Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1956
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T he Allderdice
Published jointly by t
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the january and june Classes of 1956
The Taylor Allderdice H igh School
Allderdice Alma Mater
To Allderdice a song of joy we raise.
Her trifold creed in word and deed we praise.
She stands on high to guide us through the days
Our loyalty we pledge to her always!
She stands on high to guide us through the days
Our loyalty we pledge to her always!
In quest of knowledge may she be our guide.
To serve her well, be this our aim and pride.
She leads us on as comrades side by side
To that fair goal where truth and love abide.
She leads us on as comrades side by side
To that fair goal where truth and love abide.
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The Oracle at Delphi once gazed into a steaming fissure in the earth,
and, lo, before his eyes appeared images of things to come. Unhappily that
crack in the ground has long since disappeared and with it the fabled for-tune
teller. Today if someone had oracular powers, we graduates might inquire as
to our fate in the future. Such a question would be especially noteworthy in
view of the public's opinion of the youth of today.
It has been difficult for our Class of 1956 to live in this chaotic time when
our contemporaries have become society's number one target for criticism.
We have worked diligently to overcome the screaming headlines and whispered
rumors, but it. often appears to be a losing battle against an evergrowing tide
of -misplaced sentiment. Perhaps only in the future can we prove to our
elders that they were wrong about us.
Gur class will provide America with good honest citizens, just as scores
of graduating classes before us have done. The odds are against our pro-
ducing another Einstein, Emerson, or Ruth-but we might. We will become
part of the American Scene and have our share of lawyers, steel-workers, and
businessmen. We will witness the approach of the Final VVar and try to avoid
it while jealously guarding our freedom. Our ultimate goal is peaceg and,
if We obtain it in any measure, our lives will have had purpose. Our expecta-
tions and ambitions will be gigantic, but inevitably we will be satisfied to
achieve one-tenth of them. Our fears complete with Atomic Age complica-
tions will be comparable to those our parents experienced. If we are wise,
we will allow them to help us over these familiar rough spots. If our children
prove to be another "problem" generation, we will help and defend them in
their time of need. We will learn that health and contentment are precious
and we shall prize them as long as they are ours. In summation we will be
guiding our footsteps, alone, and we hope to follow the right paths.
The Bible states that "Our lives are but a shadow between two eternitiesf'
but we hope that they shall be meaningful and sweet with the fruits of success
It is with great pleasure that the Journal Staff
and the january and june classes of 1956 dedicate
this year book, a product of their combined efforts,
to the senior advisers and teachers who gave un-
selfishly of their time and effort to make this
senior year a rewarding one. This is just a small
measure of thanks we owe to them, without whose
unselfish contributions and helpful suggestions our
many plans and projects would never have been
Januar Class Journal ta ff
Sponsor of Publications-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
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Rattner, Evelyn Weiss
jack Abrams, Marguerite Calcaterra, Mark Eckhouse, Sorel Berman, janet
Hecht, Reuben Katz
Margery Jubelirer, Carol Lincoff, Joy Post, Paul Segas, Stephen Veyo,
Sheila Dobrushin, Judy Klein, Rochelle Segal, Frances
Valko, Patricia Miller, Carol Kranack, Joyce Barnett
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Alma Hahalyak, Laurence Keisling, Jacqueline Kostrub, Gail Kruman, Judith
Levine, Kay Loikrec
Barbara Moll, Maxine Newhouse, Karen Parker, Annette Roscow, Richard
Schucker, Walter Scott
Susan Sheriff, Joyce Simon, Bernard Siegel, Ethel Stone, John Strauch,
DR. EARL M. McWILLIAMS
Junior High School
MR. J. D. McCLYMONDS
Junior-Senior High School
MR. ARTHUR W. THOMAS
Senior High School
Allderdice Hi h School F acult
Mr. J. D. McClymonds ...,...................... Principal
Mr. Arthur W. Thomas ............., Vice Principal
Mr. Earl M. McWilliams .......... Vice Principal
Mr. Hal C. 'l'eal . ,..,...... Vocational Counselor
Miss Leanore Allen ,.,...,....,.,,...................,.....,.,...
junior Vocational Counselor
Miss Isabel Zinn ...........,.....,...........,.... Chief Clerk
Mrs. Clara Armstrong .............,.............,...... Clerk
Mrs. Margaret Kieffer ...,.,,...,..................,.... Clerk
Mrs. Beatrice Sigel .......,..........,..................... Clerk
Miss Helen Johnson ...,..,. .,......., L ibrary Clerk
Miss Marie Mitchell ...., ,,...... L ibrary Clerk
Miss Austina Bradley... Book Room Clerk
Miss Jeanne Adams ....., Commercial Education
Miss Mary Allshouse ,....... .Physical Education
Mrs. Lucille Amasino .........,....................., English
Miss Theodora Arvanitas ,..................,.... English
Miss Charlotte Bailey ....,....... Home Economics
Miss Eleanor Bardsle Social Studies
Miss Elizabeth Klingensmith ..,,.,................ Latin
Miss Olivia Koenig ......,...,..,,...,..,......,....... Jewelry
Miss Martha Kunkle ...,..........,..,...... Mathematics
Mrs. Jenoise Leon .,...... ............. C lothing
Mr. William Levin .............. .....,.......,. S panish
Mrs. Virginia Lowe ........................,. ,........... V oice
Miss Kathryn McKinney ..........., Girls' Adviser
Mr. John McNertney ..,...... Physical Education
Mr. Carl Maus. .......... ..... ..... ............. M a t hematics
Mr. John Melvin ................................ Commercial
Miss Margaret Mercer ..,.. Physical Education
Mrs. Dorothy Meyer .....,... ........................... M usic
Mr. Donald Miller... .........,...............,..............
Law, Commercial Education
Miss Natalie Miller ....... .. ............,..,......... English
Miss Patricia Miller... .......... Home Economics
Miss Bertha Mitchell ,................... Social Studies
Mr. Norman Mulgrave ............... Social Studies
Mr. Howard Barnes..i,Distributive Education
Miss Louise Barthol ...., ........ ......... S o cial Studies
Mrs. Marjorie Bartrem ........,... ,............... E nglish
Miss Helen Bartrim .... Commercial Education
Miss Charlotte Beachler ,............. Social Studies
Mr. Lawrence Norris ........ ................... P hysics
Miss Jennie Norton ........,,,.. ....................... A rt
Miss Gertrude Oetting ........ .. ....... Librarian
Miss Mary O'Toole ....... ............... E nglish
Miss Elaine Pelaez ....... .. ....... ........ E nglish
Miss Alice Phipps ....... ., .. ......... Mathematics
Mr. Claude Sofield ............ Physical Education
Mr. Morris Beck ............,.......,...,... Social Studies
Miss Dorothy Bergman. ........., ................... F rench
Miss Alice Berry .......,.................. Social Studi'-ES
Mr. Samuel Blitz... ....,,.........,...... Social Studies
Miss Anna Bobnar ........ Physical Education
Miss Eleanor Boland ......... Physical Education
Miss Olive Bowlin . .................... English, Latin
Mrs. Della Braun .......... ......................... E nglish
Miss Mary Brennan .................................. English
Dr. Earl Burgard .............. Consumer Education
Mrs. Margaret Bush .,............. Home Economics
Mr. Edward Caye .......................,.... Mathematics
Mr. Robert Chemas .................................... Science
Mr. Lon Colborn .............,..........,...,.., Chemistry
Mr. Robert Colteryahn, Jr .....,.......... Print Shop
Mr. Jerome Cosgrove. .................. Electric Shop
Mr. Roy Dietz.. .......,....,................................. Band
Miss Catherine Eisaman ,................................. Art
Mr. John Fetter... .......................,.................... Latin
Miss Edith Finegold ................................. English
Mr. James Foerster. .....,.... .............. M athematics
Miss Catherine Folger. Mathematics, Science
Mrs. Helen Frankenstein ...... Home Economics
Miss Esther Geist ..,..................... Social Studies
Miss Lillian Goldstein ............ English, Spanish
Mrs. Fannetta Gordon ....,................,.... ...English
Miss Helen Gorman .......... ............... E nglish
Mr. Robley Hackett ........... . ................ Biology
Miss Elizabeth Hand ...................... Mathematics
Miss Margaret Hanrahan ..................................
Mr. Edwin Harr .,.......................... Social Studies
Miss Helen Hillard ............ ................... E nglish
Miss Rose Hartz ...............,.......,................ English
Mr. Irving Hyman .......,.....,............ Wood Shop
Miss Geraldine Hrabovsky .. Home Economics
Mr. Robert Irvin ................,....................... Science
Mr. John Irwin .... ...... ...,... P h ysical Education
Miss Jane Jchnston ...... .......,........ . ............ B iologv
Miss Ann Kasnitz ........ ........ S ocial Studies
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter.. ................,,,,..,,,.,. English
Dr. Anna Quattrocchi .................. Social Studies
Mr. Ray Ralston .................. .. ........ Mathematics
Miss Alouise Ramsay ,...,.. Home Economics
Mrs. Carolyn Rector ........, .Assistant Librarian
Miss Diantha Riddle ............... ....... .... E 1 iglish
Mr. Charles Roller .................................... Spanish
Mr. Charles Routh ............. Physics, Chemistry
Miss Leila Rupp ........ ........... . Social Studies
Mr. Alex Seigal ,......., ....... M echanical Shop
Miss Helen Sekey ..................... English, French
Mr. Leon Silzle ....................., ..,..... E lectric Shop
Mr. Franklin Simmen . .... .......... ......,........... S h op
Miss Katherine Skarinski .........,........... ....,.....
Mrs. Mae Weber Smith .............,.............. Biology
Mrs. Nancy Snively .................................... Science
Mr. Daniel Spillane. ............,........... Mathematics
Miss Edith Starz .,............................ Mathematics
Mr. Joseph Thompson. ...........,.... ............ E nglish
Mr. Gerrit Thorne.. ................... Social Studies
Mr. Robert Trumbull ......... ........ M athematics
Miss Ethel Turner ............ ........ M athematics
Mr. Martin Valenti ............ ,....... M athematics
Mr. Walter Voyvodich .. ..... . .... ......... O rchestra
Dr. Wesley Wagner .. ............... .... M athematics
M iss Elizabeth Warnock
Mr. Louis Weitzel ....... Physical Education
Miss Jessie Whitehill. ................. Social Studies
Mr. Regis Wiegand ........................,., English
Miss Margaret Winch ................... ....... . . .......
Mr. August Winterling... Mechanical Drawing
Miss Beryl Zeigler ....................... Social Studies
Miss Laura Zeigler. ..... ...... A ctivities Director
Miss Mary Eggert.. ................................. Matron
Mrs. Clair Roy ..................,. Locker Attendant
Mrs. Myrtle NVilliamson ...... Locker Attendant
" 'Tis a toast I propose," said the man as he rose
From his place in the great banquet hall,
And the 'fore noisy crowd was now wrapped in a shroud
Of dead silence. His presence stilled all.
A silver-haired man with a creased face of tan
And an ill fit-ting suit on his frame,
To my own line of thought he most surely seemed not
A great man of much fortune or fame.
But this haggard old gent, on whom such awe was spent,
Was a man I no doubt should revere:
So with a sensation of anticipation
His brief message I waited to hear.
" 'Tis a toast for each man," he then once more began,
And his goblet of glass he raised high.
" 'Tis a toast to a prize which ahead of you lies,
If you'll grab it and pass it not by.
That prize I'll now name . . . It's Achievement and Fame,
And it can, I assure you, yours be,
If your glass you'll but take and a :toast to it make,
If you'll drink to that treasure with me."
And then each wine-filled cup in a flash was raised up
By one hundred and more anxious arms
High above the cloth white, plates, and fine silver bright
Like five score bright red ruby-set charms.
But 'then said the old -man, with a wave of the hand,
With his forehead creased tight by a frown,
"Pray those goblets replace, there's one fact we must face-
It is not common wine we must down.
If The Book you'd unlatch and your name there enscratch
fLife's that locked volume of which I tellj
On a more sacred wine than of grapes you must dine . . .
'Tis the wine named Ambition . . . Drink well."
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January Class Officers and Committees
Vice President-William Martin
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
Januar Class Honor Students
Virginia C. Baltic
Le lie Cohen
JANUARY CLASS HOMEROOM TEACHERS
Mr. Howard Barnes
Mr. Robert Colteryahn, Jr.
Miss jane Johnston
Mr. August Winterling
JACK MYRON ABRAMS-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade, Fore-
word Photographer, Stage Crew, Slide Rule Club, journal Staff,
Drivers Club, Cafeteria Staff, Dramatic English Class, Class Play
Cast, Baud l, 2, 3
JUDITH ANN ADLER-Homeroom Secretary, lllth Grade, Vice
President, M.M.M., Book Club, Intermediate Discussion Club, Stu-
dent Council Alternate, Foreword Alternate, Fourth Period Hall
Patrol, Dramatic English Class, Honor Student
ROSEMARY C. ALBRECHT-junior Dramatics Club, F.T.A.,
Microscope Club, Rhythmic Swim, Senior Leaders, Special Dance
Group, All City Orchestra, Athletic Letters, Hockey Team, Cap-
tain, '53-'55, Schenley High School Play Day, Gregg Typing
Award, Honor Student
GERALDINE BANYAS-A.N,C., Fashion Shows, '53, '54, '55, To-
day's Business Girls, Assistant to Mr. Miller, Softball '54, Hockey
'54, Volley Ball '54, Advanced Clothing, Participant-Betty Crocker
BONNIE-RUTH BARRY-Homeroom Secretary - 7th, 8th, 9th
Grades, Vice President, 10th Grade, President, llth Grade, Class
Day Committee, Dramatic English, Senior Leaders, Intermediate
Discussion Club, junior Dramatic Club, Chorus 1. 3, 4, 5, Chorale,
Quartette, Ensemble, Soloist, Hockey, Basketball, Volley Ball,
Softball Tournaments, Athletic Letters, Civic Club Test, High
JOHN G. BEERING-United Nations Club, German Club, Hall
Patrol, Cafeteria Staff, Print Shop Foreman, Assistant Staff Mem-
ber in 214, Chorus 2, 3, 4, 5, Male Chorus, Glee Club, Varsity
Quartette, Choir Programs
JANECE BETTY BERKOWITZ Manager of Cheerleaders,
F.T,A., M.M.M., Captain of 4th Period Hall Patrol, Senior Lead-
ers, 214 Staff, Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4, 5, Cheerleaders, Volley Ball
Championship Team, Basketball Championship Team, Hockey and
Softball Tournaments, F.T.A. Convention at Slippery Rock, Ath-
IRWIN E. BERLINER-Distributive Education, Law Club, Hall
Patrol, Band 1, 2, Orchestra 3, 4, Heinz Field Trip
SOREL FAITH BERMAN - Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade,
Problems Committee Chairman, Social Committee, Journal Staff,
Dramatic English Class: 214 Service Staff, Student Council Repre-
sentative, Senior Discussion Club, College Club, Microscope Club,
Library Club, F.T.A., Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, All-City Senior High
School Orchestra: VVoodwind Quintet, Flute Trio, Woodwind
Sextet, Orchestra Programs, High Honor Student
BARBARA L. BIRD-Y-Teens, Today's Business Girls, Rhythmic
Swim, Hockey, Basketball, Mushball Tournaments, Advanced Sew-
LARRY BLOOM - Stamp Club, United Nations Club, Senior
Drivers Club, Hall Patrol, Slide Rule Club, Choir 3, 4, Male
Chorus, Glee Club, Intramural Softball, Swimming, Volley Ball,
RAYMOND TIM BOLGER-Stage Crew, Track Team, Softball
Team, Basketball Team: Advanced VVood Shop
jACK BROWN-Homeroom President. llth Grade: Prom Com-
mittee: Projection Club: German Club: Band 5: Basketball, 9th
Grade: Dramatic English: Band Programs: Talent Shows, Master-
MARLENE BUCCINA-Senior Drivers Club: Senior Leaders:
Service Club: junior Leaders: Hockey: Basketball: Volley Ball:
Softball: Advanced Clothing: Fashion Show: .-Xthletic Letter, '54
MARGUERITE j. CALCATERRA-Student Council Representa-
tive. 9th Grade: Prom Committee: Hospitality Committee: Program
Committee, F.T.A.: journal Staff: Intermediate Discussion Club:
College Club: Microscope Club: Service Club: Special Dance,
Pianist: Fashion Show. '52: Volley Ball Championship Team:
Hockey, Basketball. Mushball Teams: .-Xthletic Letters. '53-'S-1:
Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award: Civic Club Test:
D..-MR. History Award: National Merit Scholarship T'est: High
JOSEPH B. CAMPBELL - lintered from XVestinghouse High
School: Veteran. United States Marine Corps
MARLENE j. CHIOVITTI - Today's Business Girls: Hockey:
Basketball: Volley Ball: jewelry Proiects
PHYLLIS ELAINE CHOSKY--Secretary-Treasurer, 9th Grade:
Prom Conunittee: Publicity Committee, Student Council: Cafeteria
Staff: Hall Patrol: journal Staff: Periodicals Secretary: Dramatic
linglish: Class Play Cast: Modern Dance: Special Dance: Dance
Programs: Pittsburgh Advertising Essay Contest. lst Prize: Civic
Club Test: Gregg Typing Award: junior Leaders: Athletic Letter:
Fashion Show, '5Z: junior Dramatic Club: National Merit Scholar-
ship Test: High Honor Student
LESLIE COHEN llomtioom II'L5ltlLllf, 9th, llth, 10th Grades:
Physics Club: Stamp Club: Badminton Club: Marching Band:
Ctnnmenccment Soloist: jay Yee Basketball '52: Varsity Basketball
'53-'Stn Honor Student
PATRICIA M. CUNNINGHAM-eClass Day Committee: Hospi-
tality Committee: Student Council: F.T..-X.: Periodicals Secretary:
lournal Staff: Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: Modern
Dance: Special Dance: -lth Period Hall Patrol: College Club:
junior Dramatics Club: Volley Ball Championship Team: Hockez'
and Softball Tournzunents: Senior Leaders: junior Leaders: Play:
Day at Scbcnlcy: Dance Programs: F.'l'.."X. Delegate: Gregg Typing
Kward: Athletic Letters
RICHARD H. CUPPETT-Vice President. llth Grade: Varsity
Club: Physics Club: Track '55: jay Vee Basketball '53-'5-l: Volley
Ball '5-l-'55: D..X.B. .-Nward: .Xmerican Legion Award: Stage Crew!
:Xdvanced Mechanical Drawing: Honor Student
LINWOOD DAVENPORT---Drivers Club: Chorus 2, 3. 4, 5: Male
Chorus: jewelry l, 2: Print Shop Foreman: Metal Shop Foreman:
CHARLES LEONARD DAVIS-Cnited Nations Club: Slide Rule
Club: Drivers Training Club: Hall Patrol: Travel Club: Track '55:
Softball '5-1: .Ndvauced Mechanical Drawing
SHEILA DOBRUSHIN -- Student Council Publicity Committee:
lf.'l'..'X.. Social Committee: Traffic Survey: Library Art Staff: Book
Club: M,M.M.: College Club: F.T..eX.: 4th Period Hall Patrol: First
Prize in Chamber of Commerce Clean-Up Campaign: F.T..fX.
Regional Convention at Pitt: journal Art Staff
CHARLES W. DOYLE-Drivers Club: Distributive Education
Class: Special Shop
MARK LEE ECKHOUSE-Student Council, Problem Committee:
Stamp Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Glee Club: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: F.T.A.: Physics Club: College Club: Journal Staff:
Hall Patrol: Choir 2, 4: Band 1: Track '54-'55: Cross Country '54:
Volley Ball '54-'55: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Civic Club
Test: National Merit Scholarship Test: High Honor Student
HADASSA EICHENBAUM - Library Staff: Photography Club:
Book Club: F,T.A.: Drivers Club: Advanced jewelry
MICHAEL FEENY-Track '55: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff
JUDITH FELDSTEIN-College Club: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion
Club: Choir 3, 5: Fourth Period Hall Patrol
RICHARD ALAN FELDSTEIN-Co-Chairman of Gift Committee:
College Club: Key Club: Green Key Club: Radio Club: Badminton
Club: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball '54-'55: City Doubles
Champion in T'ennis
THEDA FINKEL-M.M.M., College Club, Library Representa
tive: Hall Patrol: Chorus 3, 4: Senior Class Gift Committee
ESTELLE PHYLLIS FISHER-Senior Class Treasurer: Presi-
dent, College Club: President, Senior Student Council: Publicity
Committee Chairman, Student Council: Senior Discussion Club:
F.T.A.: Special Dance: American Legion Award: Carnegie Insti-
tute of Technology Art Class Scholarship: High Honor Student
BERNARD FISHMAN-Secretary. Senior Class: Slide Rule Club:
Social Committee: Senior Discussion Club: United Nations: Glee
Club: Chorus Z, 3, 4. 5: Junior Glee Club: Choir Programs: Honor
SAMUEL DWIGHT FORD, JR.-Drivers Club: Stage Crew: Or-
chestra 4: Church Choir: Orchestra Concert
ETHEL F. FLETCHER-President, Allderdice Newcomers Club:
Secretary, All Girls Club: Social Committee: Book Club: F.T.A.:
Drivers Club: Service Club: Today's Business Girls: Cafeteria
Staff: Ushering Staff: Hall Patrol: 214 Staff: Gregg Shorthand
Award: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
REVA R. FLETCHER-Secretary of Allderdice Newcomers Club:
Treasurer of All Girls Club: Social Committee: Book Club: F.T.A.:
Drivers Club: Service Club: Today's Business Girls: Cafeteria
Staff: Ushering Staff: Hall Patrol: 214 Staff: Gregg Typing
Award: Gregg Shorthand Award: Honor Student
EUNICE FRISHMAN-Y-Teens: T'oday's Business Girls: Chorus
3, 4: Entered from Schenley High School in 10A
HAROLD GARFINKEL - Dramatic English, Class Play Cast:
Class Day Committee: United Nations Club: Orchestra 5: Chorus
5: Chorus Ensemble: Choir Programs
FERN GETTIS-junior Leaders: Garden Club: F.N.A.: College
Club: Hall Patrol: Gregg Shorthand Award
LAURA ANN GILSON-M.M.M.: American Legion Award: Jour-
nalistic Award: Shorthand Award: Entered from Gladstone, llB
CAROLE GLASS-Feature Editor of the Foreword: Co-Chairman
of the Senior Social Committee: junior Dramatics: Book Club:
Senior Discussion Club: F.T'.A.: Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff:
Assistant Editor of Journal: Dramatic English: Assistant Director
of Class Play: English 9: P.T.A. Panel Discussions: Gregg Typing
Award: National Merit Scholarship Test: High Honor Student
BETTY ANN GOLDSTEIN-Treasurer, Y-Teens: Student Secre-
tary in Main Office: Hall Patrol: College Club: United Nations
Club: Drivers Club: Bookroom Staff: Typing Award
SONDRA GOLDSTEIN I FA , FNA.: College Club: Today's
Business Girls: M.M.M.: Library Staff: Hall Patrol: Chorus l, 3.
4: Choir Programs
ESTELLE GREENBARG-Student Council: F.T.A.: Usher Staff:
Hall Patrol: Y-Teens: Chorus l: Junior Glee Club: Fashion Show:
Ikrotherhoorl Program: Typing Award: Betty Crocker Contest
ANDREW M. HALAPIN-Social Commit-tee: Square Dance Club:
junior Red Cross: Track '53-'54: Varsity Basketball '54-'56:
American Legion Award: Safety Award: Sons of American Revo-
lution History Award
ESTELLE HARRIS--Today's Business Girls: Drivers Club: Jun-
ior Lcaders: Basketball '52-'S3: Volley Ball '52-'5-1: Fashion Show:
Typing Award: Athletic Award: Service Award
RONALD HARTSTEIN-Law Club: Green Key Club: United
Nations Club: Physics Club: Hall Patrol: Vice President, Law
Club: Intramural Football, 9th-llth Grades
JANET ROSELYN HECHT-Publicity Committee: Service Club:
T'oday's Business Girls: A.N.C.: Teenage Book Club: College Club:
journal Staff: junior Y-Teen: Fashion Show: Gregg Shorthand
Award: Typing Award: High Honor Student
LEON H. HERMAN-Photography Club, Vice President: Secre-
tary. Tutoring Staff: junior Glee Club: Band Z: Choir Z, 4, 5:
Glee Club: Choir Programs: Special TV Program
FRANK JASKO-jewelry: .-Xdvanced Special Shop: Entered from
Gladstone in 10th Grade
MARGERY JUBELIRER - Student Council Social Committee:
Intermediate Discussion Club: Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: Journal
Staff: Special Dance: Dramatic English: Book Club: F.T'.A.: Col-
lege Club: Dance Programs: Class Play Cast: Honor Student
RICHARD H. JUDD-United Nations: Type Club: Chess Club:
REUBEN J. KATZ-Co-Chaiirmau Class Day Committee: Chess
Club: Slide Rule Club: Senior Discussion Club: Physics Club,
President: journal Staff: Green Key Club
IRENE LOIS KAUFMANfHall Patrol: Library Staff: Junior
Leaders' junior Glee Club Chorus l 3 Soccer '54 B s
.. 3 ' . : ' ' . 5 a,ketball '53:
Athletic Letters: Honor Student
LOWELL G. KAUFMANN Microscope Club Slide Rule Club
Garden Club: Drivers Club Model Airplane Club Hall Patrol
CAROLE JAYNE KOCH 17-X Social Committee A NC 'loday
Business Girls: Foreword Representative 9th 10th Grades Home
room Secretary, 9th, 10th Grades
ROBERT H. KOCH-Varsitv Club Conditionin Club Hall Pa
trol: Basketball '54: Varsity Football 53 w4 S5 Varsitv Swim
ming '53, '54, '55: Varsity IL er
AUGUST FREDERICK KOEHLE JR Lllllell NIHIIUIIS Club
Physics Club: Slide Rule Club Dramatic len lish Class Class
Play Cast: Intramural Softball H3 D XR History Xvlard Nmeri
can Legion Honorable Mention
FRANCES KRUPKA-Student Council Hospitalitv Committee
Junior Dramatics: Book Club I 'Xl X Isl X Special Dance
Student Council Alternate: Ioreword Staff College Club High
DONALD EARL LEVENSON Chess Club Drivers Club Tele
vision Program for Drivers Club Dele ate to Governor s Teen Age
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CAROL LINCOFF-Class Day Committee, Chairman: Publicity
Committee, Co-Chairman: Special Dance: Senior Discussion:
F.'l'.A.: journal Staff: Csher Staff: College Club: Sixth Period
Hall Patrol: lntermcdiate Discussion Club: junior Dramatics Club:
Hook Club: Honorable Mention in Cancer Poster Contest: Honor
JOAN LOIBMAN-Senior Discussion Club: Usher Staff: Service
Group: Volley Ball Championship Team '54: Softball '54: Honor
BARBARA A. LOPATA-3I'reasurer, Today's Business Girls: Hall
Patrol: Allderdice Newcomers: Mushball '53: Volley Ball
THEODORE LUNDY-Badminton Club: College Club, Vice Presi-
dent: Dramatic linglish: Drivers Club: Announcer for Swimming
'Feam in '54, '55: Co-Chairman, Prom Committee: Fourth Period
Hall Patrol: F.T.A.
