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

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' SEXY! 1 n 1 ' 4 3? 5 U J ,J Q' My I I X 'M f f, , ijgijw wil S KKQQ Q W N f 7 mmm gjgilkk fl M SX fo Q 'Xxnfv XX X Nl! X!! My X5 lx FSOVJK' 'JQA GENES? O E - fv , QM QQ THE BRICKS AND IVY Y F ' 1963 N Sv Q3 THE MILNE SCHOOL ALBANYQN NEW YORK KVM? H X KJ PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS FOREWORD "To knowthe universe itself as a road, as many roads, as roads for traveling Sou1s" -- This quote from Walt Whitman's poem"The Song of the Open Road" is an apt description of the goal of this year's graduating class . We have traveled a heretofore narrow road, on which Milne has been one landmark. After Milne we take to the broader, more diverse, more important highway of life. We have encountered many problems and you have helped us. We have lost sight of our goals and you have guided us. For your guidance, your encour- agement, your love, we, the Class of l963, dedicate our Bricks and Ivy to Miss Lydia K. Murray and to Mr. William Kraus. 1 - 3 1 f ix X Q' V i I ' 1 I f 1 1 2 1 5 X We N w w 5 3 , Q T x 1 1 , 9 X 4 4 i W 1 x I x 1 i 1 N , , l 3 1 1 X f N , 1 i L 1 i i 1 w n w f l 4 X w w ' 4 Allons! whoever you are come travel with me! W Traveling with me you jina' what never tiref. " "Q 1,-' -fa. Walt Whitman Y Seventh Grade Student Council Representatives: R. Otty, I. Littlefield, I. Oser, N. Sundin, S. Donley. SEVENTH GRADE Homeroom 129: FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Harris, W. Edwards,C. Roblin, C. Rappazzo, D. Van Cleve, C Warner E. Woolrich, J, Pittsg SECOND ROW: M. Bulger, R. Flayter, J. Littlefield, M. Moore, R.Taffg THIRD ROW.: K. San- derson, K. Gardner, L. Lockwood, N Sundin S Schorr R Millard R Kotlov- FOURTH ROW- K Lan er R Kuz- niar,rM. Goldenberg, R. Morand. Q Homeroom 128: FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Keeler, T. Orfitelli, L. Stanwix, R. Lara- way,R, Friedlander, R, PIatt,A. Klein, M. HazapisgSECOND ROW: B. Brewster, E. Man- ning, A. Zalay,K.Walsh,C.Wolfe, J. Goldfarb, I. Oser, J.SaIomone, R. Bedian, THIRD ROW: C. Fila, R. Thompson, C. Levitz, D. Feiner, G. Valenti, R. Morand, B. Richter. Homeroom 127: FIRST ROW,1eft to right: P, Lennon, R.Tompkins, I. Schuster, P. Rosenkopf, D. Merin, W. Lange A. Frank, D. Quackenbush, S.Weinerg SECOND ROW: W, Khachadourian, L.Wyatt,L. Tolar, M. Barelski, K.Sege1 V. Vice, S. Herkowitz, G. Sche11gTI-HRD ROW: R, Ettelson, S. McDermott, L. Neifeld, S. Donley, W. Morrison, J Aponte, R. Otty. y , 1 Nm .P Y rr rig, P Q rf avr f 1 Come not here you have alreaajf spent the best zyfyourselves, Onbf those may come who come in sweet ana' determiffd bodies. Walt Whitman ITC ' L'f-E LQQ T l 1K k VLK' 5 S' 'bxf " ,de,,fKreside11t:I. Margg? X l df? 1 EIGHTH GRADE We www i AaeR l 1 R ff A A ... A. ny I F A I Homeroom 329: FIRST ROW: Left to right: I. Ford, B. Berne, H. Greenburg, N. Allen, B. Korotkin, M. Brodieg SEC- OND ROW: R. Linn, J. Devlin, S. Bruce, M, Rosenstock, A. Miller, D. Herkowits, S. Vineberg, R. Mason, THIRD ROW- B Press N Hyman D Elsworth G Pritchard M Abra s I Le ' S H k D A Cgh . , . , . , . , . m , . vine! . ouc ,. . Ungerman, P. Buenau, . en. K , A n if .Wd td f MPM " ' f l A X fl fu A 9 Z wiki W wh hw Homeroom 123: FIRST ROW: Left to right: R. Meckler, C. Graham, D. Weinstock, A Anolik, D. LeC1air, L. Rovelli, A. Laskerg SKOND ROW: Kathy Gardner, S. Barr, C Leach, G. Sanders, M. Contompais, R. Brand, THIRD'ROW: T. McNally, S. Button, W Wachsman, K. Brooks, N. Jochnowitz, J. Olivo, P. Boomsliter, L. Frank, S. Patent, T Wahl. 8 Horneroorn 324: FIRST ROW: Left to right: E. Brummer, S. Sheldon, P. Cali, I. Mellen, S. Rider, D. Jones, SECOND ROW: I. Margolis, M. Borlawsky,B. Sperber, E. Bartlett, D. Larrabee, A. Linter, J, Newberryg THIRD ROW: I. Van- deWal, I. Bennett, S. Hohenst-ein,C. Curtis, M. Ribner, K. Brewster, I. Polen, D. Gellman, S. Freedman, R. Johnston. AE F I ' ,.-..,.. C7.'3,fiQ.,gj gw,.2Qi!C, fiflid, by it wi' ,W ,rl -wif frfwf iw il , A if W 0 5.7 st ss t si lc' ' U 'V W ff' Y 1 f 1,11 , 09 R X is-av ,. X Wi Lis. Y C fi xf Y P L? ' QQ ,Nxxylfl 4 XX Klfiid f f X ,ft si' W 04, sf fa.. S I f L V W l is S. swf . rr t. ,Za ' V1 it Allonsf The road zs bqfnre us! E Hey' Y it ld It is saw - I have tried it - my own pet fi X W , , f1,fhave,,,tried it well - be not detain'a'. 