Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1958
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The A llderdice
Allderdice is the gateway to learning.
Learning is the gateway to success.
Success builds our city.
Published jointly by the Seniors of
the january and june Classes of 1958
The TaylorA llderd ice H igh School
SHADY AND FORWARD AVENUES
Two Growing Cities
Allderdice is a city-a miniature brick and marble metropolis with its
own government, citizens, and problems. In thirty-one years this scholastic
community has progressed, expanded, and improved. For its objective All-
derdice has equipped thousands of its citizens to face the world beyond the
school gates. Each graduating class has contributed to the growth of All-
derdice and has, in turn, boosted the educational standards of this .school.
In Pittsburgh, the city which houses their alma mater, many alumni
have chosen to remain t-o build their lives. These professional people, busi-
ness men, and craftsmen wish to aid the growth of the Steel City as they
earlier aided the growth of their 'high school. In contributing to Pittsburgh
progress, these young men and women are furthering two hundred years of
This year, Pittsburgh is celebrating its bicentennialg in two centuries
a city with giant mills, steel-ribbed bridges, and gleaming skyscrapers has
risen from a mere colonial fort. Allderdice, a Pittsburgh on a smaller scale,
owes much to the city that erected the school. Thus, in THE ALLDERDICE of
1958, the yearly chr-onicle of a student town, the students would like to com-
memorate the Bicentennial. In this volume, the 1958 Allderdice senior class
will express its pride in the prosperous City of Three Rivers-a city which
has made such phenomenal strides in two hundred years and which is con-
tinuing, even now, to move forward.
Allderdice Is the Gatewa
Allderdice is the gateway to learning. Beyond the lofty flagpole at the
front of the building, six massive Ionic pillars reach up to support six
words etched in stone. Sharp Roman letters spell out, "Know Something,
Do Something, Be Somethingf' To enter this house of learning, these words
imply, the youth must desire to learn. To pass through this gateway is a
privilege. Here begins the youth's training for experiences in adult life.
All who enter Allderdice are aware of problems brewing in the world out-
side-an explosive world, whose very foundations rock in the face of giant
missile firings and satellite launchings. Students here learn to face the
Beyond the sheltering hall of education stands the unkindled brazier
of the future, awaiting the scientists, laborers, and homemakers who will
bring fresh fuel. These future-builders bear the flame of creativity. In
school, mathematics or biology may have kindled the flame, art or mechanical
drawing may have sparked the fire. Perhaps a love for social science
has awakened the desire to learn diplomacy, a science so essential in the
quest for peace. Perhaps a particularly stimulating chemistry course has
inspired new scientists and men of medicine. Allderdice may breed the
embryo of a career in music. Behind magnificent stained-glass windows,
young men and women will sing in harmony, just as they did in the Allder-
dice choir. Consequently, a youth rich in high school experiences will find
it easy to face and to keep bright the dazzling fires of the future.
A student's formal education may not terminate at Allderdice. He may
dream of college. Envisioned in every college-bound student's mind, the ivied
campus may beckon. Vocational guidance received in Allderdice may have
pointed the way to college. Aptitude tests hint at the future of each
An Allderdice student may become a builder or a mill-worker. His
high school training will have taught him the value of earnest effort, of thrift,
and of dependability. lVatching rivers of fire cascade into tremendous ingots,
the working youth will realize his part in the plan of the growing future.
Moreover, he will appreciate the part his school has played in helping him grow.
Learning Is the Gatewa
l.czu'u1ng is thc gatcxyay tn succcss. 'l'ln'uugh cclucatinu, thc inmliyiclual
mccmucs equipped tu see thc beauty ui cycryclay living. This insight, bring-
ing varicty tn an utlicrwisc luunchum cxistcncc, nialqcs liic cnjuyablc. Cun-
tcntnicnt is a precious ingredient ul succcss. Music. art, and litcralurc arc
lllCllllS tn cuntcntuicnt. lfclucatinn. thc basis for apprcciatiun, brings thc arts
into thc rcahn ui unclcrstancliug. 'l'hc must csscntial yaluc nl lcarniug is
thc ability tu scc thc bcst way nl lilc. .Xu cclucatcfl person can pursuc this
way nl hlc with a clear unncl. llc may cliuusc a crcccl tn bclicyc ancl tu
lnlluw as lung as he wishes.
lfnriuing his own upiniuns, thc lcaruccl man gains sclf-satisfaction. This
rcassurancc giycs a man strength tu incct any obstacles in thc way ul sucs
ccss, Only in thc uiincl ui thc well-trainccl inzliviclual can strcugth tu succccll
bc born. This clrivc. this initiatiyc, this iuipulsc tn attain goals can manu-
lacturc cuuugh cncrgy In crcatc a uuiycrsc-Y -:1 univcrsc built nu thc inuumlaf
tinus ul lcarniug.
Success Builds Uur City
Pittsburgh is the product of success. In this city of steel, enterprising
men have amassed fortunes. As these leaders of industry have prospered.
so has their city. A prime example of this mutual success between man and
his city is the story of Henry John Heinz. From a youth raking his vege-
table garden in Sharpsburg, Heinz eventually founded a multi-million dollar
vegetable preserves business. Today products rolling down the bottling line
at the huge North Side factory are shipped all over the globe. Heinz, an
internationally known name, has brought recognition to Pittsburgh as the
home of the nation's food preserves.
Other men have thus rewarded Pittsburgh, the cradle of their success.
One man, Andrew Carnegie, has become the idol of ambitious youth. Not
even an American by birth, Carnegie first worked in Allegheny City as a
bobbin boy for S120 a week. S-oon advancing to minor positions on the tele-
graph lines and the railroads, Carnegie began to envision a new future ahead.
He later organized the Keystone Bridge Works, which built the first iron
bridge over the Ohio. Carnegie then went into iron and steel. Combining
eight important steel firms into the mammoth Carnegie Steel Company, this
Pittsburgher had increased the value of his business to S500,000,000 by 1901.
Carnegie had crowned his city the steel capital of the world.
Another of the greatest builders of Pittsburgh was Andrew Mellon.
A native of the steel city, this banker's son entered his father's business after
graduating from the University of Pittsburgh. During the course of his
business career, the younger Mellon enlarged the bank, formed the Union
Trust Company, -organized the Gulf Oil Corporation, and established the
Pittsburgh Coal Company. His heirs, too, built m-onuments of their own.
In the middle of humming, metropolitan Downtown Pittsburgh, for example,
stands a fresh garden spot, Mellon Square. VVhat native Pittsburgher does
not marvel at the wide marble stairs and the glimmering fountains illumi-
nated at night?
Men such as Professors Lewis Bradley and James A. Keeler, suc-
cesses in the field of science, pioneered t-he building and the maintenance of
Allegheny Observatory. The most recent city builder is Dr. Jonas Salk.
creator of a poli-o vaccine. ln Pittsburgh have originated the rays of hope
that this crippling disease may be thwarted all over the nation.
Thus, success may build the mang but a truly successful man can build
a city, as the great progress of Pittsburgh indicates.
The T ituu 3' Duughter
The tita'n's daughter rises out of the white-'hot flames of steel.
Three placid, blue rivers adorn her tunic.
Robed in the green of her parks and the silver of her skyscrapers,
This vision of the future holds her head high.
With her coming, the storm-clouds have dissolved.
Her ruby gaze reflects the clearness of the heavens.
She lifts her graceful arms.
In a flourish of fire, she sets free her winged heralds-atom-powered rockets.
Into the skies the rockets zoom,
Singing praises to their mistress with the thunder of their exhausts.
A twinkling diadem of atoms sits upon her divine head,
VVhile at her feet stand her sons and daughters.
We are these so-ns and daughters.
VV hile we are sheltered beneath the white columns of learning now,
VVe shall build the future envisioned in our dreams.
Then, when we have passed through all the gateways to our dreams,
Our goddess of the future will become real.
The Father 0 f the Future
Gazing -out -over the nation,
The -mighty colossus flexes muscles of steel.
His lifeblood surges in three silver arteries toward his throbbing heart at
He fixes his sapphaire eye on 't'he skies,
The clouds gathering about his brow.
In furious torrents the rain pours down.
Like an organ that peals throughout an echoing cathedral,
The giant mo-oks 'the storm.
His voluminous voice drowns out the thunder.
Then, -his iron fingens reach into the clouds.
He snatches -the jagged lightning and hurls it in huge, flashing
over 'his rivers.
The lightning bolts, stuck fast, remain as bridges.
Spewing a fountain of molten steel from his furnace mouth,
He cups his hands to catch it-he fiery liquid.
He whirls t'hi-s white-'hot steel in-to a sphere.
With a -powerful stroke, t'he titan flings the flaming ball upward.
Flying heavenward, the gleaming mass splashes falling sparks.
VV'here 'these sparks touch t'he earth below,
New buildings, new mills, new sc-hools spring up.
The burning steel globe continues its flight upward.
Up through the storm-clouds hurls t'he incandescent mass-
Up through the clear skies above.
Out 'of this steel fire the future is born.
Grander, more powerful than its giant parent,
The new future shines,
A shooting star in the eastern heaven of hopes.
It is with sincerest gratitude that we, the January
and june classes of 1958, dedicate this yearbook to
Mr. James D. Mcfflymonds. His earnest supervision
has led us through the gateway to learning-toward a
richer, fuller maturity. Perhaps we shall remember
him hest not as a supervisor, but as a dear friend.
Now that he is leaving Allderdice, we wish him a
future of happiness.
Gateways to the Future
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Flesh and Steel
Al-on-e upon a hill, I stand in my city. My city is built of steel. Below
me the seething steel mill hurls spears of flame from its fiery depths into
the deep black universe of night. Glowing orange bars of pig iron lie at the
grey sides of the mill. I know the outside walls of the mill are but a thin
shell concealing violence and turmoil within. Ethereal vapors of scalding
steam rising from bubbling baths and vats give an unreal feeling to the
shadowy world. Here in this semi-darkness gases swirl. A blast furnace
is opened to test the steel. The white-hot, luminiscent lake of steel is dimmed
and crusted by impure red slag floating on top. Gliding a long-handled
spoon -expertly over the surface, a worker with thick goggles skims off the
dully glowing crust. Pure, free steel remains. A brew -of strength, con-
jured up to power a city, a nation, a world, cooks and bubbles. Suddenly
with a roar and a hiss, the violently boiling steel pours from the confines of
the vats. The hot-gold river rushes turbulently through narrow channels.
Showers of sparks tumble to the floor like miniature stars.
A gritty wave of heat blasts particles into my skin. Seared by the in-
tense brilliancy, my eyes sting. The acrid smell of sulphur engulfs me,
causing my head to ache and spin. My :blood steams within me. Dazzled,
my whirling brain fuses blood and steel. We are one. Wildly sings the
steel through my body, "I am power. I am strength. I am Pittsburgh."
VV ith quiet strength the 'teacher stands
Up-on her spacious mvound.
Surrounded by -a carpet green,
She gazes all around.
She's stalwart in her dignity-
A soldier armed in whiiteg
A symbol of our freedom, 'she's
An everlasting light.
Her silent voice cries out to all,
"Come enter now wmy gates,
For time is slh-ort and all is l-ost
To him who hesitates.
Accept what I shlall teach you now,"
Commands the giantess.
"When you -have truly learned, I vow,
Vou'll surely meet success.
Bring all your wishes, hopes, and dreamsg
And be sincere wiftlh me.
Then in exchange, I'll teach you how
'To know, to do, to be'."
Q- Q C!EIlen Qlarnle ibnbenstein
.. I :V 7 .PXUGUST 7, 19-10
1 JULY 12, 1957
jllilarcia Zinan Jllililler
MAY 29, 1940
Dlcclamlslck 5, 1957
Your lost friends are not dead. but gone before
Advanced at stage or two upon that ruzul
NVl1ic11 you must travel in the steps they trod.
Sponsor-Miss Diantha W. Riddle
LITERARY EDITORS CARD SALE
Edit01'Z Nelson Orringer Susan Ferber
Associate Editors: Froni Biggard, Eleanor Ruth Odle
Finkelpearl, Marianne Male
Editors: Shirley Tucker, Susan Berger
Associate Editors: Marna Glantz, Ruth Goldberg, Linda Greenberg, Michael Lando,
Louise Margules, Esther Pascal, Roberta Wolk
Editors: Jo Ann Lerner, Maryl Conwisher
Associate Editors: Miriam Prizent, William
Reinfeld, Elaine Tarmy
Editor: Phyllis Reifer D
Associate Editors: Reva Greenberg, Carol Hoffman, Richard
Kopka, Sandra Steinitz, Fayenola Zalmon
THE JOURNAL STAFF
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Art work under the direction of Miss Catherine Eisaman.
MR. J. D. MCCLYMONDS
Junior-Senior High School
Four years ago you came here with the
goal of graduation. During your stay here
you have met the requirements for a high
school diplomag and now that you are about
to graduate, your teachers join with me in
wishing you success in whatever you do in
-I. D. MCCLYMONDS
MISS LEANORE ALLEN
Junior High School
DR. HAL C. TEAL, Vice Principal
Taylor Allderdice Senior High School
When you entered Allderdice a few short years ago,
yours was one of the new faces that appear each
semester to take the place of those who have graduated.
Now, as you graduate, Allderdice becomes the reposi-
tory of the aims, ideals, and traditions that you in-
herited from them and whose development you have
helped to foster, Each of you has acquired something
from those who preceded youg each of you contributes
something as he leaves. Again new faces will appear
to take the place of you who are graduating.
We who remain shall remember your contributions
with loyalty and prideg we shall guard and develop
them. In the future as you carry the memory of
Allderdice with you, we hope that you will be inspired
by her motto: Know Something, Do Something, Be
-HAL C. TEAL
Miss laura H. Zeiglcr
Miss lclell li. lYilson Miss Kathryn R. Mcliilmey
Smzior Iytifllllflllltll Coznzsvlor .ldz'i.vv1' to Sviziof' Cffrls
Mr. Roy 0. McGz1l1Cy Miss Kay ixilillilffilll
.l1u11'm' Vorafimzal ClJl!1l.Yt'IlJI' .lf1'f'i.vi'1' to flflllllll' fiirls'
Miss lsziliel T. Klllll
Mrs. Mzirgztrct G. Kieffer
Mrs. lleleu li. Mikulzt
Mrs. Ruth Piper
Mrs. .Xiistiiizi Brzifllcy
Mrs. Ncllc XY2liiCl'S
F acult Members
Miss Catherine M. Eisaman, Mrs. Margaret R. Fulton, Miss Olivia Koenig, Miss D'Anne
Dr. Earl H. Burgard, Mr. Joseph Dielsi, Miss Virginia Freeman, Miss Margaret A.
Hanrahan, Mr. John B. Melvin, Mr. Donald G. Miller, Miss Katharine Skarinski, Miss
Margaret L. Winch
Mr. Howard O. Barnes
Miss Theodora Arvanitas, Mrs. Marjorie H. Bartrem, Mrs. Della R. Braun, Mr. Peter
Costantino, Miss Edith N. Finegold, Mrs. Phyllis Gaynes, Mrs. Fannetta N. Gordon,
Miss Helen B. Gorman, Mrs. Mary Jo Groppe, Miss Rose D. Hartz, Miss Helen H. Hillard,
Mrs. Natalie Miller, Miss Nancy J. Montgomery, Miss Mary P. O'Toole, Miss Elaine E.
Pelaez, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Porter, Miss Diantha W. Riddle, Mr. Joseph C. Thompson.
Miss Elizabeth Warnock, Mr. Regis B. Wiegand
H oinc Economics
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Mrs. Margaret N. Bush, Mrs. Helen S. Frankenstein, Mrs.
Jenoise W. Leon, Mrs. June C. Mclsaac, Mrs. Alouise H. Ramsay
I nduxtrial A rt:
Mr. Jerome F. Cosgrove, Mr. Joseph Foytick, Mr. Lloyd K. Lloyd, Mr. William 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 Elizabeth W.
Klingensmith, Mr. William H. Levin, Mr. Charles T. Roller, Miss Helen Sekey, Mrs.
Maxine E. Whedbee
Mrs. Ellen Katron, Mrs. Mary S. Meals, Miss Gertrude L. Oetting
Mr. Edward J. Caye, Mrs. Mildred Dillon, Mr. James F. Foerster, Miss Catherine R.
Folger, Miss Elizabeth J. Hand, Miss Martha J. Kunkle, Mr. Ralph E. Mason, Mr.
Kenneth A. McCurdy, Miss Alice L. Phipps, Mr. Daniel P. Spillane, Miss Edith M. Starz,
Mr. Robert C. Trumbull, Miss Ethel F. Turner, Mr. Martin F. Valenti, Dr. Wesley J.
Wagner, Miss Mary Ann Wingerson
Mr. Roy F. Dietz, Mrs. Virginia C. Lowe, Mrs. Dorothy J. Meyer, Mr. Walter B. Voyvodich
Miss Mary H. Allshouse, Miss -Eudice Berman, Miss Eleanor T. Boland, Miss Lois J.
Hanshumaker, .Mr. John H. Irwm, Mrs. Emma Massarelli, Mr. John J. McNertney, Mr.
Claude W. Sofield, Mr. Louis H. Weitzel
acuity Mem bers
MJ, Rixbluy -I. lluckctt. Miss .XIIIIC
Mr. Roilxwt XY. lrviil, Miss jane S.
Norris, Mr. Miltim Ruth. Mr. Liililfik'
Miss Frances H. .-Xznimii, Mrs. .Xlirc
Beacliler, Mr. Murris IQ. Heck. Mr.
Geist, Mr. Eclxrin Harr. Miss Ami
Hllllillll, Miss lluris I.. Ilcil, Miss Milclrccl Himlcrcr.
jolmstim, Miss lk-rthzi S. lirugcr. Mr. I.awI'e1irc H.
4 VI. Ruutli, Mrs. Xzmry I.. Snivcly, Mrs. 'Iam' S. Young
j. Aclziiiis. Miss Luiiisc Il. Iinrtliul, Miss Chmluttc R.
Samucl Blitz, Mr. Rolzuul J. Gzmrgzmi. Miss I.. Esther
Kasliitz, Miss Bertha U. Mitchell, Mr. Nrirniau XY.
Mulgravc, Dr. ,-Xnuzi M. Qiiattrocclii. Miss Leila H. Rupp, Mr. fivrrit Tlirmriic, Miss jcssic
M. XYl1itL-hill. Miss Hcryl j. Zeiglvr
Mrs, Mary .Kilim lfggcrl
Dr. Yiolct Kidd
Mr. C4i12ll'iCS if. Iiivtz
Miss Cathuriiic Spcrzliicc
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Susanne Audrey Berger
Melvin Simon Bochner
Carolyn Cynthia Fierst
Kenneth Harold Kantrowitz
Richard William Kopka
Stephen james Lippard
john A. Pillar
Elaine Marcia Tarmv
Kenneth Ivan Zacks
Neil Martin Cartiff
Carolyn Mae Fatkin
Carol Judith Hoffman
Carol Ann Kusko
Jo Ann Lerner
Barry Richard Sims
Gerald M. Sokolow
Sheldon N. Topp
Stephen Robert Young
Mr. Alex Seigal-225
Dr. Wesley Wagner-252
Mr. joseph Thompson-404
Mr. Howard Barnes-405
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RACHEL L. AMERICUS-Senior Class Prom Committee: Fore-
word Representative 9th-11th Grades: 214 Office Staff: Hall Patrol:
Future Nurses of America: Chorale: Chorus 5: Ensemble: All-City
EMILY E. BAKANIC-Homeroom Treasurer 11th Grade: Y-Teens:
Student Library Staff: Square Dance Club: Today's Business Girls:
Volley Ball: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
PATSY ANN BENNETT-Senior Class Social Committee: Hotne-
room Secretary, 12th Grade: Treasurer, 9th Grade: Service Club:
Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
SUSANNE AUDREY BERGER - Senior Class Day Committee:
Student Coun-cil Representative: Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief:
journal Staff: Discussion Club: Debate Team: Entre Nous: Class
Play Cast: Pittsburgh Advertising Club Award: Civic Club Test:
EDITH I. BERNSTEIN-Foreword Representative, llth Grade:
Library Representative, 10th Grade: Hall Patrol: M.M.M.: Today's
MARLENE BINDER-Senior Class Gift Committee: Student Coun-
cil Alternate, IZB: Service Club: Drivers Training: Y-Teens: Stu-
dent Library Staff: l.ibrary Typist: Today's Business Girls: Gregg
Shorthand and Typing Awards
GARY T. BLACKBURN - Square Dance Club: Industrial Arts
MELVIN S. BOCHNER-Senior Class Publicity Committee: Home-
room President, 9A: Student Council Publicity Committee: Foreword
Staff: Journal Staff: Senior Discussion Club: United Nations Club:
Intramural Basketball: Volley Ball: Art Awards-B'nai B'rith, Gold
Key, National Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor
BETTY L. BRENTLEY-Senior Class Social Committee: Library
Representative: Future Nurses of America: Chorus 5:
Hockey: Basketball: Soccer: Volley Ball: Shield Award, 1957
NANCY A. BUBEL-Homeroom Secretary, 10th Grade: Treasurer.
