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YOUNG LADIES OF MOUNT VERNON
Row I-Janice Yamamato, Irene Levonian, Helen Strasser, Susan Bichachi,
Shirley Bennion, Rosalie Gross, Betty Todd, Frances Marcus, Diane Plotkin,
B b S I.
BI' 5 B UVB
Row 2-Marcia Gilbert, Donna Atlerl Pat Potts, Harriet Christensen, Clarice
Battyany, Kathryn Stewart, Patti Brinker, Lillian Kim, Arlene Kopulsky,
Row 3-June Casparian, Romana Bruce, Althea Reames, Teresa Palazuelos,
Peggy Barrett, Norma Braverman, Nancy Cohen, and Dorothy Main.
IShirleyJ McNutt's airfield. Remember that Miranda was a
reporter for a rival paper, The Atomic News, owned by
Marvin Snyder. Feeling hungry and in need of energy, I
entered Coast's modern ice cream parlor, owned by
Nathan Karsh. I ordered a fLarryJ Pear-sall sundae, and
was waited on by Irene Levonian. The sundae was all
At that moment newsboy Marty Ansoorian was selling
the latest issue of the Atomic News, and the front page
surprised me, for the story which was stolen from me was
not printed. Now intent on the idea of seeing Miranda, I
started on my way. As I entered the building of the
Atomic News, I spied Rosemary Hoffenberg, known through-
out the world for her tremendous height, and a group of
howling girls around the well-known French actor, Frank
Abrahamian. I got up to room W. 1950 by means of a
Knapp elevator run by Marilyn Lee. Upon arriving at
Miranda's office, I was ushered in by his private secretary,
Audrey Smylie. As I looked around the room, I then knew
the reason behind my story's being stolen but not printed.
It was a cover-up.
Miranda was working for 218 and dangling from the
ceiling was 259's football pennant. I snatched the story
from his desk and ran to the Daily Darrow building, where
it was given a first page banner headline.
The next day I picked up the paper. The headlines
read: Winter '50 Graduates Make Good in World.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Any resemblance between the foregoing
article and Danny Pogoler's original version is purely co-
THIS TERM'S COUNCIL
A successful Big and Little Sister party and luncheon, a
beautiful installation ceremony, and an enioyable Council
luncheon, featured another active semester of the Girls'
Council, sponsored by Mrs. Catherine Brown and Miss Mary
Helms. They also sponsored publication of Poems of
Thankfulness at Thanksgiving time. Elected officers are
Shirley Bennion, President, Rosalie Gross, Scribe of the
Manor, Betty Todd, Mistress of the Wardrobe, Helen Stras-
ser, Keeper of the Insignia, and Susan Bichachi, Lady, of
Most memorable activity of the joint councils this year
was the Log Cabin Christmas for which all members ioined
with Cabinet to collect usable toys and clothing, worn but
wearable, for needy children of Kentucky.
Chief innovation of the Boys' Council this year was the
launching of the Big Nine and Little Seven Party, initiated
with the intention of promoting good fellowship between
the A-9's and incoming B-7's. Patterned after the tradi-
tional girls' party it met with great success and will prob-
ably be continued throughout the coming semesters.
Boys' Council officers are Kenneth Johnson, president,
Jerome Franklin, vice-president, and Jimmy Kimsey, secre-
tary. Sponsors are Mr. Karl Lovejoy and Mr. Don Campbell.
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by Dan Pogoler
It was a drowsy winter day of January, 1970, when I
awoke from my slumber with my head feeling like a two
hundred ton brick. Being a neurotic I decided to have a
visit with my special psychiatrist, Fraiilein Annette Weiss.
Because I was in such a hurry, I hailed a Leon Katz Yellow
Cab, which was driven by Andy Hazelle.
As I entered the reception room of my psychiatrist, I
was greeted by the receptionist, Norman Siegel. While I
was being ushered into Fraulein Weiss's ottice, to my
amazement whom should I see rushing out, but the mad
musician, Peter Vogler, with scraps of sheet music flying
from his fBillyl Davis hat! After inviting me to recline on
the couch, Faulein Weiss then proceeded with her fPeggyl
My mind slowly wandered back to the previous night
and the gala ball in honor of the Count and Countess
Berman Knee Mickey Gartieldl of lKennyl Kuhlman Kounty.
As I entered this dazzling affair, I remembered my wraps
being taken by the two head butlers, John Allen and Don
Houk. While the orchestra played the Uanetl Schroeder
Concerto, under the direction of Selwyn Rose, I made a
mad dash to the newly invented IBIIU Clack phone to call
Susan Bichachi, editor of the Daily Darrow, to inform her
that her gallant reporter, fme, of coursej was covering this
social event of the year.
I got back to the hall in time to witness the can-can
dance done by Beverly Silver and Dorothy Duke, which
was presented by Diane Plotkin's Can-O-Matt. Following
this was Rod Edwards, the famous singing star of North
Atlantic, accompanied by Kenny Johnson at the piano.