DAVID MALAKOFF,-I'resideut, Senior Class: Dramatic English
Class: liootball '54, '55: Key Club: Tam O' Shanter Art Class:
Advanced Mechanical Drawing: Homcroom President, 7A: Honor
JAMES MAMAJEK-lintered from Central Catholic, '54: Basket-
ball '54: Special Shop Foreman: Track '54
BUDDY MARTIN-Vice President IZA Class: Homeroom Presi-
dent l0th, llth, 12th Grades: Metal Shop Foreman: Varsity Club:
Drivers Club: Varsity Football '53, '54, '55: Varsity Basketball '53,
'54, '55: Most Valuable Player Award: Optimist Award: Captain,
Basketball T'eam '55: High Honor Student
DAVE R. MASON-Class Day Conunittee: Varsity Club: Pitts-
burgh Public High School Tennis Champion '5-l, '55: Squash Cham-
pionship '54, '55
GEORGE MCFALLS--Iintered Allderdice in llth Grade from
VVc-stiughouse High School: Green Key Club: Chorus 4, 5: Bands
. 4, 5: Male Chorus: Male Quartet: Varsity Basketball '54, '55
. J ,
JOHN E. MILLARD-Hall Patrol, 10th Grade: Homeroom Basket-
' ball Team
EVA B. MILLER - Traffic Committee: Goodwill Committee:
M.M.M.: A.N.C.: Service Club: 214 Assistant: Usher Staff: Vollcy
Hall: Basketball: Softball: Hockey '53, '5-1: Gregg Typing Award:
---2 Gregg Shorthand Award: Athletic Award: Honor Student
JAMES MILLER-Intramural Basketball '54: Advanced Jewelry
DEBORAH MOLNAR-Microscope Club, Drivers Training Club,
Hall Patrol, Foreword Representative 10th, llth, 12th Grades,
Senior Leaders Club, Basketball, Hockey, Volley Ball, and Soft-
ball '53, '54 and '55, Athletic Award
ROBERT OBERFIELD-College Club, Drivers Club, Senior Dis-
cussion Club, Cafeteria Staff, 7th Period Hall Patrol, Bands 1, 2.
3, 4, 5, Marching Band
MARSHALL E. OSTROW - Prom Committee: United Nations
Club, Photography Club, College Club, Hall Patrol, Ushers Staff,
Drivers Club, Marching Band, Band 5, Basket Room Staff, March-
ing Band Letter
MARION C. PARADA-Drivers Club, Today's Business Girls,
Hall Patrol, Advanced Cooking
HAROLD PARIS-Chess Club, Slide Rule Club, Dramatic Eng-
lish, Class Play Cast, Electric Shop Foreman, D.A.R. Award
JOY NATALIE POST-United Nations Club, Teen-Age Book
Club, Student Council, Journal Staff, Cafeteria Staff, F.T.A.,
Intermediate Discussion Club, Dramatic English, Technical Di-
rector, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Gregg Typing Award, Honor Student
I A N UA R Y
PEGGY REICHENBACH - Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade,
Chorus 3, 5, Basketball '52, Advanced Foods, Clerical Training
NANCY LYNNE RENARD-Social Committee, Student Council,
Service Club, Today's Business Girls, Drivers Training Club,
A.N.C. Club, Assistant in 214, Majorettes, Chorus 4, 5, Chorale,
Soloist, Quartet, Ensemble Group, Gregg Shorthand Award, Gregg
Typing Award, American Legion Award, Volley Ball '52-'55, Bas-
ketball '54-'55, Mushball '52-'55, Hockey '54-'55
FAYE RATTNER-Editor-in-Chief, Foreword, Co-Captain, Cafe-
teria Staff, Assistant Director, Class Play, Gift Committee, Hos-
pitality Committee, Problems Committee, and Publicity Committee.
Student Council, Senior Discussion Club, Library Staff, Inter-
mediate Discussion Club, Hall Patrol, F.T'.A., Journal Staff, Junior
Dramatics, Community Chest Speaker, Civic Club Test, National
Merit Scholarship Test, Inter-Scholastic Tennis Tournament '55,
Pitt Scholarship, Commencement Speaker, High Honor Student
MAYE RATTNER-Secretary, F.T'.A., Co-Captain, Cafeteria Staff,
Student Council, Social Committee, junior Dramatics, Badminton
Club, F.T.A., Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs, Fore-
word Staff, journal Staff, Dramatic English, Community Chest
Speaker, Civic Club Test, National Merit Scholarship Test, Dele-
gate to F.T.A. VVestern Convention District, Pitt Scholarship,
Commencement Speaker, High Honor Student
ROBERT S. ROBINS-Chess Club, Law Club, Senior Discussion
Club, Garden Club, Stage Crew, Orchestra 3, English 10, Schol-
astic Achievement Award
EILEEN S. ROSENSON-Student Council, College Club, Usher
Staff, Library Representative, 4th Period Hall Patrol, Advanced
Foods, Homeroom Treasurer, 12A
PAUL J SEGAS Llass llmv Committee: Stage Crew Chief:
l,l'lVLI'N Llulm journal Staff Spatial Shop Foreman: Civic Club
est Honor Student
NANCY L SHALLENBERGER Usher Staff: Today's Business
1 trwnt ui o cy Ball '54-'55: Softball '55:
llotkty 54 ll skttball 53 4 Adxanctd Clothing: Gregg Short-
hand Mward Xincritan legion Award: Gregg Typing Award:
RICHARD W SHAPIRO Irom Committee: Green Key: United
tions Llulm lravtl Club Lollegt Club: Hall Patrol: Usher
Stiff lhnd w Nl.1rthing Band -Xll City Band: Intramural Basket-
OAN SHOW lodays lusmus Girls: Law Club: Y-Teens:
,ltvulry Xdmnetd Homt Ptononnes Homeroom Secretary, l0th
ROBERTA R SIEGWORTH lraffic Committee: Good-Will Com-
mittu Nl NIN1 714 Staff Senior Drivers: Chorus 5: Chorale:
uarttt Soloist in Choir Xll City Chorus: Volley Ball '53-'54:
etbrll G S ftlnll ul 54 Hotkey '53-'5-1: Gregg Typing
Xvx ml I rtgg Shorthand Mxard Honor Student
CAROLE LYNN SILVERMAN Class Day Committee: United
Nations Llub Lolltgt Club Lsher Staff: 4th Period Hall Patrol:
Hook Llub Qafttcrta Staff junior life Saving: Advanced Cloth-
RONALD ROSENSTOCK-Treasurer, Varsity Club: United Na-
tions: Travel Club: Drivers Club: -ltli Period Hall Patrol: Dra-
matic English: Class Play Cast: College Club: Model Airplane
Club: Usher Staff: Swimming Team '54, '55, '56
FERNE ROTH-Today's Business Girls: Glee Club: Chorus 3, 4:
Basketball '51, '5Z: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award:
Red Cross Project
JUDITH RUTH RUBIN-Junior Dramatics: M.M.M,, Treasurer!
Hospitality Committee: Class Day Committee: Intermediate Dis-
cussion Club: F.T'.A.: F.N.A.: Cafeteria Staff: Chorus l, 3, 4:
Student Council Representative
LOUIS SCENNA-Advanced jewelry: Metal Shop: Special Shop
ETHEL FAYE SCHACHTER-Talent Shows: Social Committee:
Modern Dance: Advanced Clothing: Dramatic English Class:
F.T.A.: Junior Dramatics: Hall Patrol: Junior Y-Teens: College
Club: Fashion Show: Clothing Award
JOAN LINDA SCHMEISER-Junior Y-Teens, Secretary: F.Ti.A.l
College Club: United Nations Club: Hall Patrol: Library Staff:
Orchestra 3, 4, 5: Fashion Show
JACK SLOAN-President, Varsity Club, Varsity Football '53, '54,
'55, Captain, Football Team '55, Track '55, Swimming '53, Ad-
vanced Mechanical Drawing, D.A.R. Award, All-City Football
Team, Homeroom President, 12th Grade
HOWARD P. SMITH-Hall Patrol, 10th, llth, 12th, Intramural
Basketball '52, '53, '54, Special Shop
WILLIAM SOPIRA-Senior Social Committee, Student Council
Social Committee, Drivers Club, Varsity Club, College Club,
Type Club, Hall Patrol, Track Team '54, '55, Basketball '54, State
Track Championship Delegate, City Championship, Shot Put, Var-
ROSALIE JANE SPECTER-President, Book Club, Vice Presi-
dent, United Nations Club, Prom Committee, College Club, Senior
Discussion Club, Dramatic English, Make-up Chief, Hall Patrol,
Cafeteria Staff, Foreword Representative, 9th, 10th Grades, Chorus
l, 3, 4, 5, Chorale, Ensemble Group, History Radio Program,
Gregg Typing Award, Honor Student
EILEEN JAYNE SPOKANE-Foreword Representative, 10th, 12th
Grades, Majorettes, Sergeant, F.T.A., F.N.A., Microscope Club,
Library Staff, Cafeteria Staff, Hall Patrol, M.M.M.: Chorus 4,
All-City Choir, Volley Ball '54, Basketball '54, Softball '54
FREDERICK CHARLES STEIN-Stamp Club, Model Airplane
Club, Science Club, Travel Club, Senior Drivers, Microscope
Club, Radio, Hall Patrol, Intramural Football, Basketball
JULIEN STERNBERGER Green Ixey President, Student Coun-
cil, Social Committee, Senior Class, Co-Chairman Social Com-
mittee, United Nations Club, Fourth Period Hall Patrol, Foreword
Representative, 10th Grade, Band l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Intramural Swim-
FRANCES T. VALKO-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th-10th Grades,
Homeroom Secretary, llth-12th Grades, Secretary, Today's Busi-
ness Girls, F.T.A., Journal Art Staff, Volley Ball '52, '53, Hockey
'54, Basketball '53-'54, Mushball '51, '52, '53, Gregg Shorthand
Award, Gregg Typing Award, B'nai B'rith Art Award, American
Legion Award, F.N.A., Honor Student
STEPHEN VEYO-Class Day Committee, Journal Staff, Stage
Crew, United Nations Club, Drivers Club, Physics Club, Ad-
vanced Mechanical Drawing, American Legion Award, Civic Club
Test, National Merit Scholarship Test, Commencement Speaker,
High Honor Student
LINDA VINOCUR-F.T.A., Treasurer, Social Chairman, IZA So-
cial Committee, Student Council Representative, l2A, Special
Dance, Journal Staff, Intermediate Discussion Club, Book Club,
Junior Dramatics, College Club, Hall Patrol, Chorus 1, Civic
Club Test, Honor Student
JAMES B. WALFISH-Homeroom Vice President, l2A, Varsity
Club, Football '52, '53, '54, '55, Special Shop, Football Letters
BARBARA J. WEIL4Vice President, Y-Teens, United Nations
Club, Drivers Club, Hall Patrol, Library Staff, Orchestra 4,
Volley Ball '52, Advanced Foods
BARBARA EVA WEINER4L'nited Nations Club: College Club:
ICANN-X': 'l'.,t1gty'5 Busiiit-ss Girls: Library Staff: Chorus l, 5, 4, U:
Chorale: .Xdvanced Foods: Hall Patrol: Choir Programs
EVELYN SHIRLEY WEISS - liditor-in-Chief, The Foreword:
Chairman, Senior Gift Committee: ,lournal Staff: Library Staff:
Senior Discussion Club: F.'l'..X.: Cafeteria Staff: Book Club: Hall
Patrol: junior Dramatics: Dramatic linglish Class: Qualitative
.Xnalvsis Class: linglish 9: Commencement Speaker: ,lunior Tovvn
Xleetiing of the .Xir: S..'X.R. Award: Gregg Typing Award: Civic
Club 'l't-st: National Merit Scholarship Test. Semifinalist: High
ISAAC WHITAKER-Alintered from Gladstone in l0th Grade
ZELLA ROSE WILLIAMS-Square Dance Club: Chorus 4, 5:
Chorale: D..'X.R. Award
SONIA J. WINERf-Hall Patrol: Senior Prom Committee, Book
Committee: Modern Dance: College Club: F.'l'..-X.: M.M.M.: Chorus
l: Modern Dance Programs: Talent Show: Gregg Typing .Xward
MARSHALL WNUK - Senior Social Committee: Varsity Club:
Conditioning Club: Football '55, '54, '55: Special Shop Foreman:
Yolley Hall '54, '55: Track '55: Homeroom Secretary, lllth Grade:
i EUGENE J. KUBAN-Chess Club: intramural llasketball '54
CAREY RAFFERTY Special Shop Foreman
BARRY HARRIS SAMUELS
VIRGINIA BALTIC WILLIAM KESTERTON
WILLIAM ALLEN BREUCKEN PAUL KRUSPIR
MICHAEL CHASSER JOAN VALERI
ROSE MARY GRAUERT
JACK PAUL WYMARD-Secretary, Varsity Club: Senior Socia
DIANE BOGERT-Foreword Representative, llth Grade: Library
Staff: Hall Patrol: junior Discussion Club: 'l'oday's Busines
Girls: Service Club: junior Glee Club: junior Leaders: Chorus l
Basketball '52: Gregg T'yping Award: Gregg Shorthand Award
Fashion Show, 10th Grade: Honor Student
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SHEILA DUNNETT-M.M.IXl.: Secretary of Library Staff: Co-
Chairman of Senior Prom Committee: Student Council Social Com
mittee: Chairman of Hospitality Committee for Student Council
F.'l'..-X.: Square Dance: Dramatic English Class: Orchestra 3, 4
pm Regional Convention of Student Council: ,-Xnterican Legion .Xward
D..-X.R. Award: S..-XR. Award
Committee: Key Club: Varsity Football '53, '54: Intramural Basket'
RONALD GRANT ZEILER-Service Award, Sth Grade: Projec-
I W-M tion Club: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Stage Crew
NATALIE FAE ZIFF - Student Council Publicity Conunittee:
F.'l'.A.: Garden Club: Slide Rule Club: Dramatic English Class,
Y-Teens: College Club: Glee Club: Basketball: Softball: Yolley
Ball: Fashion Show: Gregg Typing .-Xward: Honor Student
January Class Commencement
PROCESSIONAL-POIHP and Circumstance A...,..A........,.....,.
Band-Mr. Roy Dietz, Director
INvocATIoN ....., ....... R evereu
d Raymond Doherty
Pastor, St. Rosalia Church, Greenfield
FLUTE SOLO-Ill An Eighteenth Century Drawing Room ,....,..
Rosalie Specter, Accompanist
PRESENTATION OF FLOWERS .,.i.... ..,,.i ...,.,,......,,...,....,...,
David Breakstone, June VVilliam
PIANO SOLO-DHHSC ..,. .,...T.......,........,...,,..,.,.,...,.,.......,.,.....
, .........,. June Class, 1956
A THOUGHT CONCERNING THE YEARS AHEAD
On Education .,...r,.....,.....,..,.i....,.....,..,.........,...,,.....,... Maye Rattner
On Science ,,,,........ ,.,,.r... E velyn Weiss
On Automation ,....,, .,...... S tephen Veyo
On Religion ........,, ,,.,.,. F aye Rattner
TRUMPET SOLO-My Regards ..........,........,,..........,,..,.........,. .. . ........ Llewellyn
Marguerite Calcaterra, Accompanist
CLASS GIFT ..,..................,....,............,... ......,.....,.,.. I anuary Class, 1956
David Malakoff, January
Hospodi Pomilui ...... .,
The Beatitudes ,,.......,.....,..........,.....
john Strauch, June
A Cappella Choir-Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
AUTHORIZATION OF DIPLOMAS rs...i..,.....,.....,..,.........,ri...s,..,...
Director of Personnel
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS ........
Mr. Harvey P. Roberts
, Pittsburgh Public Schools
. ,...............,........,... Mr. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
REcEssIoNAL-Sons of Liberty ..,.....r.......,.,....
Januar Class Pla
MY THREE ANGELS
A Comedy in Three Acts
. . . . .. . ,,.., ,..Haro1d Garfinkel
,. ,, Phyllis Chosky
. Margery jubelirer
.. ,. Fred Koehle
jules . , ,, Harold Paris
Joseph A ,. Ronald Roseustock
Henri Trochard ., ,..,.. ,. . . Jack Brown
Paul . . jack Abrams
Lieutenant , .. ,,........ .,,.. . . ...,......., ,, ,Mark Eckhouse
Assistant Directors . ,. ,... .. ,.., .. ,.., .,.Carole Glass, Faye Rattner
Technical Director, . . .. ,..,,.,... ....,..,.. .,.. ......... ....,..,. ,,...,, ....,, . . J o y P ost
Make-up Crew Chief. ,,..,...,..i. .. .,,.. Rosalie Specter
Hand Props , ..,.. . Judy Adler, Evelyn Weiss
Set Props . ,...,.. .. ,. ,, ,. ..,,.. ,. Teddy Lundy
Costumes ..,. ,Bonnie Barry, Ethel Schachter
Business and Publicity ...,. ,. . ,. ,.... .. joy Post
Scenery, , . . . .,.......... ....,..... . . ...,...,,. ,,.........,...,.. M ark Eckhouse
Prompters Sorel Berman, Natalie Ziff, Maye Rattner
Stage Crew Chief . .. ,..,..,.. , ,... .....,,..,, . .....,.....,.. . .. ...,,Pau1 Segas
Stage Crew ,. Richard Cuppelt, Sam Ford, Charles Davis,
Rowland jones, Steve Veyo
Directors Miss Edith Finegold, Miss Mendonca
DRAMATIC ENGLISH CLASS
218 Teahouse of the August Moon
The most honorable Mr. Winiterling, like wise Confucius, sits in regal
splendor on the throne of 218. Often bedeviled and bewildered by his seniors,
he nevertheless accepts their foibles philosophically. He has been persuaded,
however, to utter a few opinions about these strange creatures.
Read on to see what the most AUGUST WinterLING says of:
Thought: Most honorable president of senior class
Most exalted player of football
Conclusion: He has every situation well in hand.
Thought: Most revered president of Physics Club
Conclusion: Leader of men Cfollower of womenj
Thought: Most alert of office workers
Most active of Today's Business Girls
Conclusion: Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of
Thought: Most fit of physicists-to-be
Most uncomplaining of Class Play prompters
Conclusion: With countenance demure and modest grace, she does her job
Thought: Most able collector of senior dues
Most watchful of hall patrollers
Conclusion: In quiet and c-onfidence will be her strength.
Thought: Most efficient of Foreword editors
Most high-ranking in class
Conclusion: Is not every able editor a ruler of the world?
Thought: Most honorable secretary of senior class
Most cheerful of A Cappella Choir
Conclusion: Some think the world is made of song and laughter-so does he.
Thought: Most petite of dancers
Most charming of future secretaries
Conclusion: Pert, perky, and pretty, too.
Thought: Most trustworthy member of Service Club
Most original member of Journal Staff
Conclusion: Her tongue keeps pace with her thoughts.
Thought: Most rhythmic marcher of honorable band
Most good-looking of usher staff
Conclusion: A gentleman from top to toe.
Thought: Most highly regarded of swimmers
Most aggressive of convicts in class play
Conclusion: His interests flower in all directions.
Thought: Most golden of voice
Most talented on honorable trumpet
Conclusion: Music is his breath of life.
Thought: Most bubbling member of Qual Class
Most successful of test-takers
Conclusion: She opens her mouth with wisdom.
Thought: Most diligent chairman of honorable prom committee
Most amusing of class clowns
Conclusion: A merry heart goes all the day.
Thought: Most industrious member of social committee
Most agile of Modern Dancers
Conclusion: Lovely to look at, delightful to know.
Thought: Most dainty of honorable seamstresses
Most speedy of typists
Conclusion: A little sunshine goes a long, long way.
Thought: Most zealous of note-takers
Most invaluable aid to Miss Allen
Conclusion: With her, it's no sooner done than said.
Thought: Most courteous of library assistants
Most quiet of promising engineers
Conclusion: Men of few words are best.
Thought: Most daring of yacht racers
Most worthy student of history
Conclusion: Nothing is impossible to the willing heart.
Thought: Most ardent supporter of football team
I Most physically endowed of discus-throwers
Conclusion: A mighty athlete-he.
Thought: Hardest of workers in honorable steel mill
Most upstanding in class
Conclusion: He's six feet and carries himself like a banner.
Thought: Most progressive of College clubbers
Most original collector of tropical fish
Conclusion: He said little but to the point.
Thought: Most patient member of honorable
Most effervescent of Majorettes
Conclusion: She's an all-star hit.
Thought: Fleetest of honorable mile-runners
Most impish of auditorium ushers
Conclusion: Beneath this mild exterior is a deal of deviltry.
Thought: Most skilled of tennis players
Most effective of gift committee chairmen
Conclusion: A sporting man is a fair man.
Thought: Most praiseworthy thrower of discus
Most excellent of mechanical draftsmen
Conclusion: His strength is the strength of ten.
Thought: Most learned veep of Law Club
Most capable robe chairman of choir
Conclusion: Without music. life would be a mistake.
Thought: Most promising of future teachers
Most hardworking of technical directors
Conclusion: A thing of 'beauty is a joy forever.
Thought: Most persistent patroller of halls
Most proficient taker of pictures
Conclusion: A snappy lad-with or without his camera.
Thought: Most dynamic of class play dramats
Most creative of artists
Conclusion: Charm is the measure of attraction's power.
Everything hums when Phyllis comes.
Thought: Most accomplished collecter of honorable records
Most speedy taker of shorthand
Conclusion: From nine to five she'll keep on working.
ZELLA ROSE XVILLIAMS
Thought: Most energetic of square dancers
Most efficient of future homemakers
Conclusion: She's beautiful, and therefore to be wooed.
Thought: Most outstanding of Student Council Representatives
Most capable captain of cafeteria staff
Conclusion: Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.
Thought: Most cheerful of accelerated students
Most statuesque of fashion models.
Conclusion: The hoys tip their hearts to her.
Thought: Most lilting voice in choir
Most contagious laugh in class
Conclusion: A witty woman is a treasure: a witty beauty is a power.
ROBERT OB ER FIELD
Thought: Most zealous member of the Cafeteria Staff
Most skilled member of hand
Conclusion: Bright young man with a horn.
Thought: Most resourceful of Today's Business Girls
Most harmonious of A Cappella Choir
Conclusion: She and her singing are alike-both totally pleasant
Thought: Most pleasant of Speech Class
Most ambitious member of College Club
Conclusion: Zealous but modest.
Homcroom Teacher . .. .,... ........,. . .... .,..Mr.
President .. . . ...,.
Vice President . , ,... .. .
Secretary . .
Treasurer , ,.. ,. ..
Foreword Representative . . .
Student Council Representative .
.. David Malakoff
. ,Ilene Rosenson
2- T S
First Row--Sondra Goldstein, Geraldine Banyas, Judy Adler, Carole Glass, Marlene
Buccina, Judy Feldstein, Estelle Fisher
Second Row-Leslie Cohen, Patricia Cunningham, Roberta Siegworth, Eva Miller, Reva
Fletcher, Sorel Berman, Irene Kaufman, Janice Berkowitz, Ethel Fletcher, Marlene
Third Row--Andrew Halapin, Jack Abrams, Ronald Hartstein, Rosemary Albrecht, John
Beering, Marguerite Calcaterra, Bonnie Barry, Joan Loibman, Barbara Bird, Debbie
Molnar, Mr. Colteryahn
Fourth Row-George McFalls, Dave Mason, Jack Sloan, Sam Ford, Fred Koehle, Charles
Davis, Robert Koch, Mark Eckhouse, Richard Cuppett, Tim Bogler, Lynwood Davenport
First Row-Estelle Greenbarg, Maye Rattner, Eileen Rosenson, Joy Post, Zella Rose
Williams, Janet Hecht, Joan Schmeiser, Barbara Weiner
Second Row-Diane Bogert, Natalie Ziff, Betty Goldstein, Phyllis Chosky, Evelyn Weiss,
Ethel Schachter, Carole Silverman,. Rcsalie Specter, Ferne Gettis, Eileen Spokane
Third Row-Eugene Kuban, Reuben Katz, Eunice Frishman, Faye Rattner, William Sopira,
Leon Herman,. Richard Feldstein, Bernard Fishman, Harold Garfinkel, Mr. Winterling
Fourth Row-Richard Shapiro, Robert Oberfield, David Malakoff, James Mamajek, Ronald
Rosenstock, Marshall Ostrow, Robert Robins, Lowell Kaufmann, Michael Feeney
"Hot Off the Press '9
Editor .,.....,.4,. ...............
Want Ads ,.
Mr. R. M. Colteryahn
. .........,..,..Carole Glass
Our reporters are through
And at last we have news
Of our homeroom and each single
It's HOT OFF THE PRESS
And we've done our best
To make it worthwhile to remember.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
The editor who was the greatest,
A man with terrific appeal,
Mr. Colteryahn will be remembered
As a teacher with a high ideal.
The play was performed
With a hard working group:
They all did their share-
So to them a salute.
Though not in the play
Bonnie Barry did star
To make our costumes
The greatest by far.
Mark Eckhouse had a small part'
But yet well perfectedg
As lieutenant he was grand
And greatly accepted.
As one of our prompters
Sorel Berman rates a cheerg
She kept on repeating
So everyone could hear.
One of the directors,
Carole Glass, of whom we boastg
She really was unbeatable,
And to her we give a toast.
As Madame Parole
Pat Cunningham rated highg
VVithout her performance
We couldn't have gotten by.
Judy Adler was the prop's chief
Who was always on the gog
She acted out her part
'lfo make the olay a hit show.
Fred Koehle, one of the angels,
VVith Adolphe by his side
Really was a character-
That certainly can't be denied.
The prince charming of our play
jack Abrams did shine.
He wasn't bitten by the snake,
And he surely was quite fine.
All Time Greats
Hockey, and the rest
YVhether pros or semis
They all do their best.
The swimming trophy
Goes to Barbara Bird,
Of her great feats
You've tmost likely heard.
Vllith stick in hand
And puck on ground,
Marlene Buccina's goal
H as been spread around.
As all-round athlete
Rosemary Albrecht is great:
At hockey or swmminsf
She's a perfect teammate.
Both near and far
They've heard of her:
Debbie Molnar's hockey
ls what they prefer.
Chosen for All-City,
Captain of the team.
Jack Sloan for football.
'Touchdown' they scream.
Another man of action,
Football's also his gameg
'lo be a great receiver
Is Bob Koch's chief aim.
Iia1apin's six feet plus
Surely comes in handy,
For basketball's captured
That fancy of Andy.
Known around the city
Dave Mason is a menace,
Always on that ball
For squash or tennis.
Always fair, never foul,
Is his fervent pleag
When Cohen's near the basket,
'Ihere's a shout for Leslie.
A, piano teacher that's always ready,
Look for our girl, Marlene Chiovitti.
For cuts or pains that do grow worse,
Rely on Irene Kaufman, a future nurse.
lfor a career in the Army as lieutenant
Sam Ford will be there no matter what
From coast to coast, Eva Miller is re-
As a great stenographer she'll wear
His tones always so soft and so sweet
To hear Linwood Davenport's voice is
joan Loibman is good at dictation:
As a typist she will cause a sensation.
A secretary who is apt at shorthand-
Ferne Roth is there at your command.
Charles Davis, a coming expert engi-
In this field he is sure to domineer.
Aeronautical engineering for a pro-
To Richard Cuppett has become an
Tim Bogler to answer our petition
For a radio and television electrician.
A WAVE is what Peggy Reichenbach
wants to be,
a treat. For then, she is sure to drive the
, , , , sailors cra-a-zy.
An operatic voice with a ballerina '
touch, janece Berkowitz, a cheerleader at
Roberta Siegworth is fortunate to have PC1111 State.
so much. As a physical therapist, she will also
By Hedda Kopper
As a yearly highlight, once again
seniors from all over Taylor Allder-
dice High School have attended the
big event of the year - graduation.
Costumes and colors were highlighted
mainly by black robes and fashionable
hats with green tassels. Original
among the group were the Fletcher
twins, Reva and Ethel, arrayed in
matching robes and colors and chatting
excitedly about their future secretarial
plans. Also present at the grand af-
fair was Estelle Fisher, leading mem-
ber of Student Council, radiant in a
green and white tassel affair attached
to her "chapeau" fl-Trench for hatj.
Going conservative also, we find John
Deering, Larry Bloom, and Ronald
Hartstein very honorably discussing
future plans and education-john, a
jet pilot, Larry a lawyer, and Ronnie
a pre-med student.
After a completed program full of
frenzied excitement, 214 became the
center of activity, buzzing with such
bits of conversation as that concerning
Tab McFal1s, Geraldine Banyas, and
Marguerite Calcaterra. It seems that
Tab's radiant voice was at its best in
the "A" choir's performance at the
program and rated much fanfare.
Geraldine. making an imposing pic-
ture in her black creation was look-
ing forward to her future secretarial
position as was Marguerite whose fu-
ture plans include that of being a
medical secretary. Through a clear-
ance of robes and hats, I had an op-
portunity to speak to Judy Feldstein
and Sondra Goldstein, concluding my
evening by congratulating 'ludy's won-
derful work on the social committee
and Sondra's future plans for model-
ing. Finally, with the evening's en-
tertainment at a close. I departed with
a wish of luclf to all the seniors in
their future endeavors.
