Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Published jointly by the Seniors of
the January and june Classes of 1957
The Taylor Allderdice High School
SHADY AND FORWARD AVENUES
With extreme gratitude, the January and June classes of
1957 wish to dedicate their year book to these teachers who
have devoted twenty-five years or more to teaching at All-
derdice. We are indebted to them for the outstanding service,
the invaluable experience, and the thoughtful guidance which
they have given unselfishly throughout our high school edu-
Miss Charlotte Bailey
Miss Helen Bartrim
Miss Charlotte Beachler
Miss D-orothy Bergman
Mr. Samuel Blitz
Miss Mary Brennan
Mr. Lon Colborn
Miss L. Esther Geist
Mr. Robley Hackett
Miss Rose Hartz
Mr. Robert Irvin
Mr. John Irwin
Miss jane Johnston
Miss Elizabeth Klingensmith
Mrs. Dorothy Meyer
Miss Bertha Mitchell
Miss Alice Phipps
Miss Diantha Riddle
Mr. Charles Roller
Miss Leila Rupp
Mrs. Mae VVeber Smith
Miss Laura Zeigler
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In this, the 1957 issue of the Taylor Allderdice Journal,
the staff is attempting to present its fellow seniors and
schoolmates in the light of their many achievements. Since
this marks the thirtieth year in the history of Taylor Allder-
dice High School, the theme of the book, "The Allderdice
Dragon Looks at Allderdice in 1927, 1937, 1947, and 1957,"
is especially appropriate. Through these thirty years, this
dragon, Humphrey, has watched many senior classes come
and go. We think the Class of 1957 is the best. We are
attempting to prove their greatness through the pictures and
articles in this book.
Ye a r b 0 0 lc
Sponsor-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
Carlene Aberman, Judy Barad, Marilyn Beckerman, joseph Brenner, Gloria
Cannon, janet Cohen
Sandra Cohen, Joyce Freedman, Joan Freedman, Ronna Freedman, Richard
Gerson, Harold Glick
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jackie Green, Blair Jacobson, Sheldon Keyser, Sue Kohlhepp, Phyllis Lando,
Marsha Lomask, Sandra Morris, Faylinda Raffel, Melsa Rosen, Marvin Rubin,
Gerry Ruth Sack
Stephen Salomon, Rhoda Shear, Pepi Sherman, Rose Trattner, Carol Wedner,
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JOURNAL ART STAFF
Teacher--Miss Catherine Eisama
Eugene Ali, Sonya Blank, Glenn Eaton, Patricia Hirshfield, Edward Jacobson, Jerry
johnson, Ora Kantarof, Penny Litt, Lorraine Mandel, Sandra M ' ' '
andel, Patrrcla Mlller
MR. J. D. MCCLYMONDS
Junior-Senior High School
DR. EARL M. McWILLIAMS
Junior High School
To The Class of 1957
Graduation time is a time of mixed emotionsg joy at
seeing a group accomplish what it set out to do from
years before and sorrow at seeing the leaders of our
school leave. But as the graduates leave, the faculty
and students of Taylor Allderdice High School join
with me in wishing them success and happiness in
whatever they may do in the future.
-J. D. McCLYMONDS
DR. HAL C. TEAL
Senior High School
Miss Laura B. Zeigler
. it'fi'Z'ifltl'X DI.7'Fc'fCIF
hiiiss ldell B. Xvilsou Miss Kathryn R. McKinney
Smzior lf'0m1'i01zaI Cozmselor Adr'i.wr to Smzim' GI.l'l.S'
Miss Leaiiore Allen Miss Kay Moulieim
.ll1II'Ii01' l'70l'lIfiU1ItlI Coinzsvlor .-ld1'i.n'1' to JIIIIIUUI' Girly
Miss Isabel T. Zinn
Mrs. Margaret G. Kieffer
Mrs. Helen B. Mikula
Mrs. Ruth Piper
Mrs. Aiistina Bradley
F acult Members
Miss Catherine M. Eisaman, Mrs. Margaret R. Fuller, Miss Olivia Koenig, Miss D'Anne
Miss Jeanne Y. Adams, Miss Helen R. Bartrim, Dr. Earl H. Burgard, Miss Margaret A.
Hanrahan, Mr. John B. Melvin, Mr. Donald G. Miller, Miss Katharine Skarinski, Miss
Margaret L. Winch
Mr. Howard O. Barnes
E n glish
Miss Theodora Arvanitas, Mrs. Marjorie H. Bartrem, Mrs. Della R. Braun, Miss Edith
N Finegold, Mrs, Eileen R. Forst, Mrs. Fannetta N. Gordon, Miss Helen B. Gorman,
Mrs. Mary Jo Groppe, Mr. Edwin Harr, Miss Rose D. Hartz, Miss Helen H. Hillard,
Mrs. Natalie Mfiller, Miss Nancy j. Montgomery, Miss Mary P. O'Toole, Miss Elaine E.
Pelaez, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Porter, Miss Diantha VV. Riddle, Mr. Joseph C. Thompson,
Miss Elizabeth Warnock, Mr. Regis B. Wiegand
Home E conomics
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Mrs. Margaret N. Bush, Mrs. Helen S. Frankenstein, Mrs.
Jenoise W. Leon, Mrs. June C. Mclsaac, Mrs. Alouise H. Ramsay
Mr. Robert M. Colteryahn, Mr. Jerome F. Cosgrove, Mr. Irving A. Hyman, Mr. NVilliam
G. Matthews, Mr. Alex Seigal, Mr. Leon W. Silzle, Mr. August K. Winterling
Miss Dorothy Bergman, Miss Olive L. Bowlin, Miss Mary C. Brennan, Miss Lillian Gold-
stein, Miss Mary L. Gonzales, Miss Elizabeth W. Klingensmith, Mr. William H. Levin,
Mr. Charles T. Roller, Miss Helen Sekey, Mrs. Maxine E. Whedbee
Mrs, Lois Joseph, Mrs. Mary S. Meals, Mrs. Marie S. Mitchell. Miss Gertrude L. Getting.
Mrs. Carolyn B. Rector
Mr. Edward J. Caye, Mr. James F. Foerste-r, Miss Catherine R. Folger, Miss Elizabeth J.
Hand, Miss Martha J. Kunkle, Mr. Carl P. Maus, Miss Alice L. Phipps, Mr, Ray R.
Ralston, Mr, Daniel P, Spillane, Miss Edith M. Starz, Mr. Robert C. Trumbull, Miss
Ethel F. Turner, Mr, Martin J. Valenti, Dr. Wesley J. Wagner
Mr. Roy F. Dietz, Mrs. Virginia C. Lowe, Mrs. Dorothy J. Meyer, Mr. Walter B. Voyvodich
Miss Mary H. Allshouse, M-iss Eudice Berman, Miss Eleanor T. Boland, Mrs. Marguerite
C. Bruce, Miss Lois J. Hanshumaker, Mr. John H. Irwin, Mr. John J. McNertney, Mr
Claude W. Sofield, Mr. Louis H. Weitzel
F aeult Members
Mr. Robert A. Chemas, Mr. Lon H. Colborn, Mr. Robley J, Hackett, Mr. Robert W. Irvin,
Miss jane S. Johnston, Mr. Lawrence H. Norris. Mr. Charles J. Routh, Mrs. Mae Weber
Smith, Mrs. Nancy L. Snively
S ocial Studies
Miss Frances H. Aaron, Mrs. Alice J. Adams, Miss Louise B. Barthol, Miss Charlotte R.
Beachler, Mr. Morris R. Beck. Mr. Samuel Blitz, Mrs. Mildred C. Dillon, Mr. Roland J.
Gargani, Miss L. Esther Geist, Miss Ann Kasnitz, Miss Bertha O. Mitchell, Mr, Norman
VV. Mulgrave, Dr. Anna M. Quattrocchi, Miss Leila H. Rupp. Mr. Gerrit Thorne, Miss
Jessie M. Whitehill, Miss Beryl J. Zeigler
Pool Matron Custodian
Mrs. Mary Anna Eggert Mr. Charles E. Dietz
School Doctor Cafeteria Manager
Dr. Violet Kidd Miss Catherine Sperance
School Nurse Faculty Assistants
Miss Isabel McAllister Mrs. Clair Roy
Mrs. Myrtle Williamson
Al derdice 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 daysg
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.
Januar Class Commencement
PRocEss1oNAL-Pomp and Circumstance ...A..,....,....... ,AA......... . . ,.,.... Elgar
O-rchestra-Walter Voyvodich, Conductor
INVOCATION .e...,.. ........,..,.... T he Reverend A. W. Evans
Deacon-in-Charge of the Church of the
Good Shepherd Episcopal. Hazelwood
Excerpts from Symphony No. VI ,.,...n...........,.A.,.,., ..,..... T schaileowsley
PRESENTATION OF FLOWERS ...... .,..4..................,......., J une Class, 1957
Robert Frank, june Frank Lucchino, January
Birthday .,... ., ........,.,.,............,........., ........,..... ,.....r W o odward
Helen Prohinsky, Soprano
THIRTY YEARS OF ALLDERDICE
In the Beginning ....,...,...............,...........,....,....,.. .,,.,..,.. I ack Mazur
The Challenging Years ....... .......,..rl................ E dward Jacobson
Gerry Ruth Sack
Looking Ahead ,..............
O Praise God in His Holiness ......,.......................,...........,..........,....,. ........ W hyte
A Cappella Choir-Virginia Lowe, Director
CLASS GIFT .r.,,. ,.....,.... r..,.,................ .....,........., J a n uary Class, 1957
Wesley Pickard, January Edgar Weiss, june
AUTHORIZATION OF DIPLOMAS ,r,..r. .,,,,..r...r.,...,.............. D r. Earl A. Dimmick
Superintendent, Pittsburgh Public Schools
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS ,.r.,. 4..,..,.............. , ...,..,... M r. J. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
RECESSIONAI.-MHfCl1 of the Priests from "Athalia",,.. ...... Mendelssohn
Victor B. Cohen
Frank Joseph Lucchino
Jack D. Mazur
Charles A. Weisberg
Dorothy Belle Ostwind
Wesley C. Pickard
Gerry Ruth Sack
Stephen Neal Salomon
Carole Jane Wedner
Carlene June Aberman
Marilyn Gail Beckerman
Natalie Ann Cofsky
Beverly Ann Crum
Mary Margaret Dimperio
Joyce Ann Freedman
Irwin Z. Friedman
B. Charles Herring
Ginger Beth Hinkes
Virginia Mae Korol
Janet E. Lawson
Laurence A. Lewis
Joyce Hope Liberman
Franklin Bennet Libson
Phyllis Ruth Miller
Wilma Joan Ondo
Dee Jay Oshry
Susan Carole Pachtman
Diana C. Raphael
William Lawrence Reinwasser
Jo Ellen Sax
Rhoda C. Shear
Nancy Jane Siviy
Howard Alan Specter
Arlene Ida Zisman
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January Class fficers and Committees
Vice President-Frank Lucchino
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
BARBARA ABELSON-Prom Committee: 4th Period Hall Patrol:
Cafeteria Staff: F.T.A.: College Club: Camera Club: Drivers Train'
ing Club: Junior Chamber of Commerce Road E-O: Majorette
Manager: Choir 5: Chorale: Volley Ball '54: Basketball '55: Mush-
ball '54-'55: Gregg Typing Award: VVQED Television Program
CARLENE JUNE ABERMAN-Prom Committee: Library Repre-
sentative, 10th Grade: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 10th Grade:
Usher Staff: Journal Staff: Red Cross Council: Cafeteria Staff:
College Club: F.T.A.: Future Nurses of America: Football Sewing
Project: English 9: National Merit Scholarship Test: Fashion Show:
LEANN MAXINE AULT-Library Staff: Hall Patrol: Advanced
Clothing: Gregg Typing Award
JUDY ANN BARAD-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Secretary
llth 12th Grades Hos italit Committee ournal taff MMM:
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Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Red Cross Council: F.T.A.: College Club'
Chorus 4: Volley Ball
MARILYN BECKERMAN-Social Committee: Homeroom Secre-
tary, 10th Grade: President, Red Cross Council: journal Staff:
Student Council: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: College Club'
English 9: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
SYBIL BEFFERMAN-Gift Committee: Student Council: F.T.A.:
Senior Discussion Club: College Club: Dramatic English: English
9, 10: Junior Town Meeting of the Air: Honor Student
WILLA HELEN BENOIT - President, Today's Business Girls:
Intramural Volley Ball '54: Hockey '54: Baseball '54: Entered from
Gladstone in 10B
GEORGE PAUL BERGER - Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Treasurer, 9th Grade: United Nations Club: Band 5: Marching Band:
Intramural Basketball, Football, Volley Ball: Dramatic English:
Class Play Cast
SALLY ANNE BERNARD - Class Day Committee: Foreword
Representative: Chorale: All City Girls Chorus: English 9, 10:
Senior Discussion Club: Book Club
HARRIETT BERSON-Today's Business Girls: Drivers Training
Club: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards: Office Secretary
MARION BOBIAK-Social Committee: Today's Business Girls:
Cafeteria Staff: Science Club: Foreword Representative: Library
Aid: Y-Teens: Drivers Training Club: Volley Ball '54
GAIL CAPLAN-Gift Committee: Foreword Representative: Cafe-
teria Staff: Hall Patrol: Red Cross Council: Bulletin Distribution:
Book Club: F.T.A.: Future Nurses of America: College Club: Ad-
ANTHONY CARUSO-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th, 10th Grades:
Foreman Advanced Special Shop: Metal Shop: Football '53
STEPHANIE CHERNOFF-Social Committee: Student Council:
Red Cross Council: Book Club: College Club: Junior Glee Club:
Choir 3: Gregg Shorthand Award: junior All City Choir: Honor
JOAN CLAY - Vice President Y-Teens: Library Staff: Junior
Dance: Fashion Show: Basketball, Softball '53-'55: Soccer '53:
Volley Ball '53, '54: Hockey '54, '55: Championship Hockey Award
NATALIE ANN COFSKY-Social Committee: H-omeroom Secre-
tary: Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: Red Cross Council: Book Club:
F.T.A.: junior Dance: Honor Student
CAROL ARLENE COHEN-Service Club: Todays Business Girls:
Camera Club: Volley Ball '54, '55: Mushball '54: Gregg Typing and
Shorthand Awardsg Athletic Award
IRVIN H. COHEN-Social Committee: Dramatic English: 4th
Period Hall Patrol: Junior Dramatic Club: Band 1: Intramural
Sports '52, '54
KAREN DOROTHY COHEN-Homeroom Treasurer, 10th, llth,
12th Grades: Social Chairman, F.T.A.: Service Staff: Drivers
Training: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Advanced Foods: Usher Staff
VICTOR B. COHEN - Social Committee: Homeroom Sm-refnrv.
llth Grade: Garden and Science Club, Vice President, Secretary,
Treasurer: Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Senior Life-
saving: College Club: Marching Band: Librarian: Band 5: All City
Band: Swimming '53-'56: Swimming Letter: Civic Club Test: High
BERTHA CORNELIOUS-Future Nurses of America: Chorus 4:
HOMER CRAIG - Prom Committee: Junior Varsity Track '54:
Varsity Track '55, '56: Varsity Cross Country '54-'56: Track Letters:
Cross Country Letters
BEVERLY CRUM-Social Committee: Homeroom Secretary, 10th
Grade: Student Council: Foreword Representative: Cafeteria Staff:
Square Dance Club: Choir 5: Soloist: Quartet: Championship Volley
Ball '56: Mushball '53: Hockey '54: Basketball '55: Athletic Award:
Gregg Shorthand Award: Honor Student
FRANK ANTHONY DeSTOUT-Intramural Basketball and Volley
Ball '54, '55
MARCELLA DEVERSON-Vice President ANCg M.M.M.g Service
Clubg Advanced Clothingg Volley Ball '55, '56g American Legion
Awardg Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awardsg D.A.R. Award:
MARIE THERESA DiBELLO-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Gradeg
Foreword Representative: Spanish Clubg Y-Teensg Library Staffg
Drivers Training Club: Majorettes: Choir 43 Advanced Home Eco-
nomicsg Ba'sketball 'SZ5 Volley Ball, Softball '53g Athletic Awardg
Gregg Shorthand Award
MARGARET DIMPERIO - Dramatic Englishg Class Day Com-
mitteeg Homeroom Secretary l2Ag F.T.A.g M.M.M.g 4th Period Hall
Patrol,g Red Cross Councilg Foreword Representativeg Senior Dis-
cussion Clubg Majorettes, Managerg Choir 43 All City Chorusg
Fashion Showsg Volley Ball, Basketball '54g Athletic Letterg Gregg
Typing Awardsg Honor Student
ROLF DITTFELD-Homeroom Vice President, 10th Grade: Stu-
dent Councilg Chess Clubg Choir 5g Male Chorus: Track Team '55
ROBERT ECKBRETI-I-Advanced Mechanical Drawing
ANITA FISHMAN-Class Day Committeeg Homeroom Secretary,
9th, 10th Gradesg Treasurer, 1Othg Foreword Representativeg Future
Nurses of America, Secretaryg Student Council Social Committee:
Usher Staffg Red Cross Councilg F.T.A.g Cheerleaders: Advanced
Clothingg Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awardsg Basketball '53, '54g
Mushball Championship '54g Volley Ball '54g Athletic Letterg Cheer-
MARK FIVARS--Senior Chess Clubg Band S5 Marching Band:
JOYCE ANN FREEDMAN-Class Day Committeeg Journal Staffg
Homeroom Secretary, 10th Gradeg Student Councily F.T.A.g College
Clubg Orchestra Vg Basketball Manager '54g Junior Lifesavingg
Civic Club Testg Brotherhood Week Program: Honor Student
IRWIN FRIEDMAN-Gift Committeeg Homeroom Treasurer 10th,
llth Gradesg Vice President 12thg Student Councilg College Club:
Special Shopg Intramural Swimming Champions '53g Junior Varsity
Basketball '545 National Merit Scholarship Testg Honor Student
JOANNE GALLO-Service Club: Foreword Representativeg Y-
Teens: Drivers Training: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awardsg
D.A.R. Awardg Entered from Gladstone in 10B
PATRICIA GAVEL--Chairman of Y-Teens '56, '57g Today's Busi-
ness Girlsg Square Dance Clubg Advanced Clothing: Home Eco-
nomics Certificate of Merit
GERALD GRAFF-Physics Clubg Band 23 Marching Band
RICHARD GREEN - Class Day Committee: Dance Orchestra:
United Nations Club: Conditioning Club: Student Council: March-
ing Band: Band 5: All City Band: Brass Quartet: Varsity Football
'53, '54, '55: Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball: Dramatic
MYRNA HALPERN-Chess Club: Today's Business Girls: Span-
ish Club: Advanced Foods
RACHELMAE HARRIS4Library Representative: 4th Period Hall
Patrol: Drivers Training Club: Y-Teens: Today's Business Girls:
Gregg Typing Award
B. CHARLES HERRING4Social Committee: Dramatic English:
Student Council Hospitality Committee: Hall Patrol: F.T.A.: Span-
ish Club: College Club: Senior Discussion Club: Junior Dramatics:
Orchestra 3: Advanced Jewelry: Honor Student
FLORENCE HERTZ - Foreword Representative: Garden and
Science Club, President: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff:
Spanish Club: Basketball '53, '54: Softball, Volley Ball '53, '54:
Athletic Award: Gregg Typing Award
GINGER B. HINKES-Class Day Committee: Dramatic English:
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 10th Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Red
Cross Council: Majorettes: Drivers Training Club: Spanish Club:
Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
NAOMI HOLTZMAN-Homerooin Secretary, 10th Grade: Library
Staff: Science Club: Bock Club: Advanced Foods
MARY ALICE HOWARD-Future Nurses of America: Advanced
Foods: Basketball '54: Volley Ball '53: Softball '53. '54
JOHN WILLIAM HULL, JR.-llbodshop Foreman: jewelry Shop:
Intramural Volley Ball '55: Intramural Basketball '55: Distributive
IOANNE HVOZDOVICH-Class Day Committee: Service Club:
Y-Teens: Usher Staff: Softball '52-'55: Volley Ball '53-'56: Hockey
'53-'55: Basketball '54, '55: Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards
JOAN ELAINE ISENSTEIN-Class Day Committee: Cafeteria
Staff: Red Cross Council: Student Council Social Committee:
F.T.A.: Junior Dramatics: junior Glee Club: Choir 1: English 10:
FDWARD JACOBSON-Senior Class Treasurer: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9th, 10th, llth Grades: Assistant Moderator, Senior Discussion
Club: Secretary, Key Club: Student Council, Maintenance Com-
mittee: Advanced Art: Journal Art Staff: National Scholastic Art
Key Winner: High Honor Student
SUZANNE JESSOP-Chairman, Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, llth Grade: President 12th: Foreword Representative:
M.M.M.g F.T.A.: Type Club: College Club, Chorus 55 Girls Chorale!
Ensemble: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: S.A.E. Good Citizen-
ship Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
IVA JANE JOSEPH-Prom Committee: Homeroom President, 10th
Grade: Usher Staff: Foreword Representative: Service Club: Ad-
vanced Clothing: Drapery Making Project: Volley' Ball, 9th Grade
DAVID KATZ-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Choir 5: Male
Chorus: Football '53: Homeroom Basketball and Volley Ball: Honor
MARTIN KATZ-Varsity Club: Band 5: Marching Band: Track
'55, '56g Cross Country '55, '56g City Champion in Mile and Cross
JANE ABBEY KAUFMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9th, 10th Grade:
Future Nurses of America, Vice President: Junior Dramaticsg Span-
ish Clubg Math Club: Orchestra 4, Advanced jewelry
GWENDOLYN H. KESSLER-Library Representative: Today's
Business Girls: Library Staff: Advanced Clothing
HARVEY KLEIN-Chairman. Social Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9th Grade: Treasurer 10th Grade: Student Council: College
Club: Physics Club: Chorus 5: Intramural Swimming '53: Tennis
'54-'56: Intramural Basketball '53, '54: City Doubles Champion '56:
lglational Merit Scholarship Test: Senior Discussion Club: Honor
LOUIS. R. KLEIN-Student Council: Foreword Representative:
Projection Club: Wood Carving Club: United Nations Club: Junior
VIRGINIA IM. KOROI.-Homeroom Secretary, 11th, 12th Grades:
Today's Business Girls: M.M.M.: Volley Ball '54, '55: Honor Student
ROB-ERT KRONZ-Radio Club: Electric Shop Foreman: Advanced
Special Shop: Entered from Gladstone in 10B
MARSHALL KURTZMAN-Prom Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, llrth Grade, Drivers Training Club: Band 45 English 10
ROBERT RONALD KUZMA - Homeroom Vice President, 10th
Grade: Special Shop: jewelry 2
PHYLLIS RUTH LANDO - Prom Committee: Student Council
Alternate: Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Student Council Pub-
licity Committee: Red Cross Council: 4th Period Hall Patrol:
Journal Staff: Cafeteria S-taff: College Club: F.T.A.: Entre Nous:
English 9: Hockey '55
IRVING JOEL LATTERMAN-Foreword Representative: Home-
room Treasurer, 9th Grade: Secretary, l0th Grade: Camera Club,
Secretary: Band 4: English 9, 10
JANET E. LAWSON-Prom Committee: Homeroom Treasurer,
llth Grade: M.M.M.: Hall Patrol: Fashion Show: Volley Ball
'55, '56: Honor Student
ELAINE LEVIN-Prom Committee: Library Representative: Hall
Patrol: Spanish Club: Advanced Foods: Junior Dance Club
GERALD ALLAN rfEv1N-Library Staff: Projection Club: MEE-
scope Club: Stamp Club: German Club: Advanced Print Shop:
Basketball '55: English 9: Dramatic English: Gregg Typing Award
ARLENE DEE LEVINE-Social Committee: Journal Art Staff:
Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Secretary 10th, 12th Grades:
Treasurer llth Grade: Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: Red Cross
Council: College Club: F.T.A.: Student,Council-Social, Hospitality
and Publicity Committees: Advanced Art: Basketball '52
LAURENCE LEWIS - Prom Committee: Homeroom Treasurer.
12th Grade: Student Council: Library Representative: Hall Patrol:
Band 2: Cross Country '55, '56: Track '55, '56: Honor Student
JOYCE HOPE LIBERMAN -- Gift Committee: Today's Business
Girls: Advanced Art: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
FRANKLIN LIBSON-Radio Club, Vice President: Library Staff:
Spanish Club: Orchestra 5: All City Senior Orchestra: Pittsburgh
Symphony, Jr.: Orchestra Librarian: Stage Crew: Honor Student
MARK LIEBERMAN - Homeroom Vice President, 12th Grade:
Usher Staff: Physics Club: Band l: Mechanical Drawing
STANLEY LINDNER-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Vice
President, 12th Grade: Secretary 9th Grade: Treasurer 10th, llth
Grades: Green Key Club: United Nations Club: Wood Carving
Club: Band 3: Advanced Wood Shop, Foreman: Track '56: Junior
Varsity Basketball '54, '55: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball:
Gregg Typing Award
CHARLES LAIBE LITMAN-Social Committee: Dramatic Eng-
lish: Class Play Cast: English 10: Intramural Basketball and
Football '52, '53: Drivers Training Award
FRANK JOSEPH LUCCHINO - Senior Class Vice President:
Homeroom President, 10th Grade: Vice President 9th, llth, 12th
Grades: Key Club, Secretary: Physics Club, Treasurer: Student
Council: Varsity Club: Marching Band: All City Band: Volley Ball
'55: Junior Varsity Basketball '55: Volley Ball Letter: D.A.R. His-
tory Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
JOHN MACK-Square Dance Club: Advanced Special Shop: Ad-
vanced Jewelry Shop
LORRAINE MANDEL - Gift Committee: Chess Club: Library
Staff: Advanced Ar-t: Scholastic Art Entry: National Safety Poster
Contest: B'nai B'ri-th Art Contest Award: Journal Art Staff: Red
Cross Art Program: Medical Association Poster Contest: Honor
SANDRA MANDEL-Gift Committee: Junior Glee Club: Advanced
Art: Journal Art Staff: English 10: National Safety Poster Contest:
B'nai B'rith Ant Contest: Scholastic Ar-t Entry
STEPHEN MANDEL-Homeroom Treasurer, 10th Grade: Camera
Club: Advanced Special Shop: Intramural Basketball '55, '56
JOYCE SONDRA MARGULIES-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade:
Science Club: Hall Patrol: Library Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Gregg
BERNARD MARKOVITZ-Homeroom President, llfh, l2tl1 GFHCICSI
Treasurer llth Grade: Secretary 10th Grade: Pr0jCC:Ii0r1 Club?
United Nations Club: Senior Class Social Committee: Band 5:
Football '55, '56: Track '56: Intramural Basketball, Softball, Volley
JACK DAVID MAZUR-Chairman, Class Day Committee: Student
Council: United Nations Club, Secretary: Senior Discussion Club:
Debating Club: Stamp Club: Band 5: Junior Varsity Basketball '53:
Intramural Basketball '53-'56: Volley Ball '55, '56: Swimming '55:
Drama-tic English Class: National Merit Scholarship Test: Civic
Club Test: High Honor Student
JANET MENDELSON-Social Committee: Homeroom Secretary,
9th Grade: United Nations Club, Secretary: 214 Staff: 4th Period
Hall Patrol: Library Club: Spanish Club: Physics Club: Book
Club: Red Cross Council: Future Nurses of America: F.T.A.:
Garden Club: Square Dance Club: Drivers Training Club: Or-
chestra 5: Gregg Typing Award: English 9
LOUISE CAROL MENDELSON-Class Day Committee: Home-
room Secretary, 9th Grade: Committee Chairman, 12th Grade:
President, United Nations Club: V-ice President, Future Nurses of
America: Secretary, Book Club: 4th Period Hall Patrol: F.T.A.:
Microscope Club: College Club: Library Staff: Drivers Training
Club: Orchestra 5: Tennis 'S3: Volley Ball '54: Dance Group
ARLENE MEYERS-Typing Club: United Nations Club: Micro-
scope Club: Garden Club: Junior Dance: Fashion Show: Advanced
Clothing: Volley Ball '54: Softball '53-'56: Basketball '53, '54:
PHYLLIS MILLER-Prom Committee: Homeroom Secretary, 9th
Grade: Treasurer 10th Grade: President 11th Grade: Secretary l2A:
Usher Staff: M.M.M.: F.T.A.: Future Nurses of America: Senior
Discussion Club: Square Dance Club: Red Cross Council: Chorus 3:
Dramatic English: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
SANDRA MORRIS -Prom Committeeg Journal Staffg Homeroom
Viee President 12Bg Student Council, Hall Patrolg Usher Staff:
Red Cross Council, Microscope Clubg Physics Clubg College Clubg
F.T.A.g Spanish Clubg English 9g Special Dance, Modern Danceg
WILMA J. ONDO-Student Council, Treasurer, A.N.C.g Service
Clubg M.M.M.g Choir lg Volley Ball '55, '56g Gregg Shorthand and
Typing Awardsg Honor Student
DEE JAY OSHRY-Class Day Committeeg Homeroom Secretary,
9th Gradeg 4th Period Hall Patrol, Usher Staffg Student Councilg
Stamp Clubg Camera Clubg Junior Dramatic Club: Band 53 English
9, 103 Gregg Typing Awardg Honor Student
DOROTHY BELLE OSTWIND - Prom Committee Chairman:
Homeroom President, 9th Gradeg Student Councilg journal Art
Staffg F.T.A.3 junior Dramaticsg Drivers Training Clubg Senior
Discussion Club: Softball '53g English 9, 103 Dramatic Englishg
National Merit Scholarship Test, Civic Club Testg College Clubg
High Honor Student
JOANNE L. OTTO-Homeroom Secretary, llth Gradeg Y-Teensg
Softball '55g Volley Ball '54g Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awardsg
Today's Business Girlsg Service Club
SUSAN PACHTMAN-Gift Committee Chairmang Dramatic Eng-
lishg Homeroom Vice President, 9th Gradeg President 12th Gradei
Foreword Editorg F.T.A.g Student Council Maintenance, Social,
Hospitality Co-mmitteesg Hall Patrolg Senior Discussion Club:
Chorus 35 Volley Ball '53g Soccer '53g English 93 Athletic Letiterg
STANLEY PERILMAN - Student Council Publicity Committee:
Projection Clubg Hall Patrolg Band 53 Marching Band: B'nai B'rith
WESLEY C. PICKARD-Senior Class Presidentg Homeroom Presi-
dent, 12th Gradeg Vice President 10th. llth Gradesg Treasurer, Key
Clubg Vice President, Physics Clubg Varsity Club: Football '53, '543
Volley Ball '54, '55, English 103 Varsity Lettersg D.A.R. History
Awardg Student Council Maintenance Committeeg journal Editor-
in-Chiefg Civic Club Testg High Honor Studentg National Merit
PRISCILLA ANN PLENDERLEITI-I-Foreword Representativeg
Drivers Training Clubg Senior Leaders Clubg Athletic
Awarclg Volley Ball '53, '56g Basketball '53, '55g Hockey '55
BETTS ANN POORE-Homeroom President, 9th, 10th, 12th Grades:
Vice President 9th, 12Ag Square Dance Clubg Choir 53 Jewelry
Shopg Softball '54g Hockey '55
HELEN PROHINSKY-Social Committeeg Homeroom Secretary,
9th Grade, President 10th Grade: President, Future Nurses of
Americag Student Councilg M.M.M.g Foreword Representativeg All
City Chorus, Chorus 55 Volley Ballg Soccerg Softball: Basketball
FAYLINDA RAFFEL-Chairman, Social Committeeg Journal Staffg
Homeroom Secretary IZAQ Student Council: Hall Patrolg Usher
Staffg F.T.A.g College Clubg Chorus lg Junior Glee Club: Volley
Ball '52, Special Danceg Creative Danceg Student Council Publicity
Committeeg English 10
DIANA C. RAPHAEL-Class Day Committee, Foreword Staff:
Student Council Alternate, Life Saving, Choir 4, Advanced Latin,
JAMES REED--Gift Committee, Fisher Body Crattsmaifs Guild,
Honorable Mention, '56, Entered from Schenley in 10A
WILLIAM REINWASSER - Homeroom Treasurer, 10th Grade?
