFFREY STEPHEN HOHENSTEIN-Homeroom President, 913:
Homeroom Treasurer, 10133: College Club, Secretary: Square Dance
Club: Swimming '54, '55: Special Shop: Peaks of Progress Contest,
HARRIETT LOUISE HOLCOMB-Library Representative, 12th
Grade: Student Council .Xlternate: Class Day Committee: Y-Teens:
F.N.A.: Cafeteria Staff
DENNIS PAUL HOLTiFootball '5-l: American Legion Award
CAROLYN DIANE HOMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9tl1 Grade:
Homeroom Vice President, llB-1lA: Red Cross Club, Secretary:
Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary: Senior Leaders: Senior Life Saving: Softball
'52, '53, '54: Basketball '52, '5.3: Field Hockey '52, '53: Tennis '52, '53:
GLORIA RUTH HOURVITZ-Student Council Representative, 9th
Grade: Book Club: Student Council Problems Committee: Cafeteria
Staff: -lth Period Hall Staff
JOAN ANN HOWELL-Library Staff: Red Cross Club: Today's
Business Girls: Drivers Club: Student Office Staff: Volley Ball '52:
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ANITA HUBERT-F.T.A.: College Club: Junior Dramatics: Sen-
ior Discussion: Travel Club: Junior Glec Club: Chorus 1: Law
Club: Hall Staff
MARY LOUISE HUDSON - Drivers Club: Project on Football
Uniforms, '5-1: Advanced Sewing: Fashion Show
ANTIONETTE HURWITZ-Modern Dance Leader: Junior Dra-
maties Club: Advanced Cooking: Talent Shows: Modern Dance
Programs: Fashion Show: Gregg Typing Award
DAVID A. JACOBSON-Distributive Education Class: Foreman,
Advanced Special Shop: Advanced Metal Shop: Safety Patrol
JEAN JEFFRIES-Homeroom Vice President, IZR: Prom Com-
mittee: Fashion Show Committee: Square Dance Club: Today's
Business Girls: P.T.A. Drivers Training: Advanced Clothing:
Volley Ball '53, '54, '55: Basketball '53, '54: Hockey '54: Softball
'54, '55: Athletic Awards: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand
Award: Fashion Show
DOROTHY JANE JENKINS-Homeroom Secretary, 1113: Student
Council Representative: Y-Teens: Senior Publicity Committee: To-
day's Business Girls: Hockey '53, '5-1: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg
Shorthand Award: Hall Staff
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Club: Orchestra 1, 2
ELIZABETH ANN KATSUR-Junior Glee Club: Chorus 3, Chorus
5, Secretary: Publicity Committee: Robe Committee for Choir:
PT..-X.: Drivers Club: -lunior Leaders: United Nations: Chorus 1, 31
Chorale: .VN Choir: Choir Programs: KDKA Programs: VVQICD
Program: Sports .Xchievcincnt Award: Letter Award: Gregg Typing
Award: Mushball, Hockey, Soccer, Vollcy Ball, Basketball, Captain:
l.unch Check Cashier
WILLIAM S. KATZfStudent Council Representative: VVoodshop
Foreman: Prom Committee: Usher Staff: Intermediate Discussion:
Physics Club: Orchestra 4
ANDREW REGIS KELLY-etlerman Club: Hall Staff: Advanced
WILLIAM GRENES ICESTERSON-Clillditilllllllg Club: Itlicro-
scope Club: Projection Club: -lunior Varsity Football '52: Intra-
JANICE R. KLEIN4Senior Publicity Committee: Homeroom Sec-
retary, 101-3: Student Council Representative, 9A: German Club:
College Club: United Nations Club: F.T.A.: F.N.A.: Senior Dis-
cussion: Foreword Representative, 12th Grade: Hall Staff: Ad-
vanced Art: Red Cross Art Show
NORMAN E. KLEIN-Homeroom President, 9B: Homeroom Vice
President, llB: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 10th Grade: Key
Club, Secretary l1A, Treasurer lZB: Senior Publicity Committee:
Green Key, l0B: Intramural Basketball: Special Shop: Wood Shop
BETTY KLUCHMAN - Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 12th
Grade: Vice President, M.M.M., IZA: Student Council Hospitality
Committee: Senior Publicity Committee: College Club: Usher Staff:
Hall Staff: Chorus 1, 3, 4: B Choir Programs
Broadcast: Civic Club Test
BARBARA ANN JONES-Senior Class Day Committee I,ldlllit1L
English: FTA.: College Club: Entered Allderdiu in lll
KENNETH ROGER JONES'Conditioning Club Senior Publicitx
Committee: Drivers Club: Varsity Football '5-1: Track S
MARLENE B. JUDD-Homeroom Vice President Homcroom Su
retary-Treasurer: President, Vice President, Treasurer ot M N1 M
Senior Class Day Committee: Intermediate Discussion Club la T A
Foreword Staff: Editor-in-Chief of journal Staff Gicgg, Shorthxnd
Award: Gregg Typing Award: Periodicals Secretary Zl-1 Statt
Foreword Representative: Student Council Reprcstntativc Radio
DANIEL PHILLIP KACHMAN4-Garden Club, 'wccretxry Garmin
Club: Hall Staff: Orchestra l, Z, 3: SWlllllllll1KQ n
NORMAN KATZ-Homeroom Treasurer:
Chess C lub Badminton
RENEE ESTHER KATZ!Travel Club, Secretary Class Day Com
mittee: Hall Staff: FTA.: College Club:
Red Cross Club Inter
mediate Discussion: Modern Dance: 21-l Staff: Chorus 1 3 Dante
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JOHN MICHAEL KOCAN-Distributive Education: Vice Presi- I
dent ol Homeroomg Advanced XVood Shop
MARIE KOCH - Homeroom Treasurer. llth Grade: Homeroom
Secretary, 12th Grade: Distributive Education Class: Y-Teens: ?i'Efsfi
Fashion Show, 9:-X-IKM: Soccer: Hockey: Mushball: Basketball: "
JANET C. KOTCHEY-Httmeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Senior
Social Committee: Student Council Publicity Connnittee: Today's
Business Girls: Y-Teens: Microscope Club: F,N.A.: Hall Staff:
Student Council, 9th Grade
SHERRY ELAINE KRAFT-Camera Club: Chorus S, -l: All-Sports
'53-'55: Choir Programs: Cafeteria Staff
FRANCES S. KRAMERfSeeretary, A Orchestra: Class Day Coni-
mittee: F.T..-X.: Senior Discussion: String Quartet: Basketball:
Hockey: Concertmistress Pittsbur,e:h Youth Symphony: History Con-
vention: Orchestra 5: Civic Club Test
MORTON D. KRAMER'-Ol'k'lll'SIFIl 3: .-Xrlvaneetl XVood Shop
A :ms W as w
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LOIS M. KRAMM - Foreword Representative, 9th, llth Grades
Hoineroom Vice President, 12th Grade: Senior Social Committee
Y-Teens: Advanced Clothing: Fashion Show
HERBERT B. KRAVITZ-Homeroom President, 9th, lllth Grades
Green Key Club, President: Senior Social Committee: Hall Staff
Junior Discussion: Band 1, Z, 3: T . 'lc '54 '55
ketball: Varsity Basketball '55
JOSEPH A. KRENN-Football 'S-l: Advanced Jewelry
HOWARD KUBITZ-Law Club, Secretary: Journal Staff: College
SARRAE MARCIA LABOVfITZsGerman Club: Distributive Edu-
DOROTHY RUTH LANGER - President, Vice President Home-
room: Senior Discussion, Secretary: F.T..'X.: Physics Club: Prob-
lems Committee: IZA Gift Committee: Junior Dramatics: College
Club: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: Intramural Basketball '52
rat . .. : Junior Varsity Bas-
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LOUIS C. LASDAY-Homeroom Secretary, 9B: Key Club: Dra-
matic English: Publicity Committee, Student Council: junior Dis-
cussion: Senior Discussion: College Club: Law Club: Orchestra
Z, 3, 4, 5: lntramural Basketball '51
ESTHER IRIS LATTERMAN - Foreword Representative, IOB:
F. N. A., Social Chairman: Senior Gift Committee: Homeroom
Calendar Committee: lntermediate Discussion Club: College Club:
Badminton Club: F.T'.A.: Drivers Club: Lifesaving: Orchestra 3:
Basketball '5l: Softball '50: Volley Ball '50, '5l: Soccer '5l: Ad-
vanced Art: Majorctte Manager: Gregg Typing Award
LOIS BETH LAWRENCE-Senior Publicity Committee: Slide
Rule Club: Life Saving: Photography Club: Advanced Foods
JOSEPH THOMAS LAZO-Hall Staff
ARTHUR M. LEBOWITZ 5 Student Council Alternate: Travel
Club, Secretary: Student Council Publicity Committee: lntermedi-
ate Discussion Club: Usher Staff: Hall Staff: College Club: Band
1.2, 5, 4: lntramural Sports: Dramatic English Class: Posters for
ROBERT ALAN LEBOWITZ -Student Council Representative:
Chess Club, President: Chess Team '54, '55: Dramatic English:
Class Day Committee: Senior Discussion: Stamp Club: Orchestra
-lg Senior Discussion Radio Program: Captain, Champion Chess
BARBARA MAI LEE - Senior Class Day Committee: Today's
Business Girls: Service Club: Volley Ball '53: Mushball '54: Bas-
ketball '54: Hockey '54: Gregg Shorthand ,Nwardg Library Typist:
ROBERT RICHARD LENART - Social Committee: Basketball
Team: Varsity Club: Football '52, '55, '5-1: Track '5Z: Special Shop:
Fashion Show: D.:-X.R. liistory .Xu'ards: Optimist Award: Football
GERALD S. LESHER-Homertrom Vice President, 12th Grade:
Senior Class Day Committee: lland 5: Track '54, '55: Track Letter:
lntramural Basketball '52, '53, '5-l: XYood Shop: Print Shop: City
Track and Field Championship
SUSAN LOUISE LEVIN - Senior Class Publicity Committee:
lirench Club: M.M.M.: Foreword Staff: Modern Dance: Special
Dance: junior Dramatic Club: l7.T.:X.
MERLE BERNARD LEVINE-Drivers Club: German Club: Track
Team: lntramural Basketball: .Xccounting Convention at University
of Pittsburgh: Usher Staff
ROBER AL WINTER-Student Council, 9th Grade: Ger-
man Cl : l 'e 'lub: Usher Staff: Hall Staff: Band l, 2, 3, 4:
ln 'ui al sk all U, lll, ll, llth Grades: "Care" Affair
A, . 1955-.
JAMES H. LIBERMAN -- Hoinerooin Vice President, IZA: Co-
Business Manager journal Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Slide
Rule Club: Physics Club: Orchestra 3: Cross Country '5-l: Hall
Staff: Intramural Sports: Csher Staff: Track '55
MARSHALL WARREN LINDNERiHomeroom Vice President,
7th Grade: Secretary, Sth, 9th, lllth Grades: Treasurer, llth, 12th
Grades: Chess Club, Treasurer: Dramatic English: Foreword Staff:
Senior Publicity Committee: Student Council Hospitality Com-
mittee: lnterinediate Discussion Club: Microscope Club: Rook Club:
Orchestra l: All-City Orchestra: Intramural Sports
JUDITH RENEE M. LINTON-Foreword Representative, IZA:
Chorus -l, 3, Secretary: Prom Connnittee: Hall Staff: lntermediate
Discussion Club: College Club: F.T.,-X.: RNA.: junior Glee Club:
Choir l, 3, 4, 5: Girls Chorale: Choir Programs: Red Cross Club
MURRAY I. LITMANS-Student Council, QB: Homeroom Trea-
surer, ll:X: Senior Discussion Club: llliL'l'llll'CllRfC Discussion Club:
Library Staff: Foreword Staff: Qualitative Analysis Class: junior
Town Meeting' of the ,Xirg Harvard Book Prize: Civic Club Test:
Publicity Connnittee: XYorld Youth Forum
BEVERLY JO ANNE LOFTIN-P.T..iX. Drivers Club: Microscope
Club: M.lXl.M.: Basketball '5.i: Hockey '53
ROSE MARY LUCIAgSL'llltll' Social Committee: Cafeteria Staff:
T'oday's Business Girls' Drivers Club' Y Teens' So i '53 Fish
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ROBERT J. MCDERMOTT-Social Committee: Homeroom Trea-
surer, IZR: Conditioning Club: Squad Leader: Varsity Club: Foot-
ball '52, '53 '5-1: Volley Hall '55: Electric Shop
CHRISTINE McKEE-fHomerooin President, IZA: Y-Teens, Presi-
dent: Today's Business Girls: Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: Chorus Z
JAY MCKINLEY-lintered .Nllderdice 10th Grade
ELLEN SAGAR MCLAREN S Foreword Representative: Senior
Leaders, Vice President: Senior Social Committee: RTA. Drivers
Club: F.N.gX.: Y-Teens: Service Club: Rasketball Tournament:
ROBERT MADJARIC-Electric Shop, Foreman 4, 5, 6: Special
ROBERT WARREN MANDELL -- Class President: Homeroom
President, 9B. 9.-X. HB, 1lA: Student Treasurer: Student Council
Social Committee: Student Council: Dramatic English: Varsity
Club: Hand l-5: Football '54, '55: Track '53, '54, '55: junior Varsity
Basketball 'SZ: Choral Reading Group: Athletic Letters: Civic Club
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JUNE CLASS so E
NORMA DEAN MANN!Y-Teens, F.N..-X.