3 is if w V ,, A - X V X' il ..i. r . Walt Whztman at fy K , ' Y Vit f "X ' ,X Q 1 J fn.. 1 or .ff , rf r , r, 1 . , W , W . " 1 , f- A , Freshman Class Officers: Vice-president G. Robinson, 1 President T. Oliphant, Treasurer B. Blumberg, Secre- tary B, Allen. ? ff Maw 7,9607 , N INTH GRADE Homeroom 227: FIRST ROW,left to right: L. Parker, N. O'Neil, A. Harris,A.Fischer, F. Siegel, I.Carey, J. Stewart, J. Susser, G. Flayter, C, Kullman, I. Gewirtzmang SECOND ROW: T. Leue, B. Griese, M, Dugan, E. Scheer, R. Lange, S. Krimsky, l. Certner, L. Johnson, THIRD ROW: S. Milstein, L. Levine, L. Wilson, B. Hart, S.Edwards. Homeroom 224: FIRST ROW, left to right: V. Bearup, S. Mellen, S. Bond, K. Kermani, C. Dominskig SECOND ROW: B. Blumberg, F. Ouellette, W, Murphy, A. Roth, G. Robin- son, D. Kullman, W, Wallace, L. Paul, S. Melius, N. Gelettag THIRD ROW: I. Graham P. Levine, SL Levitz, K. Toole, R. Johnston, L. Wilson, R. Gould, E. Brevet, B. Berman Homeroorn 126: FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Contornpasis, B. Allen, C, Adriance, S. Harrison, I. Anderson, R Wieczorek, S. Payeur, P. Schrocltg SECOND ROW: V. Chevrette, B. Craine, R. Koven, S. Polen, J. Feigenbaum, I Dexter, N. Dorsman, Rwlseman, G. Hutchings, A.,McCullough: THIRD ROW: L. McCab,e, A. Fisher, D. Kirk, N Knox, T. Olipharllh, Dglrgiqrn. R ,rll 1 .FJ A N Kylix! in ax Q M ,ge s. 1 " I-'lQijr,jf,, ., 5' ffbfh 5 QW iq 'TAM if ire' n if : L A bfi whiff' A VM we fl iffvw M4 Ulf' N s aw rr E1 QU ll ret WV l Q A J -f A gbfv sits, s,,JL,b' QQMJQVJ Q " 9 fe , M A , ..,,,N's ,gl RJ' kl ll? MJ I am larger, better than I thoughtj Q x I a'za' not know I held so much g00d716S.Q',,Axf' T A 4 ,eg Walt Whitman fi 5,,, fffjil-V -7127, IK' '5 I MQ' I X K Gr Cl ss f' r ' t to right: Vice-Presi- , e ' ent. S..Hutchinsg Secretary, S. Tre r P. rechsler. K3 igy'1,i QT! .K "r-.,, I ll ij ,f X 1 , U 5" f N. V3 1 5 X. id Q, Q61 uf' , 6 F N lg, lp? 9,7 N5-J xx . Q ",- sz , , 1 - K, .M U ,212 .3 V51 ma .Q QL! V Q, may . Wy J Fhbx gd ' Q5 ff' T2 . ' "1 . JY V' - l EN IH GRADE 'il .Q if E Y- L' X V EJ A Tl xp? Sa r-J W u , ,, J V -' t 1 A 2 U -'N ,--V -sa. fs ei U Nr' U f ' N- fi P ,J r- E , X5-X C! X Homeroom 327: FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Slocum, L. Mokhiber, L. Jochnowitz, N. Baker, P. Ko- rotkin, T. Longeg SECOND ROW: J. Nel on, 1. Vanligghen, R. Polen, P. Drechsler, M. Goldstein, R. Abrams, G. Holland, R. Morse, THI OW: R. Reynolds, D.Miller, I.Rosenb1att, J. Proctor, E. Martin, T. Larrabee, L. Bedian. l Ng, . .W Homeroom 233: FIRST ROW,left to right: J. Me1len,C, Rosenstock,A. Zalay,W. Dey, T. Kingstong SECOND ROW D. Skinner, F. Marshall, P, Contompasis, R. Tebbutt, L. Andrews, S, Press, C. Newman, D. Hafner, M. Shulman B. Losee, D. Goodingg THIRD ROW: K. LeFevre, B. Boyd, E Eson, E. Bourdon, H. Turnbull, R. Moore. Homeroorn 333: FIRST ROW, left to right: C, Lynch, I. Michelson, M. Warner, G. Roemer, B. Morang SECOND ROW: B. Wirshing, K. Gavryck, J. Sheehan, S. Dubov, D. Frank, L. Bearupg THIRD ROW: T. Curtis, E. Spath, B. McFarland, L. Nelson, R. Spaner, A. Richter, S. Hutchins, A. Nelson, D, Holland, N. Sheldon, I. Montague. Now I see the secret Q' the making QF the best persons . . Walt Whitman Junior Class Officers: Treasurer D. Dugan, Secretary M. Hesserg President B. Bryan, Vice-president W. Sheldon. ELEVEN TH GRADE Homeroom 226: FIRST ROW, left to right:C. Hagadorr1,N. Button, M. Crane,A. Seigal, R. Mendel, SECOND ROW P. Einhorn, T. Gellman, B. Linn, E. Kelsey, S. Press, S. C-erhardtg THIRD ROW: M. Hutchings, J. Lorrette, B. Toole A. Russell, M. Linn, L. Reiner, P, Leue, C. Shoudy. Homeroom 130: FIRST ROW,left to right: M. Hamilton, D. Dugan, J. Martin, D. Bakke, C . Esong SECOND ROW: I, Michaelson, D. Carroll, I. Mayersohn,C. Dominski, R. Valenti, M. Frumkin, R. Hatt, D. Golden, D. Smith, C. Weiner, M. Benedict, L, Pellish, S, Zim- mermang THIRD ROW: C. Sanders, J. Levine, H. Brown, M. Lowder, B. Bryan, S. Eisen- berg, G. Perry. 