North Miami Senior High School - Conestoga Yearbook (North Miami, FL)

 - Class of 1961

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O, A i I I ..-.J Presented here are the captured moments- NORTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL North Miami, Florida A f 1 A A-ir. 'N-f xfy Qxxfr xx xi' w X x -x 3 X, i If The 1961 Conestoga 3 Faculty 22 Features 48 Organizations 88 Athletics 162 Classes 196 Advertising 304 . 1 1 M TQ J '.,' 12 . 9 I T V 5 1 J 6 10111212 9 3 6 UWM W iw' A" the year F52 ' r 5,5-:lQX N.x A I l A 'fs 'E ffl' I ,., ,I .MN ni ll X' f tx! X ,PMN 6 M fwgsk V! , I, K fr. f 62515 5, lla X 1l,j1i I ly x X14 If H XX 1 aes' QE, K 3 , 3 1 'a Xxx 1' 4 r 1 ,,' ,Pi 87554 1711155-,K XV Mooj, M, ll I li! I l A 1 if K , 3 '. nl X. X . s if W j 1 K x . N an A-a,.l..a ALMA MATER Oler the fair Atlantic shore The sun fills each new day With hright hopes now And more each morrow For the Green and Gray. To thee we pledge our loyalty, To thee our mind and heart. From thy radiant Green and Gray Our love will ne,er depart. ' i , ,W 1 , 'f 1 If Ujj -zl'jh rtfnasblfijfilifl Q 'W M Y Mfr, win! 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Whether bustling or silent, whether standing proudly and erect in the tropical sun, or glowing softly in the twilight, North Miami High is the colossial scene set for the enactment of a drama entitled, "North Miami . . . School for Memories." 6 'K During mid-term, students study vigorously for examinations. u , 1 V P ss,,aL,,sg The Chemistry Lab is always a very busy place The Senior Walk is a very popular place before morning classes. The Davison Memorial is deserted during aftemoon classes. I P' -in . ' ,A ivnws. A .V f f 4, mv 4..- .rf fi . -'-.A f -,-3, Lf , ,V X X., x,,v,i. V W ., ,,,' ,,-. ,.x , rifle - x X -nu. 2 'N I Y ,Farr 'PVXQ . . .'..' -- .V f fy ak' 7- if ' K 5 ,K f ' ,N '- .., -I-Q ,lx gg, Txflf V, M .-.- 1 4-. 1 ,.. 9, . , ' , .X ,K ,- iN 1'- : ' 'M .-1'.' , H mv. N . , 1 , .' , 1 JTXQ- -.X X P1 Nik I V ' -1. 1' w - 'ff KN f 1 f . x. '.'r"'Tx" 'mf V' - 5' NE V. 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Q Um 3- I .Q- ,,- 'Y N Dwgki K , , . ,wt 1 .-mf - 5f Mg, f-w 0 fy , an I "lay , 4 lk, L- W , ff'- A as W flfffffff -., Saw -i....,3'.,,,i Q I wif mga Students enjoy pleasurable moments on the patio dedicated to the memory of friend and former principal, Paul A. Davison. "Do we really have to learn all the parts of the body'P" wonder tenth graders. A watch ticks. The sun rises and sets. The moon passes through its phases. The months are ripped off a calendar until a year is complete. So man measures time in days, months, years, decades, and cen- turies. In the span of time, we pass from elementary to junior and then to senior high school, September turns to june and then the school years are gone, fads start and end, and magic moments come and go. Nothing, say our scientists and histori- ans, lasts forever. But what about those magic moments, those fads, and those years We spent in high school. Are they gone, forgotten, and lostP Nol An hour spent in class may be only as long as it takes the grains of sand to pass through an hourglass, but the days spent in school will return to us Whenever some question asked in the present relates to knowledge acquired in the past. The fads are remembered when We glance at an Old photograph album and the magic mements are there in the back of our minds to be called forth to enjoy again and again dur- ing the remainder of our lives. The Cinderella of the World of make-be- lieve supposedly lost her ballroom finery when the clock struck twelve. But we need not fear the loss of even one moment for treasured in our hearts and minds ayeithe memories of the finery that dressed our high school years. ' ' 'W' 'f' "9 .Ti 'T"'T1FfkT'mw1w.....n- You must wait a few minutes for the substance to settle. "I hope I'm not too earlyP" says Don Guise. WE i 1 1 "1 0. HC 4: .pw an Students learn by doing in the chemistry lab. Our principal, Mr. Rice, spends many busy hours at his desk. ,vs 1 'NX . -. X X, . ' ' x R, . , 5, X'-xx X' X s .,:F'59"7i 'x",:-"' 95 r 1 X . Lf . ' -gif-fl-.5-C: American Field Service Exchange Students raise our flags. L ' ' ' 'LT7'r..ZTIT7- ev- . :fm Before school starts, the walks around the school are quiet. ljwenff jour olfmi Studying and talking on the phone at the same time is something most students seem to do with no trouble. School begins and Chemistry students are eagerto work on experiments. Alba The football games were always popular after a clay at school. e Q21 7 - I, It me 1 wwf ,V Q ! r 4 6, 1 v, Wifi ' :gg My 15,751,114 'I3 .V W V6 3 . Ml ,,,,,'f' X PN ul fifixfflf 'KIM Crowds cheered and the band played as the Pi0Il66r Alumni were welcomed. Miss Carol Collins! The team battled hard against a surprisingly strong Jacksonville jackson team. I4 'i'H!!"Yl1"7" I We will always remember our Foreign Exchange student, Sten Lilholt. - .- .Z gui!! oz emorg The Green Cheerleaders at the Powder Puff game keep the crowd in good spirits. Z 'Ms m X Homecoming floats were a big attraction at the homecoming game. . E 2 E devoted teachers, who have a special message to convey, and with classmates, who have 'shared many of our experiences, that has colored and en- riched our lives. XVe never realize how much the presence of others means until we think of our- selves as being alone. North Miami has offered us her greatest treas- ure-a store of friendships. It is an inexhaustible store of happiness which will never be fully drained. It is happiness resulting from friendships we were glad to make and will be proud to keep in memory of our years at "the friendliest school in the world." I l I Framed in the doorways, reflected from the tranquil surface of the Senior Pond, and meeting you as you turn a corner in the hall are the faces of the people who make this the living school. People are the warmth, friendliness, and per- sonality of North Miami. Can you imagine what a school would be like if you were the only student I and your teachers were the only teachcrsP How would you feel if you were the sole member of the graduating classP Taking these associates away from us is the same as removing our joy, our sor- row, and. our problems. It is our association with L" Q I I l I 4 ' - -, ,. , A" .r . , J, V sift ' 7 My 3. A 97 5-as ww, i H 1 . I an Friendships that last a lifetime are made on our Senior walk. Music filled the November night as a sparkling crown rested on the blonde curls of Miss Carol Collins, Homecoming Queen. Seniors cheered in the main hall and sang the Alma Mater after our victory over Miami Jackson. Enchanting music drifted across the sands of Tahiti Beach and were swallowed by the vast sea before us at the Luau. Standing room was at a minimum as We cheered the Pioneers to an overtime victory over Miami High in our gym. Big events and small compose An important one heads for the basket. ., - ' ' X 555 Q QM Y. ii x the song we sing as we near the end of a wonder- ful year. W'e have found pleasures awaiting us through- out the year. NVe have shared in the fun and festivities of many events. XVe tore the pages off our calendar and on them were magical dates-the Edison game, the Christmas Ball, and the prom. XVe have walked through the halls and smiled at the people who have helped to make this a most memorable year. Yes, the music of laughter, of merriment, and of life was on our lips as We thril- led to never-to-be-forgotten moments. "Come on, you Pioneers - Beat Edison" Ll ' Qfffefff af' " 17 emu xnvmnmr n nwfwlcr ling, ll D We will remember all the fun we had at picnics. le' ll 'E 1,1 ai 1 -L li Our drama department will be re- membered for their plays and activi- 6 mf, ff f ' WW V W. ff--,Www fvwwgp-mwm vmyw-mfmv , fm rf" my ff f ff-M-awww-ff' f W f , ' 177 qw. 4-f,,,,W,,W ffmfgwvf- ff ff -iz, ff Y' my 5 n f X1 1 ,,, ,I fm 1 f 5 i 2 sf, NVQ, f ft f , , 7 A 1 X2 0 C4 fd H. I I Z I f, wg gg! E141 ily 4 sf 2 gn . 0 X 1 'f , f,,W,,,,WV,-,wffwm ' my-Wfyyiffg, V f .,.,.,mM-,WM,,,, f'frm7f1'V1f'W7"f " , ' vffvm-V-mwwww wwfny ,,MzWzgWp!,77 waging , , ,, A, 44 , . , f fgffvf ,.Q,, f- QA ,MW- f,, fy 'On ami ,,,,,, WWW bww' f ,., wfwvf 4 W I , , of , . -,,, 4 f ff , '7 F I .fn ff' H . .. wffkljfz .4 , ,. ' ' , , If 4' ' xv W , .' Jg,.,,.w V 4 , fzf ., , 1 Q 4 f 4 ,. nm . 14 L , , Q, -, ,, ,,,. Z , UA VV H 0 f , . :rw f -' . ,4 51 an Y magnum:-.Au-H ---nw-1. n Life-R114 -with -L 77 I 2 2 E 5 . The seniors will recall class meetings, picnics, and the other magic moments to remember. The Pioneers live up to the cheer, "Block that kick". The Cray team try to defend the goal by outsmarting the op- posing team in the Powder Puff game. Mr. DeLong presses a point with tongue. V f 74 , ,gi f 9, W 'f , ,:Z:,:,.,. fi C wifm ff- .e ' X g i P , ! L, 7 W i, , , f 9799. Q I ,,., ' ,, , , 4 "" 7 ' P -: mf-Q qkgf-vfggfvf gf,2,2fxMlv-L5M.n,i-bij, , 19 ,jim jjomfeaf of ,aff N i L , S aw vp W 55 2 Q. , - if , 'E rx A We will never forget the wonder of school despite homework and tenn papers. ,jfzese re jk jhingd 0 emem er Football games provide some of our most thrilling moments to remen - -'KI 'F -- A. 'x K . , X R., .,-QV.: N. 1 nf 1 1',yg,,-rr , , ' 'fkb awz' avfhffil-.f,,'ff . . - -Lfgxfag. fzzig- 242131.54 ' , ' ' ' ' 'Y 'A ' ' WH - - H- W fgzzsnm:-f9'F!'.!!:i.. , ,1 mwfmlxrfnmcnmvir 'Ma ""Y E W R :"j"g2.1f it fix 1 All 3 ., as , ' .ff .-j fi ,-ini x 1 31 '-5 Inst as the growth and success of any garden is controlled and aided by the hand of the gardener, so our educational growth is shaped and guided by the able hands of our teachers. Gaining and garnering new ideas, strengthening our beliefs, shaping our philosophy . . . all re- quire the care of our teachers lest we go astray. YVhile our appreciation is not always manifest at the moment, it makes itself felt in the years to come as we look back fondly on the moments our teachers have made come alive for us . . . mo- ments which are treasured and cherished always. FA ULTY 0 W W. E. RICE, Jkw,a.-. j .uw UW' f. ii-'-v-fgfrg-7--.v ' ' .T.,.,,,,J..,,.i. --1 V - W. E. RICE, PRINCIPAL Coupled with a ready wit, a warm smile, a quick sense of humor, is the eternal readiness of this congenial administrator to listen to his students and their problems. Greeting all with his familiar, Welcoming smile, he hears, digests, and dispenses a decision, or kind advice, smoothing balm over a wound or arriving at a decision for a touchy problem. Burdened with the responsibility of administra- tion, the loneliness of decision, the load of details and records, he takes time to attend our activities and sports events, he ever stands ready to listen and to help as our friend and principal. His door is open to all, and in the short time Mr. W. E. Rice has been principal at North Miami High, he has Won the hearts and admiration of all. The principal pauses for a smile for the photographer. is if . ,, ,Ag MN , . x e S is f. si. Mr. Rice buys first license plate. l i L , - Humor and good cheer are part of his stock in trade during an assembly. 25 PXONEE 1 1 DEAN MYRA SEWARD North Miami High School is fortunate indeed Av F 3 'Pt if , .,f,. l '77 T ff 4 Across her desk comes a myriad of paper work. Dean Seward checks an absence excuse. 'x-1 C, if if A 7, H , , :wi 7 , SWK-J if his in having a dean of the caliber of Miss Myra Se- ward. Across her desk come hundreds of absence excuses, requests, and complaints, but she handles all with the ease and skill born of patience and experience. In addition to the burdensome task of checking absentees, Miss Seward has the unpleasant task of disciplining our girl students, but again her pa- tience and understanding are seen at work. i Our gracious dean encourages the girls to un- burden their troubles to her, and she always has a sympathetic ear and a word of comforting advice. 0 R DEA . . . Telephone and records are part of daily routine. i 2 3 Zz "N--44:-Q -.aa . as V U 4-al.-if - za 5 itegifgfnf t 3 fish J' ' ' , ',fi"Ea fi . ,. ' ""- 1- -.5 xxx. ,Z k'Zf21F!ZfT5:.,- .1 , .. :avi DEAN RICHARD J. HENLEY One of the pioneers at North Miami Senior High School is Dean Richard I. Henley, an educator of long standing in Dade County. There is no end to the problems facing him each day, an interminable procession of troubles and difficulties, but his cheerful smile never de- serts him, and he makes major woes into minor ones. Absences, records, student achievement, teach- ers' problems, all are handled with an enviable ease which bespeaks skill and confidence. Unusual indeed is it -to find a man who so com- mands the respect of the boys even after neces- sary discipline, but our remarkable dean is a true friend to Whom our students may always come for counsel and comfort. an inspiration Dean Henley greets the students each day with his an- nouncements. XFX f"w A fa fu W The dean has a ready smile for all. Helping students is only on of the dean's many tasks. U M A , ,, , V,,.,l , g i 5.7. . " 1 3 rf ,M u , -.. .. , . ...nw . ,, ..- : Ed Q -U59 -,,,N1 'PDIHII '...,I.l. .nan-.A n-.utna ...V Inman, 'I AZN! Mrs. Myers, Curriculum Assistant, poses for the Conestoga. 28 Our Night Principal is Mr. Peters. ,, T' Mrs. Meredith, Curriculum Assistant, plans for the day's work. Mr. Lipscomb is the Head of Student Activities. He coordi- nates school functions. I., , - ....gsi,-.f., GUIDA CE DEPARTME T To serve the student body and to help meet both their academic and social needs is the aim of the Guidance Department. Under the direction of Mr. Bullington, these friendly counselors en- courage students to come in and discuss their pro- blems and future plans. College-bound students will find an unlimited amount of information available. This year for the first time, a scholarship orientation program was coordinated by Mrs. Brown for the benefit of seniors. Those students not planning to continue their education may also receive helpful information con- cerning job opportunities, and many are placed in good positions after graduation by the school. Another important service performed by our counselors is to acquaint new students with life at North Miami Senior High School and to en- courage them to participate in the many activities of the school. Each year because of their efforts, hundreds of new students are made to feel at home in the afriendliest school in the world." OUR GUIDANCE COUNSELORS are: Mr. Hyme, Miss Colwell, Mr. Schwemmer, Mrs. Cadwallader, Mr. Peete, .V , V," , ,,., . .'- ' I ' Y '18 wi 4 gf- ' AM, H 'l .-if ,ef -.2711-fs 'Q ' A fr .:f.fr'xrr-2' M1 Q . 1 H 'rf P' Q2 " 5.afA.1 af ff 6 sw . fri' 1 f W-f 43325 'km r , -14 area W5 V ma gif 'C SL . 4 4255.52 ' -L f gs K t 4 if M 'f ' .4 HL , - F' 1 . f- r 531 ' f mf 'iz' 'I - . - A' f f f . 'nn-MY-Y --I Here are found answers to many questions for seniors. Miss Hill, Mr. Cox, Mrs. Brown, and Mr. Bullington, chairman. 1 , ,'v '4' 1, -f.. f ,:,, gf.1fiff4,:, 'TJ dnpp. ,,aJ . , BUSINESS ED CA TIO Stepping into the business world, graduates of North Miami Senior High School have been pre- pared by our Business Education Department. Students are offered training in every phase of busi- ness education. The skills of typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping are taught along with instructions on the use of many business machines. There is also on-the-job training for seniors. In the morning they attend classes and during the remainder of the day they work in various positions in the community. This training enables the student to cope with the problems they will encounter in the realm of business. Here, the students employ the results of long hours of tedious drill, of pecking typewriters, frantically taking dictation, and Work- ing with seemingly endless rows of numbers. Young people prepared in this department are equipped to take their place among the Working population of the World. XVe are proud of our BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPART- MENT: Mrs. Joyner, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Ketzle, Mrs. Reed, Miss Steele. STANDING: Miss Rose, Mrs. Bucher, Mrs. as Mrs. Hinshaw does a tremendous job as head of the Busi- ness Education Department. Bertok, Mr. Schwem- chainnan, and Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Scalise, Mrs. Aspinall, Mr. mer, Mr. Marconi, Mrs. Hinshaw, Schmaus. ,1 - -A 1 ' B I 'A - , . ,.,., ,.,. , S' r"' -- ff Y ' ' "" "" "T '-. ' u-ntl - 1 f'i..-Il." . T..--'1 Q i- Q I . "-I .91 I 4 'jr ' - A ff Kita 'J 1 'M rf 'S 9 "' . Q' gk ,,,, 63 -if 'ggi ' at xg, lg T: 1551 3 r lf . .xi ' 42 F .. 4 'W 6 -f'u3' V ,... -'il' W .. . " A 2. .W 'errx f' Q 272-- ' - 1 f . :lpn I ...K is .,,f .juli 1 ' .-A.-3 I Q .. ' ,ES X I A , A r 23 '7F.t..l4 1 . . L ,-vii, Mists' . 'N f' 30 . .,s,.. Attractive as well as efficient are our SECRETARIES: Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Permenter, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Fortney, Miss Martin, Mrs. Stair, Mrs. Rolirer, Mrs. Dallinger, Mrs. Moore, and Mrs. Campbell. NVhether We are checking out a book or com- pleting research Work, We can enlist the help of our skilled librarians, Besides maintaining an orderly library, the librarians teach students the use of the card catalog and the classification of books. As students scan the shelves, selecting their books, or browse through the well-stocked refer- ence rooms, they become increasingly more aware of the excellent facilities available to them. This awareness leads to student cooperation, and co- operation is a channel through which thanks may be expressed for the efforts of our librarians. Students are able to find their books and information more easily with the help of Mrs. Klingrneyer, Mrs. Laperriere, and Mrs. Bultman. T x ECRETARIE NVith the aid of each spoke, the wheel turns. Our school secretaries are the spokes that keep the wheel of activities at North Miami High run- ning smoothly. The club treasurers depend upon Mrs. Fortney to help keep their books straight. College-bound students are well acquainted with Mrs. Moore, the secretary in charge of transcripts, and our regis- trar, Miss Martin, keeps the "school rolli' correct. Mr. Rice relies on Mrs. Campbell, his secretary, to assist him with administrative duties. To the tune of files banging and switchboards buzzing, our secretarial staff is the back- bone that supports our effi- cient school system. LIBRARIANS The librarians' load is eased by students help during the busy hours of the day. gg-nv:--'1,. ,K " 31 ENGLISH Fascinating, intricate, and distinct . . . language is the difference between man and the lower ani- mals. Through language, bridges and skyscrapers are built, medicines discovered, and all life con- tinued. Man calls upon it to aid him in his quest for knowledge. He employs it as an implement to build and create, but sometimes he wields it as a weapon of destruction. English has many phases, all of which are thoroughly covered by these teachers. Grammar, which must be mastered to understand the basic principles of English, is stressed throughout the year. Appreciation and familiarization of the "Great Works' of literature enriches our cultural education. Due to our large student body, our school also offers English by television. These classes have a half-hour program on television and a daily follow- up by the classroom teacher. Honors English is taken by students in the tenth through the eleventh grades, These courses give to our students a deeper meaning of our English heri- tage. The English teachers pictured below are: Mr. Murray, Mrs. Hicks, Miss Sunkel, Mr. Marin, Miss Barry, Miss XVhelp- 'W'-X-... Mr. Charles Cornell is the chairman of the English Depart- ment. ton, Mr. Wohlgemuth, Miss Grantano, Mrs. Davis, and Mr Miller. These are our 10th grade teachers. r- 'Z VV: aa., g Q M I . -,f,, f. ' f, ,V , 7 ' , ,425 32 ,, f f"1',f' ,.,fi7C" , ,fag 4, M., ,L , i-M'-"' . 22123 My -w- l W U15-'mfffi r-fllvunnuhn-Q., YJ., 4 5,3 I . PICTURED ABOVE are our llth grade English teachers. They are: Miss Mastropaolo, Mrs. VVingerd, Mr. Seese, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Niles, and Mrs. Crew. PICTURED BELOW are our 12th grade English teachers They are: Mr. Murray, Miss Stalnaker, Mrs. Lanius, Mrs Gaetano, Mrs. Bowman, and Mr. Miller. .ff lx ,Z , f we 4 f . , ,7 .,-.vga Mais h V I - FOREIGN LA GUA GE Se habla Espanol! On parle Francais! Man spricht Deutsch! l'll'B0l'HM lTll- TYCCKM VVe speak many languages. All of them are the keys to universal friendship. VVithout language we couldn't meet new people or make new friends. Language spans the distance between countries and strengthens the bonds between them. North Miamians, realizing the value of a World at peace, have incorporated into our curriculum a fascinating and intensive foreign language program. The curriculum includes four years of the language of our Latin American neighbors, four years of French, four years of Latin, three years of German, and two years of the language most recently of- fered, Russian. In an attempt to promote friendship, North Miami Senior High participates in the American Field Service Program. Annually our students raise money to send a North Miami student to a foreign country. Since orr program originated in 1957, we have sent students to Turkey, Germany, and Denmark. Our school has been visited by students from Holland, Denmark, Germany, and Japan. Capable is the word for our foreign language instructors: Mrs. Whelpton, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Atwood, Mrs. Doran, Mrs. Nicholas, Mrs. Beal, Mrs. Steinberg, Miss Kennedy, 'lmlkyv , "37'P:f 6' ,,. ri. fu r v iv H F ' ' . f f i I A ' reagirgg 'nigga l W r wwf r r' .1 Q. gal' If -f "J ' . , fl' it fiffi 1 -A .K V ,755-r5.5 , 3. tp, , 1 Miss students an QLAUW Cback rowj Mr. MacDonald, r. Murphy, s. Hand, and Mr. Peterson. Untiring in her efforts in the SPEECH DEPARTMENT, Mrs. Hicks has brought many honors to North Miami through her classes and her sponser-ship of the National Forensic League. PEECH A D DRAMA Mr. Delong's philosophical ideas, accompanied by a far- reaching knowledge of art aid his students to an insight into life as well as art. In this day of automation, Mrs. Gaetano guides the fu- ture's writers with skill and patience, and her crowded classes exemplify her victory over apathy. f f Q, :rf . r ' , 'Q 44 . Q X Mbna-sumthin: 5 ,j ' .. Z4-',,..-""" 1 ,,.- are X.. g , . - ' - Q ..,V . rs A 31 75' ..,,.... I ,...,. ....., t Mp F As any member of an audience or any actor in a dramatic presentation this year can firmly attest, Mrs. Davis's ac- complishments in drama have been truly supurb, CREATIVE WRITI G Through the stroke of a brush, words of a speech or dialogue, development of a publication the pleasure of Creative Art is found. Our cultural development through the arts leads us to appreciate the things around us. The guidance of teachers in these departments has lead us to greater ascetic appreciation and to a fuller life. To some, these classes have served as an inspiration. To others experience in these fields will be used in later life. To all, they are the tool of self-expression. Behind the busy desk and occupied expression, is the head of our publications department, Mr. Niles. The watchdog- and-chief of the Pioneer and Conestoga, his unbounding energy and effort has insured development of journalism in our school. x .PVI hs' W A If , HOMEMAKING Amid the snapping scissors, perforated patterns and shining sinks, work our Home Economics teachers. These teachers prepare our girls for the important task of managing a household. The Home Economics Department is divided in- to two basic paths of study. The girls may choose between well-rounded courses in either cooking or sewing. These comprehensive courses include such units as child care, grooming, dating, and interior decorating. Study in this area will enable girls to perform tasks ranging from elementary to the most complex activities of a homemaker. '5'ffl'ig I i', A w l The Homemaking teachers are seated above. They are: Mrs. Hogsett, Mrs. XVarren, and Mrs. Moore. 36 3 t--. -i ,. aff Mrs. Hogsett is the head of the Home Economics Depart- ment. These students listen attentively as Mrs. Moore explains the uses of the stove. . I if ' X.. Q, Q Mr. WVomack heads the Industrial Arts Department. INDUSTRIAL ART As the skilled hands of the master potter shape the soft clay on his wheel, so the skilled hands of our industrial arts teachers mold the minds and shape the abilities of their students. Students interested in arts and crafts find out- lets for their interests in this program. Some of their many projects, Wooden trays, leather acces- sories, jewelry, and metal bowls, may be seen on display at the Industrial Arts Exhibition each year. Industrial Arts is responsible for increasing the creative ability of the students and teaching them many new and enjoyable skills. This course intro- duces young people to new fields of interest which will open the door to many different occupations. These are the Industrial Arts teachers. They are: Mr. Crisswell, Mr. Zellers, Mr. NVomack, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. DeLong. all -N Fl Wi 37 3 -eff ' x 3 M fd Jw. Mr. Gregory of the orchestra and Mr. Dutton of the chorus show that music really is fun. IC That music hath charm to soothe the breast of savage beast is amply made manifest with the marvelous music department at North Miami. Pro- viding stirring marches and novelties at the foot- ball games, presenting thrilling half-time shows, producing inspiring vocal and instrumental con- certs throughout the year are just the normal ac- companiment to sound teaching of music and music appreciation on the part of our three fine music teachers. Year after year our orchestra, chorus, and band bring home honors and acclaim from their com- petition with other schools in the state of Florida. They have proved that culture excels at North Miami just as physical prowess on the gridiron, court, and track. The student body at our school owes a great debt to Mr. Alexander, Chairman of the Depart- ment, Mr. Gregory, and Mr. Dutton for providing beautiful and splendid music. 38 Many honors have come to our music department under the fine and friendly leadership of Mr. Robert Alexander. " ,qu 4. I., wif' -..I D-. CIE CE 1961 , . . a year of achievement in all areas . . . with the scientific field in the lead. Our Science department has not neglected this fact. WVith the aid of well-informed teachers and modern labora- tory equipment, our science students are learning abut the world around them. Students of biology divide their time between laboratory work and textbooks. This program gives the students a solid foundation in their work. They can also continue to advanced biology, a very extensive course, to prepare for college. Symbols, equations, and experiments are familiar terms to Chemistry students. They study the com- position of the common things we take for granted. A yearly project is giving the students an un- known substance, and with the knowledge they have acquired, they identif this unkown. A new colle e lysic cours has been incor- porated into ou ric m thi ar. Practical ex- periments fill a ge r of NIR ysics schedule. Our Scienc ep r ent is dogni nt of the need eweww-lllnmnnv Vt ' ' f. , . gtrrdm is QQ. ...... . ,x ,M , M V , ...., ,,... , . .. V, ,,,, ,.,, Q 3 H - . ' "'t :7 ' 2 , 3, I A, - .h M A as f 1 for new scie ists, by nstant rejuvenating the progr , the 'ap pr are our students for ' ' ' 1 1 I Scientific eel. . ,V Mr. Spencer with his friendly smile heads a fine SCICHCS I , department. fllyl OJ Q Qrel seen Ju of their labs are our Science teachers: Mrs. Luck, Mrs. Voss, Mr. Viviano, Mrs. Hunt, Mr. Darrow, Mr. arm Mr. Basnett, Miss Boyarsky, Mr. Spencer, Mr. Roth, and Mr. VVilliams. . 'vp 1'9" at .5 I ' , f W 5' Z N . 'Z TS T l 54 at A4 .W P' 39 MA TH NVhy does TI equal 3.149 Wfhy is the sum of the angles of a triangle equal to 18009 Lastly, why do we study mathematics at allP These are just three of the many questions asked in our mathe- matics classes each day. The Mathematics Department in our school in- cludes courses ranging from basic math through Algebra and Geometry to Solid Geometry, Trig- onometry and Math Analysis. Under the direction of Mrs. Branhan, Department head, our mathe- matics department serves several purposes. Not only does it prepare students for advanced college work but it also equips others with a working T , V. '15 f' " 'x knowledge of a subject they will employ all their A M- v V lives. Fw. North Miami students have Won several awards - .4 in the Science Fair in the field of Mathematics. . Q' Last year a senior mathematics student was awarded ' T - Ehe Silver Knight Award for excellence in this ield. Questions are Waiting to be answered, and prob- Mrs. Branhan heads our outstanding Math Department lems are still to be solved in this wonderful World My of mathematics, and the students of today will be 5967! Q7 ,ocfafkx the mathematicians who solve them tomorrow. ' 1 , rl Pictured below are some members of our Mathematics Department: Mr. Sems, Mr. Nord- meyer, Mr. Williams, Mrs. Spell, Mr. Moore, Mrs. Temple. Mr. NVeyant, and Mr. Berrong. MQW A . Q -fi f 40 I XX!! Members of the Mathematics Department shown here are Mr. Com, Mr. Klein, Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Sloan, Mrs. Bran- han, Mrs. Ruskin, Mr. Blotcher, Mr. Hindmarsh. ,. .1 5 i 7.....,...,,.,,m.m.W...,W..,.- 4 A U b These teachers believe in making mathematics live as is shown in this typical work from the students of the department. Ai '11 'Ns ' 9 , . ,...We:,m-- 'V' dv "-N. SOCIAL STUDIE Man's relation to man is a long pondered enigma . . . and the answer will be the sword to cut the master knot of human fate. In the study of history, sociology, and psychol- ogy, our students are daily meeting the challenge of this question, and in the class discussions are finding answers to this and other questions, As our scholars delve into their study of the social sciences, they are gaining much valuable in- formation about manls past . . . and his nebulous future. Molding the minds of social studies students is the re- sponsibility of Mr. Herbst, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. Price, Mr. ..4:f- ,V V, , Y V 1113.1 ,. N , 1 rm-'X A4 The many details of administration in the Social Studies department are in the hands of efficient Mr. David Perrin. Murrell, Mr. Hyrne, Csittingj Mr. Duncan, Mr. Tierney, and Mr. Cellen. 4 y fi It gggryf x W, gl " vm I' ' .d-SW fi gxxgiv, at -V A.YT'vgr A H r t I vV2,,A I .- l r 5' f 'fi' r - if! jr t gl 'Q if Zak. i Q A ' F ' L zb If fi 42 V-1 ' 'Cfi. TK1u Jkwnera '- .r " " .rywizfl X i X X f ' 1 'E i N. 'lv'-q':lth in . ffuif. " 14552 E, ,i 15, 1 tv.-.hikes ,. , gf i if kb ' Yi I ."x4' ! 1' -Q 'lk A ffifm, fy .5 4- wif- uw ka ,ix 4 x in ' 5 W nh' I 35. Four male members of the department are: Mr. Brady, Mr. Price, Mr. Sullivan, and Mr. Edge. ,,, ,4 ,, ,E an Social Studies teachers pictured below are Mrs. Grantano, Mrs. standing: Mr. Manze, Mr. Garth, Mr. Perrin, and Mr. Rabinowitz, Matheson, 1, A i- faik .V fa- -1:w2vx--ff-1-g-g-e- K Mrs. Jordan Q15 Q F. if-V,-.15 lid X PHY ICAL ED CATION DEPARTMENT i "Q xg WIQ4 'IVS ini . um If :snug f- if K apt, -' . , fs, .- x' fl Members of our Physical Education Department are: Coach XVilliam Swettman, Coach XVard Burgess, Coach Howard Auer, Coach Casper Cicio, Coach joseph Bogart, Coach mmm MMM PHY ' ,F S. an "HUP axon .- .- ...fe 7. 