LAWRENCE MARLIN - Foreword Representative: Gift Com-
mittee: Physics Club: Special Shop
JAMES T. MARTIN-lintcred Allderdice from Central Catholic
High in l2B: Softball '54
ROSE L. MASKOWITZ-Presitleilt junior Leaders: Intermediate
Discussion: Senior Leaders: Drivers Club: Service Club: Hall
Staff: Orchestra 4: Basketball: Volley Ball '52, '53: Gregg Typing
JACK MASSOF-lntramural Basketball: Advanced Metal Shop
DOROTHY E. MATHOSfSecretary Homeroom, 9th Grade: Vice
President, l0th, llth Grades: M.M.M.: President Today's Business
Girls: Y-Teens: Chairman, Senior Prom Committee: A.N.C.: Serv-
ice Club: Special Dance Programs
SHERMA S. MAZER Service Club: Library Club: junior Glee
Club: 'l'oday's Business Girls: intermediate Discussion
MYRNA PHYLLIS MAZUR-Foreword Representative: Student
Council Hospitality Committee: Senior Gift Committee: F.T'.fX.:
Hall Staff: Cafeteria Staff: College Club: Senior Discussion: Fash-
ion Show: Gregg Shorthand Award
ROBERT I. MENDELSONAHtimeroom 'l'reasurer: Senior Social
Committee: Intermediate Discussion: Chess Club: Marching and
Concert Band: Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '55: Usher Staff:
4th Period Hall Staff
FRED S. MERVIS-College Club: Electric Shop l-4: 6th Period
Hall Staff: Usher Staff
MARILYN ANNE MEYERS - Homeroom Secretary, llB-llA:
F.N.A., Vice President: Microscope Club: M.M.M.: Foreword
Representative: Main Office Helper: Hockey '5Z: Radio Program.
SB: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
RHEDA LEE MEYERS-Treasurer M.M.M.: Senior Class Day
Committee: Modern Dance: Dramatic English: Square Dance:
Service Club: Secretary in 21-l: College Club: United Nations Club:
Senior Discussion: Chorus 5: Class Play Cast
MARSHA JEAN MILLER-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9th
Grade: M.M.M,, President: Program Chairman, United Nations
Club: Class Day Committee: College Club: Service Club: Chorus
1, 3, 4: All-City Choir '51
JOSEPH S. MINYO-Drivers Club: Hall Staff: Golf '55: Golf
Trophy: Metal Shop, Foreman: Special Shop
ESTHER JANET MISI-IELEVICI-I-Foreword Staff, Editor: Pub-
licity Committee: Junior Dramatic Club: Library Staff: F.T.A..
Corresponding Secretary: Senior Discussion: Basketball Tourna-
ment '5l: D.A.R. and S.A.R. Awards: Chamber of Commerce Essay
Contest. Second Prize: Journal Staff, Assistant Editor: Civic Club
Test: University of Pittsburgh Scholarship
ROBERTA MARIA MITRO-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade:
Distributive Education Class: May Queen Nominee, 10th Grade:
President of Y-Teens. '53: Hockey '52-'5-1: Softball '53, '5-1: Volley
Ball '53, '54
MARLENE V. MOREE-Distributive Education Class
ELAINE CAROL MORGAN-Student Council: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Library Representative: Student Council Social Com-
mittee: Prom Committee: College Club: Senior Discussion Club:
F.T.A.: Cafeteria Staff: Chorus 4. 5: P.T.A. Choral Reading Group
ELAYNE ANITA MORRIS-Gift Committee: F.l.A.: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Red Cross Council:
History Broadcasts: Civic Club Test: Hall Staff: Cafeteria Staff:
Journal Staff: Fashion Show: Foreword Staff: Betty Crocker Home-
GREGORY ALDEN MORRIS-Secretary of Senior Class: Home-
room President, Treasurer: Football '52-'55: 'Track '52, '53: Softball
'50, '5l: Soccer '50, '5l: Choral Speaking Group: Boxing Awards:
Athletic letters: Special Shop
INA S. MORRIS-Senior Discussion Club: Garden Club, President:
College Club, Treasurer: Prom Committee: Hall Staff: Cafeteria
Staff Substitute: Orchestra 3: Typing Award
DONALD EDWIN MOSS-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9th.
10th, llth, 12th Grades: Senior Publicity Committee: Chorus 3:
Track '52-'55: Volley Ball '55: First Prize, B'nai Blrith Art Contest
BEATRICE ROSE MULHOLLEN - Foreword Representative:
F.T.A., Social Committee: Senior Gift Committee: Microscope Club:
Junior Leaders: Intermediate Discussion Club: Senior Discussion
Club: Junior Red Cross: College Club: Basketball '54: Volley Ball
'5-1: Hockey '53: Soccer '5Z: Book Room Staff: Hall Staff: Usher
Staff: Law Club
ROBERT MULLEN - Homerooni Treasurer, Secretary: College
Club: Fourth Period Hall Staff: Intramural Swimming: Intramural
Basketball: Choral Speaking Group
JUNE CLASS g D D, S
CONSTANCE MARIE MUNIZZA - Homeroom Vice President.
IIB: Foreword Representative: 'l'oday's Business Girls: Cheer-
leaders: Hall Staff
SORRELL R. NAFT-Prom Committee: Junior Glee'Club: lnter-
mediate Discussion Club: Microscope Club: Cnited Nations Club:
College Club: Drivers Club: Chorus 2. 3, 4: Hall Staff: Intramural
JOSEPH H. NICHOL, JR.-Homeroom Secretary, l0B, UPA: Home-
room President, llA: Hall Staff: Male Chorus: Glee Club: A Choir,
Student Director: Track '53: Stephen Foster Memorial Program:
Choir Concerts: Swimming Ribbon
DAN O'BRIEN-Slide Rule Club: Science Club: Intramural Bas-
ketball '53-'55: Advanced Special Shop: Civic Club Test: Swim-
M. DAVID ODLE - Prom Committee: Intermediate Discussion
Club: Senior Discussion Club: Orchestra 5, junior All-City Or-
chestra: Senior All-City Orchestra: Pittsburgh Symphony, junior:
Orchestra Programs: PTA. Program
JUDITH OLBUM-Foreword Representative, 1lB, HA: Senior So-
cial Committee: Publicity Committee, Student Council: Problems
Committee, Student Council: FT.,-X.: Senior Discussion Club: Book
Club: College Club: Dramatic English: Hall Staff: Usher Staff:
Foreword Staff: Rasketba
Program: Civic Club Test
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LEO O'TOOLE -- Drivers Training Class:,RN'ood Shop: Special
JEANNE M. OTTO--Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer: M.M.M.,
Secretary: Y-Teens. Vice President: Prom Committee: .-N.N.C.: To-
day's Business Girls: Hockey '53, '5-l: Basketball 'SZ-'5-l: Volley
Ball '54: Mushball '53: Council Representative for Y-Teens
ALAN PAPERNICKfHomeroom Secretary. IZH-lZ.X: Travel Club:
College Club: Projection Club: Usher Staff: Orchestra 5: Junior
Basketball '52: Orchestra Programs: Delegate, American Historical
CAROL PARKER g Student Council Representative: Homeroom
President: junior Student Council, President: Problems Committee:
Book Club: F.T'.A.: College Club: Senior Discussion Club: Special
Dance Programs: Hall Staff, 913: Basketball '53
YVONNE PARKS - Senior Drivers: Hockey '52: Championship
Hockey '54 I
PATRICIA ANN PARRISH-Homeroom Vice President, IZA-IZH:
Student Council Social Committee: Class Day Committee: F.T.A.:
T.B.G.: Hall Staff: Senior Lifesaving: Advanced Foods: Basket-
ball: Volley Ball: Hockey: Softball
ll '52: Choral Reading Croup: History
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ARLENE R. PISANO-Homerooni Vice President, llB-ll."X: Hall
Patrol: Publicity Committee: Social Committee: Library Art Com-
mittee: Student Council Alternate, 10A-ll,-X: Advanced Art: Ad-
vanced Clothing: Fashion Show: Sewing Project for Football Uni-
LEONA S. PLOTKIN-Homeroom President, l0B-IOA: Homeroom
Vice President, 12.-X: Prom Committee: F.T.,-X.: Travel Club: Col-
lege Club: Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: junior Dra-
maties: Dramatic English Class: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: Bul-
letin Distribution: Attendance Chairman, F.T.A.
BARBARA MAE POAD-Social Committee: Usher Staff: Y-Teens:
Square Dance Club: Fashion Show: Fire Prevention Award, First
Prize: Basketball: Hockey: Softball: Intramural Basketball
FRED E. POORE -- Hoineroom President, 9B-llA: Homeroom
Treasurer, 1213: Gymnastic Club: Social Committee: Band 4. 5:
American Legion Award
LARRY RABINOWITZ-Homeroom Secretary, l0H: Vice Presi-
dent, IZB: President, 12.-X: Library Representative, IZB-IZA: Physics
Club: Slide Rule Club: Orchestra l, Z: Intramural Basketball, UB-
9A: Advanced Mechanical Drawing: Qualitative Analysis: Library
Staff: State Mathematics Test
CAROLE CATHLEEN REOLA - Y-Teens: Future Nurses of
America: Cnited Nations Club: Drivers Club: College Club: Fore-
word Representative: Usher Staff: Hall Staff. Captain: Basketball
'5Z: Volley Ball '55
JACQUELINE ANN RIBERICH llomciooni licasurcl, lodays
Business Girls: Y-Teens: Hall Staff: Softball '53: Basketball '53:
Volley Hall '5Z: Hockey '53: Fashion Show: May Queen Candidate,
CLAIR A. RIDER
ETHEL J. RINTZLER-Hoineroom Secretary, 9th, 10th Grades:
junior Discussion Club, Secretary: Prom Committee: journal Staff:
l".'l'..fX.: Modern Dance: junior Dramatics: Chorus l, -l, 5: Choir
Ensemble: Dance Programs: All-City Choir: College Club: P.T.A.
Frick Choral Reading: 214 Staff: Gregg Typing Award: Choir
JANET E. RINTZLER-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade:
Student Council Representative, l0-12th Grades: Student Council
Social Committee: Student Council Problems Committee: F.T.A.,
Program Committee: Senior Discussion: junior Discussion: College
Club: Dramatic English: Modern Dance: Student Council Orien-
tation Program: History Contest, Sth Grade: Frick Choral Read-
ing: Scholastic Key: D.A.R. History Award: Student Council Pro-
jects: Class Play Cast
HELENE ROBINSON - Library Representative: Hall Staff:
Drivers Club: Service Club: Gregg Shorthand Award
MARTHA RAY ROBINSON-Student Council Representative: IZA
Social Committee: Cheerleaders: Today's Business Girls: Y-Teens:
P.T.A. Drivers Training: Chorus 5: Choir Programs: Softball '53:
J UNE CLASS gags: A
ELAYNE JUDITH ROSEN-Dramatic English Class: Prom Com-
mittee: College Club: Typing Club: Foreword Staff: Library Staff:
Chorus 5: Girls Chorale: Cafeteria Staff: History Radio Program:
History Conference: Civic Club Test: Volley Ball, Basketball, Mush-
ball: Hockey '52-'55
ROBERT ROSEN- -IZA Social Committee: Green Key Club: Gar-
den Club: Radio Club: Hand 1, Z, 3: lflectric Shop Foreman
RONALD MARVIN ROSENBERGADrivers Club: Varsity Club:
Track '53, '54, '55: Advance Print Shop Foreman: Intramural Ras-
ketball: Track Letter: jewelry I, 2
MILLY ROSENTHAL-Homeroom Secretary, 9-lllth Grades: Dra-
matic English: Student Council Social Committee: F.T..'X.. Program
Committee: College Club: Senior Discussion Club: Special Dance:
Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: Fashion Show: Gregg
Typing Award: Class Play Cast
ROBERT ALLAN ROSENTHAL-Homeroom President, 9B, IOB,
IIB: Vice President, IOA: Green Key Club: Hall Staff: Inter-
mediate Discussion: Senior Discussion: Student Council: Usher
Staff: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball: Choral Speaking
GLORIA ANN ROSS -- Today's Business Girls: F.N.gX.: Field
BERNARD E. ROWAN, JR.-Student Council, IZA: Physics Club:
P.T.,-X.: Drivers Club: Track '54, '55: Basketball '53, '54: Intramural
SANDRA E. RUBEN f Publicity Committee: Cafeteria Staff:
F.N.A.: Red Cross Club: Chorus 3. 4: Talent Shows: Stephen Foster
BONNIE JANE RUBENSTEINfStndent Council Representative:
Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff: Senior Class Day Committee: Square
Dance Club: Girls Chorale: F.T.A.: United Nations Club: Chorus
3, 5: Choir Programs
ILENE S, RUBENSTEIN-Homer:nom Secretary, Treasurer, HB-
llA: Senior Social Committee: Intermediate Discussicn Club: Book
Club: College Club: FTA.: F.N.A.: Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff
BARBARA LEE RUBIN A Homeroom Vice President, 9l3-9A:
Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff, Captain: Senior Class Day Committee:
Hall Staff: Junior Dramatics: Intermediate Discussion: Red Cross
Council: College Club: Dramatic English Class: Modern Dance:
FTA.: Student Council Representative: Volley Ball: Mushball:
Civic Club Test
MICHAEL JAMES RUYECHAN-lJistributiye liducation Class
L L. :L L as M1955a was-as aaa -5
ROBERT SABLOWSKYf-Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Stu-
dent Council, 9th, 10th Grades: Class Day Committee: Junior Stu-
dent Council Social Committee: Green Key: Usher Staff: Chess
Club: Badminton Club: Lan' Club: Orchestra 1, 3. -1. 5: Chorus
4, 5: Manager Football Team '53: lntramural Volley Ball Team '5Z:
Orchestra and Choir Programs
MARGARET MARY SABO-Secretary F.N..-X.: Secretary Torlay's
Business Girls: Class Day Committee: Ushers Staff: Choirs l-5:
Girls Chorale l":IlSC11llJlL'I lntramural Basketball: Hockey: Softball:
Volley Ball '52-'55: Choir Programs
JACK SANDHAUS - Senior Social Committee: Garden Club:
Physics Club: Special Shop: VVood Shop
JOHN J. SCHAFER-Entered from Gladstone, 1013: Track 'lieam
'SSQ lntramural Basketball '5-l: .Xdvanccd Mechanical Drawing
LORRAINE Z. SCHAFFER---Iunior Glee Club: junior Y-Teens
Library Staff: Hall Staff: Chorus 2
BARBARA LEE SCHIFFMAN-Hall Staff: FNA.: 'I'oday's Busi-
ness Girls: Library Club
Student Council: Garden Club: Intra-
mural Hasketball '50: Metal Shop
STANLEY HOWARD SCHMIDT-Senior Gift Committee: Dis-
cussion Club: Square Dance Club: Hall Staff: Track '53: Golf '54:
Intramural Softball and Basketball
MARY ELIZABETH SCHREIBER - Hotneroonl Secretary, 11th
Grade: Y-Teens, Vice President: M.M.M.. Secretary: Senior Lead-
ers, Social Chairman: Gift Committee: Membership Committee of
Senior Leaders: A.N.C.: M.M.M.: Hockey '52-'54: Basketball '51-
'5-l: Volley Ball '52-'54: Fashion Show '51-'54
ELAINE AUDRY SCHWARTZ-Student Council Publicity Com-
mittee: Prom Committee: Red Cross Club: College Club: F.T.A.:
l7.N.A.: Intermediate Discussion: junior Dramatics: Cafeteria Staff:
Hall Staff: Ushering Staff: Library Staff
LORRY N. SCHWARTZ-Projection Club: Senior Discussion Club:
LYNN F. SCHWARTZ-Co-Chairman Gift Committee: Student
Council Hospitality Committee: Foreword Staff: Assistant Editor,
journal Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Qualitative
Analysis Class: Chorus l: Junior Town Meeting of the Air: VVest-
ern Pennsylvania Student Council Convention: Civic Club Test
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MELVIN A. SCHYVARTZ--Senior Class Gift Committee: Slide
Rule Club: German Club: Physics Club: Intramural Basketball
SHELDON GERALD SCHWARTZ-Travel Club: Secretary Pro-
SUSIE SCHWARTZ-lforeword Representative: Hoineroom Secre-
tary, llll: Homeroom President. llll: lntermediate lliscussion. Sec-
retary: F.'l'..'X.. President: Prom Committee: -Iunior Dramatics:
College Club: Senior Discussion: Special llance: Dance Programs:
Hall Staff: Usher Staff: 214 Staff: Delegate, F.'l'.i-X. Convention:
Homeroom Calendar Connnittee
LAURETTA SEGIEL-llomeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Foreword
Representative. lflth Grade: .'X.N.C.: Y-Teens: 'l'oday's Business
Girls: Hockey, 9th Grade: llasketball, lllth Grade: Volley llall, ltlth
MAYER W. SELEKMAN-Senior Class Vice President: Student
Treastirer: Homerooni President. lll.X-l2gX: President Slide Rule
Club: junior Town Meeting: Student Countil Social Committee:
Senior and lntermediate Discussion Clubs: Orchestra 3: I'.'ll.gX,
Program: VYorld Affairs Forum: Hall Staff: Dramatic linglish Class
URSULA I. SELIGMANN4Stuclent Council Representative, 108:
Foreword Representative, NR: Prom Committee: FN..-X.: l7.T.A.:
Intermediate Discussion Club: College Club: l'nited Nations Club:
Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Red Cross Club: .Xdvanced Sewing:
DONALD MICHAEL SERENSKY-llistributive liducation Class:
Special Shop, Foreman: Track '53: Cross Country '53
LORETTA MAE SHANOSKI -- Homeroom Vice President, 93:
junior Glee Club, Secretary: Class Day Committee: Choir l, 3, 4. 5:
Basketball '52: Volley Hall '5l: Talent Show: Hall Staff: l.aw Club:
'l'oday's Business Girls, Treasurer
BARBARA I-I. SHAPIRO--Htzmeroom l'resident: lforeword Repre-
sentative: Student Council Social Committee: l7.'li'..'X.: Modern
Dance: College Club: Choir 5: Choir l: Ensemble: Girls Chorale.