14 Homeroom 228: FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Dugan, M. Lewis, R. Sherman, W. Butler, R. Biabey, I.Forstenzer, SECOND ROW: D. Brown. I. Griffin, L. Garibaldi, S. Tafier, M. Pitts, M. Hesser, S.LockwoQg1, K. Hoffman, W. Lorrette,B. Leach, W. Sheidong THIRD ROW: S. Levitt, I. Lennon,K. Cassiano, I.Rider, F. Caijnloareri, Kermani. , Vf .9 igggfgjl it Y 2 ,tx J, ,ff r ff , ml s , M U :,.f 1 f ' ' ' ,A 'J .fl J bk" -' ,. W ' S' S '3 ' . if B iv' . . ' r H 7 , N f X N' F ,ZX ,V 'yang , 3 A . .F ,, V Q V 1 X ,. x X 2 ,V Nfl.. X 1 ft X 55 H kv, , N , J ,yer W , i Q... , ,U X, MA, gg ,, ,Y if Q numb ., '- To conceive no time, however distant, but what you mqy reach it and ,bass it, To look up and down no road but it stretches and waits fnryou. Walt Whz'tman I I Q I- Dr. Theodore H. Fossieck Camerado, I give you my hanaf' I give you my love more precious than mongz, I give you myself befnre preaching ay' law,' Will you give me yoursey? Will you come travel with me? Shall we stick ly each other as long as we live? Walt Whitman 17 LANGUAGES Mrs, Hilda Duell, Mrs, Susan Losee: French Mrs, Harriet Norton -- Latin Dr. Ruth Wasley: French Miss Helen Mayo: Spanish Mrs, Beatrice Klein -- French ENGLISH Miss Lee Cheatham MQQQ3 Dr. James Cochrane Gai L1 F351 gy Miss Anita Dunn Mr, Theodore Andrews Miss Eleanor Tweedie Miss Mabel Jackman Librarian Studying in the Library Mr. William Kraus 19 M r. Thomas Boehm: Biology Mr. Cecil Johnson: Earth Science SCIENCE Mr, Walter Farmer: Physics Biology Field Trip Mt. Thomas Atkinson: Chemistry wg if mm --'--'M1wf,,-rm ,Mimwrm adm rw M3535 4 s U W wow I I 5 , '-'.,f,,,4'f if .1 - '11 ,tt - -1 , I 'M' R' D , mf.. 'ii 3 t f EW' . ---' -"H . , 2" " ' . ':::: ,. . ,. ,.-:-165542 ,s:,fEE:.5:..Es+ :Q-:igrfggy 6 ,. . ,,., , 5gvg55:jj,:5g,:.,- I- tg - N -""" ...,.. , -V ' . 1-tar' .- fr 1' '- - ' K Q . -' ' H . ' it 5 ig F t siis S f M4 355 a - ' Mp f . ,Q rw wg . . .1f4'f3:::z:.. asf. 11 ,Qu QQ ,A ,, 55 A ,, ,gmt Q Qigsw w 1 S WMM ff H ig - :fs r afiiffaff rf- -'Zi' ' 1 " PM ' S? ri I '- y , , 1.4 up , ,143 t 41.11 g ' QQ, -- " E - if K 129555 i E , m'fffS?iEF?Q"rS X 5 L4 F K! ,M , 1 : san g EEG: r -1: -r, V Y to Sz r r Mr. David Champagne -- Physics The earth is rude, silent, incomprehensible atjirst, Nature is rude ana' incom- prehensible atjirst ,... Walt Whitman Chemistry Lab: W. Barr, P. Balcles Physics Lab: R. Valehtig M. Benedict Dr. Carleton Moose Mr. Michael Lamanna Mr. Daniel Ganeles Dr. Gerald Snyder, Mrs. Phyllis Ainsp all SOCIAL STUDIE S Geography class MATHEMATICS Miss Margaret Farrell Mr. Glenn DeLong Mr. Richard Buck Dr. Herbert Oakes Advanced Placement Math 23 rbOHw4EW 20'-'HDeC'DC.'Ut1'1 D. Matting B, Boydg R, Morse, 1 L, Eson Coach Robert Lewisg R, Mendel .x " .: EAM, ' , txt, x N " , ., . ,,,. , . , Q3 xficiiii AKEJ My KLA Q, A, v ,..,sQ2f Rf WJ ' . K 473 , AL.-' g ., 2 tv K, M, Robling Miss Claudette DeLamater A, Siegal B, Wallock 24- 1 YQ,-. s. .yu .A ,-H . ,I jk? 5 Q , SJ ,Ln .M-N Q X J V 1 L r Y ,iQgwM .I--Pitts HE-Qs R' K Vit' ,-'g5j1'H X ,1 M 5 if riff? E if xx, . -. .ul L, L if - H V x .f-Q, QW fs YU V1 5' X ,, at V 23 xt x ' Sho p Mrs. Brita Walker Mr, Harlan Raymond ,QLM5 Art Class Miss Barbara Quayle THE ARTS Mr, Theodore Bayer Be not discouraged keep on, there are divine things well enve!op'aQ I swear to you there are divine things more beau- tyful than words can tell. Walt 1Whitman Mr, Gustave Mueller BUSINESS Miss Royaun S Mr, Thdmas Wiuu -- Miss Lydia Murray GUIDANCE Miss A1111 Smith Miss Linda Lufkin Miss Ruth Pofley OFFICE STAFF a lm MUSIC Concord or Bust Dr, Roy York Jr. HUMANITIES FIRST ROW, 1. to r: R. Luduenag M. Glasheeng B. Barrg Paul Feigenbaumg S. Levitas. SECOND ROW: J. Baldesg J Vaughng S. Longeg J. Hengererg C. Cosgrave. THIRD ROW: D. Morrisong M, Begleiterg B. Richmang K, Wirshing E. Clawson. Missing: M. Kesslerg P. Roblin. K. Thorsen. ALWAYS NEW AND CHALLENGING - STUDENT TEACHERS Miss Mary Ruth Butler Mr, Rlchard Marshall G Mr, Ke h 11 Stephen Giordano B yCh Mr, l yK PP I K 1 1 i . l 1 A , Siegal E N I l V 5 Now understand me well - it is pro- 1 5 l vided in the essence Qf things that from anyffuition fyfsuc- l cess, no matter what, shall come l l farth something to make a greater I W r struggle neeessagz. 1 Walt Whitman f I r , N V 3 S, Krimsky J. Donikian D, Bakke f-it U Allons! with power, libergv, the 1 earth, the elements, ,Health, dqiance, gayegr, sef ' esteem, curiosigz, . . . Walt Whitman I 5 --1---- .i-.11-1 .nun ......L1-o- X A 4 ,r, :-' -i ' 1--...--1- ?