Afterwards various other acts were presented by Faye
Aratani's Holeless Do-Nut Shop, which gives you more
dough for your money, Robert Lewis's Reducing Salon,
Steambath KC-Peralolinel Murray, Rock's Novelty Shop,
Row I-Linda Crickmore, Janice Yamamoto, Dora Silk, Betty Todd, Susan
Bichachi, Kenny Johnson, Shirley Bennion, Helen Strasser, Rosalie Gross,
Frances Marcus, Barbara Suval, Bobbie Perll, Wanda De Witt. I
Row Z-Phyllis Metler, Rodeama Crane, Linda Olsen, Diane' Plotkin., Elaine
Widoff, Patti Brinker, Charlotte Kohen, Pat Potts, Harriet Christensen,
Clarice Battyany, Marilyn Farkas, Anita Jensen, Judy Sklar, Janet Schroeder.
Row 3-Yoel Muchnik, Rudy Stuhlman, Marcia Gilbert, Joan Tapaliari, Irene
Levonian,Diane Kowolski,CharIene Goodman,Donna AtIer,Leelane Ellis, Kath-
ryn Stewart, William Carter, Jack Mednicoft, D-avid Segal, Murray Berman.
Row 4-Ralph Pfeiffer, Jerry Franklin, Jimmy Kimsey, Albert Barish, Dennis
Galanter, Carl Hunn, Charles Lockard, Walter Flood, Leslie Pollack, Lloyd
Hendrickson, Bob McDaniel.
Sharon Mack's Peroxide Bottling Company, Big Bob's
Watch Manufacturing Corporation, and Norma Peterson's
Voice Studio. Wild Animal Trainer Margie Drake began
to clap loudly, and everyone else joined in, including her
favorite wild animal, Carl Hunn.
There were many celebrities present, and among them
was Marion Megrdichian, famous little bad kid of the
stage, Sheila Ann Miller Margo, noted tap dancer,
Marcia Gilbert, Spanish quiz kid, and Vernon Landry,
radio's Sam Spade. The highlight of the program was an
original play, Forever Chuckie, penned by Nancy Baker
and Shirley Bennion. Seated in the audience was the
worId's greatest Olympic orange squeezer, Moe Bloom,
who seemed to have eyes only tor Shirley. The drama was
sponsored by the Silk-Wolf Sweater Shoppe, located on
No-land Johnson Boulevard.
Refreshments were served by Ted Matthews and Fred
Rosenthal, from the Schwartz Catering Service and Seltzer-
cola was passed around by dispensers Bobbi Perll and Pat
Motfet. In a second there was a shrill scream and the
lights went off. I sensed someone near me, and I knew
then that my pocket was being picked. When the lights
went on, I realized my story of 259's football triumph was
gone, and I noticed Jesse Miranda on the roof above
crawling into his Polin helicopter. Dashing to the home of
my two mechanics, Roger Summers and Joe Miller, I picked
up my Kelley rocket ship, manufactured by the Mad Irish-
man, and took after Miranda up the .loyce Motty Trail to
the fMarilyn1 Bluh Planet. I parked my rocket ship at
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
by Annette Weiss
Being of sound mind and body, we, the A-9 class, do leave
Kenny Johnson'leaves his physique to Buddy Stark.
Mickey Garfield leaves her cuteness to Linda Pollack.
Dorothy Duke leaves her athletic ability to Helen
Danny Knapp leaves nothing, he's taking it all with him!
Audrey Smylie leaves her one and only cashmere
sweater to any cold B-9 girl.
Moe Bloom leaves his wolf call to any foghorn with
Norma Peterson leaves her voice to the Girls' Glee Club.
Dan Pogoler leaves his certain something, which he
never had, to Larry Brody, who has even less.
Frank Abrahamian leaves his good looks to Jack
Papazian, Cwho's doing o.k. with his ownl.
Mike Polin, Marty Berman, Selwyn Rose, and Don Selt-
zer leave their terrific quartette Qi to the next Minute Man
Marion Megrdichian leaves her sparkling smile to any
user of Pepsodent.
The A-9 drama classes leave Mr. Kerian to the B-9's.
Bobbie Perll leaves her surefootedness to Nancy Herbst.
Roger Summers leaves his way with women to Jimmy
Annette Weiss leaves her iournalistic ability to Howard
Joe Miller and Bob Dady leave their size 'HW shoe to
any B-9 with small feet.
Margie Drake leaves her pug nose to Joan Sanden.
Susan Bichachi leaves her insanity to the Snake Pit.
SAFETY COU RT
Dennis Galanter, Doreen Osep, Irene Levonian, Frances Fogel, Lezlane Ellis,
Faye Aratani, Robert Schultz, Mrs. Alta Maiben.
Diane Plotkin leaves her misspelled minutes to Betty
Nancy Cohen leaves her skating ability and a pillow
to anyone who's iust learning how to skate.
Johnny Allen leaves.
The A-9 class leaves Mt. Vernon under the watchful
care of the B-9's, with the hope that they will keep it in
the same state of contented confusion.
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