Soloist: Radio History Program: TV Choir Program: P.T.:X. Pro-
gram: Civic Club Test
BERT SHERMAN-Slide Rule Club: Advanced -Iewelry
ROBERT LOUIS SHOOK-Homeroom President, IUAL Student
Council Representative, llB-ll,-X: l7.'l'.A. Vice President: Prom
Committee: Student Council Social Committee: College Club: Usher
Staff: Swimming Team '54, '55: Vtlood Shop: Special Shop: Swim-
JASON LEE SHRINSKY -- Intermediate Discussion, Moderator:
Green Key, President: Social Committee, Student Council: Senior
Class Social Committee: Conditioning Club: Varsity Club: Law
Club: Band 1, 2, 3, -l, 5: Football '52-'5-1: Basketball 'Sl-'55: lntra-
mural Softball '52: Co-Captain, Basketball Team '55: Dramatic
C as ,L 1955A A.
AUDREY LOUISE SIGEL--lfourth Period Hall Staff: Lunch Check
and Candy Clerk: Alternate Frrrexrord and Student Council Repre-
sentative: Drivers Club: F.'l'.A.: Gregg: Typing Award
NORMA SILVERBLATT-Hrlmerooni Secretary, IOA, llll: l.ibr11rv
Representative, IZH: Senior Publicity Committee: junior Dramatic
Club: F.N..'X.: College Club: Physics Club: l7.'l'.:X.: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Cnited Nations Club: Choir 1, 3: Gregg Typing Awarrl
JOAN HARRIET SILVERMAN-College Club: Senior Class Day
Committee: Student Council Problems Conunittee: Student Council
Social Committee: Choir 1: F.T.,X.
CHARLOTTE E. SILVERSMITH--'Choir 5: Girls Chorale: liregg
Shorthand Award: Choir 5
RICHARD STUART SIMON-Foreword Representative: Honie-
room Secretary, 9th Grade: Viee President. 10th Grade: President.
llth Grade: Student Council Representative: German Club: Busi-
ness Manager, journal Staff: Intermediate Discussion: Marching
Band: Intramural Basketball, Softball, Volley Ball
SAUNDRA ELAINE SIMON-Senior Class Publieitv Committee:
F.T.A.: F.N,.-X.: junior Discussion Club: Advanced Clothing: Fash-
ion Show: Gregg Typing Axrard: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Staff
Eemrga Y 'tir if f 'Q
PATTI SMART' -l"orexrord Representativt, llll l , lrom on
mittee: Y-Teens: Today's llusiness Girls: Hockey 'SZ-'54: llasket-
ball '52-'5-l: Volley Hail '53, '54
MICHAEL NORMAN SOBEL-Student Couneil: Senior Publicity
Committee: Student Council Publicity Committee: Microscope Club:
Foreword Staff: Intermediate Discussion: Projection Club: journal
Staff: Hall Staff: Seholastie Photography .'Xward: Civic Club Test
BARBARA F. SPANGLERf-Homeroom Viee President, Ulrl, 9.4:
'l'oday's Business Girls. Treasurer: .-X.N.C.: l'.'l".A. Drivers Club:
Choir 3: Basketball: Hockey: Volley llall: Softball: Fashion Show'
DAVID SPITZER-lforew:ard Representative: Senior Gift Com-
mit-tee: Student Couneil l'ublicity Committee: Projection Club'
Drivers Club: Scholastic Art Awarrl: Hall Staff
STANLEY SPUNGEN-l'ublieity Committee: Physics Club: Choir
4. 5: Glee Club: Cross Country '5-l: Traelc '55: Metal Shop: VVood
Shop: TV Physics Program: I'.'l'.iX. Friek School Prograin: Track
WILMA JEAN STASCH-Homeroom Vice l"resiflent, 1l.X: A.N.C.:
'l"oday's Business Girls
'JUNE CLASS as 2, A
WILLIAM STEELE4Ht7lllCftltll1I Secretary, l2th Grade: intramural
Basketball '52, 'SSC Special Shop
DOROTHY MAE STENGER A Homeroom Vice l'resident, 9th
Grade: President, 12th Grade: Majorette Sergeant: Senior Class
Gift Committee: Y-Teens: Service Club: Softball: Home-room May
Queen, IOB: Fashion Show, 10B
JOHN STERLING - Senior Social Committee: Conditioning
Club: Choir 3, S: Intramural Basketball '54, '55: Special Shop:
Dramatic English: Choral Reading Group
FRANCES STERN-Foreword Representative: Homeroom Secre-
tary: German Club, President: Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.:
College Club: Choir: Dramatic English: Hall Staff
JOHN STEPHEN STEVENSON-Conditioning Club: lfootball '53,
'54: Basketball '53: Gerwig Award: American Legion Award
THERESA PAULA STIBRIK A Distributive Education Class:
Y-Teens: Fashion Show, 1
Volley Ball '52-'54
OA, llA: Hockey '52-'5-ll Softball '52, '53:
SALLY R STOVER umtroom l'residcnt, 9A-llA: Student
Council: Cafeteria Staff: Choir 5: Senior Class Day Committee?
Y-Teens: Girls Athletics '52-'5-l: Scholarship, Carnegie Tech
JEANNE S. STRAUSS-V-Choir 5: Entered Allderdice 12B
JEROME ZELIG STUTZ-I-lomeroom President, 9A: Senior llis-
cussion, Moderator: Class Publicity Committee: College Club: Chess
Club: Physical Education Club: Type Club: Choir 5: Cross Coun-
try '5-1: Intramural Basketball '52-'55: Volley Ball '52-'S-1: Sxvim-
ming '54: Dramatic English: Qualitative Analysis Class: Civic
ELIZABETH MARIE SUSTERIC-fHall Staff: Usher Staffl .Xs-
sistant in 214: Service Club: Y-Teens: Vollev Hall '52: Fashion
Show: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award
ROBERT TADDIGS4Microscope Club: Photography Club: Jewelry
GRETCHEN HELEN THEOBALD4Y-Teens: Today's Business
Girls: Library Staff: Advanced Cooking: Chorus Programs
CCC :C JC. se E E s.E1955
HELEN IRENE TKAC - Kl.fNl.M.: Y-Teens: 'l'oday's llusiness
Girls: Service Club: Gregg Typing .Xu'ard: :Xthletic qXxvard: Hall
DOLORES TOTH-Y-Teens: l7.N..-X.: Student Council Social Coin-
mittee: Prom Committee: A-Xnicrican Legion Award: llasketball '52-
'55: Hockcy '53: Yolley Hall '53-'55: Hall Patrol, Captain
GENE J. TYRNAUER-Class Day Committee: Discussion Club:
Yarsity Club: Football '55, 'S-ll Track TCHIII '52-'552 Dl'HIll21IiC E112-
BETH VERMAN-Chairman, lnterinediate Discussion Club: Stu-
dent Council Social Committee: Senior Prom Committee: l7.T'..X :
M.M.M.: Majorettes: Hall Staff: Cafeteria Staff: College Club:
Volley Ball '5Z: junior Leaders: Fashion Show: Athletic Award
ROBERT A. VERNER-Conditioning Club: Chairman Senior Gift
Committee: Football '52-'54
JANET ROWENE VERNON-Hoineroom 'l'reasurer, l.Z.X: French
Club: Usher Staff: Senior Prom Committee: Hall Patrol: Dramatic
English: Hockey '5.3: Softball '5.5: llasketball '53
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ROSALEEN ELIZABETH VERRONE-Sclyut Llub Xdytnt l
Foods: Shorthand Award: Hall Staff
ROSEANN VOLPE-Senior Gift Committee l W X rxtntec
Clothing: Fashion Show: Hall Staff: Lsher Staff
SANDRA LEE WAGNER-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Stu-
dent Council Publicity Committee: lladminton Club: junior l.ead-
ers: junior Drainatics: Senior Discussion Club: l7.'l'.pX.: Dramatic
linglisli: College Club: Student Council Representative: Modern
Dance: Fashion Show: Soccer: Yolley llall: llasketball: Dance
lJI'Ug'l'2il1lSQ Hall Staff: Gregg' Typing' .Xuard: Gregg' Shorthand
Awartl: Civic Club Test
MICHAEL EDWARD WALDTl"ltJlllL'l'Il41lll l'resident, 9th, lllth, llth
Grades: Senior Discussion Club, l'resident and Moderator: Prom
Committee, Chairman: Senior Student Council Committee, Chair-
man: Physics Club: Intramural Basketball: Softball: XN'ood Shop,
Foreman: Student Council Convention Delegate. '5-l: Dramatic ling'-
lish Class: Cheerleader '53, '5-1: Cheerleading Letter
ROCHELLE ILENE WALDMAN--Foreword Representative: IZA:
Senior Gift Committee: College Club: 'l',rrlay's llusiness Girls:
liuture Nurses of America
DONALD HERBERT WATZMAN-Senior Class Day Committee:
Chess Club: Hand l-5: Cross Country l.etter '53, '5-l: Track l.etter
'54, 'S5: junior AAC Vveight Lifting' Lhanipion '53: l'lacenicnt in
State Cross Country Meet
CANDY RUTH WEBER-Gregg' Typing Award: llaskctball '5-l:
SHELDON ALAN WEINSTEINfStudent Council Representative:
Homeroom Treasurer: Senior Social Committee: Intermediate Dis-
cussion: Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: College Club:
Orchestra R: Cross Country: Intramural Basketball, Swimming,
Track: junior Town Meeting of the .-Xir: Dramatic linglish: Hall
Staff: Lau' Club
MICHAEL CHARLES WEISBERG-Chess Club: Track '5-1355:
Cross Country '54
GRACE RITA WEISS-Foreword Representative, IZB: Homeroom
President, QA: Student Council Representative, 10.-X: Homeroom
Secretary, IZA: College Club, Treasurer: Student Council Problems
Committee: Senior Social Committee: Intermediate Discussion
Club: Senior Discussion Club: journal Staff: Special Dance: Hall
Staff: Future Teachers of America, Treasurer
PATTY ANN WEISS-Homeroom Treasurer: llomeroom Secre-
tary: Library Staff: lntcrmediate Discussion Club
SHIRLEY FAYE WEISS-Foreword Representative, 9th, 10th, 12th
Grades: Homeroom Secretary, 10th Grade: Homcroom Treasurer,
llth Grade: Student Council Representative, ll.'X: Senior Discus-
sion: F.T..-X,: A Choir: Hall Staff, Captain: junior Dramatics:
junior lllee Club: ,lunior Discussion: Chorus l, 3, 4, 5
SONDRA JANE WEISS-Future Nurses of America: Today's
Business Girls: Hall Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Fashion Show '52
FAITH JOANNE WERKSMAN-Student Council: Dramatic Club:
Intermediate Discussion Club: Future Nurses of America: Hall
Staff: llasketball '52: Hockey 'S3: Soccer '52: Volley Hall '53
ANNIE L. WHITAKER --- Student Council Representative, ll.tX1
Future Nurses of America: Historical Broadcast, '53
NANCY ANN WHITEHOUSE-llomeroom President, 1213: Trea-
surer, 9.'X: Today's Business Girls, President: Social Committee:
Y-Teens: Hall Staff: Usher Staff: Volley Ball: Basketball: Soft-
ball: Hockey: May Queen Nominee: Fashion Show
NELSON M. WHITMAN--Student Council Alternate: Microscope
Club: Orchestra 5: Orchestra i,l'Ug'1'1illlSQ Science Convention
DAVID G. WILLIAMS-Homerotun l'resident, llgX: Senior lirom
Committee: Slide Rule Club: Hall Staff: Cross Country '5-1: Soft-
ball '52: intramural llaskethall 'S-l: Track
JAN B. WINGARD--'Senior Social Committee: Microscope Club:
ARNOLD WINIKOFF w Physics Club: lntermcdiate Discussion
Club: Slide Rule Club: Travel Club: Orchestra Z
EILEEN WISEMANfl"l4.inerooin Secretary, 913: Vice President,
10155: Student Council Rtpresentative: lntermediate Discussion:
Square Dance Club: junior Dramatics: Senior Publicity Committee,
Chairman: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council President: journal
Staff: .-X Cappella Choir: Student Council Convention: Student
Council Social, Hospitality, and Problems Committees
ANN YANCURAflJistributive lfducation Class: Student Council
Alternate: Softball '5Z: Hockey 'SSQ Volley Ball '51: Basketball
Captain, '53: May Queen Candidate
LOREEN RAE ZAVOS-Homeroom Secretary, 9A: Treasurer,
IOA: Prom Committee: Student Council, Social Committee: journal
Staff, Assistant liditor: F.T'.A.: College Club: Intermediate Dis-
cussion: Senior gDiscussion: Modern Dance: junior Discussion:
Junior Dramatics: Fashion Show: Dance Programs: Talent Show:
Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards: Hall Staff: Periodicals Sec-
retary: P.T..-X. Friek Choral Reading: Usher Staff
SALLY ANN SMITH
MARY LOUISE KEREKES
Sally .-Xnn Smith and Mary Louise Kerekes completed their high
school course at home with a teacher appointed by the Board of
Education. This instructor tutored each girl for a half-day each
For perseverance under difficulties Sally .Nun and Marv Louise
are to be highly commended.
