Fifth Avenue High School - Archer Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1953

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Mglmgx I ig- W Q ,L , ' Y! MR fx r?f,, 'f F mfyv Q fwfj ff ' 'LjL Q PJ Jj,!f.UV AA, 4 yi Q I ffjdiggl f N W Ng " ' l4l i.iwnq. f Q Q 7 W of gd? Qi! 5901 W Q ,,4 'ffl XNr 5i .W -if , ,I f C - X A K ,yflljvkliclzgctfyll H REB! b b' I 505 1 ,Q V'fXj,,10wMf fwocfdfffbff FIFTH AVENUE The LIFE I F T H AVENUE HIGH 1953 AVENUE HIGH SCHOOL PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA Th FACULTY . SENIORS . ACTIVITIES . ATHLETICS .. PATRONS AND ADVERTISERS CONTENTS . . PAGE 1 I . PAGE 1 4 . PAGE 45 . PAGE 60 . PAGE 68 Five ,-,'g1,gyw-tigvgawf: Foreword The graduation class of 1953 is proud to give to its class- mates, teachers, and friends the Yearbook for 1953. On the following pages we would like to show and to give our appreciations to those who have contributed much to our educations and to those who made it possible for this Year- book to be published. Had it not been for either of them, we would not be able to present this book to you. We would like to give our special thanks to Mr. Stanley Schaeffer for directing the printing of the Yearbook, to Miss Katherine R. Donaldson for directing the art work, to Mr. Iohn P. Kennedy for his sponsorship, and to Miss Muriel A. Hillard, Director of Activities, for her many and varied ac- tivities related to our graduation. The theme, Life at Fifth, concerns the pleasures and real enjoyments which we have had here at Fifth as well as the great goal of graduation which we have now achieved after many years of learning. Will you now turn through the following pages to see, in words and pictures, our Life at Fifth? W.-.twswfnf as-www , V cmlfp L V 1 DR. RALPH scow We, the class of 1953, dedicate this Yearbook to Dr. Ralph Scott, in sincere appreciation of a person who has increased our pride in our school and in ourselves by his faith in us, and in our ability to real- ize our dreams. With Dr. Scott as principal we have an increase of school spirit here at Fifth. He stands for fair play and sets an example We are proud to follow. He is always ready to defend and uphold the right, and we have confidence in his decisions. He is a busy man, but he is never too busy to help us solve our problems. We have the feeling that each of us, individually, is important in his estimation. Dr. Scott expects us to live up to the best of our capabilities and thus brings out the best in us. We thank him for the six pleasant years spent with an administrator who was our friend. DEDICATICDN Seven ADMINISTRATION DR. RALPH SCOTT Principal MURIEL A. I-IILLARD Activities Director Eight PAUL R. BOWER Vice Principal JAMES E. TOMB Counselor 4? CLASS SPONSORS H DOROTHY KING KATHERINE R DONALDSON RUTH E. NIRELLA fcjwd, 5 Ywwu.. GLADYS M. KRAUSE u Y . W JOHN B. Ferrslz 3 MA Do R , Wi? 5 ,WS WMM MAKING THE LIFE Ella Sapira-Editor in Chief Margaret Toliver-Art and Design Editor Yearbook Staff: Back Row: R. Reed, C, Brown, L. Spears, E. Moses, K, Williams, E. Bryant, M, Toliver, G. A. McCloud, D, Brentley, L. Garner, Mr. Kennedy. 3rd Row: L, Mclntosh, 1. johnson, D, Nickens, G, Wilmer, E. Sapira, S, Skinner P, Hopkins. 1, jefferson, D.Younger, R. Salik, 1, Stanford, E. Bonner. 2nd Row: O. Brown, Front Row: D. King, L-Q X ,V. Ten s Daryl Nickens-Business Mclleynolds, E, Papay, P, B0 . 1 K ,., Q Manager yd FACULTY n 4 1 I S 1 .g,5i,.531 Q QwWU,, ' K 'r ' .,,,.....,f ,, N -,A- -I w- A ,,2,Aff,-im,-1,,:.,g i , , .-,i5?Efh'MfVf2E 352 E if L.-, 11 24.1 'ff vwwq .,.W,, X f,--,. 1 -....- N-fw..,Q: . Q-sew wk 7 H., .7 .. I I fx,ffmzm:Q5f:5Qx54g5.1254.1g W '15 ,. s X Y - , ug: . " - .Q 'fv-veffr'1wm,hg,5: Q wg ,Gs A if rx H. ZS 2 , ?w5zE,'4wffT, l - .i..kffQii3f"IiP Q .iq .:h, Eleven S Top le ft TEACHERS Standing: Helen E. Smith, Qaalrae johnson, Lee A. Spencer. Seated: Margaretha W. Lang, Sllirley F. Moritt . Bottom left Standing: Mildred V. Hinderer, Milfred Smith, Agnes 1. McKain. Seated: Anne S, Leifer, Inez B, O'Donnell, Gladys Demmel. Twelve fx? at Top right Standing: Howard P, Nedetsky, Stanley L Schaeffer, joseph Skirtich. Seated: Juniata S. Alston, Nickolas Medick, Nannie M. Currington, john P, Kennedy. Bottom right Stella E, Espy, Margaret H. Borelli, Rachel M. Altman. H 11' TEACHERS Top left Standing: james H, Stark, Henry H. Hattman. Seated: john M, Dickson, Paul M. Dreibelbis, john B. Fetter. Bottom left Secretaries Margaret Stevenson, Ka Thrash, Betty E. Sigal. tharyn ,. ,,-:A M M 593 yl. Y Thirteen Top right Standing: Daniel Moore, William DeForest. Seated: Helen S, Frankenstein, William Kohler, S, Elizabeth Walker Bottom right Standing: H, Dorothy, King, Anthony j, Bellini, Ruth E. Nirella Seated: Gladys M. Krause, Vella M, Cochran, Alberta Gergins, Sarah E, Norton 3 3, WF fam fin. Ap I 4 , 3 , n 5 V 5 s z 5 f SENICDRS if V e ., SA ww, ,195 ff , Wd A 41, - ! ? x- 1 Fourteen . wg E SENIORS ENJOY THEIR CLASSES Fifteen Senior Sixteen 12 A OFFICERS Olivia Bailey .......................... President Robert Yee ..................... Vice President Georgia McReyno1ds ................ Secretary Maxine Walls ........................ Treasurer Ophelia Brown ............... Social Chairman Class 12 Anthony Lapia .. Edward Bryant . Wilkie Johnson.. Gilbert Solomon ..... .......... Daryl Nickens .. B OFFICERS ......................President .....Vice President ..........Secretary .Treasurer .. ...... Social Chairman QW. p ,pw Qegak - ,M FARRIS ABRAHAM IlAbelI Football JUANITA VIVIAN ANDERSON ll , ll Nita fr M Huey. Senior Girls Leaders L " - Y"777'V'f 7 FLORENCE ANDREWS IIFHPII Library Assistant Reporter OLIVIA BAILEY NUbbyu iq. ALFREDA BEECHAUM "Freda" Yearbook Staff Senior Choir HELEN BIHARY HKitty" Drama Club rj' Xffljj Captain of Cheerleaders V ff' 1 I 1 V-VL V! M Senior Choir ,XQUX if 'Leif du Ml, L Q W1 ,A V L rlw I , ' N :Alg jljex -Y 1 LV. Nz. Seventeen .,,m s gl. Nlyff vii' 9 Fit. L 'wwf AIDA BLAIR Senior Y-Tee ns Senior Orchestra ELEANOR BONNER Senior choir Yearbook Staff PEARLIE BOYD "Pearl" Senior Choir Red Cross Club DAVID JAMES BRENTLEY "Professor" Drama Club Yearbook Staff Senior Chior its iw- I 7 ,A I HELEN BROOKS Texas Red Cross Club Y - Teens Operators Club GY ,Ks V , CALVIN BROWN a f' H Yearbook Stal? iii Eighteen Q . N. vi -N :Lu LV ti A 5 I ' -L' 5' ' K o X. .' . . OPHELIA BROWN "Dimples" Red Cross Club Senior Y-Teens Polity Club EDWARD BRYANT "Eddie" Drama Club Football Polity club F., A . f l '- vw' O J AIVV, X 'i fix!" A 11 'X w"" .r ,M ef M li x ,-'M Ar A gh ! , , ev 1 'vu- Q M 1 'S RONALD BURLEIGH "Bing Bongn Foot Boll Track Operators Club DORIS BUSH "Doll Baby" BasketBall Red Cross Club Senior Y-Teens MAE FRANCES BUTT "CorkeyH Cheerleader SHIRLEY CAIIHOUN Senior Y Teens Red Cross Club Senior Choir Nineteen W SK' W Qu- , . MARCELLA CAVALIERE Marcy Operators Club Senior Choir STANLEY CHERKES Stan ' Q KL X JAMES W. CLAWSON "Claw" al Stage Crew SHIRLEY COPELAND IIN etll EE f ' 2 . mug, GEORGE JOHN kr-v-Iss A Ynxvl ' X rllsglll' A U' .il DARANSKY . J ' "Joker" Drama Club JIM Press Club ffl Q ' Q Stage Crew V , X T lf AX all ,fltl ' f' JAMES DAVIS 5 J ll ,- "Jim" fr J' l K 'Ll ' Football 3 as . ,, , . Q, ill' . , 5 l- Orchestra , ,l ,. xk 5 f, 1 fu -1 '- Brass Sextet A. U' NV' , . ' Twen t y t.k . . X. I J ,Wk J' J S l All iff pl. ' J! if rf ' H fl. lf l ,ff X MONICA DELANEY Sls Red Cross Senior .Y-Teens S.C.G FRED EDWARDS "Hungry" ., h R 6, V-1 ' XB. ,HQ rt .4-J! 5, D Band iz' -. fs '11 5 Q x Q, uf? 5 ' - A K .QS ,Sr 3 v 'E of 1 , . . MMQX fir ' X DOROTHY EPPS IlDotlI Y-Teens FRANK EVANOVICH Yank LV f or K A X SUZANNA FLANAGAN Doocllebug Senior Leaders Club STEWART W. FRAZIER Twen ty- one M X X . .K 1 . A FLORA FRULLANI Flo LOIS DIANE GARNER 'UB Senior Leaders Club Pollfy Club iffy N me I .I 2 JAMES GASIOR ujlmu A 4 v .Ns . ,L,Lk Q! l rf f R KV, lj BEATRICE GILBERT X : A "Bee Been lx Qi O V' - Q Qi e We e ly ., e e Q?" "1 l - ggf lla? ktk S Q HAROLD GORDON "Monk" Red Cross Club Operators Club JACQUELINE GREEN Il , 1 Jackie I Senior Choir Y Teens Twenty- two if , RICHARD GREEN "Dick" Operators Club WILSON GRIFFIN "Chico" HI-Y SYLVIA HAFFN ER IISYIII Junior Orchestra Senior Girls Leaders Office Assistant 1 vrwrny F Xu L , - s GERALDINE HAIRSTON "DeanieH Junior Red Cross Phu ALICE HALL Senior Choir GLADYS HAMILTON Twenty- three ffvg H' 1 FREDERICK C. HARRIS "Mouse" Semor Orchestra ERNESTINE HINTON llTecnYll Semor Y-Teens ibn 4' J' . dip! PATRICIA HOPKINS If "Pat" AJP, J Yearbook Staff """w.:':' BERNARD HOSTEIN Hodle Drama Club Operators Club L. f ,'5.,i IN I. .QI , . ,mx izigefziif ' i3iEgiz212g ggggsegq ygrdmf , ,,:,m .. wwf 'Saks 115 2 +' "AI of ' OTI S HUTSCN HOcIieH JUDITH JEFFERSON Bummu Senior Orchestra Senior Y-Teens Yearbook Staff ll Twenty-four iii TEQQ ,-1Q li 5,1 'IIB 5, I., . , ,,,,.,,,, , K 53' ' 1791 wi: l,'.?,-iiflifa., 122' ff-.ggrgw iii' 1' M' In fl JOYDELL JOHNSON Jay Jay Senior Y Teens Senior Orchestra Year book Staff WILKIE JOHNSON IIMGYII Cheerleaders President Senior Leaders Press Club ROBERT JONES "Valentino" Band Clarinet Trio Senior Orchestra WILLIE JONES uwillu DOLORES KING "Mickey" Senior Y-Teens Yearbook Staff GUSTAVA KING HGussie" Drama Club Twenty- five fg I M 'Vi J. I Q, I K Jw ANTHONY LA PIA lhronyll Football Operators Club MY JEWEL LEDBETTER Football Track Basketball ,w LEMBEROPOULOS 'L "Connie" ,nt- ri' Operators Club ,H Il' K it lied Cross Club - .IU if U ' if. ' L, .Pl . 5 .19 . fl.. 1fy'l A '1 , .flf FRANCES LOCANTEVN W .l-LI' HFTGHH J ks EUNICE LYNCH "Pickles" Red Cross Club Senior Choir Q MARYANN MATTHEWS Cheerleader Twenty-s1x I Cy 4 CONSTANCE LvL,l,'J 7 if ll AFV- J r I ,4 Jn 9,-A IZVJL. 'Q . ., ,yi S' 'MJ' if I A IWlIylI'llV5X LIU' W ALMA BETTY Mc CLOUD "Alma Mater" Polity Club Sec.