OUR TRIFOLD CREED
For years we've been reciting our school motto-"Know, Do, Be." How-
ever, we never understood the true meaning of these words until we reachezl
our senior year. Now, we, the experienced ones, can clear up this enigma for
Someone on line duty in the cafeteria
How many miles of railroad tracks there are in the United States
Your lines, "Kiddie-boos"
Where Mr. Wiegand lurks at all times
Turn your paper from the bottom up in Dr. Quattrocchi's class
Park away from the yellow line at the wall
Take notes on Mr. Routh's visual aids
Count the days until graduation
Ware of College Boards
Republican in Mr. Colborn's class
At every bake sale
Sure to button the back of your ivy league collar
Miss Johnston 's 38 Flavors
Homeroom Teacher ...............,.......,.......,A.........,,........,.,,.. Miss Jane Johnston
President ..,4..,,,......,,,.,... .......... ......,...,...... ,...,....., W i 1 liam Martin
Vice President ...,....... ...,.,... J ames Walfish
Secretary ....,.,i,.,...,....4,...... ......... F rances Valko
Treasurer ....A.......,..,.....,....,,...,..... ..r.i....,. S tephen Veyo
Foreword Representative ..............., ....., M argery Jubelirer
Student Council Representative ,,.4,.,4.,...,.........,..i..,................ Linda Vinocur
What's that large colonial building over there that smells of formalde-
hyde? Oh, I see! It's Miss johnston's ice cream parlor. I hear that she has
every flavor under the sun, and a few extra at that. VVell, as they say, variety
is the spice of life . . . and all that. And that's what makes our homeroom
so wonderful as it is . . . the variety of people in it.
Maricopa . . . Jack Brown . . . mellow . . . the "Barrymore" of 465 . . .
hair with which a girl would never be blessed . . . iimpish grin
Strawberry Ripple . . . joe Campbell . . . casual . . . tall and well-built
. . . What a man! . . . friendly . . . "See what I mean?"
Banana . . . Sheila Dobrushin . . . sweet . . . the artist of our homeroom
. . . smart dresser . . . "Sheila!" QWhich one, Miss Johnston?j
Mint . . . Sheila Dunnett . . . refreshing . . . prompt CPD . . . voice like
a bubbling stream . . . intellectual . . . You Tech girls had better watch out!
Strawberry . . . Hadassa Eichenbaum . . . cheerful . . . freckles . . . can
always find her knitting . . . looks like a little baby doll . . . strawberry blonde
Orange Sherbet . . . Theda Finkel . . . placid . . . contented . . . "Do we
have a Spanish vocabulary test today?" . . . "Tiby" . . . pretty hair styles
Lemon Sherbet . . . Laura Ann Gilson . . . blonde and fluffy . . . one of
the very few who really study in homeroom . . . willowy . . . sweet smile
Caramel . . . Estelle Harris . . . smooth . . . dimples and cherry cheeks
. . . quite a gal . . . "All right Sam!" . . . competent secretary . . . freckles
Mello Fruit . . . Frank Jasko . . . pleasant . . . mellow personality and
voice . . . tactful . . . friendly . . . sincere . . . "No, not I, Miss Johnston!"
. . . clever
French Vanilla . . . Margie jubelirer . . . sophisticated . . . our Sarah
Bernhardt . . . "But, Miss johnston-" . . . three cheers for the purple and white
Butterscotch . . . Carole Koch . . . sweet . . . What a figure! . . . different
boy-friend every year . . . changing hair styles
Coffee . . . Fran Krupka . . . tantalizing . . . friendly . . . Oh, that jet
black hair . . . "My feature got in the Foreword !" . . . "May I draw on the
Pistachio . . . Donald Levenson . . . lively . . . fun at the class picnic
. . . good natured . . . nice to be with . . . amiable
Neopolitan . . . Carol Lincoff . . . versatile . . . "Freud says-" . . .
Quo vadis, Carol? . . . rosy cheeks . . . and then there's art, music, and
Peach . . . Barbara Lopata . . . delicate . . . pretty blonde hair . . . "I
dunno, I can't think today." . . . big brown eyes . . . friendly smile . . . witty
Vanilla . . . Buddy Martin . . . the universal flavor-the all-around kid
. . . Oh! Buddy! . . . He eats Wheaties for breakfast . . . "Hi! Whadd'ya
Walnut . . . John Millard . . . reserved . . . "I'm up here, Miss Johnston!"
. . a good worker . . . sincere . . . a really nice guy
Malt . . . Jim Miller . . . wholesome . . . always calm, cool, and collected
. . tall ...N typical American boy . . . blond, wavy hair
Raspberry . . . Marian Parada . . . charming . . . wonderful s-mile . . .
a most able secretary . . . and she studies in homeroom . . . well-liked by all
Lime Sherbet . . . Harold Paris . . . cool . . . maybe an angel in the class
play, but, oh, in homeroom . . . dramatic ability . . . forceful personality
Black Cherry . . . Carey Rafferty . . . vibrant . . . curl in the middle of
his forehead . . . always up to tricks . . . Oh! Those baby-blue eyes! . . .
Rainbow . . . Nancy Renard . . . harmony . . . lovely voice . . . honor
student . . . Boy! Can she cook! . . . Miss .Iohnston's buddy . . .nice
Chocolate Marshmallow . . . Judy Rubin . . . Jolly . . . "What'll I get
in citizenship?" Parlez-vous francaise, Judy? . . . the little seamstress
Spumoni . . . Barry Samuels . . . a treat . . . crew-cut . . . good-look-
ing . . . a real lady's man . . . big brown eyes . . . captivating grin
Anise . . . Lou Scenna . . . tangy . . . quite a guy . . . full of vim and
vigor . . . He's got what it takes . . . real hep . . . sharp
Maple Nut . . . Paul Segas . . . smooth . . . beaming personality . . .
stage crew chief . . . a "considerable" person . . . intelligent . . . really tops
Chocolate Ripple . . . Nancy Shallenberger . . . popular . . . always blush-
ing . . . "Where's Nancy?" . . . warm personality . . . good worker . . . sweet
Burnt Almond . . . Howard Smith . . . subtle . . . one of the gang . . .
"Smitty" . . . easy to get along with . . . swell guy . . . tops with all the girls
Butter Pecan . . . Fred Stein . . . full of surprises . . . oratorical ability
. . . "Nope!" . . . explorer scout . . . planning to attend Penn State
Chocolate . . . Julien Sternberger . . . everyone's favorite . . . our capable
social chairman . . . "Now, do you want another affair or not?" . . . manly
Pineapple . . . joan Valeri . . . pleasant . . . jet black hair . . . lively
. . "joan, I've used up more tardy slips for you" . . . nice sense of humor
Whitehouse . . . Fran Valko . . . clean-cut . . . typical all-American girl
. . What pretty blonde hair you have, my dear . . . "Where's Cookie?"
Cocoanut . . . Steve Veyo . . . fourth in the class . . . Stevie, you made
a wonderful Browning . . . a necessity at the stage . . . "Class dues, please."
Ginger . . . Linda Vinocur . . . pep . . . a female Uncle Miltie . . . "I'd
like to make a little announcement" . . . gorgeous figure . . . boy friends,
Chocolate Mint . . . James Walfish . . . happy . . . top-notch athlete
. . . sweet and considerate . . . "Fish" . . . a hard worker . . . intelligent
Peppermint Stick . . . Barbara Weil . . . charming . . . "Shh, I want to
study! . . . wears beautiful clothes . . . "VVho's Irving?" . . . pretty
Cinnamon . . . Sonia Winer . . . spicy . . . 'Tm nervous!" . . . future
Power's model . . . always busy . . . "Miss Johnston, you must eat my pump-
Mint Chip . . . Marshall Wnuk . . . energetic . . . full of the old get-
up-and-go . . . Hey! Get a hold of Julien! . . . ladies' choice . . . athletic
Toasted Almond Fudge . . . Jack Wymard . . . really smooth . . . 465's
own Brando . . . "How'is your love-life?" . . . muscle-man . . . girl in every
Egg Nog . . . Ronald Zeiler . . . mellow . . . natural blond hair . .
a good friend . . . and what a help on the stage . . . an able worker
. . . the "Black Raven" hadnlt surprised us with a red beard.
. . Bernie Dupee, John Stevenson, "Fab" Betzel, Melvin Ramey and Earl
Harris hadn't livened up our parties with their fabulous songs.
. . Judy Feldstein and Dutty Fishman weren't sucli a cute couple.
. . Dave Malakoff had ever used perfect grammar at class meetings.
. . Pat Cunningham, Phyllis Chosky, and Margie Jubelirer hadn't looked
so stunning in their rehearsal costumes.
. .the social committee, headed by Carole Glass and Julien Sternberger,
hadn't planned such tremendous parties.
. . Carol Lincoff didn't think in terms of ice cream.
. "Sixteen Tons" weren't so popular during class play rehearsals!
. . the Rattner twins weren't s-o helpful.
. . Fran Krupka weren't always snooping around for "Keyhole" material.
. . Jack Sloan, Jimmy Walfish, Marshall Wnuk, Buddy Martin, and Jack
Wymard, along with the rest of the varsity football team, had lost to South.
. . Bill Sopira hadn't always begged the social committee for that "special
treat" at class parties.
. . Miss Riddle's English classes hadn't met every night just before Christmas
vaca-tion in the James Anderson room.
. . . men didn't prefer our blondes, Carole Koch and Fran Valko.
Well, then, our senior year just wouldn't have been the same!
First Row-Hadassa Eichenbaum, Barbara Lopata, Linda Vinocur, Nancy Shallenberger
Second Row-Marion Parada, Estelle Harris, Barbara Weil, Sheila Dobrushin, Sonia
Winer, Carol Lincoff, Margery jubelirer, Frances Krupka, Carole Koch, Frances
Third Row-John Wymard, Miss Johnston, Theda Finkel, Nancy Renard, Donald Leven-
son, jack Brown, James Walfish, james Miller, Steven Veyo, julian Sternberger,
Marshal Wnuk, Barry Samuels
Fourth Row-Paul Segas, Fred Stein, joe Campbell, Lewis Scenna, Howard Smith, William
Martin, Carey Rafferty, Harold Paris, Ronald Zeiler, Frank Jasko, john Millard
First Row-Larry Canning, John Minyo, Tom Zvoch, Mr. Barnes, Irwin Berliner, John
Fekete, john Wood
Second Row-Robert Conley, Judy julian, Lynne Matsik, Loretta Cecere, joan Show,
Annetta Lloyd, Vera Paulo, Sue Berger, Diane Bodenheimer
Third Row-Charles Doyle, jerry McFadden, Carol Villa, Patricia Anderson, Shirley
Thomas, Madeline Calig, Virginia Moffat
Homeroom Teacher ....,... ,...,.4...,.....,...,.,...........,......,... M r. Howard Barnes
President ...,,...,....,............,.,...,.......,....,....,...,...,.....,.. ..................,. J ohn Wood
Vice President .....,....,......,....,...........,..........,.,,......,... .,.........,. L ynne Matsik
Secretary and Student Council Representative .,...,.. ..,..i...., V era Paulo
Treasurer and Foreword Representative .....4..,... ....,.,. L oretta Cecere
President ..,..,,.,......,.,...,..............,.,.i..,..,.,,.........,..... ....,.,., J ohn Fekete
Vice President A,,...,..........,.,.....A.,4..,.......,..............,.... ,,,..,.. L arry Canning
Secretary and Student Council Representative ..,.,... ..,......, L ynne Matsik
Student Council Representative ....r.r.,,.......,...,.,..,. ......., , .Tom Zvoch
PAT ANDERSON-Cute, sweet, and funny-she always has a smile that makes our
RONALD BABASH-Tall and masculine with a nice disposition, to our homeroom
he has been an addition.
DIANE BODENHEMIER-Her name is Diane, often called Dee, and she's a sweet
little number who's as cute as can be.
SUE BOYER-Blonde, petite and Witty, loads of fun and mighty pretty.
LARRY CANNING-A red-headed Hot Rod with personality, toog we think he is
the greatest and know you do, too.
LORETTA CECERE-SWCCt and wonderful with intelligence, toog a perfect lady
through and through.
ROBERT CONLEY-Quiet and serene with little to pay, but his blue eyes have a
MITZIE DEBROFF-Sophisticated and suave, a truly polished girl with wit that
will make your straight hair curl.
JOHN FEKETE-Our King Atlas of 405, he really keeps our class alive.
WILLIAM HOMA-He is an artist in more ways than oneg plus being good-look-
ing he's loaded with fun.
ANNETTA LLoYD-Tall, blonde, sweet, neat-personality that can't be beat.
LYNNE MATSIKiLOV3blC from the tip of her head to the tip of her toe, her
sparkling brown eyes make her a pleasure to know.
JERRY MCFADDEN-A great little guy whose talents soar, makes our room a
carnival with laughs galore.
JOHN MINYO--Handsome and quick witted with a personality unsurpassed-his
friendship is one that will always last.
GINNY MOFFAT-A cute little girl with lots on the ball, who proves that good
things come small.
VERA PAULO-A real cute doll with personality plus, has a radiant smile for
all of us.
Bos PI'rscHKE-Curly black hair. handsome and neat with loads of personality,
a combination that can't be beat.
SHIRLEY THOMAS-A quiet little doll who hasn't much to say, but makes her
presence known in her own sweet way.
JOHN Wooo-Cool, crazy, and hep, knows how to move and keeps in step.
TOM ZVOCH-Tall, blond and handsome, a wonderful guyg from all the girls
he gets a sigh.
IRWIN BERLINFP-ln every way he's a scholar with an aptitude for humor as
well as a dollar.
CHARLES DOYLE-A man of the world who is wise for his years, to us he brought
laughter and quieted fears.
JOAN Snow-She's not very tall and hasn't much to sayg she acts like a lady
every single day.
CAROL VILLA-A blonde little bomb shell with personality and poiseg she's one
little girl who keeps the boys on their toes.
T e Senior
Cwith apologies to john Henry Newmanj
It is almost a definition of a senior to say that he is one who never knows
what he is doing. This description is both unrefined and, as far as it goes,
accurate. The senior is mainly occupied in merely inventing excuses which
facilitate the free and unhindered action in which he delightsg and he swears
oaths as to the veracity of his claims rather than take on any homework
The benefits he derives from his exalted status may be considered as
equal to what are called privileges of a phenomenal nature: like lords or mas-
ters. who do their part in spreading labor and fatigue to lowly underclassmen,
teachers provide both means of hard work and pain.
The true senior carefully avoids whatever may cause a thought or an idea
to enter his mind or the minds of those with whom he is cast .... his great
concern being to gain the high plane of graduation at his ease and without
strain on the brain.
From a long-sighted prudence, he observes the maxim of the ancient
sage, that we should never do for ourselves what someone else may do for us.
He has too much good sense to be frightened by teachers' threats: he is too
busy with comic books to remember Keats, and too lazy to be aroused from
He is patient, forbearing. and resigned when facing angry principals
fnotably j. DJ: he submits to tests because they are inevitable, to report cards
because they are irreparable, and to graduation because it is his destiny.
This, then, is the senior . . . he may be right or wrong in his actions, but
he is a senior. That is excuse enough.
June Class Honor tudents
Ruth Ann Picovsky
June Class Officers and Committees
Vice President-David Breakstone
JUNE CLASS HOMEROOM TEACHERS
Miss Helen Gorman Miss Leila H. Rupp
Miss Olivia Koenig Mr. Robert C. Trumbull
Mrs. Dorothy Meyer Dr. Anna Quattrocchi
Miss Alice Phipps Dr. Wesley Wagner
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
NORMAN ABELSON-I-Iomeroom Treasurer, l0B: Hall Patrol:
Traffic Survey: Key Club: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball
'54, '55: Swimming Champions-hip '5-1: Softball '53
RUTH ALLEN-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice President llth
Grade, Secretary llth Grade: Student Council, Hospitality Com-
mittee: Today's Business Girls. Vice President: Intramural Sports.
Volley Ball '54, Hockey '55, Basketball '55, Softball '56: Entered
in 10th Grade from Gladstone junior High
MICHAEL ALTMAN - Qualitative Analysis: Honor Certificate.
National Merit Scholarship Test: Latin Bronze Award and Book
Prize: Participant in Buhl Planetarium Science Experts Television
Quiz Program: All-City Orchestra: Homeroom President 12th
Grade: Student Council Hospitality Committee: Senior' Discussion:
Orchestra 5: String Quartet
THELMA AMDUR-Social Committee: Homeroom Secretary 10th
Grade, 'Inreasurcr 10th Grade: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: F.T.A.:
Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: College Club: United
Nations Club: Gregg Typing Award: junior Dramatics Club:
Library Staff: F.N.A.: English 10
RUTH ANN AMOS-Social Committee: Student Council: Y-Teens,
President: Foreword Representative: 214 Office Staff: junior Glee
Club: Chorus l, 2, 3, -l, 5: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Award:
Stephen Foster Program: Civic Club Test: National Merit Scholar-
PATRICIA ANDERSON-Student Council: Hall Patrol: A.N.C.:
Square Dance Club: Advanced Foods: Volley Ball '5-1: Hockey '53,
'54, '55-: Softball '53, '54, '55: Entered from Mifflin in 9th Grade:
02459 f' 1 - '- f fp?
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AULA AZEN-Prom Committee: Senior Discussion Club: I'.T.A.:
W College Club: Hall Patrol: Dramatic English, Class Play Cast:
Broth ood Program: Allegheny High School Project: Entered
ce in 12B from Miami Beach High: National Honor So-
? ciety, Miami Beach
M NORMAN AZINGER - Homerooni Vice President, 12th Grade:
e Dance Club: Advanced Electric Shop: Electric Shop Fore-
an American legion Citizenship Award Square Dance Pro rarn
RONALD BABASH-Square Dance Club: Advanced Special Shop:
Intramural Sports: Distributive Education: Entered Allderdice in
9B from Mifflin
DORIS ARLENE BAIN-Class Day Committee: Service Club:
Today's Business Girls: Projection Club: Drivers Club: Gregg'
Shorthand Award: Entered in 9B from Mifflin School
LORRAINE D. BAKANIC-Service Club: Usher Staff: 21-l Sec-
retary: Library Representative: Hall Patrol: Choir: Library Staff:
Safety Poster Campaign: Gregg Shorthand Award
LENORE BALSAM-Qualitative Analysis Class: Modern Dance:
English 9: Civic Club Test: Recipient of Pitt Scholarship: Class
Day Committee, Co-Chairman: 12th Grade Homeroom President:
llth Grade Student Council Representative: 9th Grade Homeroom
Foreword Representative and Secretary: President, F.T.A.: Vice
President, VVestern Pennsylvania F.T,A.: Senior Discussion Club,
Program Chairman: ,lournal Staff: College Club: French Club
LINDA BARAFF-Social Committee: Hoxneroom Secretary, 9th
Grade: Ushers Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Student Coun-
cil: Journal Staff: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion: College Club: Law
Club: Book Club: T'ravel Club: Gregg Typing Award
JOYCE MALVINA BARNETT - Social Committee: Homeroom
Secretary 9th-llth Grades, Vice President 10th Grade: Vice Presi-
dent, United Nations Club: Hall Patrol: Student Council
Publicity Committee: College Club: Journal Art Staff: Library Art
Club: English 10
EILEEN JOYCE BAYER-Homeroom Treasurer, 10A: Y-Teens
Program Committee: Assistant in Junior School Office: Square
Dance Club: Today's Business Girls: Betty Crocker Homemaker
Test: Entered Allderdice in 10B from VVilkinsburg High School
ELEANOR RUTH BECKER-Entered from Gladstone in l0B:
Square Dance Club: Today's Business Girls: Senior Drivers Club:
Field Hockey '55, '56: Basketball '56: Volley Ball '56
RICHARD L. BERKEY-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Sec-
retary llA, President IZB, Treasurer IZA: Green Key Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Intramural Basketball '55: D.A.R. History Award:
American Chemical Society Test: Junior Town Meeting of the Air:
National Merit Scholarship Test, Semi-Finalist: Civic Club Test:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Physics Club: English 9: Television
Program with Robert Frost: F.T.A,
ANNETTE BERKOWITZ - Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, 9th Grade: M.M.Itl., Secretary: F.T.A. Attendance Chair-
man: Cafeteria Staff: Book Club: F.N.A : Travel Club: Gregg
Typing Award '
JUDY BERKOWITZ-Student Council Representative: Foreword
Representative: Book Club: College Club: Red Cross Council:
Life Saving Club
MYRON ELLIOTT BERNSTEIN-Class Day Committee: Usher
Staff: Projection Club: Foreword Representative: Physics Club:
Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.: Chess Club: Intermediate Discus-
sion Club: College Club: Choir 3, 4: Qualitative Analysis: Boys
Glee Club: Civic Club Test ,
RONALD BENJAMIN-Homerooin President llB, IZB, IZA, Vice
President 1lA: Radio Club, President: Senior Discussion Club,
Attendance Chairman: Social Committee: Dramatic English Class:
Swimming Squad '5S: Swimming Team '56: Civic Club Test
MELVIN BERGSTEIN-German Club: Projection Club: Band 5:
Special Advanced Shop, General Foreman, llA: Intramural Basket-
MICHAEL PETER BITSURA-Entered Allderdice from Green-
field School in 9th Grade: D.A.R. Award: American Legion Honor-
able Mention: Honieroom President. 9th Grade: Library Repre-
sentative: Intramural Basketball '53-'56
JUDITH ANN BLACK - Student Council Alternate: Cafeteria
Staff: A.N.C.: Senior Drivers Club: Today's Business Girls: Gregg
Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award: Soccer '53
HERBERT BLITZSTEIN-Senior Social Committee, Co-Chair-
man: Homeroom Vice President 9th, llth, 12th Grades, Homeroom
President l0th Grade: Student Council, Social Committee: Key
Club: Hall Patrol: Green Key: Intermediate and Senior Discussion
Club: Law Club: College Club: Journal Staff: Band 1, 2, 3: Intra-
DONALD BLOOM-Student Council: Intermediate and Senior
Discussion Clubs: Chess Club: F.T.A.: Orchestra l-5: English 9:
Track '56: Orchestra Programs '52, '53
JUDITH A. BLUMENSTEIN-Gift Committee: Cafeteria Staff:
Hall Patrol: 214 Office VVork: Intermediate and Senior Discussion
Clubs: F.T.A.: College Club: Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomor-
row Test: Gregg Typing Award: F.T.A. District Convention
BURTON L. BOGDAN-Physics Club: Slide Rule Club: Usher
Staff: Homeroom Library Representative: Band 4, 5: All-Citu'
ensington High in 10th Grade
if Band: Intramural Volley Ball '54: Entered Allderdice from New
IANE BODENHEIMERvDistributive Education: Entered from
Gladstone Junior High in 10th Grade
EDWARD B. BOLNER - Senior Social Committee: Homeroorn
President, 9th Grade: Student Council Representative: Special Shop:
Cross Country: junior Varsity Football '53
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TERRY C. BOYDvEntered Allderdice from Mifflin in 9th Grade:
Square Dance Club: Advanced Special Shop: Intramural Basket-
ball '54, '56
SUSAN BOYER-Entered Allderdice from Langley in 10th Grade:
Distributive Education: Choir l, 3
DAVID BREAKSTONE-Senior Class Vice President: Homeroom
President. 9th-12th Grades: Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief: Jour-
nal Staff: Student Council: Senior Discussion, Assistant Moderator:
Key Club: Band l, 2, 3, 4, 5: Marching Band: American Legion
Award: D.A.R. History Award, Pennsylvania NVeek History Con-
test, lst Prize: Civic Test: National Merit Scholarship Test: Junior
Town Meeting Radio Program: Intramural Basketball '53, '54, '55:
Volley Ball IS4, '55
RHEA BREITBARD-Entered .Allderdice from P.S. 84 New York,
in Sth Grade: P.T.A. Drivers Club: A.N.C.: Advanced Foods: Eng-
lish 10: Volley Ball '55: Soccer '53
JAE ANN BROWN-Entered Allderdice from Linden School in
9th Grade: Prom Committee: M,M.M.: College Club: Red Cross
Club: English 10
CHARLES BUERGER-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Trea-
surer. 12th Grade: Chess Club, President: Hall Patrol: Hospitality
Committee: Senior Discussion Club: Slide Rule Club: Physics
Club: Chess Team: French Club: Band 2, 3, 4, 5: Marching Band:
Mechanical Drawing: Intramural Swimming '54: Basketball '53, '54,
'55: Volley Ball '54, '55
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LAWRENCE C NNING-Homeroom Yice President, llth Grade:
Advanced Mechanical Drawing: .Nmeriean Legion Award
SIDNEY CAPLAN-Social Committee: Square Dance: Orchestra
Z, 5, -l: Special Shop 1-5
LORETTA CECERE - Distributive Education: American Legion
Award: Homeroom Treasurer: Foreword Representative: Red Cross
Club: Hall Patrol: Hockey 'S-l
JOEL G. CHARACH-Homerooni Secretary, Qll: Vice President,
l0.'X: Class Day Committee: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Drivers
Club: College Club: Physics Club: Pliotograpliy Club: Band 1, 2, 3:
Print Shop Foreman: Football '53, 'S-lg lntramural Basketball
MURRAY A. CHASS -I rom Loninnttee: Alternate Student Coun-
cil Representative: Foreword Representative: Foreword Staff: jour-
nal Staff. Subscription Manager, Executive Board: Senior Discus'
sion Club: l".'l".5X.: Orchestra l. Z. 3, 4, 5: All-City Orchestra '55:
American Legion ,Xwardg l.atin Contest: National Merit Scholar-
ship Test: Civic Club Test: Duquesne Cniversity Scholarship Test,
linglish 9: Cross Country '55: City Cross Country Championship
Run: Track '56: Varsity llasketball '56: lntramural Basketball, Soft-
MARSHALL CHERNER--Typing Club: Drivers Club: Metal Shop.