5 li John Gilbert, Mrs. Barbara Conrad, Mrs. Doris DeLabar, Miss Ineke Veiling, Mrs. Mary Bone, Coach lack Clark, Mrs. Mable Bradd, Coach jack DelBello. Although it may appear that building strong bodies is the primary aim of the physical education program, equally important aims at North Miami are building confidence and instilling a sense of sportsmanship in each student. The physical education program at North Miami includes every type of sports activity. Included in the program are all the major sports. Boys enjoy football, basketball, baseball, and volleyball. Cirls develop skill in softball, basketball, and volleyball. Both girls and boys participate in the physical fit- ness program. Students also have an opportunity to bowl, to swim, and to take part in the gym- nastics program. Cood citizens are built through this program which encourages students to rely upon themselves and to recognize the rights of others. Coach XVard Burgess is head of the Physical Education Department. A gm.. VOCA TIO AL ARTS Machines are manifestations of man's creative- ness and inventiveness. They have shortened his work-day and lengthened his life. They have made lifedeasier and provided more comforts for man- kin . Machines are the tools which make men's dreams realities. Mountains are moved and canyons made with these products of man's mechanical mind. North Miami is favored, indeed, to have Well- equipped shops where our boys may master the use of machines and tools under the watchful guid- ance of men, expert not only as experienced teach- ers, but as men who have also made their mark in the world of machines. While the vocational arts courses are designed primarily for those planning to enter a vocation on graduation, they are also of tremendous value to those students planning to enter technical train- ing at college or university, for such courses as electronics, aeronautics, auto mechanics, and agri- culture are offered. Chairman of the Department is Mr. Lydzinski Members of the Department are: Seated, Mr. Hakam, Mr. Upthegrove, and Mr. Boden. Standing: Mr. Lydzinski and Mr. Lamont. Not Pictured is Mr. l l s Sistrunk. K l I l 5 1 I l Q 1 l l 5 I w 1 l I l -'-4 -efw-'vm-xx l 45 is SPECIAL Offering a veritable multitude of services are a number of people Whose duties are specialized or who are members of more than one department in teaching area. The great number of students in the television classes requires additional clerical assistance, the collecting and grading of papers, the checking of at- tendance, and the thousand other de- tails of every class. These services are ably performed by the TV Aides, pic- tured at right. They are Mrs. Long, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Scott, and Mrs. Powers. wmv-v A true angel of mercy is Miss Yvette Soucy, our school nurse, . . . . , . for through the doors of her clinic come hundreds of students 3353521335 iqlxglfgaseiilgggiedknogledge m each day. All ills from scrapes to appendicitis are cared for by derstandmg and kindness is tfat 12212 fdrzceiwgjj MISS Soucy' Wood Stark who handles our Special Education 46 department for those students who experience difficulty in hearing, speaking, seeing or loco- motion. f f ff ffff fi , i f W iff fqzi f f ff! X f W ffffgifff ff X7 W if A '. vm' ' 'WZ . Z M 1-V 4 f HW .5 , .af U may .uf fi.g,i'g.,.f',fFW'2Wgf fe rf 1 f ff "1 41 Q , f f 'MM' 'mf wx 24,-7 A 4 W f 0 ' ' i ' 'f . 464- L., f fyg. I Q, ff-4 ,X Q! , f,, f ' 1 f ' Z 4 : ' , 5 - c f f . f f' ' ,Z 4 , 7 1, , f 7 X 3 , X df' VMWGW I A W,,n4"'W .. I ""'WM, . . , 1 , ' 77' 'Z' , if 'W if i "5' y i it , qi if 2 45 . W M ,iff ,gt '1g61i,,,-Q, ' Af, for r A ' M A" 'V 4453 'fi' ,:.5 ' ' ' " -' ' ia ' Q li v T , Ab x if ' 1 r .T Q . ' fr ' ' Y " f F E g Q '4 lvfg A " CAFETERIA Nourishing meals and a balanced diet are pro- vided by the cafeteria staff under the direction of Mrs. Florence Perko. Our cafeteria staff is: Mary McCoy, Edna Clark, Iulia McNeely, Evelyn Stamp, Allie Foster, Agnes Wolcott, Aretha Stafford, Edna Neuly, Marie Moureau, Dorothy Muthart, Julia Black, Gertrude Snowden, Viola Murphy, Ruby Coosey, Betty Servatt, Frances Finney, Belle Atzel, Willie Pearl Bailey, Gladys Sockton, Elizabeth Green take time out from their busy day. Martha Cowens, VVilla Dennen, Jimmy Brown, Evelyn Gwynn, Dorothy Miller, Anna O'Neill, Mar- agaret Roberts, Edith Russel, Jessie Smith, Ada Souden, lean Stianchi, Mae Diehl, Dorothy Gros- swald, Maragaret Iohson, Irene Gabrial, Ann Pap- endick, Grace Sconiers, Lennie Van Eck, Mary Cline, Lessie Mae Smith. MAIDS Always doing their never-ending job, the maids, Willie Pearl Bailey, Gladys Stockton, and Elizabeth Green, take time to say 'hello' to the students of North Miami High. These maids have many tasks set before them each and every day. They dust the rooms, clean windows, polish glass, and many other tedious tasks. They work from the time they arrive at the school until the time they leave. 47 1 ,- 2 1 M- .,.W..,.,,,,, ...W , . 1 mea! qv-an vu. ,B 4 fn ,Vi bil .. .4 T. .4 1 b ., w 5 4 ' X r 4 ,E ff f , 9 o 7 7 w f bv-A ' 4 Hi ' 5- The class room is crowded into the background and textbooks forgotten in the limbo of oblivion as we follow each glorious float through the Home- coming parade, as we thrill to the excitement of the announcement of the superlatives, or as we anxiously await the judge's decision as he pores over the beauty photographs. Among our most cherished memories are those associated with the features of our school year, for a necessary accompaniment to the class room is the active participation in our school's activities. Who can forget the thrill of becoming one of the honored "Pioneers, or hearing onels name float across the night air as the Homecoming Queeni' Who can prevent the tingle of excitement on awaiting the outcome of the Silver Knight compe- tition'P ' These are an integral part of our education, and a most important section of our school day mem- ories. FEATURES zw'."i.g.4, .Ms 1 . aga r -M ' l f V211 l is A 'I ll 4 1 "1 F 5' ,, wi., E143 ,471 ,xii .lf L. X, 'yy--urn' ' Vw Exhausted and drenched Cheerleaders still to sing the Alma Mater at halftime. in ,VM 5-if 13-X A 4 1 wwe- ' V Vg, - Z A ,lk.' ,, , 1. W ' , ,n 1. 1. I Z : M, L- A-PM se ff ,Q ,Q Q Q 0 4 v . lf ,war have the spirit . X ills. First place goes to our Honor Garde who perform during the halftime show at every football game. North Miami wins their first victory in the Orange Bowl over Edison 14-O. P w-'f'-- v K : '1 lbx A 1' ' ' ' gig.-2 ' . f Q 3 ., fe H U, Q , Wa .e fvf F ae,a Qi' fl! " X Coach Sullivan, Defensive Line Coach, gives the Pioneer boys last minute instructions before the game begins. Even the rain can't drench the North Miami Pioneers spirt and enthusiasm. Cheerleader Kathy Broe and Pioneers Bub- ba Howell, Mike Henry and Sandy Reese watch nervously at the kick-off. ,Y fy, , ' "Q 1, 'f , , , , V, I ,'3f27f'f'51'5VZ,fff iwfxjf-af 124' wiki' 'Efff,A9"iZfjtLkZ774,hT65' x . . , f f , J,f, ,,,, f , V, !,,w. ,,7s V 1 , - I . -xr ' wwf, , , , ,, 7 Myne X4fw,p,f.g4q.W,,44:ff ,,4.:,W4,4. - - W m.,-.vf fr 'W W E-f1ff,fl' 5"qSf ' - . 'wwf' 95 I 'WW ,f 545 ya ,ff W W 5.-4:-.fm f ww ,ff ,f ,y,w,qf,- ,f ,ffm-fp! 4 ,, f f f HOMECO I 1 court and thelr escorts half tlme show. 'I'l1c lilmxry float was one of tln- lJt'illlfll.lIl floats lvzmturccl in thu Ilmnmrcomiug Purzldc. I QYGQW v! LM02 EAD luv' 2 Anil:-Vi-. 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W inf hi f ,H my g el' ',-nf ,Q ' MI- id '4 W ,.,, K A,-, . ,, 4 f' ,Q 1iiP1,,,f4f ' N ' -I -J-4,5 vi ,3 Q 'V ,fl M' ' -'Jw f 1 , , 1 ' 'f 47f,m,,'-2' , 'Wg ,W ' 'Zi J- " SH AHO XM , 79"- f 2 ew WW --gi 'unu- 3' R 1. 1 mul' ' ,'3':, avg gun .fl , . 5 CUTEST BONNIE RANCH and- IIM SICKLER a. X ,Lg ' A - - -wmm'mz mmrnTA - v :I - 71 542 -.,, . if 1 1 gy, W-ww! 'iffy .K X 1 xx x 1 xi Hi X its wx. K S if ,S Q X W ' XY' Bobby Darin, top recording star, judged our Miss Conestoga Contest. After five days of difficult judging, Mr. Darin Chose Miss Flora Io Chandonet as MISS CONESTOGA OF 1960. 1 4 1 A . 4 tii,s i f ,, , fr. , l f ,fr -aL:.Vfm,f', , -' f' . ff CAROL HOLMES GLENDA DANIELS DIANE LESSNER SANDY KANE LESLIE REGIS BONNIE RANCH PAULETTE YUHAS DONNA STEPHENSON 5 .V , 4 .v iq ' . 'FL -2 41. n ,x,w-..,h,,.- , :v-M Y f M atest single honor a North Miami Semor g c o an his gears at North Miami is to be pronounced a ioneer in t at the end of his senior year faculty personnel meets in secret session to choose the four boys a middle of each academic year, a selected committee of admt rl , if the senior class who to then' mtnds have made the greatest c o the school LOHBBM 'loneef phtlosophy is simple to the pomt of perfectton. Each st ft senses an outstanding trout or charaeteriutsc unequaled in devel a j 81' l ' ' student at North Maami The combined traits of the erght per il fit of the Pioneer the :deal North Mmmi boy or girl who adv to constitute a mythical being which we of North Miami l 5 . "' ' a . rr. A- sf achievement, and ushadoweth himself to give light to others." 6 fi' ",.- " ,,-4. r' ' ye t 'rnahszwzreudmc ' 1 ' '. -- all I! N 11- A , , X- ' fu THE 1961 PIONEERS x 5' if 9 Patricia Hunt .funn ltp ill' f-1 AH James Chaplin 'YV A Roberta Lipsemmb Steve Long HVHI1 Helium! 3 5 Q L43 ff, f 1 2 Q W ,V 1 we QQW5, M 4 M W wliyffk w X AM.azm A., y M, Vg! w e gy ,U ,6 Xjfn v., 41,57 ,QW ni' W' ,K wh' Nz xx f if QM As 'R if Q 1 YV. iii, 4- x ' ' 3 wx f f . 1, ' ff f ,,.., .1 ,,f.,., N "HW-' WM' - 2,-My 1- www- ' 4 4 .4 32410 P - f 'Www ff,W7L9ffW 'zlf2'F"f E73 . ,.-, ff-,uypkyh Niaiff' f, . "Z-fiffz . f6,,9Z ,5 '-' ' Z w,,w3.Vf5,47-f.y,w,,gy4! .W V 'U' , , , .gm iw ,Q W, JZ, ..pg,g. 3 45 4 ,W .1 - , 'lf Lf'VT'W'f9:a -::fwfff:, ' L ' .QL,L T ,,, 4 , V S teve Long wrgiy-s M. 5. ,:u v. 1 . :Iv XSS 79 - 1 ff , ,. ,- R.5:2"52TJ!i RT - sf, M zz gysi , 1 , W" "f' ,,,g " xg' , ff.,' J. ,, VM K 6 49 2 3 ,.,, ,, , ,, vmM,,W,,.,.N,.,,,m,,,,.,,, ,A E 3'-W-M .A,. AA.A, , 4 ' L1 1 1 .,.M.,m-m.M,,,.,W 3 5 2 .,,,--f' J 80 '.,,, ae W-M.. W,.,..,,,.,m,,,1v f , ,,,, -Q , fa. .--uf-lclfz-'Y -A s Il NUS :uw I x Q w ww. VQI- It I X 'A 'nv " , rx ,fr f W! ,fy I 1 5. -,,!,.7f'Q15 1 X57 llfx, , , , m LJfuw gf ,Q fJ5 fQg,j,j, 81 Donald Perlin ff Q. ' in r-7' v -1- X ""'1f'A 'V 5 - " ' ' ' ' ' ' 'L . " ' l:gi9,ml""', sl I ":.1",gv f,b ' aw s-11 .-n .81 ,111 Q1 QS li 4 A1 lim lax 4 l Y ,f 41 -s - , - ' - .. .ff .1 .-,,v - , h V f..- . .4 A .-, , an Z,- . .Amr . . . -1 W lfW,.,,f L - 1' . '- X , f' Q 41' 1' '-r ..' . f' V 5- -.'., Z tw ., . , , I ' N -.- . ' 1- ,gif Q iff" XX gf WL'-f"'A-ss 4 I a A , 'T s nf' , V ' J I, V V t f N - f, .1 x 4 ki I X X ix. , , mx,x0,,!, V 1 'r'- f I . , . - , . I ,' .- :C f 7' ,j-:.' Xsfyy! f Q K: R Y' gf X V K 'I G 'I M 4 f, X- , pf " f V-1 - , , r -.1 . f V: H , , , . I 5 I . , 1 74, l . , M -M-Lee-N-M L 3 ,-xr -J M. yr ,4 X, 'M ,J I f ' i - , . , f a ' V Y K ' ' f , ' 'fifl f 4 .X - , .N , , I X 1'fR'Z' , , ' , f, h , ,, .'-"'r- ffx X, 'Nl 1-f , if , , A 1 ' f 2 f 4, ' 1 f g f'f,7. Wllllam Roberts ,gp Q7' yr Q A ww 4 gig 2 ' .vi '. ' 1 1 5 413, Ekw G E .xg . 'ik f 'Sff :J ,ws , - si ' f My M. .,, as ., H, ,I gif X, gf 1 Q41 1 .'.,,,-' , -M-14. M 85 XVendy NVeiss takes a cat-nap on the Senior Walk. 1. 'WEA . 5 A. Q K if H v ' i "VVhat did you sayP" asks Sharon Usinger to Bev- erly Dickerson, "I have water in my earlv Sal Mastropaolo looks bored-what's wrong, Sal, doesn't I ff ' M ',,,4l,0:l1M , 7' ' "1 , J ' 'W 92' ,, M, A ,L Wil ' f fi girl's physical education interest youP xx f X Z 6 i X , Xnf N ,:,. ---A"--r I. .. 'iw ' s' si Ti 5 -3 x F, I A n in i Mir- 'F 1, 1571 . - . E tm qkux-15:3 -iff 86 "lt's all right," says Linda Plant and Jim Sickler, weire seniors." I A ut ' U... The 1960-61 Homecoming Courtg Vicki XVeitl'1om, Candy Collins, Sharon Dow- dle, Sandy Reese and Bunny XVilliams. Even in the rain Sharon Jones takes time for a nlipsiick break." ,,..A ,Wx 117 "Three little maids from school are we .... ," say Sandy Morici, Connie Prater, and Rosemary Dorta. "Mmm that looks good!" say Candy Campbell relaxes with a magazine. MU" as she I , - me was 1 22 - ' ,fu f,,. J X L 1 E X am "S! 15313 'Q' - .Qs -. A - S A "V'i'3' l'l35 - ' e,,,' f i : .l,l w , lv 1 A 5 ' " ' :.- ' I ' 7 P: ' v, , 2 r S F-xxx-. , Y A .H Wh 1 1,1-'f' V lx 'X 'a 5. hu Q ay rg ,,,, .f, 3 f WW L. . .-,,..., - --- 1- - .. . ,, V S - , fm M.'.7"'5'77', 'f ' V . K X :,Q1,i,QE,1g-,gY!5i,1gi,!-life' , , W K - 51 5 fi I..-. Not all our learning comes from the class room, for we learn from all we see and hear and do. Certainly one of the most productive of our sources of education is in our school organizations, for here We find the individual absorbed by the whole with all Working for the common good. Here We learn to bury self and work with others for the goal of the group, making work the princi- ple of democracy. Here we learn that the individu- al is not all, but an integral part of every organiza- tion, here we learn the importance of every mem- ber contributing his share in arriving at decisions and translating those decisions into positive action. Here are found millions of memories: memories of intimate committee meetings, heated elections, serious discussions, consultations with our advisors, and social revels in our parties . . . all form the pattern of moments we Want to remember. ORGANIZATION ' , .- gg ,..L.. . - bw ual' ,FS W, V . , i v t t K it , . W.-.yn w........, .W ,t .r , . ,- Q alif j , .gs 454 3. , " ' 3, A,A," ,Q-ijfir 6 f if X .. ,, ' ff 2 54, I 1 f ff ,j f -1 an f I , v, X , 3, M414 WWW X 'af xxygxxf , I7 ' Don Perlin President A 1, y X, yi . , rf-V .-f V . ' ' '- :sr ..', " " E 'I' 2: 'l Vx 1' Q - s' -' ,.f':, . , ' V' V' F, Don Dickerson Sandy Reese Marcia Traband Ray Contreras Mr. Lipscomb Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Advisor STUDE T COUNCIL This year the Student Council has taken on new importance as the largest and one of the most important organizations in the school. Responsible for guiding the school activities of 3,300 North Miami High students, the Student Council operates through representatives of each homeroom. New this year is a cabinet which serves with the elected officers on the executive board. Services performed by Student Council include a Friendship WVeek, Spirit VVeek, Poinciana F esti- val, an orientation assembly, pep rallies, the Alumni Dance and the Student of the Month program. Handbooks, decals, license plates and ribbons are sold in order to raise money. North Miami High is responsible for editing the Southern Association of Student Councils Journal. This publication is distributed to all high schools in the United States. Inter-Club Council, l.C.C., headed by the Vice President of Student Council, helps to coordinate the many activities of the various clubs. Student Council Executive Board, Left to Right: Judy Garcia, Barry Crovsm, Don Perlin, Jim Chaplin, Bob Leotta. A A .ie-...A Q i i3f,35,,,,,' jim' if 2 g ' s ' '53, ' ,mag Ffge" ta, . ' at , . ,f-. .af-, 'X fun.: ,id , I nfl. ...Y ,L ,arg 5 A :gnu , 7, Q25 .refs """ I 90 i ti Q. .2 -' by . " PS1 i" v ' Q SEXIORS: CLEFT TO RIGHT: ROVV ll A Lipof, B. Dick- Collins, P. Moore, R. Holshaver, D. Conrad, I. Nast, I. erson, B. Rapp, P. Barrieault, I. Cushman, C. Elias, R. Morrison, P. Morgan, C. Terros. ROW 3: G. 'XVhitsel, F. Katz, M. Traband, L. August, S. Littlefield. ROXV 2: E. 'Weeks, R. McKelvey, B. Roberts, I. Biarinelli, J. Bussey, Russel, A. Hamer, M. Shanahan, E. Sherman, S. Reese, S. R. Peleclci, G. Hullman, BI. Gaffin, G. Freas. STUDE TCOU CIL REPRE E TATIVES IUXIORS: LEFT TO RIGHT: ROXV 1: S. Frendlich, S. C. Mahoney, D. Kesden, N. Gotteher, A. Levan, M. Krupp, Kerr, F. Chandonnet. ROXV 2: I. Gilbert, V. Stark, S. D. Patterson. Greene, P. Anderson, I. Rosenwasser. ROW 3: S. Rarback, n 5 , SOPHOMORES: LEFT TO RIGHT, ROXV l: A. Norris, N. I. Cox, E. Rosenwasser, N. Wutz, M. Ellerin, M. Lefkowitz. Hoban, N. Riccardelli, P. Cuss, K. Murray, B. Sachs, I. RONV 3: B. Sexton, BI. McColeman, H. Schultz, A. Tracter, Paskel, M. Levine. ROW 2: M. Boza, J. Bennett, J. Alper, I. Mitchell, I. Fruciante, T. Deutsch, N. Klores, S. Cashon. STUDE T COUNCIL Student Council publicizes their Dungeon Drag dance with a real live creature. 92 1 lr if 3, . ,Nl Wei w'1v it mfMh.omm2mw . agl12QL ew HURW HM PIONEE S Don Perlin, President of Student Council, shows Mr. Rice a sanuiule of the license plates being sold by the Student Counci . I ik ,. 4-.,...N. ,.,A. ,. Y . ......,. W.. MW, N . . ,. .. q,.,,N,N . . ww, Y x S S 5 if fi, "" i f it Members: R. Crawford, T. deSoto, J. Kaplan, I. Sickler, M. Traband, B. Consentino, T. Hicks, I. Skoog, S. Rainess, C. Todd, S. Udell, P. Yukas, P. Murphy, H. Lane, D. Kandel, C. Creger, S. Chipman, L. Lavac, D. Andel, A. Smith, M. Soloman, I. Mandell, C. Strauss, S. Rank, D. French, C. Luksa, S. Salem, L. Huins, L. Rosenbaum, I. Terrier, M. Minniti, C. Cennusa, M. Berman, C. Liston, L. Robison, M. Torontali, R. Frangk, A. Kunz, P. Boykan JR. RED Each member of the student body is urged to become a member ,of the Junior Red Cross. Each homeroom selects a representative to plan our various service programs. This year our sophomores had a project in coordination with health in our ' 2. , his lx. I 4 . Cabassa, C. Battaglia, M. Snyder, T. Danluck, P. Dorta, R. Babbitt, N. Mugge, C. Castell, S. Mack, S. XVagner, D. Danese, P. Rall, V. Bushman, D. Courtney, D. XVarren, H. Dunlap, T. Hogan, D. Friedman, S. Katz, I. Furnas, I. Sanders, R. Mastropaolo, I. Drake, M. Papale, P. Mills, K. Xllebster, E. Cenesan, C. Fauntleroy, M. Clifford, I. Cennusa, B. Cox, L. Quincy, T. Derrer, B. Pakran, I. Steber, J. Swope, L. Verga, D. Smith. CR OSS school. As in previous years, each homeroom filled gif boxes to send to needy children here and abroad. Our members are helping our school and com- munity throught the Junior Bed Cross. Mrs. Hogsett Sponsor Carol XVheaton W- LC, President Joe Marinelli --- ,C Treasurer Hope Dunlap L- -- Secretary 93 Members of the Orchestra are seated in concert formation. OR CHE TRA The North Miami High Concert Orchestra, under the skilled direction of Mr. joseph Gregory, has been engaged in presenting to the school and com- munity a series of outstanding programs in the fields of classical and popular music. The first pre- sentation was the annual Winter Festival which combined the efforts of the Concert Orchestra, Band, and Chorus. The Orchestra is composed of enthusiastic stu- dents Who are devoted to their instruments. They Work together as a whole to entertain and to pro- mote a liking for orchestra music. In addition to presenting concerts the Orchestra conducts candy and doughnut sales and holds spaghetti dinners to raise funds to sponsor their annual trip to compete in state competition. MEMBER UF THE URCHE TRA Director: Mr, Gregory, MEMBERS: D. Aciego, J. Baker, T. Bangs, W. Bauer, M. Blau, R, Bordeaux, I. Brennan, B. Brooks, R. Crawford, H. Coltrane, N. Cooper, B. Cur- ran, B. Demarest, T. Deutsch, A. Dodson, D. Dorosh, I. Furnas, K. Garrett, S. Garrett, I. Gertler, C. Gray, S, Gordon, I. Greenfield, T. Grozan, Y. Harrison, G. Herman, J. Hilldring, W. Hunt, T. Janusz, I. Johnson, H- Kantfowlch, 94 A. Kern, B. Kerr, M. Luksa, S. MacKay, M. Mecolmon, T. Melograno, E. Milman, S. Morgan, R. Mottinger, G Mundy, S. Netzler, R. Olofson, F. Owens, W. Partridge E. Puretz, C. Prati, R. Quint, M. Ross, T. Shapiro, A Sherman, J. Sieholtz, J. Starks, E. Stern, D. Warren, C Washbon, L. Wood, G. Wolf. Y. Harrison, S. Gordon, S. Mac-Kay, D. Aciego, L. VVood. SECOND ROXY: G. Herman, T. Deutsch, R. Crawford, XV. Bauer, B. Demarest, E. Stern. G. Mundy, B. Kerr, R. Biottinger, XV. Hunt, E. Milmore J. Johnson, A. Melogrand. -ull! R. Bordeauz, Treasurerg A. Leonard, A. Kern, Secretary, T. Janusz, President. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Gregory, Director. E. Pureta, Y. Harrison, I. Starks, D. Dorozi, I. Brennan i 1 1: 1 ..-. 1 1 v -ll - 1 - N ml! X 'I 1 AM! L 'FRG Basil 'Qu - Wav C UN C E R T BA D Students at North Miami High are justly proud marching band during football season, and who of their concert band under the talented baton of Robert Alexander and Bentley Shellahammer, Stu- dent director. The concert band is composed of students of the desire more symphonic experience. The band en- tertains with delighful concerts and a multitude of intricate instrumental solos. MEMBERS E. Nessrnith, flute, R. Quint, oboe, T. Sullivan, oboe, L. Herberholtz, flute, C. Hannan, clarinet, C. McDowell flute, M. Foreman, flute, S. Mowery, flute, B. Cahoon, flute, S. Mishalanie, flute, M. Harrison, clarinet, D. Andel, clarinet, S. Schweigart, clarinet, R. Stein, clarinet, H. Bordon, clarinet, M. Sass, clarinet, G. Solornan, clarinet- B. Shellahammer, clarinet, P. Outzs, bass, L. Walker a a 7 'T Q IXQQ 96 1. 2 x 2 A if bass, R. Sloan, alto, M. VVasha, bass, F. jones, clarinet, P. Twitchell, clarinet, P. Hapner, clarinet, I. Fleming, clarinet, C. Van Brooklin, bassoon, R. Beutel, bassoon, L Hollar, bassoon, S. Stout, bassoon, R. Reinap, trombone 7 I. Hogsett, trombone, D. Hoover, trombone, I. Keeney trombone, S. Bemstein, trombone. ,W f .1 lHll'lf rw fl W Q 1 X ffl H ,P E 5 Q N 9 3 5 ' ...L n 'X 'E - A FRENCH HORN: R. Crawford, P. Aheam, R. Feiman, P. Ellis, D. Levine, I. Sutter. BARITONES: I. May, M. Eisler, A. Leauitt. SOUSAPHONE: N. Hummel. Q IN TRUTPET: D. Bellack, D. Stair, R. Munch, C. Parmalee, J. Keeney, C-. Conrad, R. Rice, P. Fetcher, F. Cooper, R. Pelecki P. E 'zer. PERCUSSION: Bells, D. Patterson, drums, P. Pyleg drums, T. Desotag drums, G. Freasg cymbals, I. Heviag drums, K. Williams 97 .- - 'W ' , .....,.--1 North Miami's Marching Band and majorettes form a familiar pose with Candy Collins and Bentley Shellahammer. MAR CHING BAND Appearing in the half-time show at the North- South Came and participating in the Orange Bowl festivities were two of the major activites of the big Green and Gray Band. The Band has added much to the spirit of the school by participating in the pep rallies. Their half-time programs have sparkled with originality. exacting leadership of Mr. Robert Alexander, Band Master. Many awards have come to the band and to the fine corp of majorettes. This year's majorette cap- tain and choreographer, Bunny Williams, has out done herself in providing the group with scintil- lating new routines. Working together as a single, well-trained unit, these groups have soared to new Their precision marching and intricatixmaneuvers are the result of long hours of pract' under the ights of psrrpgcwess in the field of music. . , My I W ' Q X , . M5 M ' 0916 cs-S! XWJ 1 ' Our Band officers are Matt es, Sergeant, My DeSota, Ca Bentley Shellahammer, Drum Majorg and Frank jones, Lieutenant. KPN' N,,,a',,w2 A I K., ,, NE lr ll Q 98 :L X ix ix LOVVER BRASS, Left to Right: A. Leavitt, S. Mav, S. Bemstein, S. Larson, S. Owens, F. Humei, N. Hogsett, S. Olofson, D. Kover, B. Beutei, NI. Eisler, D. Vickers. 4 1 5 ff K V ... -... - . fjig 'Q f 45 fr L' L P me TRUMPETS, Left to Right, Bottom Row: D. Tumer, M. Sawchuck, M. Iones, R. Muench, D. Parme- lee, B. Bellak, B. Kerr, F. Cooper. TOP ROYV: J. Sutter, I. Rosen, R. Rice, R. Palek, R. Brooks, B. Elizer, P. Kerr. PERCUSSION, Left to Right: P. Pyle, L. Dipianta, B. Knipper, G. Puretz, L. YVilhite, I. Hevia, T. de Soto, G. Starks, D. Brunton. ,...,m.,.,. ...,. .. li n ca il i Y' . M . A M4 A 52363242 TZ' EJ fit 1 1 E Ki 'N n I I if la, V. Q K if fs , - l fe M ' ,, y 5 2 AQ E3 13: r N Y. if "' F33 5 ,. 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Candy Collins, Marcia Traband, Jackie Edwards, Linda Bockhold, Bonnie Brickman, Aileen Mc- Wegener, Judy Comcowich, Vicki Weithom, IoAnne Cul- Sheehan, and Benny Shalahammer. letto, Marie Barber, Bunny Williams, Sheila Allen, Pat MAJORETTE 2 F k A , E !'L A 4 Marcia Traband. ' Aileen McSheehan A i .1 E. 5 Z Captain, Bunny Williams. IX 'U - Judy Comcowich Culletto Co-Captain, Bonnie Brickman A x Sweethearts ' Gordon Freas and N Aileen McSheehan. W' 7 C 2 5939 5 5 Vicki Weithorn Marie Barber l 12.02 1.1.4 .9 .' I , 1. h, g-MW SULU TWIRLER Miss Carol 66Candy" Collins To "Candy" Seven years ago as a sixth grader, you came to our group as mascot. Since then we have seen you grow up to become a lovely young lady, win twirling titles by the hundreds, become our solo twirler and finally our Homecoming Queen. Carol, did you know that you have twirled in more than 84 football pre-games and half-time shows, rehearsed with the band over 800 hours plus your own practice, participated in seven Orange Bowl games, five Orange Bowl parades, twirled for Mahi Shrine games, and you have won many outstanding awards and honors. VV e just want to say we love you, and we are going to miss you. g Signed, The Band :Lge-sw-n:w.,,-1-an--H t' i hit 2 gg 1 X ROVV l, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Dunayer, I. Pue, K. Adams C. Castle, C. Stirman, K. Loiselle. ROVV 2: P. Rose, Pl johnson, F. Chandonnet, C. Trichter, E. Breton, C. Adam- son, B. Houle. ROW 3: R. O'Hare, M. Luzer, B. VVilliams, B. Boen, D. Smith, F. Potemkin, C. Hines, S. Roberts, B Werner, C. VVeitzell. ROWV 4: M. Dean, D. Herrara, K W1 52: f' 5 6 Carrel, D. Knapp, S. Ragona, L. Foden, I. LaForh1na, E Chessler, M. King, C. Deklavon. ROW 5: R. Bagley, R Stahl, B. Snow, B. Brooks, A. Dodson, J. Ashby, L. Kirk- land, G. Wolfe. ROVV 6: R. Thomas, D. Mills, S. Green- berg, J. Heap, C. Gordon, C. Fisher. CUNCER T CHUIR This the largest concert choir group We have had in the history :lf Mg 1 f . H .L . 123 ' of North Miami Senior High-109 voices at peak strength. The usual types of programs are prepared including assemblies, tele- vision appearances, the sixth annual presentation of Handel's "The Messiahn Qwith the assistance of the North Dade Civic Choral Society-picture shown also on these pagesl. Plans are made each year to enter District and State Music Contests. During past years North Miami Senior High has done extremely Well in receiving superior ratings for its Work in con- cert and sight-reading. Each yearls Work is concluded with the annual Spring Choral Festival in which all of the choral organizations in our school take part. Concert Choir is responsible for the vocal music used in our graduation ceremonies each Spring in Miami Beach Auditorium. Students from this group usually form the nucleus of the All- State Concert and experimental choruses at the State Music Clinic held in Tampa each January. Mr. Dutton looks over a score, f ai a ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Bezdek, A. Smith, C. Washburn, P. Pettit, G. Adams, M. Alonge, P. Cohn, J. Hillgaertner. ROWV 2: M. Newman, E. Breton, P. Adelson, D. Allred, C. Kaylor, M. Minniti, G. Daniels, M. Gatto, S. Taylor. RONV 3: I. Tassone, H. Haven, G. Smith, I. Eichenberger, I. Cushman, V. Codhee, L. Wood, K, Tri- vitt, D. Schneider, D. Denning, D. Kempner. ROW' 4: M. Freeman, M. Laludes, J. Handy, S. Samples, A. 9: E Mueller, I. Morrison, C. Coleridge, I. Lisowsky, D. David- son D. Schroeder. ROW 5: B. Blankenship, M. Bryson I. Snider, D. Appleton, B. Bordeaux, T. Cohen, G. Kenney, L. Neu, C. Mader, M. Dushey. ROXV 6: R. Collins 1. Kopig 1. Mazinellg P. Hepp. Nor PICTUREDI v, Clap: saddle, S. Dine, G. Croenburg, V. Martin, S. MacFarland, G. Ramey, T. Robertson, P. Sheppard, B. Stone, H. Morgan. The chorus presents Handells "Messiah" ' ' .r.. ff5'riib,ei fish 21 fi Wa , 9 W fl ri fi i n FS X . .a F l M ,f , We ff!! 'sia' ' Ci Q . . 7. f 4 2. W5 V 3 1 IB 2 .WH QW I W M . ,I Y .2 ,, 4 f fjfy K ' V.,,L f rv , . , V I A I if In J, 1. W A . In he 2 , ' 3 I 1 ' 2 W : ml lg 925 BOTTONI ROVV LEFT TO RIGHT K l . ' , : . He ler, R. Marler, E. Fisher, B. NVildstein, I. Murray, B. Petty, R. Stahl C. Morel, I johnson, J. Anderson, C. Donahower. ROXV 2: K. Daugherty, C. Henderson, T. Stroemer, R.. Harrel, P. BOYS' CHORUS BOTTOM ROVV: LEFT TO RICHT: M. Papple, M. Lovett, S. Person. S. Sherman, K. Moran, J. Rigg, M. Iannacone C. Rubenstein, V. Rodgers, S. Brown, C. Liston, B. Hogsett M Shogmalggr, C. Bennett. SECOND ROVV: P. Freeswick C. o eman, D. Powell, C. VVheaton, S. Brady, B. Hamm, S. Brummett, M. Cabrera, C. Insley, M. Maker, V. Corski, I. Henning, C. Cennusa, A. Papple, M. Ostrow, T. Pavone. THIRD ROW: I. Labiano, M. Braveman, D. Fleeger, R a n a Caprio, H. Pingston, XV. Flury, C. Kenney, B. Bryant, G. Ziemer, R. WVheeler. TOP ROVV: L. WVagner, B. Criddiths, B. Tate, R. Moore, B. Fox, Gratton, C. Wolfe, R. Lacey, C. Tolley, B. Dubois, I. Nalley, C. Schloerb. GIRLS ' CHOR US Hoke, I. Manning, E. Shannon, B. Sexton, C. Curto, K. San- dy, S. Ross, D. Torres, G. Weitzell, V. Godbee, E. Boryk, C. Shelton, R. Zimmerman, S. Harrington, P. Pfeiffer, D. Bez- dek. TOP ROVV: D. Cline, B. Silberman, S. Merry, J. Steber, M. Crenwis, L. Kanov, V. Dailey, A. Tarpley, G. Bogart, J. Hasseltine, L. Ritter, B. Thomas, A. Culian, C. Flash, K. Svendsen, J. Stanley, J. Wickenhauser. in ' fi TT V -4 A I K , tx' - FRONT ROXY: F. Chandonnet, S. Taylor, C. Stirman, C. Castle, C. Tiichter, D. Schroder, C. Rubenstein, C. Kaylor. BACK ROXV: J. Eichenberger, C. Coleridge, C. Codbee, BOTTOM ROXV, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Egan, R. Bogart N. Stuck, S. Fox, L. Masenbeimer, D. Albert, B. Lancel: lotti. SECOXD ROYY: KI. Barnes, C. Noble, D. Bagley, L. Quincy, S. Peck, L. Manclelstam, BI. Nussbaum, S. Perez. RI. King, G. Deklavon, B. Bordeaux, R. Collins, I. Marinelli, D. Appleton, D. Thomas, T. Blassing. At the piano: J. Cushman. RE ERVE CHOIR TOP ROXV: XV. Virag, D. Galliin, L. Nonfliunn, G. TIA- bancl, B. Iurgenson, B. Hornsby, I. Stone, K. Korray, J. Drake, H. Kane, P. Chessler, NI. Sawcliuk. 0 fHZf9n 3 . fpfife f' RR 'ill VVgy,'w'w ,qw I Carol C. Clifton Sandra Reese Editor-in-Chief Editor CONESTOGA Into every high school yearbook goes many hours of planning, taking pictures, selecting, drawing, layout, copy-writing, scheduling, and of general detail work. Many letters are written and many people inter- viewed before the book reaches the printer. Under the guidance of Mr. Carl Niles and the leadership of Carol Clifton and Sandra Reese, this year's book has reached successful completion. Mr. Carl Niles, Advisor, spends many hours on tele- phone in publishing the Conestoga. 106 X. ff' C' l i , 'C 2V.f9r3-:Q . X ' J 4' mi ' Q 'ff L 1' ' ff, 7S'1,,gl15,',, . f ' 3 'U . Marcia Traband Associate Editor Sharyn Grant Assoicate Editor Linda ATTISS Connie Prater Business Manager Associate Editor The editorial staff irons out a tricky make-up problem -..- ,J 1. JI John Bussey Photographer 466 L if Y NN -,-mnm Rosemary Dorta Photograph Editor if rro, 5 ' ., A , ' , .41-,m::c"'M Roberta Herbert Layout Sandra Morici junior Editor Sandra Rothenberg mm Carole R. Clifton Senior Directory 'S X .5 .:' ,Q x rf Robert Fisher Asst. Business Manager 1 M T ,A s Ae ' 91 fc Mp- f . ,,,. ,I " V - 'w r Claire Kern Artist A Vg fs, Sheri Rarback Faculty Editor Harvey Sher Photographer if '--. fd! Q Susan Carrillo Secretary f-n -'D ff ,f . f 'f' G Y 274716 , Wt-l,f,Ls1 4 Susan Freundlich Sophomore Editor ff 's 2 ' :fwf - f ' ,fi so ' ' V Maureen King Copywriter :QL Q ,V,V- ' jg. 1 4 ,J jf ,gig f 419 f A y 1 f 1 1 1 n .4 f 0: , C iv, il " H A Lynda Reese Larry Shoot Advertising Barry Crown Advertising ff ' ,, .f v ii-- !! 'Ji' S0 1-' , 'W .4-t, N- fit' , , -' psf. ALQQXW-I Ellen Geneson Artist ' C in 5- f ' ' A Cheryl Mahoney Edith Rogers David WVeinstein Sports W The PIONEER STAFF: Mr. Niles, Evelyn Allred, Carole Pecchio, Elaine Edwards, Carolyn Pechony, Steve Grisilo, Marylinda Bull, Ray Schroeter, Kathy Wells, Jimmy Head, Jessie Clark, Frank Scandiffio, Irene Rosenwasser, Lee . . .. v.L.,. Schichtel, Penny Hook. SITTING: Lynne Dickinson, Pat johnson, Cathy Carbone, Sharon Katz, Joy Winston, Rita Osborne, Irene Tamargo. .. Lynne Dickinson Penny Hook Elaine Edwards Carole Pecchio Mr, Niles Editor-in-Chief Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Advisor THE WPI0 EER " The purpose of the North Miami High School "Pioneer,' is to inform, instruct, and entertain. An attempt is made to factually report all the events of our school year and to accurately interpret them for the student body. This year, under advisor Carl Niles, the staff published their bi-weekly paper, winning awards Mr. Niles points out areas to be strengthened to Editor-in-chief Lynne Dickinson and Editor Penny Hook. XR I V,.an-14 W . l l I Editor-in-Chief Lynne Dickinson writes edi- torials for the next edition, from National Scholastic and Columbia Scholastic Press in additional to several state-wide awards. The Pioneer editorials on tuberculosis won the right to compete on the state level, and the edi- torial staff with the coooperation of the entire news staff, promoted a school-wide Brotherhood WVeek. Penny Hook looks over copy before it goes to the printer. ft , ,,.,.,-gs, 2 C, ...- jr Q-fi - ibn ,' X 42 .ax Cathy Carbone, Irene Tamargo, and Evelyn Allred re- Typing up the copy are Carolyn Pechony and Lee ceive assignments from Elaine Edwards. Schichtel. 1, ' I iw Q., , 1-sf-Q ' 6, 45 v Y lieu. V Y . WWC ' W' N- U, , -Y afv'1WWfw"'i"ff.4.. i . ,, f t 'f:::-:-:- ' 411:11 ' ' 1 , , - - . V . ' -jf.:-C , -1 4 1 ' 4 z 9 X A' fZ,,,f I ...... 1 . . 1 Irene Rosenwasser and Pat johnson copy-read the copy. Jimmy Head is drawing Pioneer layouts. f ,.--"' ,. -A--',,,. .f-1-" Kathy VVells, Frank Scandiffio, Mary Linda Bull, and Carole Pecchio receives a check from Sharon Katz. Diane Haydu, looking over the ads for the next issue of the paper. Steve Grisillo looks over his sports section. Ray Schroeter adjusts camera for the next shot. if it Roberta Lipscomb Iucly Witt Pat Wltmef Captain Sergeant Lieutenant An Honor Garde girl always strives to keep the high aims of Leadership, Character, and Scholar- ship. To join, requirements are rigid and a 3.0 average is needed. With "Guide on Godl' as their motto, Honor Garde, under the direction of Coach Swettman, is one of South Florida's leading precision drill teams. As fund raising projects, the girls sponsored Honor Garde Tag Day, sold candy, had a rummage sale, and the annual Moonlight Cruise. The crowds cheer when Honor Garde performs. 110 Hifi' . QQ - ' K Or - A H R U . --so 55 W --QQ In A 5 Pat Carte rx ,, Q .ms I ' -Q l Cv .05"""!,Q I Sandra Hoover ,fv L I Pi ff- '- ,f - X l, X 'K' k 9 I w A K , ...po , -ft " V'-fo . ,f f ' ' 1. I t txrwnr s Rita Katz l S os---2---eo f"'f W mf' V Z, . I O Ena-Tee Saarna julie Schweitzer , pw. ,.rr -,., K S V i, 1 Carol Frank Siiifja. K , k'92,.w' A . Ellen Hester Tom Dobbs Sweetheart . ,X .24 ff.,, 1' ,-.. 