Monroe High School - Monrolog Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1949
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MONROE HIGH Si
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BUILDING, no matter how beautiful, is but a
building, until the people who make it their home
give to it a part of their lives. In 1923 Monroe
Junior High School, new and beautiful, awaited its first
dwellers. The doors opened to receive the first teachers and
students in September. Bulletin boards were decorated, desks
littered, books arranged in cupboards, and 'filing cabinets
filled. The rooms and hall swelled with excited gossip of new
activities and studies With each new year came new people
and of each of those who left something remained enriching
the wealth of knowledge and pleasure that is Monroe s Now
in its twenty fifth year Monroe High School continues to
mold and influence hundreds of lives Thousands have come
and gone their lives somehow changed because of their ex
perlences ln this building It is in this way that Monroe has
lived for the Seniors will live for the entering Freshmen
and for the many students who will in the future contribute
their experiences to the story of Monroe
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Now we today
Seelng how much thls school
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MISS MARY A. SHEEHAN
In spite of the fact that she has
been principal for only two years,
there can be no doubt that Miss
Sheehan has brought to us a new
awareness of the world in which
we live. Although many duties and
interests demand her time, she is
never too busy to aid a student to
solve his problems. She has al-
ways sought to raise the already-
high Monroe standards. Her stu-
dents will always be proud of hav-
ing known her. '
In one short year we have learned to
know and appreciate Mr. Berman. His
patience and understanding have won our
affection. We hope that this year will be
but the beginning of a long, successful
career for Mon-roe's vice-principal.
IRA I. BERMAN
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Standing: Mr. Carver, headg Mrs. Bass, Miss
Middaugh. Miss Farlow. Miss Kurzrock, Mrs. Moore, Mr. Slikorg Seated:
Miss O'Connell, Miss Stevenson, Miss Schleyer, Mrs. Stolbrand, Mrs. Harri-
son. Absent from picture: Miss Leary.
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N955 ki Standing' Mr. Ackley, Miss Parker, Mr. Bacon, headg Miss Snow,
D003 'e 6 Miss Murray, Miss Cummings.
ART DEPARTMENT-Mr. Sherwood,
LATIN DEPARTMENT-Miss Leary,
Miss Farlow, Miss Maxwell, head.
Miss Jackman, Miss Kelly
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT-Mr. Matheis, Miss Town, Mrs. Moore:
Mrs. Colahan, supply for Miss Gigeeg Mrs. Smith. Absent from picture: Miss
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Bohrer, Mr. Sherwood, Mr. Meulendyke, Mr. De May, Mr. Rockcastle. Absent
from picture: Mr. Reynolds.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT - Mrs.
Hemings, Miss Wannamacher,
headg Mr. Livermore.
Carter, Miss Waugh, Mrs. Har-
isong Mrs. Krichbaum, head
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There is no need to remind Monroe students of Mr. Walter Willis.
Since M0nroe's beginning no pupil has left Monroe without having
in some way benefitted by his counsel. He dedicated his life to aid-
ing young people in developing worthy ideals and moral courage.
No man can contribute so much to the lives of so many without be-
ing remembered. His death this year left us all with the s-ad realiza-
tion that we have lost a valuable counselor and a faithful friend.
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fat leftl. 9. .loanie Shamus. 10. Len Gidlow. 11. How's about a little kiss. 12. Shy, Dave? 13. Mary .lane Glitch. 14-. Look, 6 hands
15. Our MONROLOC advisor.
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tor of the Seniors
When the class of '49 first entered Monroe, our country was engaged in a terrible
war. Throughout that war and the years of peace following it, the senior class has
learned how to work and play in ways of democracy. Perhaps with that training they
have received. in Monroe, its members will go forth better equipped to meet the
crises arising in this time of indecision. This has always been the mission of Monroe
V-to send its students into the world better citizens than they would- be, not havng
Class of 1949
James Hudson ...... ........ P resident
Howard Lipman ,..... ,...... V ice-President
Polly Ogden .,............ ......,..................... S ecretary N
Elizabeth Harding ......,..,..,... Girls' Social Chairman
Edward Sturm .,..... ......... B oys' Social Chairman
Senior Custodian of the Flag: Mary
Anna Friederichg Carl Kohls, Senior
Seated: J. Hudson, E. Harding. Stand-
ing: P. Ogden, E. Sturm, H. Liprnang
ROGERS N. ALEXANDER, 127 Rockingham Street, H. R. 271, Monroe Life Representative 2, Jr. French Club 1, Treasurer 1, Radi
Club 3, 4, Monroe Life 4, Bridge Club 4, Secretary 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4, Basketball 4, H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ping-pong I
National Honor Society 4.
SHELDON ALTMAN, 489 Benton Street, H. R. 271, Monroe Life Representative 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Aid 2, 3, 4, Bookshelf I
Field and Stream 1, Monroe Life 2, Radio Club 4, Baseball 3, 4, Football 4, Visual Aid Corps 4.
JOHN ANDERSON, 125 Klink Road, H. R. 334.
HELEN ARMSTRONG, 957 Clinton Avenue South, H. R. 334.
EDWARD ASHWORTH, 65 Brighton Street, H. R. 271, H. R. President 1, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 1
Secretary 2, Band 1, 2.
WILMA ASLAN, 78 Fort Hill Terrace, H. R. 333, Jr. French Club 1, Volleyball 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, French Honor Society 3, 4.
CAROL BABCOCK, 92 Beaufort Street, H. R. 125, Badminton 5, Bowling 3.
JAMES BAIRD,-106 Southview Terrace, H. R. 334, Ka pa Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, H. R. Presiden
3, Art Club 1, Wrestling 1, Guidance Representative 3,Ii'I. R. Basketball.
JACK BAKER, 86 Lansdale Street, H. R. 336, Beta Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Clas
Vice-President 3, H. R. Vice-President 3, H. R. President 4, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT BARNES, 25 Tracy Street, H. R. 333, Delta Hi-Y 3, H. R. President 1, H. R. Viet
MARY JOAN BEACH, 140 Nunda Boulevard, H. R. 336, Basketball Club 3, 4, H. R. President 2, Baseball Club 3, 4, Ping-pong
Riding 4, Junior Cor s 1, 2, Leadership Club 3,-Office Aid 4, Monrolog Staff 4, Jr. Corps, Secretary 1, National Honor Society 3,
HENRY B CKLER, 85 Castlebar Road, H. R. 303, Adelphians 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3,
Monroe Life 2.
HUBERT BECKMAN, 111 Westminster Road, H. R. 125, Swimming Team 1, 2, General Science Club 1, H. P
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Ping-pong Club 2, 3, Radio Workshop 4.
ROBERT! BENDER, 13 Tracy Street, H. R. 71, Wrestling 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Swimming 2, Jr. Orchestr
1, 2, 1, 2. .
an PHYLLIS JANE BERGER, 17 Suter Terrace, H. R. 129, H. R. President 3, Jr. Choir 1, S
Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr. Latin Club 1, Sr. Latin 2, 3, President 3, Leadership 3, Badminton 2, Rad!
Workshop 4, Bookshelf 1, Office Aid 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Corps 1, Gym Attendance 4.
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SRETA LOU BERGH, 137 Benton Street, H. R. 129, Volleyball 1, 4, Basketball 1, 25 Soccer 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g H. R. Secretary 2,
I. R. Vice-President. 33 Girls' Athletic Association 4.
JANET BERL, 53 Wilmington Street, H. R. 3035 H. R. Secretary 45 Bowling 3, Jr. Choir, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4.
JOYCE BILLS, 60 Parce Avenue, Fairport, H. R. 715 Office Aid 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 35 Riding 23
B I' 3.
ow mg FRANKLIN W. BISHOP, 270 Mt. Vernon Avenue, H. R. 325g Photography 3, Treasurer 3.
, JULIUS BITENSKY, 133 Shepherd Street, H. R. 71.
LUCILLE BLANDA, 256 Mulberry Street, H. R. 333.
R' HELEN BLOOM, 179 Berkeley Street, H. R. 1253 Gym Attendance 4, Monroe Life 1, 2, 3, 4, Monrolog 4g Basketball 1, 2
Volleyball: French Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary.
BRUCE BOATMAN, 167 Averill Avenue, H. R. 71g Bowling 3, 4.
JACK BOLINDER, 29 Comfort Street, H. R. 1295 National Honor Society 4.
WILLIAM BOULAY, 175 Pearl Street, H. R. 333.
BARA BOYLAN, Greystone Farms, H. R. 3333 Bookshelf lg Jr. Corps lg Jr. Latin Club 1, 2g Leadership 3, 43 Bridge Club 3, 45
seball 1: Swimming 1, 2, 4.
DOROTHY BRAIMAN, 42 Burwell Road, H. R. 1293 French Honor Society 4, Senior Leadership 3g Bridge Club 3, 4: Base-
ball 3, 43 Swimming 4-g Volleyball 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4g Radio Workshop 4g Monrolog 45 Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, H. R.
Pr 'd t 4.
em en ANN BRODERICK, 117 Rossiter Road, H. R. 719 Volleyball 33 Baseball 3, 43 Stage Craft 4.
BARBARA LEE BRODY, 158 Crossman Terrace, H. R. 325, Bridge 4, Jr. Corps 15 Art Club 3, 4.
ROBERT BROWNYARD, 72 Benton Street, H. R. 103.
VIOLET BRUNZEL, 853 Meigs Street, H. R. 269, Basketball 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Oflice Messenger 3.
DOLORES LEE BURCH, 564 Averill Avenue, H. R. 129, H. R. Secretary 1, H. R. Vice-President 2, 3, Basketball 3, 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Orchestra 1, Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 4, School Attendance 4, Soccer 4, Swimming 4, Jr. Choir 1
ROBERT BURNHAM, 51 Castlebar Road, H. R. 125, Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President of Student Association 4
Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, National Honor SocietyI'3. 4: Harvard Book Award.
KEITH CAMPBELL, 1266
BETTY BUSHROE, 16 Belmont Street, H. R. 269, Vice-President H. R. 1, 4, Jr. Choir 1, 2, Bridge Clu
4, French Honor Society 3, 4.
INESERT F. BUSSE, 127 Oakland Street, H. R. 336, Outside Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4, Lt. Captai
3, aptain 4.
Park Avenue, H. R. 333, Delta Hi-Y 3, 4, President 3, 4, Greenhouse 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3.
JAMES CAUSEY, 36 Paul Place, H. R. 336, Audio-Visual Aid 2, Wrestling 2, 3.
COHEN, 42 Rosedale Street, H. R. 125
RAYLA COHEN, 360 Westminster Road, H. R. 71, Book Store: I, 2, School Office 4, Discussion Grouj
2, 3, Book Shelf 1, 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 4, Swimming 4, National Honor Society 3, 4.
HAINCYILCOMERY, 87 Beverly Street, H. R. 269, Basketball 2, Vice-President H. R. 4, Secretar'
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Honor Society 3, 4.
JOHN CRONE, 261 Meigs Street, H. R. 125, H. R. Vice-President, Bookshelf Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 2, I
Spanish Club 2.
ARNOLD CROWDER, 27M Hickory Street, H. R. 334, Kappa Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3.
RUTH CULVER, 132 Comfort Street, H. R. 269, Sr. Choir 1, 2, 3, Bookshelf 1, Monroe Li
Representative 2, 3, 4. 14
lERALD CUSHING, 735 Harvard Street, H. R. 336, Audio-Visual Aid 2. 3: Stage Craft 3, 4.
CHRISTOPHER D'AMANDA, 1045 Harvard Street, H. R. 271: Baseball 3.
ELIZABETH DANIELS, 195 University Avenue. H. R. 333. y
LARRY DAY, 417 Averill Avenue, H. R. 129: Track 2.13. 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4.
LAURA DEL MONTE, 55 Averill Avenue. H. R. 71, H. R. President 1, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Typing Editor Monrolog 4: Leadership Club 3, Secretary, Presidentfs Forum 4,
Secretary, Mr. Carver 3.
YVELYN DEMING, 670 Linden Street, H. R. 303, H. R. President 1, Sr. Choir 2. 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2, Stage Craft 1, 2, 3,
flonroe Life 3.
IRENE DOBBERTIN, 25 Comfort St., H. R. 271, Bookshelf 1, 2, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Modeling Club 3, Jr. Corps 1, Dancing
Club 2, Red Cross Club 3, Monrolog 4, Discussion Club 4, Bowling Club'4.
JAMES DOBYNS, 26 Broadway, H. R. 129.
ROSALIE E. DOUGHERTY, 208 Milburn Street, H. R. 325, Gym Attendance 3, 4, Office Aid 4, Jr.
Corps 1, Basketball 2, Bookshelf 1, Swimming 1, Riding Club 1, 2, 3, Radio Club 4.
NEIL DREHER, 29 Herkimer Street, H. R. 71, Wrestling 3, 4.
BERT J. DREXLER. 27 Harlem Street, H. R. 129, Swimming 3, 4, Photography Club 3, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
BETTY DUMBLETON, 353 Culver Road, H. R. 271.
JEROLD DUNN, 1270 Park Avenue, H. R. 225, H. R. Basketball 2.
JOAN E. DURFEE, 75 Oxford Street. H. R. 336, H. R. Secretary 4, Jr. French Club 1, Bridge 3, 4,
Volleyball 3, 4, Monrolog 4, Library 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, French Honor Society 3, 4, Senior
PATRICIA DWORSKI, 136 Vassar Street, H. R. 125, H. R. Secretary 1, Ofhee Aid 3, Monroe
Life 3, Record Music Program 3, 4, Leadership Club 3, 4, President 3, Jr. Latin Club 1, Pencil
Pushers 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, National Honor Society 3, 4.