lforeman: Special Shop: History 8, 9
MARY ANN CHERNOFF--.Xllderdice Girls Club: Hall Patrol:
United Nations Club: l7.N.,X.: lletty Cioeker Homemaking Test
ARLEEN COHEN Class Day Committee: Foreword Staff, Fea-
ture liditor: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: FT..-X.: lntermediate
and Senior Discussion Club: Red Cross Club: Dramatic English
Class: Class l'lay Cast: llrotherhood Program: Civic Club Test:
National Merit Scholarship Test
RICHARD COHEN-Class Day Committee: Social Committee:
Homeroom Vice President. ltlth Grade: Senior Discussion Club:
Physics Club: lland 5: .Xll-City lland: English 10: lntramural
Championship Swinnning '5-l: lntramural llaskethall
HARRY COLBERT-Homerotim Treasurer. llth Grade: Square
Dance Club: Special Shop, Foreman: lintered .Xllderdice from Scott
in lllth Grade
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ROBERT CONLEY-Homerc Vice President, llth Grade: Dis-
tributive Education: Special Shop: jewelry
JACK SAUL COOPERMAN-Prom Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Photography Club: Chorus Z, 3. 5: Male Chorus: En-
semble Soloist: Hall Patrol: Trip to Mayview with A Cappella Choir
PAULINE NAOMI COVEL--Secretary and Treasurer of Y-Teens:
Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: Hospitality Committee: Social Com-
mittee: Drivers Club: F.T.A.: Junior Dramatics Club: Chorus 1, 3,
4: Betty Crocker Home Economics Test: Basketball '53: Hockey
'55: Championship Volley Ball '56
SANDRA KAREN DEAKTER-Student Council Representative,
11th Grade: Vice President of Homeroom, 9th Grade: Social Chair-
man of M.M.M.: President of M.M.M.: Usher Staff: Class Day
Committee: Red Cross Club: Square Dance Club: F.T.A.: Special
MITZIE DeBROFF-Foreword Representative, 9th Grade: F.N.A.:
College Club: Junior Dramatics: Y-Teens: Library Staff: Hall
Patrol: Distributive Education
SANDRA DeBROFF-President of Physics Club: Committee Chair-
man. F.T'.A.: Student Council Representative: Foreword Staff: Eng-
lish 9: journal Staff: Book Club: Red Cross Council: Student Coun-
cil Safety Committee: Class Day Committee: Athletic Letter: Gregg
Typing Award: Secretary for the journal: Library Representative
EDWARD LESLIE DEKTOR-Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Treasurer, 10A: Green Key Club, Treasurer, President: Band 4,,5:
All-City Band: Brass Qu tet: Science Fair: Volley Ball '54:?-Iunior
Varsity asketball '53-' . Cha ioanship '56: Entered Allderdice
from Sch y, Oth Gra e
,EIL E , tefggtafit Hall Patrol: United Nations
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Ml T rggg D rthand Award: Gregg Typing
: aj tes a l Patrol: Square Dance Club:
vis' n Pr ram: Choir 1
' c R E-Usher Staff: Hall Patrol: F.N.A.: chorus
3, 4: l- ' Choral Group: Athletic Letter: Typing Award: En-
tered A dice from Gladstone in 10th Grade
LACCONNIE DRAKE-Homeroom Secretary, 9B: Vice President,
9A: Library Staff. Treasurer: FNA.: Drivers Club: Chorus 3, 4, 5:
Basketball '54, '55: Volley Ball '55, '56: Hockey '55, '56: Softball
BARBARA DUBBS-Student Secretary in Office: Y-Teens Club:
A.N.C.: Gregg Typing Award
HENRY M. DUBBS-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Hall
Patrol: College Club: Advanced Shop: Intramural Basketball '53-
'56: Gift Committee
BERNARD DUPEE-Hall Patrol: Scholastic Painting Entrant:
Allderdice Talent Show: Varsity Track '54-'56: Track Letter
MARVIN ELMAN-Drivers Training Club: United Nations Club
MARK HARVEY ELOVITZ -- Prom Committee, Co-Chairman:
Hoiueroom President, 9th-l.Zth Grades: Student Council: Usher
Staff: Hall Patrol: College Club: Chess Club: F.T.A.: Slide Rule
Club: Senior Discussion Club: Orchestra 3, 4, 5: President of Or-
chestra 5: .-Xll-City Senior Orchestra: Varsity Tennis Team '53-'55:
llasketball: Civic Club Test: National Merit Scholarship Test
SHIRLEY EMSWILLER-Homeroom Treasurer, l0th, llth, 12th
Grades: Hall Patrol: Y-Teens Club: 'I'oday's Business Girls: Driv-
ers Training Club: Office Drapes Project: Entered Allderdice 10B
from Gladstone Junior High
MARCIA ESMANWProm Committee: Homeroom Library Repre-
sentative and Social Chairman: Treasurer, M.M.M.: Hall Patrol:
Usher Staff: Red Cross Club: F.T.A.: College Club
JUNE BEATRICE FERKO - Hoineroom Secretary, 10th, 12th
Grades: M.M.M.: T'oday's Business Girls: Square Dance Club:
Drivers Training Club: Hockey '53, '55, Championship '55: Basket-
' ball '54, '55: Volley Ball '54, '55: Softball '54, '55: Gregg Typing
, - iiifs: Award and Shorthand Award: Class Day Committee: Hospitality
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JOHN FEKETE-Homeroom Secretary 10th, llth Grades, Presi-
dent lZth Grade: Mechanical Drawing: Distributivc Education
MARVIN FEIN-Gift Committee: Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade:
Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: College Club: United Nations Club
Band 1, Z, 3: Intramural Basketball '54, '55: Softball '53
JEAN FELDSTEIN -- Junior Leaders: Fashion Show: Fashion
Club: Special Dance: Service Certificate of Merit: Talent Show:
JILL LYNNE FINE-Homeroom President, llth Grade: Secretary,
10th Grade: M.M.M., President: F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club:
"' Junior Glee Club: Square Dance Club: Chorale, Choir 4, 5: Hockey
'5Z: Special Dance: Athletic Award
SARALEE FINEMAN-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Jour-
nal Staff: Usher Staff: Hall Patrol: Red Cross Council: junior
Dramatic Club: College Club: F.T.A., Red Cross Club, Choir l, 3:
'52: Gregg Typing Award
RUTH FINKLESTEIN - Hall Patrol: Drivers Training Club:
Junior Glee Club: Red Cross Club
HELEN LOUISE FITZURKA-Senior Leaders, President, Social
Chairman: Secretary of Homeroom, IZB: Photography Club: To-
day's Business Girls: Athletic Letter: Intramural Hockey, Basket-
ball, Volley Ball
FLEISHMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade:
10th Grade: Treasurer, 12th Grade: Red Cross
Treasurer and Vice President of M.M.M.: Usher
College Club: Dramatic English Class
FLEISHMAN-Homeroom President 9th, 10th, llth
Vice Presidentof Homeroom, IZA: M.M.M.: Usher Staff:
College Club: Red Cross Club: Advanced Art: Safety Poster
Contest: Dramatic English Class
ELIOT FLITMAN-Print Shop Foreman: Advanced Print Shop:
MARLENE FOREMAN-Journal Staff: Spanish Club: College
Club: Orchestra 4, 5: Maiorettes
PAUL FOREMANiCollege Club, Hall Patrol: Orchestra 4, 5:
HOWARD S. FOSS-Gift Committee: Homeroom Secretary, Trea-
surer, 10th Grade: Radio Club, Secretary: Camera Club, Vice
President: Hall Patrol: Student Council: Electric Shop, Foreman:
D.A.R. Award: Drivers Training Club: Intramural Swimming '54:
NANCY JEAN FOX-Class Day Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Hall Patrol: Hospitality Committee: F.N.A.: T'oday's
Business Girls: Microscope Club: Chorus 1: Orchestra 1: Office
Work: English 10: Basketball '53: Volley Ball '54: Softball '54:
Soccer '545 Chenille A '54
PATRICIA FRANK-Homeroom Secretary, 9-12th Grades: A.N.C..
Secretary: A.G.C.: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: F.T.A,:
Choir 1. 4, 5: Chorale: American Legion Award: Modern Dance.
GAIL FREEDMAN-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer, 9th Grade: Cafeteria Staff: F.T.A.: College Club: Red
Cross: Intermediate and Senior Discussion Club: Choir 3: Gregg
RUSSELL FREEMAN-Homeroom Treasurer: Advanced Shop:
D.A.R. Award: Varsity Football '54, 'SSQ Intramural Basketball
BARBARA SUSAN FREIDLAND-Social Committee, Foreword
Representative: Hall Patrol: Book Club, Intermediate Discussion
Club: F.'l'.A.: College Club: Orchestra 3, 4: linglisli 10
GILBERT FRIEDMAN-Class Day Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Library Representative: Senior Discussion Club: Drivers
Training Club: Band 5: All-City Band: Qualitative Analysis: Baud
Concerts: Civic Club Test: American Chemical Society Test: Cross
Country '5-lg Intramural Basketball '53-'56
MANFRED S. GABLER - Homeroom Secretary, lfltb Grade:
Green Key Club: Cheerleaders: Student Council Publicity Com-
mittee: Chorus 5: Music Merit Certificate: Choir Programs: Letter
for Cheerleaders X
FRANK V. GANSZ-Senior Class Secretary: Homeroom President,
ll?-lltb Grades: Varsity Club, Vice President: Conditioning Club:
Male Glee Club: Clioir 5, Choir Programs: Varsity Football '53-'56:
junior Varsity Football '52: Varsity Volley Ball '54, '55: Voted
Most Valuable Player on Football Team '55
CAROLYN LEE GARDNER - Homerooni Secretary, 9tli Grade:
'l"oday's Business Girls: Square Dance Club: Y-Teens: Gregg
Slltbftililllil Award: Gregg Typing Award: Championship Hockey
'55, Basketball '55, Volley Ball '55
CECELIA GENES--Y-Teens, Social Cliairman: all Patrol: Ad-
vanced lfoods: Gregg Typin .Xwar : Sgftbqp ,
, wi M"
Qaaw 4 WW
Civic Club Test
DOROTHY IRENE GERSTMEYER loituord lxtprnsentativt
lltli Grade: Cslier Staff: Struct Club Drivers Training lub
Square Dance Club: Rhythmic Swim Club Cregg lvpmg, int
Shorthand Awards: .-Xtliletic letter Cliampionslup Hocltu 55
Softball, Volley Ball, Hotkcy Basketbill
MARY DOLORES GESKY lforcvtord Ixepiestntativf. 'lodays
Business Girls: Hall Patrol N Ttcns Iunior leaders Basketball
'54, '55: Hockey '55: Vollev Ball
AMY GIBBARD-Foreword Representative United Nations Club
Vice President: College Club Hall Pitrol X ollty Ball 53 Basket
CLAIRE, ELAINE GIBSON lortuord lxcprcstnt ltlvt 'Xl 'Xl Xl
Library Staff: junior Leaders C rtgg Sbortliand Xward
PRESTON F. GINSBURG Quilitttlwc Analysis Class lllvstcs
Club: Microscope Club: Clitss Club Senior Distussion Club
Captain, l0tl1 Grade Swimming 'ham
JANET SUE GLAZER-Prom Committee Student Council Iub
licity Committee: Cafeteria Staff snr Staft 1X1 X1 Boo
Club: United Nations Club College Club P1 X lntcrmedlatt
Discussion Club: Gregg Sliortlmnd Xu iid Di in t L l 1 lisli Cl
PETER M. GLICK-Homeroom Vice President, llth Grade: Senior
Discussion Club: Square Dance Club: Social Committee: Band 5:
All-City Band: Swimming '55, '56: T'rack '54-'56: Intramural Soft-
ball. Basketball: Swimming Letter
DAVID GOFF-Hall Patrol: Radio Club: Advanced Electric Shop
IVAN S. GOLD-junior Dramatic Club: Orchestra 4: Dramatic
English Class, Class Play Cast: English 9 and 10
SANFORD GOLDAProm Committee: Student Council Alternate:
Homeroom Vice President, 10th Grade: Key Club: Hall Patrol:
Usher Staff: Chess Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Band 1, 2.
3 4' Intramural Sports: Dramatic English Class' E lish 10
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IRWIN IRA GOLDSTON-Hall atrol: pecial Shop, Foreman,
Volley Ball '53
BEVERLY M. GOLITZ-Social Committee: Homerooni Secretary,
9th Grade: Homeroom President, 10th Grade: Homeroom Vice
President, 12th Grade: Foreword Representative: Today's Business
Girls: Projection Club: Red Cross Council: Volley Ball '53
STANLEY GORDON-Homeroom President, 10th Grade: Vice
President, 10th Grade: Student Council Representative: Hall Patrol:
Senior Discussion Club: Key Club: College Club: Orchestra 2, 3,
4, 5: Woodwind Sextet: Dramatic English. Qualitative Analysis:
National Merit Scholarship Test, Certificate of Merit
EDITH L. GOSZTONYI - Junior Glee Club, President: Junior
Leaders Club, Vice President and Recording Secretary: Physics
Club, Recording Secretary: Senior Student Council, Corresponding
Secretary: Cafeteria Staff, Senior Discussion Club: F.T'.A.: Or-
chestra Z, 3, 4, 5: Dramatic English, Class Play Cast: Gregg Typ-
ing Award: lst Place in County Latin Contest: Class Day Com-
mittee: Student Council Social Committee: All Girls Tournament
'53: Athletic Letter
ROBERT GRAHAM-Electric Shop: Mechanical Drawing: Swim-
ming '55, '56
SONDRA GREENBARG-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9th, llth
Grades: Foreword Representative: Red Cross Council: Senior
Drivers Club: Junior Glee Club: Choir 4: Advanced
Clothing: Gregg Shorthand Awards: Gregg Typing Award: Volley
Ball '56: Basketball '55: Today's Business Girls
DAVID JEROME GREENBERG-Homeroom President, 9th, 10th
Grades: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Marching Band:
Band 5: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: D.A.R. Award: Latin
Contest: All-City Band: Basketball '53: .Intramural Basketball
DIANA RUTH GREENBERG-Hall Patrol: Majorettes: junior
Y-Teens: Clerical Training: Advanced Jewelry: Betty Crocker
Test: Majorettes' Annual Spring Program
RICHARD HAMMERs.'Xdvanced jewelry: Special Sliop, Fore-
STANLEY HARRIS-Intramural Basketball '52-'56
ANTHONY MILLER HARRISON-Class Day Committee: Home-
room Treasurer, 9tb-llltb Grades: Student Council, lltli-lZtb Grades: ,F
Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: College Club: Physics
DIXIE LEE I-IARTLEP--Clioir 5: Y-Teens: Hockey '55: Choir
NANCY MERLE GREGORY---Library Club: Y-Teens: 'l'oday's
Business Girls: Basketball 'S-l: Yolley Ball, Hockey '55: Swimming
MORTON GULAK-Student Council: Woodcarving Club: A..'X.A.
Contest Poster: Mechanical Drawing: XX'oodsliop: 'lvrack '54-'55:
lntramnral Basketball, Swimming, Softball
ALMA A. HAHALYAK-Homeroom President. 9tl1 Grade: Vice
President, lltb Grade: M.M.M.: Co-Captain, Csber Staff: Student
Council, Recording Secretary: Service Club: journal Staff: Senior
Leaders: Microscope Club: Drivers Training Club: Hall Patrol:
Gregg' Sliortliand Award: Gift Committee: Basketball: Hockey:
Volley Ball: Softball: Manager, Volley Ball 'S-1: Athletic Letter
MARGARET HAHALYAK - Homeroom President. 9th Grade:
lforewortl Representative: Service Club: Csber Staff: .Xdvanced
Foods: Gregg Sbortband Award
JOYCE HALL-Student Council: Service Club: Hall Patrol: Cafe-
teria Staff: Advanced Clotliing: Gregg Shorthand and Typing
Awards: Today's Business Girls
HERBERT HALSBAND-Key Club: Homeroom Basketball
RICHARD I-IAYDENeeSquare Dance Club: Hobby Club: Swim-
ming Team '54-'55: Intramural Swinnning, Basketball: Science Ex-
i i i :.:,. 4 F '
ROBERT HERRICK-Gift Committee: Pbysics Club: Intermediate lizn Q
and Senior Discussion Clubs: Radio Club: Qualitative Analysis -,,:
Class: Iinglixli 9: lntramnral Futball '52 57 A x 5 "
A il X r 1
LINDA LEIGH IRVIN-Hall Staff: Library Club: F.N.A.: Class
Day Committee: Cafeteria Staff: Gregg Typing Award: Hockey
Championship Team '53: Volley Ball, Softball '54
THOMAS ISLES-Square Dance Club: VVool Carving: Special
Shop, Foreman: Entered Allderdice in 9th Grade from Swisshelm
RITA JACOBSON-Library Staff: Book Room Staff: M.M.M.:
Senior Drivers Cluh: Type Club: junior Red Cross Club
CARL JANAVITZ-Photography Cluh, President
H. ALLAN JOHN-Orchestra 5
LAWRENCE E. JUBELIRERfStudent Council Representative:
Ush r taff: Social Committee: VVood Shop
MARSHA ELAINE HERSHMAN-A.G.C., Vice President: Book
, WRoom Staff: Assistant in Main Office: Senior Life Saving: United
Nations Club: Drivers Training Club: Girls Y-Teens: Class Day
CLIFFORD R. HINES-Drivers Training Club: Microscope Club:
Metal Shop Foreman: Driver Education Conference: WQED Driver
Education Program: Entered in 9th Grade from Mifflin
IRWIN HIRSH-Homeroom President, l0B: Vice President, 9B.
9A: Usher Staff: Hall Patrol: Physics Club: Slide Rule Club:
junior Dramatics: Band 5: All-City Band: Intramural Basketball
'53: Gift Committee
STEPHEN A. HOLSTEIN-Homeroom Secretary llB, Treasurer
l0B: Student Council: Hall Patrol: Spanish Club: College Club:
P.T.A. Driver Training Program: Band 1-5: Marching Band
Machine, Special, Print Shops: Distributive Education: Cross Counl
JAMES F. HUBBARD, JR.-Entered Allderclice in 9th Grade
WILLIAM HOMA-Homeroom President. 9A: Square Dance Club'
CLAIRE GENE JUDDwSoeial Connnittee: Cafeteria Staff: Red
Cross Club: College Club: lf.'l"..'X.: Dramatic English Class, Make-
L'p Crew Chief: D.A.R. History Award: Civic Club Test: Choral
MAXINE S. KAHN--Foreword Representative: Homeroonl See-
retarv, lllth. llth Grades: President, llth Grade: Cafeteria Staff:
lf.'I'.A.: College Club: Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs?
linglish Ill: Dramatic English: Class Day Connnittee
GEORGE KALINSKY---College Club: Garden Club: Library Staff:
Class Day Connnittee: lntraniural Basketball, Volley Ball
SAMUEL P. KAMIN-Hoinerooni President, QA: Vice President.
ll.'N, IZIB: Student Council: Green Key Club: Hall Patrol: Inter-
mediate Discussion Club: College Club: Advanced Mechanical
Drawing: lfnglish lll: Intramural Swinnning. Basketball
NATALIE KAMINS-Hall Patrol: Library Representative: United
Nations Club: lietty Crocker Scholarship Contest
CAROLE KAUFMAN-Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: junior Lead-
ers: College Club: Athletic Letter: Yolley Ball. Basketball, Soft-
LOIS KAUFMAN - Prom Lommitttc, lortuord Representattye,
9-llth Grades: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Student Council Alter-
nate: College Club: F.T..-X.: M.M.M.: junior Red Cross: Gregg
STANLEY DAVID KAUFMAN-Hoinerooin President, llll, LIB:
College Club: Latin Contest: lntrannn'al Basketball '53-'56
SANDRA M. KAUFMANN--Student Council, 9.5: Foreword Repre-
sentative, IOB: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: junior Glee Club.
Secretary: College Club: Book Club: Intermediate Discussion Club:
If.T,.-X.: lunior Leaders: Chorus l, 3, 4. 5: Chorale: Special Dance:
Gregg Typing Award: Civic Club Test
LARRY GENE KEISLING-Hoinerooin President. 9B, IOB: Sec-
retarv-Treasurer and Foreword Representative, 105-ll.-X: journal
Staff: Hall Patrol: Csher Staff: College Club: Square Dance Club:
Advanced Mechanical Drawing: Square Dance Program: XVQED
Prograrn: junior Varsity Basketball '54, '55: lntramural Basketball
VIRGINIA KERNOHAN-Hoineroom Vice President, 10th Grade:
Service Club: A.N.C.: Basketball '53, '5-l: Volley Rall '54, '55:
Hockey '54, '55: Gregg Shorthand Award
MARGARET LOUISE KIRK-Honierooin Library Representative.
10th Grade: Hall Patrol: Service Club: Sewing Award: Today's
Zfbydwaezl ' .Qaeda M
BAILLEE KLECKNER - Hall Patrol, Captaing Senior Student
Council Social Committeeg Bgook Club: College Clubg F.T.A.g
Junior Leadersg Senior Discussion Clubg Junior Glee Clubg B'nai
B'rith Art Contestg Scholastic Art Contestg Gregg Typing Awardg
Usher Staffg Modern Dance Programsg Athletic Letter
JUDY LEE KLEIN-Foreword Representativeg Cafeteria Staffg
Hall Patrolg Library Art Staff: Student Council Publicity Com-
mitteeg F.T.A.g College Clubg United Nations Clubg Journal Art
Staff: A.A.A. Poster Contest '53, Honorable Mention: International
Art Exchange Programg Basketball, Volley Ball, Softball, Soccer
JOAN KMETZ-Homeroom Treasurer, l0Ag Cafeteria Staffg Li-
brary Staffg Y-Teensg Chorus lg Fashion Showg Gregg Typing
Awardg Today's Business Girlsg Basketball '52
PATRICIA KNIGHT-Student Council, l0Ag Library Staffg Y-
Teensg Today's Business Girlsg Gregg Shorthand Award
BARBARA KNOERL--A.N.C.g Advanced Foodsg Sewingg P.T.A.
CAROLE KOCHIN-Homeroom President, 10th Gradeg Vice Presi-
dent, 12th Gradeg Senior Leaders Club, Social Chairmang Drivers
Training Clubg Prom Committeeg Foreword Staffg Majorettes,
Managerg United Nations Clubg Intermediate Discussion Clubg
English 105 Journal Staff, Features Editor, Executive Boardg Civic
Club Testg Championship Hockey Team '55g Championship Basket-
ball T'eam '56g Volley Ball '56g Softball '56g Manager of '55 Hockey
Tournamentg Athletic Letter
MICHAEL GEORGE KOSCHIK-Homeroom Treasurer, 9A, l0Bg
Gift Committeeg Usher Staffg Projection Clubg Square Dance Club:
Conditioning Clubg Foreman, Special Shopg Advanced Special Shop:
Intramural Swimming, Basketballg Intramural Basketball Champion-
ship Team '54
JACQUELINE KOSTRUB-Student Council, 9Ag Service Club:
Journal Staffg A.N.C,3 Gregg Typing Awardg Majorette Programs:
Majorettesg Volley Ball '53
JANET KOVACS-I-Iomeroom Library Representative, llB-l2Bg
Usher Staffg Hockey '53
MARLENE KOVACS-Hall Patrolg Usher Staff
B. STEPHANIE KOVACS-Homeroom Secretary, llB-l2Bg Gift
Committeeg Senior Leaders, Secretary '54, '55, Treasurer '56: Hall
Patrolg Junior Leadersg Junior, Senior Lifesavingg Rythmic Swim-
mingg F.T.A.g Special Danceg TV School of the Airy Merit
Scholarship Testg Championship Hockey Team '55g Hockey, Basket-
ball, Volley Ball, Softball '52-'56
KRANACK--Jo al Art Staffg Usher Staffg Junior
Club' een ' Toda us' ess Girlsg Exhibition in Scho-
B' B'rith, r 'nal Cross Art Contests:
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MICHAEL KRANACK-I-Iomeroom President. 11th. 12th Grades:
American Legion Award: All-City Football Team, Honorable Men-
tion: Special Shop: Football Letter: Varsity Football '54, 'S5:
Intramural Basketball Championship Team '54
ROY KROCHMAL-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade: Sec-
retary-Treasurer, 10th Grade: Hall Patrol: Student Council:
Microscope Club: Green Key Club: Intermediate and Senior Dis-
cussion Clubs: junior Glec Club: Band 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basket-
ball '53, '54, '55
NANCY KRONKET-Homeroom Secretary. 9th Grade: Rhythmic
Swim: Hall Patrol: Volley Ball '53-'56: Basketball, Softball, Hockey
GAIL KRUMAN-Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Vice Presi-
dent, 10th, llth Grades: Secretary, 12th Grade: Senior Leaders Club,
'Treasurer llth Grade, Vice President IZA, President IZB: ,lunior
Leaders, Vice President 8.-X, President 9B: journal Staff: F.T.A.:
College Club: Spanish Club: Orchestra 5: All-City Orchestra:
Pittsburgh Youth Symphony: String and Violin Quartet: American
Legion Award: D.A.R, Award: Civic Club Test: Championship
Hockey '55: Basketball '55, '56: Athletic Letters: Leadership
SANDRA LEE KUBANCEK Y Homeroom Vice President, 9th
Grade: Projection Club. Secretary: Usher Staff: M.M.M.: junior
Leaders: Athletic Award: Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards:
Ski' ie' 562
JEAN KUSKOASocial Committee: Homeroom President, 9th, 10th
Grades: Red Cross Club: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: F.N.A.:
T'oday's Business Girls: Chorus 1: American Legion Award: Soccer
'53: Basketball. Volley Ball '53, '54
EUGENE LaFACE-Prom Committee: Social Committee: Book-
room Work: Usher Staff: Hall Patrol: Varsity Club: F.T.A.:
Square Dance Club: Advanced Shop, Foreman: All-City Football,
Honorable Mention: English 10: Intramural Basketball Champion-
ship Team '56
JOSEPH R. LANDAU-Student Council: Journal Staff. Pictures
Chairman, Executive Board: Hall Patrol: Senior Discussion:
Physics Club: Slide Rule Club: Photography Club: Band 4:
Qualitative Analysis: American Chemical Society Test: Civic Club
Test: General Motors Scholar hip, Honor Certificate
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1 t Gr : ', ' ppella oir' 'r if ion Program:
Hal trol: r l aff: ' r Sta . . ,ity Choir Pro-
gim, T-fyx'53, Y mifyysm 1 Basketball, Volley Ball
VICTOR LAPAGLIA-Special Shop Foreman: Football '53, '54
SHIRLEY ANN LAVELLE-Today's Business Girls: Gregg Typ-
ing Award: Entered from Meadville High in 12B
FRANCES LAWSON-Ttitlay's Business Girls: A.N.C.: Y-Teens'
ANGEL ANN LENNEX-Chorus 5: Softball '5-4: Hockey '55:
Basketball '55: Volley Ball '56: Choir Programs
MARCIA JOAN LEVAUR-Dramatic English Class, Class Play
Stage Manager: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Drivers Training
Club: College Club: Hall Patrol: Hospitality Committee: Library
Staff: Fashion Show '54: Brotherhood VVeek Program: Red Cross
JUDY B. LEVINE-Class Day Committee: Foreword Representa-
tive: Student Council Representative: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol:
Red Cross Council: Journal Staff: United Nations Club: Inter-
mediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: F.T.A.: College Club: Eng-
lish 9: Softball '53, '54
GLORIA LEVINSON-Prom Committee: Foreword Representa-
tive: Homeroom President, 11A: Vice President, 12B-12A: Dra-
matic English Class: Class Play Cast: Special Dance: F.T.A., Scrap-
book Chairman: Student Council Publicity Committee:
College Club: Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: Book
Club: United Nations Club: Gregg Typing Award: Civic Club Test:
National Merit Scholarship Test: Recipient of Pitt Scholarship
ELAINE LEVY-Today's Business Girls: Red Cross Council: Y-
Teens: Advanced Foods: Volley Ball '53
LINDA LINTON-Homeroom Secretary. 9th, 11th Grades: Student
Council Representative: Hall Patrol: Book Club: United Nations
Club: College Club: Garden Club: Intermediat Qiscussion Club:
, 3: Orchestra 1. 2: Advanced Food g Typing Award
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DAVID L. LIPPOCK-Homeroom Treasurer, 10th Grade: Chess
Club: Usher Staff: Slide Rule Club: Chess Team '56: Intramural
Swimming, Basketball, Track
DIANE JOY LIVSTONE-Homeroom Secretary, 11A: Cafeteria
Staff: Junior Leaders: College Club: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion:
Chorus l, 5: Choir Accompanist, 10th Grade: Student Council Hos-
ANNETTE LLOYD-Distributive Education: Hall Patrol: Volley
Ball '53: Basketball, Softball '54
KAY LOIKREC-Class Day Committee: Foreword Representative:
Journal Staff: M.M.M.: Hall Patrol: Majorettes, Manager: F.T.A.:
College Club: Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: Chorus 3:
Hockey Championship '55: English 10: Athletic Award: Civic Club
PAUL A. LOVE-Chess Club: Junior Life Saving Instructor: Band
5: Marching Band: Chess Team: Gregg' Typing Award: Band
AARON LUPOVITCH-Social Committee: Green Key Club, Vice
President: Camera Club: Varsity Club, President: United Nations
Club: Microscope Club: Band S: Marching Band: Track Letter:
Junior Varsity Football '53, Basketball '55: Intramural Swimming:
I-Iomeroom Captain '50-'56: Intramural Basketball Championship '56
PHYLLIS ANN MARCS-I".'l'.,A l1 Club: Red Cross Club:
A.N.C.: College Club: Y-Teens: Hall Patrol: English 9
SANFORD T. MARCUS-Qualitative Analysis Class: Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: College Club: Slide Rule Club:
Orchestra 4. 5: Orchestra Programs
I:UISE.SHARON MARDER-College Club: F.'l'.A.: junior Red
Cross Club: Hall Patrol: Library Staff: Chorus 1, 3. 4: English 9
CAROL MARSH--Service Club: Hall Patrol: Advanced Foods:
SANTA MARIA MASTRIANA-Irlomerootn Vice President, llth
Grade: Todav's Business Girls: Advanced Clothing: Softball '53
ILENE TOBY MATESMUsher Staff: Red Cross Club: Travel
Club: F.'l'..-X.: College Club: ,Iunior Glee Club: Advanced Clothing:
Clothing Certificate of Merit: Volley Ball '5l: Basketball '52
JERRY MCFADDEN-IJistributive Education Class: Special Shop:
Electric Shop: Intramural Swimming Team '53: jewelry Class
PATRICIA KAY MCKELVEY--Ielonieroom Secretary, 12th, 9th
Grades: Vice President, 9A. IOB: President, IOA: Treasurer, 11A:
Assistant in 214: German Club: Y-Teens: Today's Business Girls:
Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards: Homeroom May Queen, 9th
PHILIP JAMES MCMURTRY-.Xdvaneed Print Shop, Foreman
JUDITI-I MAINZERfEnglish 10: Entered from Reno I-Iigb School
in llth Grade
ROSLYN MANN-Social Committee: Homeroom Treasurer, 9th
Grade: Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: United Nations Club: Book
Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: F.T.A.: College Club: Ad-
vanced Foods: Gregg Typing Award
CHRISTY S. MANTZAVINOS-Library Staff: Intermediate Dis-
cussion Club: Sp: iish Club: College Club: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Glee Club
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LYNNE MATSIK-Homeroom Vice President, Secretary, Fore-
word Representative, Chorus l, 3, Distributive Education, Softball,
Volley Ball, Basketball '53, '54, '55, Hockey '54, '55
NATHAN MAYL-Gift Committee, Student Council, Publicity
Committee. Social Committee, Hall Patrol, Physics Club, College
Club, French Club, Senior Discussion Club, United Nations Club,
Slide Rule Club, Square Dance Club, Orchestra 2. 3, Qualitative
Analysis Class, Intramural Basketball, Swimming '53, '54, '55, '56,
Volley Ball '54, '55
PATRICIA LOUISE MILLER-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
l0th Grade, Journal Art Staff, Hall Patrol, Library Staff, Junior
Glee Club, Today's Business Girls, Y-Teens, Delegate to Bethany
College, Basketball '53, Entered from Park Place in 9th Grade
HELEN MINNICAN-Homeroom President 9B, Vice President 9.-X,
Usher Staff, Captain, Hall Patrol, Cafeteria Staff, Captain, Junior
Glee Club, F.T.A., Junior Life Saving, Y-Teens, .Advanced Foods'
Softball, Volley Ball '54
JERRY MINOGUE-Swimming Team '53, '54, Intramural Swim-
ming '53, '54, Swimming Medal, Entered from St. Thomas High
JOHN MINYO-Homeroom Secretary, l1B, United Nations Club,
Projection Club, Machine, Special Shop, Swimming '53, '54, '55'
VIRGINIA MOFFAT--Distributive Education, Hall Patrol, Square
Dance Club, A.N.C., Majorettes, Sergeant, Advanced Foods, Bas-
ketball, Volley Ball, Hockey, Softball '53-'56, Athletic Award
BARBARA MOLL-Gift Committee, Student Council Reoresenta-
tive, Intermediate Discussion, Vice President, Senior Discussion,
Recording Secretary, F.T.A., Recording Secretary, Foreword Staff,
Editor-in-Chief, Journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Cafeteria Staff, Eng-
lish 9, 10, Gregg Typing Award, KDKA School of the Air, Junior
Town Meeting of the Air, National Merit Scholarship Test, Civic
321: RUDY L. MOLNAR-Homeroom Vice President l0th, 12th Grades,
tj Treasurer, 9th Grade, Intramural Swimming, Basketball '55, Volley
If Ball '56, Basketball Championship Team '56
Q- NATALIE MORGAN-Social Committee, Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent 9th Grade, Secretary l0th Grade, Cafeteria Staff, Hall
Patrol, Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs, College Club:
Book Club, United Nations Club, junior Glee Club, Choir 5, Girls'
Chorale, English 9, Gregg Typing Award
DOROTHY ANN MORRIS-Usher Staff, Office Practice, Today's
Business Girls, Gregg Typing Award, Basketball, Volley Ball, Soft-
JACK L. MOSS-Prom Committee, Student Council Representative,
Key Club, Board of Directors, Intermediate Discussion Club, Slide
Rule Club, Band 5, All-City Band, Marching Band: Intramural
Softball '53, '54
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BARBARA MYERS-Prom Committee: Hall Patrol: Chorus 1, 3.
