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ship Exams . . . Dec. 23-Filled with the Christmas
spirit Qbecause we have a whole week off from schoolj
we viewed our last Christmas assembly .... jan. 4-
Alackson's most famous seniors were announced as the
counting of the Senior Poll ballots was finally com-
pleted. lVe found 3 votes for Elvis . . . jan. I2-
Many of our college-bound Seniors struggled through
the College Boards. Qlf only we hadn't taken turns
each week learning our vocabulary words in Mr.
Blatt's classy .... jan. 22h-WVe became the proud
owners of our Senior jewelry .... jan. 24-Regents
week just ended, but for many of us our tests weren't
over. Today we took the Regents Scholarship. It was
quite a test! YVe even used mechanical electronic
pencils .... jan. 28-Our january Grads bid A.
good-by .... Feb. I-"Hickory Log" is out of the
red for first time in many years .... Feb. I5-Our basketball team defeated jamaica
for the first time in three and a half years. An occasion such as this calls for no home-
work-QNO such luckllj .... Feb. 19-YVhile we were still celebrating the jamaica
game, our team defeated Far Rockaway to take the South Queens Championship!!
. . . Feb. 28-lVe defeated Flushing in a play-off game .... Mar. I-We've a great
track team too. jackson victorious in indoor track championship. Snails is the magic
word for Alan Landman. His study of these creatures made him a finalist in the
Mlestinghouse Scholarship and won him a trip to YVashington . . . Mar. 7-We felt
quite important today. YVe had 22 buses and an entire subway train hired to bring
1,500 of us to Madison Square Garden to watch our basketball team play Com-
merce. Our luck gave way, and we were defeated.
They are still a great team .... Mar. 8-The face-
lifting of A. is completed in time for the 20th
birthday celebration .... Mar. 9-We had a very
successful night Variety Show-the place was packed.
. . . March I3--Green and White, Progressive nomi-
nate candidates for G. O. elections. Who will take
over "After We're Gone?" .... March I9-Happy
Birthday A. J .... March 22-Seniors get better
acquainted at the Senior Mixed Dance sponsored by
the Senior Council .... April II, 12, I5-What
again? MIDTERMSII . . . May 31-The night we
were waiting for-Jackson guys and dolls whirled at
the Senior Prom held at the Hotel Biltmore ....
june I-jackson Seniors sing, Moan, Yawn, Grunt,
and Groan to the tune of "Oh How I Hate to Get
Up in the Morning!" QWho went to bedPj. . . .
june I4-We struggled over our History and English
Regents. Oh! Well! . . . june 28-"Graduation Day"
. . . The voyage is over!!
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Sept. 10-Today marked the beginning of the last
quarter of our 4'voyage" through high school. We
thought we'd never get this far! . . . Sept. 11-We
noticed strange men carrying paint brushes. Andrew
Jackson is getting a face-lifting! Maybe it's a twentieth
birthday present . . . Sept. 21-The Senior Council
was elected today, which means it's time for us to
start saving our money for senior expenses . . . Oct.
8-Mr. Blatt sacrificed a few locks of hair, requested
by his fan club Clinglish 75Hj in love notes left in
his letter-box . . . Oct. I0-Mr. Schlumpf's computer
craze overtook Math 73H. QWhat one can't do with
a cardboard box and a few light-bulbs.j . . . Oct. I7
-Carl Fredriksson was- elected Senior Class Presi-
dent. With a Senior Council 9001, female, he's sure
to make a hit . . . Oct. 22-Senior Arista members
just couldn't make up their minds during the election of ofiicers at the first meet-
ing of the year. Carol Silber and Dottie Offermann wound up sharing the job of
Girl Leader, while Steve Rhodes was chosen Boy Leader .... Oct. 23-A serious
note enters the ship's log. Today, the headlines of newspapers all over the country
read, "HUNGARY REVOLTS AGAINST RUSSIA" .... Oct. 24-Today many
of us tried our luck fand we mean luckj at the Merit Scholarship.. If nothing else,
we managed to miss a few classes .... Oct. 25-Is this a pirate ship? No? Well then
why is everyone wearing a patch? Oops! I forgot! It's Tuberculin Patch day! . . . Oct.
31-AHHH-CHOOO! The Senior Council trudged into Manhattan in the pouring
rain to decide on a hotel for the Prom .... Nov. I-Our prom is to be held at the
Hotel Biltmore .... Nov. 7-The country likes Ike!
A straw poll at A. shows most jacksonites do, too.
There is a Democratic Congress, too! . . . Nov. 8-
No more worries about being sent to Student Court.
The Hickory Orientation Program takes over ....
Nov. I4-jackson's track team retained the City
Cross-Country title. NVe did it again! . . . Nov. 16-
NVhat's causing all the excitement around here? Why,
Seabastic's arrived! What's it mean? Why, Season
Basketball Tickets!! . . . Nov. 19, 20, 21-Long
faces around A. J .... MIDTERMS!!! . . . Nov. 21
-A group of Jackson students and alumni gave a
testimonial dinner for Mr. Blatt .... Nov. 27-
QYawn and Ho-Humj jackson scholars rise early, to
attend first scholarship session .... N ov. 28-Seniors
view the Variety Show. Dave Kresh a hit! ! . . . Dec.
10-Congratulations are in order. Today we seniors
felt proud to know there are four among us, Neil
joseph, Dave Delgado, Alan Landman, and Dave
Kresh, who are semi-finalists in the Merit Scholar-
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SENIOR CLASS ADVISER SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT
Mrs. M. Kaiser Carl Fredriksson
1. to R, First Row: Lois Chalill, Sue Koslosky, President Cari F1iCill'lliSSOI1, Mrs. Kaiser, Helene
Katzoff. Second Row: Peggy Daly, Kay Bramwell, Lorraine Mueller, Rose Marie Gredel, Naomi
Raynor, Renee Holzer, Doris Fife. Third Row: Dotty Oflermann, joan McMurray, Bob Arrnet,
Karl Reiif, Valerie Zimmer, Pat Smith.
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