2, ,-'. , Zgq,:g..:, .,., , - .,fZg1.'f , ,,,,, fgfiwxf, . ,,.', , , .,,1,,' Z ,,:f : :.g,,.,.,w2,,m,,',34:2,ffm f , he f 4 M., 4,4 ,.,,.4.,3gf -f ' gf ' :f-fvf-'.,g1Li,f-,- J . , ., , ,, ,. -ug Coach William Swettman by A. , f QI, 4, g,-.fu ,Q fl , f f l' 59' lf, 4.1 I ffl ' MN. vu ..--6 ' g ,-up fc 5 Q' ci--at Ioan Updegraffe Manager I 75 gf Q92 S 4 og.-1, b Joanne Hildegardner .. 'f .A ' ., Kathy Huff V if Sandy McKay , :wi "" Q I A I , 5 1 4' .16 Linda Stoop Terry Weston Anita Lipof Sharon MCF EJB X! -...QQ .an-gb arland -V .jf V , a Q ft- 1 , L: , , I sqm, I .f , ' I QQ A K. .. ,F ,, -1 -IH 12577 L17 Au FRONT ROVV, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Breton, C. Wash- burn, K. Broe, D. Conrad, M. Newman, E. Breton. BACK ROW: K. Geller, M. Swindell, W. Middendorf, D. Lessner S. Ragona, M. Stratigos. ' CHEERLEADERS No matter what the score, the North Miami High Varisty Cheerleaders are always encouraging the team and leading the spectators at our football and basketball games. They promote school spirit Wigi their cheers and Work toward building spirit an good sportsmanship. Never will you see a Ill cheerleader without a warm, friendly smile. At try-outs, in the spring, prospective girls are judged on numerous qualities, such as pep, per- sonality, voice, jumps, grades and co-ordination. After being chosen the girls practice every day. ll' Atl, Mrs. Kulka W 1 'vfdd d f Sponsor V es egapfaiifm or E5 l QQ. l I X 4 K : V if Q 54 ii 5 V I I 1 Ez' - fm .. 'Q . :'..""- ds" ., w mf W WSI f X 1 ,,, , A . 5 V V W- 7 h eg TS L k. X . XL .F iq, , , ,",gf.- '- 41 haf ,, ff. 4 q V, fx' ' fk-p F , r . I i 1 H I 'Q' 1 i f. 1 I "" 555713111 Mfg ff,g.Q:i, , i1"ff1, 'X . ",-3 3 :QAM-YP QSU. W- W. ,3. 3- 'J if -'UL' KATHY GELLER SHERRY RAGONA CONNIE WASHBURN DORIS CONRAD DIANE LESSNER EILEEN BRETON KATHY BROE MARY STRATIGOS MICHELLE NEWMAN ELAINE BRETON "Green and Gray is dynamite, Team, Team, Team, A11 here for North Miami Stand up and screamlln MARY SWINDELL tij I V ' ,wine , A -1 if LEFT TO RIGHT joe Nhrinelli, Sue Hanson, Wayne Virog Mr Bullington lNl1bS E Caldwell, Carol C. Clifton, A DIO VISUAL CL B P. Kass, R. Dean, S. Netzler, I. Mander, H. Pierce, L Smith, C. Kelley, T. Dallinger, R. Rizzi, A. VVarner, T Ursprich, XV. Hodges. -Cf" 9 PKK f 1, , W ! , WW 72, we f 2 'MI , ,, J, N I I ' X , 5 , if U '- . -' f -' 'f ' me-7 if ,,,f'H-- v Q, 'L ,Q , , , sz,"-1 at B' ' .AAA. ,pr , T. X , my , l ,. V vi., ' 'Q-j'v.'.f'ifw I ,V ' 3 f -v-aft YA, Left to right: Candy Campbell, gl , . ' ' .. :,' ', . . . ' , v ',,,- ' f ' Snel Freidrn, Marsha Talnes, l , 1 3, ff ,.:, ' 'ff U Vivian Brown, Virginia Bush- f' "- ""'w" ' 4 1' 0 f K ' ff Q, r'...j5,-NT:-T22 , mon """""z ' ' 'A'P "We W 'f 7 l 5' if 'per-if . l X f I T -rw ,, ' ,gf Mrs. Klingerneyer, Virginia Bushmon ' J , , f M f Q ii f gif Z, 1 ff iffff f LIBRARIA Left to right-Lorene Holtzclaw, Linda Plant, Candy Campbell, Betty Bandell. FIRST ROW: Linda Plant, Betty Randell. SECOND ROW: ROYV: Larry Roth, Judy Katz, Rita Osborn, Cynthia Green- Sally Tudor, Trina Satullov, Celine Barrett, Pat Barrieault, stone, Sue Freiden, Ion Stern, Karen Cregof, Vivan Brown, Adele Tartaglia, Carmelina Cennusa, Nancy Kron, THIRD Ruth Lynn Hoke, Dan NVolford. T 'ff777 Ulfllllflll Y 4 If 4 " 7 1 .Z - 1 2 , " , ,W 0,4 5 , Aw, , -4 . X l X I I if idx Q ' 4 f fly 'f , f f "cg, , fe- ,, .., W iii I 2 M., , ,.,745m4zzQ v, ax IP!-1.1-.. x My-, 2 - A '- ,exif ,, ,f T ,.., f 6 f .. PW ' 8 " ' V Q b -ff' ' 1 S We 75' ax 4: , 47:3 , .W ,.,,. n -1 ' W .mf , 1 . I Y! ff.. ii, P Marcia Trabrand Sharyn Grant Secretary , , .- , 'jg 1 1 W aff Z WW 2 yawn 1'0" 'IW 43 1 44 f .gy fy. A -. . A f ei. E Sandra Reese Lynne Dickinson bl" Connie Prater ,av 3 M '5- 1 1 .- 5 RZ E s President Linda Ames Treasurer WM-fr' Mr. Niles Sponsor QUILL A D CRULL Further interesting the high school student in the field of jour- nalism is the main purpose of Quill and Scroll, the national hon- orary society for high school journalists. The Paul E. Davison Chapter takes its members from the Publi- cations Department of the school. Applicants for this club, are first nominated by the advisor, voted on by the entire club, and then must be approved by the national secretary before becom- ing a member. Members are in the top one-third of their class in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship. f... J .. uv w .,sa,,,, Jlrnuiimul Eanunrg Silring firl5i!1l Sdlilll Jmnulliau Penny Hook Elaine Edwards xg' ,QW 'ff' Carol Clifton fohn Bussey if . , ' ,LV iff Carole Pecchio M ,ff f M35 N 22, f , WM 3, 4 ., A 9 A f f f' 61 'L X rj: ' , -11 . . J. ij ,M if "" A E 'E 4. z U nf, - V , FIRST ROYV, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patti Hunt, Pat Morgan, Iules Zucker, jay Beskind, Ken Heller, Susan Fine, Stephanie Swerdloff. SECOND ROXV: Carol C. Clifton, Sandra MacKay, Carol XVax'man. Pat Gagliardi, Sandy Hoover, Linda Stoop. THIRD ROVV: Al Laklontaigne, Mor- ton Blau, Bob Siegal, Andy Fox, Paul Zwolinski, Romolo Raffo, Charles Craffarn, Mr. Bertok, Joe Marinelli, Mike Gaffin, Bill Herring, Dave Sironi, Mike Sharon. 'jf :if 5 I Q :I lp C: I6 - Q, - , . , g cj L 1 - lk C T' .L f'1Q5L..uN Q. K 5 was --fr 1 . fi if .Q Q 'Pr-f mall' if 315:25 ff Y-f '- Ioe Nlarinelli Mike Gaffin Sandra XIHCKHY Linda SYOOD Carol lvaxman President Vice President Recording SCCTCUITB' Corresponding SGCTSUIB' Treasurer ATIUNAL H Belonging to the Xational Honor Society is one of the highest honors that a North Miami student may receive. All of the junior and senior members are in the top one per cent of their class. The students are elected to the club by the faculty. They are judged on scholarship, character, leader- Ioe Marinelli, Carol XVaxman and Sandra MacKay sell Stationery to Leslie Pesekow. Bnilnu 7, M I! ..- 0 OR OCIETY ship, plus service. Each member must maintain a 3.8 scholastic average. Tutoring students and providing substitute teachers are among the many services of the Na- tional Honor Society. Money raising projects in- clude the sale of personalized stationery. Mike Gaffin, Carol C. Clifton and Linda Stoop put up the thought for the week posters. I . , . fa 4. 9 ,. 'Z , M 'ff 4 , z.:-...za f g , W, . e no-ff Z . ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Koppleman, S. Swerdloff, K. Carrell, P. Hunt, G. Godbee, D. Pierce. ROW 2: L Stoop, D. Denning, S. McKay, C. Vtlaxman, S. Stout, P Gagliardi, L. Herberholtz, S. Hoover, B. Brickman, C Clifton, K. Heller. ROVV 3: M. Blau, P. Zwolinski, E Goldman, J. Maxinelli, R, Collins, C. Graffam, R. Roffo .y 7 f ,wig .-.Ni Q -Jul-' M. Gaffin, B. Herring, S. Lilholt, D. Sironi, Mr. Murell. NOT PICTURED: D. Albury, I. Bates, I. Brown, I. Citron, R. Crowell, E. Donnerstag, M. Elmore, A. Fox, E. Geneson, R. Gordon, D. Gustin, M. Harris, M. Henry D. Kesdan, C. Maysman, D. O,Presko, D. Perlin, P. Rubinstein, M. Sharron, R. Sigal, T. Sullivan, I. Zucker. BETA CL UB Under the motto, Let Us Lead by Serving Others, Beta Club boasts the largest membership in the state. 1 One of its annual projects starting this year, was the presentation of The Distinguished Scholar Awards to seniors. Requirements to join are a 3.5 scholastic average and outstanding in leadership, character, and achievement. Among this year's projects were, sponsoring Beta Better English Day, Student Government Day,. and publishing the honor roll and dean's lists. To raise money, Beta sold confetti, mistletoe, had bake sales, and sponsored the teacher-student basketball game. Mr. Murrell Patty Hunt Sandy McKay Linda Stoop Joe Mafinelli K. Heller President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer f A 1.1 V Q5 GK, any Zim. Zag ' is Q , - .... e. T we . ie " S L V T ' 1 I ..' 1 ,..- -9. t w Mike Gaffin welcomes Sten Lilholt, foreign exchange student. to our school, while other Beta members look on. g Q i 5 5 , I ftvxx U, A SP, E , E 5 .aa 9 N ' 'S 2 X as F' Y' s,v, M Ken Heller and his committee discuss the Distinguished Scholar Assem bly. "Hello, this is North Miami High," says Lois Herberholz, while other Beta members help out in the office on Student Government Day. In ,V fyf, L fi A SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Soloman, V. Levin, B. Shoot, H. Deutsch. NOT PIGTURED: I. Sutter, D. Mil- Vickers, K. Levin, R. Rudnick, R. Messinger, A. Levan. man, P. Beeman, N. Hoban, V. Wernhardt, S. Rosezweig, STANDING: L. Patch, S. Kaplan, H. Fox, R. Erickson, A. Newman, I. Looney, D. Morgan, K. Kidd, H. Borden. R. XVemcr, XV. Greenwald, NI. Storace, K. Barish, L. Keith Barish Vglialfl Levin President ecletary 3 wi fi A ' 5 SP . i Harold Deutsch .F.L. The National Forensic League is an honor society in the field of specch. The primary purpose of NFL is to interest high school students in speech activities until they acquire a high degree of ef- fectiveness as speakers. Experiences in creative thinking and in the arts of communication are the best training for our American way of life. The forensic program includes student congress, discussion, debate, extempore speaking, oratory, and interpretation of literature. This year the major project of the NFL has been the Speakers Service through which many outstanding speakers have been invited for student assemblies. Vice-President N 'N 'lf Mrs. V. Hicks '2 A U , ' 'L , in Sponsor A ""..' I f- ' -ip I V.-f TV.. , Y- --.v 'x A ., --F ,X . , 1 f . s.. ku-'w,Xus Ze ' if a1Sv -S f 1' -i - V , , . -M iff' -' -1-' -A x 'W fr M ,"" .. . f "ff "'. 'i 'N p f- , 4' f. 5" .Q-H K, I ,RX X1 F 'WY' in I h my . ' 5 1 1 W' 5- . ' " F-1, X ' ., . X sjfil' f' I, , y g up A ' ff .A 5 I l -'L""'ri. ' , vb X .lily 7,5 I I 2 QV' ,J .. 354, , af! I ix--afiv 7- I I. , Av...- WQH M . 'Q 'Z 17 nm If f 5, ful 6 if 2 all 4,54 ,wwf Q 4 A i 3 I N I Alan Levan Treasurer 9 50 i, , 1433 as 9 E l W : f President Vice President Secretary Treasurer I,C,C, Representative Al Sanders NVoody Tracy Myra Morreels Marie Iannacone Carolyn Maysman wry FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Judy Hirsch, Myra Morreels, Sharon Usinger, Marie Iannacone, Sharon Gloger SECOND ROXV: Steffi Baer, Paula Winters, Phyllis Fox, WVoody Tracy, Sandy Kane, Lucille Moss, Pam Adelson. THIRD ROXV: Betty Lennon, Charlotte Rosenbleeth, Sherry Ragona, Roz Keshlansky, Turge Macklebust, Gary Lawn, Phyllis Schor, Steffi Semrad, Vicki NVe-ithom, Jill David, Raye Gruccio. THE PIANS Thespians consists of students interested in all phases of drama. The purpose of Thespians is to advance dramatic arts in the secondary schools. The motto of Thespians is "Act well your part, for therein the honor lies." Some of the projects they participate in are, a one-act play for Drama Conference at Gainesville, painting a mural for the back of the little theatre, and working on all major play productions. vvofpri 'Fi .A . r, N 49.521 if 5 W frm 4 'V Qs r qt Thespian members practice a play. Left to right: Sharon Cloger, Linda Walker, Marie Iannacone, Steffi Semrad, Steffi Baer, Paula Winters, Maxine Levine, and Iudy Hirsch. 'ff' .-f'f,:':-f l S , Members rehearsing a scene, Left to , " right: Miss Davis. Ed Donnerstein, Lu- . ,,,. . ville MOSS, Judy Hirsch, Maxine Levine, E3E253'.E,iQTlVL7'ifi34fiV M Marie Iannacone, Linda Walker, Steffi "" '29 gf. fl tr. Semrad, Steffi Baer, Woody Tracy, and -' -1 Q 5 , Paula Winters. tlppx x :M ' y E- T f f , fi i2fff25Eff5fi23iEE Z 'iii' 1 ' "' gg:::::::1::t:3:::. .. ,,. " ' ::::::::::::L:::::: I , fi' ' tim ' ,,,, Q W, ff gg i :QF 5519:-if J ai J-1202, ,..,..-. - -, ROVV 1: V. Codbee, S. Cordon, I. Cushman, R. 'Wheeler, C. Insley, A. Kern, V. Corski, J. Henning, E. Chessler, B. Boen, C. Hinkley, V. Croenberg. ROXV 2: I. Hilldring, S. Roberts, C. Coleridge, I. Morrison, C. NVeitzell, K. Carrel J. Bookhultz, E. Boryk, J. Eichenberger, D. Davidson, T. Janusz, A. Leonard, NI. Demirgian, B. Beutel, D. Patterson. ROXV 3: D. Smith, D. Schroeder, S. Dunayer, M. Shop- : maker, C. Noble, B. Hogsett, S. Sherman, S. Dine, L. Her- bcrholz, S. Katz, T. Sullivan, D. Andel, C. Kaylor, D. Den- ning, N. Cooper, Mr. Dutton. ROW 4: C. VanBrocklin, B. Brennan, G. Deklavon, A. Klein, F. jones, R. Collins, R. Collins, G. Ramey, A. Tarpley, W. Partridge, M. Blau, D. Rice, S. Stout, C. Freas, J. Ixlarinelli. TRI- Tri-M honor society exists in order to foster a continuing interest in participation in group and individual music. Modern Music Masters helps to establish more opportunities for music expression, to encourage discriminating tastes and habits in music: and to provide chances for personal music Mr. Dutton, Sponsor. 5 expression in the schools, churches, civic organiza- tions and social service clubs of our community. Their projects include participation in Forensic Follies, the UNICEF Drive and Ushering at Con- certs. LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Marinclli, Vice President, Diane Patterson, Secretary, JoAnn Hilldring, Chaplain, Virginia Croenberg, Historian, Virginia Codbee, President, Bill Bren- nan, Treasurer. f 004: 7 pi, 1 S ' f f ."WyS'f 7 loan UD.de Graff Sandy Reese Virginia Godbee Sharon Usinger Rosanne Upshaw P1'eS1d6I1f2 Vice President Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Recording Secretary l""""" A Mrs. Rowe MT- COX Sponsor SPOHSOT F.T.A. is an organization at North Miami which helps to train and prepare students for the teach- ing profession. Members teach several times during the year at Biscayne Gardens Elementary School, and they honor teachers on Teacheris Appreciation Day. Their main goals are to attract young people to the teaching profession, aid co-operation be- tween institutions of higher learning and teachers, and to train students in the teaching profession so that they will know what they can look for- ward to in the future. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: A. 'VVelch, D. Davidson, R. Upshaw, I. Up de Graff, V. Godbee, S. Usinger, M. Traband, R. Herbert. SECOND ROW: S. Dunager, L. ff 'X S ' N, Mary Ann Atkins, Roberta Herbert, Sharon Usinger, Sandy Reese, and Lynda Reese studying plans for a pro- ject. MA. Ehrlich, F. Johnson, B. Krenzer, B. Trick, R. Mintz, E. Edwards, V. Weithorn, S. Smith, and S. Solomon. - fe r. .N 123 M ' 1 'ff P H - ' 'www-ff' ef f M. Q r wa. f- ff .W ' W5 at t P 2: . 1' 4-ti . , I ' " ' I-if flf Q awp.. I 4, , Q, , ,..,... ,.....w,, l , , 3 5 yt, I 6 ,U A z 5 , f . . . J fy.. I i if ff , f ff fy 4 7-.ow - 475' V'f',fzk fv...zf 2.ff.f':1 . . 05,21 ,f!, f ff 4 WAVOI 5 f ff 'fn f A f .fi ' 4 1 if Af f4'l Q. .. . - U, , QT i 1 1: my 1 he ' f 35 35 V er--L I , ., ,,,, .. , ,, e J f- f .n,..,.,..,... ,, .. 1 F.N.A. members and "Doctor" Ray Contreras at their installation. f ,, , , Indy Wickenhauser President .Q ir Dixie Gorman Maxine Ostrow Vice-president TTCHSUICI' F TURE NURSES OF AMERICA Training to be our healers of the sick and com- forters of the Wounded, F.N.A. inspires the pro- spective nurses of the school. These aspiring medi- cal workers raise money through bake sales, dances and candy sales. A result of their many worthwhile projects has been a fund for optical and dental aid for underprivileged students at North Miami Senior High. The visits of F.N.A. members to the Hope House brings cheer to patients as well as Worth- while experience for the club members. ROW 1: Miss Soucy, C. Pack, C. Alpert, R. Contreras, E. Stern, C. Kantor. ROW 2: M. Ostrow, S. Chipman, J. Rigg, D. Atkin, I. Zeitzer, G. Adams, R. Crucio. ROW 3: C. Coleman, C. Kaylor, P. Smythe, P. Malarky, I. 31 'QU' If i . X HQ A :WV--1 .. 7' . " " " .' "un W , f, f a y . 1 ' 'M W' Ray Contreras helps to serve refreshments Blanco, J. Eichenberger, C. Flash, D. Widwaski. ROW 4: S. Moore, C. Hines, T. Paisley, I. Wickenhauser, D. Gorman, L. Rovell, R. O'Hare, B. Rapp, H. Dunlap, D. Knapp, S. Braksve. XMWWXNNWQWXNKWNNMNWNWY NWS F .B.L.A. officers and sponsor, SITTING -- Marsha Maz- ilewskig STANDING -- Carol Harmony, Miss Rose, Betty Greenawalt. Members of F.B.L.A. broaden their business world horizons through programs provided by per- sons from all business areas. This program readies the girls to become tomorrow's business leaders. Through F.B.L.A. the members grow in ability, personality, and leadership. ROW 1: V. Madison, B. Zalewski, J. Culletto, R. Papale, M. Mazilewski, D. Tobez. ROW 2: P. Edwards, I. Clark, M. House, L. Johnson, M. Watkins, R. Frank, B. Green- FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Pat Edwards and Marcy Nesbitt try out a new machine G more El unoilmeaa KL endless lil EDGUUEHD Walt, Miss Rose, C. Harmony, S. Green, I. Genshaft, P. Malarky, L. Moss, P. Malarkey. 1 A 4. i vxsiga ". ' of N X , J if fri " ,. L9 H QW -'iw' ff"- F.F.A. OFFICERS, FIRST ROXV: President, Dan VValford- Vice President Bob Hoft' Sentinel Bob retary, Norman Leifriedg Treasurer, Paul Klump. Here the Future Farmers are shown cultivating strawberries. 1 if it p., , 'f ., LM-fax f .. ,fa aa, at 1 - 'f"-Q,6f-f'- 'W ' ,l Q 'm,,,.a9 'i Mi K -f -V a- "5 'I 1' - X ,, - - K 54 'f Sami. :N 4 ,af fjiffa . zifri- 15.1 1 j' , gftaff -' se, f. wi t h-r .: "1.,,,! .1 ff' . A ' Jr Q ' , f "5 . - ' ' 7AZ"3,.v 1' .- ', ", fig 'l'f7','.fm-45a:...gz J 3 .. -1 'j',Qe, -3 . 5 .wfamix f av. 1 A Sz, W., ,aim lag, i.4yw 1ra.,Q.. A Fen f 1 FW f .. 3' . :- - . . i'L:.."1fQW if gf I ,H V F, ,iq V J ,V 5,-,J ,,,W.gQ M'-"fx.a.v ac"fkh' ,sf - 'Tr' f:'9'fW'l2f f. V. , V it 4 .A.VV s if ' '.-1 ls.275'if'27Z" " ' Kg3V'si1'f,7A aff'5,:"f-r wiagfi P we - Y' . rf fi My Li . FUTURE V Roth. SECOND ROW: Feporter, Bill Cauchig Sec- Fo Fo A. o .- , F a ARMERS Q , The Future Farmers spend two hours each day at the farm especially design- ed for the agricultural training for North Miami High students. Each boy has his own project which he works on while at the farm. Their activities include hayrides, square dances, and dinners, along with trips to beef ranches, dairy farms, and stock yards. The North Miami Delegation at the State Convention of Future Farmers of America. Mr. Sistrunk holds plaque. 126 Ronald Anderson receives a plaque for superior chapter rating at the State FFA Convention. as--I L " N . :A . rl ROW ONE: M. Powell, S. Bright, N. Stedman, B. Vickers. M. Demerigen, I. Keeney, W- Bollinger, H. Servatt, Mr ROW TVVO: Miss Rose, D. Asmus, D. Appleton, 1. Keeney, Wil1iamS. YOUTH FOR CHRI T Youth For Christ Clubs are organized and con- ducted by students under the supervision of The Y.F.C. office and the school sponsor. Trained and dedicated directors attend each session and guide young people in club programs. Each club proposes to make a moral and spiritual improvement on the club campus. The club motto is "Walk the Talk." Club verse, "Let no man despise thy youth but be thou an example of the believersf, I Tim. 4:12 Each club is a practical daily training ground for Christian young people, with benefits accruing to both youth and the local church. A Y.F.C. is an interdenominational youth program, created to reach and challenge the 7 out of 10 unchurched teens in Dade County. The teen-agers meet each Week for challenge and training to live and witness on the greatest aMissionary Field" in the World: The High School Campus. They have banquets, retreats, conferences and camps, songspirations and christian social activities, gospel Elms, bible quiz competition, and teen talent contest. 127 D. C. . "Striving Today for Tomorrow,s Successv is the apt motto for the students in Diversified Coopera- tive Training, popularly known as DCT. This pro- gram is one in which students attend school one half of the day, and are employed in the business world the remainder of the day, thus combining instruction with experience. This fine organization works not only for itself, but charitably for others. Among the year's activi- ties on the calendar for these youngsters are their annual County Cooperative Education Day, their Employer-Employee Banquet, the care of an adopted family, and the delivery of Christmas cards. There are many fine organizations in North Miami, but this group of students can hold its head high with pride for its independence and industry. Members of DCT gather on auditorium steps. Listed alphabeticaly, members are: Janet Bednar, Louis Bieder, Joan Chmura, Karen Daum, Meryl Lee Davis, Cloria Feigelman, Davis Helf, Gail Kantor, Jack Lester, Diane Lux, Alicia Marconi, Viena Madison, Barry Mann, Joyce K Officers pictured above are Viena Madison, Treasurer, Lee Marconi, Corresponding Secretary, Clare Sasso, Vice- President, and Judy Smith, President. Not pictured is Diane Sambridge, Recording Secretary. Newman, Pamela Osterreicher, Marie Powell, Irene Pue, Richard Ress, Diane Sambridge, Clare Sasso, Judith Schwebke, Judith Smith, Judith Swope, and Donna Yamo. The advisor is Mrs. Annabelle Schmaus. ff" -sa -'- ijg ,,,, ,. tx' i:'2f"" Ann Kenny Ioan Sherman Diane Dotterelli Gail jarvinen Mrs. Elisabeth Hinshaw President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Coordinator C. B. E. The C.B.E. students have a major responsibility in the business world. The objectives of this club CBE members I. Fritz, P. Hurley, B. Smith, K. Halton, B. Athy, S. Reeder, M. Dallas, and D. Yeargley are ready for the Parent-daughter Tea. ROW 1: I. Glover, F. Parker, S. Reedir, Z. Zeider, M. Dallas, K. Holton, D. Yeagley. ROXV 2: I. Post, M. Nesbitt, I. Fritz, I. Sherman, P. Hurley, D. Dotterelli, B. Athy, C. -z are to help the students develop attitudes of ef- ficiency, individual responsibility, and proper Work habits, that will aid them in gaining promotion in their chosen occupation. G. Delgado, B. Prine, S. Zeidner, L. Messana, J. Post, G. Lauliert, F. Parker, I. Glover, and P. Ware leave school to go to work. 5 X if ,Q Jarvinen. ROVV 3: P. WVare, C. Lauhert, L. Messana, A. Kenny, B. Smith. NOT PICTURED: D. Smith Cdeceasedj K. Smith, P. Barrieault, J. Lay, A. Trotta, L. Hailey. i 2 fi ft 2 . 5 f 1 -2 'f as ' 3 T I :" 245334 ' 2544 ,Y 1112 CIE CE CL B The purpose of the Science Club is to promote interest in science and serve as an aid to the science teachers. The major project for the year is the Science Fair. The only requirement for mem- bership in this club is to show SITTING: Mike Sharon, Alva Newman, Suzi Rank, David Sirowi. STANDING: Ray Wilensky, Andy Fox, jay Zimmerman, Ricki Gordon, Harvey Levine, Lonnie Mallov, Mr. Spencer. SLIDE R LE The question of how and why are further pursued by the Slide Rule Club. Members learn the inticracies of multi- plication, division and squar- ing. The powers of numbers are made easier by the slide rule. Mrs. Elizabeth Lynch Sponsor P I "'T"v3' v '- ,f KNEELINC: S. Kaplan. FIRST ROW: S. Rank, Marinelli, R. Byrd, R. Cordon, I. Axt, R. Byrd. an interest in science. C. Maysman. SECOND ROW: I . .. , . Jima -A ' rw-u ... - . . "' , . . .5 1, 5 Q ' ., "I, 49. i f: 79 . 'P 'IP 'JB' .A 4 .--.4 ROVV 1, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Affh'-11' Chapman, S- Lieber- Sandra Rosensweig, Mrs. Doran. ROXV 3, LEFT TO mlm iP1'e5ideI1tl, Diane Delming, H- NeW11121,H, Robert Af- RIGHT: Bill Gonsentino, M. Berman, Ronald XVelch, Paul gento. ROYV 2, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Pat OI-eflfy, Cathy Beernan, Mike Corden, M. Nisenberg, Mrs. Beals, sponsor. Buzzard, Betty Cahoon, Pat Twitchell, Sarah Rosenberg, LA TI CL B ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Koppelman, T. Cox, C. Cook, L. Vega CTreasurerJ, I. Beskind CVeepJ, P. Zwolinski fPresidentD, G. YVeitzell CSecretaryl, S. Wagner, E. Donner- stag, M. Monashkin. ROWV 2, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Dine, D. Atkin, D. Smith, N. Klores, D. Mullen, L. Rovel-Rix, SPANISH CLUB N. Cooper, T. Porteous, E. Klika, C. Kurto, R. Bleuvis, D. Gomes. ROW 3, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Atwood, J. Russe, W. Scott, L. Garrett, S. Cowan, R. Gordon, D. Dickinson, C. DeAngeles, M. Harris, D. Davidson, M. Kanov. W LA Y' I . 4. . I Q q , f ,A ,V . 'ff W' W i i as E iga , 5 ,sz W. rroo L. ..- f I I 'f .,,A , 4512. I fee ... A ,W mwlfwi 1 1 ii 'E 74 , l "' if jf! f ,T 'fi T , , 5 af , f ' ' ' s 4,4 , qi M - V 1 ' " 9' f 4 ,Ui "" "' T X x M ' ! ' - sp N ,,, an if ,f wi! ' f r W, 5,3 s V, , , K I if , 1 av., 'fi Y 135 M1 W ,Sli I L' fr ' X N, fl. .. 4525 H ' ,.., LEFT TO RIGHT' ROW 1' Carol Clements Mary Ewell fwjffg ,Verone Barbara Harris Betty Haenisch ROW 3' Phyllis Pam Adclson, Barbara Huall. ROXV 2: Ann,XVolfee, Hamiltbn, Phyllis Conte, Karen Humbiirg, Gerry' Bogart, Shopmaker, jo O'Brian, Diane Cline, Vicki Rice, Linda Linda Lewis, Alice Munz, Linda NVi1liams. PIU ETTES LETTER CL B ALLIED YO TH LEFT TO RIGHT, ROVV 1: Kathy Evers, Put Carter, J. comb, Pat Witmer, Kathy Huff, Ioan Up de Graff, Ross Hemingway, Andy Harner, Sue Garrett, Donna Leonard. McKelvey. ROW 3: Mr. Lipscomb, Serwind Netzler, Cary ROW 2: Bob Liotta, Sharon McFarland, Roberta Lips- Ramey, Iim Chaplin, Ted Massing, Bill Roberts. X742 Qvq, GA- S uf wit ROVV 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Reece, Jack Goaerts, Ger- gert, Paul Grouleff, Barbara Demarest, Paul NVhiteman, ry Greenfield, Diane Iernee, Jo Farris, Bill Thompson, Bob ADH Furle, Ray Murray. Roch. ROXV 2, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. johnson, Alice See- RIFLE CL B ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Millar, Janet Brogren, C. Maysman, Marian Flum, S. Katz, Pam Reider. ROW 2: LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Keller, Evelyn Russell, Glenda Neuenswander, Sharyn Adler, Robert Quint, Maureen Zaas, Diane Williams, Ruben Holschauer. ROW 3, LEFT TO GER A CLUB RIGHT: Lu Near, Robert McFarlane, John Puckle, Bill Reece, Barry Gorlin, Mike Berg, Bill Brakell. ROYV 4. LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Grouleff, G. Johnston, Ronald Schley, R. Raffo, H. Levine, R. Gordon, C. Graffam, Iohn Zimmerman. i394 SITTING: Rick Wilkinson, Buzz Pierce, Bob Heckman, Jerry Kaplin, Peter Zwolinski, Gary Ramey, Morris Bry- Kenny Howard, Bill Roberts, Doris Conrad, Bob Liotta, son, Ed Newman, Tom Janusz, David Vogl, Bill Long, Ted johnson, Mike Shieks, Carl Carter, Paul Curcio. Henry Sertt. STANDING: Jim Chaplin, Ross McKelvey, George Long, , may .X , , ,ff EQ' i Bob Loitta Bill Roberts Jim Chaplin President Vice President Corresponding Secretary T""'w-TUE Exits :W ' IQ f , r,..,,. 5 ,W 94 if T355 . 13' , ' 4 , STANDING: Tom Janusz, Bill Roberts. Bob Liotta, George Long, Ed Newman. SITTING: jim Chaplin, Doris Conrad, Ross McKelvy, Henry Sertt. 134 f, ,.',l!4f'g" fufjfw ts- , ,QF -being' . Doris Conrad Sweetheart Ross McKelvey Treasurer Under the guidance of Mr. Cornell, sponsor, the boys of Hi-Y have par- ticipated in many projects. At the beginning of the year they put up signs throughout the school to help orientate the incoming sophomores. This year they also painted the Teach- er's Lounge, participated in the Foreign Student Week carnival, sold candy to aid the YMCA, and were of general service to the staff and stu- dents. Three members from our school went to Youth Legislature in Talla- hassee in which members of Hi-Y take over the state government. The only requirements for mem- bership in this club is to appear be- fore the board which is composed of the officers and sponsor. - I 4 lst-W. fi S N ' 'W A ,sa , ag X' ' . . - , .. . 5 . , is i S ,.. Q yo-A . "- ' 1 . X, . xrf Q . s..'a,,... ,... ...gmc -A . FIRST ROW: C. Adugo, M. Torontali, B. Fader, P. Hahn, C. Pecchio. V. Rice, B. Setzer. SECOND ROW: V. Rushton, F. Keefer, C. Herrera, M. Macchio, C. Zimmerman, A. Wolfer, I. Castoro, A. Tartaglia, C. Stimian, S. Leonard, F. Brown, I. Phillips, R. Papale. THIRD ROWV: C. Bravo, I. Cernert, J. Hagan, I. Seifert, D. Masenheimer, R. -fum! Vickers, A. Tindell, I. Hagapion, C. Smith, C. Altenbaugh, B. Onove, Mrs. Ketzel. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Bowman, M. McGowan, D. Borrero, K. Weirsrack, L. Young, R. Kirk, F. Young, D. Leatherwood, N. Cooper, C. Van Brocklin, P. Bowman. TRI - HI - To extend the Hi-Y movement to areas where there is no Y.M.C.A. is the main goal of Hi-Y mem- bers. Their projects include corridor signs and world service. The motto of Hi-Y is to "create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity, a high standard of Christian Character." To live according to the motto is their only re- Tri-Hi-Y officers, and Sweetheart, Bob Liotta, be good leaders for their club. Pam Hahn Vice-President Carole Pecchio Acting President Corresponding Secretary , . .5 'Z 11- I f.a. T-S TA I strive to Vicki Rice Treasurer f 'arf . quirement for membership. Brenda Setzer Chaplain R 0 ' , in " Mrs. Ketzel Sponsor . 'J ' '21 7 N 135 SITTING: P. Fortman, K. Johnson, P. Hepp, I. Zimmer- man. STANDING: K. Hutchinson, T. Petras, C. Carter, I. Sheaks, I. LaMontaigne, M. Bryson, I. Sickler. DRAKES Promoting school spirit, and publi- cizing the swim team are among the many aims of the Drakes. Since its beginning at North Miami four years ago, this boys' social organization has raised money each year for the state swimming meet. They have many parties and dances, to celebrate their many swim meet victories. jim Sickler Ted Petrus President Vice-President F1 sv 7' . .. xv ctr I X-4 136 j Pete Hepp Recording Secretary W' 1 4hmwv Quanta-lan . . ' '- fxso . ..,,.: Q Q t Q -D 11 Q :" ' H 'v I '.kk . I Q .,L, ' K Nancy Keyes Sue Clifford jane Rohrback President Vice President Recording Secretary l 1 Jil, li' 2 , l Q.-l,, 1. ' if .V tsl f.,. r 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Geller, Sharon Gershin, Beverly Dickerson, jimmy Sickler,' Lee Schichtel, Bonni Ranch, Kathie Evers, Susan Clifford. T Q ". fi Q at is a .. If by rf! 1: o Trf r at ' 1 ti. 1 : m . iWg ' F 'ee' Q if L i Kathie Evers Jeanie Scanlan Corresponding Secretary Treasurer SIRE A An interest club at North Miami, Sirena is composed of members of the swim team and those exceptionally in- terested in supporting North Miami's Swim team. The goal of Sirena is to send the best swim team possible to win the state meet for North Miami. Besides their projects to raise money, they devote much time and energy to helping the unfortunate. Their en- thusiastic team spirit is an inspiration to all. ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathie Evers, Bonni Ranch, VVeeks, jimmy Sickler, Jeanie Scanlan, Sharon Gershin, Jane Rohrback, Beverly Dickerson, ROXV 2: Barbara Wein- lNIerrY Selig, Sherri Hoffenberg, Nancy Keyes. stein, Susan Clifford, Kathy Geller, Lee Schichtel, Florence x , , 'zz 07655, rm-ax. t 'if Row 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Lynn, R. Koenig, D. C-atto, M. Ross, B. Friedlander, M. Soloman. ROW 2: I. Volluck, H. VVechsler, M. Catto, C. Lawn, D. Weinstein, B. Crown. ROXV 3: Mr. Basnett, M. Goldberg, A. Klien, "Unity for Service" is the motto of Junior Ex- change Service Club. Before applicants may be considered for membership, they must have a 3.0 scholastic average and exhibit outstanding qualities of leadership. Some of their projects include sup- pling homecoming decorations, distributing spirit tags, and providing soft drinks for the cheerleaders ev X fl --lf uf iv , ,L Margaret Gatto, jr. Exchange Sweetheart H1 E. Donnerstein, H. Sher, S. Cowan, J. Wand, M, Lieber- man. NOT PICTURED: D. Gustin, S. Lowe, H. -Festoff, R. Herbert, R. Fingerhut, S. Shapiro. at football games. The club also sponsors the an- nual "Not just Another Dancev in the fall. Junior Exchange's biggest fund raising project this year was the swanki-nap sale. Reigning over this sale was Miss Swanki-nap, Miram Lefkowitz. Howie VVechsler and Barry Crown display junior Exchange ban- ner. J Amold Klien holds Miss Swanki-nap ballot box. Barry Crown 4 President We ,.., ,f Dale Gustin P Vice-president 4:5 A ,. '43 ,IU IOR EXCHA GE f ,Ziyi ,449 ye, ,, Richie Koenig Chaplain Jeff Volluck Secretary l n A "I can't believe itll' says Miri- am Lefcowitz, as she is crown- ed Miss Swanki-nap. Harvey Sher, Ioe Wand, and Dave Weinstein show their Junior Exchange pins. LEFT TO RIGHT: R. P. Sapanaro, B. Caprio, H. Pingston, 1, Hungerbuhler, S. Long, W. Kates, T. Thomas, G. Hayes M. Hahn, B. Heckman, L. Plant, T. Hames, C. Collins, T. Petras, M. Rehr, and C. Fieldus. LETTERMA ' CL UB Letterman's Club is composed of the most out- standing varsity athletes. Each member must have obtained at least one letter in such sports as foot- ball, track, basketball, swimming, golf, and gym- nastics. The purpose of this organization is to recognize the top athletes in the school and promote sports- manship and spirit. -'gg y' i'. ,MVA H., agfm V 40 W9 W fd, 2 7 Butch Caprio Walter Kates Peter Sapanaro Mike Rehr , 'Q Q . LA t W 140 , fi fgfWM7,V ' Q45 in , f , Q4f4VjeJf2 , ff john Hungerbuhler Manny Hahn x QC l f Q X f iff , 1 ff 'Yg2,dZffVf4 Y, WK .7 Q: ef W ddkgw 'wff0 I MZ H,,.., E U 'I l. Steve Long Bobby Heckman K , 1tc.'W5 AM I Gary Hayes Letson Plant y f fy - .