Secretary 9th Grade, Student Council, 4th Period Hall Patrol,
Hospitality Committee, Senior Discussion Club, Projection Clubl
Dramatic Club, Intramural Basketball '54, '55, Intramural Swim-
ming '55, Honor Student
JOANNE RICHARDS-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade, Future
Nurses of America, Today's Business Girls, Majorettes, Orchestra
1, Soccer '55, Volley Ball '55, Hockey '55, Softball '56, Basketball
'55, Gregg Typing Award
CAROL ANN RINGER-Library Treasurer l2A, Foreword Repre-
sentative, Library Representative, Today's Business Girls, Cafe-
teria Staff, Service Club
ALVIN G. ROBINSON-Class Day Committee, Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer, 9th Grade, Library S-taff, Special Shop, Advanced
Print, Intramural Basketball '54, '55
DOLORES ERNESTINE ROBINSON-Homeroom Secretary 12B,
Library Representative, Future Nurses of America, Square Dance
Club, Y-Teens, junior Glee Club, Drivers Training Club, Orches-
tra 5: junior and Senior All City Orchestra, Certificate of Merit in
Music, Gregg Typing Award
CHARLOTTE HARRIETT ROGOW-Foreword Representative,
Hall Patrol, Spanish Club, Red Cross Council, F.T.A., Library
Staff, Orchestra 5
MAXINE ROMANOFF - Cafeteria Staff, Hall Patrol, F.T.A.,
College Club, Camera Club, 214 Staff, Usher Staff, Sewing Pro-
jects, Mushball, Basketball, Volley Ball '54, Majorette Manager
STEPHANIE ROSENTHAL-Prom Committee, Homeroom Sec-
retary, 9th, 10th Grades, Vice President 11th Grade, Vice President
United Nations Club, 5th Period Service Staff, 4th Period Hall
Patrol, Usher Staff, F.T'.A., Student Council Problems, Social,
Hospitality, Publicity Committees, Betty Crocker Test, Softball '53,
LAIVIES ROUNCE-Orchestra 5, Dance Band, Radio Club, Science
MURRAY ROZEN-Class Day Committee, Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, 9th Grade, Treasurer 10th Grade, Band 1, Special Shop Fore-
man, Intramural Basketball '53, '54, '55, Volley Ball '54, Gregg
MARVIN RUBIN-eGift Committee: Hall Patrol: journal Staff:
Chess Club: Physics Club: Special Shop: D.A.R. History Award
GERRY RUTH SACK-Senior Class Secretary: Homeroom Secre-
retary 9th, l0t11 Grades: President llth Grade: Vice President 12th
Grade: Dramatic English: Secretary, Senior Discussion Club:
Periodical Secretary, Foreword and journal: Student Council: Red
Cross Council: Physics Club: F.T.A: English 10: Gregg Typing
Award: Civic Club Test: junior Town Meeting of the Air: High
ERIC JACK SAKOLSKY-Gift Committee: Homeroom President.
12th Grade: Usher Staff: Senior Discussion Club: English 9
STEPHEN NEAL SALOMON-Chairman, Prom Committee: Stu-
dent Council, Vice President: Safety Committee Chairman: Fore-
word Photographer: journal Staff: Qualitative Analysis Class:
English 9: Band 5: Marching Band: All City Band: Swimming
Team '53, '5-1: Senior Discussion Club: Physics Club: Buhl Plane-
tarium Science Craft Award: Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh
Award: National Merit Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test: High
JO ELLEN SAX-Gift Committee: Library Representative: M.M.M.:
Library Staff: Hall Patrol: Senior Discussion Club: Book Club:
F.T.A.: College Club: Dramatic English: Honor Student
STANLEY SCHOLNICK - Usher Staff: Intramural Basketball:
Entered from Fifth Avenue in 10th Grade
FRANK SHANDRICK-Homeroom Treasurer, 10th Grade: Book
Club: Library Staff: Jewelry Shop
CHARLES SHAPIRO-Choir 4
RHODA SHEAR-Class Day Committee: Journal Staff: Foreword
Staff: Social Chairman, F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Student
Council: Red Cross Council: Student Council Social Committee:
Choir 4: English 10: Special Dance Group: Speech Class Program?
Soccer l52: Honor Student
NANCY JANE SIVIY-Social Committee: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, 11th Grade: Student Council: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
10th Grade: Usher Staff: College Club: Senior Leaders: F.T'.A.g
Hockey Championship '56: Hockey '55, '56: Basketball, Volley Ball,
Softball '55: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
CAROL SMILLIE-Y-Teens: A.N.C.: Softball '56: Volley Ball '549
Soccer '53g Gregg Typing Award
STUART SMITH--Prom Committee: Camera Club: 4th Period Hall
Patrol: Physics Club: College Club: Stamp Club
SUSAN SMITH-Hall Patrol: F.T.AL: College Club: Camera Club?
Clothing Service Club: Volley Ball '34, '55: Mushball 541 Athletic
Award: Fashion Show
ESTELLE SMOLAR-Gift Committee: Zlfl Statf: Hall Patrol?
Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: Bulletin Distribution: Drivers Train-
ing Club: College Club: Orchestra 4
HOWARD ALAN SPECTER-Social Committee, Student Council:
College Club: Drivers Training Club: Advanced Wood and Metal
Shops: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball, Softball: Honor Student
ROSELLE SPOKANE -- Usher Staff: 4th Period Hall Patrol?
F.T.A.: Entered from Scheniley in llA
PETE STAMOOLIS-Square Dance Club: Wood Carving Club?
Radio Club: Orchestra 4: Special Shop
MARY LOU SUSKA-Secretary, Today's Business Girls: Secre-
tary, Future Nurses of America: Service Club: Gregg Shorthand
and Typing Awards: D.A.R. History Award
CAROLE JANE WEDNER Class Day Committee, journal Staff.
Dramatic English: Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Cafeteria
Staff: Red Cross Council: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Type
Club: Junior Leaders: Orchestra -lg English 9: Civic Club Test:
National Merit Scholarship Test: High Honor Student: TV Pro-
gram for Advanced Sewing
CHARLES WEISBERG-Gift Committee Chairman: Homeroom
President, 12th Grade: Key Club: Student Council: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: College Club: lntramural Basketball '54: English 102
D.A.R. History Award: junior Town Meeting of the Air: Dramatic
English: Class Play Cast: Civic Club Test: Student Council Main-
tenance Committee: High Honor Student
BARBARA Z. WEISS-Gift Committee: Student Council: Cafeteria
Staff: F.T.A.: College Club: Choir 4: Hall Patrol: Dramatic English
FRANK MARVIN WEITZ-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Vice
President, llth Grade: Treasurer 10th Grade: Key Club: Hall Patrol:
College Club: Drivers Training Club: Varsity Club: Senior Life-
saving: United Nations Club: Band 5: Swimming Team '53, '54, '55'
Intramural Basketball and Swimming: Swimming Letter
TIMOTHY WILLIAMS-Football '53-'56: Basketball '54-'57: lntra-
mural Basketball '56: Letters in Football and Basketball
CAROL WYTIAZ-Student Council: Library Representative: Y-
Teens: Senior Leaders: Service Club: Library Staff: Todav's Busi-
ness Girls: Basketball '56: Volley Ball '55: Gregg Shorthand Award
ARLENE YAREMKO-Secretary, Service Clubg Assistant in the
Officeg Today's Business Girlsg Y-Teensg Advanced Clothingg
Baskethallg Softball: Volley Ball: Soccer
MARY ANN YAREMKO-Service Club: Today's Business Girlsg
Y-Teensg Baskethallg Softballg Volley Ballg Soccer
MURRAY ZATMAN-Homeroom President, 9th Gradeg Treasurer
10th Gradeg Student Councilg Hall Patrol: Usher Staffg Green Key?
College Clubg Senior Lifesaving: Band 53 Marching Bandg Intra-
mural Basketballg Volley Ballg Swimmingg Softball
ARLENE IDA ZISMAN - Library Representativeg Red Cross
Council: Entered from Schenley in 10A
WE'LL NEVER FORGET THE DAY . .
. . we finallv hecame l2A's.
. . three people dropped their trays in the cafeteria.
. . someone on hall patrol asked for a hall pass.
. . senior committees were announced.
. . college hoard scores came in Qwe were scared to deathj.
. . we had our first senior class meeting.
. . the Sadie Hawkins Class Party Cand all those matching patcnesj.
. . we all wore journal signs Qand no one knew what they ineantj.
. . we began senior themes-we lived at Carnegie l.ihrary for weeks!
. . the journals finally came!
. . Honor Assemhly and Senior Luncheon.
. . Class Day.
. . someone came late for Commencement Rehearsal.
. . Commencement!
. . . the Prom!
But most of all, when we think hack to our high school days, we'll never forget
all we've learned at :Xllderdice these past six years.
DAY WE WERE ALL WAITVNG FUR
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A GlFT GIVEN IN
Januar Class Pla
A Comedy in Three Acts
Un Order of Appearancej
Myrtle Mae Simmons ....... .,........,..,......,..............4...........,..,..,. .......4. G e rry Ruth Sack
Veta Louise Simmons ...,... ......... D orothy Ostwind
Elwood P. Dowd ,......,.,....,, , ......,., George Berger
Marie Johnson .... .... . ...,..,. ...,.,... G i nger Hinkes
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet ,.....,.. .......... S ybil Befferman
Ruth Kelly, R.N. .....,.. ,.,... .....,..... J 0 an Isenstein
Duane Wilson ..,,..,...,....,........,... ...,..........., J ack Mazur
Lyman Sanderson, M.D.. . ,. .........,. Charles Litman
Miss Dumphy ..,..,....,.... .. ., ..., ..,.,,.... Susan Pachtman
William R. Chumley, M.D ....... ,.,..,. C harles Herring
Betty Chumley . .,........,....., ,........ S uzanne jessop
Judge Omar Gaffney ........ ...,.... C harles Weisberg
E. J. Lofgren ............,..... ...,..,......,.......,..,.,,..,.....,..,,, ....,,,... R i chard Green
Assistant Director ...,,...,.,.. ....,,.........,..,.....,...,..,.......... . .. ...Jo El'en Sax
Technical Director., ...i... ......,. ................... I r v Cohen
Make-up Crew Chief .,..,......,,.,. ..,.... P eggy Dimperio
Hand Props Crew Chief .....l... ,..4.
Set Props Crew Chief ........,.
Costumes Crew Chief ...,...
Publicity Crew Chief .,,.....
Scenery Crew Chief ........
Prompters ......,... .,.........
Stage Crew Chiefs .....,..
Stage Crew ,......,.,,......,.,
Faculty Sponsor .,..,,,,..
DRAMATIC ENGLISH CLASS
. Susan Pachtman
Barbara Weiss, Phyllis Miller
.,......,,.............Roland Jones, Franklin Libson
Puterman, James Wilson
joseph Reich, Mr. Ronald M. Brown
' 6Harve y
Characters from Charles Dickens
Teacher .s,.... .. ......,.. .,4... B Iiss Mary O'Toole
President .....,..,., ......, Bernard Markovitz
Vice President ....... Gerry Ruth Sack
Secretary s.....s......... ..A.....,.........,...,,. ..,..,.. r T Xrlene Levine
Treasurer .,..,..,.,..,....,.................,.....,. ..4.. L aurence Lewis
Student Council Representative. ...,......t.. Rhoda Shear
Student Council ,Xlternate ..,.,,..,.... ....,.i. 1 lurray Zatnian
Foreword Representative .......,... .,.,.,.,.,r,...,......,.,.,....,.,,.. I rving Latterman
First Row-William Reinwasser, Laurence Lewis, Gerry Ruth Sack, Bernard Markovitz,
Arlene Levine, Murray Zatman, Rhoda Shear, Jack Mazur
Second Row-Marie DiBello, Estelle Smolar, Maxine Romanoff, Barbara Abelson, Dee
Jay Oshry, Irving Latterman
Third Row-Donna Kelleher, Gwendolyn Kessler, Victor Cohen, Phyllis Lando, Rolf
Dittfeld, Diana Raphael, Sandra Mandel, Stanley Lindner
illisx O'TO0Ir'fCharles Dickens
l've seen these characters day after dayg
For four years they have iheen mine.
Now as they have to go their own way,
About each I'Ve written a line.
She began her future in Chorus Ag
A music teacher Babs will he some day.
Victor Cohen-blerry Cruncher
At studies and swinuning our Yictor's greatg
In 222 he surelv does rate.
Frafizlc DL'Sf0llf-BIT. Sykes
Our rustic Frank it has always lieen said.
As a man in the Navy he will get aheacl.
Marie DiHclIo--Gliost of Times Future
Quiet and calm Maries future is mapped,
Shell he a piano teacher after she's been capped.
Rolf l71'HfcId-Martili Chuzzlewit
Music. singing, and debates Rolf likes to hear,
Though serious and quiet he adds good cheer.
Gtccndolyn Kessler-Gliost of Times Present
At present this lass is a baseball fan:
To be an accountant is her future plan.
Phyllis Lando-Mrs. Micawber
Sports and records interest this gal 3
She's always dressed in the very best style.
Irving Latlerrnan--Sydney Carton
Our great golf player enjoys mystery stories too,
In the future as a chain store owner helll be serving
Arlene Levine-Tiny Tim
Petite and kind-hearted, liked by all,
This good artist comes in a package small.
Larry Lewis-Mr. Winkle
About his track accomplishments Larry likes to boast,
But it's not hard for us to dig him most.
About football Stan can talk all dayg
In the field of architecture he will pave his way.
Sandra Mandel-Ghost of Times Past
"Better late than never," we always say,
When Sandy finally arrives to start her day.
Bernard M arkovitz-Sam Weller
This fellow wants to be an attorneyg
We've called him "Bongo" but he prefers Bernie.
Jack Mazur-Uncle Scrooge
Jack is happy, never blue,
And our class valedictorian, too.
Wilma Joan Ondo-Dora Spenlow
This sweet lass who takes shorthand so fast,
Our Wilma's future has a bright forecast.
Dee Jay Oshry-Mr. Pickwick
On stage or in homeroom Dee jay likes to entertaing
Success in the law field he'd like to gain.
Diana Raphael-Lucy Manette
In English this genius can't be beatg
Our Diane is pretty and petite.
W illiafm Reinwasser-Charles Darnay
Tall, well-groomed with a personality unsurpassed,
Bill will be a Disc jockey sure to last.
Maxine Rornanoff-Mrs. Mould
This future teacher is off to Penn Stateg
With all her talents she's bound to rate.
Gerry Ruth Sack-Little Nell
Our class secretary -has been great,
When she meets people, she really rates.
Pretty Rhoda likes to read and ride,
She always keeps the boys by her side.
Susan Smith-Madam Defarge
Excellent cook and a seamstress divine,
Our Susi will be a Home Ec. teacher fine.
Reading for this gal is a joy,
As a teacher her efforts she will employ.
Murray Zalman-Dr. Manette
To be a doctor is Murray's desire,
This lively lad we really admire.
354 's History Book
Much has been written about the past, but looking back on historical figures,
we find their present day counterparts here in 354. These people will make
the history of the future.
Miss Whitehill-Benevolence and kindness marked the character of good
QUEEN BESS, as well as of our own homeroom teacher.
Eddie Jacobson-The GEORGE VVASHINGTON of our homeroom, who has
been our leader. He will always be the people's choice.
Suzanne Jessop-Just as SUSAN B. ANTHONY, our vice president, Suzanne.
has made her mark in our own little world of politics.
David Katz-Our treasurer who handles our finances as capably as did JOHN
Marty Katz-VVho could parallel that famous Greek runner PHIDIPPIDES?
It is none other than this accomplished Allderdice track star.
Mary Alice Howard-FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE would be proud to have
this girl follow the profession for which she did so much.
Faylinda Raffel--Her reputation as a physiotherapist is certain to equal that of
SISTER ELIZABETH KENNY.
Steffie Rosenthal-Leadership and an active interest in religious education
likens Steffie to JOAN OF ARC.
James Reed-Jim will soar to great fame in the Air Force, just as CHARLES
LINDBERG did in his i'Spirit of St. Louis."
Joanne Richards-Her charm and friendly manner lead us to believe that Jo-
annie is very much like a present day HELEN OF TROY.
Leann Ault-Her admirable ability in sewing is comparable only to that of
Stuart Smith-With his interest in automobiles, he will surely follow in the
footsteps of HENRY FORD.
Joyce Freedman-Because of her work on the Journal Staff, she is Certain to
become another ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING.
Arlene Zisman-SIGMUND FREUD would consider it an honor to share his
success in the field of psychology with Arlene.
Florence Hertz-VVith her interest in horseback riding and her willingness to
help, she may become another PAUL REVERE.
Lorraine Mandel-Her art talent will win her as much fame as REMBRANDT
Murray Rozen-Surely his desire to become a pharmacist will lead him to be
as successful as LOUIS PASTEUR.
Elaine Levin-The work of D-OROTHEA DIX toward the betterment of hu-
manity will be continued in the hands of this ambitious girl, when she be-
comes a social worker. -
Robert Kronz-VVith his inventive mind and his interest in electronics, Robert
res-embles THOMAS EDISON.
James Rounce-lzieing so versatile when it comes to niusic rates ,lim right along
with GLENN lXlll.l.ER.
Naomi Holtzman-The Holly Hop Queen of rooni 354 will he as great a success
during her reign as was Cl.EO'PlX'l'R.eX.
Harvey Klein-XN'ith his beautiful voice and active participation in choir, he
will surely heeonie another C.-XRUSO.
Marshall Kurtzmanw-lt seems that Marshall will heconie an even more suc-
cessful orator than was STEPHEN lDUL'GL.XS.
Carol Smillie-just as H.-XTTIE CARNEGIE created past fashions, so Carol
will set the styles for the future.
Myrna Halpern-Like JANE .XDDAMS this girls interest in people will lead
her to a life of social work.
Teacher .........i,.,, ..i... B Iiss Jessie M. XYhitehill
President .,.,VVi . .i.t,. i....... E dward Jacobson
Vice President ., t ...,.i Suzanne Alessop
Secretary ...,.,.,. ...... ,..,... .,..,.. F a y 'linda Raffel
Treasurer ,...,..,..,....,.t.....,...i............t, ..t......i..,..,.. D avid Katz
Student Council Representative. ,.,.. ,.... , Edward -lacohson
Foreword Representative ............, ,.... S uzanne .lessop
First Row-Myrna Halpern, Lorraine Mandel, Suzanne Jessop, Edward Jacobson, Naomi
Holtzman, Stephanie Rosenthal, Elaine Levin, Florence Hertz
Second Row-Harvey Klein, Murray Rozen, Joyce Freedman, Marshall Kurtzman, Stuart
Smith, David Katz, Mary Alice Howard
Third Row-Leann Ault, Carol Smillie, Joanne Richards, James Rounce, James Reed,
Robert Kronz, Martin Katz
Upera Log 0 360
Teacher ,...,,...,..,,.,A.............,.............,,..................... .,...., M iss Helen Hillard
President ...,.....,,.,...... ....,.,. C harles VVeisberg
Vice President ..... ,.4....... Betts Ann Poore
Secretary .,,......,,.....,...,.,.......,...rr.r.. ........,. P eggy Dimperio
Treasurer ,...,..,4.. .r....,.,,..,..........,.,..., .......... I C arole Wedner
Student Council Representative ...,... ........ D orothy Ostwind
Student Council Alternate .....,....... ..,.....,., I rwin Friedman
Foreword Representative ......,...,.,A.......,i.,.,....,......,....,....... Charlotte Rogow
The Metropolitan Opera and roo1n 360 have much in common, as, in thi
room, we find many of the personalities represented in the famous operas.
Queen of room three-sixty,
Cleopatra, MISS HILLARD will be.
VVagners' Wotan, the king of the gods was heg
So CHARLES WEISBERG rules our room three-sixty.
Our Gretel, BETTS ANN POORE, is unafraid and petiteg
As a songstress she really can't be beat.
As Isolde was stately and tall,
PE-GGY DIMPERIO, this princess, we will call.
VVith a rose in ther hair and a song in ther heart,
CAROLE WEDNER as Carmen well plays her part.
"Ali! so praised. Ah! so bright,"
As Martha, DOTTY OSTWIND is our delight.
Sitting under t-he money tree
Violetta's rich lover Alfredo, IRVIN COHEN could be.
Aida, the slave girl, was noble and goodg
For these traits MARCELLA DEVERSON has always stood.
just as Madam Butterfly adored her small son,
With little children SIBYL BEFFERMAN always has fun.
As Suzuki 'helped Madam Butterfly,
On .IOANNE GALLO her boss will rely.
Sweet and quiet and fragile is NANCY SIVIY
As Violetta in Traviata, was wont to be.
The Flying Dutchman ROBERT KUZMA will be
When -he soars in his plane, over the sea.
ANTHONY CARUSO is our Don Quixote boldg
He's the daring fell-ow of our little fold.
As Papageno has his Magic Flute,
RICHARD GREEN his trombone does toot.
Mimi in La Boheme was so gay,
NATALIE COFSKY is always that way.
Tosca to 'her lover was always true,
BABBY WEISS t-o everyone is that way too.
Mama Lucie, from Cavalleria Rusticana, her wine shop hadg
MARION BOBIAK'S gift shop will not be a fad.
HARRIETT BERSON is our 'lulietg
Her Romeo she'll surely get.
NVith her flowing hair and her stately mien,
JOANNE HVOZDOYICH, as the Girl of the Golden NVest, is seen.
Rigoletto's daughter Gilda to him was good and kindg
just such a good wife and mother in SALLY BERNARD, you'll find.
In The Barber of Seville, Countess Almaviva a letter to her husband did write:
And HELEN BENOIT as a secretary will write letters bright.
As Azucena the Gypsy was gay and full of pep.
From the pages of I! Trovatorc, 'IANIE JOSEPH will step.
Sharpless, from Mudaim Butterfly was serious and quiet, too:
But like GERALD GRAFF his goodness shone through.
As a teacher to lead little children will be
CHARLOTTE ROGOXV as Brunhilde who led the Yalkyrie.
From Lucia di Lammermoor, she takes her cueg
To her principles .IO ELLEN S.-XX is always true.
Pllifjllllffli has Tonio, its clown:
IRXVIN FRIEDMAN will not let us down.
Quiet as Lohengrin. the knight of old,
MARVIN RUBIN'S future in deeds will he told.
Aida's loyalty is shared
By CAROL RINGER with whom she's pared.
To hear HELEN PROHINSKY sing l.21lilll9'S Rell Song would he a treat,
For her heautiful voice would he hard to heat.
Our sportsman, STAN PERILMAN, is a Xxvlllllllll Tell
XVho could shoot the apple off his son's head quite well.
First Row-Helen Benoit, Dorothy Ostwind, Carole Wedner, Peggy Dimperio, Charles
Weisberg, Betts Ann Poore, Charlotte Rogow, Irwin Friedman
Second Row-Natalie Cofsky, Sally Bernard, Nancy Siviy, Marion Bobiak, Sybil Befferman,
Barbara Weiss, Jo Ellen Sax, Robert Kuzma
Third Row-Joanne Gallo, Iva Jane Joseph, Marcella Deverson, Joan Hvozdovich, Gerald
Graff, Marvin Rubin, Irvin Cohen, Richard Green, Stanley Perilman
The Travelers of
The Canterbury Tales
Teacher ,.... ....... N liss Dorothy Bergman
President ..,,...,.,. ,.............. X Vesley Pickard
Vice President ...... .A..... F rank Lucchino
Secretary . ,e,ee.. ,.,.. . ,,,, .
Treasurer .,..,. ,. .. ..,. ......,.,...........,.,. A
Student Council Representative., .. ,........ Charles Herring
Student Council .'Xlternate, ,l,.... ,..,.. B larilyn Beckerman
Foreword Representative .,..... .........,.. .,.. G a il Caplan
First Row-Timothy Williams, Frank Weitz, Judy Barad, Frank Lucchino, Wesley Pickard,
Karen Cohen, Carlene Aberman, Charles Litman
Second Row-Robert Eckbreth, Charles Herring, Arlene Yaremko, janet Lawson, Mary
Lou Suska, Mary Ann Yaremko, Carol Wytiaz, Howard Specter, Charles Shapiro
Third Row-Bertha Cornelious, Gail Caplan, Arlene Meyers, Joyce Margulies, Virginia
Korol, Carol Cohen, Marilyn Beckerman, Stephanie Chernoff
As the pilgrims came to the Canterhury Shrine,
So the students of 363 came to Allderdice.
Each day was filled with rich experiences.
Both in knowledge gained and friendships made.
THE Hosriass-Miss Bergman
On this pilgrimage through our high school days. Miss Bergman was our help-
ful guide. She led us in many activities, from schoolwork to hake sales. XVe
will always remember Miss Bergman and the times we spent in her homeroom.
THE KNIGHTlXVCSlCy Pickard
Gentleman. athlete. and a scholar who has made his high school course profit-
ahle, our president XVes is liked and respected hy all.
THE SQUIRE-CllZ1l'l6S Litman
A boy with impressive features, "Cheech" received high acclaim for his per-
formance in the class play.
Tlllf YEOMAN-Frank XYeitz
A friendly fellow, and a good mixer. hoth among men. women, and emulsions,
Frank will undoubtedly hecome a successful pharmacist.
THE PR1oREss-Beverly Crum
The singing celebrity of our class, Beverly has contributed her share to our
stock of pleasant memories.
THE MERCHANT--I'OhU Mack
"The best thing about coming to school is going home." John's favorite
sports are -basketball and baseball. In the future he plans to go int-o the army.
THE FRIAR-Mark Fivars
Mark, who is famous for his voluminous laugh, plans to be a band leader in
the U.S. Navy.
THE WIFE OF BATH-Karen Cohen
Although her favorite expression is t'VVho has his dues P", Karen is liked by
all her classmates.
THE MONK-Charles Herring
Charles is like plaster-sticks to whatever he undertakes. Hereis hoping he
sticks to his profession with the same persistency that has made his high
school course a success.
THE OXFORD SCHOLAR-Robert Eckbreth
The opposite of an Oxford Scholar, and comedian of our class. To be with
"Ecky" every day is certain to keep the blues away.
THE LAWYER-Stephanie Chernoff
A walking ad for "Good things come in small packages." Because of her
sound reasoning, Steffie is sure to win fame as a lawyer.
THE SINGER-Bertha Cornelious
Bertha is a wonderful singer. We'll always remember the entertainment
she provided for us at the class parties.
THE DESIGNER+AflCHC Meyers
The bell has already rung, Miss Bergman is deep in discussing, and Arlene
enters nonchalantly and unassumingly. Arlene's plan for the future is to
become a dress designer.
