Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1951

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A x ,X X I I 1 ,lf V L' I 'l J AVI Bonne chance, ere we part! 1930 HIGH Benjamin Franklin High School has come of age. During this short period of time our school's progress has been highlighted by many accomplishments directed toward the development of the individual. Franklin is indeed uniqueg for during the years our school has become a melting pot of all nationalities, races, and religions, with students of different creeds working together in harmony. This is the greatest achievement Franklin has made or can hope to make. Now on her twenty-first birthday, we cherish the past and anticipate her future. As a tangible record of Franklin's early years, we present the highlights of her twenty-one years of growth. 1930 on September 2, Franklin- High School welcomed its first classes under the leadership of Roy L. Butterfield, principal, and William Wol- gast, vice-principal. 1931 our Constitution was adopted, the Junto was organized, and the first student officers were elected. Honor was our theme as the National Honor Society got under Way. We dedicated our first Key to the man who had given us.the key to our school, Judge James P. B. Duffy. 1932 our first Franklin Day-Need we say more? 1933 Franklin's music students won national honors at Providence, Rhode Island. 1934 The Practical Arts Department paid tribute to the past and the future when it equipped a Guild Hall in the medieval tradition as a meeting place for the newly organized Craft Guild. The school's first aviation class was formed. Our Franklin Choir sang to the world over the National Broad- casting Station. 1935 Our science students enlisted their horticultural activities in the service of patriotism and raised more than three hundred geraniums for the Memorial Day decoration of soldiers' graves. 1936 Another first for Franklin! Frank Dickerson, a senior, won first prize, a silver cup, in a world wide shorthand contest. He continued to win distinction when he became a member of General MacArthur's staff in Japan in World War Il. 1937 our Varsity Club began to cheer our athletic teams on to victory. 1938 Franklin welcomed its new vice-principal, Willard A. Sabin. 1939 The Maharajah arrived l l ! 1940 Registration soared and life took on a quickened tempo as the larger part of the Washington High School faculty and student body came to F ranklin. 1941 The Franklin Basketball Team won the Inter-scholastic championship and the sectional title. 1942 Lufe Magazine devoted an issue to the theme-Franklin, the Democratic school. 1943-1946 our War efforts became our chief Concern. War bonds totalling more than 510,000 were sold at our bond auction. Franchot Tone charmed dollars from our pockets and fluttered feminine hearts when he ap- peared at our largest bond rally. Home Economics classes made hundreds of Well-made garments for Europe's destitute children. Our shops ran round the clock preparing men and women for work in war plants. Shop students made fifty trays and bedside tables for 4. PR INCIPAL WILLARD A. SABIN esrunun faamcum mon gcnooy. vw uofol :flu-1 nocndfsn za. new vom "W-1-PFD I:'0"'4 nnuovlo mrnmcm "'5""' vigrlhdlrax. Students at Frgnlilln hlgh: Coming of age ls one of llCe's milestones. milestones are markers vhlch have 'oeen used through generatlons 'to ald the traveler on his 3ourney. Frequently wie think of the 2lst year of llie as the mayor milestone marking the lndlvldubl for acceptance lnto our democratlc soclety. at this par- tlcular year the lndlvldual comes of age. He may vote. Be ls legally recognized as a responsible member of his cowmwi ty. lmportant as this 'Zlst year ls, l llke ,to think of the minor milestones. Each ls slgxiflcant. Your l1th or l8th years are extremely lmportant. So ls your senior year, your iunlor year, or, LD fact, any year LD your llfe. .lo one can llve lt for you. lt ls yours to make vlth vhat you vllll. l 'dould urge thlit you permit nothing but your best effort to tame you along llfe's Qourney. Yedple vlth God's blessing vho have ablllty, courage, stamina, and steadfastness must and vlll help shape the vorld's destlny. You, vho are comln8 of age, are these people. hay lt' be that all of us sho try tc'glve Franv-lla High School lts educatlonal strength and 41181151 have helped you ln striving for and attaining your vort goals 1' 'allllal' Ps. Sabin Yrlnclpal 8 VICE-PRINCIPAL RAYMOND E. FRANCIS CHARLES STALKER MRS. FLORENCE PITTS Boys' Adviser Girls' Adviser 9 MISS LOUISE COULTON MISS AGNES CROWLEY College Adviser and Psychologist Employment Director I Mr. Donald Rathjen Miss Anne Marie Rauber Mr. Robert Smith Miss Frances Stewart GUIDANCE MISS EDNA BAYER MRS. FLORENCE TRENTMAN MRSA DORIS FULLER Mr. George Seils School Nurse Librarians Attendance Officer 10 FD-J, Row Laley, Be zan tl Dep I' anffegco, Rizz o. ,ya in and R 0110: "rw Pete1'S0n I K, ENGLISH First Rofw: Rizzo, Green- wood, Sullivan-Head, Sher- man, Lamoree, Levin, Rofw Tfwo: Ryan, Brown, Atkin- son, Redding, Donoghue, Cochrane, Fraser. Rofw Thrnf: Parker, Hess, Rem- ington, Warner, Bayer, Knit- ter, Ashley. LANGUAGES .,.., Hess, Mar . 'Cn s, Rarbjen. . 1 1 SOCIAL STUDIES First Rofw: Kehrig, Martin, Iman, Chairman, Fuller, Hosic. Rofw Tfwo: Clark, Chapell, Ball, DuBois, Quinn, Swarthout. O 4.0 'Wea ne' Wh. Sy Sinx . adv' Mas' MATHEMATICS Rofw One: Cleland, Hen- derson, Morsheimer, Taylor- Head. Rofw Two: Boland, Donnellan, Bode, Middaugh Potter, Hennessy. 1 cl, Maller-Wa Kaplan, u Begqeih :w Two' han, May, Caimll' Ro Lash. Calla .f COMMERCIAL Fin! Row: Pangburn, Rau- ber, Zornow-Head, Hoefer, Blank. Rofw Tfwo: Warner, Towers, Young, Lipson, Batz, Palmer, Leggett. 12 sg N Vi iw we 2, 3135! Q ffff fy Jf me M 'P , QW 'ff " .,::. Q 4 uf M Q Q gk J P .r 'J W we ii W 1 Q kv 'l 4 V' FJ '22 gl. ia S ' wi ,LN X W QW? Haw Ni.,- x 11.5 K., ...Y wfwh- ssikiilii ,X Q DENNIS E. RUBY IN MEMORIAM The death of Mr. Dennis E. Ruby, Head of the Practical Arts Department and Guidance Adviser for the Senior Class, on September 13, 1950, brought both regret and sorrow to all of usg for he was not only an excellent teacher and adviser but also our good friend. As a guidance counselor, he was conscientious and inspiringg as our student government adviser, he was one of us, understanding our difficulties and enjoying our triumphs. We pay tribute to Mr. Rubyg his kindly manner, His deep loyal- ty, and his dynamic personality will long be remembered by both teachers and students of Benjamin Franklin High School. 14 E Se SENIORS MARTIN ACKERMAN President MRS. ELIZABETH PALMER Class Adviser RALPH JOHNSON Vice-P resid ent SENIOR SENIOR The members of the Class of 1951 Social Chairman will remember with gratitude the pa- tient guidance and the wise counsel of ROSEMARY MAMO 16 I l i 4 J Vx! lv! X jf 6 A X, W my w ll A r OFFICERS JOAN TOKARZ ROSE MICELI Secretary Treasurer COUNCIL their advisers, Mr. Arthur Mohr and Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer. MR. ARTHUR MOHR Class Adviser Social Chairman JOSEPH SCIBONE 17 SARAH ALLISON 78 Weaver Street Junto 13 G. A. C. 23 Badminton Club 25 'Tennis Club 35 Basketball 3, Volley Ball 3. JOHN ANDRES-SI 9 Hope Place Craft Guild 4. CLASS OF 1951 I MARTIN ACKERMAN 144 Navarre Road President Senior Classg Harvard Book Awardg Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4g Junto 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 4, Vice4President Junior Classy Key Editorial Boardg Social Science Forum 1, 2, 3, 4gJuniorTown Meeting 4. RICHARD J. AIELLO 97 Watkin Terrace Band 3. CAROLINE ANTINORA 29 Ontario Street CAROL ANN ADAMSKI 194 Bremen Street Craft Guild 33 Library 1. NANCY JANE ALBEE 7 Fien Street Senior Council 43 Juntio 1, 2, 3, 43 Executive Council 45 Book Store 3, 4' Waterballet 2 3 4' Cheerleader STELLA T. ALVA 3 Morris Street c0llll1lE'l'l'l2l llonor Soei:-ty 43 Junta 1, 2, 3. 45 Junior Choir 1g Guide 1, 2, 33 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Courant Typist 4. GLORIA ANGE 1 Trust Street Corridor Aide lg Craft Guild 2, Junto 23 A Capella Choir 35 Tri Y 3, Swim- ming 4. JOHN ARENA 376 First Street Projectionists 4: Stage Crew 4,3 Senior Iknnd and Orchestra: Inter- lllffll Band and 0l'C'llPSl!'R. FRED W. ARMBRUSTER RAMU NE ARMO NAS 200 Norton Street Vice-President German Honor So- ciety Delta Phi Hi Y 3. 251 Alphonse Street BETTY D. BALCO G-L Hoff Street f'o'nlm-rl-iul llouur Society 45 Cor- ridor Aiflv 15 C0-KlIll'l'8iiVl'S 45 Bowl- - ., . ing: -, J. MARY L. BALENA 80 Romeyn Street CLASS OF 1951 SALVATORE S. AUTOVINO 95 Lefrois Street ELMER H. ASIN 166 Conkey Avenue A Capvlla Choir 1. 2, 35 Madrigal Club 1: Junior Choir 1. VYTAUTAS BABUSIS 1101 North Street National Honor Soc-iz-ty 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 3, 45 Junto 4. THERESA BAGNARA 22 A1bow Place Latin Honor Society LZ, Sl, 4: Italian Honor Society 45 A Capella Choir 3, 45 Senior Orchestra 1. Banking ALEXANDER BARON PHILIP BARTELL 52 Cole Street 100 Cuba. Place Junto 3, 45 Senior Band 2, 3, 45 Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 A Interviligh Band 2. 3, 4. Fam-lla Choir ZZ. 3. 45 M1-ldrignl Club 12, 13, 45 Junior Choir 1. ROGER BARTELL AUDREY C. BARTON 74 Mou'son Street 1 Strong Street Corridor Aide 15 Craft Guild 35 Junto 1-Ixvcutivv Uouncil 45 Junto 1, 2, 45 2. Agape Tri-Y LZ. 3, 45 Sc-nior Council 45 Courant 4. 