4, 5: junior Glee Club: Chorale: Choir Programs: Modern Dance,
IOB: Volley Ball '54
RUTH NACHMAN-College Club: F.T.A.: Intermediate Discus-
sion Club: M.M.M.: Hall Patrol: junior Dramatics: Betty Crocker
Home Making Contest: Advanced Home Economics
BETTE NADEL-Foreword Representative, 9th-llth Grades: Stu-
dent Council: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: College Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Book Club: F.T.A.: United Nations Club: junior
Dramatics: Dramatic English Class: Brotherhood Assembly Pro-
gram: National Merit Scholarship Test: Prom Committee: Civic
CAROLE NASSAU--United Nations Club: Hall Patrol: F.T.A.:
College Club: Gregg Typing Award
MARTIN NATHAN-Prom Committee: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion
Club: Library Staff: Hall Patrol: junior Glee Club: Microscope
Club: Type Club: P.T.A. Drivers: United Nations: Orchestra 5:
String Quartet: All-City Orchestra: School Science Congress
Medal: Orchestra Programs: Television Demonstration Group
ALAN SAUL NATHENSON--Projection Club, President: Stage
Crew: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Science Club: Speech Club: Radio
Club: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Marching Band: Special Shop Foreman:
Volley Ball '53
MYRNA NEVINS4Social Committee: Homeroom President, 9th
Grade: Vice President, lllth Grade: Hall Patrol: College Club:
F.T.A.: lf.N.A.: Red Cross Club: Book Club: junior Discussion:
Choir l, 3. 4. 5
MAXINE NEWI-IOUSEfCafeteria Staff: F.T.A.: College Club:
Majorettes: Advanced Art: Advance Foods: Betty Crocker Home-
Making Test: journal Staff
RICHARD OPPENHEIMERAlintered Allderdice in 9th Grade
DAVID E. OSTROW--Class Day Committee: Hall Patrol: Senior
Discussion Club: College Club: Radio Club: Band 3, 4, 5: All-City
Rand: lntramural Swimming '54
PAUL PANUCCIO-Gift Committee: Homeroom President, 10th
Grade: Vice President. llth Grade: Spanish Club, President: Stu-
dent Council, l0th, llth Grades: Dramatic English Class: Class
Play Cast: American Legion Award: D.A.R. Award: Civic Club Test
ALAN PARKER-Hall Patrol: Key Club: Slide Rule Club: Physics
Club: liand l, Z, 3: Intramural Basketball '54, '55
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KAREN ANN PARKER-Social Ct1IIll'll I'IUIl'lCl'UUl1l Secretary,
10th Grade: Student Council: F.T.A., Social Chairman: Cafeteria
Staff: Journal Staff: College Club: French Club: junior Dramatics:
Chorus 1, 4: Orchestra 1, 3, 4: English 9: Modern Dance: Gregg
Typing Award: Television Program with Robert Frost: Civic Club
Test: Allderdice Talent Shows: Modern Dance Programs
VERA PAULO-Homeroom President 9th Grade. Secretary-'l"rea-
surer 10th Grade: Vice President, llth-l2th Grades: Student Coun-
cil: Drivers Club: United Nations Club: F.N.A.: Square Dance
Club: Hall Patrol: Hospitality Committee: Library Staff: Science
Club: Chorus 1, 3: Volley Ball '5-l: Distributive Education
RUTH ANN PICOVSKY-Social Committee, Co-Chairman: Home-
room Secretary-Treasurer, 9th Grade: Secretary, llth Grade: Mod-
ern Dance, Executive Committee: Hall Patrol: Manager of Major-
ettes: Chess Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: F.T.A.: College
Club: Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: Gregg Typing
Award: Dance Programs: Choral Speaking for Brotherhood Pro-
gram: Civic Club Test
RUTH PINCUS-Senior Discussion, Secretary: Foreword Staff:
Hall Patrol: F.T.A.: Chorus l. 4: Dramatic English Class: Modern
Dance: Dance Programs: Prom Connnittee: D.A.R. Award: Junior
Town Meeting Broadcast: Civic Club Test
ROBERT PITSCHKE - Distributive Education: jewelry Class:
Entered Allderdice in 10B from Gladstone
JOEL PLATT - Intramural Basketball '51-'56, Softball '51, '52,
Championship Team '53, Volley Ball '54, '55
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SANDRA KAY PUGH Homeroom President, l0A: Secretary, llB:
Secretary-Treasurer, lZB-l2A: F.N.A., Assistant Treasurer: Hall
Patrol: Advanced Foods: Hockev '53: Basketball '53: Championship
Hockey and Volley Ball Teams '56
EDWARD ZANE RALEY - Chess Club: Advanced Mechanical
Drawing: Gregg Typing Award
MELVIN RICH RD RAMEY - Pr gkwfxarmniffoiii
TreaiWef9 Nl'ood u : llege lub: Varsity
Club, Adv' WV I : mst e Bas etball Player, '56:
Track. BH . -' of BasketsQ:fNQ, '56: Intra-
mural Swimi B '
ALLAN MARKLE RASHBA-Prom Committee: Junior Glee Club,
Vice President: junior Student Council. President: Student Council,
IUB-llA: Student Council Social Connnittee: Physics Club: College
Club: Senior Discussion Club: Key Club: Dramatic English Class:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Student Treasurer of School: National
Merit Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test
IULIA ELDORA REED-Choir -1, Secretarv: Service Organiza-
tion, 10th Grade: T'oday's Business Girls: F.N.A.: Hockey '54:
Volley Ball and Basketball '55
JAMES F. REICH-Prom Committee: Homeroom Treasurer l2B-
l2A. Secretary 10B-llA: Senior Discussion Club, Vice President:
Student Council Traffic Safety Chairman: Travel Club: Microscope
Club: Slide Rule Club: Key Club: Band 1. 2. 3, 4. 5: Marching
Band: Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: English 9
THOMAS REICH-Student Council, 9th, 10th Grades: Hall Patrol:
Senior Discussion Club: junior Drainatics Club: Square Dance
Club: .-Xdvanced Print Shop: junior Town Meeting of the Air:
Intramural Basketball '56
SANDRA REINER - Hoineroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Student
Council: Csher Staff: Hall Patrol: College Club: Red Cross Club:
Cnited Nations Club: Advanced Foods: Volley Rall '53: Basketball
'53: Gregg Typing Award
ANNETTE ROSCOW-Class Day Committee: Student Council,
Social Committee: .Foreu't:rd Representative: Red Cross Council:
journal Staff: College Club: lnterinediate Discussion Club: F.'l'..-X.:
Slide Rule Club: llasketball '53: Softball '55: English 9: Modern
Dance: Modern Dance Programs
A. RALPH ROSENTHAL--Qualitative Analysis Class: Foreword
Representative: Csher Staff, Co-Captain: United Nations Club:
Microscope Club: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Slide
Rule Club: Spanish Club: Hand 5: Marching Hand: National
Merit Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test: Class Day Committee
DAVID A. ROSENZWEIG --- Dramatic English Class: Spanish
Club: Driver-Training: Glee Club: Chorus 4. S: Ensemble Quartet:
Soloist: Student-Director: English 9: Choir Programs: Choral
Speaking for Brotherhood Progranig Music Aptitude Test
GLADYS ELIZABETH ROSS-American Legion Award: Usher
Staff: F.N..-X.: .-Xdvanced Foods: Hockey '53, '54: Entered Allder-
dice from Hays in 9th Grade
IAMES ROSS Science Club. President, llllg Chess Club: Special
Shop Foreman. llth-12th Grades
HELEN GAIL ROTH- Library Representative: Hall Patrol: Usher
Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Teen ,Xue Book Club: Red Cross Club:
Senior Discussion Club: College Club: F.T..X.: .Xdvanced Foods
NORMAN E. ROTH--llomerooin Treasurer. llth Grade: Secre-
tary, lllth Grade: President. 9th Grade: liey Club, Treasurer: Stu-
dent Council Representative: Senior Discussion Club: Green Key
Club: Gregg Typing .Xu'ard: English 9, 10: Intramurallltasketball.
RICHARD MURRAY ROTHENSTEIN-Hwnieroom Vice Presi-
dent, lllth-llth Grades: President, 9th Grade: Key Club: Varsity:
lntramural Basketball Team '55, '56 IlliI'21,l1lllI'2il,!SWlllllll' S62
Track 'lwIl'Illll1 Cross Country5 ' 5,
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DAVID ROTZ--llomeroom Yice President, Oth Grade: .M 'anced
Mechanical Drawing: ,Xdvauced Ilcxrelry: lntraniural Swinnning '5-l:
PHILIP HIRSH RUBEN -- Social Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative: llall Patrol: Chess Club: Micioscope Club: Band 3, 4, 5:
Marching lland: .Xll-City Rand: School Science Fair
HAROLD LEONARD RUBENSTEIN-Student Council Repre-
sentative: Green Key Club: Key Club: Chess Club: Special Shop,
Foreman, 10-l1A: Intramural Swimming '53: Basketball '54-'56
RONALD ALLAN RUBENSTEIN - Homeroom Vice President,
10A: Key Club: Junior Glee Club: Glee Club: Choir 5: Intramural
MARCIA RUBINOFF-Prom Committee: Junior Student Council,
Secretary: F.T.A., Program Chairman, Cheerleaders: Hall Patrol:
Student Council: Book Club: United Nations Club: College Club:
Advanced Clothing: Modern Dance: Letter for Cheerleaders: Eng-
lish 9, 10
JUDITH RYABIK-T'oday's Business Girls, Secretary: Basketball
'53, '54: Volley Ball '54: Entered from Gladstone Junior High in
HERSHEL SACKS-Qualitative Analysis Class: Orchestra 5: En-
tered from Yeshiva High in llth Grade
DAVID SAMBOL - Usher Staff: Projection Club: Chess Club:
United Nations Club: Band 3, 4, 5: Special Shop, Foreman: Metal
PHYLLIS BARBARA SARKIN-Homeroom Secretary, 9B: Phy-
sics Club, Treasurer: College Club: Book Club: Drivers Training:
M.M.M.: Red Cross Club: Cafeteria Staff: Junior Glee Club:
Junior Dance Club
HARRIET F. SCHILIT - Social Committee: Homeroom Vice
President, 9th, 10th, llth Grades: secretary, lZth Grade: Majorettes,
Captain 11th-12th Grades: F.T,A., Corresponding Secretary, Vice
President: Cafeteria Staff. Captain: Journal Staff, Activities Editor,
Executive Board: Hall Patrol: 214 Office Work: Slide Rule Club:
College Club: Senior Drivers Training Club: Chorus l, 3: English
9, 10: American Legion Award: Delegate to Pennsylvania State
F.T.A. Convention: Delegate to Oglebay Drum Major-Majorette
Camp: TV English Program: Softball '53, '54: Civic Club Test:
National Merit Scholarship Test: Senatorial Scholarship Test
CAROLE ANN SCI-IMIDT - T'oday's Business Girls: Drivers
Training Club: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
JUDY A. SCHOENBERG-Homeroom Vice President, llth Grade:
Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Junior Office Work: Today's Business
Girls: Drivers Club
RICHARD PAUL SCHUCKER-Foreword Staff, Business Man-
ager: Hall Patrol: United Nations Club: Microscope Club: Col-
lege Club: Chorus 2, 3: Cross Country '54, '55: Track '55: Intra-
mural Athletics: Gift Committee
JAMES SCHUSLER-Homeroom Treasurer. 9th Grade: Foreword
Representative: Square Dance Club: Chess Club: Special Shop
Foreman: Swimming '52, '53: Basketball '52-'55: Tennis
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FRED SCHWARTZ-Homeroom President. 10th Grade: Varsity
Club: Green Key Club: Conditioning Club: junior Varsity Foot-
ball: Varsity Football '53, '54, 'S5: Volley Ball '54, '55: Intramural
Basketball Champions '53, 'S5: Football Letters: Volley Ball Letter:
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette All-City Football Team, Honorable Mention
PAUL SCHWARTZ -- Homeroom Treasurer, l1B, IZB: journal
Staff, Advertising Chairman, Executive Board: Hall Patrol: Chess
Club: Senior Discussion: F.T.A.: Cnited Nations Club: Band 1, Z,
3, 4, 5: linglish 9: linglish lil: Social Committee: Intramural
EUGENE SCIGLIANO-Homenom President, 9th Grade: Garden
Club, President: Vvool Carving' Club: Orchestra 4, President: NVood
Shop, Foreman: Special Shop, Foreman: Cabinet Shop, Foreman:
Orchestra Programs: Religious Education
GLORIA SCIULLIMStudent Council, llB: Homeroom President.
l2.-X: Treasurer, llA: Library Representative, 1lB: Hall Patrol:
Choir 3: Gregg Typing Award: Gregg Shorthand Award: Variety
Show: Today's Business Girls
WALTER SCOTT-Homeroom President, 9th, llth Grades: Vice
President. llth Grade: Key Club. Vice President: Business Manager
of Foreword: journal Staff: Hall Patrol: lntermediate Discussion:
College Club: F.T..'X.: Wood Carving Club: Co-Chairman of Gift
Committee: Track '54, '56: Cross Country '55: junior Varsity
Basketball '55: lntramural Athletics
ESTHER SEGAL-Homeroom President, 9A, IOB: Vice President,
10.-X: Student Council Alternate: junior Leaders: Y-Teens: College
Club: Senior Discussion: Drivers Training Club: Spanish Club:
junior Dance: Chorus l: junior Glee Club: Special Dance: Ad-
vertising lissay Contest: junior Town Meeting of the Air: Basket-
ball '52, 'Sig Volley Ball '52, '5.i: Softball '52, '5.i: Athletic Letter
IRENE MARCIA SEGIEL X Tuns Xi C Xdvintccl lfoots
President President rlvpc Club lreasnru Drivers l'rannng, Club:
ITA Chtss Club College Club Book Club Lmted Nations
Club Orchestra 3 4 5 lrom Committee CoChtnm1n Dramatic
English Class: Class Play Cast: Brotherhood Program: Orchestra
Concerts: Basketball Championship Team '52: Softball, Yolley Ball,
Soccer '52: Athletic Letter: Good Sportsmanship Award
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' JUDY SENKEWITZ-Homeroom President. ltlth Grade: Secre-
' f"' tary, llth Grade: Vice President, 12th Grade: junior Leaders, Vice
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WILLIAM A. SERVICE-Chess Club: Senior Life Saving: Ad-
vanced Mechanical Drawing: Advanced Special Shop
GAIL T. SHAPERA-College Club: lf.T.A.: Majorettes: Majorette
Programs: Basketball '52
ILENE GAIL SHAPIRO i Librarv Staff, Secretary: Cafeteria
Staff: M.M.M.: P.T..-X. Foods Committee: Y-Teens: Manager of
Majorettes: Advanced Foods
RITA SHAPIRO-Homeroom Foreword Representative, lllth Grade:
Student Council: Red Cross Service Club: Hall Patrol: Cafeteria
Staff: F.T.A.: College Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Ad-
SHELDON SHEARER-Homeroczm Secretary, 9B, IOA: President,
l2A: Conditioning Club: Spanish Club: Choir 5: Glee Club: En-
semble: American Legion, S.A,R. Awards: Choir Programs: Golf
'53, '54, '55, '56: Golf Team: City Golf Tournament
SIBYL SHEER-Homeroom Library Representative, llA: Student
Council, llth Grade: F.T.A.: Cafeteria Staff: Chess Club: Typing
Club: Garden and Science Club: College Club: Senior Discussion
Club: Fashion Show: Qualitative Analysis Class
NATHAN SHERER-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9th Grade:
Foreword Representative, llth Grade: Vice President, 12th Grade:
Student Council: Key Cluh, President: Chess Club: F.T.A.: Usher
Staff: Hall Patrol: Orchestra 3, 4: Band 4, 5: Marching Band:
Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Choral Speaking Program:
Band Programs: Intramural Swimming '53, '54
SUSAN A. SHERIFF-Journal Staff: Student Council: Choir l, 3,
4, 5: Chorale: Ensemble, Oetette: English 9: Choir Programs:
WQED Program, Robert Frost: Civic Club Test
JACK M. SHIKORA--Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade: Camera
Club, President: Band 1: Advanced -lewelry: Cross Country '54: '
Intramural Basketball '56 '
MICHEAL E. SHUSTER-Radio Club: Electric Shop, Foreman: mm
Homeroom Foreword Representative, 10th Grade jqgiezg
BERNARD LOUIS SIEGEL 3 Homeroom President, 9th, llth
Grades: Student Council Representative, 10th, 12th Grades: journal
Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Chess Club: Slide Rule Club:
F.T'.A.: College Club: Orchestra 5: All-City Orchestra: English 9:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Spelling Bee: KDKA-TV School of
the Air: Orchestra Programs: Civic Club Test: Prom Committee:
SHERWIN J. SIFF-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade: Sec-
retary, 10th Grade: Treasurer, llth Grade: Student Council: Class
Day Committee: Usher Staff: Projection Club: College Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Slide Rule Club: Chess Club: United
Nations Club: Band l, 2, 3: Advanced Metal Shop: Advanced
Special Shop: Dramatic English Class: Choral Speaking: Class
Play Cast: Brotherhood Program: Intramural Basketball: Swim-
ming: Volley Ball: Basketball Championship Teams '53-'55
ROCHELLE SIGAL-Square Dance Club: Drivers Training Club:
Publicitv Committee: Advanced Art: Journal Art Staff: A.A.A.
Safety Poster Local and National Contests, Honorable Mentions
JOHN SILASSY-Youth Symphony Orchestra, Librarian: Library
,V Staff: Orchestra 5: Pittsburgh Junior Symphony: All-City Orches-
tra: String Ensemble: String Quartette: Chatham Sinfonetta
' ' SHERMA LEE SILVERHART-Hall Patrol: Girls' Y-Teens: Jr.
Q ,gl L 5 Life Saving: English 10: T'oday's Business Girls
M S GLORIA ANNETTA SIMMONS-Drivers Training Club: Ad-
, vanced Sewing: Advanced Jewelry: Basketball Championship '54:
' Hockey Championship '55
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JOYCE LYNN SIMON--Ilomeroom Secretary, Itlth Grade: United
Nations Club, I'resident: Ifsher Staff, Hall Patrol: Journal Staff:
College Club: F.T..X.: Red Cross Council: Intermediate Discussion:
Drivers Training Club: Choir 1, 3: Iinglish 9: English 10: Volley
SHEILA GALE SINGER -- Red Cross Council: College Club:
M.M.M.: Choir I, 4: Glee Club: Advanced .-Xrt: .-Xdvanced Foods:
ltetty Crocker Home-Making Test: Basketball '55: Volley Ball '5-I:
S. JAMES SLIVKA4Homcroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Key Club:
Conditioning Club: Special Shop, Foreman: J.V. Basketball '5-I.
'55, '56: Volley Iiall Champs '5-I: Intramural Swimming Champs
'54: Intramural Yollcy Ball '54, '55, '56: Intramural Basketball
'54, '55, '56
SHIRLEY SLOME--Hall Patrol: Junior Glee Club: junior Red
Cross: Library Staff: F.N.A.: Orchestra 4, 5: English 10
JOHN F. SOLLINGER - Homeroom Foreword Representative:
Hall Patrol: Radio Club: Drivers Training Club: Mechanical
Drawing: Cross Country '54, '55: Track '55: Intramural Sports
BARBARA S. SOLOMON-Student Council Publicity Committee:
Junior Glee Club: Service Club: Drivers Training Club: Advanced
Clothing: Gregg Typing Award: Red Cross Children's Hospital
Project: Basketball Tournament '53
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HAROLD SOLOMON-Homeroom President, llth Grade: Secre-
tary, 10th Grade: College Club: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast:
Choral Speaking: American Automobile .-Xssociation Award: J.V.
Basketball '54, '55: Intramural Basketball Champs '56: Swimming
Champs '55: Volley Ball Champs '55
HENRY GERALD SOLOMON-Usher Staff: VVood Carving Club:
Orchestra 1. 2, 3: VVood Shop, Foreman: Advanced XVood Shop
JOHN S. SPEAR-Treasurer of Senior Class: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9-12th Grades: Foreword Representative, 10th Grade: I.ieu-
tenant Governor of Pennsylvania District of International Key Club,
10th Grade: Student Council Hospitality Committee, Chairman:
News Iiditor of Foreword: Hall Patrol: United Nations Club:
Student Council: College Club: F.T.,-X.: Senior Discussion Club:
Problems Committee: Choir 5: American l.egion .-Xward: S..-X.R.
History Award: Dramatic linglish Class: Class Plav Cast: Civic
Club: Pitt Scholarship: Basketball and Volley Ball Intramurals
DIANE SPERLING-Homeroom Secretary, 9th, 10th Grades: So-
cial Committee: M.M.M.: Recording Secretary: F.T..-X., Correspond-
ing Secretary: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Student
Council Social Committee: United Nations Club: College Club:
F.T.pX.: Intermediate Discussion Club: Gregg Typing Award
JAMES SPEVOCK-College Club: Camera Club: Drivers Train-
ing Club: Band 4: Golf Team '55: Intramural Basketball '53, '56:
Pittsburgh Golf Championship '55
HELEN LOUISE STAHL-German Club, Secretary: Type Club:
Drivers Training Club: Choir 5: Chorale: Octet: Quartette
DONALD W. STEELE-lntermediate Discussion Club: Microscope
Club: Conditioning Club: Chess Club: Chorus Z. 3: Intramural i
Basketball '54, '55, '56
SHIRLEY ANN STEELE-Today's Business Girls: Library Staff:
Senior Drivers Training: American Legion Award: Gregg Typing
and Shorthand Award: Basketball '55
GERALD STEIN-Junior and Senior Life Saving: Special Shop,
Foreman: Varsity Letter and Certificate: Swimming T'eam '54, '55,
'56: Track '56
IRIS SHEILA STEIN-Student Council: Foreword Representative:
Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: M.M.M.: Book Club: F.T.A.: United
Nations Club: Intermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: College
Club: Advanced Foods: English 10
ANITA STEINBERG-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Library
Representative: Foreword Representative: F.T.A.: College Club:
Y-Teens: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: M.M.M.: Class Day Com-
mittee: Advanced Foods: Volley Ball '51-'53: Basketball '52, '53:
Soccer '53, '54
EILEEN STEINBERG-Red Cross Club: Library Staff: Garden
Club: Drivers Training: F.N.A.: Orchestra 3: Advanced jewelry:
SHIRLEY STEINBERG-Hall Patrol: A.N.C.: Drivers Training
Club: F.N.A.: Today's Business Girls
ETHEL ZEE STONE-Usher Staff: Journal Staff: F,T.A.: Junior
Red Cross Council: College Club: French Club: Advanced Art:
Gregg Typing Award
JOHN L. STRAUCH-Senior Class President: Student Council
President: Homeroom Secretary, llB: President, IIA: Senior Dis-
cussion Club, Attendance Secretary: Student Council Hospitality
Committee: Journal Staff: F.T.A.: College Club: French Club:
English 9: Delegate to National Convention of Student Councils:
American Legion Award: Harvard Book Award: National Merit
Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test: Recipient of Pitt Scholarship:
Intramural Basketball, Captain '54-'56
MARCIA ANN STRUNK-A.N.C.: Square Dance Club: First
Sergeant, Majorettes: Office Work: Advanced Home Economics:
Majorette Medal: Basketball '52-'53: Volley Ball, Softball, Hockey '52
CAROLE DIANA SWEENEY-Today's Business Girls: Service
Club: Hall Patrol: Advanced Clothing: Fashion Show, 10B-llB:
Gregg Typing Award
ROBERT STUART TEIFELD-Student Council Representative.
IZB: Gift Committee: Camera Club: Projection Club: Slide Rule
Club: College Club: Electric Shop Foreman, 10th Grade: Qualita-
tive Analysis Class: Varsity Swimming Squad '54-'56
SHIRLEY THOMAS-Distributive Education: lintered from All-
derdice in 9th Grade from Mifflin
LARRY TORIN-Class Day Committee: Foreword Representative:
Green Key Club: Biology Club: Chess Club: Band l-5: Marching
Band: Orchestra: All-City Band: Brass Quartet: Pennsylvania
History Award l
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ORGE LUCAS ROI OS-American Legion Award: lintered
Allderdice in 10th Grade from Gladstone junior High
DAN VARHOLA-Social Committee: Honieroom Vice President.
