Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1953

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Q W QW? 3121-fe-fiiii! r 02 A w e THE 3335! of r'f',49'3?"ijf1953 21'- jiviflf' M M' f 5 fy Sify Qpfiiktfi-r fffiyfbfff W, I ff, rfifjgjf ggi rMf 'Ii gg? . HIGH Rochester, New York Jw- 0 J 555 if Presented by the ' U' ,A SENIOR CL1-xsig W M' in M 'low Wywljrf lf? Q32 Wrfb ,W QTQ4- , 1 WXf5yJ!bWffoAH,v'2S' f 352 Wy XE Q Q '9 xflfbfv Pl1,fff'5fK"f 6,11 vu, x 3 .-1 v , u 1 1 1 4 K ' , D , Q33 XX i 4 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Our School , , X-L. .Q - Tlx X N A 'pq X 1 N ' .N - X ,XF ' ' xx , , x 3 x k Xl 1 f 55: xx, 1 , . X X. X, P . 5 Q8 ' 1 --B -21 -N1 ,E QQ, XTX X L , V . - , ,H A ,3 ?, MR. WILLARD SABIN Our Principal Mill, 'Q ff fx! 4' fW ,glfel-L M, fzvgyvk , 3 f?Mf,Q,J , "WL aj ww W I GW D P ..v we 0 W A, :O of 'A L 0 X ' , ff, fi f ir' EACH AGE IN HISTORY PRODUCES INDIVIDUALS WHOSE OUT- STANDING IDEALS AND ACHIEVEMENTS RAISE THEM ABOVE THEIR FELLOW MAN. WE DEDICATE OUR EFFORTS IN THE 1953 KEY TO THESE LEADERS OF THE PAST WHO, RECOGNIZED IN THEIR OWN DAY, STILL INSPIRE THE BEST IN MANKIND IN GOVERNMENT, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS. CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION-Franklin Delano Roosevelt . ARTS ..., o.,, ....,.. ,...,.....,,,. ,,,4 . . . . Design - Leonardo DaVinci Music - Ludwig Beethoven Practical Arts - Benjamin Franklin COMMERCE-Andrew Carnegie ,. I HEALTH - Clara Barton, Lou Gehrig, LANGUAGE .....,,.i,.,e...,e,.,... ..,,A,,,.......,A. Ancient - Homer Modern Foreign - Alighieri Dante English - William Shakespeare MATHEMATICS - Euclid ..i..,.,.., SCIENCE - Galileo te,...t..,,..,.,.,...t SOCIAL STUDIES - Abraham Linroln SEN IORS ...,....,.,...,,. ...,..........t,........,..., ADVERTISERS . 4 Louis Pasteur , ,... 5 , 11 .. A 21 ,. . 25 37 .. 50 . .,..t 51 52 , ....., 59 'rfqw FZ'-1, QS B QQ, Defy 'ik Vwc 'ff H: Q1-. 5314 K 385 , 'TO SOME GENERATION5 MUCH IS GIVEN. OF OTHER GENERINTIONS MUCH IS EXPECTED. THIS GENERATION OF AMERICANS HAS A RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINYJ' FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT IS TRIQY ADMINISTRATION Mr. Raymond Francis Vice-Prinripal Miss Dorothy Martens Mr. Charles Stalker Girls' Ad1f'IJ'6f Bays' Adviser IN MEMORIAM YN? Mrs. Florence Pitts Girly' Adviser, 1934-1952 6 ADMINISTRATION Miss Louise Coulton College Adviser and Employment Direftor Mrs. Florence Trentman Sfbool Name Miss Agnes Crowley Svbool Pryrbologift qnljr' Mr. George Seils Allendanre Ojfifer GUIDANCE COUNSELORS Sealed: Mr. Hyman Kap- lan, Miss Frances Stewart, Miss Anna Rauber Standing: Mr. Donald Rahrjen, Mr. Robert Smith bs ADMINISTRATION MAINTENANCE STAFF OFFICE STAFF Standing: Mr. Herman Wisotzkeg Sealed: Standing: Mrs. Ruth Burks, Miss Nancy Mr. Larry Irwin, Mr. Eugene Healy, Head Wildzunasg Seated: Miss Rita Isaacson Engineer Wil A 1 X if far ew as I I V 4 If A' 1 V' X f , DIETICIANS Miss Katherine Beecher and Staff W0 U 67 SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE Standing: Sharf, Sherman, o'Keefe, Hallanen, Cook, Sussman, Marsh, Hur- rell, Eggert, McAdam, Mahlg Seated: Weinmer, Archer-Chairman, Seirz 8 From Row Sobel Prrvrtera, Steckloff Sec Second Miss Martens Delaney Fay Manl- Francrs Mr Kaplan Mr Sabin, ADMINISTRATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Fall W .4 . . ...,,4., The Executive Council preserves our democratic principles in conducting the business of the student association. Franz Row: Antonacci-Sec. Mastrolonardo, Maniocig Sec- ond: Miss Martens, j: Sobel, E. Sobel, Stecklolf, Grader, Third. Mr. Stalker, Mr. Francis, Mr Kaplan, Mr. Sabin, Archer - Pres., Pukish-Vice-Pres. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Spring an ADMINISTRATION NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship, character, leadership, and service to the school distinguish upperclassmen elected to this organization. Front Row: Broikou, Sinopoli, Selditch, Granite, Wolitzky, Russo, Second: Cantor, Wagner, Tannario, Miss Martens, Koepplin, Tanenbaum, Abramson, Third: Matkowski, Siplin, Kel- larney, Flaum, Di Giovanni, Morris, Ratnik, Brill, Fourth: Koeplin, Archer, james, Laniak, Mattle, Meyer, Fine, Levine, Grader, Bittker .Z CIISIICS ,IIIIICS Mona Abramson james Archer Co-Standard Bearer Guardian of the Flag C0,5,,md,,,d Bm,-ey JUNIOR COUNCIL Front Row: Zack, Long, Jaffa, Alpert, Baun, Markidisg Second: Mr. Parker, Constantine, DeGrave, Shibona, McAdams, Mura, Mrs. Towers, Third: Dolce, Abramson, Brown, Halwick, Chiapetta, Sipe, Noga., Mareci, Fino, Koepke, Henderson, DeBrine 10 Fl EART5 'Nl I IPUMX TFUCQAE. 'F,,. CARMEN D PURPURA FINE ARTS FACULTY Mr. C. Benjamin Scammell, Mrs. Helen Bloom, Miss Anna. Morrow, Mr. 0. Matthew Lyders, Headg Absent- Mrs. Grace Dennison Mr. Wallace Meyer, Mr. Emil Maur- erg Absent-Miss Marion Tuthill AWARDS Our achievements in music and design win recognition. DESIGN-Scholastic Arts Exhihition, 1953. Adamowicz Allesandro Babusis Broikou Bur e Cook, V. Cook, DiFrazio, DiGregorio, Duell Dugan, Furmusa, Giaquinta, Grammatico, G. Hen- derson, Licata, Malczewski, McAdam, G. Nowak Novitski, M. Palermo, Patzwald, G. Pollack, Ro: manowski, Saracen, Sereka, Simms, S. Simon, Tel- lardia, N. Thomas, Valenti, Vasifelf, Vitale, Warner, Weichbrodt. s s a g ' man, Calcagno, Ciampoli, Cirotski, L. Cohen, M. MUSIC Robert Cohen ..... Clarinet 1951-1952 .... Eastman Scholarship Judith Granite .... ...., P iano 1949-1953 .... Eastman Scholarship 1949-1953 .... Eastman Scholarship D0I121d Meade ---Tfllmpel 1951-1953 ,,.. Eastman Scholasship Jeffrey Hollander ..... Piano Marilyn Johnson ....,...... Rita Martens ................. Y'W'C.A. Loving Cup Frances Pata ................ Rose Marie Spagnola 12 L I FINE ARTS f wif' gg A ,4 M v wi E5 BV CLASSRCOM SCENES Q J 84? X, Q ,ff " Bib Q 13 FINE ARTS 34 41 SENIOI B l C ata Cook Copenhagen DeLorme Dengelewski DiSalvio First Soprano: Alpert, rue, amar , , , , , , l S h'f Schweickhard, Easton, Farwell, Hoover, Hopkins, Lovell, Mastromatteo, Samp er, c iano, Sharrock, J. Siplin, M. Siplin, Soloman, Spagnola, Specter, Wolf, Serond Soprano: Arena, Ave zienis Bean Communale, Guarino, Jaffa, johnson, Kelly, Kopen, La Rocca, Laumer, .Qglia M , Martens, Pata, Pieniaszek, Sotile, Steffer, Stenzel, Tillman, Tokarski, Trivigno ascaro, Vecchiarelli, Wilk, F. Zury, M. Zuryg Firsl Allo: Batusta, Cohen, Cohn, Curtis, Dunsky, Eggert Flaum, Goronkin, james, Kosbab, Palleschi, Passar, Russo EIGHTH GRADE CHOIR Front Roux' Alfieri, DaVola, Korenstein, Rippe, Berkov, Tomson, Heim, DiMeo, Pedulla, Pl b S ith St Geor e Andrews Alongi VanNiel, Olek Man- Second: Frank, Vincent, a um o, m , . g , , , , , , ' ' .' , ' cl W 'k C DiPietro, DiSalvo Beedle Alessandra Manning, Scicglone, Solkoff, Wunder, McDonell, Miss Morrowg Four! Neumann, Aloi, Dingan, Babusis, Yates, Yellen, Pross, Wittmann, Gutkin, Ross, Sirvet, Kolko, Ha ke lin lishg Fifth: Levin, james, Wagner, Briokou, Mrzywka, Cissel, Dyer, Trovato, P 1 S Russo Boclncr Zimmerman, Holley, Syracuse, Porter, Weber, Sxxlb: Posner, Milas, Cabbey Ridikas, Palermo, Mulley, Michielson, Elmore, Lenz, Reitkopp ' 1 cuso Fox' 'Hurd Bloom lxrwpp, Stoehr, Hollan er, ozma , onte, , h: ,- ' . 9. I FINE ARTS CHOIR Seitz, Smith, Swetz, Trapani, Weisbender, Wfolff, Yellen, Velitovichg Second Alto: C. Abram- son, M. Abramson, Broikou, Finkbeiner, Fink, Goodman, Heeder, Kirsh, Linden, Nasea Piasecke, Preston, Raczkowski, Snyder, Ver Plank, First Tenor: Boyer, Fladd, johnson, Mix Puleo, Reynolds, Serond Tenor: Adamus, Barrett, Damico, Haller, Hassett, Hatcher, james, Keyes, Kravetz, Nolle, O'Connorg Baritone: Bramer, Brill, Clayvson, Cook, DtB'artolo, Dobbe- laere, Giordano, Printy, Rossignolo, VanHorn, VanNessg Bang Licata, Meyer, Polizzi, Schroeder, Upton, Zelazny NINTH GRADE CHOIR Iiront Roux' Schmidt, Grace, Yule, Shapiro, Gallo, Arieno, Zackor, Schifano Thomas' Second. Gerring, Levy, Sobel, Hoffman, Rosen, Camhi, VanGmafeiland, Malak, Maraho Miltoh' Third Korenstein, Silver, Palumbo, Privitera, Miss Morrow, Fourth: Sharf Heck Kirchner Di Maria Miller Boncke Kasbohm Kelle lm Rubenstein Armbruster ! ! l ! I , yi ni I Q Pedullag Fiftb: Schmaus, Louth, Neiner, Barned, Wandersee Poshva , , , Ottmar, Hoppe, Adams Barbarita, Greenberg, Abronowitz, Clark, Sixlb: Fox, Ilardo, Mion De Bellis, Przysiuda, Abballe, Hawkins 1 A ln Mrs. Dennison, Zelazny, Hofstetter, Andaloro, Miller, Ware, Cacciola, Beine, Maddalena, ' ' , Nally, Meyer, Sciortino, , Smith, Burns, Vroman, FINE ARTS ORCHESTRA Violins: Astrochan, Bernstein, Burger, Centola, Costa, Delorm, Giuffre, Hollander, Hoover, Hopf, Kleinstein, Minsk, Piasechi, Proeto, Quantz, Rocko- witz, Romanowski, Rosen, Sanow, Sufrin, Wehling, Weisbender, Zobniw, Violas: Schlenker, Spiegel- man, Cellos: Brill, Centqla, Gardner, Glaess, Hoff- man, Levison, Shulman, Wehle, Basses: Marvel, Wilk, Piano: Fasino, Leonardo, Flutes: Kent, Kless, Marsh, Painton, Oboe: Wilson, Clnrinets: Bergmeyer, Dell, Kingsbury, Mazzara, O'Connell, Pullara, Galzana, Wcmlffg Bassoons: Fayer, Valenza, Horns: Chiapetta, Hiller, Meyer, Sussman, Trum- pets: Cresov, Kulp, Kullander, Mead, Polmateer, Weissend, 'I'rombone.v: Mclineany, Meyer, Neer- basch, Swartz, Percussion Instruments: Del Vec- chio, DiSalvo, Polvino, Rahn Cf FINE ARTS BAND Clarinets: Bergmeyer, Bullis, D. Cohen, M. Cohen DiPierro, Dolce, Fantauzzo, Foster, Halwick Kingsbury, Kleinstein, Marianette, Martin, Maz- zara, Pullara, Rinere, Salzano, Shall, Simons, Sny der, Sodick, Winer, Wolff, Flutes: Kless, Marsh Painron, VerPlankg Oboe: Wilson, Bassoon: Fayer Saxopbones: Curatalo, DiSalvo, Frankel, Herbster Latragno,.Storace, Wilkinson: Trumpets: Ackroyo Ciampoli, Colonna, Conchelos, Cresov, Dancy Heeder, Hollander, Kurlander, jackson, Lederman Mamano, Markuso, Mastromatleo, Maule, Mead Mix, Palermo, Pioch, Russo, Speedy, Walker, Horns: Chiappette, Hiller, Sussman: Baritone Saxo- pbones: Haller, Hasset, Warren, Trombones: Aus- tin, Hallinen, McEneany, Meiselman, Meyer, Neer- basch, Strickland, Trent, Walther, Zelaznyg Tubas: Huffman, Lindsay, Pearce: Percussion Instruments. Beswich, Brownell, Cravatta, Curtis, Del Vecchio, Gorton, Polvino, Salerno x 1 FINE ARTS MADRIGAL CLUB Membership in this Honor Society indicates outstanding vocal ability. Front Row: Cohen. Hoover, Cook, Linden, Raczkowski, Abramson, Sampler, Serond: VanHorn, Goodman, Martin, Hassett, Lovell, Hopkins, Reynolds, Third: Barrett, Schroeder, Mix, Van- Ness, Bayer, Nolle, Haller TEACHERS' CHOIR ETERS l CHOIR soLoIsTs STRING QUARTET THE SMOOTHIES I8 PRACTICAL ARTS FACULTY ,mr-1.1 i Front Row: Mr. Robert Clair, Mr. Willis Darling, Mrs. Fannie Emery, Mrs. Elizabeth Ring- wood, Miss Marion Blake: Second: Mr. james Finnegan, Mr. Merl Ringwood, Mr. joseph Kaiser, Mr. William Reed, Mr. Elston Yaeger, Headg Third: Mr. David Blatchford, Mr. George Rentsch, Mr. Arthur Mohr, Mr. William Schlageter, Mr. Emil Maurer, Mr. Walter Tennent STAGE CREW PROJECTIONISTS 4 E , Y I P This service group practices the These students operate projectors fine points of stage production. in assemblies and classrooms. 