Milne School - Bricks and Ivy Yearbook (Albany, NY)

 - Class of 1954

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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1954 volume:

THE MILNE SCHOOL ALBANY, NEW YORK senlor class of 1954 presents IIEIJCIICJ I-ff3VlXIl L....3 YI! C-Nl-If I XJLJLJLJ I-.JLBIXI L13 Ill VTFUEI S: A 'E' bricks dc ivy oreword As you look through your 1954 edition of the Bricks and Icy, you will notice that we have not tried to introduce any radical changes in the book. We have tried to include good taste, sense of balance and concise writing in the hope that the combination will emerge as a worthwhile yearbook, which will be conducive to happy memories. l sincerely hope we have accomplished our aims. I would like to thank Mr. Edward P. Cowley for his steady counseling and assistance, without which this book could not have been possible. Thanks also go to Mr. Edward Fagan of the English Department for his aid with the literary aspects of the yearbook, and to all the staff members who have worked so diligently to pro- duce this 1954 Bricks and ity Sally Simmons Edttor Bricks and Ivy Edttortal Board Left to Right Ira Rhemgold Adverttsmg Edztor Sally Simmons Edttorm Chief Beryl Scott Literary Edztor Jerry Thomas Art Editor 'W---, X '5 K , .f K f X : Q. A 4 .X,., W na '- ' Q x 4...-......A W ....,.,, ,, A ., rmamgivni 'Y p fl: It 1 1 2 1 Hvhlff' 9134 f , WSL ? 55' mm . I Ljlfl .llfl 1'lL'lf lluil. 'Hum Uulwr. lruwq Uur llmugllls rrurll uul In you nfwtmw lfrlfllwsslv rwrvrr-rf. lK'IlIIIllI'Il'l:1' uf lfllfll und righl Cuirlf' IIS in IIIHIIS uf liglzlq U 1' .vlrull ln- jIll.l1I'Il in lwurl. Yvrrr ln' fur upurl. Un rzllrrwfl lruils Plllflllfli lfllfll In l'lll',l I'lII1l'IIfl'I!. xx We the Class of 1954 dedicate our yearbook to Mrs. Clara Hemmelt, to show our appreciation for her tireless efforts on our behalf and her willing guidance so cheerfully given during our years in Milne. Thank You, Mrs. Hemmett. Mrs. Clara B. Hemrnett dedication Academlc I rl 'Z Dr. Theodore H. Fossieck administration Our Principal Speaks .. "We of The Milne School faculty are pleased to have the opportunity of sending through your yearbook our congratulations on a year well done and our best wishes for even greater accomplishments in years to come. Whenever you pick up this edition of the Bricks and Ivy, we hope that it will recreate for you as it does for us the happy memories of the 1953-1954 school yearf' Theodore H. Fossieck Principal Guidance Directors Ilr. Mary Catherine Hudson and Mr. john Ralph 7'ihhvm Vlflllfj' lu Ihr Prinripul HIM. Marian C. Scully Indu trlal Arte Department Mr Harlan Raymond -.J Library Miss Mabel Jackman and Mrs. Mildred Caine. f I I E C 2 Art Department Mr. Edward P. Cowley Math Department Miss Mary A. Lynch, Miss Elizabeth Class. and Mr. Russell Blythe, Home Eeonomirs Department Mrs, Anna Barsam. Physical E4hn'ation Department Miss Lydia K. Murray and Mr. Harry Grogan. IGI if mils U T90 f Language Department English Department Left to Right: Mr. Edward Fagan, Left to Right: Miss Harriett Sartwell. Mr. Hugh Smith, Miss Anita Dunn, Miss Ruth E. Wasley, and Mr. .lack and Mr. James Cochrane. Krail. Musir Department Dr. Roy York, Ir. in Q. li! Social Studies Department Left to Right: Mr. Arthur Soderlind, Miss Millicent Haines, and Dr. Gerald if Business Department Snyder. Dr. Ruth Woolschlager, Mrs. , 'Nlurraret Armetrong Missing Science Department k g Ijirdlrfpi ur! Veggie Left to Right: Dr. Carleton Moose, mm ' A " 5 ' Mrs. Clara B. Hemmett. and Mr. Tucker, Nlr. Roswell Fairlmank. Francis Harwood. Left to Right: Ira Rheingold, Treas- urer: Creighton Cross, President: Sherril Miller, Secretary: Arthur Melius, Vice-President. 'Valedictorian Nancy G. Redden. Ilonor Students Left to Right: Leonard Ten Eyck, Shirley Male, Mary Lou Deitrich, Arthur Melius. Missing from Picture: David Howard. Class flfficers 'T Salutatorian Barbara 1. Mabu.s. ELIZABETH M ALEXANDER Betty A hard worker and always frlend ly We couldn t have put the Sen lor Play across without her RICHARD HARRY BENNETT Dtck Our rarlty A frlendly even tempered redhead -as JOHN LOUIS ARMSTRONG ack Even though he came to us later h lS st ll o All Amerlcan Boy lui SI SAN LI OYD BOWFR Susze A slncere gal Sue took over all our jobs What would we haue done mthout her? I9l KARL M BECKER Kar Ixarl s the Imlted Tractlon Comp any s chlef compeutor He never ALICF MARY BRODY Allce IS the talkative member of our class We haven t found any body who can compete wlth her ,y K I :sl as A 9 e ' i ur " - ' 99 Cf 77 Cf . l77 , . ' says, UNO". 'M CCAF, ff ' 77 1 - . ' . ' l a . , . . X Al T f . ll ' 97 4 . ,K- ALFRED 'NI BRLNINER 9, Fred' A mfty dreseer and a real great guy That s our Fred RICHARD LFROY BRUCE his A WILLIAM R BULLION III Dlgk Bzll Poncho Well always remember Drck for We HIVNBWS know where Bill IS the help he 5 glven us m all our ,-N he has such a hearty lau h and IS proyects """' one of our most lllceable Qemors 36 'UE ROBERT LEE BYRUM Bob Bugs Our Bob lS shlrley the artlet o the class HELEN PATRICIA CANFIELD Pat Patsy 5 Our eflerveseent peppy cheer leader mth deep deep dlmples 510 ILDITH ELIYABETH COTTER Judy Judy IS the gal who IS never at a loss for a crack She kept all our classes lnely I y gi 9 ' f , . 1 Y 1 , v T Y f' - . . 1 1 K6 9 ' T I M ' 9 1 IX A ' f, . ' X' Q , 1? If' - f .' J V I . ' I 1 gg . ,, 1 5 cc - 7: cc as 7 ' , ' ' . . , J, l , , , E A V U . 4 9 K Q , I . ' Elf' 'w .a ,z ap, L 7 4 wifiv fr"wZ2E,r a -' -. gl.: W ' f -1- , f , ,, ,K ' A I V I . T I , 66 77 CG 77 CS 77 ' ' - 46 - as - ' f , , KI 77 66 77 f I 1 A - ' - A I s V. . . , , I , f I, Q' f ' , 4"-0 'B CREICHTON LEE CROSS Crzss Crecght Our record breaker ln the Senior Room and on the basketball court MARY LOL ISE DEITRICH OIL Mary Lou s executne ab1l1ty was brought out 1n our Crzmson and Whzte publlcatlons Q RALPH LAWRENCE Cl IVER lar Larry One of the quleter but necessary members of our class em 9- RORFRT JAMES DORN Bo Our mana er who has always taken care of CYCI'WtlllIlg with 1 bmxle Ull DIANF MARCIA DAVISON A laugh well never forget frnendly way she newer forgets VIRT INIA A EDWARDS Ginny Only one year at Mllne and al reads a wonderful frlend to member 'X F I , ' ' ,L Y T V 7 1 4 K. U Q: cc 99 cc as .rs , 1 3 K puff" R I Y K 1 T A sa - as - as 'Ii' xp ccDedeaa . . ' , 9 V , J , a 7 ' I . l . nM. L39 aL as cs - 1: 7 a v I - ' . - - I' ' ' re 'W-K . sa bv A ' U , . . P L A A " N- - ' if ' v' . fr ' h - ' . A -er RICHARD LESTER EGELSTOIN Dzck A qulet sense of humor but hls tlmely remarks have panlcked many a class ALICE M GUNTHER Sugar and SPICC and everythmg mce thats our future home maker ELEAINOR M ERB 7 Our goodwlll ambassador her frlendly nature w1Il be long re membered WILLIAM F HOFFMAN L A frlend to all and a very wllllng workel U2 ALICE MARIE ERWIN So wlvaclous a ral mooth dancer RICHARD H HOLZHAUER Dzck ulet but so sxncere that s Dlck A . G6Ell 79 T Ab.. M G6 ' 97 GSAIS7 . 7 . Q Y. . Q C S HAZ!! i Q . 7 . 1 , . I aB 'Uv 7 . mx I DAVID C HOWARD Dave An able Student Councll Pres ldent a leader well newer for e HANNAHI KORNREICH Han A radlant smile for everyone personallty plus' WILLIAM J. KELLER IR. Bill Sonny Bill may not be the tallest in our class but oh how he can run FERALD NORTON LINTON ferry Ierrvs the polltlcran of the class ,Iust ask hlm sometxme whether W" 18 wear olds should vote Us ,-,, E KATHERINE L KENDALL Kathy A sport a smlle and a frlendlv way H JUDSON LOCKWOOD Jud Jud babe Frlendly and shy an unusual fectly 3 CC 57 CC 97 7 9 cc 79 . I 45 I ,, I . L 5 . q . I . v , Y - I g r. tx 'lv . 