9A: President, 10-12th Grades: Green Key Club, Secretary: Key
Club: Band 1-5: Varsity Letter '54, '55: junior Varsity Basket-
ball '54-'56: Varsity Volley Ball '54, '55: Intramural Softball '52-'53:
Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball '52-'55
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JOANNE HELEN VERBIAR-Service Club: Library Typist: Li-
brary Staff: Advanced Art: Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards
CAROL VILLA-Homeroom Treasurer. 9A: Vice President, llB:
Secretary. llA: A.N.C., Secretary: Distiibutive lfducation
ILGMARS VILPORS-College Club: Electric Shop Foreman: ln-
tramural Basketball '52, '54
MARCELLA WAGELEY fa Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 10th
Grade: Library Representative: Library Staff, President: F.N.A.:
A.N.C.: Today's Business Girls. Treasurer: Student Council, Social
Committee: Advanced Foods: Softball '53: Basketball '55-'56:
NATALIE ESTELLE WAGNERAForeword Staff: Student Coun-
cil Representative: lntermediate and Senior Discussion Clubs: Book
Club: United Nations Club: F.'l'..-X.: Chorus 3: Social Committee:
Volley Ball '53
NATHANIEL RALPH WAKEFIELD - Chess Club: Advanced
Metal Shop: Special Shop: Metal Shop Foreman
JAMES NELSON WARD-Cafeteria Staff: Chess Club: United
Nations Club: Choir 3, 4, 5: Secretary of A Choir: lfnsemble: Male
Quartette: A Choir Soloist: All-City Choir: Mechanical Drawing:
A Choir Programs at Radio Station KDKA: TV Station XVQED
CHARLES B. WEIN-Homeroom President, 12th Grade: Student
Council Representative: Co-Chairman. Class Day Committee:
Moderator, Senior Discussion Club: President French Club: jour-
nal Staff: Slide Rule Club: College Club: F.T.A.: Student Council
Publicity: Chairman Social Committee: Chairman Election Com-
mittee: Qualitative Analysis Class: VK'orld Youth Forum: Ameri-
can Chemical Society Test: Red Cross Award: ,lunior Town Meet-
ing of the Air: VVestinghouse Scholarship Test: Intramural Basket-
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SANDRA WEINBERG - Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: F.T.A.:
College Club: Intermediate Discussion Club: Advanced Foods:
Gregg Typing Award
MILES WEINBERGER-Qualitative Analysis Class
RITA MAE WEINSTEIN-Gift Committee, Co-Chairman: Student
Council: Hoxneroom Secretary, 12th Grade: F.T.A., Vice President:
President of Junior Student Council: Cafeteria Staff: United Na-
tions Club: Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Advanced Foods:
Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: American Legion Award
SANFORD MURRAY WEINSTEIN - Prom Committee: United
Nations Club, Secretary: College Club: Intermediate Discussion
Club: Band 1-S: All-City Band: Marching Band: All-City Or-
chestra: Swimming Team: J.V. Basketball: Intramural Basketball
Championship '56: All-Citv Music Festival '55, '56
JAMES LEWIS WEISMAN -- Class Day Committee: Key Club,
Treasurer: Swimming Team '53-'56: Varsity Intramural Swimming
Team, Captain '56: Most Valuable Player Award '56, Swimming:
Athletic Award: Intramural Sports. 9th-llth Grades
BERNARD LEE WEISS-Social Committee: Green Kev Club:
Varsity Club: Band 5: All-City Band: Varsitv Football 154. '55'
Homeroom Intramural Basketball Champs '53-'55
CAROL RUTH WERLING - Clothing Service Club: Foreword
Representative: Hall Patrol: Advanced Clothing: Service Certifi-
cate of Merit: Basketball '55
SANDRA VVHEELER-Social Committee: Cafeteria Staff: F.T.A.:
College Club: Book Club: United Nations Club: Advanced Foods
ANDREW LEE XVHITLEY-Chorus 4: Shop: Hall Patrol: Track
'54: Entered Allderdice from Gladstone junior High in 10th Grade
BARBARA J. WILLIAMS-Hospitality Committee: F.N.A., Presi-
dent: Today's Business Girls: Advanced Clothing: Hockey and
Basketball '53: Entered Allderdice in 10th Grade
SUE ANN WINTROB-United Nations: College Club: F.T.A.:
Intermediate Discussion: M.M.M.: Usher Staff: Hall Patrol: Cafe-
teria Staff: Advanced Foods: Betty Crocker Homemaking Contest
DAVID WOLK-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice President and
Treasurer, 12th Grade: Intermediate Discussion and Senior Dis-
cussion Clubs: Vice Moderator, Senior Discussion Club: Hall Patrol: E
Camera Club: Conditioning Club: Slide Rule Club: Band 1, 2, 3.
4, 5: English 10: Gregg Tvping Award. Intramural Softball, Swim-
ming '53: Basketball, Volley Ball '30-'56
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JOHN HENRY WOOD-Homeroom President, 12th Grade: Sec-
retary, llth Grade: Radio Club: Track '5-l: Track and Cross
Country '55: Entered from Gladstone junior High in 10B
DENNIS WOODS-Radio Club: Mechanical Drawing lll: Electric
LEROY YAHR--Key Club, Member of Board of Directors: Hall
Patrol: Usher Staff: Drivers Club: Metal Shop Foreman
ELEANOR YALCH-Foreword Representative: Hall Patrol: To-
day's Business Girls: Red Cross Council: Choir 5: Chorale: Quartet
JUDITH ANN YANNUZZI-Homeroom Library Representative:
pionship Volley Ball '55: Hockey '5-1: Softball '55
Choir 4: Basketball '56: Hockey '55
JANICE ANN YURCISIN -- Senior Discussion Club: Y-Teens,
T'oday's Business Girls: Gregg Shorthand Award: Basketball,
Volley Ball '54, '55, '56: Hockey '55: lintered in l0B from Glad
stone junior High
AURELIA L. ZAVODNICK-Y-Teens: Drivers Training Club
'l'oday's Business Girls: Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards
Basketball, Hockev '54, '55: Softball '54, '56: Volley Ball '55, '56,
Athletic Shields: lintered in l0B from Gladstone junior High
ELAINE NORMA ZAVOS-Social Committee: Cafeteria Staff!
l'.'l'..-X.: Senior and lntermediate Discussion Clubs: Book Club:
College Club: Modern Dance: Gregg Typing Awards: National
Poster Safety Award: Civic Club Test
SARYL ZEGERSON - Class Day Committee: Student Council,
Social Connnittee Co-Chairman: junior Leaders, Secretary: Hall
Patrol: Dramatic linglish Class: Class Play Cast: College Club:
Chorus 1, 3: junior Glee Club: Advanced Clothing: Fashion Show
'53, '5-4: English 9: Special Dance: Civic Club Test: Athletic
Awards: Volley Ball '51-'56: Basketball, Softball, Soccer '50-'56:
S. DON ZELIGSON-Orchestra 4, 5: All-Citv Orchestra: String
Group, A Orchestra: Chess Club: Camera Club: Track Team '56:
Cross Country '55: City Cross Country: Intramural Basketball
'52-'56, Championship Team '52-'5-4: Tennis '55, '56: junior Varsity
Basketball '5-12 Senior Varsity Basketball '55-'56 if
RONALD ZIEGLER-Mechanical Drawing
Today's Business Girls: Athletic Award: Basketball '53-'55: Cham-
FAYE YARCHEVER-Square Dance Club: United Nations Club:
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MYRON ZIMMERMAN - Foreword Representative, 9th Grade:
Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Senior Drivers Club: Or-
chestra 3: Metal Shop Foreman: Special Shop: junior Dramatics
Club: Pennsylvania VVeek Contest, 5th Place: Intramural Swim-
ming '52, '53: Intramural Basketball '52, '56: Intramural Volley Ball
and Track '52
RICHARD ALLAN ZIONTS-Class Day Committee: Homeroom
President, 9A-IZA: Vice President. IIB: United Nations Club,
President: Senior Discussion Club, Moderator: Spanish Club, Vice
President: Key Club: Law Club, Vice President: F.T.A.: College
Club: Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4, 5: junior Town Meeting of the Air:
Swimming Team, Manager '5Z: Intramural Swimming '52
HERBERT ZOOK-Student Council Representative. l2A: Senior
Discussion Club: College Club: Choir 4: English 10: Cross Coun-
try '55, '56: Track Team '55, '56: Intramural Basketball '55, '50
THOMAS ZVOCH-Distributive Education Class: Student Council
Representative, 12th Grade: Vice President, 9A: Square Dance
Club: Special Shop: XN'ood Shop: Machine Shop: Athletic Letter
TOBY ZYTNICK - M.M.M.: F.T'.fX.: junior Glee Club: Gregg
JOHN JOSEPH REGETS-Special Shop Foreman
JOHN TRAINERslntramural Basketball, Swimming
LORRAINE HUGHESfHomebound Student
EDWARD GEORGE BERRY-Drivers Club: Special Shop: VVood
Shop: Football '53
WILLIAM J. HENNESSEY, JR.-Choir 5: Homeroom Treasurer.
10th Grade: Returned to Allderdice after two years military service
GEORGE A. REESE - Veteran, United States Army: Entered
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My Sister Eileen
JUNE CLASS PLAY
Eileen Sherwood .
Fletcher, 3rd Admiral, Sandhog
Drunk, 1st Admiral .
Drunk,, 4th Admiral
Tenant , . . ..
Vendor, 2nd Admiral
Stage Manager A
Hand Props ,
Director , .. ,.
Student Director ,.
, Allan Rashba
. Ivan Gold
. Sanford Gold
,. ,Bette Nadel
,, . ,Ruth Pincus
,. ,..,,......,.. Diane Fleishman, Jane Fleishman
. , jim Reich
. Claire Judd
.Miss Edith Finegold
Miss Barbara Clark
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June Class Commencement
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1956
Processional-Pomp and Circumstance ...,..,......................................,......,..,.........,.....,.. Elgar
Orchestra-Mr. Walter Voyvodich, Director
Invocation ..,.................... ..,...., ,..........,................,..,.........,..,..,..,,.......... R abbi Aaron B. Ilson
Song of Jupiter ...,............, .,............,.......,....... .,......,,............,.....,..... H a ndel
Presentation of Flowers .,............,...,..,..,......,,.,,.,......,..., .. .,,............... January Class, 1957
Gerry Ruth Sack, January Frank Ganz, June
String Quartet-Allegro Moderato .......... ....,.............,..,......,,...............,........ H aydn
john Selassy, First Violin Michael Altman, Viola
Gail Kruman, Second Violin Martin Nathan, Cello
"THE FOUNDATION OF A STATE IS THE EDUCATION OF ITS YOUTH:
TO KNOW SOMETHING, DO SOMETHING, BE SOMETHING"
The Allderdice Creed ...,.,.............,.....,......,....... Ralph Rosenthal
"To Know" ,................................,......... . .,.........,.,.... Patricia Frank
"To Do" .,.......,.........,..... . .,.,...., Richard Berkey
"To Be" ...,.... .......,. R uth Ann Amos
Salve, Regina ........,..,..,.......................,.........,.............,......,.........,.....,,...........,......... Waddington
Black Is the Color of Mv True Love's Ha'ir,. .,,,..,.. , ,....,..., Appalachian Folk Song
A Cappella Choir-Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
Class Gift ........,....,.,........,...................,..,.........,..,...,...................,.........,.,......,..,... june Class, 1955
John Strauch, June Wesley Pickard, January
Authorization of Diplomas ,......... ..... .......,...,.,............,..,. .... M r . Haines W. Pullen
Director, Section on Secondary Education
Presentation of Diplomas ..............................,...........,.........,...,......... Mr. J. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
Recessional-March of the Priests from "Athalia" ,,.,.. ,........... ,........,......,, M e ndelssohn
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1956
Processional-Pomp and Circumstance. ....,... .. ......................,,.......... ..,......,.,.. E lgar
Pomp and Chivalry ,...,,....,.. .. ..,.....,...,.,...,.........,..,......,..,..,.....,......,..,... Roberts
Band-Mr. Roy Dietz, Director
Invocation .... ,..... ........,,.. ,..... ........... . ...,.....,.........,.,...,.......,.,.... R e v e rend James Arthur Rowan
Lincoln Place Presbyterian Church
Presentation of Flowers ...,..,.,....,............. .....,..,......,...........,..,,.. J anuary Class, 1957
Edward Jacobson, january John Spear, June
Trumpet Trio--Three Syncopators ,..,.........,.........,...,....... . ..,.....,.....,........,........,..,...,..,. Harris
Peter Glick Philip Ruben
Edward Dektor David Rosenzweig, Accompanist
"THE HIGHEST AIM OF EDUCATION IS THE FORMATION
Character ..,.....,............,..,..............,......................., Michael Altman
Scholarship ,.,..,... ..,....,..........,.........,,................ E dith Gosztonyi
Leadership ,...,..., ..... ,..,. S t anley Gordon
Service .....,........ ,......... ...,,..,....... ,.........,....,. G l o ria Levinson
Clarinet Trio-Gavotte .....,.................,.......................,..,..,........,..,......,.,................,............ Gluck
Salve, Regina .....,..........,.........................,...,....... L ..........,........................,..,.............. Waddington
Black Is the Color of My T'rue Love's Hair.. ....................... Appalachian Folk Song
A Cappella Choir-Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
Class Gift ......................,.........,..,......,......,......,..,.....,................ . ................,,........ June Class, 1956
David Breakstone, June Frank Lucchino, Januarv
Authorization of Diplomas ..,.............,..,.........,,.........,......,..,..,.......... Mr. Haines W. Pullen
Director, Section on Secondary Education
Presentation of Diplomas ............ .....,.....,.................................. M r. J. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
Recessional-Sons of Liberty ...............................................................................,....,..... Buchtel
The Crystal Ball 0 119
Teacher , , . .. ..,. Mrs. Dorothy J. Meyer
President ,e,. ..V, , ,. e..,e.. ,..,. S heldon Shearer
Vice President . .. . ,Alma Hahalyak
Secretary , ,. ..,... .,r.. , Patricia McKelvey
Treasurer .. . .,.....,.,...e...,... .. . Richard Berkey
Student Council Representative r .... ,Samuel Kaniiu
Foreword Representative. ., ..,, ...i,.i,.....,.......,.. ......... tj c mlm Sollinger
First Row-Sandra Deakter, Alma Hahalyak, Judy Berkowitz, Lois Kaufman, Patricia
McKe1vey, Samuel Kamin, Russell Freeman, M. Richard Landy, Natalie Kamins,
Second Row-Shirley Lavelle, Joan Kmetz, Margaret Hahalyak, Barbara Knoerl, Janice
Ann Yurcisin, Aurelia Zavodnick, Frances Lawson, Patricia Miller, Carole Kaufman,
Helen Minnican, Judy Levine, Mrs. Meyers
Third Row--Virginia Kernohan, Philip McMurtry, Sheldon Shearer, Howard Foss, Harry
Colbert, Martin Nathan, Donald Steele, David Ostrow. Jack Cooperman, John
Sollinger, Judy Schoenberg
As we enter Room ll9, we find ourselves mysteriously hushed. After we
have been seated in a circle, the lights are dimmed. Our Medium, Mrs. Meyer,
is standing before a table placed in the middle. Listen, as she speaks, "Come,
oh. Swami! I-larlcen unto our request-our future reveal." The Crystal Ball
clouds up, then slowly clears, casting an eerie light on us. The seance has begun.
Present: Outstanding author in Creative Nvriting
Future: XVinner of the Pulitzer Prize for "Acme"
Philosophy: "The pen is mightier than the sword."
Present: Our "Mama," solving all our problems
Future: Psychology major. solving her own problems
Philosophy: "Thou ever my guide, philosopher, and friend."
Present: The boy with a thousand and one jokes
Future: Chief carpenter of a construction company
l'hilosophy: "Few things are impossible to diligence and skill."
HARRY COLBERT .
Present: .X happy-go-lucky fellow '
Future: .X happy-go-lucky, we hope. .hir Force Sergeant '
Philosophy: "A merry heart goes all the day." XM, VJ
Present: Baritone in A Cappella Choir
Future: Prodigy of James Melton
Philosophy: "A song is more lasting than the riches of the world."
Present: Shining star of Special Dance
Future: Pri-ma Ballerina of Sadler Wells
Philosophy: "As full of spirit as the month of May."
Present: "Dennis the Menace" of 119
Future: Mischievous nephew of Uncle Sam
Philosophy: "Slave to no sect."
Present: "johnny come lately"
Future: Electrical engineer-clock timer-at General Electric
Philosophy: "Better late than never."
Present: Possessor of a jovial sense of humor
Future: ll9's answer to Sergeant Bilko
Philosophy: "Thou best humored man."
Present: Recording Secretary of Student Council
Future: Court Secretary
Philosophy: "VVhilst I live, let me not live in vain."
Present: Capable member of Service Club
Future: Capable secretary for U. S. Steel
Philosophy: "To live every minute of every dayf,
Present: Active worker in Green Key
Future: President of construction company
Philosophy: "Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more."
Present: Miss Zeigler's little helper
Future: Perle Mesta's personal secretary
Philosophy: "VVhere there's a girl, there's a boy."
Present: The girl who leaves her house at 8:40 and is always on time
Future: Interior Decorator in the Sunny South
Philosophy: "Charm is the measure of attraction's power."
Present: A Merry Medical Maiden
Future: Superintendent of Nurses at Montefiore Hospital
Philosophy: "An apple a day, keeps the doctor away."
Present: An efficient worker in the office
Future: Mr. McClymond's personal secretary
Phil-osophy: "VVhatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well."
Present: Alert -member of the Usher Staff
Future: A credit to the teaching profession
Philosophy: "Act well your part."
Present: Perf member of Cafeteria Staff
Future: Cute Airline Hostess
Philosophy: "Good things come in small packages."
Present: The girl with a million dollar smile
Future: An authority on how to win friends and influence peoplx
Philosophy: "To err is human: to forgive, divine."
Present: The center of attention with his camera
Future: Successor to Cecil B. DeMille
Philosophy: "A lion among ladies is a dreadful thing."
Present: A quiet sweet miss
Future: Excellent secretary using a noiseless typewriter
Philosophy: "Silence is golden."
Present: Runner-up as a sweet quiet miss
Future: Winner as a top secretary of Pittsburgh
Philosophy: "Her silence is wonderful to listen to."
Present: Treasurer of Future Teachers of America
Future: Competent budget-keeper of a household
Philosophy: "A penny saved is a penny earned."
Present: jovial carefree guy
Future: Successful retail purchaser
Philosophy: "Nothing succeeds like success."
Present: Our trustworthy minute taker
Future: An executive's trustworthy letter taker
Philosophy: "Good sense is the gift of heaven."
Present: A quiet likeable fellow, always printing away
Future: Manager of his printing firm
Philosophy: "In quiet and confidence shall be your strength."
Present: Hard-working artist for the Journal Staff
Future: Hard-working illustrator for children's books
Philosophy: "Wise to resolve and patient to perform."
Present: Industri-ous Captain of the Cafeteria Staff
Future: The head waitress at Lincly's
Philosophy: "Don't cry over spilt milk."
Present: Our loveable manager of Bake Sales
Future: Pharmacist selling baked goods on the side
Philosophy: "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach."
Present: Commentating Chairman of Current Events
Future: Adversary of Edward R. Murrow
Philosophy: "Never believe rumors."
Present: Radical political fiend
Future: Mud-slinging politician
Philosophy: "I have nothing to declare except my genius."
Present: The girl sporting an envious sun-tan
Future: Beach-girl at a Miami Beach Hotel
Philosophy: "From grave to gay, from lively to severe."
Present: Our congenial president
Future 1 A
famous lawyer for the President of the U. S.
Philosophy: "That load is light which is cheerfulf'
Present: Persistent money collector for the Foreword
Future: Successful mechanical engineer
Philosophy: "Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
Present: Proud owner of a station wagon
Future: Proud president of General Motors
Philosophy: "All mankind loves a lover."
Present: A sweet and lovable girl
Future : A
sweet and lovable secretary
Philosophy: "Nothing is impossible to the willing heart."
Present: Possessing a magnetic personality
Future: An executive's girl Friday
Philosophy: "Live every day as if it were your last."
S is for
E is for
N is for
I is for
O is for
R is for
that certain happy Spirit that all of them possess.
the Effort that they put forth being best.
the Notables that all of them are.
their initiative, for certain they'll go far.
the oodles and oodles of fun they had this year.
the many wonderful remembrances that they left here
Put this altogether and Seniorls what you've got:
And without saying more, you know this bunch is at the top
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Secretary .,.e........,...e..,e,..,,.,,,4 .ee..., H elen Fitzurka
Foreword Representative ,. ..,. .
Student Council Representative .,.,.,. .....,.. . . ...,...,,. ,.... , .
Ruth Ann Amos
This fine train will soon pull away from the station,
just look at those folks, they're the best in the nation,
With laurels so great, that we all do insist,
That you take a look at its passenger list.
First Row-Sandra Kaufman, Stephanie Kovacs, Marlene Kovacs, Rudy Molnar, Michael
Kranack, Helen Fitzurka, Joyce Hall, Ruth Picovsky, Myrna Nevins, Sherma Silverhart
Second Row-Terry Boyd, William Homa. James Schusler, Barbara Solomon, Margery
Devlin, Carol Marsh, Carol Werling, Joyce Simon, Judy Black, Ilene Demor, Dixie
Hartlep, Mrs. Frain
Third Row-Victor Lapaglia, Bernard Dupee, Ronald Babash, Larry Kiesling, Michael
Koschick, Ilgmars Vilpors, Michael Shuster, David Simmons
RUTH ANN Amos
The First Lady, now, is just boarding the train,
lVhy look who it isg it's our own Mrs. Frain.
This efficient accountant is surely not lax,
For he is the one who collects income tax.
From buses to cars, he knows all of them,
So well that he's now the head of GM,
As a secretary, she is supremeg
To any fine boss, she would be a dream.
This fashion consultant is a success in her work,
From Hollywood to the streets of New York.
This clever young miss is surely no novice:
She'd be most at home in any fine office.
This physician of fame with her honors unfurled,
ls the Doctor Kildare of the feminine world.
This authoress of note now has stars in her eyes,
lfor she has just won the famed Nobel Prize.
A great engineer-that is his station,
lVith ideas unbound, he's swept the nation.
DIXIE LEE HARTLEP
This cute little miss with a smile so serene,
Does the best steno job that has ever been seen.
This man of distinction has gained quite great fame
All people in business have heard of his name.
These women of fashion with qualities high,
Model the clothes which all women buy.
This comedian is always on the go,
Right now he is starting a new TV show.
The business world has a bright new sheen,
Since we introduced this cute sister teanI.
This singing star of great renown
Has made a hit all over town.
Our little accountant, with manner so nice,
At just any task, is quite sure to suffice.
This master of strategy's right on the beam,
Because he's the coach of a pro-football team.
These electrical wizards of world-wide fame,
Have nIade tlIeir fine products a new household name
In the class that she teaches, it IS a good bet,
That everyone tries to be this teacher's pet.
This snappy young fellow, and his quartet grand,
Sell millions of records by public demand.
Many firms have their Offices graced
With these petite women whom Allderdice
ln trusted positions, with credits so high,
T O which their employers all testify.
She designs dresses for all the elite,
Her many ideas are quite hard to beat.
This fellow has had an outstanding career,
VV ith the Army from France to the coast of Tangier
This great race car driver has won great fame,
He's the best that there is at this dangerous game.
Great masters of business, and what's even more,
III every city they own a department store.
This great inventor, with ideas grand,
Has spread his promotions throughout all the land.
LET THESE BE OUR MOTTOS
live, let me not live in vain."
"Skill to do comes of doing."
"Many receive advice, but only the wise profit by it."
"That load becomes light which is cheerfully borne."
"TO err is human, to forgive divine."
"You cannot climb a ladder by pushing others down."
First Row-jean Feldstein, Linda Baraff, Annette Berkowitz, Doris Bain
Second Row-Thelma Amdur, Mary Ann Chernoff, Ruth Ann Allen, Gloria Sciulli, David
Breakstone, Herbert Blitzstein, Nancy Fox, Pauline Covel,. Stephanie Kovacs
Third Row-Paul Schwartz, Joyce Barnett, Charles Buerger. Lenore Balsam, Virginia
Caliguiri, Myron Bernstein, Allan Rashba, Linda Irwin, Rhea Breitbard, Mr. Miller
Fourth Row-George Troianos, Sidney Caplan, Dennis Woods, Herb Zook, Stephen Hol-
stein, Ralph Rosenthal, Preston Ginsburg
Ghost Town of 31
Teacher. ,,Mr. Donald G. Miller
President . . . . . . Lenore Balsam
Vice President ., .... Gloria Sciulli
Secretary , .,., ,. ., ,, .. , Stephanie Kovacs
Treasurer . ,, . .... .. .. ,. ., .Charles Buerger
Student Council Representative Ruth Allen
Social Chairinan. ,.,,. ., ., , , ...,,.. ....... . ,. ..... . . . Sidney Caplan
Ghost towns are the statues of the golden lVest,
Dead reminders of those that failed 'llllllC'5 harsh test.
Most people believe these towns are all gone,
But twenty-nine seniors claim that one still lives on.
Revived is the happy spirit of old,
lVhen settlers rushed westward in search of gold.
Come visit awhile-just say "Hello"
To these seniors of 312 in the gay long ago.
Mayor "Cookie" Balsam is leader of our town'
Smart, sweet, and wittyfa citizen of renown.
Slwriff Gloria Sfizflfi is the best that Ghost Town's had:
Her smile and wonderful singing make jail seem not so bad,
Deputy Herb Blitzstein is everyone's best friend:
Upon Herbie's ready humor, we always do depend.
Clzflmfomawz Joyce Barnett is always very active:
You will always recognize this citizen because she is attractive.
Senator Herb Zook, although with us just a year,
Has shown leadership and wisdom without a single peer.
Congressman Donald Bloom is our ablest politician,
Brains, reserve, and tact are his, plus kindly erudition.
Banker Charlie Buerger handles high financeg
With him our town's economy is safe at just a glance.
Postmaster Dennis Woods handles all our mailg
With him in charge of letters, deliveries never fail.
Principal Steffie Kovacs is head of Ghost Town High
Intelligent, pleasant-on her all can rely.
Teacher Doris Bain is the smartest gal of allg
The children love school-this shows she's on the ball.
Doctor Ralph Rosenthal can cure just all the illsg
It just takes a handful of his multi-colored pills.
Lawyer Paul Schwartz has wisdom and a golden tongueg
This able legal eagle puts outlaws on the run.
Editor Dave Breakstone, publisher of the Ghost Town Gazette,
Specializes in pseudonyms and dry humorg hasn't missed a deadl
Nurse "Sissy" Berkowitz is as kind as she can be:
She'll do almost anything but sit on a patient's knee.
Druggist Preston Ginsburg is our pharmaceutical chemistg
With all his magic cures, he's high on the medicine man's list.
Builder Myron Bernstein has constructed most of the towng
Among Western contractors he wears the regal crown.
Librarian Linda Irvin is head of the Ghost Town branchg
Clever and well-read, she prefers her books to a ranch.
Secretary Virginia Caliguiri, at typing and dictation's the bestg
Her ability and dependability put her far above the rest.
Ladies' Club President Nancy Fox really is a pipg
Wise, cute, and efficient, she wields the executive whip.
Designer Mary Ann Chernoff is Ghost Town's Diorg
With her trends, ideas, and fashions, she has followers galore.
Dress Store Owner Ruthie Allen stocks all the latest gownsg
The customers say her taste and ideas know no mortal bounds.
Best Dressed Pauline Covel is fashionably "correct"g
English shoes and French hairdos are just what we expect.
Beauty Salon Owner Linda Baraff can rightly boastg
For with Ghost Town women she really is the "n1ost."
Model Thelma Amdur is the homet-own beauty queeng
When bachelors talk of marriage, we know of whom they mean.
Dancer lean Feldstein is tops in the town ballet:
Teaching, practicing, performing are part -of her busy day.
Actress Rhea Breitbard, star of the Ghost Town stageg
Broadway can have their Bernhardt, Rhea is our own "rage,"
Storeleeeper George Troianos has foods for one and all,
Happy, friendly, generous, he's at our beck and call.
Rancher Joel Charach has the best "spread" in the state,
His "savvy," pep, and drive really have made him rate.
Hotehnan Sidney Caplan is the nicest guy in towng
Even when the hotel's filled, he won't turn a stranger down.
Bandleader Steve Holstein leads the Ghost Town Band,
In a bright red coat, leading happy notes. we're glad Steve's on hand.