12th Grade: Distributive Education
RICHARD L. CAGLE-Softball: Soccer: Basketball: Athletic Let-
ters: Gregg Typing Award
PAUL CAMERON-Foreword Representative, 10A-llA: Library
Representative, llB: Drivers Training: Qualitative Analysis Class
LYNDA R. CAPLAN - Homeroom Library Representative, llth
Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Future Nurses of America
RITA G. CARTER-Future Nurses of America: Hockey: Softball:
Volley Ball: Athletic Letters
NEIL MARTIN CARTIFF-Senior Class Prom Committee: Home-
room Vice-President, llA: Treasurer, l2A: Student Council Repre-
sentative, IIB: Senior Chess Club: Physics Club: Discussion Club:
United Nations Club: Track: Intramural Basketball: Volley Ball'
PAUL F. CHORBA, JR.-Senior Class Gift Committee: Senior Chess
Club: Drivers Training: Usher Staff: American Legion Award:
D.A.R. Honor Guard
LOUIS COFFEY--Senior Class Day Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, llth Grade: Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Senior
Life Saving: Band 5: Track
ERNEST R. DI PIETRO, JR. W Senior Class Gift Committee:
LINDA JOYCE DOMIANO -- Senior Class Social Committee:
Homeroom Secretary, 10th-llth Grades: Treasurer, llth-12th Grades:
Student Council Representative: Library Representative, 10th-llth
Grades: Hall Patrol: Service Club: Drivers Training: Square Dance
Club: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
JOAN M. EPSTEIN-Hall Patrol: Today's Business Girls: Bul-
letin Distributor: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
CAROLYN MAE FATKIN-Senior Class Day -Committee: Home-
room Vice-President, IZB: Secretary, IOA: Student Council: Usher
Staff: Service Club: Y-Teens: Today's Business Girls: Hockey:
Volley Ball: American Legion Award: Gregg Shorthand and Typing
Awards: Civic Club Test: Honor Student
CAROLYN C. FIERST-Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade: Fore-
word Representative, llth Grade: Library Representative, 10th
Grade: Hall Patrol: Future Nurses of America: United Nations
Club: Book Club: Entre Nous: Chorus 4: Civic Club Test: High
GERRY T. FIREK-Advanced Mechanical Drawing
RICHARD H. FOX - Senior Class Day Committee: Homeroom
President, llA-IZB: Vice-President, llB: Treasurer, 10th Grade:
Hall Patrol: College Club: Drivers Training: Intramural Basket-
ball: Volley Ball: Special Shop Foreman: Honor Student
FRANCES FREEDMAN-Senior Class Prom Committee: Home-
room Secretary, lZB: Hall Patrol: Today's Business Girls: Intra-
mural Volley Ball: Softball: Basketball
ALBERT FRICKHVice-President, Senior Class: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9A, IOA, llB, l2B: Vice-President, 9B, IOB, llA, IZA: Physics
Club: Football: Track: Football Letter: D.A.R. Honor Guard:
Honorable Mention i11 American Legion Award: Safety Award
CHARLES M. GIFFEN-Usher Staff
STANLEY GOLDSTEIN-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room President, l0A: Secretary, 9A: Projection Club: Stamp Club'
Camera Club: intramural Basketball, Softball, Swimming
JACK GRAY-Square Dance Cluhg Science Clubg Cross Country
MARIANNE HAGER-Senior Class Prom Committee: Homeroom
Vice-President, l0Bg Foreword Representative, 1lBg Senior Life-
savingg Rhythmic Swimg Orchestra 35 S-oftballg Volley Ball
MICHAEL R. HALAHAN-Senior Chess Clubg Student Library
Staffg Swimming Team
CORA P. HAYES-Basketballg Volley Ballg Hockeyg Mushball
GLORIA D. HAYES - Senior Class Prom Committeeg Library
Representative, 1UAg Future Nurses of Americag F.T.A.g Student
Library Staffg Basketballg Hockeyg Volley Bally Contour Drawing
WILLIAM DEAN HILE, JR Senior Class Prom Committee
Homeroom Treasurer, 9Bg Hall Patrolg Senior Chess Clubg Or-
chestrag Intramural Basketball
CAROL JUDITH HOFFMAN - Senior Class Social Committee:
Homeroom Vice-President, IOAQ Library Representative: F.T.A.:
Journal Staff: Senior Discussion: Class Play Publicity
Chairmang Honor Student
ROWLAND K. JONES-Senior Chess Club: Projection Clubg Stage
Crew Managerg Band lg Electric Shop Foreman: Class Play Cast
ABBY JOSSELSON - Senior Class Day Committeeg Foreword
Representative. 10th-12th Grades: Senior Chess Clubg College Club:
Future Nurses of Americag Senior Discussion Cluibg Book Club'
Spanish Cluhg Orchestra 3
ROBERT KALASZAIndustrial Arts Award
CHRISTINE KAMBERIS-Senior Class Prom Committeeg Home-
room President, l1Ag Hall Patrolg Y-Teensg Square Dance Club'
Hockeyg Basketballg Softballg Volley Ballg Gregg Typing Award
KENNETH H. KANTROWITZ-Senior Class Publicity Committeeg
Homeroom Vice President, 12th Gradeg Journal Staff: Wood Carv-
ing Clubg Senior Lifesavingg United Nations Clubp Varsity Swim-
ming: Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball: Kiwanis Club Most
Valuable Swimmer Awardg State Semi-Final Swimming Champion-
shipg Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
FRED KAUFMAN-Senior Class Social Committee: Homeroom
President, l2A: Vice President. IZB: Treasurer, llA: Student Coun-
cil Representativeg Senior Chess Clubg Projection Clubg Intramural
MARCIA GAYLE KAUFMANN-Hall Patrolg Future Nurses of
America Club, Square Dance Clubg Today's Business Girls, Basket-
ballg Volley Ball, Mushball
MARY ANN KAVCHAK-Senior Class Gift Committee, Home-
room President, 9th-10th Gradesg Vice President, llBg Hall Patrol,
Future Nurses of America, Square Dance Clubg Today's Business
Girlsg Volley Bally Hockey, Basketballg Gregg Shorthand and Typ-
CAROL L. KELSESKY-Foreword Representative, l2Ag Today's
Business Girls, Gregg Typing Awardg Distrihutive Education
KARL KIM-Intramural Basketball, American Legion Award, Ath-
letic Letter, Gerwig Service Awardg Honor Student
PAUL T. KNOWLSON-Library Representative, 1lA, l2Bg Drivers
RICHARD W. KOPKA-Senior Class Gift Committee, Homeroom
Vice President, 9Ag Secretary, l0th Grade, Treasurer, l0Ag Fore-
word Representativeg Hall Patrol, Senior Student Council, Cor-
responding Secretaryg College Clubg Drivers Training, journal Staffg
Physics Club, Student Library Staff, American Legion Awardg
D.A,R. History Award, Civic Club Testg Commencement Speaker'
High Honor Student
JOEL L. KRAKOFF-Intramural Basketball, Softball, Swimming
ANNA MAY KUSKO-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Gradeg Hall Pa-
trolg Senior Leadersg Y-Teensg Slimnasticsg Captain in Volley Ball,
Hockey, Basketball, and Softball, American Legion Awardg Athletic
CAROL ANN KUSKO-Senior Class Social Committeeg Home-
room Secretary, 10th Grade: Treasurer, ll-12th Gradesg Foreword
Representativeg Service Clubg Senior Leadersg Y-Teensg Hockeyg
Softballg Basketballg Volley Ballg Athletic Awardg Gregg Short-
hand and Typing Awardg Honor Student
ROBERT LANGOL-Homeroom Vice President, 9A, llAg Physics
Clubg Football: Intramural Basketball
JOHN LEMAK-Track Team
JO ANN LERNER-Senior Class Secretaryg Homeroom Secretary,
9th Gradeg Editor-in-Chief, Foreword Staffg F.T.A., Social Com-
mitteeg journal Staffg Senior Discussiong Modern Dance, Secretary:
Entre Nousg Civic Club Testg Honor Student
BEATRICE LEVINE-Senior Class Social Committee: Library
Representative, llBg Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol, Drivers Tram-
ingg Majorettesg Senior Lifesaving, Athletic Award
STEPHEN LIPPARD-Social Chairman, Senior Classy Foreword
Representaitve, llth Gradeg Student Council Safety Committee:
Senior Chess Clubg College Clubg F.T.A.g Discussion Clubg Spanish
Clubg Orchestra 55 All-City Orchestrag Intramural Basketballg
A.C.M. Computer Course: Civic Club Testg National Merit Scholar-
ship Testg Honor Student
MARTIN D. LYDEN-Gregg Typing .Award
ANTHONY JOHN MACK-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th-10th Grade
JOAN SARAH MCCARNEY-Senior Class Prom Committee: Hall
Patrol: Y-Teens: Today's Business Girls: Chorus 4: Softball:
Hockey: Tennis: Volley Ball
JUDITH GRACE MCWILLIAMS-Senior Class Social Committee:
Drivers Training: Y-Teens: Usher Staff: Hockey: Volley Ball:
DAVID MENZER-Senior Class Prom Committee: Student Council
Representative: Drivers Training: Senior Discussion Club: United
Nations Club: Debating Team: Chorus 3: Varsity Basketball, Man-
ager: Intramural Basketball: A.C.M. Computer Course: D.A.R. His-
tory Award: Civic Club Test: National Merit Scholarship Test:
American Chemical Society Test: High Honor Student
ANNA MILLER-Senior Class Day Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Library Representative: Senior Student Council: Cheer-
leaders: Drivers Training: Future Nurses of America: Senior Lead-
ers: Volley Ball: Hockey: Softball: Basketball
RONALD E. MORITZ-Projection Club: Stamp Club: VVoodshop
HELENE NEIBERG-Senior Class Prom Committee: Homeroom
President. 9A: Usher Staff: Chorus 4: Basketball: Volley Ball:
Mushball: Athletic Letter
KATHRYN A. NESLINE - Homeroom Secretary. IZA: Today's
Business Girls: Gregg Typing Award: Distributive Education
RUTH B. ODLE-Senior Class Day Committee: Student Council
Representative, 9th Grade: F.T.A.: Journal Staff: Honor Student
JOHN WILLIAM PALLOF-Senior Class Day Committee: Intra-
mural Basketiball: Advanced Metal Shop Foreman
JULIUS S. PALLOF - Senior Class Day Committee: Intramural
Basketball: Advanced Metal Shop Foreman
HAROLD PAVILACK-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade: Student
Council Representative, 10th Grade: College Club: Drivers Train-
ing: Green Key Club: Square Dance Club: United Nations Club:
Varsity Football: Intramural Basketball: Volley Ball
CONRAD JOHN PESYNA-Senior Prom Committee: Junior Chess
Club: Conditioning Club: Football: Intramural Basketball
JOHN A. PILLAR-Senior Class President: Homeroom President,
10th-12th Grades: Vice President. l0A, 11A: Student Council Repre-
sentative, 9B: Hall Patrol: College Club: journal Staff: junior
Varsity Basketball: American Legion Award: High Honor Student
KATHRYN A. PRICEiSenior Class Social Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, 1lA: Service Club: Y-Teens: Square Dance Club: To-
day's Business Girls: Softball: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Award:
International Spelling Contest Award
THERESA PUGLIESE-Semor Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Secretary. IOB: Student Council Alternate, l0A: Hall Patrol: Serv-
ice Club: Usher Staff, Captain: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
HARVEY REITER-Senior Chess Club: Drivers Training: Con-
ditioning Club: Orchestra 5: Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball
DONALD W. ROBERTS f Drivers Training: Projection Club:
Square Dance Club: Track: Swimming
CHELLE ROSENTHAL-Homeroom Vice President, 10th Grade:
Foreword Representative, 9B: Library Representative, 9A: Service
Club: Bookroom Assistant: Junior Glee Club: junior Dramatic Club:
Chorale: Chorus 5: All-City Choir: Basketball: Volley Ball: Ath-
letic Award: Gregg Typing Award
RUBEN R. ROTHSCHILD-Senior Class Social Committee: Senior
Chess Club: Drivers Training: Projection Club: Senior Life Saving:
Metal Shop Foreman
SONIA JEAN SCHNEIR-Hall Patrol: Future Nurses of America:
Square Dance Club
MYNA M. SCHULTZ-Senior Class Prom Committee: Homeroom
Vice President, 12B: Foreword Representative, 9A-l2A: Hall Patrol'
Usher Staff: Library Staff: Book Club: United Nations Club:
Gregg Shorthand and Typing Award
MARLENE SHAER-Senior Class Publicitv Committee: Library
Representative. 10th Grade: Hall Patrol: College Club: Spanish
Club: Book Club: Red Cross Club: Gregg Typing and Shorthand
Award: Honor Student
HOWARD SHORE-Senior Class Day Committee: Homcroom Vice
President, 9A: Student Council Alternate, 9B: Hall Patrol: Student
Council Social and Hospitality Committees: Stamp Club: Band 5
LOUIS SILVERHART-Senior Class Social Committee: Homeroom
Vice President. 12th Grade: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: VVOod Carv-
ing Club: Senior Lifesaving: Orchestra 5: Intramural Basketball,
Swimming, Volley Ball
ELAINE E. ROSSEN-Hall Patrol: Future Nurses of America:
MARLENE SIMON-Library Representative, IZB: Cafeteria Staff:
BARRY R. SIMS-Spanish Club: Band 4: A.C.M. Computer Course:
GERALD MAX SOKOLOW-Senior Class Prom Committee: Stu-
dent Council Representative, IIA, IZB: Biology Club: College Club:
Intramural Basketball: Print Shop Foreman: D.A.R. Award: Honor
PATTI SOPHOS-Senior Class Day Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, IIA: Vice President, IZA: Foreword Representative, 10th-Ilth
Grades: Service Club: Y-Teens: Today's Business Girls: Gregg
Shorthand and Typing Awards
JOHN WILLIAM STEVENSON-Homeroom President. 9th Grade:
Senior Lifesaving: Chorus 5: Male Chorus: Ensemble: Intramural
Basketball, Softball: Athletic Letter: Gregg Typing Award
NANCY C. STRAUCH-Homeroom Secretary, IIA: Service Club:
Usher Staff: Y-Teens: Today's Business Girls: Volley Ball: Gregg
Shorthand and Typing Awards
SANDRA L. SUSSMAN-Senior Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, 9th Grade: Treasurer, 10th Grade: Spanish Club: Rhyth-
mic Swim: Chorale: Chorus 5: All-City Choir: Volley Ball Letter:
Junior Lifesaving: Gregg Typing Award
BRENDA J. TAKACS-Homeroom President, 12th Grade: Distri-
ELAINE M. TARMY-Senior Class Gift Committee: Foreword
Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Debate Team: United Nations Club:
Book Club: Orchestra 5: All-City Orchestra: Class Play Cast: Civic
Club Test: National Merit Scholarship Test: High Honor Student
ROBERT L. TESLER-Senior Class Day Committee: Hall Patrol:
Driver Training: Intramural Basketball
SHELDON N. TOPP-Senior Class Day Committee: Senior Chess
Club: Driver Training: Physics Club: VVood Carving Club: United
Nations Club: Orchestra 4: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball:
MARY JANE VOLPE-Homeroom Treasurer. IZB: Y-Teens: To-
dav's Business Girls: Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards: Lunch
CAROL-JO WETZEL-Senior Class Treasurer: Homeroom Vice
President. IIA-IZB, 10B-IIB: Student Council Representative, 9B-
IOB: Hall Patrol: German Club: American Legion Award: Honor
ROBERT WI-IITLEY-Senior Class Publicity Committee: Home-
room Secretary, IOB, IIB: Drivers Training: Football: Track:
Swimming: Journal Art Staff: Athletic Letter
JUDY WILSHIRE-Volley Ball
LYNN A. WISENAUER-Senior Class Prom Committee, Student
Council Representative, 12Ag Hall Patrolg Senior Student Councilg
D.A.R. History Award
HOWARD A. WOLFSON-Senior Class Gift Committee: Home-
room President, 9th Gradeg Senior Chess Clubg Drivers Trainingg
Spanish Club, Band 5, Track-Varsityg Intramural Basketball, Volley
DENNIS A. WOLK-Homeroom Treasurer, 9B, 10Bg Student Coun-
cil Maintenance Committeeg Usher Staffg Biology Club, Green Key
Clubg Travel Clubg Gregg Typing Award, Student Treasurer
JUDITH ANN WUERTHELE--Senior Class Publicity Committee,
Homeroom Secretary, lZBg Treasurer, 9B-9Ag Student Council Hos-
pitality Committee, Drivers Training, Y-Teens, Library Staff, To-
day's Business Girlsg Chorale, Chorus 53 Volley Ball Tournament:
American Legion Award
MATEY S. YALCH-Senior Class Publicity Committee, Hall Patrol
STEPHEN R. YOUNG-Senior Class Day Committee, Homeroom
President, 12Ag Treasurer, llth Gradeg Student Council Representa-
tive, 12Bg Hall Patrol, Senior Student Councilg Drivers Trainingg
Spanish Club: Varsity Basketball Managerg Metal S-hop Foremang
KENNETH IVAN ZACKS-Senior Class Prom Committeeg Home-
room President, 9th Gradeg Vice President, 10th Grade: Senior
Chess Clu-bg F.T.A.g Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Stamp
Clubg Intramural Softball and Basketball, Civic Club Test: Come
mencement Speaker, High Honor Student
Senior luncheon .....,,,.,.......,........ Thursday, january 17
Honor Assembly l....,...,....... ......, T hursday, January 17
Class Day .....,..4,...t.,...........,..... Monday, january 20
Commencement Rehearsal ............ Tuesday, january 21
Commencement l.....,..,.,.,. ......... W ednesday, January 22
Senior Prom ,.,, ....... T hursday, January 25
Vice President-Albert Frick
Secretary-jo Ann Lerner
Treasurer-Carol jo Wetzel
Ufficers and Committees
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
Januar C ass Commencement
PROCESSIONAI.-Pomp and Circumstance ..,.4.,...e,4,.e.,..A,m.............A. .,....., E Igar
Orchestra-Mr. Walter Voyvodich, Conductor
INVOCATION 4.e4.,. ...,.... R everend Raymond J. Doherty
Pastor, St. Rosalia Church
Waltzes from Der Rosenkavalier ,..4.h....A... ..,,, . ...... Richard Strauss
PRESENTATION OF FLOXVERS , I I . I .I . , ,.,..t..... june Class, 1958
Robert Nassau, June Class Albert Frick, january Class
"PITTSBURGH PROMOTES PROGRESS"
"In Industry" ,.,,....,...... t.,......, ...,..,.................. ..,.,,, R i c 'hard Kopka
"In Science" ., I .,.,.,. Kenneth Zacks
"In Culture" V.,...t ..,t., . . .... Stephen Lippard
"In Government". .... ........ D avid Menzer
Let Thy Blessed Spirit 4..............,,...,.. ,.........,........,,.............l.. ...,....., ...,... N 0 1' de-n
A Cappella Choir--Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
CLASS GIFT ......s...s.,..............l........... ......TT..t,,.,...T..... I anuary Class, 1958
john Pillar, january Class George Jones, June Class
.AUTHORIZATION OF DIPLOMAS .,.,., I I,., ...,..., ..,....,....., Miss Marie A. Saul
Associate Superintendent of Elementary Education
Pittsburgh Public Schools
PRESENTATION or DIPLOMAS ...I... ..................I...... M r. J. D. MyClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
RECESSIONAL-March of the Priests from "Athalia".. . I. ........ Mendelssohn
Honierooni Teacher , . , .,.......,.....,.,.,,.......,.. ........ Mr. Alex H. Seigal
President .,..,..,...,.....,. ....A..,. ..... S teve Young
Vice President .,.A,., . ..., Kenneth Kantrowitz
Secretary ,,......... . , .. . ,....A. Patsy Bennett
Treasurer ,..,......,.......,...,. .,...... ..,.,.. I , inda Domiano
Foreword Representative ........ .r..... M yna Schultz
Student Council ..... ......,.,. ..,. . S teve Young
Library Representative .... ...........,....,.,..4,,...........................,. lN Iarlene Simon
First Row-Carol Jo Wetzel, Lynda Caplan, Helene Neiberg, Patsy Bennett, Linda Domiano,
Steve Young, Kenneth Kantrowitz, Richard Fox, jo Ann Lerner, Sandra Sussman,
Second Row--Judith McWilliams, David Menzer, Ruth Odle, Judith Wuerthele, Paul
Chorba, Ernest DiPietro, Ruben Rothschild, Barry Sims, Karl Kim, Mr. Seigal
Third Row-Mary Jane Volpe, Marlene Simon, Elaine Tarmy, Harvey Reiter, Anthony
Herman, Sheldon Topp, Kenneth Zacks, Beatrice Levine, Howard Wolfson
Jo Ann Lerner
Barry R. Sims
Mary ,Tane Volpe
Room 2 2
Honieroom Teacher ., ,....,...........4,...,..,...,.,... .....,...,.. D r. NVesley Vlfagner
President ..A...........,., .....,.....,... .I ohn Pillar
Vice President .r,..... ..,.,... .,., r A l Frick
Secretary .........,..... ,.,..r R ichard Kopka
Treasurer ,...,.,......,...,......,.... ..,....... C arol Kusko
Student Council .,..,... ..........,. ..,.... L y 'nn XVisenauer
Foreword Representative ..
Journal Representative .
Representative ,. ..
Mary Ann Kavch
...,.. Richard Kopka
First Row-Marianne Hager, Mary Ann Kavchik, Stanley Goldstein, Albert Frick, Carol
Kusko, John Pillar, Richard Kopka, Rowland Jones, Lynn Wisenauer, Theresa Pugliese,
Second Row-Gerald Firek, Kathryn Price, Marlene Shaer, Carolyn Fierst, Annie Miller,
Chelle Rosenthal, Marlene Binder, Gloria Hayes, Rachel Americus, Carol Hoffman,
Third Row-Julius Pallof, Gary Blackburn, Don Roberts, Robert Kalasz, Stephen Lippard,
Dennis Wolk, Charles Giffin, Paul Knowlson, Robert Whitley, Ralph Roth, Conrad
llonierooni iliCZ1C'llCl' ..
President. ,.,.... .
Yice President ......
lreasurer. ..,. ,W .. ..
Student Council Alternate . , ..
Foreword Representative r , .i.,. , .
,.,.Mr. -losepll Thompson
,i.i Neil Cartiff
. Carolyn Fatkin
, Abby vlosselson
Frrst Row-Edith Bernstein, Abby josselson, joan McCarney, Melvin Bochner, Neil Cartiff,
Louis Coffey, Louis Silverhart, Patricia Sophos, Susanne Berger, Joan Epstein, Elaine
Second Row-Gerald Sokolow, Cora Hayes, Marcia Kaufmann, Sonia Schneir, Betty Bent-
ley, Rita Carter, Christine Kamberis, Emily Bakanic, Matey Yalch, Nancy Strauch,
Carolyn Fatkin, Frances Freedman, Howard Shore, Mr. Thompson
Third Row-Matey Yalch, Robert Langol, john Lemak, William Hile, Robert Tesler,
john Stevenson, Michael Halahan, Ronald Moritz, Paul Cameron, Fred Kaufman,
H omerooni Teacher ....... ..,......,.......
Vice President .........
Student Council .......i.....A....... r.
Student Council Alternate .,.....
Foreword Representative .
journal Representative ..,... .
Library Representative A... ..,.............
Mr. Howard O. Barnes
. ......,..,.....,Brenda Takacs
I iesident .t.....r,.. ,............. ,..,.....,...,.r......,
Vice President .....
Treasurer. .....,, . ..
Student Council .. . .
Student Council Alternate .
Library Representative , ..
