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Annual Publication of the Senior Class Arts High School Newark, New- Jersey
Editor-in-Chi Assistant Edit Ariv or
Rochelle Fousheo Michelle Muldrow Vickie Parker Reinaldo Padilla Donna Davis Louis Allen
Louis Allen $efnaldo Padilla Robert Lewis Mrs. Vivian McDuffie Mr. Jan Carden
Beverly l a Vernell Ruth Marth irolyn Lowe
Vickie Parker Phyllis Holloman eryl Pomphv '
Che Rene Bynum
Valerie Hooper Heather Lee
Donna Lee Margaret F.I Shelly Jac k Patrisha Brunson
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The Class of l‘ 74 renu mbers with sorrow, the sudden death of our fellow classmate', Myron Williams. One thing that came above all was Myron's love for music. He also had a deep liking for all kinds of sports. Quiet and sensitive, Myron will never be forgotten. He left in cjur memories the impression of a love that one should always have for the field he plans to pursue.
After the yearbook was completed, the students and faculty of Arts High were greatly saddened by the death of Cheryl Venable, a member of the senior class. We will all miss her generosity and warm smile.
. . .All is changed with time, The future none can see .
• •. . . the road youleave behind . . .. . . . ahead lies mystery.
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AND FACULTHIITON J. OTERO Principal
Socrates said that there was only one good, namely knowledge; and only one evil, namely ignorance. Mr. Otero has tried to implant in us the good, and dismiss the evil. Through his patience, understanding, and dedication to the student body, and his confidence in our abilities, we are progressing toward that ultimate knowledge of what is good and right for us and the world.
10GEORGE STEISEL Vice-Principal
Mr. Steisel, a devoted and well regarded man, has spent many long and didicult hours in sincere dedication to the students of Arts High. Our problems have become his problems, our goals and aspirations have become his interests. We thank you Mr. Steisel.
ALFREDO GENTILE Teacher to Assist Principal
Mr. Gentile will always be remembered as a strong, but fair man. who has the interest and the goals of the students in mind at all times. Much time and effort is needed to make a school such as ours run smoothly. A great deal of the credit for this belongs to Mr. Gentile.
Mrs. Feldman, Mr. Williams and Miss Baulkman
Sitting. Mr. Singer, Mr Howard. Standing: Mr. Karpen, Mrs. Shapiro, Mrs Block and Mr. Klelis
Mr. Calvin. Miss Theisz. Mr. Kurtz, Miss Meyerson and Mr. Piazza
Mrs. Kilter and Mr. Palmer
Seated: Mrs. Douglin, Mrs. Murray. Standing: Miss Rad. Miss Abos, Miss Capers. Mrv Neuss and Mr. Heck
Mrs. Lucas. Mr Ha zard, Mrv Green. Mr lang and Mrs. Jones
HEALTH AND PHYS. ED
Miss Cardella. Clothing, and Mr. Marcus. Industrial Art
Mrs. Doughtie Mrs. Zones
Mrs. Street and Mrs. lozito
LIBRARIANS POOL SUBS
Sealed: Mr. Alamo. Mrs. Bohannon. Mrs. Oprysk. Standing: Mr. Landers and Mrs. Barrett
Mrs. tang, Social Worker
Mr. Rhim, Mrs. Cantrell, Mr. Cocca
Mrs. DeVito Mrs. Powell
Miss Baulkman 204
Mr. Kurtz 215
Miss Cuyler i14SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR
MISS ADRIENNE RAFF
We, Ihe senior class of 1974, are very fortunate to have had an advisor like Miss Raff. Being senior class advisor is a difficult and time consuming job. The class trip, prom, class day, graduation and many other activities were supervised by Miss Raff. Her unselfishness and concern for our welfare will always be appreciated.
J9Where hate's a dream and love forever stands Or is this a vision in my mind?Robin Dawson
SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT
ROBIN TERESA DAWSON
"girl, i'm upset!" . . . triendly. positive, and very outgoing . . "terry" K a Ico . . . takes pleasure in sewing, writing, and keeping active . . . she’s seeking a career in journalism and communications.
SENIOR CLASS TREASURER DOREEN E. FLETCHER
"i'll be doggone" ... a friendly sensitive, and humorous arien . . . enjoys music, the mets. and basketball . . . thinks a lot of dehra, janice, ruby, dean, and sieve . . . plans to pursue a nursing career.
SENIOR Cl ASS VICE-PRESIDENT
WILLIAM D. ALLEN, JR.
"what it is" . . . understanding pisces . . . associated with linwood, alvin, florine, and denise . . . music, history, and lunch are favorites . . . slock analysis or law are career possibilities.
SENIOR CLASS SECRETARY
"how should i know!" . . . kind, but stubborn; sincere, and sensible . . . taurus, the bull . . , eula, earlena, vivian. pam. sheldon. and carolyn are ususally near . . . plans to become a social worker.
Robin. Percy ami SabrinaRobin Abernathy
j true taurus who is easy lo laugh . . . donna d.. mallory. michael k., william a., billy, and I in wood are in close touch . . . mr. slavitt, mrs. venskus, and mrs tso are also favorites . . . plans to go into fashion illustrating.
DOUGLAS JOSEPH AUSTIN
a lun-k ving sagittanan who likes indoor and outdoor track, and basketball . . . usually associated with rick, william, le Terrell, pam, and donna . . . has spent several years as the head of the stage crew.
IOUIS ALLEN II
Avow! what can i say?" ... a quiet and moods aquariuv . . . says knowledge- and learning is the key to unity, freedom, and self help . . . louis' main partners arc- mi-chael walton. frank smalhsood. and linda . . . parents have influenced him most . . . psychiatry and music arc- future goals
PATRICIA ANNETTE BARNES
a forceful taurus who enjoys debating and cooking . . . tasontc teachers include miss abos. mrs. venskus. and mr. howard . . . most admires leonard chislum . . . plans to become a pediatrician.
Patricia BarnesDenise- Barron
"randv. slop, lhat tit kies!" . . . gemmi . . . enjoys tennis, swimming, decorating her room and wrestling . . sweet but evil . . . main triends are randy smith, ronnell bey, tinkie, emerson. linwood, jackie and eula.
"oh, miss thing" ... a friendly, loving and warm loo . . . dislikes phonies who always smile and backstab . . . enjoys singing . . i merson wells is someone very special.
"hey now-check it out!" ... a very active piscean who loves to have fun . . . hangs with jackie c.. Cynthia, margaret, pat b.. henry, frank, and debbie c. . . . basketball and partying are among the many things that pass her time.
"what's happening!" ... a cancer . . . enjoys ball playing, mr. hovvard, and mr. slavitt ... a nice person to get along with . . . listening to music ranks high with "blount" . . . aces include cobby, mike, william and leferrell.
William BlountRi h
“what?" . . . quiet, easy going Sagittarius . . . you tan catch "burn" with lefeul. wen-ddl. robert, phyllis and lames . . . likes history. music and gym . hopes to bec ome an accountant in the near luturt .
LEFUEL TERRY BROOKINS
"kiss me nose" ... a together Sagittarius who thinks cross country and track are number one . pals with leonard a., percell s.. brian h., semell n., valerie h„ and carol I. . . . enjoys music and history . . . wants to be a physician or lawyer.
helptul, easygoing "pee wee" can be seen with mark, adrian, karen m , and beverly w . . . mr. slavitt and mr. tobia rank high . . . track and field is his major sports interest.
"well, that's life!" ... a talkative libra who enjoys being around people . . . hobbies are lishing, boating, tennis, cooking and writing poetry . . . associates with defora walker and wanda gallman . . . being an art teacher is her future goal.
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RENEE OLIVIA BROWN
"i'm so upset" . . . fnendly aquarius Is a church choir member and assistant sundas school teacher . . . associated with diane. bencilla, aprile, and carlton ... a career as a gynecologist is planned
"what's up?" ... a nice libran who likes to make people happv . . . past-times include basketball, football, girls, reading, and doing handysvork . . . pete, henry, and doug are among his many friends.
PATRISHA ANN BRUNSON
a generally quiet scorpio . . . likes swimming. karate, mrs. greeno. and mrs. venskus . . . is bothered by "untogether" attitudes about blackness. . . plans to leach elementary school children . . . most often with val hunter, beveriy faust and chciyl pompey.
"know what i mean?" . . . hates loud people and staving home . . . digs listening to the ohio players and Chicago . . . mr. how arc! ranks high with this pisces . . . plans a future in music.
Barbara Butterfieldlackie Butterticlri
"really a bummer, man!" ... a typical pis-cean, with deep liking for music . . . appreciates mr. hmvard, mrs. greene and music "(ause it's a gonna be my life!" . . . hangs with tommysena, pam, and Helena.
"beats the . . . outa me!" ... a free and harmonious prsces who thinks arts high was an interesting experience . . rraig. barry, and lamont are seen in His company . . . majoring in education are in his plans.
"hey girl!" . . . vibrant girl who likes mr. Howard, mrs, lucas, and mrs. russell. . . you can find Her bowling, partying or with Carolyn, Harold, windy or bes- . . . this capricorn admires Her parents and grandmother . . . loves christ.
"dig dat!" ... a tun loving Ico-virgo... piano playing, singing, and modeling occupy Iter spare time . . . friendly with "sugar" are g.c.. d.m., p.j., r.d., a.1., and p.n.. . . desires to pursue a medical career at hovvard.
Sagittarius . . . friend v and very active . . . wants to be an engineer. . . likes bowling, listening to records, miss abos. and mr slav-itt ... being with ruby, paula, renee, yvonne. demse, and diane is a pleasure.
JACQUELINE DENISE CAPERS
"check it out!" ... a very stubborn taurus who digs interior decorating, sewing, and listening to mellow, sweet sounding music . . . is seeking a career as an aviation hostess.
Janice Rowe and Alvin little
"i'm telling you" . . . energetic Scorpio involved in almost everything . . . has traveled as lar as curope . . . foresees a future in engineering . . friends are mareial, eula. frank, and the rest of the school.
GWENDOLYN GERALDINE CARMON
". . . and stuff!" ... a talented agreeable virgo who dances, sings, and models . . . seen with yvette. darlene, addie, pat j., r.d., m m., and z.w. . . . miss black teenage n.j. 1972. . . hopes to be a fashion designer and actress.
Gwen Carmon|ohn Cherry
"y'all need lo stop!”' . . . well co-ordinated and very moody ... a cancer . . . friends are everybody and or anybody . . plays organ in a band . . . first goal is commercial art. second is music.
a sweet, intelligent libran . . enjoys bowling and skating in his spare time . . . can be found mostly with mod. bev, trisha. porkey. mofo, and toni . . . future involves engineering.
a sagiftarius who enjoys marching in the hand, and building model cars . . . patricia barnes, kevin dean, bill mccov, dave mit-chum. and barrv frasier are among those who rank high . . . plans to become a mechanical engineer.
BENIAMIN COLLIER |R.
"oh, my god1" . . . creative benjamin on-|oy painting, drawing, and the classes ol mr. benevento . . . can usually be found in the company of robort, |ohn. and cratg.
Robert Woods and Denise Harris
79limvood Hancock and Mb. Ritter
"all praises to 42" . . . basketball, pool. Rirls, c ars and drums take up most ol this s gitta-rian's time . . . linda. mary and mallory are Iriends . . . admires the teachings ot mr spmdler and mrs. neuss.
"joy!" ... a quiet, easy-ROinR libra . . . rcnee b.. diane h., born ilia, denise q„ val. pat and addie are her special Iriends . . other favorites are bowling, cooking, and reading . . . wants to be a biochemist.
GLENN BRIAN ( ROOM glenn
"you look so god . . . good!" . . . Sagittarius who expresses his deepest emotions through music . . . humorless people irk him . . feels "the workl is a ghetto" . . . songwriting and recording are future plans.
DOUGLAS DAVIS "doug”
an active gemmi who likes miss abos, miss cuyler and history . . . basketball is his mam enjoyment. . . can lx- seen in the company of keith, will, dean and kovin.
Douglas DavisMargaret Davis
MARGARET JEAN DAVIS
generally quiet, moody and sensitive . . . taurus . . . enjoys reading, sewing and listening to records . . plans to go to college and major in elementary education, can be seen with cynthia rose, jackie capers and vannessa belts.
a tunny, easy-going person who likes to sta away trom trouble ... a scorpro . . . enjoys sports, drawing and playing in the band . . . ran be seen with kendall griffin and william gray . . . enjoys english and u.s. history most.
Robby Edwards and friends
"i can't find cnola!" . . . aquarius . . . quiet, dependable, sweet, and lovable . . spends time with william gray . . . dance and classes take a lot of her time . . . the sylvers and english are favorites.
a quiet, but friendly virgo . . . bowling, model building and listening to records are among "deano's" hobbies . . . mamie, leonard and barry are usually found nearby . . . plans a career in sociology .