-Treas. Press Club Yearbook Stall: f" WILLIAM EARL 5 Mc DONALD HBNIYH Football A . S. C. G. Pres. and Sec. Basketball Team LORETTA MCIINTOSH "Peggy" Yearbook Stall Senior Y-Teens Girls Intramurals RALPH LEROY MCNEAL Bunky Basketball Football V. Senator Press Club x ' I xii gk ,V .,lw Gnu vlk WHA? Ayggiewxbv OIL GEORGIA Mc REYNOLDS IIGRPII Senior Girls Leaders Yearbook Staff Mgr. Girls Intramurals RUTHIE MAE MILLS IIROOII Red Cross Club .lunior Achievement Twenty-seven Y .,,f jL?Xbb o Q fvy ' s T u in ulw vik JOHN MORROW "Johnny" Drama Club Sta ge Crew EVELYN LOUISE MOSES l I . ' Revenu Sqp I V. Pres. Semor Leaders ' Yearbook Stall: WAYMAN NELSON Waym Press Club Band MP L: ly 4 u Q 4, Y Je . lf HORACE NICHOLS K U x L HNick" i7 I5 ' Senior Choir 5 47 .3 ' Operators Club ' l J V. President Hi-Y D6 4 s si' wr- Q' 3 uf 1. XJ X, ,X DARYL NICKENS llDeell Treas. Senior Leaders Bus. Manager Yearbook Press Club ELEANOR PAPAY "Dime" Senior Choir Yearbook Staff , ,fi22f1Qlsf?7L,r l ' We Y. Twenty-eight E have ERNESTINE PARKER "Future" Senior Choir RHODA ESTH ER PARKS "Rotation" Y-Teens Yearbook Staff DOLORES PERRY 1 , u ' Tootsie Y-Teens Operators Club Yearbook Staff SUSAN PILLOWS llsuell Senior Choir Y-Teens WILLIAM POWELL II Pow Pow" Basketball BancI Yearbook Stat? ROSEMARY REED uoouyu Library Assistant Yearbook Staff Senior Y-Teens Twen ty-nine I mfg? ix: 1 5 ffm, :mah NORMA RICHARD 11DimpIes11 Drama Club Senior Choir , , Fkyefi an-1:3 FSQ ' f JOHN ROTELLO . X 'L "Roe" li A in ,l A X 'M Ml . Stage Crew 'R 1 4 HARRIETT RUDD 3 'C W 6 u Doveyu Senior Y-Teens Senior Choir RASHEEDA SALIK IlRaell Red Cross Club Yearbook Staff Operators Club ELLA SAPIRA In President Polity Club Press Club l , Editor'Yearbook l i , , - ' . SHIRLEY SKINNER .'-. x R S "Cookie" ! N Red Cross Club 1 I 2 , if Yearbook Staff ' fOperators Club 5.1 Thirty RX wx. if 'M 'Q 91151 ,i,,,' tj 1,. ga, L to 12 'El MARY SMITH llKidIl Operators Club Library Stall Senior Y-Teens RACHEL SMITH "Butch" g Red Cross Club I ,SST RIDGLEY SMITH "Butchie" Y-Teens PHILIP SOHNGEN llBudll Drama' Club Stage Crew CHARLOTTE SOLOMON 'ICI-'url' Press Club I E' GILBERT soLoMoN X Gul I ,T Senator Press Club elm 2 7 . . , , NY. Pres. Polity Club I 1' It I J A 1 , ., I f IL I ll , fy .'Thitty-one x ,y .- ,, LORRAINE SPEARS V4 MAA L "Raine" Senior Y-Teens Yearbook Stal? BERALEAN STAN BACK ucandyu Reb Cross Club Senior Y-Teens Junior Achievement hu. rig,-3, 9 Q' i, JEAN STANFORD "Cookie" Y-Teens Yearbook Staff Senior Choir JOHN STEVENS MARY ALICE SULLIVAN all H Drama Club Senior Girls Leaders wi' J RUBY. THOMAS rrQ,W,pJfp"RafIe" ' ibrary Assistant Y Teens x' s lg 'fx EJB Recl Cross Club Thirty-two 1 , 1' -1 X Q NJ "Chubby" RUTH THOMAS Red Cross Club Senior Y-Teens RAMON THOMPSON ff' Av'- OTIS THORPE "Butterball" Drama Club Football Brass Sextet ,Ax J. it Jn 4 JUNE TIMKO xltxf 1 X Yearbook Staff Q -1- A- K4 ip x L K' f oy' .f MARGARET M. TOLIVER llpennyu Senior Y-Teens Yearbook Staff Library Assistant CAROLE TOLOMEO Toots Drama Club ,ffl i m irrr mf, M5 of H VERNA MAE TRAVIS Vee May Red Cross Club PENELOPE TRUMBULL Penny Junior Achievement Safety Patrol X" 37 ' Senior Y-Teens m M W' 'N I h , , . Q31 tee f K. ANN MARIE TURNER Aggie Red Cross Club Red Cross Council I M4 ,. 49 kj ROSA WALKER Senior Girls Leaders .QP . nf" A , .L fm.. 'vi L ESTHER MAY WATKINS "Sweets" Senior Girls Leaders Cheerleaders Drama Club KAY FRANCES Wll-UAMS Yearbook Stall i , 1 1 Q5 ,Q Y E Y kyxetxt X lf X- illll l Thirty- four MARY WILLIAMS ,rsugeyu Red Cross Club Senior Y Teens Operators Club SEDRIC WILLIAMS llHankll Sensor Orchestra Saftey Patrol GWENDOLYN WILMER "Candy" Yearbook Stall Senior Y-Teens PATRICIA WOOD upanyu Red Cross Club JANET WUYCHECK an Red Cross Club fm . X .gnu-, ROBERT YEE llsolll Press Club Chess Club S.C.G. President Thi r ty- fi ve fat- 'uv' DAISY YOUNGER uKiHyu Operators Club Red Cross Club Yearbook Staff QAARY ELLEN HERNDON Ellen" , V lil' Tri, ,,': ,aff CHARLES HENDERSON "Chuck" Senlor Cl1our Operators Club HI Y MAXINE CELESTE WALLS "Mackie" Life Saving Club MAMIE ANDERSON Senior Y-Teens Th i t ty - s i x f OTTO OWENS SENIORS ENJOY THEIR CLASSES f L Thirty-seven WE GIVE YOU FARRIS ABRAHAM -- my football jersey, number 33. JUANITA ANDERSON -- a new set of school rules with five study periods. FLORENCE ANDREWS -- the Alma Mater. HELEN BIHARY -- my cheerleading outfit to some lucky girl. AIDA BLAIR -- all the girls in 112. ELEANOR BONNER -- my senior choir robe to the next person. PEARLIE BOYD -- the auditorium where our programs were held. OPHELIA BROWN -- my favorite seat in 310, with no marks on the desk. EDWARD BRYANT -- football jersey, num- ber 39. RONALD BURLEIGH -- football jersey, number 55. DORIS BUSH -- my good behavior in class. MAE BUTT -- the short liuich period. MARCELLA CAVALIERE -- my gym class. STANLEY CHERKES -- marked walls and worn books. JAMES CLAWSON -- the stage crew. SHIRLEY COPELAND -- English and his- tory textbooks. GEORGE DARANSKY -- my homework papers and my friendships. JAMES DAVIS -- my first trombone music to the newcomer. These anxious students who left their books were: Mamie Anderson, James Gasior, Harold Gordon, Mary Ellen Herndon, Judith Jefferson, Eunice Lynch, Horace Nichols, and Lorraine Spears. Senior DOROTHY EPPS -- my old "Silas Marner" book 637. FRANK EVANOVICH -- my English classes. SUZANNA FLANAGAN -- Math Review. FLORA FRULLANI -- a set of Shakespear- ean books for English classes. LOIS GARNER -- my Latin book and my algebra grades. JACQUELINE GREEN -- my shorthand book and typewriter. RIC HARD GREEN -- a sweet, pleasant smile. WILSON GRIFFIN -- another handsome boy. SYLVIA HAFFNER -- my grammar book number 1094. ALICE HALL -- the lunch rush. GLADYS HAMILTON -- my music to the choir. FREDERICK HARRIS -- a six year head- ache. CHARLES HENDERSON -- the joy and fun I had in