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Marion Bennett... . .
Mrs. Bennett ,.., . .. .
Clarence ..,.. ..,.,.... . . .
King Arthur ...,. .. ,...,..... ..
Merlin .,.....,,,... ....,..........,..
Queen Morgan Le Fay .,..
Elaine ,........ . ..,,......,,.r..
Sandy ,...,...... .. . .
Sir Sagramor .........
Sir Launcelot ..,...,..
Faculty Director ...,..
Tech Director ........
Production Assistant ....., .
Set Props ....... ..........,.......
Hand Props . ..... .
Publicity .. . .
Scenery .. ..
Prompters.. . . .
A Connecticut Yankee in KingArthur's Court"
.. .. Gene Tyrnauer, Mike Wald
Saralee Gelman, Milly Rosenthal
.. . .. .... Leona Plotkin, Elayne Rosen
Ronnie Chelkis, Marilyn Cassidy
. ..,. Judi Olbum, Sandra Wagner
.. ...... Louis Lasday, Robert Lebovitz
.......jerome Stutz, Mike Sobel
Arline Fromm, Janet Rintzler
Rheda Meyers, Marlene Gold
Janet Vernon, Rena Gorn
john Sterling, Jason Shrinsky
.,....Arthur Lebovitz, Sheldon Weinstein
Miss Edith Finegold
Miss Sarah Hailperin
Barbara Rubin, Marshall Lindner
. Robert Mandell
. . Mayer Selekman
.. ............ .............. R ichard Cohen
.. .. .. Valerie Gordon, Barbara jones
Frances Stern, Saralee Gelman, Milly Rosenthal
. ...........Thomas Gosztonyi
DRAMATIC ENGLISH CLASS
,May 24, 25, 26
June lass Honor tudents
Rena Lee Gorn
Teacher ......,. ...,.,,. lv liss Katherine Skarinski
President ,...,....... ...,,4..,,.,...,. I .arry Rabinovitz
Vice President .,..... ..,... R obert Rosenthal
Secretary ., .,... ......,..4...,.,........,.,,. ...,... M a rilyn Meyers
'Treasurer .,,...,.A.......,.4,.,.,..,..,.......... ,.,..,...... P atty VVeiss
Student Council Representative ..4,... ...,,. Robert Lebovitz
Foreword Representative i,....,.,.....,.. ...i,. R ochelle VValdman
The time is l965g
The airport is now quite alive:
Stepping through the large gateway,
Celebrities pass from day to day:
Glancing casually, one can name
Men and women headed for fame.
Brief case tucked firmly under his arm.
Is this handsome lawyer, full of charm . . . Robert Lebovitz
Autograph seekers are all on the run-
To catch this famous dancer, just can't be done . Rena Gorn
One cannot help staring with great admiration
At this air force pilot serving our nation . . . Bill Katz
Along with the magnaites of great industry
Is a most indispensable secretary . . . Shirley Hochhauser
How envious many a student would be
If this lovely French teacher they all could see Carol Parker
Seen carrying samples of her elegant work
From artistic duties she never would shirk . . . Barbara Fisher
Female glances are hard to conceal
From this talented actor with so much appeal Gene Tyrnauer
Leaving the terminal to rush out of tow11
Is a chain store owner of great renown . . Morton Kramer
Wearing an air of dignity,
And rightly proud, this new nurse should be . . Marilyn Meyers
His wrinkled brow is a sign, we find,
That this young lawyer has much on his mind . . . Jason Shrinsky
Here comes an accountant who's found many ways
To end people's troubles on income tax days . . . Robert Rosenthal
VVatching other people's money is just his speedg
For this popular accountant it's paid off, indeed . . . Norman Katz
Sitting-Carol Parker, Rena Gorn, Barbara Fisher, Etta Birkenfield, Faith Werksman
First Row-Lois Lawrence, Ruth Gross, Norma Silverblatt, Beth Verman, Saundra Simon,
John Stevenson, Judy Linton, William Katz, Miriam Broidy, Victor Crooks, Rochelle
Second Row-Morton Kramer, Valerie Gordon, Elaine Schwartz, Larry Rabinowitz,
Sheldon Schwartz, Eugene Tyrnauer, Robert Rosenthal, Merle Levine, Shirley Hoff-
man, Shirley Hochhauser, Dorothy jenkins
Third Row-Gregory Morris, Mayer Selekman, Burton Blonstein, Robert Bowytz, Frank
Henry, james Martin, Norman Katz, Robert Lebowitz, Robert Lenart, jason Shrinsky
llis hunk uf prosperitx' is hzlrcl to hicle-
.X Q'l'4lL'L'l'X' lmsiness he rims with prizle . . . Sheldon Schwartz
llis mime till the liwmt page is frequently seen!
.Xt plezuling his eases this lllXX'yt'l"S supreme . . .Bob Bowytz
l mvtiee from ltilfllllg' some top llllllllfillltlll
llei' jmirmtlistie works ure sweeping' the mttilm . . .Norma Silverblatt
lfztme :mtl gmnl lurtmie clirl mit pass him lmyp
This top chemical engineer is quite n guy . . . Larry Rabinowitz
.Xll eyes turn tuwztril :1 lovely miss
XX'huse lmezmty :tml tztlem have hruuglit her lmliss . . . Valerie Gordon
.X sure sign that teachers are nice as ever
ls this pretty miss, ll2ll'4lXX'U1'lilllQ' :mtl clever . . . Ruth Gross
The path he's pnverl lm' himsell mlnes seem
'IM he that ul im engineer lull ul esteem , . . Robert Lenart
iilimlwing' the lzlcltlei' ul lztme lllmelully
ls it mirse with Illlllllllllll :mrl sweet :ts ezm he . . Faith Werksman
.X leather in the eztp ul' this wtmrlerlul miss
XX'hu :ls fl velerinitrizlii hriiigs zmimstls lwlissl . . Patty Weiss
Her study of Home Ee will not go unused
In teaching or 'homemaking-which will she choose? . . . B. Verman
That man taking an empty seat
Is a million-dollar salesman who's hard to beat . . . Burt Blonstein
This young musician has no need to pout
For fame is his, of that I have no doubt . . . Victor Crooks
Hollywood scouts are in a flurryg
To catch this gal they'd better hurry . . . Saundra Simon
Stopping for coffee to rest for a while
A popular doctor greets all with a smile . . . Mayer Selekman
Beauty and brains, an unequaled duet.
Exhibited by a teacher you'll never forget . . . Elaine Schwartz
An attractive model can hardly hide
From admiring glances which she takes in her stride! . . .
This bov as a "Steno" is really great:
He could certainly be our Secretary of State . . . Frank Henry
Here is an athlete who plays any game:
For her there could only be luck and great fame . . . Carolyn Homan
Out on the field checking the props
Ts an airplane mechanic we all think is tops . . . James Martin
This girl's a secretary I'll venture to bet:
There never was a job she couldn't get . . . Dorothy Jenkins
Now getting around is a friendly guy
VVhose fame as an architect rose to the sky . . . Gregory Morris
A candidate for the Miss .flmerica contest
Our elementary teacher sure is best . . . Etta Birkenfield
In every way itis plain to see
This gal's a mighty competent secretary . . . Miriam Broidy
VVhen seeking flowers bright and gay
This gal will show you a charming array . . .Lois Lawrence
.Nlighting from a near-by plane
Is a fashion plate who's climbed to fame . . Shirley Hoffman
Looking prosperous in his line of work
Is this very friendly grocery store clerk . . John Stevenson
One would certainly not pass by
This lovely lady catching everyone's eye . . Judy Linton
Looking as busy as he can
Is this very important hvsiness man . . . Merle Levine
ueen Elizabeth? Court 356
First Row-Sallie Ampel, Ilene Rubenstein, Elayne Morris, Lynn Schwartz, Robert Men-
delson, Barbara Poad,. Lee Goodman, jimmy Liberman, Barbara Schiffman, Arlene
Pisano, Audrey Gratton
Second Row-Frances Dimling, Helen Tkac, Margie Sabo, jean Jeffries, Jannette Cyrus,
Yvonne Parks, joan Howell, Betty Kluchman, Jeanne Otto, Myrna Mazur, Antoinette
Hurwitz, Rheda Meyers
Third Row-Robert Shook, Sorrell Naft, Robert Sablowsky, john Bich, John Sterling,
Melvin Hinich, jack Massof, Howard Erd, Lorry Schwartz, Lawrence Marlin, Harvey
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l'i'esicle11t l,ce floocllnzul
Yire l,l'CSlClt'llt ,lzuncs l.lllCl'lll2l.ll
FL't'l't'l1ll'l' lizirlmztrzt Poztcl
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l7orr'wm'4l lqL'lll'CSt'lll2lllYt' , . xlllllll Klztziu
lll' strc tllc lzulics zmcl lmiglits of Qiicvii lflizzllmctlfs court.
You will lac ilmtmrliicccl to lmtli tlic long' zmrl tlu' sliort.
llut lmclort- lmowiiig czwli girl :tml gent.
Xlc-vt Qiwc-ii lilizztlwtli, tlxc most cnlinciit.
llc-1' plcaszliit smile- mztlqcs every clay seem lmriglitg
ln cvc'i'y nliil-stimi slit- livlps us see wliz1t's right.
,Xml now wt' wrmt tlic whole wiclc wurlrl to kiww.
Hur most SlllL't'l'L' tlizmlrs to licr wc owl-.
Um' royal artist, lllllflily may lwi' lzum- grow.
Stunt- rlzly slit- will lac' zuiotlici' lizliilslmmiigli.
AXNTUIN lC'l"l'li I Il'lQlYl'l'Z
Slice twirls 2lt'l'4lSS ilu' llooi' witli lorlu :mtl Ql'lll'l',
'I'lu' lull-nt ul this girl is lui' from coiiiiiioliplzwc.
ll! JXNUXRIJ lilill
llc-:ul lJI'lllll'l' ol ilu- pztlzm- is llowzxrrl l',I'fl.
lil tlic lmusy printsliop llis suggestions can lic llrzml.
.Xlclu-mist lxim has at lizmrl iii ci'cry imir.
ln rlzlilv fluzll rlzlss slic rates most liigli.
A lord whose mentality deserves our mention,
In future time, he will gain much attention.
Idol of the ladies is our John Bich,
That he'll look at them is the girls' great wish.
Bob represents our court in the poolg
As a swimmer he is real, real cool.
Da1ne A.udrey's personality can never be heat,
To be her friend is a wonderful treat.
Sally rates with every boy:
Her life at Allderdice she must enjoy.
The majestic car dealer at present is Jack,
For selling the autos he'll always have a knack.
Every morning she helps at MMMg
Jeanne is really such a royal gem.
As the queen's first thane, he is the bestg
VVith sense of humor, he is blest.
To be an accountant is his desire:
He'll soon earn enough to retire.
The records are kept by Barbara Poad:
She takes all notes in her shorthand code.