66 2, CK 77 CC 97 1 I 5 - - . I combination, but Jud fits it per- J . f , f' ,f , . . . I X A y ' . - Q1 ' Z ,I -1, ' BARBARA JANE MABUS ar Barb hasn t been mth us long but 1n her short stav she s danced her way lnto our hearts MARY LUCAS MCNAMARA Mar babe You name lt shes got xt a real asset to any class SHIRLEX AlN N 'VIALE Shlrl Her sarcasllc humor has kept us all laughmg ARTHUR ROSSMAN MELIUS r M eel Our own tall dark and hand SOIIIC 5141 GAIL ANN McCORMACK Mac ful A partys not a partx mthoul Gall she really llkes to lne 1t SHERRIL JUNE MILLER Sherry Sher Mxss lNutcatraz Sherrxl 1 ln a very slncere manner quxet MARGARET LOUISE MORAN Marg Bleached Blonde? Not our Marg Ask her about Chemlstry sometlme she s well lnformed on that subject WILLARD GLAZIER MYERS Wzll' A quiet mannered guy but Wlll has the ablllty to get thlngs done 1,-.- JOHN R MURPHY Murph Hes a smoothle A green Ford wlth lts contract are a couple of hls many assets K K ANN JOYCE OETJEN Ann UICI ln a well dressed manner l15l 48 JAMES H MYERS lm Never argue wlth hlm about box mg he mxght floor you HARRY OLIVER PAGE JR oe We go Pago Well tag along because hes really golng places 'V-3 ,f 5 r L. 1 . ' 7 as 97 I ' , 9 ' Q . 3 Di Q 4, ,, ssl- as as as ' ' . ' ' 5 ' . . , . . . 1 '-: 3 A ' . fl .-v: , 6 ,Q 4. I ac - 1 ' V W I nj 9: - . X gg sa 9 ' , Q ' ' 1 . . . g - V cc 79 , ,V ? Q . . ,S .J -.x N 1 1 Q - . A Q at f V Q 1 1 , I ' Q Q Q. ' if 4 'i 4 1' ' Q-.znslnf mu, NAR CY G RFDDEN Nance IRA HOWARD RHEINGOLD Iras husmess sense and hard work has helped us through our years at Milne. :QQ BURMA V ROGERS Norm The cla s whnz kxd mth a frrendlv Norma s another exceptlon to the hello for everyone rule Qhe may he a redhead .-qv' but we ve never seen her dlsplay a temper JAMES P Rl LISON BRENDA B SANDBERC' lm Bren B Fasx goln always ready to lend A frxendly buslnesswoman wxth a a helpful hand lot of horse sense MARY PATRICIA RYAN Mlm Mzmz The Reso of the 'Vhlne girls Basketball team shell never be forgotten U53 Y T . . , . CG 79 ' 65 97 . . . . , . ' Sf ' ' . . , , ' U gc 7, ' 1 ,t , 1 g - R rr, , . :W 'e A - l JR- to A y . 1 cel- 1: " A ca 1: cc sa as 57 r 5,4 ,, 5 A A 1 V k as - 79 as ' -9: ky , ' :Q ' l Q A ss v va - - 5 A , , n 4 ' 1 i - 7 h ' ' l 4 Q 7 . ' wk ' 'CY J I 4' b l , 8 4.5 "?i:.L,'2 ' 5 - , g. . X Q X I, fl 7 BERYL ELIZABETH SCOTT er VCfS3I1lC9 Very ' Talented 9 FI ORFNCF ELLA SEI MAN 0 Our Bronx bombshell with a llght and brlght personahty SARA ISABEL SIMMONS Sally Theres always an exceptlon I every rule Our Sals ot beauty saxd lt' ARTHI R DONALD SNIITH Don Don s vocabulary would even stump Webster 'L lv. and bralns NIARY I STRAILERE llttlc llary Our brown eyed beauty wlt qulet but slncere personallty TOBY LEE STONE O I Dug that crazy laugh backed by Q a well en e of humor E171 'O s A. T h I 1 I A T7 I V 7 I Q ' 4 'I MFI as I r . , M - ca - I V GSB 9: X - 3 fl sc ss Trernendouslyl Fliendly?-You Q 1' . ' g I . . V . .,. ye e 'ha f y v AT A ' ' A v A. ,Af ' ei 3 :aT bn ' 'Q M S' S 'V L Q . ' v ja "' if ALAN A TAMAROFF Alan s hxdden talents helped make our Semor Play a success CARL H WAGONER Car We are sure that we have other Albert Emsteln ln Carl EMMETT S TEN BROECK Emmett Blg Hearted Herbert and he IS oo LEONARD C TEN EYCK en Leonard IS the talented member of our class Well never forget how beautlfully he slngs Ave Marla DONALD HAY WILSON A wunnerful guy' Oh how dull our classes would have been w1th out hrs terrific sense of humor BEATRICE M WEINSTEIN Bea Beatty Her talents lxe 1n her muslcal ablllty and her frxendly manner lsms 5183 E if ' 7, ll 65 ' L ' , I . UAZ39 GGL . 97 7 ' n ' 1 ' ' S6 ' 77 ' Cl Wir? if CCHay77 Cl 77 Si 75 l . an- ' - CC 7, cl 77 JOHN ALLAN WOLFE Wal Le Zeke John may be quiet but hes got plenty of brains and we re sure he s headed for success MARTIN WOLMAN "Marty" "Mody,' is uthe least" to say "the most" with "Mary,' times in his future. GRETCHEN WRIGHT Cretch Her tales of her West Point ex curslons have enllvened many a cass fauna I 19 20 FRU HERE All I Want ls The Facts Ma am' September rolls around and we see a confused throng of seventh graders golng up the Down stalrs We had our first taste of pohtlcal llfe wlth the electron of homeroom OHICCFS Our homeroom polltlcxans were Margte Schnezder Beryl Scott and Art Melzus Due to bony legs and an urge to set a new style Mzmz Ryan started wearlng knee socks but unfortunately thlS style dldn t catch on untll the eleventh grade One fad that dld catch on how ever was flannel turtleneck sweaters Wlth great expectat1ons we awalted our first dance Except for Beryl Scott and Harry Page Brenda Sandberg and Ray Fzsher the rule was glrls on one slde boys on the other The mad chase on Halloween nlght clean as we trled to square dance at the Loudon vzlle canteens Our boys started thelr great bas ketball career as they beat Ia Salle 24 17 Sprln arrned mth the Sprtng Concert and our first field trlp to Saratoga June rolled around and our final burst of energy was used up at our first Iunzor Hugh Formal We had passed our first stage of progressive educatlon Ktlroy was Here' And so were we starting the year as big elghth graders By now we felt llke old veterans as we showed the seventh grade glrls how to get to the boys locker room Our presldent for our second year ln Mllne was Art Melzus Ray Fzsher started our soclal season off with a bang fnot the shotgun tarletyl His party w1ll always be re membered for 1ts flashlxght and laundry chute At Hyde lark the Hudson Rlver almost clalmed wunner ul Wzlson Softball ln the woods and hot dogs were the latest fads at Hannahs party lSt0I' t Before we knew lt May came lnt0 vrew and we were campalgnmg madly for .lunzor Student Coun czl OHICCS Some of the wmnlng slogans that ram! through the halls were Ce! Smart Vote or Art Dont Tarry Vote or Mary Dont be Sally Vote or Wzlly Dont be a Dad Vote or fad' Needless to say the wmners were Art Melrus Mary McNamara Don Wzlson and ,lad Lockuood Once agaln the ,lunzor Hugh Formal ended our year and we were prepared to return as the junlor hlgh wheels Real George' And thats what our freshman year was A the bosses of the junlor hlgh brought forth thelr tremendous capabllltles John Wole kept us ln hand as presldent of the class Sal babe started her nov famous career as a party giver It was to quote really jaz We had a freshmen bas ketball team and Art Melzns and Don Srnzth even made the I V Squad Needless to say we were all proud of the gals that cheered our boys on to xlctors Wlth sprlng came the baseball season when several of our boys were seen on the dra mond Two of them even made varslty The funzor Hzgh Formal came and went We were proud of Mary McNamara and Creighton Cross our queen and kmg We left an mdellble mark on the lunlor hlgh as our great ambltlon was finally realwed and we went on to the senlor hlgh So Whats New' Ewerythmg seemed new to us As me crossed the threshold mto soclets with the blg deals we were suddenly saddened by the death of our classmate Norman Safer The glrls were rushed by um and Szgma and the long awalted banquets finally arrlved Phyllzs Burnett left our ranks for o' V 1 3 . o h ' f h 55 3 77 ' l , I . , ' Q 0 ' - cc 9: ' . l l -I . 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T . 66 ! 