-' ' - f" -'- - ACTIVITIES DEBATE CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Weiner, M. Moller, K, Wirshing, S. Weinstockg,SECOND ROW: M. Glasheen, L. Pe11ish,M. Lewis, L. Bunke, M. Begleiter, B. Linn, R. Ettleson, B. Bryan, THIRD ROW: S. Zimmerman. Ciklllffmw HK Ik LAW CLUB FIRST ROW,left to right: A. Seigal, M. Hamilton, M. Glasheen, E. Tolokonskyg SECOND ROW: M. Pitts, J. Fairhurst. M. Begleiter, A McCullough, B. Linn, R. Wieckorek, H. Contompasis, B. Wallock. CHESS CLUB Left to right:P.Feigenbau1'n,C-. Contompasis,J. Dunn: SECOND ROW: M. Kes- Dr. Grava, M. Kessler, E sler, W..Barr. Karell, R. Langer . They ponder for hours o'er little Wood men -- They curse when they lose, and then -- they refuse -- to pay their dues . SWT 33 FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Levitt, M. Lowder, G. Kirchner, M. Goldstein, M. Pitts, L. Maynard, E. Karell, C. Hagadorng SECOND ROW: M. Hamilton, M. Moller, P. Crane, A. Miller, K. Thorsen, P. Carney, S. Gerhardt, R. Morse, M. Roblin, C. Lynch: THIRD ROW: C. Linsley, N. Button, S. Garman, J. Levine, M. Grear, K. Giventer, B. Toole, D. Bakke, D. Marting FOURTH ROW: A. Russell, P. Roblin, S. Dubov, E. Clawson, M. Hutchings, L. Gari- baldi, E. Tolokonsky, K. LaFevre, R. Polen, K. Gavryck, L. Bearup, J. Bradshaw, L. Andrews, G. Herres. The clans are meeting, The war cries sotmd. It's Wednesday at ten, Sigma and Quin are meeting again. SWT FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Shulman, T. Larrabee, C. Newman, J., Griffin, L. Iochnowitz, D. Hafner, D. Hol land, L. Abajian, J. Mayersohn, C. Sanders, Z. Hafner, M.'Hesseng SECOND ROW: S. Teller, S. Press, J. Kapner K. Hoffman,M. Linn, S. Longe,I. Montagueg THIRD ROW: B. Boyd, G. Alden, B. Richman, S. Weiner, D. Carroll T. Gellman, S. Taflerig FOURTH ROW: M. Glasheen, L. Reiner, S. Lurie, D. Smith , S. Goldberg, K. Wirshing C. Huff, S. Weinstock, J. Proctor, R. Abrams, E.vEson, L. Carroll. Crimson and White Editors Left to right: E. Clawson, I. Bunke, K. Giventer, W. Barr, K. Wirshing, S. Garman. STAF F I' ROW, left to right: S. Garman, W. Barr, I. Michelson, K. Hoffman, SECOND ROW: S. Longe, Miller, K. Giventer, K. Wirshing, S. Press, N. Buttong THIRD ROW: T. Oliphant, C-. Contompasis, Clawson, J. Dunn, M. Begleiter, I. Bunke, S. Weiner, S. Weinstock, A, Seigal. Morrison triumphs again. Bur I know Ihanded in the pictures. CROSS-COUNTRY Marshall, Blabey, Thomas, Dugan, Eson, Rundell, Hart. JUNIOR VARSITY Levitas FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Holland, Ellsworth, Milsteim, Klein, Oli- phaut, Schrodtg SECOND ROW:Gould, Rosenstock, Koven, Coutompa- sis, Eismang THIRD ROW: Warner, MacFarlaud, Gewirtzman, Nelson, Brooks. He traveling with me needs the best bl0oaQ thews, endurance, None may come to the trial till he or she bring courage and health Walt Whitman TENNIS VARSITY FIRST ROW, left to right: Hengerer, Bennertg SECOND ROW: Coach Lewis, Oliphant, Managerg Nuckols, Valenti, Slocum, Lange, Nelson, Carey, Thomas, Rider, Richter, Manager. BASKETBALL , !,'.-. .,,4,,.,: ,ij I. I A I N f Xi N, 'w5ff'Zt.- flange A f Lea Z-me ee i' .f51Lf1fifffv-4Mf'f-- if ' 7200 4 "Sink or swim, win or die Q7 If-ec 'WZ 4 Egg MA A Wild dash, a glint in his eyegfi The crowd gasps, the ba11's on the rim, Through the hoop, "Hey, it's in!" SWT Slocum, Lange, Bennett, Rider JUNIOR VARSITY Left to right: Mellen, Michelson, Spath, Nelson, Drexler, Shoudy, Marshall, Moran, Dugan, Lockwood, Dey. Tom Bennett All -Albany llw. a xl rf ff! .M .Lt XXX' yff. f ' 31 A? f 4 A XXX N . x X A , X I 721 X Um! Mascot f.DLlrMl,l1'x BOWLING CLUB FIRST ROW, left ro right: P. Korotkin, W. Barr, D. Rundell, Begleirerg SECOND ROW: M. Kessler, D. Dugan, B. Butler Dunn, R. Spaner. CHEERLEADERS Varsity,left to right:M. Shulman, C. New- man, S. Press, A. Miller, P. Crane, G.. Simmons. SONGLEADERS K. Wirshing, J. Kapner, C. Huff. Junior Varsity, left to right: S. Barr, A. Linter, N. Hyman, V. Bearup, B. Allen, L. Scheer, N. Knox. M.B.A.A. FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Klein, B. Marshall, D. Rundell, M. Beg- leiterg SECOND ROW: B. Blumberg, W. Edwards, R. Mendel, A. Zalay, I Michelson, I. Rider, D. Dugan, W. Khachadourian, R. Brandg THIRD ROW L. Nelson, L. Mokhiber, J. Nelson, I. Anderson, B. Press. M.G.A.A. FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Montague, K. Thorsen, C. Huff, K. Hoffman,M.Hesserg SECOND ROW: N. Hyman, B. Losee,G. Kirchner, P. Crane, S. Mellen, T. Larrabee, S. Press. BRICKS AND IVY FIRST ROW, Left to right: D. Rundell, M. Hamilton, M. Pitts, M. Glasheen, C. Huff, J. Kapner, E. Tolokonsky A. Siegel, I. Dunn, M. Kessler, A. Russell, S. Levitt, SECOND ROW: M. I-lesser, J. Feigenbaum, G. Pritchard, S Tafler, C. Graham, S. Weinstock, S. Button, K. Giventer, A. Russell, S. Levitt. S. Tafler, M. Kessler, Literary Editor D' Rumen' Treasurer J. Dunn, M. Hamilton, S. Zimmerman, Photography Editor. C. Huff, Art Editorg I. Donikian. ., 