19 JEAN J. BALDO 19 Sander Street Craft Guild 32, 45 Drum Mnjorvt CARMEN BARBER 74 Vienna Street Offim- 2, 4. li-s Q-fi N IMILDRED FRANCES BELLINI 360 Joseph Avenue Courant 1. 25 United Nations Club 15 Junto 1, 25 Corridor Aide TALA MARYLYN BENSON 108 Cobbs Hill Drive Courant Circulation 35 Courant Re- A porter 35 Social Science Forum 35 Guide 45 Junior Choir 1. CLASS OF 1951 LOUIS F. BARTULA UREST BEDRIJ 95 Roycg-oft Drive 22 Maria. Street Football 45 Basketball 3. 45 Track SOPCPI' 4- 4: Corridor Aide 25 Lunchroom 1, 2, VINCENT BELLAVE ALPHONSE JOSEPH BELLAVIA 379 Fernwood Avenue 320 Central Park Wrestling Team 1, 25 Corridor Aide Co-operative 4. ELEANOR MARCIA BENES 24 Ariel Park Treasurer of Foimuert-ial Honor Sovie Pty 45 Circulation Staff of Courant 1, 2. 35 Assistant Business Manager of Courant 45 Assistant Advertising: Manager of Courant 35 Vourant Re- porter 25 Spanish Honor Som-if-ty 45 Social Science Forum 35 Junto 1, 45 Guide 2 ELLEN E. BEYER 55 Oneida Street Library Aide 1: Badminton 4: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. TTT"-4 LEONARD BIANCHI ROBERT J. BLACKMAN I 112 CENTRAL PARK 604 Conkey Avenue BOWIUIK 2, 3, 4- Wrestling Team 3, 4. DANIEL L BLUM VINCENT THOMAS BONAPEDE 59 Weaver Street 75 Selhnger Street Spnmsh Honor Socmty 1 3 Phi Gamma 3, Reserxe Basketbal V 5' Lunchreem 3- 1, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4. Q ' - ,4i!.l. " . ' W.. . 5. 1 favs: DORIS BROWN' 415 Avenue D Guide 3. VITO BR-USCATO 43 Lincoln Street Guide 43 Green House Club CLASS OF JEAN Y. BONANNO 43 Hollister Street Drum Majorette 2, 43 Guide 2. ELAINE M. BOVI 110 Holbrooke Street WILLIAM BORLAND 118 Alice Street, Sea Breeze PAY AUDRA BRETHEN 150 Saranac Street C0mm6l'CiBl Honor Society 41 Craft A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Junior Choir Guild 45 Guide 2: Girl Leader 13 Senior Orchestre 1, 2, 3, 43 Inter- Hlgh Orchestra. 1, 2. 3. 4. 3, 4. EDWARD JOHN BURGIO 46 Buchan Park Tumbling 1. ROBERT CARPER 30 Avenue A National Honor Society 3, 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Key Editorial Staff 4: Courant Photographer 45 Senior Play 43 Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Inter-High Orchestra 1, 2, 3. DONALD J. BRUGGER 72 Weyl Street Craft Guild 2, Zi. 4: llanrl 4: Svninr Orchestra 4, Tntcr-lligh llunrl Ii, 43 Inter-High Orcln-stra ll, 4. DONALD WALTER BUCKLER. 50 Malling Drive Swimming Team 13 llnskvtbull Varsity 4. I 3 FRANCIS CACCIOLA 96 Scrantom Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Sigma Beta 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2. KENNETH TIMOTHY CARROLL 142 Durnan Street Junto 1, 2, Soccer 3, 4. ,JVM CLASS CARL CASTELLANO 184 Sixth Street RONALD G. CATLIN 1951 CLARA JEAN CATALDI 55 Durnan Street ROSE CETERSKI 43 Conkey Avenue H,oru1-rooni Ilaske-tliall I 5 Wrtfxtliup: -Iunlo lg Bowling Twain l: llmiivrooiii Baseball 2: Library Airlie 21 Clll'l'lllUl' Aide 2. ERWIN LEWIS CHEROVSKY 279 Klein Street it llihrziry Aizlm- -1. 149 Avenue C National Honor Sow-it-ty H, 4: Latin HAROLD CHERRY 39 Oakman Street Honor Som-ic-ty 2. 11, 43 Pr:-siclt-nt. Cross Uountry 1. 23 Nt-nior Vounr-il Social St-if-nw I-'oruni 4: Standard 2. 3. 4: Key Business Staff 4: Svnioi' llt-art-r 4: Sr-nior P'ay 4: .lunto 25 Play 4. Fourant Sports Editor 3. 4: Junior l"hoir 1: Key l'1ditorial Staff 4. ROBERT P. CIACCIO 59 Springfield Avenue Latin Honor Sonia-ty 2. Tl. 4: Italian FREDERICK T. CIOFFI 13-1 Hand Street Italian Honor Sovif-ty 3. 43 Pro-si Honor Society 11 Junto lg Corridor 0 Aide dent Cvnturions lli-Y 4g Cross Country 3. AUGUST CIRINCIONE 59 Morrill Street Junto 1, 2, 3, Football 3. 45 Stage Corridor Aide 11 Fo-op Retailing 4. Crew 2. VIRGINIA CIULLA 584 Carter Sereet ELAINE E, COHEN 60 Mazda Terrace SHERRI COHEN 16 Carthage Drive Social Scienvv Forum 4. Spanish Honor Society 45 Courant 4. . X.. fs JOSEPH L. CONR 252 Merrimac Street .Tuninr Choir 1: Alpha Ph lli-Y 2. MARY COOPER 46 Harrison Street CLASS OF 1951 SONDRA COHEN LUCILLE COLAPRETE 308 Rosedale Street 54 Rocket Street operatnes 4, Junior Chou 1. OWIIUB' -, Swlmmlnt-Z 1. -. 3. . Leaders 2: Hit Pin 2: Corridor Aide 4: Guide 4. CAROLE JANICE COLEMAN ERNEST CON-E'QRT 60 Ramona. Park 16 Joslyn Place Commercial Honor Society 4: Co- Basketball 4, operatives 4: Corridor Aide 2: Junior Choir 1. i Kappa JEAN E. COOPER 196 Mohawk Street German Honor Society 3, 43 Agam- Tri-Y 2. 3, 4: Junior Choir lg Na- drigal Club 4: A Capella Choir 2. 3. 4: Corridor Aide 1, 2: Badminton 1: Bowling Il. MOSES M. COOPER 46 Harrison Street A Cape-lla Choir 2. 3, 4: Mndrigal Club 2, 3, 4: Corridor Aide 2. 48" ROSS M. CORDARO CARL A. COSTA 49 Gorham Street 268 First Street Hi-Y 4. NAZARENO COSTA ROBERT B. CUDDEIBACK 61 Oakman Street 401 Avenue D Executive Council 3: .Tunto 3: Cor- Traffic Squad 14 rldor Aide 2: Attendance Office 3: Traffic Squad 4. MARY LOU DEBOLE 54 Mohawk Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Italian Honor Society 3, 4, Junto 2, 4: COT' ridor Aide 1, 2: A Capella Choir 2, 3. 43 Madrigal Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Choir 1, Agape Tri-Y 43 Honor Society 4. FRANKLIN De MASI 105 Morton Street Baseball 4. CLASS ALFRED CUTAIA REGINA CZEBATOL 73 Evergreen Street 145 Weeger Street Swimming 1. CLARA DAANSEN NORM'A L. D ANGELO 10 Troy Street, Sea Breeze 139 Gilmore Street Agape Tri-Y 45 A Capella Choir 3, 4, Italian Honor Society 23 Junior Choir Varsity Club 4: Madrigal Club 3, 45 1, Girls' Athletic Council 2, 3, 43 lVater Ballet 3. Girls' Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Badminton Team 2 4 GEORGE DEL VECCHIO 147 Willmont Street Italian Honor Society 3, 43 Gamma Phi Hi-Y 2, 33 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Baseball 33 Soccer 3, Madrigal ' C'ub 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir 1. National CLARA DEORKA 111 Collingwood Drive JAMES A. DERLETH ROBERT E. De SMIT 43 Roycroft Drive 260 Willmont Street Junto 1, 2, Corridor Aide 1, 2, Basketball Homeroom 1, 23 Homeroom Football 1, 2. HARRY H. De VOE SHIRLEY DIETCH 47 Scrantom Street 51 Watkin Terrace National Honor Society 4, Spanish Commercial Honor Society 4, Social Honor Society 1, French Honor So' Science Forum 3, Corridor Aide 25 ciety 43 Key Art Staf 4. Library Aide 4: Junior Choir 13 Senior Play 45 Key Business Staff 4. SHIRLEY ANN DUELL 29 Rhine Street Water Ballet 15 Junior Choir 15 Tri- Y4. JUANITA ALICE DUNHAM 755 Avenue D Corridor Aide 1, 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Varsity 45 Co-operative 4. CLASS OF 1951 CARL J. DISPARTI 256 Northland Avenue A Capella Choir 3, 45 Madrigal Club 45 Junior Choir 15 Inter-High Choir 2, 3, 45 Senior Band 1. RAYMOND W. DOMINA 8 Henry Street Basketball 35 Football 3. PATRICIA MARIE DONOVAN 116 Avenue D Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Junto 25 Corridor Aide 1. DORIS MARIE EISEMAN 1277 Portland Avenue Junto 15 Social Science Forum 45 Guide 45 Library Aide 15 Social Studies Library Aide 25 Girls' Bowl- ing 45 Agape Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Vice- President, Agape Tri-Y 2. JANET MAY' EMERSON 52 Cleon Street Corridor Aide 1, 25 Library Aide 45 Tri-Y 3. MARIANGELA D'0razio 107 Randolph Street A Capella Choir 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir 15 Junto 2, 35 Book Store 45 Co- operative 4. TEDDY FREDRICK ELNISKY 22 G-alusha Street llomeroom Baseball 1, 25 Homeroom Basketball 1, 25 Cross Country 15 Gamma Phi Hi-Y 2, 3. AUDREY JEAN ENGEMANN 64 Northview Terrace Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 45 Junto 25 Junior Choir 15 Agape Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Cor- ridor Aide 15 Water Ballet 1. 2, 3, 45 Senior. Junior Band 2, 35 Inter- High Band 2, 35 National Honor Society 4. JOHN E. DUFFY 658 Bay Street Football 2, 4: Base-lmll 2. JUYCE ALICE EGGERT 26 Siebert Place Junior Choir 15 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 45 Madrigal Club 25 Craft Guild 3. 45 Tri-Y 3, 4. 4 -we 'il PATRICIA W. FALLIS 74 Clay Avenue National Honor Society 3, 43 Com- mercial Honor' Society 15, 43 Co- operative 43 flOl'I'lfl01' Aide 1, 23 Lunchroom 3. 43 Daughter-of-the-Flag 43 Bowling' 2, 33 Swimming 1, 2, WINIFRED B. PELDT 102 Rustic Street Member and Social Chairman. National Honor Society 3,43 Latin Ilonor So- ciety 3. 43 German Honor Society Social Chairman 3, 43 Junto 1, 33 Agape Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 Library Aide 43 Key Editorial Staff 43 Courant Typist CLASS BARBARA ENGLISH 29 Jackson Street Junior Choir 13 Agape Tri-Y 3, 4- DOLORES ESPE 131 Weaver Street 43 Girls' Bowling 43 Varsity Club 43 Sophomore Council 2. DOLORES ANN ERNTST 60 Farbridge Street Varsity Club 43 Co-operative 4. JANET KAY ESTRUP 2375 Norton Street Commercial Honor Society 4: Key Staff Typist 43 Senior Play 43 Club -43 Agapa Tri-Y 8, 43 Junto 2. Varsity l DORIS MAY FASO 179 Peck Street Library Aide 13 Corridor Aide 2 Book Store 33 After School Swim ming 4. VIOLET FERRARIS 1248 Clifford Avenue Italian Honor Society 43 Agape Tri Y 43 Girls' Volleyball 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. DOLORES CAROL FERRARO 1387 Norton Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Spanish Honor Society 3, 43 Guide 43 Key Art Staff 43 Courant 33 Key Group Photography 4. HELEN PAY PINE 23 Catherine Street DOMENIC N. FERRARO 387 First Street Corridor Aide 13 Lunchroom FREIDA ELLEN PINK 430 Joseph Avenue Latin Honor Societ 2, 3, 43 Junto Y 1, 43 Agape Tri-Y 3. CLASS OF 1951 SELMA PINK MARY ELLEN FITZAK 430 Joseph Avenue 72 Herald Street A Cape-lla Choir 2, 3g Junto 25 Cor- Cornrnei-vial Honor S0CiPiY 43 Spaniel - ridor Aide 12. Honor Society 2, 3, 4. BETTY ANN FOLINO JOAN ESTELL FOONS 35 Brookhaven Terrace 26 Kosciusko Street Craft Guild 3, 4: Corridor Aide- 13 Fraft uild 45 Junto 25 Agape- Tri-S Co-operative 4: Junior Choir 1, 25 4. Swimming 1, 2. ANTHONY G. FORTUNATO 102 Avenue C UI'1'itl0l' Aide 1: Social Science hrury Aida- 1, Junior Choir MARLENE J. FREDERICK 471 Portland Avenue 'orrirloi' Aide- 15 Library liuirlv 3, Varsity Club 4. ELAINE B. PRANKEL 554 Hollenbeck Street Courant f'i1'c-ulation 22, 3, 43 Latin Honor Hoa-ii-ty 2, 3. 