7, ' ' 0 ' ' I u v , u p senlor class Rao de fanzero and we gave her a big surprise party We were really heartbroken when the big blizzard of 52 kept us from school But we made good use of our time with a toboggan party which ended up at Susze Bowers house for cocoa Toby Lee Stone had an open house 1n honor of the arrival of our class rings and the departure of our gloxes The basketball season came and we found manv of our boys playing varsity ball The cheer leading squad also had some recruits from among our ranks A final burst of energy brought us through our exams and we now found ourselves members of the .lunzor Class Having a Party Lady' This was the year we really exerted our abil 1t1es in all fields After settling down to the usual routine we got right to work with plans for the January we took our first stab at College Boards and most of us came out victorious? Our boys really proved themselves in the sports field as we found Jud Art Smzttze Pago and Murph on the varsity basketball team wlth Crzss taking dividual scoring honors In March a group of us found ourselves descending on the Bzg Czty for the Columbia Press Con erence What a weekend' Semor Student Counczl elections were the spring highlights with everyone campaigning like mad When the final votes were counted we found we had Daud Houard as president Harry Page helping him Hannah Kornrezch taking the mln utes and Bzll Bullion handling our financial mat ters As the year drew to a close we were busy arranging plans for graduation Sherrzl and Art were the handsome marshalls who led the seniors down the aisle on the big night When the ex citement was over we finally realized that we were now Brg Seniors and that one more year would finish our career in Milne 412 or Over Actmg' The blg year finally arrived and leading us through our activities were Crezghton Cross our class president Arthur Melzus vice president Sher rll Miller secretary and Ira Rhemgold treasurer We discovered that we had many competent actors among us as we produced our Senior Play Bzg Hearted Herbert which was the biggest success in lVl1lnes history financially anyway ln he midst of our preparations for opening night we were granted our off campus privileges Lddzes here ue come' Filling out college applications became a favorite pastime for most of us But when those letters of acceptance came 1t proved us busy with plans for the card party Nancy Red den as ,eneral chairman kept us all hard at work and we found we had scored another success The basketball season was highlighted with Crezghton breaking the school record with 34 points for one game Parties and open houses were as usual varied and frequent As spring and the baseball season came to the front we found ourselses really studying for our finals The gen zor Banquet was wonderful and a good time was had bv all Our last mlass activity the Senzor Ball was tremendous' The boys looked handsome in their tuxes and of course the girls looked beautiful in their summer formals Everyone was saddened as the year finally ended and we realized that at last our six years were at an end Grad uation seemed to tie our Milne career together and we all left with happy memories f21 I 5 0 2 0 0 ' 0 Q 0. .Q ',' Q O C I . . , , t ' . , . n V if ' ' 7, . , . . . 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'ro 5 2 t senlor class We the Class of 1954- berng of weak mrnd and strong back hereby make publrc and declare one last wrll and testament PAT CANFIELD gladly leaves her three treas urers books to anyone who can mrx them up as well as she drd FLORENCE SELMAN leaves behrnd her bottle of Lrght and Brrght for any and all slum ber partres JOHN WOLFE leaves hrs posrtron on the bench to the Frtzgerald twrns ARTHUR MELIUS has drscarded hrs lrttle black book so anyone foolrsh enough to use rt may have that pleasure DONALD WILSON leaves hrs SSSSure to anyone who stutters MARY LOU DEITRICH bequeaths her ex tensrve vocabulary to Mr Webster BERYL SCOTT leaves behrnd her Academy dances for her srster Cathy SUE BOWER and GAIL McCORMACK be stow therr pallets and knowledge of the finer arts to ,loan Canfield and Mrcky Cohen MIMI RYAN leaves her D A to Lrnda Shoudy CREICHTON CROSS donates hrs scrapbook to anyone who can fill hrs shoes SALLY SIMMONS leaves her letter box and farthful pen to any underclassmen who keep the postmen busv JI D LOCKWOOD has grven hrs Cas to the Natural Cas Company DOINALD SMITH leaves hrs storres to anv one who wrshes to be sued for slander Wlll ELEAINOR ERB sadly turns over her Crrl Scout Handbook to Judy Young BILL BLLLION wrlls the back of the aud rtorrum to any erstwhrle surtors BARBARA MABUS leaves her yogurt to any one who wants to go on a health dret Anyone fortunate enough to get rt may have EVIMETT TEN BROECK S lead rn the Senror P ay ALICE ERWIN SHIRLEY MALE and DEDE DAVISON leave therr Loudonvrlle antrcs to Mary Krllough Jackre Marks and Elsa Weber We re sure that they ll be rn good hands CRETCHEN WRICHT takes her dramatrc talents wrth her We know she ll use them MARY MQNAMARA s polrtrcs are left behrnd for future campargns HARRY PAFE leaves hrs well known name to Page Hall BOB BYRUM leaves hrs radro reparrrng abrl rtres to the Albany Radro Hosprtal GIINNY EDWARDS bestows herself upon Mrchrgan State s football team MARY STRAZZERE bestows her shy smrle and ladvlrke ways to Shrrley Vanderberg HAINNAH KORNREICH leaves her rnfectrous laughter to those dead classes We wrll leave FRED BRUYINER to he Erghth Cracle Crrls because we know they lrke hrm so much We the Senror Class leave Marv Ann O Con nell her cusprdor for future Senror Plavs All the Dodos rn the Senror Class leave therr foul shots to Mrss Murray Wrtnessed by Carl 'VIcCormack Dede Dawson Mrmr Rvan Arthur Melrus U5 l O 1 0 0 , . 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X Y. 24 p r o h e c y SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY The scene lS the Waldorf Astorla New York Clty on a sprmg day ln the year 1974 ALAIN TAIVIAROFF has prepared a stupendous meal for the reumon of the Mllne class of 1954 Because of the large number of celebrltles here we find a roxlng reporter ALICE ERWIIN mlngllng wlth the crowd and mqulrmg about the accompllsh ments of the Mllne Alumnl over the past twenty years BETTY ALEXANDER has recently been chosen prxnclpal of the Loudonvllle School Because of JOHN ARIVISTRONCs past ex perlence wlth elevators he has been chosen pres ldent of that umon KARI BECKER has bought out Don Allen Chesrolet No wonder we see so many Chevles parked m front of the hotel DICK BENNETT IS followmg Schwertzers career and has recently brought some feroclous anlmals from AfflCa SI SAN BOWER IS now headmg an lnterna tlonal orphanage for all under prlvlleged chlldren ALICE BRODY has been modelmg her na turally curly halr for a well known halr styllst Smce he s always been a whlz at Math we re not at all surprised that DICK BRUCE has just won the Nobel PYIZC for Mathematxcs BILL BULLION IS now very happily marrled and rs rarslng three darlmg towheads Ceneral Flectrxc has recently acqulred one of our most capable Alumnr BOB BYRUM IS now headmg thus plant PAT CAINFIELD IS stlll charmmg everyone wxth her deep dlmples and sweet smlle JUDY COTTER has gone 1nto the very re wardmg field of Soclal Work CREICHTON CROSS was named outstandlng basketball player 1n college he was also named to the vue squad to rld the world of all Dr SIIIIICSQ and hls bovs IARRY CIIVER has just desl ned a new cow boy boot that fits better and lasts longer than any other cow bov boot on the market ETER ITY DEDE DAVISOIN s name has gone down ln the annals of Congress for her famous filxbusters 'Vlanaglng the Walter Reld Hospxtal xn Wash mgton IS our own R IN MARY IOU DEITRICH BOB DORN IS now coachmg the lVI1lne Red Ralders and the rumor has been that they re do mg a terrlfic job thls year CIINNY EDWARDS now has her own T V SIIOW and IS Arthur Codfrey s chlef rlval In rharge of the I nlted States C1v1l Defense IS our own DICK EOLESTON Knowmg how fast ELEAINOR ERB drlves we are not surprlsed to Hnd that she was the Hrst woman to w1n the Indxanapolls 500 mlle race We find ALICE CIIINTHER slttlng prettv amldst Rotkefellers mllllons taking care of hls prlvate mall BIII HOFFMAN has come up through the ranks and IS now Secretary of the Navy DICK HOLZHAUER has just returned from South Amerlca where he bullt a m1ll1on dollar brldge ln Buenos Alres Starrmg 1n Bxg Hearted Herbert whlch was just revned for the movles IS DAVID HOWARD who IS a candldate for the Oscar because of h1s famous love scene BILL KELLER has just desrgned a new ultra modern school made of glass to replace the old IVI1lne School One of Babe Ruths blggest rlvals 1S our slugger KATHY KENDALL HANWAH KORINREICH has just set a speed record for travellmg around the world on a Pogo stuck Due to hrs loyalty to Loudonvrlle JERRY IINTON has just bought the Loudonvllle Bus Company and has settled down ln that famous suburb We always knew that IUD LOCKWOOD was a baseball pro Hes now managlng the ever famou New York Yankees The Ballet Russe just played m New York and our own BARBARA MABLS was the star of thls famous ballet O 1 T5 ' 9 ' , 7 U 1 . 