.. ...Loretta VVagner
....,.,,...,. Mary Prilla
. r,r,. Nancy Cooke
A ,,..rr,. Eileen Lawson
r Bonnie Plenderleith
Foreword Representative .....,. . ,....,......,...,.. , r...... ......,... ........ E d ward King
First Row-Katherine Nesline, Evelyn McIntosh, Carol Kelsesky, Nancy Babel, Loretta
Wagner, Mr. Barnes, Brenda Tackas, Mary Prilla, Geralyn Hagmaier, Nancy Reutzel
Second Row-Ed Kepich, John Homa, Bonnie Plenderleith, Pat Dawson, Eileen Lawson,
Nancy Cooke, Charlotte Ryczek, Denise Waldman, Walter Mainwaring, Ted Leshen,
Nancy A. Bubel
Nancy A. Cooke
Patricia Diane Dawson
Geralyn A. Hagmaier
Edward C. King
Eileen J. Lawson
Evelyn jean McIntosh
Kathryn A. Nesline
Bonnie M. Plenderleith
Charlotte Ann Ryczek
January Class Play
The Loud Red Patrick
Rosalie Flannigan . , ,.....,.. ..,,. . .. .. Ruth Lebovitz
Rita Flannigan. . . ,Elaine Tarmy
Maggie Flannigan , , .. ,Eileen Goldenson
Mary Flannigan . , ,. .. , Shandel Spiro
Mrs. Gallup .,., . ,....., Susanne Berger
Patrick Flannigan . . .. , .,.. Michael Fox
Mr. Finnegan .. , .,.. ,.William Reinfeld
Ralph Penrose ,. .,.,.. .Howard Schwartz
Richard O'Connor . Rowland jones
Director. .,,. , . ,. .. ..,..,.,... .Mr. David Gild
Faculty Sponsor . .,.., Miss Edith Finegold
Scenery Designer , . ..... .,...,.., ...,...,. . , . Mr. Francis Benko
Assistant Directors ,. , .. ..,, ....,.., .,.lr.. , , ., ...Io Ann Lerner, Helen Faye Davis
Technical Director , . .. ..........,.....,.,...,..., ,,.,. . .. .ajohn Pillar
Makeup , ,, ,. .. , ...,............,........,..,..,. Bonnie Eckhouse
Hand Props ...... ,..Helene Neiberg, Neil Cartiff
Set Props A .. . ..... Howard Shore, Stephen Young
Costumes ,. ,, .. ,..,..,.....,......,, ....,..... ..,............,..,..,.,..,.,.......,. . . Claire Rosenzweig
Business and Publicity ,. . . .. ..,. .. .. ,..,..,,.,...,..,.. ,..,.., R ichard Fox, Carol Hoffman
Prompters . Helene Sugerman, Linda Greenberg, Richard Kopka, Claire Eger
Stage Crew .. Rowland jones, Raymond Zvoch, Samuel Puterman, jack Sneider
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Three Great Rivers
Gateway to the West
Steel Center of the World
1758 - 1958
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A City of Bridges
Once Upon a Time
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And It Still Changes
Richard Kopka, Stephen Lippard,
David Menzer, Kenneth Zacks
Richard Kopka, Carol Hoffman
Carol Jo Wetzel--Treasurer
Albert Frick-Vice President
Melvin Bochner, Elaine Tarmy
FINALISTS IN NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP TEST
KNOW YOUR NOTABLES
Susanne Berger, jo Ann Lerner
Ruth Odle, Kathryn Price, Marlene
Shaer, Dennis Wolk, Richard Fox
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Charles Halt, Arlene Rubenstein
Helen Davis, Elaine Tarmy, Michael
Lando, David Menzer, Alan Pearl-
man, jack Ochs, Bernard Cohen,
Nick Passell, Robert Hoffman
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Thx- Fic-ld Gatos
Multiple Choice of Ideals
Studious to please, yet not ashamed to failf'-Samuel johnson
aj Eileen Horne, bj Myna Schultz, cj Elaine Rossen, dj Marcia Kauf-
man, ej Rose Marie Pastor
To catch Dame Fortune's golden smile, assiduous wait upon her."-Robert
aj Susan Jo Silverman, bj Joan Epstein, cj Cora Hoyes, dj Nanci
Tauberg, ej Gloria Hayes
"NVit and wisdom are born with a manf,-J olm Selden
.aj Richard Kopka, bj Sheldon Miller, cj Alan Pearlman, dj Harvey
Stein, ej Myron Silverman
Her waist exceeding small, the fives did fit her shoes."-George Wither
aj Rosalyn Sheps, bj Emily Bakanic, cj Betty Brentley, dj Abby jossel-
son, ej Christine Kamberis
Soul sincere, in action faithful, and in honor clear."-Alexander Pope
aj Gerson Greenbarg, bj Fred Kaufman, cj Ronald Moritz, dj Joel
Her stature tall,-I hate a dumpy woman."-Lord Byron
aj joan Ziff, bj Marna Glantz, cj Jane Rosenberg, dj Frances Freed-
man, ej Mary Kauchak, fj Anna Miller, gj Phyllis Lipton
Never comfort lend like an accomplished female friendf,-Reverend Hardy
aj Shandel Spiro, bj Carolyn Fatkin, cj Anna May Kusko, dj Nancy
Strauch, ej Kathryn Price
God give us men! A time like this demands strong minds, great hearts,
true faith, and ready handsfi-Josiah Gilbert Holland
aj Philip Erd, bj John Lemak, cj Ralph Roth, dj Tony Mack
"Knowledge is power."-Francis Bacon
aj Sandra Keilly, bj Nancy Landy, cj Edith Bernstein, dj Susanne
Berger, ej Jenella jones
That soul that can be honest is the only perfect man."-John Fletcher
aj John Gray, 'bj Robert Langl, cj Charles Griffin, dj Arnold Levin
Her hair shall he of what colour it pleases God."-S-haleespeare
aj Sylvia Braunstein, bj Sonia Schneir, cj Marianne Hager, dj Carol
Kusko, ej Trudy Kapazo
I've a neater, sweeter maiden in a cleaner, greener land."-Rudyard Kipling
aj Bonnie Eckhouse, bj Roberta Feldman, cj joan McCarney,
dj Hannah Sadowsky, ej Patricia Sophos
On their own merits modest men are dumbf,-George Colman
aj Richard Cagel, hj Williaiii Hile, cj Martin Lyden, dj Paul Knowlson
I will assume no responsibility for debts incurred after this date by my
wives. Louis Coffey
Drivers wanted for empty 1958 cars. J' ack Gray, Steve Llppard, Robert
After six months Slippery Bill Shivley is back in business again. Long
term loans given on your signature. No payment due for twenty-four hours.
Expert photographer. Specializes in graduation pictures for senior
yearbook. Guaranteed to make you look beautiful. Jblr. Evans
Lost! Class ring. Worn out -from constant use, but of great senti-
mental value. Reward, owner. M iclzaiol Halahan
Lost! Dinosaur Porcelain model. Valuable graduation gift from my
late lamented great, great, great, great grandfather. Cwner, Ruth Odle
VV ill student who found large white envelope containing date book and
phone numbers pl-ease return. Do not phone. Owner, Bob Tessler, 214
Vice President-Robert Nassau
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
High Honor Students
Helen Faye Davis
Paul R. Kaufman
Ellen Jo Schuster
Susan B. Smith
June C ass Commencement
VVEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE ll, 1958
Processional-Pomp and Circ'amsta.nce ..A,...,........V......,...,... .,A4.,..,... E lgar
Pomp and Chivalry ..,.,.......,.......... ....... . . ........ Roberts
Band-Mr, Roy Dietz, Conductor
Invocation .... ,,.4,,..... .....,., R a bbi Aaron B. Ilson
H uldigungsma-rsch ..,.., W, ....,...... ,.... . ., AA....,.... Greig
Presentation of Flowers
Carmen Mayor, 1959 Harold Seder, 1958
My Lady W alles in Lovelin-ess ......i.....,......,..... ....,., . ...,. Q Ernest Charles
TO KNOW, TO DO, TO BE
CQuotations from Emersonl
"Our day of dependence, our long apprenticeship to learning,
draws to a close ",.,,,,.,....,.,..,............,.,.,......,..,.,,..,.. . .,,.......,...,...... Myra Rercher
"Man is explicable by nothing less than all his history" ...t..,.,.,,. Helen Faye Davis
"Times of heroism are generally times of terror" ...... ,.,,.... C liarles Neuman
"Up and onward for evermorel l'...,..,..............,.,.,..., ........ R ichard Rosenzweig
He's Got the Whole World ...... ,,....r.r.,.....,. D avidson
America, the Beautiful ..,.,,.....4.,........,..,,.,....,... ....,,,,.. . . ,.,..., Ward-Peery
Class Gift ...... .....,. ..r..... .
Robert Nassau, 1958
Authorization of Diplomas ......
Presentation of Diplomas .,..,..
Recessional-Sons of Liberty.
A Cappella Choir
Virginia Lowe, Director
..,,......Ianuary and June 1953
Carl Reuter, 1959
Mr. Harvey P. Roberts
Director of Personnel, Pittsburgh Public Schools
J. D. McClymonds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
une C ass Commencement
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 19518
Processional-Pomp and Circumstance ..,,...,.......... ....,....,..,......... ....... E l gar
Orchestra-Mr. Walter Voyvodich, Conductor
Invocation ...,... ...AA......,.,... , ..,... Reverend Melvin L. Best
Associate Minister, Third Presbyterian Church
Meistersingmf ,. ,... . ..,.......,....,..., . r.......,... Wagner
Presentation of Flowers
Linda Simon, 1959 Betty Ann Halapin, 1958
La Folia ..... ...,.......................,..., .,...,.....,.,..... .r..... C o r elli-Spalding
Frances Weisberg, Violin
Rona Wolk, Piano
TO KNONV, TO DO, TO BE
CQuotations from Emersonl
Our day of dependence, our long apprenticeship to learning,
draws to a close .,,,...A....,.,..,...irr.......,...,.,.......,,.........,.r.....,,.. ,Nancy Landy
"Character is higher than intellect" ........,...,.,..., ,.., ..,... I n a Amdur
"The real price of labor is knowledge and virtue" ...,,....,......,.,. .,.... l Indy Nathan
"We will walk on our own feet, we will speak our own mind Alan Pearlman
l1e's Got the VVh0le World ......,..,........, ...,. . .. ,........ .. ....,. Davidson
America, the Beautiful ...,i,A.....,.,..A.,...,.,...,,.....,,,....,.....,...,.. . ,.,. Ward-Peery
A Cappella Choir
Mrs. Virginia Lowe, Director
George Jones, 1958 Leonard Schultz, l959
Authorization of Diplomas ..,,., ......,...........,.i........,.,...,,.... M r. Harvey P. Roberts
Director of Personnel, Pittsburgh Public Schools
Presentation of Diplomas .....,... ..,.,...i,....,.,...,.....,.. M r. J. D. McC1yn1onds
Principal, Taylor Allderdice High School
Recessional-Ma-rch of the Priests from Athalia ..... ,...... M endelssohn
RONNIE LYNNE ABELS-Homeroom Secretary, 9A, Foreword
Representative, 12th Grade, Student Council Representative, 9B,
Cafeteria Staff, Hall Patrol, College Club, F.T.A., M.M.M., Book
Club, Counselor's Aide, Honor Student
JANET EDITH ABER-Homeroom President, 9th Grade, Vice
President, 10th-12th Grades, Chorus 5, Softball, Volley Ball, Ten-
nis, American Legion Award, Honorable Mention, Service Club,
Chorale, Choir Soloist, Honor Student
BARBARA DAVIS ABRAMS-Senior Discussion Club, United
Nations Club, Travel Club, Entre Nous, Chorale, Chorus 5,
Ensemble, Honor Student
TERRI ABRAMS - Student Council Representative, 9th-12th
Grades, Recording Secretary, Projects and Maintenance Com-
mittees, College Club, United Nations Club, Entre Nous, D.A.R.
History Award, Civic Club Test, High Honor Student
LINDA R. ACKERMAN-Prom Committee, Homeroom President,
l0B, Student Council Representative, 9A, Cafeteria Staff, F.T.A.,
Senior Discussion, Entre Nous, Fashion Shows, Class
Play Cast, Gregg Typing Award, American Legion Award, Civic
Club Test, High Honor Student
JOSEPH WAYNE ADLER -Q Class Day Committee, Homerooin
Vice President, 9th-llth Grades, Senior Discussion Club, Key Club,
junior Class Social Committee, Band 5, All City Band, Civic Club
Test, Honor Student
MURRAY ALBER-Hall Patrol, Entre Nous, Orchestra 5, All City
Orchestra, Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball
KATHY ALBRECI-IT-Foreword Representative, 9th-10th Grades,
Hall Patrol, Hospitality, Projects Committees, Senior Leaders,
Majorettes, First Sergea11t, Basketball, Volley Ball Championship,
Hockey, Softball, American Legion Award, Drivers Training,
GEORGE ALTENBAUGI-I+-Hall Patrol
INA AMDUR-Senior Class Secretary, Homeroom President, l2B,
Vice President, 10A, Treasurer, IOB, Student Council Representa-
tive, llA, F.T.A., Senior Discussion Club, Entre Nous, Debate
Team, Orchestra 5, American Legion Award, Civic Club Test,
American Chemical Society Test, High Honor Student
MARGARET LOUISE ARTERS-Homeroom Library Representa-
tive, 9th Grade, Hall Patrol, Drivers Training, Y-Teens, Square
Dance Club, junior Dramatic Club
DORIS ASH-Senior Class Gift Committee, Foreword Representa-
tive, 9th-10th Grades, M.M.M., Usher Staff, Book Club, Chorus 4,
Softball, Honor Student
BARBARA ELIZABETH BACINSKY-Homeroom President, 9th-
l2th Grades, Usher Staff, Student Library Staff, Wood Carving
Club: Hockey, Softball
JOHN BALDWIN-Homeroom President, 9B, Foreword Repre-
sentative, l0A, Library Representative, l0B, Square Dance Club,
junior Dramatic Club, American Legion Award, D.A.R. History
LINDA LEE BECKETT - Senior Class Publicity Committee,
F.T.A., Senior Leaders, Student Library Staff, Spanish Club,
Intramural Basketball, Hockey, Volley Ball, Softball, Athletic
IRENE BALL-Hall Patrol, Baseball
CAROL LEE BALOG-Senior Class Publicity Committee, Library
Representative, 10th Grade, Hall Patrol, Student Council Social
Committee, Student Library Staff, Spanish Club, Softball, Volley
MARY ELIZABETH BARGAR-Service Club, Slimnastics Club,
Student Library Staff, Softball: Volley Ball, Athletic Award
GAY BARR-Foreword Representative, 9th Grade, Hall Patrol,
Award 3 214 Staff
MILDRED BENDICK-M,M.M., Intramural Volley Ball, Basket-
ball, Honor Student
ELAINE ROSE BENNER-Hall Patrol, Student Library Staff,
Intramural Softball, Hockey, Basketball, Gregg Typing Award
STUART BERKOWITZ-Cheerleaders' Ph sics Club' United Na
y Y v '
tions Club, Ping Pong Club, Orchestra 4, Intramural Volley Ball,
Basketball, Athletic Award, D.A.R. Award, Civic Club Test: High
ALLEN R. BERMAN - Homeroom Vice President, 9B, Biology
Club, College Club, Drivers Training, Usher Staff, Printshop
LAWRENCE BETSILL - Chorus 5, Male Chorus, Basketball
Team 3 Football Team
FRONI BIGGARD-Senior Class Prom Committee, Student Coun-
cil, Usher Staff, F.T.A., Journal Staff, M.M.M., Civic Club Test:
ALAN LAWRENCE BLATT-Football, Track, Print Shop Fore-
ELLIOTT L. BLINN-Drivers Training: Debate Club: Metal Shop
MARVIN E. BLOOM-Senior Class Hospitality Committee: Stu-
dent Council: Foreword Representative, IIB: F.'l'.A.: Physics Club:
Green Key Club: Discussion Club: Band 5: All City Band: March-
ing Band: Brass Sextet: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball: Civic
Club Test: American Chemical Society Test: High Honor Student
IO ANN BLOTZER - Slimnastics Club: Softball, Hockey, and
ALAN LEE BOLYARD-Senior Class Day Committee: 214 Staff:
Senior Discussion Club: Varsity Football
CAROLYN ELLEN BONNEM-F.T.A.g Entre Nous: Real Estate
Board Essay Award: Cafeteria Staff
BEVERLY A. BORIO W Homeroom Vice President, 12th Grade,
Student Council Representative, 9th-12th Grades: Cafeteria Staff:
Student Council Safety Committee: College Club: Drivers Training:
F.T.A.: Entre Nous: junior Dance Club: D.A.R. History Award:
Hall Patrol: Honor Student
SUSAN A. BOTSFORDHI-Ioiiierooin Library Representative, 10th
Grade: Future Nurses of America: United Nations Club: Usher Staff
GARY BRAUNSTEIN-Senior Chess Club: Cross Country: Print
SYLVIA R. BRAUNSTEINfBiology Club: College Club: Student
Library Staff: Intramural Softball, Volley Ball, Soccer, Basketball:
Simplicity Fashion Show: Athletic Award: Gregg Typing Award,
Betty Crocker Home Economics Test
ALAN BREAKSTONE-Hall Patrol: Stamp Club: Usher Staff:
Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball: Band 2: Chorus 3
ALAN D. BREGMANAForeword Representative, 9th Grade: Stu-
dent Coun-cil Hospitality Committee: Square Dance Club: Choir 5:
EUGENE BROTSKY - Homeroom Vice President, IZA: Senior
Chess Club: Drivers Training: Senior Discussion Club: American
Chemical Society Test: High Honor Student
RICHARD A. BURDMAN-College Club: Radio Club
MARCIA SANDRA CASAR-Foreword Representative, 9B: Cafe-
teria Staff: College Club: Drivers Training: Red Cross Council:
Gregg Typing Award
PHILLIP MICHAEL CECCHINO
MICHAEL ROBERT CHERGI
GAIL CHODER - Student Council Social Committee, Foreword
Representative, 12th Grade, Hall Patrol, College Club, li.T.A:,
junior Dramati-c Club, Red Cross Council, Fashion Shows, Civic
Club Test, Typing Award, High Honor Student
BERNARD B. COHEN - Student Council, President, Foreword
Staff Photographer, Senior Discussion Club, Band -l, junior Yar-
sity Football, Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball, Civic Club Test,
American Chemical Society Test, High Honor Student
HOWARD R. COHEN-Homeroonl Vice President, IZB, Senior
Student Council Hospitality Committee, Senior Chess Club, College
Club, German Club, lntramural Basketball, Volley Hall, Honor
PAUL COHEN-Library Representative, 10th Grade, lliology Club,
College Club, Green Key Club, Band 5
EDWARD COLLINS Senior Chess Club, Physics Club, Senior
Class Day Committee, Usher Staff, Honor Student
MARYL CONWISHER-Homeroom President, 11A and 12B Grades,
Homeroom Vice President, 1lB, College Club, Drivers Training,
F.T.A., journal Staff, Spanish Club, junior Red Cross Committee,
Orchestra 5, Ensemble, All City Orchestra, Athletic Award, junior
Class Social Committee, High Honor Student
NANCY A. COOKEhHome-room President, 9tl1-llth Grades, Stu-
dent Council Representative, Hall Patrol, Gregg Typing Award,
BARBARA ANN CORTON-Drivers Training, Chorale, Chorus 5,
Ensemble, Future Nurses of America
M. JOANNE CUSTER-Cafeteria Staff, Drivers Training, Future
Nurses of America, Majorettes, Softball, Volley Ball
HELEN FAYE DAVIS - Senior Class Day Committee, Student
Council Social Committee, Hospitality Committee, F.T.A., M.M.M.,
Senior Discussion Club, Book Club, American Legion Award,
D.A.R. Award, Civic Club Test, National Merit Scholarship Test,
High Honor Student
IOHN DEMEDA-Special Shop Foreman
CAROL LOUISE DICKSON-Future Nurses of America, F.T.A.,
Y-Teens, Chorus 5, Chorale, Ensemble, All City Chorus, Softball,
German Club, High Honor Student
FRANK EDWARD EHRLICH
LAVERNE ELINOW --- Foreword Representative: College Club:
Orchestra 5: Athletic Letter: Slimnastics Club: Volley Ball
MICHAEL ANGELO DIMPERIO
SANDRA DOAK-Student Library Staff: Square Dance Club: In
tramural Volley Ball
JOYCE MARIE DONELICK-Senior Leaders: Life Saving: Rhyth-
mic Swimming: Intramural Volley Ball, Hockey, Softballg Hall
BONNIE LEE ECKHOUSE-Senior Class Social Committee: Hall
Patrol: Foreword Staff: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion: Book Club:
United Nations Club: Fashion Shows: Civic Club Test: High Honor
CLAIRE ETHEL EGER-Senior Class Publicity Committee: Home-
room Secretary: Foreword Representative: Student Council Projects
and Social Committees: Red Cross Committee: Senior Discussion
Club: Spanish Club: Fashion Show: Civic Club Test: Soccer:
High Honor Student
DAVID L. ELLENBERGER A Homeroom Vice President, IZA:
Drivers Training: Green Key Club: Track: Cross Country Manager:
Athletic Award: Nominated to United States Air Force Academy:
PHILIP M. ERD-Hall Patrol: College Club: Drivers Training:
Physics Club: Projection Club: Stamp Club: XYood Carving Club:
Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball
THOMAS MARTIN EVANS-VVood Carving Club: Football Team
Manager: Intramural Ilasketball: .Xrlvanced VVood Shop Foreman:
Electric Shop Foreman
CAROL ANN FAIRFIELD--Usher Staff: Service Club: Slimnastics
MARLENE JOAN FARBER-Student Council Social Committee:
Hall Patrol: Foreword Staff: Future Nurses of America: F.T.A.:
Intramural Basketball: I-Ionor Student
DOROTHY A. FECHKO-Senior Class Publicity Connnittee, Fu-
ture Nurses of America, F.T.A., Intramural Volley Ball and Basket-
ball, American Legion Award, Drivers Training, Honor Student
SAUL FEILER-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade, Library Repre-
sentative, 10th Grade, Senior Chess Club, Senior Discussion Club,
lntramural Basketball, Green Key Club
ROBERTA MERLE FELDMAN-College Club, Drivers Training,
Future Nurses of America, F.T.A., Book Club, United Nations
Club, Spanish Club, Usher Staff
SUSAN LEE FERBER--Foreword Representative, l0A, 1lB, Li-
brary Representative, 12th Grade, F.T.A., journal Staff, United
Nations Club, Travel Club, Red Cross Council, Entre Nous,
D.A.R. Good Citizen Award, Civic Club Test, High Honor Student
JUDITH R. FINGERET-Foreword Representative, IUA, Cafeteria
Staff, Biology Club, College Club, Drivers Training, F.T.A.,
M.M.M., Discussion Club, Book Club, Chorus 5, Volley Ball, Soc-
cer, Basketball, American Legion Award, Gregg Typing Award,
Civic Club Test, High Honor Student
ELEANOR R. FINKELPEARL-Homeroom Vice President, 10th
Grade, Senior Class Day Committee, Cafeteria Staff, F.T.A.,
M.M.M., Senior Discussion Club, Book Club, Entre Nous, Ath-
letic Award, Gregg Typing Award, Periodicals Secretary, Civic
Club Test, Award Level, Journal Staff, High Honor Student
HENRY P. FLOCK-Usher Stitt' Squirt Dune L lub lnti nnui tl
MICHAEL DAVID FOX-Senior Chess Club, Senior Discussion
Club, Ham Radio Club, Football, Class l'lay Cast, junior Town
Meeting of the Air, Honor Student
ALAN M. FRANKEL-Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade, Fore-
word Representative, 9th-llth Grades, Student Council Maintenance
Committee, College Club, Green Key Club, VYoocl Carving Club,
Band 5, Marching Band, All City lland, Track Team '57, Intra-
mural Basketball and Volley Ball, Civic Club Test, High Honor
GILBERTA LOUISE FRANKENY-Library Represeiltative, ltlth-
llth Grades, Service Club, Hall Patrol, Y-Teens, Student Library
Staff, Today's Business Girls, Hockey. llasketball. and Softball
BETTY LOUISE FREEMAN-Drivers Training, Future Nurses of
America, Intramural Hockey and Basketball
JOYCE FREEMAN-Senior Class Social Committee, Homeroom
President, 11.-X, Secretary, IZH, Treasurer. ltl.'X1 Cafeteria Staff,
Maintenance Committee, Science and Garden Club, Chorus S,
Chorale, Gregg Typing Award
ARNOLD M. FRIEDMAN - Homeroom Treasurer, ltlth Grade,
Biology Club, Senior Discussion Club, Debate Club, lintre Notts,
Band 5, Honor Student
RALPH BENJAMIN GABLER
MYRNA JEAN GARDNER-Senior Leaders: Y-Teens: Majorettes:
M.M.M.: Intramural Softball: Volley Ball: Hockey: Basketball:
Soccer: Athletic Avward
JAMES GARTH-Student Council Representative: Drivers Train-
ing: Physics Club: Honor Student
JUDITH E. GELMAN-Senior Class Social Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, IOB: Foreword Representative, 1lA: Senior Student
Council Maintenance Committee: College Club: Book Club: Travel
Club: Junior Dramatic Club
ROBERT S. GINSBURG-Green Key Club: Usher Staff: Key Club:
Science and Garden Club: Band S: Marching Band: All City Band:
Intramural Volley Ball
MARNA FAYRE GLANTZ - Senior Class Publicity Committee:
College Club: Future Nurses of America: Journal Staff: M.M.M.:
German Club: Book Club: Red Cross Council: Chorus l: Music
Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
BONNIE M. GLASS-Senior Class Social Committee: Homeroom
Secretary: Student Council Representative: Hall Patrol: Foreword
Staff: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Entre Nous: Civic Club
Test: High Honor Student
LEE GLICKMAN-Student Council, Projects Committee, Senior
Chess Club: Chess Team: Band l: Intramural Volley Ball: Special
Shop Foreman: Honor Student
RUTH JANE GOLDBERG-Senior Class Day Committee: Home-
room President, 9th Grade: Secretary, llth Grade: Library Repre-
sentative: Student Council Publicity Committee: F.T.A.: Journal
Staff: M.M.M.: Senior Discussion Club: Entre Nous: Book Club:
Athletic Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
EILEEN JUDITH GOLDENSON-Senior Class Day Committee:
Homeroom Library Representative, IZB: Cafeteria Staff: Future
Nurses of America: Mushballg Volley Ball: Soccer: Basketball:
Athletic Award: Gregg Typing Award
PHYLLIS BERYL GOLDHAMER - Foreword Representative:
Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: F.T,A.: M.M.M.: Chorus 5: Honor
JOANNE GOLDMAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9B: Treasurer, 10B:
Foreword Representative, 10.-X: Drivers Training: Majorettesg Square
Dance Club: Science Club: Crafts Club
MAXINE B. GOLDSTEIN-College Club: Travel Club: Softball:
Volley Ball: Gregg Typing Award: Usher Staff: Hall Patrol
RONALD GOLDSTEIN-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room Vice President, IZB: Foreword Representative: Senior Chess
Club: Radio Club: Band 5: Chorus 5: Ensemble: Swimming Team:
Track Team: Athletic Award: Honor Student
JUDITH SUE GOLDVARG - Senior Class Social Committee:
Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Hall Patrol: Student Council
Safety Committee: Periodicals Secretary: Future Nurses of Ameri-
ca: F.T.A.: journal Staff: Rook Club: Gregg Shorthand: Honor
JOYCE GOTTLIEB - Homeroom Vice President, 9B: Secretary,
9A: Foreword Representative, 10th Grade: Student Council Repre-
sentative, 9A: Library Representative, IIB: Service Club: Today's
Business Girls: Softball, Soccer, Volley Ball: Gregg Typing .-Xward
JUDY GOTTLIEB-Homeroom Vice President, 9B. IOB: Secretary,
10th Grade: Service Club: Majorettes: Today's Business Girls:
Volley Ball, Soccer, Softball, Basketball: Athletic Award: Gregg
PATRICIA ANN GORDON-Homeroom Secretary, 9th-l lth Grades:
Library Representative. 12th Grade: Senior Class Gift Committee:
Service Club: College Club: F.T.:X.: M.M.M.: Book Club: Chorus 1:
Counselor's Aide: Honor Student
DARRYL B. GRAHAM-Hall Patrol: Special Shop Foreman
FRANK G. GREEN-Drivers Training
PATTI SUE GREEN-Senior Class Gift Committee: I'l4ll'llL'l'UlllIl
Secretary, 9th-10th Grades: Treasurer, llth-12th Grades: Foreword
Representative: College Club: Future Nurses of America: F.T..rX.:
Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Fntre Nous: Fashion Shows:
Civic Club Test: Betty Crocker Homemaking Test: High Honor
GERSON MORRIS GREENBARG Senior Class Prom Committee:
Homeroom Treasurer, 9th-llth Grades: College Club: United Na'-
tions Club: Orchestra 4: Intramural Basketball and Volley Ball
LINDA GREENBERG+Senior Class Gift Committee: Homeroom
Treasurer, llth Grade: Foreword Representative, 10th-llth Grades:
Hall Patrol: Senior Student Council Publicity Committee: F.T.A.:
journal Staff: M.M.M.: Teen-Age Book Club: Junior Red Cross
Council: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
REVA GREENBERG-Homeroom Vice President, l0th-12th Grades:
Cafeteria Staff: Future Nurses of America: F.T.A.: Journal Staff:
Intramural Volley Ball and Basketball: Gregg Typing Award
CAROL H. GREENFIELD - Student Council Maintenance Com-
mittee: Hall Patrol: College Club: Basketball, Soccer, Volley Ball'
Future Nurses of America: Junior Crafts Club: Entre Nous
RICHARD LEWIS GRINBERGfSenior Class Prom Committee:
Homeroom President, 9A and 1lB: Vice President, 9B and IOB:
Student Council Representative, 9B and l1B: College Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Key Club: Intramural Basketball: Honor Student
EILEEN GIITSHALL-Senior Class Publicity Committee: F.T..-X.:
Commendation in National Poster Contest
SALLY LOUISE GUYER - Homeroom Treasurer. 12th Grade:
Foreword Representative, 12th Grade: Hall Patrol: Lifesaving Club:
Rhythmic Swimming: Chorus 5: Ensemble
GERALYN ANN HAGMAIER-Life Saving Club: Softball
ELIZABETH ANNE HALAPIN-Senior Class Treasurer: Home-
room President, 9B: Secretary, IOB: Foreword Representative, 10A:
Student Council Representative, 10A-IZB: Library Representative.