5 4- K if THE N BRXCKS x IVY If F f pf JY- BRIQ K9 OY VSY M. G1asheeu,M. Hami1ton,I. Kapuer,Mrs. Walker, Advisor. P. Feigenbaum, M. G1asheenCo- Editors -in-Chief. A FOOT AND ' LiGHT HEARTED TRI-HI-Y SEATED, left to right: M. Hutchings, J. Griffin, M. Pitts, K. Hoffman: STANDING: M. Hamilton, L. An- drews, S. Tafler, S. Dubov, K. Le- Fevre, D.Bakke, T. Larrabee,M. Hesser, I. Bradshaw, C. Hagadorn. Officers: K. Hoffman, J. Griffin M. Hutchings, M. Pitts. FIRST ROW, left to right:'L. Jochnowitz, V. Bearup, S. Weinstock, S. Scher, K. Giventerg SECOND ROW: B. Boyd, M. Goldstein, R. Abrams, C. Lynch, G. Allen, L. Carroll, THIRD ROW: G. Contompasis, M. Linn, M. Crane, M. Car- ney, Z, Hafner, I. Proctor: FOURTH ROW: I. Vaughn, K. Thorsen, S. Ash- worth, J. Fairhurst, I. Bradshaw. 42 F.T.A. Officers: S. Weiu stock, K. Tfhomas, K Giventer, S. Scher. F.T.A. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Abrams, I. Proctor, M. Roblin, K. Cassiano, Miss Quayle, L. Garibaldi, L. Abajian E. Karell, I. Levine, SECOND ROW:L. Bedian, R. Polen, T. Larrabee, S. Dubov, D. Holland, C. Lynch, M. Mol ler, K. C-avryck, M.,Goldsrein, C. Hagadorng THIRD ROW: I. Bradshaw, D. Hafner, B. Boyd, D. Martin, C Starker, L. Carroll, D. Carroll, C. Linsley, G. Kirchner, E. Tolokonskyg FOURTH ROW: K. LeFeVre, P. Carney S. Garman, M. Lowder, G. l-lerres, J. Montague. RED CROSS COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Linsley, N. Knox, B. Dubb, T. Gellman, A. Richter, R, Platt, M'. Abrams, D. Herresg SECOND ROW: L. Carroll, S. Tafler, L. Maynard, B. Korotkin, I. Proctor, D. Kullman, P. Korotkin. 43 MUSIC COUNCIL Left to right: D. Morrison, K. Wirshing, S. Press, P. Roblin. MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Reiner, M. Hamilton, B. Boyd, K. LeFevre, K. Giventer, Z. Hafner, S. Weinstock K. Wirshing, P. Robling SECOND ROW: D. Dugan, R. Polen, B. Losee, G. Bearup, L. Bearup, N. Button, S. Press M. Linn, I. Anderson, A. McCullough, R. Morse, N. Knox, THIRD ROW: B. Crane, A. Harris, S. Mellen, S. Ed- wards, L. Paul, L. Eson, C. Shoudy, S. Gerhardt, E. Clawsong FOURTH ROW: K. Kermani, J. Proctor, B. Allen S. Polen, L. Scheer, P. Levine, S. Levitz, M. Lowder, B. Barr, A. Siegel, FIFTH ROW: N. Sheldon, B. Griese, L Levine, M. Dugan, A. Zalay, D. Skinner, M. Kessler, D. Morrison, J. Dunn, M. Begleiter. 44 JUNIOR CHOIR FIRST ROW: l. to r:,J. Littlefield, C. Rapazzo, L. Wyatt, H. Keeler, P. Bulger, N. Sundin, C. Gardner. D. Jones, P. Lennon, R. Ottyg SECOND ROW: M. Moore, K. Gardner, M. Hazapis,B. Stanwix, L. Lockwood,L. Harris, S. Sheldon, J. Mellon, K. Sandersong THJRD ROW: B. Brewster, M. Barelski, J. Devlin, C. Warner, N. Iochnowitz, V. Vice. MILNETTES FIRST ROWgl.tor:B. Losee, M. Shulman, K. Cassiano, S. Press, P. Roblin, A. Miller, J. Kapner, A. Nel- son, C. Lynch, M. Roblin, B. Boyd, N. Button, M. Hamilton: SECOND ROW: S. Gerhardt, M. Grear Z Hafner,L. Garibaldi,K. Thorsen, K. Wirshing, K. Giventer, B. Toole, L. Reiner, K. LeFevre, C. Sanders C. Hagadorn, M. Hamilton. 45 ...ja K. 2 ii? SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Hengerer, K. Thorsen, I. Vaughn, SECONDROW:L. Bearup, S. Press,N. Button,M. Benedict, P. Crane, L. Pellish. M. Pitts, K. Thomas, P. Korotkin, C. Newman. ELECTIONS JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right:J Margolis, I. Littlefield, A Linter, R. Otty, M.Brody SECOND ROW: C. Graham N. Hyman, P. Schrodt, S Levitz, S. Harrison. Carole and Jill Mr. Ganeles, Faculty advisor. TEEN REPORTER COMMITTEE Left to right: T. Oliphant, K. Hoffman, J. Feigenbaum, L. Maynard, S. Wein stock. E LE CTIONS Kenny Thomas Dave Dugan 47 BAND NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Jerry Bunke JACK SON CLUB Left to Right:D. Morrison,J. Doolittle, W. Barr, G. Simmons K. Giventer, R. Luduena, M. Glasheen, P. Feigenbaum. Left to right: J. Vaughn, P. Feigenbaum, K. Sandersou,G.Contompasis, K. Thomasg Missing: D. Rundell, P. Baldes. 4-8 ALUMNI BALL "Stairway to the Stars" Left to Right: M. Hamilton, D. Bakke, B. Bryan, S. Ger- hardt, N. Button, B. Schubert. Left to Right: A. Russell, I. Lorette, M. Daggett, H. Grover. Left to Right: J. Fairhurst, B. Bryan, M. Hamilton, S. Press, R. LaGrange, J. Margolis. s 5 5 E Q Q s 2 Q 3 2 i THE MILNETTES AND JUNICR CHCDIR THE TGRCHBEARERS Lines Mr. Stein Tryouts Costumes Paula and Fred 51 Rehearsal Work! I .,,,, ' I think whatever I shall meet on the road I shall like, and whoever beholds me shall like me . . . Walt Whitman I It'S time to Say "I've learned," Time to say "I know. " But stop . . Can one be so certain, so sure? Will one ever be that sure? 