4: Social Science- Forum 1, 2. 3, 43 Junto 125 Guidi- 4g Imliviiluul Pliotograpliy of Ks-y 43 Sf-nior Play, llusinz-ss Stuff 43 Nation- al llonui' Souix-ty 4. MILDRED FRIEDBERG 169 Clairmount Street Ss-niur l-Ixm-vutivo Council 4: Junto 43 Iunior Vlioir lg A Capvlln Choir 2, ll, f'O!'l'iIl0l' Aide 3. Aide 2 , 2 C. FREDRIC FRIEDLAND RICHARD CARL GAEDE 57 Hulltilllwil Park 56 Wilson Street Latin Honor Souix-ty 2, 3, 45 Social Junior Founr-il Re-p1'+-si-ntntixw 3' Col'- Nvivnw- l"orum 2, 3, 43 Junto 2, 45 ridor Aida- 3, llunking' XVindow 33 f'o-operative 33 K4-5' Stuff 45 S+-nioi' Band 2g Senior Pluv -L CHRISTOPHER GAGLIANO VINCENT GALLO 44 Spencer Road 423 Portland Avenue I'ootl1ull lllilllllgvl' J, J, 4, R1-sm-1'vu CLASS OF 1951 LOUIS GIGLIO TOS 173 Colonial Road rm-null llonor Society Il. PATRICIA M. GLENN 518 Joseph Avenue JAMES C. GALLOWAY 1545 St. Paul Street National Honor Society 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Junto 2, 3, 45 Executive Council 8, 45 Centurians 2, 3, 45 Junior Class President 25 Studi-nt Association Vice-President 35 Student Association President 4. BARBARA JEAN'GATES 274 Randolph Street Ui'onuncrcia1 llonor Society 45 Junto 15 llook Storv 3, 45 Junior Council 3. PAULL H. GERRING- 47 Buchan Park lmtin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Junior l'lmoir 15 Courant 1, 3. ELEANOR GERDAUSKAS 81 Watkin Terrace Craft Guild 4. Guide 4. MARTIN M. G-OLDMAN BARBARA H. GOODMAN 172 Hoilenbeck Street 265 Warrington Drive Junto 2, 35 Senior Council 4. Guido 4. NAOMI GOODMAN BARBARA JOYCE G-OULD 48 0. K. Terrace 160 Westminster Road Co-operative 45 Courant Circulation Junior Choir 15 Senior Choir 25 Of- Staff 3, 4. ficv Guide 2, 3, 45 Retail Co-operative 4. 28 PIETRINA M. G-IORDANO 69 Nichols Street Corridor Aide 2. DOLORES GLOGOWSKI 107 Thomas Street CLASS OF l95l ALEXANDER STEPHEN GRABOWSKI 1875 N. Goodman Street Corridor Aide 3. ROBERT CHARLES G-REELEY 30 Hawkins Street .lunto Sl: Stage Crow 23 Junior Choir 1. DOROTHY ANN GRIMSLEY 243 Orland Road .Iunto 13 Agape Tri-Y 2, 43 Co npr-rativv Secretary 45 Junior Chou' lg Varsity C'lub 4g Bowling 3. LOUIS ' ANT HONY GUADAGNINO 20 Niagara Street .lunto 45 Slfllllll Beta 45 Tr-am 43 Senior Council 4. BETTY ANN GRESS 160 Springfield Avenue Varsity Club 4. Bowling ARTHUR FRANK HAIMERL 23 Burbank Street German Honor Society 43 Junto 1, 21 Phi-Gamma 23 Corridor Aide 1. '25 A Capella. Choir 3, 43 Madrigal Club 3, 43 Sovcer 3, 4g Varsity Soccer 43 Junior Choir. 1. SAM HAMZA 104 Strong Street Wrestling Team 3. L1'illl0l'S 1, 2. 3, 45 Bowling 2, 3, 45 GERALDINE MARIE GRIFFIN 49 Sullivan Street Vrnft Guild Il. 45 Junior Choir 13 llase-bull 1, 2, 3, 43 Hit Pin 1, 2, 3. DONALD E. GROSSFIELD 1564 SC. Paul Street Spanish llonor Sovivty 13. 3. 43 So- riul Svim-nov l"oruiu I. 2, Sl. 43 .lunto 2, 33 Editor-in-Vliin-f of Vourmit 4: Social Clmiriunn of Junior Vlass Il. JOAN M. GUDAS 1085 North Street Co'op4-rntivv 4. LAWRENCE W. HAMMERLE 225 Avenue E Cn-nturians 3, 43 Corridor Aide 1 NATALIE ANN HARRIS 377 Joseph Avenue French Honor Society 13 fl0'I'l'lll0l' Aide 13 Library Aide 13 Fourant Typist 3. 2 JEAN HEATH 1757 Ridge Road East, Sea Breeze nto 1, 2, 33 Inter-High Band 33 Key Art Staff 4. CLASS OF 1951 CAROLYN MARIE I-IECKER 25 Treyer Street A Capella Choir 2, 3, 43 Junior Choir 13 Madrigal Club 3, 43 Agape Tri-Y 3. 43 Senior Council 43 Water Ballet 3 JOHN DONALD HILL NORMAN ROGER HERBST 19 Lochner Place NANCY LORRAINE HERR 25 Keller Street Co-operative 43 Library Staff 1. RICHARD HILT ON 1073 N. Clinton Avenue Football Manager 13 Varsity l hall 43 Junto 43 Corridor Aide HENRY JOSEPH HOLB 2 Mozart Place Basket- 2. 17 Oscar Street Entered in Senior Ye-nr. SIGURD HOPPE 7 Loomis Street Key Art staff 4. German Honor Society 3. MARGARET J. HUBER 44 Roycroft Drive Agape Tri-Y 3, 4. AL SAMUEL INFANDE 88 Coleman Terrace JAMES MICHAEL IANNUZO 43 Cole Street Latin Honor Society 23 Italian Honor Society 43 Junto 33 Senior Band 2, ll, 43 Junior Band 13 Senior Council 43 Track 43 Cross Country 43 VVrest- ling 3, 4. NICHOLAS J. INTERLICHIA 48 Rohr Street Key Art StaE 43 Lunchrooxn Aide 1, Baseball Team 2. i . RALPH V. JOHNSON 389 Crossdeld Road .lunto 33 Executive Council 43 Vice- President of Senior Class 43 A Capel lu Choir 3, 43 Madrigal Clu 'I 4 Ce-nlurians Il, 43 Footba llaseball 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 43 Vice-President of Student Asso- ciation 4. BARBARA FRANCES KALETA 17 Wanda Street Agape 2, 33 Corridor Aide 1. CLASS OF l95l ELIZABETH V. IVES 604 Hollenbeck Street Junto 13 Corridor Aide 1. ,2, 33 Junior Choir 1. JANE D. JANSSON 499 Norton Street Commercial Honor Society 43 Corri- dor Aide 13 Junior Choir 13 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 43 'Volleyball 2. 43 Badminton 1, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4. BERNICE EVELYN KANIS 240 Berlin Street Book Store 1, 2, 3, 43 Corridor Aide 13 Varsity Club 4. DAVID KARCH 68 Clitiord Avenue Spanish Honor Society 3, 43 Social Social Science Forum 23 Junto 13 Science Forum 3, 43 Corridor Aide 2. JAMES JANICKI 169 Hudson Avenue Craft Guild 23 Basketball 1, il, 3, 43 Baseball 1. ROBERT JENNEJOHN 102 Dorbeth Road Football 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 43 lli-Y 4. MARIAN E. .TUBIN 13 Vose Street Craft Guild 3. 4: Library 23 Junior Choir 1, 23 A Capella Choir 3, 43 Basketball 12, 33 Tennis 2, 3. ROMAN KAMOLA 85 Berlin Street Junto 13 Wrestling 3, 43 Swimming 4. .TUDITH KANTHOR 83 Jewel Street Spanish Honor Society ZZ, 3, 43 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 43 Guido 43 Junior Choir 1. SHEILA ANN KAUFFMAN 133 Randolph Street Guide 2. CLASS OF 1951 PEGGY ANN KAUFMAN 1321 Clinton Avenue North National llonor Society 3, 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Spanish Honor Society 3, 43 Social Science Forum 1, 2, 33 Junto 1, 2, 33 Executive Council 1, 2, 33 Guide 1 2, 33 Switch Board Operator 43 Cheerleader 43 Water Ballet 2, 3. SHIRLEY ANN KAUSCH 60 Moulson Street Tri-Y 23 Bowling 1, 2, 3'3 Varsity Club 4. ROBERT KEMP 28 Carl Street PHILLIPS HARWOOD KEYS 352 Walzer Road National Honor Society 3, 43 Boys' Social Uliairmzin of National Honor Soriety3 Latin Honor Society 3, 43 Social Science Forum 2: Vice-Presb dent of Delta Phi Hi-Y 3, 43 Senior Council 43 Junior Red Cross Com- mittee Chairman 4. RONALD K. KIMIKEL 54 Van Stallen Street National Honor Society 3, 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Junto 13 Sigma Beta 2. 3, 4. THEODORE KOTIN 571 Conkey Avenue .Iunto 13 Junior Choir 13 Basketball 4: Key Art Staff 43 Courant Car- toonist 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Reserve Basketball 2. MORDECAI KOLKO 72 Huntington Park Latin Honor Society 2, 3. 43 Social Science Forum 1, LZ. Il. 43 Junto 13 Courant Reporter 2, 33 Fourant Busi- ness Manager 43 Tennis Team 3, 43 Key Editorial Staff 43 Intramural Basketball 2. ROSALIE KOZBL 1621 St. Paul Street Latin Honor Society fl, 43 French Honor Society 4: Social Science Forum 3, 43 Corridor Aide 13 Junior Choir 13 Courant Circulation Staff Il, 43 Key Advertising Staff 4. ESTHER. SUSAN KOZLOWSKI DONALD ANDREW KULWECZ 62 Kosciusko Street 432 Alexander Street Ag-ap., Tr3.y 3' 45 A Capplla C1,0iy2, Craft Guild 23 Junto 1. 23 Corridor ss. 4, corridor Aide 1, 2, 33 Madrigal Aif?P,1. 2. 3: Cheerleader 3. 4: Alpha Cub 2, ai, 43 Junior Choir 1. P111 kappa 4. MARILYN ARLINE KWASMAN SHELDON ALLAN LABUVITZ 100 Norton Street 459 Joseph Avenue Social Science Forum 2, 3, 43 Guide Retail U0-operative 4. tion 3, i i 2, 33 Bowling 2, 33 Courant Typist 3 3 Junior Choir 13 Courant Circula- 4. 32 CLASS EDYTHE MARCIA LAMBERT 63 Northview Terrace Social Science Forum 4: Courant Cir- culation Staff 45 Junior Choir 12 Water Ballet 1, 2. WARREN WAYNE LASHER 195 Randolph Street A Capella Choir 3, 45 Madrigal Club 15 Library 1. KENNETH O LATAL 11 Prmcetou Street lntllrl s HIY 3 BSTHER LAZARUS 67 Seabrook Street in onox Hocietw " 4 Sec e tuix Latin Honor Nocietw 'Z Spanish ll nor Sotlett 3 4 Social Science Forum 3, 45 Lourant Circulation Staff 3' Junto 35 Corridor Aide 2. BETTY LEDERMAN 334 Joseph Avenue Library Aide I. SEYMOUR LERNER 214 Wilkins Street National l-l.onor Society 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir 15 Madri- gal Club 15 Junto 25 Courant Feature Reporter 3, 45 Key Editorial Board 45 Assistant Standard Bearer 45 Sen- ior Play 4. JUNE LANGEFELD 115 Dorbeth Road l'Ixem-utive Council 45 Secretary, Stu- dent Association 4: President, G. A. C. Il, 45 Badminton Club 45 Leaders 3, 45 .lunto 2, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Tennis 2. 