9A: Service Club: Student Library Staff: Chorus 5: All City Junior
Orchestra: Softball: Volley Ball: Fashion Show: Athletic Award:
Gregg Shorthand Award: Honor Student
CHARLES I. HALT - Senior Prom Committee: Student Coun-eil
Representative. llth-12th Grades: Drivers Training: Square Dance
Club: Radio Club: Track, Cross Country: Electric Shop Foreman:
PAUL IRWIN HANKIN-Biology Club
STEPHEN BARRY HARR4President, Junior Class: Homeroom
President, 10th-llth Grades: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Student
Council Maintenance Committee: Discussion Club: Key Club: Jun-
ior Red Cross Committee: Band 4: Intramural Volley Ball: Basket-
ball: A.C.M. Computer Course: Honor Student
SIGRID LORI HARTSTEIN-M.M.M.: Travel Club: Book Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Chorus 5: Chorale: Senior Class Day Com-
mittee: Honor Student
SHEILA DIANE HARVEY-Class Day
Secretary, 9B-9A: Foreword Representat
America: Student Council Representative,
Club: Service Club: Hall Patrol: M.M.M
ive: Future Nurses of
10A: Junior Dramatic
.: Fashion Show: Honor
ALLAN FORBES HAYES-XVood Carving Club: Wood Shop Fore- ' I t f
man: American Legion Award ' f "
JAMES HAROLD HAYES--Track Team '
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HOWARD LEWIS HELLER--Hall Patrol: VVood Carving Club:
Iunior Dramatic Club: Ping Pong Club: Intramural Volley Ball:
Class Play Cast
BARRY DAVID HERSH-Homeroom Library Representative: Ham
Radio Club: Chorus 2: Library Staff
IRWIN JOSEPH HILK-Hall Patrol: Drivers Training: Physics
Club: Orchestra 3: Usher Staff
MARSHALL LEHMAN HIMES-Drivers Training: Student Li-
brary Staff: Chorus 4: D.A.R. Award
MICHAEL HOCKMAN - Senior Class Publicity Committee:
RONALD E. HOCHHAUSER-Homeroom Treasurer, 913: Stamp
Club: Band 4: Conditioning Club
JOYCE H. HOFFMAN-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room Treasurer, 9A, IOA: Social Chairman, IOB: College Club:
junior Dramatic Club: Vogue. Simplicity Fashion Shows: Student
Council Maintenance Committee: Honor Student
ROBERT D. HOFFMANf-Homeroom Secretary: Drivers Training:
Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: United Nations Club: junior
Dramatic Club: Orchestra S: junior Basketball: Intramural Basket-
ball: Class Play Cast: Civic Club Test: National Merit Scholarship
Test: High Honor Student
STEVEN F. HOFFMAN - Stage Crew: Student Library Staff:
Band 5: Marching Band: All City Band
JOHN WARREN HOLCOMB-Homeroom President, 9th Grade:
Foreword Representative, 10th Grade: Usher Staff: Drivers Train-
ing: Physics Club: VVood Carving Club: Conditioning Club: Cross
Country Team: Track Team
BARBARA RUTH HOLLANDER-Student Council Representative.
9th Grade: Hall Patrol: Bl.M.M.: United Nations Club: Book Club:
Chorus 3: Volley Ball: Honor Student
JOHN HOMA-Distributive Education
EILEEN HARRIET HORNE-Homeroom Treasurer, ll.iX: Fore-
word Staff: F.T.A.: Student Library Staff: Peaks of Progress
Award: High Honor Student
MARY ELIZABETH HOSTLER-Senior Class Gift Committee!
Homeroom President. 103: Homerooin Vice President. llll: l7.T..-X.:
Student Library Staff: Lifesaving: Csher Staff: Softball: Student
Council Hospitality Committee: Sewing Service Club
MARGARET M. HOWELL- -Y-Teens: M.M.M,: Softball: Soccer:
BETTE JEAN HUNT-lntramural Hockey and Yolley llall
MARY A. HURWITZ-l7.T..X.: llook Club: Hall l'atrol: Orchestra
ELROYAL IRVIN-Track: lntraniural Yolley llall: journal Art
in RICHARD HUI-Senior Class Gift Committee
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A 4: Civic Club Test: Honor Student
A A Staff: Aft Award
ANNE D. ILSON -f llomerooni Secretary, 12th Grade: Student
Council Representative, 12th Grade: Foreword Representative, 10th-
l2th Grades: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Entre Nous: Senior
Lifesaving: Senior Class Publicity Committee
BLANCHE E. ILSONfSenior Class Publi-city Committee: Fore-
word Representative: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Spanish Club:
Entre Nous: Senior Lifesaving: Gregg Typing Award: Senior
RONALD ALAN JACOBS Y Homeroom Treasurer. 9A: Student
Council Representative, IOA: Usher Staff: NVood Carving Club:
Orchestra 3: Hand 1
MARILYN SUE JEFFRIES - Homeroom President, 10th-lZth
Grades: Senior Student Council Maintenance and Hospitality Com-
mittees: junior Office Staff: Future Nurses of America: Today's
Business Girls: Orchestra 3: Chorale: Chorus 5: Ensemble
GEORGE JONES-Senior Class President: junior Class Vice Presi-
dent: Homcroom Vice President, 12th Grade: Foreword Representa-
tive, 12th Grade: Senior Student Council, Corresponding Secretary
and Treasurer: Senior Lifesaving: Football and Swimming Teams:
Track Team: Athletic Award
IENELLE JONES-Basketball: Volley Ball: Baseball: Hockey
CHARLES M. KALSON-Senior Class Social Committee, Iorc-
word Representative, 11th Grade: Student Council Representative,
llth-12th Grades: F.T.A.: Senior Discussion Club: Square Dance
Club: German Club: Key Club: Orchestra 4: Intramural Volley Ball,
Basketball: Civic Club Test: Honor Student
JOAN HELEN KAPLAN - Cafeteria Staff: Red Cross Council:
Travel Club: Junior Chorus
HARVEY KATOFSKY-Homeroom President, 913: Drivers Train-
ing: Green Key Club: Projection Club: Intramural Basketball,
Volley Hall: Metal Shop Foreman: Honor Student
CARL ALLEN KATZ-Class Day Committee: Projection Club
JOSEPHINE MARCIA KATZfSenior Class Publicity Committee:
Junior Glee Club: Junior Dramatic Club: Usher Staff: Orchestra
5: Intramural Volley Ball
JUDITH KATZ-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Student Council
Representative. 9th Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Student Council Main-
tenance Committee: College Club: F.T.A.: Hockey: Soccer: Soft-
ball: Volley Ball: Basketball
ROSALIE FAYE KATZMAN-Homeroom Foreword Representa-
tive, 9th Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Future Nurses of America: F.T.A.2
Student Library Staff: Basketball: Soccer: Volley Ball: Softball:
HERBERT L. KAUFMAN - Homeroom Library Representative,
9th-10th Grades: Hall Patrol: Student Library Staff: Orchestra 1:
HILARY I. KLECKNER-Homeroom Library Representative, l0tb-
llth Grades: College Club: Future Nurses of America: Student L1-
brary Staff: Senior Class Prom Committee
BERNARD KLEIN-Drivers Training: Science Club: Band 2
PAUL RICHARD KAUFMAN - lland 5: llasketball: lntramural
Basketball: Basketball Champions: llasketball Letter: Senior Class
Prom Committee: Honor Student
PAUL W. KAUFMAN-Hall Patrol: Biology Club: College Club:
Drivers Training: Discussion Club: United Nations Club: German
Club: Band 5: Marching Band: Intramural Basketball, Swimming:
Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
SANDRA JOAN KEILLY-Future Nurses of America: M.M.M.:
Student Library Staff: Red Cross Club: S..-X.R. .-Xward: Civic Club
Test: American Chemical Society Test: High Honor Student
EDWARD M. KEPICH-Student Library Staff: Distributive Edu-
GLENN T. KERN-Projection Club: Chorus 5: linsemble: Male
SYLVIA KISILINSKY - Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Future
Nurses ot' America: F.T.A.: Red Cross Council: junior Dramatic
Club: Scholastic Art Entry, Board of Education Exhibit
BRENT KLEIN-Drivers Training
LINDA KLEIN-Senior Class Day Committee: Library Representa-
tive, 10th-llth Grades: Student Council Representative: Future
Nurses of .-Xmerica: Senior Discussion Club: Softball: Volley Ball:
Soccer: Civic Club Test: Class Play Cast: High Honor Student
SHELDON M. KOPELSON4Foreword Representative: Green Key
Club: Key Club
SIDNEY H. KORN - Homeroom Vice President, 10th Grade:
Biology Club: Drivers Training: Chorus 5: Male Chorus: Track
ARLENE JANICE KOVACS-Drivers Training: Y-Teens: Basket-
ball, Volley Rall, Softball: Athletitc Award
SANDRA LYNETTE KRAUSSqHomeroom Library Representa-
tive, l0th Grade: Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Red Cross Council:
Orchestra 4: Future Nurses of America
JUDY F. KRAUSE-Student Council Publicity, Hospitality Com-
mittees: Foreword Staff: M.M.M.: Senior Discussion Club: Orches-
tra 4: Basketball: Honorable Mention Scholastic Art Award: F.T.A.:
High Honor Student
TRUDY A. KRAUSE-I-lomeroom President, 9th Grade: Foreword
Representative, 10th-llth Grades: Student Council Publicity, Hospi-
tality Committees: Foreword Staff: Senior Discussion Club: United
Nations Club: Entre Nous: Scholastic Art Award: Honor Student
KENNETH A. LAFACE-Biology Club: Drivers Training: Usher
FREDERICK SAMUEL LANDAU-Senior Class Publicity Com-
mittee: Senior Chess: College Club: Senior Discussion: Fren-ch
Club: Debate Club: Camera Club: Band 4: Tennis Tournament:
Penn Speech Tournament Winner: Honor Student
MARVIN BERNARD LANDAU - Drivers Training: Projection
Club: Varsity Football: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball
MICHAEL S. LANDO-Homeroom President, llth Grade: Student
Council Representative, 12th Grade: College Club: Drivers Train-
ing: Journal Staff: Senior Discussion Club: Intramural Basketball,
Volley Ball: Essay Award: National Merit Scholarship Test: Stu-
dent Council Publicity Committee: Foreword Staff: Honor Student
NANCY LOUISE LANDY Prcm Committee: Honieroom Secre-
tary. lllth-llth Grades: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Student Coun-
cil Social Committee: F.T.A.: M.M.M.: Physics Club: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Book Club: Red Cross Council: Chorale: Chorus 5:
Ensemble: Civic Club Test: American Chemical Society Test: High
ARTHUR J. LAWRENCE-Senior Chess Club
EILEEN J. LAVVSONAStndent Council Representative: Student
Library Staff: Square Dance Club: Distributive Education
IUDITH ANN LEASHA-Cafeteria Staff: Drivers Training: Fu-
ture Nurses of America: M.M.M.: Volley Ball: Mushball: Sim-
plicity Fashion Shows
RUTH M. LEBOVITZ-Senior Prom Committee: Library Repre-
sentative, 9th-10th Grades: College Club: Future Nurses of America:
M.M.M.: Red Cross Council: Book Club: Entre Nous: Fashion
Show: Class Play Cast: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
HENRY J. LEFF-Home-room President. 10th Grade: Biology Club:
Usher Staff: Band 5: Intramural Volley Ball, Basketball
MARCIA D. LEFF-Foreword Representative, 10th-12th Grades:
Future Nurses of America: Orchestra 4: Slimnastics: Softball:
Volley Ball: Soc-cer: Honor Student
BRIAN MARK LEIBOWITZABiology Club: College Club: Student
Library Staff: Square Dance Club: Track: Intramural Basketball
LOIS LEICHTER-Hall Patrol: Future Nurses of America: Book
Club: United Nations Club: Cafeteria Staff: M.M.M.: Entre Nous
RONALD A. LESHENvFootball: Special Shop Foreman
THEODORE LESHEN-Library Representative. 9th Grade: Stu-
dent Library Staff: Wood Carving Club
JUDY LESSEIR-Senior Class Publicity Connnittee: Usher Staff:
Future Nurses of America: Library Art Staff: Softball: Basketball:
ANN LEUIN-Chorus 3
ALLEN E. LEVENSON-Homeroom Vice President, IIB: Home-
room Secretary-Treasurer, IOB: Usher Staff: College Club: Drivers
Training: Band 5: Marching Band: Hall Patrol: Ham Radio Club
ARNOLD LEVIN - Band 5: Intramural Basketball Champions.
Volley Ball: Automation Course
LAWRENCE LEVINE-Foreword Representative. 9th Grade: Hall
Patrol: College Club: Stamp Club: Spanish Club: Ping Pong Club
LARRY ALAN LEVINE - Biology Club: College Club: Drivers
Training: Chorus 5: Male Chorus: Intramural Basketball: Volley
RICHARD LEVINSON-Homeroom Treasurer, llth Grade: Drivers
Training: Green Key Club: German Club: Track: Metal Shop Fore-
man: Automation Course
ROBERT LEVISON-Prom Committee: I-Iomeroom President. HM:
Vice President, IOB: Student Council Representative, IIB: College
Club: Phvsies Club: Senior Discussion Club: Band 2: Intramural
Basketball: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
SHELDON WAYNE LIEBMAN-Homeroom President. l0fh-llth
Grades: Vice President, 12th Grade: Secretary, 9th Grade: Student
Council Social and Maintenance Committees: College Club: F.T.A.:
Discussion Club: Key Club: United Nations Club: Ping Pong Club:
Orchestra 5: Ensemble: All-City Band: All-City Orchestra: Honor
PATRICIA ANN LISAK-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room Treasurer. 10th Grade: Student Library Staff: Today's Busi-
ness Girls: Usher Staff: Chorus 3: Tennis: Volley Ball
MITCHELL DAVID LITT - Homeroom Treasurer, 10th Grade:
Student Council Representative. 10th-llth Grades: Drivers Training:
Physics Club: Stamp Club
DONALD LLOYD-214 Staffg Basketball
SAUL JOSEPH LOCKHART-Student Council Social Connnitteeg
Foreword Representative, 10th-llth Gradesg College Clubg Senior
Discussiong Usher Staffg Key Clubg Band 45 Trackg Cross Countryg
Athletic Letter: Honor Student
JAMES ROLANQD LOCKRIDGE-Project Committeeg Homeroonl
President, 12th Gradeg Student Council Representativeg F.T.A.
ROSLYN EDITH LOIBMAN - Senior Class Social Committeeg
Cafeteria Staff: College Clubg Future Nurses of Ameri-:ag Student
Library Staffg Intramural Volley Ballg Gregg Typing Award
ARTHUR L. LUBETZ-Band 55 Footballg Kellogg Contest Art
Awardg Honor Student
MAXYNE H. LUNDY4Student Council Representativeg M.M.M.g
Student Library Staffg Hall Patrolg Honor Student
sics Clubg Senior Lifesaving
BENJAMIN LURIE-Senior Chess Club Drivers Training Phy
ARLENE M. LYNCH-Lifesavlng 9B Volley Ball Fashion Shows
WALTER L. MAINWARING - Student Council Representative,
12th Grade: Library Representative, 9th-12th Gradesg Student Li-
brary Staffg Trackg Distributive Education
MARIANNE MALE - Senior Class Publicity Committee: Home-
rooni President, 12th Gradeg Secretary, 9th, 12th Grades: Foreword
Representativeg Hall Patrol: F.T.A.g Senior Discussiong Entre Nousg
Travel Clubg D.A.R. Award: Civic Club Test: Journal Staff: High
LOIS JEAN MALEK-Senior Class Hospitality Committeeg Home-
room Vice President, 9th-10th Grades: Student Council Representa-
tive 9th Gradeg Library Representative, 10th Gradeg Choraleg Chorus
55 Hockeyg Baseballg Volley Ball
EUGENE ANTHONY MAMAJEK--Intramural Basketball: Wood
JOAN ANITA MARCS-Homeroom Secretary, 12th Gradeg College
Clubg F.T.A.3 Square Dance Clubg Book Clubg Spanish Clubg Talent
Showg Honor Student
JOAN MARCUS - Drivers Trainingg Future Nurses of America:
IOEL MARGOLIS-Foreword Representative, IZA: Usher Staff:
Drivers Training: Projection Club: Radio Club: Band 3
LOUISE K. MARGULES - Homeroom Foreword Representative,
9th-12th Grades: Student Council Representative, 10th Grade: Cafe-
teria Staff: College Club: journal Staff: Junior Dance Club:
Chorus 4: Honor Student
LINDA RAE MARKS-Foreword Representative. 10A-llB: Student
Council Representative: Library Representative: College Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Chorus 4: All City Choir:
CHARLES J. MARSHALL-Homeroom Vice President, llth Grade:
Treasurer, 9th Grade: Student Council Representative, 10th Grade:
Physics Club: Ham Radio Club
ALAN MARTIN-Projection Club: Cross Country: Automation
BARNETTA FAYE MARYN - Hall Patrol: 214 Staff: College
Club: Future Nurses of America: Student Library Staff: Orchestra
5: All City Orchestra: Intramural Softball, Volley Ball, Basketball.