school. PATRICIA HOPKINS -- all my failing grades. BERNARD HOSTEIN --.the food in the cafe- teria. OTIS HUTSON -- the cafeteria. JUDITH JEFFERSON -- my best teachers. JOYDELL JOHNSON -- my name, for the hall of fame. WILKIE JOHNSON -- the cheering fans at the South Stadium. ROBERT JONES -- all my "A" papers. WILLIE JONES -- locker permits. DOLORES KING -- my sloppy sewing box. GUSTAVA KING -- a full fifth period in the library. ANTHONY LAPIA -- my football jersey, number 43 . CONSTANCE LEMBEROPOULOS -- my old Underwood typewriter. FRANCES LOCANTE -- my homeroom chair in room 112. ALMA BETTY McC LOUD -- my good times in senior choir. WILLIAM McDONALD -- my algebra text- book, number 74. LORETTA MCINTOSH -- the fourth floor and all the steps it takes to get there. Thiffyw-ight Will 0 L -- my old "MacBeth', ,ootball jersey 47. SYNOLDS -- my interest in ewing. -- hot water and soap. OSES -- my season football . all the wonderful games. NELSON -- all the books which .ors are supposed to have lost. .IL NICKENS -- my seat in shorthand and my shorthand book. ELEANOR PAPAY -- my senior choir robe. ERNESTINE PARKER -- my schedule. RHODA ESTHER PARKS -- the headaches I've had studying for tests. DOLORES PE RRY -- the hard homework given by my best teachers. SUSAN PILLOWS -- Appreciation for the learning at Fifth. WILLIAM POWELL-- my ability to get along with teachers. ROSEMARY REED -- smiling "E's" in al- gebra. NORMA RICHARD -- homework. IOHN ROTELLO -- the typewriters I have slaved over in 209. HARRIETT RUDD -- my senior choir robe. RASHEEDA SALIK -- a quiet and peaceful Fifth Avenue High. ELLA SAPIRA -- my senior schedule to lazy juniors, 3 classes in a row on the 3rd floor. SHIRLEY SKINNER -- the stampede. MARY SMITH -- my library fines. RACHEL SMITH -- everything that I didn't bring with me. RIDGLEY SMITH -- gym suits. PHILIP SOHNGEN -- my first homework paper. CHARLOTTE SOLOMON -- the fun at lunch in Ioe Pete's. GILBERT SOLOMON -- my old chemistry, notebook with all the wrong answers. BERALEAN STANBACK -- the custard in the cafeteria. JEAN STANFORD -- my gym basket. RUTH THOMAS -- all the fun in gym. OTIS THORPE -- my football position. IUNE TIMKO -- my lowest grades. MARGARET TOLIVER -- my place at the mirror. CAROLE TOLOMEO -- my purse and all its contents. VERNA TRAVIS -- my old gym suit and shoes. PENELOPE TRUMBULL -- a glittering smile to be worn with pride. ANN TURNER -- all my English vocabulary lists. ROSA WALKER -- my seat in 408. MAXINE WALIS -- my well-worn and never to be forgotten "lit" book. ESTHER WATKINS -- my schedule. KAY WILLIAMS -- the cafeteria salt shakers. MARY WILLIAMS -- the privilege of using the hall pass. SEDRIC WILLIAMS -- my string bass and all my music. GWENDOLYN WILMER -- a joke and a hearty laugh. PATRICIA WOOD -- my old ragged gym shoes with no strings. . JANET WUYCHECK -- my drawing board and my pencil. ROBERT YEE -- all the lumber I used in the woodshop. DAISY YOUNGER -- all the fine boys to all the girls of the school. The students equally anxious to get rid of their lockers included: David Brentley, Helen Brooks, Monica Delaney, Maryann Matthews, Iohn Morrow, Mary Alice Sul- livan, and Ruby Thomas. p Thirty-nine National Honor Soci . :iff Qi. National Honor Society: Standing: juniata Anderson, Gilbert Solomon, Sylvia I-laffner. Seated: Ella Sapira, Alma McCloud, Wilkie johnson. The above students of Fifth Avenue High School were initiated into the National Honor Society and were installed as members of the Alpha Chapter. Only students who are superior in leadership, scholarship, char- acter, and in unselfish service are selected for this honor. In this year of 1953, the above students have accepted the torch as their symbol of truth and beauty. They have chosen to be guided by its inspiring flame which is to light their way into the future. Each of them have accepted the following as "My Creed": 'I believe in the joy of study, the delight of acquaintance with books, the discipline of diligent learning and the re-discovery of the world of nature and of men through an open mind. "I believe in character as essential to the highest type of scholarship. I hold that Forty no intellectual achievement, however keen or clever, is worthy of deep respect unless it goes hand in hand with accuracy, relia- bility, honor, humility, tolerance, and truth. "I believe in service, that it is the privi- lege and responsibility of the enlightened member of any society to minister with kindness and understanding to the needs of the less fortunate in talent and opportunity. "I rejoice in the burden of leadership which scholarship, character, and service lay upon me, for I believe that my torch should light others to lives of greater beauty, richer joy, and fuller service." "My Creed"is reprinted from the first program of the Alpha Chapter of the National Honor Society held at Fifth Avenue High School, june 15, 1922. Room 110 - 10B Miss Lang Top Row: I. Holden, C. Bundridge, L. Dunson, V.Sewell, M. Fowlkes, O. Hartsfield, L. Tolbert, L. Black- shear, B. TaVoularis. Second Row: A.Robinson, G.Stevens, O. Lunsford, L. Pearson, R. Solo- mon, M. Crosby, S. Smith, M. Brid- gett, R. Stubbs, B. Beechaum. Front Row: N. Damiano, I. Strain, V.Whitt, A. Fultz, C. Randolph, H. Baker, M. Walker, L. Travis, G. Arnold, M. Edwards. Room 112 - 12B Miss King Top Row: M. Herndon, Ridgley Smith, L. Garner, M. Matthews, E. Lynch, M. Williams, S. Copeland, 1. Iohn- son, Ruth Thomas, S. Calhoun, E. Moses, P. Wood. Second Row: E. Parker, E. Bonner, S. Skinner, I. Wuycheck, A. Turner, I. Stanford, Ruby Thomas, F. Lo- cante, A. Hall, R. Mills. Front Row: D. Younger, H. Brooks, B. Standback, R.Salik, I. jefferson, Rachel Smith, V.Travis, A. Blair, M. Cavaliere, D. Bush. Room 215 - 10B Mr. Dreibelbis Top Row: I.Wilson, E. Marshall,W. Foreman, L.Iones, Mr . Dreibelbis. Second Row: L Ledbetter E Tol- berr, M. Beatty, M. Eaglin, E. Amos, D. Casey, G. Tilley. Front Row: I. House, D. Christmas, R. Platt, D . Burleigh, I. Devereaux, S. Mason, W. Tate, I. Peays, M. Berger. HOME ROOMS Room 203 - 12A and 12B Miss Donaldson Top Row: W. Powell, G. McReynolds, W. McDonald. Second Row: P. Boyd, L. Spears, A. Beechaum, R. Reed, O. Brown, O. Bailey, M. Smith, M..Walls. Front Row: R. Walker, G. Hairston, F. Andrews, S. Pillows, R. Parks, W. Griffin, M. Anderson, S. Haff- ner, I. Anderson, K. Williams. Room 208 - 11A Miss Unikel Top Row: I. Rotello, O. Hutson, M. Delaney, M. Holt, I. Richardson, S.Wilson, B. Grant, S. Smith, D. Peays, M. Moore, D. Gloster, G. Brown. Second Row: K. Dickerson, S. Car- rington, C. Beechaum, R. Mitchell H.Robertson, S. Grier, R. Clayton, I. Clawson, C. Taylor, O. Peays, C. Miller, G. Daransky. Front Row: L. Armstead,W. Lewis, H.Ziegler,D. Plair, S. Murphy, S. Flanagan A. Gilmore, B. Hill, 1. Arnold, B. Glenn. 7 Room 209 - 11B Miss Iohnson Top Row: I. Potaczek, F. Salik, N. Jamison, M. McCullough, L. Bar- ren, N. Brown,W. Mays, S. Thomp- son, K. White, I. Crawley, I. Tur- ner. M. Edwards. Second Row: R. Thomas, C. Dixon, R. Gloster, A. Nesbit, A. Stucky, F. Millines, K. Miller, M. Lett, H. Ienkins, N. Iackson, I. Wernecke. Front Row: D.McKoy,C. Dumas, O. Chinka, R. Glassman, 1. Morris, R. Schipani, V. Givan, P. Werner, L. Averytt, F. Shackelford. Room 210 - 10B Miss Espy Top Row: E. Rivers, I. Wilson, V. Johnson, T. Dolby, R. Sanders, P. Dolby, A. Briggs, C. Houser, C. Bouldin, D. Blair, H. Barovsky. Second Row: B.Boyd, I. Hayward, K. Gaul, G. Bryant, L. Gardner, B. Horovitz, E.Taylor, N. Martin,W. Boyd, C. Sturdivant. Front Row: C .DeVil1ing, S. Schmidt, E. Rouse, C. Freeman, L. Ander- son, G. Iefferson,H. Bobst, B. Gif- fen, M. Bryant, G. Blackmon. Room 303 - 10A Miss Hinderer Top Row: C . johnson, I. Burton, R . Smith, L. Norman, W. Muse, E. Henderson,D. Smith, F. Staton, E. Foley, T. Morton. Second Row: M. Hill, A. Gresham, M. Wilson, A. Hodge, A. Thompson, R. Lucas, E. Simmons, R. Davis, R. Cherkes, C . Brown, R. Saunders, H. Simpson. Front Row: B. Bryant, R. Khoury, S. Stair, M. Miceli, L. Sturdivant, P. Smith, R. Holiday, D. Fincher, J. Long, L. Hall. Room 306 - 12B Miss Krause Top Row: H. Gordon, I. Ledbetter, C . Henderson, R. Burleigh, F. Har- ris, F.Abraham, 1. Davis, W.Iones Second Row: Miss Krause L. McIn- tosh, M.To1iver, H'. Rudd, D. Epps, R. Green, S.'Wi1liams, I. Stevens, S. Frazier, C. Brown. Front Row: F. Frullani, D. King, P. Hopkins, C. Lemberopoulos, G.Wi1- mer, H . Nichols, M. Butt, E . Papay, R. Iones, D. Perry. 'Y' HOME RGOMS . .1 , I xl. A " ' - i 45. . 6 Q... fl, 4 if A 'ff is HOME RGOMS Room 313 - 11B Mr. Dickson Top Row: H.Campbe1l, I. Freeze,H. Hawkins, M. Brown, M. David, 1. Washington, I. Bundridge, I, Stotts, W. Patterson, G. Hinton. Second Row: S.Kearney, C.Hubbard, I. jones, E. Williams, D. jones, S. Davison, B. Harper, T. Grate, G. Morgan, W. Harris, I. Cabbage- stalk. Front Row: M. Shelleby, B. Morgan, G. Brice, L.Allie, G. Smith, B. Hill G. McCoy, I. Lewis, R. Buchanan, B. Harper. J Room 315 - 10B Miss Walker Top Row: S. Kinsey, W. Warren, D. Lester, T . Kane, G . Jones, I. Dingle, D. Reed, E. Schutzman Second Row: E. Manghan, I. Slezak, T. Thomas, M. Beatty, H. Hill, H. jenkins, M. Hood, Z. Standback. Front Row: Y. Pinkney, I. Murray, A.Bens, F. Watters,A. Boxter, P. Sisco, I. Parris, C. Calcutta, W. Menosky, B. Cherry. Room 408 - Mrs. Demmel Top Row: H.Hart,A.Platt, I. Brooks, V.Dobson, L. Cunningham, R. Mil- ler, W. Jameson. EI!-Qllt Row: A. Moon, S. Griffen, E. Darby, D. Middleton, M. Murphy, D. Maugham. f Uv xs x Nw ACTI ITIES 5 , 'hx S '-W-on Forty-five If JJ Music X Music f uslc , . .slmslii ' XUAOS Senior Choir Top Row: J, Stanford, H. Rudd, E, Lynch, D. Brentley, K, Miller, L, Webb, H. Nichols, 1, Dingle, H, Campbell. 3rd Row: H, Robertson, B. Pannell, G, Hinton, R, Iones,R. McNeal, C, Henderson, M, Cavaliere, S, Pillows, 1, Green, D, Flair, M, Reed. 2nd Row: A, Beechaum, A, Moon, S. Grier, P. Boyd, I. Satterwhite, A. McCloud, 1, Ledbetter, R, Plowden, E. Parker, E, Papay, j, Wuycheck. Front Row: N, Richard, O. Chinka, 1, Brooks, W. Lewis, D. Gloster, E, Hinton, W, johnson, H, Bihary, E, Bonner, R. Rucker. iw MX, 1 Q - Girls' Chorus M0 90 Top Row: H, Robinson B Pannell, R Rucker, D Flair, I Brooks. 00 ,J 3rd Row: s Grier, L Barren, M Reed, c Blackman, A. Moon. al M 2nd Row: L, Ledbetter, B Hill, S Carrington, A. Stuckey,R Thomas I : ' , . . O W' ' MV W' 0 Q. mv, Forty-six f ,I O, , , , , . . . . 