-,, 0 ,..,. , 'l Y LETTERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: John Hungerbuhler, Presidentg Candy Collins, Sweetheartg Walter Kates, Vice Presidentg Butch Caprio, Secretaryg and Pete Sapanaro, Treasurer. nz-' g i . f'-fl -,-.N,, 4 f, , ,X ,L Carl Carter Harry Pingston , ,Q 1 S Z ,LM f gp ,, 3 , 4 X ,KW f I f, ,, f 'Z X, ,, 1 - 2 07' a - 25, Tommy Thomas Chuck F ieldus , Q. ,, f f X Q f , 6 I , ' 9 A-mf f A7 1 if Wm Candy Collins Letterman Club Sweetheart M 2 z' P " Q 'yf ,H 2497 ,, ' if 'N v Vgfr XM. 4,,7f f 4 ,if y 'z if 2 if ra . K4 ' e ef' 7,9 ff I Q Q44 ,-'Z 1 , , f f' r f I Y ef 'X we ff K '4 lift. ,.,., , SITTING LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Lieberman, L. Gray, I. Brown, C. Massey, M. Zaas, B. Davis. SECOND ROW: D. Cates, G. Petrie, I. Rosenwasser, M. Iannacone, B. w 1 ' , I w 'VT 1 'f Mrs. Conrad and Mrs. McElwee, Anchor sponsors, chat at meeting. Kathy Lumer Vice President Arlene Francis President 142 'c fs., Krenzer, B. Hall. THIRD ROW: I. Paisley, A. Francis, K Lumer, T. Kaylor, C. Creenstone, S. Semrad, M. Luksa, I. David. Anchor, ending its third year, at North Miami, is sponsored by the Pilot Club of Coral Gables. The members have participated in the United Cerebral Palsy Program, Muscular Distrophy Drive, Mental Health Program, March of Dimes, and collected foood for the Salvation Army. The main goal of Anchor Service Club is to serve the school and the community. In doing this, they develop initiative, prepare for citizen- ship, and most important, they learn to cooperate with others. These girls, who must maintain a 2.8 average, have rendered much service to North Miami, Work- ing under their motto, "Anchored We Hold." A CHOR Marie Dallas Recording Secretary Judy Clover Corresponding Secretary f A gi , 5 L, . , .1. if 'ii . Qs- Qi ii .1 in ,av i 5 X Y Q 2 5' Linda Forrester Anchor Mascot Anchor Admiral, Tom Kaylor, and Anchor Angel, Liz Gray exchange news before class. ,X rrxwligwr ' jr 9 fs M 'fs n nf W Jill David "tries" to think of a new Anchor project Royanne Massey and Marie Iannacone check the club board for Anchor news. Stephanie Semrad has a suggestion to offer at the Anchor Meeting. Rosanne Upshaw President , E 13 ,Mg nf 3 M X julie Lafortuna Vice-president I if U 2572- ' S il i fl Lrg, . ff Q Bonnie Williams Recording Secretary Bonnie Ranch Corresponding Secretary are iwti, , Roberta Frey Treasurer 144 BACK ROW, Left to Right: T, Hogan, L. Mason, G. Weitzell, H. Dunlap, I. Bender, S. Lacey, L. Wood, D. Schneider, B. Smith, D. Schneider, B. Smith, G. Iarvinen, T. Ciovanelli, D. War- ren, B. Greenwalt, L. Schichtel, P. Snowden, M. Mazilewski, L. Mason, E. O'Hea1'n, L. Smith. SEATED: S. Hodges, M. Nesbitt, C. Hensley, B. Ranch, C. Harmony, B. Williams, L. johnson, I. Lafortuna, R. Upshaw, B. Trick, P. Rose. Casanova Dick Mills and Sweetheart Barbara Smith. " ' 'fi"' ..,,, 1 Miss Veiling K Sponsor ,414 f , ZH CT L ' L 2,fA,,,: ,,,, Y Y..,...-.-. W-.. ... -.. - .1 f: 4s f il G. Weitzell, L. Mason, L. Johnson polish the tro- phies in the main hall. CIVINETTES ects include the maintenance of the trophy case, the Faculty Tea and organization of the Unicef Drive. Civinette colors are Royal Blue and Cold. They require a 2.8 average. New Civinette members give plants to all the teachers. AH .ggi 44, -. . lr I 54f, 4,,' 4fQgr.w,j.. r sm' r aw-'Tj sgy g MFE I 'War' ,yi V ,.,. ' -Ne -nnf, f, , A if 1--"' -7 -vw api qw' W' H, 1 'Q xr Q Qui 4' N ii . a 11.1. ' 1 . , A ll ' .Q if " 'v ,Q 99 in , .. avi! .fx-A Q .5 -1- ya -fur R. Mayhew, I. Siry, T. Hockett, D. Mills, C. Barton, R. Meyers, B. Glasberg, S. Mastropaola, C. Mastropaola P Orr, T. Dobbs, R. Vance, Mr. Viviano, I. Bussey, B. Pettit, M. Shanahan, I. Baker, Sullivan, R. Ryle, D. Allen, D. Hansill, E. Masaitis, D. Sponsored by the Sr. Civitan International, Ir. Civitan has ended its first and very successful year at North Miami. Jr. Civitan's motto is "Builders of Good Citizen- shipv and their colors are blue and gold. Members must have a 2.8 average and unquestionable character. One of their most successful fund raising proj- ects was the selling of Claxton fruit cake. Dick Mills Sal Mastropaolo John Bussey PI'CSiCl6l'1t Vice-President Treasurer 146 .N I' Mr. Viviano Sponsor Q , r i ia iif i ' . , 'it ,,,,,..f-W QA -gf The Iunior Civitan Senior members relax on the Senior Walk. ,,f ,..g-Q-' kzgm. - Mascot, Mark Lindas, and Sweetheart, Pam Pettit, study on the Senior Vfalk before fu' ft x W ,Q 1 ,I .-. M, 'lx J'-2 r vi ' 2 " 4 I class. 58' l Q, of KM. Lindas, T. Hockett, D. Mills, J. Bascer, Mr. Viviano, S. Mastropaolo, J. Bussey, and C. Mastropaolo, discuss a new project. .f , 99' gy. I H 6 iw'- QMHZZ 4 K .MA "W, "Welcome to Junior Civitann say the old members to the new ones. ,QQ 'iii'- has my 'u7,""'1fW' '16 af 1172 M4-A Sten Lilholt, jimmy Sickler, Moe Bryson, and Denny Ros- sini, attentively listen to Honoria members, Marillee VValsh, Sharon Usinger, Sandy Hoover, Marie Barber, and Pat Edwards as they sing them a singing valentine. Marcia Elmore, Joanne Hoschar, EneTea Saama and Virginia Godbee, susy selling Jimmy Sickler a Senior picnic hat. ---V - ,mfg-Q...-.aawfxv-1-.f,:-.1 :-,..m,-- ..v.v1-..:::.,. .-1:-.x.n-svn'--me-v-w-mqmfi QF 1 H., . K, 'ix ' m me -,-' . QW. x . . . , if 1 , ,v "' - f V,,,. ' K f . . z g snieun Roberta LiPSC0Ulb Marie Barber Joy Winston Judy Witt P1'e5id6I1t Vice President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Steve Long Honoria Hunk ROW 1: I. Winston, J. Witt, M. Walsh, L. Phipps, Katz, C. Elias, R. Lipscomb, S. Lilholt, M. Barber, H0 ORIA Members of Honoria Service Club strive to serve others and not themselves, to give and not count the cost, to labor and not ask for any reward and to Leserve the knowledge that they have done their very est. Some of their projects include corresponding with a mental home, visiting the Old Folk's Home, adopting a foreign child, and working for the Cancer Society. The girls publish baseball and track schedule cards, senior banquet place cards, and hold a successful In- ter-Club picnic. Their motto astill higher- ever upward" tells how Honoria members promote scholarship, leadership, character, citizenship, and civic responsibility. mswumnuvnfnm, 4.1.1 -,1.., ..., .. , , J-u 7-13.5. 3 W, a 'ff' , W'-'fin-Q.. i fa' S239 . . 5 Bonnie Brickman Treasurer-Sweetheart I ' 4 4 4.5. ff. at Q ', 4 it Sten Lilholt Honorary Member . Gilbert, R. Mintz, S. Mansfield, C. Frank, L. Lavac, S. . Rothenberg, P. Edwards, Mrs. Brown. S Hoover, J. Schwietzer, M. Litvan, I. Lipari. ROYV 2: R, Long, E. Saarna, C. Fluhr, A. Leonard, J. Hoschar, S. S l Usinger, C. Waxman. ROW 3: C. Clifton, M. Elmore, . x ff, if if I ,Mg JZ, vi . Mime 149 ff Y , 1 if AA . ' 1 , 47 ' W '3' ,f t Mya, i -,I 5, .I i Susan Garrett Ray Sims Tom Dallinger Sweetheart President Vice President Susan Garrett, Tom Dallinger, and Robbie Lipscomb help sell North Miami Banners for Ir. Optimist. MEMBERS ARE: Sponsor, Mr. Darrow, Steve Garrett, Tom Dallinger, john Holt, and Mr. Edge. .V S a 2516 , .. ,,.. i Q ur, ,,,,..., UNIOR OPTIMIST With "Optimism in Life" as their main goal, the Optimist Club encourages its members along social and intellectual lines. The 25 members, who main- tain a 2.5 average, sponsor various projects annually. In the line of charity work, they conduct a blood drive, collect toys for tots and have an Easter party for the aged each year. For school projects they sell North Miami pennants, have a Charlie Brown Blast, and a cow bell sale. Rosenthal, Jimmy Head, Ray Sims, Sue 150 'QW W l 1 Y 'f-U 'l'Pff jimmy Head sells Lee Schichtel a North Miami Roberta Lipscomb and Ray Sims make plans pennant. for a social. Tom Dallinger shows Robbie Lipscomb and Sue Garret how the pennants are made. -Q-,my , M, K , ., Kathy Evers, Rosemary Dorta, Sue Garrett, Carol Haines Senior jr. Optimist members gather on the Senior Walk and Lee Schichtel make noise with the cow bells they to sell pennants to their friends. have just bought from Ir. Optimist members. C" f1r:.,,,,, k M , 151 7 1 . ' , ,fry V fm- 'vw f iff f President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Roy Emmett jay Beskind Paul Beeman Steve Long Mike Henry ' . ,M fm- . r' if ,, 5 ,V b Tm 'wc Mg:-:...:.,. ' K Sponsor Mr. Garth Members left to right: First row: Tony DeSoto, Sandy Mac- Donald, Richard Kelton, jeff Faulkenger, Bob Bashew, Roy Emmett, Sandy Reese, jay, Beskind, Tommy Thomas, Mike Henry, Paul Ceison, Gordon Freas. Second row: jules KEY CL B "Key Club Buildsv is a fitting motto for this or- ganization. Composed of 40 boys, each with at least a 3.0 average, Key,s annual projects include Career Day, safe Driving Week, and the sale of Sweetheart calendars. Another exclusive Key contribution are the "Pioneer" and "Pioneeress" this year featuring Mike Henry and Key Club's sweetheart Sandy Reese. Besides service projects and community drives, Key sponsors the annual Christmas Ball. Zucker, Alan Lavan, Marvin Harris, Ray Contreas, Richard Ulman, Paul Beeman, Steve Long, Dwight Dickinson, XVally Schoditsch, Bill Herring, Cene Schwerin, and Donny Dickerson. -- f.-.14 f 2 5 Steve Long and Tommy Thomas raising the flag at the beginning of the school day. .,,,V,:,T..W-v.r...T,.., ,., ..,.... ..,, . W.. - Y .u , . . F5 -r . '- Key Club's annual project is selling Sweethearts calendars. Left to right: Donny Dickerson, Marvin Harris, Richard Ulman, XVally Schoclitsch, jay Beskind, Dwight Dickenson, jules Zucker, Gene Schwerin, Terry Beeman, and Paul Geison. .r -V91 y ,Nl EC-H . N if E xl . Q X 49 Sweetheart Sandy Reese Ray Contreas shoots off the cannon as the Pioneers score a touchdown during the Hialeah game. One of Key Club's services to the school is posting the coming events in the Key Club showcase at the front of the school. 153 BILL ' VM., ' if I r M . .3 ei- , fl -V . V ff '-"'vv ,, A , " f , ,, f up 'H-. 5. ua' W ' A it 11. A .1 ' , A "uf" , Sharon Dowdle Paula Moore Chris Bannack Anita Lipof Kathy Shannon Mrs. N' ho Pf6S1deI1f Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Spo or M S UB DEB " 'UQ Q lla Under their motto, aService Denotes r S N U Q Characterf Sub Deb members Work p A AV p , ' L hard for their school and community. "'i p if 6. ' Included in their service projects are, , p et' 'A H21 4 . the supporting of an orphan, spon- y 'S . s -- 505113 Hifi SPM Find SPOftSmHDShip 'di' 1 I 'Q' ' Jyvdrive, giving Christmas corsages to , A 1 Y teachers, making aprons for cafeteria A 'A X7 Workers, and the up keep of the Senior ,f Walk showcase. The Sub Deb colors are pink, for pf, ,fuo ,A feminity, and gray, for loyalty to the A i"' S SCh001- Sub Debs biggest fund raising and ly Q' X x "2 social projects of the year, was spon- plrpd A 2 jf, p' sormg the Lea Lea Luau. A if 'lg ,.7. Vicki Weithom john Hungubuler, Dreamboat Sweetheart FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Swindell, C. Weis- barm, K. Huft, Mrs. Nicholas, V. Weithorn, A. Harner, L, Collins, A. Lipof, C. Bannack, S. Dowdle, I. Hungubuler, Dickinson, D. Denning. SECOND ROW: B. VVilliams, C. P. Moore, K. Shannon, I. Culletto, L. Plant, W. Middendorf. C ' r , asf- , fmt "7 . .W , f fa , A 'KQW ,Y v 1, vw 2 J r .1 .2 Diane Denning, Mary Lipscomb, and Mary Swindell make leis fir the Sub-Deb Luau. Sub Deb officers and Mrs. Nicholas pose for their pictures at initiation. Sharon Dowdle, Jean Hagen, Anita Lipof, and Paula Moore fix the display case for "Sportsmanship Spirit Week." fe I I- 'xv 2 'I f , " . C , ',i- fifsl ' 1' fb " li: ' 1 ,., f I v- .rf , fi if 9 . . H171 'Q , W ,f .f ,Wax '-s I 22 . Diane Denning gives Mrs. Nicholas her Christmas Corsage while the other mem- bers look on approvingly. 155 ,. at -E Rf 25 wi if at A .. 6 Ida Amer - ' A Corresponding Secretary 'Q Y -' ' f Q" Ioan UpdeCraff f President S 495' . 1 . 1 , ' ,sfo f Q59 S- 1, -. Q sw. V ,. ,, ., ...AE 1 5 MN- ! 4 ff 'E 41 2165. " . if 55-'fin '. T' f A 1-.5215 , :IEW , .V ,. Sue Garrett Recording Secretary Pat Gagliardi Vice-President SORROTA "United as a team, in perfect harmonyv is the Sorrota Service Club as they render services to the church, school and community. One of the many services performed this year was the annual clothing drive, held for the Cuban Relief program. Various articles of clothing were placed in boxes throughout the school, which elped refuges in Miami. Requiring a 3.0 average to join, the Sorrota mem- bers work under their motto "You have Hitched Your YVagon to a Star." Johanna Hilldring Treasurer 1 In Mrs. Delabar Sponsor 4 . at FIRST ROVV LEFT TO RICHT: C. Clifton, S. Garrett, J. UpdeCraf, M. Shanahan, P. Cagliardi, I. Amer, I. Hilldring. SECOND ROW: D. Roth, L. Allen, S. Mackay, L. Ames, P. XVitmer, B. Sexton, A. Kem, D. Andel, S. Dine, I. Schneider, J. King, S. Solomon, B. Smith. THIRD ROVV: I. Kozel, S. Collins, S. Parslow, D. Smith, E. 156 Boryk, I. Bates, S. Gable, P. Frizzell, S. Bradley, Herberholtz, D. Miller, M. Abdella. FOURTH ROW: VValker, D. Conrad, A. Howells, V. Veit, C. Bogart, Brown, L. Thomas, C. Illegen, D. Caudett, S. Reese, Clifford, C. Kem. . .- f 7s - as ,ix y-.-Q .x,, .. gf, K Qs Sorrota girls talk about "old times" at the Alumni Party. "I hope he burns well" says Judy King as she and Carol Pat Gagli the annua Clifton get ready to bring the dummy for the bonfire, into the school. Linda Tyler Sweetheart ardi presents Ioan UpdeGraff with her gavel at l Christmas party. Marty Shanahan Sugar "This cake is great," says Dottie Andel to Pam Frizzell at the Alumni Party. 5 , f, ur my JBVQUM ff , If W f 3 - 157 F 'dk :XA FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Pelecki E. Millmore J. Chaplin N, Gotther S. Kallison S. Lilholt R. Hols- S. Kiplan A. Levin M. Caffin S. Dowdle N. Southard haver J. Conrad R. King C. Graffam Mr. Miller. R. Raffo R. Cordon T. Karras D. Perlin. SECOND ROW: V .Jr .: .. iv M, Nelson Southard President I Mike Caffin Recording Secretary Mr. Miller Sponsor X . fx WHEEL CLUB One of the outstanding service clubs at North Miami is NVheel Club. The club promotes the idea of service to ourselves our school our community and a feeling to friendship for all. Community services include the distribution of Thanksgiving baskets. Also included in Wheels activities is the publishing of the student directories the selling of senior pins and the selling of year- Ronnie Crivaro Vice-President book cover. Sharon Dowdle Sweetheart 155. , f Romolo Raffo Corresponding Alan Levin Treasurer Mike Gaffin pins Sharyn Grant's Senior pin on her. XVheel Club members renew Sharon Dowdle's driver's license. X Ae. N Q36 '55, vig., C i nn i M 6 V 15 wir N X 'L ff X l K 3 Y 1 3 i C r e Carol Elias buys her Wheel Club student directory from Chuck Craffam while other members look on. .Q ..,. 1 5 X32 12 25 f " ,Fl 'M V 5' ll' I IT .I Q ff, , 7.1 , President Sandra Morici Vice-President C V 37 --9-4 , 4: ,fft f 7 f 1 ,f Recording Secretary Treasurer Rita Osborne Marcia Traband Marie Barber Io Lipari First organized in I855, Y-Teens has grown into an international organization with branches in all of the 50 states and many foreign countries. Under the supervision of their sponsor, Miss Bultman, Y-Teens progressed greatly. New activi- ties were introduced through the club into North Miami by the President, Sandra Morici. - Among its many projects, Y-Teens had its Mother-Daughter Banquet and Installation Serv- ices at the Club House Restaurant, two car washes, three bake sales, addressed envelopes to Cuban FIRST ROVV, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Bultman. SECOND ROW: I. Katz, P. Edwards, L. Weinberg, R. Liss. THIRD ROW: R. Herbert, J. Lipari, I. Cox, C. Luksa, B. Phipps. families, collected funds for UNICEF and the United Fund and had a winning float in the Home- coming Parade. Y-Teens introduced "Derby Day" this year to North Miami, a fun day in which all clubs partici- pated for prizes. There was an egg throwing con- test and sack races. It was a barrel of fun for all those who participated. Members of Y-Teens must maintain a 3.0 aver- age for the year and must be in good standing with the school and the community. FOURTH ROW: V. Stark, P. Frizzell, S. Storms, I. Abele, L. Plant, I. George, T. Weigle, L. Walker, I. Bennett, C. Bennett. .5 2' z. .. - . 'PW 5 K jf Q.: R, 4' wp r a 'rv gli ,,,'- 2 160 . M.,-,s nav, . -.fN:'m-1..:- JA: 'lv' . -. A-. X' ' s f. 2 ar.. N.. M.- ' P " 'rf lf" H ' ' " , ,.., . f. , . .1 1. '. 5, Af .R Q, E. 1.4, . I f.,,,,,7 .....: rv I- fi- J, FV .153 5 f , f . . ,Z g.. , -, V . . -- - fs' V' '. -2-1' 2-:A 1 .,-'i:.-if 1 M .ff --s ,r s V if ' f is Y ' K V -. 1 P M fr, 91' -VL", 'aft-14 ' A 3 J' 4" 7' "Y 2 P lwflf , 'fr - f ,.,fg5f1.g 5.effi.f . .. ' ., ' " 'a- , 2.. "" ' . B X P fkffhil ' 'ff 1 Q M J " we fi' 'f. V " 'r ' '-5v1f':i1 VW, -J 4 , , f.f.:'z' '- - ' , W. J . :arf-' W... J" f n 1 1 ' ,- . Ivy , - - ,,,, f.f, V. L , , ., If 591 ffl 5 f L f f Q if W if i- 171' VU, , M jMf1.f m.., V gm 4, fn. nw 5H,,5i,,,'.v,,., 4. ,f 1 Q. in 4 .fg f 45'-' 'ij-fl lffff ' , i will 1952 . n, I. , . -' 2 1, L - V. Stark, R. Herbert, J. Abele, R. Osborne, T. Weigle, Y-Teen members, R. Osborne, M. B. Phipps, and L. Plant look at the key chains Y-Teens NVickenhauser, and C. Vlfiddekincl, place a note on the members sold. clipboard. Barber, M. Traband, J. "These are the new membership applications," says S. Morici to B. Phipps, L. McNicol, B. Werner, S. Walker, D. Miner, C. Bennett and T. Weigle. Senior Y-Teen members are: Row 1: L. McNicol, K. Fritz, S. Morici B. Ranch. Row 2: S. Walker, B. Werner, D. Miner, A. Howells, C Widclekind A. McSheehan. Row 3: M. Traband, R. Osborne, C Prater, B. 'l'1ick, L. Plant, M. Farrar, J. Oliveri, M. Barber, L. Gray: Marcia Traband and Letson Plant are Y-Teen's Sweethearts. . . . . ,. .. i fa f f --f- ' wf4,qzxm4 Q 1 V., f lw I- ' A ff-, ifjugfj: WA. E i J QQWQQWJJ ,Q f , ff f A,,f A I , . .., A, ,V ,Ex CIN' 61167 ,: ff Yi: 55" .,... The thundering roar of the crowds spreads over the gridiron and slowly dies away to join the slum- bering ghosts of the past as the game is over, but the glories of the contest live on in our treasure chest of memories as we relive those thrilling mo- ments in our 1961 Conestoga . . . our collection of moments to remember. No one will forget the thrilling victory over our arch-rival or the bitter taste of defeat after a hard- fought basketball game, and who will forget the sudden catch of breath as the sprinters roared in to break the tape in that big track meet. The smash of the serve, the crack of the bat, and the sudden- ness of spring . . . all are carefully stored for us in our memories. And who can deny the tingle of pride as an ath- lete lends a helping hand to a fallen opponent in an example of the sportsmanship which makes our memories of North Miami athletics live forever'P ATHLETICS -' W1 ""'UA' W" FIRST ROW: Adrian Laxson, Wally Flury, Pete Sapanaro, Charles Fieldus, Harry Pingston. SECOND ROW: Paul Duncan, Bus. Mgr., Walter Kates, John Stratton, Charles DeFrancisco, Steve Long, Harold Beals, Bill Broeman, Jim McNamara. THIRD ROW: Jack Clark, Asst. Coach, Ronnie George, Edward Maisaitis, John Wirth, Charles Kreioer, Jim Muthart, Ken Osbome, Ira Corliss. FOURTH ROW: Jack DelBello, Asst. Coach, James Murphy, David Edell, John Astling, Paul Cyson, Leroy Weichbrodt, Charles Lin as. VARSITY FUUTBALL The 1960-61 football season was filled with ex- citement as we won our opener, 14-O, over a bitter rival of long standing, the Edison Red Raiders. The Bogartmen lengthened their winnings by trouncing the Norland Vikings 39-13. The next game was lost to a mighty Cables team 13-O, but the Pioneers bounced back in the next meeting on the gridiron, ran over the Curley Knights, 40-27. A strong Miami High team, winning 26-7, gave us our second defeat, but the Pioneers, not to be daunted, sought and got revenge in a 19-0 victory over the Jackson Generals. The powerful Jacksonville teams handed North Miami two defeats in a row, Jax Jax, 14-7, before a disappointed Homecoming crowd, and Jax Lee, 25-7. The season ended on a joyous note, as the vali- ant Pioneers sprang back from these two setbacks to overpower a gallant Hialeah eleven for a 19-6 win, giving North Miami a seasonal record of five wins and four losses. 164 wsnuvfnlinr- "Red" Bogart Head Coach Nw ,""q' M1 -we FIRST ROW: Ronnie Macchiarolo, James Sickler, Donald Guise, Phil Caprio, Iohn Hungerbuhler, Jack Wayman, George Mirns, Manager. SECOND ROW: Pete Riblasi, George Sandeli, Ronald Loos, Randy Wilkinson, Letson Plant. THIRD ROW: Richard Kelton, Ted Massing, Bill :uni 11 I .T-'rf ' wif' 2 Dimathia, Dick Angelo, Pete Sarron, Ed Newman, Dave Brown, Richard Wilkinson, Ray Cagni, Asst. Coach, FOURTH ROW: Roy Hartley, james Snow, John Thomas, Richard Urbank, Tom Hames, Tommy Thomas, Ed Sul- livan, Asst. Coach. ' Edison 0 North Miami Norland 13 North Miami Coral Gables 13 North Miami Curley 27 North Miami Miami High 26 North Miami Jackson 0 North Miami Iax Iax 14 North Miami Jax Lee 25 North Miami Hialeah 6 North Miami BOTTOM ROW: Dave Brown, lim Sickler, Ted Massing, Tommy Thomas, Ira Corliss, Richard Kelton, Harry Pings- 1 Ronnie George, Rick Wilkinson, Adrian Laxson, John ton, Charlie Fieldus, Walter Kates. TOP ROW: Tom l Hungerbuhler, Phil Caprio, Wally Flury, Pet Sapanaro. Hames, Letson Plant, Steve Long, Ronald Loos, Bill Broe- l MIDDLE ROW: Ed Newman, Jim McNamara, Don Guise, man, Mark Lindas, Leroy Weighbrodt. I 4 i r I X ...f MW A Stingaree tackle halts N. M. quarterback, Chuck Fieldus, '- after a considerable gain through the M.H.S. secondary. , J M, Pioneer defender, Harry Pingston, seems to be the last one in sight to stop Jax Lee runner. Harry Pingston looks inside in hopes of finding running room, but only encounters Stingurec defendcrs. 166 l A Jax Lee halfback finds the going tough as he tries the left side of the Pioneer defense. I NORTH MIAMI OVER POWERS EDISON Coach Red Bogart found himself swept off his feet in the Orange Bowl as he led the Pioneers in their season opener to a smashing victory over Edison,s Red Raiders. The two touchdowns came from Pete Saponaro and Chuck Fieldus respectively. Saponaro's came in the final play of the first quarter as he burst through his left tackle for the six yards to the goal line. Fieldus took his from the Edisonites in a 10 yard scoring dash around the right end early in the fourth quarter. Surefooted Harry Pingston, End, did the kicking for the extra points, and gave North Miami their final score in the game that broke the Pioneers' Orange Bowl jinx. Three Bogartmen fall on one of the Red Raiders as fake strategy fails. E ia, Edisonites take down North Miami ball carrier. Coach Haywood Fowle's Raiders take down Pioneer runner. 167 PIONEERS T00 MUCH FOR NORLAND Pioneer head mentor, "Red" Bogart, analyzes the next play as North Miami advances against the Norland Vikings. A combination of an inexperienced Viking eleven and a determined Pioneer squad Was too much for a plucky Norland contingent as the Bogartmen emerged with a 33-12 victory. Flury ran the ball 60 yards for a touchdown on a punt returng his second came when he took a screen pass from Fieldus and ran 25 yards into the end zone. His third score came on a spectacular 72-yard run. Fieldus, Sapanaro, and Hungerbuhler each had six points, with Harry Pingston kicking three extra points. Eddie Gymrek, a Viking halfback, took a 16 yard pass from his quarterback to give Norland their first score, and their second and final score came with one minute to play as quarterback Larry Adams Went over from his nine. In net yards gained, North Miami had 357 yards compared to Norland's 197. 168 Norland runner is surrounded by Bogartmen when Pioneers and Vikings clashed. Letson Plant is almost a "lonely end" as he catches a pass that rattled Norland defense. 1 1 J CA VILERS TOP NORTH MIAMI Chuck Fieldus cuts inside as three Gables defenders close in. Pioneer halfbacks' fake attracts a Gables defender. I Pioneer Pete Saponaro crumbles after short gain against Coral Cables. Coral Cables' quick Cavaliers stomied North Miarni's Bogartmen 13-O, despite fine play by the "Big Threev, Fieldus, Flury, and Saponaro. Playing before 8,000 fans at the victor's field, the Pioneers played their hearts out for a last minute miracle. Power driving the ball to the Cava- lier 23 yard line in their final second desperation moves, they lost the ball and gave up the second six point scoring for the Cables team. In the remaining seconds the Cavaliers kept complete control of the pigskin, North Miami stayed two TD's behind. 169 Defensive Pioneers move in. , .. 'P With five minutes to play the fired-up Bogart- men turned near defeat into a 40-27 victory before 7,000 screaming fans at North Miamfs field. With five minutes left in the game, Wally Flury ran 16 yards to put the Pioneers ahead for the first time in the game. Ninety seconds later Flury scampered 35 yards to wrap up the victory. There was no stopping the Pioneers after that. For insurance Tommy Thomas, the big linebacker for North Miami, barreled 40 yards on an inter- ception for the final touchdown. Fieldus connected on five of eight passes for 113 yards and scored the Pioneeris first touch down on a one-yard sneak. Laxon gained 56 yards rushing while Saponaro picked up 20, including a five yard touchdown run with one second showing in the half. PIONEERS STRAIGHTEN CURLEY Saponaro scores. 'I v ,..Q..M0Si Laxon gets good protection. ics-Q' 2 ww A STINGS DOWN NORTH MIAMI Hold him, hold him!! The defense team tightens up. '-M A 'MP f' .n , .1 ., - A w 5 Q . , 3 9' . ' z 1 " 3191 f- M, Nw 7 A -nN ' ' . ' ' 'nn-fe 1-V: -- ' ' , .nz 4. H blllv My Q qgfwlg, '7-X . . -Kfii. ' "e' "'- ' 2 ff x wg f ..., , it M 114 Y' Wg K K we-g A- - ,-.',' 212 55 . Pioneers fight for yardage against Miami Iackson's Generals. There just wasn't any stopping Dade County's top scorer, Wally Flury, as he made touchdown after touchdown against Miami Iackson to create a complete rout over the Generals, taking them with a cool 19-0. End Letson "Legs', Plant did an outstanding job during the game on everthing from catching long passes to tackling opposing team members. Also striking observers with his splendid open field form during the heated grid bout in the Orange Bowl was North Miamfs defensive half- back, Phil Caprio. Phil came amazingly close to hitting paydirt twice on punt returns. Iaxonvilleis Robert E. Lee High School swung their grid power over the Bogartmenis heads in the Gator Bowl, as their second in the state stand- ing topped all Pioneer efforts of attack. PIONEERS .IINX ,IA XSUN Pioneer Quarterback Chuck Fieldus breaks away for twenty yards against the Jax Lee Generals. 172 Arriving at the jacksonville field after several hours in the trains going up, tired and haggard they played as hard and as fast as they could, with Coach Bogart throwing all he could into it. But it wasnit enough. The Lee Generals, who were second only to Miami High's Stingarees in state competition, rolled over the Pioneers, through their defense, stopping their offense. Boarding the train with a 25-7 defeat, North Miamiis exhausted warriors returned. Their loss, by most, is considered to have been a direct result of the loss of End Bill Broeman with apendicitis, and VValter Kates, who had dislocated his shoulder. Proneer Fieldus surrounded by Stings plots escape route Iohn Hungerbuhler skirts end against Jax-Jax for good yardage. WILDCATS NIP NORTH MIAMI WWW UP'-3 Q ' f if G,,zf gf: 1 f J X 3456- WWW' ff Pioneers crush Iax-Jax ball carrier. 173 9 OJ A , x Q, , I 9' m, , ,qzwfzz 'WWW- ,I ah f Gp.. PIONEERS' P0 WER North Miamfs powerful defensive eleven came back in the second half to lead the Pioneers to a l9-6 win over the Thoroughbreds of Hialeah in the last game of the season. The Thoroughbreds held on to a thin 6-O lead going into the second halfg Chuck DeFrancisco then threw their quarterback for an eight-yard loss. On the next play he recovered a fumble. Fullback Adrian Laxson then hit for ll yards. Two plays later Chuck Fieldus rolled around left end for a touchdown. Pingston booted the extra point for a 7-6 lead. NVith two minutes remaining the Pioneer's were on the Hialeah one yard line. Laxson went in for the score, but Pinffstonls boot failed, making the score 13-6. D YVith 14 seconds left to play tackle Steve Long intercepted a stray Hialeah screen pass and raced 37 yards untouched for the last Pioneer touch- down of the season. This win gave the Pioneers a 5-4-O record for the 1960-61 season. Flurys on his way. 175 ww... 1 1225: Q. 35 fl Wally Flury shows his shooting ability as Iax-Jax attempts to block. BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Mr. Hyme, P. Cunningham, R. Contreras, P. Capri0, W. Flury, J. Veri, R Blankenship. SECOND ROW: Mr. Brady, E. Masaitis, I. Kemmerer, L. Plant, S. Long, B Cole, M. McLaughlin, R. Ditmars. BOTTOM ROW: I. Reese, S. Bemstein, D. Hansil, S. Dashiff, L. jack, I. Kline. SECOND ROW: M. Sass, S. Bared, I. Puccio, D. Webb, I. Anderson, H. Wickett. THIRD ROW: C. Weisbaurn, R. Lacey, P. Ellis, S. Carlton. UNIOR WIRSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Butch Cole cuts loose with his familiar jump shot against Wally Flury and a "one hand special" draw the jackson the Stings. defenders into the air. ,V., . L I I, I' A 6 1 fs Q . A z f A 177 A W2 Steve Long-Captain Rebouncling is one of the Pioneers' greatest skills. "Sink it,Cunningham," yell the cheerleaders 178 'Wi no Q . ig X 1 .M . X lv 4. K 3--N1 QL Wally Flury displays fine shooting skill and prepares to ChH1'1eS nB11fChv C016 sink two shoots as the time clock reveals five seconds. Bob Blankenship Butch C3950 34 F3 A .X -in x F, 179 .we-fwfr-. i::1fw-'www ffl- xMr 1 1 L 1. E r I pl ! , -1 i i 1 , i j 1 Ray Contreras moves in to scoring position. i l , 1 1 I , , 1 1 w ui i Jerry Veri shoots his popular two-hand push shot. 5 s 1 I , 180 I T 'if , , . 1-i7v,,,6 , yfprgmif A , 3' R E X X 'lf' , ,far Ai. -'til -f S , SITTING: Ian Krassner, Iackie Seifert, Iudy Cole, Kathy 3 Shannon, Bonnie Ranch, Kathy Evers, Jane Rohrback, I Merry VVynne, Florence WVeeks, Sharon Sigmond, Diana Thomas, Kathy Young. STANDING: Genie Scanlan, Nancy state. Hard working coach takes time for a picture. Coach Auer works his aqua ducks from 3:15 to 5:30 running them in two shifts. FIRST ROW, SITTING: Harley Belinky, Melvin Seid, Bill Friedlander, Jeff Smith, Larry Weisblatt, Don Rielly, Ted Giuffrida, Ken Randle. SECOND ROW: Ted Deutch, Barry Gorlin, Richard Flaum, Buddy Massaro. .THIRD ROW: Ruben I-Iolschauer, Ray Weeks, Dick Chamberlin, j Jack Guise, Sam Covert, Wayne Virag, Mike Berman, ,Ms a ww, V' f f Keys, Sue Clifford, Sherry Hoffenberg, Pat Holden, Karen Gregor, Laura Ammerman, Lee Schichtel, Merry Selig, Dottie Sargent, Pat Richards, Cheryl Carpinelli, Patti Scanlan, Coach Auer. WIMMING Boasting the largest swim team in the history of North Miami High, with seventy-two members, Coach Howie Auer spends many long hours working with his team to make the best in the Q The Aqua Ducks wound up last year's season by being City Champs and second in the state for both boy,s and girl's teams. Outstanding seniors such as Susan Clifford, Bonnie Ranch, lane Rohrback, Kathy Shannon, Ted Petras, Carl Carter, Steve Green- berg, and Mike Gaffin have been the backbone of the team for the last three years. jack Russell, Paul Lambert, Mike Roberts, Rodney Guise, Peter Hepp, Roger Schindler. FOURTH ROW: Sam Fields, Carl Carter, Karl Hoffmann, lay Zimmerman, Kurt Neunzig, Ted Petras, Richard Abrahams, Mike Caffin, Coach Auer. L-a...i 'a ff mn ,,' Bl L 43 Genie Scanlan, Florence VVeeks, Jane Rohrback, Bonnie Ranch, Kathy Evers, Lee Schichtel, Sue Clifford, Sherry Hoffenberg, Pat Richards, and Nancy Keys work out. jane Rohrback holds three school records, eight National Championships, and five Junior Olympic Championships. jane has also been among those selected for All-City. Bonnie Ranch holds the 100-yard Breast Stroke record at school and placed second in this event at state. She is a National Junior Olympics Champ and has been placed on All-City teams. In her sophomore year, Kathy Shannon took a second place in the Butterfly at the State Meet. Last year, Kathy returned to the State Meet and took a first place in the 100 yard Freestyle. Kathy has appeared on All-City rosters. Sue Clifford, seven times National Champ, has been the State Champion in the Backstroke for the past two years. Sue has appeared regularly on All-City teams. 3 i I ,V ',7,,,W,,,e , I I I I I I I I 'PF . L... qw B. .1 I fit L "1 .V V,.s,.,t49'iQ , Q'-wx . V:-gi H K M, 'g5i:::.'7-H-1.-J..-.-3-L-A:-rwnz:-..,., At., 1,-wwf-i.,,... 111. .--my--L.. ,,.,.,,,3,,mq,,Q,T':rLb,7 A -. V, ,W if JM " K ' 'X S A .N - ,, 49. V. I ll 5 X .. Q' .tl xx . .Q 7 S l ua-'NM - . 0 K -,J f ,, A X '15-Q ' ' ,,g'5,,... -f A t ,Q , ,,,. 313ff'F , jd N V- A , V X K t 'A..:-'.v-16 -f i y Q N N X -a ,.-..xwg,s" , " V- MA' , 'T lie' is , V. sq. 7435- 4 A 3,53 flltj f- l an .,-.X , f"Xi'- " - N2 ,Q Q7 A "1 , We-I --f. 