Soccer: Athletic Award: Gregg Typing Award
RALPH E. MASON-Tennis Team
ROBERT EDWARD MASTERS-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th-10th
Grades: Chorus 4: Intramural Basketball: Cross Country: Swim-
ming: Swimming Award
DAVID S. MAYL-Hall Patrol: Senior Chess Club: College Club:
Physics Club: Spanish Club: Band 4
GEORGE F. MCDERMOTT
WILLIAM MERWITZERiCollege Club: Student Council Safety
Committee: Cross Country
DALE S. MIDDLEMAN-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9B, IOB: Vice President, IOA: Treasurer, 9A: Hall Patrol:
Foreword Staff Photographer: Key Club: United Nations Club:
MARSHA L. MILLER-Future Nurses of America: Usher Staff:
Intramural Basketball, Hockey, Baseball, Volley Ball: Athletic Award
CHARLES O. MICKLOW+Square Dance Club
SHELDON MILLER-Student Council Representative, 9A: Col-
lege Club: F.T.A.: Male Chorus: Chorus 5: Ensemble: Intramural
Basketball: S.A.R. Citizenship Award: D.A.R. History Award:
High Honor Student
MARLENE L. MOLINARO-Usher Staff: Gregg Typing Award
JANET A. MONTOOTH-Service Club: Gregg Shorthand and Typ-
DAUNE W. MORGAN--Drivers Training: VVood Carving Club:
Usher Staff: Intramural Basketball: Volley Ball: W'ood Shop Fore-
EMANUEL R. MORGAN-Physics Club: Stamp Club: Ham Radio
Club: Senior Lifesaving: Cross Country
NURITH MOSER-Biology Club: Drivers Training Club: Crafts
IOHN THOMAS MUNSIE-Student Council Representative, 9th
ROBERT DAVID NASSAU-Senior Class Vice President: Home-
room President, l0B, IZB: Foreword Representative, 10A: Student
Council Maintenance Committee: F.T,A.: journal Staff: Physics
Club: Senior Discussion Club: Key Club: Band 5: Marching Band:
All-City Band: Intramural Basketball: Civic Club Test: High Honor
JUDITH LINDA NATHAN-Homeroom Secretary, 9B: Student
Council Representative, 9th-12th Grade: Hall Patrol: Senior Student
Council, Corresponding Secretary: Foreword Staff: F.T.A.: Senior
Discussion: Book Club: United Nations Club: Latin Contest, Honor-
able Mention: All-City Council: High Honor Student
CHARLES P. NEUMAN-Homeroom Vice President. 12th Grade:
Drivers Training: Foreword Staff, Business Manager: Journal Staff:
Physics Club: Discussion Club: United Nations Club: Ham Radio
Club: Intramural Volley Ball, Basketball: American Legion Award:
Latin Festival Award: Civic Club Test: American Chemical So-
ciety Test: High Honor Student
ROGER NICHOL-Male Chorus: Chorus 5
JACK NATHAN OCHSfHomeroom President, 12th Grade: Trea-
surer, IOB: Student Cou11cil Representative, llA: F.T.A.: Senior
Discussion Club: Key Club: Band 5: Intramural Basketball: Civic
Club Test: National Merit Scholarship Test: High Honor Student
NANCY OHLER--T'oday's Business Girls: Intramural Hockey
M .,, .,.
EDGAR ALFRED OPPENHEIMER-Homeroom Treasurer, 10th
Grade: Foreword Representative, 9th Grade: Automation Course:
NELSON R. ORRINGER-Honieroom President, llB: junior Stu-
dent Council: Student Council Publicity Connnittee: Foreword Staff,
Editor-in-Chief: journal Staff: American Legion Citizenship Award:
Scholastic Magazine Gold Key: Buhl Planetarium Latin Competi-
tion, Honorable Mention: Civic Club Test, Award Level: High
MARY ANN PANCHURA-llth Grade Class Secretary: Home-
room Secretary, 10th-12th Grades: Treasurer, 9th Grade: Student
Council Project and Hospitality Committees: Cheerleaders: Chorus
5: Ensemble: Hockey: Vollcy Ball: Lifesaving: Athletic Award
ESTHER PASCAL-F.T.A.: Journal Staff: M.M.M.: United Na-
tions Club: D.A.R. Award: National Merit Scholarship Test: Civic
Club Test. Award Level: American Chemical Society Test: lintre
Nous: High Honor Student
NICK PASSELL - Student Council Representative, 1213: Senior
Chess Club: German Club: Chess Team: Swimming: lntramural
Basket-ball: A.C.M. Computer Course: Athletic Letter: Civic Club
Test: National Merit Scholarship Test: Science Quiz VVinner: High
MARGARET P. PASSMORE-Senior Class Gift Committee: Li-
brary Representative, l2th Grade: F.T.A.: D.A.R. Award: Honor
ROSE MARIE PASTOR-Class Day Committee: Library Repre-
sentative, llA: Drivers Training: Student Library Staff: Today's
Business Girls: Gregg Typing Award
ALAN PEARLMAN-Publicity Committee: Homeroom President,
9th Grade: Vice President, 10th Grade: Student Council Repre-
sentative, 9th Grade: College Club: Foreword Staff: Discussion Club:
Key Club: United Nations Club: Debate Club: Orchestra 4: Intra-
mural Swimming, Basketball, Track: Placed In Civic Club Test:
Finalist in National Merit Scholarship Test: American Chemical
Society Test: High Honor Student
MARIO S. PETRILLI
LOUISE ANN PETROCI-Drivers Training: Y-Teens
BONNIE M. PLENDERLEITH - Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol:
Y-Teens: Rhythmic Swimming: Senior Lifesaving: Chorus 3:
Hockey: Basketball: Volley Bail: Softball: Athletic Award
JULES LEE PIERCE-Student Library Staff: Travel Club
ANTHONY T. POMPEO-Usher Staff: VVood Carving Club: Foot-
ball Captain: Track: XYood Shop Foreman
MARY PRILLA - Hotneroom Treasurer, l2B: Today's Business
Girls: Chorus 3: Senior Lifesaving: Distributive lfducation: Red
Cross Nursing Award
MIRIAM PRIZENT - Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, llB, IZB:
Hall Patrol: College Club: F.T.A.: journal Staff: Red
Cross Council: Gregg Shorthand Award: Honor Student
WILLIAM PUCHTA - Student Library Staff, Secretary: Gregg
HUGH JOHN PURNELL, JR. - Senior Chess: Cross Country:
Track 'leamg Automation Course
SAMUEL B. PUTERMAN - Honieroom Secretary, 10th Grade:
Stage Crew, 10th-12th Grades: Stage Crew Manager, l2th Grade:
Intramural Basketball: Electric Shop Foreman
GERALDINE P. RAGNELLI - Service Club: Today's Business
Girls: Basketball: Hockey: Volley Ball: Gregg Shorthand and Typ-
MYRA LINDA REICHER-Senior Class Day Committee: Home-
room Secretary, 9B: Cheerleaders: Drivers Training: F.T.A.:
M.M.M.: Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Civic
Club Test: High Honor Student
ROBERT REICHER -- Physics Club: Senior Discussion Club:
Cross Country: Track: Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball: Metal
Shop Foreman: Honor Student
PHYLLIS M. REIFER-Senior Class Prom Committee: Homeroom
Treasurer. 12th Grade: LibraryRepresentative: Speech Club: College
Club: F.T.A.: Periodicals Secretary: Journal Staff: Junior Dance
Club: Gregg Typing Award: Athletic Award: Civic Club Test:
All-City Talent Show: High Honor Student
SHEILA ELAINE REIN-Service Club: Student Library Staff:
Today's Business Girls: Junior Leaders
WILLIAM D. REINFELD-Prom Committee: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9th-12th Grades: Foreword Representative: Senior Student
Council: Senior Chess Club: journal Staff: Physics Club: German
Club: Intramural Basketball: Class Play Cast: Discussion Club:
American Chemical Society Test: Honor Student
NANCY JEAN REUTZEL-Distributive Education
THOMAS REYNOLDS-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room President, lltlt-12th Grades: Student Council Representative,
9A-l0B: Drivers Training: Square Dance Club: American Legion
Award: Track Award: Hall Patrol
MURRAY RICE,-Homeroom President, 9th Grade: Biology Club
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DONNA LEE RICHARDS-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room President, 12th Grade: Vice President, IIB: Cafeteria Staff:
Drivers Training: Student Library Staff: Today's Business Girls:
Red Cross Council: Intramural Volley Ball, Basketball. Tennis:
Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
JOSEPH A. RIZZO - Homeroom Vice President, IOA: Band 5:
DALE LYNN ROSEN-Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: F.T.A.
IDA CHERYL ROSEN-'Hall Patrol: Future Nurses of America:
LARRY J. ROSEN-Library Representative. 9th Grade: Drivers
Training: Stage Crew: Electric Shop Foreman
RONALD CHARLES ROSEN - Homeroom President, 9th-10th
Grades: College Club: Key Club: Golf: Intramural Basketball and
Volley Ball: Honor Student
HARRIET H. ROSENBERG Cafeteria Staff 'VIM M Studt
Library Staff: junior Dramatic Club: Intramural Basketball and
Volley Ball: Athletic Award: Gregg Typing Award: Honor Student
JANE ROSENBERG-HSenior Class Social Committee: Homeroom
Secretary, 9B, IOB, IIB, IZB: Foreword Representative, 10.-X, 11.-X:
Library Representative, 9A: Drivers Training: Future Nurses of
America: M.M.M.: Service Club: United Nations Club: Chorus l:
ARNOLD B. ROSENTHAL-Band 4: Metal Shop Foreman: Honor
CLAIRE J. ROSENZWEIG - Senior Class Publicity Committee:
Homeroom Secretary, 9th Grade: Homeroom Treasurer, IZB: Fore-
word Representative, 10th Grade: Drivers Training: Senior Discus-
sion Club: Entre Nous: Chorus 53 Softball: Volley Ball: Lifesaving:
Historama Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
MILTON ROSENZWEIG-Honor Student
RICHARD L. ROSENZWEIG-Editor-in-Chief of the Foreword:
College Club: Drivers Training: Senior Discussion: Senior Life-
saving: Orchestra 5: Swimming Teani: Varsity Letters: Intra-
mural Basketball and Volley Ball: Civic Club Test: American
Chemical Society Test: Latin Contest Exam: High Honor Student
MARIAN ROSNER - Library Representative, 10th Grade: Hall
Patrol: Usher Staff: Chorus 5: Homeroom Assistant Treasurer. 12.-X
MAJESSA RAMONA ROSS-Future Nurses of America
SUE B. ROTHMAN - Prom Committee: Cafeteria Staff: Future
Nurses of America: Student Library Staff: Rhythmic Swimming:
Chorus 3: Volley Ball: Basketball
ANITA RUTH RUBEN-Senior Class Gift Committee: Homeroom
Treasurer, IZA: Foreword Representative, IZB: Library Representa-
tive, llth-12th Grades: Hall Patrol: College Club: Drivers Train-
ing: Future Nurses of America: F.T,A.: Y-Teens: Entre Nous,
D.A.R. Award: Honor Student
HARVEY M. RUBENSTEIN-Drivers Training: Physics Club:
Sports Club: Intramural Swimming, Volley Ball: Civic Club Test:
SUZAN RYAVE - Homeroom Secretary, 12th Grade: Foreword
Representative, 9th Grade: Student Council Representative, 9th
Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Future Nurses of America:
F.T.A.: Intramural Volley Ball: Soccer: Simplicity Fashion Show
CHARLOTTE A. RYCZEK-Homeroom Secretary, 9th-10th Grades:
Student Council Representative, 10th Grade: Library Representative,
10th Grade: Biology Club: Junior Dramatic Club: Volley Ball:
Basketball: Softball: Distributive Education
HANNAH ESTHER SADOWSKY-Student Coun-cil Publicity Coni-
mittee: College Club: Future Nurses of America: F.T.A.: Spanish
Club: Junior Red Cross Council: junior Dramatic Club: Gregg
Shorthand Award: Honor Student
MARSHA JOAN SADOWSKY - Foreword Representative, 9th
Grade: Library Representative, llth Grade: Cafeteria Staff: Future
Nurses of America: junior Glee Club: Junior Dramatic Club: Or-
chestra 3: Basketball: Softball: Soccer: Volley Ball
MARTIN SAMUELS--Drivers Training: Usher Staff: Orchestra
4: Hall Patrol
MITCHELL L. SANDLER - Hospitality Committee, 12th Grade:
Homeroom Secretary, llth-12th Grades: Treasurer, 11th-12th
Grades: Foreword Representative, 10th-12th Grades: Library Repre-
sentative: Cafeteria Staff: Senior Chess Team: Drivers Training:
Senior Discussion Club: 'Wood Carving Club: Swimming
SANDRA R. SCHENKMAN4l.ibrary Representative, 10th Grade:
Drivers Training: Student Library Staff: Fashion Show
SUSAN A. SCHERR--Cafeteria Staff: College Club: Drivers Train-
ing: Red Cross Council: Book Club
WILLIAM CHARLES SCHIVLEY-Intramural Basketball, Captain
GLENN WILLIAM SCHMIDT
CLARENCE E. SCHREIBERsVVood Carving Club
LINDA ANN SHAPIRO - Senior Class Publicity Committee
Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade: Hall Patrol: F.T.A.: M.M.M.
Square Dance Club: Entre Nous: Chorus 5: Ensemble: Book Club
High Honor Student
DAVID SHEARER-Homeroom Vice President, 12th Grade: Trea-
surer, 9th Grade: Senior Lifesaving Club: Male Chorus: Chorus 5
Ensemble: Swimming: American Legion Award
HELENE D. SCHWARTZ-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room Secretary, Treasurer, 9th Grade: Cafeteria Staff: United Na-
tions Club: Crafts Club: Fashion Shows
HOWARD S. SCHWARTZ-Usher Staff: Physics Club: Band 5:
Class Play Cast: Marching Band
ELLEN J. SCHUSTER - College Club: Senior Dis-cussion Club:
Entre Nous: Chorus 4: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
RONALD SCHWERIN-Student Council Representative, 9th-10th
Grades: Travel Club: Orchestra 5: journal Art Staff: Scholastic
Art Award: B'nai B'rith Art Award: AA..-X. Poster Award
HAROLD B. SEDER--Senior Class Gift Committee: Homerootn
President, 9th-12th Grades: Student Council Representative, 10th-
llth Grades: Hall Patrol: College Club: Drivers Training: Physics
Club: Senior Discussion: Orchestra 4: Intramural Basketball, Volley
Ball: American Legion Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
JUDITH CAROL SEILING-Student Council Representative, 9th
Grade: Library Representative, 9th Grade: Hall Patrol: Student
Library Staff: Chorus 4
RICHARD SHEPHERD-Projection Club M r
ROSALYN JOY SHEPS-Foreword Representative, 9B-llA: Li-
brary Representative, 9B-1lA: Drivers Training: F.T.A.: Student
Library Staff: junior Leaders: Rhythmic Swim Club: Entre Nous:
Red Cross Council: Basketball: Soccer: Volley Ball: Baseball:
Athletic Award: High Honor Student
MYRON SILVERMAN-Prom Committee: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, 9th Grade: Student Council Representative, llth Grade: Hall
Patrol: Senior Student Council: Biology Club: College Club: Sen-
ior Discussion Club: Key Club: German Club: Band 4: Intramural
Basketball and Swimming: Placed in Civic Club Test: High Honor --
SUSAN JO SILVERMAN-Foreword Representative, 9B-IOA: Stu-
dent Council Representative, 9th Grade: Spanish Club' Chorale'
Chorus 5: junior Dramatic Club
ELLIOTT SIMON-Drivers Training: Conditioning Club: Hall Pa'
trol: Band 4
CAROLYN MARY SIMS-Usher Staff: Future Nurses of America:
Intramural Hockey: Volley Ball
PHYLLIS SISSEL-Cafeteria Staff: Foreword Staff, Secretary:
journal Staff, Secretary: Future Nurses of America: Silixnnastics:
intramural Softball, Basketball, Volley Ball, Soccer: Gregg Typing
and Shorthand Awards
HENRY S. SLESINGER-Senior Class Social Committee: Home-
room Vice President, l0A: Hall Patrol: College Club: F.T.A.: Key
Club: Junior Class Social Committee: Orchestra 5
RUTH M. SMIDY-Future Nurses of America: Slimnastics: Soft-
ball: Hockey: American Legion Award: D.A.R. Award: High Honor
JOHN I. SMITH
SUSAN BETH SMITH-Senior Class Prom Committee: Homeroom
President, 10th Grade: Foreword Representative, 9A, IOA: Hall
Patrol: Drivers Training: M.M.M.: United Nations Club: Book
Club: Spanish Club: Honor Student
SUSAN LINDA SMITH-Senior Class Prom Committee College
Club: Drivers Training: Future Nurses of America: Book Club:
Chorale: Chorus 5: All-City Chorus: Gregg Typing Award
SANDRA FAY SOLOMON-Library Representative, 12th Grade:
Future Nurses ot America: Book Club: 12A Social Committee
NELSON SOLOW-Biology Club: Physics Club: Band 3: Intra-
mural Swimming: Automation Class
ROBERT SOLTZ-12A Gift Committee: Homeroom President, l0B:
Student Council Representative: Drivers Training: F.T.A.: Orches-
tra 4: American Legion Award: Honor Student
HARRIET C. SORG-Homeroom Treasurer, IZB: Student Council
Representative, 9B, 9A: Library Representative: Service Club
DANIEL F. SOPIRA - Homeroom Library Representative, 10th
SHANDEL S. SPIRO -- Class Day Committee: Homeroom Vice
President, 12B-l2A: Foreword Representative, IOA, lZBg Library
Representative, 9th Grade: Hall Patrol: College Club: Senior Dis-
cussion: Book Club: Entre Nous: Chorus 1: Class Play Cast:
American Legion Oratorical Contest: Honor Student
MARJORIE GAIL SPOKANE-Cafeteria Staff: Future Nurses of
America: Mushball: Basketball: Hockey: Fashion Shows: Athletic
Award: Assistant in junior Office
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CONSTANTIN H. STAMOOLIS-Wood Carving Club: Condition-
ing Club: Football: Track: Varsity Letters: Wood Shop Foreman
ANDREW MICHAEL STEIN - Drivers Training: Senior Class
HARVEY M. STEIN-Senior Social Committee: Homeroom Vice
President, 10B-llB: Senior Chess Club: College Club: Drivers
Training: Physics Club: Senior Discussion: Stamp Club: Basket-
ball Manager: Tennis Award: Civic Club Test: American Chemical
Society Test: High Honor Student
DAVID LEWIS STEINBERG - Senior Student Council Main-
tenance, Social Committees: German Club: Intramural Volley Ball:
Basketball: City Golf: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
SUSAN STEINBERG-Senior Class Gift Committee: Senior Stu-
dent Council Publicity Committee: Senior Chess Club: F.T.A.:
M.M.M.: Senior Discussion Club: Entre Nous: Debate Team: Civic
Club Test: Honor Student
LEON STEINER-Drivers Training
SANDRA B. STEINITZ 4 Foreword Representative, 9th Grade:
Hall Patrol: Usher Staff: Library Representative, llth Grade'
HARVEY LEE STONE-Foreword Staff: Journal Staff: Ping Pong
Club: Junior Dramatic Club: Chorus 5: Male Chorus: Ensemble:
MARSHAL S. STRAHL-Biology Club
DOROTHY STROPKO-Service Club: Student Library Staff. 9th
Grade: Square Dance Club: Today's Business Girls: Usher Staff:
Volley Ball: Fashion Shows: Gregg Shorthand Award
THOMAS B. STUTZ-Student Council Representative. llA-lZB:
Hall Patrol: Senior Student Council, Social Chairman: Drivers
Training: Varsitv Basketball: Junior Varsity Basketball: Intra-
mural Basketball Champions: Junior High School Varsity Letter:
HELENE M. SUGERMAN-Senior Class Prom Committee: Home-
room President, llB: Vice President. IOA: Foreword Representative.
9th-10th Grades: Student Council Representative, 12th Grade: Hall
Patrol: College Club: Future Nurses of America: F.T.fX.: Senior
Discussion: Book Club: United Nations Club: Simplicity Fashion
Show: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
DAVID N. SUMMERS-Homeroom Treasurer, 12th Grade: Usher
Staff: Drivers Training: Physics Club: Ham Radio Club
TOULA TANGLOS-Service Club: Softball: Gregg Shorthand and
DOROTHY TAUBER-Cafeteria Staff: Drivers Training: F.TA.1
Senior Discussion Club: Book Club: Entre Nous: Chorus
5: Chorale: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
NANCI LOUISE TAUBERG-Hall Patrol: Lifesaving: 214 Staff:
Orchestra 5: Chorus 4
EDWARD M. TEITELBAUM - Senior Class Day Committee:
Homeroom Vice President. IIA: Foreword Representative, 12B:
BARBARA THOMAS-Senior Class Social Committee: Student
Council Representative, IZA: Square Dance Club: Basketball, Volley
Ball, Hockey: Athletics Award
ARTHUR L. THOMASSY, JR.-Hall Patrol: Ham Radio Club
IOSEPHINE TOTARO - F.T.,-X., Rhythmic Swim: Lifesaving:
Softball: Hockey: Basketball: Volley Ball
NANCY JULIA TOTH-Drivers Training: Today's Business Girls
SHIRLEY ANN TUCKER-Homeroom Treasurer, 9th, l2tli Grades:
Foreword Representative: Student Council Representative, 10th
Grade: College Club: F.T.A.: Journal Staff: M.M.M.: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Book Club: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
VELMA JEAN TUSAI W Today's Business Girls: Service Club:
Gregg Shorthand and Typing Awards
ELEANOR JEAN USELTON
LUCILLE VANNOZZI-Hall Patrol: Chorus 4
EVELYN WAGNER-Foreword Representative, 9th Grade: Li-
brary Representative, 9th Grade: College Club: Senior Discussion
Club: Student Library Staff: Debate Club: Book Club: Science and
Garden Club: Basketball: Volley Ball: Baseball: Soccer: Hockey:
Athletic Award: Civic Club Test: Honor Student
MARY LORETTA WAGNER - Homeroom Vice President, 10th
Grade, IZB: Lifesaving: Distributive Education, Vice President:
Softball: Volley Ball
DENISE C. WALDMAN-Cafeteria Staff: Biology Club: Base-
ball: Science Club: Distributive Education
FRANK WALLER-Basketball: Print Shop Foreman
ELAINE MARIE WASKO-Cafeteria Staff: Y-Teens: Slimnasties:
Square Dance Club
IRWIN B. WEDNER-Senior Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Vice President, 9th Grade: Homeroom Secretary, 10th Grade:
Wood Carving Club: junior Varsity Basketball: Xarsity Basket-
ball: Athletic Award: Ford Foundation Award: Intramural Basket-
NEAL E. WEIN-Seliior Class Prom Committee: Senior Student
Council Hospitality Committee: Usher Staff: German Club: Band -l:
Intramural Basketball, Volley Ball: Honor Student
CYNTHIA DEENA WEINER - Student Council Projects Com-
mittee: Cafeteria Staff: Hall Patrol: Service Club: College Club:
Drivers Training: Future Nurses of America: Chorus 3: Gregg
RAYMOND P. WEINSTEIN-Senior Chess Club: Advanced Metal
FRANCES MARCIA WEISBERG-College Club: F.T.A.: Orches-
tra 5: All-City Orchestra: Pittsburgh Youth Symphony: Soccer:
Volley Ball: Honor Student
HARVEY WEISBERG - Intramural Basketball Champions: Ad-
vanced Wood Shop Foreman
LOUIS WEISZ-Senior Class Social Committee: Homeroom Vice
President. 9th Grade: Student Council Representative: Senior Chess
Club: F.T.A.: Green Key: Senior Discussion Club: Key Club: Na-
ture and Garden Club: Band 5: Clarinet Trio: All-City Band:
Marching Band: American Legion Award: Civie Club Test: High
BARBARA H. WHITMAN-Foreword Representative, 9th Grade:
Usher Staff: Chorus 5: Basketball: Gregg Typing Award: Hall
Patrol: Today's Business Girls
JANET G. WILLIAMS-Square Dance Club: Softball: Hockey
DENNIS JAY WITT-Drivers Training: Green Key Club
IAN LEONARD WOLK-Senior Class Prom Committee: Home-
room Vice President, IZA: Foreword Representative, 9B: Library
Representative, 9A: Senior Chess Club: Journal Staff: Junior
Dramatic Club: Orchestra 5: All-City Orchestra: High Honor
WILLIAM A. YALCH-Physics Club: Band 5: Basketball: Foot-
ROBERTA GAY WOLKW-Senior Class Prom Committee: Home-
room Vice President, llth Grade: Student Council Social Com-
mittee: Cafeteria Staff: Red Cross Council: Future Nurses of
America: Journal Staff: Gregg Typing Award
RONA WOLK--Homeroom President, 9A: Vice President, 10A:
Senior Student Council: Library Representative, 1lB: F.T.A.:
M.M.M.: Senior Discussion Club: German Club: Orchestra 5:
Chorus 4: Basketball: Volley Ball: Soccer: American Legion Award:
Athletic Award: Civic Club Test: High Honor Student
SHELLEY -IEANNE WOLK - Senior Class Prom Committee:
Homeroom Secretary, lZA: Library Representative, IZB: Senior
Discussion Club: Lifesaving: Student Library Staff: Orchestra 5:
All City Orchestra
JERRY V. WOODS-Student Council Representative, 12th Grade:
Librarv Representative. 12th Grade: Square Dance Club: Science
Club: Industrial Arts Award
RONALD T. WORGO-Physics Club
ball: Honor Student
FAYENOLA ZALMONW-HtJI1lCfOlJl1l Secretary, llth Grade: Class
Day Committee: Cafeteria Staff: F.T.A.: M.M.M.: Book Club:
Entre Nous: Foreword Staff: journal Staff: Counselor's Aide:
Gregg Tvping Award: Civic Club Test: Periodicals Secretary: High
SHARON RUTH ZEIDEN - Homeroom Treasurer, 9th Grade:
Class Day Committee: Student Coun-eil Representative, 9th Grade:
Cafeteria Staff: Usher Staff: 214 Staff: Red Cross Club: United
Nations Club: Travel Club
JOAN RUTH ZIFF-Student Council Representative, 9th Grade:
Cafeteria Staff: M.M.M.: United Nations Club: Chorale: Chorus 5:
RICHARD M. ZVOCK-Student Council Representative: Projection
Club: American Legion Award: Physics Club
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Xugust K. XYiuterliug
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. . ...,. Beverly Borio
,. ...... janet Aber
, . 'Iudy Katz
..., ....... .I erry VVoods
Beverly Borio, Mary Bargar, Patricia Lisak, Louise Margules
Second Row-Judith Seiling, William Yalch, Jerry Woods, William Schively, Charles
Micklow, Carol Dickson, Mr. August Winterling
Third Row-Ruth Smidy, Murray Rice, Daniel Sopira, George Altenbaugh, Phillip Cecchmo
President . l
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Foreword Representative ..