THE PHYSICIAN-Howard Specter
A friendly chap, Howie is liked by all the fellows. But why the girls like him
is -beyond our comprehension--or is it?
THE TEACHERS-C3YlCUC Abenman
Always striving to do her very bestg always willing to help her neighbor.
Even themes didn't make Carlene frown. Such courage will surely be re-
We are indebted to Judy, a true friend and a conscientious student, for many
laughable moments in study period.
A studious girl, who knew her work and all the possible tricks. "Becky's"
sense of humor is bound to delight some lucky man sooner or later.
THE PARsoN-Frank Lucchino
With natural ability, terrific personality, and innumerable friends, our Veep
will someday be a leading engineer.
THE PLOWMAN-Charles Shapiro
A quiet and conscientious boy is Charles. Our efforts to unearth something
scandalous proved futile, so we leave him with a clean slate.
THE CooK-Gail Caplan
A cooperative girl, Gail brings us the cheer to break the monotony of strenuous
work. She is sure to take American University by storm.
THE ARTIST-Joyce Margulies
In the future, if anyone desires an advertisement, please call Joyce, for she
will then be a commercial artist.
'IHE REEVE-Timothy Williams
Through his high school days, a bright smile and cheerful greeting were
Tim's inseparable companions. We anticipate the day when Tim will be
seen on television as a professional football player.
'1 HP. GUILDSWOMEN CSECRETARIESJ-Carol Cohen
Without any doubt the greatest living authority on shorthand, Carol can tell
111 from n with one eye open. Much is to 'be expected of her if she keeps both
A girl whose friendship is as steadfast as our school, Joanne enjoys novels
Janet Lawson and Virginia Korol
Janet and Virginia are always enjoying some mysterious laugh together. We
are afraid it is some practical joke such as disposing of a theme, etc. Both
girls like dancing, and they aim to score a success in the business world.
Mary Ann Yaremko
A versatile girl, Mary Ann delights in dancing, swimming, ice skating, and
Mary Lou Suska
The girl with a Pepsodent smile, Mary Lou's ambition is to gladden some
little boyis heart, and wash family dishes.
Respected by her classmates, generous, and with a goodly part of T.A. tucked
away under her hat, we predict that Carol will be the perfect secretary.
Sewing and asking questions about homework are Arlene's favorite hobbies.
Arlene spent many pleasant study periods thusly.
Ours, too, came to an end, and we depart--
But like all journeys that are enjoyed,
Wiser in mind and sadder in heart.
George Berger--M. Cderived from Colfaxj one who advocates the liberty, rights
or independent actions of the individual.
Joan Clay--F. Qderived from Union Township Elementary School, Gastonville,
Pa.j an antimating principle which pervades and tempers action.
Homer Craig--M. Qderived from Gladstone junior High Schoolj pertaining to
the great Greek poet Homer, from whom we quote, "Aw, do we have to?"
Anita Fishman-F. Cderived from Colfaxj possessing some quality or feature
exerting a fascinating influence.
Pat Gavel-F. fderived from Greenfieldj having that quality whereby admiring
pleasure is excited.
Rachelmae Harris-F. Qderived from St. Stephen's Elementary Schoolj one
who knows what she wants and almost has it-an MRS degree.
Ginger Hinkes-F. fderived from Lindenj one particularly skilled in the art
of baton twirling and destined for the University of Pittsburgh.
joan Isenstein-F. Cderived from -Colfaxj a woman who is skilled in drama--
particularly as the nurse in "Harvey."
jane Kaufman-F. fderived from Wightmanj having the personality to find
favor with people, synonym-popular.
Lou Klein-M. Cderived from Colfaxj one who is good-natured and possesses
the aptitude for business.
Jerry Levin-M. fderived from Ventnor junior High School, Ventnor, N. 1.5
a jolly good fellow.
Joyce Liberman--F. Qderived from VVightmanj a person who is skilled in artg
Franklin Libson-M. Qderived from VVight.manJ a combination of varying
melody, harmony, and rhythmg one with definite political views.
Mark Lieberman-F. fderived from Colfaxj a super-charged individual geared
for high speed and learned in the use of tools, particularly automobile tools.
Steve Mandel-M. Qderived from Colfaxj having and exhibiting the gift of humor.
Janet Mendelson-F. fderived from Latimer Junior High Schoolj one having a
friendly disposition and possessing the quality of being helpful.
Louise Mendelson-F. fderived from Latimer Junior High Schoolj one having
interest in the welfare of her fellow students.
Phyllis Miller-F. fderived from Wightmanj an exc-essively animated friendly
Sandra Morris--F. fderived from Rooseveltl having the acumen to handle
delicate and difficult situations skilfully.
Susan Pachtman-F. fderived from Wightmanj keenness of intellect in grasp-
ing truths and ability to do journalistic writing.
Alvin Robinson--M. fderived from Rooseveltj possessing the conditions of
being friendly, of having goodwill in an easy way.
Dolores Robinson-F. fderived from Vlvlgllllllillll one who follows niusic as a
profession, especially as a performer on the violin.
Eric Sakolsky-M. Cderived from NYigl1t1nanQ a person highly respected and
always willing to render assistance.
Stephen Salomon-M. lderived from XYightnianj versed in or devoted to science,
especially physical science: a follower of Einstein.
Stanley Scholnick-M. tderived from Fifth Avenue High Schoolj one showing
good sportsmanship, especially at the game of basketball.
ROSelle Spokane-F. fderived from Schenley High Schooll a young lady with
personality radiating in all directions.
Pete Stamoolis--M. Cderived from XYightmanl distinction of being willing and
ready to give support or aid in any undertaking.
Teacher... .,.,.... ..... B liss Elizabeth XYarnock
President ...,..,,..... ..,........,.....,. S usan liZ1Clltlllflll
Vice President ..,., ....... I lark Lieberinan
Secretary ....,....... . ...,.. Phyllis Miller
Treasurer ...,,........,.........,.........,........ .,..,... ' loan Isenstein
Student Council Representative ...... ..... S tephen Salomon
Student Council .-Xlternate ............. ..,...... S andra Morris
Foreword Representative ..,.. ..... S andra Morris
First Row-Ginger Hinkes, jane Kaufman, Sandra Morris, Phyllis Miller, Susan Pachtman,
Mark Lieberman, Joan Isenstein, Stephen Salomon, Anita Fishman
Second Row-Gerald Levin, Louise Mendelson, Rachelmae Harris, Dolores Robinson, Joyce
Liberman, Patricia Gavel, joan Clay, Roselle Spokane
Third Row-Louis Klein, Eric Sakolsky. George Berger, Homer Craig, Stephen Mandel,
Franklin Libson, Stanley Scholnick, Alvin Robinson
Teacher ,,..,.... , ...,. Mr. Howard Barnes
President .r..,r,. ,. Leonard lirowdie
Vice President .,.... ....... A larlene livank
Secretary, ..... ...,....,r ,,... , , , ....., ,.,, g Ianet Strella
Treasurer . ., ....r... ., r ...,...,,,.. ....... lX larshall Goldberg
Foreword Representative ., r ,.... ..., X 'irginia liellis
Student Council Representative . , . .. .Marie Barnette
First Row-Ila Haas, Leonard Browdie, Beatrice Simanovich, janet Strella, Irwin Klein,
Second Row-Mary Ann Mihalyo, Judy Weinstein, Janice Ford, Virginia Bellis, Marlene
Evank, Eleanor Zahm, Lucille Szolis
Third Row-Shirley Scaife, Donald Manfredi, Frank Shandrick, Marshall Goldberg, john
Hull, Marie Barnette
The gypsy shines her crystal 'ball
Much news she has for one and all.
A prophecy given-there's one quotation
For each member of IJISTRIBCTIYIQ EDUCATION.
MARY ANN MlllAl.YO
"A spirit rare she-'s been each day-
A friend to all who passed her way."
"ln business she's a great success:
just see her and shell tell the rest."
"A country gentleman of fame,
A million dollars to his name."
"Officious, innocent, sincere,
Of every friendless name this friend."
"S-he is pretty to walk with
And witty to talk with
And pleasant too, to think on."
"She has a voice of gladness and
A smile of eloquence and beauty."
"Society has claimed her with grace,
The charm, the voice of earlier days.
"She's dancing here and dancing there
'Mid great acclaim-she's very fair."
"In the marts of foreign trade,
A great industrialist he has made."
"The reason firm, the temperate will
Endurance, foresight, strength, and skill'
"But he whose inborn worth his acts commend,
Of gentle soul, to human race a friend."
"Happy go lucky is she
From her face laughter rings."
"A maiden as charming as she is wise
Look at the qualities she does possess."
"Those who know thee not, no words can paintg
And those who know thee, know all words are faint
"Worth, courage, honor, these indeed
Your sustenance and birthright are."
"He is a gentleman because his nature
Is kind and affable to every creaturef'
"With a smile sincere
She banishes dispairf'
"Hidden in Canadian wilds
A hunter, traveling miles on miles,
Nature's own brave forest child."
"The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct,
And the 'hand to execute."
"To know, to esteem, to 1-ove, and then to part
Makes up life's tale to many a feeling heart."
Allderdice Then and Now
1,000 books in the Library
Mr. Deevers, Principal
"Keep off the Grass" Campaign
Cafeteria Staff-4 members
Athletic Field started
Allderdice became a senior high school
Alma Mater written
Senior Student Council accepts constitu-
First classes in the Annex
First noiseless typewriter
Boys, Leaders Club changes to
Allderdice places on accredited list
The Foreword sold for 50 cents a se-
Clu-bs held during eighth period, after
Students permitted to enter one club
First Open House
Allderdice Dragon, Humphrey, intro-
duced -by Mr. Irwin and Mr. Deevers
Mr. Taylor Allderdice died
Largest graduating class in the history
of the school-341
Mr. McClymonds, Principal
"Keep off the Grass" Campaign
Cafeteria Staff-46 members
Hoping for stands
One of the best senior -high schools in the
Assemblies open with the singing of the
No amendments added to the original
Four rooms in the Annex converted into
Three electric typewriters
Green Key Club
Allderdice holds top academic position in
The Foreword sells for 60 cents a se-
Clubs held during activity period
Students permitted to join an unlimited
number of clubs
Programs performed at Open House
Humphrey reflects in the 1957 Year Book
Name still carried on in Allderdice tra-
Present senior class tops all records-385
June Class Ufficers and Committees
Vice President-Robert Frank
Secretary-Mary Ann DeWaters
Treasurer-Stanley A. Starrett PROM COMMITTEE
' f A , lt 1.
PUBLICITY COMMITTEE GIFT COMMITTEE
June C ass
JACK A. ABEL-Gift Co-mmittee: Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade?
Foreword Representative: Green Key Club: Senior DISCUSSION Club?
College Club: English 9 and 10: Student Council Social Committee:
SUZANNE ADELMAN-Rhythmic Swim Club: Life Saving Club:
Majorettes: Senior Leaders: Orchestra 4: Hockey '56, '57: Volley
Ball '56: Softball '56: Championship Basketball '56, '57: Varsity
Letter: Gregg Typing Award: United Fund Parade
EUGENE R. ALI-Student Council Publicity Committee: Physics
Club: Journal Art Staff: Intramural Basketball '55: Advanced Art:
Scholastic Art Award: A.M.A. Art Contest: B'nai Blrith Art Contest
DAVID ALISKOWITZ-Bookroom Clerk: Print Shop Foreman?
Basketball '53, '54: Football Manager '54, '55: Intramural Basketball
'55, '56: Basketball Letter
HERBERT HARVEY APPLEBAUM - Foreword Staff: journal
Staff, Business Manager: Foreword Representative: United Nations
Club: Junior Dramatics Club: Physics Club: Marching Band: All-
City Orchestra: Band 5: English 9: Student Council Alternate:
Basketball '54: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball: Basketball
Letter: D.A.R. Award: Dramatic English
DANIEL ARMSTRONG-Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Vice
President l2B: Woodcarving Club: Conditioning Club: VVoodshop
Foreman: Advanced Jewelry: Football '55, '56: Intramural Basket-
ball '53-'55: Square Dance Club
MIRIAM Z. ASHERY-Library Representative: Library Staff, Sec-
retary: M.M.M.: Drivers Training Club: Entre Nous: English 10:
Softball '56: Basketball '55
EVELYN AZEN-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, 9th, 10th Grades: Secretary 9th, llth Grades: Student Council
Hospitality Committee: United Nations Club: Book Club: Red Cross
Council: F.T'.A.5 Entre Nous: Chorus 3: Special Dance: Cafeteria
Staff: National Merit Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test
ROSE MARIE THERESA BACINSKY-Homeroom Secretary, 9th
Grade: Vice President 10th Grade: Service Club: Library Repre-
sentative: Drivers Training Club: Student Council Representative:
American Legion Award
JETTIE EDWINA BALL-Future Nurses of America: Chorus 5:
Advanced Jewelry: Softball: Hockey: Basketball: Entered from
Gladstone in 10B
RAYMOND L. BALUKIN-Homeroom Vice President, llth Grade:
Projection Club: Orchestra 2: Shop Foreman: Drivers Training
STEWART B. BARMEN - Social Committee: Homeroom Vice
President, 12th Grade: Student Council: Green Key Club: United
Nations Club: Band 5: Marching Band: Intramural Basketball,
Volley Ball: Usher Staff: Dramatic English
JOHN D. BARNISHINfStudent Council Representative, Home-
room Secretary 12A, Entered from Gladstone Junior High in 10B
LAURA B. BARRETT - Social Committee, Y-Teens, Cafeteria
Staff, Hockey '55, Basketball '54, '55, Volley Ball '53, '54, '55,
Softball '53, '54, '55, English 10, Intramural Emblems '53, '54, '55,
PHILIP E. BASKIND-Class Day Committee, Homeroom President
10th Grade, Treasurer 10th, llth, 12th Grades, 4th Period Hall
Patrol, Usher Staff, Hospitality Committee, Spanish Club, United
Nations Club, Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball, English 10, Dra-
matic English, Class Play Cast, F.T.A., Stamp Club, College Club
GEORGIANN PATRICIA BATKO-Service Club, Drivers Train-
ing Club, Advanced Clothing, Gregg Typing and Shorthand Awards
CARL BEAVER-Shop Foreman
NORMAN BELLE-Vice President Stamp Club, Treasurer Chess
Club, Orchestra, Intramural Basketball '54
VIRGINIA L. BELLIS - Jewelry Shop, Distributive Education,
Entered from Gladstone in 10B
WILLIAM BENDGEN-Radio Club, Special Shop, Elec-tric Shop?
Entered from Gladstone in 10B
DARLENE M. BENE-Social Committee, Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer, 9th Grade, Library Representative, Square Dance Club:
Drivers Training Club, College Club, F.T.A., Basketball '55, Volley
S. SUSAN BERGER -- Entre Nous, Treasurer, Publicity Club:
Foreword Staff, Orchestra 5, All City Orchestra, Senior Discus-
sion Club, Debate Club, National Merit Scholarship Test, Civic
DIAN C. BERRY-Prom Committee, Homeroom Secretary, 10th
Grade, President l0A, Vice President llth Grade, Student Council
Representative, Square Dance Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Today's
Business Girls, Treasurer, 4th Period Hall Patrol, Chorus 3:
Hockey, Basketball, Volley Ball. Softball '53-'57, Athletic Letter
MARK BERTENTHAL-Social Committee, Usher Staff, Drivers
Training Club, Chess Club, Intramural Basketball '55
JUDITH BINSTOCK - Foreword Representative: Qualitative
Analysis Class: American Chemical Society T'es't: National Mer1t
ROBERT BIRCHARD-Hall Patrol: Square Dance Club: Intra-
mural Basketball '54
BARBARA BITLER-Library Representative: Gregg Typing and
JAMES E. BLACKWOOD-Prom Committee: Homeroom President
l1A, 12th Grades: Student Council Publicity, Social, Safety, Main-
tenance, Hospitality Committees: 4th Period Hall Patrol: English
9: .Advanced Mechanical Drawing: Intramural Basketball, Volley
DOROTHY J. BLAND - Hall Patrol: Student Council Publicity
Committee: Advanced Foods: Volley Ball '57: Hockey '56: Gregg
SONYA MAXINE BLANK-Prom Committee: Homeroom Secre-
tary, 10th, 11th, l2th Grades: Student Council Publicity Committee:
Senior Leaders, Treasurer: Senior Discussion Club: journal Art
Staff: B'nai B'rith Art Contest: Gold Key in Scholastic Art Con-
test: Hockey Championship '56: Volley Ball, Basketball, Softball
'53-'57: Athletic Letters
ROBERT CHARLES BLANNER-Homeroom Vice President, 9th
Grade: Library Staff: Student Council Social Committee: Chess
Club: Conditioning Club: Senior Life Saving: Student Council
Alternate: Track '53, '54: Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball
STEPHEN R. BLUM-Hofmeroom President IZA: Student Council:
Drivers Training Club: Senior Discussion. Moderator: Debate Club:
United Nations Club: Cross Country '55: Intramural Basketball:
Volley Ball Champions '55: Junior Town Meeting of the Air
TIMOTHY A. BOBER - Library Staff: Cafeteria Staff: Senior
DOROTHY BOSE-Y-Teens: B'nai B'rith Art Contest: Spanish
Club: Today's Business Girls, Social Committee: Volley Ball '54:
Basketball '54: Softball '55: Championship Softball: Felt Letter:
Gregg Typing Award
WILLIAM BRASHEAR-Projection Club, Vice President: Band 4:
JUDITH BRAUMAN-Class Day Committee: Entre Nous, Presi-
dent: Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Chess Club: Modern
Creative Dance: F.T'.A.
JOSEPH MARCUS BRENNER-Class Day Committee: Homeroom
President, 9th, 10th, llth Grades: Vice President 12th Grade: Green
Key Club, Treasurer: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Student Council
Representative: Student Council Social Committee: Stamp Club:
Key Club: Senior Discussion Club: Metal Shop Foreman: Intra-
mural Basketball '5l-'532 Softball '52: Swimming '52, '53: Volley
Ball '53, '54: English 10: Dramatic English: American Legion Award
MYRON DAVID BROFF - Social Committee: Student Council
Representative: Student Council Safety Committee: United Nations
Club: Senior Discussion Club: Spanish Club: F.T..A.: Debate Team:
Orchestra 3: National Merit Scholarship Test, Letter of Recom-
mendation: Civic Club Test
IRVING LEONARD BROUDY - Student Council Representative
and Alternate: Spanish Club, Vice President: Senior Discussion
Club: Debate Club: United Nations Club: Band 5: Junior Varsitv
Basketball: Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball: National Merit
FAYE PHYLLIS BROWARSKY-Library Staff: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Student Council: Book Club: Drivers Training Club:
Square Dance Club: Orchestra 3
LEONARD BROWDIE-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Vice
President llth Grade: Band 4: Distributive Education
GAIL EDITH BURCKIN - Drivers Training: Future Nurses of
America: Red Cross Council: Special Dance: Gym Awards: Col-
lege Club: Chorus 2: .Assistant in Main Office: Advanced Cooking
JONI BURDMAN-Hall Patrol: Spanish Club: Gregg Typing Award
DAVID MARTIN BURSTIN - Class Day Committee: Student
Council Maintenance, Safety Committees: Spanish Club: College
Club: F.T.A,: English 10: Varsity Basketball '53, '54: Intramural
Basketball '54, '55: Intramural Volley Ball Champions '55: Basket-
EDGAR RICHARD BURTOFT - Chess Club: Projection Club:
Physics Club: Conditioning Club: Football '53: Intramural Basket-
ball '55, '56: Volley Ball '53
ROCHELLE SUSAN BURTON-Spanish Club: Book Club: Or-
chestra 4: M.M.M.: Student Council Alternate: College Club:
Junior Dramatics Club
CAROL BYERS-Homeroom President, Vice PrSSident, Secretary!
Foreword Representative: Student Council Alternate: 4th Period
Hall Patrol: Drivers Training Club: Usher Staff: English 9 and
10: American Legion Award: A.A.A. Silver Safety Pin
GLORIA HOPE CANNON - Class Day Committee: Foreword
Representative: Student Council Representative: Student Council
Hospitality Committee: 4th Period Hall Pa-trol: Spanish Club:
F.T.A.: Junior Dramatics Club: Red Cross Council.: Book Club:
Journal Staff: English 9, 10: Basketball, Soccer, Mushball '54, '55:
DOUGLAS CAPLAN-Homeroom Vice President, 10th, llth Grades:
President 12th Grade: Key Club, Secretary-Treasurer: Lieutenant
Governor of Key Club, Tri-State Area, '56: Chorus 5: Intramural
Basketball '54, '55, '56: Swimming '55, '56
JUNE LOIS CAPLAN - Class Day Committee: Student Council
Representative: Future Nurses of America: Chorus 5:
Girls' Chorale: Mushball '53: Special Dance: Talent Show: All-City
High School Chorus: English 10: 4-th Period Hall Patrol: Pitts-
burgh Symphony Program
ROCHELLE CAPLAN-Gift Committee: Student Council Alternate
Representative: Hornerocm President IZB: Entre Nous, Secretary:
Student Council Social, Hospitality Committees: F.T.A.: Future
Nurses of America: Book Club: United Nations Club: Chess Club:
Orchestra 3: Mushball '52, '53: Special Dance: National Merit
Scholarship Test: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Civic Club Test
AMANDA CARR-Chorus 4: Hockey '55: Entered from Gladstone
Junior High School in 10B
LARRY CARRA-Hall Pa-trol: Entered from Hannnonton High
School in 12B
LEE CASSADY-Class Day Committee: Key Club: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Band 5: Marching Band: Basketball '55, '57: Type
Club: Homeroom Vice President IZA: Civic Club Test: All-City
Band: Student Council Alternate: Dance Orchestra: Football Man-
ager '54, '56
MARY MAY CHAENKWOK-Majorettes: Basketball '53: Gregg
Typing and Shorthand Awards
BARNETT CHEPENIK - Publicity Committee: Library Staff:
Usher Staff: Drivers Training Club: Senior Life Saving: Intra-
mural Basketball '5-4, '55
BARBARA ANN CIPA-Fashion Show: Hockey '56, '57: Softball,
Soccer '55: Soccer Champions: Basketball, Volley Ball, Mushball:
WAYNE H. CLAEREN - Gift Committee Chairman: Homeroom
Vice President 11B: Senior Student Council, President: Student
Council Treasurer, llth Grade: Senior Discussion Club: College
Club: English 9, 10: D.A.R. Award: Track '56: junior Varsity
Basketball '54-'56: Intramural Basketball. Volley Ball '54-'56: Dra-
DAVID COHEN - Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Projection
Club: Chess Club: Band 5: Marching Band: Special Shop Foreman:
Basketball '54: Swimming '53: Volley Ball
IAMES COHEN-Publicity Committee: Homeroom Vice President
9th Grade: Chess Club: Radio Club: Cafeteria Staff: Electric Shop
Foreman: Basketball '54-'56: Volley Ball '55: Physics Club
JANET ELINOR COHEN - Prom Committee, Student Council
Representative, M.M.M., President and Vice President, F.T.A.,
junior Math Club, Library Staff, Cafeteria Staff, Journal Staff,
Student Council Safety Committee Co-Chairman, Student Council
Maintenance Committee, English 9, 10, National Merit Scholarship
Test, Civic Club Test
ROWENA ADELE COHEN-Drivers Training Club
SANDRA RAE COHEN-Class Day Committee Chairman, Student
Council Representative, M.M.M., Senior Discussion Club, F.T'.A.,
Modern Dance, 4th Period Hall Patrol, Cafeteria Staff, Journal
Staff, English 9, 10, Student Council Social Committee, Cheer-
leader, Civic Club Test
PHILIP M. COOPER-Stamp Club, Square Dance Club, Science
and Garden Club, Chorus 5, Basketball '54-'56, Volley Ball '52,
Softball, Swimming '53
KEITH WARREN CREWS-4th Period Hall Patrol, Chess Club,
Drivers Training Club, Orchestra 5, Entered from Gladstone in 10B
BEVERLY ANN DAFFIS-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade,
Secretary, Advanced Foods, Chorus 1, Volley Ball '54
ESTHER IRIS DARLING-Homeroom President, 9th Grade, Vice
President llth Grade, Treasurer 12th Grade, Future Nurses of
America, Program Chairman, F.T.A., Advanced Foods, Modern
Dance, Hall Patrol, Gift Committee, Maintenance Committee
MURRAY DAVIDSON - Homeroom President 9A, l0A, Wood
Carving Club, President, Orchestra 3, Wood Shop Foreman, Intra-
mural Basketball Championship, Intramural Swimming '55, Foot-
ball, Basketball Letter
ALLEN J. DAVIS-United Nations Club, Intramural Basketball
'54, '55, '56, Swimming '53, '54
MARILYN SUE DAVIS - Foreword Representative, 4th Period
Hall Patrol, F.T.A., Future Nurses of America, Book Club, Red
Cross Council, Orchestra 4, Soccer '54, Volley Ball '54, M.M.M.,
Gregg Typing Award, Athletic Award
JANET DeJIDAS - Soccer Champs, Basketball, Volley Ball:
Hockey, Mushball, Gym Award, Square Dance Club, Homeroom
Secretary, 9th Grade
MARY ANN DeWATERS-Homeroom President, 9th Grade, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 12th Grade, Senior Class Secretary, Foreword
Representative, Rhythmic Swim, Chess Club, F.T.A., College Club,
Usher Staff Captain, Student Council Social Committee, Orchestra 5,
Student Director, Woodwind Quintet, All-City Orchestra, 214
Staff, Dance Accompanist, Fashion Show, Junior Life Saving,
-UN' v' .
PATRICIA DULAK-Student Council Representative: Advanced
Foodsg Library Represen-tativeg Hall Patrol
GLENN EATON-Projection Club, Presidentg Chorus.4g Advanced
Arty Garden Club
DIANNA EDDINS - Homeroom Vice President 9Ag Homeroom
President 10Bg Future Nurses of America, Secretary, President:
Hockey, Basketball, Volley Ball, Softball, Soccer '54, '55, '56g Soccer
Championship '55g Athletic Award
RUTH LOUISE EDWARDS-Usher Staffg Library Staffg Entered
from Gladstone junior High School in 10B
PATTY ELLISON-Y-Teens, Secretaryg Y-Teens Representative
to Bethany Conferenceg Senior Leaders, Planning Committeeg To-
day's Business Girlsg Advanced Clothingg Basketball '54g Softball
'S5g Volley Ball '55g Hockey '55, '56g Championshipg Gregg Short-
hand and Typing Awards
EARL C. ELRICK-Ham Radio Club: Drivers Training Club
LOIS GLORIA DIAMOND Gift Committee Chairman Homeroom
Secretary 12Bg Student Council Representative Foreword Staff
Red Cross Councilg Drivers Training Club Chess Club Senior
Discussion Clubg F.T.A.g Orchestra 4 Chorus 5 Modern Creatue
Danceg S.A.R. Awardg National Merlt Scholarship Test Civic Club
Testg Girls' Choraleg Cafeteria Staff Hall Patrol Entre Vous
ROBERT CHARLES DIAMONDSTONE Homeroom President
IZBQ Student Councilg Drivers Training Club Wood Shop Foreman
Intramural..Basketball, Swimming 54 57
FRANK DILUCIA-Hall Patrol Special Shop Red Cross Project
ARTHUR L. DINARDO Usher Staff
EWALD DITTNER, JR. Gift Committee Square Dance Club
Drivers Training Clubg Special Shop Foreman Advanced Special
Shopg Intramural Basketball 53 55 Hall Patrol
PATRICIA E. DUGUID-Y Teens Rhythmic Swim Square Dance
Club: Hockey: Mushball: Basketball Volley Ball 53 56
FAYE GAIL EPSTEIN-Today's Business Girlsg Library Typistg
Basketball 'S4g Volley Ball '55g Gregg Typing and Shorthand AwardS
MARLENE EVANK - Square Dance Clubg Basketballlg Hockeyg
Volley Ballg Softball '54, '55g Advanced jewelryg ,Athletic Award
MARY ANN EZYKOWSKY -A Today's Business Girlsg Entered
from Derry Area Joint High School in 12B
HOWARD ZACHARY FAIRMAN -- Gift Committeeg Homeroom
President l2Ag Treasurer 8th, 9th Gradesg Spanish Clubg Math
Clubg Chess Clubg Projection Clubg Drivers Training Clubg Micro-
scope Clubg Hall Patrolg Advanced Wood Shopg VVood Shop Fore-
mang Advanced Jewelry Shopg Student Council Maintenance Com-
mitteeg Intramural Basketball '52-'56g Community Chest Luncheon
STUART B. FELDMAN-Social Committeeg Homeroom Secretary
9B, Vice President 1lBg Stamp Clubg United Nations Clubg Drivers
Training Clubg Orchestra 55 Intramural Basketball '52-'56g Swim-
ming Team '53, '54g Volley Ball '54-'56g Softball '52g National Merit
Scholarship Testg Student Council Safety Committeeg Ushers Staff
HARVEY LEONARD FELSER-Homeroom Vice President, 10th
Gradeg Student Council Representativeg Vice President 12th Grade:
Hall Patrolg Type Clubg Band 53 English 95 Intramural Basketball '53
' ROBERT FELTON-Publicity Committee Chairman, Homeroom
President 9th, 10th Gradesg Treasurer 11th Gradeg Student Council
Representativeg Journal Staff, Foreword Staff, Business Manager:
Varsity Clubg Conditioning Clubg Orchestra 53 Advanced Mechanical
Drawingg Athletic Lettersg Football '56g Track '55-'57g Basketball
'56g Dramatic English
KATHERINE FERA-Homeroom Secretary l1Ag Y-Teensg Gregg
Shorthand and Typing Awardsg Softball, Hockey '56
JANET FERCHAK-Homeroom Secretaryg Student Council Repre-
sentativeg Service Clubg Softball '53, '54g Gregg Shorthand Award:
Today's Business Girls
RUTH LOIS FINGERET-Publicity Committeeg Homeroom Secre-
tary, 9th Gradeg T'reasurer 10th, llth Gradesg M.M.M.g 4th Period
Hall Patrol, Captaing F.N.A.g F.T.A.g Chorus 53 Choraleg National
Merit Scholarship Testg Civic Club TeSt
MIRIAM FISCHMAN-I-Iomeroom Vice Presidentg Student Council
Represen-tativeg Red Cross Councilg Cafeteria Staffg English 9:
Junior Math Clubg Junior Lifesavingg junior and Senior Leadersg
Chorus lg Softball, Basketballg Volley Ball '53, '54g Dramatic Eng-
lishg Athletic Award
ROBERT J. FLEISHMAN, IR. - Homeroom President 9th, 10th
Grades: Entre Nousg Green Key: Key Club: Orchestra 5g Student
Council Hospitality'Committeeg Prom Committee
ELVA RUTH FLEMING-Y-Teensg Volley Ballg Entered from
Gladstone in 10B
JANICE FORD-Distributive Educationg Entered from Mifflin in
BARBARA FOX-Senior Discussion Clubg Rhythmic Swimming:
Square Dance Clubg English 95 First Prize in Pittsburgh Adver-
tising Contes-tg Honorable Mention in Latin Contestg Finalist in
National Merit Scholarship Test
RAYMOND A. FRANK-Science and Gardening Club, Vice Presi-
dentg Library Staffg Entered from Mifflin in 9B
ROBERT FRANK-Senior Class Vice Presidentg Student Council:
Senior Discussion Clubg Moderatorg Foreword Editor-in-Chief:
Student Council Maintenance Committee Chairniang Chess Clubg
Orchestra 55 Brass Quartetg All-City Orchestrag Intramural Basket-
ball '55g Qualitative Analysis Classg First Prize in Latin Contest!