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H' ' . , sr-- -- , iii-'fm LH , :ZW if fy pm ---Z1-5-Zag GAIL ANN KELCH 63 MARC IOSEPH KESSLER CHARLES MICHAEL KLEPAK GLORIA JEAN KIRCHNER JAMES EDWIN LANGE STEPHEN FRANKLIN LEVITAS j' G 50 Q 5 Q I flf 5 yard J of X31-L51 if Q? HQ jugs fl 2 wx? 64 CAROL ANN LINSLEY LO RRA INE MAYNARD SANDRA LEE LONGE 65 RICHARD FRQILAN LUDUENA ALAN MAKARWICH ANN ELEANOR MILLER . .A R., , 'MD QC'v"-E" I3 Q.5L'?'r-J? LL.,-MJ ,4,LX,"'1'l7. L L2 WWC J ELIAS LEO MOKHIBER ROBERT M, K, MILLER DANIEL MORRISON JAMES WILLIAM NAYOR L 66 gg, CLAUDE CARLYLE NUC KOLS III BARBARA RUTH RICHMAN MARGARET JEAN ROBLI 'gp A PENELOPE ANN ROBLIN KEITH WAYNE SANDERSON 'W J' nl if DEANE DICK RUNDELL 67 N ,Zz Q? .Z 6226? +136 7? pa-dk Z GAY ROLIN SIMMONS CHARLA D, STARKER SUSAN MARTHA SCHER 4 , KENNETH THOMAS 68 TERRY WEND ELL THOMA S KAREN THORSEN JAMES RUSSELL VAU GHN 69 ELAINE RUTH TOLOKONSKY VICTOR H, VALENTINE SUSAN LYNN WEINER KATHERINE LOUISE WIRSHING SUSAN IAN WEINSTOCK DAVID CHARLES WURTI-IMAN Allons! we must not stop here, However sweet these laid-up stores. however convenient this dwelling we cannot remain here, However shelterjd this port and however calm these waters we must not anchor here, However welcome the hospitaligf that surrounds us we are permitted to receive it but a little while. Walt Whz'tman 70 THE KIDDY KGRNER . . G, Simmons The Gang K' Thomas K . Thorsen S. Ashworth. J, Hengerer, C, Huff. M, Glasheen SENIOR ACTIVITIES ABAJIAN, LORRAINE: F.H.A. 10, 11, 123 Sigma 11, 123Tri-I-Ii-'Y103jr. Choir 8, 9. ASHWORTH, SUSAN:3F.I-I.A. 10, Treas.. 11, V.P. 123 M.G.A.A.3 jr. Choir 93 Sigma 10,11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 10, V.P. 113 Red Cross Council 10,11,12, Sec. 113 M.G.A.A. Council. BALDES, PETER: M.B.A.A. 93 Class V.P. 103 Class Treas. 123 Music App. Club 10, 113 St. Council 113 Student Pro- ducer -Play 12. BEGLEITER, MARTIN: M.B.A.A. 113 Golf 11, 12, Tennis 9, 103 B 811 8, 10, 113 Chess Club 8,9,103 C8zW 10, Feature Writer 123 Fr. Club 123 Debate Club 11, 123 Music App. Club 10, 11, 12, Bowling Treas. 12. BARR, WILLIAM: Golf 113 Tennis 103 B8zI 103Chess Club 8,9, 103 C8zW 7, 11, Ed. -in-Chief 123 Grad. Usher 113 Music App. Club 10, 11, 123 Nat'l Hon. Sec. 11, Pres. 123 St. Council 7. BENNETT, THOMAS: M.B.A.A. 11,123 Baseball 1O,11,123 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12. BRUCE, DARWIN: Chess Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Bowling 123 Play Tech. Comm. 123 Alumni Ball3 C8zW 11, 12. BUNKE, JEROME: Debate Club, Pres. 11,123 C8zW 11, Assoc. Ed. 123 State College Band-Solo Clarinet 11,123 Play Cast 12. CAREY, BRIAN: M.B.A.A. 103 Baseball 9g Basketball 8, 9, 10, 11,123 Red Cross Council ll, V.P. 12. CARNEY, MARGARET: F.I-I.A.10,11, 123 F.T.A. 10, 11, 123 jr. Choir 7, 8,93 Milnettes 10, 11, 123 Quin 10, 11, 123 Tri- I-Ii-'Y 10, Sec. 113 Jr. Red Cross 7,8. CARROLL, LONNA: F.l-l.A. 10, 11,123 F.T.A. 10, 11, 123 Jr. Choir 8, 93 Sigma 10, 11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11. CLAWSON, ELAINE: Chess Club 93 C8zW Exchange Ed. 11, 1231512 Club 103 Music App. Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Quin 10, 11, 12. CONTOMPASIS, GEORGEf Chess Club 9,10,113 C8zW 11,123 F.T.A. l1,12. COSGRAVE, CURTIS: M.B.A.A. 11,123 Basketball 9,10,11, 123 B811 93 F .T.A. 113 St. Council 7,93 Play Pub. Comm. Chm.123H.R. Pres. 7, V.P. 8, Treas. 9. DONIKIAN, JANINE: B811 11, Assoc. Art Ed. 123 C8zW 10, 113 Fr. Club 9, 10, 11, Pres. 123 M.G.A.A.3 Ir. Choir 83 Milnettes 10, 11, 123 Music App. Club 10, 11, 125 Sigma 10, 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y 105 Play Cast 125 CardParty 11, Chm. Invitations Comm. 125 Alumni Ball 10. DUNN, JAMES: Golf 11,125 Bowling 125 Chess Club 10,11, 125 Music App. Club 125 B811 Assoc. Photography Ed. 12. FAIRI-IURST, JACK: Chess Club 105 F.T.A. 11, V.P. 125 Assembly Comm. 125 St. Council 115 Play Tickets Comm. 12, Props Comm. 125 Card Party 11, 125 Alumni Ball5 Bowling 10. FEIGENBAUM, PAUL: M.B.A.A. 7, 8, 125Basketbal111, Manager 105 Tennis 9, 10, 125 B811 7, 8, 9, 10, Treas. 11, Ed. -in- Chief 125 Chess Club 7, 8, Treas. 9, 105 ClassV.P. 115 C8zW 115 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 11, 125 St. Council 7, 8, 115 Jr. Choir 75 Jr. Red Cross 75 Teen Reporter Comm. 10, 11, 125 Grad. Grand Marshal 115 Play Cast 11, 125 Assemb. Comm. .10, 11, 125 St. -Pac. Com. 10, 115 CardParty Main- tenance ll, 125 Alumni Ba1l5 Math Club 9, 105 Hamslnc. 