Kevin Dean and Mamie Skipper
"how you doing?" ... a kind-hearted, but moody capricorn . . . loves dancing and drawing . . . hangs with martin west, jane mosk-y. kenneth tones, and joyce turner . . . will's tuture ux hides becoming a photographer.
"what's happening momma!" ... a smooth, talkative libra who enjoys basketball and girls. . . mr. spindler understands him best . . . mostly admires martha and connie west . . . future- plans include singing, accounting, and tust living.
Denise- Barron friend
DEBORAH K. DIMERY
an out-going taurus who enjoys dancing, sewing, and modeling . . . friend of doreen and tanicc . . . most interesting experience was meeting mkhael walton ... is preparing to pursue a career in business.
"it's in the bible!" ... a taurus who plans to become a math teacher or architect . . . seen in the company of Ijmont, tun, and richard . . . loves track, football, and boxing.ANDREA DENISE DUNLAP
a happy, jolly, and talkative Virgo who plans to be an x-ray technician . . . enjoys sewing, cooking, eating, and shopping . . . you can catch "little bit" with mallory mann and
"strip hawking me!" ... a good-humored scorpio who enjoys horseback nding, boss I-ing, and mode-ling when free . . . favorites are benita, doreen, |«m, mr. howard, and mrs. venskus... a career as an airline stewardess or court stenographer is planned.
this librian has an electric personality, sincere and fun-loving . . . enjoys the teachings of mrs. venskus, mr benevento, mrs. lucas . . . friends include enola worrill, pat davis, robin class son. donna davis and Carolyn lowe ... all tawfeek is someone spe-cial . . . nursing is a definite plan.
"dig that!" ... a nice, considerate, and openminded libra . . . mike j., darlene m., and darlene g. top his list of friends . . . mr. benevento, miss raff and miss cuyler arc-most admired teachers . . . future plans include college.
33ROCHELLE D. FERRELL
a nice, understanding libra who enioys reading and traveling . . . zenola. br«‘nda m., frances, mamie, and andrea h. are her clos-est friends . . . "shelly" plans to lx a computer operator or clerical worker.
"i don't know" . . . virgo . . . enjoys sewing, dancing, modeling, and art . . . mostly seen with donna and heather lee and shelly jackson . . . future ambitions are to be an art educator and a housewife.
BEVERLY CAMILLE FAUST
a quiet aquarian until around certain good friends such as trisha. mott. Icfuel. and ver-nell . . . favorite subjects are typing, and Spanish . . . mrs. venskus ranks high ... a college career is planned.
"chucky” is an intelligent and introspective virgo . . enjoys ice skating, playing the piano and the amazing mets . . . plans to become a music teacher upon graduation . . . hangs with dorothy. levaryn. and ann.
ludith Smith and Michelle Muldrow
Charles EvansDIANE R. FLEMING
"oh wow, why you wanna do that?" an understanding and easy going leo . . . loves roller skating, and line young men . . , friends are robin stone, deborah johnson, june bradford, and michole johnson . . . plans to become an airline stewardess.
"aye like' cm" . . . sincere, capable and a bit crazy ... this gemmi enjoys art, black literature, and music . . . can be seen around michelle m„ val h„ billy r„ and judy s. . . . "shelly" plan to go to college, then med, school.
Robbie Edwards and Yvette Caldwell
a tly cancer who thinks ot herselt as being crazy . . . active in chorus, and gossiping . . . friends consist of carolyn I. gloria r„ bannie s. and pam f... her mother is most admired person . . . plans to become a music therapist.
"slick" ... a shy. quiet virgo who enjoys soccer and basketball. . . digs the Washington redskins, and the n.y. mets ... the future calls him to be a dentist. . . friends include william mccoy, tim bynum, and craig wise.
MARTHA j. FRAZIER
scorpio . . . moody at time , but an all around nice person . . usually seen with beverly, vernell, patrisha, sheryl, and ruth . . . greatly admires mr. howard. mrs. greene. and mrs. edreira . . . intends to be an accountant or industrial administrator.
"ya must be in a fog"'. . . this libra is quiet, yet despises phoney people . . . likes auto racing and hockey . . . can be seen with percy, richard, elias. and karen.
Barbara O'Neal, Karen Murphy, Karen Murray
a taurian who enjoys reading and crocheting history, health and art are her favorite subjects . . . friends are barbara. sandra, and banme . . . "pam s'' future ambition is to become an army nurse.
WANDA PATRICIA CALLMAN
"hey, now!" . , . Sagittarius . , . very friendly and understanding . . . loves art and horseback riding . . . favorite people are debra. laverne and mr. benevento . . . intends to be a secretary
Diane Holt And Renee BrowttWILLIAM GATLING
"don't think about it" . . . photography and traveling are things he digs most . . . quiet when not in familiar surroundings . , . plans to major in accounting.
"baaammpp" ... is considered by his friends to be witty, cunning, and fun to be with . . . considers pat to be his pride and joy . . . among his friends are doug, lin-wood, and keith.
a friendly gemim who enjoys coin collecting, sports, chess, mr. slavitt, and mr. doundas . . . "bob" is usually found with |ohn stcwarl. ben collier, and merrill main . . . plans to enter the air force.
a kind and truthful taurus . . . would like to become a computer technician . . . likes football and the roller derby . . . usually can be seen with bill mccoy, jimmy smith, and david milchem . . , favorite teachers are mr. slavitt, and mrs. neuss.
LINDA DIANE HAMILTON
conceited people should stay clear of this friendly, but moody leo . . enjoys baby sitting. sinning, and the roller derby . . . plans to be a pediatrician . . . missy, renee, pat and mr. Howard rank high
"hey-that ain't even gelling over!" . . . mrs lucas, mr. palmer, and rnr. slavitt are favorites with this arien . . . digs writing and meeting new people . . . usually seen around doreen, deb, denise, rhonda. be-lirida, and kirn . . . plans to be a journalist.
Eli, Beverly, Pam, and David
I IN WOOD S. HANCOCK II
"square business!" . . . this taurus enjoys sports, art. and women ... he thinks of himself as kind-hearted, even-tempered and fun-loving . . . "fleetwood" feels being bom and being part of florine chance's world a meaningful experience.
ANDREA DENISE HARRELL
this peaceful libra spends some of her time skating, and dancing . . . thinks quite a bit of mrs. green and mr. palmer . . . best friends are mamie. paula. cheryl and ro-chelle . . . plans to be a psychological social worker.
Andrea HarrellBilly Harris
BILLY LEON HARRIS
"what up? . . . "laraghcon” feels arts high is really a miniature world . . . this aquarian likes science, santana, mr. calvin, and lefcr-rel . . . influenced most by father . . . most admires julian bond and martin lulher king.
this energetic, talkative libra hales phoniness ... an active member of many activities .. . likes all of her teachers ... is usually found with tinkcy, janice r, doceen f and everyone who isn't an enemy . . . plans to teach retarded children.
"dig that'” ... a taurus-gemini who enjoys animals, music, and young men . . . greg, karen murphy, and vanessa hill are close . . future ambition is to become a personal manager or a model.
warm hearted pisses . . enjoys geometry, gvm and english . . . friends include cartons. pam and gwen . . . likes to listen to black ivory, temptations, moments and the sylvers.
Richard. Melvin, Alvin and Mr. Alamo
39William Rich and Robin Abernathy
"sho Hough ' . . . free spirited capricorn . . . miss raff, mrs. green and mrs. (ones are favorite teachers . . . plans for future are undecided . . . associates include john c, robin m, and gwen c.
PAMELA R. HOLLAND
an amiable libra who loves music, and sewing .. . wants to major in business administration . . . "t-baby". "bunk ', "boogie", and mallory can count themselves as her friends.
Karen Hubbard and Reinaldo Padilla
VANESSA E. HILL
a friendly, comical arien . . . takes pleasure in reading, sketching, and learning interesting things , . . closest to van are jo-ann svinfrey, denise harris, "kable" wms., and lena . . . mr. slavitt is a favorite . . . hopes to have a successful career in medicine someday.
PHYLLIS YVETTE HOLLOMAN
"child, please mind your business!" . . . clif-ton, singing, and cooking are this sagitla-rians favorite past-times . . . "phil" digs the company of Imda h., and yvette c . . . also thinks highly of mrs. venskus and mr. doundas.
Phyllis HollomanDiane Holt
"oh really, say whatf" ... a friendly but sometimes evil capricorn . . . reading, handy crafts, african dance, and iota lambda sorority keep her busy . . . this future doctor is tight with renee, missy, and aprile.
this gcmini finds modeling, sewing, dancing and making new friends enjoyable . . . feels respect is a major role in friendship . . . her pals include vickie and bencilla . . . "toby" hopes to become a fashion designer and
VALERIE MARIE HOOPER
"let me tell ya!" . . . sensitive, dramatic, talkative and cra y ... a Sagittarius who plans to become a black journalist . . most enjoys english, typing, music and keeping company with yvettc, darlene. shelly, alila and aprile.
DONAID EUGENE HUNTER
a quiet, courteous virgo who plans to be a computer programmer . . . says all of his teachers holds a high honor in his life . . . his hobbies consist of astronomy and law . . . also enjoys baseball. . . mr. steisel has been most influential
"hoy love" . . . digs percussion, disc jockeying and women . . . basketball is his sport . would like to be a studio musician or a disc jockey.
crazy "booty " plans to attend seton hall lor nursing ... a gemini who hates transparent people . . . digs playing the violin, dancing, and cooking . . . likes sabrina. vivian. pam. erlena. mrs. greene and mr. singer.
ambitions are to become either a computer programmer or a lawyer .. . . missy, toni. diane. eula and sabrina s. are her Iriends . . the people who have been most influ-ential in her life are her parents.
"sho nult" . . . scorpio . . . likes everyone except people who think they are better than others . . . digs mets, knicks, dallas, mr. cabin, mr. singer and mr. hazzard . . . music workshop, gym. band and chemistry are favorite subjects.
MICHELE DENISE JOHNSON
"dig that!" . . . "micki" is a gemini who enjoys dancing, sewing, and partying ... a very together person . . . june b., robin v, debbie j., arline e., are "micki's" main friends . . . plans to go into musk or elementary education.
FRANK JONES, |R.
a changeable cancer who enjoys sports and socializing . . . plans to enter bio-chemistry . . . some ol his favorites are mr. lang, and "keep your head to the sky."
a sweet and quiet cancer passes her lime sewing, sketching and partying . . . "pat" enjoys the company ot gwen c.. yvette c., robin d.. and robin m
" you can make it it you try" says this down to earth capricorn . . . enjoys skating, hiking, cars, partying and plants . . friends m-dude fred, gloria, cynthia, franc is. noel and wilkxcy . . . future plans are to attend a major music conservatory.
43Tula, Earicna, and Sabrina
"hey!!" . . . hobbies are sewing, painting, and tashion illustrating ... a capricorn who likes o make new friends . . . deborah, mallery, and larry are honored associates . . . plans to become an interior decorator and housewife.
a Ico who enjoys dancing, cooking, listening to music, and just living . . . plans to become a physical therapist. . . likes mr. slav-itt, mrs. greene, and mrs. venskus as teachers ... associates are margaret el and heather lee.
TONI C. KIRBY
friendly, thoughtful, and crazy . . . virgo . . . wants to be- a civil or industrial engineer . . . favorites are mr. slavitt, history', and english . . . "popeyes" is friends with "almost everybody in arts high."
HEATHER DIANE LEE
"swear!" ... a leo who enjoys singing, modeling, margaret el, and donna Ice . . . friendly, but slightly lazy, she admits . . . intends to be a music teacher in the near future.
Heather LeeAddic legcttc
ADDIE L. LECETTE
"that ain't even right" . . . enjoys chemistry, glee club, and singing . . . plans to be a biochemist . . . this serious and sensitive Sagittarius favors pat, yvette, mr. hovvard, and mrs. venskus . . , "keep on trucking".
"hey what about carolyn lowe?" . . . dramatic carol will be a psychiatrist or a teacher . . . she despises studying trig, but enjoys Spanish, and mrs. lucas.
ALVIN R. LITTLE
"what is ill" . . . "hey that's hip!" . . . was jr. class pres, of "73" . . . future endeavors are fo become a lawyer and to have his own law firm . . . enjoys the sounds of sly A the family stone.
CAROL ELIZABETH LUMFORD
the fun-loving gemmi digs sewing, girls' track, music, and henry jordan . . . enjoys clothing, gym, and chemistry . . . her deep admiration for miss cardella. mrs. venskus. and mrs. jones supports this . . . seen with naomi stokes, barbara o'neal, and dune williams.
"what tan i tell you?" ... a highly competitive taurus who loves to learn . . enjoys the company ol tommysena. brenda, and painela . . . wants to become a women's track coach . . . mr. spmdler is most admired person,
"what's up?" ... an easy-going taurus who's reasonable and honest. . . ruby Sampson is very close . . . "purdie" has many friends at arts . . . favorite past-times include girls and basketball . . . wants to be an engineer and well known.