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V , , V 1 - :2 - ' , V if Y 7 2 75 a V SHIRLEY NIALE has been awarded the Pu lltzer Prlze for her famous book that was just publlshed FAIL MCCORVIACK has been chosen to head the Womens Sports Department of the New York Tlmes MARY lVIclNAMARA IS new chlef executlve buyer for lord and Taylor and just deslgned a new mlnk lounglng robe Pastor of the Rlxerslde Church here ln New York IS our own slncere ART MELIUS SHERRIL MILLER has just won the Pllls bury Bake OH contest wlth her extra speclal brownles MARFARET MORAN IS modellng her natural tow head for the Drene ads Wlth all hls past experlence ln thls field are not surprlsed to learn that JOHN MURPHY has opened up hls own gas statlon Looklng through the sports page recently we have seen the name of JIM MYERS as the welter welght champlon of the world WILL MYERS has just been appolnted pres ldent of the Bank of Amerlca ANN OETJEIN IS now Chlef deslgner for Jacques Fath the famous women s clothes de slgner IH Parls HARRY PACE IS now relaxlng ln hls fortune that he made when he publlshed hls famous book Hou to Sale llllllons When You re Young Recently appolnted to the U IN IS our poll tlcally mlnded INAIXCY REDDEN IRA RHEINFOLD has stepped lnto hls fathers shoes and opened up a modernlstlc drug store but lt s for Mllne students only We haxe seen NORNIA ROGERS plcture ln famous magazlne 'No wonder shes the new danclng clgare te glrl for Pall Mall JINI RI LISON has just opened on Broadway ln I Remember Junlor We seem to have qulte a few stars wlth us todav On our way IHIO the blg Clty we saw a used car lot wlth a Slgn over It Ryan s Racy Rockets That s owned of course by MIMI RYAN BRENDA SANDBERF IS rldlng ln the Mad lson Square Carden Horse Show and we gather that she s dolng very well BERYL SCOTT IS now Chlef organlst at Carnegle Hall No wonder wlth all her background Upon asklng FLORENCE SELMAN what she s been dolng she sald that she s spent most of her tlme ln Florlda basklng ln the sun DONALD SMITH IS a 'Wall Street KID!! speclallzlng ln stocks and bonds TOBY LEE STOINE has been taklng llfe easv Shes stlll not qulte recovered from her operatlon Voted Secretary of the Year IS none other than MARY STRAYZERE EMMETT TEN BROFCK has recently been applauded for hls tremendous role of Scrooge ln Dlckens Chrlstmas Carol There were many remarks about LEONARD TEN EYCK s volce at the banquet today It seems that he has hls own T V show now CARL WAGONER IS now a famous ventrllo Teachln ln the Albany Publlc School System IS BEATRICE WEINSTEIN The k1dS all love her DONALD WILSON IS the star clown for Barnum and Balley We thlnk thats a perfect role for hlm JOHN WOLFE has been performlng surgery on h1S pet snakes and IS ln the employ of the Bronx oo Recentlv appolnted Chlef Justlce of the Su preme Court IS MARTIN WOLMAN CRETCHEY WRIGHT has opened a flnlshlng school jut a few blocks from the Waldorf She has developed qulte a llkln for lNew York We are very sorry that SALLY SIMMONS and FRED BRIYXER were unable to be wlth us tonlght Sallv IS modelln for Chrlstlan Dlor ln Parls and Fred our lnternatlonal playboy has just embarked on another world tour 525 0 O 3 Q C C 1 , - V . . . 9 ' ' ' - - - . cc 9 av ' 1 ' - 9 1 ' I A I . . . . - N, 1 K 7 I , . , ' v I ' ' ' . . . . 1 . 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I - - ' 9 1 7 Who Runners up MOST TALElNTED Leonard Ten Eyck Beryl Scott FRIEN DLI EST Judson Lockwood Pat Canfield MOST INTELLIGENT Most Talented Barbara Mabus Robert Byrum Davld Howard Barbara Mabus Frlendlxest Hannah Kornrezch Rzchard Holzhauer Most Intelllgent Nancy Redden fohn Wol e MOST SOPHISTICATED Most Soph1st1cated Shzrley Male John Murphy John Wolfe Sally Simmons CLASS CHARMERS Alfred Brunner Pat Canfield HEADED FOR SUCCESS John Wolfe Nancy Redden CLASS CLOWNS Donald Wilson Pat Canfield Class Charmers: Headed for Success: C1855 Cl0WHS1 Alice Erwin, Mary Lou Deitrich, Gail MCC0fII1aCk, Donald Wilson David Howard Ridlafd BTUCC l a i fa-q . ..z, ff' A V as ff'fff? Who Runners-up: CLASS POLITICIANS Harry Page Mary Lou Deitrich MOST POPULAR Iudson Lockwood Mary McNamara MOST ATHLETIC Creighton Cross Nancy Redden BEST DRESSED Karl Becker Hannah Kornreich BEST LOOKING Alfred Brunner Mary Strazzere DID MOST FOR MILNE Creighton Cross Mary Lou Deitrich BEST DANCERS Martin Wolman Alice Erwin Best Looking: Sally Simmons, Arthur Melius Class Politicians: Gretchen Wright, Martin Wolman Most Popular: Pat Canfield, Crezghton Cross Most Athletic: Mimi Ryan, ludson Lockwood Best Dressed: Margaret Moran Fred Brunner Did Most For Milne: Best Dancers Mary McNamara, Ginny Edwards Harry Page Donald Smith .......a- it ,, ,, 2 xifq '.1HL,o' If ay, fs' 51:1 V ,Hx gun 'llll hu hu ,hulnillnm nfl MISS U Q 1 W W 6 ,f wk, J 31' 3 49' ' 3 Q ' ?'M- 'ff . ' " 1 5 Q -I Y V533 fMH5V ' gin: L W Fl V- 'W fi fi iie K ia ' 4, if M 'A ,, Y, ,K 1' W? I C0 , 5 f A ",:'fM'fg'3T+' it 55's'??1i'X. w'ggg3, , H 5 . .qs 'r-..., mia X. Q via.: x ig: M I fig ,ag 7 "' Ag. 1 J- g-i Km? ' A if 2' a sdjf 1 Exif vff' 517 1 m 4 .Q ,, M , ,, X 3. x 1' x X O Q. 'Aw B 43: CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Janet Vine, Jerry Kane, Jerry Thomas, Larry Cenden. At last we rated the funior Section of the Auditorium. lt was good to see the old friendly faces and the new ones too. Slumber parties and open houses were the features of our first few months. November came, and with it the prep- arations and excitement of planning the Alumni Ball. ln our eyes, it was "the bestn. Again many parties filled the holiday vacation. The excitement of our vacation was forgotten when Mid-year tests arrived, but we struggled through. Many Juniors were seen dancing through the crowd at the Crimson and White and Bricks and Icy Dance. Homeroom 129. Front Row. left to right: Sandra Sieg- mann, Denise Gartner. Marcia Leonard, Polly Ann Viner, Joan Dick, Carol Myers. Second Row: Alice Cosnell, Sheila Fitzgerald, John DuMary, David Neville, Michael We hit Nou' York like a tidal wave, having a thril- ling time at the C.S.l'..4. Convention. Can we ever forget taking over Bricks and Ivy and our first issue of "Crimson and Whiteu? Spring burst forth and presented us with the responsibility of nomi- nations for Student Council officers. How we ever got through our final exams we'll never know, but with graduation and choosing ushers. exams were almost forgotten. With the graduation of the sen- iors came our entrance into the almighty Senior Room. Cohen, Sara Sf-iter, Cecil Blum. Third Row: Peter Birkel, Jon Benediktsson, Thomas Nathan, Richard Edwards, Thomas Foggo, David Brown, Martin Silberg, Peter Hopp- ner. P91 lx:-T a5Xy H, N ,fr y L .sv V 303 -.J N F-lui., "Sharp as nails, tough as bricksl'-Our ath- letes made the Jayvee team and some even made varsity. Our five varsity cheerleaders helped us yell our epiglottis out so that we would win twe usually did tool. We joined everything we could -F. H. A., Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y, Quin, Sigma, Advlphoi, Theta Nu, and Theseum-to mention only a few. These organizations left our pockets empty. The class rings finally came, and with them. the worn-out expression: "See my ring, see my ring." Musieally minded members joined the . .L. .x if, Lf: ff ,1 , f NJV , vp! gl9'v ,Y i x ,fxyygb . il-, -V ,H 1 ' SEQ! +y,J,f,j,' Jf Y L 1 ti' 'x,.0l7FICERS Left to Right: Paul Howard, Mary Killough, David Wilson, Carl Eppel- man. kept quite busy with sleepless slumber parties. dances, and those "Cay,' open houses. Friday nights in the balcony of the Strand were a must for our class. The B 81 I-C 81 W dance was marve- lous-as good as the Quin-Sigma twirl. Regents hit us square in the face. We crammed for them, and a few of the smarter members of the class did fairly well. Baseball was tops this year Qwe should have played the Dodgersl. Next year we will be full-fledged members of the Senior High, having passed all our initiations. A great group choir, band, Milnmen, and Milnettes. We were of "guys and dolls"-"that's our class of '56.', ja- le N ., Jy+kuQ,g,--f' s .,, -,E 4 ,S A L- Q, Homeroom Zlf Fr07'l1fkdIA2!lEft'-'HJ lghtzlijoyce Miller, othy Clizbe, Betty rman, John Wiltrout, Jacqueline Ia-m!k15'fillNfarks, Sue Patack, Caile esteiyelt, Andrea Torner, Donald Mil Chura. Third Row: - -r -AN M - f- , - Iwi 1, n---1.l l ws, -9. 