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Volley- ball LJ, Il, 4. HELENE SHIRLEY LASSER 27 Keeler Street Spanish llonor Sovie-ty 12, Il. 45 Sovial Science Forum 2, 3. 45 Junto 45 Guide 45 Courant Circulation Stal? 1, 2, Il. 45 Courant Advertising Staff 3. 45 Senior Play 4. JACQUELINE LEGONSKY 47 Buchan Park loiiidor Aide .l. JEAN DOROTHY LEUSCH 101 Van Stallen Street Junto 25 Library Aide 45 Swimming 2, 35 Tennis 3. KENNETH LATIMER. 211 Carter Street Clie-erin-ada-r 2. Il, 45 Phi Gunn Y 45 Corridor Aide 2, 4. BESSIE S. LEDERMAN 65 Hoeltzer Street Craft Guild Sl, 45 A Capella flolr Junto 1. 35 Junior Choir 1 Bow ing 45 Leaders 4. WALTER -T. LICATA 69 Belgard Street Football 3, 43 Basketball 3. VINCENT LIS! 31 Concord Street CLASS OF 1951 DAVID LEVY 18 Roth Street Spanish Honor Society 2: French Club 3, 43 Junto 1, 25 Lost and Found Room 1. NORMAN LEVY 18 Roth Street ke-tball 2. STELLA LEVY 44 Vienna Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3. 45 Commercial Honor Society 45 Junto 1, 2, 35 Executive Council 33 Courant Advertising Staff 35 Co-operatives 43 Junior Choir 1. 53 Eastview Avenue FRANK L0 TEMPIO ANTHONY LUCIANO 85 Miller Street 215 Cummings Street Spanish Honor Society 13 Lost and Tri-Y Gamma Phi 3, 43 Football 1, Found 1. 2, 35 Baseball 2. JOHN STEPHEN LYLAK HAROLD IHOR MACHONKIN 224 St. Casimir Street 145 Hand Street Bowling 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Baseball 35 Intra- mural Baseball 45 Corridor Aide 1. 34- Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 43 33 Senior Council 45 Intramural Bas- VERNON ALFRED LEWIS Junto NORMAN ALAN LICCIARDI 157 Nichols Street Centurions 3. 45 Basketball 23 Foot ball 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1 2. 3. FLORENCE L0 GUIDICE 163 Delamaine Drive Co-operatives 45 Bowling 35 Junior Choir 15 Corridor Aide 2, 3, 4. CLASS OF 1951 CHESTER K. MACK FRANK MACRI 132 Alphonse street 1060 N. Goodman Street Junto lg Corridor Aide 4. Junto 13 Gamma Phi Hi-Y 33 Cor- ridor Aida 45 Stags- Crow 3. PETER MADAFFERI DONALD P. MADDALENA 11 Gvrhalll Street 399 Fernwood Avenue English Book Room 2, 33 Football Corridor Aide 1, 2. Team 3, 4g Alpha Phi Kappa Hi-Y 4. JEAN MADDALENA JOHN H. MAIER 29 Miller Street 123 Thomas Street Uffivm- Practivz- C'o-operativv 45 Guide Resvrvv BHSkPUJ21ll 33 f'0FI'i1l0l' Aiflf' Si-rvice 3g Bowling: 2, 35 Hit Pin 2. 4. ROSEMARY ANN MAMO MARVIN MALOWITZ . Q9 Jemld Sfmt , . SOCIBI Chairman, Junior and In-mor 210 Avenue E Class 3, 43 Junto 43 Guido 23 Basket- Social Sciencv Forum 33 Junto 2, 3. ball 23 Bowling 25 Baseball ZZ. MICHELINA MANIOCI JOSEPH RALPH MARASCO 23 Concord Street 84 Owaissa. Drive Drum Majowtte 3, 43 Craft Guild 3, 43 Corridor Aide lg Bowling 3. ANTHONY S. MARCIANO ROBERT JAY MARSEY 186 Merrixnac Street 64 Tyler Street German Honor Society 3, 43 Italian Slllflish HONG? S0ffif'tY.2: 3, 42 LIUHIO Honor Society 35 P,-ojpotionist 1' gy 1, 2, 43 School Publicity Chairman 3, 43 Hobo Hop Publicity Chairman 43 Thanksgziving Day Publix-ity Chairman 43 Corridor Aide 2. 35 1 I CLASS NICHOLAS D. MASTROMATTEO 176 Randolph Street Senior Band and Orchestra 1, 2. 4. WILLIAM MCQUOID 3066 Ba-y Front x CATHERINE H. McENTEE 1-272 Portland Avenue National Honor Society 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Junto 35 Agape Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Book Store 3, 45 Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Corridor Aide 1, 25 Attendance 3, 45 Inter-High Orchestra 2, 3, 45 A Capella Choir 4. WILLIAM METZ 560 Conkey Avenue AUDREY L. MEYER 246 Winheld Road Staff 45 Courant 4. BERNARD MICHAELS 19 0 Brien Street Junto 45 Gamma Phi Hi-Y 2, 35 Cor- OF 1951 TERESA MARIE MAZZA 312 Clifford Avenue 5 I Italian Honor Society 45 Commercial l'ld01' A1119 1- 2. 3? Ch9P!'l9Hd9I' 3. 43 Honor Society 45 Junto 25 Book Store 3- fl, 45 Leaders 35 Bowling 3. JULIA L. McN'UTT 9 Seibert Place Library Aide 45 Volleyball 4. ELAINE JOYCE MELTZER 84 Strong Street Social Science Forum 2, 45 Junto 15 Courant 1, 2, 45 Guide 1, 2, 3 45 Riding Club 45 Swimming 1, 25 Ten- nis 3. PAYE ELIZABETH METZGER 12 Gladys Street Junto 25 Guide 45 Bowling 25 Soph- omore Class Officer 25 Junior Class Representative 3. ROSE ANNE MICELI 9 Manitou Street Commercial Honor Society 45 Junto Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 1, 2, 3, 45 Agape Tri-Y 3, 45 Key Commercial Honor Society 45 Treas- urer Senior Class 45 Secretary Junior Class 35 Junior Choir 1. CONSTANCE IRENE MILANO 17 Renwood Street Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Junior Class Treasurer 35 Inter-High Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Council 45 Lunch- rooln 45 A Capella Choir 25 Madrigal Club 25 Junior Choir 1. LOUIS MONTANTE 138 Selllnger Street Craft Guild 45 A Capella Choir B5 Madrigal Club 15 Junior Choir 2. JOSEPHINE MURATORE 78 Scranton: Street Herman llonor Society 3, 45 Com- lllt1l't'iR.i llonor Society 3, 41 Tl'l'Y Agape- ZZ, 3, 45 Book Store 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir 1. CLASS ELAINE LEE MILLER 246 Norton Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Spanish Honor Society 3, 45 Social Science Forum 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir 15 Courant Editorial Staff 45 Courant Circulation 2, 35 Key Art Staff 45 Key Photography 45 Senior Play 4. MYRON MILLER 135 Rutledge Drive National Honor Society 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 3, 45 Key Editorial Staff 45 Soplioinore Council 25 Senior Play 4. IRENE MILOSZ 487 Hudson Avenue German Honor Society 45 Junto l, 2, 3, 45 Guide 45 Sophomore Council 25 Courant Reporter 2, 35 Courant Cir- culation 45 Senior Council 45 Busi- ness Staff, Key 45 Bowling 25 Riding Club 4. CHRISTOPHER NAPOLI 149 Lincoln Street Junto 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Corridor Aide 15 llinglish Book Room 2, 35 Bowling 12. 3, 45 Reserve Basketball 25 Soccer-Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4. NORBERT NEVID 622 Conkey Avenue Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Junto 25 Cor- ridor Aide 15 Senior Band 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 15 Sophomore Council 25 Editorial Staff Key 4. JOE MONACHINO 12 Princeton Street Choir 1. EDWARD NAWROCKX 16 Rhine Street JOSEPH NOT0 9 Short Street italian Honor Society 45 Craft Guild l, 25 Junto 15 Corridor Aide 1, 25 Stage Crew 35 Band 1, 2. .lunto Il, 45 Book Store 3, 43 Library 1, 25 A f HELEN MONT ESANTO 109 Rohr Street Tapella Choir 3, 45 Junior JOAN ROSE MUSCATO 201 Vinal Avenue Corriclor Aide l, 125 Junim' Choir l. P! CLASS OF 1951 LORRAINE OKOLOWICH 702 Portland Avenue SEYMORE OSTROFF 26 Hoeltzer Street Library 1. CATALDO PALMERI 156 Woodbury Street f'0l'l'ifiOl' Aide- 4. JOHN PATA 62 Harvest street P1'oje-Ctionist 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, DOLORES PILATO 34 Concord Street Commercial Honor Society 3, 4, Craft Guild 2, 3, 45 Co-operative-sg Book Store 3. MARIANNB PINES 49 Culver Parkway Tri-Y 45 Corridor Aide lg Varsity Club 4. Coiiiiiiorcial Honor Suri:-'ty 3, 43 Book 'lllflm 1- 2, 3' 4? Jlmi01' Choir 1, Store 3 4: Guido 4' Girls' Leader " Football TPPUH 1 2 3 4' HJ-Y 2 3 DANBY OSBURN 44 Malling Drive REGINA D. OURIEL 35 Buchan Park Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Co- operatives 4, Guide 4, A Capella Choir 3, 43 Junior Choir 1, 2. ANTHONY PALUMBO 234 Central Park Italian Honor Sovivty fl. MARGARET PIGNATO 35 Gorham Street Commercial Honor Society 45 Tri-Y 35 Guide 4. MARIANNA PILATO 34 Concord Street Commercial Honor Society 3, 4: Craft Guild 31 Junto 2, Book Store 3, 43 Junior Choir 1. SAM PIZZO 146 Portage Street Hi-Y 39 Basketball 3. VINCENT PIZZO 118 Lincoln Street Hi-Y 2, 3. ALEXANDRA IRENE POHARECKYJ 22 Henry Street ROSE MARIE POLVINO 8 Aurora. Street Library Aide 33 Retail Co-operative 43 Gym Leaders 33 Bowling 35 Cor- ridor Aide 1, 2, RONALD EDWARD PRICE 201 Dickinson Street Craft Guild 25 Corridor Aide 1. BARBARA PRIVITERA 1957,N. Clinton Avenue Italian Honor Society 43 Senior Council 4, Junior Choir 1, Riding C'ub 43 Key Staff 4. SHIRLEY JANE PUTZIG 95 Agnes Street Craft Guild 3: Secretary. Craft Guild 43 Junior Choir 13 Library Aide 3, 4: Corridor Aide 15 Varsity Club 43 Girls' Basketball 3, 4. CLASS OF 1951 DALIA PODELIS 30 Watkin Terrace New in the School, BETTY S. POLLOCK 556 Hollenbeck Street National Honor Society 3,143 Latir Honor Society 2, 3, 4g Spanish Honol Society 3, 45 Soc-ial Se-ienee Forun 2, 3, 43 Individual Photography Key Staff 43 Senior Play 4, Courant Cir culation Staff 2, 3, Sophomore C'asx Officer 2. WARREN FRANK PORTER 139 Rohr Street Corridor Aide 1, 23 Soccer Tvlllll 1. 2, 3, 4, Travk and Field Tn-nm 1, 12, 3, 4. ANITA PRICEMAN 274 Avenue D Junto 1, 23 Library Aide Il, 43 TPB nis 3, Volleyball 3, 4. WILLIAM PUGH 1087 North Street Baseball Team 125 Soren-1' 'l'z-am 3, 43 Ili-Y 12, Il. BEATRICE QUAGLIATA 36 Midland Avenue Drum Majorette 2, 33 Junior Choir 1: Junto lg Corridor Aide 13 Bowling 2. ALVIN RED SICKER 679 Clinton Avenue No CLASS OF 1951 BETTY JOAN RACHOW JOSEPH RACINOWSKI 222 Collingwood Drive 773 Avenue D Xagsitty C'ub 43 Bowling 3, 43 Tri-Y Football 2, 3, 4. FRANCES RACZKOWSKI JOSEPH L, RAIMOIIDI 95 Thomas Street 31 Hollister Street luide 43 Swimming 13 Volleyball 2. rth MARILYN REINHARDT 308 Carter Street A Capella Choir 2, 3, 43 Junior Choir 13 Bowling Club 43 Corridor Aide 2. LEONARD RESSEL 48 Cleveland Street Junior Choir 13 Junto 13 Club 1, 23 Greenhouse Club and Found 1. Varsity 1 3 Lost MARGOT ROSBASCH 1072 N. Clinton Avenue French Honor Society 3, 43 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 43 Courant Cir- culation Staff 3. 