Art. Tim and lamont
Pat and William
BRENDA BONITA MCCALI
this pistes digs typing, gym, and cnglish. . . "if you plan on making it, try your hardest to attend arts high" . . . likes mrs. ritter and mr. calvin . . . seen hanging with mallory. frances. zenola. and direne.
PETER |. MCCLARY III
"well, excuse me!", , , this virgo admires girls, art. and english . . . chairman of the urban league outh ass n, and a model in his spare time . . . hangs with the clique, and also likes mrs. tso. mr tarden, mr. ha ard. and mrs. venskus.Gloria, Sandy. Carol and Mr. Howard
WILLIAM MCCOY, JR.
a quiet ambitious aries who loves track, football, and basketball . . . hopes to major in physical education in college . . . pals with barry (rasier, len chislum and dave mitt hell.
HENRY C. MCCLOUN JR.
"what boy?" . . . gemini . . . very difficult to understand at times ... has lots of confidence . . . spends time dancing, singing, drawing, and painting . . . has friends throughout the school . . . intends to be something in the field of art.
"well, that's beside the point." ... a creative canter who's generally crazy, yet sensitive and quiet. . . favors sewing, dancing, designing, mr. yablick. and mbs abos . . . "stevyye" loves hanging with "kable", "p.j.", "d", amd "gigi" . . . plans to be an agricultural scientist.
"break into it!" . . . taurus . . . basketball, and working with those helpless m society are things he enjoys most . . . likes the company of john, valerie, tames, pal, and terry ... his hopes are to become a humanitarian.
47Kevin and Stevyye
a nk e. friendly, and totally together leo . . . indulges in drawing, tennis, and bowling in his free time . . . fames pals with david m., rob g., william m„ and percy . . . wants to be a commercial artist.
KAREN DENISE MITCHELL
"dag!" . . . quiet, easygoing . . , digs people, sewing, creative writing and gymnastics . . . has many friends and admires many teachers . . . plans to further the advancement of kingdom preaching.
Mrs. Venskus and Louis Allen
libra . . . actively involved in conqueror's club, church organizations and many others . . . favorites in creative world are siquiros. asimov, and cardin . . . spends much time studying oriental fashions.
a quiet, smooth virgo . . . fools with photography in spare time . . . tan be found with william mccoy, harry frasier, fames merritt. and art williams . . his tuturc includes majoring in physical education.
David Mite hemRobin Morrison
ROBIN DARLENE MORRISON
a un loving, adventuresome virgo . . can lx very unck rsijn ling . . . enjoys the company of yvette, gwen, robin, .ind pal. . . cork ic h holds a warm spol in her life . . . hopes to continue professional modeling and pursue at ling.
"just mx it!" . . a talkative libra who loves to have a good time . . . "candy" can usually be seen with shelley, val. yvette. and mic belle w. . . . plans are to work with retarded and emotionally disturbed children.
quiet, until you gel lo know her . . . enjoys bowling, meeting new people, and the n.y. knrcks , . . admires joyce. glen, mirhael, dale, and rochelle . . , jane is thinking of elementary ed. teaching and modeling as careers.
"sure, sure!" . . a bright, witty, and friendly libra . . takes in swimming and skating . . . loves talking on the phone tor hours . . . you can catch "mousey" fooling with robert gaito. barbara o'neal. diane williams, denise harris, and karen murray.
KAREN LYNNETTE MURRAY
a devoted and loyal, yet quiet virgo . . plans to become a doctor or an architect . . . this despiser of untruthful things can be found listening to music or swimming . . . shelley and barbara are close associates.
"oh. my goodness" . . this gcmim is an active sundav school teacher. . . loves gospel singing and the u.y.c. choir . . . photography is her future career and basketball is well liked . . . smile ms. reed and mr. mon-dalto 'cause you’re tops with carrie.
William Allen and Denise Quick
"what? i didn't hear that!" ... a sometimes nutty libra . . . keeps company with martha. beverlv and ruth . . . "porkey" enjoys reading. typing, and health . . . plans to have a nursing career.
"have it your way!" . . . loves watching football and basketball, playing the oboe, singing and dancing ... a Sagittarius who easily understands people . . . most seen with "bobby" are pam, robert, sandra and karen.
Kimberley Thompson (below)Vickie Parker
"hey!?" . . . digs on oil painting and model car collecting . . a virgo . . . goes for all kinds and types of girls . . hopes to become an illustrator or a commercial artist.
"bring me something back to eat" ... a sensitive anen who's sympathetic to other's needs . . . sometimes evil and moody . . loves sewing and would like to become a fashion designer . . . pals with joann hines, karen hobhard and leon woods.
Denise, Reinaldo, Diane
"rome on, man’" . . . this libra-virgo enjoys guitar playing, songwriting and running track . . . wants to be an art teacher or commercial artist . . . buddies are john, elias, marcial. and bill . . vivian price is special.
a sincere, friendly and outgoing scorpio . . . hobbies include singing, dancing, sewing, crocheting, and horse back riding ... a. brown, eula, sabnna. lena, pam d., tom enjoy her company . . . wants to become a teacher in the field of learning deficiencies.
31CHERYl DENISE POMPEY
virgo . . . basically quid, but insane with certain people . . enjoys creative svriting, history, and photography . . . plans to become either a photographer, lawyer, or an automobile mechanic . . . favorite faculty members are mr. slavitt and mrs. green.
a together libra who's into raising fish . "mona's" favorite people are vanessa |ohn-son, arline walker, and arline odwards . . . adores biology and history . . . also likes mrs. green, mrs. jones, and mr. howard . . . plans to teach.
Chery l Pompev
Diane. Andrea, and Michele
"come on!" . . . "pat" spends most of her time singing, dancing, and playing the piano . . reinaldo plays an important role in this Virgo's life . . . close associates are eula, pam. lena. Vivian, and adrienne.
"oh, joy!" ... a friendly cancer who is sometimes moody . . . "nicey" enjoys math, bowling, singing, and her boylnend . . associates with svilliam, diane, renee, april, and missy . . . plans to major in math and electrical engineering.
Denise- Quic kRichard Reed
"what's happening!" . . . leo the lion . . . favorite pastimes are drawing, playing the trumpet, and making people laugh . . . engineering is a strong possibility . . , john sanders, robert gaito. and bettye are close triends.
GLORIA DENISE ROBINSON
"that's all right!" . . . capricorn . . . nice and considerate, with a magnetic personality . . . really into singing, piano, flute, and drums. . partners include carolyn I, sandra f., rob woods, and bannie s. . . college, marriage and 12 kids are planned.
"huh?" . . . tun loving libra who likes to have good times with good triends . . . "billy" plans a career as a fashion designer . . . triends include shelly f.. robby e., robin a., donna d„ michelle m., and judy s
"what's happening!" ... a bold, spunky Scorpio who digs music, reading, cars, soccer. and swimming . . . mr. doundas, mr. lang, and mr. ha ard rank high . . . seen with reinaldo padilla. elias padilla, mike Johnson. and john stuart . . . wants to be in law and politics.
Vanessa Hill and Andrea Dunlap
"well, all right you . . . don't give it to me" . . . easy going type who sings, plays and sews . . . jakie, margret, vanesva and doug keep this aquarian company . . . intends to go to (Hisiness school, then get married.
"stop dean!" ... if you want to find this libra, just look for dean mccall . . . pleasant . . . cooking, sewing, and singing all find a place in her interests . . . crowned n.j. state queen of 73-74 ... is deciding between being a pediatric ian or nursing.
"that's life" ... an easy going, out-spoken virgo . . . enjoys sewing, music, english. history and alvin little ... is usually with tin-key. doreen, sieve, ruby, and renee ... future plan is to become a lawyer.
BANNIE M. SANDERS
"you better do it!" . . . magnetic, sincere and fun to be with . . . this cancer s favorite friends are craig wise, Carolyn lowe, eric an-derson. sandra for rest, and gloria robinson . . . ambition is to become a music educator.
Bannie Sanders|ohn Sanders
"what's happening!" . . . recording tapes, records, and writing poems keep this quiet libra active , . . usually seen with richard r., naomi, phyllis, john s., james m.. and debbie c. . . . plans to become an architect in the near future.
PAM El A SELLERS
"not even" ... a scorpion who enjoys bowling . . . friends include bernita. ear-lena. carol and buodme . . mr. howard. mrs. greene and mrs. jones are favorites . . . triendly . . . "ned's" future plan is to become a teacher
RUTH NAOMI SCHMIDT
"nobrains!". . . a nice,congenial libra . . . digs sewing, music, crocheting, and hugo . . . "ruthy" d K sn't say much, but martha. vernell, and cheryl can tell you . . . would like to teach music.
"what's happening?" ... a peaceful and friendly lady who's president of y.p.c.l. and the- young people's choir. . . kevm. pat, an-drea, and karen can be found keeping company with this aquarian . . . enjoys reading, sewing, trench and steno.
Ronnell, Emerson, and ZenolaDALE L. SMITH "dale"
"oh wow!" . . . optimistic, friendly and outgoing l»bra . . . digs mr. slavitt, mr. palnui and mr. karpen, also stenography . . . plans to become a legal secretary . . . seen with jane mosley, joyce turner and glen croom
"solid!'' ... a sensitive sagittarian who's positive about everything she does . . . darning, singing and fashion drawing are judy's ideal ways of spending time . . . digs rochelle, michelle, billy, robin and pat.
Rochelle Foushee and judith Smith
JAMES SMITH "smitty"
this sporls fan enjoys playing soccer, base-ball and fencing . . . waiter, elias, james and will are close associates ... a college bound libra . . miss raff, mr. palmer, art and math rank high with him.
friendly pisces who enjoys being a member of her church choir and an a von representative . . . favorite friends are bunky, spunky, boogie and maNory . . . hopes to have a career in cardiology
Tommysena SmithJOHN H. STEWART
enjoys basketball, soccer, reading and u.s. history . . . this aquarius associates with ben, reinaldo padilla, train and loins . . . mr. spindler. mr. doundas and mr. heck are tops.
JOYCE PAULA TURNER
this virgo is serious, friendly and quiet . . . plans to attend college . . . achieves pleasure from musk, Ixmling, history and young men , . . special friends are jane, beverly, shelly, deborah and c arol.
talkative scorpian who thinks of herself as weird . . . likes all o( her teachers . . . fancies writing and dancing . . . usually found with lumpy, harhara and shelly news broadcasting is the career she is pursuing.
LE FERRELL VAN DIVER
a kind and down to earth leo who likes to fool around . favorites are football, basketball, reading, young ladies and music . . . usually seen with wm„ mike, billy, mal-colm and wm. b. . . . wants to attend college.
Bannie Sanders (below)
57Keith Bush and Douglas Davis
CHIRYL EILEEN VENABLE
a generous leo who enjoys bowling and skating . . . "giggles' " favorite subjects are chemistry and history . . . plans to become a pediatrician . . . will always remember her trip to jamaica.
"you know" . . . magnetic virgo who plans to become a fashion artist . . mr. slasilt. mrs. iso and art are favorites . . . likes conservative people and ronnell bey . . . most meaningful experience has been art.
lane Mosley (rear)
DEBRA ANNE WALKER
"all right!" . . . active and understanding . . . a pisces who enjoys skating, basketball, and dancing . . . pals with wanda. laverne, mallory. percy s„ and john s. . . . her future plans are undecided.
MARTIN ROMAN WEST
"hey! how you doin!" . . . plans a career in communications . . . this sociable pisces is often seen with neptune and wm. densen . . . especially enjoys art classes . . . favorite teachers are mr. carden, mr. benevento and mrs. lucas.
MartinMarvin (ones and Denise Harris
"hussy?" ... a sometimes pleasant scorpion who enjoys sewing and kissing . . . mrs. green, miss abos, and mr. hovvard rank highest . . . seen with pat bames. marnie skipper. ronnell bey. and denisc barron . . . plans to go into interior decoration.
"what's happenin'!" ... an aquarian who loves jogging, singing, and tennis . . . amiable and warm . . . hopes to become an entertainer some day ... his tavorite people inc lude mr. Howard, mr. talvin, and his parents.
"really?" ... an open minded sagittarian who enjoys living and life itself . . . friends include pat. andrea. will, vanessa. and robby . . . enjoys listening to the tunkadelics and studying art and history.
CYRUS D. WILLIAMS
a young man who loves listening to music . . . participates in ice and roller skating, swimming, tennis, and basketball in his spare lime . . . preaches and teaches bibfe truths.
Robert, Carolyn, and Banmr
"well. alright!" ... a totally insane arien-taurus . . . hangs with stevyve. pe-iay. van. mouses and dee-dee . . . loves photography . . . plans to major in either biologv or engineering . . . Chicago is table's favorite group.
CRAIG W ISE
an unpredictable guy . . . tan be found plaving pool or partying ... the knicks get a top rating when it comes to sports . . . this carefree leo enjoys math and mr. howard . . . admires gentlemen of leisure.