1 W sy ,f P, im: f Q Q' Q , I.. D C in 9, an , t 1 I ' X191 .ff ' Y g f K G ,U gf, iyqv "-M ' L f4i 1,9 v A :'::, -53? 1 ' 2 1 1 qi 3 ET 434,15 ' ,EX 1 , o JN, U nfkim iw, af . YY V, W A 2 3 W 'K fa ' M is 4 , W 'L 4. 7 my gf, A g ,L , La M P fu 5 11 7 L51 gi , QS if 55 3 t if X Q 4 X q . 1 .I 3 D ik Q H v Mqijyiwggitk A 4 -1 fy , Aww. 9th Grade Art Homeroom, Front Row, Powell, Arlene Susser, Sandy Myers, S Hoppner, Penny Male. Second Row At last we are big wheels We hope the team will shape by the time we are seniors, and with the help of our terrific cheerleaders, they certainly could. "Dig that crazy masc0lfff" We are proud to say CLASS OFFICERS llomeroorn Presidc-nts Carolyn Stein Larry Berman left to righgg Sug Metzger, Carol Newton, Carolyn Lacy, Arlene Heinmiller ue Hershey, Ellen Russell Welxlwr, Jim Cohen. Third Row: Gerald Conrad :lean Eisenhart,IJal.- Dau- llonnelly, David Mc-Quaid. Daniel Brown, Irwin Sch:-r, Peter Pappas. Ken Jarrett, Andy Stokes. in the junior high. that "Happy Bear" is a ninth grader. A girl in up intO S0mCll1irlg the class of '57 also wrote our new school song, Algebraic equations and science formulas had us floored. Our dances were Hswelln. We hope that next year will be as great a success as this year in the ninth grade which was "tops". .,-iw.,-f . 5-f,.v" I' f v .-HLYM. Y R U , gf if V ? 4 gf hi an , f M' xwi i CLASS -1 gg OFFICERS Homeroom Presidents Stephanie Condon lane Armstrong Jean Verlaney W My, how our class has aged in one year, We for the freshmen squad, and last, but not least, may only be eighth graders, but it seems as if the roller-skating parties where many of our Hgalsw weare so much older than those underelassmen, could be seen waltzing around the floor. We had a This year saw many activities in our class: dances, W0rld6rful year, and HTC lO0kir1g forward IO Our basketball games, cheerleading, boys getting ready freshman seats in the auditorium. So, look out, freshmen, here we come. Hnmeroorn 130. Front Row, left to right: William Reep- myer, Betsy Price, Cynthia Frommer, Charlotte Sackman, Kathleen Hunter, Sheridan Engle, Carol Bruce, Edward Bennett. Second Row: Charles Kleinman, Harold Cham- hers, George Hartman, Stephen Ten Eyck, John Sama- scott, Howard Werner, Rita Cosnell. Third Row: Annabel Page, Jean Verlaney, George Creighton, Arthur Norris, Rita Skrindzevskis, Patty Averill, Toni Coleman. C? nifvpg, Us tm Y! Homeroom 233, Front Row, left to right: Bill Roth, Aaron Jasper, Hugh Mehan, Martha Hesser, Bryde King, Fred Bass, Betsey Mae Snyder. Second Row: Paula Propp, Gretchen Seite-r, Linda Scher, Nancy Leonard, Mary Con- Here we are, little seventh graders, chock full of questions. Questions such as: uWhere,s the Guidance Office, where's the Little Gym, where's the Math Office, what stairs do we go up, what stairs do we down, whereis this and where's that?,, There are lots of things at Milne besides don, Joanna Wagoner, Larry Civenter, Fred Boehm. Third Row: Richard Lockwood, Keith Warner, Elaine Ault, Josephine Musicus, Harry Grogan, John Fenimore, May Streibel. studying, such as: social life. Are you going to the dance? What girl are you taking? What do you wear to an informal? Who's going to fight over what girl? Sports - The seventh graders are in favor of it all, and think theyive got a couple of pretty fine athletes in their ranks. Pretty soon comes vacation and then upper grades. CLASS OFFICERS 1 llomeroom i'rc-sidents Ann Qnivkenton liarry fiivente-r t Anne- Pitkin ' S ef X fi ,fy 4 , M.-., , 'iff :- 4 fs, 5 f , 1 'if , A W 'sig E' ,' ' ,ig Q ' I ' V 'fff 7 ig X 'Q ' Y fn A5 , , ,. , . , 7 Q . GA! X P 1 Q ll H ACtlUltl08 EI? N 1 9 9 3A,:kV i""""' . :IVV ' YIVIE Wil I if , is e , Q g R I ' Milf? , 'R 1 -, Vji, ,J 1+ 356255 ' A W , Q V-A ' yivifffzrex ., 1' H01 J f-1 Brirks and Ivy Stuff. Front Row, left to right: P. Can- field. V. Mr'Neil, ,l. Kane, C. Berberian, C. Blum, W. De- Sousa, J. Weliel, S. Vanderburg. Nl. Ryan. D. Davison, L. Shoudy. Nl. Leonard, Nl. A. Bullion. Second Row: J. Miller, S. Hershey, A. Becker, S. Seiter, S. Fitzgerald. Nathan, P. bricks and ivy C. Myers. .l. Vine, D. Lynn, C. Wood, J. Tomer, E. Hopp- ner. A. Heinmiller, S. Bower. H. Kornreich, .l. Harvey Third Row: L. King. T. Shaw, C. Becker, M. L. Deitrich, .l. Brightman. A. Gayle, J. Hallenbeck, M. Moran, C Wright, C. Male, D. Welt. M. Silberg, E. Berkun, T Pappas. Of course we had our yearbook well under way when school opened. As October rolled in lra began his campaign for ads. and Beryl gathered recruits to write up the stories. while Jerry was hard at work dreaming up ideas for our cover, and Sal was busy thinking up brilliant novelties for our annual publication. Long hours were spent in the Art Room writing assignments. and designing our yearbook with the helpful assistance of Mr. Edward P. Cowley, our faculty advisor. After numerous gatherings and many good laughs. the seniors finally finished their section. There were deadlines to meet. but the printer suffered from many headaches before we finally submitted our last copy. The finished product, however, is well worth all the effort that was put into it. the yearbook in the making Q4--4 4' Editorial Board. Front Rau: left In right: Nlary fNlr'Namara, ,4SSIll'l-Ilft' Ed- ilvr. Hannah Kornreieh. .Veuxs Editor. Nlary l,ou Deitrieh, Editor-in-Chief, Shirley Male. Margaret Nloran, Assu- rirzte Editor. Susan Bower, Exrhange Editor. Serond Row: Diane Davison, Beryl Svott. Girls' Sports Editor. Pa- trieia Canfield. Business Manager. Nor- ma Rodgers, Mimi Ryan, Cretehen Wright. Third Row: Mr. Hugh Smith, Advisor. John Wolfe. Feature Editor. Donald Milne, Photograivfwr. Ann Croeker, James Cohen, Donald Smith, Co-Sports Editor. Judson Lovkwood. Co-Sports Editor. I 0 V .crimson Jw and white "Kids, please be quiet!" "Margie, why isnit your assignment infw "Bev, .your story is much too short!" These were the remarks of our leaders in the Crimson and White. when once every three weeks. we tried to publish a paper. All the tre- mendous ideas we got from the C.S.P.A. Conference were put into effect-well, at least some of them were. Mary l.ou and Hannah spent long hours after school and at the printers. and slaved over the "horrible" assignments. The April-fool issue was a "howl"- we really 'imessedu things up good. Our last issue was the best because we had the consolation that in a few days we would be done. and the new editors Could rome in and take over all our headaches. "Crimson and Yvhite, Fight Figzhtlv. and that's just about it. frimson and White Staff. Front Rau.. left to right: C. Blum, C. Beeker, C. Berberian. C. Olivo, A. Beeker, C. ers, D. Lynn, W. DeSousa, .l. Wehel, J. Canfield, D. Markowitz, E. Sherman, S. Vanderburg, A. Page, Second Row: E. McNamara, V. McNeil, S. Seiter, S. Fitzgerald. Sommers, I.. King, J. Torner, A. Strobel, J. Vine, Bl. Killough, C. Wood, E. Weber, H. Klingaman, .l. Temple, C. Holmes, J. Bonezyk, A. Gosnell, D. Reed, A. Heinmiller. Third Rowz. C. Male, S. Hershey, J. Kane, B. Rutenlmerg. J. Brightman, A. Gayle. J. Hallen- heck, J. Berman, L. Cenden, D. Welt, M. Silherg, W. E. Hoppner, V. Pitkin. i411 I X ig W Y My I? :I M 1 'xH9"'7"!fixK'2!kj :Gif ff, , I f 5' I " . f A ' I.. 44 , V I I xl . ' V ' ' f" U ' r ,mf ' 1 . 