43 Ke-y Advertising Staff 4, MARVIN J. ROSENTHAL 145 Long Acre Road National Honor Society 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 43 Junto 1, 2, 33 Courant 1. 2, 33 Key Editorial Board 43 Senior Play 43 Publicity Chairman, Junior Class 33 Vice-President, Youth Con- gress 3. Courant Ci DANIEL ROSEN 131 Weyl Street MARCIA ROTH 705 Avenue D rculation Staff 4' A Ca ell NADINE F. ROMANO 721 Portland Avenue A Capella Choir 3, 43 Junior Choir 1. f , f K , 1 p a C!lOll' 2, 33 Junior Choir 13 Library Aide 1. SAMUEL P, SALAMO 341 Knapp Avenue Track 33 Cross-Country 3. EDNA SALIC 321 First Street Junto 13 Drum Majorettes Guide 1, 2, 43 Varsity 4. CLASS RHEVA ROXIN 4 Ludwig Park Commercial Honor Society 3, 43 Co- operative 4. RICHARD RUDY 39 Northeast Avenue NE RUTH SAUNDERS 714 Joseph Avenue Craft Guild 43 A Capella Choir 13 Senior Councilg Volleyball 4. PHILIP SCARDINO 214 Morton Street Corridor Aide 1 2- Football Mana ei , , E ' 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Dance Committee. OF l95l JOSEPH RUBEN 1880 St. Paul Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3. 43 Social Science Forum 33 Lunchroom 1, 33 Basketball Manager 1, 2. 3. SANTINA RUISI 111 Lincoln Street Vommn-rcial llonor Society 3, 43 Agape 'Fri-Y 12. Zi. 43 Co-operative 43 Lunch- room Cashin-r 12, 33 Bowling 2, 33 Band and 01"i'llPSl1'H, 1, 23 National llonol- Society. JOAN ANGELA SALERNO 1954 Culver Road National Honor Society 3. 43 Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Agape Tri- Y 43 Senior Playg .lunior Choir 15 Sophomore, Junior, Senior Council. NICK SALVATORE 645 Norton Street Craft Guild 43 Library 1, 23 Pattern Shop Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SAXE 532 Campbell Street Craft Guild 3, 4. ESTHER SCHAFER 30 Hollenbeck Street Spanish Honor Society 3, 43 Social Science Forum ZZ, 3, 43 Junto 43 Junior Choir 13 Manager of Adver- tising Staff of Key 43 Circulation fran' of Courant 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club CLASS RONA TERRY SCHAFER 90 Scrantom Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Spanish Honor Society 3, 45 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Junto 25 Courant Reporter 2, 35 Courant Circulation 2, 3, 45 Individual Photography of Key 45 Business Staff, Senior Play 45 Junior Choir 1. ESTHER SCHREIBER 491 Joseph Avenue Latin Honor Society 3, 45 French Honor Society 3, 4: English Book NORMA SCHLOTTMAN 76 Gilbert Drive Junto 1: Water Ballet 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Council, Secretary 1, 25 Token Office 1: Bowling 2, 35 Book Store 15 Junior Choir 1. THERESA L. SCHULTZ 192 Bernard Street Co-operatives 45 Guide 4. Room 4. DONALD R. SCI-IULZ 118 Avenue D Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Cen- turions 3, 45 Corridor Aide 25 Junior Choir 15 Soccer Team 3, 45 Track 3. 4. ANTHONY G. SCIARABBA 3 Draper Street Alpha Phi Kappa 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN SCHUMSKE 87 St. Stanislaus Street Commercial Honor Society 45 Craft Guild 3, 45 Junto 25 Book Store 15 Junior Choir 1. JOSEPH SCIBONA 1 Midland Avenue Craft Guild 3, 45 Executive Council 2, 3, 45 Social Chairman of Senior Class 45 Gamma Phi 3, 45 Corridor Aide 15 Projectionists 25 Junior JOSEPHINE SCIOBTINO 884 North Street Drum Majorettes 1, 2, 35 Leader 45 Varsity C.ub 45 Hobo Hop Deco- ration Committee 45 Senior Dance Decoration Committee 4. ETHEL IRENE SEG-ELIN 515 Avenue D Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Junto 15 Junior Choir 15 Feature Editor of Courant 3, 45 Publicity Staff of Key 4. Choir 1. THEB-ESA S. SCIOBTINO 117 Hand Street Italian Honor Society 3, 45 Junto 25 Drum Majorettes 3, 45 Junior Choir 1. RICHARD SEIGEL 57 Avenue C German Honor Society 3, 45 French Honor Society 3, 45 A Capnella Choir 3, 45 Photography5 Madrlgal Club 35 Inter-High Choir 2, 3, 45 Key Photograph Staff 4. CLASS OF 1951 ROBERT SEIGEL MARVIN SHACKET 57 Avenue C 87 Ketchum Street Latin Honor Society 3, 43 A Capella Junior Choir 1. Choir 3, 4. MELVIN GARY SHAPIRO JOSEPH LAURENCE SHULMAN 92 Bernard Street 77 St. Casimir Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Social Social Science Forum 23 Junto 43 Key Scrence 1, 2, 3, 43 Junto 2, 3, 43 Key Group Photography 43 Courant Re- Editorial Staff 43 Varsity Club 4. porter 43 Junior Choir 13 Lunchroom Custodian 3. JOAN BETTY SIGLER 69 Turpin Street Junto 33 Executive Council 33 Agape Tri-Y 3, 43 Corridor Aide 1, 23 Band and Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Bowling 43 Varsity Club 4. LOIS SIMONS 102 Eiifel Place Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Social Science Forum 3, 43 Junto 13 Junior Choir 13 Courant Circulation 2, 3, 4. ZENON SMYI-YK ISABELLE SNYDER 20 Vose Street 37 Kelly street' Soccel' 31 4- Co-operatives 43 Corridor Aide 3. MURRIS J- STARSKY ivncrmnr. 1. SPECIALE 65 Avenue C 1880 Culver Road Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Lunch- J - vl - . -d - 3 2 room 2- Corridor Aide 1- Madri al "mor mo" 1' Goff- 0'A1'l' ' , 1 S Club 13 Key Photography 43 Courant Photography 4. 43 kfvii" ROBERT SILVER! 196 Baycliii Drive JOAN SMITH 865 Hudson Avenue DONALD STONE 5 Marburger Street Craft Guild 4, Corridor Traffic Squad 1, 2, 8. MARVIN SUSSMAN 187 Conkey Avenue Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1. CLASS OF 1951 RITA STAUB MARJORIE BETTY STEIN 273 Alphonse Street 135 R3fI1d01Pl1 Street German Hqmgr Society 45 Bowling Comnu-rm-ial llonor Society 45 Craft 3, 4, Guild 1. 223 Agape Tri-Y 3. 4' Co- operativvs 43 A Capella Cho Junior Choir 1, 2. RUTH STEWART EVELYN STINGLE 79 Atwell Street 60 Furlong Street A l'ap1-lla Choir 3, 4, Commercial Honor Society 43 A Capel- la Choir 25 Junior Choir 1. Aide 13 MARVIN SWERYDA RICHARD TAYLOR 264 Baden Street 59 Herman Street Basketball Reserve 1, 2. Junto 1, 35 Traffic Squad 1, 2. FRED TETTELBACH MARLENE THOMAN 4063 Culver Road 71 Portage Street .lunt.o 23 Alpha Psi Hi-Y 1. ZZ: Suplm- Library 1, 2, 3. more Council 2: Junior Founcil 32 Senior Council 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Team 2, 85 Band 1, LZ, 3, 4. 44 ir 13, 45 S N,I Q CHARLES SUFRIN 56 Wilson Street Junto 1. BERNARD SWEENEY 1871 Dewey Avenue Commercial llonor Society 45 Junior Cotunvil 3, Centurions Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Manager Football Team 4, Reserve Baseball Team 1, 2. N CAROL TUCKER 122 Winterroth Street Agape Tri-Y 3, 4g Library 23 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Club 2, Junior Choir 1. ANNE VALENZA 38 Lill Street National llonor Society 3, 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Agape Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Attendance Co'lector 3, 43 Corridor Aide 13 Inter-High Orchestra 1, 2, 43 Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Key Editorial Staff 4. CLASS OF 1951 MARVIN TILLMAN JOAN AN'N TOKARZ 300 Ashwood Drive 142 Delamaine Drive Centurions Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Soecer Latin llonoi' Society 2. Il, 4, .lunto 2, 3. 43 Reserve Basketball 25 Var- l. 31 Agape Tri-Y, Corridor- Aide 2, sity Basketball 3, 45 Reserve Baseball 32 Guide 4: A Capella Choir 3, 45 2, Cross Country 1. Mfldfiirhl Vlllll 3, 42 Junior Choir lg Vheerleader 4. ROBERT TOMEI YOLANDA TROVATO 51 Bismark Terrace 82 Scrautom Street Cross Country 4. Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Junta lp Agape Tri-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir 13 Girls Bowling 2, 3, 45 V"rsity Club 4. CHARLES VANCHERI MILTON VAN DUSSEN JUNIOR 194 Taft Avenue 53 Carthage Street Corridor Aide 4. Sovial Seience Forum 1, 45 Corridor Aide 1, 2. DOLORBS JANE VECK SUSAN VENIERIS 53 Seneca Avenue 180 Turpin Street Junto 13 Guide 1, 43 Girls' Bowling 4, Clieerleader 1, 2, 83 Flag Corps 2, Il: .lunto 2. Cl, 4, Varsity Vluli 43 ? Guide 2, Il, 43 Senior Couneil 4. 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, JOHN VACARO 227 Avenue A 4: .Tunior Choir l JEAN VALONE 29 Helena Street 'lltalian llonor Society 3: .lunto .ae up if e .-2. is Xin:-f S BETTY M. WEI SS RICHARD W. WALLACE 29 Garford Road National Honor Society 3, 45 German Honor Society 12, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 12, Ii, 45 Junto 2, 3, 45 Ex- ecutive Council 45 Key Staff 45 Con- tributing Editor of Courant 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Track 3, 4. JEANNE WATTS 2689 Ridge Road East Commercial Honor Society 45 Junto 1, 2, 45 Agape Tri-Y 35 Book Store 45 Library Aide 25 Key Publicity Staff 45 National Honor 4. Iunto 15 HOWARD WEINSTEIN CLASS OF 1951 mon VITKOVYCKYJ CARL JEROME VOLDMAN 46 Gilmore street 523 Joseph Avenue Latin Honor Society 4. German HOUOI' S0Ci9fY- 4 5 Cor- BARBARA MARIE VOLZ CHARLES JOHN VULL0 556 -70501111 Ave. 100 Aurora Street German Honor Society 3, 45 Spanish Band and Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Junto 35 ridor Aide 1, Executive Council 35 Varsity Club 4. THADDEUS LEE WARFIELD 70 Herman Street Junto 45 Madrigal Cfub 1, 2, 3, 45 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir 1. CORINNE WEINSTEIN 138 Springfield Avenue Spanish Honor Society 25 Flag Corps 35 Cheerleaders 3, 45 Varsity Club 4. 