105 1-l.R. Pres. 7, V.P. 85 Oral Interp. 12. GARMAN, SUSAN: C8zW Typing Ed. 10, 11, 125 F .H.A. 10, 11, 125 Cheerleading 85 Jr. Choir 75 Quin 10, 11, 125 Tri-I-li-Y 10, 115 Alumni Ballg M.G.A.A. GIVENTER, KAREN: Chess Club 105 C8zW News Ed. 125 F.T.A. 11, Sec. 125 Jr. Choir 7,85 Milnettes 11, 125 Music App. Club 10, 11, 125 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 11, 125 St. Council 115 Quin .10, 11, 125 Jr. Red Cross 7, 85 M.G.A.A. GLASHEEN, MAUREEN:B8z1 10, Art Ed. 11, Ed.-in-Chief 12, Photographer 125 M.G.A.A.5 Grad. Usher 115 Hams Inc. 105 F.T.A. 115 Law Club 11, Pres. 125 Nat'l 1-lon. Soc. 11,125 Sigma 10, 11,125 Mist. of Cer. 115 Alumni Ballg Play Cast 11, Tech. Direct. 125 Debate Club 11, 125 Milnettes 105 Jr. Choir 8, 95 Oral Interp. 11,125 Ski Club 11,125 S.S. Treas. 9. GOLDBERG, S1-IEILA: M.G. A.A.3 F.T.A. 125 Music App. Club 125 Sigma 10, 11, 125 Law Club 115 Jr. Choir 7,8. GREAR, MARY: M.G.A.A. slr. Choir 7, 85 Milnettes 10, 11,125 St. Council 85 Quin 10,11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 105 Law Club ll. 1-IAFNER, ZITA:M.G.A.A.5 M.G.A.A. Council 105 Music App. Club 115 Sigma 10, 11,125 Jr. Choir 85 Milnettes 10.11, 12. 1-IENGERER, JAMES: M.B.A.A. 11, 125 Baseball 8, 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 8, 9, 10, 11,125 St. Council 8,9,11, V.P. 125 St. -Fac. Comm. 10, 11, 12. I-IUFF, CAROLE: B811 Art Ed. 125 Class Sec. 11,125 M.G.A.A.? M.G.A.A. Council V.P. 11, Pres. 125 Cheerlead- ing 8,9,l0,l15 Songleading 125 Grad. Usher 115 Jr. Choir 7,85 Milnettes 115 St. Council 95 Sigma 10, 11, 125 Play Stage Productiong Card Party 11,125 Alumni Ballg Jr. RedCross 7, 85 F.T.A. 115 St.- Fac. Comm. 95 Art Treas. 12. KAPNER, JILL: B811 10, ll, Advertising Ed. 12, M.G.A.A. 5 Cheerleading 8, 9, ll, Songleading 12, Grad. Usher ll, Jr. Choir 7, 8, Milnettes 10, ll, 12, Treas. ll, St. Council Treas. 9, Sigma 10, ll, Pres. 12, St. -Fac. Comm. 12, Jr. Red Cross 7, 8, Card Party ll, 12, Alumni Ball. KARELL, ELLEN:F.l-l.A. 10, V.P. ll, 12, Quin 10, Mist. of Cer. 11, 12, M.G.A.A., Chess Club 7, Sec. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Music App. Club 9, 10, 11, Play Costumes Comm. 12, Alumni Ball, Ski Club 10, ll, C8zW 10, ll, Card Party ll, 12, jr. Choir 7, 8, 9, Math Club 9, 10, jr. Red Cross 7. KELCH, GALL: F.l-l.A. 10, Music App. Club 9, 10, ll, 125 M.G.A.A.3 Ir. Choir 8, 9, Sigma 10, ll, 12. KESSLER, MARC:M.B.A.A. 12, Tennis 9, 10, B8zI Lit. Ed. 12, Chess Club 7, 8, 9, 10,11, 12, C8zW 10, Music App. Club 11, 12, Alumni Ball, Play Publicity Comm. 12, 1-l.R. Treas. 12, Bowling 12. KIRCHNER, GLORIA: F.l-I.A. 10, 11, 12, M.G.A.A., M.G.A.A. Council 11, 12, jr. Choir 8, 9, Music App. Club 10, Quin 10, 11, 12, Tri-I-Ii-Y 10, Play Props Comm. 11, 12. KLEPAK, CHARLES: M.B.A.A.. 10, Chess Club 8, 9 LANGE, JAMES: Baseball 9, 12, Basket- ball l0, 11, 12,Chess Club 8, 9, St. Coun- cil 7, Red Cross Council 9, 10. LEVITAS, STEPHEN: M.B.A.A. 12, Cross Country ll, 12, Tennis 9, 10, ll, 12, Chess Club 7, 8, 9, 10, ll, Pres. 12, Mu- sic App. Club 9, 10,ll, 12, Nat'l Hon. SOC. ll, 12. LINSLEY, CAROL: M.G.A.A.3 F.I-l.A. 10, 11, 12,Jr. Choir 8, V.P. 9, Milnettes ll, Quin 10, ll, 12, Tri-I-li-Y 10. LONGE, SANDRA: C8zW Treas. ll, 12, M.G.A.A. ,Milnettes ll, 12, Music App. Club 10, Sigma 10, Sec. ll, Mist. of Cer. 12, Ski Club 10, Pres. 1l,12, A- lumni Ball, Assemb. Comm. ll, Play Cast 12. LUDUENA, RICHARD: M.B. A . A. Treas. 12, Cross-Country Manager 12, Chess Club 7, 8, V.P. 9,12, Pres. 10, 11, C8zW Jr. Highlights 8, Feature Writer 12, French Club 12, Music App. Club 9, 10, 11, 12,Nat'll-lon..Soc. 11, Treas. 12, St. Council 10, Jr. Choir 7, 8. MAKARWICI-I, ALAN: Play-Technical Crew 12. MAYNARD, LORRAINE: Class V.P. 12, M.G.A.A. ,Grad. Usher 11, jr. Choir 7, 8, 9,Music App. Club 10, Quin 10, 11, 12, Red Cross Council 7, 8,9, Treas. 10, Pres. 12,' Teen Reporter Comm. 12. MILLER, ANNE: C8zW 12, Cheerleading 9, ll, 12, M.G.A.A., M.G.A.A. Coimcil 9, Debate Club ll,Mi1netteS 10, 11, 12, Sec. 10, Music App. Club 9, St. Council 8, Quin 10, ll, Pres. 12, Assemb. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Play Cast 12. MILLER, ROBERT: M.B.A.A. ll, 12: Cross -Country 11, Coach 123 Basketball 10, ll, Manager 123 Bowling 12. MOKHIBER, ELIAS:M.B.A.A. 9,10, 113 Baseball 8, 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball 8, 9, 103 Cross-Country ll, Music App. Club 93 St. Council 9. MORRISON, DANIEL: Cross -Country 113 Chess Club 9,10,ll, 12, V.P. 10,112 Class Pres. 1l3C8zWSports Ed. 125 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 11, 12, "Project 9" 9. NAYOR, JAMES: Music App. Club 113 Tennis 10, ll, 121 Chess Club 103 Debate Club ll, 12, Sets -Play. NUCKOLS, CLAUDE: Baseball 8, 9: Bas- ketball 9,10,11,123 F.T.A. 11, 12, Treas. 113 St. Council ll. RICHMAN, BARBARA:jr. Choir 83 Sigma 11, Treas. 123 Music Dept. Treas. 12, M.G.A.A.3 Milnettes 10, ll, 12. ROBLIN, MARGARET: F.H.A. 10, Sec. ll, Pres. 123 jr. Choir 83 Milnettes 11, 12, Music App. Club 11, 123 St. Council 83 Quin 10, 11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 8103 M.G.A.A. ROBLIN, PENELOPE: F.T.A. 103 M.G.A.A.3 Jr. Choir 8,93 Milnettes 10, ll, 123 Music App. Club 10, ll, 123 Quin 10, Tri-Hi-Y 10. RUNDELL, DEANE: M.B.A.A. 10, Pres. 123 Baseball 9, 113 Cross Country ll, 123 B811 Business Man. 123 Class Pres. 12. SANDE RSON, KEITH: Cross -Country 11, 12. SCHER, SUSAN: B811 7,82 C8zW 123 F.T.A. ll, Pres. 123 M.G.A.A.3 Song- leading 113 Quin 10, 11, 123 jr. Red Cross 7,82 Hams Inc. 9,103 Music App. Club 103 English Dept. Treas. 123 Play Cast 12. SIMMONS, GAY: Class Treas. 93 C8rW 8,93 Girls' Sports Ed. 10, Feature Ed. 113 M.G.A.A.! M.G.A.A. Council Sec. 10, Treas. 113 Grad. Grand Marshal 113 jr. Choir 7, 83Nat'l l-Ion. Soc. ll, 123 St. Council 7, 123 Sigma 10, 11, 123 Red Cross Council 8, 9. STARKER, CHARLA: F.H.A. 10, 11, 123 jr. Choir 10, ll, 12. THOMAS, KENNETH: M.B.A.A. 9: Baseball 9, 103 F.T.A. 11, V.P. 12. THOMAS, TERENCE: Entered 12, Cross -Country 123 Basketball 12. THORSEN, KAREN: Class Sec. 103 M.G.A.A. Council, V.P. 11, Bus. Man. 123 Cheerleading 9, 113 Songleading 103 Grad. Usher 113 jr. Choir 83 Milnettes 10, 11, 123 Quin 10, ll, 123 Music App. Club 103St. Council Sec. ll, Treas. 12. TOLOKONSKY, ELAINE: B811 10, ll, l2Q C8zW 123 F.H.A. 10,11, 12: M.G.A.A.3 jr. Choir 8,92 Music App. Club 10,11, 123 Quin 10, 11,123 Law Club Sec. 113 Hams Inc. 9, 10. VALENTINE, VICTOR: F.T.A. 12. VAUGI-IN, JAMES: jr. Choir 83 Class V.P. 9, Pres. 10, Treas. 113 F.T.A. 11, 123 Card Party3 Alumni Ball3 Grad. Usher 113 Play Lights Com.3 Baseball 93 St. Council 11, Pres. 12. WEINER, SUSAN: C8zW 11, Sen. Spot. 123 F.T.A. 113 M.G.A.A. 8:lr. Choir 7, 8, Sec. 93 Debate Club ll, Sec. -Treas. 123 Music App. Club 10, 113 St. Council Sec. 93 Sigma 10, ll, 123 Music Council 93 jr. Red Cross 7, 8, 9. WEINSTOCK, SUSAN: Chess Club 10, 113 C8zW ll, 123 F.T.A. 11, Treas. 123 M.G.A.A. 3Grad. Usher 113 Debate Club ll, 12, Music App. Club 10, ll, 123 Sigma 10, 11, 123 Teen Reporter 11, 123112 Red Cross 7, 83 Math Club 7, 8. WIRSHING, KATHERINE: Chess Club 10, ll, 123 C8zW 9,10,l1, Feature Ed. 123 M.G.A.A.3 M.G.A.A. Council 102 Cheerleading 93 Songleading 123 Grad. Usher 113 jr. Choir 7, 8, 93 Debate Club 11,123 Milnettes 10, V.P. 11, Pres. 123 Music App. Club 9, 10, ll, 123 Sigma 10, ll, 123 Tri'-Hi-Y 10, 113 School Accompa- nist ll, 123 Play Make -up 123 Alumni Ball3 Red Cross 7, Sec. 93 St. Council 8. WURTHMAN, DAVID: M.B.A.A. 10, 11, 123 Baseball 9, 10, ll, 123 Basketball 10. '63 ANTICS AND SEMANTICS QUESTION OF THE YEAR: Will Dan have a 4 . l average? ALBUMS: The First Family by Vaughn Meader My Son the Folk Singer by Mrs . Nuckols Lunchtime Honors -- Garbage Queen - - HEADLINES - - Alchemy was introduced in Chemistry. I L Page I-Iall's curtain singed by the torch of culture. Carl Sandburg tried to write for the B. gl I. but was rejected. Six day bicycle race -- Mo vs. Darwin Dr. York's hi-fi was irreparably damaged by the rendering of Pierrot Lunaire . 76 "Cecil" and Snoopy join the Seniors Cand Terry toolj Katy mails her squirt gun to the Smithsonian Institute . "Hi ya kid" Sandy Let me a Shay thish about thaat - - jack "Alright, let's settle down . . . " The Rolamy Kid "Baby Huey" spent S.S. ll ducking chalk. FAMOUS LAST WORDS! "If I had a hammer AL "War is Hell!" Richard "Yes, Ihave no bananas . " George "Bring some paper towels, Tom!" Benny Yuh-uh-uhhi jack Fairhurst LEO! Can We have your autograph? 5th Precinct? . . . Excuse me, but I seem to have lost a bus omewhere between 37th Street and 42nd . . . Dr. Fossieck ALBANY BANANA CGRPORATION EXECUTIVE - VICE PRESIDENT GEORGE BQ CONTOIVIPAS IS UNITED STATES PLYWOOD CORP FULLER ROAD ALBANY 5, N. Y. 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