1 K lf" ,""- ' ' N , V Q, 3 .-rn' - 3, 4 "ya 'EMA'-f 1 .M nn XM Vg vu.. X31 ,L V v Q43 Ag 3', ?'f'i' if ' I ' n fab .16 U 9 A fi 4? J 5? - EQML I f 5 235' W 'A 'Q Q 'pf gl 0 gs K Q Vi , wr, ,W .xjf it x 5 .wg 1, ZS J is VI My 5 E MUSIC COUNCIL Front Row. lc!! to right: Beatrice Weinstein, Eleanor Erb, Doris Markowitz, Cyn- thia Berberian, Martin Wol- man, Leonard Ten Eyck, Charles Moose. Second Row: Nancy Redden. Toby Scher, Stephanie Condon, Carolyn Stein, Donald Milne. i The performance of the hand at our annual Pep Assembly marked the beginning of a fruit- ful and interesting year for the Music Department. Because of the large number of Senior Choir members. the Milnettes thrived again this year. and a new group. the Milnmen was added. Our special groups gave outside appearances at near-by schools. and civic and social gatherings. These three groups. along with the Junior Choir and soloists. put our school in the limelight by appearing on television. All the different groups combined to give us real musical enjoyment at the Christmas and Music Assemblies. For the first time last year. the novelty of an assembly sing was added to the curriculum. Because of its previous success, the program was repeated this year along a collegiate theme. To climax the year. the Music Department contributed to the Commencement exercises. All this has been under the able guidance and supervision of Dr. Roy York, fr. Front Row. left tu right: C. Evans, D. Markowitz, K. Hall, M. Streibel, M. Hitchcock. D. Huebner, B. Kirchner, L. Berg, S. Hoyle, D. Goldberg, E. Sherman. L, Mitchell, R. Killough, A. Pitkin, E. Nichols, Second Row: B. King. C. Shatraw, Powell. S. Ten Eyck, A. Quickenton. J. Wagoner. R. Lockwood. C. Kleinman, A. Marshall. L. Tompkins, M. Condon. S. Clizbe, B. Price, W. Airey, ,l. J. Parry. C. Newton, JUNIOR CHOIR Sherman, B. Reynolds. Third Row: A. BOH, D. Metzger, L. Scher, J. Dohris, H. Anderson, T. Olivo, A. Susser, M. L. Bentley, M. McNutt, C. Hartman, S. Goldman, L. White, J. Seymour, M. Haworth, D. Berberian, R. Requa. Fourth Row: E. Hannan, ,l. Florman, C. Frey, J. Musicus, L. Grimm. R. Skrindezevskis, Disarro. C. Greene, C. Male, M. Hartman, C. Knapp, K. Schmidt, S. Condon, C. Stein, Accompanist. f 5 ' .mg ' 4 . , f? Q? AJ- 4 if ' If 5, , 1 ,s , l ' , Qggff f ,tv Z el A if .E " A Q f -Y 1 sr w W ' ' JA N g- , ' iffy. I -, fn ,. X W 9 5551 ' .x f A ' ' ' ,., 42.8559 M 1' J ' Q 3 ,.ff5f'4f'S'SX , -I ,""i :5?7: J 4 Q J' -' ' f f"i:fL.m52: i" ?- Q 'f ,' gg5' W . . "" f - 12: Z.: , , 'Q 52 55 4 X , N 5 :f ,:,, , 2y,gfL:,gZg . , 4 0 , Q ff - I 'iuww '32, -iHfi', ,r-.21- H ' Elf? 5 : ,. 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' 54 ' '-'kxww 1"'??':f5fi'Af EW' 'J 'vw A V .. .,,,,,1W , ,K , 4, Q Lf: fQ,J5??HQ5i7ff 2 , ,pg f .ggffifiiiizx f geeeggs ,gg 411154 , 155, ff " ,zsgfusif ak , 'A H X xldl .3 5 ips 'Y . if Q -1-Q -ug V9 ii he 1 EXTRA LLRRILLLAR PROGRAMS FEI hVlSlON SHO MUSIC DEPARTMENT The performance of the Band at our annual Pep A emblv marked the be gnnnm of a fruitful and lntere ting wear for the 'Nlu ic Department Because of the large number of Senior Choir member the Wlilnette thrlxed again this year and a new roup the 'llilnmen wa added Our special groups gawe outside appearances at near by school and civic and octal gatherin The e three groups along with the Junior Choir and solox ts put our chool in the limelight by appearing on television All the different group combined to gne us real musical enjovment at the Chri tma and Nlu ic Assembhe For the first time la t wear the noveltw of an assembly sing wa added to the curriculum Because of its previous success the program wa repeated this sear alon a collegiate theme To climax the wear the under the able guidance and supervision of Dr Roy York Ir MUSIC PROGRAM Milnettes and Nlilnmen Churches Brubacher Hall CHRISTMAS ASSLNIBLX Senlor Cholr Junior Choir Nlilnettes Nlilnmen Band ASSLXIBLY SINQ Senior Choir Beryl Scott and Cynthza BPFZIPVIUII ALf0H1IldfIl t PXC HAV lg l'ROf RANI 'Nlllnette BCHS VC Senior Choir Soloisls NIUSIC ASSFNIRI Y Senior Choir Junior Cholr 'Nlllnettes Milnmen Band HONORS ASSEMBLY Senior Choir 'llilnettes 'llilnmen Band CONINIENCFNIFNT FXFRCISES Milnette Charles 'lloose 45 ss - . . U . . S. v S. r I' ' 1 A . ' , ' s. . ' s " ' ' . ' ff . A ' ' s . ' ' ' Y' - f 3' s. ' " s ' ' gs. s U , " . . L .S M S . . . . I . . ' A . S p . .Y L . . 1 , s . s' , ., ' s. ' s 1' , j . ' Q ' s , ' . ' ' ' -. ' 5 i .' 53 .l ' i .' - Music Department contributed to the Commencement exercises. All this has been '..,. . , . . - . I . . . , , :J , . Y , , Q.il,.'L' lm: -i S 461 ZETA SIGM LITER RY SOCIETY o f f i c e r s Sherril Miller . . . . ....... President Sara Seiter ...... . . . Vice-President Sheila Fitzgerald . . . .... Secretary Hannah Kornreioh .... ...... T reasurer Mimi llyan ..... illistress of Ceremonies Well here we are. another year with Sigma and our new favulty advisor. Dr. Hudson. The in mates at Nutcatraz surprised the sophomores with their crimes and terrifying personalities. Our choices of sophomores were all smiles, even after they were informed about dues. keys, pins, and banquet bills which deprived them of a large por tion of their allowanres. The installation banquet for new members was the high point of the Sigma year The sophomores acquired a sister and a corsa,.e alter pledeing their oath to S1 ma Later in the year S1 ma and uln exhibited their bowlln talents a,.a1nst each other The annual um S1 ma Dance was held and the boys walted breathlessly for an invitation? We ended a sue cessful year with the installation of the new officers at a banquet and we re sure that they will do just as good a job as this year s did Front Row, left to right: Alma Becker, Mary Strazzere, Nlareia Leonard, Beatrice Weinstein Sherrill Nliller, Carol Myers, Shirley Male, Barbara Wolman, Mimi Ryan. Second Row: .lanet Vine, Nlary McNamara, Ann Crocker, Joan Dick, Polly Viner, Judy Hallenbeck, Sheila Fitz- gerald, Carol Becker, Toby Lee Stone, Marion Preisser. Third Row: Elizabeth Davis, ,ludy Hannah, Susan Bower, Betty Alexander, Hannah Kornreich, Beryl Scott, Brenda Sandberg, Norma Hodge rs, Sara Seiter. ,gf egg... "Sal" opened our first meeting preparing for Quin's official opening as: "Tho Quinling Bro- thers' Circus" to whieh all the sophomore girls were invited. All were impressed hy the wonderful food and f-olorful def-orations. lneluded in the entertainment was a pair of monkeys. some danc- ing horses. and a trained flea avt. Next on the agenda was getting in all the money for the pins. keys. and annual Installation Banquet. This year it was held at llerhert's Restaurant is here we had QUINTILLI LITER RY OCIETY o f f i c e r S Sally Simmons ..... President Connie Olivo ...... . . Vice-President Cynthia Berherian .. .... Secretary Pat Canfield ................ Treasurer Gail Nleflormar-k . .llisfress of Ceremonies a roast-heef dinner with all the trimmings. The sophomore girls entertained their hig sisters. HCee. were we that stage frightened?" The howling party was sueeessful and a good time was had by all. Quin. the losers again. brought forth their finer arts of Cooking hy supplying the eats for the Quin-Sigma Dante. The proud seniors wore their shiny keys everywhere they went. And as the final hanquet rolled around. the seniors were sure: Wlihat the girls are the hes! to he foundv. Fruit! Roux lf-jf lo fighlz Lonnit' Ulim, Naury Kelly, lfyuthia lierherian, llenise Gartner, Diane llaxison. aklivt- lfrwin. lfl:-anon' lfrli. l'at tianlieltl. ,ludy Young. lfleanor.la1'ohs. Sfflllld Row: Ann Uetjen. Alivt- tlunthu-r. Nlargaret Horan, Sally Sirnmons, Nlary l.ou lleitrivh, NHIICY Redden, Kathy Kendall, lliana l.ynn. Tlzfrtl Row: Alive Gosnel, Toby Goldstein, Carol Pheifler, Gretehen Wright. llail Xlvtloriiiat-k, Florenve Selman, Ann Strobel, Cecil Blum. Fourth Row: Sandra Stegmann, Jerry Kane. 