Here is Mickey, a seamstress supreme:
She sews so well, her clothes are a dream.
The greatest thespian of court 356,
VVith many people she knows how to mix.
Lady Ilene is our beauty proud:
To find her, search in the midst of the crowd.
As regal doctor he will excel,
Tall. silent Larry no one can parallel.
The queen's top jester, long may he rate,
Although every day he straggles in late.
As princely exchequer, our Bobby heads the rank
XVhen asking for money, he's always so frank.
S' ' ' " lv lic lannette'
Smger supreme is me 1 c A ,
Her voice is outstanding, in solo or duet.
The queen's prime minister, Lee Goodman is here,
He is known as a leader in all the hemisphere.
Betty is placed as the courtly nurse,
Soon her skill will be known throughout the universe
The C.P.A. of Queen Elizabeth's domain-
With us always her memory will remain.
To the Foreword she is our representativeg
To get 100 per cent subscription is her objective.
The best all-round athlete. John Sterling is heg
I-Ie is our sports hero. as you can see.
In the kingdom of Allderdice, she serves as a pageg
In employing her, a man would be sage.
Our prime minister's aide is -Iimmy L..
Whatever he does, he does quite well.
Designing the queen's new summer outfit.
Arlene's efforts will surely make a hit.
A leader in sports, so good in all the rest,
This maid-in-waiting deserves the very best.
She's a girl so good in sports and games.
A person who will succeed in athletic aims.
Of her shorthand award, she is quite proudg
We all sing her praises, both long and loud.
If you need a lawyer in the coming years,
.lust come to Gerald, lie'll allay all our fears.
What she wants to be is an M.D.'s assistantg
In doing good deeds. sheis always persistent.
Next comes our Minstrel, Bob is his nameg
' ' r be the same.
Without him "A" choir will neve
"O sleep! it is z
Miss joan is a member of T.B.G.,
What a wonderful secretary she will be!
On cafeteria staff is Countess Elayne,
From eating lunch she will you detain.
To be his friend is lots of fun,
Sir Lorry's smile is never done.
Now you have met Queen Elizabeth'
To every personality you have a clue.
These last six years we did survive,
And now we're the class of '55.
THE SENIOR IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
L gentle thing.
pole to pole!"
-"The Rlllli' of the Ancient Senioru
"For fools rush in where angels fear to treadf,
-"An Essay on Allderdice Halls"
"VVith fingers weary and worn,
VVith eyelids heavy and red."
-"The Song of the Senior'
'A fine official he'd 'be anywhere."
-"Mr. McCly1nonds" from The Alldw'
'Milton. thou should'st be living at this hourf'
'In mournful lays the tale became knownf'
'He1'e, where men sit and hear each other groan."
-"Ode to Carnegie Library"
'O heartfelt rapture! bliss beyond compare!"
-"The Senior's Saturday Night"
'Act well your part."
-"Essay on 'Connecticut Yankee' "
'There is madness about thee. and joy divinef,
-"The Graduation fl955j"
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Academy Awards---361 S
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l'resiclcnt lliirutliy Stcngi-1'
Yicc l'i'esirlc-nt l'2lli'lt'i2l l':n'i'isli
SOCl'Ct2l.l'j' . .. . lfrecl llmwt-
'lil't'?lSlll't'l' . . .Xluysins lizillztglicr
Stinlcnt Llillllllfll Kein'L'sc1itzLtixfc Sally Straw-1'
l:lll'ClVUl'll Rt'lJl'CSCllfZlllYt' jzinicc Klein
First Row-Betty jane Curry, Sande Berger, Janice Klein, Sandra Gusky, Ursula Selig-
man, Aloysius Gallagher, Dorothy Stenger, Patricia Parish, Sally Stover, Martha
Robinson, Esther Latterman
Second Row-Mary Hudson, june Bennett, Lucille Booker, Marianna DiRubbo, Elsie
Gratton, Patricia Backode, Rosaleen Verrone, Patti Smart, Lauretta Segiel, Wilma
Stasch, Mr. Blitz
Third Row-Anne Whitaker, Alice Capcara, jerry Stutz, Ralph Abramovitz, David Blue-
stone, Jan Wingard, Herbert Goldstein, Bernie Rowan, David Odle, Bonnie Rubenstein
This is station 361,
llruzitlcastiiig the biggest event of the year
The .-Xcztcleiiiy .'Xwzu'cls of 'l'..'X.H.S..
Xtith thc greatest celebrities lic-rc.
Slim .hifllliliillif is inzistci' ul' cciviiiniiies :it this culusszil Zlllililf
XYQ lincl his wit zunl lnnnui' tu ln- llCl'lPllll cuiiipuit.
HCI'1lUl'li lt'frruz111'x ll fc-llmx' who is allways in thc lmmv.
Non' we can find him :ts clii'c-ctm' of our slnuw.
The lighting fm' this event gives ns nu XYHl'l'y.
,X smile lrnmi l'111'Ii Sumrl hrings sunshine in Il lnirry.
ln lmezliitilyiiig thi' stars. unc has tu lic clever:
Malte-up teclniician Hvffy ClIIl'l'.l' is the lmest cwr.
Telling' the wiwlcl of this fwcztsiuii is finite ll juli to ilu.
Nzltnrzilly we lmvc Hill C'lu1'l.' to liczul the "TY" t'1'c-np
To Dorothy Stenger goes first prize as director of our class.
She's made our homeroom into one you never can surpass.
As she accepts her award all the others move over.
For singing none can compare with our Sally Stover.
An oscar to "Buzz" Gallagher our treasurer, so alert and al
lt's his efficiency that helps to keep our finances stable.
Librarian of the year, Elsie Grafton wins our acclaim:
She's catalogued a thousand books and knows them all by name.
And now the best male singer, whom all the girls adorem-
This place goes to foe Krenn, with voice and looks galore.
As he goes zooming overhead, so handsome in his pilot's attire,
The crowd turns to catch a glimpse of Ray l?a-nks, the world's champion flyer.
Making the refreshments for this prize-winning affair
XVe find Janice Klein, a hostess beyond compare.
John Canter now accepts a medal, as doctor of the year,
W'henever he comes on the scene his patients have naught to fear.
Known the world over for her chic designs,
Here comes Mary Hudson and her winning lines.
Lovely Ursula Selignfian is a star model for Vogue and Harper's3
The styles she wears are always eye-stoppers.
As sportscaster of the year, Larry Dinardo keeps ns in
VV ith news of the Pirates and Steelers and such.
Now listen to the music that floats on the air,
It's Fred Poore and his trumpet, a prize-winning pair.
Admiral fan Wingard. with medals covering his chest.
VVon't spare any words to tell us his Navy's the best.
This theatre's covered with murals so grand,
Painted by Marianna DiRi1bl1o. the finest artist in the land.
"The King of Financef, this title surely fits
The man who's conquered Wall Street-Ralph Abrainovits.
Here comes Rosaleen Verrone in a dancing interlude:
Her graceful tapping will lift anybody's mood.
Winner of the Olympics in 1962,
Lauretta Segiel's badminton helped the U.S. come thru.
First female president of the United States,
Martha Robinson proved she has what it takes.
"Club woman of the age," she joins them in droves-
Esther Latternian's our choice as everyone knows.
A spectator has fainted! Who can cure him quick?
Call nurses Sandee Berger and Charlotte Silfvrrsinitli, their ch
As winner of the nineteen-sixty-five Nobel Prize
Herbie Goldstein has found his dream realized.
arm will do the trick
Whirling and flashing as all the people cheer,
Comes petite Wilnia Stasch, world champion skater for many a
As the friendliest fellow, the nicest around-
We nominate David Odle, whose smile is world renowned.
Pat Parrish is the great novelist of this age,
Her amazing adventures are all the rage.
With a look so happy, and a style quite sweet,
Alice Cafrcarais appearance brings the crowd to its feet.
An "Emmy" to the actress whom all the people cheer,
It's func Bennett the star of television this year.
The initials M.D. stand beside his name,
VVith his talent and brains David Bluestone couldn't miss fame.
Witli a face and a figure just short of divine,
Bonnie Rubenstein conquered the male world in a short time.
ferry Stuff: has won the world's acclaimg
He made good in his bid for legal fame.
The other women feel dowdy as Scmde Guslcy comes on stagea-
As best-dressed woman of the year, she's a fashion page.
Taking the prize as a cheerful miss, who is always on the go,
Anne Whitaker is a gal we find it's fun to know.
Pnl Barkode, a lass with twinkling eyes,
As a grade "A" typist rates a prize.
Everyone comes to attention as she arrives on the scenee-
It's General Lucille Booker, head of the VVomen's Marine.
This event wouldn't be complete without a musical hour,
Here's Sherry Kraft the star of UA" choir.
SQUEEGEES-SUPPLY AND DEMAND
The time for taking pictures has finally come around,
And in the Exhibition Room all seniors can be found.
Thev're there with faces smiling, so happy and so gay,
Until the picturefs taken, then the smiles just fade away.
The photographer. a patient man, is really quite upset:
After all with such a face, what results could he possibly Ge
He turns the camera so many ways to get each different view
He has one consolation-in five minutes he'll be through.
The pictures are completed, and next they see the proofs:
The seniors cannot understand why they resemble goof
Ordering the pictures is the easiest part of it:
You select the one that all agree will make the biggest hit
The pictures and the squeegees vhavc finally arrived,
All kinds of crazy messages are hastily inscribed.
As I stay up each night to write I get an aching head
It might have been much easier to break the camera instead
---1 A.B.C..'s of 362 E.H-M
Teacher ..,.....,,.. ...,. M iss Margaret Hanrahan
President ....,,,..., ....,,...,........ . james Goldman
Vice President ...... ,...., L eona Plotkin
Secretary ...,...,....,........,......,...,..... ,,,,., G race Weiss
Treasurer ................,......,.....,.....r.,., ..,. .... I a net Vernon
Student Council Representative i.,., . ,...,,...,.. Marlene Gold
Foreword Representative .. ......,.. . ..... Constance Munizza
The time has come for us to leave
These halls of knowledge and of learningg
XVe know that from this school we've gained
A lot of insight and grades we've been earning.
Now here's a look at our fine crew
NVhose future will give the world a different view.
A is for articulate in everything she docsg
VVhether acting or just smiling she 1nakes the boys all buzz.
B is for Hzzrlvank or Britain or maybe to Boston
To these places he'll travel in Cadillac. lford on even an Austin.
C is for Clltlflllffllg as you know she is:
At typing and shorthand she is a whiz.
C is for his clever mind as during a game of chess
And also when in Qual class he shows a lot of finesse.
C is for this vnfv gal with charm personified
Her beauty and looks are greatly magnified.
D is for Ron's dlll'll-btllffy while running a half mileg
Though track is one activity, there is also his art style.
D is for dCf7l'11dllf7f1'ffy, she's famous as a doerg
And all the teachers know our Helen, take off their hats to her.
D is for deter11Linafi011,, a TY man to be,
Be it painting sets or running cameras, 'loel's the boy to see.
E is for her eagerness to be a great success:
This gal's exuberance is surely in excess.
E is for efficicury in everything she tries:
Friends who know Elinor say she's personality wise.
F is for freshmss and that lovely winning smile:
This gal has what it takes to make the boys walk a mile.
G is for her fjl'7lZ-IlSiNVlfl1 her needle she's renowned:
VVearing all her fashionalzle clothes, Norma is well gowned
G is for her gracefzzlncss which she does possess:
For her easy manner, admiration we profess.
G is for her golden hair and her pleasant ways:
YOu'll never find this cute miss absent many days.
GIFFEN, BONNIE SUE
G is for Bonnie's get up and !j0A,'
The tricks of being' lively she does know.
G is for the glenn: that is shining in her eyes:
Our Marlene is pretty, energetic, and wise.
G is for the good cheer this lad is known to spread:
As president of our class. he will always be the head.
K is for her knark at playing a violing
VVith this very fine talent many hearts she'll always win.
K is for the k1zrm'Ir'dgv that Howard does retaing
He has many quotations stored up in his brain.
I .ASDAY, LOUIS
1. is for l.Ou's 11"zfcli11z'.rs in every type of workg
ln Orchestra or Dramatic linglish his job he'll never shirk
l. is for a Ioztalvlc miss who on the field you'll find
XVith hockey, basketball, and all other sports on her mind.
M is for MMM, president of this group,
Marsha's a capable leader of this medical troop.
M is tor the many laughs when joe is around:
He is our handsome jokester known all over town.
M is for nmdesfy, Don's chief character trait:
His art work is outstanding and is judged top rate.
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Sitting: Frances Kramer, Roseann Volpe, Elinor Evans, Bonnie Sue Giffen, Carolyn Reola
First Row-Florence Gerson, Loretta Shanoski, Marsha Miller, janet Vernon, Grace Weiss,
james Goldman, Leona Plotkin, Constance Munizza, Marlene Gold, Elaine Amdur,
Second Row-Leo O'Toole, Barbara Lee, Gretta Carlson, Barbara Cecere, Norma Gelman,
Rochelle Frishman, Elaine Rosen, Saralee Gelman, Helen Dickson, Sandra Wagner,
Third Row-Campbell Beveridge, Dan O'Brien, Ronald DeStein, Howard Kubitz, Sheldon
Weinstein, Clark Carroll, Louis Lasday, Clair Rider, Michael Wald, Stanley Spungen,
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R is for right, each note that she smgsg
With art and music, pleasure she hrmgs.
S is for her singing, known hoth tar and near,
Though she'll soon he getting married, this won't end her singing career.
S is for his spa-rleling smile known to allg
He's a gay Cassanova with lots on the hall.
V is for zfizfaciozuncss, vigor, and vimg
She'll surely have no trouble capturing a him.
V is for 'vitality that greatest spark of lifeg
Roseann will become a darling little housewife.
W is for wisdom well tempered with wit,
In Dramatic English she makes a great hit.
VV is for the work he does in every organization,
Mike never seems to find much time for any relaxation.