Marshall Allan Rashba draws the fastest gun in thc Westg
Fearless, brave, dependable-among lawmen he's the best.
The sun slowly sinks in the red Western sky.
We hope that you now know why
VVe think our mythical town's the best,
Join us, won't you ?-Make-believe tops the rest.
for When Does the Bell Ring?J
I come to school Thus I sit in my classes
Five minutes late and whip up the stair And watch my watch and watching
I get to my chair My watch
Where I canit help but botch
I'm hzfnded a late slip, My classes:
VVhich I put into my purse thus mak- VVhich reminds me of a joke
ing it worseg As I look at the clock
l've missed the Bible, "Time will pass-will you?"
l'm liable No,
fo fall homemom' But 1 watch the clock
Then starts the day- And I've made it a science to
I might go to Latin to learn conjuga- Vilatch that applianceg
tions And I've sweat through the day
Or government stations or For what 3:05 brings.
Relations The final bell rings,
About which I know nothingg, And I run home
But I'm quite good at bluffing Ifive minutes late
Such things For the dinner bell.
And then the bell ringsg VVell,
, , b ' ll ' .
Or perhaps in choir It egms a mer
I sit and make sounds-
Ifor I can't sing a note
And what comes from my throat
Which makes everyone yell
VVhile I wait for the bell.
Math Review of 313
First Row-Phyllis Sarkin, Faye Yarchever, Sheila Singer, Elaine Zavos
Second Row-Diane Livstone, Angel Lennex, Carol Kranack, Norman Roth, Dan Varhola,
David Wolk, Gail Kruman, Carolyn Gardner, Nancy Gregory
Third Row-Ilene Shapiro, Joanne Verbiar, Ruth Finkelstein, Rochelle Sigal, Lawrence
jubelirer, Philip Ruben, Burton Bogdan, Miles Weinberger, Cecelia Genes, James Ward
Fourth Row-Carl Janavitz, Manfred Gabler, Marcia Rubinoff, Barbara Myers, Joseph
Landau, Clifford Hines, Irwin Goldston, Janet Glazer, Ronald Ziegler, James Hubbard
THFOREM : A
proposition to lze proved hy a chain .if reasoning.
313 : ONE TERRIFIL' HOMEROOM.
Miss Alice L. Phipps
Our Guiding Star these past four years.
This musician is New Kensington's loss, Allderdice's
Charming girl: ever-watchful guardian of the halls.
Effervescent: always ready with a cheer.
Friendly and charming: a smile for all.
Peppy: full of fun.
Talented actress: cafeteria bus-girl in her spare 4th
.-Xble shop foreman: guards attendance sheet enroute
Graceful skater: brings sweetness and light wherever
lVorthy addition to any class: skillful shop foreman.
Rugged outdoorsfman: always good company.
"Hot" drummer: full of rhythm and pep.
Capable and well liked: "VVith a song in his heart."
Illustrator for this famous annual: finds time for many
Our capable secretary: a sports-minded, violin virtuoso.
Our representative to governing body: analytical genius
of Qual class.
Angel Lennex Really lives up to her name: adds a heavenly touch to
Diane Livstone Matchless master of .musical artsg accomplishments un-
Barbara Myers Vigilance on hall patrol unexcelledg voice adds much
Our popular veepg executive ability always available.
Harclworking newsboyg trumpeter in famous marching
Pretty cheerleader: lots of vitality.
Administers cheer in medical roomg pert lunchroom
Vivacious redhead: efficient manager of our baton
Adroit artist: always takes a front seat.
Sweet life-saver: pleasant disposition.
New addition to our class: quite a likeable guy.
Our accomplished Prexyg leadership shown in class and
on basketball floor.
Sparkling personality: endowed artist.
Engaging choir memberg quite a nice guy.
Hard-working member of Qual: always has a friendly
word for everyone.
Our Chancellor of the Exchequer: his wit is unsur-
Zestful square clancerg always bubbling over with merri-
An energetic lass: elegant exponent of modern dance.
Competent draftsmang "draws" friends wherever he
313 :ONE TERRIFIC HQMEROOM, as proved above.
Q. E. D.
Teacher ..,,,...,... .....,....,.,....,..,.......,. ................ lv I iss Alice L. Phipps
President. ........... .....,.,,...,........,............,........,................ D an Varhola
Vice President ......., ....,.. N orman Roth
Secretary ..........,...,,...,.....,..,.,.,...,..., .,..... G ail Kruman
Treasurer ........,...........,.,.........,........... .........., D avid Wolk
Student Council Representative ,...,... ........ J oseph Landau
Foreword Representative .............. ...,..,..,. P hilip Ruben
Bi Top 314
Teacher. .....A,.,., .. . .. ,.,. ...Dr. Ann Quattrocchi
President ,.....,.,. ,..,,., Ronald Benjamin
Vice President .,... ...,.. N orman Azinger
Secretary .4.......,...,. .. ...... ,..... P atricia Frank
Treasurer .,..... ....,.,..,..,......... .r,..r..,.. ..,.. I I e nry Dubbs
Student Council Representative . . .,,.,.. Hvlohn Strauch
Foreword Representative ....... .,i.. . . ,.,. . ...,. .. .. . Barbara Friedlancl
First Row-Barbara Friedland, Patricia Knight, Patricia Frank, Ruth Nachman
Second Row-Amy Gibbard, Marlene Foreman, Henry Dubbs, John Strauch, Ronald
Benjamin, Norman Azinger, Jean Kusko, Mary Gesky, Lorraine Bakanic
Third Row-Stanley Harris, Margaret Kirk, Paula Azen, Judy Blumenstein, Arleen Cohen,
Bette Nadel, Gail Freedman, Ruth Pincus, Sandra Reiner, Mitzi DeBroff, Harold
Rubenstein, Morton Gulak
Fourth Row-Frank Gansz, Robert Graham, Marvin Fein, Gilbert Friedland, Hershel
Sacks, John Silassy, Ronald Rubenstein, Melvin Bergstein
The circus has come, the show's in town,
And all the folks are going down
To the vacant lot near the railroad tracks
To pay their dime to see the acts.
And there they'll find the painted clowns.
A man who lifts three hundred pounds,
A trapeze artist who hangs hy his toes.
And a seal with a hall atop his nose.
An aerial act on a platform tall,
Towering giants and midgets small.
And that's not all you have in store:
Besides those acts we've many more.
So hurry folks, step right this way.
A dime is all you have to pay
To see the acts and hear the roar
Of the crowd in Big Top Three-One-Four.
To run our circus and keep it in key
We have the one and only, DR. QUATTROCCHI.
Guaranteeing you'll have a wonderful time,
Treasurer HENRY DUBBS has tickets for a dime.
Trying to get the crowd to enter and to pay,
Barker JOHN STRAUCH shouts, "Hurry, right this way
Entering spectators are sold a program
By MELVIN BERGSTEIN, a top-notch salesman.
The tents and buildings which stand tall and erect
Are the work of MORTON GULAK, the famous architect.
Eventually the big top was erected at last,
But engineer GILBERT FRIEDMAN had it done mighty fast.
Directing this and that at the show tonight
Manager, ARLENE COHEN, does everything just right.
In the circus band, plucking banjo strings.
NORMAN AZINGER plays while the whole crowd sings.
Right beside him in the very first row
Sits JOHN SILASSY with his violin and bow.
The show's about to start, the lights grow dim,
And PATTY FRANK begins to sing our national hymn.
BETTE NADEL, in a voice both loud and clear,
Announces the acts for all to hear.
In her suit of blue, with shining gold braid,
WAVE PATTY KNIGHT leads the opening parade.
Stepping trimly and smartly in time with the band,
Follows Majorette MARLENE FOREMAN, baton in her hand.
Pretty and blonde, and mighty keen,
JEAN KUsK0 reigns as our circus queen.
With a beautiful gown, and flower-laden,
LORRAINE BAKANIC is the queen's first maiden.
Another cute attendant has the blonde queen,
And this lovely lady's name is JUDY BLUMENSTEIN.
In a pool of sparkling water in the center of the ring,
Swims skillful ROBERT GRAHAM, our show's Aqua King.
Look at our strong man, athlete FRANK GANSZ,
Who'll bend a steel bar with only bare hands.
Animal trainer, HERSHEL SAcKs, has labored many months
To put his well-trained animals through their tricks and stunts
Aerialist, GAIL FREEDMAN, is, we've found.
As high in personality as she is off the ground.
We marvel at the skill of charming PEGGY KIRK,
VVho is billed as the fastest typist at work.
There's the circus tall man, well over six feetg
At -basketball STANLEY HARRIS just can't be beat.
Guaranteed to erase even the most sulky frown
Is HAROLD RUBENSTEIN, our good-natured clown.
Performing her tricks on a trapeze high,
Pretty BARBARA FRIEDLAND makes the audience sigh.
There to catch her as she flies through the air
Is her partner, RoNALD RUBENSTEIN, a performer rare.
The acrobats are protected in case of a fall,
For Doctor RONALD BENJAMIN is ready on call.
Assisting the doctor in his work tonight
Is nurse AMY GIBBARD, in her trim suit of white.
Seated in a box in the first or second row,
MARVIN FEIN, a famous lawyer, is thrilling to the show.
Also in the crowd is a psychologist of fame,
Quite a pretty doctor, too, PAULA AZEN is her name.
WILLIAM HENNESSEY, the industrialist. has somehow found a way
To squeeze some time to watch the show in his busy day.
Ready and waiting beside Mr. Hennessey
Is his competent secretary, MARY GESKY.
At the circus big top, too, is teacher SANDRA REINER.
In the grandstand with her students is where you'll find her.
Also watching the ring where performs the main feature,
We find Miss RUTH NACHMAN, another school teacher.
There to watch the show and to write up her review,
Is critic RUTH PINCUS, a famous novelist, too.
The stakes come out, the canvas falls,
No more are heard the barker's callsg
No more are the acts, no more is the roar . .
No more is the Big Top Three-One-Four.
MOMENTS TO REMEMBER
Those riotous Class Play rehearsals . . .
The mobs in the Cafeteria on Turkey Treat Day . . .
The hundreds of extra tests inflicted on our helpless high honor students-
and the inferiori-ty complexes that resulted . . .
The quiet of the halls when classes were in session-until the seniors came
on the scene . . .
The quantities of potato chips consumed at night Journal meetings . . .
The crowds at the football games . . .
The frantic rush to meet those deadlines-Foreword, Journal, and senior
theme . . .
The trek library-ward with the "Riddle Special" . . .
The first "AU in chemistryQ???j . . .
The fabulous senior affairs . . .
We will have these moments to remember!
--lx The Search for -il-
Bridget 0'Malley in 358
Teacher ,A,. . ,., ...,.A..... .....,.4,,..... M i ss Leila H. Rupp
President ...,,. .. .. ............... Charles Wein
Vice President ...,. ,........,.... W alter Scott
Secretary .. .l... .,,... . .. ,..,..,.l........... ,.,,.... H arriet Schilit
Treasurer . .,.,l .. .. ..,... ..... ....,.,..,...... ....... M e l vin Ramey
Student Council Representative .r... ..... B ernard Siegel
Student Council .Alternate ,,.,,.... l...... A nnette Roscow
Foreword Representative ,. ...,...,... ..,..... M urray Chass
As we look into the past,
We see a darkening shadow cast a deep, mysterious spell.
By traveling the path of regression,
Our class will teach an historical lesson.
Led by Miss Rupp at the setting sung
A former incarnation for everyone.
Miss Rupp: "Let nie take you to times so real
Your former self you will reveal.
Watch the candle's dying flame
Each, in turn, disclose his name."
Eleanor Becker: "I was Martha Washington."
Fair Martha was she, first lady of the land,
Although today she keeps the books, she lived in manor grand.
Andrey Camins: "I was Marie Antoinette."
As Marie Antoinette her hair style was a shockerg
Today her squeegee's in everyone's locker.
Murray Chass: "I was Horace Greeley."
Like Horace Greeley he's a journalist's findg
He writes interesting columns of every kind.
Jill Fine: "I was Josephine Bonaparte."
She inspired Napoleon's every campaign,
For she was the world-famed grande dame.
Saralee Finernan: "I was Frances Wright."
She was the leader in human rights,
Her constructive ideas led the fights.
Richard Hayden: "I was Richard Halliburton."
Famed Mr. Halliburton traveled wide and farg
Someday Richie will have been the first to swim to Gibraltar.
Herbert Halsband: "I was Will Rogers."
Like Will Rogers I entertain
With warm-hearted wit in the lightest vein.
Allan John: "I was Long John Silver."
He, too, is looking for a treasure,
And with his hands he'll gain it in greater measure.
Judy Mainzer: "I was Jane Addams."
Like jane Addams she wishes to aid
All mankind so progress can be made.
Alan Nathenson: "I was Thomas Edison."
As Tom he received the urge to do
Experiments varied on ideas so new
.Maxine Ncwlzousez "I was joan of Arc."
lfVe liken Max to -loan of Arc
For she is the one with the leader's spark.
Alan Parker: "I was Beau Brummellf'
Beau Brummell set the pace for the men of his
Like our Alan and his Ivy League line.
Karen Parker: "I was Helen of Troy."
Yes, Karen was Helen of Troy,
The target of glances from every boy.
Jael Platt: "I was Babe Ruth."
"I-li! Sultan of Swat" to him people call,
"You have a great future in professional ball."
Melvin Rainey: "I was Sir Lancelot."
He was a knight, gallant and boldg
The fate of the game in his hands he will hold.
Julia Reed: "I was Florence Nightingale."
To the sick and needy a welcome sight,
To aid them in escaping their plight.
Annette Roscowz "I was Abigail Adams."
She was Abigail Adams, a hostess renown,
Vivacious and sprightly, the belle of the town.
Da-'vid Rosenzweig: "I was Enrico Caruso."
He's a modern Caruso whose magnificent voice
Will always be every critic's choice.
Helen Roth: "I was Queen Victoria."
Like this famous queen, mighty and strong,
She was the friend of the following throng.
Dick Rothenstein: "I was Knute Rocknef'
As this man of athletic fame,
To be a great athlete is still my aim.
David Rota: "I was Henry Fordf'
Dave finds himself to have been Henry Ford,
Skilled with his hands-money's great lord.
Harriet Schilit: "I was Harriet Beecher Stowe."
A freedom loving girl who fought with the word,
' Believed the pen mightier than the sword.
Richard Schncker: "I was John D. Rockefeller"
Like John D., Iill rocket to fame
With a chain of hotels under my name.
Walter Scott: "I was Lord Chesterfield."
I was an expert on manners and etiquette,
And the fashion-plate of the royal set.
Irene Segiel: "I was Hattie Carnegie."
Hattie Carnegie's clothes have paved the way,
For the hair styles I'1l set someday.
First Row-Helen Gail Roth, Saralee Finernan
Second Row-Gloria Simmons, Eleanor Becker, Melvin Ramey, Harriet Schilit, Charles
Wein, Walter Scott, Judy Mainzer, jill Fine, Marcia Strunk
Third Row-David Rotz, Shirley Steinberg, Irene Segiel, Susan Sheriff, Annette Roscow,
Karen Parker, Audrey Camins, Gerald Stein, jack Shikora, David Rosenzweig, Herbert
Fourth Row-Murray Chass, Alan Nathenson, Bernard Siegel, Alan Parker, Leroy Yahr,
Richard Schucker, William Service, james Ross, Allan John, Richard Hayden
ll'1'll1'11111 .S'1'1'1'i1'1': "I was DI. I'. KIm'gai1."
Yes, bl. I'. Morgan was ni hanking fame!
'lb follow him in liusiness is my aim.
511.91111 5l11'1'iff: "I was .Ienny Lind."
She started her career in choir "A,"
Destinecl to sing to the worlcl sunleclay.
Jurk Slzikfmruz "I was Reinlmrancltf'
I,ike Remlrranclt his aesthetic sense
linlianees the wurlcl and Imrings reeuinpeilse.
H1'r11111'11 .S'1'r'5f11I: "I was .Xlhert Iiinsteinf'
They laugh at his theories ancl ealeulatinns,
lint sown he'II Imeennie the liest ui all nations.
Gluricz S11111111111.v: "I was Susan Il. .Xntlimiy."
lim' she was a leader in wun1en's rights,
lN'ith an agile mmcl which suarecl to great heights.
G1'1'11l1l .S'I1'i11: "I was Ilaniel Hootie."
Ifxpliwiiig ancl hunting were his claims tu fame:
'I'urIay you can't pinssihly heat his game.
.S'l11'1'l1'y .S'l1'1'11l11'1'g: "I was Clara Barton."
I.ike that famous nurse who enrecl in Imygone days.
In caring Im' the ill, she'II try tu win praise.
.'Iltll'l'ltI Sl1'11111.': "I was Ilolly Madison."
Marcia. like Dolly, is so pert and cute.
lX'ill remain in histury!a welcome trihnte.
C'l1111'l1'.v lI't'liIII "I was XYilliam .Iennings l4rya1i."
I.ike another staunch llemuerat this "Peerless I.eacIer will stancl
,'Xiii1ni,g5 the top niiteh urators tlimiigliuiit this land.
l,1'1'u'v l'11l11': "I was ,lohn XY2lllZllll1lIil'l'.H
I nsecl my talent tn rlevelnp retail tramlei
.-Xwe-inspirecl they luuk at me as one who macle the grade,
-Candidates of 364 T-
Teachei ',.. .i . i Miss Helen Gorman
President .. . . ..,.... Richard Zionts
Vice President ., ,. ,..., ....i, C iloria Levinson
Treasurer ,. ,. ..... ....,, . ...,.,...i.. ..........,.,...,... i , .i,,..,., S andra Pugh
Student Council Representative ,....,i,.......... ,...,.., Edith Gosztonyi
Alternate Student Council Representative .. ..,.,.,..... Paul Pannuccio
Foreword Representative .,...,.,,..,,.....,.,.,.. ,....,....,.......,.i D orothy Gerstmeyer
First Row-Sanford Weinstein, Natalie Wagner, Sanford Gold, Sandra Pugh, Gloria
Levinson, Richard Zionts, Dorothy Gerstmeyer, Nancy Kronket, Jacqueline Kostrub
Second Row-Miss Gorman, .Rita Shapira, Shirley Slome, Eileen Steinberg, Laconnie Drake,
Judy Ryabik, Dorothy Morris, Jae Brown, Barbara Moll, Edith Gosztonyi, Eugene
Third Row-Aaron Lupovitch, Harold Solomon, James Spevak, David Greenberg, George
Kalinsky, David Goff, Paul Foreman, Stanley Gordon, Edward Dektor, Paul Panuccio
When the Graduation Party went to the polls to elect candidates for the
November elections, all candidates chosen were citizens of 364, The Intramural
Basketball State. The following candidates will appear on the election ballots . . .
President of the United States-RICHARD ZIONTS
Qualifications: President of 364: Moderator of Senior Discussion Club
Secretary of State-DAVID GREENBERG
Qualifications: Diplomacy and a winning smile
Treasurer of the United States-SANDRA PUGH
Qualification: Treasurer of 364
United States Senator-EDITH GOSZTONYI
Qualifications: Active member and secretary of Student Council
Attorney General of the United States-SANFORD GOLD
Qualification: Outstanding speech student
United States Tax Collector-DOROTHY GERSTMEYER
Qualification: Competent Foreword representative of 364
Director of United States Nuclear Research Department-STANLEY GORDON
Qualification: Qualitative Analysis star
Surgeon General of the United States-EILEEN STEINBERG
Qualification: Active member of F.N.A.
Miss America-LINDA LINTON
Qualification: Miss 364
Mr. America-SANFORD WEINSTEIN
Qualification: Mr. Muscles of 364
U.S. Men's Olympic team-GENE LAFACE
Qualifications: Allderdice football team: 364 intramural basketball team
U.S. Women's Olympic team-NANCY KRONKET
Qualification: Leading athlete in girls' intramural sports
Official Translator of United Nations-PAUL PANUCCIO
Qualification: El Presidente del Club Espanol
Head Librarian for the Library of Congress-LACCONNIE DRAKE
Qualification: Distinguished service on T.A.H.S. library staff.
Best dressed woman in the United States-JAE ANN BROWN
Qualification: Claire McCardle of 364
Representative to the House of Brooks Brothers-AARON LUPOVITCH
Qualification: Beau Brummel of 364
Pulitzer Prize in journalism-BARBARA MOLL
Qualifications: Journal staff and editor of the Foreword
Poet Laureate of the United States-RITA JACOBSON
Qualification: skilled sonneteer
Head Starlet Usheretter at Oscar Awards-DOROTHY MORRIS
Qualification: Outstanding service on T.A.H.S. Usher Staff
Oscar Award-GLORIA LEVINSON
Qualification: Brilliant performance in class play
To replace Arthur Murray-MARVIN ELMAN
Qualification: Staff dancer at class parties
To replace Edward R. Murrow on Person to Person-NATALIE VVAGNER
Qualification: Writer of "Know Your Notables"
New Orleans Jazz King-EDDIE DEKTOR
Qualifications: Band, T.A.H.S.g 364 Sixth Period Jam sessions
Official Chef of United States-HAROLD SOLOMON
Qualification: Prize pizza maker
U.S. Bowling Champion-PAUL FOREMAN
Qualification: Distinguished performances at Beacon Bowling Alleys
U.S. Golf Champion-JAMES SPEVOCK
Qualification: City golf champion
Engineer of Trans-Atlantic Bridge-DAV ID GOFF
Qualification: Outstanding physics student
President of Secretaries' Union-JUDY RYABIK
Qualification: Hard working member of Today's Business Girls
TV Emmy Award-GEORGE KALINSKY
Qualification: Top comedian of 364
Secretary of Health, Education, and VVelfare--SHIRLEY SLOME
Qualification: Diligent member of F.N.A.
International Baton Twirling Champion-JACQUELINE KOSTRUB
Qualification: Allderdice Majorette
Re-election to the Office of Best Homeroom Teacher in T.A.H.S.-
MISS HELEN GORMAN
Qualification: Experience in this office since September, 1953
i-+413 in Wonderland
Teacher ,.,. .. Miss Ulivia Koenig
President ..... .. .john Spear
Vice President .. . ..Nathan Sherer
Secretary .....,.. ,i.., . .. Rita XVeinstein
Treasurer . .. .,.,. .....,...,.....,.. ......,.. . . .. . 'lanies Reich
Student Council Representative. ,... . blames Reich
Foreword Representative . ,.,. .,....., ...,. . . . ..,...,.. . .. Anita Steinberg
First Row-Ilene Mates, Rosalyn Mann, Sandra Wheeler, Anita Steinberg
Second Row-james Weisman, Larry Torin, Rita Weinstein, james Reich, Judy Senke-
witz, John Spear, Ethel Stone, Sybil Shear
Third Row-Miss Koenig, Nathan Sherer, Roy Krochmal, Irwin Hirsh, Shirley Steele,
Clair Gibson, Sandra Kubancek, Barbara Dubbs, Lee Ann Ault
Fourth Row-Richard Cohen, Norman Abelson, Edward Bolner, Marcia Hirshman, Diane
Greenberg, Carole Schmidt, Henry Solomon, David Sambol, Jerry Minogue
Down we fall through the rabbit hole.
At the bottom can be seen
The happy land. you all nuist know.
Called XVonderland 4l3l
But now the folks are so sad,
And they cry a pool of tears.
They must leave the place they love so much.
XVhere they have spent the last few years.
At our last Mad Tea Party
lVe'll review the years we've spent.
So why not lend an ear
To the roll-call at this event?
.lI1'.r.s' 1X,0t'7II'fj Our queen, Miss Koenig. watches 0'er this land.
Her faithful subjects beckon to her every conunand.
And in our hearts there will always be a space
For Miss Koenig, who niade XYonderland a heavenly place.
iivllflllflil fllwlsozz Norm has a knack for tinkering with a ear.
As our big wheel he sure goes Far.
Eclwrird Holzzvr llveryone around these parts are wise
To Eddie, our ladies' man, with wrnking eyes.
Riflmrd C'0l1z'11 XVhen it comes to drawing there is nothing he can't.
Yes. here's a guy who's our Mr. Rembrandt.
Marsha H ershman
Barb is always so full of fung
This bundle of charm is liked by everyone.
We all like Claire, and we can see
Our secretary sitting on her boss' knee.
Diana has formed a company since she came-
Sweetness Incorporated is its name.
About our working woman we all have this to say,'
At carving a career she is far on her way.
One day we would not have a shock
If Irv became a famous "Doc,"
"Calling all girls," you can hear him say aloud.
Our Mister Big is always followed by a crowd.
Who does our office work better than the rest?
Why it's Sandy as you all must have guessed.
Personality plus is what this gal has got.
She's sugar 'n spice and sure liked a lot.
Toby likes to tell us jokes and display her wit.
As our home economist she keeps us all so fit.
This guy is one of the swimmers of 4133
We will be proud of him as a Marine.
We call him our money-man, and that's because
As our treasurer he has no flaws.
Everyone's pal is what Dave's become.
He is always helping and so ful-l of fun.
This modest miss takes shorthand so fastg
As our stenographer she will always last.
This lovely lass is fun to have around.
With looks and personality she really does abound.
Sibyl is so very smart, and it seems to be true
When it comes to sewing there is nothing she can't do.
This guy is our comedian, he makes us feel so gayg
His terrific personality will make him famous some day.
Henry is a great guy and it is said
As an officer in the Army he will get ahead.
Mr. President leads us on the way as we sailg
With his common sense and firm hand we can't ever fail
She's our favorite secretary, you all know the girl.
That's right, it's our happy-go-lucky Shirl.
This pretty blonde has considerable wit and humor,
And a vivacious personality-that's no rumor.
Our cute New Yorker with accent so sweet
Adds lots of sunshine that can't be beat.
All the cards are stacked in favor of our guy Larryg
When it comes to his studies he is known not to tarry.
THE CONSUMER IN SENIOR ECONOMY
J tunes Ross
NVe call her Sunny and you all know the reasons-
She is smiling and happy throughout the seasons.
Our sweet sophisticate is popular and ready to try
As a teacher, her success will soar very high.
Sitting on top of the world is our Jimg
He can't be beat when it comes to a swim.
Judy is our sweetheart and you nave all heard-
As our favorite gal she sure is preferred.
Here's a guy who's loads of fun,
At telling jokes he's never done.
Everyone is here and accounted for,
And we have to go, it's trueg
There will never be a place like XVonderland.
We think so, how about you?
People everywhere are busily engaged in gratifying or attempting to
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Following is a list of terms essential to understanding the consumer in senior
Economic commodities are forms of wealth-Senior class dues.
Necessities-certain desires implanted in each individual by nature-to
belong to a class committee.
Sup'ply means the quantities of a goods offered for sale at a correspond-
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'1'CuQl1t-r Ur. Wesley XYagner
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Vice l,l't'Sitll'llt Carolyn Koehin
Secretary-Treasurer lNl2lXillC' Kuhn
Student Council Representative Sandra lleliroff
.Xlternate Student Council Representative llerhert Zook
Foreword Representative Kay l.oikrec
First Row-Peter Glick, Kay Loikrec, Robert Teifeld, Maxine Kahn,. Mark Elowitz,
Carole Kochin, David Lippock, Iris Stein
Second Row-Constance Drake, Toby Zytnick, Claire Judd, Fred Schwartz, Diane Sperling,
Sandra DeBroff, Robert Herrick, S. Don Zeligson, Phyllis Mares, Rita Shapiro,
Frances Ferrazzano, Dr. Wagner
Third Row-Gail Shapera, Bernard Weiss, Paul Love, Eugene Scigliano, Sherwin Siff,
Jack Moss, Ivan Gold, Esther Segal, Carol Hazley
lllt. XVAGNILR: "l"ather Knows Best"
.-Xlthough these years we have done inany things wrong,
"Doe" has heen glad to lead ns right and help ns along.
S,fXNllR,'X illelilifllflf: "l'rivate Secretary"
The l"orezeord and the journal ean't do without this galg
ller pleasant personality is good for your morale.
CONSTANCE DRAKE: "Martie NVolfson Show"
The TY artist whose work is considered the hest,
Connie, in handling children, leads all the rest.