'liohy 51-her, Barbara Mahus, Hildegard Erb, Vernona Mc'Neil, Judy Bright- IUSH. 481 The Tri-Hi-Y year started with new officers as usual and with the addition of a new faculty ad- visor. Bliss Class bravely offered to assist our meetings at the Y.M.C.A. Page Hall gym was the scene of our annual square dance. Everybody had lots of fun. Our first project was to present a bill at the Junior Legislature at l'nion College. We thought our hrst efforts at law were pretty good, but alas. we gained nothing. Next, we tackled a Thanksgiving basket for our poor family our very l"ront Row. left to right: Mary Killough, Sandra Stegman, Joyce Miller, Jacqueline Torner, Judy Webel, Willa De- Sousa, Barbara Wolman, ,Jacqueline Bonczyk, Judy Jenkins. Second Row: Linda Shoudy, Hilda Klingaman, Judy Young, Margaret Moran, Sally Simmons, Mary Lou Deit- rich, Sue Bower, Pat Canfield, Mimi Ryan, Diana Lynn. TRI-HI-Y of f 1 c e r s Mimi Ryan ............... President Margaret Moran . . . . . Vice-President Ann Strobel ..... ...... S ecrefary Pat Canfield .... . . Treasurer Sheila Fitzgerald . . . . . Chaplain and found ourselves lugging canned goods all over the city. When the basketball season rolled in, everyone could be seen in the Art Room frantically making 'QShakeroos" in time for the games. Our pencils went over with a bang too. You could hear t'Two for twenty-five cents" all over the build- ing. After exams. we resumed our busy schedule with swimming at the Community Center and bowling at the Playdium. Our joint party and the basketball game with Hi-Y were the highlights of successful year. Third Row: Betty Davis, Polly Ann Viner, Carline Wood, Betty Korman, Judy Hallenbeck, Sheila Fitzgerald, Vir- ginia Edwards, Norma Rodgers, Elsa Weber, Gail Mc- Cormack. Fourth Rout Jerry Kane, Hannah Kornreich, Trudy Shaw, Beryl Scott, Brenda Sandberg, Sara Seiter. Florence Selman, Ann Strobel, Mary Ann Bullion. officers llohert llorn ..... ..... I 'resident Judson l.ot-lux ood . . . . flllfl'-l'f'l'SIidCfll john Armstrong: .. .... St't'ft'flll'Q' Willard Nlyers . . . . . Treasurer llivhard liennett .. . fff1uplr11'n Hi-Y liluh this year had a very large mem- hership. and vonsequently we could plan more things. Meetings. as usual were held at the on Wednesday nights. with the ahsenre of our female friends who 1-ouldn't get a room for that night. Nc-yertlieless. ue had some very interesting and worthwhile meetings and made some wonder- ful plans. We had a lvaskethall game with Tri-Hi- Y. It seems as if we always win, We had many Front Row. left to right: llohert llorn, Rivhard Bennett, Courtney Brown. .lohn Wiltrout. Willartl Nlyers, Arthur Evans, Stephen llreehauni, William May. Hvrond Rout Barry Fitzgerald. Judson Lorlusood. .lohn Armstrong. Bill Bullion, Don Wilson. Fred Brunner. Nlivhael Cohen, Larry guest speakers who animated our meetings. We gave out pins. and ment to Seheneetady for the Nlodel Legzislature. Sevond semester found our mernhers selling "Prom" peanuts for the YMCA huilding fund and the world servit-e projec-t. All in all. we had a yery suveessful year. thanks to the wonderful leadership of lioli Dorn. our ahle president. and Nlr. lfdward Fagan. our faculty advisor. ilulyer. Third Row: Uaxid Wilstarl, David Haim, Frank Ward. Stephen l.t-yine. Ronald Killelea, David Nevillfi Bruve lfitzgerald. George Bishop, tfarl Eppelmann. l"ou,rth Row: Rivhard lliyona. Dave Mt'Quaid, Martin Rohenson, lon Benediktsson. Paul Howard, Donald Milne, Thomas Nathan. Dixon Welt. I 'K o -'ll f Q4 503 THETA NU LITER RY OCIETY 1 offlcers Judson Lockwood lreszden Ira Rhelnffold Vzce I reszdent Rlchard Holzfhauer gecretarw Wllllam Keller Treasurer Donald Wrlaon Qergeant al 4rms Robert Bs rum lzbrarlan Bang' We were off to our beat wear xet A usual the year Started off w1th the mstallatlon of sacred NOCICIY We arranffed and co sponsored the Wlllne BCHS radio broadcast ower WOKO Our new offlcera and the collectlon of duex We par jomt banquet wrth Adelphol wal a rreat SUTCCQQ wln all the tlme We donated aome of our member x e ound tre trophx tnll III our poaae QIOII ln to School serxlce project ln the wax of lunch and and jacket were ordered for our new membere ITHH-IC OHICCI' We admltted new membera to our Toward the clo e of the wear we had an annual p1CIl1t and the eleetlo of next xeara OHICCTQ fron! Rau lc I to rzghl Robert Keller Alan lamamfl 7lIIHl Kuu Joel Berman John Houiton Daud Nexllle Wllllam Keller Rlchard Bennett Douglas Knox .Second Karl Becker Donald Wxl lobn Armqmng Judqon Row Ruwell Peter Daud Brown Robert Byrum Nlartm loclcwood Iwfurth Rau Edward Berkun Jerry Thomaa Sllberg Larry Culser Hwhard Bennett 'llxvbael Cohen Ira Rhe1ng.old Robert Faust Rlchard Holzhauer Thomaa l'og.g.o Drxon Welt fhomas Nathan U R 4 l " fl' 5' W, I '.l X O , I ' , . , . L r tm. , C s nunuuunnv ' 1 I 1 1 2 5 Y . I. ' tivipated in lntersoviety footballvwell. we c-an't After holding a joint bowling party with Adelphoi. " ' . W ' S s f l ' -gsf . P'S . .i . H H' .M . M ' ' . A' , T -' - V ' " . " son, , , - , ,, : .,. s, " ' , ' , . ' , " ' , ' -3 V V 1 , L, X' , ' l ' . ' . . ' l . ' f . '- , A W 'Y , , , Y .' . Nlllne s Adelphor Llterarx SOCICIV enjoyed an actne vear under the werv capable leadershlp of our OHICCYS Just to start thlngs off wlth a bang we began the year mth a plcmc 1n the mountalns A good tlme was had bv all and 1n addltlon we mapped out our years actnltles Then followed that fateful and hardfought grldlron contest wlth our arch r1vals Theta Nu ln a thrllllng contest Adelphol emerged the VICIOTS although we never dld collect the lrttle wager whlch had been made Durlng the course of the vear we also had a DELPHOI LITER RY SOCIETY offlcers Arthur Nlellus Preslclent Martm W olman Vice President Crelghton Cross Secretary Edward Blessmg Treasurer bowllng party Everybody present had a good tlme except for the pm boys who were busy duck n balls from other alleys As has become the custom we helped to sponsor the T S A scholar sh1p fund After playrn the annual classlc ba ketball game wrth the boys from Theta Nu we were ready to draw the curtaln on a most successful year The graduatlng members of Adelphol are conhdent that our remammg men w1ll help our bOClCfy to contmue 1ts good work and to retam ltSjl1Slly earned tltle the greatest l'runt Row lf!! ln right 'Nlartm Wolman Peter Hoppner Fdward Blessing Scvnnd Row l'red Brunner John Wolfe Arthur Wlellus Harry Page William Bullmn Thml Row Wlllram Hoffman Donald Smlth Crelghton Fross John Murphy t 0 A . . 4 nnuuvunnananns . . I .A . , ........ , Y , Y . - I v ' ' . - - ' V. ig . , A 't 1 . ' . 'g 5- , V. ' , 9 , . , . , ' 1 , ' ' - - - - cc as t 1 , , . - ' ' 5- . , 4' ,' . ' W Y: v 1 lf. v y .- ' I ' 1 ' I w lf. -' y 5 sa la .. E. , 1, ,- ' ' ,, g -Q 4' 1. 2 t ' I T4 .Q xx z X1 S , I f 2 f ' ,V K. -.2 ' .Ulf f , 2 .L ,, f , ' 1 ,, ' ' 0 Y ,,, l : , , E51 THE EU officers ,ki . . ..... President James Myers Wvillard Myers .... Vice-President David Howard .. ...... Secretarv James llulison . .... Treasurer Robert llorn .... Sergeant-at-.4rms We got back on our feet this year and be- came one of the school's most active societies. The first thing we did was plan for our play. Through- out the year. our plans progressed and our melo- drama was witnessed by all in Page Hall during the second semester. The softball game and bowl- dues proved unpopular with the pocketbooks but ing match proved fun for everyone. Collection of m Theseu new pins cheered us up again. New members were admitted and proved to be a great source of championship and inspiration. As the year drew to a close. new officers were elected. At last the time for our big wind-up celebration came. We had a large attendance and everyone had a wonderful time. Once again we proved that there's always good fun and fellowship to be had if you're a member. 