'gf ,: Coming out of a turn is senior, Mike Gaffin. Mike placed fourth in the 100-yard freestroke at the State Meet, and is the best second breaststroker in the state. Mike is a hard worker and often fills in as the second butterflyer. Tired, Ted Petras, finishes workout. He has been an All-American for the past two years, and holds the National Championship for the 100 and 200 meter breast stroke in junior Olympics. In his junior year Ted made the All-City team. Take your mark, go-and senior Carl Carter was off to a nice looking season. Carl holds the school record in the 100 yard back stroke and placed third in the state last year in this event. He also holds the South Florida Indoor 200 yard back stroke record. Below are R. Guise, C. Carter, T. Petras, M. Gaffin, K. Neunzie, M. Roberts, A. Levin getting ready to do a racing dive. Steve Greenberg, the outstanding diver who has represented North Miami High for three years, holds many titles, in- cluding Dade County Championship in 1959, 5 place in the Cold Coast Conference, 1959, 4 place in the State Iunior Olympics, 1960, and 6 place in the State High School Competition. "'m"'k"""M" M .,.,,..,.,., , ...,W,..,. 'A' M fl L1 W' 71 ,5 A 5 ..........,..., ..,..., .,.,. ,. zcmmfi.. 5 ' 'V' V f fi ' V, ' 7 ' '- . A ..., VV 1 f f . I if 'ff f 'alvx sf- . f' Vf 9717! 9 ' V It VV A W , V , ff! I 6 lo f, IIIV V . .f y I sf I 'off su 1.3 sh, M , ,A,y2,..g!,jM 5 0 .41 ff' . V V a fix if r- V 4 . V V r 1 ' , f' T V fe ,V ,V , V. ftfftf we 1 -M 1 I t I . , ,, V. ., , . Y I f ., A x'm'Zif , - I- 2 1 , VV ' V- EW, .. V ,, x Y ' , - ni N I ' fevgyl, I ' V A' 1 . I V R' ".1 t 'fd .. V f 4 " . 7,20 lu., 'f I A W 2.2.1, 1 H ,,,, ,, ,. A -I L ' "3 . 1 f 1 V V 1' , y A VV W, A V-rf if . 'wif' . ' . ' V i ' V 1 1 I A " V V ' y. 1, Ta w :fir he 1- A . N ,g i-aa . ' L'.fW"" 1 ei. , yn . 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UNIOR VARSITY G YMNASTICS FIRST ROW: K. Schroeder, B. Garrabrant, D. Howell, B. Williams P Morris W. Baile 7 - , Y- SECOND ROW: I. Cable, P. McDonald, J. Dowling, F. Lozo, D. Smart, T. Honeycutt, C. Suddreth, I. Blackstock. A . -,.- W, ff ! z ,fI,"f"',' .- 1 ..,.,..k,e 'Q 1' . 2 ' My . aj V .... if if U P V at fl I 2 it f - 1:11. I.: " ' samsv .. . ........,., w 4 Q 1 1 H I u un. , 4' una: . ss f FROM LEFT TO RIGHT are female gymnasts J. Lawhead, B. Bickford, P. Werkman, R. Yarno, B. Hettel, P. XVhalan, and I. Lawhead. GYMNASTICS Coach Cicio, North Miami's gymnastic coach and contender for the Olympics last year, formed the only co-educational club on campus in 1960. The club consists of three parts, and members can belong to all three. Gymnastics is the first part, and is the pure exercise field. Second on the agenda is Gymkana, the show business portion. Here the fellows and girls practice gymnastic tricks for shows, and it will not be uncommon to see a few people juggling in the gym. Third, is Gym- nastica Honorary, and students must hold a 2.8 school average to belong to this portion of the newly organized program. Ronnie George and Sten Lilholt show their gymnastics style. Beginning the gymnastics season, Coach Cicio's team took the South Florida Novice AAU Gym- nastics Championships held in North Miami's own gymnasium. Approximately 60 registered AAU high school students were represented unattached by their re- spective schools. Bubba Howell took a first place in the rope climb for the Pioneers, Paul McDonald took a first in the side horse, and Tom Honeycutt took three firsts, one in tumbling, trampoline, and free calisthenics. School-spirit tumblers Bubba Howell and Beverly Bickford stand in front of school emblem. M 11,5515 y wfi: ff, ,-'ff ,,' ' 157 "Wig-' . ,,44M...q4zf , , :,4ffff.e ,f my-W. 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' -'wi ,, , , , V fi' f , I ., jk ,W A WA ny fy f . fff f ' 436 , f ,f A, 1 an f 4 , , , f wx 1 , 4 V David Slicker prepares to gymnastic meet. climb the rope in a Don Moss practices on the rings, to prepare himself for the gymnastic meet. Pete Saponaro and Claude Howell demonstrate perfect balance. ,,., WW, ,,w,,W. , Great skills are shown by Jack Lester on the acrobatic bar. , 1 Eg.f:2'!'!1 'EW"v'-'Wlf:'5'45Ql5WG'4 ..:.Q.i.:!'f , .J ' if V Jzmzmrlgqaligwkwljwa-mawjwsimmyx A V I Y f FIRST ROW: P. Dropkin, R. Snow, M. Hahn, I. Oswald, P. Gysan, S. Gardner, D. Allen, I. Siry, K. Osbome, J. Muthart, WV. Knight, L. VVagner, R, Graber, K. Hull, K. Heller, Mgr. SECOND ROWV: J. Stratton, I. Wadwitz R. Cline, G. Alexander, I. VVooten, P. Kerr, I. Halstead, WV. Church, J. Moore, L. Marvel, D. Ozburn, S. Elias, R. Stoddard, K. Howard, T. Lytle, T. Urspuch, M. Rehr C. Whittakee, D. Berman. THIRD ROWV: G. Conrad, R. Bogart, D. YVebb, P. Salerne, J. Needleman, J. Kelly, P. TRACK A D FIELD a s Mr. Ed Sullivan has coached N.M.S.H. track team for the past three years. His first year in coaching we took a third place in state competition. Two years ago we were State Champs. Last Year we ran second in State, loosing to St. Petersburg by a fatal drop of the baton in the sprint medley. This year over eighty boys started the season with the track team. After many days of gruelling practice, the team was narrowed down to 40 boys. North Miami has the best competition record in the State. This year the boys got off to a slow start but picked up very well. wh, . , fm , 'ki DiBlaski, S. Shafer, B. Bryant, G. Martin, G. Sorenson, K. Johnson, L. McDaniel, T. Kaylor, F. Francis, F. Brajdic, D. Talbart, B. Kilgaski, M. Munday, R. Kelton, A. Jones, G. Hayes. FOURTH ROVV: Coach Ed Sullivan, E. Dobbins, I. Thomas, R. Hartley, I. Patton, D. Gunderson, M. Berg, R. Macchiarolo, B. Rogers, A. Heinrich, F. Hill, T. Neville, W. Kates, R. Loos, T. Dobbs, G. Sandell, B. Hudclleson, Coach Del Bello. I TE pi . f P . ' ' K A . 22' ffc Vg, H, .- 1 , V 'f A ' A .M t -K Q .1 ii' Ar I R1 Ig .,4,,, p V I I I J x4 . ff ,icq , f fg.. . 11 , glans iff M . Y- :e af rf. arf-LFr1 . 153:71 3 ' we . , V F., H -yi!-Q if ,lun 1 ,If-3.6, 3, A - W fziwf ,az :,, .1 .1 .W ' , , Jiifz' V N' s- . H... ' A :JC , -4" iw ff , .:- wjjrgjgf , - ' , ' . Three outstanding seniors are: G. Hayes, M. Rehr, and M. Hahn. Quartermilers line up for action. ,lgrinum----r' '-vw, .al I I I I I I I 2 I I I I , I I I. I II I 'I I I I Il 'I II Iii I I ,I ,.. 24 ,, II II ii ,Il I I F G. Sandell shows hurdlers his stretching fonns. 'N Sprinters watch baton change by K. Osbome and R. Allen. 1 If A ffyfyif fp , I f' IIII - ' W ', y 3,374 Q 'f f ' f if , , , ' ,V Z' V V' ,.V, Qnwff 'V g , r B f f 4' - 4, I 1.4 " , , I M , , X , f I f , f f w 2 'H ' Il - - X f' 1 , ' 1 , , I A J 59 1 , I ,A-,A FM , I , , M i 7 -, I M, 4 e, I f I , if fb , fl qu- ' i , 'V '7, Qt 'I' I ' 8 A f ':WifsNk - , , 17: I n ' Shot-putters and d1SCUS boys pose for p1cture. 4, f - f, 'Sz ' F ' 4 'ik' I I ffm 'SIL ' 1 ' Q!! 1- 'Q --L -' 'x - 'f' 4' . W' .. ' Q ' ' I " ' " 'fra Mffwgi.-Q 1 , M ,. -7' I n .- If ig Ao.. 1- W I I '35 N- ' 188 'Q ,',:h1Lfv"f , f' ' I If fe, 2 f ' 'M I "' 3' I, I . in I L.-gn f , .WV - 'lg " I , 4 -- :gf ' -.M..--,, s , -:1f4..,.3If...-f Aim., .-gg 212 ,V P , .3 ess-ge:' 1 , :. fin-.-5-git' .,.. . .... ..f. .. Ma.-.. , Va...-..,..:: l..N............W. VNTA.. ..--,, .,.....-......-,g.,, .A , 7' uf Q -.rf 1- Fw . I. 5 ,,. s. ., bf. ., ' tw rx . ' . 'ir E 7 A Q K K is f A psi l U e q sq.: K , ,ff K vi K .1 g - f . 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Q V, 4 L ACM. tl Www -vp,.'-qw-zsjqfglfwifixgg' , I .LQ ' 55, 5,4 -'if ff A .S QW . 3.113141 . 'iwiiwf :: e -1 -sr' -v f . f ,- -' - ' 4 as-U. ,, . - . K t . L H D . ,gg :MM M -1 -sm:-uf, W' Kates OI-ientates other Weightrnan to the W. Kates demonstrates the shot-put technique to other "shotput". 1 M. Rehr leads off half-milers. members of the team. fir' ff' at ,232 Q yy as A 594 V s Wm- 94731176 HM24 g, ffffef ff 4 1 6 gf rv' Nfedff X 9 " 'jf aj 5 ,em ,iff 'z W' M f J sy ff 'X " 4 g -- I - f 1 g J. f,g. yds,2-f,g.f.-'.f-4.15',ff..,.,1 v , 7 y Y hf293,,f,,f4 My A ,f ,, ., . ghza-fff,wa,ggzz',2m1,n, .ff ,, 4-, 3, , .f -, . . , 7 F' R K Y Z' 5, 1 M I ' I I ml' T' 'S Y at J, Mensa:-' STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Elliot, I. Mitchell, T. TINC: T. Stroener, R. Tisdole, D. McKay, I. Block, I. Torchia, P. Sarron, C. Barton, K. MacKenzie, T. Thomas, Speake, R. Sarran, M. Nestrict, D. Brown, C. Fieldus, I. B. Cole, S. Carleton, B. Robinski, and H. Pingston. SIT- Hungerbuhler, and Bill Moser. BA EBALL TEAM 1 x 1 I 9 Harry Pingston Catcher If!! I 'Q f Out fielders are D. Brown, P. Sarron, C. Barton B. Ro- binski, R. Tisdale, and I. Hungerbuhler. .W V. T, ,-. 1-Qg.,f .gg li 2' :NM ag ggi J . if X ' is l es al so .JF s T T wwe-fr Jfiixl ' ' -9 -4 -- 1 T is '- T rio, '33, f' 1 X. X -.L--- - i s sr. xiii e is 1 . ' .gifs N X , -aww W' - Ns . .4 : M 5 - sr X sim .Ai Q3 lg i 5 s Butch Cole and Bob Robinski practice work in the infield. ff K. Q ' Q 5 ,E 15514 M., ,L 'E T ,yi 1., ml 'f Two valuable infielders are seniors Tommy Thomas and Charles The Pioneer baseball pitchers are J. Elliott, D. Fieldus. McKay, S. l l l l fF5' "' " , "EgfIgift'z.,,,ax5-'.... .- w.1i.Q'4U f um, gf., 6 gunn- F, . FRONT ROW: M. DeRosa, D. Kerr, P. Dillon. SECOND ROW: l l. gg- Coach Donahue, M. Moldov, P. Roth, T. Lavin. THIRD ROW: G. Rocky, T. Danlock, R. Frederking, P. Thomas, A. Easton. 1 I f GOLF TEA i l 'yy Under the guidance of the new golf coach, Mr. L Donahue, our golf team has compiled an impres- ', sive record of victories. Working steadily on funda- mentals and poise,the responsible coach has brought ll l k ' the team through a rough schedule and says that they show every indication of being of state champ- ionship caliber. ll X5 P. Roth, T. Danlock, P. Thomas, and R. Frederking pose on the Miami Shores Golf Course. c New Q rf-1 bw-as I 1 - . . .Kg V 'Gif t . I r f ' ' 1315.2 , f ..,. ay, . , A. Easton shows his winning form. The team began the season under the leader- ship of Mr. David Perrin who had served in this capacity for several years. Coach Donahue assumed the reins when Mr. Perrin became the head of the Social Studies Department. Affable Coach Donahue pauses to pose for the camera .Q - f J9 V' '33, A' lil.. f -L5 fx 33333 v u .1 TEAM MEMBERS STANDING, Left to Right: Dierdre O'DaWe, Carol Castell, Nancy Howells, Terry Paisley, Eleanor Stein and Mr, Zellers. KNEELINC: Connie Tautleroy, Ve- ronica Cassal, Beth Adler, and Helen Kantrowich. LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach, Mr. Zellers, Paul Kantrowich, joel Kreiger, John Pluta, Tom Dal- linger, and Harvey Levin. V4 ,nf W- A W ,raxlsz-1.12554-r1,zQ,!:fl!e L ,vmvff ' ' burli- S. i r QT, y , , ' Q y l 'XHA I , 7. , 5 Xgy ' i l., A, 43- 4444. y ,,, , or ,. ,, , w-Mm. may 2 " i, f . ty -. 1 . 5- E i 1 of f in , C 1 Q i QIWW 2525 , as r so V ' , ' C VW "'fgC'9' 3 5 ..', . ff ' 'f , .Q If I r 4 y i ' r he W5 K E , - .,,,. 5 i i Q l i H Diedre O'Dawe shaws how to serve a ball to Connie Tautleroy, Helen Kan- trowich, Nancy Howells, Terry Pais- ley, Eleanor Stein, Beth Adler, Carol Castell, and Veronica Cassal. I P I I Q, , , V X Helen Kantrowich learns the skill of ' z if - yr. , 5 sewing as Diedre O,Dawe, Carol Cas- 1.3 ' ' fb ' 'tell, Beth Adler, Connie Tautleroy, " 1 I N 'X-., Veronica Cassal, Nancy Howells, Ter- S " ' Q ' " MS, . . A rv V ,lV.,..,, , I , ry Paisley, and Eleanor Stein watch. gg Z 1 'if mf Y , 1 3 I ,Zag QW , 4, .,, X I m y 533, 4, A, 1 ,f U ' 4 ff 1 1'1hl!'ffM ,g,y z,1 6 ' y f - A if ' ,ju f., ' . V .iw W - 3 , 3, iv L' ,, ' , ,, , V1 V f V V VL - 1 ,, -V TN N4 ' A A 'L , .f , l l i ' V .V "m ef , ' '--mmwg' , A H .. ,,,n A ,Q V' A mf ' fi A in 1 - in X y ,ry 4 f Q5 . 'Q M7 ,fagkfaiigfffj-fgf,'f ww Nw' yj,1.Lfi: E Ig E l' x L , N 11.9 - j k' i 'w4Qf :if 1 ' ' - "1-'A ' ,uf l l, L , , , -fl. p.l,i A by ' 'e f fx 1 'P' L . '4 ' i 1 V W 1 ' I f tl----.W I 1 1 r 11- -, , V HW 2 ,vga f . ep - r ,sg 25512 52255 55512 maj , 5 ,L A Q 92 mffrr if 1 , . ' '- M fvf7f 331, L, ' Q- V " n Le These boys practice many hours each day to perfect their game. C , ' i C i is iyyy ' f, i,yi ,r,W,,, .- g - K .. sq.. " "t x ni ., , 17, ,-.,,.f-,,A D 'C is X ,gt ,4... Q, :viii ,' ,, x 'Q' ' " . I 1 ' ., ,m.A . , ,:g':1fL'V M - , - ' 'i555:ig,. - ,ESX v ,.., L ,Q r S ' Q "3:gf5gI7'f ' X : if 'H . ..-. """"""" X f ' - 2559 Q f ' umm-W F f-0. an 4 sWa-.,t-,X g f ' X, . " - ' -tj .lx " x ls l t is 4 , 1 5 " x i i H N Paul Kantrowich demonstrates a set-up to teammates Tommy Dallinger, john Pluta, joel Kreiger, Joe Syucs, Harvey Levine. .J Q . . W ff 'Y' v 'Q- , . 'Q 7 5 - ,, i f.-1-f--' . - I - ' . We I f - - ..:l.-1 - F' '- f E 'ft 'fr "" Min e. 2 ."'1w::H25 , f ' , if ' ' W' If 1, ' - Z my 5, f, f ' ,vi ' ' ty W m , 4 .V 4 A y 1 f-if, W ww! , A .,.,,, , ,,L,k V , ...NM f. :'5fzdfw.W,x TN A 1 fl' f , , Q , L ,-, ,qvmiri-wieff 1 ., f4f,fQ,,A, ,f4'fff,,h1M,, i,,,,,fv, Aww, , WW-454 V ,, .M-I 4 fffaffff e " f ,wif ,. - , , , W.. Q, uw., ' Q I John Pluta practices hard to perfect his swing. joe Syucs serves, and is ready for a good game. 513 195 ff f 'raw-'1mlt!i'i!:i1auHfHiif1l -1 :rw Aa- Q Q , 1 X f 5 f, 4, tv-m..fw.N-,....,,,,m,,.. A great part of the treasury of memories which we store for ourselves is found in our classmates. How fondly shall we look back on those mo- ments when the halls are crowded with our friends, when we pore over tomes of wisdom to- gether, when we argue and try to make our point, when we desperately sell magazines to make our prom a success, and when we frolicked at the beach on "Skip Dayf, No, not all our memories will fall under a social category, but will he found in those moments when we worked and played together, proud in the knowledge that we were a 'cclass," the best class that North Miami ever had. Our alma mater . . . our friends . . . our teachers . . . all find their rightful place in our classes. CLASSES UPH OM ORE ,np wvvmrnrnmguasruivm 11.7 L ' F117 Zfflmtfrl ,JE q A l V 'W . 4 i an - N 1 ...MM in I KT- ig, H Q5 Q-M 7 ...,.n.... ,.,. .. Q V. -gm-, , ....... 3 ' -1' ix, ..,,. M 2 A!N .L .f f ,f A, -f f DRINK IN IIUTTLEK' 6.14635 , ,. . 4 ,, , ' N, .. ,, ,W . W Q ,, , .,.y,,Q I i, l ,ff .,,, ik , 9 , W X, , ,,,., .G W,w,,w 3 i'.g13i.1:H ff . 1 y. 1 1 f 1 ,A I N S I i k . 'fr ws 1. .Hy .,,N 1 , L' - , X, :ii an H "7 af ' 'W' My-ef ' .7 I v A-.1 Y Y " gi' , .MX Q 1 .,,....., Q I 1 ,wi 'M 1 :I - I .., . , , - Q, . ,L ,W 6, I-,e.:,27.l Av . V i ff, ,, V . 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" if f ,aku , ',4,,.f,-ay ""' M' fyfl ,tm 4 ' ,LIU W Q ,. I 1 '- W X ,, WU W4-Wm '11 ' f ' f - vu f k '- f KV, j,,g,w , W M ,N -'fff, I f 7 WW 21,4 , Wf j , I ,, . ,,,, . ..,. ,,..... , , ,, gg, ,1 I I ff- 121-' 21 I -11 l li HGME WORK! :swf I - fcffrzcccqzce au car ' 97' i 1 4 5 5 Ji 1 11 sg 1 . ffi Ei , x.. ' 1 1 1 . ' as fv V fr .f h Q if'A5,, A A 22 A - .. , , :, . ' ' , f A 7 f- f '7 is 1 , ! GARY LAVV N BOB FINE P 'd Vice President ei resl ent 5 r A f 311 , , Lf ' Vis W 1 , i is ef Xfff.-M! f J' 'K 7, , I -V M31 ,,',r, ee KATHIE MURRAY Recordmg Secretary 1 ,, sa Ziggy, is V, , X 'f 352 7 ' "3 1 7,75 ,f 4 , M CAROL GRABER ED WARD DONNERSTEIN Corresponding Secretary Treasurer , , ,M ffn'f,f,,f,g,f, 37: If ,, , , V ,IV , , , , f ,F A , , , ,C ,VL V lv M f X ,,,. f f f .,,, V . . A 71 M ' I M --"-,- -w'-'-W-mms fi in i., ' f. H '- ff ! f ff,v , ,',, ' ' 474 2 - f f L ' "'f"f'2Hf'J2-Wffi 'JZ' ' LQQIEZLQLQQZQLJ7-ifi'.1..x-L ugmugd- s,:.x.. ' V - f-e-.L-1m.,e,- lb,,N,1,. - . hf'-'Mffff-fM'f'w Mwwffvf if :M f 1 "Well, Sophomores, are you with usP" yells Mr. Dutton. eo .A legate Jf"Ag'gle'fET1e M. Arnett E. Anrletta I T. Arshbruck R. Asch R. Aschenbrenner G. Ashrnan G. Atwood L..Avins S,w,Bach R. Bachino R. Bachman A. Bacon L. Bagley I. Bailey M:1iBEke.ra N. Baker C.-Baldwin. N. Baldwin R. Baldwin B. Barnard C. Barnes D. Barnes BLBHIQ, M. Barnett I. Barnhart C. Barrett R. Bartlett J. Baumwald M. Baxter L. Beck H. Belinky 200 E. Abdella L. Abecasis D. Aciego C. Adams B. Adler K. Aheam D. Albert S Albury B Alexander L. Allen Sadltman P. Alton I-Amato A Amos I. Anderson Lfndersgg ,. , . ,,.i..3Ef'ige!is 1 J-1-env 1-aavnuar 'Wann' "' "' J. Bell R. Bell Dpkilm C. Be EIQJJJB Il'BEllBise C. Bennett C. Bennett' I. Bennett Bennett Bennington, ,Benson Bentley . Berg B. Bergert 35553 I. Berlinghoff M. Berman N. Berman S. Berman S,.B2EI-Litfiih. T. Bevan 1l..Bihl.el:Leim,er B. Bickford M. Bickle P. Biggs T. Blasser P. Blecker G. Bogart R. Bogart C. Boggs R. Bogusky ' I. Bond J. Bookhultz EK. lgoroil . or R7Boudrot P. Boykan Cflradley E. Bradley S. Brady W. Brakeall E. Brand , Brengn H. Breslow V. Bridges S. Brooks A. Brown D. Brown L. Brown S. Brown P. Brownfield T. Bruno N. Bryan R. Bryant L. Bucco B. Buckley KFBL- mfg L,.BJ.1.rr.oysLs C. Burst R. Bushman K. Buzard M,,,Cabrera K. Cady D. Campbell C. Caporaso S. Carlbert K . Carlin S. Carlton ul C. Carphig ' CfACarps KL. Car-r C. Carrillo F. Carson L. Casbarro P. Casey XL.QQSlTlQ1l C. Cestagalli P. Chaiken R. Chamberlin C. Chambers BhChas,e. N. Chaykin C. Cheeley K. Cheney P. Chessler S. Chipman V. Church L. Clark D. Cline I...Cline- S. Cline R. Clinger A. Cobin L. Coburn I. Cole L. Collins A. Concannon M. Condell T. Connally C. Cook S. Cooney R. Corden D. Coulter S. Couert D. Courtney M. Courtney S. Cowan I. Cox J. Cox 'I1...Qox. B. Crawford W. C s n Pfflsire i,CH1P-3 N. Cunnm ham K. urto V. Dailey I. Dallas D. Daly D. Damiano T. Dam F. Darakjy K. Daugherty B. Davies I. Davis M. Davis L,.,D.ea.rrnan r .,-r W E. DeBernardo C. DeFero A. DeFerriara E. DeFranco t 524 A. DeGuido lljlelgci "H T. Dejoris :df S. DeMayo D. Dernille 5 Demirgian M. DeRosa T. Derrer Dradrano . ramon D. Diecidue '51 Deutsch B'-' 13-55- "Buy your dill pickles while they re cold say NFL members. E. Diehl D. Dier K. Dillon W. Dillon D. Dionne L. DiPianta I. Dobbins L. Doblien A. Doherty I4QDQE,12.h IN . Ona ue M4DD E.. Donnersteiu S. Dorfman C. Doighty . Dra e L. ranikof Y,,.DLsske1l K. Dreyfuss V. DuBois H. Dumas I. Dunn N. Dunsmore D. Duncan R. DuPuis L. Dwyer I. Edelsteiu R. Edney NV. Ehrlich S. Elias " M. Ellerin M. Emerson M. Epstein t D. Faucher , .1 '1tlav's!w'-aJ1IIl'tm'vlif'!ia5PD-Wg4-'n1-.. , mu., -JL, 441145. l R. Feimla-n-Z, 'ET Feldman H. Festoff P. Fetcberw R, Fine C. Funkel S. Finkelstein I. Finley S. Finver P. Fisher F. Fitzsirnmons R. Flaum L. Fleming L. Flickinger D. Flood M. Flum J. Fogg -,M..EorenrQ., C. Fortunato S. Fox I. Frazer H. Franke S. Franssen D. French ,D. Frieke S. Fiedel S. Frieden B. Friedlander M. Friedman P. Friedman R. Fries rjl'Lg,Li!Z. . rusciante K. Frymire I. Furnas K. Galipeau D. Galkin R. Garate r B. Garrabrant K. Garrett 4 N. Gavaletz S. Gavaletz R. Geary M Geretano C. Gershwin B. Gerson I. Gertler C. Giaccone C. Gilbert T. Giuffrida W. Glaser R. G rcigfm S. Gluck E. Goeld L. Goldberg M Goldberg R. Goldberry P. Goldenberg AgGoldma,n., P. Garweg L. Goldman S. Goldsmith AA.Qo.umL M. Gonzales F. Gonzales I. Good L7'9Ydn1an F. Goodrich E. Gordon i9B- I. Gorelick B. Gorlin V. Gorski J. Goaverts S. Grabard C. Graber B. Graff F.-Gratten C. Gray B. Grebin M. Green I. Greenbaurn I. Greenfield L. Greenstein B M. Gregg, KQQLQSQLI S. Gregoire R. Griffiths B. Grimsey L. Griswold jd. Groves T. Grozan I. Grunbok L. Guagnano S. Giuninslci B. Gunderson P. Guss I. Guterrnuth I. Gwinnell B. Habert M. Hackmeier D. Hagan C. Haines B. Hall I. Halstead N. arne on P. Hannon naw G. Hapner F. Happet C. Harakas I. Harman fglielxell MLH ' i . arrison YLHMLSDH B. Hart V. Hart L. Harter C. Hantman S. Hartman D. Harvey J. Hasseltine D. Hatcher I,IgI.amo.Lt.lJ.. K. Hazelrigg Y. Headley B. Hearn A K. Heller G. Henderson 1VI7HE1Y1ifg' RT'I:I'61'1T37'- R. Herbert F. Hernandez W. Hernandez . e e l,,.Hil. R. Hibbs H. Hice 'A. Hill F. Hill, G. Hi C. Hinldy MTHEE' B. Hipsen J. Hirsch L. Hoban W. Hodges B. Hoenisch D. Hoffman D. Hoffman L. Hogan J. Ho ret im-15" We E. Hokstad P. Holden B. Hollander M, Holmes L. Holklow N. Holzel L. Hoobler T. Hone c t D. Horensky C. Horne M. Horne B. Hornsby M. House J. Howard R. Howards W. Hubbard B. Huckabee B. Hudson S. Huff K. Humberg BLHu.nJ:- G, Hunter I. Huntz R. Hurlburt L,,.QL11nf- Q.l Z T - 1' QQ .ff We 'rf Jil -. '. f 1 Q ..,. 5 C. lnsley L. Jack Fl. aclison L. Jackson E. ameson . Jansson B. Jarvinen K. Jasperson C. Jeffers G. Johns J. Johnson B. Johnston R. Jones S. Jones P. Kaeding L. Kalansliy -, Tl I LJ ll ,.W,:,--. ..-...,......,..u J x Iris and Elni ll ,W 5 ,..,,., ........, . W.-. l ln ne discuss the Pi oneer's headlines D. Kandel J. Kandt L. Kanov M. Kanov Q,-Kanter J. Kapalow N. Kappen B. Kaptaiue A. Karch A,.IQi2-J V. Kauchi V. Kaye J. Kemmerer S. Kern B. Kerr lj. Kerr L. Kersey R. Kiehn R. Kiethley L,IShkaL. B. Kilgaski D. Kirsch A. Klein M. Kline R. Kline limes J. Knight D. Knowles L ocheski D. o er E. Kolman V. Kondas P. Kornov 207 3-,aww ara.. :vm1:':mlnf11asu1f-21z,:,n'-vi -24.52 A ..f..,. ,lg .-ff. f.f.'.iL-Kxijiw , Oh, the work involved in being a yearbook . advisor! I 6 i i 5 i i 20B W. LaVio1ette G. Lavxm wood D. Legg, K. Lefkowitz M. Lefkowitz S. Leggt J. Lema I. Lema S. Leonard S. LePage l1l-.L9.QQL L. Lerner S. Lerner M. Lervik M. Lerett B. Levine C. Levine D. Levine M. Levine S. Levine R. Lwein M. Levy R. Liepelt R. Lindsey I. Lisk D. Litt I. Lloyd S. Logan C. Long D. Longo S. Loudguq me F. Lozo K. Korray J. Kozel J. Krassner S. Kravitz N. Kron M. Kushner S. Labell R. Lacey Ffiiafsef -."'LSane B E. Lariviere C. Larson R. Larson S. Lavac .DW B. Luedeke C. Luksa L. Lupinacci M. Lutgens B. Lynn I. Lynn D MacArthur .Di-. ' MWLEEH D. Macone I. Macudi K. Mahan . Ma one ilk. Malm J. Mandell L. Mandelstam V. Mann L. Mansfield L. Mansker R Mansour t S. Marcus S. Marcus A. Markowitz R. Marler E. Marrero B.Mgrshaf1l- M. Marshall M. Martin S. Martin W. Martin L. Masenheime M. Masi Q. Massaro I. Massulo L. Mattevi a G. Mazer ery C. McCaulley M. McColman D. McDaniel B. McDonald D McFarland I. McGillivray D. McKay T. McLaughlin T. McMurray D,.,M-eNeer, E. Medlin 1 BC. Meeks ' F. Mellon N. 'o -C. Metter L. Mielke A. Miller I. Miller L. Miller M. Miller B,Mills 1' 1 ...fra-.anfptcarg '-'-g1ffT9"Igf. -. 'B' -mfg F Go get lem, Pioneers!" VV. Mounce D. Mullen W. Mulvey M. Munday A. Munz j. Murphy P. Murphy I. Murray L.1lI.uH2-X M. Murray I. 'Naimark D. Navarra ' M. Needleman J. Neeley T. Neiman M. Nelson S. Netzler K. Neunzig K. Newby K. Newman K. Newton Q. Nichols R. Nichols V. Nikolsky G. Noble N. Norell W. Norrie ,lf-,L,l5l.0I-F13 M. Nussbaum P. Obessey C. O'Brien P. O'Connell D. Odenkirk C. O'Donnell C. Ogle d .QS,,Mmnr1:Ly S...NI.ish.z1l2Qe P. Missall 1 M ijgghell ollov B. Momca P.A1o.u.tesaHe I.,Moon24 MT-Moore S. Moreels D. Morgan I. Morgan 'PKMEHRT D. Mosher L. Moskowitz V M If A-19 R. Ogle S. Ohlsson P. O,Leary D. Ollkison R. O o son C. Orlanda N. Ortez F. Owens M. Papale A. Parakis D. Parker D. Parker G. Parmenly R. Parroltino L ,elillliill J. Payne Sleek Pelzner Peters - Peterson J. D. D. P. Petrjsko Petti re ips-7 L. Plastino R G. Pimental NLJEQQQI.. Rei D. Pollack I. Pral S. Pratt -lVl.PPrueS . ucc PTTGEIQQH E. Puretz P-. Pale Kiyne' L. Quincy Q22 M. agona S. Raif C. Rampulla T. Randino K. Randle A. Rappoport S. Rathbun Igliertley R. Reddy B. Reice I. Reese L. Regis K. Reidinger R. Reif M. Reifman B. Reilly .PLEMIP R. Ressler M. Retchin Z. Reyes M. Riassetto N. Ricciardell P. 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XVinters 3 H, pwPHg rrh:-an '..f11afre1 .,.. f , Y.. , Some of our loyal Pioneers turn out for a cold football game. 216 T. Young P. Yukas M. Zaas I. Zagler L. Zane B. Zappi K. Zinn C. Zoppalo 7LBared V. Barnes C. Bennett M. Boza VlL!199lfS, R. Brown I. Casco K. Clark D. Druce P. Drumkun I. Fields gjeeliqlgllman . Hohl K. Hoover R. Hutchinson B. Iergenson C. Luksa E. Madsen L. Mauritz D. Meyers DHMMQL T. Neble A. Newman D. Steers R. Streelman i D. Wiseman Unavailable at deadline time B. Witt STWTEIS life .ADMGI A. Wood V. Wood .LXVQQGH I. Wright Llfluxzhlirg N. Wutz I. Wyrick N I. Yarlyrf Elmo.- B. Young K. Young dllyl L., ..... sofa ,4 ,. it ,75' 4,, ,, . I 'i ' 1 X ,,g. ,. fi ihfv .,' Y lf' X .,. 1 . 417 'Jf,1J'0 f.f77 , . ,, X 5 J .- . f::""'lf ' f wwf: mwwk ,f, " , ,,,. f, f ,,-m,,pmww'f ff fq f ,' , ,, ,, , f, Sorrota girls mix flour and water for fthe beginning of their Homecoming oat. Civitan members await anxiously for their pictures to be taken. ' The Chemistry'Lab works hard on an ' osmosis experiment. 57,7 f if 1 if Thespian members prepare the props for the next play. Future Nurses hold their initiation service. Z,L!,Qf 5, 'Q .iq A 412 w. , ., rf , V '1,,'77' Wy W, , 1 ,umm f ' f ' if vizy " .,f'vE3,hi4""W if wg. 1. lx T"'9'H ., N,V,,! Amfyi 0 , . 'f A ff :V I iffy' ' fl 1 fu, I W W V' 7 x g' ' --.rf Tony Corbo President UNIOR Elaine Edwards Vice President Diane Smith Recording Secretary .474 f 1, M f Kathy Broe Corresponding Secretary . if 'W A f Y 4 44 Z f , 77, 1 r Y M 9 f b Barbara Schoenberger Treasurer is is I bbrr - '...p.r-.'-qnrsrr-.,-,. ,pP"N 1 4 FIRST ROW: B. Abadi, J. Abadi, M. Abdella, J. Abele. SECOND ROXV: R. Abrahams, P. Accornero, C. Adams K. Adams. THIRD ROW: F. Addonizio, P. Adelson, C Agudo, E. Aheam. "My typing speed increased," said Dale Wise- I J U man, as she points to the speed chart. i FIRST ROXV: S. Aiken, D. Alameda, I. Aldrich, H. Alex- L. Ammerman, D.,v Ander, P. Anderson. THIRD ander, J. Allcom, S. Allen!-D. Allred, E. Allred. SECOND ROW: R. Angelo, B. AngL1s,.L,,AmJ.G,Qhi1fiC0, D' Aflselmi, 1 ROVV: M. Alongef C. Altenbaugh, A. Amatrudi, P. Amelio, R. Argento, D. Aronson, R. Aronson, I. Ashby. 1 . Q42 ti , fl , gi . V .V at 1-A-N -'wx fm t 1 .1 . .,, ,.., . ,,.. s 1':ftI .I f'f3f, 77 V "" - ft 4 ,. , , , f .,2.. , ,, xtf' , iii .: Off - . .g 55 .jk Q 7. :Aff A FIRST ROW: R. Ashby, C. Aslcren, D. Asmus, I. Astling, C. Babbitt, s. Babbitt, s. Baer, s. Baer. SECOND ROW: R. Bagley, B. Bailey, P. Baker, P. Baker, P. Baker, T, Mary Linda Bull proves that the paper staff works industriously despite Wind and rain. --D Baker, T. Bangs, J. Banks. THIRD ROW: D. Barber, E. Bgtrghari, W. Barginer, K. Barish, J. Barkstrom, M. Bames, M. Barnes, B. Barragan. ,IU IOR FIRST ROW: T. Bartlett, R. Bartoli, S. Barton, J. Bas- kind. SECOND ROW: W. Bates, W. Bauer, H. Beals, A. gezgt5iinTHIRD ROW: C. Beck, P. Beeman, C. Bellaco , . e ont. Z2fT7'f7fWf'f' '. .-gf yr, iff ! W :fy . " f 'A 1 ff.. f j f 7 7 f K ,Q 'J . . . ii ---,se FIRST ROVV: M. Belsky, C. Benson, R. Berezdivin, P. Berg. SECOND ROWV: A. Bergman, R. Bergman, R. Ber-, inghaus, R. Berman. THIRD ROW: E. Bernath, I. Bern- berg, I. Beskind, IL-Ijeugl. UNI OR FIRST ROW: C, Bevans, S. Biller, . Biondi, A. Bisbano, I. Blackstock, J. Blakemore, S. Blan in H. Bliss. SEC OND ROW: I. Bloch, K. Bloc , S. Blonder, L. Bloom, .. X I 24 xv W f , 1 '.'. uf -. -.11 :el f , ' '34 'f5i111::- ' di' ' 'I .1 "Happy Birthday, twinsf, sang guests at Anne Claire Kern's Sweet Sixteen Party. R. Bloom, L. Blouse, F. Bluementhal, L. Bockhold. THIRD ROW: M. Booth, R. Bordeaux, H. Borden, J. Bosley, R. Bosse, L. Bouligny, M. Bova, H. Bovflfzf ,vm 'W' AD- ,fax '17 FIRST ROWV: J. Bradford, W. Brandsma, W. Brandsma, E. Breton, E. Breton, R. Briggs, B. Broach, P. Broaddus. SECOND ROVV: K. Broe, I. Brogren, I. Brown, M. Brown, "I wish the rainy days were over" coach Del Bello and Miss Bone think. eff Q,-A .-. f N. Brown, P. Brown, R. Brown, B. Bruffett. THIRD ROW: S. Brummett, M. Bruno, P. Buever, M. Bull, R. Burgamy O. Burwell, D. Bush, F..Bushkin. UNIUR FIRST ROW: R. Byrd, D. Cahill, F. Cain. SEC- OND ROW: S. Cllllison, H. Cann, J. Cappuccio, R. Caputo. EHIRD ROW: T. Carbellano, S. Carlton, K. Caron, R. arr. -45: FIRST ROWV: V. Carson, I. Cartwright, L. Cartwright, V. Casale. SECOND ROW: ,E..Ca.ssano, P. Casso, C. Castell, I. Castro. THIRD ROWV: D T. Chaffin, W. Chambers, F. Chandonnet. UNIOR FIRST ROXV: D. Chapman, E. Chessler, I. Citron, C. Clark, I. Clark, T. Clarke, C. Clements, D. Cline, SEC- OND ROXV: I. Clough, M. Cluett, S. Cochran, E. Codianne, l "Stron armv man err Lannin ives L nn 3 1 . I y S Dickinson a boost. I l i B. Cohen, r,k C. Cole, D. Cole. THIRD ROW: B. i Coleman, . Conn, G. Conrad, P. Conte, S. Contrell, L 1' Cooger, L. Cooper, A. Corbo. N l I Lei, I 1 1 I ,I 6 I 1 i I 1 3 5 ,1 I iz 4. 1 R. Danzig, S. Dashiff, A. Daugherty, L. Daut. THIRD ROW: D. Davidson, H.,.DM2,S, B. Davis, B. Davis, B. Davis, C. Davis, C. Davi D. Davis. ,IU IORR FIRST ROW: E. Davis, R. Davis, M. Dean, C. DeFeo. SECOND ROW: C. DeFrancisco, D. Delgado, S. Deluca, K. DeMarco. THIRD ROW: B. DeMattia, E. Demko, D. Denning, D. Dentonio. ,,,w-A -KY' ,rw I . FIRST ROW: H. Deutsch, C. Diaz, R. Diaz, P. SECOND ROW: I. DiChiara, D. Dickerson, D. son, M. DiGiovanni. THIRD ROW: I. Dillinger, Loreto, S. Dine, D. Dinkel. JU IORS X Sw..-. ' N ' 2-.MX V5 A xk W'-. is DiB1asi. Dickin- D. Di- AY .. ..,...---, .-- , wa.. J- 'M 17 1.11. W .M 4 - V gg, ., ., ,,. . A: ,..,..k . ' .. .V . , . 1- f . E... - ' M 1. . ' . Q - ' v ,Qs I 4. I- I I M .tif V f,-" -.iv - . -..W . fr sr , wr wa . ' . -. ie. ' f Wif - M . ew-ze. I ' ... P. , . . . . , i fe1Lz,'I1f'.,.g:.' .f:9-im' f ' ,. A "if 551- '. f , Z V I I 3' f l if 42 Pi fn WW I f ' 'Q' si ffivkaf - ' fS5vfff"fv' ff-'f'ffef21ff.W."C':if 4470-Q' - iff-Yzwwi JP' - is . .- Yf 2 'T' 33529, My .4 S fy ' - "Z, ., 193774 "Jr: .. .am-ef. f -...:,.f-fi ,-.Ma-ww 5. ff A . -W I ' - P 43' 1 , ig ' V' 'W W 4 -Q. . 3 - ,b ,,g,fgg.,q,,.,32,g4,-ff,,sfy,w ,mygwfg::f-5.54 sf I .:...v ' . 1 vw. fgxjn. ' 1 -f . . . f .. . - . . M I ' - ff-rv V ' . fm-4, .Q :ffgmwgf-.'-1 w f I -3' ff, I! wie Around, and around, and around they go, - where they stop is the problem in Drivers Ed. '- 4 FIRST ROW: A. Dodson, D, Doerr, R. Doleman, S. Dol- I. Drake, C. DuChateau, S. Dunayer, I. Dunn. THIRD linger, B. Don, C. Donahower, D. Dorosh, M. Dorta. SEC- ROW: D. Edell s, E. Edwards, P. Edwards OND ROW: C. Dottorelli, I. Dowling, E. Doyle, M. Ehrlich, H. Eisen, S. Ekes, P. Eliger. , l. 1 l , . , w 9 2 1' V .- 4 ,M f,.f,.. .,, Ziff! ff I 7 Q f 7 Qi W M.. L , 2 ff ' .gf 5' f 5W1:'f'. 1. .. f f ,,,, we FIRST ROWV: M. Elmore, R. English, C. Epps, I. Erick- Fields, S. Fine, P. Fiorentino, K. Fischer. THIRD ROW: son, M. Evers, J. Falk, B. Fallin,A. Farro. SECOND ROW: C. Fisher, R. Fisher, E. Flader, T. Flaum, I. Flora. B. C. Fasso, C. Fauntleroy, D. Fengberg, 1. Ferguson, S. Flounders, L. Foden, R. Foitney. Studying, Reading, daydreaming, and then study hall in the reading room shows signs of life. UNIOR FIRST ROW: I. Foster, A. Fox, F. Fox, H. Fox. SECOND ROWV TVVO: I. Carcia, M. Carcia, B. Carner, D. Catto. RO THIRD ROW: F. Fry, I. Fujarczyk, D. Fulginiti, D. Gaff- ney. Wf1f'ffWWW,ff w,zmfAf-- ff 44.-.-ff,--...Af , frffffg Vp fF'N ROVV ONE: A. Gaines, A. Gajai, E. Gallagher, G. Garcia. ROXV TXVO: J. Garcia, M. Garcia, B. Garner, D. Gatto, ROW THREE: D. Gauclette, K. Geller, E. Geneson, J. Gennusa. .IU IOR FIRST ROW: I. Genshaft, I. George, J. Gilbert, I. Gilbert, E. Giordano, T. Giovanelli, B. Glasberg, T. Gledhill. SEG OND ROW: C. Godt, B. Goldberg, M. Goldberg, S. Gold- Mull 4 Mr. Henley takes care of a "customer.', man, B. Goldstein, A. Gomez, S. Goni, A. Goodman. THIRD ROW: C. Gonzales, E. Gonzales, I. Gonzalez, B. Good- stein, D. Gorman, B. Graber, C. Gray, R. Graziano. I,- 9 M.. ning, B. Gwinell, T. Gyrock, P. Gysan, M. Hagy, K. Haines. THIRD ROW: M. Haley, S. Halford, I. Hamilton, P. Ham- ilton, B. Hamm, J. Handy, K. Hannington, D. Hansil. UNIOR FIRST ROVV: C. Harmon, M. Harper, T. Harper. B. Harris, SECOND ROXV: M. Harris, R. Harris, R. Hartley, H. Haven. THIRD ROW: N. Havem, M. Hay, D. I-Iaydu, W. Helm. ,f-M al B ROVV ONE: J. Hemingway, P. Hepp, L. Herberholz, R. Herbert. ROW TWO: G. Herman, B. Herron, W. Herzog, M. Hill. ROWV THREE L. Hines, J. Hodge, K. Hoffman, C. Holland. ROVV ONE: L. Hollar, D. Hollingsworth, M. Homler, P. Jackman, D. Jackson, B. Jacobs, E. Jacobs. ROW THREE: Hook, J. Hoschar, R. Howell, N. Howells, B. Hrinda. ROW D. Jacobsen, D. Jacques, D. Jamieson, D. Jarvis, C. Jay, TWO: R. Hudson, C. Huff, H. Hutchins, T. Immormino, J. J. Jenkins, V. Jenkins, L. Johnson. fx Io. gr' of f iansik o 2' ROW ONE: P. Iohnson, H. Johnston, A. jones, B. jones, F. Jones, M. Jones, S. Jones, I. Joss. ROW TWO: M. Kane, G. Karikas, R. Karr, I. Katz, P. Katz, S. Katz, L. Kauffman, Clean-up time comes for Barbara Thomas and Bob Fisher as the Modern Family Class comes to a close. 'fijy . 