"no kidding sherlock!" . . . hateful people stay away from this easy-going gemini . . . she enjoys reading, singing, and typing . . . keeps company with eula, sabrma. vivian and shelly enjoys the classes of mr. slas ill and mrs. green . . . admires anthony reliford.
this gemini sings, dances and parties ... is humorous and very understanding . . . friends are sandra forrest. gloria robinson and barbara o'neal . . . mr. howard and miss douglm are considered his best leathers.Zenola Worrill and Mr. Slavitt
"what you got to eat" . . an enthusiastic aquarian who would like to become an art teacher or illustrator . . . associates with trances, pat d„ carol, and donna . . dislikes those who try too hard to lx cool.
apric orn . . hangs with karen hillman and valeric haves . . . mr. spindler ranks high . enioys art and u.s. history classes most . . plan to attend (i.t. to major m fashion design
Yvette Caldwell and C arlton Williams
"what's up'" . . . this gemini plans to become a lawyer . . . takes pleasure in bowling and all sports . . is also into com collet ling, history, trig., and gym . . . buddies are john d„ billy h., tim. trank and |a kie b.
FLORINE LORETTA CHANCE “tinkey"
"hon« st to god!" . . a very active sell-contented leo . . . collects stufled animals, and thinks up creative ideas tor arts and cralts . . . Imwood. janice, rick, deb, furu-shee-do, and william rate high . , . plans to maior in psychology.
"git outta here!" . . . Sagittarius . . . outgoing. comical and easy going . . . Carolyn, pat d.. robby and robin are close . plans to major in art ed at lincoln . . . admires mrs. venskus, mr. bcncvcnto, mr. carden and mr. palmer.
PAMELA SUSETTE DEANE
"good grief!" ... a Ian of many sports . . . this leo plans to go on into journalism and psychology . . reading, writing and cooking are a few of her many interests . . . hangs with eula, sabrma, mallory and earlena.
"i don't feel like being bothered!" . . . a quiet anti unemotional aquarian . . . usually keeps herself busy with sewing and cooking . . . "shell" stays in the company of karen. ensa, eadena. margaret. and naomi . . . aims to become a successful lawyer.
"that's ja y" ... a gemmi whose deepest interest is music . . . warm, considerate and fun loving . . . desires to become a world famous vocalist . . . favorites are: keith hamilton, michael walton, louis alien, ken-dall griffin and miss Cuvier.
Vernell. Arline, Ronnell, Eula and CloriaMICHAEL PETTY
a shy but quiet "aries" . . . received a medal in martial arts . . . likes mrs. venskus, mr karpen . can be found with kcith, bunky, glenn and jane . mu hael steers toward a dentistry career.
Reinaldo Padilla. Diane Williams
Gwen Carmen, Robert Gioella, Merrill Mann
Dcxeon Fletcher, Al Dodson681. Vivian Perry 19. Sabrina Slater
2. Henry McGloun 20. Toni Kirby
3. Arline Edwards 21. Cynthia Rose
4 Noel Bourne 22. Charles Evans
5. Anthony Smith 23. William Cray
6. Douglas Davis 24. Pat Davis
7. Carrie Noon 2S. linwood Hancock
a Ruth Schmidt 26. Ronnell Bey
9. Rene Bynum 27. David Mitchem
10. Donna Davis 28. Eula Hurdle
11. Vanessa Belts 29. Arthur Williams
1Z Jackie Capers 30. Gloria Robinson
13. lames Merritt 31. Dean McCall
14. Robert Carlo 32. lane Mosely
IS. William Denson 33. Deborah Campbell
16. Debra Dimrty 34. Addie Legette
17. William McCoy 35. Emerson Wells
ia Pat Bames 36. Karen Murphy
69SENIOR BABY PICTURES
1. Pamela Deane 18 Linda Hamilton
2. Renee Brown 19. Reinaldo Padilla
3. Donna Heather Lee 20. Michelle Muldrow
4. Benjamin Collier 21. Leonard Chislum
5. Bernita Upshaw 22. Barbara Jacqueline Butterlield
6. Diane Holt 23. Rochelle Foushee
7. Martin West 24. Bencilla Campbell
8. Barbara O'Neal 25. Karen Murray
9. Valerie Hooper 26. Yvette Caldwell
10. Robby Edwards 27. Carol E. lumford
11. April Curvin 28. Frances Dunlap
12. Wendell Bodison
13. Phyllis Holloman
14. Denise Quirk
15. Robin Morrison
16. Le Feul Brookins
17. Louis Allen
29. Beverly Faust
30. Diane Fleming
31. Stephanie McDaniel
32. la Verne Boykins
33. Kevin Dean
711. Pam Seller
2. Pam Holland 1. fim Bynum
4. Cheryl Venable
5. Billy Rich
6. Billy Harris
7. Eriena Williams
8. Robin Abernathy
9. Cynthia Rose
10. RcxheHle Ferrell
11. lames Mc Nair
12. Zenola Wcxrill
13. Sh« lly lackson
14. Frank lones «
15. lames Smith
16. Andrea Dunlap
17. Gwen Garmon
18. Alvin little
19. lanke Rowe 2a Florine Chance
21. loyce Turner
22. Demise Barron
24. Michelle lohnson
25. Marsina Harris
26. la nice Harper
27. Robert Woods
28. Riiby Sampson
29. Diane Williams
10. Naomi Steikes
11. Kim Hawkins
12. John Cherry 33. Karen Milche ll 14. Kevin lohnson
73The law was But somehow all men feelnever passedFRESHMAN HOMEROOM 320 Miss Cardella
Picture 1 . . . Top Row: Eric Ware, led Wooten. Brian Head. Middle Row: Wayne Harris, |ame Hooper. Rodney Guiles. Front Row: Miss Car della, Debbie Shu lord. Clementine Potts, Nita Cantrell Picture 2 ... Top Row: Ronald Fit . Marie W infield, Reginald Bellamy, Darryl Cox. Harold Shosvers. Middle Ross: Gwen Smith. Sandra Farrell, Carmen, Brown, loannc Morrison Front Row: Diane Chavis. Patricia Byrd. Teresa Bradman. Robin Winbush.
FRESHMAN HOMEROOM 209 Mrs. McDuffie
Sitting: Annette Harrell, Edna Alton, Darryl Robinson, Clarise Terry, Darlene Buchanan. Standing First Row: Randall Thomas, Celeste Hand, ('.ail McCaJI. Faith Stewart. Desiree Bush. Donna Curvin, Charlena Felton, Mrs. McDuffie, Second Row: |ohn Williams. Teresa Wade, Kevin Giles, Leon Byass. Antoine Jennings, Aleva Jordan, Andrea Walker.
FRESHMAN HOMEROOM 213 Mrs. Hollar-Crcgory
Picture I . . . Top: Ronnie Wingo. Top Row: Michell Dancy, Sherry Buford. Tyrone Reid. Joane Mclver. Middle Row: Belinda Smith, Walter Bembry, Robin Hicks. Front Row: Mrs. Hollar-Gregory, David Diaz, Janice Farrow. Cynthia Richardson. Picture 2 ... Top Row: Gregory Battle. Angela Fladger, Calvin Barrmo, Dorothy Giles, Debra Moss.
213FRFSHMAN HOMEROOM 207 Mrs. Douglin
Picture 1 . . Top Row: Rutus McCall, B. Hodge. Mrs.
DoUglin. Second from top: D Wright, P Smith, M. Means, M. Jenkins. Third from top: C. Wiggins, C. Motley. Front Row A. Harris, R. Washington, C. Jackson Picture 2 . . .Teg) Row: I. Mathews, S. Butler, B. Merritt. F. Brown. Middle Row: T. Spigner, L W'atts, S. Brown, I. Velez. Frtont Row: E. Floyd, T. Suber. K. Robinson, T. Farward.
FRESHMAN HOMEROOM Mb Mr. Piazza
Top Row: Gregory' Parker, Sanform DuBois, Mr. Piazzj, Second from Top: Janet Riley, James Forester, W'llliam Baldwin, Howard Simpson Third from Top: Betty Sit, Neva Alexander, Karen Graves, Sharita Randolph Fourth from Top: Stacy Joseph, Beverly Mann. Marsha Blount, Evelyn Hopkins, Front Row: Cynthia fields, Charlai Cummings, James Howerton, Lowell Thomas.
FRESHMAN HOMEROOM 20b Mrs. Tso
Picture I, Left to Right, Top Row: Robin Johnson. Ruth Mobley, Deborah Wilson. Annette Lumford. Middle Row: Patricia Babbitt. Donna Hall. Cynthia Hardwick. Mrs. Tso. Bottom Row: Kari Jacob. Rosena Chisholm. Trinale Hill, Christine Bristol. Picture 2 ... Top Row: Valane W'illiams, Valerie Davis, Curtis Gilmore. Middle Row: Keith Davis, Laurence Henry , W'iltiam Winckler, lance Jonhson. Front Row: Daird Reeves, Clean y Pinkney, lusto Roman, Keith Harvey.
77SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 214 Mrs. 8l Kk
Picture 1 Top Row, left to Right Al Yrnmg Row 2: Valerie Mitchell, Beverly Bradley, Kevin Hatcher. Row 3: Edna Champagne, Valerie Drayton, Gwen Stevenson. Row 4: Shirlev Myers, C heryll foster. Denise lohnson. Picture 2, lop row: Wylfred Meledez, lames Ward, Lawrence Gilyard. Row 2: John Thompson, lames Williams, Karen Green. Row 3: Mrs. Block, Leonard Avcrctt, lames Clark, Sonya Hodges. Bottom Row: Kevin Parker. Robert Gibbs, Sharon Fisher.
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 210 Mrs. Lucas
Picture 1 . . . Top Row, Left to Right: Tommy Cox, Alvin Brown, Keith Towc. Carl McCoy. Row 2: Armando Delgado. Darry Innings, Michelle Smith. Row 3: Shirley Varela, lynn Wilson, Kim Love, Adrienne Waddy. Bottom row Nelson Torres, C.ina Howard, Olivia Lessane, lesska Nash. Picture 2 . . . lop Row: Mark Dickinson, Charles Hutchins Kevin Slater, Jonathan White. Row 2 k yce Perry, Donna White. Robin Ware, Naydene Briduv Row 1: Pin His Martin, Diane Phillips. Debra Fra ier. Bottom Row: |an Clayton, Mrs. Lucas, Pamela Sweet, Kim Fletcher.
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 304 Mr. Mondalto
Picture 1 . . . Left to Right, Row 1: Shari Reed. Michael lerman. Row 2: Lynn Morrison, Linda Fisher, Leroy Shivers. Row 3: Joan Green, Valerie Allen, Cyndrell Parrish, Gwen Austin. Row 4: Vera Ford. Vivian Wright, Pam Aiken, Sharon Cunnig-ham. Picture 2 . . . Row 1: Thomas Williams, Bcveriy Wilson, Cynl Jones. Row 2: Remona King, Geraldine Smith, Yolanda Grant. Row 3: Mr. Mondalto, Paul Dennis, Ernest Tucker, Dennis Reopick. Row 4: Stewart Williams. Doug Booker, Malcolm Williams.
78SOPHOMORf HOMf ROOM 308 Mrs. Levinson
Picture t . . . Left to Right. Top Row: Derrick Lee, Allen Perry, William Koonce. Row 2: Wilson Aponte. Gary Harrell, Edgar Rosa. Homer Gooden. Row 3: Rita Moss, Brenda Anthony. Cornelia Graham, Karen Brooks Row 4: Ginger Dawson, Rodney Pate, Kathy Jacob. Patricia lewis. Picture 2 ... Top Row: Vaughn Christian, Frederick lewis. Richard Dunn, Douglas Smith. Row 2: Kevin Hill-sman. Sherry Ro! inson. Darryl Lawson, Vtrs. Levinson. Row 3: Kim laRue, Rochelle Morse, Vannessa William, Ervin Pridgen.
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM B‘J Mrs. loncs
Picture I . . lop Row. Lett to Right: Wayne Williams, Kelvin (ones, Virginia Flaigan, Adrion Johnson. Row 2: Vanessa Fare, Edward Coleman, Trevor Blue, Michael Lamar. Row 3: Betty Brown, Michele Walton, Cynthia lohnson, Harold Williams. Row 4: Anita Arnold. Darlene Garus. Rhonda Crenshaw, Dar leen Gibson. Picture 2 . . . Top row: Jacqueline Thomas, Mrs. Jones, Barbara Miller. Row 2: Jerome Washington, Darryl Sumter, Norman Hayes, Betty Brown, ( arol Moses. Row 3: Virginia Flanigan. Karen McManus, Robin Wiley.