19 C OU PRACTICAL ARTS mk ? SHOP SHOTS "A 20 ' f Iff izRivig. ,.f' E T' .... EOR THE FINAL ARssTocmcY ff' fu. THE ouEs T1oN wnu BE WHAT HAS THE ff' fi 'X MAN DONE Pon HIS rulows 2 H "'A 1 ,IJ LL LL XM' U ,. J M JI JJ LLLLRLLLLQ ANDREW CARNEGIC J T J, Ll T JJ4' J J Q ' SL'-LL JJ T 'T JJ - LLL-MLN ,L F J XJ T V 3- 'TU' Ep - Q ,EQ ,J 'T T J H n G -TITEHLTZTEE E ? ' f ff x T N f Q T ? Q K5 5 do 3 , 77- A S jf! X gf f X Z h' A .Vi EQ"1'l A' X ffm NX EE EEEE OMWEECE COMMER CE FACULTY Front Row, Seated: Mr. Harold Warner, Miss Abrona Batz, Mr. Samuel Zornow-Head, Mrs. Helen Young, Mrs. Clara Towersg Standing: Mr. Leon Leggett, Miss Anna Rauber, Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer, Mrs. Rose Blank, Mr. Benjamin Lipson Miss Marjorie Pangburn I N M E M 0 R I A M lfranklirz High School, 1930-1952 COMMERCIAL HONOR SOCIETY This organization acknowledges outstanding achievements in commercial subjects. Front Row: Zambuto, Seldow, Selditch, Frankl, Sinopoli, Wallockg Second: Mr. Warner, Mrs. Smith, Kellarney, Alva, Matkoski, Baird, Halwickg Third: Sotile, Laumer, Beal, Trapani, Naselli, Wcmimlridge, Ellis, Fourth: Stone, Richey, Brown, Nanfra, Cooper, Wehle, Lederman, Paprocki, Russo 22 COMMERCE COOPERATIVE BUSINESS CLASSES Part-time occupation provides an outlook to future careers. E3 Q, 'XX Front Row: Sciarabba, Liberi, Naselli, Oliver, Zambuto, Losardog Second: Mr. Leggett, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Smith, Sinopoli, Schlicker, Rousso, Marzanog Third: Muratore, lnsalaco, Rizzo, Wtwimlridge, Protochenko, Mastromatteo, Ellis, Angora, Tutliscog Fourth: Pecora, Barrett, Thomas, Stone, LoTempio, Richey, Tischler, Strong, Paprocki, Harris, Weber, Comisar BOOKSTORE AIDES Dependable students acquire experience in return for service. Front Row: Beal, Noga, Ortolani, Gissin, Schlenkerg Second: Kellarney, Baum, Halwick, Flor- entine, Vasileff, Hopkins, Third: Schmidt, Raczkowski, Wehling, Cooper, Friederich, Toper Grader, Healy, Adams, Heeder, Mr. Warner 25 COMMERCE I 1 A I I J 4 l 57 f 1 N . I ' '4I'wQ Tokens" 1 I , A , 1 "Number, Please' 24 Adding Up the Score HE LT BQ A0 N ,, , Q , Y. mx 4'- 'V QQ M B M wo M Q V , B R 1 wx, ,J Q' ,zffffic . 'X ki 'Z -, -3 X diff A 1 U' :iz bg ' , ,SVT . r 1 ' ' 0 1. ' f" Q , .. ,. 91 . ' I I Nile!! 11 'RYHRX Q9-5' 'MX Pm ,wlelgb . ffff 'Pu-1'-' N 7,7 If 'LOU GE HRIG' - ... BASEBALVS cnsmssr LOWS PASTEUR L EGEND -CLARA BARTON- FOUNDER OF THE ANERICAN RED CROSS 1 SERVANT or HUMANITY THROUGH SCIENCE Joe, CaLca7n0 H E A L TH FACULTY Seated: Mr. Harold Roche, Miss Patricia Carnahan, Miss Mabel Rodman, Miss Barbara Rosenbloom, Miss Adeline Tarbox, Mr. Charles O'Brieng Standing: Mr. Edgar Stowell, Mr. Hobart Hoff, Mr. George Hart, Mr. Stephen DiGeralamo, Mr. Carl Chamberlain-Head, Mr. Burns Beach FIRE AND AIR RAID WARDENS Front Row: Brill, Bess, Ashmore, Tanenbaum, Bittkerg Second: Koeplin, Fine, Goldstein, Wendler, Grader, Koepplin, Mattie Volunteers aid in emergency drills TRAFFIC SQUAD They keetp Franklin's crosswalks sa e in all weather. Front Row: Costello, Second: Janes, Pimm, Militello, Third: Mr. Han, Bott, Beniamin, Stewart 26 HEALTH FIRST AID DRIVER TRAINING ' xx wa. g -, bu! Y XF. i V Q- , ' " 1 Y -N.. , First Aid gives training in the A course in driving provides care of the injured. better teen-age motorists. TENNIS man, D'Amico, Comisnr 1 BOWLING Ridikus, Zeluny, Holliday GCIO, 27 Front Row: Valinsky, Goldman: Sec- ond: Chesler, Koeplin, Michael, Brillg Third: S. Levine, R. Levine, Meisel- H E A L TH FOOTBALL is Front Row: Mr. Stowell, Pukish, DiPrima, Romano, Kuba, Parlet, Gianforte, Curalola, Manioci, Champion, Sproule, Donovan, Mr. O'Brieng Second: Hoffmeier, Fargnoli, Graupman, Ellis, Palazzo, Lana, Passero, Stroater, Lombardo, Storace, Tallarida, Dasta, Amaroso, Mr. Murphy, Third: Navarra, Schue, Tinsmon, Hill, Tubiola, DiBaudo, James, Smith, Graumenz, Halliday, Petromallo, Stevens, Calabrese D15 If so-' Cbvwpv it if-17 If s LEAGUE sconns 94-UAV MMV' t , An inspired Quaker team brings Ffafllflill 13, 152513 12 M :bg the East Side Championship to FfaUk11H 22, MOHDITOC 13 Franklin, only to lose a tight F1'3f1k1ll1 20, Madfsfm 13 Q ly game for the City Championship. Franklin 14, 15111500 6 CITY CHAMPIONSHIP Franklin 6, West 18 Two Quakers win All-Scholastic recognition. I 9? 1",:' Pat Manioci, Guard joe Parlet, Halfback 28 HE A L TH cnoss COUNTRY Q -W 'L . , VX M n- ' 5 wxds ' f bar' Front Row: Slattery, La Placa, Centola, Morris, Petty, Fino, Second: Curry, Shibona, Radford, Onderdonk, Cummings, Laniakg Third: Meyer, Siepka, Grader, Mattle, Koepplin, Mr. Hart SOCCER Front Row: Guelli, M. Guran, Polizzi, B. Guran, Rizzog Second: Petramalo, De Bole, Mannoni, Lurz, Mancini, Third: Bluidnikas, Koba, Malasuskas, Englert, Heck, Grebliunas, Ackroye, Endara, Fiammi, Palmiere, Colonna 29 HE A L TH SWIMNINS if Alf Front Row: Costello, Ciampoli, Trent: Serond: L. Donovan, J. Donovan Burke, Curtis, Weissend, Porter, Mr. Rocheg Third: James, Rauchfuss, Com- isar, Hoffmeier, Schnider, Rockow, Graupman, Heck, McKee , "'f , , . fx 1,- . R, x f , 1 VAI- I , . 0174.1 ,f "" 1 A ' 'J f I V . A WRESTLING ' S Front Row: Petramalo, Simon, La Placa, Lurz, Puleo, Iasconeg Second: Lindsay, Mr. Hart, Slattery, Romano, Sproule, Marciano, Dasta, Wanderseeg Third: Manioci, DiPrima, Palmiere, Painton, Bennett, Stella, Pukishg Fourlb: Petty, Bliudnikas, Curry, Radford, Miller, james, D'Amico. 50 1 I HE A L TH BASKETBALL Front Row: Cook, Morris: Second: Parlet, Ellis, Brown, Montante, Mr. Srowellg Third: Siepka, Tinsman, Laspina, Diem, Amoroso, Stevens, Absent: Grillo KX TUMBLING Seated: Ciampoli, M. Weissend, Painlong Standing: Mr. Stowell, L. Donovan E. Hoffmeier, R. Hoffmeier, D. Weissend, J. Donovan 31 HE A L TH TRACK Front Row: Hollander, Morris, Cook, Mulholland, Koepplin, Tettelback, Gianforte, Stulpin, Archery Second: Mr. Stowell, Battaglia, Onderdonk, Meyer, Mattle, james, Kingsland, Shibona, Valenza, Corning, Jacobs, Third: Brown, Hoffmeier, Weissend BASEBALL X ww ' Mix Front .Row: .Mr. O'Brien, Charles, Heyman, Privitera, Camarata, Sortino, D1 Prnma, Lmdsay, Silverstein, Calabreseg Serond: Knuth, Gelardo, Yur- gealitis, Gelo 32 R. HE A L TH GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL AND LEADERS Fronl Row: Craft, Doyle, Wagner, McNuttg Second: Lggert, Koepke, Wehle Halwick, Piasecki, Miss Carnahan, Tbird: McAdam, Unterborn, Marsh Kelly: Fourth: Raczkowski, Linden, Wehling, Wagner, F. Weisbender, M Weisbender BOWLING Q Front Roux' Meyer, Mahle, Kraszkiewicz, Kirchner, Dockey, Davidson, Tom- son, Zuryg Second: Schlegel, Piasechi, W'ade, Talluto, L. Kabot, Cona, Com- unale, Brownell, D. Kabolg Third: Miss Rosenbloom, Wozniak, Mancuso, Palamar, Bello, Lazzara, Marisi, Craft, Unlerborn, Paluso, Meerholz, jack- son, Malak, Miss Tarboxg Fourth: Boncki, Kelly, Kowalski, Dron, Tech- manski, Schlenker, Borst, Kingsbury, NVillis, Gress, Monachino, Roberts, Forrunatog Fifth: Shapiro, M. W'eisbender, F. XVeisbender, XVagner, Cher- kauer, Balzer, Sutter, Koepke, Schweikhard, Shaff, Doyle 55 1 l V if f Q lf" fl QA H E A L TH 'J M l mf 'LJ CHEER LEADERS x VL lux K V! .yy if K VJ lflff . XJ PNK Q fp M MJ Q sf K. Y Fran! Row.' Seitz, Piasecki, Vento, Zellog Second: Mable, Halwick, Kale, Van Nortwick, Delaney "Fight, Team, Fight!!!" DRUM AND FLAG CORPS 'gy "in-w Front Row: Nanfra, Pignato, Sidoti, Mastrolonardo, C. Antonacci, Losardo, Anlonacci, Mendola, Spinellog Second: Siepe, Salic, Valone, Sortino, Cam- marata, Wallock 34 H E A L TH VOLLEYBALL AND TENNIS Sealed: Eggert, Brown, Arena, Rippe, Celenlano, Unterborng Standing: Wehle, Brumfield, Poshva, Kabot, Luks, Linden, Wandersee, Tillman BASKETBALL AND SOFTBALL 4 4 1 ' 1 . 1 w i,r Front Row: Craft, Doyle, Kelly, Eggen, Miss Carnahan, McNun, McAdam, Unterborn, Gay Second: K. Wagner, Linden, Raczkowski, Koepke, Halwick, Piasecki, G. Wagner, Wehle Marsh, Third: M. Weisbender, Wehling, A. Wagner, F. Weisbender 35 GUAGE X T X T ,M 5 A X T' if V , - ' . f' 2 K' gf My -f . w L..T Tay, ' if X ' W, T' V . X x my ,A Ayi' ' 1 Ng s - Z f ' 4 "soo moe A VARIED UNIVERSE, 7 'T AND SO CREATED UNDERSTANDINGS DIFFERENT-- WHICH OUGHT T0 MAKE U5 SLOMI T0 CRITICIZEU' DANTE N! I wouLD You wouw MAKE use OF THAT coop wvsbom .45 WHEREOF 1 ucNow You ARE ' FRAUGHT. " WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE URGE HIM WITH TRUTH TO FRAME HIS FAIR REPLlE5g AND suns HE wn.n.,roR WISDOM NEVER LIES TOC CaLca7no I 1 T-:OMER L A N G UA G E ANCIENT, AND MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE EAGULTIES Sealed: Miss Flora Rizzo, Miss Irene Hess, Mrs. Ida Warner, Miss Agnes Peterson, Standing: Mr. Dominic Deliranpe 0-Head, Mr. Donald Rahtjen, Mr. E. DeMars Bezant-Head x, fx C- wi 1-c,g'--' FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY They learn the French language customs in an guise Front Row: D'Amico, Zack, Wolitzky, Cantor, Taylor, Serond: Mrs. Warner, Modiano, Thiele Rosen, james, Welch, Mr. Delirancescog Third: Abramson, Derman, Heck, jaffa, Broikou Hayes, Hoffman, Zelazny, Makuch, Wasileffg Fourth: C. james, Jacobs, Nakrach, Conchelos Hawkes, Shulman, Chesler, Sheinberg, Flaum, Van Nortwick, Burgeman 38 r Q LANGUAGE GERMAN HONOR SOCIETY Outstanding students in German learn the culture of one of the world's most honored languages. 0 'e ik Front Row: Zobniw, Shchurowsky, Meerholz, Hoppe, Hanemann, Markus, Second: Ratnik, Wehling, Miss Peterson, Tanenbaum, Nuth, Machonking Third: Marryniak, Luks, Vilunas, Thiele, Krasnowolska, Symigel, Burenko, Horodetzkeyg Fourth: Koepplin, Slapelis, Levine, Bliudnikas, Meyer, Martin, Rauchfuss, Berger, Morris ITALIAN HONOR SOCIETY Students prollcient in Italian continue study in a social atmosphere. ix Front Row: Sciangula, Sidoti, Narsala, j. Sinopoli, Antonilto, Scarminach, DiMitro5 Serond: Perrone, P. Camarara, Gattuso, Longo, lnguaggiaro, Marinerle, Scacciag Third: Privilera, Marzano, K. Sinopoli, J. Cammarata, Zello, Mendola, Lockhart, Schifano, Vento, Tannariog Fourlh: Schifano, DiPrima, Raggio, Warner, Mr. DeFrancesco, Marisi, Tudisco, Constantine, ,fDiGiovannig Fifth: Grader, Tutrobene, Proeto, Maggi, Fraina, LaPietra, Palleschi, Nanfra, Spinello 3 9 LANGUAGE Front Row: Goronkin, Hurwitz, Wtmllcmch, Sampler, Baird, Matkoskig Second: Toper, Hollander, Newman, Cohen, Kurlander, Granite, Hoffman, Gillette, Third: Belfor, Sutter, Cona, Farash, I W'erthein1, Ellis, Diem, Kost, Schankin, Wagner, Ambush, Fourth: Baldwin, Russo, Castel, Nahmias, Shaub, Cresov, Kusel, Weinbaum, Levy, Dunn. SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY One of our largest groups, this society gives recognition to students proficient in Spanish. it me w. if 1? I V' lfront Row: Thomas, Levine, Price, Kaufman, Roxin, Broikou, Ciampolig Second: Selditch, Selzef, Easton, Mr. Delirancesco, Wfolitzky, Palleschi, P. Jaffa, Margolis: Third: Rousso, Fein- berg, Fiammi, Morris, Shulman, XVells, Kleinstein, Schaffer, Herhst, Wilnicvntg Fourth: Colonna, Smithken, Aroesty, Silbey, james, Koepplin, Vin Cola, Skalny, Navarra 40 0 GROUP II LANGUAGE Front Row: Cantor, Paluso, Brownell, Wittenberg McAdam, Kellarney, Sobel, Second: Andrews, Klein, Cohen, Shulman, Weingarten, Jaffa, Sardone, Mr. Rahtjeng Third: DiGiovanni, GROUP I Chesler, Abramson, Flaum, Jacobs, Palermo, Miller, Kabot, Wtmllif, Koepkeg Fourth: Rackowski, Hawkes, Mylins. Kravetz, Samloff, Stoddard, Lederman, Archer, Meyer, Meiselman LATIN HONOR SOCIETY Students of Latin seek to further their interest in the culture of ancient Rome. 