Library Representative .
Student Council . .......,
Howard R. Cohen
.Miss Katilizwine Skztrinski
. ,Susan Ferber
Jules Lee Pierce
First Row-Margaret Arters, Joan Kaplan, Benjamin Lurie, Jack Ochs, Miriam Prizent,
Howard Cohen, Allan Hayes, Hilary Kleckner, Susan Steinberg, Sylvia Kisilinsky
Second Row-Donald Fox, Josephine Totaro, Josephine Katz, Elaine Wasko, Sandra
Krauss, Joyce Gottlieb, Judy Gottlieb, Joyce Hoffman, Susan Ferber, Velma Tusai,
Janet Williams, Nurith Moser
Third Row-Sidney Korn, Henry Leff, Gary Braunstein, Andrew Stein, Arthur Thomassy,
Neal Wein, Joel Margolis, Nick Passell, Sheldon Kopelson, Nelson Orringer, Jules
Lee Pierce, Henry Slesinger
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l:i7l'CXYUl'fl Represciltzltive A AA A
A Trudy Krause
A .loan Mares
A Alan Frankel
First Row--Arlene Kovacs, Linda Shapiro, Bonnie Maryn, Joan Mares, Ronald Goldstein,
Maryl Conwisher, Ruth Goldberg, Ida Rosen, Eileen Gutshall, Sheila Rein
Second Row-Dernis Witt, Larry Levine, David Steinberg, Marsha Miller, Judy Krause,
Trudy Krause, Harriet Rosenberg, Eileen Goldenson, Herbert Kaufman, Larry Levine,
Third Row-Michael Hockman, Barry Hersh, Robert Soltz, Bernard Cohen, Richard
Rosenzweig, Alan Frankel, Alan Breakstone, Alan Bregman, William Puchta, Allen
john De Meda
Betty Ann Halapin
Homeroloin rleaeher .,.....A ...........,, .. ...........,......,,...... Miss Leila H. Rupp
President ....... ..... . .. ..,.,.,. Harold Seder
Yiee President .4..., .,,, l Qeva Greenberg
' .....,., Suzan Ryave
.. ..., Thomas Stutz
. ..,. Linda Klein
., . Marcia Leff
btudent Council ..,...,..........i...
Alternate Student Council ...i. ,
First Row-Nancy Toth, Linda Klein, Thomas Stutz, Marcia Leff, Reva Greenberg, Harold
Seder, Suzan Ryave, Phyllis Reifer, Roslyn Loibman, Geraldine Ragnelli
Second Row-Margie Spokane, Carol Greenfield, Sandra Solomon, Myra Reicher, Evelyn
Wagner, Esther Pascal, William Merwitzer, Susan Smith, Carol Fairfield, Eleanor
Finkelpearl, ,Fayenola Zalmon, Maxyne Lundy
Third Row-Irwin Wedner, Paul Kaufman, Martin Samuels, Allen Berman, Arnold Levin,
Harvey Weisberg, Gus Stamoolis, Howard Schwartz, Elliott Simon, Steven Hoffman
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Student Council ,, .....,. . .
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Mr. Samuel Blitz
. Charles Neuman
, ., , Gail Clioder
Helen Faye Davis
First Row-Dorothy Tauber, Frances Weisberg, Marsha Sadowsky, Arthur Lubetz, Charles
Neuman, Michael Fox, Judie Goldvarg, Robert Nassau, Helen Faye Davis, Ann Leuin,
Second Row-Elliott Blinn, Harvey Rubenstein, Ellen Schuster, Rosalie Katzman, Judy
Lesser, Lois Leichter, Gail Choder, Joan Marcus, Maxine Goldstein, Doris Ash,
Susan Botsford, Judy Fingeret, Mr. Blitz
Third Row--Robert Reicher, Stephen Harr, Joseph Adler, Saul Lockhart, David Mayl,
Mitchell Litt, Anthony Pompeo, Brian Leibowitz, Robert Masters, Larry Rosen,
Emanuel Morgan, Alan Blatt
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1'1rst Row-Kathy Albrecht, Sue Rothman, Rona Wolk, Shirley Tucker, Sheldon Liebman
Ina Amdur, Joyce Freeman, LaVerne Elinow, Cynthia Weiner, Majessa Ross
Second Row-Linda Marks, Judy Leasha, Susan Scherr, Sigrid Hartstein, Marcia Casar
Judy Gelman, Barbara Whitman, JoAnn Goldman, Eddie Teitelbaum, Ronald Jacobs
Third Row-Paul Quinten, John Smith, Brent Klein, Paul Hankin, Saul Feiler, Marvin
Bloom, Bernard Klein, Irwin Hilk, Larry Levine, Robert Ginsburg, Kenneth LaFace
Kathy Ann Albrecht
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President .,...,.. T . .. r ..., .Thomas Reynolds
Vice President .,.... ..., D avid Ellenberger
Secretary .,,.......,. , ..Mary Ann Panchura
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Foreword Representative . ,
Gay Barr ' George Jones
First Row-Linda Beckett, Betty Freeman, Gay Barr, Mary Ann Panchura, George Jones
Thomas Reynolds, Sally Guyer, Carolyn Bonnem, Anita Ruben, Mrs. Bartrem
Second Row-Ralph Mason, Louise Petroci, Dorothy Fechko, Froni Biggard, Linda Green-
berg, Roberta Wolk, Marlene Farber, Ruth Lebovitz, Joyce Donelick, Lee Glickman
Third Row-Alvin Clark, Stuart Berkowitz, Charles Halt, Hugh Purnell, Henry Flock
Harvey Stone, Arnold Friedman, David Ellenberger, john Munsie, Howard Heller
Mary Ann Panchura
Hoinerioom Teacher ..........,......A...................,............ Mrs. Margaret N. Bush
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Nice President ,,... .,..... J ames Lockridge
Secretary ...,.....r. 4..,..,........ A nn Ilson
'lreasurer .............,,.,...,..,... . .,...,....... Harriet Surg
Student Council ..,.,.,.,,....... .. . ......, James Lockridge
Alternate Student Council . . . .. . .......i,.... Ann Ilson
l ibrary Representative . i,.,i ,
George McDermott Sharon Zeiden
First Row-Toula Tanglos, Jenelle jones, Harriet Sorg, James Lockridge, Marilyn Jeffries,
Ann Ilson, Barbara Gorton, Betty Hunt
Second Row-Raymond Weinstein, Nelson Solow, Judy Sheehy, Nancy Ohler, Barbara
Thomas, jim DiNella, Richard Shepherd, Marshall Himes
Third Row-Ian Wolk, Leon Steiner, Harvey Stein, Donald Lloyd, George McDermott,
Hionierornn Teacher. ......,.. .,,.,.,.,....... A AA A AA AA
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Vice President AA A
Secretary ....... ..,., A A A
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Betty Ann Halapin
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john De Meda
First Row Janet Montooth, Elaine Benner, Shelley Wolk, David Summers, Audrey Payne
William Reinfeld, Betsy Hostler, Sharon Zeiden, Dorothy Stropko, Marlene Molinaro
Second Row Louis Weisz, Daniel Blackwell, Carolyn Sims, Linda Ackerman, Betty Ann
Halapin Phyllis Goldhamer, Sandra Doak, Nancy Patterson, Mrs. Mclsaac
Third Row Alan Bolyard, John Baldwin, Richard Zvoch, Michael Dimperio, John Dlmeda
Glenn Schmidt, Roger Nichol, Frank Green, Edward Rodgers
First Row-Margaret Howell, Arlene Lynch, Carol Balog, Lois Malek, Mitchell Sandler,
David Shearer, Marianne Male, Claire Eger, Sheila Harvey, Sandra Steinitz
Second Row-Mary Hurwitz, Fred Landau, Albert Barnes, Eugene Brotsky, Marian Rosner,
Barbara Hollander, Barbara Abrams, Margaret Passmore, Jean Barca, Miss Eisaman
Third Row-Edward Collins, Carl Katz, Darryl Graham, joseph Appleton, Richard Hui,
Ronald Worgo, James Garth, Marshall Strahl, Charles Marshall, Mario Petrilli
Homerooni Teaclieru., ..,,. Miss Catherine Nl. Iiisanian
President ..,..,.,.,....... ........,........,...,.,.., I David Shearer
Yice President ., ..,..., .. .... ,.... ..,......,.. ll f larianne Male
Treasurer ..,.,... .. . ...,. ,.... . .. ,lMitch.ell Sandler
Student Council Representative ,
Student Council Alternate l
., .,... . Claire liver
l . james Garth
President . . , .,
Yice President .
Secretary . ,..... . .
Treasurer . .
Room 46 7
Student Council .
.. Mr. Edward Al. Cayo
.Donna Lee Richards
. , . ,jane Rosenberg
. .l.Patti Green
., Ronnie :Xliels
. . . Helene Sugerman
l-Xlternzite Student Council , ., i . .. .... .. Dale Miclclleman
First Row--Ronnie Lynn Abels, Bonnie Glass, Bonnie Eckhouse, Helene Sugerman, Shandel
Spiro, Donna Richards, Jane Rosenberg, Patty Green, Hannah Sadowsky, Rosalyn
Sheps, Paul Kaufman
Second Row-Mr. Caye, Marna Glantz, Eileen Horne, Roberta Feldman, Susan Smith,
Judy Nathan, Mildred Bendick, Myrna Gardner, Nancy Landy, Patti Gordon, Sandra
Keilly, Nancy Tauberg, Lawrence Betsill
Third Row-Robert Levison, Alan Pearlman, Gerson Greenbarg, Richard Burdman,
Richard Grinberg, Robert Hoffman, Milton Rosenzweig, Ronald Rosen, Sheldon Miller,
Myron Silverman, Dale Middleman
Lost and Found
A CHEMISTRY BOOK-has a girl's week-end dates on the first page.
A LUNCH CONTAINING A CORNBEEF SANDVVICH-If found,
Contact Mel Bochner.
391 FRONT ROW SEATS IN THE AUDITORIUM-Reward, one
can see and hear programs.
THE ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH AFTER TAKING FRENCH
IN THE ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH GRADES.
HOURS OF SLEEP NEVER TO BE REGAINED.
FIVE MINUTES OF LAST PERIOD EVERY DAY OF THE
STREET CAR STRIKE-if found contact Mr. Hackett's seventh period
chemistry class of September, 1957.
TIME-needed desperately-lost somewhere in the maize of books
that homework entails.
THE HORNBOOK OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY-
STUDENTS-in the mad rush in the second floor annex.
A PLACE TO SIT IN THE CAFETERIA THE DAY OF THE
A SPOT AT THE WVALL
FOUR HALF CHEVVED PENCILS UNDER A TABLE IN THE
CAFETERIA AFTER THE S. Q. T. TEST.
GYM TRUNKS AND SHOES UNDER THE SEATS IN MANY
CLASSROOMS-Please claim as soon as possible.
A CANDY WRAPPER WITH THE CANDY STILL IN IT-
Don't bother to claim because it is too late.
KNOVVLEDGE ATTAINED BY ATTENDING SCHOOL FOR
TVVELVE YEARS-"Flin-ders keepers, losers weepersf'
A PARKING SPOT AT THE LIBRARY THE DAY AFTER
SENIOR THEMES WERE HANDED IN.
A HEINZ "57" DOG RUNNING AROUND LOOKING RATHER
OUT OF PLACE-Answers to the name of "Confused"
HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH CORRECTLY-Found by an English
POSTERS SAYING. "WHO IS THE LOUD RED PATRICK?"
STREWN ON THE STEPS OF TAYLOR ALLDERDICE-Who is he?
WHEN CALLED UPON TO RECITE
Charles Micklow cracks hsis knuckles.
Lucille Vlannozzi looks scared to 'death and blinks her eyes rapidly.
Murray Rice shifts 'his school ning from one finger to another.
Irene Ball blushes a red violet.
Robert Hoderim-ansky bites his lip.
Gilberta Frankeny pulls out 'hair pins in her great emotio-n.
Mary B-argar invariably starts giggling.
Daniel Sopira prefaces eacfh sentence with a sneeze.
Dale Rosen begins yawning.
Ruth S-midy breaks in-to a great big grin from ear to ear.
Judy Katz bites 'her fingernails.
Eugene Mamfajek falls over h-is desk in standing up.
I-udy Seilinig stares fixedly out of -the window in deep concentration.
Phillip Cecchino moistens his lips and sways from -side to side.
.lane Class Play
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
C A S T
Un Order of Appearance!
Steward .,,........... ,.,. . ,.,. .
Mrs. Skinner ..,.,. .,..... ..., . . , . Sigrid Hartstein
Cornelia Otis Skinner .,,....... .,,...., j udy Fingeret
Otis Skinner .................... ..... R obert Levison
Emily Kimbrough .,..,.
Purser ..........,, ..........,
Admiral ....,...,.. ,..,.........
Harriet St. John ,.., .,..
Winifred Blaugh ......,,
Leo McEvoy .. ..
Inspector ,...... , ,,... ,
Therese .. ,,.,,.....
. Linda Ackerman
. ,.... Thomas Stutz
. ,Margaret Arters
. . Bernard Cohen
, Linda Klein
Madame Elise ..,, ..... , ., . .. Frances Weisberg
Monsieur De La Croix ..,... .. . Daniel Weaver
Window Cleaner .. ,..,.,...,.. ..,. , A . ,,....,..,....,...,..,. ....... . . ,.., ,,,.. H oward Heller
BEHIND THE SCENES
Assistant Directors. ..,,.. ..,.. ...,..,. .,.,.....,.. . . ..,............r.. . . .. .Marsha Miller, joan Ziff
Technical Directors ,..,.. .,.... ..,..,......,.,.,, . .. ,.........,.... . Patty Green, Saul Lockhart
Make-up ..,.......... .,.. ....................,......,. B o nnie Glass
Hand Props. ..... .,..,.... ..,...,.....,.. ,.,.. ..., , J a c k Ochs
Set Props .....,...,..4,..,.....,..
...... Irwin Hilk, Herky Jones
Costumes ..,......, ..,..,.... ,..... ,.,........ ......,...., ,....., . ,.,..,. 4 ,...........,.. ,..,. . . . . . ,
Business and Publicity ,........,...... ,.....,.. ..,..,...,,.....,..,.. .....,......... .......,....,....,...... H a r o ld Seder
Prompters .. . .,,..,.... .... H erky jones, Babs Hollander, Judy Katz, Sharon Zeiden
Sound .,..,..,.. ...,.....,...,,...........,............,,..4............4.....,...........,.......,..,..........,......,,,...,.,.. S aul Feiler
Stage Crew Chief .... ..............,.........,... .,..,...,..,......,.,.....,..........,..,................ S a m Puterman
Stage Crew. ,. .. ..,. , . , ,Larry Rosen, John Swazuk, Ray Zvoch
Director .. . . ,. .,,.,..,..,...... ..,,,.,..., . M Mrs. Rhoda-Gale Pollack
Faculty Sponsor . ....,.., Miss Edith Finegold
DRAMATIC ENGLISH CLASS
117 Nancy Landy, 127 Bobbie Wolk. 137 Susie Scherr, 147 Ronnie Abels, 157 Lois
Leichter, 167 Marna Glantz, 177 Harvey Stone, 187 Hannah Sadowsky, 197 Helene Suger-
man, 1107 Ronnie Goldstein, 1117 Fayenola Zalmon, 1127 Patti Green, 1137 Sheila Harvey,
1147 Susan Steinberg, 1157 Ruthie Lebovitz, 1167 Judy Lesser, 1177 Carl Katz, 1187 Ellie
Finkelpearl, 1197 Joyce Hoffman, 1207 Hugh Purnell, 1217 Louise Margules, 1227 Shirley
Tucker, 1237 Esther Pascal, 1247 Ralph Mason, 1257 Nancy Tauberg, 1267 Phyllis Gold-
hamer, 1277 Myron Silverman.
1285 Ruth Goldberg, 1295 Bob Ginsburg, 1305 Mike Lando-Paul Kaufman-Harriet
Rosenberg, 1315 Bob Hoffman, 1325 Marian Rosner, 1335 Irwin Hilk, 1345 Joanne Goldman,
1355 Bonnie Maryn, 1365 Judy Katz, 1375 Froni Biggard, 1385 Bernard Klein, 1395 Judy
Fingeret, 1405 Anita Ruben, 1415 Barbara Whitman, 1425 Marcia Casar, 1435 Beverly
Borio, 1445 Gail Choder, 1455 Joyce Freeman, 1465 Linda Greenberg, 1475 Eddie Teitel-
baum, 1485 Cynthia Weiner, 1495 Kathy Albrecht, 1505 Margaret Arters, 1515 Mimi Prizent,
1525 Susan Ferber, 1535 Rozie Sheps, 1545 Howard Heller.
1. Former member of Qual Class
2. Our favorite Senior Leader
I. Ruth Lebovitz
3. The globe-ftrotter C.
4. Outstanding chess player D.
5. A very loquacious lad E.
6. Rosalie in "The Loud Red Patrick" F.
7. Promainent member of Usher Staff G.
8. A future airline stewardess H-
9. Champion bubble-gum cihewer
10. Hard-working member of Cafeteria J.
11. Top comedian of Homeroom 372 L.
12. Disc jockey M
13. Squash player extraordinaire N.
14. President of the Senior Class O.
15. The Moneyman
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15 ROSLYN LOIBMAN 215 Bo-Diddley
25 PHYLLIS REIFER b5 Goldie
35 MARTIN SAMUELS c5 Belch
45 LINDA KLEIN d5 Raz
55 MARVIN LANDAU e5 Hockey
65 IRVIN WEDNER 15 Stretch
75 RONNY 'GOLDSTEIN g5 Minkie
85 ARNOLD FRIEDMAN 115 Fletch
95 ALAN FRANKEL i5 Sonny
105 LINDA SHAPIRO j5 Duckie
115 RONALD LESHEIN k5 Missy
125 ALBERT FRICK 15 Pee Wee
135 STANLEY GOLDSTEIN m5 I-Ierky
145 JOHN PILLAR n5 Itzy
155 DOROTHY WILSHIRE 05 Moose
165 LYNN WISENAUER p5 Flash
175 JUDY GELMAN q5 Baby
185 RONALD HOCKHAUSER r5 Shappie
195 LaVERNE ELINOW s5 Wiiiiiipy
205 PAUL KAUFMANN t5 Curly
215 GEORGE JONES u5 Judy
225 MARY ANN PANCHURA V5 Gilly
235 RALPH MASON W5 Bubbles
245 CONRAD PESYNA x5 Wlliitey
255 CAROLYN FIERST y5 Skip
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ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH GRADES
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Name: I-oa-n Mares
Reason: Doct-or's appointment
Carl came in from Cleveland.
Name: Harriet Rosenberg
Reason: Alarm didn't go off
Had to get her hair done for
Name: Phyllis Goldfhatmer
Theme was due for creative writing.
Name: Linda Shapiro
Reason: Dentist -appointment
Went to the Record Mart t-o see a
Name: Maryl Conwisher
Went looking for a summer job.
Name: Arlene Kovaos
Reas-on: Very bad cold
Went to see "Sayonara" the day
Name: Eileen Gutschall
Reason: Migrane headache
Had gone to a party the evening
Name: Arnol-d Rosenthal
Reason: Doctor's appointment
Went to the opening Pirate's gam
Name: Larry Levine
Reason: Singing with choir at Spring
Actually went to the ball game.
TEACHERS GET GRAY WHEN
Bernie Cohen says "When are we getting our tests back ?"
Ida Rosen "May I sharpen my pencil ?"
Betty Ann Halapin "Should we write on the back of the paper too?"
Ed Kepick "But I have nothing to study."
Should we skip a line after our names ?"
May I please be excused ?"
Not more homework!"
May I go to my locker P"
How do you diagram this here sentence ?"
Ed King "Can I have a library pass P"
Ted Leshen "Please repeat that again."
Walt Mainwaring "Whatd'ya say P"
Bonnie Plenderleith "Will you change my schedule P"
Charlotte Ryczek "
The halls were so crowded I couldn't get to cl
before the bell rang."