165 Conkey Avenue Senior Band 1, 2, 35 Re- serve Basketball 2. JOAN ENID WEI SS 43 Weaver Street National Honor Society 45 Spanish Honor Society 3. 45 Latin Honor Socicty 2, Zi. 45 Social Science Forum 45 .lunior Choir 15 Courant Reporter Z. 3. Courant Cirrulation 3, 45 Yar- sity Club 4. 35 Thomas Street National Honor Society 3, 45 Spanish Honor Society 1, 2. 3, 45 Sociaf Science Forum 2, 3, 45 Junto 1, 2, 35 Executive Council 35 Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Courant Reporter 1, 2, 35 Key Publicity Staff 45 Courant Circulation Staff 1, 2, 3. JOAN CECELIA WBLSHER 59 Lodge Drive Point Pleasant Tri-Y 35 Water Ballet 45 Bowling 4. ESTHER EDYTHE WOLIT ZKY 17 Kapel Place Junto 33 Co-operatives 43 Lost and Found Office 1. CHARLES YAEGER 53 Rialto Street CLASS OF 1951 ARNOLD WEENEB WILLIAM DONALD WHITE 211 Remington Street 7 Oregon Street Traffic Squad 13 Corridor Aide 1. Italian Honor Society 3, 43 Treasurer Italian Honor Society 43 Library Typist 23 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 43 Junior Choir 13 Typist for Key Staff 4. RONA WIESNER ELIZABETH L. WINTHEBS 21 Merrimac Street 70 Sullivan Street JOAN KATE WYSI-I . 18 Borclmrd Street Social Science Forum 33 Agape Tri- Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Choir 13 Bowling 2, 3. JEAN ANN YAEKEL 440 Avenue D Junto 13 Agape Tri-Y 3,-43 Book Store 33 Lost and Found Office 13 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Water Ballet 43 Varsity Club 4. ZORA LEE ZELLEN CHARLES WILLIAM ZIEGLEB, JB. 61 Joseph Place 172 Grafton Street Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Spanish 1-1i.Y 3, 43 Corridor Aide 2, Honor Society 3, 43 Corridor Aide 23 Guide 4. LEONARD E. ZLOTNTK ALLAN G. ZOLLWEG' 389 Remington Street 85 Eiffel Place Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Junto 1, 2: Phi GUITIIHB Hi'Y 2, 33 Sigma Beta Hi-Y 43 Intra-mural Basketball 2, 3. ROBERT R. ZULAUF 542 Avenue D Traffic Squad 1. CLASS OF 1951 RITA JEAN ZONNEVYLLE LARIZA ROMANA ZOWNIROWYCZ 31 Merrimac Street 243 Baden Street Junto 2, 33 Corridor Aide 15 Leaders Latin Honor Society 3, 4, German 2, 3, Basketball 35 Baseball 3. H0H0r Svciefy 3, 4: Commercial Hon or Society 4, A Capella. Choir 3, 4 The following members of the June 1951 Class became members of the National Honor Society and of the French Honor Society too late for classification NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY Armbruster, Fred Cohen, Sherri Debole, Mary Lou Engemann, Audrey Frankel, Elaine Johnson, Ralph Kolko, Mordecai Levy, Norman Rosenthal, Marvin Ruisi, Santina Seigel, Robert Tokarz, Joan Ann Watts, Jeanne Weiss, Joan Albee, Nancy Ange, Gloria Bellini, Mildred Fink, Freida Grossfield, Don Kaufman, Peggy Ann Kozel, Rosalie Lambert, Marcia Levy, David Mamo, Rosemary Meyer, Audrey Milano, Connie Pines, Marianne Rosbasch, Margot Smith, Ioan Wiesner, Rona v Edin 5 ' I .-ig 5' . .u :QA wi -3 im ,,,,, 447: 'ln X W - fsffw .s-:w x Q Q f as 1 my - ' 29,11 .-.f -w,i33,gJ,vS,f4L -4 l' 'E A Fly Ni IQ 8 5 iii? 5 K, .Y ,EMR A'A:1 lhbdv-QM LIGHTS 1951 JUNE195l GOVERNMENT JUNIOR TOWN MEETING OUR SENIORS FROM OVERSEAS MISS CROWLEY SENIOR PLAY OFFICE STAFF Seated: Nancy Wildzunas. Standing: Jeanette Felice, Mrs. Joan Cunico. W H, M, ENGINEERS LUNCH ROOM STAFF Miss Katherine Beecher and staff Eugene Healy, Lawrence Irwin. 52 ACTIVITIES SPRING TERM D PHILLIP KEYS ' President RICHARD LANG V ice-Presid ent CONNIE MILANO JAMES GALLOWAY President RALPH JOHNSON Vice-President Secretary JUNE LANGEFELD FALL TERM Secretary 54 STUDENT The Executive Council conducts the business of the Student Asso- ciation. This it does in keeping Seated: Audrey Barton, june Langfeld, James Galloway, Ralph Johnson, Richard Wallace Bark Rofw: Mr. Stalker, Mr. Francis, Eleanor Benes, Mr. Kaplan, Nancy Albee, Mr. Sabin Martin Ackerman. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL - FALL TERM COVER ME with democratic principles and with an under- standing of the privileges and responsibilities in- volved. - Seaffdz Ortolani, Mastramatteo, Keys, Marsey, Milano. Standing: Mr, Sa- bin, Mr. Kaplan, Novak, Tettlebach, Guadagnino. SPRING TERM EXECUTIVE CGUNCIL 55 Front Row: Levy, Pollock, Babusis, Feldt, Wallace, Miss Martens, Keys, Weiss, Frankel. Second Rofw: Kolko, Cherovsky, Cohen, Tokarz, Valenza, Debole, Salerno, Ruisi, Weiss, Rosenthal. Third Rofw: Armbruster, Lerner, Engemann, McEntee, Miller, Watts, Kaufman, Fallis, johnson, Galloway, Carper. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The purpose of the National Honor Society is to recognize students outstanding in scholarship, character, leadership, and service to the school. ERWIN CHEROVSKY PATRICIA FALLIS Slandard Bmrgr Cuxtadian of tiff Flag 56 l i l Fran! Rofw: Hendrikz, Flaum, Neerbasch, Miss Martens, Mr, Bezant, Alpert, LaC0razza, Shadoff, Row Ffwo: Tokarz, Lazarus, Valenza, Spoto, Abramson, Bagnara, Debole Pollock. Row Three Nacanti, Prevost, Kaufman, Hathorn, Fink, Feldt, Velitovich, Cacciola, Brill. Rofw Four: Meyer, I Tanenbaum, Gould, Hollander, Fine, Levine, Guttenberg, Becker, Lang, Scher. THE LATIN HONOR SOCIETY The chief aim of the Latin Honor Society is to bring together students of the same cultural interests, and to introduce to them through social functions within the society, the old Roman and Greek customs and ideals. E ,. 7 F V, ,I 5 Lg re 5 a Front Rofw: Elkin, Tejw, Cimino, Mr. Rahtjen, Miss Hess, Simons, Markus, Engemann. Rofw Tmvo: Potter, Sobel, Frankel, Weiss, Viener, Ferraro, Zellin, Cantor, Levy. Rofw Three: Miller, Simons, Miller, Schreiber, Saperstone, Passas, Schafer, Cherovsky, Rosenthal. Rofw Four: Gold- stein, Bittker, Kezel, Babusis, Essman, Shapiro, Lerner, McEntee, Peterson, Vitkovyckyj. Rofw Fifvr: Keys, Schulz, Friedland, Kolko, Shapiro, Abronowitz, Starsky, Carper, Galloway. S7 PAIHH0 UR J --sa. From' Row: Byers, Rousso, Schafer, Skalny, Miss Laley, Kost, Lazarus, Schankin, Row Tfwo. Sugarman, Meyer, Donovan, Seldow, Selditch, Travinski, Baldwin, Arnao, Pheterson, Ciampoli. Rofw Threw: Smith, Brodsky, Ferraro, Wolitzky, Granite, Russo, Broikon, Jaffa. Rofw Four: Hoppe, Smithkin, Silbey, Rapkin, Miller, Link, Cohen, Ambush, james, Koepplin. . high honors in . aghleved r- 'lioh Pulpllis OE?1?1ijaiTS,, prcllvidesbilcjrilfrfafgrlimar S nlS , t 1' an to . tnijxiity' to use the iatlhiuggcfple Wh0 Speak lt' with the Customs 0 GERMA H0 QR OCIETY E Q Frou! Rofw: Armbruster, Cooper, Feldt, Miss Peterson, Volz, Muratore, Neubert. Ro-w Tfwo: Wehling, Martyniak, Hannemann, Milosz, Kransz, Staub. Ro-w Three: Wer Haimerl, Zimmermann, Guran, Hoppe, Scher. ner, Welton, ' is Honor SOCICIY f the German to further The purpose 0 ' studying German, . , d ro , d mdustfylm ' e0plCS an , toerilnlqrundefgtandlng of fgurflilagiage in 3 SOCIHI 58 giifer an 0pp0I'tUI11tY T0 use o atm0SPhere' OCIETY sem, . v -A Zellen Schafer, Weiss. Rofw Tzvoi Three' Gerring, Rofw One: Armon, Weiss, Bartell, Mr. De Francesco, Becker, ', Miceli, Volz, Benes, Levy, Pollock, Lasser, Salerno, Trovato, Mlifmn. Rofv - Kessler, Onriel, Kanthnr, Levinson, Swift, Lambert, Aroesty, Knufmfm. 1' Nash- R010 FW'- ' f' Goldstein, Marsey, Lo Ternpio, Levy, Karch, Gettner, Van Dussen jr., Muiiwi- N evid, Levy, land, Ackerman. ITALIA H0 on oclrry ' '-" f' w U r W, fr 22 V ei Pa A e, Q l , yt V, , i l l in Bag- oscenti Sciortino, Miss Rizzo, Mamo, Donateln, Mazza, motfi. Rofw Two: Saturno Debole, Salerno, Tammario, Laurro. Rofw Three: Valone Ferraris. Rofw One: Con , ' M aluso, Mangeiri, , 'no, lnguaggiato, , ar. Foremost among nara, Privitera, ac White, Callerame, Maggie, Lotto, Guggi The members of the italian Honor Society have enjoyed a very active ye ' ' Modern Language party at which italian songs and dances were pre their sented. activities was a 59 i,,,kQ'W5-elf., V FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY Rofw One: Milano, Tejw, Mazzeo, Levy, Albee, Becker, Rosbach. Rolw Tfwo: Ma- jewski, Hordin, Mirella, Seldow, Mr. DeFrancesco, Bellini, Dyer, Legonsky. Rofw Tlzrw: Meyer, Hay, Pines, Saperstone, Passar, Russo, Andrazek, Fitzgerald, Kale. Row Four: Kozel, Wiesner, Fink, Mamo, Kaufman, Carter, Lambert, Ange, Smith. The French Honor Society endeavors to bring to its members an in- teresting insight into the French language. Rofw One: Lasser, Tejw, Kolko, Cherovsky, Mr, Quinn, Mr. Kehrig, Becker, Scher, Weiss, Bloom, Saperstone. Rofw Tfwo: Passar, Shulman, Solkoff, Pierson, Mandell, Feld, Noshay, Alpert, Seldow, Pheterson, Stitskin, Meyer, Farash, Lerner. Rofw Thrrr: Markus, Gold, Wolitzky, Sobel, Adler, Armon, Frankel, Shadoff, Alva, Kauffman, Alva, Abramson, Lambert, Ackerman. Rofw Four: Carper, Nevid, Goldstein, Rosenthal, Miller, Schafer, Miller, Pollock, Snyder, Kanthor, Shapiro, Cherry, Simons, Grossiield. Rofw Fifve: Guttenberg, Friedland, Shapiro, Gettner, Van Dussen, Meiselman, Hawkes, Poppick, Kozel, Abronowitz, Nakrach, Gordon, Posner, Duckman, Karch. SOCIAL SCIENCE FORUM Local, national, and world problems are the subjects discussed in the Social Science Forum. This year's program has included several vigorous debates and an Inter-High School Conference in the spring on problems facing the United Nations. 