Second Prize. American Chemical Society Contestg National Merit
Scholarship Testg Civic Club Test
M. ELAINE FRANKLIN-Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Book
Clubg Spanish Clubg Junior Dance: Hall Patrol: Gregg Shorthand
Awardg Special Dance
ELLEN JOAN FRANZOS Class Day Commi-tteeg Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer l2Bg M.M.M.g 4th Period Hall Patrolg Senior
Discussion Clubg Book Clubg F.T.A.g Junior Leadersg Modern
Creative Dance: Softball '56
MONNA FREED - Homeroom President 1lBg Gregg Shorthand
Award: Junior Leaders
JILL FREEDMAN-Student Council Representative: Spanish Club:
F.T.A.g Chorus 55 Hockey '56g English 95 Cafeteria Staffg Civic
Club Testg National Merit Scholarship Test
MARGERY FREEDMAN-Choir Secretaryg S-tudent Council Hos-
pitality Committeeg United Nations Clubg Spanish Clubg F.T.A.g
Library Staffg Chorus 43 English 10g Cafeteria Staff: All-City
WILLIAM ROBERT FREEMAN-Drivers Training Clubg Senior
Lifesaving: Advanced Mechanical Drawing
JOAN ELLEN FRIEDMAN - Foreword Representativeg United
Nations Clubg Book Club: Red Cross Councilg Chess Clubg Senior
Discussion Clubg F.T.A.g Advanced Foods: English 9, 103 Journal
Staff: Cafeteria Staff: College Clubg Gregg Typing Awardg Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Testg Civic Club Test
RONNA JUNE FRIEDMAN - Foreword Representative, United
Nations Club, Book Club, Red Cross Council, Chess Club, Senior
Discussion Club, F.T.A., Journal Staff, Cafeteria Staff, College
Club, Advanced Foods, English 9, 10, Gregg Typing Award, Civic
Club Test, National Merit Scholarship Test
ROBERT A. FULKUS-Football '55, '56, Track '55, Basketball '56
ALAN GARFINKEL-Social Committee, Student Council Social,
Maintenance Committees, Green Key Club, Band 5, Intramural
Basketball, Volley Ball, Swimming '54-'56, English 9, Dramatic
English, Class Play Cast
JOAN GAVEL-Homeroom President, 9th Grade, Square Dance
Club, Mushball '54, Athletic Award, Gregg Typing Award
H. ARNOLD GEFSKY-Homeroom President, 9th, 10th Grades,
Treasurer ll-th Grade, Green Key Club, United Nations Club,
Camera Club, Stamp Club, Band 5, Marching Band, Intramural
Basketball '53-'55, English 9, 10, Cheerleader, Key Club
RICHARD STUART GERSON-Journal Staff, Ham Radio, Chess
Club, Senior Discussion Club, College Club, Senior Lifesaving,
Physics Club, Dramatic English
CARL H. GLASS - Homeroom Secretary IIA, Drivers Training
Club, Metal Shop Foreman, Advanced Metal, Special Shops, Foot-
ball Manager '55, '56
HAROLD GLICK-Prom Committee Chairman, Homeroom Presi-
dent, 11th Grade, Student Council Representative, Key Club, Secre-
tary, Vice President, Journal Staff, Green Key, Chorus 5, Basket-
ball '55, '56, Dramatic English
PHYLLIS ANNE GOGNIAT - Student Council Representative,
Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade, Secretary 10th Grade, Senior
Leaders, Secretary, Treasurer, Rhythmic Swim, Lifesaving, Y-
Teens, Drivers Training Club, Hockey, Basketball, Volley Ball,
Softball '54-'56, Dramatic English, Athletic Award, Hockey Cham-
pionship '56, '57, D.A.R. Award, Betty Crocker Homemaking Con-
test, All-City Fashion Show
CAROLYN RUTH GOLDBACH-Library Staff, Rhythmic Swim-
ming, Science and Gardening Club, .Advanced Mechanical Drawing,
Office, Book Room Clerk
MARLENE RUTH GOLDBERG - Homeroom President llB:
Drivers Training Club, Student Council Hospitality Committee!
Cafeteria Staff, English 9, 10, Gregg Typing Award
MARSHALL JAY GOLDBERG-Orchestra 4, Distributive Edu-
LEWIS GOLDHAMMQER-Foreword Representa-tive, Woodcarving
Club, Drivers Training Club, United Nations Club, Orchestra 5,
Swimming '54, '55, Basketball '54, '55, Softball '55, Swimming Letter
SHIRLEY ANN GOLDSTEIN-Student Council Representative,
214 Staff, Usher Staff, Captain, Library Staff, F.N.A., Spanish
Club, Student Council Hospitality Committee
ALVIN GOLDSTONE-Social Committee, Homeroom President,
11th Grade, Vice President 12th Grade, Foreword Representative,
Usher Staff, Hall Patrol, Student Council Publicity, Maintenance
Commit-tees, Key Club, Band 5, Marching Band, Track '559 Civic
HARVEY A. GOLDVARG-Prom Committee, Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9th, 10th Grades, Vice President 12th Grade, Usher Staff,
Green Key Club, Foreword Representative, Conditioning Club,
Football '53-'55, Track '54, Intramural Basketball '53-'55, English
9 and 10, Student Council Hospitality, Maintenance Committees
EVELYN ANN GONZALES -- Library Staff, Drivers Training
Club, Spanish Club, Soccer '53, Softball '54
BARBARA SHEILA GOODMAN-4th Period Hall Patrol, Usher
Staff, Library Staff: Spanish Club, Drivers Training Club, College
Club, Softball '53, Volley Ball '52, M.M.M.
ADRIANNE BARBARA GORDON-Student Council Representa-
tive, Foreword Representative, Future Nurses of America, Chorus
5, Hall Patrol, Red Cross Council, Bulletin Distribution
PATTI R. GORDON-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade, Fore-
word Representative, Student Council Representative, Red Cross
Council, C-heerleader, Future Nurses of America, Modern Creative
Dance, Athletic Letters, Betty Crocker Homemaking Contest,
WQED TV Program
DAVID EUGENE GRAF-Homeroom Vice President, 9th-12th
Grades, Physics Club, Drivers Training Club, Conditioning Club,
Football '55, '56, Volley Ball '54, Intramural Basketball '53-'55:
JACQUELINE MARIE GREEN'-Class Day Committee, Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer, Student Council Representative, M.M.M..
Treasurer, Cafeteria Staff, 214 Staff, Foreword, journal Staffs:
Senior Discussion Club, F.T.A., English 9, 10, Student Council
Social. Safety Committees, American Legion Award, Gregg Typing
Award, National Merit Scholarship Test
ELINOR SUE GROSSMAN-Homeroom Vice President 9B, Stu-
dent Council Representative, Student Council Publicity Committee,
Book Club, Secretary, Chess Club, Senior Discussion Club, Entre
Nous, F.T.A., Modern Dance, English 9, National Merit Scholar-
ship Test, Civic Club Test, Dramatic English
ILA HAAS-Math Clnhg Red Cross Councilg Science Clubg Library
Staffg junior Glee Clubg Distributive Education
MARVA L. HACKNEY - Usher Staffg Library Staffg F.T.A.g
Hockey Championship '55, '56g Athletic Awardg Entered from
Homestead in 10B
DOLORES ANN HAI-IALYAK-Service Clubg M.M.M.g Library
JACK HAKIM!Publici'ty Committee: Library Staffg Garden Club!
Science Club: Chess Clubg Square Dance Clubg Orchestra 43 Hall
SANDRA P. HALPERN-Junior Dance Clubg Advanced Foodsg
Today's Business Girlsg Entered from Highland Manor in 10A
RONALD M. HANDLEMAN-Senior Lifesaving: Swimming '563
Track '56g Athletic Award
ARTHUR HARRIS-Ham Radio Club, Vice Presidentg Electric
Shop Foremang Mechanical Drawing
EARL HARRIS-Chess Cluhg Entered from Gladstone in 10B
RALPH ALAN HARRIS-Homeqroom Treasurer 9Bg President IOBQ
Law Clubg Glee Clubg Chorus 55 Intramural Basketballg 4th Period
NANCY JOAN HARTMANN - Homeroom President, 9th, 10th
Grades: Secretary 11th Grade: Foreword Representativeg Cafeteria
Staff, Cap-taing Red Cross Councilg United Nations Clubg Book
Clubg Drivers Training Clubg F.T.A.g Chorus 5: Chorale
IVAN S. HARTZBERG-Homeroom President, 10th, 12th Gradesg
Hall Patrolg Key Clubg Chorus 53 Choraleg Soloistg Choir Student
Ccnductorg Woodshop Foremang Basketball '55g Volley Ball '53g
Championship In-tramural Swimming '55g Student Council Hospi-
PATRICIA HEFFNER-Service Clubg Drivers Training Clubg To-
day's Business Girlsg Gregg Typing Award
MARCIA HERER-Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Representa-
tive: Spanish Club: junior Drama-ties: College Club: Orchestra 53
English 10: Hall Patrtl
FERZELLE HICKS-Hockey '53, '54
BETTY HINDMARSH--Hall Patrol: Y-Teens: Homeroom Vice
PATRICIA S. HIRSCHFIELD - Publicity Committee: Cafeteria
Staff: Hall Patrol: Student Council Publicity Committee: Journal
Art Staff: Softball '53: Volley Ball '5Z: English 10: Student Council
Representative: English 9
FRANK L. HOFFMAN-Physics Club: Advanced Mechanical Draw-
ing: Intramural Volley Ball '54
SUSAN HOHENSTEIN-Homeroom Social Chairman 11B: Fore-
word Representative: Entered from Our Lady of Mercy Academy
THOMAS HOLTZMAN-Homerocfm Secretary, 11th Grade: Stu-
dent Council Alternate: VVoodcarving Club: Advanced Mechanical
Drawing: Cross Country '56: Swimming '54
RICHARD OSCAR HOMMEL-Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade:
Foreword Representative: Student Council Representative: Student
Council Safety Committee Chairman: Physics Club: Drivers Train-
ing Club: Hall Patrol: English 10
JANICE DEE HOROVITZ-Publicity Committee: Red Cross Coun-
cil, Executive Committee: F.T'.A., Planning Committee, Newsletter
Chairman: Cafeteria Staff. Captain: Usher Staff: Orchestra 4:
English 9. 10: American Legion Award: Gregg Shorthand Award:
Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Civic Club Test: National
Merit Scholarship Tes-t
CAROL ANN HUDAK-Student Council Representative: Vollev
Ball, Basketball '53: Square Dance Club: Gregg Shorthand Awardvl
VERONICA ICHENKO-Softball: Volley Ball: Athletic Awards:
Gregg Typing Award: Hall Patrol: Bookroom Clerk
ELLEN ISRAEL--Hall Patrol: Student Council Representative:
Chorus 4: Spanish Club: All-City Festival Chorus
BARBARA JOAN JACOBS-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Vice
President llA: Foreword Representative: Usher Staff: Library
Staff: Championship Softball '53: Volley Ball, Basketball '53: Hall
Patrol: Advanced Jewelry: Gregg Typing
BLAIR JACOBSON-Social Committee: Homeroom President, llth
Grade: Green Key, Secretary, President: Hall Patrol: Intramural
Basketball, Volley Ball '53-'57: Student Council Maintenance Com-
mittee: journal Staff: Usher Staff
JERRY F. JOHNSON-Class Day Committee Chairman: Home-
room Secretary, Treasurer 9th-llth Grades: Student Council Repre-
sentative: S-tudent Council Publicity, Social, Safety Committees: Key
Club: Green Key Club: Usher Staff: .United Nations Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Journal Art Staff: English 9: F.T.A.: Instructor
at Western Pennsylvania Student Council Convention
LOUIS E. JONES-Advanced Special Shop: Basketball '56, '57g
Entered Allderdice in 10B
AUDREY JUSTICE-Advanced Clothing: Gregg Typing Award
MARCIA HOPE KAHN - Spanish Club, Treasurer: Red Cross
Council: Book Club: United Nations Club: Future Nurses of
America: Basketball '5-4: Softball '54, '55: Gregg Shorthand and
Typing Awards: Hall Pa-trol: Distribution of Absence Bulletins
JOSEPH KAISER-Entered from Central Catholic High School in
GRANT KALSON - Publicity Committee: Homeroom Treasurer,
llth, 12th Grades: Vice President llB: Foreword Staff: Student
Council Representative: Physics Club: Band 5: Marching Band:
Basketball '55, '56: National Merit Scholarship Test: American
Legion Award: Civic Club Test
ORA KANTAROFH-Student Council Publicity Committee: journal
Art Staff: B'nai B'rith Art Award: National Merit Scholarship
Test: Civic Club Test
ARNOLD KAPLAN-Publicity Committee: Physics Club: Special
Shop Foreman: Debate Club: Advanced Mechanical Drawing
LOIS M. KARWAN-Future Nurses of America: Orchestra 43
PHYLLIS KATZ-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice President.
Secretary, Treasurer: M.M,M., Vice President: Social Committee:
Book Club: Red Cross Council: F.T.A.: Special Dance: D.A.R.
Award: English 10: Cafeteria Staff: Advanced jewelry: National
Merit Scholarship Test
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JACK KAUFFMAN - Prom Committee: Student Council Social
Committee: Projection Club: Student Council Alternate: In-tra-
mural Sports '53-'57
7ELLEN SUE KAUFMAN-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Sec-
retary, 9th Grade: Entre Nous: Junior Dramatics: Square Dance
Club: Rhythmic Swimming: Junior Lifesaving: Chorus 5: English
9, 10: Basketball '56, '57
JUDITH ANN KAUFMAN-Gift, Committee: M,M.M.: Cafeteria
Staff: Library Staff: Student Council Social, Publicity Committees:
F.T.A.: Square Dance Club: Junior Glee Club: United Nations Club:
Red Cross Council: Dance Accompanist: Entre Nous: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Debate Club: Book Club: Future Nurses of America:
Orchestra S: Choir Accompanist: English 10: National Merit
Scholarship Test: Softball, Basketball, Soccer '53
JUDIE KELSKY-English 9, 10: Student Council Social Com-
mittee: Entered from Mount Mercy in 11A
SHELDON L. KEYSER - Social Committee: Student Council
Representative: Journal Staff: Green Key Club: Intramural Basket-
ball '53, '54: English 9, 10: Student 'Council Maintenance Commit-tee:
4th Period Hall Patrol
CAROL JEAN KIRKPATRICK-Hotneroom Vice President llB:
Student Council Alternate: Y-Teens: Chorus 5: Volley Ball '53:
Hockey Championship '56: American Legion Award: Gregg Typing
and Shorthand Awards: Basketball Championship '57
WILLIAM JOSEPH KISH, JR.-Student Council Representative:
Band 5: Marching Band: All-City Band
IRWIN A. KLEIN-Home-room Vice President: Advanced VVood
Shop: Distributive Education
ROBERTA FERN KLEIN-Library Representative: Hall Patrol:
F.T.A.: Drivers Training Club: Junior Dramatics Club: Gregg
Shorthand and Typing Awards: 214 Staff
RONALD F. KLIMO - Prom Commit-tee: Homeroom President:
Student Council Representative: Student Council Hospitality, Safety,
Social Committees: Senior Lifesaving: Advanced Mechanical Draw-
ing: Usher Staff: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Intramural Basketball
JOAN CAROL KNOX-Homeroom Secretary: Library Representa-
tive: Y-Teens, Vice President, Treasurer: Projection Club: Today's
Business Girls: Chorus 4: Gregg Shorthand Award: Hockey, Basket-
ball, Volley Ball. Mushball
SUE J. KOHLHEPP - Homeroom Vice President, 12th Grade:
Senior Leaders, President: Journal Staff: Type Club: F.T.A.: Band
S: Marching Band: Brass Quartet: Hockey '53-'56: Basketball,
Volley Ball, Softball '53-'57: American Legion Award: Athletic
Awards: All-City Band: D.A.R. Award: Basketball Championship
'57: National Merit Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test: Drivers
JOHN KORCH-Special Shop: Intramural Sports
BETH ELAINE KOSTMAN--Gift Committeeg Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer, llth Gradeg Vice President 9th Gradeg Foreword
Representativeg M.M.M.g 4th Period Hall Patrolg Red Cross Councilg
junior Glee Clubg Junior Leadersg Special Danceg F.T.A.g College
Clubg Chorus lg Basketball, Soccer '53g Athletic Awardg Gregg
Typing and Shorthand Awardsg Bet-ty Crocker Homemaking Contest
KENNETH KOTOVSKY-Homeroom Vice President llBg Presi-
dent l1Ag Camera Clubg Radio Clubg Band 45 Advanced Electric
Shopg Special Shop
MARY LOUISE KOVACS-Senior Leaders, Vice Presidentg Junior
Dance: Junior Leadersg Advanced Clothingg Modern Creative Danceg
Hockey: Basketballg Volley Ballg Softball '54-'56, Hockey Cham-
pionship '55g Athletic Award
MICHAEL E. KOVARSKY-Prom Committeeg Homeroom Secre-
tary lZBg Spanish Club, Treasurerg Student Council Representative,
Woodcarving Club: Senior Discussion Club, Square Dance Club:
Drivers Training Club: Wood Shop Foremang Gregg Tvping Award,
Foreword Staffg KDKA-TV Math Showg Civic Club T'est
LORRAINE A. KRAMER--Homeroom Secretary, 9th Gradeg Fu-
ture Nurses of America, Treasurerg Hall Patrolg Red Cross Couneilg
Student Council Social Committee: junior Glee Clubg Chorus l.
Volley Ball, Softball '53g Athletic Award
DONALD KRIEGER-Homeroom Treasurer, 10th Gradeg Physics
Clubg Chess Clubg Advanced Metal Shopg Intramural Basketball '54
MARLENE LABOWITZ - Future Nurses of Americag Drivers
Training Clubg Library Staff
RUTH ANN LANE-Square Dance Clubg Library Staffg Advanced
Foodsg D.A.R. Awardg Entered from Gladstone in 10B
JOSEPH LASLO-Usher Staff: Advanced Mechanical Drawing:
Intramural Basketball '54, '55g Entered from Gladstone in 10B
PATRICIA AUDREY LASLO - Hall Patrolg Y-Teensg Softball:
T'oday's Business Girls, Vice President
HARRY JOSEPH LEE-Homeroom Secretary, 12th Gradeg Stu-
dent Council Representativeg Hall Patrolg Advanced Art
LINDA ELLEN LEE-Student Council Alternate: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Library Staff: junior Dra-
matics: Y-Teens: Hockey '54: English 9, 10: Advanced Art
JEROME LEHMAN-Homeroom Vice President l0B: President
10A, HB: Student Council Alternate: Woodcarving Club: Drivers
Training Club: Spanish Club: Physics Club: Orchestra 4: Advanced
Wood Shop Foreman: Intramural Basketball, Softball '54, '55: Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Test
TRUDI LEIBER-Homeroom President 9A, l0B: Vice President
llB: Student Council Recording Secretary: United Nations Club.
President, Secretary: Student Council Hospitality, Social Com-
mittees: Chorus 4: Volley Ball, Basketball, Soccer '53: Special
Dance: S.A.R. Award: National Merit Scholarship Test
CAROL ANN LEMKE-Gift Committee: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent IOA: Secretary 9A: Journal Staff: Library Staff: Hall Patrol:
F.T.A.: Drivers Training Club: Senior Discussion Club: Y-Teens:
Orches-tra 3: English 9: Vollev Ball 'S-1: Hockey '55: American
Legion Award: Gregg Typing Award
ARTHUR ERNEST LENART-Gift Committee: Chess Club. As-
sistant Secretary: Hall Patrol: Conditioning Club: Senior Life-
saving: Special Shop: Gregg Typing Award
MYRL LESHEN-Intramural Basketball '53, '54: .Advanced Special
Shop: Electric Shop Foreman
LESLIE LEWINTER-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer: Foreword
Staff, Keyhole, Notables Lo-Editor: Spanish Club: Senior Discus-
sion Club: F.T.A.: College Club: English 9, 105 4th Period Hall
Patrol: Znd Prize Fire Prevention Essay Contest
SYLVIA RUTH LEVENSON-Foreword Representative:
Senior Discussion Club: Drivers Training Club: Chorus 4: Advanced
Foods: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Basketball '53: Softball '55: Eng-
lish 9, 10: All-City Chorus: School of the Air Latin Program:
National Merit Scholarship Test
HARVEY ALAN LEVINE-Homeroom Vice President: Wood
carving Club: Stamp Club: Spanish Club: Science Club: Ham Radio,
Band 4: Wood Shop Foreman: Intramural Basketball '54-'56: Soft-
ball '53: Volley Ball '54-'56: Swimming '54
LEAHTRICE LEVINE-Foreword Representative: Student Coun-
cil Alternate: Homeroom Vice President, 12th Grade:
Chorus 5: Ensemble: Basketball '55: Gregg Typing Award
LOIS ANN LEVINSON-Foreword Representative: junior Glee
Club: Square Dance Club: Chorus 5: Chorale: Softball: Basketball:
MURRAY JAY LEVITHESpanish Club, Vice President, Secre-
tary: Senior Discussion Club: Debate Club, Chairman: Chess Club:
Orchestra 5, Concertmaster, Vice President
ROBERT THOMAS LINDNER-Class Day Committee: Home-
room Vice President 10th, lZth Grades: Secretary llth Grade:
President 12th Grade: Green Key Club, Treasurer, Vice President:
Cafeteria Staff: Key Club: Orchestra 4: Band 5: Basketball: Volley
Ball: Swimming: All-City Band: Student Council Maintenance Com-
mittee Chairman: Student Council Social Committee
EDITH LIPSITZ - Hall Patrol: Library Staff: Gregg Typing
PENNY FERN LITT-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Secre-
tary, 9th Grade: M.M.M.: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Publicity
Committee: .Advanced Art: Journal Art Staff: Advanced Clothing:
Basketball, Softball, Volley Ball '53: Simplicity Fashion Show
JUDY MARYLYN LOFTIN-Homeroom Secretary, 10th Grade:
Student Council Representative: M.M.M.: Foreword Staff: Senior
Discussion Club: Senior Leaders, Social Chairman: Hockey: Volley
Ball: F.T.A. Recording Secretary
JOSEPH B. LOFTON-Basketball '54-'56: Track '56: Football '54-
'56: Athletic Awards
MARSHA LOUISE LOMASK-Foreword Representative: M.M.M.:
Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: Junior Dramatics: Book Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Entre Nous: F.T.A.: journal Staff: English 9, 10:
National Merit Scholarship Test: College Club: Civic Club Test
VIARY C. LORDEON Lsher Staff, Hall Patrol: Student Council 1
Representative: Service Club: Y-Teens: Basketball '53-'55: Volley
Ball '53, '54: Hockey '54-'56: Soccer '53: Hockey Championship '56:
Basketball Championship '57
IOHN DAVID LUCERO, JR.-Social Committee: Homeroom Presi-
flent, 9th-12th Grades: Spanish Club, President: Varsity Club: Square
Dance Club: Conditioning Club: Senior Life Saving: Football:
Track: Basketball: Volley Ball
TOBY LURIE-Gift Committee: Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade:
Book Club, President: Spanish Club: Red Cross Council: Junior
Leaders: Chorus 4: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Publicity
MARILYN CAROLE MAIER-Prom Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Hall Patrol: Student Council: Senior Leaders: Advanced
Clothing: Hockey '54, '55: Basketball '53, '55: Volley Ball '55:
Softball '56: .Athletic Award: Fashion Show: Usher Staff: Sewing
ELENA MARY ANN MALATESTA-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th
Grade: F.T.A.: Future Nurses of America, Vice President: Square
Dance Club: Junior and Senior Leaders, Social Chairman: Student
Council Social, Hospitality Committees: Betty Crocker Homemaking
Test: Basketball: Volley Ball: Hockey '54-'57: Cheerleader: Sports
DONALD JAMES MANFREDI-Disltributive Education: Special
Shop: Wood Shop: Jewelry Shop
LEO I. MANTIA-Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Drivers Train-
ing Clubg Chess Club, Band 53 Woodcarving Clubg Track '56g
CHARLEE WOLK MARCUS-Prom Committeeg Homeroom Vice
President 12Bg F.T.A., Presidentg Corresponding Secretary of West-
ern Convention Dis-trictg Red Cross Councilg M.M.M.g Senior Stu-
dent Council Representativeg Student Council Social Committee:
French Clubg Senior Discussion Club, Yolley Ball '55g Softball '553
Gregg Typing Awardg 4th Period Hall Patrol, Civic Club Test:
Delegate to F.T.A. State Convention, 1956-57, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
ALEX MARGITA - Homeroom President 12B, Student Council
Representativeg Band 43 jewelry Shop
MANUEL H. MARGOLIS - Projection Clubg Drivers T'raining
Club, Intramural Basketball, Swimmingg Advanced Special Shop
JUDY BELLE MARKOWITZ - Homeroom Secretary, 9th, 10th
Grades, Vice President llth Grade, Student Council Representative:
Spanish Club, Book Clubg Red Cross Council: Advanced Clothing
ROBERT MARKS-Hall Patrolg Math Clubg Band 4: Track '56
ELTZABETH HELEN MATHEW-4th Period Hall Patrolg Drivers
Training Clubg Gregg Typing Awardg Today's Business Girls
DEANNA MAURER-Square Dance Club, Rhythmic Swim, Bas-
ketball, Softballg Volley Bally Hocke
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CLARINE MAYE-Future Nurses of America, Treasurerg F.T.A.g
Chorus 35 Basketballg Volley Ballg Hockey: Softball '55g Athletic
JOSEPH McCAULEY-Usher Staff, Intramural Basketballg En-
tered from Gladstone in 10B
PATRICIA McCOY-Service Club, Today's Business Girlsg Hockey
'54, '55g Volley Ball '53-'55g Basketball '53-'55g Gregg Shorthand and
MARY LOU MCDERMOTT-Homeroom President, llth Grade:
Student Council Representative: Fashion Showg Hockey Champion-
ship '56g Hockey '55: Basketball, Volley Ball, Softball '53-'56g Basket-
ball Championship '57
HARRY McFARLANDvSpecial Shopg Entered from Gladstone
in 10th Grade
BARBARA JOAN McINTYRE - Advanced Clothing, Basketball
'53-'57g Softball '54-'57g Soccer Championship '54g Volley Ball '57g
Simplicity Fashion Show
ALLEN MCKINNEY-Bookroom Clerk, Band 33 Distributive Edu-
TIMOTHY G. MCTIGUE-Prom Committeeg Student Council So-
cial Committeeg Lifesavingg Square Dance Club: Drivers 'Training
Clubg Track '56-'57g Cross Country '56g Intramural Basketball '53-'56g
Volley Ball '54
GERALDINE MENDISH-H-Jmeroom President l0Ag Secretary
llth Gradeg Today's Business Girlsg Hall Patrolg Office Assistantg
Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
RICHARD ALAN MEYER - Foreword Representativeg Library
Staffg Student Council Alternateg Radio Club, President: Physics
Club: Drivers Training Clubg Orchestra 59 All-City Orchestrag
Pittsburgh Symphony Junior
i ELAINE F. MICHLIN
mittee: Cafeteria Staff
ish Clubg Junior and
Clubg Civic Club Test
-Homeroom Secretary, 12th Gradeg Student
Student Council Publicity Com-
F.T.A.g Future Nurses of America: Span-
Senior Leaders, College Club: Hockey:
Mushball '55, '563 Basketball, Volley Ball '54g Athletic Letterg Gregg
Typing Award: National Merit Scholarship Testg Drivers Training
MARY ANN MIHALYO-Distributive Education
JAMES K. MILLER - Foreword Representative, Hall P21t1'0l3
Physics Clubg Entered from Gladstone in 10B
PATRICIA JEANNE MILLER-Publicity Committee: Homeroom
President 9A. l0Bg Student Council Representative: Drivers Train-
ing Clubg Red Cross Councilg Chorus 53 All-City Chorus: En-
sembleg Journal Staff, Artg Advanced Art: Soccer '53: Volley Ball
'54, '55g Hockey, Basketball '55g Scholastic Gold Keyg Athletic
Awardsg Junior Lifesaving
VELMA L. MILLER-Foreword Representative: Bookroom Clerk:
Y-Teensg Square Dance Club: Today's Business Girlsg Advanced
Iewelryg Hockey: Hockey Award '55g Basketball '57
SOPHIA MOISEENKO-Homeroom Treasurer l1A, 12th Gradeg
Bookroom Clerkg Hockey: Volley Ballg Softball
MARY T. MOLNAR-4th Period Hall Patrolg Gregg Typing and
Shorthand Awardsg Service Club: T'oday's Business Girlsg Drivers
LOIS SONDRA MONSEIN - 4th Period Hall Patrol: Library
Staff: Today's Business Girlsg Softball '56g Gregg Shorthand Award
ELENE MORETSKY-Library Representative: Foreword Staff:
English 105 Orchestra 55 Gregg Typing Award: All-City Orchestrag
National Merit Scholarship Test
LINDA BETTE MOSKOVITZ - Library Representativeg Junior
Glee Club, Presidentg Bock Club: Orchestra 53 All-City
Orchestrag Dramatic Englishg Homeroom Social Chairman: Cafe-
CAROLYN L. MULLICA-Publicity Committeeg Y-Teens. Secre-
tary, Treasurerg Hall Patrolg F.T.A.g Drivers Training Club:
Chorus 45 Hcfckeyg Volley Ballg Softballg Gregg Typing Award:
Fashion Showg Majorettesg Student Council Hospitality, Publicity
Committeesg Vogue Fashion Show: Usher Staff
PATRICIA ANN MURPHY-Square Dance Club: Projection Club:
Chorus 53 Volley Ball '55: Softball '55g Hockey '56
GEORGE MYERS-Entered in 12B from Shady Side Academy
Chorus 53 Choraleg Intramurals '543 American Legion Award
CAROL RUTH NATHAN-Social Committeeg Homeroom Secre-
tary, 12th Gradeg Foreword Representative: F.T'.A., Secretaryg
Entre Nousg Senior Discussion Club: Junior Leaders: Student
Council Social, Maintenance Committeesg Athletic Award: Gregg
Typing Awardg D.A.R. Awardg N-ational Merit Scholarship Test:
Civic Club Testg Delegate to F.T.A. State Convention 1957, East
Stroudsburg, Pa.g Fashion Show
RICHARD NEFT-Homeroom Secretary, 10th Gradeg Green Key,
Secretaryg Key Clubg 4th Period Hall Patrolg F.T.A.g Band 4:
Track '54, '55
MAURICE NERNBERG-Chess Club
THOMAS HARRY NEWHAMS-Homeroom Vice President 9B'
Radio Club Treasurerg Chess Clubg Drivers Training Clubg Square
Dance Clubg Band S3 English 9. 103 Student Council Alternate
MARGARET ROSE NADZAM-Gift Committeeg Homeroom Sec-
retary, 12th Gradeg Service Club: Foreword Representative'
LYNNE NICHOLSON-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9th Grade: Secretary 10th Grade: Vice President llth Grade:
President l2th Grade: F.T.A.: junior Lifesaving: Cafeteria Staff:
Student Council Maintenance Committee: Chorus 5: Choir Librarian:
Ensemble: English 10: College Club: 4th Period Hall Patrol?