VV is for his witty ways and all the jokes galore,
In class Red is known to all for having tales in store.
W is for her wealth of sweetness which is well meantg
Special Dance and F.T.A. is where her time is spent.
But now the world is at our feet,
Awaiting the decision we will soon have to meetg
Whether it he college, service, or career
We know we'll meet it without a bit of fear.
SENIOR MOVIE LIST
"The Wild One" ..,.......................,,..,...,,,......,,.....,...,......,,. IZA Student writing theme
l'Naked Alibi" ........,.,,......... ......... . .... When caught without a hall pass
"Where the Sidewalk Ends" ...,. ......,..,....,.............................,... '1 'he Wall
"Night People ",.. ..., ..,....,......,,., ,.........,...., C a s t at Night Rehearsals
"The Mobi' ..,. .. ..., ..,,,. S tudents at Flagpole at 3:05
"A Star is Born" ...,. ............,. C lass play performance
"Knock on Wood ".... ....... ' 'I know I graduated"
"Security Risk" .................,.....,........ ,... .........,, H o oking School
"Vanquished" .. .....,..,,.....i..,........,.,....... ..,.. T hree-day suspension
"Creature from the Black Lagoon" ..... ...,.......,,................. T heme
"Living It Up". ................................,... ...,.. D ramatic English
HLL1Cky Mel' ......,. . ......,........ ,,,,,,,,,,, A On thelng
"It Should Happen To You' ,...., ..,...., G raduation
D 372 upper
'liL'2lCllCl' Kliss Mary lireiiiiaii
l'resiile11t Keimetli Lilllllllllll
Yiee llresicleiit llorotliy Langer
Seeretary Ruth tlrossiiiaii
'lreasiirer .Nlaii l'apc-rnielt
Stiirleiit Coiiiieil lit'lll't'Sk'lllZlllX'l' blaiiet Riiitzler
lforeworcl Represeiitative lilaine Morgan
Sitting-Elaine Morgan, Sherma Mazur, Dorothy Mathos, Beverly Loftin
First Row-Michael Gerber, Ruth Grossman, Anita Cohen, Eileen Eisner, Herbert Kravitz,
Janet Rintzler, Alan Papernick, Miss Brennan, Dorothy Langer, Kenneth Calhoun,
Frances Stern, Ellen McLaren
Second Row-Robert Gordon, Melvin Schwartz, George Gross, Murray Litmans, Gary
Gutmacher, jeffrey Hohenstein, Stuart Freedman, Olga Bardach, Anne Bernstein,
Shirley Harris, Andrew Kelly
Third Row-Ronald Rosenberg, Allan Guy, Robert McDermott, Robert Madjaric, Richard
Simon, Robert Lewinter, Ruben Abramovitz, Melvin Hackman, Daniel Kachman,
Sholom Comay, john Brauman
llie 11111111 la erowilecl, tlie imisie is lmliie-
ll's ilie siraok Supper lfliilw iii room 372.
Bob Madjaric, tlie iloormaii, parks eaeli ear witli ease.
lle's mil a inagieiaii. please leave liiiii tlie keys.
Now we eiiter tlie elulr. people talk iioisily.
llie room is so clark, it s rliliieiilt to see.
Sherma Mazer, liai-elieelr girl. staiicls over tliere
'tlieela your coats." slie says wiili a ilirtatioiis air.
'lilie iiiaiiager oi our eliilm is Kenny Calhoun,
lle's really quite a guy. ii'e'll miss liiiii iii lime.
Dorothy Langer is tlie assistant to liL'llllj'i
Slit' is lqiiowii iliiite well, :incl lier irieiirls are iiiaiiy.
llie easliier sits over tliere iii a liootli-H
ll's Miss Grossman, otlierwise relerreil to as Ruth.
Murray Litmans, head waiter, will give you a table:
He's ready and willing and really quite able.
One singing waiter is called Melvin Hackman,
His capable partner is the Danny Kachman.
Back in the kitchen reading a book
Is Bobby Gordon, our reliable cook.
Every club needs a bouncer or two,
Allen Guy is our man, and always on cue.
"Cigarettes," she calls out, and her manner's so nice,
lt's Joan Silverman, cute as sugar and spice.
The jovial photographer who calls out a greeting,
ls our Stuart Freedman, whom we'll soon be meeting.
We now introduce our club patrons to you,
lVithout all of Whom we just couldn't do.
Wearing' dark glasses so no one will know,
ls Janet Rintzler, designer, traveling incognito.
Gary Gutmacher, club designer. is sitting with -lang
She is quite proud talking to this famous man.
The year's greatest football star just gave a wave.
Bob McDermott is he, tall, strong, and brave.
Andrew Kelly, Irish tenor, flashes a smile.
And then takes a seat, singing all the while.
Doctor Alan Papernick, with nurse Ellen McLaren enter,
They make a good team at the new Medical Center.
George Gross is here, famous engineer,
Remember the scholarship he received from Rensselear?
Melvin Schwartz, business executive. brought his secretary along
S-he's Dorothy Mathos, taking dictation humming a song.
If your eyes begin to hurt you from the dim atmosphere,
See Mike Gerber, eye-specialist, sitting over there.
Four elementary school teachers whom we all know
.Xre sitting in the rear, watching the show.
The first of these, Frances Stern, teaches first grade,
Because of her fine teaching, a reputation she has made.
Ann Bernstein, in high school, was tops in her class,
Today, her students think a lot of this lass.
Eileen Eisner teaches Home Ee and she really can't be beat:
All of us are prone to say her cooking is a treat.
In a classroom, Anita Cohen teaches the 3R's:
At leading her children, this girl really stars.
Ronald Rosenberg is the owner of a big department store,
He is the man standing there at the door.
Olga Bardach really looks fine,
She's a nurse, off duty, having a wonderful time.
Beverly Loftin is a busy man's stenographerg
VVithout a doubt he couldn't work without her.
Shirley Harris as Ronnie's head salesgirl excels,
She does a good job no matter what she sells.
The patrons are quiet, the lights grow dim,
It's just about time for the show to begin.
He's witty and he's clever as the guests can clearly see,
Sholom Comay's terrific, as the nightclubs M. C.
Before the show begins, he wants to introduce the band.
Richard Simon, at the piano. earns his fame throughout the land.
John Brauman plays the violin in his inimitable way,
Remember him at Allderdice, the president of Orchestra A.
Ruben Abramovitz beats the rhyt-hm out with pride,
His fame as a drummer is both far and wide.
Mellow, golden trumpet notes resound in the hall:
Bob Lewinter as the trumpeteer is really on the ball.
But Ethel Rintzler's on the dance floor now, and causing a sensation
As her partner Herbie Kravitz is the greatest in the nation.
Jeff Hohenstein, the comic. is next in the showy
Right n-ow he's the rage on Broadway as you know.
Elaine Morgan, the singer, has a most appealling voice,
She's a favorite among the guests, by unanimous choice.
You've seen our club now, and the people you've metg
Hope this is a homeroom you'll never forget.
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Teaelier . .Mix Cliarles T. Roller
llresirlent . .
'I'reasurer , . ,
Student Council Representative ,
, ,Carl Cullen
, ,iucly Faskow
Furewurrl Representative , . ,Beatrice Klnlliullen
On looking lmaek at nlcl pictures we've saverl.
Xie notice the liigli selinnl mails vve've pavecl.
Sn gather rwnncl anrl you will see.
How great a lirmlernmn can really be.
XYe know we are lmiasetl.
lint isn't it true
Tliese classmates are great-
XYe think stag flon't you?
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First Row-Audrey Seigal, Sondra Weiss, Roberta Brand, Beatrice Mulhollen, Judy
Faskow, Stanley Goldberg, Carl Cohen, Arline Fromm, Anita Hubert, Ruth Green,
Second Row-Mary Schrieber, Renee Katz, Gretchen Theobald, Dolores Toth, Barbara
Shapiro, Barbara Abelson, Barbara Rubin, Nancy First, Judi Olbum, Rose Lucia,
Linda Gibson, Mr. Charles T. Roller
Third Row-Stanley Franzos, Lee Branch, jack Fisher, Robert Mandell Robert Rosen
Clifford Harkness, Ronald Flansbaum, Gilbert Davis, Michael Sobel, 'Millard Amdur:
Barbara Abelson l2arlmara's an artist. a gnocl one, too:
.X girl wliifs ln'ig'li't. we know tl1at's true.
Roberta Brand Really lier nickname is Bobby,
Buyiiig' pretty clothes is lier liolmlay.
jackie Fagadow Blackie is a girl so sweet.
.Xncl to see liei' smile is quite a treat.
Ronald Flansbaum Ronnie is a nian of wit
lfrienrls are always elieerecl lmy it.
Michael Weisberg alike is quiet, lint, nli. so ln'ig'l1t:
When in a class. l1e's the shining' light.
Marshall is the moneyman of our homeroom,
Lately when he says "50c. please." there's gloom.
Renee. the mambo queen, is nice,
Connoisseurs of dance all lo-ok twice.
Arnie, who's known as everyone's pal
Will get along fine with every gal.
.lust look around and you will see,
An artist. -loe. with personality.
l,ee is quiet. but he gets around,
Buddies with all the guys in town.
Glamorous blonde with pretty blue eyes.
Thoughts of her bring fellow's sighs.
.N true dramat is our Arline,
For on the stage she is a queen.
"Corky" is swell. we must admit.
Active in sports, he's quite a hit.
gloyous and nice is this swell girl,
From French to chem. she's in a whirl.
So gay and carefree is his outlook on life.
Friends all stay around Stan. there's never strife.
Much can be said for what Mike enjoys.
Since photography's the hobby that he employs.
'lack of all trades and master of most.
For his grades. he's not likely to coast.
Gi1's the greatest in everything he tries,
Dazzling and tall describes his size.
Marvelous girl with a talent in dance,
Every stage she meets on Broadway she will enhance
.Nnds and ends as her nickname states,
Sure lets you know Audrey really rates.
Many brains this bright boy has got.
In Qual class it's clear -he knows a lot.
Notice the gossip that Nancy has written,
Foreword staff and Keyhole have kept her flittin'.
joy and sorrow her face portrays:
On the stage she shows her acting ways.
Rosy's a fellow who enjoys hi-s math.
He's interested in following the engineering path.
Rose by her friends was nicknamed Bunny,
lret's say it's because her nature is sunny.
Bea is an expert when it comes to a sale,
More Forewords are bought by the skeptical male.
llarbnra is Shappy to :ill of her friends:
Small and slim are her figure trends.
Sondrzfs 21 lady of that there's no doubt,
XYith friends and work she gets about.
Stun. our president, really rates.
Good as gold, and sought after for dates.
l3ert's the jewelry expert in our school,
Su1'ely to be seen in this class with El tool.
llarharzt has the position as usher head,
Rushing to see that ll1ey're czlpahly led.
Cliff will surely he missed in our halls.
lslearkening to his cnll are mam' dolls.
.Xlwuys prompt and studious. too,
lflcr test days, she does never rue.
Ruth's the to as at work or mlzlv.
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bzlnunfr kirowlezlffe in everv wav.
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Linda in the lih1'a1'y is to be seen,
Gathering books goes this ambitious teen.
Blz1ry's success is sure to come,
Soaring' to heights that have never been won.
I,oreen's El fine secretary in two-sixty-two,
Zippingj often to journal Staff meetings there, too
Right-good president of the Senior Class,
Mandell's subjects he does more than pass.
W he ,Room 453 - as
Teacher , ,, Miss lflurencc li. Grzihzuii
President ,. Nancy Xliliitelioiisc
Yicc President , , .Christine lXIcKcc
, ,. .lVillizun Stes-lc
Secretary. . .
'lil'C21Slll'Cl' , r . . r , ,.
Student Council Rcprcscntzitivc . liilccn XYiscinzin
Foreword Representative . , . . . Marlene .Iiiclcl
Sitting-Ina Morris, Nancy Goldberg, Barbara Jones, Eileen Wiseman, Jacqueline Riberich,
Nancy Whitehouse, Christine McKee, Harriet Holcomb, Susan Levin, Esther Mishele-
vich, Joanne Aiello
First Row-Miss Graham, Robert Golomb, Joseph Giannetta, Norman Klein, Lorraine
Schaffer, Mary Harper, Elizabeth Susteric, Eva Booher, Janet Hayden, Barbara
Spangler, Robert Verner, Gloria Ross, Marlene Judd, Pat Colner
Second Row-John Schafer, Fred Mervis, Arthur Lebovitz, David Fleming, John Hile,
William Betts, John Glunt, Dennis Holt, Sam Cancilla, James Emswiller, Jack Sandhaus
llcrc's what wc find. :Ls gingerly wc
Upcn the lockers ui 453 ----f
EIO,-XNNIC .eX1if11.i.ufL'l1ili czircl for Scninr Lcaclcrs. Kctive -Inznnic cngztgc-s in nieliiy
enterprises in thc wurlcl ul- sports.
iX'iYRON Al'Pl.lEl5AL'lVl-I lall patrol hzulgc Alert Myroii watches :ill uf our lockers
so that their prcciuus contents are always safe.
W'll.I,l,xM iYil'I'l"l'S4-ii?l5iiCti7?lii pztrzlphcriizilia. Hill scrvcs as thc ilnzlliiiccl captain
of the haskethll tcuin.
Ev.-x BUOIIIQRWA incgziphonc. XYith this instrnnicnt, triin chccrlczulcr liva spirit
eclly cheers on our teams.
Simi CAM'ii.i..fx-f.iXIlclei'clicc .X. This puwcrinl guy is an zlctivc inc-nihcr nl thc
Yzlrsity and Conditioning Clubs.
PATRICIA COLNER-Not a speck of dirt. From Pat's fine service on the cafe-
teria staff, we are certain of that.
JAMES EMswII.I.ER-Football shoes. The football team could hardly get along
without this hearty player.