4 z 34 C C R R R Wiki! ff , My-P ROW ONE: S. Kirk, E. Kirkland, L. Kirkland, J. Kitchens, ROW TWO: K. Klee, D. Klegerman, C. Klotz, F. Klump. Row THREE: K. Knauy, K. Knapp, s. Knick, A. Knoff. UNIORS ROW ONE: E. Koch, J. Kopi, I. Koppelman, M. Kordon, D. Kover, B. Krammer, B. Kramer, I. Kramer. ROW TWO N. Kramer, C. Kratrnan, I. Kreiger, I. Kreitzburg, M. Kroup, "I need some information," says Elaine Ed- wards to Peter Acconero. H. Kroupa, I. Kulick, D. Krutz, ROVV THREE: R. Labbe, L. Laforge, R. Lamb, P. Lambert, D. Lamont, B. Lance- lloitt, L. Larsen, S. Larsson. ...ak 79 AW f f ROW ONE: I. Laustra, I. Lauzon, T. Lavin, D. Law, J. Lazarus, T. Lee, A. Leonard, C. Leonard. ROVV TVVO I. Leonard, D. Lessner, A. Levan, A. Levin, I. Levin, M. Bob Hackman and Dave Trathen advertise for Hi-Y's Lea Lea Car VVash. Levin, V. Levin, S. Levy. ROW THREE: L. Lewis, K. Lind, C. Lindo, I. Lindquist, K. Linhart, I. Lipari, K. Lipman, M. Lipscomb. UNIURS ROW ONE: R. Liss, M. Litvan, J. LoBianco, C. Lo- Monaco. ROW TWO: L. Long, T. Long, J. Looney, P. Loufer. BOW THREE: M. Lowe, L. Ludwig, R. Lynde, R. Macchiarolo. ' ,, ..,.,.. , . ,W AFS ROVV ONE: P. MacDonald, R. MacFarlane, S. Mack, G. MacNorius. ROVV TWO: C. Mader, C. Mahoney, P. Malar- key, E. Marlarky. ROW THREE: C. Mapes, S. Markman, I. Marshall, C. Martin. Bill Henson, Mr. Zellers, Phil Kern and Phil Brownfield look at the finished product as it comes off the press. ROW ONE: I. Martin, V. Martin, E. Mar-tone, I. Mayor, Laughlin, P. McMartin, B. McNally, S. Medlin, A. Melo- E. Masaitis, I. Mateikat, G. McCardel, C. McEwen. ROWV grano. ROW THREE: S. Merry, D. Meyers, S. Michaels TWO: C. McGary, K. McGhee, D. McGowan, M. Mc- M. Mickey, D. Miller, P. Miller, D. Milman, E. Milmore l Nw 1. if ROW ONE: D. Minin, S. Moffett, M. Moldof, M. Monash- kin, G. Moore, I. Moore, I. Moore, K. Moran. ROW TWO: R. Morchelies, R. Morgan, W. Mottinger, A. Mueller, A. Frank Sharek takes time out for in a Modem Family class. H 59:- ,,v,,.,.,-M" X X- aa- -' Q fl if M ,,, ,W-' I ng Kffgy . .e,,,,,M a coffee break ' ,..,,.,,.A,,.,.,,.r Mueller, N. Mugge, R. Muhlerwirth, 1. Murphy. ROW THREE: P. Murphy, R. Murray, I. Muthart, L. My- dock, T. Myklehust, R. Nager, J. Nagy, B. Naipavel. UNIOR ROW ONE: D. Nelson, L. Neu, G. Neuenswander, B. Neumann. ROW TWO: K. Newman, M. Newman H. Newton, H. Niman. ROW THREE: M. Nissenberg, D. Nolan, J. Nolan, C. Norton. 40" ,fa if . V .Ei ..., g I l f , -Q....L '.....1l"' X X sw Z I SX V 5 lb -A N , 1 'Q " as 5 X 5 ROW ONE: I. Nunez, J. Nyberg, I. O'Brien, T. O'Brien. ROXV TXVO: B. O'Connor, I. O'Donnell, P. O'Grady, I. Ohrnan. ROVV THREE: B. Onove, I. Onrot, D. Opresko. ,K I. O'Quinn. i. ,. Carole Pecchio receives the check to pay S last issue's Pioneer bill. ROW ONE: P. Ouzts, D. Ozbum, C. Pack, W. Palonis, Pecullan, C. Pederson, L. Pellito, F. Pennell, ROXV THREE: A. Papale, R. Papale, S. Parslow, R. Parsons. ROVV TWO: A. Perdue, T. Perdue, L. Perez, C. Perry, B. Person, H. B. Partridge, S. Parzen, P. Paschette, C. Pechony, L. Petrie, B. Petty, P. Pfeiffer. . i 8 .. td' N 3 fn. ffm: -- Ln ROW ONE- R. Phebus F Phillip, G. Phillips B. Phillips, S- Psalm I. Pierce, Pierce, Ji Pollman, L. Poole. Row TWO: tefmaiflefl- Qllinfl, , I. Punckle, W. Pugh. ROW THREEE A. Quar- R. Quinterio, I. Radin, P. Radrn, S. Rank F. Potemkin, D. Powell, T. Prather, E. Press, S. Price, P- RHDPH, S- Rafback- Accurate measurements and preciseness of detail contribute to the success of the drafts- man's drawing. UNIORS ROW ONE: B. Ratnoff, L. Reese, T. Reich, Y. Renard ROW TXVO: T. Repicky, T. Revercomb, C. Rex, C. Reyes ROW THREE: R. Reynolds, T. Reynolds, I. Richardson, K Richardson. If 'ST Q ROW ONE: P. Richter, K. ROW TWO: C. Ringler, R. Ricter, G. Riddick, S. Riggs, Rissman, R. Ritter, V. Rivera. ROW THREE: S. Rivers, R. Rizzi, A. Robbins, T. Roberts. UNIORS ROW ONE: D. Robinson, G. Robinson, G. Rogers, J. Romanelli, A. Rose, B. Rosenberg, R. Rosenblatt, I. Rosen- wasser. ROW TWO: D. Ross, G. Ross, E. Rossrnan, D. 11' ff fufiic f I L l mmm A ff. 1 "" Y 33 -.. -' 21 i ff s 1 M af av. ,A 2 what x we X. 5' ee f f Mr. Spencer and Mr. Farmer give Elaine Ed- wards information on the upcoming Science Fair. Roth, P. Roth, B. Rothenberg, K. Rothman, L. Rothman. ROVV THREE: C. Rubenstein, P. Rubenstein, R. Rudinger, A. Ruggiero, V. Rushton, T. Sadacca, S. Sahm, S. Salari. I9 49" YU' '93 ,vm ROXV ONE: G. Salvador, S. Samples, G. Sandell, I. San- ders. L. Sanders, B. Sanfilippo, M. Santana, N. Santos. ROW TWO: P. Sarron, K. Satulove, K. Sayre, B. Scarce, G. Schailey, S. Scheel, E. Schell, G. Schellenger. ROVV Mr. MacDonald points to a word and pro- nounces it lor the Russian class. THREE: P. Schellenger, R. Schindler, C. Schloerb, M. Schneider, W. Schneider, W. Schoditsch, B. Schoenberger, B. Schofield. U N I ORS ROW ONE: M. Schrieber, N. Schulz, G. Schwerin, R. Scott. ROW TWO: K. Seager, S. Seguin, M, Seid, D. Seiser. ROW THREE: M. Selig, D. Sellers, L. Serrano, R. Setticase. ff, -w-4--u4.,,..,,,n 4' '45-s fs ROW' ONE: S. Seuss, M. Sharon, S. Shaw, D. Sheehan, ROVV TYVO: B. Shcllahamer, H. Sher, A. Sherman, L. Sherman. ROWV THREE: B. Sheyswitz, L. Shoot, B. Shultz, N. Shultz. Auto Shop boys work on a car engine as NIr S Upthegrove and Iames Soucy look on ROW ONE: A. Siegel, Siesholtz, B. Silberman, W. Smith, B. Smith, D. Smith, C. Smith. ROWV THREE I Silver, D. Sjolund, E. Slater, D. Slavin, N. Sloane. ROW Smith, I. Smith, L. Smith, R. Snow, P. Snowden, S Solari TWO: G. Slusker, D. Smart, D. Smart, Smith, A. L. Solomon, J. Sootin. K F 7 E .,, . Q. :il 'FMA .M , gon, R, Stern, W, Stern. C. KJt6W9""r Stewart. ROW THREE: M. Stewart, 11. Stewart, M. Stineberg, A. Stone, D. Stone, K. Stone, S. Stoneberger, M. Storace. UNIORS ROW ONE: S. Storms, B. Stosik, S. Stout, M. Stratigos. ROXV TNVO: I. Stratton, B. Strauch, C. Strauss, I. Strand. ROW THREE: S. Stroemer, D. Strumas, K. Sturtevant, W. Suarez. ff 469 'ff' ROVV ONE: C. Suddreth, L. Sudit, R. Sullivan, T. Sullivan, ROW TYVO: XV. Sullivan, F. Summers, C. Sutton, M. Swartz. ROW THREE: D. Swerer, L. Swiderski, M. Swindell, I. Szuck. Evelyn Allred watches the paper glide through S the mimeograph machine. ROW ONE: S. Tabb, G. Taks, D. Talbot, M. Talbot, A. Thomas, I. Thomas, S. Thomas. ROW THREE: T. Thomas, Tanchuk, N. Tardy, S. Tasman, P. Tate. ROW TWO: S. C. Thompson, D. Toboz, H. Tomb, B. Tompkins, V. Taylor, W. Taylor, M. Telford, I. Terrier, M. Terrier, C. Towne, C. Trichter, C. Trobinger. 'JC' ,N ROXV ONE: M. Vilbas, W. Virag, M. Vitch, P. Wagner, Watkins, 1. Wayman, C. Webb, I. Wegerier, ROW P. Wagner, A. Walker, L. Walker, R. Walker. ROW TWO: THREE: T. Weigle, I. Weiner, D. Weinstein, M. Wein- S. Walker, M. XValslier, D. Warren, S. Wasserman, M. stein, R. Weinstein, B. Weiss, D. VVeiss, L. Weiss. Phys. Ed. boys gives Mr. Cicio a ride back to locker room. UNIORS ROW ONE: J. Trott, K. Truitt, R. Trunkle, D. Tyree ROVV TWO: L. Ulman, R. Urbanek, B. Van DeGn1k, L Xsarlclne. ROW THREE: L. Vega, A. Verdi, L. Verga, D ic ers. f f y faq, 3 WZJW' ROVV 1: J. Weithorn, N. Weller, K. Wells, I. Wenneck. ROWV 2: A. XVerner, V. YVernhardt, S. West, L. Wezyk ROXV 3: M. NVhelan, C. WVhite, D. XVidaWski, D. 'Wigman UNIORS ROW 1: B. YVildStein, C. Wiles, R. VVilkinson, T. Willia- mon, B. NVilliams, I. NVilliams, N. Williams, J. Willough- by. ROWV 2: E. Wilson, G. Winge, I. Winters, I. Wirtla 2 I E E i S K 3 I Eg K' L E J x rg l i ,,.,. li The Conestoga staff works busily throughout the W year. B. Wisell, C. XViseman, T. 'Wolf, D. XVolfe. ROXV 3: P. Wollan, I. Womack, C. Vfomble, L. Woods, R. Woods, D. Wright, R. 'Wright, D. XVulf. E 5 I. i 1 1 2 E . 1- L gf wiv 992. Mrs. N. Sloan junior Class Sponsor FIRST ROW: I. Wycoff, A. Yongue, I. Youngblood. SECOND ROW: F. Zahn, B. Zaleski. FIRST ROVV: P. Zarcone, R. Zarcone, W. Zeiner. SECOND ROW: I. Zeit- zew, M. Zelazany. FIRST ROW: B. Zimmerman, I. Zimmerman, R. Zimmerman, SEC- OND ROW: S. Zimmenfnan, I. Zucker. l! 4 244 Mr. K. Nordmeyer junior Class Sponsor For the past two years the Class of ,62 has been building up enthusiasm and determination to make all its undertakings the most successful yet. During the year they demonstrated their initiative with the Ir. Class Play, "Our Townv, bake sales and other fund raising projects. The Iunior Class's main fund-raising activity was a magazine drive, which was completely successful. This project has been in affect for several years at North Miami Senior High School. The ,62 officers worked long and hard to make this year,s Iunior-Senior Prom the biggest social event this school has ever seen. 'UQ l l w i i w 1 -D am ' if , ll 4 wi9fZ..,- 1 M - y, ,f y Q A2525 1 5 1 X , . -.Lu "Make sure I receive those stories by tomorrow," warns Elaine Ed- wards. Mr. Rice shakes jerry Lanning's hand as he wishes him a good trip. Lynn Dickinson looks on. The crowd waits anxiously before the start of the Edison game. WZ, lv f -fmfivffsfmieannunszwzfpfff y . " 'f"KjjT'7'7'TF"f7TV"'777" 'W ' " W" ' 1 -3 ' ""f f-T' -if 245 SENIORS CLASS OF '61 SPONSORS Mr. Herbst Miss Mastropolo COLOR: Lavender And White FLOWER: White Rose MOTTO: Pride In The Pastg Faith In The Future SONG: You'll Never Walk Alone When You Walk Through A Storm Keep Your Head Up High And Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. At The End Of The Storm Is A Golden Sky And The Sweet Silver Song Of The Lark. Walk On Through The Wind, Walk On Through The Rain Though Your Dreams Be Tossed And Blown. 'Walk On, Walk On With Hope In Your Heart And Youill Never Walk Aloneg You'll Never Walk Alone. , J 12,4 N , .I ' ' ' Li..L .,rff1:".-. ,g.5."..e 'iL.:- -Bl.-lui -l 'I R1 'lll r H ,..,. M , W , .- ,ff s , sit- X Q L3 Q as QQ! V, Swv, : X N ,, X Q 3 r X X l iw la X X A .3 sw: BSS' X V Q QP A .X QQ, 13 X xfi9fs'Qr Q - s'z1.53:.y1e5g,mf,x - N x, L Steve Long President .4-P6 Bill Roberts Vice President 4 I - X if e ,W vf ' 1 f 2 qw Vickie Weithom Corresponding Secretary rr. ' fmfflc .,.,.g,,-:,,,,,,. . , ., f' Y ' N ,-L11 . 1-5, Q ,N gi x 1 ' 'Q ily gl, Wil' ,Qs N W., br W 2 W 3 Q NUM' Sandra Collins Recording Secretary - : f 9 Z. - ,,.. . ,M--V I i. .qlv 2 .,bb! V', ik 4 L11 f 4 4 Ya Marilee Walsh Treasurer M- e.1,r,.,. - x A:LAM W .n ,Iril - I E K , in 7 Nfl: 1 if ,, , 5 A A ' f 24.77. 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'-ffhfnf,fWf'Jw,'fZ'zi" fi e f .r Jim, ,fax rf! mf - l f 'V ,QQ hgfian ,W 1' f ff f W7- Wilks Hale Robert Hames E r. Earl Hargett Carol Harmony X 5 - A A Andrea Hamer I . . X K or Timothy Harrison "X S - X X or Q P - A A "A, HN' X- X p -X X. X x A r x ' r--- f , is Georgia Harris I 1 Gary Hayes , ., K N ,N F - f , X 'V '74 .A,,,. . Wiklffqnkq. .L NX. 3 1'-nf , G I l .N 1:-5: 2 X31 X we in Teachers and classes were riendly and familiar. i T ga, J1mm1e ea Y' I 'A PZ' , ,X an ' Jim Heap x.,-.., X rd, , , 0 , , ., , Harry Heckman i N David Helf V1 Dolores Heller Kenneth Heller H- fa , 44 ,Z f Michael Henry Gail Hensley 4 'Z-Q I ' 5 If ,I fy fx, 2 , g Carole Herrera M., William Herring -o f -vi , ,rv Q '55 'ffm' . P J Walter Hemel 7if,"' ' . Q f l'QQ73Z1,f'y' . ,, X Q . Af WT, s ff: L ,. fy 'S ,X , , ,N , ,. N..-,, Y. .,,--gl ls WY 5:3 li W 5- .E vfw-v : Q l .. ,x X X - , 'i"FW'am N , vm X .a-sf' 115 Elf 'Q .llc X, -as iv I . '5- I I Q4 "X Ox I, 4, , H4 ' L , -.u.gy.aL-1f.,.--- ... 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Hogg Ruthlyn Hoke Pamela Holland Patrick Holland Karol Holmes Ruben Holschaver Robert Holt Robert D. Holt gf! f X W 1 pf fri il V .W , My 'E mf i ywuy '-....,f ' 5 i . I ' -:gg Q 1' , . Qjsigfvf - ' my ,, 4, , 1:- N K .I ' pig . Yr - Q 4 I 3 1- :megs fy, V lx . X' 3:1352 T r 554 ' i 6 Q A V ' - x ' H ' I ff r p-, 2. 4 Z: I if r vii ,, ,4 ,,,1 Iwzzrezaum, mea.-fn.--we -A mg, e -xxa- Kathleen Holton Arnold Holtzman Iay Hoover Sandra Hoover Lee Horn Barbara Houle Thomas Houlton Carroll Howard b Activities resumed as Follies A I . 5 .W . , in ff KW 2 1 ' f 2, A U ftf 4' 2' a I l 9, ffyf y ,Q f M ff 4 M wwf, M M n,,.,af,,, W, f ,G Zv:-V M w.gm,f ff ,MM f,f,f ff f f f f ' f f f 1 ff f lf' l f A X f ,f I 1 5 A, ,471 V3 Q, V fab- , 7 1 - If 5 mm. 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V ', l johanne Jones Kerrie jones 4 fn ,Q.,:: ' I f Q, Norman Jovin "' J L Phyllis Kalb m J' 63 Sandra Kane Gail Kantor 3 1 A Helen Kantrowich Jerold Kaplan ,,ll,.,, Q X J With the cold winds came basketball, , , ,g ' , fi. ,ma pf V V'- :"i - Ziff' 1 f if 1 Z ' 9' 47 5 , 5 ' fs, Zfff ..f 1 'W' v f , f f ff ff! 5 , if f 1 f f 5 if ,- Yiwu I ,, .af ig!-Mf ,y X af-za, 2 f x f 1 f ff ff K Z 7,1 X f I f I 1 1 1 f 7 'f ' f , ff , , f M Q X f ,rgyylgazy - I I, 1 , ,m-5113151 f f if 4 .1 lk WA ., ff f 1 253 1 A494 V. 5,544 iffy, ,V QQ I f , A, 144- nf ,f .fn , I ,, 449 ffg , pf , . , ,3rfV,7':'y,,ff If Jn I I 1,,aff,,f-,,f4,yy,yf'f , M A "w4M,,f v , 7f'gm6i,1 " f" Geifmw ' f f :fry 4 ,f ,f f" C9 ,fyngf ,, 1 6 ,W , W ff,,,f,fW,w, eff ,pyfgf , iz' 3' 'ff' mio I If ' 1797 ' ' iff Eg, 'lflff ff f , 'ff ' 'QP f A 7312- ff 1 f 4 f , X 5 1 a , f . f H ' f f U7 O f 1 , ydvf , f wif W f Torn Karras Walter Kates Rita Katz Thomas Kaylor Faith Keefer Iohn Keeney James Kelley Lizabeth Kelly Richard Kelton Donna Kemp Gary Kenney Anne Kenny ,S crowded X I V ' ff' M' my ,t r ff f f M fo if W, W 2 f Q , .rf M Q, X 1 !f f, , f 4, , gif 9 4 ff ...., "'f"'f'3 1, ff , , Wy: ,, , lf 1- , . ,w 5 ,, ' 5, .1,7 'U Zgelmgy ,rx f .V ff , if 1 , 'KVMSVV v wwf ,-,f V Q! f Phillip Kerr Roslyn Keshlansky Nancy Keys Bruce Kilman jeffrey King Judy King Bonnie Kircher Ruth Kirk and a State Championship for t Q S aff: , f 4 ff .2 1,5 X, , ' , " ' ,,., f9Lf,.ig6ff' -f , W2,Zfz,jj,,d f -'1f',j , f f K f yiyyy " A ,, 2 S GV, 2 1 , K ,ge KW, 1 1 l ' 1 l f gg, 1 lgi lei , , xiii fa ll . . e f ' f 1 - ,- ..'- - , um. 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X 1 s Sally Littlefield 4 1 r X X ,',q Z .A e , lf' , ' 5 ' -ill jim Lockley - I 1, N Bla, 3:5 1 Karen Loiselle gf 6 'f Z , or A ' " K ' 2:5 , if . if 'f . K ai, - ' E 5 -Q-2 1 "' f K. H 'TI' l , r 'jj '- I George Long ll 1 ' 3 x ,, , 1 X ' Stephen Long ' 33" V l Ulm and all enjoyed the old South settlng Q 13 .X I 1. f - ' - '-ff' WVilliam Long QV 'lvl l 5 NX Q , WHS. 1' if ' Ronald Loos 5- " . 'Al' ,T I' Q, . 11 M H .VN 3 V - I V ., Z 'K 55 Linda Ludwf W ' 1 l,r ' ' Margaret Lu sa ' ' ' 1 l Zi' K, 1 A f Kathleen Lruner ' f gl , , , . A 4 , w X A .9 ,nz Drane Lux f , , 5 Mauon Luzer ,V ' V' Alicia Macari I f l Mary Macchio Vg ' V Orrin MacDonald 5- it A1350 . ' r ' I 'ffl f , V ' "lb if i U' li was f Sandra Mackay J, : b V RX , L ' Kenneth MacKenzie xg f' 7 , H' ' .5 N Z l f Q X xl 2 X I K , -H "' 'L' W We ff 'iff Fi , nf -,,.,,k,, , VV .- gi7'5f'3.' ', 1. 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ZS x 15 Eg EQ: 52 F I I I so 5.5 rs ,..-,lx to rx I i r ,V Mr '.,,. ,A , X Pat Richards Gayle Richardson Ryan Richardson Joann Riesen Junella Rigg James Roach William Roberts Lewis Roberts Mike Roberts Susan Roberts Edith Rogers jane Rohrback 5""'Nf qm- , 1, ,.,f, R , X aw' if XV' I 'Q f y '7 V 1-:self Q 'lf x wggff I I WT We studied a .1 - .I 12a ,Q 1' 3 '12, ' X 'QS 'ws - '-1:-:,1uw.-y -1 , Morene Rohrbeck Barney Rose Phyllis Rose Barbara Rosen Charlotte Rosenbleeth Steve Rosenthal E. C. Rosiere Dennis Rosini . 1 ,ls 4- -,-, ,fx rf fm as -in 1 , . , 1""' I Xl! xx ,. , 'WT - 'Q ,Ps H ' -'im - 5' ix . as c 1 QW , A l 51 1 f 2 Q ah ,. .Ts , , A o ff A 1 nd made college plans Diana Ross Keith Ross Sherri Ross Teobaldo Rosell Sandra Rothenberg Susan Rudolph Harry Rushing aw A ,. R 65 ei RW 1 , '. if R 'B VM 1 W l 1 l . . May- 'E7' I Judy Russe I . V Evelyn Russell R All ,Z lg V 76- Tom Ryan K 1 49.1 AV iw V " 4 N james Ryle V 3 Q Z NN" Ene-Tea Saarna , X "ix J. F -1 44 ' Q nii':4a5E5!1z:n-:'a,-..,- za, K --he v- K -f 5 2 4 w 'Q' fs Sandra Salem - Diane Sarnbridge We f Terri Sander Albert Sanders ' Sandra Sandler " 'if 7' Bobbievone Sands V S. ' f QM ' 1 , ,. Agnes Sanfilippo LM 'liinffyg "S Paula Sanfilippo Xi 'Q ' 5 Prwffrmf ' f ' ,. I, S 1. We sang the Alma Mater at Homecoming and cried 45" f fl I ,,., K! , gg ,, . ' , gy . gs L .f .,,, M., f H if i 5 . i J V " rg, - A wig, 'f-- .gf , I . -.-X fi , 'Ns , f -S XX XV I ,f ef f , Ig, if -' Tm , X '- 1 IWVV Marie Santangelo ' Peter Saponaro , ,.,, f ,Q , J., 1. QQ Mfzff, FA f ff X Z7 5,1 1, ff 1 7 V 4 f, , I f 77 , 5 ,g f w ff S W1 4 X46 I ,f 1. 4 ,,, gg f " W f if f jf 1 1 ' f 'ff , f f f ff f ff I Q4 f , ,, Q 0 f f 4 Claire Sasso jay Saxon I , ,f .,,k L, , JI Frank Scandiffio Regina Scanlan Donna Schechter Leonora Schichtel fi 'I Leona Schmookler Dona Schneider Fran Schneider jane Schneider 1 l . J 3 25.12 X ss l l K es 52 s X at . 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Darlene Schroder 3 5-s.'q5 5 gf-egg LL', ' l 5 S' ,Q y ' ,.,.. ,F ' M 5 Ray Schroeter ' Y l Curtis Schwartz H ,gg X Fl l AK 1 1, , 1: V Aff: 1 I IV, - , Judy Schwebke ' ,, 1 jr Julie Schweitzer Q j,fjI1fgi..,t ff'-I ,'.,, Q iz' Joan Scott Fred Seaberg ., . , 1, .,,.,7A1,,-31:11 , ' , , 4 ' 3 .,,v 4 4 fx l l. 1 ll 1 I our last Christmas Ball and enjoyed prom night , I . Alice Seegert S X K ey M Eileen Seidle if M., fa, 2 1 , , 2:1 - jacquelyn Seifert Paul Sellars S , l 1 1 Carol Sellers Dianne Sellers Stephanie Semrad Anthony Senatore Lois Serotta Henry Servatt Brenda Setzer jill Shafer Edward Shanahan Kathleen Shannon Sue Shawver John Sheaks Sandi Sheinbem Elaine Sherman Ioan Sherman Lorraine Sherman if We graduated with stars in 0 zgf., x W Mx 155 L -QQ, ,, X M! in 'nei- If nw ,X 432 1,-W, .I '12, ' ,,...,.457, , If . A K X., A ,S , 1 i, 1 an ,I '.f.,,, if ,I . 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Q Q, -- 'A'l: ,Zn Q2 '. , ' 5 f f I ,Zn Aj I 1 , n :II I qivffwfeff , ,f M' , I'4'I4!4my:5:fwfv-1-2 1' 1 f ixi ,MKG f fyf f f f We 1 , ff ! 4 I ,ff 72 an , fa f l J 5 If I' '," g:fII , I II H ff -- f- I,:1gg:rffff ,, ' , ff 7 l '41 5 . ' 'I v,'IfC,N My L, 'ff' X71 ' f-'W 14Q:bZwEZ'16, 1 f f"2""7,D ' C f' . I I M , 2 fy I r I ,QW 2 I ,,f, ,,: - I A yy f ' - ' -ff My f . If f, 7,fIffifI4' - I ff gg , ,11:-153.15 I' 2 I I, gefggfaaafifa'1Iwji9f 1 mf 5 , ff" W f '- Q, 3 I v.x .gt K4 Y 2 4-.S!:5Q'52'Y'Wliii'17x Robert Sloan Barbara Smith Bonnie Smith Gwen Smith Judy Smith Kenneth Smith Pat Smyth Sandra Solomon I fs- fm 5 I l We have grown physically and mentally in three short years. 'A .. . . . .... .XXW ww Qflwfieitrx ' ffl! 2 , JV- . ,, , of zfU,v-, - p- W W ..,., va r it ..l, 'fkds Q A 4 e., M W f 5 f Q 1 f f 4,2 f 4 1 Meat A f f f X I 5, 1 f fin. 77 X! '10 f A f X 4 y A rs Zi G N, . .,.V, ..., , fe Q i 5 355 'A. 1 S' fa X it gif Z ffl 5 Q f ,-4... , ' 4437, 5 V ,fm ., . u Q Glenn Sorenson Nelson Southard Gloria Spagnola Donna Spencer Randy Spradley Roy Stahl Melissa Staley Stanley Stankus Jackie Stanley Virginia Steber Ronald Steele Eleanor Stein si ' 'N- t i S Q W at ' X 1 --fe' I Y I Q - 1 1 T N el Ere. ig N. . . S l Il W' Af 7 ff 4 f X W! 4 My f f , f 4 4 ff 4 x , 2 I ' if 5 'l 1 J ol I fs Why: Years in which Esta Steiner V V V. Sigvard Stenmark V X 'Q X V 45 Aw i 9 mg 3 ii "uh . , Q ""'t' Q-in , 7 as "M f sf v 4... W M 3 W' ga 1 by Bob Stephens Roberta Stern ' I g. 52125 v james Stewart Nancee Stewart Corabel Stirrnan Barbara Stone XV our thoughts matured as we did Linda Stoop Robert Stratigos Janet Strang John Stratman Billie Stuart Judith Stutzman Vivian Suarez Floyd Sullivan , ,,' V , in V5 Clifford Sundmacher 7 , L f1fVf V James Sutter ' t iati ,1'M""t i tati re', .. .gf gi 7 Kay Swenson if r S ' 'f ' S .11' 4 ftli,t , Betty Swindell .Eff .. f ei K ff r 1 1 . r I 4 XS xx K , K x K . 'FW alma "'9uza1w-'wid' Judy Swope Don Tam Midge Tamargo Adele Tartaglia Victoria Tassone Cayetano Terreros Barbara J. Thomas Barbara Thomas 4pThree years during which we ff" y -"F:f:,,,fMf:"f "ri fm- mf ,4 . , ,M -ff' :,4Q,ZQ'3zf ifffff X 1,5 ff A , irr' 1 iq fo s f.iir i fffff' ' ' .jf f f I ! 9 X I 1, f ll f I f Y f , Q, , f ,XM S fi ,P W H I "'lf"fff-:ff 12"-4.1.-' . f A, ff! 0 1 ,X X X X YL X f ,A N xx X so Xi X Q X Y X Q QQ xsgfifj o 541' .wr ,Z ,, , 3 ,, Wi" , ,,, 9 fig-I, C 'A 4, ' f M473 Linda Thomas Philip Thomas Mike Thomas Tommy Thomas Judy Thompson Roseann Thompson Carolyn Timmerman Adeana Tindall Cheryl Tittles Louis Tomsick Tony Torchia Maria Torontali . ,, ,,A, A, V, AQ"- E -w.,,,A,. fdf often changed our points 0 view if f, if ., 'Si ,I 1 '.Wr'-'MT 'kg' -L.-J H 1 ''m""ZZZ:EZ7W"WW'!z"fT3'f17iFfTiPi'W5"f'lF4ff743i'4-rFvrf7-5'-'77ff mmmw, 1,-,... , A , K, ,., 1 Q5 mgjcf' x U ,ffm-., 7 i Q' 1 , V Z afznl - , 7,1 V A f Tien ' Q .al F Z 2514 E sg 4 , E 2 J, , f " ff f wp, ,' ,f f-'mmf eff- H,f,4,ff ,f V W ' ' ,X "iff, K f 5- 1' , 42147531-2:1 X ' V, ' f'f ' mm I ' M. ,, 53, af f 1 ff A,2175!g,g-- ' 5 - "1 4, 37 X ,, f Q ,, ,f f ,f. 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' X ff . ff, ' 0 , ,, ' ' , f. V 1 f 4, V, I, , X f f f fz ,ag , ,V fff , HI!! ,V ,if ff,f.,,, f, , KI 4:26, vj If 5 i 13 E 292 Tom Almeida Bill Amend joel Axt Lloyd Ayers Jeff Baber Tom Bentley joel Bewan Barbara Booher David Brunton Franklin Bubel A. Burma Caryl Busa Howard Carroll William Cauchi Hazel Cochran Charles Cole Terry Cummings William Curran Bobby Daniels Richard Deno Alan Devin R. Dosh Bob Forte john Freeman james Gallagher Roger Giller John Graham William Young Joel Zara Sharon Zeidner George Ziemer Ray Zimmerman i ' 1 7 Paul Zwolinski 4, Peter Zwolinski SENIORS NOT PICTURED Mary I0 Greenwis Dale Gustin james Hardee Gloria Harris Terri Helfenbein Donald Higgins Kenneth Hirsch Lance Huber Robert jackson Michael Jacobs Diane jones Paul Kantrowich Marian Kelly james Knowles Bruce Kurtz Albert Landers Donald Larson Garry Madge W. Masher T. Merchant John McNally Bill Navaro Charles Noble P. Pappas Barbara Prine l 3 y K 1 f V , -.,: '- f ,,, ff! 'V', , y W X Charles Rex Toni Riccardello August Ruggerio Michael Rudnick J. Schappert Michael Seay Joe Seidman Rawley Smira Ira Simowitz Dorothy Smith Woody Smith Arlene Solomon jerry Starks Wayne Stubblefield Jerry Veri Wayne Walclrop Katherine Weisman Leo Weldgen Ben Whipple Dorothy Whitten Linda Wilkinson Arthur Wise Ralph Woodward Iohn Wyckoff Mark Young 6azvzfm.a.1aia.sriam:raa1s.'a'wi-azxxf-1-vaa.rss:'e'ea.i,a,-amcavm--gfw:g,zp1aruafgwwawaefw--ff. u 5,5 - SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Abbott, Lee-Tri-Hi-Y 10,115 Biology 115 Chemistry Aid 12. Abbott, Steve- Adams, Gloria-Concert Choir 11,125 Future Nurses5 Youth for Christ Adams, Robert- Aiello, Ioanne- AlbLu'y, Charles- Albury, Donald-Wheel Club 125 Li- brary 105 Science Club 105 Chess glub 115 National Merit Semifina- 'st Alfano, James- Allen, Garry-Slide Rule Club Allen, Richard-Track 125 Ir. Civi- tan 125 Baseball 12 Allman, Arlene-Chorus 10,115 Rifle Club Allred, Carlos- Almeida, Tom- Amer, Ida-Sorrota 11,125 Corr. Sec. 125 Student Council Rep. 12 Ames, Linda-Sorrota 10,11,125 Cones- toga Staff 11,125 Business Manager 125 Quill and Scroll 11,12 Treas- urer 125 Guidance Aid 11 Andersen, Robert-Wheel Club5 Chess Club5 Slide Rule Club5 Hi-Y Appleton, Donald-Concert Choir 115 Reserve Choir 10 Arak, Michael- Arnold, R.-Hi-Y5 Red Cross Amove, JoAnn- Athy, Barbara-C.B.E. Chairman of Proiect Committee5 Guidance Aid Atkin, Dawna-Future Nurses 125 Spanish Club 125 Guidance Aid 125 Latin Club 105 French Club 12 Atkins, Mary Ann-F.T.A. 10,11,125 Historian 11,125 Student Council 105 Sorrota 11,125 Honor Garde 11 August, Laurie-Student Council 10, 115125 Class Rep. 10,11,125 jr. Class Play Axt, Joel-Marching Bandg Slide Rule Club Babischkin, Sheldon- Baker, Dalene- Baker, Doug- Baker, joel- Bakinowski, Robert- Balasky, Carol- Banks, Ann-Future Business Leaders 11,125 Parliamentarian 125 Youth for Christ 125 Homeroom Secretary 12 Bannack, Christine-Sub-Debs 10,11, 125 Recording Sec. 12 Barber, Marie-Honoria 10,11,125 Ass't. Chaplain 115 Vice President 125 Majorettes 10511,125 Y-Teens 11,125 Chaplain 125 Thespians 10, 11,125 jr. Class Corr. Secretary5 Senior Class Chaplaing Student Council 10,11,125 Graduation Her- ald 11 Barger, Ronald- Baron, Linda-F.T.A. 105 Concert Choir 105 Guidance Aid 11,125 Stu- dent Council 115 Sophomore Class Representative Barr, Howard- Barrett, Susan- Barrieault, Patricia-Student Council 11,125 Anchor 11,12 Bartholomew, Albert- Barton, Chuck-Football 10,11,125 Baseball 10,11,125 jr. Civitan 125 Student Council Representative Baskin, Kitty- Bates, Judy-Sorota 11,125 Historian 125 Guidance Aid 115 Homeroom Pres. 125 National Merit Letter of Commendation 125 Beta 125 Dis- tinguished Scholar Award Battaglia, Tony-Hi-Y 125 Ir. Red Cross 12 Bednar, Janet-Civinettes 11,125 D.C. T. 125 Girls Chorus 10 Bellman, Ioanne- Berger, Linda-Ir. Brush and Pallette 105 Modern Dance Club 10 Berman, Shen'y-F.T.A. 11,125 F.B. L.A. 11,125 Guidance Aid 125 Sen- ior Prom Committee 11 Bezdek, Donna-Concert Choir 11,125 Messiah 11,125 Girl's Chorus 11, 125 Ir. Class Representative5 Senior Float Committee Bieler, Louis-D.C.T. 12 Blake, Ioan- Blankenship, Robert-Basketball 10, 11,125 Boy's Chorus 105 Concert Choir 11,125 Volleyball 10,11,125 Tri-M Blau, Morton-National Honor Soci- etyg Beta5 Tri-M: Wheel Club5 Concert Orchestra5 National Merit Semifinalist Blouin, Adrianna- Boen, Barbara-Anchor 10,115 Record- ing Secretary 115 Girl's Chorus 115 Senior Class Representativeg Tri-M 125 Concert Choir 125 Ir. Achieve- ment 11,12 Boggs, Susan- Bollinger, Wynn-Hi-Y5 Youth for Christ 12 Boney, Lawrence-Guidance Aid 10, 12 Bongiovi, Louis- Boros, Phyllis-Red Cross Rep. 10, 11, Senior Class Altemate 125 Stu- dent Council Alternate 11 Borrero, Diana-Certificate of Edu- cational Development 105 Tri-Hi-Y Bowman, Patty-Tri-Hi-Y 125 Dean of Boys Ass't. 11,125 Bible Club 11 Braksve, Seliesa-Future Nurses Branam, Tim- Branch, Barbara-Student Council Representative 125 Curriculum Of- fice Assistant 11 Braveman, Marilyn-Red Cross Rep. 125 Guidance Aid 105 Homeroom Sec. 125 Girl's Chorus 11,125 Bravo, Christine-Tri-Hi-Y5 Senior Class Representative ' "' fr" ' - 1 - 'rxnlmvwmmrcwrrrxmg 1 rr-aur a, vga. P-nur. 1.-.,.-ef, . f-A -. , ,,. Brennan, VVilliam-Key Club5 Tri-M: Treasurerg Marching Band 11,125 Concert Band 11,12 Brenner, Charles- Brickman, Bonnie-Honoria 11,125 Honey 125 Treasurer 125 Majorette 1O,1l,125 Co-Captain 125 Beta 11, 125 Thespian 10,11,125 Graduation Usherette 115 Ir. Class Talent Night 115 Hi-Jinx 115 Homeroom Secretary 12 Broaddus, Sue-Student Council Alt. 105 Red Cross Alt. 115 Float Com- mittee 125 Guidance 105 Main Of- fice 11 Bronstein, Frank- Brooks, Barry-Concert Orchestra5 Concert Choir Brown, David-Varsity Football 125 Varsity Baseball 12 Brown, Fransid-Tri-Hi-Y5 F.T.A. Spanish Club Brown, Ioan-Anchor 125 Class Rep. 125 Student Council 115 Beta 12 Brown, Lynn-Sorrota5 G.A.A. Brown, Naomi- Brown, Vivian- Bruce, Heather-jr. Achievement5 Student Council Alternate Bmno, Jerry- Brunton, David-Marching Band 10, 11,12 Brusyo, Irene- Bryson, Walter-Football 10,11,125 Concert Choir 10,11,125 Drakes 12 Bubel, Franklin- Burke, Marie-Marching Band 10,115 Concert Band 10,11 Busa, Caryl- Bussey, John-Ir. Civitan 125 Treas. 125 Conestoga and Pioneer Photog- raplrerg Student Council 12 Cadelo, Leo- Cain, Charles-Key Club Caminiti, Ronald- Canale, Joan-Typing Certificate 11 Caprio, Philip-Football 10,11,125 Basketball l0,11,125 Letterman's Club 12 Carbone, Cathie-Pioneer Staff5 Guid ance Aid Carlough, Joyce P.-Dramatics5 Bible Club 105 Guidance Aid 11,125 Typ- ing Award Carlson, Curt- Carr, Beverly-Student Council Rep. 165 Chorus 105 junior Red Cross Carrel. Kathleen-Beta Honor Society 11,125 Modern Music Masters 11, 125 F.T.A. 115 Sr. Class Re-p5 Red Cross 10,11,l25 Concert Choir 10, 11, Accompianist 125 Hi-Jinx 10,115 Messiah 10,11,12 Carrillo, Sue-F.B.L,A.5 TRi-Hi-Y 10, 115 Debate Team 105 Conestoga 11,12 Carter, Carl-Swim Team 10,11,125 Football 105 Drakes 11,125 Hi-Y 125 Letterman's Club 12 293 'E zz 5 is 1 K, W, X' FK"'! ' 'f' --.',". . . . ' . w - r.-- Y. ... . MbwywfM.,f...J,a.a,.,.,.,aa,.r.,,,.,s.,:r, :,,,,.,.W,,,..,,,,, .:ag1rit,gfA,' !1.!2fr',1,r1uLs:ammn mam 4 Z 7 v ww---r-,W a,m.,s.Ms.M E F gi, ee. is ,ag iii 2 ii iii i S i 3 Q fl, if s ,Q s, L i z s 4 'E 4 s ii 5 1 3 E 5 2 2 2 .5 5 i .ii SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Carter, Pat-Honor Garde 10,11,125 Allied Youth5 Student Council, Guidance Aid Castle, Camille-Concert Choir 11,125 Pionairs 125 Class Rep. 125 Red Cross Alt. 11,125 Messiah 11,12 Cauchi, William-Future Farmers of America Chaplin, jim-Hi-Y 10,11,12, V.P. 11, Sec. 125 Student Council 10,11,12, Director of Comm. 125 Boys State 115 Fla. Youth Advisory Board 125 Wheel Club 10,11,125 Editor of Southern Assoc. of Student Coun- cilis journal 125 Class Rep. 10,11 Chapman, Arthur-Band 105 Latin Club 11,12, Corres. Sec5 Slide Rule Club 12 Charles. Roy-Agriculture 12, Student Council Rep. 11 Charleton, Kenneth-Electronics 10, 115 Radio Club 10,11 Chmura, Joan-Student Council 125 D.C.T. 12 Christensen, Diane-F.B.L.A5 Poetry Award 105 H.R.V.P. 10 Church, Wally-Varsity Track Team Citron, Alan- Clark, Douglas-Agriculture5 Boy's Chorus Clifford, Mary-Red Cross Clifford, Susan-Sorrota 10,11,125 Si- rena 10,11,12, V.P.5 Girl's State 115 Swim Team 10,11,125 Student Council Clifton, Carol C.-Conestoga Editor 12, Copy Editor 115 Sorrota 10, 11,12, Chaplain 125 National Hon- or Society 11,12, Chaplain 125 Beta Honor Society 10,11,12, Parliamen- tarian 125 Quill and Scroll 11,125 Steering Committee 10,11,12, Sec. 11, Chairman 125 Guidance Aide 10,11,12 National Merit Letter of Commendation 125 Distinguished Scholar Award 125 National Essays Anthology Award5 N.E.D.T. Cer- tificate of Merit 11 Clifton, Carole R.-Honoria 10,11,125 Historian 125 Pioneer Staff 105 Conestoga Staff 11,125 Senior Di- rectory Editor 125 Honor Garde 10, 115 jr. Class Talent Night5 Publi- cation's Comm. of the Senoir Class5 N.E.D.T. Certificate of Merit 11 Cohen, Richard-Volleyball 12 Cohen, Shelia- Cohen, Theodore-Concert Choir 11, 125 Guidance Aid 10,11,125 Audio Visual 10,115 I.C.C.115 Red Cross 115 Student Coucil Rep. 115 Ir. Class Rep. 115 Foreign Exchange Comm. 11 Cohn, Phyllis-Concert Choir5 Future Nurses5 Sr. Class Rep5 Red Cross Rep5 Reserve Choir Cole, Butch-Varsity Basketball 10, 11,125Varsity Baseball 11,125 Vol- leyball 11,12. Capt. 12 Coleman, Morris- 294 Coleridge, Carolyn-Tri-M 11,125 Con- cert Choir 11,125 Pionaires 125 Girl's Chorus 10 Collins, Candy Carol-Sub Debs 11, 125 Solo Majorette 10,11,125 Sr. Class Rep. 125 Letterman's Sweet- heart 125 Graduation Herald 125 Homecoming Queen 12 Collins, Ray-Concert Choir5 Beta5 Tri-M5 Messiah5 Allstate Chorus Collins, Sandra-Sr. Class Rec. Sec. 125 jr. Class Rec. Sec. 115 Sorrota 10,11,125 Allied Youth, Historian 125 Student Council Rep. 10,11,125 Girl's State Candidate5 Graduation Usherette 115 Prom Chairman Connolly, john- Conrad, Doris-Varsity Cheerleader 11,125 Co-Capt. 125 I.V. Cheer- leader 105 Sorrota 10,11,125 Hi-Y Sweetheart 125 Prom Committee 115 Student Council 12 Consentino, Bill-Red Cross 125 Latin Club 125 Parliamentarian 125 Sr. Walk Comm. 12 Contreras, Ray-Key Club, Sr. Board Director 125 Varsity Basketball 11, 125 Student Council Treas. 125 Future Nurseis Sweetheartg Guid- ance Aid 10,11,125 Pioneer Rep. 105 Volleyball 105 Sr. Walk Comm. 12 Cooper, jim- Cooper, Nancy-M.M.M5 125 Spanish Club 125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Orchestra Concert-Mistress 12 Corliss, Ira-Football 10,125 Ir. Ex- change Sec. 115 Hi-Y 125 Student Council Alt. 125 Senior VValk Comm 125 Volleyball 115 jr. Class Prom Comm. 11 Cowan, Allen- Craig, Carlton- Crawford, Richard-Orchestra Crivaro, Ronald-VVheel Club 10,11, 125 V.P. 125 Class Rep. 105 jr. Class Rep. 115 Sr. Class Rep. 125 Student Council Alternate 10,11,12 Crouse, Carla-Spanish Club 10,125 Future Nurses 115 Pioneer 10 Crown, Barry-Ir. Exchange Club 11, 125 Pres. 125 Student Council Sec. of Public Relations 125 Sr. Class Rep. 125 jr. Red Cross Rep. 115 1.C.C. 11,125 Conestoga 11,125 Chairman "Student of the Month" Committee 125 Asst. Ed. of S.A. S.C. Iournal Cucel, Barbara- Culletto, Joann-Sub Debs 11,125 F.B.L.A. 11,125 U.B.E.A. Award 115 Majorettes 125 Sr. Class Rep. Alternate 125 Red Cross Rep. 11 Cummings, Terry- Cunningham, jerry-Guidance Aid 11, 125 Library 10, H.R. Treas. 12 Cunningham, Pat-Basketball 11, 12 Curran, Bill- Curto, Bonnie-Library Cushman, Judith-Concert Choir 11, 125 Accomp. for Boy's Chorus 10, 115 Student Council Rep. 125 Tri- M5 Guidance Aid 10,115 Ir. Class Alt.5 Pionaires 12 Cuttino, Beth- Dallas, Marie Ann-Anchor 10,11,12, Rec. Sec. 125 C.B.E.5 Guidance Aid 10 Dallinger, Thomas-Tennis, 10,125 jr. Optimist 10,11,125 Football 105 Audio Visual 125 I.C.C. Rep. 125 Traffic Control Comm. 10,11,12 Dannette, Danese- Daniels, Lani-Baseball 10,125 Ir. Civitan 12 Daugherty, Ralph- Daum, Karen-Future Nurses 125 Guidance Aid 10,125 D.C.T. 12 David, Jill-Anchor Club 11,125 Chaplaing Thespians 11,12, Secg Guidance Aid 10,11, Class Rep. 10,11,125 Student Council 10 Davidson, june-Future Teachersg Sr. Float Comm. Deason, Judi-Sub-Debs, Prom Comm. 115 Pioneer Rep. 105 Jr. Class Rep. 11 Delgado, Georgina-C.B.E.5 Student Council 12 Demirgian, Mary-Concert Band 10, 11,125 Marching Band 10,11, 2nd Lt. 105 Beta 10,11,125 Chaplain 10, 15 Tri-M 25 Spanish Club 12 DeRier, Dorothy-Anchor 11, 12, Treas. 12 De Soto, Tony-Band Capt. 10,11,125 Key Club 10,11,125 Tri-M 10,11, 125 Marching Band 11,125 Con- cert Band 10,11,125 Student Coun- cil 105 Flag Ceremony 12 DeVivo, Mike- Dickerson, Beverly-Sirena 11,125 Swim Team 11,125 Student Council Rep. 10,11,125 Prom 115 Sr. Walk Comm. 12 Dickinson, Lynne-jr. Varsity Cheer- leader Co-Capt. 105 Varsity Cheer- leader 115 Editor-in-chief of Pio- neer 125 Pioneer Staff 115 Sub Debs 11,125 Chaplain 125 Quill and Scroll 125 Graduation Usher- ette 115 Prom Comm. Chairman 11 Diebold, Charles- Dierks, James- Ditmars, john Robert-Manager Foot- ball 10,115 Manager Basketball 10, 11,125 Boys' Chorus 10,115 Con- cert Choir Dobbs, Tom-Football 0,11 Dobbs, Tom-Football 10,125 Track 11,125 jr. Civitans 125 Honor Garde Top-Kick 12 DODHGSUIE, Elaine-Spanish Club 12. Transfer: Health Council 10,115 Civinettes 115 Student Council 105 National Honor Society 12 ...