"May I go to the bookroomg I lost my book P"
Sponsor-Miss Laura Zeigler
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
JUNIOR COUNCIL OFFICERS
SENIOR COUNCIL OFFICERS
JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
Sponsor Mlss Laura Zelgler
214 STAFF SCHOOL TREASURERS
FOURTH PERIOD HALL PATROL
A.J.A. Miss M0nheim's Staff
TODAY'S BUSINESS GIRLS Sponsor-Miss Margaret Winch
JUNIOR OFFICE STAFF
Sponsor-Miss Margaret Hanrahan
Sponsor-Miss Kathryn McKinney
Sponsor-Miss Gertrude Oetting
Chocolate . . . TOM REYNOLDS . . . everyone's favorite . . . four-year
term as homeroom president . . . friendly
Strawberry . . . FRONI BIGGARD . . . sweet and serene . . . always ready
to help . . . one -of the few who study during sixth period . . . a future
Lemon Sherbet . . . HELENE SCHVVARTZ . . . blonde . . . energetic
member of Cafeteria Staff . . . graceful
Chocolate Marshmallow . . . STUART BERKOVVITZ . . . jolly . . . life
of the party . . . inveterate pipe smoker
Mint . . . JOYCE DONELICK . . . refreshing . . . vivacious . . . will
attend business college after graduation
Strawberry Ripple . . . DOROTHY FECHKO . . . mellow . . . sweet smile
. . . beautiful blonde hair . . . warm personality
Vanilla . . . MARY ANN PANCHURA . . . the all-American girl . . .
sunny smile . . . lively cheerleader . . . "VVhere's Sally ?"
Caramel . . . HUGH PURNELL . . . smooth . . . 372,s answer to Wfyatt
Earp . . . calm, cool, and collected
Ginger . . . CAROLYN BONNEM . . . lively . . . charming . . . a bridge
fiend . . . future journalist . . . witty
Lime Sberbet . . . RALPH GABLER . . . cool . . . sports car enthusiast
. . . likes jazz
Spunioni . . . CARMINA MAGLIERI . . . a real treat . . . famous for her
Italian cooking . . . gentle
Raspberry . . . ARTHUR LAVVRENCE . . . pleasant . . . Oh, that red
hair! . . . relaxed . . . easy to get along with
Orange Sherbet . . . LOUISE PETROCI . . . tranquil . . . statuesque
brunette . . . good-natured . . . sincere
Walnut . . . JOHN MUNSIE . . . reserved . . . "My car broke down again"
. . . always on timef Pj . . . a future criminologist
Butterscotch . . . BETTY FREEMAN . . . sweet . . . demure . . . loves
music . . . a good worker . . . amiable
Peach . . . GAY BARR . . . delicate . . , good things come in small pack-
ages . . . a reallv aooropriate first name . . . delightful
Burnt Alm-ond . . . HARVEY STONE . . . subtle . . . stamp collector
. . . harmonious member of A Choir . . . intelligent
WORDS NEVER SAID BY-
C'harles Newman-"I don't understand."
Marsha Sadowsky-"I'll take your tray in."
Frances Weisberg-"I wish I could play the violin."
Alan Blatt-"I wouldn't have a car if you paid me."
Murray Alber-"Nothing compares t'o the folod at school."
Harvey Rubenstein-"I'd like to stay another year."
Elliott Blinn-"These textbooks are terrific."
Teacher-Miss Diantha Riddle
Teacher-Miss Rose Hartz
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THE WORDS OF THE WISE
Mr. Routh: "I may not always be right, but I am never wrong."
Miss Geist: "I always follow the rules."
Mrs. Bartrem: "Well, I was in Florida, oh, several years ago, and 1 saw
this suspicious-lookfing character-a spy and-"
Doc VVagner: "O.K.-let's see no-w-all right, O.K., you!!"
Miss Riddle: "If you mean a spade, say a spade-not a horticultural im-
Miss Hillard: "Dear, dear, dearie, Winston tastes good as a cigarette
Mr. Nornis: "The psychological moment for a test has arrived."
Miss McKinney: "Whois next?"
Miss Sekey: "Mettez du Cote toutes les cho-ses."
Miss L. Zeigler: "Honey, take your tray in."
Miss Skarinski: "Yo'u're just a little kid in school-a namby-pamby, wishy
Coach Sfofieldz 'Tim going to stand here until you guys all decide to
Miss Bowlin: "Mihi cartus date."
Mr. Caye: "This is plane geometry, boys. XVe're studying angles, not
SUGGESTED THEMES FOR COLLEGE TUTORIALS
The Stanislavsky Method of Acting-Roland Jones
Charles A. Beard's C-ontribut-ion to Historiography-.lo Ann Lerner
Terra Cotta as a Fine Arts Medium-Elroyal Irvin
Russia as Seen by the 19th 'Century Russian Thinkers-Gerald Sokolow
The Electras of Sophocles, Santre and O'Neill-Neil Cartiff
Solubility -of Fatty Ac.ids of High Molecular Weights-Paul Ca-meron
Greek Myths Adapted to Children's Stories-Lynda Caplan
Ontogeny of Mammalian Skeleton-Gary Blackburn
Interior Window Treatment in the Present Day Home-Ho-ward Shore
The Place of English Folk Ballads in Literature-Ellen Schuster
The Literary Impact of the Sac-co-Vanzetti Trial-Lou Silverhart
Biological Study of Bird Flight-Richard Burdman
A Philosop'hical Interpretation of Tragedy-Matey Yalch
Effects of Protein and Carbohydrate on tvhe Albino Rat-George Altenbaugh
Historical Development of Sterling Silver-Rita Carter
The Evolution Conflict Between Science and Religion-Ronald Schwerin
Egg-Tempera Encaustic as Contemporary Media--Robert Whitney
A Studv of Van Gogh, Cezanne, Gaugin, and Picasso-Melvin Boehner
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Sponsor-Mr. joseph Thompson
CHESS CLUB Snonsor-Mr. joseph Thompson
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SENIOR DISCUSSION CLUB Sponsor-Dr. Anna QuI1ttrQEhi
DRIVERS CLUB Sponsor-Mr. Alex Seigal
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Sponsor-Mrs. Marjorie Barirem
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB
Sponsor-Miss Kay Monheim
GREEN KEY CLUB
Mr. John Irwin
JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Sponsor-Miss Frances Aaron
UNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Sponsor-Miss Helen Sekey
JUNIOR GERMAN CLUB
Sponsor-Mrs. Fannetta Gordon
JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB
Sponsor-Miss Catherine R. Folger
Mr. Norman Mulgrave
Mr. Lawrence Norris
JUNIOR WRITERS CLUB
Sponsor-Miss Elaine Pelaez
RED CROSS COMMITTEE WOODCARVING CLUB
Sponsor-Miss Laura Zeigler Sponsor-Mr. Lloyd
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SQUARE DANCE CLUB
Sponsor-Mr. Louis Weitzel
SENIOR GERMAN CLUB
Miss Mary Brennan
798865-ehawrence Betsill: for being an accomplished singer and good
399485--Richard Grinberg: for being such a baby doll that all the girls
neglect their studies to play with him
299670-Mildred Calias Susiej Bendick: for baking such delicious cakes
that we all break our newly formed diets
888966-Robert C-a'l-ia-s Huckerj Hoffman: for enlarging the holes in our
233678-Patti Green: for skipping town with the class bankroll
902256-Paul Calias Wiiiipyj Kaufman: for racfing along without his car
455783--Bonnie Glass: for making up stories to get our names in t-he
555622-Milton Rosenzweig: for failing to blvow the school up with his
latest scientific experiment
773558-Dale falias The Whalej Middleman: for dropping his records,
right before -the dance
546680-Judy Nathan: for influencing Miss Zeigler in Student Council
699043-Ronnie Abels: for purposely confusing the teachers into thinking
that she is a boy fwe know she isn'tj
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SENIOR FACIAL EXPRESSION FAVORITE HAUNT
Mike Lando Varied I.F.I.S. Meeting
Alan Bregman Amiable Choir Room
Betsy Hostler VVarm Sewing Room
William Puchta Serious Library
Dennis Witt Funny Cafeteria
Alan Bolyard Mischievious OL1tSidC 356
Harvey Katofsky Smiling Print Sh-Op
Alan Levenson Angry Hall P3-U01
Alan Breakstone Bashful Allilifflrilllll
,Ioan Custer I don't care Her LOCRCI'
Marsha Miller Excited Flegpele
Rochelle Eichenbaum Friendly English CIHSS
David Steinberg Ioking 464
Sheila Rein Busy Holllemolll
Barry Hersh Pensive l-HUU C1355
Eileen Goldenson Happy The Wall
Bonnie Maryn IT!-iendly qlerry s .House
Richard Rosenzweig Studious Swimming Pool
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From my throne atop Mount VVashington, I view my kingdom with
pride. I am steel. Through my strength Pittsburgh progresses. Through
Pittsburgh's strength, the world progresses.
'lloward the east is my birthplace-the jones 8: Llaughlin steel mill.
Melted under intense heat, poured into a mold, passed through tremendous
rollers, and slowly cooled, I emerge a power. The metallic smoke, silver
gray, copper brown, steel blue, continually rising from the stacks of my mill,
symbolizes the never ceasing production.
Below me, the mighty Monongahela, 'freeway of industry, transports
barges loaded with precious exports. Connecting the far corners of my king-
dom, massive lead-gray bridges span the width of the flowing river. I am
the foundation of the towering structures that guard my kingdom. The
Gateway Center buildings, a rising generation, stand straight and noble in
silver supremacy. Although ti1ne-worn, the older landmarks still possess
the dignity and wisdom of age.
I provide a way of life for my subjects-laborers, white-collar workers.
artisans, and professional men. Vtiithout me. men are powerless. VVithout
men, I am powerless. lVe strive together to unify our kingdom-the giant
blacksmith of America.
ode of Eilzzbs
We will be loyal, sincere, courteous and considerate in our dealings with
VVe will be reliable and trustworthy in all our relations.
We will be punctual and regular in our attendance in school.
We will endeavor, individually and collectively, to observe the rules and
regulations that govern us.
We will strive to do our best in all our academic endeavors.
We will develop such personal habits and will observe such conduct as
will be a credit to ourselves and our school.
We will be clean and neat in appearance.
We will do our part to make our building and grounds attractive at all times.
We will endeavor to achieve and to help others achieve the high ideals of
those who attend Taylor Allderdice High School.
We will always respect and by our conduct cause others to respect the name
of Taylor Allderdice High School.
To Allderdice a song of joy we raise.
Her trifold creed in word and deed we praise 5
She stands on high to guide us through the daysg
Our loyalty to her we pledge always!
In quest of knowledge may she be our guideg
To serve her well be this our aim and prideg
She leads us as comrades side by side,
To that fair goal where truth and love abide.
Teacher-Miss Eleanor Boland
Dear Allderdice, -
I have spent the last four years within your walls, impatiently waiting
for my graduation. Now that graduation is almost here, I realize it won't
be the jubilant occasion I have built up in my mind. Thinking over the
past four happy years, I realize I don't want to leave. Within your walls
teen-agers of various religions, communities, social classes, and races have
worked and played together without recognition of differences. I have made
many good friends and acquaintances here, friends I will surely miss in the
years to come. Graduation night as I walk out of your door for the last
time, I will be leaving many things behind. There will no longer be any
crowded halls or cafeteria food to complain about. I will also leave behind
your classrooms, and your teachers, your gyms and swimming pool and
auditorium. I will no longer sit in your art, home economics, or music
rooms, your labs or shops. I will no longer cheer the victories of your teams,
football, basketball, swimming, cross country, track, golf, debating and chess.
Your club program will be a thing of my past. Annual events that have be-
come tradition will live forever with me. In these memories will be the
inspirational Christmas programs, the choir's singing in the halls, and the
turkey treat. Hold your head high, dear Allderdice, for y-ou have a right
to be proud. You have taught us well and we will depart fully prepared
for the future.
June Class, 1958
She shines out among the Majorettes with 'her bright, red hair.-Myrna
He is small, wears glasses, and keeps a drusm by 'his side.-Paul Cohen
She resembles Shirley Jones, blonde hair and all.-Donna Richards
He's 'playboy material with a golf club always in 'his hand.-Ronald Rosen
Wearing a long 'brown page boy, this girl has the poise necessary to model
in the fashlion sh-ows.-Helene Suiger-man
He seems real ivy league, with horn rimmed glasses and a variety of crew
neck sweaters.-Bob Levison
S-he hypnotizes the boys with her big brown eyes and cute figure-Patti
Tiny, -with a reddlish page boy, this miss is always by Paul.-Susie Smith
Sponsor-Mr. john Irwin
Director-Miss Eudice Berman
Coach-Mr. Louis Weitzel
Dra on ummar -1957
Player Pts. Pts.
Game Record Statistic Totals 1111,-1-,V l1z1vilz1ck 1 40
Our Opp, Dragons Opponents hl1ll'Vlll Hull . .. . .2 14
iwre Opponent Score f,4..1fim lam-115 , ss .lim 111'1'1111'1111111 - - -- 11 13
7M ., ,,tA,,t, VvlllilllSl3lII'g P, lo 1281. Nr-1 lellmmg xxmlrlgc ll35 Kimi' WH -A - PM 11 13
ISN. ..., .. ...,., Munhall .,,.., .,,. , , 7 256..I':1ssing' lzlrclzngc . , 582 11111111111 1-1'S1'1'11 -- " H 11 11
0 ,tt,.... ww View ..t.., ng 24-os...1mWs P , t,,, ...,.-12-112 "f'W111"l -1'1111'1'Sf"' ll 0
6M H ,.,, VXN'e5tingl10ugQ 27 l2...l1z1sscs llllL1l'Ck'1IlL1ll ,... . 5 1'111'1'Y 11015111 -- 3 2
l9,.. .. , ..,,., South Hills . .. , U 2-l., l1uuts .. 27 11111911 .111111111 '- - 1 1
241 , ,. ,..,., South .. 7 ll. F1 mhlus l.m:s1 6 " 1'
ggi H V,4, Wgf1,Q,11t., Q H 7 3551-ml. l'l-nmlizml 270 "WWII P A -A 6 W?
l2,,. .. ,. .. ,Pl-znhmly . 13 11l1l'- 111111111 '- S 98
02 .Total Points ,. , .. .. 08
'5Rushing Summary Player Records
Player Att. Gain Loss Net Ave. LONGEST: Player Yards Opponent
ulcrril Holt ,, , .. 62 482 2 480 7.7-l Run from suriu11uz1gc-Nlcrril llllll 4:89 Sclwnluy
larry Pavilack ,.,,...,..,..,,. 79 415 13 -W2 5.09 Kick-off returll-Hzu'ry l1z1vilz1ck... 75 Wilkiuslmurg'
Qlllliilfl l-E'Sl1Cll V,.. . 64 285 9 276 -l.5l lut. pass return-Ronald l.eslu-u .. 'toll South
im MCF3flHIlll , . --.--- 10 49 fl 43 -l.-lll Scoring pass-Pzavilaclc to Holt. .. 1168 Sclwnlcy
l0W2il'4l rlllllefwll .. -. .-,V 12 48 5 43 5-53 lwllllt-HlJlX'21l'll .'XllilCl'SUll . , -ll Scllculcy
5901329 ,l0l1CS ...,V. ....... 2 S ll 3 -lllll Run with cmnp. pass-Illarviu Holt, 43 Schculey
'om Cancilla ,,..., ..., . . 2 lll ll ll! 5.00 Most tourhcllvwlls-Hurry Puvilack ,, .. .No.f1'S
im ll'WlI1 V...... 3 l-l ll l-l 4.67 Best rushing ZlX'k'I'2lQIC'--xlL'l'I'll Hultw. . .Xvc.-7.7-l
.urry Betsill .... . . ,,,.,.. 2 3 ll 3 -U70 Must pass llllL'l'CC1IllUIlS7llZll'l'Y l1:xVil:1clc .No.-X7
Total ,... ..., 236 1319 35 128-Q 5.-l-l 1' unofficial all time l'L1L'Hl'il
Jl1l1' 711111111 "" """" 2 111 1-115 181' 11115 11111 Gratituclc is cxpressusl to ,Xlzm l'1l'Illllil'l u'hu :limlwl
T iu compiling' those figures.
from scrinnnage only
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
Coach-Mr. John McNertney
SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM
Harry Pavilack, Tom Evans
Tony Pompeo, Gus Stamoolis
-i:. '- 5? 4. x
Shiv lx! Ln...
Coach-Mr. Martin Valenti
Stroke Height Weight
Kantrowitz, Ken ..,,,. .......,. B t 6' 170
Rosenzweig, Dick .,... .,..,.... F r 6' 150
Rizzo, joe ..........,... ,.,...... 1 Jv-Fr 5'9" 155
Cohen, Robert ...,., ......... 1 fr 6'2" 150
Passell, Nick .,...... ..,...... O 6' 155
Kaufman, Hank ,.... .,,...... 1 fr 5'8" 150
Pancer, Mike ,.,..... 4,....,.. 1 71' 5'9" 140
Masters, Bob .,..,... ...,..... F 1' 5'10" 170
Sollinger, Jerry ....... ....,.... B k 5'10" 145
Nadel, Alan ...,........, ....,.... 13 k 5'11" 158
Shearer. David ,..,..,. ..,...... 1 Tr 5'9" 165
Shapira, David ,,....., ......,., 1 nd 5'9" 135
Sewald, Ron ..,..,...... ..,...... D v 5'3" 119
Feldman. Richard ..... ,........ O 5'9" 137
Quinn, Tim ,.......... .... ,,,,..,.. 17 1 ' 5'9" 140
Ress, Sandy ...... ,........ F 1' 5'11" 140
Singer, Irwin ....,.. ....,.... F Y 5'7" 135
Finder, Ron ..,....., Fl' 5'7" 130
Rogow. Ri-ck .... , ..,.,,, DV-Fr 5'5" 119
Magram, Ron ...,.. .... ..,. R t 5'4" 145
Linder, Alan ........,.,.,.. ......... . ,...... B k 5'6" 130
" check table for event. Key-Frzfreestyle, Btzfbutterfly, Dv
backstroke, Ozorthodox breast, Indzindividual medley
Grade to date.
IZA 1 110
11B 1 200
12B 1 223
11B Z :35
11B 1 :10
10B 1 223
10B 1 235
9B 1 :32
9B 1 :43
Coach-Mr. john McNertney
6 Scllactcr, Allan .
7 Yunlcovltz, Dun
Pos. Height Weight Grade Age
.. ..,,..., lf 5
10 Yalt-11.11111 6'1"
12 XYaclrli11g. Bill ...,,, .,.. C 6'3"
14 llulmllak, Mike . .,... lf 6'2"
18 lfricclmzin, Lcslic .,.. .. ,. ,li 6'
20 VYQflncr, Irwin ..,,. .. fi 5'll"
22 Rinnncl, jim ., .,... .. .lf 5'l1"
Z-l 1.loycl, 1-1111111141 ...l7 6'
30 Reed. Stanley A ,..,..., Ulf 6'
32 Hctsill, I.an'rcncc
,. .. .C 6'3"
54 Neiman, XYayne ..,...,... ..,....... L ' 6'3"
-10 pX11clc1'sn11, Howarrl ,,.... .. ,..,,. 1: 6'1"
-12 XY:1ll01'. lfrzxnlc ,,,.,.. ,..,...,.. ,. .. ,. . HG 5'l1"
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
NINTH GRADE CHAMPIONS
EIGHTH GRADE CHAMPIONS
SEVENTH GRADE CHAMPIONS
Coach-Mr. John McNertney
Name Events Height Weight Age
Rice, A. 1.
LH, OY 5'7" 135
MR 5'11" 140
FY 5'8" 130
PV 5'8" 170
HM 5'8B6" 160
M R 5'10" 155
HM 5'5" 120
HMR, OY 5'11" 150
D, SP 6'0" 250
PV 5'7" 140
BJ, Hj, HMR 5'7" 160
D. SP 5'1056" 175
BJ, FY, MR 5'8" 1-15
HMR, TY 5'8" 160
M 5'11" 135
HH 6'2" 180
MR 5'l0" 155
FY. MR 5'8" 140
HM 5'10" 140
M 5'11" 150
HMR, TY 5'7" 135
Hj 5'8" 130
HJ 5'1l" 145
SP 5'10" 190
D 6'0" 195
HH 6'1" 170
M 5'9" 150
M 5'7" 130
HM 5'8" 145
LH 5'11" 185
LH 5'11" 150
-Broad Jump: D-Discus: FY-440 Yard Run, HH-High Hurdles: HJ-
gh Jump: HMgHalf Mile Run, HMR-Half Mile Relay, LH-Low Hurdlesg
'XI-Mile Run: MRfMile Relay, OY-100 Yard Run, PV-Pole Vault, SP-
Shot Put: TY-220 Yard Run.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Coach-Mr. Claude Sofield
TOP RATING ATHLETES
To Mr. John H. Irwin, retiring athletic
instructor, who has directed the Allderdice
Majorettes and the Green Key Club, and
who will be remembered as one of Pitts-
burgh's finest athletes
The quarter starts, the whistle shrills.
With green-clad crowds the grandstand fills.
The big ball swishes through the hoop,
The point is scored by a one-man troop.
For thirty years his fans have roared,
For thirty well-aimed baskets scored
In life's fair game, his sturdy name
Has flashed on Victory's tally board.
"We'll cheer for White and cheer for Green
And cheer for Irwin in between!"
The fanfare floods the empty gym
And breezes through the basket rim.
M Ujuyf 1,
,M My JV 12' W, ,JJ DX
WD fv A ,iw Leaders
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Sponsor-Miss Mary Allsh
"What's My Line ?"
I've Patched My Catch
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CHAMPIONSHIP CHESS TEAM
Seated fleft to rightjz Lee Glickman, Lee Ohringer, Howard Spodek
Standing: Sam Geffner, Nick Passell.
Sponsor-Mr. Joseph Thompson
ALLDERDICE WITHOUT ITS SENIORS IS LIKE . .
Steve Hoffman without the navy
James Hayes 'withouit 'his late-running streetica1's
Geraldine Ragnelli wiitliuut her SC'Cl'CfZll'iZll ability
214 without Miss Zeigler
Howard Schwartz wit'h'out his sense uf humor
Sue Smith without her voice
Irwin Wedner and Paul Kaufman XYiill'Ullf Z1 hzlsketlmll
Carol Fairfield without her pony tail
Miss Warnock without hex' smmets
jo Ann Blotzer -witliouvt Nancy Toth
Rona Wolk withoiu't her piano
Sandy Solomon without her smile
,lilllfllill Staff without Miss Riddle
Harvey Weisberg witlwuit his cars
Miss Wilson's office without Evie Wagner
Thanksgiving without "Turkey Treat"
Fayenola Zalrnon without her ice skates
Suzie Ryave without her sewing' 'machine
The Wall without a crowd
Allen Berman without his camera
Harold Seder without his leaclership ability
The class play without the Dl'Ulllp't6l'S
Esther Pascal without her contracts fm' -i0'lll'IlIll arls
C he MVSTR
WITHER THOU GOEST
Dale Mriddleman and Susie Silverman
Myra Reicher and B-ob Nassau
Reva Greenberg and Margie Spokane
Suzan Ryave and Marcia Leff
Bill Merwvitzer and Martin Samuels
Caro-1 Greenfield and Tommy Stutz
Judy Gel-man and Linda Klein
Gail Choder, Mimi Prizent, and Doitty Tauber
Eleanor Finkelpearl and Fayenola Zalmon
Linda Ackerman and Judy F ingeret
Sandy Keilly, Eileen Horne, and Marna Glantz
Gus Stam-oolis and Elliott Simon
Maxine Lundy and Roslyn Loibmfan
Sigrid Hartstein and Barbara Abrams
Roberta Feldman, Rozi Sheps, and Hannah Sadowsky
Linda Beckett and Janet Aber
Bobbi Wo-lk and Joyce Hoffman
Brent Klein and Bernard Klein
Linda Rae and Jack A. Abel
Paul Cohen and Susie Smith
Geralyn Ha-gimaiier and Buck Kaye
Loretta VVagner and Sonny Balog
A SENIOR'S LIBRARY
T-his book reminds us of
THE CITADEL ..,......,..,,,........,......,...........,.,, ....,..........,............,....... T he VVall
THREE MUSKETBERS ..................,. Ronnie Goldstein, Michael Hockman,
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE .......,....l.............,..... ...,... T he girls of M.M.M.