Dramatic English: National Merit Scholarship Test: Volley Ball,
Softball, Basketball '54
ELLEN NOLAN-United Nations Club: Spanish Club: Drivers
Training Club: Chorus 3: Volley Ball '55
PATRICIA G. NOLL - Homeroom President 1lB: Vice President
llA: Service Club: Today's Business Girls: Softball '54: Advanced
Clothing: Gregg Typing Award
FELICE MYRA OBERMAN-Foreword Representative: M.M.M.:
4th Period Hall Pa-trol: Red Cross Council: Spanish Club: English
9, 10: Library Representative: College Club
JAMES O'BRIEN-Physics Club: Entered from Gladstone in 10th
EDWARD O'HANLON-Conditioning Club: Football '53-'55: Foot-
RUTH A. OLSON Proiection Club Secretary: Entered from Bald- 1
win High School in 12th Grade
DUANE PACKARD-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 12th Grade:
Library Staff: Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Life Saving:
Intramural Basketball '54-'56: Swimming Team '56: Junior Town
Meeting of the Air
HARRY PHILLIP PALKOVITZ-Class Day Committee: Home-
room President, 9th Grade: Physics Club President: U.N. Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Orchestra 5: Dance Band: S.A.R. Award:
Basketball Manager '54-'56: Qual Class: Debate Club: American
Chemical Society Test: Placed in National Merit Scholarship Test:
Civic Club Test
THOMAS PANCHURA-Homeroom Secretary, llth Grade: Usher
MARY LOUISE PAPPAS H Social Committee Chairman: Home-
1'00m PFCSiCl611t HA, 1213: Vice President l0B: Student Council
Representative: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Social Committee:
F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Square Dance Club: Junior Dra-
matics Club: Orchestra 4: Gregg Shorthand Award: Student Coun-
cil Hospitality Committee Chairman: Dramatic English
ILENE SUE PARISER-F.T.A.: Future Nurses of America: jun-
ior Dramatics Club: Hall Patrol
F. WILLIAM PASTOR-Homeroom Vice President 1lAg Student
Council Program Chairmang 4th Period Hall Patrolg Senior Life-
savingg Intramural Basketball ,565 Conditioning Clubg Volley Ballg
ELIZABETH PEAKE - Advanced Clothingg Advanced Foodsg
Basketball '57g Entered Allderdice in 11B
MARJORIE SUE PENN-Homeroom Secretary 9Ag Vice President
10Bg United Nations Club, Treasurerg F.T.A., Recording Secretaryg
Red Cross Councilg Rhythmic Swimmiingg Hall Patrolg Entre Nousg
Usher Staffg National Merit Scholarship Testg Civic Club Test
MARVIN ANTON PERER-Student Council Representativeg Fore-
word Representativeg Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chiefg Journal
Staffg Hall Patrolg Student Council Problems Committeeg Senior
Discussion Clubp Stamp Clubg Orchestra 33 American Legion Award:
Award from Harvard Club of Western Pennsylvaniag National
Merit Scholarship Test
HELAINE FAYE PERIS-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade: Cafe-
teria Staffg Future Nurses of Americag Red Cross Councilg Junior
Math Clubg Drivers Training Clubg College Clubg Spanish Clubg
Volley Ball '54g Softball '55g Fashion Show
LYNNE F. PERLMAN-Entered from Mount Lebanon in 12B
CAROL ANN PFORDT-Social Committee: Honieroom President
9Bg Treasurer 9Ag Secretary l0Bg Vice President l2Bg Student
Council Hospitality Committee Chairmang Maintenance Committee:
Usher Staff- Califaini Cafeteria Staffg Drivers Training Club:
Y-Teensg Square Dance Club: Volley Ball '54
WILLIAM ROBERT PHILLIPS-Foreword Representativeg Con-
ditioning Clubg Football '54-'56g Tra-ck '551 Football Letters
BERNARD PINSKER 5 Projection Club: Hall Patrolg Drivers
Training Club: Woodcarving Clubg Intramural Swimming: Gregg
IRE.NE PLESZKO-Drivers Training Clubg Gregg Shorthand and
AGNES HELEN.POLYAK-Bookroom Clerkg Junior Lifesaving:
Rhythmic Swlmmingg Vollev Ball '53-'553 Basketball '54g Hockey
54- 565 Advanced Jewelryg Athletic Awardsg Gregg Typing Award
MELVIN HOWARD PORTNOY-Hall Patrolg Band 53 Spanish
Clubg Basketball '55, '56
Mwmi Q l
R ERT . PRICE - Usher Staff: Intramural Basketball '563
WPIAL Tri-Sectional Track Champion '56, Most Valuable Player
Award '55, Entered from McKees Rocks in 12B
RONALD L. PRICE-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade, President
l0Bg Type Clubg Lifesavingg Chorus 5g Choraleg Soloistg Swimming
Team '55-'57, Varsity Lettersg Qualitative Analysis Class
JOHN DAVID PRILLA, JR.
JOYCE PRINGLE - Y-Teens, Drivers Training Clubg Advanced
Clothingg Cafeteria Staffg Hockey '54
GWENDOLYN JEAN PRITCHARD - Advanced Foodsg Volley
Ball, Softball '53, '54, Basketball '54g Gregg Typing Awardg Betty
Crocker Homemaking Contest
THOMAS G. PRITCHARD-Usher Staffg Library Representative:
Electric Shopg Metal Shop
WILLIAM PUZAK-Class Day Committee, Homeroom Vice Presl
dent llBg Conditioning Club: Football '54-'56g Entered from Glad-
stone in 10B
PHYLLIS MARIE RAAB-Homeroom T'reasurer 10Bg Hall Patrol,
Drivers Training Clubg Red Cross Councilg Today's Business Girls?
MARLENE RATKIEWICZ - Hall Patrolg Rhythmic Swimmingg
Advanced Foods, Softball, Hockey '55, '56, Softball Championship
CAROLYN M. RAY-Usher Staffg United Nations Club, Y-Teensg
Drivers Training Clubg Advanced Clothingg Fashion Show
ARTHUR J. REIBER-Social Committee Chairman, Homeroom
Vice President, 9th Gradeg President 10th Gradeg Foreword Repre-
sentativeg Student Council Representative: 4th Period Hall Patrol:
Student Council Social Committee: Woodcarving Clubg College
Club, Senior Discussion Clubg Track, Cross Country '56g Intramural
Basketball '54-'56, Woodshop Foremang Track Letterg Representa-
tive to Western Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils,
Shaler High School
EDWARD JAMES REIS-Homeroom President, 9th Gradeg Vice
President 10th, llBg Book Room Clerkg Physics Club, Advanced
Mechanical Drawing: D.A.R. Award
ROY RESKIN-Prom Committee, Homeroom Secretary-T'reaSurC1',
12th Grade, Phys-ics Club, Treasurer, Usher Staff, Spanish Club,
Dnivers Training Club, College Club, Orchestra 4, Intramural
Basketball, Volley Ball '54
ROBERT S. RIBERICH-Advanced Special Shop, Jewelry Shop!
Electric Shop, Intramural Basketball '54-'57, Entered from Swiss-
helm in 9th Grade
IRWIN RICHMAN-Publicity Committee, Chorus 5, Ensemble:
English 10, Intramural Basketball, Softball, Volley Ball '54-'56,
American Legion Award, Spring Concert Certificate of Merit'
STANLEY E. ROCKMAN-Green Key Club, Woodcarving Club,
Advanced Woodshop Foreman, Student Council Social Committee'
Basketball, Softball, Volley Ball '53-'55
MELSA ANN ROSEN - Library Staff, Library Representative'
F.T.A., English 9, 10, Journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Volley Ball
Softball '53, Athletic Award
S. CHARLES ROSEN-Orchestra 3, Intramural Basketball Cham-
pionship '54, Hall Patrol
SUSAN ROSENBACH - Publicity Committee, Foreword Repre-
sentatvive, Bock Club, Spanish Club, Traffic Survey'
4th Period Hall Patrol, English 10, Advanced Home Economics
MIRIAM ANN ROSENBLATT-Library Representative, Home-
room President, 12th Grade, T'oday's Business Girls, Y-Teens,
Soccer '53, Volley Ball, Hockey '54, Softball '54-'56, Athletic
Awards, Gregg Typing Award
ALAN E. ROSENBLOOM - Chess Club, Camera Club, Stamp
Club, English 9, Entered from Valley Forge Military Academy
NATALIE ROSENFELD-Class Day Committee, Homeroom Presi-
dent, llth Grade, Future Nurses of America, Student Council Repre-
sentative, 4th Period Hall Patrol, Cafeteria Staff, Red Cross
Council, Chorus 5, Athletic Award
SHARNA ROSENTHAL-Chess Club, Secretary, M.M.M., Junior
Dramatics, junior Leaders, Student Council Publicity Committee,
Or-chestra 4, Advanced Art, Cafeteria Staff, Merit Award, Volley
Ball '53, Athletic Award, Gregg Typing Award
JULIA A. ROZGONYI-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade' President
llth Grade, Hall Patrol, Usher Staff, Student Council 'Alternate,
BEVERLY M. RUBIN-Homeroom Secretary, llth Grade: Fore-
word Representative: Library Staff: Red Cross Council:
Student Council Hospitality Committee: Y-Teens: Modern Creative
Dance: Usher Staff: Drivers Training Club: Championship Softball
'54: Volley Ball '53: English 10: Athletic Award: Gregg T'yping
CHARLES L. RUTTENBERG - Homeroom Vice President, 10th
Grade: Secretary 11th Grade: Debate Club, Executive Committee:
Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Debate Team: Orchestra 5:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Latin Quiz: All-City Orchestrag Pitts-
burgh Symphony junior: Civic Club Test: American Chemical So-
ciety Testg National Merit Scholarship Test, Letter of Commendation
ELLEN SABLE-M.M.M.: F.T.A.: Book Club: Spanish Club: Col-
lege Club: 4th Period Hall Patrol: American Legion Award
MYRON B. SALAMON-Homeroom Vice Pr6SiClC11t, 11th Grade:
Projection Club: Senior Discussion Club: Physics Club: journal
Staff: National Merit Scholarship Test, Letter of Commendation:
Qualitative Analysis Class: Civic Club Test: American Chemical
Society Test: School Science Experts Quiz
ROY SAMPLE-Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Advanced Special
Shop: Advanced jewelry: Optimist Award: Entered from Gladstone
JAMES SANDOR-Student Council Alternate: Physics Club: Ad-
vanced Mechanical Drawingg Intramural Basketball
RICHARD W. SARVER-Advanced Special Shop: Electric Shop:
Entered from Swisshelm in 9th Grade
ETTA MARILYN SAVAGE-Prom Committee: Homeroom Secre-
tary, 9th Grade: Junior Red Cross Council, President: Usher Staff:
Junior Dramatics Club: Junior Glee Club: Lifesaving: F.T.A.g Col-
lege Club: Athletic Awards: Student Council Publicity Committee:
Red Cross Training Center, Kiski, 1955: Red Cross Book Collection
SHIRLEY ANN SCAIFE-Student Council Representative: Jewelry
Shop: Volley Ball '54: Softball '56: Distributive Education
JOSEPHINE SCANGA-Hall Patrol: Advanced Cl0fl1iI1g: Entered
from Plum Township in 11B
SANDRA SCHONBERG-Junior Dance Club: Today's Business
Girls: Gregg Typing Awardg Library Typist
HOWARD L. SCHWARTZ-Green Key Club: United Nations Club:
Stamp Club: F.T.A.: Physics Club: College Club: Drivers Training
Club: Band 5: Marching Band: Student Council Safety, Publicity
Committees: Intramural Basketball -
KENNETH SEIGER-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 9th Grade?
Library Staff: Spanish Club: United Nations Club: Metal Shop
Foreman: Electric Shop Foreman: Ham Radio: Physics Club: Intra-
mural Basketball, Volley Ball, Swimming '55
LESTER F. SHAPIRO-Homeroom Vice President 9A: Chess Club.
President: Orchestra 4: Intramural Softball, Basketball
SANFORD STEWART SHAPIRO - Projection Club: Advanced
Print Shop, Foreman: Hall Patrol: Varsity Swimming Manager
'54, '55: Athletic Award
RUTH ANN SI-IEA-Homeroom President 1lA: Senior Leaders:
Today's Business Girls: Basketball, Volley Ball, Hockey '55
E. PEPI SHERMAN-Social Committee: Homeroom Vice President
9B: Student Council Representative: Cafeteria Staff: Student Coun-
cil Social, Hospitality Committees: Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.
Social Committee: Special Dance: Journal Staff: Red Cross Council:
English 9, 10: Science Club: Vollev Ball, Basketball, Softball: Fore-
word Staff, Keyhole Editor
ARLENE SHEROKE - Today's Business 'r e vicejlubg
Volley ' .. dT'GTe or a
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RICHARD SHERRILL-Student Count seutative: Home-
room President, 10th Grade: Student Council Social Committee:
Hall Patrol: Band 4
SARA JANE SHIPLEY-Student Council Representative: Book
AUDREY SHOWERS-Hall Patrol: Softball '55: Entered
Gladstone in 10B
JONI SIDLOW-Publicity Committee Chairman: Homeroom Presi-
9th, llth Grades: 4th Period Hall Patrol: M.M.M.: Chorus 53
Chorale: Ensemble: Student Council Social, Maintenance Com-
mittees: Dramatic English
MARLENE SIEGEL-Foreword Representative: Library Repre-
sentative: Future Nurses of America: junior Dance Club: Modern
Creative Dance: Library Club: Hall Patrol: English 10
RENA YETTA SIEGEL-Social Committee: Journal Staff, Editor-
in-Chief: Homeroom Vice President 1lA: Foreword Representative:
F.T.A., Social Chairman: Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Red
Cross Council: Orchestra 5, Secretary Treasurer: American Legion
Award: Gregg Typing Award: WQED Music Programs: Red Cross
Book Campaign: Foreword Staff. Periodicals Secretary: Red Cross
Training Center, Kiski, 1955: National Merit Scholarship Test:
Civic Club Test
SANDRA LEE SILVERMAN-Spanish Club, Secretary: M.M.M.:
Future Nurses of America: Red Cross Council: Library Staff:
Library Typist: Hall Patrol: Orchestra 5: All-City Orchestra: Music
Merit Award: Gregg Typing Award: Drivers Training Club: College
Club: Absence Bulletin Distribution
JOAN SIMONI-Homeroom Secretary, llth Grade: Drivers Train-
ing Club: Advanced Clothing: .American Legion Award: Today's
LINDA SAREE SKIRBOLL-Homeroom Secretary 9B: 4th Period
Hall Patrol: Cafeteria Staff: Future Nurses of America: Usher
Staff: Softball '53: volley ball 'a4:Athletic Award: Fashion Show
BERT SLUTSKY-Stamp Club: Projection Club: Orchestra 3:
Band 4: Intramural Sports, Captain: Swimming '55: Science Test at
RICHARD SMITH-Entered the United States Air Force in April
THOMAS JAMES SMITH-Hall Patrol: Intramural Basketball '54
SHIRLEY R. SNIDER-M.M.M.: Red Cross Club: Chess Club:
F.N.A.: Drivers Training Club: College Club: Advanced Clothing:
Simplicity Fashion Show: Art School: Merit Award: Gregg Short-
PHYLLIS SOBEL-M.M.M.: Hall Patrol: Drivers Training Club:
Advanced Clothing: Simplicity Fashion Show: Mushhall '54: Soccer
'53: English 10
FRANCES SOLTEZ-Softball '56: Hockey '56: Entered from Glad'
stone in IOB
THEODORE J. SOLTMAN-Student Council Alternate: Key Club:
Chess Club: Senior Discussion Club: Advanced Print Shop: Intra-
mural Basketball '54: English 9: National Merit Scholarship Test:
Buhl Planetarium Latin Festival Test '55: Dramatic English: United
Nations Week Conference
JOAN M. SORG-Homeroom President 9B: Secretary 10B: Trea-
surer l1B: Today's Business Girls: Gregg Typing and Shorthand
Awards: Service Club
RACHEL SPATZ-Homeroom Vice President, 10th Grade: United
Nations Club: Book Club: Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Red Cross Council:
M.M.M.: Cafeteria Staff: 6th Period Hall Patrol: Orchestra 4
PATRICIA SPERNAK - Foreword Representative: Service Club:
Senior Leaders Club: Softball Championship '55: Gregg Shorthand
Award: Entered from Gladstone in 10B
CAROL JOYCE SPIEGEL-Prom Committee: Homeroom Trea-
surer, 9th Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Representative'
Senior Discussion Club: F.T.A.: Chess Club: United Nations Club:
College Club: junior Dramatics Club: Junior Dance: Special Dance'
Volley Ball '53: Dramatic English
JOAN PEARL SPISAK-Homeroom Secretary 9A: Treasurer IOB:
Vice President l0A: Student Council Publicity Committee: Service
Club: Y-Teens: T'oday's Business Girls: Basketball, Softball '54:
Athletic Award: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards: National
Merit Scholarship Test
STANLEY A. STARRETT, JR.-IZA Class Treasurer: Student
Council Social Committee, Co-Chairman: Hall Patrol: Green Key
Club: Square Dance Club: F.T'.A.: Student Council Hospitality
Committee: Special Shop: Football '55: Volley Ball '56: Track:
Cross Country: Athletic Awards: D.A.R. Award
DOROTHY LYNN STEERMAN -- Publicity Committee: Student
Council Representative: Chess Club: F.T.A.: Entre Nous: United
Nations Club: Chorus 5: Chorale, Ensemble: Special and Creative
Dance Accompanist 1
JOYCE STEIGER-Student Council Publicity Committee: Junior
Dramatics Club: Square Dance Club: F.T.A.: Dkrivers Training
Club: Entre Nous: College Club: Lifesaving: Homeroom Treasurer
IZA: Basketball '56: English 10
RICHARD M. STEIN-Prom Committee: Homeroom Treasurer 9A:
Vice President 9B. 10th Grade: President 1lA: Student Council
Representative: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Social Committee:
Chorus 5: English 9, 10: Dramati-c English
DAVID STEINBACH -- Senior Discussion Club: Advanced Me-
chanical Drawing: Cross Country: Basketball: Volley Ball
JUDITH MAY STERN-Foreword Representative: Future Nurses
of America, Secretary: M.M.M.: 4th Period Hall Patrol: Student
Council Representative: F.T.A.: College Club: Red Cross Council:
Drivers Training Club: Chorus 4: Student Council Hospitality Com-
mittee: Traffic Survey
RONALD STEVENS-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Projection
Club: Advanced Art: B'nai B'rith Art Contest: Advanced Special
Shop: Intramural Basketball '55, '56
JIIDITH ELLEN STRAUSS-Homeroom Secretary: Student Coun-
cil Representative: F.T,A.: Book Club: Drivers Training Club:
Red Cross Council: Student Council Social Committee: Cafeteria
Staff: Usher Staff: Chorus 1: Volley Ball '53: Soccer: English 9:
Gregg Typing Award: Certificate of Merit, World Affairs Confer-
ence: Naticnal Merit Scholarship Test: Civic Club Test
JANET STRELLA-Library Staff: Square Dance Club: Volley
Ball ,553 50353119 Gregg Shorthand Award: Distributive Education
RACHEL MARIE SULLVAN4Hon1eroom President l2Bg Library
Representative, T'oday's Business Girls, Y-Teensg Student Council
Publicity C0mmitt6eg Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards, Ath-
MARILYN JOY SUSSMAN-Social Committeeg Homeroom Vice
President, llth, 12th Gradesg Senior Discussion Club, F.T.A. Trea-
surerg Cafeteria Staffg Hall Patrolg Junior Leaders, Advanced
Foodsg Athletic Awardg Softball Championship
CONNIE TAMBURI-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Gradeg Hall
Patrolg Lifesavingg Orchestra 53 String Quartetg Advanced jewelryg
Pittsburgh Symphony junior, Art Scholarship, Carnegie Tech
VERONICA MAGDALENA TAUBER - Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer llAg Library Staff, Senior Discussion Clubg F.T.A.g
Chess Club, ,I-unior Leadersg Junior Danceg English 93 Drivers
Training Club, Athletic Awardg National Merit Scholarship Testg
Civic Club Test
ROSE TRATTNER-Social Committee: Homeroom President, llth
Gradeg Secretary 12th Gradeg Student Council Representativeg Red
Cross Councilg F.T.A.g Senior Discussion Clubg M.M.M,g Cafeteria
Staff: Journal Staffg Foreword Staff, Entre Nousg Student Council
Publicity Committee: English 105 American Legion Awardg Gregg
Typing Award, National Merit Scholarship Testg Civic Club Test
MURRAY ALLEN TUCKER - Homeroom Vice PY6SlClCHt, 9th
Grade, Foreword Staffg Camera Club, Senior Discussion Clubg
Physics Clubg Debate Tcamg Drivers Training Clubg United Na-
tions Clubg Orchestra 53 Horn Quartetg D.A,R. Award: S.A.R.
Honor Guardg Qualitative Analysis Class, junior Town Meeting of
the Airg Basketball Manager '54-'56g English 103 National Merit
Scholarship Testg Civic Club Test
LESLIE TURK-Electric Shopg Special Shop: English 10
JOSEPH W. VAVRO-Entered from Connelley Vocational High
School in llB
FERNE VINOCUR - Homeroom President, 9th Gradeg Social
Chairman IOBQ F.T.A.g Drivers Training Club, Gregg Typing
Awardg Special Dan-ce
GLORIA VIVIAN-Today's Business Girls, Vice President? Serv-
ice Clubg Volley Ball '54g Softball, Soecerg American Legion Award.
Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
ALEX WAHAL - Intramural Basketball '53-'56g Entered from
Greenfield in 9B
DONALD A. WAIDA-Track '56g Intramural Basketball '52g Ad-
vanced Mechanical Drawing
MARY KAY WEAVER-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Senior
Leaders: Drivers Training Club: Today's Business Girls: Champion-
ship Hockey '55: Athletic Awards: Gregg Typing and Shorthand
JUDY WEINSTEIN-Library Representative: Library Staff: Or-
chestra 5: Distributive Education
CONNIE WEISBERG-Prom Committee: 4th Period Hall Patrol:
M.M.M., President: Library Staff: Red Cross Council: F.'l'.A. Plan-
ning Committee: Student Council Social Committee: English 9, 10'
Entered from Miami Beach in 10B
EDGAR JAY WEISS-Senior Class President: Key Club. Secretary:
Student Council Representative: Senior Discussion Club, Vice
Moderator: Advanced Mechanical Drawing: Track '56: Junior Var-
sity Basketball: Intramural Basketball
GERTRUDE WEISS-Homeroom President, 10th Grade: Secretary
9A: Spanish Club: Junior Dance: Junior Leaders: Chorus 4: Cafe-
SALLY WEISS-Senior Leaders Club: Advanced Clothing: Cafe-
teria Staff: Student Council Hospitality Committee: Basketball '532
Gregg Typing Award: Simplicity Fashion Show
STANLEY WEISS-Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Projection
Club: Chess Club: Conditioning Club: Usher Staff: Band 5: Ad-
vanced VVcod Shop: Advanced Electric Shop: Special Shop Fore-
man: Intramural Basketball '53-'56: Volley Ball '53-'56: Softball
TEMA WEISS-Publicity Committee: Homeroom Vice President
11B: Leaders Club: Red Cross Council: Cafeteria Staff: Library
Representative: Advanced Clothing: Basketball: Soccer: Volley
Ball: Future Nurses of America
JO ANN WEITZEL
RICHARD WIESNER-Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Band 5: All-
DAVID WILKES-Senior Discussion Club: Entered from VVood-
row Vtlilscn, Camden, New Jersey in llB
M. SUSAN W.ILIfIAMS-Class Day Committee: Chorus 4: Volley
Ball '56: Hospitality, Maintenance. and Social Committees: Basket-
ball '57: All-City Chorus: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
JEAN MARIE WILSON-Today's Business Girls, Advanced Cloth-
ing, Soccer, Mushball, Basketball '53, Hall Patrol, Sewing Service
ERWIN WOLOVITZ-Homeroom President 9B, Chorus 5, Track
'54, Metal Shop
LESLIE HOWARD WRIGHT-Projection Club, Drivers Training
Club, Intramural Basketball '53-'56, American Legion Award, Junior
Varsity Basketball, Senior Discussion Club, Student Council Alter-
DORIS MAE YOUNG-Foreword Representative, Student Council
Alternate, Junior Leaders, Vice President, Student Council Hospi-
tality Committee, Cafeteria Staff, 4th Period Hall Patrol, Senior
Discussion Club, Mushball, Soccer, Basketball, Volley Ball '53,
Advanced Clothing, Athletic Awards, Gregg Shorthand and Typing
Awards, Fashion Show
SANDRA LEE YOUNG--Homeroom President, 10th Grade, Jun-
ior Leaders, President, Red Cross Council, Student Council Pub-
licity Committee, Senior Discussion Club, F.T.A., journal, Fore-
word Staffs, Debate Club, Hockey '54, Volley Ball '55, Mushball
'56, Basketball '54, English 9, Creative Dance, American Legion
Award, Athletic Letter, KDKA Election Program, Fashion Show,
National Merit Scholarship Test, Civic Club Test
ELEANOR LINDA ZAHM-Distributive Education
ARNOLD ZASLOVE - Green Key Club, Student Council Social
Committee, Entered from Buchtel High School, Akron, Ohio, in 12B
SHEILA ZELKOWITZ-Prom Committee, Co-Chairman, Student
Council, Vice President, Junior Town Meeting of the Air, U.N.