- 3--va-1-afar. Wa- Q y. V , ,gl-A L Y L., SENIUR DIRECTOR Y Dorrell, Robert-Drakes, Swimming Team 10,11,l2 Dorla, Rosemary-Library 10, Drama 10,11, Thespians 11,12, Girl's Chorus 11, Conestoga Photography Ed. 12, Student Council Alt. 10 Dottorelli, Diane-C.B.E. Treas, Sen- ior Class Alt. Dowdle, Sharon-Sub-Debs 10,11, 12, President 12, VVheel Club Sweetheart 12, Homecoming Court, Graduation Herald, Miss Conestoga Court 11, Student Council Rep. 10, Downing, Frank- DuBois, Burt-jr. Civitans 12 Dunayer, Carri- Dunlap, Hope-Civinettes 11,12, Parl. 12, Graduation Usherette, Prom Comm. 11, Future Nurses Club 12, Red Cross Sec. 12, Class Rep. 10, Red Cross Rep. 11,12 Dushey, Martin-Concert Chorus, Boys' Choms Dweck, Sandra-Red Cross 10 Easton, Ian-Golf Team 11,12 Edelman, Elaine- Eichenberger, Janice-Concert Choir 11,12, Pionaires 12, Future Nurses 10,11,12, Messiah 11,12 Eichenberger, John-Marching Band 10 Eisenberg, Barry-Sargeant at arms of Soph. Class 10, Football 11 Eisler, Martin-Key Club 12, Ir. Exchange 10,11, Youth Council, Marching Band 10,11,12, Concert Band 10,11,12, Student Council 10, I.C.C. 10,11,2 Elias, Carol-Honoria 11,12, I.C.C. 10, Student Council 11,12, Sec. of Programs 11, Thespians 10,11,12, Vice Pres. 11 Elliott, James-Baseball Emmett, Roy-Key Club Pres. 12, I.C.C. Vice Pres. 12, Key Club 10, 11, 12, H.R. Pres. 10,11,12, Soph. Class Parl. 10, Sr. Walk Committee 12 Epstein, Carl-Jr. Exchange 10,11 Erdos, Franklin- Eiickson, Richard-National Forensic League, National Honor Society, National Thespian League, Certif- icate of Merit in Debate Evans, Sylvia-Reserve Choir 10, Cirl's Chorus 11,12, Messiah 10,11, 12, Spring Choral Festival 10,11,12 Ewell, Mary-Pres. Pionettes Letter Club 12, Pionettes Letter Club 12, Official's Club 11,12 Fabrikant, Michael- Fader, Barbara-Tri-Hi-Y President 12, I.C.C. 12 Falkanger, jeff-Key Club 11,12, Gymnastics 11, 12, Student Council Representative 12, junior Class Representative ., 3 VP PM Falmlen, Martin- Farley, James-Swim Team 10, Volley- ball 10,11,12 Farrar, Mary-Usherette 11, Y-Teens, Senior Class Representative Feigelman, Terri-Anchor 11, Chours 10, Guidance Aid 10, D.C.T. 11, Senior Class Representative, Red Cross Representative 10 Felcher, Eileen- Feldman, Rochelle-Guidance Aid 11 Fetterman, Connie-N.E.D.T. Certif- icate of Merit 11 Fields, Ronnie-Audio Visual Fieldus, Charles-Football Team 10, 11,12, Baseball Team 10,11,12, Lettermanis Club 12, Ir. Class Rep. 11 Fischbein, Elizabeth-Guidance Aid Fisher, Bob- Fisher, William- Flash, Geri-Future Nurses, Girls' Chorus 12 Fleeger, Donna Marie-Girl's Chorus, Library Club 10,11 Fluhr, Connie-Honoria 12 Flury, Wallace-Football 10,11,12, Basketball 10,11,12, Letterman's Club 12 Forte, Bob- Fortman, Phil-Swimming Team, Drakes Fox, Bill- Fox, Phyllis-National Thespian 10, 11,12, Historian 12, Guidance Aid, I.C.C. Rep., Bulletin Board Com- mittee Francis, Arlene-Anchor Club 10,11, 12, Anchor President 12, Sr. Class Rep. 12 Frank, Carol-Honor Garde 11,12, Honoria 12, Future Nurses 10,11, F.H.A. Officer 11, Sr. Rep 12 Freas, Kenneth-Majorette Mister 12, Key Club 12, Modem Music Mas- Ters 12, Student Council Rep. 12, Marching Band 10,11, Concert Band 10,12 Frederking, Richard-Golf Team Freeman, Mary-Concert Choir 12 Frey, Robbie-Civinettes 11,12, Treas- urer, 12, F.T.A. 11,12 Friberg, Bjorn-Student Council 10, S.E.B.A. 11 Fricke, Stephen-Ir. Red Cross Rep. 11, student Council Rep. 10, Guid- ance Aid 12 Fritz, Judith-Sorrota 10, Tri-Hi-Y 11,12, C.B.E. 12, Concert Chorus Fritz, Katherine-Y-Teens 12, Student Council 10,11,12, Sr. Class Float Committee Fritz, Marie-Girls' Chorus 10, Con- cert Choir 11 Furze Ann-Library Assistant 11,12, Rifle Team 11,12, Secretary 12 Gable, Sandra-Honor Garde Trainee 10, Sorrota 11,12, Poster Comm. 12, Sr. Walk Comm. 12 Gaffin, Michael-Swim Team 10,11, 12, Ir. Class Mag. Drive 11, Stu- dent Council Rep. 12, Ir. Class Rep. 11, jr. Red Cross Pres. 11, NVheel Club Rec, Sec. 12, Nat. Honor Society V. Pres. 12, Beta Honor Society Sgt. at Arms 12, Distinguished Scholar Award 12 Most Intelligent Senior Superlative Gagliardi, Pat-Sorrota 11,12, Vice Pres. 12, Beta 10,11,12, District Pres. Beta 12, Natl. Honor Soc. 12, Class Rep. 10,11,12, Guidance Aid 10,12, Distinguished Scholar Award Gallagher, Jim- Garcia, juan- Garrett, Susan-Sorrota 10,11,12, Rec. Sec. 12, Student Council Ex. Board 12, jr. Optimist Sweetheart F.T.A. 10,11,12, Parl. 12, Concert Orch. 11,12, Graduation Usherette 11, Thespians 10, Co-Chairman Sr. Banquet Comm. Gates, Margaret-Anchor Club 11,12 Gatto, Margaret-Ir. Exchange Sweet- heart, Concert Choir Transfere fBeach Highl: Guidance Aid, Stu- dent Council Rep. 10, H.R. Of- ficer Gelmand, Richard-Transfer: Spanish Club 12 Gennusa, Carmelina-Library Club 12, Red Cross Rep. 10,11,12, Girl's Chorus 12 Gentile, Dominic- George, William-Football 10,11,12, Gymnastics 11,12 Gerber, Ila-Honor Garde 11, Student Council Rep. 11, Sr. Class Rep. 12, Guidance Aid 12, Chorus 10 Gemert, Linda Lou-Student Council 10,11,12, Tri-Hi-Y 12 Gershen, Sharon-Swimming 10,11, Sirena, Honor Garde 10 Gilbert, Iackilyn-Girl's Chorus 10,11, 12 Gilman, Richard- Giovannelli, Vincent-Class Rep. 10, 11,12 Gitlin, Carol-Future Homemakers of America Glickman, Steven- Glover, Judy-Anchor 11,12, Corre- sponding Secretary, Senior Class Representative Godbee, Virginia-Modem Music Mas- ters, President, Beta Honor So- ciety 11,12, Honoria Service Club 12, Future Teachers of America, Corresponding Secretary, Concert Choir 12, Pionaires 12, Student Council, Girlis Chorus Goodman, Don-Merit Scholarship Test Certificate, Red Cross Rep- resentative 11, Student Council 10, German Club 10,11 Goodridge, George- 295 Wg . 6 l V l i r l i I 1 V.,-rg,v,:g..,,,,,:Lp-izvnln-X, eff- fs 'fri znvra-Y 1- -- - --.- - - . ,i nr 1 ATL V ..., 15215412121 - 1 if egg-.s.r.-1r.- . Lmegge ..,. we 3 ' i i i i 1 i -s . i i 2 R 5 SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Gordon, Eugene-Transfer: Concert Choir Gordon, Richard-Wheel Club 10, 11,125 Science Club 11,125 Slide Rule Club 125 German Club 125 Distinguished Scholar Award, Sci- ence Fair 11,125 Beta Honorary Society 125 National Honor Society 12 Gordon, Sharon-Lee-Chorus 10,11, 12 Graffam, Charles-Wheel Club 10, 11,125 Science Club 11,125 Slide Rule Club 10,11,125 Beta 11,125 National Honor Society 125 German Club 125 National Merit Semi- Finalist5 Distinguished Scholar Award Grant, Sharyn-Conestoga Staff 11, 125 Associate Editor of Conestoga 125 Quill and Scroll 11,12, Pres. 125 Guidance Aide 125 Iunior- Senior Prom Committee 11 Gray, Elizabeth-Guidance Aid 10, Anchor Club 11,12, Sweetheart5 Y-Teens 12 Green, Ann-Transfer: Spanish Club Vice-Presidentg Cheerleader 115 Pep Club5 Annual Queen Candidate Homeroom Vice-President 12 Green, Dane-Hi-Y 12 Green, Patricia-Student Council, Chorus 105 Red Cross Representa- tiveg Senior Float Committee Greenberg, Steve-Concert Choir 10, 11,125 Gymnastics Team 10,125 Swimming Team 10,11,125 Home Room Veep. 10,125 Student Council Representative 125 Business Mana- ger Concert Choir 125 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist Greenstone, Cynthia-F.T.A. 11,125 Anchor Service Club 11,12 Greenawalt, Elizabeth Ann-U.B.E.A. Award 115 F.B.L.A. 11,12, Secre- tary 125 Civinette 11,12 Gruccio. Raye-Future Nurses, Clubg Thespians, Clerk, Student Council Representative 10,11 Guerin, Mike-Hi-Y Guise, Don-Senior Class, Sargeant at Ar-ms5 Varsity Football 11,125 I.V. Football 105 Student Council 10,115 Homeroom President 10,115 Track 125 Letterman's Club Guise, Rodney-Swimming Team 11, 12 Gulian, Arshalus-Chorus 12 Gustin, Dale F.-Junior Exchange, Vice-Presidentg Science Clubg Na- tional Academy of Science Gutnick, Lorraine-Majorette5 Student Council Representative Haag, Robert- Hagan, Suzanne-Dean's Office Hagen, Jean-Sub-Debs 10,11,125 Si- rena 11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Diving Team 11,12 Hahn, Manny-Track 10,11,125 Foot- ball 10,115 Lettermanis Club 125 Cross Country 12 296 Hahn, Pamela-Tri-Hi-Y Vice Presi- dent Hames, Robert-Football 10,11,125 Letterman's Club 12 Hardee, James- Hargett, Earl- Harmonay, Carol-U.B.E.A. Award 115 Givinettes, 11,125 F.B.L.A. 11, 12, Vice President 12 Harner, Andrea-Class Representative 10,11,125 Student Council Represen- tative 10,11,12, Historiang Secretary of I.C.C. 125 Girls State 115 Prom Committee 115 Sub Debs 11,125 Senior Class I.C.C. Representative Harris, Gloria-National Thespian 15 D.G.T. 12 Harrison, Tim- Hayes, Gary-Track 10,11,125 Letter- man's Club 125 Assistant Student Council Rep., Cross Country Team 12 Head, Jimmie-"Pioneer" Photogra- pher 115 "Pioneer', Sports Editor 125 Guidance Aid 125 Sec. of Jr. Op- timist 12 Heap, Jim-Hi-Y5 Soccer 105 Class President 10 Heckman, Bob-j.V. Football 105 Golf 10,11,125 Baseball 125 Hi-Y 10,11, 125 Letterman 125 Vice President of Home Room 125 Student Coun- cil 10 Helf, David-D.C.T. Helfenbein, Gerda-D.C.T.5 Guidance Aid5 Drama Heller, Dolores- Heller, Kenneth-National Honor So- ciety5 Beta Treas .125 NVheel Club5 Chess Team5 Distinguished Scholar Award5 National Merit Semi-fina- list Laboratory Research Program in Astronomy Henry, Michael-Key Club 10,11,12, Treas. 125 The Pioneer 125 Beta Honor Society 125 National Honor Society 125 Marching Band 115 Ir. Varsity Football 105 Homeroom President 125 Volleyball Team 10 Hensley, Gail-Civinettes 11,125 Gym- nastics 115 Sr. Class Rep 12 Herrera, Carole-Tri-Hi-Y5 H.R. Pres- ident 10 Herring, Bill-Distinguished Scholar Award5 Key Club 10,11,125 Nation- al Honor Society 125 Beta Club Honor Society 11,125 N.E.D.T. Cer- tificate-5 National Merit Hester, Ellen-Honor Garde 10,11, 125 Sorrota 11,125 Ir. Red Cross Rep, 10 Hewitt, Annc- Higgins, Don-Football Hilldring, Johanna-Sorrota 11,125 Treas. 125 Tri M 10,11,125 Chap- lain 12, jr. Class Chaplain5 Orches- tra 10,11,125 Rec. Sec 115 All State Orchestra 11,125 Prom Com- mittee 115 Sophomore, jr. and Sr. Representativeg Sr. Class Finance Committee Hillgaertner, IoAnn-Honor Garde 10 11,125 Concert Choir 125 Student Council Representative 105 Hono- ria 12 Hines, Carole-Future Nurses 10,11, 125 Rec. Sec. 11, Parliamentarian 125 Concert Choir 11 125 Student Council 11,125 Hi-Jinx 11 Messiah 11,12 Hirsch, Vicki-Thespian Hockett, Tobey-jr. Civitan 125 Hoffenberg, Sharon-Swim Team 10, 11,125 Sirena 10,11,125 Sirena His- torian Hogan, Terrie-Civinettes 11,125 Si- rena 125 Red Cross 10,11,12 Hogg, Charles- Hoke, Ruthlyn- Holmes, Karol-Student Council Rep. Holschauer, Ruben-WVheel Clubg Ger- man Club5 Swimming Team5 Stu- dent Council Rep.5 Chess Club5 Spanish National Honor Societyg Guidance Aid Holt, Robert-jr. Optimist Holton, Kathleen-C.B.E.5 Sergeant at Arms Hoover, Sandra-Honor Garde 10,11, 125 Colonel 12, Honoria 11,125 Beta 10,11,125 National Honor Soc- iety 125 Guidance Aid 105 Typing Award 10 Houle, Barbara-Concert Ghoirg Pio- nettes Howard, Kenneth-Hi-Y 11,125 Track 10,11,125 Volleyball 105 Home Room Rep. 10,115 Gymnkana 125 Gymnasticia 125 Red Cross 10,11 Howell, Claude-Gymnastic 10,11,125 Volleyball 125 President of Gymn- kana 125 J.V. Football 105 Tumbling Pioneer5 Captain of Gym Team Howells, Anne-Sorrota 125 Y-Teens 11,12 Girl,s Volleyball Team 125 Prom Refreshment Comm. 115 Ir. Glass Talent Night 11 Huff, Kathy-Soph. Class Correspond- ing Sec.5 Sub-Debs 11,125 Beta Honor Society 11,125 Honor Garde 10,11,125 Sr. Class Rep., junior Class Rep.5 Student Council 105 Homeroom Class President 10 Hutt, Rickey- Hullman, Geoffrey- Hummel, Noel- Hungerbuhler, john-Sub-Deb Dream- boat5 Pres. of Letterman,s Club 125 Football 10,11,125 Baseball 10,11 125 Sr. Class Rep. v 'F1 .uf-Q' , , 1 1. SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Hunt, Patti-Beta 10,11,12, Pres. 12, Distinguished Scholar Award, Na- tional Honor Society, Student Coun- cil Rep., Jr. Class Rep., Science Club, 4th Place State, lst Place School, Sci. Fair and lst Regional Sci. Fair 11, Participant in Nat. Sci. Foundation on Research Pro- gram at Marine Laboratory Hurley, Patricia Ann-C.B.E. 12, Class Rep. 10 Hutchinson, Keith-XVheel Club 12, Drakes 10,11,12, Swim Team 10, 11.12 Hyatt, Mike-J.V. Football Illgen, Gay-Sorrota, Honor Garde 10 Inabit, Gary- Innacone, Marie-Thespians 11,12, Treas. 12, Anchor 12, Jr. Class Talent Night, Forensic Follies 12, Sr. Float Comm., Girl's Chorus 12 Inglima, Allen-XVheel Club, Slide Rule Club Ingria, Joseph-Drakes 12, Debate I Team 11, Basketball 10, Football 10,11 Jackson, Bob- Jackson, Myra- Jacobson, Steve- Janusz, Thomas-Orch. 11,12, Pres. , 12, Stud. Conductor 12, Hi-Y 12, J Tri-M 12, Jr. Class Talent Nite 11, Hi-Jinx 12, Science Fair 10, 11, N.E.D.T. Award Jarrett, Majorie-Red Cross Rep. 11, 12, F.T.A., Prom Comm. Jarvinen, Gail-Civinettes 10,11,12, C.B.E. Treasurer 12 Johnson, Jeff-Boy's Chorus 10,11,l2 F Johnson, Ken-Football, Track, Hi-Y, J Drakes Johnson, Linda-Civinettes, F.B.L.A. Johnson. Phyllis La,Don-Girl's Cho- rus, Concert Choir Johnson, Ted- , Jones, JoHanne- ' Jones, Kerrie- Kalb, Phyllis-Transfer: Cheerleader, Inter-form Sports, G.A.C., Synchro- nized Swimming, Modern Dance Club, Red Cross Representative Kane, Sandra-Thespians Kantor, Gail-Future Nurses, Record- ing Secretary, D.C.T. Parliamentar- ian, Student Council Representa- tive Kantrowich, Helen-Varsity Tennis Team 10,11,12, Captain 10,l1,l2, Concert Orchestra 10,11,12, Anchor ll,12, Parliamentarian Kantrowich, Paul-Tennis Team 10, 11,l2, Marching Band 10, Concert .i Band 10, Orchestra 10 Kaplan, Jerold-Hi-Y l0,l1,12, Junior Red Cross 10,12, Guidance Aid 11,l2, Junior Optimist 12 -an-,..f-Q----'----r---'-' i""f-Y"""1'i"-""""'i1'ti"'f"""'W""iw' 'Ti "P 4'rti """'i"'KFfH"u" " ' 'm""'1'-4 T ' Karras, Tom-Senior Director of Wheel Club, Track Team Kates, Walter-Varsity Football 10, 11,12, Track 11,12, Lettermarfs Club 12 Katz, Rita-Honor Garde 10,11,12, Honoria 11,12, Student Council Representative Kaylor, Tom-XVheel Club, Anchor's Admiral, Track Team 12, Senior XValk Committee Keefer, Faith-Tri-Hi-Y 11,12 Keeney, John-Concert Band, Youth for Christ Kelley, James-Electronics 11,12 Kelly, Liz- Kelton, Richard-Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior Class President, Key Club 11,12, Football 10,11, Track 11,12, Junior Exchange Club 10,11, Treasure 11, Boys, State Kemp, Donna-Girl's Soft Ball 11, Girl's Volleyball, Library 10, Guid- ance Aide 11, Deans Office 11 Kenney, Gary- Kenny, Anne-Messiah 11, Home- room Representative 10, President of C.B.E., Member of I.C.C. Keshlansky, Roslyn-Thespian, Guid- ance Aid 10, Junior Red Cross 11, Student Council 11, I.C.C. 11 Keys, N a n c y Lynne-Swimming Team, 10,11,12, Sirena, 10,11,12, Chaplain, 11, President, 12, "You Can't Take It VVith You", Lettered in Swimming, 12 Kilman, Bruce- King, Jeffrey- King, Judy-Sorrota,1O,11,12, Histo- rian 12, F.T.A. 10,11, Homeroom Vice-President 11, Sr. Class Alt. 12 Kircher, Bonnie- Kirk, Ruth-Tri-Hi-Y 11,12 Klein, Sandi- Knapp, Donna-Concert Choir, Tri- Hi-Y, Future Nurses, Bible Club, Red Cross Representative, Student Council Alt. Girl's Chorus, Guid- ance Aid Knowles, James- Knox, John- Koenig, Richard-Jr. Exchange 12, Chaplain 12, I.C.C. Representative 12, Student Council 12 Kopcik, Joan- Koppelman, Roberta-Sophomore Rep. 10, Junior Class Rep., 11, H.R. President 10 Kotler, Lorne- Kreiselman, Thomas-Transfer: Class V.P., Radio Club 10, North Miami, Electronics 11,12 Krenzer, Barbara-Anchor, F.T.A. Kroboth, Robert- Labell, Gail-P.T.A. Fashion Show 10, Jr. Class Talent Nite 11, Slide Rule Club 10, Jr. Red Cross Rep. 11 Lacey, Sandra-Girls Chonis 11, Civinettes 12, F.T.A. 11,12, Sr. Class Rep., H.R. Secretary 12 LaFortuna, Julie-Civinettes 1l,12, Civinettes Vice-President 12, Con- cert Choir 11,12, H.R. President 12, H.R. Treasurer 10, Student Council, Messiah LaJudes, Maddy-Student Council, Girl's Chorus, Concert Choir, Re- serve Choir, Messiah, Class Rep. Lamkay, Larry-Band, Volleyball Langevin, Gail- Larson, Don- Larson, Vic- Laubert, Gwendolyn Carole-Tri-Hi- Y 11,12, Youth For Christ 11, C. B.E. 12 Lavac, Linda-Honoria 12, Girl's Chorus, Jr. Red Cross Rep., Co- Chairman of Senior Float Com- mittee Law, Bill-Track 12, Senior NVall-2 Committee Lay, Jeanette-Y-Teens, H,R. Secre- tary 11,12, Jr. Red Cross Alt. Layton, Barry-Jr. Red Cross Rep. 10, H.R. Vice-President 10 Laxson, Adrian-Football 10,11,12 Lecain, Diane-Marching Band 10,11, 12, Concert Band 10,11,12 Lee, Roger- Lehman, Linda-Office YVorker, Civinettes 10,11 Lehrman, Susan-Jr. Red Cross Rep. 10,11, Student Council Rep. 10 Leifried, Norman-F.F.A., Chaplain 11, Secretary 12, Reporter, Miami Federation 12 Lennon, Betty-Y-Teens, National Thespians, Student Council, Senior Class Alt., North Miami Sr. Opti- mist Queen Leonard, Donna-Allied Routh 12, Sr. Class Rep., Senior Class Float Committee Leonard, Shirley-Tri-Hi-R Leschinger, Harry- Lester, Jack-Gymnastics 11,12, D. C.T. 12, A.V. 10,11 LeTourneau, Carol-H. R. Secretary 10,11, Jr. Red Cross Alt. 11, Student Council 10 Levin, Alan-Swimming Team 10,11, 12, XVheel Club 11,12, Treasurer 12, Jr. Cross Rep. 12, Science Club 12 Levin, Beatrice-Participant in 1959 So. Fla. Science Fair, Chorus 10 Levin, Katherine-Slide Rule Club, Levine, Harvey-Transfer: Treasurer of Class, Science Club, German Club Parliamentarian, Latin Club, Stu- dent Council 10, Jr. Rod Cross 10, Ligon, Marsha-Student Council 10, Student Council Poster Committee, H.R. Secretary 12 Lilholt, Sten-Foreign Exchange Student, Beta 12, VVheel Club 12, Student Council 12, Honorary Honoria Member, Honorary Hon- oria Hunk 297 rtt"'f-ff-wm-mk--T3, . V -TTL, --',-Z!':-,,,,Zwk-fa.,-Q9,,..,,,.,,L.W' .L ,, ,,.v ...,.-f ,.L...f ....,......,h, ,-..M,...1,,....J...........-v,,a,......... , . .. 4 -... . .. . ..... 41 5.5.7 ... 5:i,x,,,Qi:L..-,,,...-, - 1 2 2 -f . .Nu 1 l 1 1 l 1 1 ,I i 1 5 1 3 1 5 SENIUR DIRECTOR Y Lindas, Mark-Jr. Civitan5 Parlia- mentarian 12 Liotta, Bob-President of Hi-Y 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart 125 Student Council Secretary of Publicity, 125 Orchestra 10,11,125 Allied Youth 125 H.R. Vice-President 125 Sgt. at arms Lipof, Anita-Honor Garde 10,11,125 Sub-Debs 11,125 Corresponding Secretary 125 Student Council Rep. 10,125 Jr. Class Alt.5 H.R. Presi- dent 125 Guidance waid 105 Prom Committee 11 Lipscomb, Roberta-Honor Garde 10, 11,12, Captain 125 Honoria 10,11, 12, President 125 Foreign Exchange Student 11 to Denmark5 Senior Class Rep.5 Student Council 10,115 Allied Youth 125 Outstanding Sen- ior Optimist Award Liston, Carole-Jr. Red Cross Rep.5 Student Council Rep.5 Girl's Chorus Lisowsky, Jean-Concert Choir Littlefield, Sally-Subj Debs5 Student Council Rep. 11,125 Class Rep. Lockley, James- Loiselle, Karen-Concert Choir Long, George M.-Hi-Y, Chaplain 125 H.R. President 12 Long, Steve-President of the Senior Class ,615 Football 10,11,12, All City Team5 Basketball 10,11,12, All City Basketball Teamg Key Club, Vice-President 11, Secretary 125 Letterman's Club 11,125 Boy's State 115 Outstanding Senior Opti- mist Awardg Honoria Hunk 125 Graduation Usher 11 Long, William-Hi-Y 11,12 Loos, Ronald-Football 10,11,12, All City Team 125 Basketball 105 Track 11,125 Pioneer Representative 105 Letterman's Club 12 Ludwig, Linda-Guidance Aide 12 Luksa, Margaret-Anchor, Historian 125 Orchestra 10,11,12 Lumer, Kathleen-Guidance Aid 105 Anchor 11,12, Vice-President 125 I.C.C. Representative 125 Foreign Exchange Student Committee 11,125 Lux, Diana Jean-D.C.T. Luzer, Marion-Anchor 11,12, Sgt. at Anns 125 Concert Choir 125 Girl's Chorus 115 F.T.A. 10,11,12 McCarty, Micheal E.-Electronics 10 11,125 Electronics Club 10,11 MacDonell, Orrin-Key Club 11,125 Football 105 Student Council Alt. 10 McFarland, Sharon-Honor Garde5 Concert Choir5 Girl's Chorusg Guidance Aid5 F.N.A.5 Allied Youth, Chaplain5 Red Cross Rep.5 Reserve Choir, Chaplain Mcllvaine, Champ-H.R. Treasurer 10 298 MacKay, Sandra-National Honor Society 11,12, Recording Sec. 125 Beta 10,11,12, Vice President 125 Honor Garde 10,11,12, Cor- poral 125 Sorrota 11,125 Fla. Science Fair, Honorable Mention 105 Con- cert Orchestra 125 I.C.C. Rep. 125 Distinguished Scholar Award5 N. M.S.Q.T. or Nl.E.D.T. Certificate of Merit5 National Essay Anthology Award McKelvey, Ross-Allied Youth, Presi- dent 125 Hi-Y, Treasurer5 Student Council Historian5 Student Council Rep. 10,115 Class Rep. 10,11,125 Concert Choir 10,11 McNamara, James-Football 10,11, 125 Basketball 105 H.R. President 115 H.R. Vice-President 105 Student Council 105 Jr. Red Cross 105 Let- terman's Club 125 Pioneer Repre- sentative 10 McNicol, Leslie-Y-Teens 11,12, His- torian 125 Guidance Aid 125 Sr. Float Committee 12 McQuade, Walter- McSheelan, Aileen-Maiorettes 10, 11,12, Sweetheart 125 Sub-Debsg Y-Teen's5 Student Council 10,115 H.R. Secretary 11,12 Macari, Alicia-Girl's Chorus 115 Jr. Red Cross 115 D,C.T., Cor- responding Secretary 125 Sr. Float Committee Macchio, Mary Lou-Tri-Hi-Y Mackenzie, Ken-Baseball 11,12 Madison, Viena-D.C.T., Treasurer5 F.N.A.5 F.B.L.A. Major, H. W.- Maloney, Tom-Swim Team 105 Gym- S-lTSiEIS Team 11,125 H.R. Pres. 10, Mander, Jimmie-F.F,A.5 Audio Vis- ual Club Mann, Barry-D.C.T. Manning, Joan-Cirl's Chorus Mansfield, Sandra-Honoria 125 Graduation Usherette5 Prom Comm 115 Student Council 10,115 Class Rep. 10,11 Marchant, Tom- Margolies, Debra-Transfer: Nurse's Club5 Volleyball5 Basketball Marinelli, Joseph-National Honor Society, President 125 Tri-M, Vice President 11, 125 Boys State 115 Student Council Representative 125 Concert Choir 10,11,125 Pionaires 125 Red Cross Representative, Council Secretary 11, Council Treasurer 125 Guidance Aid 10,11, 125 Steering Committee 10.11,12 Chairman 125 Financial Committee Junior Class 11 Markowitz, Mitchell-Student Council fgjliieis Club5 Arista5 Art Club5 Math u Marshall, Diane- Martel, B.B.- Martin, George-Track Team Martinez, Richard- Marvil, Fred L.-Track 11,125 Foot- ball 11 Masenheimer, Darla-Tri-Hi-Y 125 Guidance Aid 10,11,125 Sr. Float Committee Mason, Linda-Civinettes 12 Massey, Royanne-Anchor Club 125 Guidance Aid 125 Homeroom Sec- retary 12 Massing, Ted-Chorus Concert Choir 10,11,125 Allied Youth 12 Mastropaolo, Charles-Civitan Ser- geant at Armsg Senior Class Home- room Representative Mastropaolo, Sal-Vice-President of Civitang Sergeant at Arms of Senior Class5 Guidance Aid Masullo, Judy- Matchus, Michael-Guidance Aid 105 Homeroom Vice-President 12 Mattevi, Jim- Mayhew, Ronald-Junior Civitans Maysman, Carolyn-Slide Rule Club 10,11,12, Vice-President 11, Presi- dent 125 German Club 125 Science Club 125 National Merit Semi- Finalist Mazilewski, Marsha-F.B.L.A. 10,11, Treasurer 12, President5 Civinettes5 Class Representative 10,115 I.C.C. Representative 125 Junior Class Favors Committee Meacham, Susan-Marching Band 10,11,125 Concert Band 10,115 Student Council 10,115 F.T.A. Red Cross 10 Merced, Oscar- Messana, Lucille-C.B.E. 125 F.B.L. A. 105 Guidance Aid 115 Volley- ball Teamg Archery Team Meyer, Bob- Middendorf, Weslie-J.V. Cheerleader 10, Varsity Cheerleader Capt. 11, 125 Sub-Debsg Beta Honor Society5 Cheerleading Sweetheartg Student Council Representative 11 Millar, Linda R.-Vice-President of German Club5 Sophomore and Junior Class Alternate Represen- tative Miller, Mary-Junior Red Cross Alter- nate 105 Spanish Club5 Home- coming Float Committeeg Student Council Alt. Mills, 1 Dick W.-Junior Civitan, President 125 Civinette Casanova 125 Concert Choir 11,125 Junior Class Representative 115 Home- room President 115 Student Council Representative 11 Mills, Pat-Future Farmer of America5 Diversified Mechanics Milstein, Leslie- -rw if L' l ' 'Y' . . :ia I , if SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Mims, George-Student Council Rep- resentative 105 Head Football Manager 125 Head Track Manager 125 Head Baseball Manager 125 Science Club 115 Camera Club 105 l..etterman's Club 12 Mims, Joseph- Mindell, Marilyn-Junior Red Cross Representative 105 Alternate Stu- dent Council 105 Drama Club 115 Homecoming Float Committee 12 Miner, Dorothy-Y-Teens 11,125 Sen- ior Class Float Committee5 Guid- ance Aid 10,11,125 Student Council Alternate 10 Minniti, Marcia-Reserve Choir 105 Concert Choir 11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Junior Red Cross Representa- tive 12 Mintz, Roslyn-Honoria 11,125 Honor Garde 10,115 Student Council Rep- resentative: F.T.A. 10,11,l25 Red Cross 105 Guidance Aid 105 Junior Class Talent Night Moody, Sally- Moore, Carson-Hi-Y 105 F.F.A. 12, Chaplain5 Gymnastics5 A.V. 12 Moore, Diane-Transfer: President: F.B.L.A. 115 Secretary Inter-Club Council Moore, Paula-Sub- Debs 11, Vice- President 125 F.B.L.A. 105 Presi- dent Homeroom 10,125 Sophomore Class Representative 11 Moore, Richard-Baseball 10,11,125 Guidance Aide5 Chorus 12 Moore, Sharon-Future Nurses Club 11,125 Student Council 10 Moreels, Myra-Future Nurses Club 10,115 Student Council Alternate 115 Guidance Aid 115 Red Cross Representative 11, Thespians Club 11,12, Corresponding Secretary Morel, Charles- Morgan, Patricia-Beta 11,12, Sweet- heart 125 National Honor Society 12, French Award 115 Student Council Representative 125 Distin- guished Scholar Award Morgan, Horace-Concert Band 10, 11,125 Marching Band 10,11,12 Morici, Sandra-Y-Teens 11,12, Presi- dent 125 Conestoga 11,12, Junior Editor 125 Student Council 10,11, 125 Allied Youth 125 Pioneer 115 C.S.A. Convention 115 Junior Class Representative 115 Home- room Treasurer 11, President 125 I.C.C. 12 Powder Puff Game 125 P.T.A. Fashion Show 10 Morrison, Joanne-Concert Choir 11, 125 Tri-M 125 Student Council 125 Reserve Choir 105 Homeroom Vice-President 12 Moss, Donald-Gymnastic5 Letterman Moss, Lucille Ann-Drama 10,11,125 Thespians 10,125 Student Council 115 F.B.L.A. ll, 12, Historian 125 Junior Class Representative Mowery, Sally Anne-Marching Band 10511,125 Concert Band 11,125 Or- chestra 105 Junior Class Represen- tative Mueller, Andy-President Rifle Club 125 A.V. 11, 125 Hi-Y 12 Muench, Richard-Marching Band 10, 11,125 Concert Band 10,11,125 Ri- fle Club 11 Mullins, Janice- Murray, Donald-Slide Rule Club5 Radio Club Myers, Brenda- Nast, Judy-Red Cross Student Coun- cil5 Class Secretary5 Dean's Office VVorker Navarro, William- Nesbitt, Marcy-Civinette Service Club 11,12, Chaplain 125 F.B.L.A. 11, 12, Treasurer 125 C.B.E. 12, Chap- lain Nessmith, Eileen-Band Concert 10, 11,125 Marching Band 10,11 Neunzig, Kurt-Swim Team Newman, Ed-Football 10,11,125 Track 11,125 Guidance Aide 10,11, 125 Sergeant-at-Arms, Class of ,615 Hi-Y 12 Newman, Heidi-Latin Club, Guidance Aid Newman,Joyce-D.C.T. 2 Nickerson, Richard- Nigg, Stacy- Nissenberg, Susan-Basketball5 Soft- ball Noble, Charles-Football 115 Student Council 10, 115 Guidance Aid 10, 11 Norman, Marilyn-Transferred: G.A.A.5 Horizon Club Treasurer Nunn, Tom- O'Dawe, Deirdre-Tennis Team Oesterreicher, Pam-Civinettes 11,125 D.C.T. 12, Chaplain O,Hare, Bobbie-Future Nurses 10, 11,12, District President 11, Chap- lain 125 Red Cross Homeroom Representative 10,12, Alternate 115 Concert Choir 125 Girls Chorus 115 Anchor 11,125 Senior Class Home- room Alternate 125 Board of Di- rectors for F.N.A. in the State O'Hearn, Edith,-Pioneer Staff 10,115 F.N.A. 105 Civinettes 11,125 Guid- ance Aide 10 Oliveri, JoAnn-Homeroom Represen- tative 10,115 Student Council Al- ternate5 Y-Teens 10,12 Opperman, John-F.F.A. Orr, Richard-Junior Civitan Osborne, Rita Joyce-Y-Teens 11,12, Recording Secretary 125 Allied Youth 12, Senior Float Committee 125 Pioneer Staff 125 Senior Pub- lication Committee 125 Student Council Representative 115 Foren- sic Follies 12 Ostrow, Maxine-Future Nurses Club, Treasurer 125 Guidance Aide 105 Red Cross 11, 125 Girls Chorus 12 Packman, Bruce-Latin Club, Sgt.-at- Arms 125 Guidance 11,125 Amer- ican Jr. Red Cross Rep. 125 Pio- neer Feature NVriter 105 Home Room Vice Pres. 10 Pafford, Lonnie Edward- Paisley, Terry-Varsity Tennis, Anchor Club5 Future Nurses Club Palacio, John- Pantelakis, Tom- Papendick, Irene-Majorette's 10,115 Thespians 10,11,125 Sophomore Class Rep5 Junior Class Rep5 Sen- ior Class Rep. Pappas, Bob- Parker, Faye-Transfer: C.B.E.5 Class Reporter 11 Pastreich, Jim-Audio Visual Aid 10, 11, 125 Pavonne, Teresa-Girlis Chorus5 Guid- ance Aid Pearce, Joseph M.-Hi-Y-, 11,12 Pecchio, Carole-Pioneer Staff 10,11, 125 Advertising Manager and Bus- iness Managcr of Pioneer 11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 10,11,l25 Corresponding Secretary 125 1.C.C. Representative Quill and Scroll 11,125 Tallahasse Delegate 125 Quill and Scroll 12 Pedersen, Martin-Science Fair-Chem- istry 11 Pelccki, Ronald-YVheel Club5 Stu- dent Council Rep5 Concert Band5 Marching Band Pelzner, Roberta-Honoria 125 Thes- pians 10,11,125 Honor Garde 105 Future Teachers 125 Jr. Class Talent Night Perlin, Don-Student Council Pres- ident 125 President District 6 Flor- ida Association of Student Coun- cils5 Vice-President Sophomore Class5 Vice-President Junior Class5 Wheel Club 10,11,125 Florida Sci- ence Fair Winner5 Beta 125 Senior Superlative Pesekow, Leslie-Student Council Rep. 125 Jr. Class Rep. Pesetsky, Barbara-Usherette at Senior Graduation Petras, Ted-Drakes 10,11,12, Presi- dent 125 Swimming Team 10,11, 12, All American Swimming Team 11,125 All City Swimming Team5 Homeroom President 11,125 Letter- manis Club 125 Slide Rule Club Phelan, Robert- Phipps, Linda-Honoria 11,125 Honor Garde 115 Beta 10,11 Pierce, Dawn-Beta Pirtle, Theresa-Jr. Class Rep. 299 mm.. , - 5- ---- - Jr .... 5 --s .,,.,.,.. ,-.--r.....L....' f' L..W,,.,.,A,,,, . . . ..- , .. - , .. , ,hm I- 51,5 1 222 5 11 Z 2 it 3, mean 12 ,V :li "fI'ff-IW V 1 rs 1 A SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Plant, Linda-Sub-Deb 11,12, Hir- torian 125 Library Club 11,12, Scc'y 11, Vice-Pres. 125 Homeroom Presitlentg Student Council Rep. 105 Prom Committee Plant, Thomas Letson-Basketball 10, 11,125 Football 1O,11,125 Letter- man's Club 11,125 Track 1-1,125 Y-Teens Sweetheart 12 Plummer, Sarah-Senior Float Com- mittee Pluta, john-Boy's Chorus 105 Tennis Team 10,11,12 Plotkin, Richard-Key 10,115 Home- room Rep. 105 Student Council Rep. 10, 11 Pollack, Mike- Porteous, Toni-Spanish Club 12 Portis, Ray- Post, Judith Elaine-C.B.E. 125 Herald at Graduation 115 Jr. Red Cross Rep. 10 Powell, Marie-Ir. Red Cross Presi- dent 105 jr. Red Cross Chaplain 115 Marching Band 10,115 Concert Band 115 Reserve Concert Band 105 Band Manager 115 D.C.T. 12 Prater, Connie-Conestoga 11,125 Sen- ior Ed. 125 Quill and Scroll 125 Y- Teens 11,125 Student Council 105 Alternate 115 Sr. Class Alt. 12 Prater, Tex- Preston, Bob- Prine, Barbara-C.B.E. 12 Prinzo, Patricia-Sirena 12 Pritchett, Karen-F.B.L.A. 11,12, Vice President 115 Senior Class Rep.5 Homeroom Sec'y 10,125 Honor Garde 10 Prossor, Harry E. Ir.- Pucek, Joseph- Pue, Lois Irene-Concert Choir 11,125 Reserve Choir 105 Future Nurses of America 10,11,12 Raffo, Romalo-Harvard Book Award5 Distinguished Scholar A w a r d5 Wheel Club 10,125 Beta Honor Society 11,125 National Honor Society 125 Science Club 10,125 Slide Rule Club 105 Guidance Aid 11 Ragona, Sherry-Cheerleader 11,125 National Thespian Honor Society 10,11,125 Student Council Alter- nate 10,115 Concert Choir 125 Play "Good Housekeeping"5 Drama Fes- tival 10 Ranch, Bonni-Civinettes 11,12, Cor- responding Secretary 125 Sirena 10,11,12, Sergeant-at-Arms 125 Prom Committee 115 Y-Teens 125 Swim Team 10,11,12, All City 115 ' .duation Usherette 115 Junior ,ss Representative5 Senior Class Representative 300 Randall, George-Red Cross Represen- tative Rapp. Barbara-Sorrota 105 Chorus5 Tri-Hi-Y5 Future Nurses of America 125 Guidance Aide 125 Student Council Representative 12 Reeder, Shirley-C.B.E. 12 Reese, Sandra-President of Sopho- more Class5 Sorrota 10,11,125 I.V. Cheerleader 105 Recording Secre- tary Student Council 125 F.T.A. 10,11,12, Vice-President5 Best Looking Superlative5 Graduation Herald5 Homecoming Court 125 Quill and Scroll 11,125 Conestoga Staff 11,125 Key Club Sweetheart Ress, Richard-D.C.T. 125 Audio Visual Ribinski, Bob-Baseball 10,11,12 Rice, Victoria-Tri-Hi-Y 11,12, Treas- urer5 G.A.A.5 Pionettes5 F.T.A. Richards, Pat-Homeroom President 115 Marching and Concert Band 10 Student Council Representative 10,115 Senior Class Alternate 125 junior Class Representative5 Swim Team 125 junior Class Finance Committee Richardson, Ryan-Hi-Y 125 N.F.L. 11,12 Riesen, JoAnne- Rigg, junella-Future Nurses 11,125 Girlis Chorus 12 Roach, jim-Wheel Club 10,11,125 Science Club 11 Roberts, Lewis S.-Band5 Guidance Aide5 Student Council Roberts, Mike-Swim Team Roberts, Susan-Concert Choir 125 Modern Music Masters 125 Girl's Chorus 11 Rogers, Edith E.