THE CRISIS ..........................,....................,.......l.. . ..,.................. Report was
THE BATTLE-GROUND l........,...... Arguing with a teacher over a grade
SINGING SISTERS. ,.., . .,.. Lois Malek, Sally Guyer, Mary Ann Panchura
ALL AMERICAN 4..,... ,..l.......,........ . ,..,.... . ,.,, . .Tony Pompeo, Jim McFarland
THE LIVELY LADY ..,........,...,.,........,..,..,....,.....,........,.........., Miss McKinney
MY SISTER AND I ........ .......4,...... A nne and Blanche Ilson
Judy and Trudy Krause
Joyce and Judy Gottlieb
THE VALIANT LADY l........4... .......... E ach senior 'homeroom teacher
A FRIEND OF CAESAR ,.,.......... .....,..,..,.............,......,..... O ur Latin song
VANITY FAIR ........,..,.....,....................,.. Gfirls using make-up during class
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER ......,...........................................,. Miss Zeigler
ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO ..............,.....,.....,..........,.............. The Prom
THE YOUNG ENCHANTEID .........,..,..,....,......,.....,.,...... Those at the Prom
LIFE OF THE BEE l.4...........,,........ Topics suggested for the senior theme
SENIORS CAST THEIR VOTES FOR:
Marilyn Jeffries-A secret passageway between the junior Office and the
Cafeteria Qto avoid being trampled when carrying Miss Alle-n's trayj
George McDer1nrrtt-Elevator passes for all seniors
Nelson Solow-A coffee break at ten olclock
Nancy Ohler-Hearing aids to raise or lower the teacher's voice
Leon Steiner-Longer lunch periods
Tom livans-Air Force ROTC at Allderdice
Ian VVolk-A two-semester course in Creative Vlfriting
-Iudy Sheehy-"Music to Study Hy" piped into each class room
blames lJiNel1a-Radar sets strategically placed to warn when Mr. VViegand
Don Lloyd-Diners' Club Card to the Cafeteria
Daune M-organ-An eight-semester course in Hot Rod Designing
Harriet Sorg-An "Eat and Park" installed at the corner of Forward
and Tilbury for the convenience of Allderdice students
Bobbi Thomas-A new location for Allderdice, Miami Beach or Bermuda.
Fred Landau-A member of the debating team:
first prize winner of the Penn Speech Tour-
Sheila Harvey-A member of Future Nurses of
America and one of Miss McKinney's Maidens
Margaret Passmore-A first place D.A.R. His-
tory Awardg a member of Future Teachers of
Ed Collins-Member of Physics Club
Mitchell Sandler-Member of the Aquarium Club 1
member of the HC JS PIT.-Xl,ity Committee
Richard Levinson-Attended the Allegheny Auto-
mation courseg received an zuitomation award
Xn industrial engineer
An electrical engineer
In My Opinion
IT'S THE GREATEST
Horses, sports cars, pie
Girls, dramatics, verbal combat with
Monkeys, girls, camping
Driving, sports, animals
Wine, women, and song
Sports, onion rolls, Buddy Holly
Kilt skirts, Big Boys, and big boys
Magic tricks, an IBM homework-doing
Fridays, bo-w'l-i-ng, dancing
Alfred E. Neuman, the Hi-Lo's, eating
Music, books, art, "Peanuts" by Schultz
Electronics students, driving with the
radio blaring, stuffed animals
Real sharp cars, water sports, Miami
U. in Florida
LINDA RAE MARKS
Rides home, -lack Alan. vacations,
THE WORLD'S WORST
Small change, slow drivers, eggnog
Noisy sixth periods, typing teachers
Elvis, screeching of chalk, used cars
Feople fexcluding himselfj who can't
p-ark cars, cheese sandwiches, work
Mother Fletchers macaroni and cheese,
Bugs, crazy drivers in bright yellow
Erasers that make a horrible mess of
a painstakingly neat paper, taking
home the wrong book
The lack of stools in the cafeteria,
people in front walking slowly
VVaiting, loud noises, collecting money,
Trying to discover the correct time on
Allderdice clocks. filter cigarettes,
wait-ing in line
Diets, eating breakfast, little brothers
Math, cold weather, non-Ivy League
Sundays, streetcars, rush h-our, rock
SUE RIOTH MAN
Getting u-p at 1:00 P.M. on Sunday,
watching TV instead of doing home-
work, ph-one calls
Girls, racing cars, black shirts
Painting, sports, dating
Music, sports, eating
Listening to the radio, sewing, dating
Never finding a parking place on
Forbes Street after school, tea bags,
the name Susan
Crew haircuts, Ivy League hats, white
bucks, riding on buses
Classical music, unipegged pants
XYestern movies, quiz shows. liver,
teachers who open windows in the
middle of winter
, Rushing to class as the late bell rings,
getting up at 7, supper dishes
Nancy and Sluggo ...i...,,,.,.....,.............
The Jackson Twins .....,.
F reckles ..,.....i...,....,.,....
Rex Morgan, M.D ..... ,
Joe Paloroka .,..,.,......,...,,
Dennis, The Menace ...i...
Buz Sawyer .,.......
Brenda Starr ......
L'il Abner .,..,..
Daisy Mae .i......
Joyce Hoffman and Henry Slesinger
Joyce and Judy Gottlieb
r A ff
Mite :EX , r X K
fs if? fp
,. Eleanor Uselton
., David Shear
. ,, Jerry NVo0ds
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
FRUNI lilGlS.'XlQlJfXYoii't smneune please liuy tlicsc -IOURN X Ql 5
Cl..VXlRlC RCJSlCNZXYlliG-lluw will l get to tlic liln'z1i'y tmlzly
VIUIJY N.'X'l'H.-XN!lSut I never stucly liarcl.
MIKE FONfXYliat's my line?
H ANNAH S.-XlJOXYSKYfl'in going on LL dict again.
SUSAN SL'l'll2RR4l.o'ok lierc, cliilcll
qXRNUl.l7 lfRlClilHlAN4l read books!
SH.-XNl3lfl, SPIRO-I really rlun't say tlizit
HUXX'.XRlJ SCHXY.XlQTZ-By Gcm'g'el
NANCY 'l'fXLfl3llRG4Oi, my liczlrt and liver!
bl.-XNlC ROSlCNlSERG4l lmow you clon't love mc.
SHIELIJON Rlll.l,ER-For that.
l3ll.l. RlilNFlil.DfTl1e goat saicl
'IOAN Zllrpfixllfl so on and so lurtli.
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A Senior 's Diary
September 3A-The school seems empty without those seniors from the last
class. VVhat am I saying? This is the first day of my being a
September 23-October 4-I feel like such a misfit! Everyone except me
has the Asian flu. I must be next. The attendance is so poor that I can
actually walk safely through the second floor annex.
October 5-Sputnik, a Russian satellite, is reported to be in outer space.
Everyone I know is either trying to sell me tickets for the first trip
to the moon or to convince me to be a space scientist. In a way, I am
a space scientist since I take up time and space in my solid geometry class!
October 10-Boy, I'm ugly! I got my proofs today, and I'm having retakes
October 14-I was a bit late for school today. You see, there is a transpor-
tation strike, but I understand that it will be over soon.
October 22-Wliew! Today I took the National Merit Scholarship Quali-
fying Test. One of the writings was about a Mrs. Mahoney. From
what I read, she was buying something to give her husband for dinner:
but everyone else says that the nasty creature murdered her husband.
October 25--The Student Council "Foot Ball" was one hundred per cent
successful. All of the teachers were exceptionally good in the enter-
tainment, especially Dr. Teal with his leather jacket and sideburns.
October 31-VVe were all "apple-siders" today. Our teachers each received
a one-month supply of apples.
November l-Parties. parties. and more parties! Tonight was the first
12A party, the "I-Iallowe'en Hop." I understand that Nancy Strauch
and her date along with Anna Mae Kusko and her date stole the dress
parade with their originality.
November 23-Double whew! Today I had quite an experience taking the
Civic Club Test. Do you know how many miles of railroad track there
are in the United States?
Friday. December I3-Despite the unlucky date, the senior class play.
The Loud Red Patrick, was an hilarious success. Billy Reinfield was
successful in carrying Susie Berger across the stage for the last time.
December I9--I got rather misty-eyed as approximately thirty alumni walked
to the stage to sing "Emitte" at the end of the best program A Cappella
Choir has ever given.
December 21-January Z-VVhat a vacation! I didn't do the work I had
planned: but. oh. the fun I had.
january I7--Those 12A's just receive one honor after the other. Yesterday
there was the Kiwanis Club luncheon for high honor students and to-
day, Honor Assembly. "Moving up" and becoming a IZA made mc
feel very important.
January 20-I hear that -Iohn Pillar mav replace Groucho Marx's duck.
Todav, in the Class Dav entertainment, he came down in a lighted
swing each time the contestants said the secret word.
January 22-Well, this is it! Our class is the "big brass" around Allder-
dice now. The other l2A's graduated tonight. I'm going to miss them
January 24-The senior prom was tonight. I know the "gang" had a won-
derful time although they must have felt sad since this was the last
thing they would do together.
February l-The Russians can have their Sputnik and their Muttnikg we
have the Explorer. The next time someone tries to sell me a ticket
for a trip to the moon, maybe I should buy one!
February 3-just eighty-five more days to go, and I have a fabulous sched-
ule this semester: math review, study, history, hall patrol, English,
activity period, and study. Iim just worried about one thing. I'm
going to have an awful lot of homework.
February 14-Nobody loves me! My last Valentine's Day in high school,
and I didn't get even one valentine.
February 15-I thought my JOURNAL features were good until the meeting
today. Now I have to rewrite all of them.
March 20-I'd like to murder the wise guy who invented report cards. He
just ruined my whole senior year. When I'm a senior again next year . . .
March 21-It was a 'beautiful day. The sun was shining, the birds were
singing, and the flowers were blooming. Then I woke up and found
two inches of snow covering the ground on this first day of spring.
March 26-Glory hallelujah! While repairing the school's front steps,
someone cracked the gas main: and school was dismissed at lunch time.
What a break!
March 28-Student Council did it again. This time it was the "Spring
Swing." When I saw two lines forming from one end of the gym to
the other, I was rather confused until I realized that everyone was
doing the "Stroll." Climaxing the dance was the giving away of
Allderdice pens and sweatshirts, class play tickets, a JOURNAL subscrip-
tion, and senior prom tickets.
April 1-Guess what? I got a scholarship. Before you take that bit of news
seriously, youid best look at the calendar. Happy April Fool's Day!
April 4-7-Although I spent half of Easter Vacation at the library, I had a
wonderful time. I only wish it had been twice as long as it was.
April Z3-I think that several of the people in my class have gone crazy.
They walked around the cafeteria today carrying balloons.
April 25-What a load off my mind. I turned in my Senior theme today
even though it wasn't very good. Oh, well, I've gotten E's before!
Tonight I went to our Senior Class Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. After
the third boy ran away when I tried to patch him, I almost gave upg
but I finally got there. Pee VVee Reifer and Tuffy Gantz dance so
April 28-"Halleluia, bananas! Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me." Trans-
lation: "Yes we have no bananas. We have no bananas today." Before
you start to think that I'm crazy, I'll explain. Today Dr. Laufe, an
English professor at Pitt, spoke to our F.T.A. Club about musical
comedies. I-Ie showed us first how lyricists steal melodies and then.
how to compose music from telephone numbers. I never spent a more
May 2--Dramatic English Class gave a bang up performance of "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay." Judy Fingeret looked so well in that stunning
outfit that I wis-h she'd wear it more often!
May 15-Well, they say there's one in every class, and this year I'm the one.
I'm the only member of my class who applied to ten colleges and was
rejected by all of them.
May 27-Get this one. Somehow my name was on the list of high honor
ptudfznts, and I went to the Kiwanis Club dinner today. It was really
May 30-Oh my aching sunburn! VVhy did I have to go swimming for
four hours this afternoon? I hope the blisters disappear before graduation.
,Tune 5-For the first time I was on the stage today. It felt wonderful to be
honored at Honor Assembly. and Mother and Daddy were so proud of me.
June 6-That Class Day entertainment sure was something. Maybe seven
and a half minutes between classes would be a good idea. And that
picnic afterwards! I never had so much fun.
une 9-l just came home from commencement rehearsal. You should see
what I look like in my cap and gown. That gown must be at least four
sizes too biv' for me.
june 10-XX'ell, it's good-bye to Kennywood Park. Today I went to my last
school picnic. XYe rode on the roller coaster, the ferris wheel, and the
merry-go-rm:und until we were so dizzy that we couldn't stand up, and
then we ate hot dogs, cotton candy. pop corn, and everything else im-
aginable. l'm a hit ill tonight, but it was a wonderful good-bye to
une llaTonight the fun ends. Yes, in spite of everything, I had the most
wonderful senior year in the world. l'll always remember the friends
and parties and even the fun of writing a senior theme. It is really
hard for me to believe that after the prom on Friday night, our class
will be scattered all over the country. Although we have been criticized
and scorned, I know that after graduation we will show everyone how
wrong they were about us by making our contributions to the world's
progress. lYe are so deeply indebted to the people at Taylor Allder-
dice that l don't think we can ever thank them adequately. The won-
derful teachers who taught us so many fascinating things deserve the
credit for making the past four years the best in our lives. I know that
in the future I shall remember my days at Taylor ."Xllderdice with
CHOIR SINGING AT GATEWAY CENTER
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. George Altenbaugh
Mrs. Emanuel Amdur
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Ball
Mrs. Yolana Berger
Mr. and Mrs. George Berman
Bob and Myra
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonnem
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel A. Caplan
Claire's family, the Rosenzweigs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Le-o E. Crouse
Samuel X. Davis
Mrs. Ida Dimperio
Mr. Michael Dimperio
Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest R. DiPietr0
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Epstein
Mrs. Helen L. Fatkin
Mr. and Mrs. George Fechko
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman and family
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Ferber
Mrs. Paul Fierst and Carolyn
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice H. Finkelpearl
Morris Freedman and sons
Compliments of a Friend
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fox, Richard and Gayle
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fox
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. C. Gelman and family
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Giffen
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ginsburg
Mr. and Mrs. David Glantz
Mr. and Mrs. David Glickman
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goldhamer
Phyllis Goldhamer and Linda Greenberg
Mr. Howard Goldstein and Mrs. Emanuel
Dr. and Mrs. Mayer A. Green and family
Mr. and Mrs. A. Greenberg, Neil and Reva
Mr. and Mrs. S. Harr
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hartstein
Mr. and Mrs. M. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hefner
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hersh
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hottner
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hurwitz
Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron B. Ilson
Jason's Beauty Salon
Jeanne's Dress Shop
I. H. Kantrowitz
Mir. and Mrs. John Kavchak
Mr. and Mrs. J. Klemp
T. W. Knowlson
Mr. and Mrs. William Kopka
Mr. and Mrs. Alex W. Kovacs
Kubitz and Goss
Mr. and Mrs. Ithamar Lando
M. Leff Radio Parts Co.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Leichter
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hyman Lerner
Judy Lesser and Sam Bales
Mr. and Mrs. Macy Leuin
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Levenson
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Levin
Mr. and Mrs. David Levine
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Liebman
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lippard
Saul J. Lockhart-honor of graduation
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy
Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Lyden
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Male
Anthony G. Mamajek
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marks
Miller Bros. Furniture
and Mrs. Elijah Miller
and Mrs. Robert Montooth
and Mrs. Daniel Neuman
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Odle
Oliver Flower Shop
Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Orringer
Mrs. John Pallof
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Passell
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Passmore
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pearlman
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Prizent and family
Mrs. Ruth Puchta
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pugliese
Mr. and Mrs. Al Reicher
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reicher
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reifer and family
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Rein
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Reinfeld
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Rosen
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Rosenzweig
Mr. and Mrs. john J. Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Ryave
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sadowsky and daughters
Mrs. Margaret Schivley
and Mrs. Nathan Schneir and family
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Schultz, Allan and Myna
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney O. Sims
and Mrs. John Smidy
and Mrs. J. Irvin Smith
Gerald Max Sokolow
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
S. Spokane, Margie and Sandy
Paul L. Strauch
Irving L. Stutz
Philip Sugerman and Helene
Roy H. Wetzel
William H. Whitman
F. A. Wisenauer
judge and Mrs. Abraham L. Wolk
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seder and sons Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolk and family
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shaer and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Worgo
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sheps and family Mr. and Mrs. William Wuerthele
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shore Yorkshire Shop
The Silverhart Family Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zalmon
SENIOR HOME ROOM
434 OLIVER AVENUE
John's Coffee Shop
Specialties: John's Big Hamburgers
and French Fries
Sodas, Sundaes, and Milk Shakes
COME IN AND TRY ONE
1724 MURRAY AVENUE
"Tim House of Fine Furs"
First Floor jenkins Arcade
Mr. Joseph Porter
C 01l1f7lll'1'l'C'l1fS from the Girls
Junior Discussion SENIQR LEADERS
C L U B
cDerlimzefl to Our graduating fllemhers
ICTORY A Z A
Steven Hoffman Murry Rice
Sam Putterman Larry Rosen
Homestead High School Peabody High School
Morry Pearlstein Jon Klasfeld
"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."
For Your School Supplies
.- -J - -
FRANK MEN'S WEAR
5816 FORBES AVENUE
"Next to the Bank"
GREEN KEY CLUB
COACH IRWIN, Sponsor
EADS and FASHIONS
for Dresses and Sportswear
1923 MURRAY AVENUE
2030 MURRAY AVENUE
C0Wl'liments Compliments of
of MR. and MRS. LCROY 15.
DANIEIJS 'CLEANERS IELIAENBERGER
COLUMBIA KLEEN-RITE, IN C.
MR. and MRS. HENRY FLOCK
CHILD CRAFT SHOE STORE
1835 MURRAY AVENUE
MR. and MRS. DAVID
FINGERET and FAMILY
THE CARLTON SHOP
I D BAKINIG COMPANY
INTERIOR FURNISHINGS LNITE
H-A261 1-2284 5823 Forbes AVCUU9 Makers of Gold Banner Breads and Cakes
Compliments of Y-TEENS
Extend Best VVisl1es to
HAM RADI0 CLUB LOUISE PETR.-KCI JUDY SI-IEEHN
MRS. NANCY L. SNIVELY
The Members of the
Offvr Tlwir Congratulatimzs
The Seniors of 467
Leaving Mr. Caye
Rose Marie Pastor
Susan ,Io Silverman
extends best 'wishes to the fol-
lowing graduating mefnbers :
Rose Marie Pastor
Donna Lee Richards
and Repairing Co.
5864 FORBES AVENUE
"Our Hearts VVf'rc Young
Nos fneillenrs sonhaits
a Ia classe de 1958
to the graduating Classes
H igh School
HDINIE IN THE ALLDERDICE
PENN DINER CAFETERIAU
WILKINSRBURG THE CAFETERIA STAFF
Robert H. Fairfield, Sr., Manager
jEANNE'S DRESS SHOP
5818 FORBES AVENUE
Always the Smartest
MR. and MRS. BERTRAM
EL CLUB ESPANOL
5802 FORWARD AVENUE
Famous For Our Own Made Ice Cream
THE TWEED SHOP
NATIONAL SHOE CO.
5828 FORBES AVENUE
NEVVIVIANUS YOUTH CENTER
5834 FORBES AVIENUE
C omplimanis of
MURRAY AVENUE NEWS
2024 MURRAY AVENUE
Complete School Supplies
BEN WEINSTEIN Sz SONS
C ompliments of
THE AMERICAN JEWISH
SQUIRREL HILL 1037 FORBES AVENUE
Compliments of LIBERTY A.Z.A. NO. 913
SOL'S GRADUATING SENIOR
ROSS ORTOLEVA Sz SON
1709 MURRAY AVENUE
Under the strict supervision of the
2301 Murray Avenue Squirrel Hill
Fresh, Smoked and Pickled Meats
Compliments of Compliments of
MISTER H THE GIRLS
FINE FEMININE FASHIONS OF
5877 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh 17, Pa. JUNIQR LEADERS
Mit den Freulndlichsten MARYN'S YOUTH FASHIONS
Komplimente 5878 FORBES AVENUE
'von Squirrel Hill
das fungere Deutsche Klub HAzeI 1-6230
"Tlumk.v to cz Swell
Bunch of People"
Classes of 1958
The Steak House
STEAKS "Broiled on Charcoal"
FINE SEA FOODS
5841 FORBES AVENUE
Pittsburgh 17, Pa. Squirrel Hill
. 1 b FREEDMAN'S
TV Science C u MENS WEAR
Good Luck, Seniors
1725 MURRAY AVENUE
IVY LEAGUE FASHIONS AT
President, Jane Hough A
Vice President, Connie Miller
Secretary, Maureen Doyle
Treasurer, Betty Halapin
Program Chairman, Pat Ostrowski
Gammon S Sc soN, INC.
Hllallhollse Distributors of
and TOMMY TRAVELER LUGGAGL
cyan-ll-nOn'S AND LEATHER GOODS
821-823 FIFTH AVENUE
Future Teachers of America
Compliments of the
A F R I E N D
Simon M. Rosenthal
All Forms of Insurance
5831 FORBES AVENUE
Telephone 2 JAcks0n 1-7900
MR. and MRS. I. H. ABRAMS
SARON'S DRUG STORE
701 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE
National Record Marts
The Semor German Club
Extends Congratulations to the
Senior Class of 1958 and Their
wishes to express congratulations
to the graduating classes of 1958
and to its graduating members.
KIWANIS CLUB OF
HOME ROOM 358
Lost to the march of time: forty 12A's from room 358.
Anybody knowing the whereabouts of
MRS. PORTER'S PORTERS
BETTY ANN HALAPIN
The Farewell Express lea-ves
on track 356 at IZ AM. for
Happy Days, For All
Allderdice A Orchestra
WALTER B. VOYVODICH, Director
GRAD UATING MEMBERS :
SHELDON LEIBMAN, President
RONALD SCHWERIN, Vice President-Treasurer
FRANCES VVEISBERG, Secretary
Our room's the best, we must cionifess
Because we have togetherness!
A family that's full of tricks
We're proud to be Room 3061!
Compliments to All Seniors
HOME ROOM 429-IZA
ALBERT BARN S
A CAPPELLA CHO IR
RACHAEL AMERICUS JOHN STEPHENSON
ROCHELLE ROSENTHAL SANDRA SUSSMAN
MARY ANN PANCHURA
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