RONALD DWORSKY, 1009 Harvard Street, H. R. 2693 H. R. Vice-President 13 Jr. French Club 13 Bridge Club 3, 43 Adelphians
3, 4g Radio Workshop 43 Publicity Chairman Sr. French Club 43 H. R. President 4.
BARBARA DYKES, 294 Meigs Street, H. R. 303.
THOMAS EICHELBERGER, 11 Lakeview Park, H. R. 3362 Audio-Visual Aid 2, 3g Photograph 33 Stage Craf'
LAWRENCE ELLINWOOD, 2 Goodger Park, H. R. 1023 Kappa Hi-Y 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Cross Country 3
BARBARA EPSTEIN, 24 Thayer Street, H. R. 2711 Bookstore 1, 2, 3, 43 Kaleidoscope, Editou
Riding 1, 23 Volleyball 3, 43 Pencil Pushers 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4g Swimming 23 Bridge Club 3
Discussion Club 2, 33 French Honor Society 4.
EVELYN EPSTEIN, 77 Vassar Street, H. R. 3343 Basketball 3.
ROBERT FABRIS, 1889 Elmwood Avenue, H. R. 125.
LUCILLE EMMA FAGAN, West Henrietta. New York, H. R. 2712 Attendance Gym 33 Bowling 43 Sr. Choir 2, 3,
RUTH FALZONE, 290 Hamilton Street, H. R. 3253 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 43 Swimming 3, 4g Miss Camero:
Office 3, 4g Nurse's Office 2, 3.
JOHN FERSTEAD, 286 Field Street, H. R. 3332 Alpha Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 33 Sr. Choir 2,
Jr. Choir 1.
HELEN FLIEGER, 27 Elmhurst Street, H. R. 2692 Swimming 1.
BEVERLY FOTCH, 890 Clinton Avenue South, H. R. 3031 Office Aid 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1.
PHYLLIS FOX, 53 Pinnacle Road, H. R. 125.
BERNARD FRANK, 833 Elmwood Avenue, H. R. 2693 H. R. Vice-President 13 Jr. Latin Club 13 Ra
Workshop 4, President 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 4. I
MARY ANNA FRIEDERICH, 629 Broadway, H. R. 713 Bridge Glub 2, 33 French Honor Socl
2, 3, 4, President 4g Pencil Pushers 33 Bookshelf 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3,43 Choir 2, 3, 4:
Leadership 33 Jr. French Club 13 Monrolog 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Sr. Custodian of
Flag 43 Dumas French Award.
lUFUS FULREADER, Fairport Road, E. Rochester, H. R. 271, H. R. 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Tennis
, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Visual Aid Corps 3.
IRENE GAGNON, 459 Averill Avenue, H. R. 102, Jr. Corps 1,
MYRON GARSENSTEIN, 221 Canterbury Road, H
HEIDI GENHART, 350 Cobbs Hill Drive, H. 3, 4, Leadership 3, Monrolog
Stall' 4, Baseball 2, Volleyball 4, Record Music Society 3, 4.
RAYMOND GERHARD, 75 Savannah and Stream Club 3, 4.
'EGGY GEYER, 59M Brighton Street, H. R. 129.
NANCY V. GIBBS, 183 Culver Road, H. R. 271, Swimming l, Bookshelf 1, Stagecraft. 1.
LEONARD GIDLOW, 56 Benton Street, H. R. 334, Kappa Hi-Y 4, Field and Stream Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
NATALIE GITELMAN, 769 Harvard Street, H. R. 71, French Honor Society 4, Leadership Club 3, 4,
Choir 2, 3, French Club President 1, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Workshop 4.
EILEAN GLABERMAN, 181 Rosedale Street, H. R. 334, Bowling Club 3, Nurse's Ollice 3,
Jr. Corps 1, Leader's Group 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Radio Workshop 4, Bookshelf 1, Office Aid 2.
ARY JANE GLITCH, 274 Benton Street, H. R. 334, H. R. Secretary 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 3, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Monrolog 4,
SHIRLEY GOEBEL, 1214 Clinton Avenue South, H. R. 336, H. R. Secretary 2, Office Messenger 1, Jr. Corps 1, Sr. Leader-
ship 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA GOETZ, 42 Paul Place, H. R. 125.
ARNOLD GOLDMAN, 178 Vassar Street, H. R. 333, Adelphians 3, 4, H. R. Vice-President 1, Monroe
Life 3, 4, Monrolog 4, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4.
JIEIDY GOLDMAN, 253 Alexander Street, H. R. 269, Jr. Corps 1, Sr. Latin Club 3, Sr. Leader-
s ip 4.
ELIZABETH GOODLEIN, 39 Nicholson Street, H. R. 269: Ollice Aid 43 Swimming 3.
MORTON GOODMAN, 136 Edgerton Street, H. R. 129g H. R. President 13 Radio Workshop 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchest
1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3.
DAVID GOODWIN, 1341 Mount Hope Avenue, H. R. 3253 President of Student Association 43 Class President
H. R. President 4g Beta Hi-Y 3, 45 Social Chairman 4, Field and Stream Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, H. l
Basketball 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3g Bookroom Aid 2, 3.
JAMES W. GRAVES, 1049 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 269, Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Bookshelf 1, 2, Monroe Life 3,
Jr. Standard Bearer 1g National Honor Society 3, 4.
SUZANNE GRAY, Honeoye Falls, N. Y., H. R. 3365 H. R. Secretary 2, Office Aid 33 Badmints
3, 45 Social Dancing 2, 3, 43 Sr. Choir 3, 4.
ROGER H. GREEN, 34 Gordon Park, H. R. 2693 Corridor Patrol 1, 2g Wrestling 1.
JERRY GREENFIELD, 1011 Harvard Street, H. R. 3345 Adelphians 3, 4, Secretary 4, H. R. President 4, Ping-pong C11
1, 2, 3, 4, Brid e Club 3, 45 Fencing Club 35 Latin Club 1. '
JOYCE F. GRESENS, 514- Westfield Street, H. R. 129.
WALTER GRUNER, 85 East Boulevard, H. R. 2715 Swimming 43 Skating and Skiing Club 45 Visual A
'MARJORIE HAAG, 160 Norman Road, H. R. 333.
GEORGE HAERING, 226 Linden Street, H. R. 129.
EMMA JEAN HAGEN, 26 Medfield Drive, H. R. 303. '
JAMES HALL, 11 Canfield Place, H. R. 3253 Field and Stream Club 3, 4.
ELEANOR HAMANN, 11 Marjorie Court, H. R. 2715 Basketball 43 Volleyball 43 Badminton 45 Soccer
PHYLLIS L. HAMMOND, 21 Buckingham Street, H. R. 3253 Baseball 2, Bowling 25 Sr. Cho
1, 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH HARDING, 21 Darwin Street, H. R. 271, H. R. Secretary 3, Office Aid 3, 4, Monrolog 4, Choir 3, 4, Bridge Club 3,
Jr. Corps 1, Jr. Choir 1, Swimming 2.
MADELINE HARTLEBEN, 35 Bly Street, H. R. 336, Volleyball 1, Oflice Aid 3, Sr. Choir 3.
JULIAN PHILLIP HEICKLEN, 202 Vassar Street, H. R. 271, H. R. Vice-President 3, Adelphians 3, 4, Secretary 3,
President 4, Radio Worksholg 4.
PATRICIA HEL , 29 Richard Street, H. R. 303, Tri-Y 4, Volleyball 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Bowling 4.
MARY HENRY, 6 Hawthorn Street, H. R. 334, H. R. Secretary 2, 3, Choir 3, 4, Baseball 3,
Bridge Club 3, Basketball 2, Jr. Corps 2, French Honor Society 3, 4, Monrolog 4.
PATRICIA HOESTEREY, 1183 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 269, H. R. President 1, Jr. Corps 1, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleadin 3, 4.
THOMAS HOHMAN,qVIiddle Road, Henrietta, N. Y., H. R. 333, Audio-Visual Aid Cor s 3.
JAMES W. HUDSON, 243 Rosedale Street, H. R. 336, H. R. President 4, Class Qfice-President 2, Class President 4,
Field and Stream 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, National Honor Society 3, 4.
ROSE MARIE HUSNEY, 30 Faraday Street, H. R. 271, Jr. and Sr. Choir 1, 2, 3,4, Pencil Pushers 3, 4, Jr.
Corps 1, Volleyball 2, Sr. Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Audio-Visual Aid Cor s 3, 4, Secretary 4.
LAURA ANN HUTCHINSON, 49 Rowley Street, H. R. 333, H. R. Vice-President 1, H. R. Secre-
tary 3, Attendance in Girls' Gym 3, Audio-Visual Aid Corps 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Traffic Manager
4, Stage Craft 1, 2. v
NET INGRAHAM, 52 Asbury Street, H. R. 336, Zeta Tri-Y 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choir 1, Sr. Choir 2, 3.
PRUDENCE INGRASSIA, 48 Ward Street, H. R. 325, Basketball 1, Baseball 3, Choir 1, Nurse's Office 3, 4, Miss Cameron's
EUGENE W. ISAACS, 1214 Park Avenue, H. R. 271, Adelphians 3, 4, Jr. French Club 1, Bridge Club 3, Audio-
Visual Aid Corps 2, Radio Workshop 4, French Honor Society 3, 4.
LESLIE ISAACS, 210 Brunswick Street, H. R. 336, H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 3, 4, Spanish Club 2,
Baseball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Adelphians 2, 3, 4, Ping-pong 3, 4, Audio Visual Aid 1, Bridge Club 3, 4, Field
and Stream 4.
HELEN M. JOHNSON, 125 Sanford Street, H. R. 129, Swimming 4.
DORIS KALB, 26 Nicholson Street, H. R. 303: Oilice Aid 2, 3, 4, Jr. Corps 1: Dancing 1.
DELORES KATES, 20 Averill Avenue, H. R. 269.
MARCIA KAUFMAN, 261 Henrietta Street, H. R. 125, H. R. Secretary 13 Gym Attendance 43 Jr. Choir 1g S1
Choir 2, 3, 4: Jr. Corps 1, Sr. Leadership 3, President 3g Jr. Latin Club 2, Sr. Latin Club 3, Secretary 3, Bad
minton Club 3, 4: Pencil Pushers 2, 4.
DONALD KELLEY, 240 Hamilton Street, H. R. 3253 Wrestling 3, 4.
CORALEEN KERBS, 10 Wilkins Street, H. R. 333.
JOHN KERN, 325 Melville Street, H. R. 325.
MARILYN E. KESTER, Maple Street, W. Henrietta, N. Y., H. R. 336, Bowling 45 Mr. Carver's Oilice 35 Book Store 4
School Office Aid 3.
LOIS A. KLEHAMER, 17 Riverview Drive, W. Henrietta, H. R. 336, Riding 3, 4, Basketball 3, 43 Badminton E
Baseball 3. 45 Bookshelf 2, 3: Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 43 Skating Club 3, 4.
SUZANNE KLUGER, 1007 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 334, Bookshelf lg Sr. Leadership 35 Spanish Club 2, E
Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4: Radio Workshop 4, Volleyball 43 Jr. Corps 1: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2
RUSSELL KNOPE, 99 Gregory Hill Road, H. R. 269, Field and Stream Club 4.
GEORGE KOCH, 68 Benton Street, H. R. 303.
JACK KOERNER, 391 Beresford Road, H. R. 271, H. R. President 4, Field and Stream Club 4, Skating and Skiing Club 4
Soccer 45 Swimming 4.
CARL W. KOHLS, 54 Meadowbrook Road, H. R. 3343 Sr. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Workshop 4, Vice-President
Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Momolog 4g Dance Band 4, Standard Bearer 43 Steuben Award 3g National Honor Society
RITA KOMINZ, 538 Harvard Street, H. R. 3363 H. R. Social Chairman 2, 4s Book Shelf 1, 2, 33 Jr. Lati
Club 1, Volleyball 3, 43 Basketball 4: Baseball 2, 4.
SHELDON KRIEGER, 616 Hillside Avenue, H. R. 3333 Beta Hi-Y 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Soccer 1, 2, 35 Track lg Football 3.
ILORIA KROEMER, 999 Meigs St., H. R. 271, H. R. President 2, H. R. Secretary 1, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Corps 1, Treasurer 1,
lridge Club 3, President 3, Basketball 2, 3, Cheerleading 3, 4, French Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4.
CHARLES W. KUEHNE, Telephone Road, W. Henrietta, H. R. 271, Visual Aid Corps 2.
PAUL KYLE, 345 Saxton Street, H. R. 125, H. R. Vice-President. 1, 2, Book Room 2, Monrolog 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4.
HAROLD LAND, 748 Main Street East, H. R. 71.
RAYMOND A. LAWRENCE, 107 Comfort Street, H. R. 325, Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 3.
L ATALIE LEICHTNER, 96 Alliance Avenue, H. R. 271, Jr. Corps 1, Jr. French Club 1, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Craft 1, French
Hono Society 4.
r THOMAS LENNOX, 38 Shelwood Drive, H. R. 271, H. R. President 3, H. R. Vice-President 2, Monroe Life 3, Field and
l Stream Club 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Cheerleading 3, 4.
v ALICE L. LEUSCHNER, 537 Meigs Street, H. R. 336, Riding Club 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Social Dancing 3, 4, Sr.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Skating 3, 4, Miss Martin's Office Aid 3, 4.