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 113 Mr. Williams
Picture 1 . . . left to Right, Top Row: Theodore DeCagna, Greg Collier, Edgar Figueroa. Row 2: Pamela Riley, Darlene Johnson, Victoria Mack, Cynthia Jones. Row 3: Stephanie Mann, Pat Charles, Ken Hargrove, Joyce Odom. Row 4: Diedre Davis, Sandra Algarin, Karen Davis, Reinaldo, Alrare . Picture 2 . . . lop row: Anthony Clark. Row 2: Seftan Bass, Ronald Robinson, Keith Morrison, George Downing. Row 3: Mr. Williams, Georgina Spruill, Laurie Austin, Deborah Plant, Vanessa Maurice. Row 4: Arthur Mersier. Harriet Mervin, Dwight Davis. Row S: lackio Porter, Marian Yancey, Cynthia Hampton.
iii(IUNIOR HOMIROOM BH Mr. Doundas
Top Row, left to Right: Nor birr to Ortiz. Oaryl Brooks. Anthony Lee, letlrey Dunn. Renee Gibson. Row 2: Beverly |one$, Gail Me Clary, Everett Campbell, Roth Riley. Row 3: Mary Reeves, Patricia Clanton. William Fdney, Fernando Delgado. Row 4: Derek Ragin, Valerie McIntosh, lames Ayala, Harry Gray. Bottom Row: Diane Gill, Aleta Griffin, Pamela Richard, Rolanda Tosone.
IUNIOR HOMFROOM 318 Mrs. Murray
Picture 1.....lop: John Peterson. lop Row Lett to
Right: Fernado Diaz, Harold Johnson. Leon Sherman. Middle Row: Valerie Worsley, Diane Spann, Booker Miller, William Thomas. Bottom Row Nanette Mason. Kim Crenshaw. Stephanie Harris, Robin Stone, Dorette Pugh. Picture 2: Top Row: Solomon Jackson, Kevin lack-son, Blaine Dickson, |oel Kelly. Second from Top: Vernon Dunn. Cheryl Weaver. Deborah ( handler. Third from Top: Barbara Hubbard. Rodney Rogers, Mrs. Murray. Bottom Row: Carmen Bonilla, Geraldine Battle, Nancy Carl, luamta Daniels.
IUNIOR HOMEROOM 313 Mrs. Kilter
Picture 1 ... Top Row. left to Right: Diane Walker. Karen Hillman, Michele Conte, Kevm Pope. Middle Row: Belinda larkins. Karen Baulkman. Roslind Potts. Mrs. Ritter. Bottom Row: Nadine Trimmel, Chiquita Odom, Leon Wright. Picture 2 ... Top Row: Adolpho Nogueras. Michael Simmons, Michael Dicks. Kevin Pope. Middle Row: Allesandra Moseley. Roberta Scales, Suzottc Harvey, Pamela Hudson. Bottom Row: Helena McPherson, Regina Davis, Blondell Taylor, John Bennett.
80JUNIOR HOMEROOM 218 Mrs. Green
Pit lure 1 . . .Top Row, left to Right: Clarence Gathright, Oscar McClain, Kenneth [ones. Second from Top: Pamela Roberson, Earl Sessoms, Richard Wilson, Man Jones. Third from top: Mrs. Green. Bridget Bethea, Vera Williams. Bottom Row: Lawrence Jackson, Rhonda Bell, Robert lewis. Picture 2 . . . Top: Harriet Hamlin Top Row: Stephanie Minatee, Deborah Dancy. Yolonda Collier, Va-lene Hayes. Middle Row: Clarence Cathnght, Michael Braswell. Pete Collins. Derrick Agricola. Bottom Ross: Yolanda Gulette. Janiera Warren, Darrell Wade. Reginald Smith.
JUNIOR HOMEROOM 208 Mr. Benevento
Picture 1 ... Top Row, left to Right: Michelle Williams, Vikki Arnold, Michelle Hargrove, Kim Carter. Second from lop: Stephanie McGregor, Sharon Bright. Elizabeth Rainey. Sandera Stewart, third Irom Top: Charlotte Brown, Ramona Mercado, Omega Randallman. Bottom Row: Bruno lee, Kevin lowthcr, Steven Alston, Picture 2 . . Top Row: Steve Be thea, Ronald Turner, Julian Keene. Ke«th Layton. Middle Row: Melvin Doster, Marc Davis, Michael Selph, Rennard BaskerviHe. Center: Rhea Davis, Mr. Benevento. Bottom Row: Carolyn Hubbard, Michelle McCIcan.Neptune Pringle. Edward Harris.
JUNIOR HOMEROOM 319 Mr. Palmer
Picture 1 ... Top Row, left to Right: Kenneth Boxley, Scott Wright, Gregory Thompson, Steven Kelly. Middle Row: Eva Gaskins. Mable Knight, Betty Tucker. Bottom Row: Carla Thomas. Deborah lohnson, Geraldine Gilbert. Picture 2 . . . Top Row: Darnell Bradley, Robert Benson. Second From Top: Bradford Brown, Orlando lee, lose Martinez. Third from top: loyce Holt, Gnselda Mitchell, lauren Green, Crystal Harris. Bottom Row: Michael Copeland. Sandra Lawrence, Jcnnell Joyner.
81JUNIOR HOMEROOM 310 Mrs. Shapiro
Picture one. Top lo Bottom. Left to Right Row 1: Charles Mayo. Robert Lessane. Ricardo Silontes. Second Row: Vergean Burr, Erancisco Davis, Russell Cames, and Mrs. Shapiro. Third Row; Peter Baerga, Larry Penn, Beatrice Whitney and David Eubanks. Picture Two. Row I: Steven lenkins, Kendall Griffin, Theron Mayes. Terrance Jones. Row 2: Linda Crier, Constance Smith, Deborah Banks. Jackie Hill. Row T: Valerie Austin, Pat 8ooker, Charon Watson, and Mono Battle.
82113 A Mrs. Devito
Roxanne Harden, Ellen Warren. Robin Lepraed, Edwin Rodrigue , Sheila Jones. Michael Dicks. Donna Lewis, Mrs. DeVito, Kenneth Ford. King McLendon, and Donald Hunter.Do we have to find our wings andfly away to the visions in our minds?STUDENT COUNCIL
The Student Council is an organization which is run by students who are officially elected. Led by Florine Chance as mavor and Kevin Slater as deputy mayor, the council controls the student government of Arts High
School. Its biggest project in the 1973-74 school year has been the Student Council Store which sold stationery and candy to the students at low cost. Meetings are held twice monthly. The advisor is Mr. Alan Slavitt.
This committee's main function is to raise money for school scholarships. Lead by )oyce Perry and Bridget
Bethea and advised by Miss Cardella, the group's prin ciple activity was the Spring production.
The participants in this committee render their services to the school whenever it's necessary. They at t as ushers and hosts at all school functions. So far this year they've serviced Parents' Night, Career Day, Winter Concert, and P.T.S.A. meetings. The high point of the year was their very successful Alumni Day presentation. Decorations and refreshments were prepared and serviced by the committee. Any one who is interested in serving their school may join. Deborah Campbell is chairman and Cyn-drell Parrish is co-chairman. The advisors are Mrs. Mary Venskus and Miss Sandra Cardella.NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society aids in many worthy endeavors, such as tutoring, and collections tor organizations and causes. The major event of the year is the candlelit induction ceremony held in April. Juniors with
Top, let! to right, Diane Moll. Bern ilia Campbell, Vernetl Nelson, Mrs. V Sampson, and Apnle Curvin. Not pictured: Karen Hubbard and Karen
a 3.5 average and Seniors with a 3.2 are eligible to join. Bencilla Campbell, president and Diane Holt, vice president agree with all members and the advisor. Mrs. Ven-skus that joining is an honor well worth preparing for.
nskus. Bottom: |ohn Sanders, Michele lohnson, Eli Climbing bear. Rubs Murray.
I he main function of the Freshman-Sophomore Council is to raise funds for junior and senior expenses. Skating and bowling parties have been planned. Cary Harrell, and lackie Thomas, are President and Vice President respectively. Miss Sandra Cardella acts as advisor.
FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE COUNCILJUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL
The Junior Class Council plans programs and activities to benefit the junior class. Up until now, they have sold sweatshirts and are tentatively planning a dance, and basketball and volleyball tournaments. Their advisor is Mrs. Green. Beverly Jones, Isaac Dorette, Harriet Hamlin and Deborah Dancy are the student leaders of this active group.
This dedicated group of young men and women have Membership is limited to the first fifteen students who
been organized to teach the proper use of lab equip- apply. Meetings are held before and after school daily,
ment and to aid the teacher in the preparation of labs.
LAB ASSISTANTS CLUB
The art club is composed of art or music students who desire to have extra practice with materials or techniques unavailable in their regular classes. A new
activity within the group is for the underclassmen to learn layout and design techniques prior to their senior year, so that they can produce a superior yearbook.
Silting Harold Showers. Harold Brito, Mark. Standing: William Winckler. Howard SimpM n. lohn Peterson. James Forester. Alberto Jimenez, Reginald Bellamy.
The Spanish Club, headed by Mr. Williams, was formed mainly to strengthen interest in the Spanish language and its varying cultures. It also helps those students who nt ed additional tutoring. The group has visited Spanish restaurants, seen Spanish language movies and visited the U.N. This adventuresome group meets on every other Thursday in room 113 at 2:35.
90Front Row: Mr. Marcus, Ted DoC'agna, Nolion Torres. Ba k Row: Doug Austin. Grog Thompson. Alvin Little.
Tho Stage Crew is very essential for the correct preparation of the stage for all kinds of activities. Very busy with their duties, the Crew helps set up the stage for assemblies, clubs and concerts. Under the leadership of Mr. Marcus, the work of these young men is deeply appreciated by us all.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Jeanne Tso, and the hard-driving leadership of Jacqueline Koonce, the African Dance Company is rapidly developing into a semi-
professional group. Their performances were enjoyed by large audiences at Montclair State College and at the Teen Arts Festival in Trenton.
AFRICAN DANCE COMPANYThe Varsity Club, advised by Mr. Mart us, is open to anyone holding a varsity letter. With William McCoy as president, the Varsity Club performs a service to the
school, and recognizes those who have earned varsity letters in various school sports. The highlight of the year is the Sports awards dinner held annually in the Spring.
VARSITY CLUB FASHION CLUB
The fashion club, a fine new addition to Arts this year, is led by Denise Baron and Debra Dimery. A part of the Black Assembly, the club will be putting on shows throughout the year. Highlight of the year was the Black Assembly Scholarship Program on )an. 25. The high quality of the show was discussed by all who saw it. The models and the advisor, Mrs. Vivian McDuffie should be highly praised for a job well done.
The Chess Club, formed only this year, is open to all students who are interested in studying, and playing the intellectual game of chess. The club has matches with other schools, including West Side and Central. This serious group of students who meet on Tuesdays in room 215 at 2:30 are advised by Mr. Thomas Piazza.
The members of the Physical Fitness Club work out, under the direction of Mr. Lang, to help keep themselves in top shape for good health and for greater sue-
cess in competitive sports. This energetic and well built group of athletes meet at 8:00 twice weekly in the boys' gym.
93The halls of Arts High ring with the sound of music, coming from Room 310, the chorus room. The school comes alive when its 297 members assemble on our stage for a performance. Some of the highlights of the year have been "Carmen" by Bizet, "Sing Unto God"
by Handel, and the musical "Annie Get Your Gun," by Irving Berlin, which will be the biggest production of the year. This musical will feature the Special Chorus, which is a select group of vocalists at Arts High School.
The Arts High Gospel Chorus is dedicated to the ideal of making youth see and understand the words of eternal life. They spread joy and happiness through their musical efforts at concerts in our school and elsewhere. The school will miss Carolyn Lowe, director, Bannie Saunders, assistant director, and Dale Smith who are graduating. However, the word will continue to be spread.
GOSPEL CHORUSTYPING CLUB
The typing club was formed by Mrs. Ritter to give students extra practice in order to develop their typing skills. Many students have taken advantage of this unique opportunity. There is rarely a day when the typing room is not in use.
The purpose of the Science Club is to explore methods of practical application of scientific knowledge. The principle project this year was collecting bottles and making useful products from them. Anyone interested
in science or ecology may join this group. Mrs. Venskus is advisor. The officers are Pamela Hudson, Carla Robinson, Valerie Hooper and Yolanda Collier.
Anyone who really appreciates good music will enjoy the expertise of the Arts High School Orchestra. This dedicated group of music students shows great performing competence. It is a wonderful thing to hear
them at the Winter and Spring Concerts. Mr. Karpen, the director, and Neptune Pringle, student director, should be proud of the results of their labor.
This group of singers performs at school concerts. They exhibit a high degree of talent. Under the direction of Mrs. Shapiro, they practice twice a week to perfect their knowledge of three-part harmony. The highlight of the year was their fine performance at the Winter Concert.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
96Arts High's Band has excelled greatly in its musical exhibitions this year. Carole King's "Tapestry" and "Procession of the Sarder" by EIvanov, were two of the many compositions performed which showed their fine skill. Another division is the Marching Band which takes part in all parades during the school year. We thank Mr. Reuben Singer for his outstanding leadership.