0 Front Row. O Peays j Arnoldnh Morton S Kearney D lviiddleton A . , . , , . , . I 0 ff! 1 W MUSIC f MUSIC MUSIC L fb l Upper left-Senior Band Second Row: j, Davis, B, Crumpton, C, Lett, P, Wemer, 1. Zanotelli, R, Heywood, F, Edwards, R, Ross. X Front Row: j. Burton, I, Brlmdage, 1, Charles, R. jones, W. Mays, D, Davis. Upper right-Mr. Edward D. Kuhns and Mrs. Virginia C. Lowe. Y Bottom-Senior Ckchestra R. Thompson, N. Martin, M. Beatty, B. Boyd, M. Lett, M. Bryant, 1, jefferson, R. Sanders, M, Beatty, I. Wilson, B, Beechaum, C. Lett, O, Thorpe, L, Sokolsky, P, Werner, F. Harris, R, Ross, 1. Davis, W, Muse, S, Williams, T. Gloster, L, Altavilla, R, jones. Not pictured: B. TaVou1aris and 1, johnson. P X Jfs ' si X r Forty-seven it MAKING THE NEWS ,M STAFF OFFICERS OF THE NEWS N-J Editor .................................. Doris Lee ,Qs Boys Sports Editor ........ Theodore Gloster Girls Sports Editor ........... Alma McCloud ROOM 310 - PRESS CLUB MR. FETTER Top Row: Mr. Fetter, I. Majoras, D. Ulrich, R. McClain, R. Primus, W. Nelson. Second Row: E. Sapira, M. Mosley, D. Nickens, I. Battle, A. McCloud, R. Yee, G. Solo- mon, R. McNea1, T. Gloster. Front Row: D. Lee, M. Reed, C. So1omon,W. johnson, R. Dickson, H. Yee, C. Cawley, M Krawetz, I. Yee, A. Lee. ill! A . 1 an , f' DRAMA CLUB ,ggi . .f f . ' . n - i at P ROOM 312 - DRAMA CLUB MlSS NIRELLA Top Row: W. Ecker, O. Thorpe, W. Reddick, N. Skarvelis, I. Morrow, B. Hostein, P. Sohngen, G. Freeman, G. King, Y. Holt, E. Bryant, D. Brentley, N. Leventis. Second Row: L. Altavilla, H.Ca11ier, 1. Fischer, C. Lett, C. Tolomeo, M. Sullivan, M. Reed, A. Goldberg, M. Klacik, I. Brown, H. Bihary. Front Row: I. Satterwhite, E. Watkins, B. Neuman, R. Rucker, T. Satterwhite, G.Vaughn, D. Armstead, B. Young, N. Richard, A. Mitchell. This year the Drama Club departed from the one-act farce of the past and presented a three-act dramatic comedy entitled alune Mad," a very successful play concerning a teen-ager infatuated with a sophisticated college man. The new scenery, a group of beautiful "flats," set the background for a play well-received by an enthusiastic audience. Forty-nine This year also introduces the new di- rector, Miss Ruth Nirella, who plans to raise the sights of the Drama Club to pure drama in the near future. In keeping with this ambitious program, the club, in col- laboration with the Senior Choir, presented a colorful Christmas pageant entitled, "Why the Chimes Rang." Additional plays are planned for this year. SENIOR S.C.G. COUNCIL JUNIOR S.C.G. COUNCIL f I 'I T I- QXlT'::IIgiII 5 LIFE AT FIFTH SENIOR S. C. 6. SENATE JUNIOR S. C.C-5 SENATE POLITY CLUB 6IRL'S ADVISER LIBRARY STAFF INFORMATION STAFF LIFE AT FIFTH SENIOR LEADERS RED CROSS CLUB LIFE AT FIFTH - GUIDANCE COUNSELOR OPERATORS' CLUB CHESS CLUB I LIFE AT FIFTH SGI-IO ALUMNI GF I948 ' 951 ' I ,ll . 1 If- I k 2 lm, . - I ' x LIFE AT FIFTH I SENIOR Y-TEENS JUNIOR Y-TEENS STAGE CREW Fftyf MAINTENANCE STAFF LIFE AT FIFTH MEDICAL STAFF CAF ETE RIA RED CROSS COUNCIL I2 A CLASS LIFE AT FIFTH CLARINETS SENIORS ENJOY THEIR CLASSES 3 Yfif' Fifty-eight r W f. 6 5 V ' 5' SENIORS ENJOY THEIR CLASSES 11 m-wwmw-asm, SfmMrmyvwEmxw iwnwwawnfww ,:,,,L I ,,,,. I--if. ' 'S z - J, s Q f xf 'r 'wfvvwwavvrr-f,-,w,,.v,...-T.,-1,1-N-,1,,,fww, fm ,-,.W. W5-5.1 7111 -1' F---V - f ,AW ' 1 'HT wfwbw ,..... ng' ':Q+'5,u'g:., ' ' ff , ' A f V .WW-f M -5.51 T - Q T f ,fin T Wrffii- 'i ii. il 1 , ' 'I -ww Q .fum William McDonald 4.1- iih.. .. mwwwwkf izln- T, T, V - f-2 wx T T, , , - f wmv .w QQHkqTfWw, f'1 ' wwa Kb ,aw f joe Bundridge Ma-gon Dgvid Lawrence Webb 1, Ledbetter, J. Bundridge jewel Ledbetter ,ggggurz :QFJ3 X. i-"fx ', I yy, , 'iff-mm N1-M 11- Sgqk A Q TTQN' " T 7.1 , ' " ' ' Ronald Burleigh V Ls .. 4952? QE if " ev 10- - W L an up 1 , 4 , 2 M . ,... 2 ., fwfllfi 251. , K I i ' S'LRs?5S.3g?a:1fgiQi'f,'szr5i2,'N1-Q1-A ' . -, 5:5T1'fWws,usfs' - . ,c-,:-Y 4' wg wg 41 3 ,Z mv iiiiQS33935,g,i,?E?fiiii3iQQHi121QM in ggggwi ,lflfgiiiliifiggg mwwwmwqmw " 'nymyvwm - 5552 - f5.ggQg,,,g3,wj'M:'-151 . yu- g-:fgj.l1g3ggia:f . , f - .4 , pslgi.vfs2i1i252AZ5'f ' fj f M M ' i wawmn. Mil nl, ' ig, sic., , ,' ' . Wm VV N. w,3jKw O. Thorpe, R. McNeal, Joe Bundridge Sidney Wilson and Anthony Lapia A, Lapia, and M. Holt ATHLETIC STARS Sixty-one Coach Georrne K. Cup C a h E e S1 Football EXHIBITION GAMES CITY LEAGUE GAMES Fifth .......... 1 9 Perry ........... Fifth .......... 1 9 Oliver ....... . " Fifth .......... 21 Langley ........ Carrick ........ Allegheny ...... Flfth .......... 0 'K Fifth .......... 7 'Home Games Won 3 - Lost 2 e, P1e5 o c a.rn st F. essinger, h ' d and Harvey D. Lecollier C Cheerleaders Helen Bihary, Wilkie johnson, Maryann Matthews, Norma Jamison, Mae Butt, Esther Watkins. S i x t y - t wo Fifth .......... 0 Johnstown ....... Fifth .......... 12 McKees Rocks Fifth .......... 