PEARL LEVIN, 229 Dartmouth Street, H. R. 125, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4,
Tennis 3, 4, Leadership Club 4, Bookshelf 2, Bookstore 4, Main Office 4.
LILLIAN LIEBERMAN, 96 Laburnum Crescent, H. R. 333, Oilice Messenger 1, 2, 3, Mrs.
Krichbaum's Oilice 4, Jr. French Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, Jr. Corps 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, Art
Club 3, 4, President 3, Radio Workshop 4, Senior Leadership 3, 4, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3.
RRAINE LILLEY, 1579 Town Line Road, H. R. 325.
FOO LIM, 108 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 102, H. R. President 1, Visual Aid Corps 2 and. Stream 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2,
Pr 'd t 3, 4.
em en HOWARD LIPMAN, 248 Pinnacle Road, H. R. 71, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, H. R.
Vice-President 2, 4, Vice-President Alpha Hi-Y.
.EEIEOME LIPSKY, 112 Vassar Street, H. R. 303, Adelphians 2, 3, 4, H. R. Vice-President 1, Jr. Latin
FRANCES LOCKHART, 43 Nicholson Street, H. R. 269, Baseball 1.
MARY CAROLINE LOMB, 859 Meigs Street, H. R. 1255 H. R. President 25 Baseball 35 Tennis 35 Volleyball 2, 4-5 Badminton 4.
MARJORY LOUCKS, 1339 Mount Hope Avenue, H. R. 3345 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Tennis 35 Stagecraft 45 Sr
Leadership 45 Dancing Club 1, 45 Monrolog 4.
MARY LOVE, 648 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 3335 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2.
MARLYN J . LOYSEN, 53 Stewart Street, H. R. 2695 H. R. Vice-President 35 Office Aid 3, 45 Jr. Corps 1
Monroe Life Representative 15 Monroe Life 3, 4.
' DONALD MAGARIAN, 58 Milburn Street, H. R. 3035 H. R. Vice-President 35 Stage Craft 1
Jr. Latin Club 15 Monroe Life 35 Jr. Band 1, 25 Sr. Band 2.
STAMOS MAKRIDIS, 9 Marshall Street, H. R. 3035 H. R. President 45 Audio-Visual Aid 35 Track 1, 2.
MAX MANNHEIMER, 1035 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 1255 Jr. Latin Club 15 Ping-pong 2, 35 Bookshelf 15 Visual Aid Cor s 3, 4
HELEN MANTEL, 175 Edgemont Road, H. R. 3255 Volleyball 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Riding Club 3
LAWRENCE MARBLE, 298 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 125.
JANET MAE MARKS, 308 Laburnum Crescent, H. R. 715 Nurses' Aid5 Art Club 1, 2, 35 Penci
.V Pushers 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Discussion Club 4.
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GRETTA MARSHALL, 931 Park Avenue, H. R. 3345 H. R. Secretary 1, 2, 35 H. R. President 1, 35 Secretary of President's Forum
Secretar of Student Council 45 Office Aid 25 Choir 25 Baseball 35 Swimming 25 French Honor Society 3, 45 Monrolog 45 Jr. Corps
Bridge 813345 Sr. Leadership 3, 4.
IRLEY MASON, 80 Cady Street, H R. 715 Beta Tri-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Tennis 3, 45 Badminton 3, 45 Volleyball 3,
Baseball 3, 45 Sr. Choir 1, 2, 35 Nurses' Aid.
A . VICTOR MASTRANDEA, 23 Alexander Street, H. R. 3335 Art Club 4.
V ' A 1 " MARY J . MAXWELL5 49 Dorchester Road, H. R. 1025 H. R. Secretary 2.
. 2 1' WILLIAM McALPINE, 37 Castlebar Road, H. R. 3365 Camera Club 35 Jr. and Sr. Choir 2,
, Bookstore 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4.
PAUL MCCARTHY, 115 Berkeley Road, H. R. 334, Football 2, 3.
McGARVEY, 286 San Gabriel Drive, H. R. 271, International Relations Club 3, Monroe Life 2, 3, Soccer 3, 4,
RICHARD McGUIRE, 26 Paul Place, H. R. 129, Baseball 3, 4, Football 4.
HUGH McNAIR, 19 Castlebar Road, H. R. 303, Boy's Social Chairman 3, Monroe Life Stall' 3, Football
2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, Bookroom 3, 4.
BERTHA MEISEL, 308 University Park, H. R. 303, H. R. Secretary 3, Office Aid 2, Monroe
Life 3, Pencil Pushers 2, 4, Bookshelf 1, Dancing 2, Girls' Leadership Club 3, Tennis 3, Swim-
ming 3, French Honor Society 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Discussion Club 3, Kaleidoscope 3.
CAROLYN MEISENZAHL, W. Henrietta Road, H. R. 336, Bowling 3, 4, Riding 3, Baseball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Skating 3, 4, Bad-
minton 2, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Basketball 4.
1 MARLENE MELAMED, 28 Berkshire Street, H. R. 325, Bridge 3, 4, Jr. Corps 2, 3, Latin fllub 3,151-rl Riqing Club 2, 3,
' Bowling 3, Swimmin 2,,3, Monrolog Staff 3, 4 '
MARY MICRCER, 647 Linden Street, H. R. 303, Oliice Aid 3, Bowling 3. 3' f , 1' ,
GLORIA MESSINGER, 56 Berkeley Street, H. R. 336, Riding.'2l Bridge 4, Spanish Club 2, Basketball 1,
Volleyball 4, Office Aid 3, Leadership Club 3, 4. fl 'JI V, " 'K A ,- ' , ,V ' 1
PATIEICIA MILLER, 2020 S. Clinton Avenue,f .,R. 129j'Badfniht9n 2,'3,41, Bookshelf Treas-
urer . " ' N
UGENE MIRABELLA, 35 Parsells Avenue, H. R. 71.
ADELITA MOLINET, 175 Dartmouth Street, H. R. 334, Basketball 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Ping-pong 4,
gia13lYiEXIE8fhE.1V5O?I1EHOUSE, 184 Laburnum Crescent, H. R. 129, Bookshelf 1, Basketball 1, Baseball I, Volley-
, r. ou' , , .
WILLIAM MORRELL, 104 Cobbs Hill Drive, H. R. 269, Photography 3, Ping-pong Club 1, 2, 3.
DIXON MORRISON, 34 Oakland Street, H. R. 334, Ping-pong 1, French Club 4, Engineering
Club 4, Track 3, 4, French Honor Society 3, 4, International Relations Club 4.
PATRICIA MORRISON, 383 Canterbury Road, H. R. 271, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Jr. Corps 1.
DAVID B. MUNTER, 410 Westminster Road, H. R. 102.
PHYLLIS NATALE, 189 Milburn Street, H. R. 271, Guidance Ollice 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Riding Club 2, 3, 4, Bridg
Club 3, 4, Basketball 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Radio Workshop 4.
POLLY OGDEN, 380 Kilbourn Road, H. R. 333, Class President 2, H. R. Secretar 2, Secretary of Secre
taries' Forum 2, H. R. President 3, H. R. Social Chairman 4, Commissioner of Einance 4, Main Ofiic
2, 3, 4, English De artment Oflice 4, Recorded Music Program 4, Monrolog Staff 4, Cheerleading 3, 4
Jr. Corps 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2. 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4.
HELEN O'HARA, 941 Meigs Street, H. ll. 303, H. ll. Secretary 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Base
ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Sr. Leadership 3, 4, Social Chairman 4.
EMILY OLIVER, 33 Greenview, H. R. 303, H. R. Social Chairman 1, 2, Swimming l, 2, Library 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
THEODORE PARKER, 72 Azalea Road, H. R. 125.
CHARLES PAYNE, 222 Sanford Street, H. R. 333, H. ll. Presidenl. 4, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Corridor Patrol 1, Base
ball 2, Football 3, 4.
LEE PEACHEY, 197 South Goodman Street, H. I1. 7l , ll. ll. President 1, 2, Jr. Latin Club 1, 2, Treasure
1, President 2, Kap a Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4
Soccer 304' at'onS1 Honor Society 3, 4, Monrolog 4, Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4
V155 PFLUKE, 969 Monroe Avenue, ll. li. I25, Kappa Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Vice-President
v4Qx'kFBIlC1l'l 3 r ident 3, Field and Stream l, 2, 3, 4.
PFLUKE, 465 Meigs Street, H. R. 269, Beta Chi-Y 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Riding Club 4, Skatinl
Club 3, 4.
ROBERT PHILLIPS, 12 Sibley Place, H. R. 269.
GEMMA PICCIOTTI, 249 Culver Road, H. R. 271, H. R. Secretary 1, Bridge Club 3, 4, Jr. Corps 1, Jr. Choir 1
Sr. Leadership 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3, 4.
AUDREY PILLING, 28 Palisade Park, H. R. 325, Office Aid 2, 3, Radio Workshop 4, Jr. Latin Club l
Sr. Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Social Chairman 3, Sr. Leadership 3.
JERRY PINGLETON, 241 Linden Street, H. R. 102.
F. JACKSON PIOTROVV, 1100 South Goodman Street, H. R. 3365 H. R. Vice-President 45 Track 2, 35 Bowlin 3, 45 Tennis 45 Dra-
matics 3, 45 Monroe Life 3, 4-5 Sr. Orchestra 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. T
EUGENE B. POSHVA, 643 Linden Street, H. R. 3255 H. R. Vice-President5 Stage Craft 2, 3, 45 Clloir 3, 45 Bookshelf 4.
LLOYD PREDMORE, 147 Hillside Avenue, H. R. 715 Audio-Visual Aid 1, 2, President 25 S imming 15 Monrolog.
FRANK PRESCOTT, 42 Manhattan Street, H. R. 130.
LORRAINE PUTZIG, 1978 South Avenue, H. R. 3335 Monroe Life 35 K eidoscope 3, Editor 35
1 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Badminton 45 National onor Society 3, 4.
DAVID J. RAMSAY, 21 Thayer Street, H. R. 2695 H. R. Secretary 15 Art Club 3, 45 Stage Craft 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHYLLIS M. RAZ, 14 Audobon Street, H. R. 1025 Gym Attendance 3, 45 Bookstore 2, 3, 45 Jr. French Club 1, 25 Sr. Leader-
ship 45 Ping-gong 3.
E. RACE REED, 507 Averill Avenue, H. R. 2715 H. R. Secretary 35 Bookshelf 3, 4, President 45 Monroe Life 3, 45
Volleyball 35 Badminton 3, 4.
ARTHUR W. REINHARDT, 246 Mulberry Street, H. R. 3255 Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 45 Fire Patrol 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHY RENNER, 79 Raleigh Street, H!'R. 1295 Basketball 45 aseball 35 Volleyball 45
Bookshelf 15 Bowling 2, 35 Sr. Choir 3, 45 French Honor Society 3, 4, V ce-President 45 National
Honor Society 3, 4.
AMES RILEY, 157 Milburn Street, H. R. 71.
DANIEL RITZEL, 655 Clinton Avenue South, H. R. 3035 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4.
SORELIE SOEKOFF, 552 Harvard Street, H. R. 1295 H. R. President 25 Volleyball 3, 45 Baseball 35 Bookshelf
1, 25 Latin lu 1.
JEAN RONDASH, 117 Averill Avenue, H. R. 3035 H. R. Vice-President 25 Jr. Choir 15 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 45
Bookshelf l, 25 Jr. Corps 15 Swimming 15 Dancing 15 Volleyball 45 Bowling 45 National Honor Society 3. 4.
HERBERT ROSENBLATT. 152 Milburn Street, H. R. 125: H. R. Secretary 2, 45 Reserve
Basketball Manager 25 Football Manager 25 Basketball Manager 35 Jr. Latin Club 15 Sr. Latin
Club 25 Jr. Orchestra 15 Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Sr. Band 2, 3. 45 Monroe Life 3.
JOAN ROSENBLOOM, 273 Brunswick Street, H. R. 125, Jr. Corps 1, Jr. Latin Club 1, Baseball 23 Basketball 3, 4, Bridge Club El
Monroe Life 4. -
MURRAY ROSENTHAL, 252 Brunswick Street, H. R. 336, Pencil Pushers 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, International Relation
Club 4, Audio-Visual Aide 2, 3, 4, Book Store 2, 3, 4, Monroe Life 3, National Honor Society 3.
HARRY ROSS, 1437 South Avenue, H. R. 303, Kappa Hi-Y 1, Audio-Visual Aide 2.
DAVID ROYCE, R. D. 2, Lake Road, Williamson, H. R. 125, Pencil Pushers 1, 2, 3, 4, Fencing Club 3
Bridge Club 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Latin Club 1, Kaleidoscope 3, Monrolog 4, Monroe Lil
1, 2, 3, 4, Music Listening Program 4.
SANDRA DORIS RUBEN, 71 Rutgers Street, H. R. 325, Pencil Pushers 3, 4, Volleyball 2, El
Swimming 2, Riding 2, Basketball 2, Bookstore 3, Honor Guard 2, English Department Ollice 4
Monrolog 4, Monroe Life 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY RYERSE, 15 Savannah Street, H. R. 271, Volleyball 4, Baseball 4, Basketball 4, Bowling Club 4.
BERNARD A. SABERNICK, 43 Comfort Street, H. R. 336, Safety Patrol 1, 2, 4.
ROBERT ST. J OHN , 46 Pavilion Street, H. R. 334.
NAOMI SCHAF T, 61 Westminster Road, H. R. 334, Bookstore 2, Jr. Choir 1, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Philharmoni.
Club 2 , Radio Workshop 4.
