Bloomfield High School - Memories Yearbook (Bloomfield, NJ)

 - Class of 1952

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HOIVIE ECONOINIICS CLUB One of the oldest clubs in our school, the Home Economics Club, is still very popular with the girls. Its twenty-tive members are kept busy with a variety of projects. This Christmas. gifts were bought for the Old Ladies Home. and they sold leis at the Spring Dig. ln May they held their an- nual Mother-Daughter banquet. Seated: Kathleen McAdams, Retording Secretaryg Barbara Krueger, President Helen Morgan, Corresponding Secretary. Standing: Donald W'illiams, Vice Presidentg Mola, Treasurer. Cv Miss Miller, Adviserg jerry X tara-' 'F , .. MA. , -fs . N, . , r' wi 5 E-X44 'fi MECHANICS OF TRANSPORTATION CLUB Anybody want his engine over- hauled? If so, his best bet is the Mechanics of Transportation Club. The members of this club learn by examining and working on "real live" engines. it J Seated: Agatha Carollo, Setretaryg Joyce Cvarofalo, I rtsidtnt Mrs. Montgomery, Adviserg joan Onorato, Treasurer Ah sent: Phyllis Marzulli, Vice President. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB This club is a comparatively new one of three years. Among its many purposes is to stimulate interest in the world and its inhabitants. To promote brotherhood, to develop that high type of leadership so nec- essary to insure a better world, to aid in fostering an interest in his- tory, and to learn of those whose achievements in this held are truly noteworthy are many of the things that go together to make up this worthwhile club. Seated: John DeAnge1is, Secretary. Standing joe jannarone, Presidentg Roger Brandell, Vice Presidentg William Green, Treasurerg Mr. Ben son, Adviser. I

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C2 HX.. XX. X t Seated: George Keller, Vice Presidenrg Frank Wfisniewski, INIATH CLUB "Try and stump me," dares an enthusiastic Math Club member. Trick problems and brushing up on the history of algebra keep these mathematicians busy. A dehnite in- terest and understanding of mathematics is shown in the annual Math Quiz Program given for the student body. Each of the twenty-Eve agree that math can really be fun. President, Wiiltcrr Cireenxyootl, Secretary. Standing: james Walter Dafter, Vice President: Mrs. Gfalw. Adviserg Elsa Cflm Duncan, Treasurer, Miss Carb, Adviser. minger, President, Maritha Kilpatrick, Treasurerg Patty Werner BIOLOGY CLUB "Scalpel, please," quips a biology Clubber. These twenty-five mem- bers keep themselves busy dissect- ing and preserving specimens, mak- ing microscope surveys and projects, and going on held trips. All this was initiated by a group of stu- dents who in the fall of 1950 sug- gested the formation of the Biol- ogy Club. Now the biologists are really booming. Mrs. Becker, Adviserg Bob Barnhard, Presidentg Donald Fleischer, Vice President, Mary janet Procissi, Secretaryg joel Notkin, Treasurer. E' 4. 5. it t, Jem.. ne Aim. Grouped tl He CHEMISTRY CLUB The odors that come from the fourth floor during activity periods - can usually be attributed to the members of the Chemistry Club Though many meetings are held after school, a large percentage of the Chem students are in Mrs Becker's club, one of the largest i the school. During the year the programs included guest speakers. held trips and parties. The membership is limited to chemistry students. ,T -1 s.-.-n-ww

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