'Q Front Row: Kantor, Leonardo, Seitz, Fantauzzo, Schafer, Tannario, Welch, Alpert, Second: Fayer, Saurini, Shulman, Baker, Rosen, Sheinberg, Jacobs, Miss Hessg Third: Marsh, Hoover, GROUP Il Adams, Lipsky, Brill, Goldstein, Winer, Neerbasch, Dancy, Barrett, Fourth: Lurz, Tanen- baum, Proeto, Bittker, Fine, Markus, Gould, Ogden, Shibona, Jacobson, Levine 41 L A N G UA G E ENGLISH FACULTY Front Row: Miss Sara Turner, Mrs. Dorothy Fraser, Miss Irene Hess, Miss Catherine Sullivan- Head, Mrs. Bell Sherman, Miss Miriam Leving Second: Mrs. Grace Knitter, Mr. Lester Parker, Miss Edna Bayer, Mrs. Dorothy Redding, Mrs. lda Warner, Miss Catherine Dgnoghueg Third: Mr. Roger Applebee, Mrs. Martha Dejohn, Mr. Warren Humphry, Miss Harriette Cochrane, Miss Lois Rowley, Mr. George Toms, Miss Eleano Harger, Mr. George Dischinger. l .. -f-A 1' ---f'-5.23 fi' -4"" ,-rf' The CANDLE displays the literary skills of Franklin students. 8:15 CLUB Under guidance of Miss Sullivan students seek background in literature. 42 LANGUAGE l 1 :Jr Cf i rr 1- anuu- fJl,n- MAIN LIBRARY AIDES These students acquire library skills while serving the school. ENGLISH BOOKROOM AIDES These volunteers help sort and distribute English textbooks. RADIO WORKSHOP This group informs Franklinites about school activities. font Row: Burgeman, arrman, Rubin, Friederick, iltong erond: Van Graafeiland, arsh, Halwick, Brown, ells, Alpertg Tbird: Markus, ripi, Giuffre, Sharf, Barbarita, . Hurrell, Fourth. Cook, haetier, Sussman, B, Hurfell 43 LANGUAGE I I R I , M I .025 7 Events at Franklin live aga EDITORIAL STAFF Miss Catherine Sullivan, Adviser Sealed: Cantor, Wolitzky, Sland- ing: Navis, Greenberg, Schul- man, Weingarten, Markus, Zack, Chesler REPGRTERS AND TYPISTS Front Row: Silvers, Hurwitz, Zacker, Price, Cona, Kraszkiewiczg Serond: Marcus, Weingarten, Cantor, Zack, Wcmlitzky, Chesler, Shulman, Navisg Third: Shadolf, Hollander, Modiano, Simons, Noshay, Kantor, Yates, Gissin, Rousso: Fourth: Altre, Kurlander, Migdol, Kozel, Alva, Adler, Kraft, Guttenberg, Graver, Tripig Fifth: Shaub, Balzer, Goronkin, Nichols, Sardone, Sutter, Koepke, Wehle, Baldwin, Kabotg Sixth: Tillman, Ambush, R. Levine, S. Levine, Grader, Wagner, Gold, Shapiro LANGUAGE tg Q ff . 5-. 5 .3321 ,ima BA I Am 1 the pages of our newspaper. BUSINESS MANAGERS Mr. Samuel Zornow, Adviser Standing: Schulman, Weingar ten. Chesler CIRCULATION, PUBLICITY, CASHIERS, ADVERTISING Front Raw: Klein, Wolitzy, Smith, Sniderman, Selditch, Granite, Rousso, Alpert, Second: Gold, Alva, Shadoff, Rosen, Weingarten, Chesler, Schulman, Noshayg Third: Shulman, Sampler, Sotile, Hollander, Belfor, Fayer, Lipson, Sollomon, Kaufman, Price, Hurwitz, Schafer, Price, Fourth: Comunale, Lederman, Shapiro, Miller, Sutter, Zack, Sardone, Wehle, Sobel, Raggio, Kramer, Camarata, McAdam3 Fifth: Ambush, Nakrach, Wells, Cohen, Koepke, Welch, Graver, Wagner, T. Hoffman, M. Hoffman, Silver, Schaffer, Sixth: Jacobs, Wehling, james, Balzer, Hawkes, Posner, Goronkin 1.7 Seated: Rosen, Higgins, Cohn, LANGUAGE EDITORS Seated: Markus, Sobel, Granite, Abramson, Selditch, Nichols, Standing: Fine, Tanenbaum, Grader, Bittker, Brill, Levine In these pages lie tangi TYPISTS PHOTOGRAPHERS Seated: Russo, Alva: Standing: Nich- 524124-' C0hfl, Koeplin, 553080133 ols, Sniderman. Standing: Valinsky, Brill, Thiele 46 ARTISTS Seated: Nanfra, Passar, Ciampoli, Les- slieg Standing: Aroesty, Shaub, Mar- kus, Calcagno, Purpura M L A N G UA G E memories of our school. PUBLICITY AND CASHIERS Seated: Russo, Paprocki, Wfolitzky: Standing: Baird, Matkoski, Ellis, Per- rone ADVERTISING AND INDIVIDUAL PHOTOGRAPHY Seated: Navis, Van Nortwick, Alpert, Hartman, Standing: Shadoff, Rousso, Cohn, Stecklolf, Rapkin CIRCULATION Y' Front Roux' Perrone, Liberi, Sidoti, Camarata, Antonitto, Navis, Tannariog Serond: Privivtera, D'Amico, Noshay, Alpert, Goronkin, Gold, Rousso, Shadoff, Cantor: Third: Schifano, Yellen, Pata, Gattuso, Coger, Shapiro, W. Weinstein, Van Nortwick, Sisca, Broikou, Ftederico, Marinetti, Dunskyg Fourth: Walltick, Kraszkiewicz, P. Weinstein, Wendler, Berger, Laurro Sotile, Brown, Halwick, Cooper, LoManto, Kellarney, Palleschi, Kzbotg Fifth: Vin Cola, Greenberg, Lambert, Stevens, Chizuk, Braam, Posner, Gould, Goldstein, Rockolf 47 KA LEIDOSCOPE 'N- I I JI . 12:30 RELIEF FINDING THE ANSWERS NJA Nll WORKING EDITORS ,JI L. JUNIOR DAY, 1952 48 LINCOLN THE STRONGEST BOND OF HUMAN SYMDATHY, OUTSIDE oF THE FAMILY RELATION,SHoul.b BE ONE umrmc ALL ORKING PEOPLE, OF ALL NATIONS, AND TONGUE S AND KINDRE DS CCIALSTUPIA "THE FACT THAT SOMETHING CAN BE DONE ONLY WITH EFFORT OR DILIGENCE OR WITH GREAT EXPENDITURE OF TIME DOES NOT RENDER IT IMPOSSIBLE GALIILIEO . , S T fi f-Q, RE IS NO'ROYAL ROAD T0 LEARNING." EUCLID MATHE MAT ICQ VQJWOVOTI MATHEMATICS Front Row: Mr. Arthur Andersen, Miss Cleland, Second: M . Taylor-Head, Mrs. Dorothy Morsheimer, Mr. J. Jenner Hennessy, Mrs. Clara Bode, Miss Helen Donnellan, Mr. F. Ray- mondBoland IN MEMORIAM .ss 9 Mr. Carroll Potter Franklin High School, 1930- 1952 SLIDE RULE CLASS These pupils save time solving mathematical problems by learning the use of the slide rule .M-gn SCIENCE FACULTY . ' t 47 U. 4. . Sealed: Miss Esther Callahan, Mrs. Mary Lash, Mr. Harold Miller-Head, Mrs. Edna Daly, Mrs. Marguerite May, Mr. Howard Edwards, Standing: Mr. Harvey Thomas, Mr. Anthony Betten, Mr. Hyman Kaplan, Mr. Arlo Carroll, Mr. Robert Smith GREENHOUSE CLUB , K , 0 t The Greenhouse Club belongs to the Carvers and Burbanks of tomorrow. CHEMISTRY CLASS Ll. Nature reveals her wonders to the inquiring student. 51 fl SOCIAL STUDIES FACULTY Seated: Mrs. Helen Villone, Mrs. Florence Wuerges, Mr. Raymond Iman-Head, Mrs. Doris Fuller, Mr. Matthew Holfmang Standing: Mr. Harold Swarthout, Mr. Frank Hosic, Mr. Isaac Chapell, Mr. Ernest DuBois, Mr. Edward Quinn, Mr. Franklin Kehrig The Rochester Association for the United Nations sponsors our Teen Age Diplomat from Germany. Hcino Thielc Our students voice their opinions on the "junior Town Meeting of the Air." Mancini, Tannario, Mrs. Wuerges, Alpert, Thiele n 52 SOCIAL STUDIES SOCIAL SCIENCE FORUM Upperclassmcn listen to guest speakers, and discuss social, economic, and political problems of their day Fronl Row: Wfoods, Tannario, Klein, Zack, McAdam, Hallinen, Welch, Wagner, Serond: De Brine, Hawkes, Wehle, Posner, Jacobs, Brill, Schulman, Di Giovanni, Third: Mr. Kehrig, Wells, Weingarten, Brown, Schaffer, Wehling, Cohen, Chesler, Roxin, Thiele, Endara, Mr. Iman, Ifourrlar Levine, Koeplin. Archer, Merkel, Damico, Ratnik, Martin, Braam, Nakrach, Greenberg, Berger, Valinsky, Ambush CONGRESS OF CURRENT EVENTS Eighth and ninth graders express their views on world affairs. Front Roux' Wfojcik, Kovel, Hollander, Zury, St. George, Camhi: Second: Mr. Du Bois, Mrs. Fuller, Kelley, Shrager, Poshva, Greenberg, Clark, Mr. Hoffman, Third: Kasbohm, Zimmerman, Milton, Knopp, Sears, Thiem, Van Graafeiland, Lederman, Maddalenag Fourth: Vroman, Kunkel, Marshall. Barbarita, Pesko, Harasymchuk, Lucyshyn, Burns 5,5 l I ' E SOCIAL STUDIES ALPHA PHI KAPPA J-I-' ,av -44 Sealed: Constantine, Vin Cola, Privitera, Grammatico, Chiappettag Standing: Marciano, Di Salvo, Scarpulla, Lo Manto, Stacker, Grader PHI GAMMA Sealed: Maratta, Langg, Walen- tas, Tinsmon, Paintong Sland- 'ng: Halwick, Stella, Kulp These are high school di- visions of the Y.M.C.A J -,. , A govt was f 54 SIGMA BETA Front Row: Martyniak, Sweet Atwater, Calabreseg Sefgnd james, Gianforte, Xaniga, Wan: dersee, Sproule, Radford, Third Manioci, Hassett, Bucci, F, Skali Skinny, Gfaumfnl, Yurgealitisi nyg Fourth: O'Connor, Mura, j Lurz Qabsentj r A V' Au 'Qjk 1 L W foo" v fum V kjvk A-'L K MW WC1AL STUDIES Ufqmjjmjjiit, W They aint to dffatdygaintain, and extend throughout the community the high ideals of Christian living. xlgi NNN! Xy,xQ Q6-JT Xue tif-Um W A kv KP KW no QL - lwlt, ggfi 13 Pull Vimptuivue Ion if 0 1:- H, 0 ,L Q rd NA Fino Porter Gibbs Barrett Yaeger Colonna DELTA PHI Front Row: Archer, Jacobs, Curry Littmang Second: Martin, Phelan, Pet: ramalo, Slattery, Merkel Shibona Third: De Brine, Mattle: Stoddard, Dobbelaere, Speedy, Kiess, Bramer. will fl1flf'1J9'l'L :lf U, VPQylLu'!4'A!vL!Lk br Pill lA,l,4UVJ4'f4.l Q lf, Q 5 55 ,MVK 0 SOCIAL STUDIES OMEGA DELTA PHI Gs,- Front Row: Miss Turner, Mendole, Hayes, Ashmore, Bowdey, DeGrave, Fay, Second: Longo, Zello, Wallock, Guarino, Burt, Oglia, Bertola, Bellini, Andrews, Wil- liams: Third: Yurgealilis, Towner, Delaney, Borland, Brown, Bruno, Markidis, Baun, Mrzywka, Parma, Mahle ri These high school groups of the Y.W.C.A. aim to grow in friend- ship with people of all races, creeds, and nation- alities. ALPHA SIGMA CHI 1 1 Q , G 6 . a I ' ' . g Q X :af , Front Row: Cirotski, Schifano, g . S A- Q I ' 9 -:Q - Kabot, Comunale, Hoover, Seitz, J ' - ,, .p A t -6 'H ' if Kingsbury, james, Serond: Lon- ' v X, V - 'A N -f J' , V .- T N:-Ta go, Arena, Lipani, lJiSalvio, ' "-' Q ' rl ' " X 5 ' B Bello, Mancuso, Alfieri, Spam- ' , -L I Wy. s- Q . X pinatog Third: Rusxer, Kosbab, kt , . Q'-' 'A S' nf' Borsr, Hallinen, SchaHer, Mc- W, ' ' 3 e of L Cormick, Cona, Zizzo, Kraszkie- I 3 l , -11 wiez, Masten, Frumusa, Guarino ' " ,N - , , Z' L 1 1 r i , ' ,,,. .. I -l L-677 SIGMA DELTA PHI Front Row: Palamar, Taylor, Noga, Vecrhiarelli, Zury, Laz- zara, Valoneg Second: Beal, Pia- secki, Toper, McAdam, Wells, Cooper, Marsh: Third: Shelden, Halwick, Sardone, W e h l e , Wolff, Heeder, Heck, Laumer, Patzwald, Talluxo, Saurini, Ma- risi, McCormick, Fourth: M. Weisbender, F. Weisbender, Adams, Swetz, Srokosz, Linden, Raczkowski, Hladun, Kilgras, Sutter, Kirsch, VanGraafeiland, Henderson 56 Helping others and having fun are all a part of the program DELTA OMICRON Front Row: Liberi, D'Amico, Perrone, Baird, Gartuso, Stathisg Second: Palleschi, M. Russo, Si- doti, Nanfra, Trapani, Marzano, Lesslieg Third: Nichols, Rosen- bauer, Camarata, Roberts, Rizzo, Fonte, Naselli, Para, johnson, Martens, Spagnolag F o u r t b: Herbst, Sisca, Stelfer, Matkoski, Ciampoli, Broikou, Margolis, Frederico, Schifanog Fifth: Wag- ner, Stone, Van Nortwick, Gress, Monachino, Forrunato, S. Russo, Insalaco, Kabot, Schmidt SOCIAL STUDIES QUAKER Y-TEENS Front Row: Schifano, Yule, Gallo, Miller, Andaloro, Lyndon, Second: Oliver, Pearce, Foster, Snyder, Schmidt, Sheldon, Mattisong Third: Kasbohm, Boncke, Kirchner, Ver Plank, Vacchetro, Dron, Giulfre, Brownell, Shragerg Fourlb: Pesko, Poshva, Vroman, Burns, Smith, McManus, Preston, Cissel ALPHA SIGMA CHI II Front Row: Finkbeiner, Lee, McNurt, Kelly, Eggert, Doyle, Scarminach, Grabowski, Sec- ond: O'Keefe, Vasileff, Wilk, Chudanski, Weimer, S u t t e r, Watkins, Woods, Di Salvo, Third: Cherkauer, Balzer, Shaff, Hopkins, Healy, Roesch, Grader, Di Cicco, Stenzel, Kamola SOCIAL STUDIES PHILATELIC s OCIETY Ng-K Franklin stamp collectors find an outlet for a common interest. Franklin holds its presidential campaign. LIBRARY AIDES Rae Jacobs speaks for Dwight D. Eisenhower at the election assembly. Students gain practical knowledge by helping in the Social Studies Library 58 "THE GREAT OI 'IIIIL EAIITII MAY NOT BE KIXIINIIL T0 US IN PER' CAN LIVE IN Jon, am' wr THE COMPANY OF THE GREAT, THROUGH ow Mmus, mnouou ouw ASPIRATIONS ANU OUR IDEALS,Tl-IROIJGH ow HEuu woucmp, ANI, THROUGH ous: ATTEMPT TO :Muna THE NQIALEST we IfNOW."..........Fncrv71rv.Qus I I I f 1 xx f X X I T. ' T I T ini-oi K-,Q-fx ! yL!yt2L 1 If 'lx 'v- ,l'sC1vx,X-. ,L-h1,L,J K vfn,,,,.f'EA L' 'iq LOAQJ +- ,. 