ELINORE R. SCHLEGEL, 159 Crawford Street, H. R. 102, H. R. Secretary 2, Girls' Gyn
Attendance 4, Sr. Latin Club 3, Vice-President 3, Jr.'Corps 1, Volleyball 3, 4, Badminton 2
Tennis 3, 4, Bookshelf 4.
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DORIS SCHULTZ, West Henrietta Road, Henrietta, N. Y., H. R. 325.
SHIRLEY SCHWARTZ, 680 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 102, Pencil Pushers 1, Volleyball 4, Monroe Life 2, 3.
EEVERLXQ SCOTT, 568 Harvard Street, H. R. 336, Jr. French Club 1, Art Club 3, Volleyball 3, French Hond
ociety 3, .
ROSEMARY SEELBINDER, 64 Rosedale Street, H. R. 336: H. R. President 3, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Stag
graft 2, Bridge Club 3, Jr. Corps 1, Baseball 3, Monrolog 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, French Hon
ociety 3, 4.
.LQAN SHAMUS, 12 Shephard Street, H. R. 333, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Jr. Corps 1, Basketball 3, Bas
al 3, 4.
VIELVIN SHESTACK, 941 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 125, Adelphians, Kaleidoscope 3, Monroe life 3, 4, Editor 4, Monrolog 4.
ROSALIND SHULMAN, 331 Field Street, H. R. 303, French Honor Society 3, 4, French Club 1, Jr. Corps 1, .Monroe Life
3, Gym Attendance 3, 4.
JOAN SHULTZ, West Henrietta Road, Henrietta, H. R. 102.
IEPEQLD SILVERBERG, 1026 Harvard Street, H. R. 102, Spanish Club 2, International Relations
RICHARD SIMONS, 576 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 334, Jr. Latin Club 1, Visual Aid 2, Ping-pong
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, Manager 4.
PETER SIVERSON, 33 Upton Park, H. R. 71, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
SPERO SKARLATOS, 512 Rockingham Street, H. R. 334, Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, Football 2, 3, 4.
gAgBiXRiA SMITH, 1008 Harvard Street, H. R. 325, Swimming 2, Volleyball 2, Jr. Choir 1, Monrolog 4, Secretary
DAYTON SMITH, 124 George Street, H. R. 122, Field and Stream 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Secretar 4.
ESTELLE JEANNE SMITH, 194 Field Street, H. R. 333, Red Cross Club 1, Sr. Choir 1, 2,
Bookshelf 1, Baseball 1, 3.
OBERT SPENCER, 11 Pinnard Street, H. R. 334, H. R. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Ping-pong Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1.
SHIRLEY STAM, 5 Castlebar Road, H. R. 334, H. R. President 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Pmg-pong 4, Soccer 4.
EDYTHE JOYCE STARLING, 203 Cypress Street. H. R. 333, Art Club 4, Monrolog 4, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Badminton 2, Baby Sitters' Club 4.
JOYCE STEARNS, 15 Nelson Street, H. R. 325, Zeta Tri-Y 2, Oflice Aid 3, Guidance Ofiice 4.
HARVEY STILES, 178 Field Street, H. R. 303.
RICHARD STOKES, 59 Hartsen Street, H. R. 303.
MARION STOLLER, 373 Park Avenue, H. R. 3253 Girls' Gym, Attendance and Keyboard l, 3, 49 Monrolog 4.
EDWARD STURM, 173 Rodessa Road, H. R. 102, Beta Hi-Y 3, 43 H. R. Vice-President 4, Boys' Social Chairman
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 4.
BARBARA SWIFT, 661 Highland Avenue, H. R. 3363 Sr. Leadership 3.
KATHLEEN SWIFT, 2040 East Henrietta Road, H. R. 3035 H. Il. Secretary 13 Jr. Choir 1,
Sr. Choir 3, 43 Bowling 4.
THOMAS TABER, 615W Clinton Avenue South, H. R. 303: Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, H. R. Prosiclent 2, II. R. Vice-President 4, Track 1, I
3, 43 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Monroe Life 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 3, Monrolog 4.
ELEANOR TERRY, 697 Clinton Avenue South, H. R. 1253 H. R. President 2, Class Secretary 2: Girls' Social Chairman I
Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3. -
JEAN .ANN TESCH, 120 Beaufort Street, H. R. 102, Beta Chi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 43 Vo-lleyhall-4, Riding Clubl
Baseball 43 Dancing Club 1, Basketball 4g Bowling 4.
MARY THOMAS, 60 South Street, H. R. 333, Il. Ii. Secraetary 2, 4: Bookshelf 2, Sr. Leadership 3, 1
Monroe Life Stall' 3, 4, Monrolog 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4: liaskcthull 2, 3, 4.
CAMILLA TIDOR, 84 Hinsdale Street, ll. R. 303, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 49 Swin
ming 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4: Sr. I.c:ml4:rship 3, French Honor Society 4.
ORTHA TOMPKINS, 105 Asbury Street, H. R. 1253 Badminton 3, Tennis 3.
ANN K. TRAYNOR, 364 Barrington Street, H. R. 102, Office Aid 2, Bookshelf 1, 2: Jr. Latin Club 1: Bookstore 2, 3,
Bridge Club 3, 4, Pencil Pushers 3, 4, Jr. Corps 13 Sr. Leadership 3, 43 Basketball 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Monrolog 4.
JANE TREIBER, 72 Oakland Street, H. R. 325, Volleyball 1, 2.
JAMES TYSON, 101 Laburnum Crescent, H. R. 102, Jr. Choir 1, Sr. Choir 23 Stage Craft 1, 2, 3, 4.
HELEN VALCORE, 210 Griffith Street, H. R. 102, Sr. Choir 3, Baseball 2.
IOSLYN VICK, 12 Laburnum Crescent, H. R. 271, Jr. Corps 1, Bridge Club 3, Badminton Club 3, French Club 1, 2, Ping-pong 3.
WALLACE VON ARX, 49 Vick Park A, H. R. 333, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, H. R. President 2, H. R. Vice-President 4.
JANET A. WAGNER, 55 Luzerne Street, H. R. 102, Beta Chi Tri-Y 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball
3, 4, Sr. Leadershi 3.
DOROTHY WALSH, 98 Harper Street, H. R. 71.
VIRGINIA WEEGAR, 145 Crittenden Boulevard, H. R. 325, H. R. President 3, H. R. Vice-
President 4, English Department Office 3, 4, Baseball 2, Cheerleading 4.
SITA DAWN WEEKES, 66 Henrietta Street, H. R. 102, Beta Chi Tri-Y 3, 4, Sr. Choir 4, Volleyball 4, Bowling Club 4, Dancing
, DONALD WHITE, 28 Pearl Street, H. R. 271, H. R. Basketball 2, 3, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, Dance Band 4.
THOMAS WILLIAMS, 256 Pinnacle Road, H. R. 269, Baseball 3, H. R. Basketball 4.
EDWARD WILLISON, 81 Poplar Street, H. R. 334, Football 3, Baseball 2.
ELINOR WILSON, 57 Asbury Street, H. R. 334, Office Aid 1, Swimming 2, 4, Bridge Club 4,
Senior Leadership Club 4, French Honor Society 3, 4.
ANCY WITZEL, 163V2 Mt. Vernon Avenue, H. R. 336, H. R. Vice-President 1, Stage Craft 1, 2, Jr. Corps 1, Latin Club 1, Swim-
' g 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Volleyball 3, 4, Soccer 3, Tennis 2.
ROBERT WOLFE, 962 Monroe Avenue, H. R. 125, Soccer 3,4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, H. R. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra 2, 3.
HAROLD WOOD, 205 Henrietta Street, H. R. 129.
ANNE WOODAMS, 785 South Avenue, H. R. 71, Beta Tri-Y 2, 3, H. R. Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Ollice Aid
2, 4, Mr. Carver's Olfice 4, Monroe Life 3, 4, Bridge Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Social Chairman 4, Jr.
Corps 1, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 4, National Honor Society 3, 4.
JAY WOODS, 113 Ayer Street, H. R. 269, Basketball 4.
SALLY YAEGER, 59 Castlebar Road, H. R. 1295 H. H. Vice-President 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming 1, 2, 35 Soccer 45 Girls' Atl
letic Association, President 45 Jr. Corps, President 1.
JAMES YATES, 240 Culver Road, H. R. 3255 Swimming 4, Wrestling 2, 4.
JOYCE YOUNG, 7 Probert Street, H. R. 269g Oilice Aid 33 Swimming 3, 4, Baseball 43 Soccer 4.
RICHARD ZOBEL, 285 Field Street, H. R. 334, Beta Hi-Y, Treasurer 3, 4, Football 15 Bookroom E
CHARLES ZORSCH, J R., 69 Dorking Road, H. R. 325, H. Pm. Secretary 3g Photography S
W in , NW Y V l ,KQ31idance C9uncil,3:,Audio-Visual Aid 2. 3. 4. . . L - H . --.-.---.---.-
ANN KAY LIPSKY, 968 Harvard Street, H. ll. 3039
Basketball 25 French Club 33 Latin Club 3: Swimming 1:
Alpha Kappa Tri-Y 4.
NORMAN RUBENS. 244 Barrington Street. l-I. ll. 269g
H. ll. President, 2.
ROBERT BLAKE, 269 Broadway, H. R. 71.
STUART HOFFMAN, 39 Engle Place, H. ll. 334.
MARTIN SILBER, 18 Crosman Terrace, H. R. 365-A.
First Row: Margie Monroe. Second Row: Guardians-Dorothy Braiman, Marcia Kaufman, Miss
Lamoree, Natalie Gitelman, Janet Marks.
Waldrew Pinehell and the latest news
w.n.H.5, This is station W MH S, presenting
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'Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. North and South America and all the ships
in space. Let's go to press.
. . . Uranium is reported on the planet, Mars, discovered by scientists Mur-
ray Rosenthal, Julian Heicklen and ,lack Bolinder, members of Admiral
James Graves' special exploration party. Admiral Grave's ship, by the way,
is piloted by the famous spaciator, Anne Woodams.
. . . Supreme Court deadlock on the Koerner-Lennox Educational Act was
broken today when Chief Justice Arnold Goldman voted in agreement with
Judges John Crone. Robert Burnham, .lerry Greenfield, and Eugene Isaacs.
. . . Gloria Kroemer and Jack Piotrow will be in New York City next
a week to open in Tom Taber's new show, Remember When. Your reporter
' Dworski Drama Award.
hears that the sets by Rosemary Seelbinder and Janet Mae Marks, and the
costumes by Bev Scott and Natalie Leichtner are the best of the year. Good
,NST luck, Gloria, Jack, and Tom! You're our candidates for the 1974- Pa-tricia
" ,NI S . . . Tillie Peachey, daughter of engineer Lee Peachey and Polly Ogden
1,,,q,,,,,,,, Peachey, will announce her engagement to Billie Sturm, son of Senator
Ed Sturm, sometime this month.
. . . Flash to MONROE LIFE, Rochester, New York. Monroe's principal,
Sandra Ruben, will soon announce the new department heads! In the girls'
gym department will be Mary Jo Beach and Camilla Tidor. Bob Krieger
and Ed Willison will be the new basketball and football coaches. The his-
tory department will be headed by Gretta Marshallg English, Barbara
. . . News comes from the moon that the Earth Airship Line, owned by
business tycoons David Munter and Bernard Frank, is now completely
-MINIVERO V40 "
B' . . . The American Medical Association met last Monday to elect .new
f, oflicers. They are David Goodwin, Presidentg Howard Lipman, Vice-Presi-
0 dent, Rayla Cohen, Treasurer, Shirley Stam, Secretary. The Convention
A 5' met in Dorothy Braim-an's recently opened Ritz Club.
' . . . "Miracle of Graduationn, playboy Hugh McNair's prize race horse,
1, has been cured of his rare disease by world famous veterinarians, Lorraine
X Putzig and Foo Lim.
ki T . . Wall Street-Four secretaries eloped yesterday, with their multi-
' ms MMA million-aire bosses. The happy couples are: Laura Del Monte and Vander-
bilt VIII, ,loan Rosenbloom and Morgan Van Astor VI, ,lean Rondash and
Waldorf Ritz XIV, and Helen O'Hara and Rockefeller IX. ,, Q,
. . . Flash-JOURNAL cartoonists Mel Shestack and David Royce, are A X,
enjoying a short stay at Bellevue Hospital, New York City, under the care ,gs gsm
of head nurses Eleanor Terry and Joan Shultz. They are sending daily Q
cartoons to editor Helen Bloom, by micro-film, since no one is allowed in- 5kSy9 f,
side their cells. , :li
. . . Mary Henry's new television show, "Beulah and Andy", is turning "" I' Mt: 'We'
out to be quite a success, according to her publicity manager, Herb Rosen-
blatt, even with "A Day in the Life of Jim Hudson" broadcasting at'the
If ,Q -as same time on another network.
. . . Two thousand people attended Heidi Genhart's concert 'last night, but
,I J fashion critics paid attention to Miss Virginia Weegar in her latest Melamed
A . . . Coach Sally Yaeger tells me her "Lanky Ladiesi' are in trim and
'J' ready to meet Greta Bergh's basketball champions, the L'Willowy Wonders"
N .ggwigaufsgrg at Madison Square Garden next month.
. . .' With final congratulations to Monroe High School on its fiftieth an-
niversary, I remain your WMHS correspondent,
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9. Growing up. 10. Mary Anna and Dee. 11. Happy little morons. 12. Peekaboo. 13. Young Lujack. 14. Beta boys.
