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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?"
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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
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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!
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