BANDSENIOR CLASS COUNCIL
Senior Class functions, such as the Senior Prom, the class trip, social functions, and graduation could not be carried out smoothly without the help of the Senior Class Council. Held once or twice a week, the Senior Class Council meetings offer seniors an opportunity to participate in running the school government and to expand their personal growth. Meetings are led by Robin Dawson, President, and William Allen, Vice President. Miss Adrienne Raff, advisor, endlessly contributes ideas for the stability of the Senior Class. Sabrina Slater, Secretary, and Doreen Fletcher, Treasurer, have also contributed a great deal toward the success of the Senior Class.
Very- few people understand the complex task of producing a quality yearbook. Both the art and literary staffs, guided by Mr. Carden, now understand! For the first time, the majority of the photographs used were taken by the staff, which included Louis Allen, Reinaldo Padilla, Donna Davis and Robert Lewis, a junior. Layouts and photograph cropping were done by Rochelle Foushee and Michelle Muldrow with the help of underclassmen from the Art Club and other yearbook staff members. Diane Williams and Vanessa Hill headed a hardworking group of writers and typists. The dedicated students who saw the yearbook through to completion should be congratulated.
)an Carden; Advisor
Although the yearbook staff was actively involved in the production of the yearbook, there was one person behind the lines who was not only a strong guide and teacher, but also a hard worker. Without him, there would have been no Vignette 1974.
99Have we really gone
Or is this athis far through space, vision in my mind?CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Arts High's Cross Country Team's record in 1973 was 2 wins and 5 losses. The team placed 6th in the city meet and 3rd in the Vo-Tech conference meet. William McCoy, Captain, won the bronze medal for winning first plate in the Vo-Tech Conference meet. Other senior members of the team are David Mite hum, Lefuel Brookins, Marvin Jones, and Wendell Bodison.
Front Row, led to Right: Mr Marcus, Brian Head, Percell Smith. LeFucI Brookins, and WcnckHI Bodison. Second Row: David Mitt hem, Leonard Averett and William McCoy.SOCCER TEAM
Front Row Knit-ling; Left to Right: H. Briton, (standing), M. lenkins, R Si-fontes. L Veliz. D. Wade. A. Jones. |. Smith, and 0. Lawson. Standing, Lett to Right: J. Craham, D. Jennings. Coach Alamo. G. Harrell, I. White, R. Smith. L. Shivers, R. Turner, A. Alston, M. Braswell, C. Silas, I. Jackson, T. Bynum, J. Stewart, M. Rodriguez. B. Frasier, R. Baskerville.
Mr. Alamo and Art’s Soccer Team pulled off their best season by winning 8 games and losing 5.
They defeated Barringer, last year's City-League Champs, 4 to 1. They also defeated Irvington Tech., T to 1.
John Stewart, the team's captain, led the team with 8 goals. He made All-Vo-Tech Team and Second Team All-City. The strong defense was led by Tim Bynum and Barry Frasier. Other senior members include lames Smith and Marcial Rodriguez.
M ir ul Rodriguez, Tim Bynum. M. Alamo. John Stewart, lames Smith, Barry Frasier.SWIMMING TEAM
Due to a tragic drowning at one Newark school's practice session, the swimming season was greatly re- High did not fare too well. We wish them the best of duced by official orders. A city meet was held, but Arts luck next season.
The Arts High Bowling Team had an extremely successful season, winning the city championship. They defeated several schools with much larger enrollments. Congratulations to the team and to its coach, Mrs. Jones, for a job well done.
The Fencing Team had a good year. They had a season record of 8-7. John Dreher and James Smith have played fine matches. Practice is held every day during the fall season at Broadway Elementary School. It is open to all males who are interested in a highly disciplined and technical sport.CHEERLEADERS
The Cheerleaders should be congratulated for causing great enthusiasm at our games. Under the direction of Miss Phyllis Cuyler, we've gotten the best of cheers for the Jaguars from these lively young women. They give the push forward to go on and win. Bencilla Campbell, Captain, and Paula Jenkins, Co-Captain, give the fine leadership needed to bring out the best of performances. You can also see the cheerleaders perform at the Crispus At-tucks Martin Luther King Day Parade in the spring of each year.
Diane Moll Arline Edwards
Karen Hubbard and Janice Rowe
The Arts High Tvvirlers under the direction of Miss Phyllis Cuvier is of great importance to our school. With Karen Hubbard as the captain and Janice Rowe as the co-captain they all work well together, which shows in their performances. They represent us annually in the Crispus At-tucks Martin Luther King Day Parade.
107Kneeling: Kevin lohnson. Richard Wilson, Orlando Lee. Michael Braswell, Al i I illle. Standing: Mr. Alamo, lose Marline . Manager, Rennard Baskerville. Darryl Moore, lames McNair. Robert lessane, Clarence (iathwright, Marc Davis. Scott Wright, Manager.
The Basketball Team had a fantastic season in 1974. During the regular season, they attained a record of 13-4 to win the N. J. Vo-Tech Conference. James McNair, co-captain, averaged 19 pts and set a school record of 34 rebounds in a single game. Alvin Little, co-captain, averaged 22 points and scored 44 points in one game! They were selected to participate in the Essex County Tournament and the State Tournament. Congratulations to the team and to Coach Alamo for a great season! In addition, James McNair made first team all Newark and the all county team. Alvin Little made second team all city. Congratulations again!
108GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
The 1973-74 school year marks the second year of the Girls' Basketball team. Under Ms. Lucas' direction, the team practices vigorously on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. Despite their low record of victories, they have potential and initiative mandatory for future success. Captain and Co-Captain are Gail McClary and Nanette Mason.
noKneeling: Nanette Mason, Ms. Lucas, Gail McClary. Second Row: Sharon Fisher, Kari Jacobs, Kathy Jacob. Third Row: Annette Lumford, Bridget Bethea, and Stepanie McGregor.
IllThe Girls' Track Team ol 1973, coached by Mrs. Lucas, placed second in the city and this was only their second year! Their season record was a fantastic 6-1. Nanette Mason set a city record in the " 0 yard dash, w ith a record time of 6.1 seconds.
Silling, Left to Rtghi: Laurie Austin. Geraldine Gilbert, and Beverly k nes. Second Row Kneeling, led to Right: Dianne Golden, Sharon Fisher, Denise |ohn on, Carol lumford. Robin Slone, Harriet Hamlin. and Sandra Lawrence, third Row. Standing. Left to Right: Coach, Mrs. Linas, Rose Miller, Kathy Jacob. Valerie Haves. Nanette Mason, |an Clayton, Mallory Mann, |a |ueline Hill, and Student Manager. Gregory Atkins.
Carol lumfordTENNIS TEAM
Standing: Coach Benjamin O'Neil, Percy Scott, and Kevin Slater. Kneeling: Cyrus Williams and Irevor Blue.
Mr. Beniamin O'Neil coaches the Tennis Team and does a very fine job, as witnessed bv their having a record of ( -5. Last season, the team went as far as the first round finals in doubles competition. Eddie Bright shot at novice singles, but lost in the second round. The Spring 1974 Season promises to be an interesting one for this small hardworking group.
Miss Meyerson coached the Tennis Club last year. It was organized for girls to learn basic tennis skills and to develop a lifetime love for the sport. Any female can join. Meetings are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at West Side Park from 3:(X) to 5:30 in the Spring.
GIRLS' TENNIS CLUB
Kneeling: Cyndrell Parrish, Donna Daws. D Bailey. Stephanie McDaniel, Miss Meyerson. Standing: Lynne Morrison, Denise Quick. Charlotte Brown, Rochelle Foushee, Shirley Myers, Pam Deane.
The Arts High Track Team had a great season in 1973, and hopes to do as well or better in the 1974 season. The team placed 2nd in the Vo-Tech Conference meet and 4th in the City meet. Reinaldo Padilla was outstanding in the low and high hurdles. Leonard Chislum did well in the 440 and as a member of the mile relay team with Tim Bynum, Daryl Wade, and Tyrone Page. Practices for this energetic team are held in school and at Riv-erbank Park every day after 2:30.
Tim Bynum Douglas Austin
114Reinaldo Padilla and Mr. Marcus.
from row. Led lo Right: Kionone Gaskins. Tommy Cox. Mile Copeland. Keith Towe, Reinaldo Padilla. Gary Harrell, |ohn Dreher, Albert Alston. Second row: Leonard Chislum, Wm. McCoy, Tyrone Page. Steve Kelly. Wendell Bodison. Darryl Brooks, Daryl Sum par, and Wayne Williams. Third row standing: Allred Cunningham. Nathan Robin, Richard Willis. Leonard Averett, Tim Bynum, Douglas Austin. David Mitchum. Daryl Wade. Ru hard Battle. Pete Collins, lohn Simmons, Kevin Hatcher. Dwight Davis. Darry lennings, Alivin Brown, Mr. Marcus.BASEBALL TEAM
116Standing, left to right: Coach tang. William (.ray, Lance Webb, trnest Gooden, John Bovvers, Mike Holmes, and Kevin Dean. Kneeling, left to right: Darrell Law-son, lames Smith, Francisco Davis, Kevin Simmons, Bruce Maxwell, and Jeff Jones.
In the spring of 1973, Arts High's baseball team was made up of many seniors who would graduate that june. The team had a record of 5 wins and 4 losses and tied for second place in the Vo-Tech League. Francisco Davis was outstanding. Coach Lang hopes to rebuild the young team created by the departure of so many seniors. All practices are held at Branch Brook Park.Today's not And all thingsMEMORIES
yesterday have an ending.BEST LOOKING
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
•204 Anthony Smith 204 Renee Bynum
215 Glenn Croom 215 Judith Smith
220 leferrel Vandiver 220 Rochelle Ferrell
307 Robby Edwards ••307 Yvette Caldwell
314 Reinaldo Padilla 314 Donna Lee
315 John Cherry 315 Deborah Dimery
• 204 Eli Climmgbcar 204 Addie Legette
215 James Merritt 220 leferrel Vandiver 307 Kevin Deane
314 John Stewart
315 John Sanders
215 Deborah Campbell 220 Karen Hubbard ••307 AprileCurvin
314 Diane Holt
315 Ruby Sampson
Anthony Smith and Yvette Caldwell
Billy Rich and Yvette Caldwell
Ruby, Marvin and Carlton
BEST MUSICIAN OR SINGER
204 Douglas Davis 201 Vickie Parker
21S Dean McCall 215 Judith Smith
220 Billy Rich 220 Dale Smith
307 Michael Walton ••307 Yvette Caldwell
314 Craig Wise 314 Denise Quick
315 Frank Smallwood 315 Michele Johnson
204 Billy Harris 204 Toni Kirby
215 Willocy Christian 215 Ronnell Bey
••220 Marvin Jones 220 Mamie Skipper
307 Michael Walton 307 Barbara Butterfield
314 Wendell Bodison 314 Denise Quick
”315 Carlton Williams ••315 Ruby Sampson
315 Kevin Johnson 315 Florine ChanceMOST SERIOUS
204 Billy Harris 215 David Mitchem 220 Marvin Jones •307 lose Arce
314 Benjamin Collier
315 Elias Padilla
• 204 Carrie Noon 215 Jane Mosley 220 Kimberly Thompson 307 Deborah Walker
314 Brenda McCall
315 Karen Mitchell
• 204 William McCoy 204 Arline Edwards
215 William Cray 220 John Dreher 307 Leonard Chislum
314 Reinaldo Padilla
315 Alvin Little
215 Paula Jenkins 220 Karen Hubbard 307 Carol Lumford •314 Mallory Mann 315 Ruby Sampson
Mallory Mann and William McCoy
Janice, Elias and Donna
204 Henry McGloun ••204 Donna Davis
215 Emerson Welh 215 Judith Smith
220 Frank Jones 220 Margaret El
307 Jose Arce 307 Vanessa Hill
314 Reinaldo Padilla 314 Pam Deane
••315 Elias Padilla ••315 Janice Harper
•204 Anthony Smith 204 Arline Edwards
215 Dean McCall 215 Sabrina Slater
220 Billy Rich 220 Andrea Harrell
307 William Blount 307 Robin Morrison
314 Eric Anderson 314 Bernita Upshaw
315 John Cherry ••315 Michele JohnsonPOPULARITY POLL
204 Keith Bush 201 Vanessa Betts
21S William Cray ••215 Carolyn Lowe
220 lames McNair 220 Cynthia Rose
314 Eric Anderson 314 Phyllis Holloman
307 Lefuel Brookins 307 Diane Williams
315 Michael | oh ns on 315 Deborah Dimery
lefuel Brookins and Carol Lowe
Bonnie Sanders and Carol Lowe
204 Keith Bush 204 .Martha Frarier
•215 Bannie Sanders ••215' Carolyn Lowe
220 lames McNair 220 Pamela Sellers
307 Lefuel Brookins 307 Valerie Hooper
314 Eric Anderson 314 Phyllis Holloman
315 Robert Woods 315 Marsena Harris
204 Anthony Smith 204 Vanessa Betts
215 Glenn Croom 215 Sandra Forrest
220 William Allen 220 Cynthia Rove
307 William Blount 307 Valeria Hooper
314 Eric Anderson 314 Barbara O'Neal
315 Kevin lohnson ••315 Doreen Fletcher
Anthony Smith Doreen Fletcher
MOST POPULAR GIRL
201 Robin Dawson
215 Carolyn Lowe
220 Rochelle Ferrell
M)7 Robin Morrison
■• 314 Bencilla Campbell
315 Ruby Sampson
204 Cyrus Williams 215 David Mitchem 220 Marvin |ones 307 lose Arce
314 William Denson
315 Elias Padilla
’204 Ruth Schmidt 215 ludith Smith 220 Kimberly Thompson 307 Deborah Walker
314 Karen Murray
315 Karen Mitchell
204 Douglas Davis 204 Pat Barnes
••215 Bannie Sanders 215 Sandra Forrest
220 James McNair 307 Douglas Austin
314 Craig Wise
315 Kevin (ohnson
220 Pamela Sellers 307 Yvette Caldwell
314 Phyllis Holloman
315 Ruby Sampson
Marvin Jones Ro,h Schmidl
Pat Barnes and Bannie Sanders
CaH I on Williams
MOST POPULAR BOY
204 Anthony Smith 215 Dean McCall
220 Lin wood Hancock
|ohn Dreher and Andrea Harrell
Robby Edwards William Denson
MR. ATLAS AND MISS VENUS
• 315 Carlton Williams
'204 Douglas Davis 215 William Cray ••220 John Dreher 307 Kevin Deane
314 Reinaldo Padilla
315 Alvin Little
204 Renee Bynum 215 Gloria Robinson ••220 Andrea Harrell 307 Karen Murray
314 Michele Johnson
315 Karen Mitchell
Truth and Soul?
when phyllis's wig came oh and (ell in the manhole? freshman year and the teacher's strike when-. . . Arts High led the other high schools in student revolts?