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ELEVENTH GRADE OFFI-
CERS-D. Anderson. Presidentg
J. Townsend. Girls' Social chair- ,
mang B. Ogden, Secretaryg N. l --
Abernathy, Vice-Presidentg W.
Mcllrath, Boys' Social Chairman.
Standing: J. Hudson, L. Zelter, D. Bowen, N. Ogden, R. Mason, M. J. Beach
H. Rosenhlatt, H. Lipman, D. Anderson. Sfated: G. Marshall, D. Goodwin
R. Burnham, A. Woodams, P. Ogden, J. Townsend, M. Henry.
The Student Council includes an elected President, Vice-President, and Secretaryg
the elected Presidents of each grade, the Commissioners of Social Welfare, Finance,
Athletics, Safety, two Red Cross representatives, and the Editor of Monroe Life.
The Council plans social events and drives, discusses various problems of the stu-
dent body, and tries to keep a close contact with both students and rfaculty.
The Presidents' Forum consists of the home room Presidents of every grade. The
President of the Student Association presides at the meetings, where topics such as
dances, fund raising campigns, and other school activities are discussed. It is one
of the most democratic groups in our student government, since all students may
present ideas through the home room Presidents. l
zrst row. G. Munter, R. Turk, M. Shestack, R. Dworsky, P. Necaster, L. Del Monte, D. Goodwin,
. Zeitvogel, P. Chasey, R.' Altman, H. Wilinsky, J. Fogel, J. Biben. P. Fewster. Second row:
. Carter, N. Platt, D. Miller, R. Hudnut, Mr. Rypma, D. Bowen, R. Smith, F. Prescott, J. Serhu,
. Braiman. P. Van Horn, W. Hamilton. C. Cohen. Third raw: J. Greenfield, C. Payne. R.
ldrich, D. Colegrove, E. Bickford, R. Mason, J. Koerner, J. Hudson, J. Baker, W. Myers, R.
erdych. Absent from picture: A. Bellucci, D. Bellucci, J. Brayer. R. Griswold, S. Makridis, R.
arasco, R. McCanne, R. Nesbitt, M. Slotoroff, P. Sullivan.
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TENTH GRADE OFFI-
CERS-Smnding: B. Cady
Secretaryg R. Holcomb
Girls' Social Chairman
Seated: M. McDonald
Vice-Presidentg J. Peck,
Boys' Social Chairmang
D. Bowen, President.
Junior Standard Bearer: Wil-
liam Lane. Junior Custodian
of the Flag: Francesca de
EIGHTH GRADE OFFI-
CERS-Standing: T. Foran
Vice-Presidentg D. Altman
Presidentg J. Miller, Sec-
retary. Seated: P. Bush
Boys' Social Chairman, Nl:
Slote, Girls' Social Chairman.
NINTH GRADE OFFICER
-Standing: P. Lauterbacl
Vice-presidentg R. Hun
Boys' Social Chairmar
Seated: N. Ogden, President
S. Messersmith, Girls' Soci:
Chairman. Absent from pit
lure: N. Rush, Secretary.
First row: M. Beck. S. Messersmith, M. Meyer. E. Penrose. D. Lewis,
S. Skarlatos, F. Baccus. R. Burnham, P. MacDonald. B. Bushroe, E.
Sturm, H. Lipman, S. Yeager. M. Kaufman. Second row: V. Ogden,
V. Weegar, J. Closson, M. Skarlatos, W. Gundry, N. Haldoupis, J.
Seagar, J. Mack, T. Foran, E. Rosenstein. N. Rush. S. Auer, J.
Miller. Third row: A. Aranowitz. J. Vaisey, B. Baker, N. Woerner,
A. Laney, G. Wolfanger. T. Taber, R. Rush, R. Weinstein, T. Ful-
reader, T. Williams. Abstent from picture: C. Craing N. DuFresne,
R. Friz, W. Gorst, R. Hart, S. Lee, J. Moore, S. Nusbaum, J. Piotrow,
S. Potter, W. VanArx.
The Vice-Presidents' Forum is composed of the Vice-Presidents of all the home-
rooms, and is presided over by the Vice-President of the student body. The duties
of the forum are to enforce regulations controlling the cafeteria and to encourage
leadership in main-taining the fine appearance of the school building.
The Secretaries' Forum consists of the Secretaries of the homerooms, the Student
Association Secretary, and a faculty member as advisor. The Forum sets the stan-
dards for conducting homeroom meetings, is responsible for keeping orderly home-
room minutes, and assists the Commissioner of Finance in financial matters.
First row: M. Adams, R. Pagener, N. Williams, U. Miller, B. Smith, A. Woodams, C
Kroemer, K. Korneliusen, B. Cayley, E. MacDonald, B. Tepperman, N. Taber, D. Mahle
J. Herrington. Second row: N. Comery, N. Cordot, S. Shaw, N. Dunkleberg, J. Bassett
M. Thomas, H. Crain, J. Durfee, P. Jones, B. Ogden, C. Elliott, J. Miller, B. Lawhorn,
J. Fong. Third row: J. Berl, J. Bahringer, S. Boyatzies, J. Dodge, M. Enright, D. Raker,
H. Colman, W. Richardson, J. MacDonald, J. Bendu, M. Glitch, L. Painting, J. Toole
Absent from picture: V. Astles, G. Bergh, S. Corteville, J. Cramer, L. Lewis, W. McGrath
N. Ogden, H. Polman, H. Rosenhlatt.
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The Monroe Chapter of the National Honor So-
:iety was organized in 1931, and was the first of its
rind in Rochester. The purpose of the Society is
expressed by the four cardinal objectives it up-
molds: character, scholarship, leadership, and serv-
ce . . . The Society aids in the sale of tickets for
chool activities, ushering at graduation, and show
g visitors through the school. One of the Chap-
r's special projects was the recorded music pro-
First row: N. Gitelman, D. Braiman, D. Eber, B. Meisel, Mrs. Krichbaum,
Advisorg D. Renner, Vice-President, T. Porter, R. Seelbinder, C. Tidor.
Second row: B. Bushrow, R. Shulman, W. Aslan, M. Weiss, A. Taksen,
D. Morrison, A. Traynor, T. Grimes, J. Moress, M. Henry, E. Wilson. Absent
from picture: H. Bloom, Secretaryg H. Crain, J. Durfee, P. Dworski, B.
' ' ' .'d ' W. Gerber, G. Kroemer, N. Leichtner,
Epstein, M. Frlederich, Presx ent,
C. Marshall, R. Mason, B. Scott.
The purpose of the French Honor
Society is to promote the study of
French and to further an under-
standing of the French people and
This year the Soiety provided a
dinner for French students and teach-
ers, and put on French plays. The so-
ciety also gave a Thanksgiving basket
to a needy family.
Senior Latin lub
Senior Latin Club meets Fri-
days to discuss Roman customs.
This year the club attended the
Interhigh Banquet for Latin stu-
Junior Latin Club'
Standing: A. Hall, J. Carpenter, G. Aronovitz,
Consulg H. Mayer, J. Krieger, R. Beadle, E.
Rockoff, Scriba. Seated: C. Goldman, B.
Benson. Miss Maxwell. Advisor, C. Kaufman.
N. Horn. J. Sumberg. Absent from picture:
D. Kaynor, J. Rapp, A. Werman, Consul: T.
The members of Junior La-
tin Club are eighth and ninth
Latin students who meet every
other Monday to enjoy Latin.
Standing: Miss Farlow. Advisor, M. Davis, J.
Freeman. Scribe, W. Lane. First Consul. Seated
first row: M. Levis. M. Goldman. G. Simon, T.
Sanzcl. C. Cohen. B. Harding. Seated second row:
L. Whittaker. Second Consulg M. Lipsett, Social
Chairmang C. Taksen. S. Gumer, N. Rosenberg.
Absent from picture: J. Kniff. J. McQuarrie, J.
Puls-ifcr. C. Rapp. B. Schlegel.
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The purpose of the Junior
French Club is to create fur-
ther interest in France and
the French language.
First row: J. Kerr, M. Greenhouse. C. Scorrano, W. Gerard,
Vice-Presidentg I. Friedman, Secretary-Treasurer: A. Potter,
President, M. Schwartz, Social Chairman: J. Patterson. Pro-
gram Chairmang M. Shulman, M. Wilson, R. Hesselgrave. Second
row: N. Gross, B. Cayley, H. Morrow, B. Leonard, D. Sherman,
B. Baker, M. Slote, F. Rice, B. Cordon, L. Goldberg, J. McCor-
mack, Mrs. Carter, Advisor. Absent from picture: P. DeWitte,
E. Koos, C. Lewis, S. Moscowitz, E. Turner, B. Lazarus.
Standing: N. Carter, Exchange Editorg D.
Royce, Cartoonistg Hillel Gitelman, Circula-
tion Managerg Jack Piotrow, Sports Editorg
Mr. Carver, Advisor: Mary Thomas, Typing
Editor. Seated: Melvin Shestack, Features
Editorg Grace Reed. News Editorg Anne
Woodams, Editor in Chief, Jim Graves, Busi-
ness Manager. Absent from picture: H. Bloom,
Mr. Matheis, Advisor.
MONROE LIFE'S anniversary year
will undoubtedly stand out in history.
Standing: J. Rosenbloom, V. Budgen, G. Beal
R- BYOWU, A- Marsh, D. Brown, R. Turk, R
R0SCYlhl00m, J. Lowe, F. Sabey, R. McCanne
N. Abernathy, T. Grimes, A. Taksen. W
Gerber, M. Berman. Seated: T. Kaufman, A
f 1- Goldman, P. Dworski, H. Nagan, T. Taber
ff 3- D. Mag-arian, G. Munter, A. Bittker, D. Eberi
For the second successive year it was
judged best in the newspaper class for
the Rochester Public High Schools, at
a Democrat and Chronicle-Times-Union
MONROE LIFE was then honored
three-fold at the ESSPA convention in
Syracuse, winning cups for sports writ-
ing and cartooning, and a partial tui-
tion scholarship for a news story writ-
ten at the conference.
At the end of every school year,
the senior class produces the year-
book to tell the story of the school,
its students, teachers, curriculum, ac-
tivities, and sports.
Standing: L. Predmore, Advertising Manager: G. Marshall, Pub-
licity Manager: A. Goldman. Extra-Curricular Activities Editorg
T. Taber, Sports Editor: Mr. Carver, Advisorg R. Burnham,
Sponsorship Managerg M. Friederich, Senior Portraits Editor:
C. Kohls, Circulation Manager. Seated: S. Ruben, Literary Ed-
itort J. Durfee, Extra-Curricular Activities Editor: L. Peachey,
Executive Editorg R. Seelbinder, Art Editorg L. DelMonte, Typ-
ing Editor. Absent from picture: P. Ogden, Snapshots Editor:
E. Harding, Faculty and Curricular Activities Editor, H. Genhart
Senior Biographies Editorg M. J. Beach, Sports Editorg H
Bloom, Make-up Editor.
Standing: J. Berl, M. Stoller, D. Braiman,, J. Rondash,
I. Dobbertin, J. Heicklen, P. Kyle, J. Koerner, M. Fried-
erich, L. Hutchinson, M. Thomas, J. Bassett. Seated: A.
Traynor, D. Burch, L. Predmore. J. Starling. Absent from
picture: M. Shestack, J. Marks, K. LaFlame.
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Pencil Pushers is a remarkable club in
that it offers students who enjoy writing
and who have ability, the chance to ex-
press themselves and to receive construc-
tive criticism. At the meetings of the club,
themes and poems written by the members
outside of school are discussed and cri-
ticized. Occasionally, the group listens to
recordings of Shakespearean plays. The
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Behind the scenes of every Monroe pro-
duction, the Stagecraft Club provides the
trained staff that works on electricity,
scenery, property, and make-up.
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vi, Harrison, S. Stoller, D. Ramsey, FI Lindsay, W. Corning, 4
'J-uf?-f'4't Quetschenback. Back row: S. Seymour, J. Miller, R. Barke
Absent from picture: K. Barney, M. Bernstein, Social Chairman
tg" P. Betlem, N. Carter, M. Connors, P. Fewster, Secretaryg '
' 'mn Hemings, President, M. Loucks, J. Mantel, B. McQuat, l
Muller. B. Phillips, Vice-Presidentg J. Philpott, G. Poshva,
nt Quigley, D. Traynorg Miss Parker, Mr. Sliker, Advisors.
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For those students who enjoy writing,
engineering, or acting in radio plays, Ra-
dio Workshop provides the means. The
club meets on Tuesdays, and puts on plays
written for radio, developing poise and
ability in its members.
The eliiciency of the library and its valuable aid to
Monroe students is a tribute to Miss Curtiss and the
Bookshelf Club. The members assist Miss Curtiss in
W, cataloging, stamping and arranging books. During
Christmas, the club sent baskets to needy families.
First row: C. Helfer, P. Miller, Treasurer, J. Crone, 'Secretaryg G. Reed, President, Miss Curtiss, Advisor: M. Friederick,
Vice-Presidemg V. Morton, Junior Social Chairman, M. Ekas, Senior Social Chairmang B. Harding. Second row: P.
Wemett, G. Hurwitz, N. Solomon, R. Richens, G. Jacobson, N. Platt, J. Durfee, S. Rosenthal, V. Van Horn, E. Damm, N.