DAVID FI.IElvIING-Old Inath paper. Neighborly David is always ready to help
out on those tough math problems. A
SYLVIA GARFINKEL-BOCbkS. Nothing different about that, except that enterpris-
ing Sylvia manages to attain a high honor average with them.
JosEIfH GIANNETTA-Tickets to the latest dance. Yes, sociable Joe is continually
on his toes-anywhere he goes.
JOHN GLUNT-TfHCk shoes. Any shoes that this companionable boy wears, of
course, are bound to take him down the road to success.
ROBERT GoI.oMB-Golf hat. This sharp fellow is an important member of the
NANCY GOLDBERG-Vvfjfk for M MM. Sympathetic Nancy is ready to help us
out in the medical room.
MARY HARPER-Teamsheets for sports' tournaments. Mary, a capable captain,
never has any trouble getting girls to sign these.
JANET HAYDEN-Choir folder, when Janet is not practicing her music. She is
i such a commendable singer, although we wonder when she has time.
HARRIETT HoLcoMB-Information for the class day committee. Proficient Har-
riett is just the girl to be the secretary of this committee.
DENNIS HoLT-Football helmet. A resolute football player, Dennis handles the
pigskin with ease.
JoHN HILE-Sharpened pencils. Friendly John, ever ready with a cheery hello,
is always prepared for class.
BARBARA JONES-French book. French doesn't scare Barbarag she competently
masters it, along with her other subjects.
MARLENE JUDD-Old Journals. Efficient Marlene, editor of the Journal, is com-
paring our book with the previous yearbooksg this one is the best!
NORMAN KLEIN-Key Club pass. Energetic Norm is never one to pass up any-
thing to do with sports.
JOSEPH LAZO-Latin book. Good-natured Joe is a very diligent Advanced Latin
ARTHUR LEBOVITZ-A jacket that is right in style. This amicable lad is always
dressed to the height of fashion.
SUE LEVIN-Foreword notebook. This delightful lass is usually working dili-
gently to meet that newspaper deadline.
CHRISTINE MCKEE-USl1Cf,S badge. Pert Chris never fails to be on duty in
the auditorium at the proper time.
FRED MEl?VIS-I-HW Club pass. Obliging Fred is a welcome addition to this
ESTHER lVIISHIiLEVIf'II-Tl1lS semester's Forewords. This warm lass enjoys read-
ing them. Why not? She's the Foreword editor.
INA MORRISYSCIIICII' Discussion membership card. Of course. in any discussion
with Ina, one notices this warm-hearted girl's sparkling smile.
JACQUELINE RIBERICH-I.lSf of those who owe dues. XVe all appreciate pleasing
jackie, our treasurer, even if she is forever collecting our money.
GLORIA Ross-Club card for F.N.A. Pleasant Gloria displays interest in the
field of nursing.
JACK SANDHAUS-Treasurer's book. Business I.aw finds a genial collector of
dues in jack.
.IOHN SCIIAFIZR-SWCZIY suit. An amiable fellow -lohn is a speedy member of
our track team.
LORRAINE SCHAFFER-eSCllCCllllC for that busy week-end. Lorraine is invariably
congenial, though, come Monday morning-and the rest of the week.
BARBARA S1'ANGLRR+Bows for the class board. VVe thank engaging Barbara
for this clever addition to our work of art.
XfV1LLIAM STEELE-lVOtCS on class meetings. Handsome Bill is our competent
class secretaryg he also works on our class board.
ELIZABETH SUSTERIC-Stencils and other typing materials. This industrious girl
is often working with these in 214.
ROBERT XIERNER-Bl1Sll'lCSS for the gift committee. This personable chairman
will certainly be a success with his fine leadership qualities.
NANCY W HI'I'EIl0USE-PlE1l1S for the class meetings. We accomplish much in
these meetings, thanks to our resourceful class president.
E1LE1iN WISENIAN-GHVCl. As lively president of Student Council, Eileen per-
forms many duties about the school-all very ably, of course.
We have opened every locker door,
And seen what is on each shelf and floor,
Now we must leave them. for this class great
At last is going to graduate.
"The Sofa". . ..,....,....... ....,.....,. T he Wall
"A Modest Proposal" ..... .. ........ liscalators
"Dunciad" .,.....,..... ..,.......,.......,...,... ...,........... F c Jreword Staff
"To a Mouse" .... .,..,... C Jn turning one up in the Cafeteria
"VVhen I Have Fears" ..,., ,...,..,,........, . . ...... Before a Qual Test
"My Heart Leaps Up ".. . . . ..... VVhen I think of the Prom
"Cotter's Saturday Night" ...... ..,,............. At Dinty Moore's
"The Deserted Village". . . ...... Allderdice at 3:05
"Lines Xvritten In Early Spring" .,... ,.....,.. S enior Themes
The Allderdice Fashion Show
456 Amateur Hour as
'liCZlCllCl' , Mrs. Klztc XY0l1crr Smith
President . ...,, ,. , Robert Fowler
Yice Presiclcnt Riclmrrl Cullen
Secretary Szunucl lllininn
rlll't'2lSlll't'l' . Nelson Xhvlllflllllll
Student Council Represciitzltiyc' Tliuiiizts Gusztuiiyi
Furewurcl lieprcscntzitire .Irene Hertz
First Row-Joanne Strauss, Gloria Hourvitz, Robert Taddigs, Samuel Bliman, Nelson
Whitman, Robert Fowler, Richard Cohen, Reva Ba1k,. Betty Deutsch, Shirley Weiss,
Second Row-Marilyn Cassidy, Rose Maskowitz, Irene Hertz, Betty Ann Katsur, Barbara
Friedman, David Jacobson, David Spitzer, janet Kotchey, Norma Mann, Susie Schwartz,
Mrs. Smith, Helene Robinson
Third Row--Thomas Gosztonyi, David Williams, Gary Graham, Roland Smith, Carl Camp-
bell, Ronnie Chelkis, joseph Nichol, William Kesterson, Robert Mullen, Charles Duffy,
llcllu tu all you n'unflc-rlnl pcuplcl XM- :uc licrr- again tu wclcuiiic you tu
thc 456 p1'0seiitzrtiu1i ul the .Xnlziteur lluur.
lt is now my privilege to present to you as Cimtcstzuit No. l. the Tennessee
lirnie ul l'ittshurgh, H011 IlU'ZL'1t'l'. Huh will nun' give on his well-lanmrn guitar.
his rendition ul "l4z1ck in the Hills ul Tennessee."
Nun' we liztvc fur your pleasure :incl ciijuyiiiciit thc Cliurclcttcs ul .Xllclerclicc.
S11-irlvy Hv1'1'.Y.V, Jmuinr' .S't1'u1r.t.v, Fran GfIINI?lll'fl, and Hvffy .lun Kat.vnj', who as
Coiitestzuits No. 2 will sing their 2ll'l'ZlllQft'lllCllf ul Nlr. Slllltllllilll. They will he
lcrl hy the stuclent clirectrur ul .X Cappella Cfliuir. Juv .VirlmI.
Sm' .h'l'1l'IUtll'fS, our hnsy l".'l'..X. presirli-nt, is taking this opportunity tu per-
lurm helurc yuu her spcrtzlciilzii' ricliug skills. L4llllfE'SlZlllt Nu. 5-!Suc Scliwzrrtz.
.l'ltII'iI-VII CtI.YSill.l' :incl .lmzvl lXYUft'1It'.V, liuiitcstuiits Nu. 4. will give il clcniun-
stration un thc nrt ul first zlicl. liuth girls hupe tu lwccuiin' nurses in the nc-zu' future.
A piano solo is right up Gloria 1lo11rz'1'ls's line. Here she is as Contestant
No. 5 to entertain you with a lovely medley of songs.
Contestant No. 6, Ronnie Chellcis, also competing for the Grand Prize, will
now perform a novelty act. This accomplished young man will tonight show his
prowess at dancing and acrobatics.
And now Norma Mann who excels in both trumpet and clarinet playing, also
competing in this big cash award program has chosen to tune her trumpet to the
strains of "Stars and Stripes Forever." Thank You! That was Contestant No. 7.
Milly Rosvntlza-ll, quite an actress in her own right, will appear as Contestant
No. 8. She will reveal her skill in dramatics by reciting a series of elocutions.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, please don't forget the vote for these ambitious
young amateurs. just address your postcard to Mrs. Smith, Box 456, Taylor
Next Tom Gosstonyi who plans to become a surgeon in the near future is
appearing as Contestant No. 9. Today Tom will display his extensive stamp
collection for your enjoyment.
Irene Herts, a proficient majorette, will, as Contestant No. 10, display her
deftness at baton twirling to the tune of "Semper Fidelisf'
And now a word l:I'O1l1 our sponsor, the Smith Companyg here is Sam Bliman,
an expert on the sport of golf to tell you all about Smith's golf balls.
Next we have the Three Musketeers of T.A.H.S., Carl Campbell, Bill Kesler-
son, and Gary Graham. These three friends as Contestants No. 11 hope to win
your votes by amusing you with their repertoire of jokes.
Contestant No. 12 Nelson VVlzitnzan, homeroom treasurer, will disclose secrets
on easy methods of collecting class dues.
Helene Robinson as Contestant No. 13 will delight the audience at the
present time by her demonstration on the correct method of taking shorthand and
giving good transcription.
Next on the agenda is Barbara Friedman. As Contestant No. 14 Barbara
hopes to entertain you with her melodious voice by singing "ble Vous Aime
Now we have three exceptionally able youths in the field of art as Con-
testants No. 15. They are Bobby Mullen, an expert in wood carvingg David
Spitzer who excels in sketching and Dave Jacobson, a modern art enthusiast who
will explain the works of the first two boys.
Don Watzrnan, also competing for the b-ig money as Contestant No. 16, will
demonstrate what fancy footwork and good breathing can do to help anyone place
in track meets.
We are now more than half-way through the show, folks. How about a big
round of applause for these talented amateurs?
Contestant No. 17, Rose Maskofeiifsf our talented acrobatic star will enter-
tam us now with a novelty tap dance number.
' Richard Cllllfll, our drama king from Dramatic English Class, has prepared
quite a lengthy sketch for you today. Here he is for your enjoyment as Con-
testant No. 18.
Bob Taddigs is Contestant No. 19. An ardent radio fan, Bob hopes to win
your applause and votes by assemblying a usable radio before your very eyes.
Contestants No. 20 are David H'iI1iu-ms and Roland Smith. They are both
sports enthusiasts, and each will show his ability in his respective field of baseball
We have a mechanic in our midst today, folks. He is Jay McKinley, Con-
testant No. 21. jay is setting up his hot rod on the stage now and will illustrate
his techniques in fixing up a car to catch the eye.
Sanford Schmelzer, whose hobby is astronomy, is here today to reveal an-
other skill of his. As Contestant No. Z2 he will discuss and demonstrate his
One more reminder to all of you viewers. Don't forget to send in your votes
to help these young people on their way to stardom.
And now we have the next heavyweight champion of the world, John Abbr-
nante as Contestant No. 23. He will demonstrate the art of shadow boxing.
Revo Bulk, our peppy periodical secretary, has chosen as Contestant No. 24
to vie for your votes by her display of secretarial talents.
Contestant No. 25 is Betty Dczftsrlz, the Editor-in-Chief of the TERRIFIC
ALLDERDICE JOURNAL. Betty has chosen tonight to compete for your votes
by a poem which she has written in honor of this occasion.
And now as Contestant No. 26 Clmrlrfs Duffy, owner of the famous Duffy's
tavern, will divulge secrets on how he helped to make the journal the best yet.
Contestant No. 27 is Gene Appleby. Gene, an ardent sports fan, will today
demonstrate his ability in the field of track.
That's all of our talent. W'e all feel its been great-How about you?
THIS IS YOUR LIFE
You are a happy senior eagerly looking forward to the bright future. As
a child you attended grade school in Pittsburgh and then graduated to Taylor
Allderdice. Yes, Mr. Senior-this is your life. There were always many
friends around you for you are a likeable person. Remember when you were
fourteen and in the ninth grade? How old you thought you were! As the
years went quickly by. you became a sophomore, then a junior. What happy
times you had! Then came your senior year. All the happiness of your past
could never be as wonderful as your last year has been. And now, as you
graduate, you look back sadly. You are leaving the school in which you've
spent so many pleasant years. But, then. you smile as you look forward to a
happy and successful future. Your life is yours to do with as you will. This
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IMAGINE WHAT ALLDERDICE WOULD BE LIKE IF:
Barbara Shapiro couldn't sing
Mr. Thomas smoked at the wall
Marilyn Hoffman said "Use the Front line please"
Elayne Morris learned to swim
Attendance records were abolished
Ruth Grossman never drew clean-up posters
Mr. Blitz didu't have a wall paper store
Loretta Shanoski and Connie Muunizza weren't friends
,lack Fischer didn't write sonnets for English class
Carl Cohen weren't so good at basketball
Bob Verner didu't know Barbara Spangler
Herbie Kravitz didn't have red hair
Harriet Holcomb didu't sneeze when she had pictures taken
janet Rintzler and Barbara Abelson couldn't draw a straight line
Murray Litmans were stupid
Valerie Gordon could only play "Chopsticks" on the piano
Bob Mandell weren't elected president of everything
Mayer Selekman used words we could understand
Jason Shrinsky and Bob Lenart didn't know what to do with a football
Gretchen Theobald never blushed
Clark Carroll and Charles Duffy clidn't have acid burns from chemistry
Bob Rosenthal didn't have those big blue eyes
Renee Katz couldn't mambo
"Peggy" Parker didn't have long hair
Stanley Franzos weren't a comedian
Etta Birkenfield had brown eyes
Loreen Zavos didn't like red heads
Nancy First couldn't remember that Bonnie Rubensteiu's car is green
All seniors stayed in school until 3:05
Wllat would happen? VVhy. no one would recognize the senior class. that's alll
DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN:
You first came to Allderdice?
The football team won two consecutive games?
There wasn't a stampede to the cafeteria?
The Foreword money was all in on time?
You forgot the lines in the class play?