NLXRK lil,UVl'l'Z: "Person to Person"
l'1't'side11f Mark presides with vitality:
lle's known far and wide for his great personality.
l'li'l'liR GLICK: 'favaleacle of Stars"
Un this sports program yon will find his name,
As a diver, Pete has won laine.
lY!XN GOLD: "XYorld Tonight"
lVith hair slieked hack so neatly, keeping up with the news,
lvan, Cllilfllllllg and eoinpetent, gives forth his views.
litllllilel' llliltRlC'K: "S6-4.000 Question"
lle is the star of the show "where knowledge is kingug
ln all the categories lioh knows everything.
CLAIRE JUDD: "Peter Pan"
This pixie is a very cute lassg
She catches the attention of our entire class.
MAXINE KAHN: "Strike It Rich"
To Strike It Rich is Maxine's desire-
When we pay our dues, she can retire.
JUDY KLEIN: "Big Payoff"
In Bess Myerson's most charming way,
Judy models the mink every day.
CAROLE KOCHIN: "Welcome Stranger"
Carole seldom is found in 454g
She can be located in activities galore.
DAVID LIPPOCK: "George Gobel Show"
He's witty and heis clever as the audience can plainly seeg
Dave Lippock's terrific as the show's MC.
KAY LOIKREC: "I Love Lucy"
A gal who's as well liked as the Lucy Show,
Kay is a person we're glad to know.
PAUL LOVE: "Washington Merry-Go-Round"
Just like Drew Pearson, he gives the news,
Selling 'the world about his views.
PHYLLIS MARCS: "Love of Life"
Understanding and friendly all the while,
Phyllis is never without a smile.
JACK MOSS: "Brighter Day"
Full of pep and good cheer-
We're always glad when Jack is near.
FRED SCI-IWARTZ: "Superman"
You will always find F red's name
In the Allderdice athletic hall of fame.
EUGENE SCIGLIANO: "Stage Show"
Gene is the musician in our showg
We're sure he'll give Dave Brubeck some woe.
ESTHER SEGAL: "Hit Parade"
This girl dances with style and graceg
Tonight her number is in first place.
GAIL SHAPERA: "Super Circus"
Gail's the lass who leads the Super Circus Paradeg
With her cute figure and face she puts others in the shade
RITA SI-IAPIRO: 'fValiant Lady"
In Rita we have found a friendg
Her loyalty will never end.
SHERWIN SIFF: "The Medic"
Sherm is a boy whom we all admireg
To be an M.D. is his one desire.
DIANE SPERLING: "Woman's Angle"
DeDe plays a big part in the social whirlg
In the best places you will see this girl.
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President .A......,,,... .......,.... l' .flichael Altman
Vice President ...,., . .. ...lane Fleishman
Secretary ,,....,..........,.ii.i,...,........... ,....,......,.... J une Ferko
Treasurer ...........,....i,,A.i.....,,i...,..i...,i. ...i,.. D iane Fleishman
Student Council Representative ..,... ..... . Saryl Zegerson
Foreword Representative. ......,..... .,,,. Sue NVintrob
First Row-Sue Ann Wintrob, Luise Marder, Sondra Greenbarg, Gladys Ross, Shirley
Emswiller, June Ferko, Beverly Golitz, Stanley Kaufman, Natalie Morgan, Jane
Fleishman, Diane Fleishman
Second Row-Mr. Trumbull, Nathan Mayl, Eleanor Yalch, Barbara Williams, Marcella
Wageley, Eileen Bayer, Carole Sweeney, Santa Mastriana, Marcia Esman, Michael
Bitsura, Saryl Zegerson, James Slivka
Third Row-Marshall Cherner, Sanford Marcus, Richard Oppenheimer, Myron Zimmer-
man, Andrew Whitley, Michael Altman, Edward Raley, Anthony Harrison
Standing on the dock, many people celebrate
Because a luxury liner is about to navigate
The passengers are happy for they know the crew is great
Since they are all the classmates from homeroom 4-5-8
Captain Michael Altman is a guy who rates with us:
He is our loyal president with personality plus.
Always cooperating is jane Fleishman, first mateg
VVith such personality this twin is sure to rate.
As the keeper of the log, June Ferko is just rightg
Efficiency will make her soar to some very great height.
Diane Fleishman is the one who secures our treasure,
This girl's ready smile makes her company a pleasure.
We have well balanced meals for Sue Wintrob is dietitian:
With her winning way, Sue would go far in any position.
Our food is the greatest with Sandy Greenbarg chief cookg
As a friend of everyone, she is tops in our book.
The dining room is the best with James Slivka as head waiter:
We think this guy is really swell, in fact there's no one greater
Hostess Beverly Golitz shows personalityg
This lass is full of fun and great vitality.
Our exclusive dress shop never fails to make a hit:
Run by Carole Sweeney it is the best. one must admit.
Shirley Emswiller is the seamstress of note:
Her dresses are known all over the boat.
For Santa Mastriana, the gift shop is the place
Where she entices buyers with unfailing charm and grace.
In designing for our gift shop we know who wins the prizeg
Richard Oppenheimer has what it takes we all realize.
Elaine Levy runs the beauty shopsg
The hairdos she creates are tops.
Our mad musician Andrew Whitley blasts away the blues:
His sweet notes add to everyone's enjoyment on the cruise.
Tripping the light fantastic in true artistic form,
The great Saryl Zegerson is taking the ship bv storm.
Eleanor Yalch sings like a bird,
At the musical hour her voice can be heard.
Singer Natalie Morgan is really very sweet:
Her smile and pep make her act quite a treat.
We present our ship's fashion show with greatest of prideg
For designer Barbara Williams has won fame far and wide.
Stealing the show is Sanford Marcus, the hypnotistg
For an encore of his act, the audience does insist.
Outstanding pantoniimes are done by Marcia Levaurg
Her fine talent makes her dressing room rate the star.
Learning to dance from Nathan Mayl is really a treat:
Here's one boy whom even Terpsichore can't beat.
In athletics Nathaniel Wakefield can not be outdone.
He plans the gym activities for everybody's fun. ,
Stanley Kaufman is the guy who guards over the pool:
Because of Stan's ready smile we're glad he's in our school.
Anthony Harrison cares for the passengers and crewg
To the Hippocratic oath, this 111edic will be quite true.
Aiding all her patients is nurse Gladys Rossg
Withotit her t-he ship's doctor would be at a loss.
Also as nurse, Eileen Bayer will lend a helping hand:
No matter what the trouble is, she'll always understand.
Our medical secretary is Luise Marderg
In all jobs no one can approach her or work harder.
Pharmacist Myron Zimmerman gives pills to all in needg
This happy-go-lucky fellow is filled with fun, indeed.
Marcia Esman is quite successful in her teaching careerg
T-his gal's charm and personality make her nice to be near.
Thereis never a worry how to spend that rainy dayg
For Marcella Wageley will lend books in her pleasant way.
Marshall Cherner is a boy who's won a claim to fameg
Many a picture bears this artist's well-known name.
There's one fellow on our ship of whom you often hearg
Of course it's Michael Bitsura, our well-liked engineer.
John Regets is famous from sea to seag
I-Ie's very well liked for his personality.
Edward Raley navigates the shipg
Because of his knowledge we'll have a successful trip.
Now the crew would like to bid farewell to everyoneg
And say each minute of the "trip" really was great fun.
By popular vote of the Journal Staff, the following persons we
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Carole Kaufman had not comeback to Allderdiceg
John Strauch had not broken the ice.
Norman Roth had ever been on time:
Miss Warnock's Sonnets had lacked rhyme.
Walter Scott had not always been carrying the money boxg
Allderdice had never gotten new clocks.
Miss Riddle had not come backg
john Sollinger had not been a runner in track.
Richard Berkey had not applied to every college:
The Senior Class hadn't gained so much knowledge.
SENIOR COMIC STRIP
Dennis the Menace" ..,,ii....A...r............,,............,.,...... ...,.,., IN Iike Feeney
Penny' '.i.....,.,...,... ...,...,. ,....... L i nda Vinocur
Archie" ......,.i.......,..., .......,...... T eddy Lundy
Aggie Mack" ......,. ....,.., C arole Silverman
Dixie Dugan" ,.,,.., ...r... .............. .....,.......... C a r ole Lincoff
Li'l Abner". ..,,....,r......... ................,.....,........,,.,........... ' 'Dutty" Fishman
Daisy Mae" ,....,......,.,,.. .,..,.,.......i....,..........,..............r..., ....,, J u dy Feldstein
The Three Musketeers' '....,,.i.... Faye and Maye Rattner, Evelyn Weiss
Gordo" .,........,.., . ..., ,.i....... .,...........r,..,.....,..............,... .... R o n ny Hartstein
The Jackson Twins "...,. .,..,.. The Fletcher Twins
Steve Roper" ..,.,...,..,.. .i...i..,..... U lack Abrams
Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Foss, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abrams Patricia Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce L. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Ben V. Freedman
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Altman Mrs. C. M. Friedland
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Amos A Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Azinger Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Friedland
Mr. and Mrs. William Bain Mrs. Nicholas R. Gansz QFlorence PJ
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bakanic and Daughters Raymond A. Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Balsam Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Gerstmeyer
Mrs. Ellen Becker Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gibbard
Mr, and Mrs, Harry Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. David C. Gibson
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baraff MIS. Ruth M. Glick
Mr, and Mrs, Arthur H, Berkey Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Gold
Judy Berkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Gold
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Berman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldston
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. Frank Golitz
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bitsura Edward Gordon
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Blitzstein Dr. and Mrs. William Gosztonyi
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bloom and Donald Mrs. Marie Graham
Mr. and Mrs. David Blumenstein Mr. and Mrs. Morris Greenberg
Mrs. Charles Bogdan Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Bolner Mr. and Mrs. Meyer J. Gulak
Mr. and Mrs. Zelig Breakstone Mr. and Mrs. George-Hahalyak
Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Brown Mrs. S. Hall
Mrs. Geraldine Alter Buerger Mr. and Mrs. H. Hecht, Janet and Stephen
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Caliguiri Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herrick
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Camins Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Holstein
Mr. and Mrs. A. Caplan Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jubelirer
Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Chass and Family Mr. Samuel Judd
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cherner Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Kamins
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chernoff Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaufman and Burton
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cohen Mfg, Begg Z, Kaufmann
Mrs. Jean B- C0l18!1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Keisling
MI. and Mrs. A. A. C0lbeI't Mr, and Mfg, Wm, Kirk
MTS- A- M- C00Perman Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Klein
Misses Andrea and Nancy Cooperman Mr, and Mrs, Gegrge Kmetz
Ralph Covel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Knight and Famil
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Deakter Anne M, Knoerl
Mr. and Mrs. Irving DeBroff Rgse Ann K1-,091-1
MT- and MTS- HYn1en Dekffn' and Fan'li1Y Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koch and Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Demor Dr. and Mrs, L, Kochin
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Devlin Mr, and Mrs. A, F, Koehle, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Dubbs Miss Mary Kovacs
MTS- Eve Elman Mr. and Mrs. Michale Kovinow
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Elovitz and Sons Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Icranack, Jr.
Louis Engel Mr. Michael Kranack
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Feldstein Mr, and Mrs. Frank K1-onket
MY- and MTS- MSX Fine and Family Mr. and Mrs. Abe Krurnan and Daughters
D- M- Finelnan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Kubancek
MY- Peter Fiflllfka, JY- Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas LaFace
Diane and Jane Fleishman Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Landau
Eliot and Eugene Flitman Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Landy and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foreman Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Lawson
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Foreman Mr. and Mrs. George Lennex
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard D. Levaur
Murray Levine, Steve and Marc
Dora Littman-Grocery Store
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Livstone and Elliot
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mainzer
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Marcus
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marder
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Maryn
Mr. and Mrs. John Mastriana and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Spiros Mantzavinos
Mr. and Mrs. John J. McKelvey
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMurtry
Dr. A. I. Schmidt
Mrs. Karl W. Schucker
Mrs. A. Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Edward G. Senkewitz
Thomas D. Sheriff
David H. Shil-rora
Mrs. A. L. Singer
Mr. and Mrs. J. Slome and Shirley
Mrs. Josephine Smith
Mrs. A. Solomon, Barbara and Larry
Frank W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John Minnican
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Solomon and Family
Stein and son,. Fred
Mr, and Mfg, S, D011 Moll Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stein
Mr. and Mrs. I. Morgan and Family Mr. and Mrs. Murray G. Stein
Mr, and Mfg, Frank Mgrfig MI. Bild MIS. Morris Steinberg
Mr, and Mfg S, M055 Mr. and Mrs. Saul Stone and Family
Mr, and Mfg E, Ngchmgn Mr. and MIS. P. L. St1'8llCh
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nathan Mr. and Mrs. Regis J. Sweeney
Orringer's Grocery Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Teifeld
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Ostrow, Sheila and Larry Torin
David Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wageley
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Parker and David Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Wagner
Mr. and Mr . Ben Picovsky Waldorf Pharmacy
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Pincus Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Walfish and Sons
Dr. and Mrs. William Reiner Mrs. Florence Weil
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sigal and Daughters Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weinberg
Mr, and Mrs. Sol J. Post Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weinberger
Edward Zane Raley Mr. and Mrs. N. Weiner
Eleanor Peeler Rainey Mr. and Mrs. H. Weinstein
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rashba Mr. and Mrs. Roy Werling
Mrs. Frank Reido Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Wheeler
Mrs. Emil 0. Ries Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosenthal Mrs. Rosalee Whitley
From the Family of David Rosenzweig Mr. and Mrs. David Wintrob and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roth Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Yalch
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roth Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yannuzzi
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. H. Yarchever
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rubenstein Ilene Zalmon
Mr. and Mrs. Loui Rubinoff Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zegerson and Family
Hershel Sacks Mr. and Mrs. Hy Ziff
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sambol and Family Dr. and Mrs. J. Zimmerman
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sarkin Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Zionts
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schilit Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zook and Sons
Roberta and Harriet Schilit
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AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
The Most Beautiful Dry Cleaning
IT'S GREATER THAN YOU THINK
and no .exlra charge for Fast Service
2 hour Shirt Laundry
CLEANERS - DYERS
5864 FORBES STREET, BELOW SHADY AVENUE
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Nationally Famous Cleaners Since 1870
The College Club
extends congratulations to its graduating members
Your fraternity and
3951 FORBES STREET
1 hour dry cleaning
2 hour shirt laundry
No Extra Charge
5820 FORWARD AVENUE
3721 FORBES STREET
of Compliments of
THE LAM PL
JEWISH Asphalt Paving Co.lnc.
Best Wishes Compliments
The Physics Club SENIOR LEADERS
Everything for the
Compliments of the
Sportswear and Dresses
5847 FORBES STREET
KIWANIS CLUB OF
SQUI RREL HILL
Best wishes to our classmates from the June class
MARK ELOVITZ JUDY SENKEWITZ
RUTH ALLEN GLORIA LEVINSON
PAULA AZEN BARBARA MYERS
JAE BROWN HELEN MINNICAN
Compliments of 162
CHARLES I. COHEN
D I N T Y
'fThank5 to a Swell Bunch
of People "
Compliments 0 f
Home Room 313
H. PARKER C0
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
'Sponsor-Miss Helen Hillard
ason's Beauty Salon
says FORBES STREET
for the unusual
in casual clothes
519 GRANT STREET
5419 WALNUT STREET
1919 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
5816 FORBES STREET
UNM! lo the Bank, Compare! "Why Pay More"
Louis Port Ralph Calig
Junior Glee Club
5867-69 FORBES STREET
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Compliments Compliments of
Waldorf Bakery SENIOR
1719 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
T. E. .
extends its sincere congratulations and best wishes to the
graduating classes and particularly to its
"' University School
GAMMA ALPHA LAMBDA
wishes to extend sincere congratulations to the graduating classes
and to its own graduating members
'F Mount Mercy Academy
zoso MURRAY AVENUE
JEANNES HAZQ1 1-5557
DRESS SHOP Dupont Paints
Future Nurses JOSEPH NURO
of America AND SON
the 1956 Graduating Class
Silver Star B. B. G.
r 1 Miller Brothers
R H Y I H M I C
1912 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Sigma Omega Pi Sorority
Sigma Omega Pi Sorority wishes to extend its congratulations
- to the graduating classes and to its graduating members
WV If -A
Sw' CW A ff
ww k at '
ETHEL SCHACHTER -
Winchester-Thurston K! UQ!! J
ROSANNE ISAY I :Sn
SUSAN KRIEGER if
Mount Mercy Academy
McKeesport High School
The Book Club
2126 MURRAY AVENUE
"Fruit is our business-
not tt sideline."
sas4 FORBES STREET
Leonarcl's M en's Shop
CORNER FORBES and ATWOOD
Featuring nationally known
Arrow Shirts, McGregor Sportswear,
Also complete stock
Ivy League Styles
the tweed shop
5836 FORBES STREET
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
The Speech Class
DELTA EPSILON BETA
extends its sincere congratulations to the graduating classes of 1956
,F January Class
and its graduating inernbers
Insurance Established since l90l
GOLD REAL ESTATE
COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH
715 BAKEWELL BUILDING
417 GRANT STREET PITTSBURGH, PENNA.
ALBERT E. GOLD MANUEL GOLD
We, the Alephs of Gateway, Chapter 389, of the Aleph Zadih
Aleph of B'nai B'rith, extend sincere wishes for good luck in the
future to our 1956 graduates:
MICHAEL ALTMAN JACK MOSS
RICHARD GLASSER' HENRY SOLOMON
STANLEY GORDON MYRON ZIMMERMAN
STANLEY HARRIS RICHARD ZIONTS
SANFORD MARCUS HERBERT ZOOK
" Connelley Vocational High School
TAU ALPHA MU SORCRITY
extends sincere congratulations to the graduating classes of 1956
and to its graduating inernbers
MARY ANN CHERNOFF
l 95 6
Modern Dance Class
Janet Bridal Shop
"Everything for the
Bride and Bridesmaid"
715 BRADDOCK AVENUE
2024 MURRAY AVENUE
School supplies, Hallmark cards,
magazines, small books, toys.
Nediam B.B. G.
wishes to extend congratula-
tions to the graduating classes
of 1956 and to its graduating
Luise Marder, President
Home Room 317
MARY ANN MIHALYO
Home Room 364
Congratulations to the graduating class of 1956 and to the
graduating members of the
PI SIGMA TAU SORORITY
The Kard Kase
Bennett Greeting Cards for All
. . Occasions
Driving School Nom Gif, Wmpb,
1707 MURRAY AVENUE
JACkSOI1 1-2854 Cat Forbesl
C l '
MONARCH ornp intents
WALLPAPER AND of
PAINT COMPANY Triangle B. B. G.
BRADDOCK, PA. 5 5 3
Town and Country
5870 FORBES STREET
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Roth and family
favorite stopping place-
your school supplies
Jay's Variety Store
5335 FORWARD AVENUE
B. X. SORORIT Y
extends congratulations to the 1956 graduates
and to its own graduating members
We, the members of
GAMMA PHI ALPHA
extend lzeartiest congratulations to the nienibers of the gradutting
'K january Class
and to our own graduating members
M. RICHARD LANDY
Linsly Military Academy
PAUL HIRSH FIELD
Compliments 0 f
Your Friendly Sherwin Williams E- DEKTOR'
Dealer R. KROCKMAL
3317 MAIN STREET L. TOREN
HOMESTEAD PARK D- VARHOI-A
Victory A. Z.A.
5 9 5 Compliments
The members of Victory
A.Z.A. wish to congratulate of
their graduating members and
to wish them the best of
everything in the future.
January Class Sealy Mattress
PI TAD PI FRATERNITY
exleiids congratulations and best wishes lo the members o the
graduating classes and to its own graduating members
Shady Side Academy
McKeesporl High School
Best wishes to the
JUNE GRADUATING CLASS
From Room 119
TONY A. CCVATO
QUICK METHOD DRIVING scHooL
College-trained instructorsg Automobile Club approvedg
Standard or automatic shiftg Dual controlled carsg
Fully insuredg State licensedg Pick-up service.
Compliments 0 f
4824 SECOND AVENUE
Best of luck to our graduating members.
-Senior Discussion Club
OFFICE RES 2 ELectric 1-2490
5Terling 1-7334 ' Hlland 1-0976
J. J. MORRIS az SON
S5 MCCANDLESS AVENUE PITTSBURGH 1, PENNA
wishes to extend sincere congratulations to the graduating class
and to its own graduating ineinbers
The Senior Student Council of Taylor Allderdice High School
would like to extend its sincere congratulations and best wishes to
the entire graduating class of 1956, and especially to its own
7k ROBERT MORRIS Shine
BUSINESS LAW SECRETARIAL
aofu wmuuva nun - Aruunc I-on: . nnuunou 19, PA
Best of luck to the seniors
Best wishes to the 1956 graduating class
Mrs. Porter and the
1OA's of 356
THE A CAPPELLA CHGIR
'wishes to extend sincere congratulations to its
Compliments 0 f
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Balsam
The Alephs of
FREEDOM A. Z. A.
extend their heartiest congratulations to the graduating classes
of 1956 and to our graduating members
DELTA LAMBDA PHI
Best 'wishes to our graduating seniors
ALPHA SIGMA TAU
extends sincere congratulations to the graduating classes of 1956
and to its own graduating members
"Be fmlzionwise and formafwisen
. . . . FOR THE LATEST STYLES IN
CASUAL AND FORMAL WEAR .A.. SHOP AT
disiinciive mens apparel
5842 FoRBEs STREET
Congratulations to the
Special Dance Seniors
SANDY DEAKTOR STEFFI KOVACS
JEAN FELDSTEIN GLORIA LEVENSON
JILL FINE ESTHER SEIGAL
Atlas Waste Paper Corp.
PENN AND SHADY SCHENLEY PARK APARTMENTS
wishes to extend congratulations and best wishes or continued
success to the graduating class of 1956 and to its
own graduating members
Military A cadeniy
University S clzool
X- '. - f
Never a n after-th i rst
COPYRIGHT 1955, THE SQUIKT COMPANY
PITTSBURGH 6, PENNA.
200-I2 DENNIS'l'ON AVENUE, ELAST BIND
PHONE: MONTROSE 1-7800
THE 1956 ALLDERDICE
312 BOULEVARD OF THE ALLIES
214 N. HIGHLAND AVENU
235 COLLINS AVENUE
to the Qmduaiing Classes
Oliver Flower Shop
C oisages our Specialty
5837 FORBES STREET
Res. HA 1-3016 Res. HA 1-2480
Sincere Best Wishes
Senior Home Room
245 FOURTH AVENUE
Marshall Wnuk-"Girls fhej where"
Fletcher Twins-Double or nothing
lim Mamajek-Tall, dark, eligible
Judy Feldstein-Darling little dynamite
Leslie Cohen--Quality plus quantity
Estelle Greenbarg-Green-eyed Vixen
Robert Robins-Genius in disguise
Carol Koch-Ordered by Male
'Tim Walfish-Them thar eyes
Marlene Buceina-Magnetic miss
Richard Judd-"Quiet type ? P ?"
The Creative W riting Class
extends best wishes to the members of the
January and June classes.
The staff members who have graduated are:
IT'S SENIORVISION, 1956
The curtain is descending
And T. A. thanks for attendingg
But before we reach the ending, you should know
Our talents we've been training,
And our muscles we've been straining,
'Clause we thought we'd like to leave you with a glow.
VVe are all top-notch performersg
VVe're all first-class informers
On "Seniorvision, 1956',
It's Seniorvision, 1956
It's a Great Life ,.............r....................................,... Being a Senior
Meet Your Neighbor .4,.,.., ...,.,..,,..,.,..,..,,.. A t the Wall
Strike It Rich ..,...,..,,..,.. An A in Senior English
You Asked for It .,...,...
W'hat's My Line .......
Curtain Tinie .,.....
N eros C aravan .,....,.
The Big Picture ..,.....
The Big Story ,.....,
You Are There .,..,...,.,
M alua ..i....t......,t......,...,.,,,.,.,,...,...
i.,.My Three Angels
...AMY Sister Eileen
Dr. H udson's Secret Journal ..,.,., ,...,.,....., T he Foreword
Down You Go ......,................,..,. ..,i... IN fir. Colburn's Tests
Candid Camera ......ii...,...,...,. .i.,.,...i....,.. H il1's Studio
Industry on Parade
Coinedy Hour .. ..s... ,.
Masquerade Party ,..,.
This Is Your Life .......,.
The Guiding Light ...,.......
Mr. District Attorn
The Illedict ....,.,
, .i..,, Activity Period
......i,...........,.... Class Day
Know Your Notables
364,000 Question ....,..,i........,,,.i.,.,.,. Are WE going to graduate?
Apjvointinent with Adventure ...,..e..,,... College Entrance Exams
Brighter Day ....,............,..,.,.,.,.,. ..............,.....,.,,.,....,.. G raduation
The Big Payoff .,...,......,.,,...,... ..4...,.i...,i,.,............., D iploma
CIi71'ltl.1f ..........,..,,...... ..ii...i.,..,.,i S enior Prom
The Iblillionaire ,.,..,.. ..s..........,.,.,...............,.,.,. A llderdice Graduate
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
"It has come to my attention."-Mr. McClymonds
"Boys, I am convinced!"--Mr. Colburn
"Everyone out of 2l4."-Miss Zeigler
"Wl1ere's your hall pass?"-VVho else but fMr. Thomasl
"Stand up, please."-Miss Warnock
"My dear child."-Miss Hillard
"And in your spare moments."-Miss Riddle
"Three mornings at eight."-Miss Allshouse
"Girls, Girls !"-Miss Bartrim
"Let me take your temperature."-Miss McKinney
A SENIOR'S HIT PARADE
Tender Trap ..........,.......,.......4..,....,........,...... Surprise English Test
Weep They Will ,....... ...,.,..,.... G raduation night
Hawkeye ,..e,..,..,.,.... ,..,....,....... M r. Thomas
Hard To Get e.,...A. ..,..,.4........,.......,.. ' 'A" in Qual
Seventeen, .........,..4 ..e,....... . .Sacred age of Senior
Chain Gang ....,.......... ..,..... S eniors during last week
Burn That Candle A..,....,.,,.............. ...,.....,...,.........,...,.. H omework
Band Of Gold ..e..,,...,.,......ee......,..,..,........., Product of jewelry class
Everybody Got A Home But Me .e.....,........ Ghost Homeroom312
I'll Never Know .e....,...,.,......,.. Correct answers to college boards
Rock Around The Clock ..,,.....,..,.....,....,.......,.,.......... Senior Party
Angels In The Sky ..,...,......,..........,....,.,............,.,.,..,...,.... M.M.M.'s
Too Young To Go Steady lr.,..,.,,,4.,......,..,...,.....,., Senior Romance
Blue Suede Shoes ....,..,4.,........... Found in locker-will sell cheap
Devil Or Angel .l,.,...,.,.,.l.,,.. ,...r........,.,. S tudent without hall pass
Rock Island Line ....... ,l..................,.,. S huttle Bus to School
If You Can Dream ..,,... r..................., T he bleachers on the field
Cry Me A River .,.....,l....,...... Teacher's reply to bad report card
Moonglow ..r...........,...,..,.,.4 Night before Senior themes are due
Memories Are Made Of This ...,.,......,..............,....., ,..,, C lass Day
16 Tons ...,..i........i.,...,...........,.. ..,........ W eight of homework books
5 Foot 2, Eyes Of Blue .,......,..,,.........,..........,............,. Prom Date
Wake The Town And Tell The People ...i..,.... Graduation night
The Great Pretender r.,....,...,...,...,.....,...... Dramatic English Class
The Creep r.r..l.,.. - ,.,..........,...... Sneeking into homeroom after 8:45
I'Il Be Home .,,.........,.. .....,.... R eply to parents on prom night
Teenage Prayer ,,........ ..........................,......,.....,. T 0 graduate
It has been said that "the race marches forward on the feet of little chil-
dren." We can easily adapt that statement to one we have emphasized fre-
quently at Taylor Allderdice High School-an informed youth guarantees an
informed citizenry and thereby establishes the soundest safeguard against en-
croachment by any of the insidious "isms" that are contrary to our democratic
It is our hope, as graduating seniors, that we have moved substantially
forward in enlightenment, understanding, and educational curiosity and are
better able to meet our many responsibilities on the road ahead, whether it be
to colleges or universities, to the trade or technical schools, or to gainful em-
We are grateful to th-ose who have helped in this growing-up process, our
parents, teachers, and advisers. We are proud to look upon Taylor Allderdice
High School as our Alma Mater, knowing that if we represent ourselves well,
we will represent Allderdice well!
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