Rosenberg, K. Muller, G. McCumber, S. Davidson, R. Ketchell, J. Patterson. Third row: J. Fogel, P. Gelser, S. Martin,
E. Shean, R. Pagener, E. Schlegel, J. Wallle, E. Koos, B. Rolley, R. Lie, E. Ekas, E. MacDonald, B. Shenck, B. Baker.
Absent from picture: B. Balliet, F. DeGogorza. J. Diekow, L. Goldberg. B. Gordon, M. Latal, D. Meyer, J. Rockcastle, E.
Rosenstein. M. Rosenthal, D. Sfikas, J. Thrush. 1
First row tables: P. Natale, H. Genhart, H. Cohen, G. Messinger, J. Greenfield, E. Isaacs, R. Dworsky, I. Metzger. Second
row tables: A. Molinet, J. Moress, A. Taksen, G. Munter, S. Ruben, A. Traynor, A. Bittker, B. Epstein. Standing: D. Brai-
man, Presidentg Dr. Rudolf, Advisorg B. Brody, Secretaryg B. Bushroe, E. Wilson, B. Gordon, J. Durfee. Absent from
picture: A. Ackerman, R. Alexander, A. Bernikier, H. Crain, M. Friederich, M. Gambinet, P. Hoesterey, G. Horowitz, L.
Isaacs, J. Marshall, R. McCanne, E. Siegler, A. Woodams.
1 , The members of Bridge Club, who meet every
f4.l5Q-, other week, include those who play and those who
are learning-to play bridge. The new members learn
M-J fm the game by active competition with the older
members. The special event this year was a tourna-
ment with the Brighton Bridge Club.
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First row: K. La Flame, D. Varney, J. DeBell,
J. Shamus, Vice-President. Second row: T.
Porter, M. Hook, C. Morse, J. Starling, Secretary.
Third row: D. Swanson, E. Rockoff, E. Schloss,
B. Kuhn, Secretary. Fourth row: E. Kaiser, F.
Montvid, L. Root, B. Cooman. Fifth row: V.
Budgen, K. Witz, Mrs. Burritt, Advisorg J.
Robbins, B. Benson. Abserrt from picture: N.
Abernathy, Treasurerg Nl Dunkleberg, Presi-
dentg L. Hutchinson, V. 0'Neill, E. Riorden,
The purpose of the Discussion Club is
to give pupils a chance to express them-
selves on a wide variety of problems which
face America today. This year, the group
has discussed the evils of our educational
system and the Russian problem. The Club
plans to show many films on the subjects
under discussion at future meetings. It is
hoped that many Monroe students will join
this worthwhile organization.
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This new club teaches girls the proper
method of caring for babies and young
children. Weekly meetings are held with
discussions, lectures, and films. The club
has recently issued n pamphlet entitled
MA. B. C.'s of Baby Sitting".
Standing: D. Royce, J. Bolinder, J. Crone, M.
Friedericks, Vice-Presidentg J. Freeman, .l
Marks, Secretary. Seated: Mrs. Harrison, Ad-
visorg M. Rosenthal, Presidentg S. Altman
Absent from picture: M. Francis, R. Husney,'L
Hutchinson, H. Nagan, M. Weiss, J. Whitney.
The International Relations Club tries
to promote a knowledge of current world
affairs and an understanding of world
problems. The club supplements their dis-
cussions with films and slides.
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The Art Club provides the ambitious
students with time and materials to pur-
sue their artistic interests. One of the main
activities of the club this year was the
Monroe Art Contest. The club meets
Wednesdays in Room 234 with Mr. Sher-
wood, the advisor.
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First row: N. Gitelman. Secretaryg J. Swart, S. Lembke. Second row: D
Rosenthal, J. Marks, Vice-Presidentg T. Susswein. Third raw: R. 0'Shaugh.
nessy, S. Weltman, S. Moscowitz. Standing: Mr. Sherwood, Advisor: R. .laynes
Absent from picture: J. Starling, Presidentg D. Goodman, E. Koos, N. Leicht-
ner, M. Melamed.
First row: R. Husney, P. Levin, P. Ogden, B.
Meisel, P. Dworski. Second row: M. Silverman,
H. Gittleman, M. Rosenthal, P. Natale. Absent
from picture: H. Cenhart, J. Hudson, A. Wood-
This year, a project was inaugurated in
Monroe which provides music for inter-
ested students during their study hall
periods on Tuesdays. The programs are
carefully planned in advance, and notices
are. sent around describing them. The
group in charge helps plan the programs,
prepares the notices, and supervises the
signing of passes during the period. Hats
off to the group for their fine work!!
Since its founding in 1933, Field and
Stream Club has served to interest boys in
fishing, hunting, and camping. Under Mr.
Wallace's advisorship, the boys have guest
speakers, movies, and hikes. The climax of
the year is an outdoor steak roast.
First row: D. Smith, Secretary-Treasurerg A. Marsh, F. Lim, Presi-
dent, Mr. Wallace. Advisor: D. Plluke, Vice-President, R. Glade.
B. Quigley. Second row: M. Cowdery, R. Gerhart, J. Koerner, D.
Hettig, J. Hudson, Publicity Managerg M. Field. Absent from pic-
ture: D. Goodwin, R. Knope, D. Prevost.
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Before and after school and during first lunch, the book-
store stafi' offers to the student body the convenience of pur-
chasing high quality school supplies without having to
leave the building.
The office aids are girls who use their study hall periods
to serve Monroe. They operate the switchboard in' the
main oliice, and help as messengers, typists and clerks,
thus contributing to the elliciency of our school.
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First row: G. Picciotti, R. Kominz, M. Isner, P. Ogden, M. Meyers. Second
row: R. Pagener, H. Crain, A. Woodams, A. Taksen, A. Traynor, J. Fisher,
B. Bohanan. Absent from picture: H. Armstrong, M. J. Beach P. Berger, G.
'Bergh, A. Bernikier, M. Boulay, J. Buell, C. Damm, E. Dow, B. Fotch, B.
dl ' B Hardin M Hichey C Jobes .l Kramer P. Levin. M. Nix, J.
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E. Schl s, J. Seager, E. Seegler, J. Smith, J.
Rapp, L. Root, J. Schlegal, os
Wassan, E. White, D. Wiegand, M. Wood.
Audio-Visual Aid Club
Standing: R. Brown, D. Klass, L. Urlaub, Mr. Albrecht, Advisory J. Cameron
R. Davis, W. Gruner, C. Zorsch, B. Wiltsey, L. Zelter. M. Rosenthal, H. Lie
M. Mannheimer, E. Davis, J. Cushing, Maintenance Manager. Seated: J
D'Amanda, L. Hesselgrave, R. Husney, Secretary: L. Predmore, Presidentg L.
Hutchinson, Traflic Manager: P. Scott. Absent from picture: G. Wolfanger,
F. Lim, G. Mendel.
The Audio-Visual Aid Corps
provides and trains operators to
handle movie projectors, phono-
graphs, and the public address
equipment. The group also oper-
ates the address system in the au-
ditorium, and in the cafeteria for
special announcements. An im-
portant phase of their work is
keeping the equipment in working
condition. The Corps showed the
films at the Monroe Day celebra-
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The value of the corridor patrol cannot be measured. The safety
. of Monroe's students inside the schoolbuilding depends upon the
line work of these boys. Mr. Neff is the capable organizer of the
Standing: J. Barber, N. Paskell, R. Wiltsey, L. Zeller, J
Morris, T. Clark. Kneeling: T. Thrush, J. Smith, W
Jacques, P. Harrison, P. Scott. Absent from picture: N
Brown, T. West. Absent from picture due to Spring reor-
ganization: H. Adams, H. Beckler, D. Bell, A. Bellucci
K. Campbell, M. Carapezza, R. Dworsky, L. Gidlow, J
Greenfield, R. Hallock. J. Heicklen, J. Hudson, E. Isaacs,
L. Isaacs, T. Koch, P. MacDonald, G. Mollitt, J. Moran
W. Newcomb, R. Painting, S. Potter, R. Rush, R. Smith
E. Sturm, T. Taber, D. Bellucci.
Monroe High School has one of the finest safety
cords in Rochester, thanks to the work of the outside
atrol. Many accidents have been prevented because of
Standing: R. Stone, A. Reinhardt, R. Busse, J. Ellwanger.
Kneeling: B. Sabernick, H. Bailey.
e alertness of the boys. Advised by Mr. Neff, the boys 43
atrol the outside intersections around the school.
First row: V. Southgate, D. Varney, A. Cherry, M. Seyfert, D. Hasbrouch, E.
Oliver, D. Burch. Second row: P. Dames, P. Dean, R. Moress, F. Beach, H.
Nagan, C. Kohls, G. Dangler, R. Drexler. Third row: B. Godfrey, L. Hartwig,
R. Lawrence, H. Rosenblatt, M. Goodman, A. Sweet, T. Grimes. Absent
from picture: A. Bittker, E. Burch, W. Downs, P. Hallock, H. Kominz.
First row: C. Kohls, M. Weiss, R. Moress, F. Glaser, P. Dean, J. Miller, L.
Tanzman, G. Dangler, R. Drexler. Second row: R. Eastman, D. White, R.
Brown, I. Bartholomew, B. Clark, J. Phillips, P. Wemett. Third row: B.
Godfrey. R. Wilkinson, R. Lawrence, L. Hartwig, H. Rosenblatt, F. Beach,
R. Wolfe, M. Goodman, A. Sweet.
First row: F. DeGngorza, D. Goldstein, B. Palmatier, J. Rowland, N. Platt, E. Schloss. H. Levy.
V. Mihulyi. S:'f'nm1 row: H. Lie. R. Shargel, F. Sabey, D. Kielson, H. Epstein, H. Morrow, R.
Ackerman. L. Hesselgrave, C. Kroemer. Third row: J. Bartholomew, D. White, R. Brown, R.
Eastman. P. Sivvrson. M. Stark. C. Brueckel. Absent from picture: W. Merle, N. Platt, V. Van
Horn. M. Weiss. R. Wilkinson.
First row: T. Grimes, H. Nagan, R. Kober, P. Chasey, R. Rittenhouse, B. Miller, M. Cowdery,
D. McNair. Second row: P. Siverson, L. Peachey. R. Hudnut, J. Coughlan, A. Cherry, C. Crain,
. White, E. Garelick. Third row: D. Kivlson. C. Hartwell, P. Lauterhach, M. Stark, C. Brueckel,
. LaFave. C. Cilmbs.
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First row: B. Harding, L. Klehamer, M. Kase, M. Kazinski, R. Falzone, G. Moorehouse, M
Fuhrmann, J. DeBell, M. Sherer. Second row: P. Held, J. Miller, A. Gentile, S. Cray, K. Barney
M. Kaufman, A. Leuschner, C. Pastore, S. Stevens. Third row: L. Beisheim, P. Ford, W. McCoy
G. Zoske, H. Zink, V. Southgate, B. Perkins. J. Townsend, D. Burch. Fourth row: M. Rypma
L. Fagan, B. Stephens, M. Knight, A. Todisco, L. Auer, J. Rondash, D. Renner, l. Dobhertin
G. Beal. Fifth row: E. Tesch, E. Thiel, T. Grimes, B. Fitzgerald, M. Kingston, J. McDonald, R
O'Shaughnessy, J. Hudson, C. Burrell. Absent from picture: T. Anderson, B. Aronstam, D
Barnard, R. Barnes, J. Berl, M. Bienenstock, M. Boulay. J. Churchill, P. Dames, E. Deming, H
Eoulglhty, E. Dow, R. Eastman, N. Eathorne, J. Ferstead, J. Friz, E. Hamann, P. Hammond
First row: J. Morton, D. Kielson, M. Goldman, D. Relin, M. Altpeter, N. Solomon,
J. Kerr, N. Platt, R. Dodge, T. Lipsky. Second row: I. Weintraub, R. Hesselgrave,
I. Friedman, S. Weinstein, J. Dinkelspiel, G. Kooshian, B. Rothman, V. Van Horn, C.
Jacobsen, B. Ekas, L. Heicklen, M. Levis, C. Miskiel, B. Lazarus. Third row: W. Downs,
M. Harris, J. Smith, M. Scott, J. Bowen, D. Rath, L. Friederich, L. Holmes, G.
Parker, D. Drews, R. Hamblin, S. Seymour, D. Hurwitz, C. Lewis. Absent from picture:
M. Beck, E. Burch, H. Epstein, B. Kramer, R. Osburn, D. Schneider, G. Stevenson.
First row: P. Berger. C. Davison, M. Henry, P. Dames, J. Dick, K. Swift, D. Lehrer, N. Williams
B. Andrews. Second row: B. Rolley, J. Rockcastle, J. Carey, B. Dick, S. Tillotson, J. Tesch, E
Shean, G. McCumlier, A. Pilling. Third row: M. Tabone, R. Latragna, S. Tickner, C. Beuckman
J. Herrington, C. Anderson. C. Brueckel. E. Holly. Fourth row: C. Soule, M. Skarlatos, N. Schaft
J. Leathers, B. McGruin. Dyer. C. Jobes, M. Sherer, R. Weekes. Fifth row: P. Kyle, S. Weltman
W. Mcllrath, R. Lee. W. Collins, G. Mendel, M. Friederich, J.'White, J. Lurie. Absent from pic
ture: A. Hemmings, M. Hoffman, D. Kayner, H. Kominz, M. Leve, J. Lewis, M. Makey, L. Painting
R. Platt, D. Rapp, D. Ritzel. G. Robinson. M. Silverman, K. Stefanides, V. Summers, L. Tansman
First row: C. Scorrano, D. Sherman, M. Connors, G. Angevine, M. Jury, C. Cohen J Kerr M
Goldstein, V. VanHorn, M. Caplin, B. Leonard, G. Pike, E. Turner, C. Rapp, M. Austin S Stoller
Second row: B. Cayley, R. Richens, B. Lawhorn, B. Diehl, J. Haubrich, I. Friedman T Sussweln
P. Fewster, M. Murdoch, C. Crain, J. Smith, J. Clement, J. MacKay, J. Miller L Hesselgrave
R. Hesselgrave, J. Magee, S. Kirchner. Third row: M. Muskat, N. Solomon, C. Helfer B Harding
D. Goodman, L. Whittaker, M. Neivert, E. Ekas, M. Levis, J. Smith, P. Platt, R Lie G Slmon
M. Lipsett, T. Sanzel, B. Mercer, D. Taylor. Fourth row: F. Sahey, R. Hunt, V. Call D Krelson
R. Mitchell, F. Clazer, W. Lane, D. McNair, B. Baker, R. Winchell, J. Silverherg D Morris D
Schneider, J. Smith. Absent from picture: M. Altpeter, V. Bahringer, P. Bonner E Burch A
Cilesk, A. Clark, L. Dewhurst, P. DeWitte, H. Doughty, N. Dunkleberg, L. Friederich B Gottfried
G. Hoare, M. Kingston, K. Korneliusen, P. Lauterbach, R. Levy, H. Lie, J. Lipsky E MacDonald
M. McGowan, E. McQuat, N. Ogden, N. Platt, D. Relin, M. Scott, B. Tepperman J Vaisey H
Sr. Dance Band
The Senior Dance Band, or as it is mor
popularly called, "The Seven Up Beats" i
Monroeis own dance hand. This popula
group of musicians played at the Christ
mas Dance and the Cherry Tree Stomp
Monroe provides the boys with music, an
the band provides Monroe with listenin
J. Krieger. D. White, L. Klehamer, H. Nagan, B. Goeffrey. C. Goeffrey, C. Elm
Kohls. J. Marks. M. Weiss.