Club, junior Dramatic Club, F.T..-X., Senior Discussion Club?
Junior Leaders, Athletic Awards, Spelling Bee, VVQED Voting
Program, National Merit Scholarship Test, Student Council Social
Committee, 4th Period Hall Patrol, Dramatic English, Class Play
ANDREW A. ZILKA - Homeroom President 9B, Dance Band:
Orchestra 4, Basketball '55-'57, Intramural Basketball, Basketball
Letter, TV Program
MARY JO LORESCHfSenior Leaders, 4th Period Hall Patrol:
Cafeteria Staff, Rhythmic Swim, Y-Teens, Red Cross Council,
Drivers Training Club, junior Dramatics Club, Hockey '55, Basket-
ball '54, '55? V0llGy Ball '56, Softball '56, Sports Letter, Gregg
PETER MICHAEL FALCE-Advanced Print Shop, Football '54,
'56, Track '55
BEATRICE SIMANOVICH-Distributive Education student from
LUCILLE SZOLIS-Distributive Education student from Peabody
DALE GOLDSTEIN-Entered Allderdice in March
PHILLIP BRONNER-Senior Discussion, Debate Team, Physics
Club, Swimming '55
HAROLD EDWARD SEGAL-Chorus 5, Football '56, Intramural
Basketball '55, Entered from Schenley in IOB
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Can you identify the following seniors by their well-known nicknames?
Below are listed the names by which they are known. Before you check with
the answers at the bottom of the page see how many you can identify.
1. The Higginses
1. jerry Johnson, joe Brenner, janet Coheng 2. Art Reiberg 3. Arnie Kaplang
4. Dian Berryg 5. Bob Fleischmang 6. Ellen Franzosg 7. Ferne Vinocurg S. Bob
Lindnerg 9. Bob Fulkusg 10. John Lucerog 11. Mary Ann DeWatersg 12. Mary
Louise Pappasg 13. Ellen Kaufmang 14 Alan Garfinkelg 15. Charlee Marcusg
16. Lorraine Kramerg 17. joan Sidlowg 18. Harold Glickg 19. Irwin Wolovitzl
20. Philip Baskindg 21. Ferne Littg 22. Bill Phillipsg 23. Eddie O'Hanlong 24.
Blair jacobsong 25. Conrad Pesyna: 26. Dave Burstong 27. Harold Siegal:
28. Murray Davidsong 29. Rochelle Caplang 30. Ellen Israel
Mary Ann DeVVaters
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Brains of ....,....,..................... Bob Frank .......... .......
Leadership ability of ......... Ed Weiss ,.................. ........
Athletic ability of .......,....... Tutti Davidson ....,.... ......
Personality of ..................,... .loe Brenner ............ .......
Common sense of ................ Myron Salamon ....,... .......
Talent of ,.,..,........... ........ B ob Felton .,....,....., ........
Good looks of .....,. ........ R onnie Price .............. ....,..
Smile of .............. ........ 1 van Hartzberg .......,. ......
Physique of ,....... ....... T ex Lucero ......,..... ........
Hair of ............. ....... X Wayne Claeren.
Eyes of ......... .,...... D ave Graf ............................
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Greek and Roman M ths of 120
First Row-Phyllis Gogniat, Suzanne Adelman, Dolores Hahalyak, Sue KohlhePP, Alex
Margita Sophia Moiseenko, Margaret Nadzam, janet Ferchak, Thomas Holtzman
Second Rovi-Carol Kirkpatrick, Mary Lou McDermott, Mary Lordeon, Patricia Noll,
Betty Bronowicz, Susan Williams, Faye Epstein, Joan Burdman, Carol Hudak, Patricia
Dulak, Dorothy Bose
Third Row-Lawrence Carra, Richard Weisner, Joseph Kaiser, Robert Felton, William
Kish, William Puzak, james Hayes, Frank DiLucia, Paul Garland, john Barnishin,
Teacher ,4,,, ,.,.,. .,rr. .....t h I r . Robert Irvin
President .,,.. ., .. ...... Mary Lou McDermott
Vice President .... ...r..,. .,...... , i Mex Margita
Secretary., ., .....r..,.i.....,.......,..,..... .i..... ,..., 5 I ohn Barnishin
Treasurer .,.....,....,. ..,,,...,...r,,....,..,....., ...,.... S c wphia Moiseenko
Student Council Representative r.....r ............. S ue Kohlhepp
Student Council Alternate .,,...,,. ,......,........ Robert Felton
Foreword Representative ......,..... ..4...... B fargaret Nadzam
Even though the characters, both human and divine, of the ancient myths
may be forgotten, their special qualities live on in Home Room 120, which has be-
come Mount Olympus with Mr. Robert YV. Irvin as the god Zeus.
The gods and goddesses of the ancient Greeks and Romans can be recreated
in home room 120.
Mr. Robert W. Irfzfin, the great god Zeus, rules all gods and goddesses in this
The goddess Athene, a wise woman, skilled in the domestic crafts, and very
athletic, is represented by 5113071110 ffdflllltlll.
Prometheus, the wise god endowed with the blessing of foresight, becomes
Joan Bllfdlllflll and Faye Efvsfvin vie for the title of Pandora, goddess who
gave the world hope.
Ltlf'Zt'1'f'1lC!7 Carrol is one of the Penates. who guard the house and help the
mortals in every situation.
The goddess Daphne with her beauty and small, dainty features is mirrored
by both Patricia Dnlak and Janet Ferchak.
Of course mischievous Mercury is present in the form of Frank DiLucia.
Apollo, god of wisdom, music, and athletics, is easily found in Robert Felton.
Ellen NoIan's amazing dexterity fits in with that of Arachne who dared to
contend with the gods.
The goddess who teaches the art of home-making, Minerva, is portrayed by
The characteristics of Philomela, the goddess of all that is right, who mourns
the wrong done to others, are found in both Dolores Hahalyak and Margaret
If Zeus were to choose one with whom to amuse himself, Thomas Holtzman,
a small fellow full of gentle wise cracks, would certainly be his choice.
Of course the dark-haired Muses, goddesses of the arts, have a representative
in Carol Hndak.
Joe Kaiser could substitute for the god Pluto, because he spirits away the girls.
Carol Kirkpatrick becomes Proserpine, the goddess who, with her songs and
laughter, brings spring everywhere she goes.
Orpheus, a musician who 'has the power to make people listening to him forget
their troubles, is our own William Kish.
The quick, athletic goddess, Diana, is represented by Sue Kohlheppf
Alcestis, a woman skilled in her art of home-making and liked by everyone,
is pictured by Mary Catherine Lordeon.
A quiet woman, well versed in the modern study of Home Economics, Mary
Lon McDermott becomes her ancient counterpart, Procris.
The guardian of the world, Argus, a god with a hundred eyes could be re-
placed 'by Alex M argita.
Both Sophia Moiseenleo and Patricia Noll compete for the title of Iris, a
goddess who brightens the very room she enters.
Thomas Pritchard fits very nicely the position of jupiter, a fighter against all
Hercules, in all his strength and wisdom, is represented by lfVilliam Pueak.
Phaeton, a blond young man, son of a god and filled with energy. is easily
portrayed by Richard W iesner.
Of course no court could be complete without the loveliness and beauty of
Venus supplied now by Susan W illiams.
Because he enjoys working with metals, John Korch could assume the posi-
tion of Vulcan.
Dorothy Bose, like Phoebe, carries joy and light with her.
Katherine Fera becomes Calliope whom all of the gods and goddesses like
Even though the gods themselves are gone, their virtues and attributes are
still carried on in many ways in many people.
Miss Beryl Zeigler
Mary Louise Kovacs
"Thou ever my guide, philosopher and friend."
"Words of truth and sobernessf'
Good sense, which only is the gift of heaven."
VVisdom is better than rubiesf'
Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers."
Virtue is bold, and goodness never fearful."
Wise to resolve and patient to performf'
An honest business never blush to tell."
To be wise and love exceeds man's might."
Oh, give us the man who sings at his work."
A merry heart goes all the day."
A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make
beauty attractive, knowledge delightful and wit good-
A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
He possesses to a remarkable degree the characteristic,
God-given trait of . . . sound common sense."
It is good to be merry and wise."
W'ho makes quick use of the moment is a genius of
Few things are impossible to diligence and skill."
She smiled and the shadows departed."
Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
"An honest man's the noblest work of God."
He wishes not to seem, but to be, the bestf'
Success treads on the heels of every right effort."
A sound man in a sound body."
Duty before pleasuref'
The force of his own merit makes his way."
"The spirits of just men made perfect."
"I came, I saw, I conquered."
"The mildest manners with the bravest mind."
For knowledge itself is power."
Thou are the manf,
Charm is the measure of attractions power."
I established law and justice in the land."
She moves a goddess, and she looks a queen."
"Continual cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom."
"High erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy."
'Tis perseverance that prevails."
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Teacher ,.... ........ .,.... N I iss Beryl -I. Zeigler
President .,.......,.,...... ,.,,...,.,,. l van l-lartzherg
Vice President ..,..........,.,.......,...,.... .,.A... H arvey Goldvarg
Secretary-rl'reasurer ....,.,.......,.......... ..,.........,. I Qoy Reskin
Student Council Representative ....,... ,...... h liriam Fischnian
Student Council Alternate 4.,.......... ..,...., ' Xlvin Goldstone
Foreword Representative ....,., ...r... l ierne Vinocur
First Row-Lorraine Kramer, Alvin Goldstone, Richard Stein, Miriam Fischman, Ivan
Hartzberg, Harvey Goldvarg, Roy Reskin, Connie Tamburi, Doris Young, Arthur Reiber
Second Row-Elene Moretsky, Elizabeth Matthews, Vera Tauber, Ferne Vinocur, Ilene
Pariser, Carole Bvers, Laura Barrett, Marilyn Maier, Mary Lou Kovacs, Clarine Maye,
Marlene Siegel, Elva Fleming, Ellen Franzos, Elaine Glick, Nancy Hartmann
Third Row-Marvin Perer, George Myers, Harold Segal, Robert Price, Arthur Lenart
Conrad Pesyna, Edward O'Hanlon, Thomas Panchura, Richard Neft, Robert Marks:
Now that we are seniors we can look hack to our younger days as 7B's and
contrast them with our actions as l2A's.
7B-XVe were thrilled to death when a hig senior said hello to us.
12A-Wie Condescend to thrill some little 715.
7B-XVe charged down the halls to get to or from classes.
12A--XVe, as hall patrols, try to stop the onrushing moh.
7B-XVe vainly tried to sneak up the cafeteria line.
12A-lVe wave hello to our friends on the cafeteria staff and proceed past the
713-XVe jeered at the actors in the class play.
IZA-XVe stand there and wonder who is going to get hit with a penny.
Broadwa Hits of Room 302
Teacher .........,.... ....... M iss Olive Bowlin
President ......A,,...... ...... M urray Davidson
Vice President ....... 4..,., S tewart Barmen
Secretary ..,.........,.... ...4.,.........,.....,. ....... E l aine Franklin
Treasurer ......,.........,.,r..r.,............,...,... ....,.,. P hilip Baskind
Student Council Representative ,..,...,. ........,, R onald Klimo
Student Council Alternate .......,........ ..4.,.. R ochelle Caplan
Foreword Representative ............................,..............,....,... Elinor Grossman
First Row-Joan Knox, Patricia Duguid, Ellen Israel
Second Row-Ronna Friedman, Adrianne Gordon, Elinor Grossman, Ronald Klimo, Lois
Diamond, Rochelle Caplan, Stewart Barmen, Philip Baskind, Dorothy Bland, Joan
Third Row-Susan Rosenbach, Elaine Franklin, Linda Moskovitz, Marcia Kahn, Judy
Markowitz, Monna Freed, Barbara Bitler, Faye Browarsky, Rachel Spatz, Toby Lurie,
Evelyn Azen, Gertrude Weiss, Judy Brauman
Fourth Row-Carl Glass, Howard Schwartz, Murray Tucker, Murray Davidson, Raymond
Balukin, Harry Palkovitz, Charles Rosen, Arnold Gefsky
Mfitlzozft You, MISS BOXVLIN, our class could never have been so wonderful
Hf0nIdn"t It H0 Lozfcrly if HARRY PALKOVITZ became a world renowned
With A Little Bit Of Luck TOBY LURIE will establish a reputation at both
Syracuse University and after graduation.
There Once Was A M an named HOWARD SCHWARTZ whose ambition was
to become a chemist.
Inst Yon Wait until MURRAY DAVIDSON becomes the first jet pilot to make
a trip to the moon.
LOIS DIAMOND is always seen Racing With The Clock to get all of her work
done in the very best way.
Think Of The Tinie I Saw says MONNA FREED as she becomes the Shorthand
Champion of the United States in 1975.
CARL GLASS will spend Six Months Out Of Every Year keeping watch over
the trees in the Canadian Rockies.
Getting To Know Y on is RAYMOND FRANK'S greeting to everyone he meets.
Because of his pleasing personality, STEWART BARMEN is well named The
Most Happy Fella.
RONALD K-LIMO is always Happy To Make Your Acquaintance.
There Is Nothing Like A Dame-especially one like JUDY MARKOWITZ.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? asks PHILIP BASKIND as he cruises around
in his powerful Cadillac.
PAT DUGUID, t-he Little One, should be an excellent airline stewardess someday.
ELLEN ISRAEL, Y on'll Never Walk Alone as long as your friends are as nu-
merous as they are now.
Because of her ambition to attend an airline school in New York, FAYE BRO-
WARSKY will someday say, N ew Y ork's My Home.
ARNOLD GEFSKY and his beautiful new Chevrolet are always seen Racing
With The Moon.
Oh, Happy Day, MARCIA KAI-IN will say when the Pittsburgh Pirates win the
Why can't RALPH HARRIS Get To The Church On Time?
Don't be surprised if someday DOROTHY BLAND wins a dancing marathon
because of her motto: I Could H ave Danced All Night.
Is It A Crime to be able to roller skate, horseback ride, and play baseball as well
as JOAN KNOX?
Brush Up Your Shakespeare, LINDA MOSKOVITZ, and someday you'll be-
come an English Literature professor.
Rich, Young, and Pretty is MARGERY FREEDMAN.
Lct's Make Believe that SUSAN ROSENBACH is teaching advanced clothing
in Room 302.
'Til Good Luck Comes My Way, says MURRAY TUCKER, I shall continue
to collect coins.
BARBARA BITLER, Stay On The Right Side, Sister, and you will become a
We're Thinkin', ELAINE FRANKLIN, of the time when you will be assigning
senior themes to our children.
The Girl Who Had Everything is ROCHELLE CAPLAN, for her A's were
I 'm Learnin' My Latin related JUDY BRAUMAN as she struggled through Virgil.
GERTRUDE WEISS certainly arrives Just In Time to get things moving.
It All Depends On Y ou, RAYMOND BALUKIN, but certainly you'1l become a
world famous mechanical engineer.
RACHEL SPATZ willvsomeday be The Law and The Lady teaching Spanish at
the University of Pittsburgh.
Some say A Man Doesn'f Know, but we know that CHARLES ROSEN wants
to be an accountant
Those Were The Good Old Days, ADRIANNE GORDON, w-hen you spent the
summer months at Forbes Field and the winter months at Allderdice.
After causing much confusion at Tayl-or Allderdice, JOAN and RONNA FRIED-
MAN, the Sisters of 302 will continue this confusion wherever they go.
The man who wins ELINOR GROSSMAN as his Lifelv Companion will be very
EVELYN AZEN, with her Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes, is sure to succeed
in all she attempts.
The Most Happy Fella ,.,....4.,....,.....r....r....,...,.......,.....,........... an Allderdice graduate
My Fair Lady .4...,...,...,..4.................. .........,..,.,......,...,.... p rom date
Long Day's Journey into Night .l..,,. .,.,.....,.,..............,...... S enior theme research
Separate Tables .r,.,.,... ..,.........,......... .......,....,,..r.r..,.,,......,.......,.. C a feteria procedure
The Happiest Millionaire .....,., .,....,........ s uccessful man at the 25th year reunion
Happy Hunting ....,.. ..,.... ,r..,,, ....i...,..... s earching for a friend at the flag pole
Bells Are Ringing ....... ,...., , ,,4...... r ushing to class from the wall after 4th period
Li'l Abner ...,..,......,...,. ......,...4......,.....,...,... ,,...,..... S e nior Sadie Hawkins Day
"Parking lot for students"-The Student Council has finally alloted 31,000,000
for the construction of a push button lot for foreign cars only.
"New Location"-The school is being transported down to Miami Beach for
the long winter season.
"Swimming Pools"-Three swimming pools will be added to comply with the
newly shortened school schedule of three days.
"Correct Timen-This will be an added attraction to aid the students for the
first time. QThis is also the first time such a huge task has been attemptedj.
"Eat and Park"-To be installed for the convenience of both the faculty and
"An Increase In Pay"-Most important, for the beloved teachers, their pay
will be increased to 310,000 per year, tax free.
"School Dances"-100W support of all school functions by the student body.
F rom the above article, anyone with a keen imagination will be able to forsee
all these changes and many more. When they do come into effect, please contact
the Allderdice Sanitarium for deranged students, and ask for Joan of Arc.
5 ers Eg
Mother Goose in the
Kingdom o Allderdice
Teacher .....,........,......,.....,,.,.....,..........,.. ............... M iss Margaret L. Winch
President ......4.4..,....., ........,.........., L eahtrice Levine
Vice President .... .... ................ H 0 ward Fairman
Secretary .......,,..r....,................,..... ,.,..... C arolyn Mullica
Treasurer ...,..,..,.,...........,.......,.,........ ,.,.......... J oyce Steiger
Student Council Representative ...,..i ......... R obert Fleishman
Student Council Alternate 4...,..,...,. ...,.r...... R ose Trattner
Foreword Representative ,,,....,.,...,....,...r......,......,...............,4,. Barbara Jacobs
One day Humphrey the Dragon invited Mother Goose to visit the Kingdom
of Allderdice and to substitute for Miss Winch in Room 304. Bidding farewell
to her family, Mother Goose mounted her gander and soared through the air,
arriving at Allderdice just in time for the 8:45 bell.
As she entered the classroom, Mother Goose saw LEAHTRICE LEVINE
conducting opening exercises, just as sh-e herself reigns over her subjects in
the land of Make Believe.
Just the opposit-e of Mary, Mary Quite Contrary, CORA HAYES smiled
brightly and tried to be as helpful as possible.
In Little Jack H0rner's place in the corner, DAVID WILKES was spied
poring over his math. .
Like King Midas, JOYCE STEIGER, the treasurer was counting all the
gold belonging to the class.
Bending over BARBARA FOX'S shoulder, Mother Goose saw Barbara
composing a tale for Creative Writing classg it was as fanciful as the ones
Pinocchio told his poor old father.
Seeing JILL FREEDMAN for the first time, the wise old goose thought
that Goldilocks had followed her to Allderdice.
ROBERT FLEISHMAN, a duplicate Georgie Porgie, joked with all the
girls around him. -
Spotting the trumpet on ROBERT LINDNER'S desk,Mother Goose felt
homesick for Little Bov Blue who could blow a "coo1,' horn.
In the manner of the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe and had so many
children she didn't know what to do, SYLVIA LEVINSO-N had so many activi-
ties she couldn't decide which one to go to first.
JOAN SIDLOW, the class Cinderella, thought dreamily of all the Prince
Charmings she would meet at Hood College.
Other students in the class followed BERNARD PINSKER, the Pied Piper
of 304, anxiously pleading to hear his famous jazz collection.
JOSEPH LASLO, instead of playing tunes on a horn like Tom, Tom, the
Piper's Son, listens to popular music on his record machineg no need for him to
follow the Pied Piper.
Mother Goose passed the desk of THEODORE SOLTMAN, the Wizard
of OZ, helping STUART FELDMAN, who like the White Rabbit, was lost in a
maze of math problems.
Suddenly there arose such a clatter that like Little Miss Muffet, ROBERTA
KLEIN, jumped up with a cry from her shorthand to see what was the matter.
Lo and behold, it was the Knave of Hearts, JOSEPH McCAULEY, who had
dropped the tarts made by DEANNA MAURER, the baker of 304.
Ding, dong, dell rang the 9 o'clock bell. Up jumped EWALD DITTNER,
as nimble as Jack, and ran to the basketball court, so that he could participate
in his favorite sport.
Lost in the labyrinth of Allderdice halls, ETTA SAVAGE wandered aim-
lessly like Alice in Wonderland, in search of her favorite history class which
was hiding in the cafeteria.
JOAN GAVEL, no Little Red Riding Hood lost in the woods, headed for
the choir room to ask Mrs. Lowe the shortest way to stardom as a singer.
"Time passes quickly in Dragon Land," thought Mother Goose to herself.
"What! It's lunch hour!" she exclaimed. Suddenly, she spied BERTRAM
SLUTSKY ascending the staircase as quickly as Jack had climbed the Bean Stalk.
In the cafeteria, like Old Mother Hubbard, SHARNA ROSENTHAL went
to the cupboard for a tray and brushg when she got there, the cupboard was bare
and she was trapped by the mad rush Cof hungry studentsl.
MELVIN PORTNOY, a merry old soul like Old King Cole, announced that
accounting was his aim, and Pitt was his goal. Ding, dong, dell rang the 12:50
As Mother Goose walked out of the cafeteria, she almost collided with
CAROLYN MULLICA, who reminded her of the Pieman from Simple Simon,
coming from the home economics class with a tray of Hot Cross Buns.
Mother Goose decided to get a breath of fresh air. Outside of the school
building, she was sur-prised to see FERZELLE HICKS, just like Humpty
Dumpty, sitting on the wall.
Mother Goose returned to her class, and it seemed to her that she had just
settled down at 'her desk when fifth period ended and activity period began.
Just as Wee Willie Winkie told everyone the time, JERRY JOHNSON told
everyone the dates of coming senior class affairs, in his capacity of Student
Council publicity chairman.
Mother Goose was pleased to see that each member of the class soon was
as busy as a bee. Watching the rapid progress on the senior mural that BAR-
BARA JACOBS was helping to create, Mother Goose assured her that rather
than running to see a fine lady on a white horse at Banbury Cross, everyone
would come to see 304's senior project.
Although ROBERT RIBERICH appeared to be doing his nightwork, he
was really dreaming of his days, when like the Duke of York, he would lead
10,000 men in the Air Force.
Her glance fell on ROSE TRATTNER, who contrary to Sleeping Beauty,
sat wide awake contemplating her future college days and studies in psychology.
Mother Goose looked around the room, and when she saw WILLIAM
FREEMAN she knew that as an architect he would build better houses than
the House That jack Built.
.JOSEPH VAVRO, another Bobby Shafto, read about the sea, eagerly
anticipating his career as a navy aviator.
ROWENA COHEN was certain, that unlike Little Bo Peep who lost her
sheep, she would keep track of all her students, as a future teacher.
lYhen Mother Goose promised HOXYARD FXIRMXX a penny for his
thoughts, he told her that in the future when he would he a dentist, unlike
Doctor Foster who refused to go to Gloucester, he would receive all patients.
.Xfter hearing him speak, LINDA LEE clrimed in that like Gretel who
marked her path through the woods, she would mark her path to fame as an
Proudly ELEXX MfXLATES'1'A stated that she wasn't forgetful like the
Three Little Kittens who lost their mittens, for she saved all souvenirs in re-
membrance of her high school years.
RICHARD SKRYICR told Mother Goose that he would pay her a visit
not on a pony like Yankee Doodle, but in a car that he had remodeled as an
Ding, dong. dell rang the 3 205 bell. Bidding a fond farewell to the seniors
of 304, Mother Goose mounted her gander, and flew out the door.
First Row-Joyce Steiger, Rowena Cohen, joan Gavel, Rose Trattner, Leahtrice Levine,
Robert Lindner, Elena Malatesta, jerry johnson, Joan Sidlow, Barbara Fox
Second Row-William Freeman, David Wilkes, Barbara Jacobs, Deanna Maurer, Etta
Savage, jill Freedman, Linda Lee, Sharna Rosenthal, Roberta Klein, Carolyn Mullica,
Sylvia Levenson, Ferzelle Hicks, Melvin Portnoy, Bernard Pinsker
Third Row-Theodore Soltman, Stuart Feldman, joseph McCauley, Bertram Slutsky,
Howard Fairman, Robert Fleishman, Ewald Dittner, joseph Laslo, Allen Verk, joseph
Vavro, Richard Sarver, Robert Riberich
The Magazine Rack of 315
Teacher ........,..........,.....,.........,..........A...,..,..,..........,........., Mr. John B. Melvin
President ..4....,........4 ....,.,e., L ynne Nicholson
Vice President ..,..... ..,......., H arvey Felser
Secretary .....,......,..,......,................... .,........,. E laine Michlin
Treasurer .,....i..................,...........,.....,. , .......,.. Mary Kay VVeaver
Student Council Representative .....,.... ............,.... J udy Strauss
Student Council Alternate ,,......,........ ........... H arvey Felser
Foreword Representative ..,...,.,......,............. .,..,..,..i..,...,....,,r B eth Kostman
MR. MELVIN has a collection of magazines. NVould you like to read a few?
NATALIE ROSENFELD is as full of fun as any Holiday.
Our cute actress is sure to -have her name in lights someday.
Downbeat-KENNY SEIGER loves jazz as well as poetry,
And he's a popular boy, wherever he may be.
A fine example of Today's W onrian is JUDY STRAUSSQ
She's a linguist, writer, and keeps a good house.
Business and Finance-MARY KAY WEAVER is our keeper of moneyg
She draws, and she types and has time to be funny.
Coiifidentially, JEAN VVILSON likes dancing and jazzy
But to be a secretary is the ambition she Ihas.
ERWIN VVOLOVITZ, our Playboy, with his good looks,
Has to push away girls to study his books.
Sports Illustrated-ANDY ZILKA plays baseball well and basketball, toog
There is nothing in the world of sports that this boy can't do.
VVe have to make a True C oiifession:
BILL BENDGEN likes to dance but drafting is his profession.
Charm-JANET COHEN'S list of attributes never endsg
S-he has good grades, good times, and good friends.
Ladies' Home Journal-MARY ANN EZYKOWSKY is the lady of our class.
When she leaves, we all will miss this lovely lass.
CAROLYN GOLDBACH always has the Time of her lifeg
She'll make a good teacher and a fine wife.
For Photography, LOUIS JONES, with the photographic mind,
Is full of talent, sincere, and kind.
Popular Science-ARNOLD KAPLAN is our scientist, and a comedian like Art
The day that Allderdice blows up, we all can say . . . "That's Arnie!"
BETH KOSTMAN, our secretary-to-be, is liked by every crowdg
Her Flair for making many friends should surely make her proud.
Esquire-HARVEY LEVINE'S ambition is to be a millionaire,
With money, looks, an-d handsome clothes 'he's a combination rare.
Scholastic-ELAIN E MICHLIN is the gal we vote most likely to succeedg
She has more brains and talent than she will ever need.
JOAN SORG is our well liked Madeiiioiselleg
In shorthand and type she will always excel.
Our designer of House and Garden always has a good plang
SHIRLEY SNIIJICR will decorate a pretty home for any lucky man.
The name l'lCTliR FALCIQ is in The Sports Reviccug
As a football hero, he is always seen on cue.
XVith the New l"w'ker traits of sophistication and wit
ELLEN SUE CSKIPPYQ KAUFMAN has made quite a hit.
IZLIZABIETH PIEAKIZ loves Rcrri2atz'0n of every kindg
She sews and skates and has a sharp mind.
As a l'V0llIl1ll'S Home C0lllf7tlllf0ll BARBARA GUQDMAN is not a shirker:
Some day she will make a wonderful social worker.
LOIS KARXVAN is just full of Life,-
This teacher-to-be-leads a happy life.
First Row-Judy Strauss, Ellen Kaufman, Janet Cohen, Natalie Rosenfeld, Beth Kostman,
Lynne Nicholson, Mary Kay Weaver, Mary Ann Ezykowsky, Elaine Michlin, Marlene
Second Row-Jack Collins, Roy Sample, Barbara Goodman, Lois Karwan, Shirley Snider,
Marcia Herer, Melsa Rosen, joan Sorg, Carolyn Goldbach, jean Wilson, William
Bendgen, Louis jones
Third Row-Erwin Wolovitz, Kenneth Seiger, Arthur Harris, Andrew Zilka, Harvey
Levine. Jack Grey, Edward Reis, Stanley Rockman, Arnold Kaplan
IYIDXYARIJ REIS likes hunting over Field and Stream,
But to he a draftsman is this hoy's dream.
lVhen it comes to Forfznzc, STANLEY ROCKMAN will do well,
For in studying and scholarship, Stanley does excel.
All our class crowns LYNNE NICHOLSUN queen.
She's our pretty, perky Swcizfvciz.
Varsity-ROY SAMPLE is an all-around lad:
Basketball and fishing keep him glad.
Theatre .flrfs-lll.-XRCIA HERER, welll see at a very young age
As a famous actress on the stage.
Science 4L1IZl'llllII1lARTH UR HARRIS with his mind keen and clear
NVill surely become a successful engineer.
Of BOB FULKUS we'll give you a good report:
He's our handsome hero of every Sport.
Physical C ulture-HARVEY FELSER'S the boy with good looks and good build.
And he wants to enter the bookkeeping guild.
MARLENE LABOVVITZ has Cosmopolitan aims as we already know.