0 LAI' I A -1-41. -.J-L Lv' f,L.,.fJm.A, gm.. q. - T , 'ji 324-T-,QI-..u,4.., M ' , fljfrv I 14,1-71,5 BIL- I , -1, It Ugrt-XXV' .K A., 6'-"'r-.,fv- ilk-Q , 1 ,bf-ff'-d 4, I A , 1 I ij , -W5 J ..,..,,,j, J MLK- svn-f-'Q 1t,,k4-'hff,w,, . VL- x x .4 ' Ka' K" 'T ,I 1. PM Lvffff MM-+ Q3 UL , ,ir-Vp! ,Qxrgl L xa.1i:.'k' JLfVf1xiN4,vo vw- .f'T'LfVWT ' .' .I X x If QM 1 Q I 'ILII w , I CLASS OF I 953 OFFICERS ADVIS ER S 5 5 Mrs. Helen Martin Mr. Raymond Iman COUNCIL Seated: Hecker, James Cantor Standing: Privitera Vin Cola I W ELLALC "1 Front Row: Gold, Nanfra, Privitera, james, Cantor, Vin Cola, D'Amicog Second: Mr. Iman, Monachino, Para, Margolis, Roberts, Stathis, Alva, Stek- loff, Anronacci, Sniderman, Mrs. Matting Third: O'Connor, Greenberg, Weinstein, Fine, Pukish, Goldstein, Halliday, Domina, Palamar, Morris, Gress 60 Lx 2 IHONA ABRAIHSON 15 Hudson Avenue FRANCES ALPERT 2 Athens Street CLASS OF . X t 19 o WILLIAM AGNELLO 47 Clairmount Street I 953 P JOHN AIELLO 104 Hebard Street RACHEL ALVA 3 Morris Street A. RICHARD ANTINARELLI 400 Fernwood Avenue NORMAN AROESTY 52 Nye Park w CONCETTA ANTONACCI 287 Sneck Avenue 11 'U 1' WILLIAM ASHMORE 3042 Culver Road NICK AMOROSO 86 Nichols Street ANGELA ANTONITTO 40 Helena Street PATRICIA BAIRD 10 Dejonge Street ANTHONY ALOI 300 Marne Street 6? MARILYN ANGORA 7 Schauman Street JAMES ARCHER 201 Walzer Road K Q .Xa if 1 . 4 DONALD BAKER 710 Eaton Road CLASS OF 1953 PHYLLIS BAKER DAVID I E JOHN BARRINGER . .--W D 1256 Clinton Avenue, North 182 Wakefield Street 308 Clifford Avenue 17 Evergreen Street Q BECKER 68 jewel Street 236 Arbutus Street AMIN RICHARD BERGEN 18 Peckham Street CHARLES BERGER DONALD BESS 116 Wtrodbury' Street 131 Dorbeth Road 20 Vose Street 530 Bay Street JOAN BILODEAU MORTON BITTKER 327 Clifford Avenue 18 Avenue A West NANCY 160 Oakridge Drive 690 Clifford Avenue Irondequoit 62 CLASS OF 1953 'F- IVILLIAM BRAAM MORTON BRILL KRISONTHIE BROIKOU 585 Wilkins Street 95 Hanover Street, 6-SH 132 Baycliff Drive 3 RICHARD BURKE 1504 N. Clinton Avenue ROGER BURKE 1304 N. Clinton Avenue JOSEPH CALCAGNO 40 Klein Street JANICE BURGEMAN 116 Weyl Street 4 fi.-G ,J 455' 'llflw ,re ., .J 'nw qyfrf N551 i .Ji ,. ,N L ff All RUSSELL CALCAGNO 40 Klein Street ,...x PAULINE CAMARATA JOAN CAMMARATA CHARLES CAMPBELL ROCHELLE CANTOR 51 Cole Street 500 First Street 115 DelMonte Street 246 Navarre Road EUGENE CARROLL ROBERT CHERWONIK JOSEPH CHIZUK 858 North Street 55 Morris Street 37 Peckham Street 63 DOLORES CIACCIO 59 Springfield Avenue CLASS OF I 953 an 'I MARIEANN CIAMPOLI 28 Hargrave Street LORRAINE COGER MIRIAM COHN 1028 North Street 108 Avenue E IEANNE CONCHELOS MARVIN COOK GERTRUDE COPENHAGEN 198 Mohawk Street 68 Hinsdale Street 8 Wadsworth Street Q it ROBERT CUTT DOROTHY D'AMICO RONALD DANGLER 496 Garson Avenue 57 Ramsey Park 225 Portage Street AA CAESAR DE LORENZO GIORGIO DI GIOVANNI MATTHEW DI PIETRO 309 Joseph Avenue 1359 Clifford Avenue 95 Springtield Avenue 64 RHEA COMISAR 69 Evergreen Street GARY CURTIS 87 Lake View Avenue ANTHONY DE GRAZIA 1255 North Street MICHAEL DI PRIMA 5 Woodford Street CLASS OF 1953 1 ',,f GEORGE DOMINA EDWARD DOUGHERTY DANIEL DREWS PHYLLIS DUNSKY 8 Henry Street 48 Teresa Street 21 Laser Street 24 Rauber Street AUDREY ELLIS 512 Lake Avenue 420 joseph Avenue 27 Wellesley Street 41 Lowell Street HARVEY ELLIS FIDEL ENDARA ROBERT FEDERICO Q, ""t if 6? Af 'H ' '45- 1 K Fl . ' rx J. xx GEORGE FEDIGAN 225 Ernst Street 1' PAUL FEINBERG S. THOMAS FIAMMI MARGARET FICO 45 Long Acre Road 148 Florack Street 136 Third Street fx. il PAUL FINE INA FLAUM ANTOINETTE FONTE BRUCE FORD 48 Northview Terrace 10 Morris Street 2304 CliHord Avenue 1607 Norton Street 65 .,' la f 19.54 f. CLASS OF I 953 f PETER FORTE MARIE FORTUNATO DONALD FRAINA RITA FRANKL 185 Norran Drive 102 Avenue C 24 Mohawk Street 51 Gorham Street GERALDINE FREDERICO x MEYER FREEMAN 88 Newcomb Street 18 Morris Street rt MILTON GASTEL JOYCE GATTUSO 60 Kohlman Street 3 Lansing Street Q in ROBERT GIANFORTE MICHAEL GIGLIO 46 Avenue A 181 Norran Drive IOHN GAGLIANO 709 Bay Street .,4 -Q I . L gg-5 f 1 .uf ' .1 A4 .1-Li-fifgiifwq IKKKQIS t 9 ,S i A ' 1 2 fl fix, I is ii A MICHAEL GELARDO 53 Longcroft Road 13' SHEILA GOLD 27 Alcazar Street 66 JEAN GALLAGHER 547 Portland Avenue FRANK GELO 24 Radio Street 'K x LA WREN C E G OLDST EI IN 94 Sellinger Street CLASS OF 1953 If I l . MARSHA GORONKIN 48 Maria Street JUDITH GRANITE 452 Avenue D PATRICIA GRESS 160 Springfield Avenue MURRAY GOULD 102 Northview Terrace KARL GRAUMENZ 99 Chevalin Street JACK GUGGINO 201 Ernst Street JEROME GRADER ANTHONY GRAMMATICO 19 Sullivan Street 1714 Norton Street HYMAN GRAVER JERRY GREENBERG 60 Rialto Street 155 Norton Street S-.' - F Cf' 1 BRUCE GUITE 44 Galusha Street .4 , 4 8 I 6 -- .. L , DONALD HAEUSEL CHARLES HALLIDAY EVELYN HANEMANN 127 Evergreen Street 931 Clinton Avenue North 269 Broadway 67 BOHDAN GURAN 25 Merrimac Street . M. -. 'TT CAROLE HARTMAN 41 Malling Drive CLASS OF I 953 HEEDER 219 Hudson Avenue 25 Treyer Street 38 Evergreen Street Place GEORGE HERTWICK DOROTHY HIGGINS JANE HILL ROLLO HOFFMEIER 95 Hemple Street 33 Moulson Street 119 Kelly Street 84 Ketchum Street RICHARD AGGIATO MARY INSALACO IOHN IUPPA EDWARD 66 Cummings Street 1108 N. Goodman Street 7l Malone Street 201 Duman Street J CHARLES JAMES TAMARA IANCHUK MARILYN IOHNSON LORRAINE KABOT 122 Winterroth Street 65 Nassau Street 12 Durgin Street 1716 North Street 68 . K S WM ,J CONSTANCE KAPUSCIARZ 45 Rustic Street it BETTY KNOBLES 25 Nichols Street KENNETH KOWALEWSKI 1612 North Street c -'fw,, v- .- . Tl OXANA KUSHNIR 36 Rhine Street CLASS OF 1953 STEPHANY KAWYN 27 Rhine Street ,IERROLD KOEPLIN 36 Willite Drive x ,, x ' f EDMUND KOWSKI 117 Cleon Street MARIE LA CORAZZA 1009 North Street 69 JOAN KELLARNEY 589 Carter Street :MQ WILLIAM KOEPPLIN LUCILLE KONDAS 28 Geneva Street 24 Buchan Park NANCY KRAMER RONALD KRYK 44 Teralta Place 81 Roycroft Drive A nw.-, ' WFM'-f v l PHILLIP LAMBERT ANTHONY LANA 74 Northview Terrace 8 Ritz Street CLASS OF 1953 DAVID LANIAK 25 Zimbrich Street ANTHONY LA ROSA RICHARD LATRAGNA BEN LAURRO 151 Bock Street 1235 Clifford Avenue 03 29 Oakman Street CAROL LEONE IUDITH LESSLIE 1713 Lyell Avenue 2457 Ridge Road East RALPH LEVINE ARLENE LEVINSON 52 Bismark Terrace 89 Northview Terrace ALBERT LEVY PATRICIA LIBERI 3 Morris Street 658 North Street ANGELINA LO MANTO FRANCES LONDUN 608 Portland Avenue 543 Benton SIRC! fl ROBERT LINDSAY DORIS LIPSON 52 Woodward Street 667 Hollenbeck Street MARVIN LORD URSULA LOSARDO 98 Sellinger Street 211 Rocket Street lf' CLASS OF I 953 JOANNE LO TEMPIO HILJA LUKS 85 Miller Street 427 Clinton Avenue North ,qt it Q PETER MADDALENA 1392 Clifford Avenue qi ' PATSY MANIOCI SANTE MANNON1 VINCENT MARCHESONI 16 Woodftmrd Street 540 Colombia Avenue 15 Hollister Street Rx fi, 7 in-3 ul 'UE KAY MARKUS RITA MARTENS JAMES MARTYNIAK 467 joseph Avenue 26 Pardee Street 818 Hudson Avenue R SYLVIA MAGGI 1883 Norton Street INEZ MARGOLIS 21 Hoeltzer Street 1' Qs MARIE MARZANO H2 Carter Street ,,, MARY ANN ANGELINE STEPHEN MASTROMATTEO MASTROLONARDO 176 Randolph Street 176 Randolph Street 55 Mead Street 1650 North Goodman Street CLASS OF 1953 wi KENDRY RAYMOND MATTLE IOAN MATUK HUGH MC KEE ELIZABETH 84 Walzford Road 16 Almira Street 784 Garson Avenue H20 St. Paul Street P s vs- PHILIP MENDOLA DONALD MEYER SAM MILANO 244 Fernwood Avenue 846 joseph Avenue 17 Renwood Street 129 Van Stallen Street MARIE MONACHINO WILLIAM MORRIS JOHN MUELLER ROSEMARY MURATORE 12 Princeton Street 155 Rossmore Street 174 Norton Street A ANITA NANFRA ELEANOR NASCA 103 Willmont Street 54 Baycliff Drive SARAH NASELLI 186 Springfleld Avenue 72 78 Scrantom Street B PHYLLIS NAVIS 28 Boston Street 141 Pleasant Avenue Point Pleasant .gl-jff' N iff' L , EUGENE O'BUCK 76 Strong Street TINA PALADINO 320 Portland Avenue Y ARLENE PAPROCKI 600 Wilkins Street CLASS OF I 953 t-F SANDRA NOSHAY 90 Sobieski Street 125 Dorbeth Road 911 Hudson Avenue IAMES O'CONNOR SALLY OLIVER THOMAS PAGANO 158 Alameda Street 1850 Clifford Avenue 186 Rohr Street at PETER PALAMAR RUCCO PALAZZO MARLENE PALLESCHI 188 Sellinger Street 105 Portland Avenue 59 jackson Street BLOSSOM PASSAR FRANCES PATA ALLEN PEACOCK 262 Hudson Avenue 73 62 Harvest Street 488 Plymouth Avenue South ALPHONSE PECORA 1051 North Goodman Street CLASS OF 1953 SHIRLEY PELCHER 917 Avenue D 'FQ' MARY PIGNATO 909 Genesee Street ut, . -1 W? ERWIN POSNER 33 Hoeltzer Street CECELIA PERRONE ANTHONY PETRONE 43 Sayne Street 55 Council Street . . A ,-,Q-rw RAYMOND PRIVITERA JEAN PROTCHENKO 1957 North Clinton Avenue 320 Lyceum Street G,-nf' ANNETTE RAPKIN NICHOLAS PUKISH CARMEN PURPURA THEODORA RAGGIO 537 Hudson Avenue 73 Sander Street 46 Hawkins Street 20 Radio Street 17 HELDUR RATNIA DOREEN REISS BARBARA REUBENS ERMA RICHEY 294 Andrews Street 220 Carter Street 17 Borchard Street 532 Sixth Street 74 CLASS OF 1953 2 212 Berlin Street 118 Van Stallen Street RICHARD RIZ 5' S - Ag. X' IIOll"ARD-ROCKOFF CAROL ROSENBAUER 55 Nye Park IOANNE RUSSO 6 Wesley' Street Q SARAH SCARDINO S0 lronclequoit Street 354 First Street MARIE A. RUSSO 105 Hillcrest Street SC ARPL 56 Clairmount Street 118 Van Stallen Street 22 Martin Street MARIE S. RUSSO 1664 North Goodman Street .1 ROSALIE SCIIIFANO 62 Sellinger Street 75 is MARION ROBERTS 139 Hand Street BERNICE ROUSSO 268 Navarre Road GARRITH SARKIS 50 Hollister Street BETTY 57 Wilkins Street CLASS OF 1953 ROBERTA SCHLICKER NORMA SCHMIDT BEVERLY SCHOENFELDT PATRICIA SCIANGULA 89 Coleman Terrace 292 Remington Street 17 Parkside 67 Wakeheld Street CATHERINE SCIARABBA GERALD SEELER ARHODA SELDITCH ELAINE SHADOFF 187 Fieldwood Drive 36 Brookhaven Terrace 38 Rauber Street 290 Barry Road DOLORES SHARROCK HAROLD SHAUB RUSSELL SIDARE 319 Carter Street 127 Rauber Street 83 Hand Street Fvw :O FRANKLIN SILBEY KATHERINE SINOPOLI IOYCE SIPLIN 902 Harvard Street 546 First Street 60 Vienna Street . 76 BETTY SIDOTI 216 Nichols Street LOUISE SISCA 435 Fernwood Avenue I CLASS OF 1953 lu. i ' . tri- I V ez: ALICE SLATE 68 Avenue D JUANITA SMITH 95 Kelly Street ELEANOR SOBEL 24 Harris Street HARRY SOROCHTY 25 Reed Park it SIDNEY SMITHKIN 45 Ridge Road E. FRANCES SORTINO 169 Hillcrest Street JUN SALVATORE SPERANZA ALBERT SPIRITO ll Ritz Street 675 Sixth Street SOULA STATHIS LAURA STEFFER 3056 Culver Road 7 Utica Place 77 I xx I KENNETH STAPLES 65 Riverton Street Rv X 13,4 , , .. ff iv. ',:1g--- ., -a.1'.w1. . if-S:1"5",5. . - 1 " - 7' :VM ' ' ' V- -'f-9:32 'UTS ..: ,Lf , 7 ' " ,,jI3-3 -:'. .. .1 ,, .qi .t I ,H 1' .i-. ,Aki -' 1, ' ' l'.,i1gi,iT b ' '-4' - '-- . if ' '-' rf- -In - xi .: 53' 1 T551 . ' W' wipe. , -' 'Q'--WT' 5 J. . 5 T5 'wygn' 5, - ' C' af, A in 4 4 .1 i , ' ef A , L . 1 I' S- SN 9 -,L f t LOLA STEKLOFF 22 Dorbeth Road Rf wi RACHEL SNIDERMAN 67 Jewel Street ROSE M. SPAGNOLA 26 Hand Street ROBERTA STARSKY 128 Versailles Road KENNETH STEVENS 35 Woodbury Street M, -if Y", LOIS STONE 177 Ridge Road E. 'fu MICHAEL SYLVESTER 598 Culver Pkwy. WILLIAM THEIS 122 Corley Drive WESLEY TINSMON 660 Portland Avenue CLASS OF 1953 . :Rig WILLIAM STONE!