60 Rofw One: Jubin, Montante, Miss Peno, Mr. Kaiser, Putzig, Brugger. Rofw Tfwo: Adamski, Staub, Lederman, Griffin, Macaluso, Missell, Rofw Three: Czyzewski, Saunders, Gessin, Martens, Schumske, Foos, Saturno. The Craft Guild, cdmposed of honor students of the Industrial Arts Department, has had a very active program during the past year. The most important activity was a successful Sale of articles made hy members of the guild. my , S. , , : at CRAFT GUILD B T' Rolw One: Mazza, Isaacson, D. Pilato, M, Pilnto, Miss Hoefer, Benes, Bovi. Rfmc Tfwu: Ruisi, Roxin, Levy, Miceli, Feld, Cripps, Friel, Dietch. Rau' Tlzrff: Bnrnwrh, Meyer, Coleman, Oknlowich, Alva, Muratore, Pignato, Brwi, Malone. Rom' I-bi., Fallis, Schumske, Estrup, Stingle, Sweeny, Stein, VVntts, jansson, Balco. THE COMMERCIAL HONOR SOCIETY The Commercial Honor Society, hesides recognizing honor students in commercial subjects, acts as a service group to the school. lt also pro' vides its members with excellent social zu-tivitif-Q and qinlitiv-l Qpr-nk,-M. who give valuable and practical advice. 61 Seated: Simg Standing: Cns, Becker, Grossfield Ch Meltzer, Felgspigagfgn, Miller, gcherlrolllltzll. EDITQRIAL STAFF Ui Besides keeping Frank lirllte on ths up to the minute the ge news of the school, Courant", furnishes Seated: Rousso, Shadoff, Benes, Lew, - h fer, Meyer, Feld, Noshay, Alpert, rrerwr., -V Rosen, Adler, Frankel, Chesler, Seluow, r......, , ' Meltzer, Alva, Lambert, DaVola, tv, Kanthor, Pheterson, Sc a ' rstone, Rosenberg, ' Gold, Mrlosz, Barton, ' ' Markus Snyder, Aroes' Rorw Three. Sape Schafer, Abramson, Roth. Rofw Four. Ostrolf, Vroman, Poppick. Rofw Fwe. ' ' Kozel, Kwasman, Grossfxeld. Andraszak, Fmk, Snmons, CIRCULATION STAFF Feldt, Shapiro, Farash, Welngarten, 62 an excellent Opportumty for Pupils interested In ' moving their ability t0 im WritC. LIVAN Miss CATHERINE SUL Adviser 3 s 3 l Sealed: Duckm an, Simons Mille Mever Ruo Essman. . lk, Lottfl, Benes' rl fff1fjjfgTe,lYEmif0 Vaolf, Fitzgerald' DW' 3' Avian In I 1 v Malone. BUSINESS STAFF , r, Grossfield, Becker, Scher, Mulholland. Row T-zen: Weiss V , sso, Shadoff, Stitskin, Seldow, Alpert, Noshay, Fink. Ratw Threw: Pzissar, Gold Abramson, Sobel, Cantor, Saperstone, Granite, VVolitzky, Goronkin. Rofw Four: K ' Vmman, Markus, Andrazek, Fitzgerald, Guttenberg, Shulm. . REPORTERS olko, Lerner, 'in 63 va 9 Rofw One: Kolko, Cherovsky, Rosenthal. Rofw Tfwo: Ackerman, Feldt, Enge- mann, Weiss, Miller. Rofw Thrre: Shapiro, Nevid, Wallace, Lerner. M EDITORIAL STAFF TYPISTS Seated: Alva, Deitch, Meltzer, White. Stand- ing 1 Huber, Benes. CHIEFS OF ST NIR. E. D. BEZANT MISS CATHARINE Chief of Staff Adfvixer ART STAFF Mr. Maurer, Miller. Standing: Kotin, Mastramatteo, Myers, DeVoe, Zollweg. 64 R1w0ne Mll F k ,Q , xx x , 1 I Pollock, Schaefer.Rofw T o: Carper, Guadagnino, VanDuessen, Schulman. gfrzifrii Miloszv Watts' WCISS' Smndiflgf F dl d INDIVIDUAL FEATURE CIRCULATION AND GROUP AND PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHY ADVERTISING AND CASHIERS Standing: D'Orazio, Barton, Ruisi. Sfalfd: Kaufman, Snyder, Schafer, Kanthor, Rosbasch. 1' Q THE SENIOR PLAY 1950 ..an.,... in . 3 L 503001 Beniwh' F""WH 2951 Senior Class of Present! The M1411 . GT hy1YNDeCember 8, 1950 udfy Night of Jan drama in we acts bi AW Rand QN CAST OF SENIOR PLAY ei enes, ietch, Estrup, E. ofw fwo' M Mi er, aerno, Rofw On B D Miller. R T P ll k L ooc, . . ll S 1 asser, Meltzer, Guadagnino. Rofw Three: Friedland, Tettl b ch, Va D , Rosenthal, Cheiry Ler- Y ner Ch k Carper. 66 161 8115 PM' js-I' R EHEARSAL i , Front Rofw: Mrs. Dennison, Cirofisi, Cooper, Palazzo, Hawkes, Christoff, Straight, Amico, Dill, Goosen, Miss Morrow. Rofw Tfwo: Pallazzo, VVeimer, Scarminach, Rosenbloom, Phillips, Mancuso, Puleo, Azzano, Grisoff, Kantor, Mancuso, Miller, VVojcik, Ro-w Thrwe Coleman, Marciano, Hurwitz, Vasilefl, VVittenberg, Clawson, Jablonski, Sywalski, Hallinen, DiNolfo, Schwartz, Grader, Segelin, R0'LL'I'101l!'I Prevost, Grant, Uglialors, Germanow, Healy, Sampler, Kosoff, Wilk, Hopkins, Milbredt, Spector, Masten, Cona, Schultz. Rofzc Fi-vw: Novick, Palleschi, Russo, Cook, Gommenginger, Polizzi, Moss, Dejohn, Smith, DePeueses, Sylvester, Seldowitz, Nloore, Hoes, Battista, Van Epps. JU IOR CHOIR The Junior Choir is selected from the more musical eighth and ninth grade stu- dents. It is preparatory for Senior Choir membership and is one of Franklin's largest and most active groups. Front Row: Miller, Festa, Battista, Kravetz, Mrs. Dennison, Miss Morrow, Stitskin, Straminino, Tillman, Marasco, Zicata, Rofw Two: Schinsky, Chesler, Jaffa, Weinstein, Fink, Mancuso, Cesarone, Levine, Karchefsky, Brodsky, Schulman, Shecter, Rom' Threw: Meerholz, Klein, Good- man, Passantino, Adamus, Lazzara, Unterborn, Shea, Fay, Heeder VVolff, Lautner, Guttenberg, Nahmias. Rnfw Frmrs Robinson, Ashmore, Halwick, Sardone, Sheinberg, Pelechati, Henderson. Colantonio, Kirsch, Mendola, VanGrafelancl, Sutter, Alpert, Sipe, Sotile, Montesanto, Rufw Fifzfr: Lieberman, Ventura, Mendola, Lederman, Linden, Holmes, Bruno, Rubenstein, Abramson, Farash, Raczkowski, Cohen, Thomas, Brown, Amico xxYClIlg3l'fCl'l, Concordia. Q ,r Q- .. . it ' 51 ., 5, 9 5 .,,EEl 'zg. if i 1 , , J, 5 , T.. ..-. . A joy to behold! Th elr music weaves a spgll of bca t.f 1 I A CAPELL d Ro-w' Daanson, First Rofw: Debole, Cooper, Spagnola, Conoscenti, Perrone, Martin. Seton - . Copenhagen, Spoto, Kozlowski, Broikew, Abramson, Tokarz, Hecker. Third Ronwz Bartell, Vincola, Cooper, Giambrone, War6e1d. Fourth Rofw: james, Fraslth, Plehn, Faro, Haimerl, johnson. MADRIGAL CLUB 68 ,f ,- , - . uv ghgs 35? .5 1 V . , xiiifzff,-.1 r . L - gif. A v .L gg: A HR- g New Y 'F' Aff gf. J 4 g . 5, -- if ' X 5 ff Q Ig, 35. , 2 523,12 .. ,E Us -dwg S 'X -- ff' XR , X sf N, S W' K 3 V V7 sa ,X X , ,, X .Z 3, Y K ,,,. sw, , BX , A . K W Q7 A ,K 1 We H M ' K- wr .sv YQ -is W 'f A " Q ff .gif l 4 Q L Wm 9 iff P ' .Qfffi gi x Ay 4 ,ri J -- - ff. A f x V , In it iw , ' ,ig , Q .X K . 's23'::i - , ,v-f-JY 1- Q H' V I. ' we ' - . I 1 X ' w A . ..,., ,1 I .:, , 2 g r' L' S 1- 5 'Q ' ' -ig ,x ff- V .. -T j ' iz: 2 ' 1 . ,,,... ..,kk.V ,....., . ' ff 'ij :SLE -'. gfx, ,val Y KAR ,, ORCHE TRA Franklin's Qrchestra has served our school and communitv in manv wavs lavin . . . P . g for assemblies, community gatherings, and for special programs. On every occasion it has held to a high standard of excellence. All Franklinites are justly proud of our school band. Ar present its members 'ure rcvclling in the possession of splendid new uniforms in the school Colors. BAD 71 www-.K W 4 M Y ROBERT LINDSAY MR. SCAMMEL1 353: SAN, YA: :viii ' my L- , Q21 V , gay H , -. N f fx- ' fA'1a:u.,4, f W Qs A L x A wif' 9 , ,N .V ,K , 'K X ,i K A K3 , M .M Xe? kffggw A' T ii 5 5:0 W 1 g 1? if 4 Xi 'nf sw 52 is X , 'W S Q f W h 3 rm. rw Q? 3 Haig ,, 3 A' il , W W zz 4 , go if A Qc 1 wfvr- ' " "ff-ff ax.. PMN CHEERLEADERS Rofw Une: D, Kulwicz, S. Venieris, C. Weinstein, W. Shelp. Rome Tfwo: J. Tokarz, N. Mastromatteo, N. Albee. The Cheerleaders, the Flag Corps, and the Drum Majorettes are a vital part of our athletic extra-curricular activities since they contribute greatly to the spirit and enthusiasm which is Characteristic of the students and players of Benjamin Franklin High School. T RI-Y AGAPE Front Row: Ferraris, Tokarz Kozlowski, Sigler, Barton, Tro- vato, McEntee. Rofw Tfwo: De- bole, Ruisi, Schoenfeldt, Feldt, Muratnre, Cooper, Valenza. Rofw Tlzrrr: Eiseman, Meyer, Albee, Salerno, Pines, Yaekel, Huber. Rofw Four: Rockow, Hecker, Foos, Duell, Ange, Da- ansen, Estrup. NU DELTA PHI Front, Rofw: Holland, Andra- szek, Kerber, Missell, Geist, Bartosch, Farrant. Ro-'w Taco: St. George, Bunnaccarso, Mac- aluso, Donatelli, Travinski Kondas, Friel. Rofw Thrrr: Wolff, Martens, Spindler, Sa- lerno, Azzano, Kissler, Hend- rikx, Rofw Four: Gerriwf -y Stone, VanVVuyckuyse, La ng, Majewski, Rapp, Lingy, Vrn mann, Hathorn. MEGA PHI PSI ro! Rofw: Hecker, VVagner, rahha, Gattuso, Matkoski, one, Matuk, Higgins. Rofw fwo: D'Amico, Marzano, Ven- to Yawman, Baird, Fonte, Mil- ler, Coger. Rofw Thrfe: Schi- fanes, Nersinger, Broikon, Na- selli, Camarata, Trapani, Nosca, Insolaco, Schlageter. Rofw Four' Herbst, Monachino, Costanza, M a rte n s, Raggio, Devans, Ciampoli, Steffer, Schmidt. Rofw Fifvri J. Schmidt, Baker, Anger- son, Romano, Kabot. Tri-Y Clubs are popular at Franklin and their mem- bers have always been active and generous in all school projects. 1 74 X I . I 0 ' f I 6 4 ,Q I' , ' ' -f' Y'x - HI-Y CENTURIONS Fronl Kufw: Psaila, Maaw Wendler, Catone, VVilsnn, Ilntcli- er, Plati. Row Tfwo: lngnag- glato, johnson, Cioifi, Barringer Y Hammerle, Lntal, Rinere. Rona' Thr-rv: Tillman, Galloway, Schulz, Privost, Swift, Gibbs, Mulholland, Cnlonna, Sweeny. DELTA PHI Fran! Rofw: Corning, VVc-lton, P. Keys, A. Jacobs. Rofw Tfwo' Phelan, Archer, Ciminn, R. Jacobs, D, Tettelhach, F. Tet- telbach,, C. Keys, Vacchetto. SIGMA BETA Front Rofw: Sanders, Manioci, Skalny, Mura. Rofw Tfwn: Kim- mel, Zollweg, Guadagnino, Cacciola, Osburn, Griswold. Rofw Thrfr: Yaniga, Farro, Holliday, Grumetz, Franco, Batt, Perkins. The Hi-Y membership advocates equality in color, race, and creed as a key to peace. HI-Y ALPHA PHI KAPPA Front Rofw: Vaccaro, lnguag- giato, Spinelli, Privitera, Rofw Tfwo: Grader, Laurro, Fiammi, Spaulding, Cordaro. BADMINTON CLUB L. to R: H. Montesantn, Malone jansson, Langfeld, Schlottman Halwick, L. Montesanto. JUNIOR COUNCIL Front Rofw: Viener, Swartz, La- Carazza, Velitovich, Lingg, 'Miss Rizzo, Rnfw Tfwo: Mr. Maurer, Kingsland, Bartosch, Geist, Peterson, Aroesty, Gross- man. Rofw Thref: Marrapese, Baldo, Beckler, Simons, Abron- owitz, Snyder, Swift, Maass, Marvel, Mulholland. N,--of W r Q 5'-:Ji De lice RT D 78 iff W7 f YWGTBALL " ,,,.,Q, e s NICK SORTINO q TONY LUCIANO. ii Wye! The Quakers won the East Side Championship but lost the city title in a close battle. This- year's team was said to be one of the best in the school's history as was shown by the selection of four of its menpbers for the city All-Scholastic team. ees M MR. ZONA BOB JENNEJOHN JIM MARSHALL BASKETBALL 79 BA EBALL . Ba , 'fg1lKC- lax?