She wants to be a nurse and she also wants to sew.
Readefs Digest-MELSA ROSEN is our novelist brightg
In future years she'll attain literary heights.
Diary of a Senior
1-Oh, look! We're finally l2A's. What a wonderful feeling! Here's my
schedule-lst period, Englishg 2nd, historyg 3rd, math reviewg 4th, cafe-
teria staffg 5th, service staffg 7th, dramatic English-it's a tough life.
12-Took the College Boards at Pitt. They were tough!
14-Valentine Day-A . . . no one would be my valentine . . . I sent dozens
of them, but no one sent one to me.
21-Journal features due . . . I'm afraid I didn't quite make the deadline,
25-30-Sadie Hawkins Week began with an assembly this morning. One poor
soul didn't know what it was all a-bout . . . he came all decked out with
his Eastern Airlines umbrella . . . I guess I'd better make my patch and
grab a date.
1-Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . the greatest IZA class party a IZA class has
ever given . . . the entertainment was stupendous . . . Daisy Mae and
Lil! Abner looked so cute!
8-Test in history 9 . . . now we'll all be marriage experts.
14-12A class meeting . . . they told us all about the prom . . . now my
only problem is With Whom Am I Going To Go?
18-Polio shots . . . my arm is so sore I can't even do homework . . .
20-Spring is here! I have a terrible case of Spring Fever. Can't seem
to concentrate on anything but-
Zl-Report cards . . . thank heavens I'm still on the honor roll . . . Cthough
by the skin of my teethj.
23-Civic Club Test . . . I wonder how I got to take it? It's for excep-
tionally able youth . . . Someone must have slipped up somewhere!
27-Academy Awards on TV . . . I wonder why no one from Dramatic
English won an Oscar? Oh, well, maybe next year . . .
29-jazz concert in the auditorium . . . we all enjoyed it immensely.
1-Jr. Town Meeting of the Air put on by Senior Discussion Club . . .
it proved to be very interesting.
12-Band Concert . . . It's nice just to sit back and listen to our own
band make such beautiful music . . . Mr. Dietz makes it look so easy, too!
16-23--Easter vacation . . . Now maybe I'll catch up on my sleep Qif that's
possiblel . . . so many things manage to happen during a vacation . . .
this vacation may be different, though . . . I just might find time to
stay home one evening!
8, 9, 10-Finally! I said my one line in the Class play You Cruft Take It
With Your to a real live audience! It was quite an experience having
people out there for a change . . . but everyone enjoyed it, so it was
worth staying until six o'clock every night for rehearsals.
16, 17, 20-Orchestra Concert . . . Mr. Voyvodioh just stands there and
waves a stick CI think it's called a batonj and out comes the sound . . .
the concert was very enjoyable.
29-Choir Program . . . It must be a wonderful experience to sing in a
group like our choir . . . this year's program sounded especially won-
derful, I guess because we're graduating.
l-Well, this is our final month of school . . . actually, there are only five
days of school left . . . we'd better make the best of them.
6-Risers went up today . . . VVe all felt strange looking at them and
realizing that this time they're for us-our class . . . and we're the
ones to be sitting on them this time.
7-Honor Assembly . . . How wonderful it was to sit on the stage and
hear Mr. McClymonds call out MY name so many times . . . and how
proud mother looked sitting out there in the audience with all my friends
and the rest of the parents.
10-Class Day .... Ai nd I didn't even recognize some of my best friends! . . .
Such get-ups they had on! . . . but it was so much fun walking through
the halls and then watching the wonderful Class Day entertainment . . .
then we all went to the class picnic and revelled in the glory of being
seniors on our last day of high school.
ll-School Picnic at Kennywood . . . we all went together, the crowd of us
and rode the merry-go-round till we were dizzy, and then rode the Racer
half a dozen times to see whose car could win more races . . . what
fun it was! . . . I canit remember having such a wonderful time since
the last class party!
13, 14-Commencement Rehearsal . . . going through rehearsal has made
me realize how close graduation isg only five days left . . . I'm so glad
to be graduatingg but, on the other hand, so sad because of the won-
derful memories I'll be leaving behind.
18, 19-Commencement . . . It's finally come! Commencement is such a
big word and means so much to us . . . the end of high school.
the beginning of a new life . . . I cried . . . silly me . . . but I'm not
the only one who did.
20-Senior Prom at the Hotel Webster Hall . . . What a wonderful evening
that was . . . it was a perfect way to end a perfect Senior Year . . .
Not only that, 1've been accepted to the college of my choice, and that
makes everything just peachy-dandy! . . . So I'm not finished with
school after all, but really commencing all over again . . . Allderdice
was so wonderful . . . I learned a great deal from books and advice . . .
I think now I'm ready to enter college in the fall . . . I wish all my
classmates the very, very best in everything they attempt in their lives
after graduation . . . may they always remember our wonderful years
together at dear old T.A.I-I.S.
Teacher ....,......,.. ...... R Iiss Bertha U. Mitchell
President .,,....,....., ,.....,..A..,A,.,... D ouglas Caplan
Vice President .,.,.... ....., J oseph Brenner
Secretary '.l............,.. .,,... S onya Blank
Treasurer ........,.i.i..,,......,.i........ ..i....,l. ...,... E s ther Darling
Student Council Representative, ....., Sandra Cohen
Student Council Alternate .....,..,.... ...,...,....... ...........,..,......, I r ving' Broudv
Foreword Representative .,.....,......,,.i...,.,.......,.....,........,.,...,.... J udy Binstock
First Row-Jackie Green, Miriam Ashery, Marjorie Penn, June Caplan, Sandy Cohen,
Sonya Blank, Douglas Caplan, Joseph Brenner, Ruth Finger-et, Trudi Leiber, Sandy
Second Row-Ruth Edwards, Janet DeJidas, Barbara Cipa, Agnes Polyak, Marva Hackney,
Judy Binstock, Marilyn Davis, Gail Burckin, Phyllis Katz, Joanne Beynon, Carolyn
Ray, Ruth Olson, Patricia Murphy, Mary Chaenkwok
Third Row--Leo Mantia, Glenn Eaton, William Brashear, Vincent Grandillo, Ronald
Stevens, Eugene Ali, Irving Broudy, David Rosenbloom, Norman Belle, Leslie Wright,
John Prilla, Allen Davis
In 3l7 there's a bookcase:
There are novels on every shelf-
All the bestsellers of recent years:
So come take a look for yourself.
Standing at his easel. with pallet and knife
Is GENE ALI as Yan Gogh in Lust for Life.
She makes Clllifkfll Ezwfy Slflldfly, and also a cake.
Because MIMI ASHERY loves to cook and -bake.
To CARI. BEAVER, The Old West Speczlcs.
VVith books of this period his library reeks.
The iklain in H10 Gray Flannel Suit, is NORMAN BELI.Eg
As a C. P. A., he'll do right well.
.IUDY BINSTOCK sits. her eyes never blinking,
Practicing T110 Power of Positive Tlzinking.
As A Tiwu in HIC Ron-d after graduation,
SONYA BLANK plans art teaching to be her vocation.
NVhether a Doctor in Buckskin or an MD. in white,
As a cure-all JOE BRENNER will do all right.
When IRV BROUDY plays chess, he gets All the
How does he do it again and again?
Fiction is GAIL BURCKIN'S Point of No Return,
Most other reading, she does spurn.
He sings in the shower and in choir, toog
Ever After DOUG CAPLAN will sing to you.
Off to Penn State with Bells on Her Toes
JUNE CAPLAN is liked wherever she goes.
Since Looe Is Eternal, this girl will go far
'Cause nursing is loved by AMANDA, CARR.
Gone With the Wind to B.T.C.,
Is MARY CHAENKWOK, medical secretary.
BARBARA CIPA collects records galore,
Her Magnificent Obsession is to buy more and more.
SANDY COHEN will have Peace of Mind everlasting
When she's finished with Class Day writing and casting.
Our treasurer ESTHER DARLING can make the quarte
Our homeroom vault is larger than Ma1na's Bank Account
Every record that ALLEN DAVIS has,
Is Something of Value-we call it jazz!
There's War and Peace at the Davis home,
When MARILYN won't get off the phone.
Rising to queenship we can see,
JANET DE JIDAS as Desiree.
In bookkeeping RUTH EDVVARDS does her duty,
By making each ledger a Thing of Beauty.
Following Goren on Bridge is RUTH FINGERETQ
As a result, all the points she does get.
Into Lost Horizons VINCENT GRANDILLO will go,
Seeking adventure that he loves so.
JACKIE GREEN will wear a Gown of Glory,
When a magazine publishes her first story.
World Enough and Tinie to get her desires,
MARVA HACKNEY will achieve all that she aspires.
Where do PHYLLIS KATZ'S letters all go?
The King of Paris must be her new beau.
Main Street will talk and the papers will feature
The fact t-hat TRUDI LEIBER is such a good teacher.
LEO MANTIA will use The Good Earth
W-hen as a food chemist, he proves his worth.
A Double Star is at PAT MURPHY'S command,
Because she takes such good shorthand.
RUTH OLSON'S so good at taking dictation,
That Our Town says she's quite a sensation.
Everyone MARGIE PENN will beguile,
VVhen she shows That Certain Smile.
AGNES POLYAK will find The Pearl of life,
By becoming a secretary and later a wife.
JOHN PRILLA hopes The Green Years will stay,
And that he can make money in an easy way.
CAROLYN RAY. a camper true,
Sees the outdoors as All This and Heaven T00.
With a heart So Big, ALAN ROSENBLOOM we'll see
In about ten years with a d-octor's degree.
SANDY SILVERIVIAN, For Whom the Bell Tolls,
As a first grade teacher stands calling her rolls.
She's a Shozeboat of beauty and also has brains,
When CAROL SPIEGEL'S around, no one complains.
N0 Time for Sergeants is RONNIE STEVENS' keyg
In his army career, a general he'll be.
LESLIE WRIGHT is on t-he last shelf,
After Hmm' to Win Friends and Ilftflllfllfll People, he patterns himself.
HIGHLIGHTS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
She Walks in Beauty' ',..i.......,...,..,....,............. ....,...,,..,...,...............,......,. A t the Prom
The Prisoner of Chillon, '...,., ........, A Senior in English 8
Dream Children" ..,. .......,..... ...,.,..................,.... F r eshmen
'Intimations of Immortality" ......i,...,,........,,... ......,..........,.,. ' I' he '57 Journal
The Superannuated Man ".,.......,...,....,..,.....,.... .......... A Senior on june 20
She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways ",i....,. .......,.... A t Activity Period
'Counsel to Girls 'i.... .....,..l.....i........,...,,.....,.,.,..,, ........,.........,.. M i ss McKinney
The Educated Man" .l.,.., ,.......,. A n Allderdice Graduate
No School Report ,'...... ..,.,,...... O hl How we wish!
Tears, Idle Tears' ',.,.. 4,......,.. O n graduation night
'Twas a senior English student
On the day the theme was dueg
The question asked of him had been,
RIME OF THE SENIOR ENGLISH STUDENT
"Have you brought your theme with you?"
"My bedroom door was opened wide,"
The senior did begin.
"The TV set, you just can bet,
Was making a merry din.',
"I typed on with my shaky hand,
It was a job, you see."
"Don't miss this, it is great,"
Came a voice from the TV.
It held me with its glittering screen,
Before it I stood still,
And watched it like a three year's child,
My thoughts of school were nil.
Hour after hour, hour after hour,
I watched, nor breath nor motion,
Until I thought about my theme
And got at it with devotion.
Paper, paper, everywhere
And erasers all did shrink.
Paper, paper everywhere
All covered up with ink.
He passeth best, who worketh best
On Seniors' themes, et al.,
For the teacher who promoteth us
Would like to promoteth all.
JUNE CLASS FACTS AND FIGURES
Total weight of the class ......................,.,.,. 42,143 pounds
Total height .,.,.,..................... .....,. 1 ,742 feet, 62 inches
Pairs of eyes
Color of 'hair
Right-handed seniors ..,...
Left-handed seniors ..,,,....
Seniors who wear glasses . ,............ .
Seniors who do not wear
Total s-hoe size ..,......,.....,..,,......,..... ,.
glasses .,..,.. .....
,. ..... 169
Teacher ..., ,. ,.,... ,...,. D r. liarl H. Burgard
President ....,.,.,..... ..,.,..,.,.. R achel Sullivan
Vice President ,.,., .. ,...... Marilyn Sussman
Secretary. .....,........, ..l..l,. .....,.....,. ,.,.........,.,, H a r ry Lee
Treasurer ..............,...,,,........,.,......... .. ..A.., Edgar XVeiss
Student Council Representative ,,.,.. ............, l larry Lee
Student Council .Xlternate .,..,..... .,.... l Qochelle Burton
Foreword Representative .........,., ..,..........,........,,.,.... . . .,,.,.l.... Lois Levinson
First Row-Rochelle Burton, Ellen Sable
Second Row-Judy Kaufman, Judy Stern, Edgar Weiss, Harry Lee, Rachel Sullivan,
Marilyn Sussman, Helaine Peris, Beverly Rubin, Patty Gordon
Third Row-Earl Elrich, Linda Skirboll, Lois Monsein, Mary jo Loresch, Phyllis Raab,
Gwen Pritchard, jo Ann Weitzel, Miriam Rosenblatt, Thomas Smith, Bob McDonald
Fourth Row-Frank Hoffman, Harvey Felser, Kenneth Kotovsky, Myrl Leshen, Roland
Jones, Stanley Weiss, Ronald Handleman, Sheldon Keyser, Blair Jacobson
Shakespeare, Byron. Keats and Browning
.-Xll wrote words with similar sounding.
This was known as poetry-
A facsimile here you now will see.
Tliongli we're not poets we've had fun
Right here in room 35l.
Playing "A Musical Instrument"-the piano by name
ls a hobby that is sure to bring "Shelley,' fame.
When Patty plays volley ball her eyes surely gleamg
To be a secretary is her fondest "Dream,"
Earl will be famous in the field of radiog
His "Fame and Friendship" will always show.
'ZX Peach, A Girl," a dancer, a teacher-
lYe know after Pitt not many will reach her.
To swim the English Channel should be Ronnie's goal
For he is just terrific in "The Old Swimmin' Hole."
"The Laboratory"-full of mystery
Is the place where Frank will make history.
"Popularity" could be his middle nameg
He's sure to win both fortune and fame.
"The Power of Musici' is certainly seeng
When she plays piano, we think she is queen.
In "Choosing a Profession" he finds not a flaw,
For Shelley is sure that his will be law.
"The Explorer" in the field of scientific knowledge
He is sure to rate high at Carnegie Tech College.
"True Greatness" we expect of Harry Leeg
An excellent accountant he is sure to be.
Now that we have reached "The journey's End,"
We'll hate to say goodbye to this dear old friend.
"The Voice is Heard" from choir classg
On Broadway we hope to see this lass.
Our "Tiger', on the football field-
We know that as a player he will never yield.
"Sweet and Twenty" she will be
While teaching secretaries at B.T.C.
To Penn State "A Pretty Woman" will gog
At being a teacher, she will be a pro.
'fLittle Things" describe our Sisg
We could not get on without this miss.
"In After Days" Phyllis will not tarry-
She will become a top-notch secretary.
"She Walks in Beauty" across a stage of boards
'Mist the thundering applause of the hoards.
To be an actress is strain and strife,
But it's "The Means To Attain a Happy Life."
A home decorated by "Our Master'-
For perfection, just step up and ask her.
"Nursing, is her life's ambition-
A profession with a great tradition.
When Linda leaves for Penn State, it will be a pityg
Pittsburgh will be called "The Desolate City."
To be "The Soldierw is Tomls ambitiong
He's sure to meet each army condition.
As a teacher she will be a honeyg
She will work hard regardless of "Money."
"The Last VVord" in our home room she supplies:
That Rachel is a fine president, no one denies.
With manner sweet and temper mild,
She hopes to teach the "Busy Child."
"The Master" of our class, he does presideg
By all his rules we do abide.
A very good "Memory" he'll have to possess,
If as an accountant, he wishes success.
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BTAOTA-"Back the attack on traffic accidents."
SADIE HAWKINS' WEEK-A'Tlie boys never had it so good."
POLIO SHOTS--"I never saw so many needles in my life."
VVHAT IS THE NAME OF THE CLASS PLAY? "lt was a better kept
- secret than the A-bomhfl
UNFORTUNATE FLOATING TEACHERS-"We could never even find
them, let alone, he on timefy
in Room 355
Teacher ..,...,..,.., ...,... M iss Jeanne Y. Adams
President ......,.,.....,..... ..e.,,..,..,..,..... H arold Glick
Vice President ..,...............,..,...,..,... .....,..,.,...,..... L ee Cassady
Secretary-Treasurer .,......i............,... ......,. M ary Ann DeWaters
Student Council Representative ..,..,.., ..,......,...... R ichard Sherrill
Student Council Alternate .,.,.......,,., .......,.. P atricia Hirsclifield
Foreword Representative ,.........,. .,.4.,,.,... I Jatricia Spernak
Significance: Her avid search for quiet in the past two years.
Similarity: "There is a time of speaking and a time of being still."
Significance: Trying to call homeroom meetings to order.
Similarity: "And when we think we lead, we are most led."
MARY ANN DeWATERS
Significance: Collecting dues every Friday.
Similarity: "Why is fortune mine if I may not use it ?',
Significance: Always in the midst of constant activity.
Similarity: "Busy as a bee."
Significance: Spends spare time listening to records.
Similarity: "If music be the food of love, play on."
Significance: His friendliness to all.
Similarity: "A friend in need is a friend indeed."
Significance: Avid study of her shorthand, hoping to be a secretary.
Similarity: "The secret of success is constancy of purpose."
Significance: Favorite pastime is reading a book.
Similarity: "He fed his spirit with the bread of books."
Significance: Doodles on all her book covers.
Similarity: "Art is a higher type of knowledge than experience."
Significance: Becoming an expert on the mechanics of cars.
Similarity: "Always believe the expert."
Significance: Carrying sheet music from class to class.
Similarity: "Music is love in search of a word."
KIT BLANN ER
Significance: Talks of experiences working on his car.
Similarity: "Experience is the best teacherf'
ROSE MARIE BACINSKY
Significance: Her favorite color is rose.
Similarity: "Say it with flowers."
Significance: His ambition is to play professional football.
Similarity: "Exercise can preserve some of our early strength."
Significance: Her eye lash curler.
Similarity: "The love light in her eye."
Significance: She loves to dance.
Similarity: "Let's trip the light fantastic."
Significance: He wants an Air Force career.
Similarity: "There is no road of flowers leading to glory."
Significance: Her favorite color is pink.
Similarity: "Among several kinds of beauty, the eye takes the most delight
Significance: His favorite pastime is playing the piano.
Similarity: "Music, the greatest good that mortals know."
Significance: She wants to be a housewife.
Similarity: "Such is life without a wife, and here I am without my man."
Significance: He has been waiting five years for the cafeteria to serve French
Similarity: "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach."
Significance: Desires to be a housewife.
Similarity: "Of earthly goods the best is a good wife."
Significance: He wants to be a millionaire.
Similarity: "Ah, take the cash and let the credit go."
Significance: Her ambition is to be a beauty operator.
Similarity: "A thing of ,beauty is a joy forever."
Significance: Spends his spare time tinkering with cars.
Similarity: "Occupation is one great source of enjoyment."
Significance: She wears -her cheerleader uniform to classes.
Similarity: "The day becomes brighter when it is cheerfully faced."
Significance: He walks boldly into his homeroom after the late bell.
Similarity: "Every man of courage is a man of his word."
Significance: He loves broiled lobster.
Similarity: "There is no love sincerer than the love of food."
First Row-Frances Soltez, Darlene Bene, Patricia Spernak, Jean Showers
Second Row-Dianna Eddins, Rose Marie Bacinsky, Dian Berry, Daniel Armstrong, Robert
Diamondstone, Mary Ann DeWaters, Harold Glick, judv Ferrante, Gefirgiann Batko
Third Row-Lester Shapiro, Jerry Lehman, Lewis Goldhammer, James Cohen, Dorothy
Steerman, Mark Bertenthal, Richard Sherrill, Timothy Bober, Susan Berger, Marlene
Fourth Row-Don Boreman, David Cohen, Phillip Cooper, Edgar Burtoft, Lee Cassady,
Dave Aliskowitz, Kit Blanner, Robert Birchard, Barney Chepenik
Significance: lie loves to sing.
Similarity: "Music hath charms to soothe the savage heastf,
Significance: His favorite pastime is sleeping.
Similarity: "Sweet are the slumhers of a virtuous man."
Significance: He read "Battle Crv" twice.
Similarity: "Books must be read with the deliberation with which they are
Significance: Her ambition is to he a secretary.
Similarity: "Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
Significance: He is looking forward to a naval career.
Similarity: "The nation which forgets its defenders, will he itself forgotten."
Significance: Spends all his spare time learning the mechanism of cars.
Similarity: " Tis education which forms the eager mindf,
Teacher . ...,.,..,..,..,....,..,A...,......,. .Miss Charlotte R. Beachler
l'resident .. ..,. . .....,.......,. james Blackwood
Yice President .,.., ....,.. C 'harlee Marcus
Secretary ..............,. .....A,.... ..,,.. C a rol Nathan
Treasurer ..,..... .,,...................,,,......... ....,.. G r ant Kalson
Student Council Representative ..,. ,..... G rant Kalson
Student Council Alternate .......... ...... C harlee Marcus
Foreword Representative ,.,. ,...........,...,.r........,...,....,.....r....,.,.. C arol Nathan
First Row-Rena Siegel, Sandra Halpern, Sandra Young, Ruth Ann Shea, Sandra Schonberg
Second Row-Tema Weiss, Janice Horovitz, Peoi Sherman, Penny Litt, james Blackwood,
Carol Nathan, Sheila Zelkowitz, Charlee Marcus, Grant Kalson
Third Row-Patricia McCoy, Patricia McIntyre, Judy Wilshire, Connie Weisherg, Sally
Weiss, jack Kauffman, Christine Kamberis. Edith Lipsitz, Betty Phillips, Phyllis Sobel
Fourth Row-Maurice Nernberg, David Gottlieb, Alan Garfinkel, Ronald Tozzi, Chuck
Muldoon, Keith Crews, Irwin Richman, Murray Levith, Manuel Margolis
i'This was Shakespeare's form:
XYho walked in every path of human life.
Felt every passion, and to all mankind
lloth now. will ever. that experience yield
XYhich his own genius only could acquire."
fhlarlc .Xrkc-nside, "For a Statue
The members of llonierooni 352 present their qualifications for parts in the
June, l957 Coinniencenicnt Drama.
"Tonight we hold a solemn supper, and I'll request your presence. Here is
the heart of my purpose."
Qur director, Miss Beachler, has given us much advice and words of good
cheer in our years of preparation for this great occasion.
HXYlSClUlll and fortune combating together,
If that former dare hut what it can,
No chance can shake it."
Here. then, do we present our cast:
JIM BLACKXX'OOl7fiiHC hath a wisdom that doth guide his valor to act in safety."
CIIARLIEE LTARCL'SfuSl1C in beauty, education, blood, holds hands with any
princess of the world."
GRANT KALSON'-'CI do present you with a man of mine, cunning in music and
CAROL NATHAN-'ill I do perform a friendship I'll avow it even to the last article."
SHEILA ZELKowITzM"We should have else desired your good advice in this day's
JETTIE BALL-6sNCVCf anything be amiss, when simpleness and duty tender it."
KEITH CREWS-HA knight well spoken, neat and fine."
.ALAN GARFINKEL-UBOld of your worthiness, we single you as our best-moving,
SANDI HALPERN-K'A smile recures the woundin of a frown."
EARL HARRIS-KKHC is .I man of comely virtues."
-IANICE HOROVITZ-6'ThC hand that hath made you fair hath made you good."
JACK KAUFFlNIANi'tTl1C day shall not be up so soon as I, to try the fair adven-
ture of tomorrow."
MURRAY LEVITH-nl am a man that from my first, hath been inclin'd to thrift."
EDITH L1PsITz-"The honour of a maid is her name, and no legacy is so rich as
PENNY LITT-UI shall the effect of this good lesson keep, as watchman to my
MANUEL MARCOLIS-'IA good-limbed fellowg young, strong, and of good friends."
PAT MCCOY-K6SO full of grace that it flows over, on all that need."
BARBARA MCINTYRE-KtFf0H1 lowest place when virtuous things proceed, the
place is dignified by the doer's deed."
MAURICE NERNBERG-6'HC wears the rose of youth upon him."
IRWIN RICHMAN-"According to the 'gift that -bounteous nature, hath in him
SANDRA SCHONBERG-"There's language in her cheek, her eye, her lip."
RUTH ANN SHEA-"The silence, often of pure innocence persuades, when speak-
PEPI SHERMAN-"She that was fair and never proud, had tongue at will and
yet was never loud."
RENA SIEGEL-"Trained in music, letters, who hath gained of education all the
grace, which makes her both the heart and place of general wonder."
PHYLLIS SOBEL-"And as the bright sun glorifies the sky, so is her face illumined
in her eye."
CONNIE WEISBERG-iiWhCH a world of men could not prevail with all their oratory,
yet hath a woman's kindness over-ruled."
SALLY WEISS-"She is a gallant creature, and complete in mind and feature."
TEMA WEISSi'.YOUf fair discourse hath been as sugar, making the hard way
sweet and delectable."
SANDY YoUNo-"She dances as goddess-like to her admired leigesf'
RUTH ANN LANE-ful live-With a quietness that lets the mind grow inward
like a root."
"Your heart's desires be with you! I wish you al-l the joy that you can wish."
First Row-Judy Loftin, Shirley Goldstein, Marsha Lomask, Felice Oberman, Michael
Kovarsky, john Lucero, David Graf, Robert Frank, Barbara Levy, Evelyn Gonzales
Second Row-Arnie Zaslove, jack Hakim, Irene Pleszko, Joan Spisak, Arlene Sheroke,
Veronica Ichenko, Gloria Vivian, Joan Simoni, Patricia Laslo, julia Rozgonyi, Don
Krieger, james Miller
Third Row-Richard Gerson, Arthur Dinardo, james O'Brien, Sanford Shapiro, James
Sandor, Harry McFarland, Thomas Newhams, Richard Mayer, Donald Waida, David
Steinbach, Richard Hommel
Teacher .... .....,..........., A ....,... Miss L. Esther Geist
President. ............ ,Iohn D. Lucero, jr.
Vice President ........ .,.. .,.. A A A David Graf
Secretary-Treasurer A A ..,.. ....,. , A ...... Michael Kovarsky
Student Council Representative ,,.i A .,..,.,.,.. Xrnold Zaslove
Student Council .Xlternate ..,..,.,..... ..r..,.... V lulia Rozgonyi
Foreword Representative ,..., ..,......,..r,,...,.....,.,. ..,..... . A .A Richard Honnnel
"A-X proverb is the wit of one, and the wisdoni of nianyf'
Home rooni 365 takes pleasure in illustrating its nienibers in the following
proverbial nianner. Our home room teacher Miss Geist would be the first to
advocate that "History provides the education for the future."
Art lIiNurd0-Tlie luxury of a car is best appreciated bv those who know the
mechanics of it.
B011 Fraizk-rl'rue wisdom is to know what is best worth knowing and to do what
1s best worth doing. Read and you will know.
Kiclmrd Gw'.s'on4'l'liere is no index of character so sure as the voice. .X low
voice bespeaks a cultured man.
Slzirlcy Goldstein-.-X good swinnner would rather swini than walk. True happi-
ness consists in making happy.
Evclylz Go11:aIv.r4Biograpliy is the only true history.
Daw' Graf-XYl1eii we build let us think that we build forever. livery inan is the
architect of his own fortune.
fuck Hakinz-Business is the salt of life. Seest a inan diligent in business? He
shall stand before kings,
Richard HU7Illllt'I-RiCllH1'Ci agrees that industry is fortune's right hand and fru-
gahty her left.
Vcroiiica Icl1m1kof'l'l1e art of drawing comes by the grace of God and is absorbed
by those who are interested.
Michael Kovarsky-Continual cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom. Care and dili-
gence bring luck.
Don Krieger-There is more fear of the dentist than that of the sore tooth.
Patricia Laslo--A good swimmer can swim in the deepest of all waters. Swim
with the stream.
Judy Loftin-A woman can apply herself to all fields. Judy will become a good
John D. Lucero, Jr.-Athletics develop responsibility g responsibility develops
Harry M cFarland-History is philosophy learned from examples. While we read
history we make history.
Richard Alan Meyer-Honor a physician before thou hast need of him. A lo-
quacious doctor is successful.
James Miller-Experience is the mother of science. Engineers are the backbone
of scientific progress.
Tom Newhains-Tom knows a laugh is worth a hundred groans. The spirit
Felice Oberman-The foundation of every society is the education of its youth.
Who teaches often learns himself.
James O'Brien-A good archer is not known by his arrow but by his aim.
Irene Pleszko-In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Concentration
is the sign of a good secretary.
Ronald Price--Song wins grace with the gods above and with the gods below.
He who sings frightens away his ills.
Julia A. Rozgonyi--Personality is the outstanding feature of character. Character
James Sandor--Mathematics is the pure science which is the reference of all
Sanford Shapiro-A good appetite is the best sauce. Nowadays a pharmacist has
to prepare a good soda.
Arlene Sherolce-Writing is the language of the hand. A good secretary is one
who can translate her own writing.