-VALL 1607 Clinton Avenue N. ROSE STRONG 80 Ernst Street ROBERT STULPIN 4 Burkhard Place DOLORES SZATKOWSKI 758 Hudson Avenue MORTON TANENBAUM ROSEMARY TANNARIO 254 Norton Street 24 Wilson Street mv- Qs HEINO THIELE 1520 Portland Avenue MARLYN THOMANN JEANETTE THOMAS 7I Portage Street 50 Hanover Street PAULINE TISCHLER IEANNE TRAPANI A PETER TUBIOLO 179 Nichols Street 1667 North Goodman Street 209 Rohr Street 78 CLASS OF 1953 Q 1 SANTINA TUDISCO RICHARD VALINSKY SYLVIA VALLONE GAIL VAN NORTWICK 61 Rustic Street 26 Oscar Street 155 Arbutus Street Q' BAREARA VENTO JOSEPH VIN COLA MARY VITKOVYCKY 555 Garson Avenue 58 Lincoln Street 46 Gilmore Street R' "ffl 259 ALISON IVAGNER WARREN WAITE ROBERT WALLENHORST 25 Boston Street 17 Herolcl Street cb 215 Oneida Street t Aiiflf 1999 Hudson Avenue JUANITA WADE 110 joseph Avenue R IOAN WARNER 25 St. jacob Street 1. SANDRA WAY ILENE WEBER PHILIP WEINSTEIN DION WEISSEND 875 Portland Avenue 67 Berlin Street 7 154 Avenue D 791 Nonon Street 9 CLASS OF 1953 ROBERT WENDLER 87 Avenue A 4' , JAMES WILSON 72 Willmont Street qu.. -'VU5 SHIRLEY WOLITZKY SHIRLEY WOOLDRIDGE 14 Kappel Place 45 Shore Drive IOAN WUNDER DONALD YAEGER WALTER YAEKEL EDWARD YANIGA 485 Bernard Street 55 Rialto Street 440 Avenue D 206 Grafton Street 1' li- CAROL YELLEN GRANT YULE JAMES YURGEALITIS ANGELINA ZAMBUTO 69 jewel Street 318 Conkey Avenue 114 Roycroft Drive 111 Kelly Street HENRY ZELAZNY 1339 North Street N if 1 Q W Hr, ji, MARGARET ZINK FLORENCE ZYKOW MARTIN ABRAMSON 57 Widman Street 136 Weyl Street 53 Nye Park 80 CLASS OF 1953 RONALD BELLARDI EDWARD MAYER JOHN THOMAS EDNA WYATT 36 Oakman Street 1533 St. Paul Street 41 Martin Street 74 Woodbury Street No Picture - FRANK BUETTNER RICHARD SCHIMPF IN MEMORIAM KENNETH HOLLANDER November ll, 1935 - August 28, l952 ACTIVITIES - junior Class, Vice- Presidentg Junior Councilg National Hon- or Society 3g Latin Honor Society 2, 3: Social Science Forum 3g Courant, Assist- ant Sports Editor 5g Track Team, Section- al Champion of Relay Team 35 Model Republican Convention 33 junior Day Program. 81 CLASS OF 1955 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Senior Class of 1953, future voters and drattees, alias peasants, being of bone head and bonier body, do so bequeath unto you, our heirs, all our high school joys and worthless possessions. Let it be hereby perceived that this document shall hereafter be known as our Last Will and Testament. After much contemplation regarding the vesting of our fortunes, We, the Seniors, resolve it shall be thus: To Mr. Sabin we leave our heartfelt thanks for his unfailing efforts on our behalf. To Mr. Francis, whose cheery chimes and lilting voice have awakened us every morning in home room, we bequeath one large sized megaphone so his voice may be heard throughout the school without technical difhculties. To Mrs. Martin and Mr. Iman who have stood by us through thick and thin, we leave our sincerest appreciation for being the most understanding advisers a senior class has ever had. We would like to leave you a paid vacation in Burmuda. Instead, you lucky dogs, we substitute one hundred Coca- Cola bottle caps to be used October 35, Coca-Cola Day at Sea Breeze. Have fun! To Mr. Stalker we leave a genuine Dick Tracy Junior G-Man outflt and a leather-bound volume of Fearless Fosdick's "The Art of Eating Sugared Doughnuts." To Miss Martens we leave a new typewriter for her office to replace Old Betsy who was due for retirement ten years ago. May she rest in pieces. To Mr. Rahtjen we leave, "I'll never tell." To Miss Coulton we leave one recording sung by Marilyn Monroe, "She's Working Her Way through College." To Miss Levin we leave all the debris that joe and his pals have swiped from her room in the past few months. To our newly discovered violin virtuoso, Mr. Kaplan, we leave one box of rosin for his strings and another for his foot so it will not slip off the pedal when he plays the piano. To Miss Sullivan we leave one year's supply of slightly used tea bags, a miracle polishing cloth for her silver tea service, and a pair of roller skates to get from one class to another. To Mr. Remington we leave one prompter's box, so his stage whispers cannot be heard beyond the first ten rows. To Mr. O'Brien we leave several girls' gym suits to be used for next year's student-faculty basket- ball game. To our beloved Herman we leave an automatic record changer and the promise of the next dance. ' To the Misses Carnahan, Harger, Rosenbloom, and Turner we leave all the available unattached manpower in Franklin. To Mrs. T rentman we leave a gallon of peppermint water and new foam rubber pillows for her cots. To Mrs. Wuerges we leave a pencil that writes only A's. To Mrs. Sherman we leave a life membership to the A. A. A. To Miss Rowley we leave a night lamp for her desk to becused while she is working on the Key after school. To Mr. Carroll and Mr. Betten we leave a season's pass to "Break the Bank." Good luck, boys! To Mr. Miller we leave an annual subscription to "The Farmer's Almanac." To Mr. Zornow we leave the accumulated signs from Courant and Key publicity staffs for use next year. To all the Senior home room teachers we leave the vicious five year cycle of headaches and worries they receive with the incoming Eighth Graders. To .next year's Seniors we leave the futile dreams of being graduated in new caps and gowns. To the next junior Class we leave the binomial theorem, Iuliur Caerar, and the Civil War period. To the present Freshman Class we leave the joy of becoming upper classmen. To the Eighth Graders we leave the front rows of the peanut gallery. To next year's Eighth Graders we leave the thrill of impressing their grammar school pals. This document is duly witnessed and signed this seventeenth day of january in the year of Our Lord nineteen -hundred and fifty three, by the Senior Class of Benjamin Franklin High School. The executors of this document are Cantor, Frederico, O'Connor, and Sisca-incorporated. 82 53 CLASS QQ , - SIENIICDR BANQUET C1a,9.9 of 1 'N , Cutler Union, Unfvensity of'RocI ! January 17, 1953 1' ax L+. -.. GSX. f ' Q .r 5. Q A. CLASS OF 1953 CAST f , I ""' Z-iii X , ' Q 622.7 ' . I Seated: Levine, Abramson, Margolis, Vin Cola, Standing. 5 ' Privitera, Yellen, Brillg Absent: Hartman, O'Connot, :P Wolitzky THE CLASS OF 1953 Pfe3'el1lS "SKIDDING" A Comedy in Three Acts directed by MR. IZRLE RIZMINGTON REHEARSAL MAKE-UP ii i 84 ACT IVITIBS OF THE CLASS OF 1953 ABRAMSON, MONA-Guardian of the Flag 45 National Honor Society 3, fi Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Sci- ence Forum 2, 35 Courant Co-News Edi- tor 3, Contributing Editor 4, Circulation 2, Reporter 2: Key Editor 45 Senior Play5 Junior Day Program5 Madrigal Club 2, 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 2. AGNELLO, IVILUAM-Junto 35 Craft Guild 3. ALOI, ANTHONY-Corridor Aide 85 Guide 1. ALPERT, FRANCES-Latin Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 1, 2, 35 Courant Reporter 2, 3, Circulation 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Individual Photography 45 junior Day Program5 Guide 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 "Junior Town Meeting of the Air" Representative 4. ALVA, RACHEL - Commercial Honor Society 4, Vice-President5 Social Science Forum 25 Key Typist 4, Circulation 45 Senior Council5 Courant Cashier 4, Typ- ist 45 Bookstore 35 Junior Day Program. AMOROSO, NICK-Executive Council 35 ,Iunto 2, 3, 45 Corridor Aide 85 Band 8, 1, 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 8, 1. ANGORA, MARILYN-alunto 15 Co-op Office Practice 45 Corri or Aide 1, 35 Choir 8. ANTINAREIJJ, A. RICHARD - junto 45 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3. 45 Visual Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. ANTONACCI, CONCETTA - Student Association Secretary 45 Junto 2, 3, 45 Executive Council 45 Junior Council5 Senior Council5 Guide 15 Choir 85 Drum Majorette 8, 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Day Pro- gram. ANTONITTO, ANGELA ANN-Corrb dor Aide 3, 45 Library Aide 15 Tri-Y 3. ARCHER, IAMES GABEL-Co-Standard Bearer 45 Student Association President 45 Vice-President 35 National Honor So- ciety 45 Latin Honor Society 3, 45 So- cial Science Forum 3, 45 Junto 35 Model Republican Convention 35 School Spirit Committee Chairman 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Cross-Country 3, 4. AROESTY, NORMAN IACK-junto 9, 115 Spanish Honor Society 8, 1, 2, Pres- ident 3, 45 Social Science Forum 3, 45 Key Artist 45 Craft Guild 8. ASHMORE, WILUAM-Junto 45 Fire and Air Raid Warden 45 Corridor Aide 45 Hi-Y 3, 4. BAIRD, PATRICIA ANN - Spanish Honor Society 3, 45 Commercial Honor Society 45 Key Cashier 45 Choir 8, 15 Library Aide 85 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. BAKER, DONALD W.-Junw 8, 1, 2, 45 Senior Council5 Baseball 2. BAKER, PHYLLIS ANN-I.atin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Courant Advertising 45 Switchboard 45 Tri-Y 2, 35 Girls' Bowl- ing 15 Leaders 1. BARRETT, DAVID S.-Junior Council5 Choir I, 2, 3. BARRINGER, JOHN E.-junto 8, 1, 2, 35 Choir 8, 15 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Soccer 8, 15 Intramural Base- ball 1. BAUER, VALENTINE ARTHUR-Junto 1, 2, 3. BECKER, IOSHUA L.-junto 1, 2, 35 Social Science Forum 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 8. BELLANCA, ULLIAN I.-Junto 1, 3, 45 Senior Council5 Key Staff 45 Library Aide 8, 15 Junior Day Program5 Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Water Ballet 1, 25 Varsity Club 2. BELLARDI, RONAID-Football 1.- BENIAMIN, BENNET - Choir 8, 15 Track l. BERGER, CHARLES 1.-German Honor Society 3, 45 Social Science Forum 45 Choir 1. BESS, DONAID GEORGE - Junto 25 Fire and Air Raid Warden 45 Hi-Y 35 Intramural Basketball 8, 1. BILODEAU, JOAN F.-,lunto I5 Tri-Y 45 Varsity Club 25 Bowling 1. BITTKER, MORTON LIONEL-Junto 8, 15 National Honor Society 3, 45 I.atin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Key Editor 45 Fire and Air Raid Warden 45 Band 8. BLAIR, MEYER I..-Wrestling 15 In- trtltinural Basketball 15 Intramural Base- b 1. BOEHLEY, ARTHUR F. - Intramural Basketball 1, 2. BOERSCHLEIN, PAUL IOHN - Craft Guild 1, 2, 3. BONACCORSO, NANCY ANN-Corri- dor Aide 15 Guide 35 Co-op Office Prac- tice 4. BRAAM, WIILIAM H.-Social Science Forum 45 Craft Guild 1. BRILL, MORTON-National Honor So- cietl' 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Fire and Air Raid Warden 45 Social Science Forum 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Inter-High Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Conductor 3, 45 Model Republican Con- vention 35 Key Editor and Photographer 45 Senior Play5 Choir 45 Franklin String Quartet 3, 45 Tennis 4. BROIKOU, KRISONTHIE - Junto 8. 15 National Honor Society Secretary 4: Spanish Honor Society 3, 45 Madrigal Club 2, 35 Choir 8, 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Cir- culation 45 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. BURGEMAN, IANICE-Social Science Forum 45 Courant Circulation5 Key Ad- vertising 45 Radio Workshop 3, 45 Li- brary Aide 15 junior Day Program. BURKE, RICHARD 1.-Swimming Team 3, 45 Tumbling 3, 45 Track5 Variety Show 3, 4. BURKE, ROGER I. - Senior Council5 Swimming Team 3, 45 Tumbling 3, 45 Variety Show 3, 4. CALCAGNO, JOSEPH S. - Civil De- fense Runner 3, 45 Key Artist 45 Choir 1. CALCAGNO, RUSSELL-Golf 2, 3, 4. CAMARATA, PAULINE-Junto 35 Ital- ian Honor Society 45 Couront Staff 45 Key Staff 45 Choir 8, I, 2, 3, 49 Guide 45 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. CAMMARATA, IOAN-junto 15 Italian Honor Society 45 Corridor Aide 15 Flag Corps 4. CAMPBELL. CHARIIS C.-junto 8, 1. 