-3605 v Mr. ks, SortinoGeXardo, ice, Cm' ingefw H ' Do , y Nets dengay Camarigsoxzj sllmnson, Muxa t Row:Alesg,ul:?7:fn5ki, Sable, t ron 3 . 5yavnCYv Rabin, CROSS COUNTRY Front Rofw: DeBrine, Mura Corning, Parlett, Uthman Swift, Skalny. Back Rofw Machonkin, Dean, Griswold Wallace, Tomei, Jacobs, Bergen Mr. O'Brien. Franklin's harriers pro- duced this year their best record in many seasons. 80 ck Row: OCCER Ro-w 0,1 . fig, Comp' Champion, P 1' . ,23:zn?Z?d:H'fnaO Sfs' Vk, 1 M , . , illmajq La , almond, acer, Na 1. ' Vrow B r If Pfevost pol D. M , I'-yan Turan , Yamgi areer, Sarb ' ski M, Row yy Ou. Ro 1 .Klggens 1rf'e: Schu P 10 T.-wo. D , 1 one, Hakmeer- ' rl, ' a sl' W P, TRACK Newman L1eberman. Rofw Tfwo Thru: Kelly, Wallace, Mc- Gary, Till, Valenzu, Porter. 81 Rofw One: .Davis, Ott, Mura, A R Stevens,l Harding, Messmer, Smilach, Skalny, Swift. Rn-w WIMMI Q ,g,,,,,,z. . r ,W he M SV? Q mr .Mr B km CXaus Tet r Second Rofw: ad ' , ,, K moXa, HN First Rofw: Curtis, Graupman, Bishop, Porte . tehaaeh T., Corrxisar P., Gordon, Comisar A. Bark Rofwz Engemann, a Van Dussen, Weissend, Matde, Tetdebach D., james, Mr. Roche. ' ' Xmost a certainty that VVhen Frankhrfs tzmkmen records WRU be shattered. enter a meet, rt rs a WRE TL1 g First R0 , EW, LinidLsrr,.Le1bImar1n, M3 rsh Serond'k,,uafEo?Ci,HPu Orr' " M ' r. garvbou, nrgipileese, Gfeitsefi, - . n Zmglnarro, Tzvirdwalkerl Rofw' King 1 liamg?13g5nSt0He, Bott, Will 82 Id, Peterson, Kolk . .J l TENNIS TEAM BOWLING TEAM Derrig, Napoli, Andressi, Guadaln TUMBLING TEAM 83 WATER BALLET Rofw One: Langefeld, Schlottman, E ngema n n, Marryniak, Halwick Montesanto L., Fink. Rofw Tfwo:Kauf- 1 man, Welsher, Piasecki, D'Amico, Al- bee. Last Rofw: Andrazak, Yaekel Schlageter, Coleman, Montesanto Reiss, Weime r, Wojcik. GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL lwemhers of the Girls' Athletic Council are chosen for their out- standing qualities of leadership, health, scholarship and character. R01-Lv Om: Vasileff, Lazzara, Craft, Unterborn, Ryskowski, LaWandt, Rofw Tfwo: Miss Rodman, Langefeld, Mon- tesamo L., Montesanto H., jansson, Schlorrman, Miss Carnahan. Rofw Tlzrrf: Doyle, VVehle, Wallock, Hal- wick, Biasecki, Malone. Rofw Four: Wehlings, Weisbender F., Weisbender M,, Farrer, Shibley. 40 f - ' we . I J I GIRLS' BOVVLING Rofw One: Yaekel, Calzone, Sisca, Wallock, Farrer, jansson, DeGrave, Schmitman, Robinson. Rofw Tfwo Tudisco, Fish, McAdam, Scrangula johnson, Andrews, Ciaccio, Lautner, Hallinen, Stulpin. Rofw Three: An- draszek, Warner, Piasecki, Wolff, Williams, Friederich, Ashmore, Hayes, Weber, Kabot, Barton. Rofw Four Vroman, Dill, Rachow, Schlottman, Eiseman, Schlageter, Borland, Romano, Pelcher, Wehling, Cook. BARNARD. PORTER. REMINGTON AND FOWLER W. C. Remington-R. I. 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' For Attractive, Well Balanced Meals Pctronize Your Lunch Room Our Best Wishes to the Graduates KOLKO PAPER CO., INC. 440-46 Ormond Street Paper supplies ot every description Cups - Towels - Napkins etc. BAIrer 5808 FEEL ITS FRESHNESS BOND BREAD mrs HONESTLY eooo Compliments BYERS FURNITURE STORE 250 Joseph Ave. GITLIN OPTICAL COMPANY Prescription Opticians ISI Clinton Avenue North HAmiIton 55I I Rochester, N. Y ORCO PETROLEUM and HEATING COMPANY 270 Joseph Avenue Baker 0I80 Compliments of A. J. ALTMAN 8: SON ' Quality Foods At Low Cost Premiums At No Cost H A R T ' S Rochester's Greatest Grocers We Want To Help You We want to do more than the job ot supplying the people ot this com- munity with dependable, low-cost electric and gas service. We want to help you to get the greatest possible benetit trom your use ot these ser- vices. Always at Your Service ROCHESTER GAS and ELECTRIC SUSKIND'S Fine Wall Papers Sundure Painls Window Shades Venelian Blinds Business Prelers RBI Graduales Approved For You By The Board of Regenls of The 53 Sfale Sf. HA. 629I 289 Joseph Ave HA H55 Universily of lhe Shale of New York VOGT'S STORE Dry Goods and Men's Furnishings Locus? 4730 969-7I-73 Clinfon Ave. N. ANDY'S ICE CREAM I I00 Hudson Avenue Lighf Lunches and Fancy Dishes Banana Splil' 3Oc lo SI.0O Ice Cream 35:3 QI., 65c '26 Gal., Sl.25 Gal. See Us After The Game Empire Cleaners - Dyers, Inc. 622 Hollenbeclr Sfreel Glenwood II02 fi ,, nf-f , mfr., ni... zimnffi Ag QRT EU C HUC F I P I T T I NCS IQZ4 CLIFFORD AVE. " f5.5L.'2'.E4.'nL5 'f.f'c,i'a,L.""""' S T A R K ' S FLOWERS 84I Clinlon Ave. N. BAIcer 8448 G. J. KWASMAN Fuel Oils. 24 Hr. Service MOnroe 7829 Good Luck to the Class of '51 Compliments of TAU BETA SIGMA SORORITY BASTIAN BROS., CO. Rochesfer, N. Y. Designers and Producers of Exclusive Class Jewelry Commencemenl Announcemenls Name Cards - Club Emblems - Awards l600 Clinlon Avenue Norlh Phone: Glenwood 3380 Headquarters for Formal Wear Get Your Tux at A. J's. TUX SHOP 735 Clinton Ave. HA. 9033 Open Evenings Success to Graduates Sherman Battery 8: Auto Supply 463 North Street VlCTOR'S STUDIO ROYAL Bridal Specialist Prom Pictures 635 Clinton Avenue Opp. Kroll's LO. 5792 For All Your Garden Needs HART and VICK 55 Stone Street HA. 7250 MARKUS PRINTING 272 Norton St. Glen. 7460 Compliments of the MANHATTAN RESTAURANT 25 East Ave. BEST WISHES to the GRADUATING CLASS from THURSTON CLEANERS YALOWICH BROS. DRUG CO. RELIABLE DRUGS OVER 40 YEARS Athletic Aids such as Athletic Supporters, Knee Ccrps, Ankle Supporters, Abdominal Belts, Trusses, Wrist Bonds, etc. 390 Ioseph Avenue Hamilton 8561 ROCI-IESTER. NEW YORK Facts about the COMPTOMETER SCHOOL Location-3IO-I2 Taylor Bldg., Rochester 4. N. Y. Phone-BAlcer 6003, M. E. Bleslwoy, Mgr. Course-Interesting 8 to IO Weelcs-ln- dividual Instruction Refresher-Special Sl'1ort-Retresher Course now Available Placement-Free Lifetime Placement tor Graduates Classes-Day and Evening, New Classes Every Monday A KEY TO SUCCESS awww Your School Savings Accounl May Be Your Key To Success Save Somelhing Every Week In School When You Save-You Make Progress. ROCHESTER SAVINGS BANK 47 .Main S+ree1' Wes? 40 Franklin Sfreef PATRONIZE THE Beniamin Franklin Cooperative Book Store for QUALITY AND ECONOMY A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Bes+ Of Luck To The Graduafing Class Students, Save Ask For Your School Discounf On All Sporfswear 8: Equipmenl' Champion Afhleiic and Sporfswear Co., Inc. 7l S+. Paul S+. Roches+er 4, N. Y For Hospitality Serve oca-Cola Tse 'Ev' Quality Fuels RING FUEL CO., INC. Television Radio 1604 Dewey Ave. GLen. I748 R A D A R T ROCHESTER STATIONERY 294 Joseph Ave. BA. 4223 Records Ottice Furnishers and Decorators Drink PEE WEE A THE METAL ARTS CO. Manufacturing Iewelers and Stationers RINGS-PINS-KEYS Designs for All School Clubs Jeweled Pins Athletic Trophies Medals Dance Programs Favors School Stationery e 742 Portland Ave. For Information Call Mr. Russell A. lack-BAker 7660 Short and good Manufactured by Rochester Soda Water Co. Compliments of Monroe Coal 81 Coke Co. I25 Hudson Ave. HAmiI1-on 6140 BON JON'S ruxeoo sHoP Complete l95I Styles For all Formal Occasions Proms - Weddings - Banquets Expertly Fitted Open Evenings 700 N. Clinton Ave. BA. l558 LUNCH TIME AT EDDIE'S CORNER Compliments of FARRELL . . FLORIST I279 S+. Paul Sl. Porlrails and Group Piclures in ' 'T I-I E K EY' ' PHOTOGRAPHED BY MOSER STUDIO, INC. 27 Clinlon Avenue Norlh Rochesfer 2, New Yorlr BAlrer 7920 Key Business S+aFF I950-I95I INDIVIDUAL PHOTOGRAPHY Beity Polloclr, Chairman: Elaine Frankel, Elaine Miller, Rona Schafer ADVERTISING Esther Schafer, Chairman: Harold Cherry, Judy Kanthor, Peggy Kaufman, Margof Rosbasch, Isabell Snyder CIRCULATION Irene Milosz, Chairman: Lois Simons, Co-Chair- man: Audrey Barton, Fred Friedland PUBLICITY Jeanne Watts, Belly Weiss TYPISTS Margaret Huber GROUP PHOTOGRAPHY Louis Guadagnino, Joseph Shulman CASHIERS Mariangela D'Orazio, Joan Gudas, Sanfina Ruisi I95I Key Edi+orial S+aFF Catharine Donoghue, Adviser: Martin Acherman, Irwin Cherovslry, Audrey Engemann, Pafricia Fallis, Winilred Felclt, Mordecai Kolho, Seymour Lerner, Myron Miller, Norbert Nevid, Marvin Rosenthal, Melvin Shapiro, Anne Valenza, Rich- ard Wallace, Belly Weiss TYPISTS Shirley Dietch, Jan-et Estrup, Donald Whilze FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY Robert Carper ART STAFF Emil Maurer, Adviser: Don Buclrler, Harry DeVoe, Ted Kotin, Audrey Meyer, Elaine Miller, Nick Masframatlzeo, Allan Zollweg U f'1w'3wf W 4 I Ll 'ff f"5q' Vggfjfy ' yfwfifffy lug MW1iffwf5W L MM? fwgfy ,W fsg 'W 1 2 E ' pjsfffgti - X7 JM '56 x Qf 3559 i?4,h?43Qf ', N wvjtwfwx- yy .QKLwiL.QEoQb7w WW QYFVQM Eg Q33 1 I XeEQb , G iixaigxc Ek ages , ,ggi . 1' iv, 4 7 "KJ" 4 NXT ll f , , rw 9,5 Q7 2 T .,. , TABLE OF CONTENTS HIGHLIGHTS ... .... 1930-1951 ..... .. 1950-1951 FACULTY ... .. 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