The purpose of the Senior Leadership
club is to develop the trait of leadership
and character among its members. Organ-
ized this year, the club put on a symn
posium for the junior cl-ass entitled "Hue
man Relation." Covering three assemblies,
such topics as manners, family relation-
ships, habits, personality, and appearance
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H. Kominz, D. Prevost. P. Kober, E. Isaacs. R. Ritten-
house, R. Moress.
First row: P. Dworski, C. Kluger. P. Berger, A.
Traynor. R. Husney, M. Kaufman. Second row:
E. Cohen, E. Sehlegel, P. Raz, J. Durfee, E.
Coyne, A. Pilling, L. Lieberman. Absent from
picture: C. Babcock, M. Beach, E. Glaberman,
S. Goebel, R. Kominz, P. Levin, C. Lomb, M.
Loucks, G. Marshall, G. Messinger, A. Molinet,
G. Munter, V. Ogden, R. Seelbinder. E. Seegler,
S. Stam, E. Terry, E. Wilson. N. Witzel.
J r. Dance Band
Preparing to take the place of the pres-
ent Senior Dance Band, the Junior Dance
Band plays at all .lunior High social af-
Alpha attempts to promote brotherhood among its mem-
bers and to extend the ideals of the Y.M.C.A. Its activities
include coaching grammar school athletic activities, an an-
ual dance for needy people, and an "Easter Egg Huntu for
the children at the Hillside Home.
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Beta has given much service to Monr5e. The
boys have provided score cards at the basket-
ball games. They held a dance to raise money
for a Monroe trophy case. Their latest activity
is a clean-up project in the library. They have
recently contributed a new dictionary to the
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' Ka pa. Hi-Y meets at the Monroe Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday
nights with Mr. Ackley, the advisor. Kappa's activities in-
clude a sports calendar, music for "Y" dances, sports
column for Monroe Life, candy stand for Monroe Day, and
volunteers for the Redcoat Patrol Project.
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L agner, A Ma1'a5c0r' Ackleyi Aettfg. Seca, G' Mullin
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Newcomb ig J. Brayier . Crowder rifh. jylgrd- Baird, Pg flausmanrf,
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Q3aSS2uSQwc?0N. Robtogel- Theta Hi-Y was organized this year by a group
' of Junior High boys. Along with the regular duties
of a Hi-Y, the members have ushered at the cen-
tral Y.M.C.A. Olympics and guarded the exhibits
50 at the Monroe Y.M.C.A. Hobby Show.
The Adelphian Society recognizes three traits of char-
acter: scholarship, leadership, and compatibility. Founded
in 1929, the members have continually given service to
Monroe. The club has helped to usher at Monroe Day. Their
latest project is the Redcoat Service Project in cooperation
with the Hi-Y's. The club meets at members' homes.
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Tesch ' VfCe.Pres.ide.t. Vens, E. Sem' mflllist, J.
man: ,HCM-responding Segr, L.. KlehH1Iler,eggL Treasurer:
The purpose of this club is to build a fellowship
of girls, devoted to common ideals of personal
and social living. This year, the club held a sale
to raise money for a World Fellowship group and
visited Radio City and the Rochester Court House.
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1. No comment. 2. Mr. and Mrs. .loe Beach. 3. Cherry Tree Stomp. 4. Bottoms up. 5. Modern
Design. 6. Ahoy, Mateys. 7. Unbalanced line. 8. Phyllis Raz. 9. Sweet innocence. 10. The Flash.
11. Lunch. 12. Tooth paste ad.
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Each year the "GRRR fight" kids keep things hopping at all basketball and foot-
ball games and instill a lot of color while going about their task of raising morale
while they raise the roof. The cheerleaders are always behind the teams on both good
and bad days, encouraging and supporting them. Soon after the beginning of school
ders are chosen by representative teachers and students. They are chosen
' h t a cheerleader must display such as poise, coordin-
h rs we hear were originated by
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on the basis of requirements t a
' n grace, voice and personality. Many of the c ee
xemplify the spirit of the Monroe cheering squa
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cheerleaders are selected each year for re
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season. West High's champions were the only team to defeat the Redjackets
twice, but splits with several teams accounted for the low standing. On sev-
eral occasions the cagers defeated top teams in thrilling games. Madison's
n a great game, and East High, tra-
he varsity basketball team finished with ten wins and eight losse th'
win skein of ten straight was broken i
ditional rival, was defeated in a tight game. Monroe broke even in the
the Brighton Hi-Y series by virtue of an overtime decision and gained the
trophy for a half year. The reserve basketeers finished close on the winning
side of the ledger with a 7-4 reco d ' l
r in eague play, and divided two games
with Brighton's Jayvees.
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First WW: Seqlllqgezollif, Alexilnlliirllrgl
Lipmayslxdjla. Gidlow. W' X l Absent lfom pw
First ruw: L. Hartwig, B l-licks li
N. Rohfogel, A Laney H
Marcmux. Second row: It Birch F
Brooks, J. Peck, R. Mason C Burrel
On their way!
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FirSf ro defy Rona Sllbey' R'-auf Third T 3 L0we'
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Moressi Nicew, . 3 Yates, 'D Holt,
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Parcero, Peach, and
Holt show how it's done
The Wallace-coached swimming team this year splashed to wins over five oppon-
ents while dropping verdicts to three. Marshall's perennial champs, the Edison Tech
squad, and West High gained wins over Monroe's fishmen. A nucleus of veteran
swimmers combined well with a good turnout of new material to form a winning
aggregation. The squad reached their season peak when they achieved a Sectional
second place, beating all the city schools except Marshall.
Accidents and illnesses forced the cross- '
country team from their championship
trail of recent years and placed them
fourth with a record of 5 won and 3 lost.
The reserve pulfers placed third.
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First row: J. Lee, water boyg H. McNair, J. Pierce, E. Willison, S. Skarlatos, R. Tyler, R. Zobel,
H. Adams, F. Bockus, T. Boyatzies, J. Zeitvogel, T. Montrois, R. Shay, water boy. Second row:
S. Altman, Managerg T. Arthur, C. Payne, J. McGrady, T. Fulreader, R. Smith R Painting,
co-captain' R. Ellis, co captain' A Ald ' h D
, - , . rxc , . Goodwin, D. Anderson, J. Baker,7R.. Burnham,
ll. Brooks, T. Wagner, R. Hausman. Third row: Mr. Blair, coachg Mr. Ferner, trainerg A. Crowder,
J. Peck, L. Gidlow, K. Nielsen, .l. Briggs, H. Steuber, D. Bell, J. Moore, C. Sharp, T. Sirrianni,
Mr. Sobie, line coach, C. Pierce, assistant trainer.
Coach Blair's football team flashed their strongest squad since the unbeaten
combos of '40-'41, but gained no higher than an even-steven 4-4 record. Through
G Odd the eight game season no team defeated Monroe by more than a single touchdown
rl while the Redjackets outscored their opponents 125-94.
an R Fisher- hxmmker, R-
After the full round of games, Coach
Coach Begholdgs soccer men found them-
selves enmeshed in a record of three wins,
au-...W ..r, - three losses. and two ties and crowded into
ourth with Franklin and
row: ff2,e'i:ggiJR. Alengndgzlfg Secorr4?,,Z41Z:.L3Pfiln5 T. Lenno -
, . Ross, Mr. Beghblgwearkowsky Eney, W. Fig,
, ouch: L fpegcheclrler. Thin!
' CY, R. shear,
Bolger and Kelley
First row: L. Bihrle, G. Vigliotti, R. Lawrence, N. Dreher, A. Bellucci, D.
Bellucci, R. Zachmeyer, R. Dibble, R. Inghram. Second row: D. Kelley, J.
Percas, J. McManus.-.R. Nesbitt, Mr. Arlaukasg Coachg J. Marsh, C. Santinaw,
M. Nudo, R. Bulger.
The wrestlers fought their way to a respectable
e .500 record of four wins and four losses. The team
was well galanced in the weight divisions and
many members fared well under intense compe-
Grunt and Groaners mi...
When the dust had settled on the cinders '
at the finish of the 1948 track season, Mon-
roe's thinclads found themselves com-
manding second place in the league with
seven victories and a lone defeat. Sonny
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Belluccl and Bob A""'l
'www "' ' Dawn- -" " man -" ' n.
it First fflwl rowf R' Rfisenw R. Mason' P1 Mi- Ackley' COBB
B' Sm-imc. 'ttenhousfh 1' Pwnc: ,Absent from pw
Nesblqf Iihrii F. whale. Manage
Ellis. - '
First row: R. Hausman, W. Montrois. Second row: W. Richardson, R. Stoetzel, D. Anderson, J.
Moorehouse, H. Lipman, F. Gaeser, G. Boyatzies. Third row: Mr. Blair, Coachg V. Cushing, S.
Breyer, L. Gidlow, D. Bell, R. Painting, E. Besley, S. Altman, Manager.
After the last out had been called, Monroe's baseball
team was forced to settle for a 1948 record of 3 wins
. and 5 losses. The batsmen faced some of the best pitch-
ing in league history but were able to make every game
close all the way.
Monroe's tennis team fared well against the offerings of rival ' th 19
s ln e 48 season,
losing only to Marshall and iinishin ' d
g ln a secon place deadlock with Franklin
Number one man B b B h
- - o urn am snatched the city singles championship while Frank.
F l d ' '
u rea er, Alexander, and Nicely were outstanding.
The keglers this season were unable to keep their high-ranking status of previous
years. Several meets were bowl d ' h l '
score gave away points.
e w1t on y three members present and the blind
J. Lowe. li. Alexander, J. Piotrow, B. Frank, B. Burnham. Absent from pic-
rurv: T. Fulrc-ader. W. Nicely. '
ban. Absefv' ffm" Pl
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KAPPA 11TH AND 12TH GRADE CHAMPIONS
First row: J. Baird, R. Housmann, T. Williams, D. Bell. Second row: A. Crowder, W.
Newcomb, A. Aldrich, E. Willison. Absent from picture: R. Painting, Captain.
lntra-mural basketball is a sport that allows
boys of all ages healthful participation and com-
petion. The three leagues are based on age and
grade and the games and play-offs are coordinated
under the direction of Mr. Ralph Blair. The eighth
grade league is composed of homeroom teams.
The intermediate league is formed by ninth and
tenth grade boys who choose their own teams, and
eleventh and twelfth grade boys comprise the
senior league, choosing their own teams.
The senior league champion this year was Paint-
ing's Kappals who won out in the playoffs. The
Kappa's won the regular season title and were
joined in the playoffs by Schifano's Buckeyes,
Goodwin's Schmoos and McCarthy's Mac's. The
intermediate champion was Moran's Redjackets
with Nesbitt's Hustlers, Potter's Eagles and Fal-
Kenstein's Tigers close behind. Homeroom 163
won the eighth grade laurels.
Front row: R. Adams, J. Moran,
T. Cook. Back row: T. Boyatzies,
HOME ROOM 163,
Eighth Grade Champions
Front row: D. Miller, B. Downs,
D. Cherry, J. McCormick. Second
row: R. Lynch, A. Potter, W.