2, 45 Junior Council5 Wrestling 15 Track 2. CANTOR, ROCHEILE-junto 8, 25 Na- tional Honor Society 3, Vice-President 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Courant News Editor 3, 4, Reporter 2, Circulation 25 Key Group Photography 45 Senior Class Social Chairman5 Girls' Bowling 1, 25 Junior Day Program5 Senior Will. CARROIJ., EUGENE - Fire and Air Raid Warden 25 Corridor Aide 8, 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 1. CHERWONIK, ROBERT - junto 15 Choir 25 Guide 2. CIACCIO, DOLORE5 MARIE-Corridor Airlie 35 Girls' Bowling 1, 25 Nurse's Ai e 4. CIAMPOLI, MARIEANN-Junto 1, 25 Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Key Art- ist. 45 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. 85 COGER. LORRAINE E. - Inter-High Clwlr 3. l, 2, 35 Choir 8, I5 Library Aide l, 35 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. CO!-IN, MIRIAM S.-Courant Advertis- ing 45 Key Advertising and Circulation, Photographer 45 Library Aide 8, 15 Choir 1, 2, 5, 4. cook, MARVIN IAY-Junto 1, z, 3,45 Courant Reporter 45 Sophomore Council5 Track 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3. COPENHAGEN, GERTRUDE M. - Madrigal Club 2, 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling 1, 2. CURTIS, GARY F.-Band 1, 2, 3. 45 Orchestra 15 Swimming Team 2, 3, Cap- tain 4. D'AMICO, DOROTHY V.-junto 2, 35 Senior Council5 Courant Circulation 3, Reporter 45 Key Publicity 45 Choir 8, 1, 25 junior Day Program5 Tri-Y 2, 4- Water Ballet 8, 1, 2. DANGLER, RONALD G. - Corridor Aide 1, 35 Co-op 45 Wrestling 1. DE GRAZIA, ANTHONY R.-Library Aide 45 Intramural Soccer 15 Intramural Baseball 85 Intramural Basketball 8, l. DE LORENZO, CAESAR IOSEPH - junior Council. DI GIOVANNI, GIORGIO - National Honor Society 45 Italian Honor Society 45 Latin Honor Society 45 Social Science Forum 45 Courant 4. DI PRIMA, MICHAEL-Italian Honor Society 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 35 Wrestling 1, 25 Hi-Y 2, 3. DOMINA, GEORGE 1.-junto 1, 2, 35 Junior Council5 Executive Council 15 Basketball 35 Hi-Y 3, 4. DOUGHERTY, EDWARD I.-Choir 25 Track 1. DREWS, DANIEL RUSSELL-Corridor Aide s, 1, z, 3, 4. DUNSKY, PHYLUS MAXINE-Madri- gal Club 45 Library Aide 85 Nurse's Aide 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Greenhouse Club B, l, Z. ELLIS, AUDREY IEAN - Transferred from Perry Central5 Commercial Honor Society 4. ELIJS, HARVEY-sumo 1, 25 Football 45 Basketball 45 Ban 8, 1. ENDARA, FIDEL-Soccer 4. FEDIGAN, GEORGE-Corridor Aide l, 25 Fire and Air Raid Warden 25 Intra- mural Basketball 1. FEINBERG, PAUL S.-Spanish Honor Society 35 Intramural Soccer 85 Intra- mural Basketball 85 Intramural Baseball l. FIAMMI, S. THOMAS--Spanish Honor Society 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Intramural Baseball 15 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Soccer 3, 4. FICO, MARGARET MARY-junto 3, 45 Varsity Club 25 Baseball 2. Q FINE, PAUL-Junto 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Senior Council5 Key Editor 45 Fire and Air Raid Warden 45 Model Re- publican Convention 35 Civil Defense Runner. FLAUM, INA ESTHER-National Hon- or Society 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Social Science Forum 35 Courant Circulation 35 Choir l, 2, 3, 4. FONTE, ANTOINETTE - junto 3, 4: Italian Honor Society 35 Courant Circu- lation 35 Library Aide 8, 15 Varsity Club 25 Choir 35 Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Swimming 8, l.' FORTUNATO, MARIE-Guide 43 Tri- Y 43 Bowling 4. FRAINA, DONALD--Italian Honor So- ciety 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Var- sity Baseball 23 Intramural Soccer 83 Swimming 8, 2, 3, 4. FRANKL, RITA - Commercial Honor Society 43 Swimming 1, 2, 4. FREDERICO, GERALDINE A.-Cour- ant Reporter 33 Library Aide 83 Guide 33 Choir 1, 23 Tri-Y 3, 43 Senior Prophecy and Will3 Junior Day Program. GALLAGHER, JEAN-Guide 4. GASTEL, MILTON-Spanish Honor So- ciety 43 Courant 2, 4g Radio Workshop 2. GATTUSO, JOYCE-Italian Honor So- ciety 3, 43 Library Aide 23 Choir 8, 1, 23 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. GELARDO, MICHAEL PAUL-Variety Show 33 Baseball 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3: Football 2, 3. GELO, FRANK C.-Baseball 3, 4. GIANFORTE, ROBERT J.-Junior Day Program3 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 23 Tumbling 1, 23 Hi-Y 4. GIGLIO, MICHAEL - Spanish Honor Society 4. GOLD, SHEILA-junto 13 Social Science Forum 2, 33 Key Advertising 43 Courant Reporter 8, 1, 2, Circulation 1, 2, Typist 3, 43 junior Council3 Senior Council3 junior Day Program3 Bowling 1, 2, 33 Water Ballet 83 Volleyball 8, 1. GOLDSTEIN, LAWRENCE IRWIN - Junto 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Courant Reporter 33 Senior Council3 Cor- ridor Aide 33 Fire and Air Raid War- den 43 Reserve Baseball 2. GORONKIN, MARSHA - junto 2, 33 Spanish Honor Society 43 Key Individual Photography 43 Courant Reporter 2, 3, 4 Circulation 43 junior Day Prograrn3 Vol- leyball 2, 3. GOULD, MURRAY ARTHUR - Junto 13 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Band 1. GRADER, JEROME E.-Junto 1, 43 Ex- ecutive Council 43 National Honor So- ciety President 43 Italian Honor Society 3, 43 Fire and Air Raid Warden 43 Civil Defense Runner 3, 4g Key Editor 43 Model Republican Convention 33 junior Day Program3 Senior Prophecy3 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross-Country 43 Track 43 Re- serve Baseball 2, 33 Intramural Soccer 8, lg Intramural Basketball 8, 1, 2, 33 Intramural Baseball 1. ' CRAMMATICO, ANTHONY J.-Jun- tor Day Program3 Intramural Sports 1, 23 Hi-Y 3, 4. GRANITE' JUDITH ANNE-National Honor Society 3, 43.Spanish Honor So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 43 Madrigal Club 33 Social Science Forum 33 Key Editor 43 Courant Reporter 2, 3, Advertising 3, Publicity 4, Circulation 8, 1, 2, 33 "Voice of Democracy" Representative 33 Model Re- publican Convention 33 Inter-High Choir 8, 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 33 Variety Show 8, lj Tennis 33 Greenhouse Club 83 Junior Day Program. GRAUMENZ, KARL FREDERICK - Eisltirtfor Aide 13 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot. gaavzsn, HYMAN RALPH-Junto s, GREENBERG, JERRY - Social Science Forum 43 Senior Council3 Corridor Aide 13 Lunch Room Aide 83 Traiiic Squad 83 Intramural Basketball 8. ' GRESS, PATRICIA - Junto 43 'Senior Council3 Varsity Club 23 Tri-Y 3, 43 Bowling 4. GUGGINO, JACK PETER - Spanish Honor Society 13 Italian Honor Society 2, 3, President 4. GURAN, BOHDAN T.--German Honor Society 2, 33 Soccer 3, 43 Track 2, 3. HALLIDAY, CHARLES-Senior Coun- cil3 Football 3, 43 Baseball 23 Bowling 3, 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. HANNEMAN, EVELYN - Junto 33 German Honor Society 2, 33 Bowling 23 Swimming 2. HARTMAN, CAROLE DORIS-Social Science Forum 43 Courant 8, 33 Key Ad- vertising 43 Library Aide 83 Radio Work- shop 3, 4g Senior Play. HATCHER, DAVID LEE-Choir 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Football 4. HECKER, ALICE M.-Student Associa- tion Secretary 33 junto 33 Executive Council 33 National Honor Society 43 Senior Class SBCIEIIIYL Bookstore 33 Choir 83 Varsity Club 23 Sports 8, lg Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 junior Day Program. HEEDER, ROBERT WILLIAM-Band 8, 1, 2, 5, 4. HERBST, BARBARA - Spanish Honor Society 3, 4g Guide 33 Switchboard 33 Choir 8, 13 Leaders 83 Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 junior Day Program. HERTWICK, GEORGE-Corridor Aide 3. HIGGINS, DOROTHY M. - Junior Council3 Courant Advertising Manager 4, Advertising Assistant Manager 23 Jun- ior Day Program3 Guide 33 Variety Show 2, 5: Choir 8, 13 Tri-Y 2. HILL, JANE O'DELL-Varsity Club 2. HOFFMEIER, ROLLO GUY-Junto 23 Craft Guild lg Civil Defense Runner 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 4. INGUAGGIATO, RICHARD R.-Junto 13 Junior Council3 Italian Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 23 Intramural Basketball 83 Reserve Baseball 2. INSALACO, MARY ROSE - junto 23 Bookstore 1, Z3 Co-op 43 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. IUPPA, JOHN RICHARD - Corridor Aide 13 Intramural Basketball 13 Intra- mural Baseball 13 Cross-Country. JAMES, CHARLES F.-Standard Bearer 43 Student Association Vice-President 3: Junto 33 Senior Class President3 junior Class President3 National Honor Society 3, 43 Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Madrigal Club 2, 33 Inter-High Choir 8, 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 junior Day Program3 Orchestra 83 Hi-Y 3, 43 Intra- mural Soccer 83 Intramural Basketball 8, 1, 2, 33 Football Team 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 4. JANCHUK, TAMARA-Choir 1, 2, 3. JOHNSON, MARILYN ANN - Craft Guild 23 Choir 2, 3, 43 Bowling 23 Swim- ming 23 Tri-Y 3, 4. KABOT, LORRAINE--Junto 13 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Guide 43 Volleyball 23 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. KAPUSCIARZ, CONSTANCE-Junto 8, lg French Honor Society 23 Commercial Honor Society 33 Cheerleader 3, 43 Water Ballet 8. KAWYN, STEPHANY-German Honor Society 3. KELLARNEY, JOAN ANN-junto s, 1, 33 National Honor Society 43 Latin Hon- or Society 43 Commercial Honor So- ciety 3, President 43 Bookstore 1, 2, 3, 4. KESEL, DON--Corridor Aide I3 Visual Aide 2, 3, 4. KNOBLES, BETTY JEAN - Corridor Aide 8. 86 KOEPLIN, JERROLD ALBERT - Na. tional Honor Society 43 Fire and Air Raid Warden 43 Social Science Forum 3, 43 Key Photographer 43 Lunch Room Aide 13 Tennis 3, 43 Photography Club 43 Slide Rule Club. KOEPPLIN, WILLIAM JOHN - Na- tional Honor Society 3, Presiclenr 43 German Honor Society 3, 43 Spanish Honor Society 8, 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 8, 1, 2. 3G Cross- Country 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Fire and Air Raid Wardm, 4. KONDAS. LUCILLE CHARLOTTE - Tri-Y 33 Bowling 3. KOWALEWSKI, KENNETH ROBERT -Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. KRAMER, NANCY - Switchboard 43 Key Stalf 43 Courant Circulation 4. KRYK, RONALD J.-Craft Guild 2, 33 lgeifrve Baseball 23 Intramural Basket- a 3. KUSHNIR, OXANA - German Honor Society 3. LA CORAZZA, MARIE JOSEPHINE- junior Council3 Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4. LAMBERT, PHILLIP-Corridor Aide 8, 1, 23 Choir 1, 23 Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3. LANA, ANTHONY J. - Track 3, 43 Football 4. LANIAK, DAVID KONSTANTYN - National Honor Society 43 Spanish Hon- or Society 1, 2, 33 Track 3, 43 Cross- Country 4. LATRAGNA, RICHARD L.-Corridor Aide 83 Band 8, 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 33 jun- ior Day Program3 Baseball 2. LAURRO, BEN EUGENE-Junto 1, 23 Italian Honor Society 2, Vice-President 33 Band 8, 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, 23 Intramural Basketball 8. LEONE, CAROL MARY - Guide 43 Bowling 2. LESSLIE, JUDITH ANNE-Key Artist 43 Tri-Y 43 junior Day Program. LEVINE, RALPH LAWRENCE-Junto 8, 13 Executive Council 83 National Hon- or Society 3, 43 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 43 German Honor Society 3, 43 Social Science Forum 3, 43 Model Republican Convention 33 Courant Reporter 3, 43 Key Editor 43 Franklin Philatelic Society President 43 Choir 13 Senior Play3 Music Appreciation Club 43 junior Day Pro- gram3 Chess Club l, 4g Tennis 4. LEVINSON, ARLENE-Orchestra 8, 1. LEVY, ALBERT - Junto 13 Corridor Aide 83 Guide 1. LIBERI, PATRICIA MARION-Library Aide 33 Co-op 43 Junior Day Program3 Bowling l, 23 Tri-Y 3, 4. LINDSAY, ROBERT W. - Corridor Aide 8, 13 Band 8, 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 3: Wresding 8, 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Cross-Country 33 Soccer 43 junior Day Program. LO MANTO, ANGELINA-Volleyball 3. LONDON, FRANCES GAIL-Junto B, 13 Courant 3. LOSARDO, URSULA RITA - Water Ballet S3 Drum Majorette 8, 1, 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 2. LO TEMPIO, JOANNE M.