0 Turtle Creek .. FOOTBALL SQUAD TOP ROW! Coach Cupples, Otis Thorpe, Jolm Washington, William McDonald, Maroon David, David Peays, Jewel Ledbetter, Joseph Bundridge, Anthony Lapia, Ronald Bur- leigh, Farris Abraham, Ralph McNeal, Lawrence Webb, Milton Holt, Coach Slessinger. Second Row: Darrell Davis, Robert Ho1iday,Wi11iam Mack, James Burton, Hubert Tyson, Raymond McClain, Odell People, James Smith, William Moose, George Jones, Ramon Thompson,David Reed,Clifford Taylor, Ralph Gloster, Norman Jamison,James Daniels. Front Row: Julius Freeze,James Cabbagestalk, Edward Bryant, Ronald Lucas, John Ste- vens, Don Gloster, Jack Younger, Charles Miller, George Morgan,Walter Harris, Ken- neth Miller . VARSITY FOOT BALL SQUAD Training season began on August 22nd under the very capable direction of Head Coach Earnest F. Slessinger and the equally capable Asst. Coach George Cupples. The first three games of the season were exhibition games with Johnstown, Mc- Kees Rocks, and Turtle Creek, played on September 13th, 22nd, and October 3rd. Even though the Archers were defeated by these heavier teams, they gained a real team spirit as was shown in the scores of the following city league games. At Perry High School, on October 9th, the city league games opened with Fifth the victor as our students cheered Tony Lapia's stealing of the ball and running 65 yards for the winning touchdown. At the field of the Oliver Bears, Fifth again won by the touch- downs of Jewel Ledbetter and Bill McDonald. On our home field at South, Fifth decisively defeated Langley with the touchdowns of Ralph McNeal, Joe Bundridge, and John Washington. The lasttwo league games, one with Carrick and the other with Alle- gheny, were the only two defeats in the league games sustained by the Fifth Avenue Archers. Scores, however, do not tell the whole story of the team. They had to practice until 5 or 6 o'clock each night. They had to learn signals, plays, keep in training, develop a sense of team spirit and sports- manship, to take their defeats without sulk- ing as well as their wins without boasting. All of which went into making this a fine team of good sportsmen, a team backed by the student body because they played good clean football, regardless of the score. Sixty- three SENIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SBSH OR BASKETBALL TEAM Top Row: Coach Cupples, Ronald Lucas, joseph Stotts, john Washington, Ralph McNeal, jewel Ledbetter, Donald Feabry, Melvin Beown, George Brown, Robert Holiday, Front Row: Lawrence Webb, josepl. Bundridse Willie Reeves, Julius Burton, George Hinton, Raymond McClain, Georbe jones, Robert Lamar, William Muse, Rouert Primus, john Stevens, Herman Freeze, William McDonald, Charles Miller - l msn - u1 3 M 1 2 I 131- f lgr. ...Q "'F""'L x il N-' A flfvntrl-Ric., vucovn lx vmrons gn, .L.,..,.. wg 3 , A 1 yuan un ,lV 4,,:fifg':kL 'L :sf TM N, V H A,,. V, .he , F 3- . 'A ,, 5. S, V V, X . ER X Eff W ' T ' g? Q f Q :Ulf 5' ry- is . ' xv ' 51? -A ,. 2. , gi ' . ' I f ig " ' Y' , .pf 4 Xi' iff' me 1 - -f 5.105.314 1 WIHAVE Hum, 1 5 Wllfflffi VISITORS 0 8 . Q if? ... "i U A M an f 1 'vi 3 1 A ff .J , WH s nfs ORS M il 6 191 3. i gk v,L. :U W 1 5 ,M mmm, I 'F 4 - V 14,29 " GIRLS' INTRAMURAL SPORTS Winning, Intramural Dodge Batoall Team Top Row: P, Sisco, W, Tate, M. Berger, V, johnson, Captain Saunders, I, Wilson, B. Beecham. Mi,-iam Beckeman, Ruth A. Wenger Marci aret Cummings Front Row: V, Whitt, L, Anderson, G, jefferson M, Bryant, D, Burleigh, Ass't Captain Satterwnite .nw ia.. Y J. M A-Ljrgfui in 1 Lxlw Sixty-six PRACTICE TEACHERS Home Makers ---n-ng...,, 5 Sixty-seven PATRONS AND ADVERTISERS xl Y WK fl XX NN A. B. C . Toy Company A. B. C. Toy Company Mr. and Mrs. William Adams Mrs. Liola Alexander Mr. Stanley Allen Mr. Stanley Allen Mrs. William Allshouse A1pern's Mens-Store Leonard Altavilla Mr. Richard Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Anderson Mr. Ulysses Anderson, Jr. Stone Restaurant B611 Diamond John R. Andress Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Baltrenas Charles Bardin Harry and Lee Barovsky Miss Ruth Barren George Barron, Jr. Lee Bates Miriam Beckeman Miss Stella Becz Julius Bernstein Betty and Marie Mr. Mike Bihary Mrs Mike Bihary Mrs Iola Birch Mrs Mary Black Mrs. Charles W. Blair Blue- Mary Bortolaz Billie Bouldin Rev. and Mrs. Roy Brentley H. Bridges, Drugs Daniel S. Brooks Ada Brown Mrs. Callie Brown Ida Brown Miss Irene Brown Mrs. Walter Brown Richard Lee Bryant Mrs. Julia Burley Mr. and Mrs. E. Burnstein PATRONS Campbell, Shoemaker Hurkie Carson Jack Carson Arnet Carter Mrs. Carter Charlotte E. Catlin Centre Studio Charles' Fruit Store Mrs. M. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Peter I. Charles Stephen A. Cherwinko Hymie Chesterpal Phil Chgoa Mr. and Mrs. J. Citron Anna Clark Glen Claughton Martin Conroy Mrs. Margaret Cotton Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford George Cummings John A. Cundieff Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Cyphers Mrs. Cleo Daniels Mrs. Anna Daransky Mr. John Daransky Mr. and Mrs. Edward Darling Bernice Davenport Mr. Lu Davenport Mrs. Caroline Davis Mr. Clyde Davis Debbie's Fresh Cut-up Poultry James Dismuke Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Diulus Mrs. Mattie Dodge Don and Ro Jack Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dowling Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drain Mrs. Mattie Ellis Mrs. Mattie Ellis Sixty-nine Farmers Pride Market Fifth Avenue High School Cafeteria Mr. and Mrs. William