J oan Simoni-To love to read is to exchange hours of ennui for hours of delight.
Joan Spisak-The discovery of a new dish does more for the happiness of man
than the discovery of a star. Every cook commends his own sauce.
David Steinbach-Good is wisdom to possess, but better still is cleverness. Every-
one is witty for his own purpose.
Gloria V ivian-Dancing is the child of music and loveg the poetry of the feet.
Donald W aida-The stars are the sentinels of the skies. An astronomer is the
humblest of all men.
Arne Zaslove-He who has an art, has everywhere a part. Poetry is t-he national
language of all worship.
Marcia Lomasle-Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Knowledge
in youth is wisdom in age.
Who 's Who of 366
Teacher ..,,.,,. ,... ....... N 1 iss Elizabeth XV. Klingensmith
President... ,. ,. .. ..,......,..,............,......,.. Stephen Blum
Yice President ,....,...... .A...... .....,.. B e tty Hindmarsh
Secretary-Treasurer ..,... .....,........... ..... L e slie LeNN'inter
Student Council Representative ..,.,,.. ...... D uane Packard
Student Council Alternate .,..4.....,, .i4.... C arol Lemke
Foreword Representative i..i. .,.., ,,,...,...... ,,........., . . .... ,..,..,.,..,..... l a c k Abel
First Row-Leslie LeWinter, Joyce Pringle, Velma Miller, Miss Klingensmith, Carol Pfordt,
Bunny Pappas, Duane Packard, Geraldine Mendish, Marlene Goldberg, Carol Lemke
Second Row-Myron Broff, Charles Ruttenberg, Patricia Heffner, Patricia Miller, Ora
Kantarof, Lynne Pearlman, Mary Molnar, Betty Hindmarsh, Josephine Scanga, Audrey
Third Row-Jack Abel, Alex Wahal, F. William Pastor, Timothy McTigue, Wayne Claeren,
Stanley Starrett, Herbert Applebaum, David Burstin, Myron Salamon, Steve Blum,
KLINGEINSRIITTI, Miss FLIZABETII XV.
Renowned Latin teacher, Taylor Allderdice High School: the incentive lor
the success of her students.
A glimpse into l4"lm's H710 of 1987 will present a picture of the accomplish-
ments of the students now in homeroom 366.
ARIEL, .lAcK ALAN
Famous tycoon: President ol General
Motors: Secretary of Lahor, 1982-1985.
APPLEBAUM, HERBPZRT H.
Discoverer of cancer curc: Nohel Prize
for medical work, 1980.
BLUM, STEPHEN R.
President of the Blum Drug Stores,
nation wide chain: active in civic affairs.
Discovered rich uranium source through
amateur exploration: now rated among
the worldls wealthiest men.
Lawyer, admitted to Bar, 1963: climihed
quickly from private practice to United
States Attorney General.
Secretary General of United Nations,
1983: well known for his work on the
Originator ol the first driving school
which taught methods of operating atomic
ciOl.Dl!liRG, XIARLENE lQl7'l'll
Reporter on the New York Tiu1c.r,'
famous for exposes: Pulitzer Prize 'lor
HIEFIFNER, PATRICIA M.
Vilorld champion speed typist, 1967:
rate: 150 words per minute.
HINDMARSII, BETTY M.
Honored as Nurse of the Year for three
years in succession, 1970-1973.
XVon roller skating division of the
Olympic Games in Rome, Italy, 1960.
Famous Mid-East traveler: expert on
Israel: appointed special adviser to the
United Nations on Mid-Eastern problems.
First woman president and fortieth in
the nationg served two terms, 1979-1987.
Solar peace noted throughout her term.
LEMKE, CAROL ANN
Developer of new education program
and authoress of innumerable primary
school readers, etc.
Noted authority on psychological phe-
nomenon g d e v e l o p e r of Lewinterian
Theory, which revolutionized psychology.
VVorld renown expert on medicineg
developer of cure for common cold: Nobel
Prize for medical work, 1973.
Partner in musical publishing houseg
by extensive knowledge of music is en-
abled to make accurate predictions of
MILLER, PATRICIA JEAN
Leader in new school of artg her in-
terests in sports and music notable in
First Allderdician to become Mrs.
Americag honor bestowed in 1965.
MOLNAR, MARY T.
Private secretary to president of the
General Atomic Company, 1970-19853
noted for her calm efficiency.
VVinner of assorted scholastic honors
while attending Taylor Allderdice and
Carnegie Institute of Technology. Phil-
osophy: "To leave the world a better
place than I found it."
Winner of Emmy Award for Best
Comedienne, 1970, Best Dramatic Act-
Executive vice-president of the May
Companyg in his first year of manage-
ment, sales topped all preceding records.
V o t e d "secretary-most-wanted-in-a-
boss's-office" by the N. A. M. convention
for ten consecutive years, 1959-1969.
PFORDT, CAROL ANN
United States Ambassadress to Mexi-
co, 1976-l98Og progress made in friendly
relations between the two countries.
Recipient of many awards for her out-
standing accomplishments in culinary
artsy crowned Homemaker of America,
RUTTENBERG, CHARLES L.
Chairman of the board which is plan-
ning and devising PittsbuI'gh's second
Invented and perfected the first prac-
tical solar battery for use in heating large
Creator of the popular, new coiffure
featuring the hair swept into ringlets.
Coached Taylor Allderdice team to
seven consecutive state football titles,
TURK, LESLIE A.
Active social worker and organizer of
youth groupsg respected for furthering
Philanthropistg well known for his
generous contributions to large educa-
You Can it Take It With You
June Class Play
C A S T
Penelope Sycamore ,,.,.. ................. ..,.........,. J o an Sidlow
Essie Carmichael .. .,.....,. Lynn Nicholson
Rheba ..........,........... ..,..... P hyllis Gogniat
Paul Sycamore .....,.. ......., A lan Garfinkel
Mr, DePinna ..,,....... ........... A rne Zaslove
Ed Carmichael .,...,... ..,..,....... R ichard Gerson
Donald ..,...........,... ..., H erbert Applebaum
Martin Vanderhof ........,. .....,......,.... R obert Felton
Alice Sycamore ...,.., ,..........,. T rudi Leiber
Henderson ,,.......,.,.. ,....., P hilip Baskind
Tony Kirby ,.,...,.,.,..,. ....... W ayne Claeren
Boris Kolenkhov ,........, .... ,.....,... J o seph Brenner
Gay Wellington.. .....,,,..,. .....,... Bunny Pappas
Mr. Anthony Kirby, Sr. ..,.r.. .,.........,..............,..,...........,... R ichard Stein
Mrs. Anthony Kirby, Sr. .,.., .....,..,...........,..............,......, S heila Zelkowitz
Two men ..,,....,...... ...,.,. ,.,,....... ...,. ........, T h e o dore Soltman, Irwin Richman
Grand Duchess Olga Katrina ....,., ....,..,........i...,,........,,. ..,...... C o nnie Tamburi
Assistant Directors ........ ,...,........,...........,.....,. M ary Ann DeWaters, Sandra Young
Technical Director ,..,...,.... ...............,.........,.....,.. ,.,..,... S t ewart Barmen
Makeup Crew Chief .......,,. ....... E linor Grossman
Hand Props Crew Chief ......., ,...,..,. C arole Spiegel
Set Props Crew Chief ......... ...,.,...,..,.. H arold Glick
Costumes Crew Chief ....,..4.. ...,.....,...,..,..,,,,.....,. M iriam Fischman
Publicity Crew Chief ....... ...,...,....,........,.....,........,.... D avid Wilkes
Prompters ..,.,...,..... ...,,,,... ..........,....,..,....,.........., J e rry johnson, Linda Moskovitz
Stage Crew Chief .......... ....,,4...... .......................................................,.... R o wland Jones
Stage Crew ..........,.,, .....,.,...,..,,..,.r,. S amuel Puterman, James Wilson, Lawrence Rosen
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"Yun x1'1v11't 1'1'y will yrlliiu M11 C411ll1111'11
"'l'l11' psx'1'l111l11Qi1':1l llllllllixllt luis z11'1'ix'c1l." M11 N111'1'is
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"l'c1'I'ect 111:11111s1'1'ipt t'111'111 is 1'c'1g11i1'c'1I." Scllllll' li11glisl1 li'Zll'llK'l'Q
"All right lZl'llCllll, zlll 1'igl1t." I711 XY:1g111'1'
'MXIIX IllUl'0 1l11csti1111s Miss 'l'111'111'1'
"Now 1l11 it this W2lj'.H Miss Zciglci'
"llc ll lll4llllL'lll SllIill'lll.U M11 Miller
"l Tlllllli yllll 111igl1t st111ly." Miss lfltltllt'
June Class Commencement
TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1957
Processional-"Pump and Circumstance" ........,..,......,.....,...,...... .....,.........,..,. E :gal
"P0mp and Chivalry" .........,.........,...............................,........,............... Roberts
Band-Mr. Roy Dietz, Conductor
Invocation. .,............,...........................,................. ...........,................,. D r. James H. Blackwood
Third United Presbyterian Church
"Huldigungsmarsch" .....,,..,...............................................,..................,,........................,..... Grieg
"Where'er You Walk," Aria from "Semele". ..,..................... .,..,... ........ H a ndel
Ivan S. Hartzberg
Virginia Lowe, Accompanist A
Presentation of Flowers ................. .,........,....,.......................................... I anuary Class, 1958
jo Ann Lerner, 1958 Stanley Starrett, 1957 .
Spanish Dance .................................... ............,...............................,..,.....,..................,..,. R ichfeld
Connie Tamburi, Violin.
Judy Kaufman, Accompanist
"SOME WORK OF NOBLE NOTE"
CFrom "Ulysses" by Tennysonj
"Yet all experience is an arch" ,...........,.......................
"I will drink life to the lees" ............................,............
"To follow knowledge like a single star" .....,............
"To strive, to seek, to find" ..................................,......... Harry Palkovitz
Prelude in G sharp minor ..................,.....................................,..............,.........,.. Rachmaninoff
Rena Siegel, Piano
Class Gift ,.......... ...........................,.....,...., ,......................,.............,...,..........,......, J u ne Class, 1957
Edgar Weiss, 1957 john Pillar, 1958
"Go, Song of Mine" .......................,..,............,...,.,.......................,...,.,...,.......................... Cookson
A Cappella Choir
Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
Authorization of Diplomas. ,......... ....,.............,..... ,..... .................,......... D r . Evan W. Ingram
Associate Superintendent, Pittsburgh Public Schools
Presentation of Diplomas ,.........,..............................,... ...,..,.............. M r. J. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
Recessional-"Sons of Liberty" .... ,...,. ..................... ,............ .......... ,...,.,......... M e n d e lssohn
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1957
Proccssional-"Pomp and Circumstance" ........,..,......,.,......,..................,.....,.......,.,....... Elgar
Orchestra-Mr. Walter Voyvodich, Conductor
Invocation ...,.............................,................,................,...,.........,..,........... Reverend C. E. Wright
St. John's Evangelist Church, Hazelwood
Minuet, Farandole from "L'Arlesienne Suite" ...,..,..,,........,..........,...........,..,........,.....,. Bizet
"How Do I Love Thee?" .......,.,.................,.,..........,..,...............,.....,. ,.....,.. L ippe
Ronald L. Pri-ce
Mary Ann DeWaters, Accompanist
Presentation of Flowers ............,....,, ,...,............,,..,........,...,..................., J anuary Class, 1958
Carol Jo Wetzel, 1958 Mary Ann DeWaters, 1957
"Symphony Espagnolen ...,...........,.......................... Q ...................................................,......... Lalo
Murray Levitih, Violin
Rena Siegel, Accompanist
"SOME WORK OF NOBLE NOTE"
fFrom "Ulysses" by Tennysonj
"Yet all experience is an arch" .............................. Charles Ruttenberg
"I cannot rest from travel" ......................,.............,,............ Judy Binstock
"I will drink life to the lees" ..................,..... ........... E linor Grossman
"To strive, to seek, to find" ,.....,...,.......,........... .............. R obert Frank
Largettoj Allegro ..,.....,..,,......................................................... ..........,...............,........ C imarosa
Susan Berger, Oboe
l String Orchestra
Class Gift .................,...........................,...........,.......,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,., ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J une Class, 1957
Wayne Claeren, 1957 Albert Frick, 1958
"Go, Song of Mine" ................,...,.........,........................................,...................,.......,....., Cookson
A Cappella Choir
v g D Mrs, Virginia Lowe, Director
Authorization of Diplomas. ,......... ............................. ,.......,,..... ...... ,...... D r . E van W. Ingram
Associate Superintendent, Pittsburgh Public Schools
Presentation of Diplomas ...........,...,.,................................................ Mr. J. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
Recessional-"March of the Priests" from "Atha1ia" ,.......,,.,,.. ................. M endelssohn
June C ass
High Honor Pupils
Herbert Harvey Applebaum
Evelyn Mae Azen
Saramae Susan Berger
Sonya Maxine Blank
Judith Ann Brauman
Myron David Broff
Mary Ann DeWaters
Lois Gloria Diamond
Robert Wayne Felton
Ruth Lois Fingeret
Robert Neil Frank
Joan Ellen Friedman
Ronna June Friedman
Phyllis Anne Gogniat
Jacqueline Marie Green
Elinor Sue Grossman
Ralph Alan Harris
Nancy Joan Hartmann
Betty Margaret Hindmarsh
Janice Dee Horovitz
Grant David Kalson
Darlene M. Bene
Robert Chaffee Birchard
Stephen Roth Blum
Joseph Marcus Brenner
Irving Leonard Broudy
Edgar R. Burtoft
David Martin Burstin
June Lois Caplan
Wayne Henry Claeren
Janet Elinor Cohen
Sandra Rae Cohen
Murray Tutie Davidson
Stuart Barry Feldman
Harvey Leonard Felser
Robert James Fleishman, Jr.
Ellen Joan Franzos
Richard Stuart Gerson
Harold M. Glick
Marlene Ruth Goldberg
Dolores Ann Hahalyak
Frank L. Hoffman
Jerry F. Johnson
Judith Ann Kaufman
Arnold H. Kaplan
Carol Jean Kirkpatrick
Phyllis M. Katz
Sue J. Kohlhepp
Trudi Linda Leiber
Carol Ann Lemke
Judith Marylyn Loftin
Marsha Louise Lomask
Charlee Wolk Marcus
Elaine Frances Michlin
Patricia Jeanne Miller
Mary T. Molnar
Elene Rae Moretsky
Carol Ruth Nathan
Harry Philip Palkovitz
Marjorie Sue Penn
Marvin Anton Perer
Ronald L. Price
Charles Leslie Ruttenberg
Rena Yetta Siegel
Theodore J. Soltman
Joan Pearl Spisak
Dorothy Lynn Steerman
Veronica Magdalena Tauber
Murray A. Tucker
Doris Mae Young
Sandra Lee Young
Jerome N. Lehman
Sylvia Ruth Levenson
Murray J. Levith
Robert T. Lindner
Mary Catherine Lordeon
James K. Miller
Linda Bette Moskovitz
Margaret Rose Nadzam
Felice Myra Oberman
R. Duane Packard
Mary Louise Pappas
F. William Pastor
Melvin H. Portnoy
Stanley Edwin Rockman
Etta Marilyn Savage
Edith Pepi Sherman
loan Marie Sorg
Richard M. Stein
Tudith Ell.en Strauss
Rachel Marie Sullivan
Edgar Jay Weiss
Gertrude M. Weiss
115 Skippy Kaufman, 125 Carlene Aberman, 135 Faylinda Raffel and Steffie Rosenthal,
145 Dorothy Steerman, 155 Rena Siegel, 165 Phyllis Katz, 175 Wayne Claeren, 185 jackie
Green, 195 Sonya Blank, 1105 Judy Strauss, 1115 Marilyn Beckerman, 1125 Joe Brenner,
1135 Stanley Starrett, 1145 Tema Weiss, 1155 Judy Barad, 1165 Natalie Rosenfeld, 1175
Sheila Zelkowitz, 1185 Rhoda Shear, 1195 Phyllis Lando, 1205 janet Cohen, 1215 Bunny
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FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Sponsor-Mrs. Marjorie Bartrem
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Sponsor-Miss Helen Hilla
GREEN KEY Sponsor-Mr. john Irwin
HAM RADIO CLUB
Sponsor-Mr. Leon Silzle
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
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Sponsor-Miss Helen Sekey
MATH CLUB Sponsor-Mr. Daniel Spillane
PHYSICS CLUB Sponsor-Mr. Lawrence Norris
RED CROSS COUNCIL Sponsor--Miss Laura Zeigler
SCIENCE CLUB Sponsor-Mrs. Nancy Snively
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SENIOR LEADERS Mary Allshouse
JUNIOR LEADERS Sponsor-Miss Eleanor Boland
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAM Sponsor-Miss Allshouse
LIFESAVING Miss Lois Hanshumaker
CHEERLEADERS Sponsor-Mr. Robert Irvin
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Mr. and Mrs. Maury J. Aberman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Ali
Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Applebaum and Sons
Mrs. jettie Ball and Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Myers E. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beckerman
Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. Berger, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Binstock
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Blank
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Bowser
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Broff
Mr. and Mrs. H. Burckin and Family
The Burstin Family
and Mrs. Kenneth Byers
and Mrs. Mason Cannon
M. J. Caplan
H. L. Cassady
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Claeren
Mr. and Mrs. George Cofsky
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen
Esther and Sandy Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cohen and Family
Cohen's Poultry Market
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coles
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Diamondstone
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. DiBello
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Deep and Son
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Eckbreth
Mr. and Mrs. john Edwards, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. joseph Ezykowsky
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Fingeret
Robert J. Fleishman
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. David G. Freedman
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Ross S. Freedman
Jack J. Gerson
Milton Goldstone and Sons
Mr. Benjamin Halpern and Family
Miss Ava Harris
Mrs. Mollie Holtzman
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Hommel
Mr. and Mrs. R. Horovitz and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Jacobson
S. E. Jacobson
Mr. and Mrs. E. Huber Jessop
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I. Kalson
Mrs. Carl Katz
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Katz and Family
Katz's Fish Market
Max E. Kaufman
and Mrs. Max Keyser
and Mrs. Robert L. Kirkpatrick
Leonard Levine and Family
Sol Lurie and Daughters
Mr. William Kish
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Knox
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Kovarsky
Dr. and Mrs. Harry I. Krieger
Dr. and Mrs. David H. Kurtzman
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Lando
Mr. and Mrs. joseph S. Laslo
Mr. and Mrs. Max Latterrnan
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Lemke
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levith
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Levy and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oliver Liberman
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Libson
Dora Littman's Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lomask
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Lucchino
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Malatesta
Mr, and Mrs. Isadore Mandel
Mrs. Rose Margulies
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Timothy G. McTigue
Samuel L. Meyer
Earl M. Miller
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Hartmann
Dr. and Mrs. A. Alan Herring
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hertz
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hindmarsh
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Neft
Dr. and Mrs. Milton E. Nicholson
Mr. Isaac Oberman
Mr. and Mrs. M. George Pappas
Dr. and Mrs. William A. Perer
and Mrs. Bernard Peris
T. F. Pickard
COM PLIMENTS O F
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pinsker
Mrs. M. Pritchard
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabb
Dr. and Mrs. George Raffel
Mrs. Arthur J. Reiber
Sterling J. Robinson
M. E. Romanoff
Abe Rubin and Family
Harry Rubin and Family
H. J. Ruttenberg
S. G. Savage
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Shear
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sherman
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Siegel
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Paul D.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Saul J. Silverman
John Siviy, Jr.
Ben F. Smith
Samuel Smolar and Family
Louis J. Spisak
Leon Stein and Family
Thomas T. Tauber
B. M. Wedner and Jimmy
Mr. James H. Wilson and Son
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Wright and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wytiaz
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Young
Mrs. Ruth Zisman
Joseph and Cynthia Zisman
Compliments of ine
Iblenlf Fine Furnishings
1926 MURRAY AVENUE
Phones: JA 1-3227-JA 1-3228
F. T. A.
last will ants Qliestament
On this day of June nineteenth, nineteen hundred and fifty-
seven, we, the seniors of 317, being of sound mind and body, do
hereby bequeath to the next group of students to follow in our
footsteps: one slightly aged homeroom, one foster mother-Miss
Mitchell, and a senior year just as great as ours has been.
Signed, sealed, and delivered:
Best Wishes f rom Homero Om 363
MARY LOU SUSKA
MARY ANN YAREMKO
12 A HOMEROOM 360
JO ELLEN SAX
Congratulations from the members of
to their graduating members
MARY ANN DeWATERS-Student Director
MURRAY LEVITH--Vice President, Concertmaster
HOMEROOM 2 2 2
VICTOR COHEN BARBARA DiBELLO
FRANK DeSTOUT DONNA KELLEHER
ROLF DITTFIELD GWENDOLYN KESSLER
IRVING LATTERMAN PHYLLIS LANDO
LAWRENCE LEWIS ARLENE LEVINE
STANLEY LINDNER SANDRA MANDEL
BERNARD MARKOVITZ WILMA ONDO
JACK MAZUR DIANA RAPHAEL
DEE JAY OSHRY MAXINE ROMANOFF
WILLIAM REINWASSER GERRY SACK
MURRAY ZATMAN RHODA SHEAR
ESTELLE SMOLAR SUSAN SMITH
iDea'iwtea' to Our Gmcluatifzg fllembers
ICTORY A Z A
Jerry Levin Stanley Perilman
Richard Gerson Bernard Pinsker
Frank Hoffman Melvin Portnoy
Marvin Perer Myron Salamon
"Let us go out into the world and dedicate ourselves to truth,
to honor, to virtue and to justiceg thus we hasten the day when all
men will acknowledge the common brotherhood of man and the
common fatherhood of God."
to the Qrattaating Classey
THE ISALY DAIRY CO.
Milk- Cream Ice Cream Buffer
3380 BOULEVARD OF THE ALLIES
PITTSBURGH 13. PA.
For Om' Gmmlzlaughlef'
JUDITH ANN LEADERER
C omplimems of
STA R SUPER
"Famous For Meats"
The Graduating Class 0 f
will have many fond memories of its students so keen
Teacher-Mr. John B. Melvin
Mary Ann Ezykowsky
Ellen Sue Kaufman
Mary Kay VVeaver
The Alephs of
msn to extend congratulations and best wishes for
continued success to the graduating classes o f 1957
and to its own graduating members.
Norman Belle fPresidentj
Extends its Congratulations to the
and to ItS OWN Graduating Members
Mary Louise Kovacs
C omplimenzs of the
IRV BROUDY DAVE SUMMERS
MANNY MORGAN HARRY PALKOVITZ, President
JIM HOECHSTETTER KENNETH ZACKS, Vice President
JOHN HOLCOMB CHARLES NEWMAN, Secretary
DON KREIGER ROY RESKIN, Treasurer
EDDIE COLLINS HOWARD SCHVVARTZ
HARVEY RUBENSTEIN RICHARD GERSON
NEIL CARTIFF BOB LEVINSON
JAMES GARTH BOB LANGAL
CHARLES MARSHALL, JR. BILL YALCH
PHILLIP BRONNER ROBERT REICHER
RICHARD ZVOCH NELSON SOLOW
HOMERO OM 30 2
STEEL STRAPPING COMPANY
S. N. Salomon, Dist. Mgr.
2316-7 GRANT BUILDING
PITTSBURGH 19 PENNX
1957 DRAMATIC ENGLISH
'I' We Have Lost Our Lease ak
We must be OUT by June 10
Suitable 32-chair apartment-It's an outright give-away
Semi Sealed Bids I0 us kids.
SAMSON BUICK CO.
FORWARD AND MURRAY AVENUES
PITTSBURGH 17, PENNSYLVANIA
THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR
wishes io extend sincere congratulations
to its graduating rnenibers
Betts Ann Poore
Ellen Sue Kaufman
Bidding farewell to the school we adore-
That wonderful homeroom three hundred and four 5
Miss Winch has led us through years of fame,
Below we"ve listed every name:
WILLIAM R. FREEMAN
South Side Packing Company
6526 HAMILTON AVENUE
Quality Beef, Veal, and Lamb
Mr. Hyman Rosen, Proprietor
KIWANIS CLUB OF
extemls best wishes to the members of the
January and Jane Classes.
The Staff members who have graduated are:
GERRY RUTH SACH
Now that it's June, we all mast partg
It's not the endg but just the start.
MISS ESTHER GEIST
C omplimenls 0 f Graduating
MISS CHARLOTTE BEACHLER
Slenderella International Salons
The WorZa's Leading Slemierizing System
"Your Figure Can Be Made
The Size It Ought To Be"
FREE TRIAL VISIT
1107 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUIIDING
THE 1957 ALLDERDICE
312 BOULEVARD OF THE ALLIES
HILL S STUDIO
214 N. HIGHLAND AVENUE
JXFA YER PRESS
A 235 COLLINS AVENUE
Compliments of the M. M. M. Club
JO ELLEN SAX
ongmtulcztions and Best Wz'5hes
GRAD UATING CLASSES
ROOM 3 5 5
David Aliskowitz David Cohen
Dan Armstrong James Cohen
Rose Marie Bacinsky Philip Cooper
Georgiann Batko Mary Ann DeVVaters
Darlene Bene Bob Diamondstone
Susan Berger Diana Eddins
Dian Berry Harold Glick
Mark Bertenthal Lewis Goldhammer
Bob Birchard Patty Hirschfield
Kit Blanner Jerry Lehman
Tim Bober Marlene Ratkiewicz
Don Boreman Lester Shapiro
Ed Burtoft Richard Sherrill
Gloria Cannon Jean Showers
Lee Cassady Frances Soltez
Barney Chepenik Pat Spernak
D I N T Y
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M en'5 Ufear
1725 MURRAY AVENUE
R O O M 3 5 l
2030 MURRAY AVENUE
HICKS VARIETY STORE
Paints Toys Hardware
206 SALINE STREET
JAckson 1-9840 JAckson 1-9910
Julius Bobiak, Prop.
CHURCHILL MEAT CO.
Gift Steak Specialists
Compliments of the
SENIOR LEADERS CLUB
Real Estate-Insurance - ,
, Appraisals-Rentals C ompliim nts
SPIRO REALTY COMPANY
2000 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA. LINTON'S
MR. and MRS. R. W. YOUNG
1912 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
jAckson 1-1122 JAckson 1-5188
-IUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
SCHOOL OF DANCING
THE AMERICAN JEWISH
Pittsburglfs Most Quoted
1037 FORBES STREET
PITTSBURGH 19, PA.
2711 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
-IAckson 1-9836 HAze1 1-5700
FRANK MEN'S WEAR
5816 FORBES STREET
"Next to the Bank"
HOUSE OF BEAUTY
GRant 1-4776 or 1-4777
Immediate Interviews for
Employment After Graduation
Z18 Empire Building 507 Liberty Avenue
- Pittsburgh 22, Pa.
jEANNE'S DRESS SHOP
FORBES ST. SQUIRREL HILL
"Always the Smartest"
Tuesday and Thursday 'til 9
245 FOURTH AVENUE
FADS and FASHIONS
for Dresses and Sportswear
1923 MURRAY AVENUE
HAZELWOOD RADIO 81
Radio - TV - Appliance
Sales - Service
E. Novak, Proprietor
HAzel 1-8854 HAze1 1-1995
of vt .
DR. and MRS. ,MR -HHQMRS.
ISADOR PACI-ITMAN SFEVE BME, JR-
of In lzonor of foni's graduation
DR. and MRS.
MR. and MRS. N. A. SIDLOW
MR. and MRS.
IRVING C. BRENNER
MR. and MRS. SAM CAPLAN
daughters Sandra Ann and Rochelle
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH L. FRIEDMAN
MR. and MRS. JACOB LEVINSON
JOHN L. and
CECILIA K. RICHARDS
wishes to extend congratulations to
the graduating classes of 1957
MR. and MRS.
JACK A. MORRIS
SAUL PERLMAN CO.
General Insurance and Life Insurance
The Senior Distributive Education Class of Taylor Allder-
dice High School would like to extend its sincere congratulations
and best wishes to the entire graduating classes of 1957.
JOHN HULL PRISCILLA PLENDERLEITI-I
MARIE BARNETTE DONALD MANFREDI
VIRGINIA BELLIS ALLEN MCKINNEY
LEONARD BROWDIE MARY ANN MIHALYO
MARLENE EVANK SHIRLEY SCAIFE
JANICE FORD BEATRICE SIMANOVICH
MARSHALL GOLDBERG JANET STRELLA
ILA HAAS LUCILLE SZOLIS
IRWIN KLEIN JUDY WEINSTEIN
Did you ever wonder why certain things appear in Allderdice that no other
schools possess? Here are some answers to your many questions.
"The Wall"-The seniors had to have some place to sit--didn't they?
"The Annex"-After all, the junior school is entitled to Allderdice as much
as the seniors.
"Telephones in Homeroomsu-The poor seniors were wearing out so many
pairs of shoes taking the elevator down to the first floor, these 'phones were in-
stalled out of sheer pity.
l'Teachers"-Although Allderdice could have survived quite nicely without
them, the student body felt the need of supervision.
"Cafeteria"-T-his is truly the greatest asset of all. Caviar, pheasant under
glass, baked alaska, and many other delicacies are all offered at moderate prices.
"Foreword"-The students had a need for a bit of subtle wit, interspersed
throughout their intellectual courses of study.
"Flagpole"--Built especially for the overflow of students from the wall.
"Clubs"-To keep all juvenile delinquents out of the halls.
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