-Corridor Aide 13 Co-op Oilice Practice 43 junior Choir 83 Bowling 83 Varsity Club 2. LUKS, HILJA-German Honor Society 3, 43 Tennis 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. MADDALENA, PETER SAM-I-'ire and Air Raid Warden 2, 3, 4: Lunch Room Aid, lg Soccer 5, l, 2, Wrestling t. MANIOCI, PATSY GERALDj-.INNO l, 2, 4, Executive Council 4, Choir l, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 42 Tflfk 2, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Manager 3. MANNONI, SANTE-Italian Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Soccer Team Captain 4. MARCHESONI, VINCENT-Intramural Basketball 2, 3. MARGOUS, INEZ-Spanish Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Senior Council, Bookstore 4, Junior Day Program, Senior Play, Choir 8, 1, Riding Club 2, Varsity Club 2, Tri-Y 3, 4. MARKUS, KAY - German Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Courant Reporter 2, 3, 4, Cartoonist 4, Key Editor and Artist 4, "Voice of Democracy" Representative 4: Junior'Day Program 3: Radio Workshop 3, 4, Senior Play Wardrobe and Make- up. MARTENS, RITA MARION-junto 8, Maclrigal Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing 3, Volleyball 1, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. MARTYNIAK, JAMES J.-Hi-Y 3, 4. MARZANO, MARIE ANTOINETTE- junto 8, Italian Honor Society 3, Co-op 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. MASTROLONARDO, MARY ANN - Junto 8, 2, 4, junior Council, Executive Council 4, Craft Guild 3, Junior Day Program, Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3. MASTROMATTEO, ANGELINE - Cor- ridor Aide 8, Library Aide 1. MASTROMATTEO, STEPHEN - Corri- dor Aide l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4. MATKOSKI, PATRICIA ANN - Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Hon- or Society 2, 3, 4, Commercial Honor Society 3, 4, Key Cashier 4, Choir 8, Varsity Club 2, Tri-Y Z, 3, 4. MATTLE, RAYMOND T. - National Honor Society 3, 4, Monroe Co. Health Committee Member, Fire and Air Raid Warden 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Cross- Coztntry 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, . MATUK, JOAN F.-junto 8, Commer- cial Honor Society 3, 4, Co-op Secre- tarial Practice 4, Switchboard 3, Guide l, 2, Varsity Club 2, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. MC KEE, HUGH RICHARD - Trans- ferred from East High. MC KENDRY, EUZABETH ANNE- Courant Stalf 4. MEYER, DONALD HARVEY - Na. tional Honor Society 4, Germm Honor 50fl9fY.4: Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4, g"'?'l'g2'dBgni lk2:T0ril1estra 8, 1, 2, I i i 1 3 4, ' . country 4: HLY 3- NC 3, Cross MU-ANU' SAM-J-:mo 1. 2, 3, 4. MILLER, RUTH JANE-Junto lg brary. Atde 8, Choir 8, l, Co-op Omg Practice 4, Bowling 3, Varsity Club 2- Trt-Y 2, 3. ' MONACHINO, MARIE LEE - Senior Council, Bowling 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4, MORRIS. WILLIAM F.-Senior Coun- ffl! .IUIHOI Council, National Honor So- ciety 4, Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4, German Honor Society 3, 4, Choir 3, 1: Tflfk 2. 3. 4: Cross-Country Captain 4, gslillnural Soccer :i,g, 'Intramural Base- : ntramura as - my SA. etball 1, z, 3, MURATORE, RosEMARY ANNE-Ca OP Qlllce Practice 4, Corridor Aide 1 3- Cholf 35 BOWIIIII 8, Leader 9. , Y NANFRA, ANITA ANN-Senior Coun- cil, junto 8, Commercial Honor Society 3, 4, Italian Honor Society 3, 4, Key Artist 4, Choir 8, l, 2, 3, 4, Switch- board 3, Drum Majorette 3, 4, junior Day Program, Tri-Y 3, 4. NASCA, ELMNOR-Junw 3, 4, choir 8, 1, z, 5, 4, rn-Y s. NASELLI, SARAH-Commercial Honor Society 2, Co-op Secretarial Practice 4, Bookstore 1, Tri-Y 3. NAVIS, PHYLLIS - Junto 8, Courant Exchange Editor 4, Typist 3, Key Ad- vertising 4, Corridor Aide I, Guide 3: Junior Day Program. NICHOLS, NANCY - Junior Council, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, Courant 4, Key Editor and Typist 4, Corridor Aide 3, Library Aide l, Tri-Y 4. NOSHAY, SANDRA-junto 4, Social Science Forum l, 2, 3, Courant Reporter 8, l, 2, 3, Circulation 1, 2, 3, Cashier 4, Choir 8, Key Circulation 4, Junior Day Program. O'CONNOR, JAMES - Senior Council, junto 8, I, 2, Social Science Forum 4, Craft Guild 1, Junior Day Program, junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Play, Choir 8, 4. ouVER, SALLY-Junto ag co-op of- fice Practice 4, Bowling B. PAGANO, THOMAS-Transferred from Edison. PALADINO, TINA-Corridor Aide 8. PALAMAR, PETER - Senior Council, junto 8, 1, Intramural Soccer 8. PALAZZO, ROCCO V.-Football 3. PALLESCHI, MARLENE AURORA - junior Council, Italian Honor Society 3, 4, Key Stall' 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Tri-Y 3, 4. PAPROCKI, ARLENE MARY - .Com- mercial Honor Society 4, Key Cashier 4, Bowling t, Leaders l. PASSAR, BLOSSOM - Key Artist 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Day Program. PATA, FRANCES ELIZABETH-Senior Council, junior Council, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Y 3, 4, Bowling 2. PEACOCK, ALLEN J.-junto 1, 2, 3: junior Council, Choir 1, Intramural Baseball l, Intramural Basketball 1, 2. PECORA, ALPHONSE-Jtmto l, Swim- ming Team l, 2, Track l. PELCHER, SHIRLEY ANN-Junto 2, 3, Guide 4, Varsity Club 2, Tri-Y 4, Bowling 2. I PERRONE, CECILIA JOSEPHINE - Italian Honor Society President 3, 4, Junto 4, Key Publicity, Artist 4, Madri- gal Club 2, 3, Inter-High Choir 8, l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 8, l, 2, 3, 4, Music,Ap- preciation Club 4, junior Prom Com- mittee, Tri-Y 4. PIGNATO, MARY ROSE-Junto 2, 3, Drum Majorette l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2. POSNER, ERWIN HYMAN -- Social Science Forum 2, 3, President 4, Courant Publicity Chairman 4, Key Publicity 4, Orchestra 8, l, 2, 3, Intramural Basket- ball B, I. PRIVITERA, RAYMOND C.-Junto 8, l, 2, Senior Council, Italian Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Senior Class Vice-President, Social Science Forum 3, Junior Day Pro- gram, junior Prom Committee, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Soccer 8, Intramural Baseball 8, 1, Intramural Basketball 8, 1, 2, 3: Senior Play, Reserve Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. PROTCHENKO, JEAN - Co-op Ofiice Practice 4, Tri-Y 3, Swimming 3. 87 PUKISH. NICHOLAS A.-Student Asso- ciation President 4: Student Association Vice-President 4, Executive Council 4, junto 2, 3, 4, junior Council, Senior Council, Choir 2, 3, Inter-High Choir 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. PURPURA, CARMEN DANIEL-Junto I, Key Artist 4. RAGGIO, THEODORA-Junto I, Ital- tan Honor Society 3, 4, Courant Circula- tion 4, Choir 2, 3, Tri-Y 2. RAPKIN, ANNETTE-Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, Courant Reporter I, Key Staff 4, Guide l. RATNIK, HELDUR - National Honor Society 4, German Honor Society 3, 4, Social Science Forum 3, 4, Corridor Aide 3, 4, Track 4, Soccer 3. REISS, DOREEN ELEANORE-Italian Honor Society 3, Courant Circulation 3, Guide 4, Varsity Club 2, Bowling 2, Swimming 8, I, 2, 3. REUBENS, BARBARA-junto I, Guide 3, 4, Library Aide 8, Tri-Y 3. RICHEY, ERMA G.-Commercial Honor Society 3, 4, Co-op Office Practice 4, Bookstore 3, Choir B, Varsity Club 2. RIZZO, RICHARD A.-Corridor Aide 8, Soccer 2, 3, 4. RIZZO, RITA THERESA-C0-Op Retail 4,4Craft Guild 2, Attendance 3, Tri-Y 34 - ROBERTS, MARION PHYLLIS-Senior Council, Corridor Aide l, Bowling 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. ROCKOFF, HOWARD MICHAEL-Sw cial Science Forum 2, 3, 4, Key Circu- lation 4, Corridor Aide l, 2, 3, 4, Lunch Room Aide 8, Trafiic Squad 8, Band 8, Junior Day Program, Track l, Soccer 2. ROSENBAUER, CAROL ANN-Library Aide 3, Varsity Club 2, Bowling 1, 2, Swimming 8, l, Tri-Y 3, 4. ROUSSO, BELLA-Co-op 4. ROUSSO, BERNICE - Social Science Forum 2, 3, Courant Reporter 2, 3, Cir- culation 2, 3, Cashier 4, Key Individual Photography, Circulation 4, Library Aide 2, Model Republican Convention 3, Bowling I, 2, 3. RUSSO, IOANNE D.-Student Associa- tion Secretary 3, junto 8, l, National Honor Society 4, Spanish Honor Society 8, l, 2, 3, 4, French Honor Society 2, Switchboard 4. RUSSO, MARIE ANN - Commercial Honor Society 4, Key Typist, Circula- tion, Cashier 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Day Program, Tri-Y 4. RUSSO, MARIE ST ELLA-Choir 4, Tri- Y 3, 4. SARKIS, GARRITH-Guide 4, Swim- ming 8, I, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Bowling 2. SCARPULLA, FREDERICK C.-Hi-Y 3, 4. SCHIFANO, ROSALIE-junto 3, Choir 8, 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 4, junior Day Program, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. SCHLAGETER, BETTY ANN-junto 2, Co-op 4, Bowling 2. SCHLICKER, ROBERTA E.-Co-op Of- fice Practice 4, Choir 8. SCHMIDT, NORMA JEAN-Junto I, 2, Junior Council, Guide 3: Bookstore 4, Bowling 2, Water Ballet 2, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. SCHOENFELDT, BEVERLY JEAN - Guide 2, Switchboard 4, Tri-Y l, 2, 3, 4. SCIANGULA, PATRICIA-Italian Honor Society 4, Key Photographer 4: Corridor Aide l, Varsity Club l, Bowling I, jun- ior Day Program, Tri-Y 3. SCIARABBA, CATHERINE M.-Co-op Olhce Practice 4, Tri-Y 2. SEELER, GERALD E.-Junior Day Pro- gfgm, 3, 4, Key AFIISI 4. SELDITICH, RHODA RENEE-Nation- al Honor Society 3, 42 5PHnl5h Hnnm' 50' piggy 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Honor Society 4, Key Editor 4, Social Science Forum 3, Counml Reporter 2, 3, Circula- tion 3. SHADOFF, ELAINE LEE-junto 3, 41 Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Social Sci- ence Forum 2, 3, Courant Circulation 2, 3, Cashier 4, Reporter 2, 3, 4: Key Ad' vertising 4, Switchboard 4, junior Day Program, Bowling l, 2, 3. SHARROCK, DOLORES-junto 1, 2, 3, Choir 4, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball l, 2. SHAUB, HAROLD-junto 4, Couranl Reporter 4, Key Artist 4, Intramural Soc- cer 8, Intramural Softball 1. SIDARE, RUSSELL I.-Intramural Soc- cer 8, 1, Intramural Baseball 8. SIDOTI, BETTY-Italian Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Key Group Photography 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 3, 4, Tri-Y 3, 4. SILBEY, FRANKLIN R.-Spanish Honor Society 2, 3 Senior Will, Choir 1. SINOPOLI, KATHERINE G.-National Honor Society 4, Commercial Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Italian Honor Society 3, 4, Co-op Office Practice 4, Choir 8, Switch- board 3. SIPLIN, JOYCE-National Honor Soci- ety 4, Choir 4. SISCA, LOUISE MARY-Courant Circu- lation 3, 4, Typist 3, 41 .lUl'li01' COUHCUZ Library Aide 8, l, Model Republican Convention 3, Senior Prophecy and Will, junior Day Program, Bowling 2, Tri-Y 3, 4. SMITH, IUANITA -junto 8, Library Aide 8, Bowling 4. SMITHKEN, SIDNEY G. - Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Social Science Forum 3, Courant 1, 3, Model Republi- can Convention 3, Horseshoe Pitching 3. SNIDERMAN, RACHEL-junto 3, Sen- ior Council, Social Science Forum 3, Courant Circulation 3, Key Typist 4, junior Day Program, Bowling I. SOBEL, ELEANOR-junto 2, 4, Execu- tive Council 4, Sophomore Council, Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Social Sci- ence Forum Z, 3, Courant Reporter 1, 2, 3, Key Editor, Individual Photography 4, junior Day Program. SORTINO, FRANCES CHRISTINE - junto 2, 3, 4, Flag Corps 3, 4. SPAGNOLA, ROSE MARIE - Variety Show 2, 3, Tri-Y 3, 4. SPERANZA, SALVATORE - Corridor Aide 3, 4, Traliic Squad 3, 4, Lunch Room Aide 2. STARSKY, ROBERTA H.