You wrote the last note-card?
Senior themes were finished?
You did homework on fourth period hall patrol?
The "Great Day" came?
WHY SENIORS DoN'T GRADUATE
Mom, I have so very much homework,
I'll never get it done.
I certainly lead a terrible life.
All work and just no fun.
I'll have to start in right away.
It simply will not wait.
I'll be able to eat no dinner,
I've so much French to translate.
Of course there is my English theme,
Not to mention a chemistry test.
Mom. did you ever have so much homework?
Or am I different from the rest?
You say the phone is ringing?
You say that it's for me?
I guess I'd better answer.
I wonder who it could be.
Mom, that was Sally on the phone.
The Palace has a good show.
I haven't very much homework.
I'm sure you don't mind if I go.
class play-the best off Broadway
pep rallies-mass mess
class day-premature Hallowe'en
graduation-the last straw
school-a home away from home
senior theme-one gross of paper. three bottles of blue-black ink and ten gallons
of Maxwell House Instant Coffee
senior prom-senior class coming out party
cafeteria-a place to munch your lunch
flagpole-the vicious circle
medical room-tea and sympathy
THE GREAT ENGLISH DRAMA
Main Characters ..............,....,......,.....,. The poor seniors
Plot ..........,...,....,...,.......,.,,.,...........,.,.., To write a theme
Scene .......,,.,...............,...,........,..,. Any convenient library
Props .....,.. ...... N otecards. reference books, pencils
Action .,.... .....,.......,,.. . . Read, write, read, write
Villains ...,.....,..... .....,,.. ..... T l ie senior English teachers
Results ..,......... ....,.....,,...... S traight A in English 3
Laugh if you can, you poor seniors!
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Amdur
Mr. and Mrs. Gotfried O. Baden
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Berkowitz
Mrs. Bella Bernstein
Mr. and Mrs. John Bich
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Birkenfield and Family
Mr. and Mrs. C. Blatt
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Bliman
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Booher
Mr. and Mrs. I. Aleck Brand and Daughters
Mr. and Mrs. T. Breverman and Harvey
Mrs. James Calhoun
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Carlson
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Cecere
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cohen and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohn
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen and Family
Mr. and Mrs. A. Colner
Mr. and Mrs Irving Cowen
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Curry, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs Robert I. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dickson
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DiRubbo
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dudreck
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Mr. and Mrs. David Dulberg
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S. M. Fischer
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Rochelle Frishman and Robert Mullen
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fromm
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gelman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin Gelman
Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Gerber
Mrs. Eva Gerson
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Giffen
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Glunt and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gold and Marlene
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldman
Dr. and Mrs. Milton W. Golomb
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goodman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Gordon
Mrs. Elsie B. Gratton
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green
Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossman
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grotstein
Mr. and Mrs. B. Gutmacher
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Harkness
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Hayden
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Hazin
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hile
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hinich
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Hirsch
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holcomb
Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jeffries
Mrs. Dorothy M. Jenkins
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Jones
Marlene Judd and Rheda Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Judd and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Karlin
Mr. arf. Mrs. David H. Katz
Mr. ani Mrs. Charles Kemp
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kluchman and Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Koch
Mrs. Irene Kotchey
Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kramm
Mrs. David Kravitz and Irwin
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kubitz
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Langer
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Lasday
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Latterman
Mrs. Marie Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sablowsky
Mr. Steve Sabo
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schiffman
Mary Elizabeth Schreiber
Mr. and Mrs. Mal Schwartz, Wayne and
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schwartz, Susie and
Mr. and Mrs. William Shanoski
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Shapiro
Mrs. Meyer Sherer
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Sigel '
Lee W. Simon
M. L. Sladen
Herbert D. Sobel
Clarence Solomon,. Audr
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
I. L. Stutz, M
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Anne D.
Louis "Happy" Solomon
Willard J. Sterling
Mrs. Anna Tkac and Family
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. David B.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Verman and Family
H. H. Waldman and Daughter
Herbert A. Weisman
Mrs. Anne Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Latterman
Leila and Dickg Bevie and jack
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lerner
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Levin
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lewinter
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Liberman
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lindner
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Linton
Mr. and Mrs. Lazar Litmans
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lyon
Lorna and Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. David McLaren
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Madenberg, Howard and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malvin
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mandell
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marlin
Mr. and Mrs. Maryn and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mazur
Mrs. Mendel Mendelson
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mervis
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mishelevich and Son
Mr. and Mrs. john M. Mitro
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Morris and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mulhollen
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Munizza
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel 0'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. David Olbum
Mr. and Mrs. Leo O'Toole
William L. Otto
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Parker
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Pearlman
Mr. Ross Pisano, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plotkin and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Polito, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reola
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rintzler and Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Robinson
Mrs. Harry Rosen
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rosenberg and Family
Mr. Jason Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenberg and Family
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Rosenthal and Milly
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosenthal and Family
Mr. and Mrs. David Weiss and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Werksman
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Winikoff
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wiseman
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wytiaz
Mr. Frank Yancura
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Young and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Zavos
The Squirrel Hill Kiwanis Club
VVisl1es to Extend its Congratulations
To the Graduating Class of 1955
And to the Members of the Key Club
Who are in the Class
306 NORTH CRAIG STRIFIIET PITTS
The Special Dance Group
wishes to extend congratulations to the greclzmting classes
of 1955 and to its grmlnating members
January Class: Jeannie Dym, Judy Hazin
.Iune Class: Nancy First, Sandra Gusky, Carol Parker, Grace Weiss
Compliments o if
The Robert Morris School
HOTEI. VVILLI.-XM PENN PITTSBURGH, PENNA.
"It msts no more to be zz Robert M orris studenlg
it means so mneb to be zz Robert Morris gmcluatef'
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THE REINECKER CLUB
and its memhers
RURGH 13, P.-X.
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Dramatic English Class
T HOMAS COSZTON V:
MAIKSHALI. LINDN ER
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C 0l1g7'6lfll!llfl.0l1.f fo file
BEM' of Luck
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Mandell
The Book Club
The Girls of
C oiiipf iiiieiils
Nediam B. B. G.
The College Club
fo the Seniors
United Nations Club
A and B
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COMPLIMENTS OF THE ANC CLUB
MARY ANN CHERNOFF
RosE ETHEL MCCULLOUGH
TAU SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY
wishes to exlenfl sinzzere fongmfulafiom In llze 12Al"flliullli1'lg
ffaxses :md to its own gl'6lIZ1l!lfi1ZlQ' members
The Me1nhe1's of
T. O. V.
'wish to extend their mngratnlations to the rnemhers of the
senior classes of 1955 and particularly
to their own graduating rnernhers
1 9 5 5 SENIORS
THE LAW CLI B
wishes to exlenrl sincere e0ngratnlazi0n.v lo the senior class
and lo our own graduating ineinfners
X Senior Members
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T H E F O R EWO R D
TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHOOL
ALPHA DELTA CHI
expresses eongmlulalions and best wishes to the gmafuczfing classes
of 195 5 and pmfzicularly to its gmdualing members
96 Graduating Officers
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. 1 I
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Calering to all your
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Appraisals - Rentals
Spiro Realty Co.
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HAzel 1-1911 HAzel 1-1864
P o I i ' s
Camp Roosevelt for Boys
Camp Wingfoot for Girls
Camp XVing-A-Roc for juniors
Mrs. Harry Fox
ALPHA SIGMA TAU
extends izfs sincerest eongmzufalions I0 1116 glaafuazzng classes
of 1955 ami lo its gmzlumfing members
:F january Class
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Your fraternity and
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DELTA EPSILON BETA SORCRITY
The Delta Epsilon Bela Sorority wishes to extern! ns
congrizzfzilaliom lo the graduating classes
and fo its grmlueling members
We, llze Alemberx of
DELTA LAMBDA PHI
extend lzeartiesz congratulations to the vnenzbers 0 the
graduating class and our own graduazing members
'f Shady Side Academy
W University School
mslzes to extend congratulations to the graduating classes
of 1955 and to its graduating members
BETTY DEUTSCH RHEDA MEYERS
VALERIE GORDON ETHEL RINTZLER
RENA GORN JANET RINTZLER
ANTOINETTE HURVITZ BARBARA SHAPIRO
RENEE KATZ SANDRA WAGNER
SUSAN LEVIN LOREEN ZAVOS
PHI U PSI LON SO RORI TY
Phi Upsilon Sorority extends sincere congratulations to the
graduating class of 1955
JACQUELINE A. FAGADAW
M. M. M.
rnenibers of the graduating class
SENIOR DISCUSSION CLUB
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The .flleplzs of
FREEDOM A. Z.A. NO. 688
fxzenaf llzeir .rincere congmlulaliom to their gmzlurzling members
Y January Class :W Armed Forces ""'dFSwissv:1le High
NORMAN KATZ-Aleph Godol
ED ZINMAN-Aleph S'gan
PAUL FOREMAN-Aleph Mazkir
JOE LANDAU-Aleph Gisbor
MIKE WINEBEROER-Aleph Sopher
BOB ROSEN-Aleph Kohen Godol
GAMMA ALPHA LAMBDA
wrslzes to extend sznaere congratulations lo
lhe graduating classes
and to its own graduating members
'K Mount Mercy Academy
GAMMA PHI ALPHA
extends congmtuluziom to the 1955 gmduales and
bk January Class
to in own graduating members
D I N T Y
f4'Thcznks to Ll Swell Bunch
of People 9,
PI SIGMA TAU SORGRITX
exlendr smcere fongmlulmtiom lo the gmduczlmg rlmver
0 1955 and its graduating members
Best of lurk
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THE PI TAU PI FRATERNITY
wishes to extend eofzgmlulalions to llzeir
SHADY SIDE ACADEMY
SIGMA DELTA EPSILON
wishes to congmlulaze the Jenior clam and the graduating
members of the fmlernily
'K Mercersburg Academy
SIGMA KAPPA FRATLRNITY
fwzshes t0 extend congmfulaziom to the gmduafmg members 0
the semor class ami its gmdualmg members
SIGMA OMEGA PI SORORITY
Sigma Oinega Pi sorority 'wishes to extend its congratulations
to the graduating classes and to its graduating ineinhers
NELLIE LOU JAFI-'15
Mount Meifcy Acadeiny
SUSAN " KAPLAN
"Br ffzxlzimzieire and 'fm'11zz1fiQ'i.vf"
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Pete's Barber Shop
Town and Country
SQUIRREL HILL A.Z.A. 673
extends best wishes for the future to the graduating classes
of 1955 and to its graduating rneinbers
NATHAN LOUIS MARYN
Congratulations and Best IVis!ies
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TAU ALPHA MU SORORITY
extends sincere congratulations to the graduating classes
of 1955 and to its graduating members
VICTORY A. Z. A. 595
The members of Victory A. Z. fl. tithe this opportunity to
congratulate their grttttuatiug members :md to 'wish
them the hest of everything iu the future.
MERLE BERNARD IJEVINEX
THE 1955 ALLDERDICE
312 BOULEVARD OF THE AT,I,IES
HILL 15' STUDIO
214 N. H1GIfII,1XN1J IXVENUIT
235 COLLINS AVENUE
THF INTERSORORITY-INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL
extenzls sincere congratulations to the graclnating
classes of 1955.
,The To THE SENIORS,
'fype Club We hope that the 1955
Offers graclnates of the Taylor All-
Congnnulatiom clerclice High School will en-
lo joy this year hook.
The Seniors THE JOURNAL STAFF
Hearts of Stone-English 8 teachers
That's All I Wfant From 1'Y01l-M1'. McClymonds Cdiplomaj
Young and Foolish-Freshmen
High and M ighty-Seniors
Little Things Mean a Lot-Report Cards
High Society-The Prom
On Top of Old Sinoky-The VVa11
N o M ore-Cutting Class
H oine C oole-in'-Cafeteria Lunches
Sitting on Top of the World-"A" Students in English S
Lookin' Back-On Days at T.A.H.S.
Stairway to Paradise-After Graduation
Young at Heart-Seniors on Class Day
Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered-Qual Students
W anted-One Completed Theme
It's Wonderful-Class Play
It May Sound Silly-Class Day Entertainment
Froin 9 to 5-Type classes in 306
Anywhere I wander-Do you have any squeegees left?
Confused-Shorthand I Students
The Robe-"A" Choir
Someday-I'l1 make all A's
The senior class wou1dn't have been the same if:
All senior meetings had begun promptly.
Lorna Dunnett hadn't had a Student Council gavel.
Tom Lockaton hadn't been hurt so often.
Class play rehearsals had b-een sane.
Ryna Kitman hadn't cut her hair.
"Pinky" Levinson hadnlt been so fun loving.
Carl Solomon hadn't been handling money.
Dick Jordan hadn't been so handsome.
Robert Ash and joel Grotstein had behaved during seventh periods.
The rumor that went around the school-"No senior themes this year."
QFor some it was just a 1111110115
The crowds in the halls.
CAre seniors taking up more space?j
The constant subject of senior class committee reports-"W'e need more Money!
The tags that the Journal Staff wore-"J-Day is coming."
fWhat does that mean?j
Those dances that the senior class held.
CAnd had such a hard time thinking up names forlj
THEN TOO, THERE WERE-
Coming to school all dressed up for interviews or special trips.
fThose high heels are just not meant for the Allderdice stepsj
Getting out of classes for club pictures.
fDid you close your eyes for all of them?l
Discovering what committee you were on.
CH there a clean-up committee?j
Racking your brains for a clever idea for class boards.
Finding out it is expensive to graduate.
fBut nothing can stop us at this pointlj
Thank you so much, senior teachers, you indeed have been most kind,
You have 'helped each senior student to make up his senior mind
On such things as senior subjects or the choice of senior themes,
And now looking back upon i-t, how short this senior year seems.
Yes, we pay a tribute to you who endured our senior woes,
And as we travel the aisle down which every senior goes,
We would like to stop a minute before going seniors' ways
And thank you. senior teachers. for those lovely senior days.
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