'Qin Frunl Row. left to right: Willard Myers, .lames Myers, David Howard. Robert Dorn. Second Row: Leonard Ten Eyck, Ronald Ruff. Frank Ward. Emmett Ten Broeck. RED CROSS Front Row. left to right: Nancy Jones, Syhillyn Hoyle, Barbara Kirehner, Glenda Shatraw, Ann Boll. Second Row: Richard Requa. Wil- liam Airey, ,lohn Binlev, .ludy Somers, Stephen Ten Eyvk. Third Row: Elizabeth Baldwin. William Warren, Edwin Langan, Ralph Ocken- holt. l DEBATE CLUB Front Roux left tu right: David How- ard. President. Serond Row: lame-Q Rulison. lfmmr-tt Ten Broeek, Eliza- lieth Daxis, lf-onartl Ten Eyrl-Q. Rivh- arfl Brin-e. ART COUNCIL Left to right: Frank Ward. Susan Rower, ,ls-rry Thomas. Janet Vine. FUT RE HOMEMAKER UF MERICA officers Him- Cosnrll .... ...... P l'l'SI.!il'f1f B:-tty .ilfwarlrh-r ...... Vl'l'!'-PfI'.Tilil'Hl ffurnl Bvvker ..... Serrrftarv .Uma Booker .. .... Traasurer Barbara Wolman .. Sergeant- at-Arms Left to right: Judson Lockwood, Joel Berman, Harry Page, Bill Bullion, Ar- thur Melius, Creighton Cross, Richard Edwards. 5 . 1 Q . f' HAMS INC. 9th g d d tics club FRENCH CLUB 56 ORMA UTER 1- MEMORIAL ARD Norman Suter CONSTITUTION At a class meetlng on Aprll 50 1952 the class of 1954 establxshed a memorlal award ln honor of thelr classmate Norman Suter who dled durmg the summer of 1951 A money award to the amount of S55 O0 to a boy and 35 O0 to a glrl both members of the graduaung semor class would be awarded to the outstandmg utlzens of that senlor class The vunners of the avsard would be selected bv the three semor homeroom supervlsors and the school guldance dlrector It IS the XKlSl'1 of th1s class that the avxard be presented at the Honors Assembly bw the prmcxpal of the school and that the aw ard be explained to the assembly Thls award wlll be gznen for the next ten sears fommenclng at the Honors Assembly of 1952 An excess of 38 8O xslll be lwen lo the Cancer Foundatxon durmg the years 1952 l95S III Norman quter s name 14.1 12' ft is .. 'sy VL 'qi 4 7 9 7 7 . . , . , Y. W U . . . . . Y. . V y Y . . e e - 1 , Y ' v v , Y u i 4. U. V A . . . I . , .. . P 1 V . S ' ' ' 7 ' I ' A by W n Sports IL--H-------------4 5 A 13 1 I Y u Y' "S ' , ' 1- W ' ' .,.,:,1:1. ' e ' ,ax g ,X MILNE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Mary McNam - Vice-President. Judy Jenkins - Secretary. Sara Seiter - Treasurer. Beryl Scott - Business Manager. ara - President. Ann Crocker Front Row. left to right: Mary McNamara, Eleanor McNamara, Virginia Pitkin. Second Row: Mary Ann O'Connell, Mary Strazzere, Sara Seiter. Judy Hallenbeck, Judy Jenkins. Third Row: Ann Crocker, Beryl Scott. .AK The M.C.A.A. had a very successful year under the able leadership of its president, Mary McNamara. To start the year off, we had our semi-annual Student- Teacher-Faculty Tea. Soon after that, M.C.A.A. spon- sored a skating party at HolTman's Skateland, where many of the "gals" were seen keeping the arena clean with their bruised knees. When the basketball season began, there was a new addition to the Cheerleading squad, The M.B.A.A. Council had one of its most successful and active years yet. Though it was rather quiet in the fall, when the basketball season rolled around the M.B. A.A. was ready for it. Season tickets had been printed admitting parents to every home game. M.B.A.A. mem- bers also sold coke and tickets at all of these home games. A benefit movie was presented to raise money for sweaters. After all of the sport programs were under- way, we had the Father and Son Banquet. In addition to good food. there was entertainment and the awarding of letters and sweaters. Bob Dorn, the head manager, was in charge of giving out the awards. Following our new constitution, with the help of Coach Grogan. the M.B. A.A. had a very successful year. Front Row. left to right: Arthur Evans, Richard Lock- wood, Robert Brown, Stephen Arnold, Tom Olivo, Paul Tamaroff, Donald Lewis. Second Row: George Murphy, Alfred Brunner, William Bullion, Robert Dorn, Dave Don- nelly, Frank Ward, Russell Peters. Third Row: Coach "Happy Bear", who is none other than peppy Doris Markowitz. Second semester found the girls serving at another Student-Teacher-Faculty Tea. Soon after that. G.A.A. sponsored another skating party, again at Hoffman's Skateland. To wind up the year, the girls planned the Mother - Daughter Banquet, where awards were given out, and the announcement of next year's officers were made. MILNE BOYS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Creighton Cross - President. Judson Lock- wood - Vice-President. John Murphy - Secretary, Harry Page - Treasurer. Harry Grogan. John Murphy, Harry Page, George Creigh- ton, Martin Wolman, Judson Lockwood, Donald MCQUHHL Edward Berkun, Thomas Nathan, Donald Smith, Cr6igl'll0n Cross. A fav 1 we . it ff, nm:-wwwmvfwff' 'J'-' ' ' 5 . wg 'Q 3 f "' ya' img C V Y No 'v it A '-. .1 .Na pt? 'H . Ni' E, 3123, A? A K I 8 nv ,Lg 1 I- 'I' l 'Rohert Byrum .. D Kneeling: Donald Wilson, Harry Page. Second Row, left Coach Harry Grogan, llgnald Smith, john lwurphy, 10 fighii R0bCl'i BYYUUI, l0lln W0lfe, William Bullion. Creighton Cross, Paul Howard, Russell Peek, Arthur .ludson Loekwood, Robert Dorn, Manager. Third Row: Melius, VARSITY team record BASKETBALL TEAM individual scoring 'Harry Page .... 'John Murphy .. 'Donald Smith .. Paul Howard . .. Creighton Cross Russell Peek Arthur Melius . 'Donald Wilson .. Judson Lovlcwood William Bullion John Wolfe ....... Bruve Fitzgerald . . . David Wilsoii .. Seniors . 6 222 .. 46 417 . ll l37 . 23 .. 5 232 . 12 . 5 . 4 Totals 1270 Milne . . . 56 Milne ... .... 65 Milne . .. .. 46 Milne . .. .. .. 47 Milne . . . . . 68 Milne 68 Milne . .... 63 Milne . .... 69 Milne 45 Milne 67 Milne . .... 62 Milne . . . . . 513 Milne ... .. 53 Milne . . . 58 Milne . .. . . 60 Milne ... .. 53 Milne . . . 58 Milne 6l Milne . . . 59 Milne . .. . . '19 Milne . .... 68 Milne ............ 52 Total l270 'Playoffs Cohleskill .... Averill Park .. St. Peteris Van Rensselaer Roessleville . . . Columbia . . . Academy . . . B.C.H.S. ...... . . . . Van Rensselaer Shenendehowa St. Peteris . Academy . . . Roessleville . . Shenendehoxsa Columbia . l3.fI.llS, .... flolrleslcill .... Averill Park .. Yan Rensselaer 8.C.H.S. .... . Fort Plain Ballston Spa .. Total l 153 i59l xMLNf' Front Row. left to right: Robert Killough, Robert Snyder, Lqwrence Bermen, Robert Kerc Roger Stumpf, Thomas l ygternfeld, Thomas Myers. Robe orn. Second Row: X 'l 0.1.3 pdl ,C 'ighton Cross, Co-Coach, Georg phy, Noel Engel, S, V X- V we fl tr' .1 tvrsfaei Upappas, David Kl' an, esley Jennings, Ken- ., , ix 73- X9 luiln ,Q urn Jarrett, James Co on L wood, AC?-Coach. fi-I in ' 'ini' ' '-4.' - M" X-J' a A N 'J' - Q V "' V All K A . ' D! l xv 65' xl 'qs' B J , I ,y - 0 yi -i - A I .f 9 Rx., XI WJ j ,N if -V v I 1 'J I.. W , 'Al A zwn N. , , if -f f 7 nf lt iw 0 in W Ulm f Wf i 1' . FU K E 1' 'K-S .f My ' l JU I0 ui Q' Nl '15 X Front Row. left to right: David Wilson, Robert Keller, Barry Fitzgerad. S cond Row: Coach Blattman, John David Quiekenlon, Stephen Creenbaum, Carl Eppelman, Houston, John Brennan, Joel Berman, Larry Genden, Bruce Fitzgerald, Peter Hoppner, David Baim. x. 4'4ll.lE Front Row, left to right: Arthur Evans, David Baim, Stephen Creenbaum, Barry Fitzgerald, Bruce Fitzgerald, Carl Eppelmann, Joel Berman, William Bullion, William Hoffman, David Quickenton, Richard Egleston, William --vu Keller, Manager Bob Dorn. Second Row: William May, James Myers, John Wolfe, Arthur Melius, Russell Peck, Creighton Cross, Robert Byrum, Judson Lockwood, Don ald Wilson, Stuart Doling, Coach Harry Grogan. VARSITY BASEBALL TE A v.- , N. 1 f I 1' ,A I R I ,, - if ' e' -A G! '44, 1, f - ' , ,' I t ,, W4 Af' ' I I , 5 r v WH- ac :ff 'sid' . ." 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