-Choir 8, 2, 3, Tri-Y 2, Cheerleader 4. STATHIS, SOULA I.-Senior Council, junior Council, Tri-Y 4. STEFFER, LAURA ANNE - juntn 4, junior Council, Guide 4, Varsity Club 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4. STEKLOFF, LOLA A.-Student Associa- tion Secretary 4, junto 4, Executive Council 4, junior Council, Senior Coun- cil, Courant Circulation, Reporter 3, Key Advertising 4, Corridor Aide 1, Choir 3, Orchestra 8, junior Day Program. STEVENS, KENNETH E.-junto 4, In- tramural Basketball 8, 1, Reserve Base- balls 2, Football 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, . STONE, LOIS - junto 3, Commercial Honor Society 3, 4, junior Council Secre- tary, Library Aide 2, Choir 8, Switch- board 3, Co-op Secretarial Practice 4, Tri-Y 2, 3, 4, Leaders 8. STONEWALL, WILLIAM R.-Corridor Aide 1, Trafiic Squad 8, 1, Golf l, 2, 3. STRONG, ROSE ANN-Bookstore 3, Co-op Ofhce Practice 4, Choir 8, l. STULPIN, ROBERT M.-Track 3, 4, Swimming 4. SYLVESTER, MICHAEL N.-Band 8, 1. SZATKOWSKI, DOLORES M.-Varsity Club 2, 3, Bowling l, Leaders I, 2. TANENBAUM, MORTON A.-junto 8, National Honor Society 3, 4, Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4, German Honor Society 4, Key Editor 4, Craft Guild 8, Switch- board 4, Fire and Air Raid Warden 4, Civil Defense Runner 3, 4, Choir 8. TANNARIO, ROSEMARY L.-junto 2, National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4, Italian Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Latin Honor Society 4, Social Science Forum 4, Model Republican Convention 3, "jun- ior Town Meeting of the Air" Repre- sentative 4, Tri-Y 3. THEIS, WILLIAM F.-Visual Aide l. THIELE, HEINO T.-Teen-age Diplo- mat-Rochester Association for the United Nations, German Honor Society 4, Latin Honor Society 4, French Honor Society Vice-President 4, Social Science Forum 4, "junior Town Meeting of the Air" Representative 4, Key Photographer 4, Courant Photographer 4. THOMAS, IEANNETTE MARIE - Madrigal Club 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Aide 1, Leaders 1, Swimming 1, Basketball 1. TINSMON, WESLEY EDGAR-junto 2, Latin Honor Society 3, 4, junior Class Oiiicer, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3. TISCHLER, PAULINE M. - Co-op 4, Choir 1, 2. TRAPANI, IEANNE MARIE - Com- mercial Honor Society 3, 4, Madrigal Club 3, 4, Choir 8, l, 3, 4, Inter-High choir s, 1, 5, 4, Tri-Y 2, 5, 4. TUBIOLO PETER ANTHONY-Foot- ball 4. TUDISCO, SANTINA IDA-junto 1, 2, Italian Honor Society 3, Co-op 4, Tri- Y 3, Bowling 1, 2. VALINSKY, RICHARD-junto 8. Social Science Forum 4, Visual Aide 3, 4, Key Photographer 4, Lunch Room Aide B, Tennis 4. VALLONE, SYLVIA-Flag Corps 4, Choir 8, 1. VAN NORTWICK, GAIL-junto 2, 3, Executive Council 3, junior Class Ofiicer, Latin Honor Society 2, jr. Red Cross Representative 3, 4, Key Advertising Manager 4, junior Day Program, Switch- board 4, Tri-Y 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. VENTO, BARBARA-Italian Honor So- ciety 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. VIN COLA, JOSEPH PETER-Junta 1: junior Council, Senior Class Social Chairman, Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Club 3, Senior Play, Inter-High Choir 3, Choir 8, 1, 2, 3,3 Greenhouse Club l, 2, Intramural Baseball 1, Intra- mural Basketball 8, l, 2, 3, Intramural Soccer 8, Track Manager 3, junior Day Program, Hi-Y 3, 4. WADE, IUANITA B.-junto 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, Bowling 4, Tennis 3. 88 WAGNER, AIJSON-junto 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Honor Soci- 'EY 2, 3, 4, Courant 4, Sophomore Coun- cil Secretary, Choir 8, G.A.C. 3, 4, Ten. nt! 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Leaders 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Swlmmms 2. 5. 4, Tri-Y 2, 5, 4, Junior Day Program. WALLENHORST, ROBERT L.-Craft Guild 3. WARNER, IOAN EDNA-junio 2, Ital- ian Honor Society 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, Bowl. ing 8, 1, 2. WAY, SANDRA ELAINE - French Honor Society 2, Co-op 4. WEBER, ILENE B.-Library Aide 1, 3, Choir 8, Bowling 8, 1, 2, 3. IVEINSTEIN, PHILIP-junto 3, Senior Council, Corridor Aide 1, Guide I, In- tramural Basketball 8, 1, 2, Senior Play Prop Committee. WEISSEND, DION E.-junto 4, Corri- dor Aide 2, Choir 8, 1, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Tumbling 2, 3, 4. WENDLER, ROBERT-junto 4, junior Council, Key Staff, Craft Guild 8, Fire and Air Raid Warden 4, junior Day Program, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. WILSON, IAMES-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. WOLITZKY, SHIRLEY-junto 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society I, Z, 3, 4, French Honor Society 4, Couranl Editor-in-Chief 4, Assistant Feature Editor 3, Reporter 2, Circulation 2, 3, Social Science Forum I, 2, 3, Key Publicity 4, junior Day Program, Senior Play, Bowling 8. WOOLRIDGE, SHIRLEY ANN-Com- mercial Honor Society 3, 4, Co-op Secre- tarial Practice 4, Library Aide I, Bowl- ing 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3. WUNDER, IOAN FLORENCE-Corrt dor Aide I, Bookstore 2, 3, Switchboard 3, Bowling 2, Volleyball 2. WYATT, EDNA - Transferred from Georgia. YAEGER, DONALD E.-junto 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Council, Football 3, Golf 2, 3. YAEKEL, WALTER CARL - Library Aide 3, Choir 8, 1, Wrestling 1, Trafiic Squad 1, Hi-Y 1. YANIGA, EDWARD-junto 3, Soccer Reserve 1, Varsity 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. YELLEN, CAROL - junto 4, Library Aide 8, l, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 4, junior Day Program, Senior Play. YURGEALITIS, IAMES STANLEY - Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. ZAMBUTO, ANGELINA R.-junto 8, Co-op Office Practice 4. ZELAZNY, HENRY E.-junto 8, Mad- rigal Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, Bowling 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Intramural Soc- cer 8. ZINK, MARGARET CATHERINE - junto l, Italian Honor Society 3, 4, Guide 1, 3, 4, Bowling 2. ZYKOW, FLORENCE-Bowling 2, 3. ABRAMSON, MARTIN C. - Band 8, 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Swimming Team Assistant 1. EDITORS AND ASSISTANTS TYPISTS AND ASSISTANTS Morton Brill Jerome Grader Kay Markus Nancy Nichols Morton Tanenbaum Morton Bittker Paul Fine Mona Abramson Judith Granite Ralph Levine Rhoda Selditch Eleanor Sobel PHOTOGRAPHERS AND ASSISTANTS Morton Brill Jerrold Koeplin Heino Thiele Richard Valinsky Miriam Cohn Patricia Sciangula THE KEY STAFF Nancy Nichols Rachel Alva Rachel Sniderman Marie A. 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Wholesalers Franklin Students Nationally advertised Watches, Jewelry Pen and Pencil Sets, Friendship Rings, Identifcation School Supplies, Toys Bmrelets, etc' N ovelties, Sporting Goods Gifts for all occasions. May we suggest that you visit us for your gifts or personal needs 8 Jay St. Rochester 6, N. Y. HARRY BRODY Jeweler LOcust 5850 672 Clinton Ave. North BAker 0440 89 011,42 SCHOOL SA wfvos wmrbe ff, 55 Arzsffv FRANIQIN .... qqgfggggggfqg ww A QX95o to Jlfflfp is I Gen? QJUNPQ3 48 m4 '28 Lg? ,QQ:'v'1 "44f. 5923.13 fr. ., ROC H ESTE R SAVINGS BANK ,ff Q. Q wguww is nscuum is mm rm- fb, E N SAVINGS W 20 PLAN TODAY FOR TOMORROW Plan to join the tele- phone company. Good pay first day of employment. Scheduled increases Vacation with pay. Pleasant working condi- tions. Apply now. NEW YORK TELEPHONE CO. limfnluyulwll Ulliu' for ll.'0IIH'll 95 North Fitzhugh St. lst Floor or Consult Your School Adviser Facts about the COMPTOMETER SCHOOL LOCATION-310-312 First Federal Bldg., Rochester 4, N. Y. Phone-BAker 6003-M. E. Bleshoy, Mgr. Course-Interesting and practical, l0 to 12 weeks. Individual instruction. Refresher--Special short refresher course now available. Placement-Placement Service free to operators and employers. Classes--Day and Evening. New classes every Monday. Tuition-Complete Cost including di- ploma, Sl25 payable in weekly installments. THE OFFICIAL COMPTOMETER SCHOOL Opemlerl by flue Complomerer Dil'.l.tifJlI ol FELT 6 TARRANT MANUFACTURING CO. PATRONIZE THE Beniamin Franklin Cooperative Book Store for QUALITY AND ECONOMY A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES ii'- "k ' I ffl!-.-., EVROLET Wfe Cooperate With School in Driver Training Cool Chevrolet Corp. 360 Culver Rd. MOnroe 2340 Compliments of NORLENES BRIDAL SHOPPE S U S K I N D S Fine Wall Papers Sundure Paints Window Shades 1298 Nonh shed Venetian Blinds Draperies BAker 7852 gp,-,, Daily 1:00 . 9,-00 53 State S+. HA. 629I 5"""f"'? 1-'00 ' M0 289 Joseph Ave. HA. 7155 Compliments of L. Compliments of 556 Norton St. EMpire 0149 LA DUCA MOTORS 855 Sl. P I St. X I onte t u "U Qptzczan Phone cunvef 6797 l.Ocust 7622 MODERN EYEWEAR 776 North Clinton HAmilton 2915 Hours: Daily 2 to 9 P.M., Sullwrlny I0 A.M. to 6 P.N. Compliments of SIGMA KAPPA DELTA SMAU-'NE DRUGS Cor. Clinton Are. and Ridge Rd. GITI.IN'S Gitlin's Jewelry - Appliances Glenwood 4649 149 North Clinton Ave. Rochester 4, N. Y. HAmilton 2168 HAmilfon 3025 Compliments of a Friend Eat at 1652 St. Paul St. Rochester N. Y. BARRY'S SERVICE STATION Ed Barry and Nate Brightman, Props. 924 St. Paul St. GI.enwood 9054 Best Wishes MOSERS STUDIO 27 Clinton Ave. North BAker 7920 9 THURSTON CLEANERS Comer Norton 8. North HAmilton 4463 Serving your neighborhood for ten years Don't Miss SAM'S Lightweights, now showing SCHWINN, RUDGE, PHILLIPS 21 5. , F Y A gQ 7,i'x yr,-A f il T-1, JF, VA . K 4,1 T 4 ' W if' ' M115 Sam-The Bicycle Man has a beautiful line of BICYCLES, Schwinn, Rollfast, Dayton, Tri- cycles and Bicycles. Bikes Rented 251: an hour. All Parts - Expert Repairs Open Daily 'til 7, rloscd Mon. SAM'S 825 N. Clinton Delivery Service BAker 6131 BON JON'S TUX SHOP let us be the one to fit you in a tuxedo for your next formal occasion. We carry a complete line of all the latest styles in formal attire and accessories. BAlter 1558 700 Clinton Ave. N. Open evenings We're Glad To Help You We want to do more than provide a de- pendable supply of electric and gas service to all our Customers. We will do everything we can to help you get the most efficient and economical use out of such service. Please call us when you think we can help. 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LHQGQ -, 'N 9 ln? l Paper supplies of every description I' fy 1 xx Cups - Towels - Napkins etc. 1 . .. n X cm" -- - I-,mme nu-...L ' IQNIID UNDII AUVNOIIYY DI 'WI COCA-COUA CONPANY IV ROCHESTER COCA COLA BOTTLING CORP. A. L. Anderson Sons BAi:er 5808 95 X Nom:-I PARK JEWELERS x X , A 9 AND APPLIANCES X x - 1930 Norton Street lg". I .4 fl . X H0pkins ores .-X U FLORAL SHOP Compliments of Special Attention and MANDEI.l..'S PRESCRIPTION Special Prices Given To Franklinites . H. S. Mcndell Ph. G. HAmilton 6295 ' We Deliver Portland at Norton EMpire 0385 BASTIAN BROS. CO. ' s woo clinton Ave. N.' ' Phone: Glenwood 3380 Class Rings, Announcements Club Pins, Fraternity and Sorority Emblems I-Ioppy's Favorite BOND BREAD It's Honestly Good Arch Supports and Arcb Support Slmes For the Entire Family Sneaks and Basketball Sboes Too romuatsuozs 1624 Clifford Ave. Open Evenings Till 9 P.M. 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