. . . Miss David locked all of us out of the school building and we almost got arrested? sophomore year and busting into an assembly when we were restricted because of lack of space? when the waterpipe busted in 219? (no labs for a month!) when the girls gym smelled like a distillery?
getting by on a 10 week spree and finally getting busted by Mr. Rhim? the year we got female security guards and the girls almost had a fit?! the day Ms. Russell took off her wig in class? when Mrs. Neuss asked the question: "frank, are you pregnant?" Robin M. breaking out with her new outfits? or Debbie C. adding a new dimension to the word miniskirt? the day a little mouse ran into 207 and Miss Cuyler jumped on the desk?
Junior year when Vanessa H. popped Mr. Otero in the head with her honor certificate? (accident of course!) the time when B.S. changed for the' worse?
M.D.'s professional strip-tease at the fashion show?
..............gladys knight and the pips
....... ....barry white
................ earth, wind and fire
.................grover Washington jr.
............... aretha franklin
....-............sly and the family stone
Denise QuickMarvin Jones
molt..........................so much lo give
blood.........................y«. can can
Kebo..........................back lo Ihe world
nod...........................check il out
hips..........................where were you when i needed you?
toby..........................gotta lind a way-
mickey .......................the bra
z"...........................very special part ol me
stevyye ...........-..........ape is high
Jan...........................it think about loving you
lynn..........................let's get it on
cowboy........................keep your head lo the sky
rob...........................il you want me lo slay
bub...........................i just want to be free
fleetwood.....................i wanna know your name
gwen..........................just lo satisfy you
kabfe.........................can this be real?
Frank |onesJUNIOR-SENIOR FOOTBALL GAME
126 Mr. Robert Brandon Miss Jill Curvm
Mr and Mrs II Braswell Mrs. Pat C urvm
Mel Braxton Mr. Rntserl Curvm
BOOSTERS Mrs. 1. Brewer Mrs. Annie Bright Gail and Kerry Bright Mr. William Curvm Lillie Daniels Dorothy I. Dantrle
Donald 1 Brock, M.D. Alan Davis
Al Abrams Mr. Richard Bronner Ann R. Davis
A Friend Mr. Carol Brown Mrs. Bira Davis
Mrs. S. Adams Harriet Brown Mr Mrs. Dames Davis
Mrs. Phyllis Adkins Mrs. Maxie Brown Elgin A. Davis
Patricia Ajello Mrs. Rose Brown Felix Davis
Alice and Family Jesse E. Bryant Mrs. Geneva Davis
Mrs. Mary Ann Allen Mrs. W.M. Burnett Mrs. Iona Davis
Mr H. Allgood C andance Burrell Mr. lake Davis
Levi Alston Mrs Annie I. Burns Margaret Davis
Doreen Alviggi and loe Cardonc Andrea Bush Mr. Nathaniel Davis
)o Ann Amato ( heryl Bush Mr. Curtis Deane
Fdna and Aminifu Dawn Bush Vic Delke
Stanley Anastasiou. M.I). Desiree Bush Mary loan DeRosa
Mr. and Mrs. lunior Anderson Mrs. Marquerite Bush Karen Y. Diaz
Pattie Anderson Mr. Ireci Cacoto DeVito Family
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson Viola Calloway Mr. Andre Dishman
Mr. Andrews Mr. Albert Calvin District » 1 ( ity ol Nesvark
Eleonor Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cannon Mr. Vincent Ditta
Mr. Joseph T. Armstrong | hn Capers Mr. Frederick Dixon
Thomas Armstrong Martha Capers Albert Alma Dixon
Arts High Orchestra Michael Capers Bobu Dixon
Mrs. Rose Atkins Miss Sandra-Lee ( ardella Cornel Dixon
Mr. John E. Austin Mr. Jan Carden Eva M. Dixon
Gradie Baaker Mrs. |jn Carden Keisha Dixon
Mrs. 1 ia?ctta Baghv Mrs. Emma Carl Kevin Dixon
Mr. Louise Baker Mattie Carlise Patricia Dixon
Mrs. D. Ball Mr. James Carmon Mrs. R Dcxighlie
Mrs. Phyllis Bambara Mr. James Carter Stuart Dowes
Bertha Banks Mrs. Ins Carter Mrs. Annie Duncan
Garfield Banks Mrs Martha Carter James Dunlap
Mrs. Maude Banks Mrs. Rosa Carmon Mrs 1 Duffy
Mr. and Mrs W Barnes G.J. Carton David Dunn
Baines Family Leslie aster Mrs. Betty Easton
Miss Barbara Barrett Ms. Carol Cathey Mrs. Carol laston
Mr. Judith Barrett Rosa Ceasar Mrs Oweda Easton
Mrs. Barrette Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman W. M. Edney
William Bass Mrs. Carrie Charles Glen Edwards
Mrs. Daisy Barrow Charles Cherry Shiriev and Rhonda Edwards
Mrs. Ldna Bynum Holly Chesney Dendon Edwards
Mary A. Beckwith Chi Eta Phi Sorority. Inc. Ede Edwards
Norman Jesse Bemelt Miss Roas Chiu Mrs. Elbe Branch
Douthc |. Benton Mrs. Gladys E. Churchman Mr. M H Elliott, Sr.
Mr. Melvin C. Berrv lames E. Churchman. |r. Kathy Ellis
Mr. Armando Bess Mr, M. ( inquma Mr. Anthony Ellis
Best o( Luck Tyrick Kenneth |. Clark Mrs. Leslie Ellis
Best Wishes Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark,|r. Phxllis Ellis
Nurse's Unit Bethany Baptist Church Rev. Lindsey Clark Mr. Marceflus Elmore
Mrs. G Blackwell John E. Clay Mr. Charles G. Evans, Sr.
Mr. 1. Blackwell Mrs. Betty Cobb Miss ( vnthia A. Fvans
Miss P. Blackwell Mr. Michael P. Cocca, |r. Mr. Mrs. 1. C. Evans
Mrs. Mabel Blair Mrs. Anne Cole Edwin Evelyn
Mr. Richard Bland Joe C ole Mason Works Ernestine Evelyn
Biber-Rosen Bluth Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs James Collier Mr. Fair
Wendell Bodison Omerlee Collins Miss Darlene Fairly
Mrs Tina E. Bohannon Mrs. W. Cooke Dr. Dcxothv A. Farley
FTester Bolden Mr. P. Coons Miss Helen Farmer
lanya Bolden Mrs. Carrie Cooper Miss Deborah Faust
Mrs. Margaret Booker Mr. Jennie Cooper Mrs Estelle Faust
Miss Diane Bonev Mary Copeland Charles Ferguson
Mr. led Bonner Carol Coppola Mrs Ida H. Ferrell
Mr. and MrsFloyd Bostic John Corbitt Delois Fielder
Mrs. Nancy Bowdre lames Wesley Coy Bartxira Fields
Duches Elizabeth Boyd James Coyne, M.D. Cynthia Loretta Fields
Valeri Boys Mr. S. Crawford Miss Adrianne Fleming
Mr. Robert Bowers Mrs. C. Croom Mrs. Doris Fleming
loscph E. Bradman Gladys Croom George R. Fleming. |r. R.P.
M.B. Bradman Robert and Mary Crute Mr. Leonard Fleming
Mae Bradman Tasha Crute Miss Valerie Fleming
Thc resa Bradman Mrs. Gloria Cruz Susie Flippin
Rev. R Bradford,|r. Mr. Bill Cumbo Mrs. Dorothy Ford
Louise Brandon Mr. Fred Cucolo Mr. Ihomas | Fouse, Jr.
Rosemary Branch Miss G. Culp Marguerite S. Foushee
Mr Bernard Brandon lanet Cumberland Mrs. Beadie Francis
Mrs. Mable Brandon Mrs. Ruth Cumbo Wallace Francis
Mrs. Marion Brandon and Family Mrs. Barbara C urs m Frank Ola
Mr. Walter Brandon Ms. Jewel Curvm Mr. Alonza FrazierMr. Gelet Frazier
Mis . Laura loan Frazier
Mrs. Mac O. Fra icr
Sonia R. Gaffney
Helen Frank Garris
Mr. Mrs. Geogre Garland
Mrs. Juanita Gathers
Beatrice M. Gednen
Beatrice G. Geller
Robert A. Gibbs
Mrs. Ruby Gilliam
Mrs. Mahaley Gilmore
Mr. Lindsey Gilmore
Mr. Robert Gilmore
Mrs. S. Gilmore
Mr. Frank Glenn
Mr. Philip Gold
Rose Goodson Ms. lovee Goose Judv Gottlieb Miss Dorothy Gould Swindell Graham, |r.
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Rev. Samuel Harvey
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Rosa and Kenyatta Holmes Mr, Arthur Hooper Miss Charian Hopper Mr. James Hooper, |r.
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In Memory of Donald C'room
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Mrs. Dorothy Irvin
Mrs Inez Jacobs
Mr. Samuel Jacobs
Mrs. Viola Jacobs
Mrs. Mildred Jackson
Mrs. George James
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Cheryl Denise Lee
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William H. lee
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Rev. L. Liles
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George M arable
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Dorothy May nor
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Ivacter D. McCray
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Ethel M. Melvin
charles I. Meredith
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Lenord I. Moore
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Mr. John E. Moses
Mrs. Sibyl C Mosses
Neil C. Murray
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Shaw ana Parker
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Mrs. Matilda Tolvin Grady Townsend. |r.
Donald N. Treloar lames Trice Warren Troblefield Troutman Floor Waxing Co.
David S. Tucker
Mrs. Enoch Tucker
Mark A. Tucker
Mrs. Robert Tucker
Mr. A Mrs. Walter Tucker Family
Luis S. Diaz Valdez
Mrs. Mary Venskus
Frand Villano, M.D.
Dannielle T. Voorhis Dec on Wakefield Mrs. Susie Wakefield Mr. Richard WaldenDianne Walker "75" West Bakery Abbie Worrell
Mrs. Ann Walker Rev C C Wicks Albert Worrell
Miss Rose I. Walker Wilbert and lean Grace Worrell
Doris Wallace "66" Debra Wilkie Susan W'orrell
Mr. George Wallace Willard Family Delores Whitehead
Mar Walls Frances I. Williams Mrs. I Wright
Walter and Cynthia G. Williams Mr larry Wright
Mrs. Lillie Walton Gerald Williams levoyn Wright
Mr. and Mrs. lames Ware Horace Williams Mrs. Fra Wynn
lerri Lynne Ware Larry Williams Marvin Young
loseph Warron lonnie Williams Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson
Mrs. Selma Warshawsky Lucille Williams Rossie Baxter
M. Washington Marilyn |. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bell
Shirley E. Washington Mary M Williams Mr. |im Blue
Mrs. V. 8. Washington Miss Myrnalcah Williams Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Chance
Elaine Watson Victoria Williams Ernest P. Clark
Nora Way Mrs. Grace Wilson The lane Culver Family
S. Weaver Robert E. Wilson Mr. Gene Davis
Thomas Michael Webb Gloria Winstead Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pennington
Hildred West Mrs. Ann WrxKiard Mrs. Constance Williams
lavora Ann West Mr. Leon D. Woods Harry Williams Jr.