, by gnu yi-
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First row: H. Crain, A. Woodams, P. Morrison, E. Coyne, J. Smith, N. Ogden, G. Beal, J. Town
send, P. Hoesterey, S. Stam. Second row: H. Diamond, ,l. Herrington, G. Robinson, D. Hicks, W
Gerber, D. Eber, gl. Starling, D. Burch, V. Budgen, G. Bergh, P. Rivers, E. Tesch. Third row
J Durfee, J. Friz, L. Stavrevsky, S. Kluger, J. Shamus, E. Glaberman, J. Kerr, R. Hesselgrave
E. Haynes, C. Miskicl. B. Shenck, M, Cardot. Fourth row: N.Cardot, J. Memmel, D. Sherman
S. Cohen, P. Ahrens, C. MacLaren, C. Oatman, B. McGrain, M. Tabone, M. Knox, M. Skarlotos
V llouvina. Fifth. row: M. Brandt, R. Latragna, J. Hcrbst, A. Haag, B. Moschcau, M. Scherer
J. Miller, P. Heitz, E. Newman, M. Silverman, G. Munter. Sixth row: J. Whitheck, M. Makey
G.LGore, P. Levin, J. Rosenbloom, C. Tidor, R. Kominz, S. Schwartz, S. Rockoff, A. Bittker A
The girls' sports program at Monroe is one that varies, offering several sports for
each season. From the pool to the playground, all sports have been met by keen
interest and enthusiasm.
The program is set up so as to promote the participation of many. Individual
sports, such as riding and swimming, are encouraged, as well as those sports which
involve team work. The team, however, is perhaps the most important factor in the
program, for the importance of the activity of all team members, acting as a unlt,
seas Q Bwgfl iss Ashley L
O., up M
First row: M. Myers, B. Bohanan, A, Molinet, V. Ogden, V. Weegar, L. Heicklen, C. RBPP. .l
Moress, J. Smith. M. Wells. Second row: D. Braiman, P. Natale, G. Messinger, M. J. Loucks
R. M. Husney, S. L. Stevens, L. Klehamer, J. Tesch, J. Dobbin, D. Renner, J. Rondash, R. Weeks
Third row: IN.. J. Beach, L. Putzig, W. Aslan, H. Mantel, S. Mason, R. Beaflle, D. Varney, K
Witz, J. B, White, B. Dick. Fourth row: B. Cady, S. Mangurian, R. Pagener, A. Traynor, R. Cohen
C. Lomb, E. Schlegel, B. Epstein, S. Ruben, P. Miller, G. Reedyj. Bassett. Fifth row: C. Crain
V. Morton, F. de Gogorza, M. Ekas, J. Button, J. Haubrick, A. Plantz, E. Turner, G. Angevine,
M. Connors, D. Rosenthal, J. Phelps, L. Del Monte. Sixth row: B. L. Cayley, P. Bonner, M
Goldman, M. Greenhouse, J. Seils, B. B. Cook, G. Seils, J. Robbins, B. Benson, D. Casey, M
Thomas, N. Glitch, I. Hagen.
The Girls' Athletic Association, with Joyce Townsend as President, Gretta Bergh
as Vice-President and Sophie Boyatzies as Secretary, has become especially active
during the past year. The Association is made up of girls who represent the dif-
ferent sports. It is this organization that is responsible for planning the play days
with other schools. These play days give our girls a chance to prove their skills on
a competitive basis as well as to make many new acquaintances. The council is con-
tinually striving to bring the best in sports to Monroe.
Woodams makes a A.A. Officers
rerun, 63 G-
Miss Mary A.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Beta H. "Y"
. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
William .l. Beckler
H. E. Brody
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss A. H. O'Connell
Christopher H. D'Amanda Ml'-
Thomas H. Crone
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. Philip Del Monte
Mrs. Margaret S. Dobbertin
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Durfee
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fotch
Mr. H. H. Genhart
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gitelman
Mr. and- Mrs. Charles Glaberman
Mrs. George Goodman
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Greenfield
Mrs. E. R. Hammond
Mr. and Mrs. J. Phelps Harding
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaacs
Mrs. Teresa Kalb
Kappa Hi "Y"
Mr. Edward Kelley
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham M. Kluger
Carl J. Kohls
Harold E. Koerner
John R. Larimer
M. H. Mantel
H. T. McNair
Frederick A. Piotrow
C. H. Peachey
P. J. Pilling
L. C. Predmore
Barney J. Schaft
Mrs. M. S. Terry
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
J. Frank Traynor
Jay .l . Walsh
H. Bert Woodams
Mnnrne Hiqh Schnnl Bunk Exchange
Fon Yoon coNvEN1ENcE
Hours: 8:30-8:45 Daily-3:00-3:15 Daily
Lunch Period One
KIELSON,S PHARMACY Hillside 1496 Open Evenings We Deliver
260 Park Ave. HARRIS FOODS
Between S. Goodman and Oxford Sts. GrOCerieS-MeatS1Fr0zen Fggdg
The drug store that merits your patronage 331 Clinton Avo, 5,
HOTEL SENECA MEZZANINE FLOOR
By Appointment-Phone HAmilton 4966
Official Photographers for 1949 Monrolog
Best Wishes to
A stone's throw from
623 Park Ave. Mon. 8286
739 Monroe Avenue
Rochester 7, N. Y.
Juliette Van Vleck Monroe 9378
CRAFT DRY CLEANERS
We Call and Deliver M 0 G R E G 0 R S
Monroe 8165 856 Monroe Ave. Florists
Rochester's Finest Kosher Market '0'
New York Delicatessen for that Party
PHILLIPS MEATS AND POULTRY
Hillside 1795 984 Monroe Ave.
741 Monroe Ave. and 201 Grand Ave.
Afwl l ll iv -Q'
THE MA YFLOWER SHOPS
Famous from New York to Hollywood
MRS. HAZELTON BROWN
986 Park Ave.
Stationery and Christmas Cards
MONROE RECORD SHOP
772 Monroe Ave. Monroe 64-22
Popular and Classical Records, Radios
293 Main St. East Rochester, N. Y.
Radio Phonographs, Record Accessories
C- J- DANGLER 1899 Our 50th Year 1949
732 South Ave. Gen. 54-81-W WM' LAUTERBACH
Sheet Metal Work
750 South Avenue
Monroe 0120 490 Monroe Avenue
BLAIR,S SHOE REBUILDING
Arches made to fit each individual case
N. J. MILLER AND SON
Satisfied customers for over 30 years
DREXLER COAL COMPANY
Coal Coke Fuel Oil
194 State St. Rochester 4, N. Y.
1625 Mt. Hope Ave. 706 South Ave.
Comphments Watch and Clock Repairing
of 491 Monroe Avenue
459-461 Monroe Ave.
PARK AVENUE CLEANERS
645 Park Avenue
It's Always WOLF'S MARKET
1854 East Avenue
at Winton Rd.
For the Finest in F ruits, Vegetables Banana Splits Sodas
and Groceries Sandwiclles
1809 East Ave. Delivery Monroe 2335
DRESSES, BLOUSES, SLIPS
Repairing and Accessories
AND HOSE 1792 East Avenue Monroe 8490
Gpen 12-9 P In Real Meals and Good Sandwiches
TOM THUMB RESTAURANT
489 Monroe Ave. Monroe 6722
584 Monroe Avenue
690 Portland Ave.
Rochester, N. Y.
JOHN R. BOURNE CO.
6 Rubber Stamps
131-133 State Street
CHAMPION ATHLETIC AND
SPORTSWEAR CO., INC.
71 St. Paul St. BAker 24-20
Choice Meats and Groceries
Finest of Frosted Foods
631 Monroe Ave. Phone Monroe 6637
Rochester 7, N. Y.
"You will always meet an old
Monroe Friend at Westfall's"
1092 Mount Hope Avenue
Monroe 8630 470 Monroe Ave.
ALEXANDER SANITARY SUPPLIES
' AND SERVICE
C"""'l""e"ts of Mon. 2966 625 s. Goodman sr.
EDWARD DAUPHIN Wax Soaps Paper Products
Garage, Hotel and Restaurant Specialties
HUNTER ELECTRONICS RABIN BROS.
Wholesale Distributors of
Electronic Equipment Monroe 1467 Monroe 3342
BAker 8119 233 East Ave. BAker 8110 680 Park AVB-
ACKERMAN,S FOOD SHOPPE ALHART,S
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ffglectrical Mena
Cold Cuts Shelf Groceries
266 Park Avenue 1147 Culver Rd. Culver 3944
BRAIMAN SPORTSWEAR CO.
Specialists in young men's and men's slacks
42 North Street HA. 0911
Opposite Rochester Savings Bank
ROYAL CANDY SHOPPE
Light Lunches Sodas Candies
131 Clinton Ave. So. Main 8078
KE L LO G G ' S
Fresh and Frosted Foods, Inc.
Open Every Day in the Year
7:30 A.M.-7:30 P.M.
653 Park Ave. Hillside 2330
So. Clinton at Goodman
Hallmark Greeting Cards
For All Occasions
Monroe Avenue cor. Alexander
V I N C E , S
Sea Breeze New York
Would you like to change to automatic heat?
Oil and Gas furnaces, boilers, and conversion
units are available in all sizes. And now is
the time for an exact estimate of your needs.
Call Monroe 6380 today or come in and look
around. No obligation.
658 Monroe Ave.
ARCHERY TAC KLE
337 University Ave.
Rochester 7, N. Y.
BE SMART! BE WISE! BE THRIFTY!
There's one sure way to get what you want. School Savings is the answer.
Thereis nothing like a growing School Savings Account to help you to
Why don't you start your School Savings Account now? Save every week
Rochester Savings Bank
47 Main Street West
4-0 Franklin Street
R. B. I. GRADUATES! Compliments
One of the oldest-yet one of the most modern
business schools in America!
U86 Years Leadership in Business Training" of
INSTITUTE CONTINENTAL OPTICAL
172 Clinton Ave., South COMPANY
Rochester 41, New York
KOVALSKY CARR ELECTRIC
BA. 6660 Opening Evenings 'till 10 P.M.
New CLINTON BOOK SHOP Used
138 Clinton Ave. So.
Loew's Theatre Bldg.
. Photo Supplies
BAker Ave. No Park Ave. At Goodrnan
Phone: Hillside 1150
TOWNEIPS Flowers and Plants
f01' for Every Occasion
3 Speed Bicycles Easy Terms MARLOVIN FLOWERS
Whizzer Motor Bikes East Ave. and Winton Rd.
710 University Ave. Mon. 7018 We Deliver
Hospitality at Homell
Save Money on Your Bill With a
Winkler Low Pressure Oil Burner
Savings up to LLOZ Reported
After Replacing Obsolete Burners
CATLIN AND HAAG, INC.
145 University Ave. BAker 8415
1 EC fo
MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS
Jofua, PACKING co.1Nc.
Rocnesrsn. N Y
Arpeako Meats Are Made Under Strict U. S.
You' ll Always Find Them Pure, Fresh
and F lavorful !
THE NEW SON-JON SHOP
At Surprisingly Low
D. M. DAVIS
Radio and Television
Sales and Service
165 Monroe Ave. HAmilton 9666
Dennis Candy Factory, Inc.
For Any Occasion
Tasty, Fresh Cooked
KIM'S CHOW MEIN
To Take Out Easy to Serve
673 Monroe Ave. Monroe 1706
KUNZ 81 MAURER
4-0 Franklin St. HAmilton 9979
LA MAY DRUG CO.
Phone Monroe 1733 1300 East Ave. SOUND SYSTEMS
Rochester, N. Y.
BEST OF LUCK BANQUETS
BERGMAN'S DELICATESSEN PARTIES
4-87 Monroe Ave. Mon. 324-2
Open 7 Days a Week
8 A.M.-12 P.M. 1136 Monroe Ave.
ANFA DINER 430 MONROE AVE.
We Are Open 24 Hours
H. R. 336 Monroe 164-2
Our Obligation to
We believe that we have an obli-
gation beyond supplying you with
dependable, low-cost electric and gas
service-the further obligation to
help you to get the greatest possible
benefit from your use of these serv-
llnnhester Gas and Electric
963 Clinton Ave. South
WALTER F. MacGUIRE
370 Park Ave.
LORAINE'S DRY GOODS
435 South Ave.
Ladies', Men's, Children's 82 Infants' Wear
Main 8694 Hours 11 A.M.-9:30 P.M.
AMHERST RADIO APPLIANCE CO.
600 Monroe Ave. Monroe 3755
All Makes of Radios
C U P I D , S
630 Monroe Ave.
BRIGHTON SHOE STORE
Our Forty-first Year
2 Winton Rd. at East Ave.
B I-l Il H E T T' S
576 Monroe Ave. Monroe 5437
U. S. MARINE CORPS RESERVE
YOUNG MEN 17 AND OVER
Here is an opportunity for you to serve in the United States Marine Corps.
Wear the uniform, receive a full day's pay for two hours drill a week. Enjoy
two weeks vacation in camp.
Sound impossible? To live at home and continue your Education? Well,
it isn't. You can have all this by joining the Marine Corps Reserves here in
Rochester at the Main Street Armory.
Come in, talk it over with any of the men in the office. They will be glad
to give you full details concerning the Reserves.
White Hallie and
561 S. Clinton Mon.
Cor. of Alexander St.
BLUE BUY MILK
Nature's Best Food
At Its Best
FOR JACKETS AND AWARD
Ruby's Sporting Goods Store
857 Clinton Ave. So. Mon. 3357
SCOTTY'S SERVICE STATION
A. FRIEDERICH In SONS COMPANY
Human! 6"nnaf1zu.ctian Knnbzactnlm
710 LAKE AVENUE
ROCHESTER 13, NEW YORK
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LINCOLN and MERCURY
b 20 NORTH FITZHUGH ST.
LAUBE ELECTRIC CORP.
l 30 Allen Street . Ha. 9396 .
SCHWARTZ'S FOOD MARKET
324 East Henrietta Rd.
THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE ADVERTISING IN THE MONROLOG
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