Finch Anna Mae Finick Pronty L. Ford Ocey Formley Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederick Friend Friend Liana Frullani Mrs. Olfio Frullani Mr. and Mrs. Ulisse Frullani Ella Lee Gaines Theresa Gaita Store Eddy Gannis Angelina Gargani Stanley Gasior Stanley Gasior Mr. Stanley Gasior Mrs. Stanley Gasior Mrs. Stanley Gasior Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gaters Gay's 3-Hour Cleaners Angeline Gelsi John Gergely Mr. Joseph Gibson Marvin Goldberg Gordon's Shoe Store Betty Grant Harold Grazier Mr. Clarence Green Richard Green Miss Joyce Griffin Mr. and Mrs. James Griggs S. Haffner, Roofing Mrs. Evelyn Hairston Mr. and Mrs. James Hairston Mr. and Mrs. Hall Harris, Drugs Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris Frederick C . Harris, Sr. Harry's Cleaning Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Hart Mrs. Ralph Hawthorne Mrs. M. Herbinks Mrs. James Hill Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hill Mrs. Georgia Hodges Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hopkins Gertrude Hostein Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hredzak Rev. Benjamin Jefferson Mrs. Olive Mav Jefferson Miss Sadie Jefferson Mrs. Loretta Jennings Mr. William Jennings Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Jerry Mr. and Mrs. John Jeunerette Mrs. Edna Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson Mr. Gress Jones John Jones Mrs. Sarah L. Jones Doris Jean Kelley Jack Kelley Sarah Kelner Steven Kelner Mrs. Irene Kilgo George Klekner Frank Kosky Mary Ann Krawetz Eddie Lane Harvey D. Lecollier Clara Lee Miss Doris Lee Edwin Lee Miss Lelia Lee Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lee PATRONS Lefkovitz Cleaning and Pressing Co. Jr2on's Market, 1936 Bedford Ave. Quong Yee Leung Angie Locante Sarah Locante Lois and Nancy Mrs. Zodie Mackey Bishop R. C. Major Mary M. Malone Sam Mancini Mandel Bros. Marbel Photos Mr. and Mrs. Percy Martin Mrs. Leroy A. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Matthews Joseph Matthews, Jr. Mazie's Beauty Salon Miss Ioan Mazzei Sarah McCaskill Mr. Olis M. McDonald Lee McGifford Mr. N. Medick LaVerne Merkle John Micklo Julia Micklo Miele's Grocery Store Mrs. Pearl Miller Mrs. Dorothy Mills Mr. Oliver Mills Annette Mitchell Albert Mizer Modern Home Supply Co. Mack Montgomery George Moorman Mr. and Mrs. Moran Robert Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Mosely Lewis Mosley Marilyn Yvonne Murphy Mrs. Mary M. Murrell Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Nocine Nocine Family Seven ty Mr. James Nellon Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson Mr. Herbert, T. Nickens Mrs. Rose M. Nickens Julia Papay Patrizi's Art Mosaic Co. Patron Patron Patron Patron Mr. and Mrs. Gasper Perch Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pesensky Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peterson Vasco Petroni Sam Podolsky Mrs. Porter Mr. Franklin H. Powell James Henry Price Mrs. Luvenia Price Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Prosperi Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Prosperi Pugh's Inc. Mrs. J. Ragano Edna Ragland Mrs. B. K. Ramadan Richard Redman Carl E. Redwood Miss Jean Redwood Julia Renac Mr. Robert Robinson Albert S. Rose Rosen's Economy Market Mr. and Mrs. Goodman ' Rosenshine Frank Rotello Mary Rotello S. and S. Food Market Fatima Salik Mr. and Mrs. S. Sapira Stanley L. Schaeffer Percy C. Sewell Betty Shelton Mrs. Leslie V. Shelton Mr. Sylvester Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shields Mr. and Mrs. William Simmens Simpson,s Food Market Elsie Singleton Mrs. Leila Skinner Mrs. Annie Smith Gertrude Smith Mr. and Mrs. james Smith Shirley Smith Harry Sokoll Cpl. David C. Solomon Mr. and Mrs. M. Solomon J. Soltz Mr. and Mrs. Loice Spells Mr. and Mrs. I. Stark Dr. Albert Statts Clyde Stephens Mr. and Mrs. john R. Strobel Bill Stroman Mr. and Mrs. I. Sullivan John Suopshire 5 . PATRONS Stanford Taylor Mr. George Thomas Mrs. Gladys Thomas Mrs. Lulu Mae Thomas Mrs. Mabel Thornton Mrs. Rose Timko John Tolomeo Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tolomeo Miss Traub and Mrs. Rodgers Penelope Trumbull Mr. and Mrs. Neal D. Van Marter Mittie B. Vaughn Isaac Wade Maxine Walls Mrs. Mary Washington and Family Clara Weinberg David Weitz Kosher Meat Market Wells Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. jesse Weston Dorothy Williams Emanuel Williams Harriet Williams Marlow Williams Miss Emma Wilson Mrs. W. L. Wilson Mrs. Rosa Wingater, Laundress Mr. and Mrs. Forest Wright Naomi Wright G. Jeannette Wuycheck XYZ Mrs. Cora Younger Yung Toy Restaurant Mr. Albert Zigler giKxggM?,?,4 K Seventy-one FOOTBALL Seventy- two F O O X 6' PS 1 X' N F E 5 E Seventy- three ,M X I A-991 W a ,rw 'F' , ..-3' WG ,., V , I K Y' 2 NJ A ,W-f im W mum. 'r Seventy-four 1 xf' 3 if IFF . XX, qw if W .mf -X? Seven ty- five P puffx ,.........--.f--- ...sb l K Q, Q A, T . WK '-:QR Q .. -gy-Zixqfl-43. 4. ' g.L+1ri,g,gqQi bk Q5.f,ffgvj5:..g ,.g4i3g5,.,7:1 : . fix , . ,L -Q, '-'. J", , fu 1'1" ff-rn5i'.','f,, ,gg ,Q-'-'Ax'5 is-wfvdi. -21' -. -I ,f- x I-4-, ,,. 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