Ronald West Delores Wolfe Photos on pages
Abernathy, Robin 63 Custer Ave. 248-2059 21, 40. 72
Alien, Louis 51 Oifton Ave. 481-4184 21,70
Allen. William 9 Schuyler Ave. 171-4507 22.50
Anderson, tnc 249 Lincoln Ave. 485-4757
Arte, lose Ill Third Ave. 482-82 Ml 121
Austin. Douglas 240 So. 7th St. 621-1975 21.114
Barnes. Patricia 148 Dewey St 921-6416 21.68, 121
Barron. Denise BO Grafton Ave. 481-7921 24. 32. 7)
Betts, Vanessa 17 Hobson St. 921-7151 24,68
Bey. Ronnell 32 Chester Ave. 485-1875 24. 55,61.69
Blount. William 144 Penn. Ave. 242-1106 24
Bodison. Wendell 427 lellift Ave. 824-2253 25.70. 115
Bourne. Noel 7 Crittenden St. 484-8040 25,68
Buyktm. LaVerne 49 Magnolia St 241-7176 25.71
Brookins. Leluel 402 So 14th St. 624-0002 25.67. 70. 102
Brown. Renee 62 So. 1 Tth St 482-1971 26.66. 70
Brunson, Patnsha lM 19th Ave. 26
Bush. Keith 87 Tillinglasl St. 171-6419 26,58
Butterfield. Barbara no So. nth St 484-0077 26.71
Butterfield, lacquelme no So. 1 1th St. 484-0077 26,71
Bynum, Rene 264 Kecr Ave. 926-5021 27.68
Bynum. Timothy 188 Howard St. 11-A 622-0188 184.108.40.206. 114
Caldwell. Yvette i77Weequahk Ave. 921-7984 27. 15.61. 71. 120
Campbell, Bent ilia 241 Aldine St 171-6256 28.67.71, 106. 122
Campbell, Deborah 14 Willoughby Si. 921-5466 25, 69
Capers, |acquc4ine 94 Fabyan Plat e 172-1514 26,68
Carmen, Gwendolyn 50 Grumman Ave. 921-1814 28. 64. 72
Chance. Florine M) No. Burnet St. 675-0002 61.71
Cherry, lohn 877 So. 15th St. 175-2165 29.71
Chislum Leonard 76Vassar Ave. 921-2698 29.71. 114
Chnstian, WiHocy 251 So. 19th St. 174-1016
Climmgbear. (Ji 219Schuyler Ave. 921-8451 25. 29. W. 120
Collier. Benjamin 178 F rince St. 241-4‘ K2 29
Covington. Walter 42 Gray St. 484-7554 M)
C room, Glenn It Somerset St. 624-4642 Ml
Curvin, Apfile 515 Elizabeth Ave 467-1938 10.70. 120
Davis, Donna 18 Beverly St. 172-0179 11.62. 68. 121
Davis. Douglas 424 So. ‘Ah St. 242-5725 10. 58.68
Davis. Margaret TOO Mr Pleasant Ave 481-6917 11
Davis. Patricia 411 So. 15 St. 624-1452 11. 46. 61
Dawkins, David 110 C.txxhvin. Ave. 921-4701 18
Dawson. Robin 14 Smith St. 171-1505 22
Dean, Kevin IHH Goldsmith Ave. 921-8218 11,40.64
Deane. Pamela 65 Shephard Ave. 921-9121 62.70
Denson. William 771 So. 14th St 248-5212 12.68
Dimery, Deborah ‘K) So. 10th St. 481-6147 08
Dreher, John 198 FYince Street 241-7975 12. 114, 121
Dodson. Allen 212 Prince St. 241-7975 12. 51.66
Dunlap. Andrea 190 So. 11th St. 641-1110 11, 52, 51.72
Dunlap. Trances 515 6th Ave. 641-1156 •' 11.71
Echsards. Arlme 121 Hansbury Ave. 921-9149 220.127.116.11
irhsards. Rnlvtin- 176 Dewey St 921-1947 31. 11. 15.70
II, Margaret 149 Ridgewood Ave 242-1950 14
Ivans. Charles 478 So. 11th St. 241-1815 14. 69
Faust, Beverty 753 So. 14th St. 241-7110 14. 18. 71
Ferrell, Rot hello 48 No. nth St. 481-0115 14.71
Iteming. Diane 619 So. 20th St.
Fletcher. Doreen 118 C amden St, 22, 51, 60. 122
Toushce. Rochelle 124 Shephard Ave. 926-0509 0.66. 71
1 raiser. Barry 70 So. 'Ah St. 485-1051 15
fra ier. Martha 51 Dewev St 926-4068 16. 61.
fryer. Pamela 400So tlth SI. • 42-8454 16
Forrest. Sandra 29 ) Clinton Ave 42 A 15. 47
Gaito, Robed 485 No. tllhSt. 484-1671 M . OH
(.allman. Wanda 861 So. 18th St. 172-4809 W
Gatling. W illiam 110 So llthSL 17
C MMella. Robert 2 Nicholas St, 589-8290 17
(iray. William 720 So 15th St. 824-4447 17. 40, 69, 117
Green. Brute 169 Sherman Ave. 48-5471 17
Marnilton, lintla 142 W Kinney Si 241-2021 18. 71
Hantotk. linwtMid 11b N. 11th St 484-9887 24. 10. 18. 69
Harper, Janice 227 So. 11th St. 641-9054 18,71
Harrel, Andrea 25 Huntington leer. 172-5547 Ml. 121
Harris. Billy 61 Beverly St. 171-1079 19. 72
Harris, Denise 1% Littleton Ave. 622- 89 19. St 59
Harris. Marsena 125 Waverty Ave. 8245415 19.71
Hass kins. Kim 17 Parker Ave ‘126- 11IH 19. 71
Heath. Arthur 19 Imcoln St. 12B 622-7116 62
Higgms. arol 166 So. IHthSi 624-5691 40
t till. Vanessa 107 Chute h Tenat e 40. 51
Holland. Pamela 485 Cenlr.il Ave. 675-M» 18 72
Holloman. Phyllis 885 Hunterdon St. 242-6416 40, 70
Holt. Diane 55 Mercer St. ID M . 41. 52. 70. 100
Hooper. Valene 148 («oldsmilh 921-2227 29,41.70
Hubbard. Karen 79 W. Kinney St. 621-1712 40. 41
Hunter. Donald 74fi So. 15th St. 242-1809 41 Photos on pages
Hurdle, tula 16 Emerson Plate 242-(1% 42. 44. 63.69
lack son. Shelly 82 Rose Terrate 243-497! 63.72
Jenkins, Paula 4 (8 So. 17th Street 374-1533 42. 106
Johnson. Kevn 202 Renner Avenue 923-9620 63, 72
Johnson, Mu had 421 So. 10th Street 248-1528 42
Johnson, Mic helle 191 Vassar Avenue 926-1851 43. 52. 73. 121
Johnson, Patrk ia 7S1 f '2 Broad Street 484-7372 43
Jones. Frank 440 Elizabeth Avenue 242-0688 25. 4 (.72
Jotses, Marvin t6 SnetneNi c)rive 4FH-5455 25. 43. $9. 120
Kmcey, Charlotte 11 Riverview Court 2C 589 3844 44
Kirbv, Toni 540 So. 10th Street 243-149H 25. 44, 69
Lee, Donna 26 East Alpine Street 241-7447 44. 70
lee. Heather 26 East Alpine Street 243-7447 44.70
legette. Addle 590 So. 11th Street 45.69
23 Norwood Place 371-9766 28. (9. 43,73
Lowe, Carolyn 102 Schley Street 926-2932 24, 45, 47. 59. 122
lumlord. Card t. 271 So 18th Street 374-07% 45.71, 106, 112
Mam. Merrill 101 Ludlow Street 248- (086
Mann. Mallory 201 So. Burnett Street 678-75S8 46, 112
McCall, Brenda 12 (.rant Avenue 248-5419 46
McCall, Dean HI Keer Avenue 925-0657 4(..69
Mt Clary, Peter 611 High Street 201 624-2061 46
McCoy. William 40 Shaw Avenue 923-0970 47.68. 102. 114 121
Me Daniels, Stephanie 94 Keer Avenue 923-1755 47. 48. 71
Me Clown. Henry $5 Brag raw Avenue 926-2138 47. 68
McNair. James 2)(Weequahit Avenue 923-4910 47,72
Merrill, lames 20 Emerson Hate 242-1)542 -18
Miller, Patric ia 588 So. 8th Street 373-8991 18
Mitt he®, Karen 226 Schley Street t8. 73
Mite hem, David (51 So 11th Sreet 624-0011 48.69. 102. 115
Morrison, Robin 5 Pomona Avenue 926-3633 49. 70
Mosley, Jane 84 Treaty Avenue 248-5038 49. 58 69
Muldrow, Mic helle (60 Lehigh Avenue 923- 3808 (4. 49, 71
Murphy. Karen (5 Hawkins Street 344-8(56 (6. 49. 69
Murray. Karen 147 Ridge-wood Avenue- 248-2265 56. 50. 71
Nelson. Vernell 14 Nelson Place. Irs (75-6655 50, 6 (. 66
Noon. Carrie 64 Stuvvesant Avenue (71-50(2 50,68 121
O'Neal. Barbara 7t Wst Runyan Street 824-1606 (6.78
Padilla. 1 lias 74 Boykin Street 373-9016 51. 121
Padilla. Reinaldo 101 Montclair Avenue 485-7107 40. 51.67,71. 115
Parker. Vickie 65 Mercer Street 643-2105 51.66
Perry, Vivian HO 7th Avenue 485-0288 51.68
Petty, Michael 41 (So. 10th Street 374-9712 M
Pompev. (beryl 875 So 16th Street 375-84 2 52
Price, Vivian 42 Emmet Street 24 (-0226 52.67
Proctor. Ramona 659 So 18th Street (71-5519 52
Quick. Denise- 8t‘ Bergen Street 248- (377 50, 52. 70
Ru h. William 1 Shaw Avenue 92 ( 9655 25. 40. 53. 72
Reed. Ru hard 84 Scheerer Avenue 921-1(21 39. 53
Robinson (.Iona 880 So 17th Street 371-((60 47. 5.3,61.69
Rodrigues. Martial (68 Day ton Street 248-9888 33
Rose. Cynthia 245 Littleton Avenue 641-86(7 54. 69. 72
I2i So. 7th Street 622-2549 28. 54, 7 (
Sampson, Rubs 231 South tlth Si. 642-0641 40. 54, 73. 106
Sanders. Ban me ‘W Oraton St 54. 37. 59
Sanders, k hn 44 Stirling St. 622 0792 55
162 Walnut St. 344-6070 55.66.68 121
Scott, Percy 2 16 Wainvvright st 923-UBbl 65
Sellers. Pamela 0.1 arlev Ave 243-(i6,l,J 55.72
ski( pc-r. Mamie 7«i Wolcott Terr 926- (28b (1. 55
Slater, Sabrina MB Boy den Terr 241-5886 22. 44. 69
Smallwood. Irank 95 Court St. 64 (- HH4 46. 63
smith, Anthony 621 N. 6th St. 484-2822 68. 120. 121. 122
Smith. Dale 55 Nairn PI 171-7479
14 W mjnv Ave. 48-9124 72.117
Smith, luditfl 715 High St (i24-8t i 34. 56
Smith, Tommvsena 56 Farley Ave. 243-5080 v
Si« v,irt. |ohn 164 James St. 642-1689 (4. 56
Stokes. Naomi 215 Hanvburv Ave. 923-4616 %
Thompson, Kimberley 515 Elizabeth Ave. 243-5399 50
Turner, loyte ‘JO Treaty Ave 248-7(19 57. 73
Upshaw. Bermt.1 (57 Peshine Ave 248-7910 70
San Diver, lelerell (7 Irving Ave 92 (-22 (8 57
Walker, Deborah (21 Belmont Avc 248-8544 58
(tt Summer Ave 484-7657 62
101 Court st 62 (-418 1 55. 58.60. 69
West. Martin H saint James Plat e 923-5985 29. .8 70
White. Adnc-nne 15 (.ration Avenue 485-2559 59
Williams. Arthur 2» Riverview lerrace 58 1-2976 4b
Williams. Carlton 76 Set one! Street 484-6440 5 1.61 120. 121
Williams. Cyrus 1 10 Orange Street 59, 112
Williams. Diane 58 Vanderpcuil 824-4851 51. 60. 65. 71
Williams, Earleru MY) So. 7th Street 24 (-086-1 44. ME 72
Wise. ( rain 49 Eckert Avenue 824-1637 W
Woods. Robert 115 So 7th Street 624-2520 Vl. Ml. 75
Worriil, enola 27 Hamilton Street 672-7045 55.61. 72
Yancey, lamont •«8 (Quitman Street 624-4664 40 01LORSTAN STUDIOS 856 BROAD STREET NEWARK, N. j.
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