-Conestoga 12 Rohrback, jane-Swim Team 10,11, 12, Sirena Club 10,11,12, Record- ing Secretary5 All-City Team 10 11,125 Guidance Aide 12 Rohrbeck, Renee-Tri-H-Y 125 Cho- rus 10,11 Rosen, Barbara-Homeroom Secre- tary 11,125 Guidance Aide 125 Ush- er Iunior Class Play5 Cafeteria Hostess 12 Rosenbleeth, Charlotte-National The- spian Society 11,125 Dean's Of- fice 12 Rosenthal, Steve-Junior Optimists 125 Amateur Radio Club 10 Rosiere, Eugene- Rosini, Dennis-Basketball 105 Foot- ball 105 Allied Youth 125 Senior Float Committee 125 Guidance Aide 125 Volleyball Team 10,115 Home- room Representative Alternate 10 Ross, Diana-F.T.A. 125 Spanish Club 125 Alternate Student Council 115 Homecoming Float Committee 12 Ross, Keith- Ross, Sherri-Red Cross Representa- tive Roth, Bob-Future Farmer of America 'KSentinelv5 Rifle Club Rothenberg, Sandy-Honoria 11,125 Conestoga 125 Prom Committee 115 Senior Publications Committee5 Sophomore junior and Senior Class Representative5 junior Class Play5 Guidance Worker 12 Rudnick, Mike-Chorus 11,12 Rudolph, Susan-Homeroom Repre- sentative 105 Cafeteria, Hostess 12 Rushing, Harry- Russe, Judy-Spanish Club5 Senior Homeroom Altemate Russell, Evelyn-German Club, Sec- retary5 I. C. C. Representative5 Guidance Aide 115 Red Cross 10 Ryan, Tom- Ryle, Richard-Junior Civitans 12 Saarna, Ene-Tea-Honoria 11,12, Sgt. at Arms 125 Honor Garde 10,11, 12, Corporal 125 Guidance Aide 10, 11,125 Student Council Alt. Repre- sentative 10,115 Usherette 11 Salem, Sandra-Red Cross 125 Pioneer Representative 105 Foreign Ex- change Committee 10,11 Sambridge, Diane-D.C.T., Record- ing Secretary5 Jr. Red Cross 10,11 Sands, Bobbie-Band 10,11,12 Sander, Terri-N.F.L. 10,115 Honor Garde 10,11 Sanders, Albert-Thespians 10,11,12, President 125 First Place U of M Drama Festival 19595 Best Actor at Gainesville Drama Festival 1960 Sandler, Sandra- SanFilipo, Agnes- Sanfilipo, Paula- Santangelo, Marie- Saponaro, Pete-Football Team 10, 11,125 Gymnastics Team 10,11,125 Letterman's Club 125 Gym-Kana Club Sasso, Clare-D.C.T. 11,12, Vice- President 125 Future Nurses 125 I.C.C. Representative 125 Student Council Representative 10,115 Red Cross Representative 105 Guidance Aide 105 Home Room Secretary 11 Scandiffio, Frank-Transfer5 Journal- ism Staff5 Hi-Y5 Student Council 10,115 Ir. Class Representative Scanlan, Genie-Swim Team 10,11, 125 Sirena 10,11,12, Sgt.-at-Arms 11, Treasurer 125 Soph. Class Rep- resentative5 Senior Float Com- mittee Schechter, Donna-Transfer: Red Cross Representative5 Newspaper Staff 11,125 Service Club Schichtel, Lee-Swim Team 10,11, 125 Sirena 10,1l,125 Civinettes 125 German Club5 Assistant Copy Edi- tor of Pioneer 125 G.A.A. 10 Schlicher, David-Gymnastic Team 12 Schmookler, Leona-F.T.A. 125 Red Cross 11 Schneider, Dona-Vocal Ensemble 105 Concert Choir 11,125 Civinettes 11,12, Float 125 I.C.C. Represen- tative 125 Red Cross 10 me-.area . .,.1- -- 535 . ,- SENIOR DIRECTOR Y Schneider, Francyne-Sirena5 Student Council Schneider, Jane-Sorrota5 National Thespian Society5 Future Teachers of America5 Senior Class Represen- tative Schor, Phyllis-Thespian Club5 Anchor 10,115 Junior Red Cross Represen- tative Schroder, Darlene-Modern Music Mastersg Concert Choir 11,125 Pionaires Schroeter, Ray-Golf Team 10,115 J. V. Football 105 Pioneer Photog- rapher 10,11,125 Junior Red Cross Representative 105 Guidance Aide 105 Homeroom President 115 Prom Committee5 Class Representative 11 Schwartz, Curtis- Schwebke, Judith-D.C.T. 12 Schweitzer, Julie-Honor Garde 10, 11,125 Honoria 11,125 Thespians 11,125 Student Council Represen- tative 11 Scott, Joan-Girl's Chorus 10,125 Student Council 12 Seaberg, Fred- Seidle, Eileen-Junior Red Cross Seidman, Joe- Seifert, Jackie-Swimming Team 125 Sirena 125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Senior Float Com1nittee5 Science Club 115 English Award5 Science Fair Awards 11 Sellers, Carol-Homeroom President 12 Sellers, Dianne-Student Council Rep- resentative 10,115 Sirena Club 105 F.T.A. Club 115 Intramural Sports 10,11 Semrad, Stephanie-Drama Festival 105 Thespians 10,11,125 Anchor 12 Serotta, Lois-Student Council 105 Girls Gymnastics Servatt, Henry-Hi-Y, Recording Sec- retary5 Youth for Christ: National Merit Semi-Finalist5 Guidance Aide 10,11 Setzer, Brenda-Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain 10,115 Shafer, Jill-Homeroom President 10,115 Usherette 115 Senior Class Representative5 Student Council 10,11 Shanahan, Marty-Student Council 10,11,12, Class Representative 10, 115 Civitans 125 Sorrota "Sugar,' 125 Track 11,12 Shannon, Kathleen-Sub-Deb, Treas- urer5 Swimming 10,11,12, All City Swimmer5 Junior Class Represen- tatixe5 Prom Committee5 Senior Class Representative Sheaks, John M.-Hi-Y 125 Drakes 10,11,125 Allied Youth 125 Home- room Vice President5 Junior Red Cross Sheinbein, Sandi Lee- Transfer: Homeroom Vice-President 125 Guidance Aide 125 Student Council 105 Varsity Hockey 105 Varsity Softball 105 Varsity Soccer 105 Science Club 10 Sherman, Elaine-Student Council 10,115 Guidance Aide 125 Gradu- ation Usherette5 Class Treasurer 105 Junior Class Talent 115 Drama 10 Sherman, Joan-C.B.E., Vice-Presi- dent5 Concert Chorus 10,115 Mes- siah5 1.C.C. Sherman, Lorraine-Student Council 125 Guidance Aide 125 Senior Float Committee 125 Junior Class Talent Show5 Hi-Jinx 125 Drama 105 Powder Puff Game 12 Shestack, Jerrold- Swim Sickler, James-Football 10,11,125 Swimming 105 Drakes 10,11,12, Vice-President 125 H.R. Vice- President 105 Sirena Sweetheart 125 Letterman's Club 12 Siegel, Barry-Student Council Rep- resentative5 Honor Society5 Wheel Club Siegel, Robert-National Honor So- ciety5 Beta5 State Champion Inter- scholastic Chess Tea Siegel, Roy-Member of N.M.S.H. Scholastic Chess Team which won first place in interscholarship Silver, Donald- Silverthorne, Andrea K.-Transfer5 Leaders Corps 10,115 Volleyball 105 Basketball 105 German Club 115 French Club 115 Science Club 10 Simowitz, Ira-Science Club Sims, Ray-Junior Optimist 10,11,12, President 125 Class of '61 Rep- resentative 10,11,125 Foreign Ex- change Nominee 11 Singer, Ellen-Girl's Volleyball Team5 Girl's Basketball Team5 Tumbling Team Sironi, David-National Honor So- ciety5 Beta Club5 President of Science Club5 Boys State5 Senior Homeroom Representative Shawver, Sue- Sloan, Robert E.-Concert Band 11, 12 Smira, Rawley-Swimming Team Smithj Barbara Lee-Guidance Aide 105 Concert Choir 115 Messiah 115 Girls Chorus 105 Civinette 11,125 Sweetheart 125 C.B.E. 125 Senior Class Representative Altemate5 Homeroom Secretary 11 Smith, Bonnie Starr-Concert Band 10,11,125 Marching Band 10,115 Sorrota 11,125 Homeroom Presi- dent 10 Smith, Dorothy E.-C.B.E. Smith, Judith-D.C.T., 12, President5 1.C.C, Representative 12 Smith, Kenneth H.- Smith, Ruth Gwen-Tri-Hi-Y5 Con- cert Clioir 11,125 Senior Home- room Representative5 Student Council Representative 10,115 Homeroom Vice-President 115 Cho- rus 10 Smyth, Patricia-Future Nurses 10, 11,12 Solomon, Arlene- Solomon, Sandra-Sorrota5 F.T.A.5 Guidance Aide Sorenson, Richard-Track 10,11,12 Southard, Lawrence- Southard, Nelson E.-XVheel Club 10, 11,125 President5 Library 105 Slide Rule Club 10 Spagnolo, Gloria- Spencer, Donna-Student Council Stahl, Roy A.-Boy's Chorus 105 Con- cert Choir 115 J.V. Football 105 Key 105 Hi-Y 11 Staley, Melissa-Swimming Team, Sirena5 N.F.L.A.5 Debating Team5 Thespians5 Drama Troupe5 Spanish Club Stankus, Stanley- Stanley, Jacquelyn-Girl's Choir5 Re- served Choir 115 G.A.A. 10 Starks, Jerry-Marching Band 10,11, 125 Orchestra 11,12 Steber, Virginia-Girl's Chorus 10,11, 125 Junior Red Cross Representa- tive 12 Stein, Eleanor-Student Council Al- temate5 Senior Float Committee 125 Tennis Team 10,11,12 Steiner, Esta-Honorary Thespian5 Student Council Representative5 Red Cross Representative 10,115 Chorus 10,11 Stenmark, Sigvard K.-Track Team 11,12 Stewart, James- Stirman, Corabel-Concert Choir 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y 11,125 Bible Club 105 Pionaires 125 Sr. Class Alt. Stone, Barbara Ann-Girls Chorus 115 Concert Choir 12 Stoop, Linda-Honor Garde 11,12, Trainee Capt. 10, Corp. 125 Beta 10,11,125 Rec. Sec. 125 National Honor Society 11,12, Corr. Sec. 11,125 Senior Class Parliamentari- an5 Girl's State 115 F.B.L.A. 10, Pres. 115 N.M.S.Q.T. Award, N.E. D.T. Awardg Soph Class Rep. Strang, Janet Sue-Student Council 10,125 Red Cross Rep. 10 Stratigos, Bob-Hi-Y 12 Sfraflnan, John-Electronics 10,11,125 Slide Rule Club5 Youth for Christ Stuart, Billie- Suarez, Vivian-Civinettes Sullivan, Floyd- Sutter, James-Marching Band5 Con- cert Band5 N.F.L. Svendsen, Kay-Orchestra5 Girl's Cho- ms SWODG, Judith-Chorus 105 Guidance Aid 105 Red Cross 125 D.C.T. 301 --HI W-W - -2- W .-....-..--.--.-..--J..-ta. -Q.-..f..,aa,n,aaf3a,.g.,,,-.,, . .,..,. ,, 4 Tamargo, Irene-Pioneer Staff5 Home- room Chairman, G.A.A.5 Chorus5 Student Council Tartaglia, Adele-F.N.A. Tri-Hi-Y5 Jr. Red Crossg Student Council Tassone, Vicki-Concert Choir 10,11, 125 jr. Red Cross5 Student Coun- cil, Guidance Aid, Homeroom Pres- ident 10 Terreros, Cayetaro-Sr. Class Rep. Student Council Rep. jr. Red Cross Rep. Thomas, Bobbie-U.B.E.A. Award, Ir. Red Cross 11,12 Thomas, Linda Lou-Drama 105 Sor- rota 12 Thomas, Philip-Golf Team 10,11,125 F.B.L.A. Key Club, Swim Team 105 Student Council Rep. 11 Thomas, Tommy-Football 10,11,125 Baseball 10,11,125 Letterman's Club 11,125 Key Club 11,125 Red Cross Treasurer 115 Guidance Aid 10, 11,12 Thompson, Judy-Band Sec.5 Volley- ball 10,115 Basketball 10 Thomson, Roseann-Student Council5 Homeroom Representative5 Red Cross Rep Timmerman, Carolyn-Tri-Hi-Y5 Soft- ball Team 10 Tindall, Adeana-Tri-Hi-Y Tompkins, W. H.- Tomsick, Louis- Torchia, Tony-Baseball 10,11,125 Bas ketball 105 Sr. Class Rep. Baseball All-City 11 Torontali, Maria-Tri-Hi-Y5 Recording Secretary 125 Ir. Red Cross Rep. 12 Tracy, Woodrow-Guidance Aid 105 Drama 10,11,125 Thespian5 N.F.L. 12 Traband, Marcia-Student Council 10, 11,125 Corresponding Sec. 125 Ma- jorettes 10,11,125 Y-Teens 11,125 Treasurer 125 Sweetheart 125 F.T. A. 10,11,125 Sgt.-at-Arms 115 I.C.C. Rep. 125 Quill and Scroll 11,125 Sec. 125 Conestoga 11,125 Ass't. Editor 125 Red Cross Rep. 11,125 jr. Class Play and Talent Show Trathen, David-Hi-Y5 Wheel Club Travis, Gail-Drama5 Curriculum As- sistant Trick, Beverly-Civinettes 11,125 His- torian 125 Y-Teens 11,125 F.T.A. 125 Sr. Class Hist. Comm. 125 Float Committee 11,12 Trotta, Ann- Tyler, Linda-Sorrota 10,11,125 Sweet- heart 125 Student Council 105 Home room Treasurer 10 Ulrich, Roberta-Fla. Library Council 11 Upshaw, Rosanne-Civinettes 10,11, 125 President 125 F.T.A. 11,125 Sec. 125 Conestoga Staff 115 I.C.C. 11,125 Sr. Class Rep. 12, Mes- siah 11,125 Chorus 105 Homeroom Pres. 10 Usinger, Sharon-Honoria 11,125 F. T.A. 10,11,125 Treasurer 125 Thes- pians 10,11,125 Guidance Aid 10, 12 Vance, Richard-jr. Civitan 12 VanDeGriek, Robert- Vaughters, Betty-Bible Club 105 Youth for Christ 125 Curriculum Office Worker 11,12 Veit, Vivian-Sorrota 125 Homeroom Alt. 11 Vickers, Barbara-Tri-Hi-Y 125 N.F.L. 10,11,125 Youth for Christ 125 Bible Club 10,115 Homeroom Rep. 10,11,12 Vinette Carol- Vogt, Dave-Hi-Y Voluck, Jeff-Jr. Exchange 125 Sec. 125 Sr. Class Rep. Science Club 105 Rifle Club 115 Guidance Aid 11 Wachtei, - Roberta-Homeroom Pres. 105 Homeroom Rep. 10 Wagner, Susan-Ir. Class I.C.C. Rep- resentative5 Jr. Red Cross Repre- sentative 10,125 Spanish Club Walker, Sandra-Civinettes 11,125 Y- Teens 11,125 Girl's Chorus 105 Guidance Aid 125 Jr. Red Cross 12 Walker, WVayne- Walsh, Marrilee-Honoria 10,11,125 Chaplain 125 Thespians 10,11,125 Librarian 125 Sr. Class Treasurer5 Student Council Rep. 10,115 Done Most for North Miami Wand, Joseph-jr. Exchange Ware, Pat-Dean's Office 105 Anchor 115 C.B.E. Washburn, Connie-Sub-Debs 125 Var sity Cheerleader 125 Basketball Co- Captain 125 Concert Choir 10,11,125 Ir. Class Representative5 Student Council Representative 11 Waxman, Carol-National Honor So- ciety5 Treasurer, Beta5 I.C.C. Alt. Honoria 125 N.E.D.T. Certificate .of Merit Jr. Class Representative5 Guidance Aid 10,11 Wechsler, Howard-Jr. Exchange 12 Weichbrodt, Leroy-Football 12 Treas Weigle, Richard-F.F.A. 10,11,125 Treasurer 115 Football 10 Weinstein, Barbara-Swimming Tcam5 Sirena Weinstock, Mike-National Merit Semi- finalist Weir, Thomas-Track 105 Hi-Y 12 Weisbaum, Carol-Student Council 10, 115 Guidance Aid 125 Sub-Debs 11,125 Pioneer Rep. 10 Weisman, Jackie-Science Club Weiss, Richard- Weiss, Wendy-Marching Band 105 Concert Band 10,115 Student Coun- cil 10,11,125 Guidance Aid 115 Ir. Red Cross Rep. 10 Weithom, Vicki-Sub-Debs 10,11,125 Sweetheart 125 Parliamentarian 125 Graduation Herald 11, Homecom- ing Court 125 Maiorettes 125 Senior Class Corresponding Secretary5 F. T.A. 10,11,125 Thespians 10,11,125 Student Council 12 Weitzell, Gail-Girlis Chorus 10,11, 125 Concert Choir 125 Sophomore Class Representativeg Tri-M 125 Spanish Club 125 Student Coun- cil 11,125 Civinettes 12 Welch, Bryant-Hi-Y 12 Werkman, Patricia-Gymnastic Team Mascot 115 Gymnastic Team Man- ager 125 Tri-G 12 Wemer, Bernita-Concert Choir 125 Y-Teens 125 Pioneer Representative 105 Reserved Choir 11 Wemer, Ronnie-Wheel Club5 Thes- pians5 N.F.L. Student Council 11 Wexiler, Marshall-Guidance Aid 10, 1 , 12 Wheatley, Terry-Football 105 Ir. Red Cross Rep. 115 German Club 125 Gymnastic Team 115 HOmC1'00m Vice President Whipple, Ben- Whitney, Robert-Track Team Wickenhauser, Judith-F.N.A. 11,125 President 125 Y-Teens 11,125 Sgt.- at-Arrns 125 Chorus 125 Senior Class Float Committee Widdekind, Cassandra-Y-Teens 11, 125 Corresponding Secretary 12 Wierstack, Kathy-Tri-Hi-Y 11,125 Parliamentarian 12 Wilensky, Raymond-Science Club 12 Wilkinson, Linda-Tri-Hi-Y5 Volley- ball 1'l,11,l25 Softball 10,115 Bas- ketball 115 Archery 105 Gymnastic Team 10 VVilkinson, Rick-Football 10,11,125 Track 11,125 Hi-Y 11, 125 P.A. Engineer 10,11,125 Letterman's Club 12 Wills, Bruce- Williams, Delores-Tri-Hi-Y 125 Red Cross Rep. 105 Senior Float Comm. Parli Williams, Diana-Student Council 115 German Club 125 Science Club 10,125 Ir. Class Representative5 Band 105 Orchestra 10' Williams, Roberta-Ir. Class Treasurer5 Sub-Debs5 Homecoming Court 125 Graduation Herald 115 Miss Cone- stoga Court 115 Majorette Captain and Choreographer 12 Winston, Ioy-I.V. Cheerleader 105 Honoria 11,125 Corresponding Sec. 125 Pioneer Staff 125 Sr. Class Represent:-1tive5 Graduation Usher- ette 115 Student Council 105 Gui- dance Aid 10 Wise, Arthur- Witmer, Pat-Sorrota 11,12, Parlia- mentarian 125 Honor Garde 10,11, 125 Sergeant 125 Drummer 125 Allie Youth 125 Corr. Sec. 125 Guidance 12: I.C.C. Alt. 12 Witt, Iudith-Honoria 11,125 Rec. Sec. 125 Honor Garde 10,11,125 Lieu- tenant 125 Sweetheart 125 Student Council Rep. 10,11,125 Guidance Aid 12 Wix, Paul- Wood, Leslie-Vocal Ensemble 115 Concert Choir 125 Civinettes 125 Student Council Alt. 11,125 Home- room Sec. 10 Wyckoff, John- Yarno, Donna-D.C.T. 125 Guidance Aid 105 Library Worker 10 Yocum, Donna- Young, Bill- Young, Fran-Girl,s Chorus5 Tri-Hi-Y Young, Linda-Tri-Hi-Y Zara, joel- 1 5 Zimmerman, Ray-Concert Bandg Mar- ching Band Zeidner, Sharon-Red Cross Rep. 11 125 Main Office Ass't. 115 C.B.E. Chorus, Volleyball Team Ziemer, George- Zwolinski, Paul-National Honor So- ciety5 Beta5 Spanish Club5 President Senior Class Representative Zwolinski, Peter-Jr. Optimist 105 Hi-Y 125 Student Council Rep. 115 Red Cross Rep. 105 Homeroom Treasurer 12 Y .--, 0 AUT0GRAPHs M1 dgiiijzfy U W'w3.f'g3w'jQJ VJWWWWWXJ M W W gigxa WW ix 5363323 fffwjfw W MW W f xiii k mwwvww gi A is je jf, XMW 40,0.M'fM UW fww' Z, Y3MW'UQsU' . 62221, Wjyfih qiigifflffyf MM Qibgffgji Qf3 i3f25 M, M9 X .Q Mi V 7WjW,mfLM1fV- is iii 82151 WMM JM. jf5,,,7,Lwf4f0A MWWWW Q H Q M W M MM 4 MMfWW'W jQXflZfj M WW W MMM WW M ZW 'W M' " . ,ww 4 , ,J , . MJg .., , Q,. . 1 5 5 w i Without the active participation, support, and cooperation of those friends and neighbors who follow in this book, our Conestoga would never have been possible. Whether our fondest memories are of a football game, the big prom, a favorite teacher, or our ser- vice club, none would have been recorded to enjoy year after year . . . long after others have taken our places, without the friendly aid of the mer- chants and businessmen who have lent their sup- port to make such a recording possible. Long after these memories have become dim, long after the moments are over, these fine neigh- bors go on serving by retaining in printed form these cherished memories . . . and by serving our community with pride. As We take our place in adult society, let us not forget these friends who have helped us keep these . . . moments to remember. ADVERTISIN in-:ot wioheo for cc wonderful suture! rr's vouns wl1'H Svufhefn "' r ' '"9'lf'P'i!m25I'E1il.klibv':Z"5ffZZl2'l" 1:21-'mii".s....,1f" zx1ASz:J,gei"5L '.u.' Q L.". AFTER THE BIG EVENT BECOMES A FOND FLEETING MEMORY...7 YOU with student-days behind you, will be seeking a place in the sun to put what you have learned into practice. Reddy Kilowatt suggests you look around Florida Q where there is.an ever growing need for well trained action-minded young people. Florida not only has set the pace for growing business and industry, but holds one of the brightest futures in the nation for young people with talent and ambition. fs., QQ Q Vnonnm Powin s. nom CDMPANY Helping Build Florida . - 'YZ!'!"1'f"F'T2'Z'P'I'95iT"71' 'Il 1 '-' 1. .l .U FLEA' F' 4...xin1'iR"IxP"I'.,.fivu:.z -.- 3'-'QQEEIMPTL,Ar-2'1l51L!5i1Q7t21:g.x,,,p-5,1,.eif Wet. ,,.5.,Jg,3,,2l3W A, WY Ln - ,V Our Sincere Congratulations to Every Graduate of NORTH MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL That the years ahead may be as happy, care- free and rewarding as those just past . . . is our wish for you. And, we take this opportunity to express our pride and gratitude that Tooley Myron Studio was chosen by North Miami High School. ,W-""' ..., If ,,,,.,..0-yr The Negatives of All the Portraits That Appear in This Annual Are on File and Duplicates May Be Ordered at ANY TIME . . . 'f MUN! MIAMI 12989 West Dixie Highway 37 N.E. 'Ist Avenue Northside Shopping Center HOLLYWOOD 2814 Hollywood Blvd. WHEEL CLUB OFFICERS AND Club Motto-"Don't Ya See!!" MEMBERS Club Song-Four Prominent So and So's CHARLIE SINGE - President RICHARD GORDON - Vice President ROMOLO RAFFO - Minority Party Boss ALAN PEIKEN - Recording Secretary ALAN LEVIN - Neutralist Party Boss NELSON SOUTHAND - Maioriiy Party Boss DONALD ALBURY - Minority Party Whip DALE GUSTIN - Chaplain MEMBERS RONALD "Groucho" Crivoro RONALD "Harpo" PELECKI ALLEN "Chico" INGLEMA THOMAS "Zeppo" KAYLOR THOMAS "Gummo" KARRRRAS RUBEN "Punchy" HOLSCHAVER JAMES "Phantom" CHAPLIN DONALD "L.M.O.W.C." PERLIN CHARLES "Floor Leader" GRAFFAM MORTON "No Sign" BLAU KENNETH "The Enforcer" HELLER FRANK "Coach" EPSTEIN MIKE "Most InteIIecTuaI7PPP" GAFFIN KEITH "PNP" HUTCHINSON NORTH MIAMI'S WHEEL CLUB THE PIONEERS SALUTES '::z'r'1 . imirvrfw-mx-.rwn -f ..1.L.-wS'ulh:.wa9rwaAQr1zsnu:.1'a F- A:,.:.,1,,,, 1' ' 1 -..,9zSf,,', Aw ALL.. .,....m...-.,,-....E -W ,Mine , Y. Y , WY 4,, . .-, Y, . ... .. , 'H 'F ""i'w"'M"'x ' 'W " ' A L ' 'C' M 1 E. C. HARNER REAL ESTATE 615 N.E. 125th Street PL 9-5991 PL 8-0493 OO LUCK PIO EERS P LQHO Compliments of BABEL 8. RIMES INSURANCE CO. T '-v'- . BEST OF LUCK 1 E-f L ' 'k K" A A 37f 1 Compliments of V T BUDDY LANSKY STEAK KING L ,O kg, West Dixie Highway North Miami, Fla. L QSQVQS9 ' N DQ 85 Sw! DOG "N" suns o x X BROLLED BURGERS 6 QBEmoUS CoNY DOGS . 1 Q35 K SCHOOL SPECIALS ' O XSXJ 5 WL AT NOON AND AFTER GAMES I L 14230 w. Dixie FLORIDA ELAIR FASHIONS BEST OF LUCK EXODUS A.Z.A. Compliments of BEN GRABER Q: 4f:,.esa.'1a,N..l.ev:1 245gg,:.:,:g.,4 -'ff uu4'ff,e-H-1.3-,axziql -L .- .-fggiyyzgff .rw-1 .af 7 me--R .r A " 1 ,QL JOHN'S GULF SERVICE 12500 N.W. 7th Avenue North Miclmi, Florida ZODIAC A.Z.A. DEPENDABLE SERVICE Salutes the NORTH MIAMI PIONEERS Compliments of WEE MODERN TEEN SHOP 661 N.E. 125th Street time southvs Largest and Fine Sf SHOPPING CENTER O ' ' o 0 o o 0 ' 70 FAMOUS STORES INCLUDING THREE MAJOR DEPARTMENT STORES 0 BURDINE'S 0 RICHARDS 0 PENNEY'S See the South's o - Lorgest and Finest 2 5 Shopping Center " 5 M sur-umm an-in G X FAHKWAI Av. sumuv asLEs I' 153 d ST CAUSKWAY M w V' A fw a 9 ' 5 f n 4 w 1 ' 1 Bt. cwsewn ,,, FREE PARKING FOR I4,000 CARS DAILY . f7'lQ3'YV!!HZfi""-F172'FIf ' v' 1. v A' r -1 - Ln 116137 'iw dwasszf WXTFTQ L' -a GET THE BEST! SEALTEST FOODS Division of NATIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS Compliments of NORMAN BABEL MORTGAGE COMPANY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS Plaza Bldg., 245 S. E. 'Ist Street FR 9-0667 Compliments of DAVID CAMERUCCI 891 N.E. 125th Street North Miami, Florida FUTURE NURSES SALUTE THE PIONEERS DO as thousands do... SAY as thousands say Chase I rmy money WS.. FEDERAL al E FEDERAL Complimenfs of TH E PION EERS 'PHT' :' ' N..-..i.,, . I 5 i 1,1 IISIIIIIJ ' ' X1 1 : Q per year Q current dividend . SHE AN AVE c oR'r BE CH I vs STREET ea d STRE T su FS, s OP NG c NTER 9 7 HA ING AVE COLN R0 D OR FIRST STR N 100 L OX 425 at RID o s v UE MIAMI I 71 L , ,ge . 4 I - - ' Av 2--AJ ' ,f ,AA " 044, 6 gcc! 670.4111 491 gud" f f fi K fd,-1,494-"ZZ ,44Iff' Ldflf . BEST OF LUCK TO THE PIONEERS "JCCI A'-1 Qi-f.,f,,f1,.,.,,fyA,!!'1J. I From the 7f'VL'4f"f""-J EXECUTIVE APARTMENTS Compliments of BEST WISHES FROM MR AND MRS- REINEKE JUNIOR EXCHANGE CLUB AND FAMILY Compliments of MR AND MRS. GLASSER AND FAMILY KEYS PRINTING CC. Yearbook Division FREDRIC BASNETT .......... .......... S ponsor MARGARET GATTO BARRY CROWN ..... DALE GUSTIN ,.... JEFF VOLUK ..... Sweetheart . . . . . President . . . Vice-President . . . . . Secretary MIKE LIEBERMAN ............. ..... T reasure-r MEMBERS Dave Weinstein Gary Lawn Ed Donnerstein Compliments of AL SMIKS Barry Lynn Scott Cowan Howard Wechsler Mark Goldberg Harvey Sher Donald Gatto Stan Shapiro Ronald Herbert Robert Fingerhut .Ioe Wand Arnold Klein Michael Solomon Richard Koenig Sheldon Lowe Herb Festoff rivlwv-rr-'vtf'!!rImvuuwfr-uv-ww mr v v--. :..f-nmrrsnuumvvnrvrrme mvff-4 f3P yvW1WV M M KW' if W W .,.,. ,, L-m,,.,L-,........-.,......,m,.1,--g-1 ,,:,:.1,..i:r:E1:!!.4z11!':r.:J.:3l:3rLf iw if 6 if ff f XF 1 MMM J! wwf FM W nf' Vfw WMU WG!! Ul65Wyf1KGp'VyjP'y9'xM ,vf' Nf. QV dark., 2:53 WQMJQY Mig LIMENTS f f 3 qw HWWM W w ,, Q MW oF A AAU' ' Q mfwfgjfgff fAg . MMM vi 1l --ix '1 ' f - N .V -we-,Q 4 M w wH'dPPF4W4MkTfYSmEw,NiJHfVkEWvpw 9i '-1: f JJ'-I.-' -K. E., Si ' I SE , Q DEIIQSEEENE Q OF Q iggf J Complimenfs of ALL PETS BEAUTY SALON 13213 W. Dixie Highway Compliments of ENDURANCE FLOOR AND TILE CO. BEST or LUCK HALS DELICACY SHOP BEST SERVICE - BEST QUALITY 13900 N.W. 7th Avenue Complimenfs of NORMANDY LAUNDERETTE Complimenis of FLAMINGO LAWN AND GARDEN Complimenfs of HANDICRAFT SUPPLY Compliments of LAND TITLE COMPANY . 1C"T2Pr,QTml:'rr'i7:r,-fm,,...am I I -'vaxiwn-xvimmtsarrv-Q-if-1:'f "v -1--'w A- - v YOUR SCHOOL TOWELS Phone WI 5-1131 BY MIAMI ORIGINALS, INC. FAMILY DRUGS Famous for Prescriptions JAY JACOBS, Ph.G. ARCH CREEK LUMBER COMPANY 15255 W. Dixie Highway 18100 N.E. 19th Avenue North Miami Beach, Florida North Miami Beach BEST OF LUCK STATE FARM INSURANCE SAv'oN AUTO SUPPLY 753 N.E. 167111 sneer 12508 N.E. 6th Avenue C I' f f North Miami, Florida amp 'mens 0 DELTA LAMBDA PHI ENJOY THE FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AT THE PINERAMA BOWL ' ' id" " "'lF'1-3"fSX!F3"9'V1nIEQQ"FE'-i!H"'i5E'i"3Bi'T" ' "" " "' ' ' -1 , ,LW!lHWilis4.s:..eR -. A 9-. A Q 1: ,' ,.'zL!4iA.l A , ,,. we - RYDER SYSTEM, INC. TRUCK AND OTHER EQUIPMENT LEASING oo - oo - PIONEERS Major EcI Vischi, City of North Miami DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY 901 N.E. 125th Street RALPH HOLLANDER Nenh Miami PLazo 1 -8 Compliments of IRENE ROSE DECORATORS Compliments of ALPHA LAMBDA PHI Compliments of BARBARA KATZ 570 N.E. 180th Drive WI 7-4032 Compliments of NORTH MIAMI PUBLIC LIBRARY Compliments of SOUND BOX, INC. 1930 N.E. I63rd Street Compliments of MARTY'S RESTAURANT Compliments of TOPP'S MENSWEAR Compliments of CARVEL ICE CREAM 25 N.E. Ist Avenue IOI9 N.w. 3rd Avenue 13105 W- Dixie HIQHWGY vvuw':1v.2m5',mrm'1:as.e,een eee.1qg:2w.eA. A Abadi B., 219 Abadi J., 219 Abdott, L, 248 Abdella E., 200 Abdella M., 156,219 Abecasis L, 200 Abele I., 160,161,219 Abott S., 248 Abrahams R., 181,219 Accomero P., 219 Aciego Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams D., B., C., D., G., K, 94,95,200 248 103,200 248 124,248 102,219 Adamson C., 102,219 Addonizio F., 219 Adelson P, 103,121,132,2l9 Adler B., 193 Adler S., 133,200 Agudo C., 135,219 Ahearn K., 200 Ahearn P., 97,219 Aiello I., 248 Aiken S., 219 Alameda D., 219 Albert D., 105,200 Albury C., 248 Albury D., 248 Albury S., 200 Aldrich J., 219 Alexander G., 187 Alexander H., 114,219 Alexander Mr., 25,38 Alexander W., 200 Alcorn J., 219 Alfano I., 248 Allen D., 146,187 Allen C., 248 Allen L., 156,200 Allen Mrs., 46 Allen R., 188,248 Allen S., 219 Allen S., 100 Allman A., 248 Allred C., 248 Allred D., 103,219 Allred E., 108,109,219 Alonge M., 103,219 Alper J., 91 Alpert C., 124 Altenbaugh C., 135 Altenbaugh C., 219 Altman S., 200 Amato I., 200 Amatrudi A., 219 Amelio P., 219 Amer I., 248,156 Ames L., 156,248,106,116 Ammerman L., 181,219 Amos A., 200 Andel D., 96,122,219 Ander B., 219 Anderson I., 104,200 Anderson I., 177,200 Anderson P., 91,219 Angelo R., 219 Angus B., 219 Annecharica M., 200 Annecharico L., 219 Anselmi D., 219 Applegate J., 200 Appleton D., 103,105,248 Appleton I., 200 Arzlk M., 248 318 I DEX Argento R., 131,219 Amett M., 200 Armetta E., 200 Aronald R., 248 Aronson D., 219 Aronson R., 219 Arshbruck T., 200 Asch R., 200 Aschenbrenner R., 200 Aschman G., 200 Ashby I., 102,219 Ashby R., 220 Askren C., 220 Asmus D., 220 Aspinall Mrs., 30 Astling I., 164,220 Athy B., 129,248 Atkin D., 124,131,248 Atkins M., 7,123,248 Atwood C., 131,200 Atwood Mrs., 34 Auer Mr., 44,181 August L, 91,248 Avins L, 200 Axt J., 130 Babbitt C., 220 Babbitt S., 220 Babischkin S., 249 Bach S., 200 Bachino R. ,200 Bachmann R., 200 Bacon A., 200 Baer S., 121,220 Bagley D., 105 Bagley L, 200 Bagley R., 102,220 Bai ey J., 114,200 Bailey W., 184,200 Baker D., 249 Baker D., 249 Baker J., 94,146,249 Baker M., 200 Baker N., 200 Baker P, 220 Baker P ,220 Baker P, 220 Baker T., 220 Bakinowski R., 249 Balasky C., 249 Baldwin C., 200 Baldwin N., 200 Baldwin R., 200 Bangs T., 94,220 Banks A., 249 Banks I., 220 Bannack C., 154,249 Barber D., 220 Barber M., 100,148,149,160,161,249 Barber R., 249 Bared S., 177 Bared T., 216 Barghart F., 220 Barginer W., 220 Barish K., 120,220 Barkstrom I., 220 Barnard C., 200 Barnes C., 200 Barnes M., 220 Bames M., 105,220 Bames P., 200 Barnes S., 200 Barnes V., 216 Bamett M., 200 Barnhart I., 200 Baron L., 249 Barr H., 249 Barragan B., 220 Barrett C., 200 Barrett S., 249 Barrieault P., 91,249 Barry Miss, 32 Bartholmew A., 249 Bartlett R., 200 Bartlett T., 220 Bartoli R., 220 Barton C., 146,190,249 Barton S., 220 Bascer J., 147 Baskin K., 249 Basnett Mr. 39 Bates I., 156,250 Bates W., 220 Battaglia A., 250 Baumwald I., 200 Bauer W., 94,95,220 Baxter L., 250 Baxter M., 200 Beals H., 164,220 Beals Mrs., 34,131 Beatty A., 220 Beaulieu D., 200 Beck C., 220 Beck M., 200 Bednar I., 128,250 Beeman P., 131,220 Beeman T.. 153 Beiinky 1-1., 151,200 Bell I., 201 Bell R., 201 Bellack B., 97,99 Bellack D., 201 Bellawme C., 220 Bellacome C., 201 Belloise I., 201 Belmont C., 220 Belsky M., 221 Bender I., 144 Bennett C., 104,216 Bennett C., 201 Bennett C., 160,161,201 Bennett J., 91,160,201 Bennett M., 201 Bennington D., 201 Bensihon D., 250 Benson C., 221 Benson D., 201 Bentley D., 201 Berdeaux W., 250 Berezdivin R., 221 Berg M., 133,187,201 Berg P, 221 Berger L., 250 Bergert B., 201 Bergman A., 221 Bergman R., 221 Beringhaus R., 221 Berlinghoff I., 201 Berman D., 187 Berman M., 131,181,201 Berman N., 201 Berman R., 221 Berman S., 250 Berman S., 201 Bernath E., 221 Bemberg I., 221 Bernstein S., 96,97,99,177,201 Berrong Mr. 40 Bertok Mr., 30,117 Beskind I., 117,131,153,221 Beutel R., 96,99,122,2.21 Bevan T., 201 BeVans C., 221 Beydek B., 103,104,250 Bezuch R., 250 Biber R., 250 Bibleheimer T., 201 Bickford B., 185,201 Bickel M., 201 Bieler L., 128,250 Biggs P., 201 Biller S., 221 Billingsley W., 250 Binke M., 250 Biondi J., 221 Bisbano A., 221 Blackstock I., 184,221 Blake J., 250 Blakemore I., 221 Blanco I., 124 Blankenship R., 103,176,179,250 Blankshein S., 221 Blasser T., 201 Blau M., 94,117,118,122,250 Bleaker P., 201 Bleavis R., 131 Bliss H., 221 Bloch I., 221 Block I., 190 Bloch K., 221 Blonder S., 221 Bloom L., 221 Bloom R., 221 Blotcher Mr.. 41 Blouse L., 221 Blovin A., 250 Blumenthal F ., 221 Bockhold L., 100,221 Boen B., 102,122,250 Bogart C., 156 Bogart G., 104,132,201 Bogart Mr., 44,164,168 Bogart R., 105,187,201 Boggs C., 201 Boggs S., 250 Bogusky B., 201 Bollinger W., 251 Bond J., 201 Bone Mrs., 44 Boney L., 251 Bongiovi L., 251 Bookhultz J., 122,201 Booth M., 221 Bordeaux, R., 94,95,103,221 Bordeaux W., 105,251 Bordon H., 96,221 Borocl L., 201 Boros P., 251 Borrero D., 135,251 Boryk E., 104,122,156,201 Bosley J., 221 Bossee R., 221 Boucher W., 251 Boudrot R., 201 Bouligny L., 221 Bova M., 221 Bowman Mrs., 33,135 Bowman P., 135,251 Boyarsky Miss, 39 Boyd H., 221 Boykan P., 201 Boza M., 91,216 Bradd Mrs. 44 Bradford I., 222 Bradley C., 201 Bradley E., 201 Bradley S., 156 Brady Mr., 43,176 Brady S., 104,201 Brahanan Mrsa 41 ..wfBmunv-xmsxx.-uf.-vi.nsfun -n -'As-15.141-v---w-v-1.sau:1:-.nfs '-'nm I DEX Brajdic F., 187 Brakehall W., 133,201 Braksve S., 124,251 Branam T., 251 Branch B., 251 Brand E., 201 Brandsma VV., 222 Brannan Mrs., 40 Braveman M., 104,251 Bravo A., 251 Bravo C., 135,251 Brenan J., 94,595,201 Brennan W., 122,251 Brenner C., 251 Breslow H., 201 Breton E., 102,113,154,222 Breton E., 103,112,222 Brickman B., 100,118,149,251 Bridges V., 201 Briggs R., 222 Broach B., 222 Broaddus P., 222 Broaddus S., 251 Broe K., 51,112,113,218,222 Broeman C., 164,251 Brogren I., 133,222 Bronstein F., 251 Brooks B., 94,99,102,252 Brooks S., 201 Brooks W., 216 Brown A., 201 Brown D., 190 Brown D., 201 Brown F., 135,252 Brown I., 252 Brown I., 142,222 Brown L., 201 Brown L., 156,252 Brown M., 252 Brown Mrs., 29,148 Brown N., 252 Brown N., 222 Brown P., 222 Brown R., 222 Brown R., 216 Brown S., 201 Brown S., 104,252 Brown V., 252 Brownfield P., 201 Bruce H., 252 Bruffett B., 222 Brummett S., 104,222 Bruno I., 252 Bruno M., 222 Bruno T., 201 Brunton D., 99 Brusyo I., Bryan N., 252 201 Bryant R., 104,187,201 Byrd R., 130,222 Byrd R., 130,222 Bryne J., 252 Bryson M., 1o3,1s4,136,14s,1e4,252 Bucco L., 201 Bucher Mrs., 30 Buckley E., 201 Buever P., 222 Bull M., 108,109,222 Bullington Mr., 29,114 Bultman Mrs., 31 Buman K., 201 Burbidge P., 252 Burgamy R., 222 Burgess Mr., 44 Burrows I., 201 Burst C., 201 Burwell C., 222 Bush D., 222 s-fvuluzlv-wv.n-ss-f'asauu-m.us-swim-w-nk as -14 -1. 4 -3: Bushkin F., 222 Bushman R., 201 Bussey J., 91,107,116,146,147,252 Buzard K., 131,201 C Cabassa V., 252 Cable J., 184 Cabrera M., 104,201 Cadelo L., 252 Cady K., 201 Cafeteria Staff, 47 Cahill D., 222 Cahoon B., 96,131 Cain C., 252 Cain F., 252 Calbert S., 202 Caldwell Miss, 114 Callison S., 222 Caminiti R., 252 Campbell C., 87 Campbell Mrs., 31 Campbell W., 201 Campnell I., 252 Canale I., 252 Cann H., 222 Caparoso C., 202 Cappuccio I., 222 Caprio P., 104,140,141,176,179,253 Caputo R., 222 Carbellano T., 222 Carbone C., 108,109,253 Carlin K., 202 Carlough I., 253 Carlson G., 253 Carlton M., 253 Carlton S., 222 Carlton S., 202 Caron K., 222 Carpinelli C., 181,202 Carps C., 202 Carr B., 253 Carr L., 202 Carr B., 222 Carrel K., 102,118,122,253 Carrillo C., 202 Carrillo S., 107,253 Carson F., 202 Carson V., 223 Carter C., 134,136,141,181,183,253 Carter P., 111,132,253 Cartwright I., 223 Cartwright L., 223 Casale V., 223 Casbarro L., 202 Casco J., 216 Case R., 253 Casey P., 202 Cashon S., 202 Cassal V., 193 Cassano F., 223 Casso P., 223 Castell C., 193,223 Castle C., 102,105,253 Castro J., 135,223 Cawthorne D., 223 Ceshon S., 91 Cestagali C., 202 Chaffin T., 223 Chaiken P., 202 Chamberlin R., 181,202 Chambers C., 202 Chambers W,. 223 Chandonet F., 71,91,102,105,223 Chaplin J., 59,77,90,80,132,134,158 253 Clark Mr., 44,164 3, ...T 1.1 31, 15, ,pd . Chapman A., 131,253 Chapman D., 223 Charles W., 253 Charleton K., 190,191,253 Chase P., 202 Chaykin N., 202 Cheeley C., 202 Cheney K., 202 Chessler E., 102,105,122,223 Chessler P., 202 Chipman S., 124,202 Chmura J., 128,253 Christensen D., 253 Church V., 202 Church VV., 187,253 Cicio Mr., 44,184 Citron A., 253 Citron J., 223 Clapsaddle V., 103 Clark C., 223 Clark D, 254 Clark J., 108,125,223 Clark K., 216 Clark L, 202 Clarke T., 223 . Claus M., 254 Clements C., 132,223 Clifford M., 254 Clifford S., 137,156,181,182,254 Clifton CC., 106,114,1l6,117,118, 156,157,254 Clifton CR., 107,254 Cline D., 104,132,223 Cline D., 202 Cline I., 202 Cline R., 187 Cline S., 202 Clinger R., 202 Clough, J., 223 Cluett M., 223 Cobin A., 202 Coburn L., 202 Cochran S., 223 Codianne E., 223 Cohen B., 223 Cohen R., 254 Cohen S., 254 Cohen T., 103,254 Cohn P., 103,254 Coker N., 223 Cole C., 176,177,179,190,191,223 Cole D., 223 Cole J., 181,202 Coleman B., 223 Coleman C., 104,124 Coleman M., 254 Coleridge C., 103,104,122,254 Collins C., 16,52,53,54,61,87,100, 101,140,154,254 Collins L., 114.202 Collins R., 103,105,118,122,254 Collins S., 91,156,247,254 Coltrane T., 94 Colwell Miss, 29 Comcowich J., 100,254 Concannon A., 202 Condell M., 202 Conn S., 223 Connally T., 202 Connelly I., 254 Conrad D., 91,112,113,134,156,254 Conrad C., 97,187,223 Conrad J., 158 Conrad Mrs., 44,142 Consentino B., 131 Conte P., 132,223 320 I DEX Contrell S., 223 Contreras R., 90,124, 153, 176,180,254 Cook C., 131,202 Cooney S., 202 Cooper F., 97,99,223 Cooper I., 254 Cooper L., 223 Cooper N., 94,122,131,135,255 Corbo A., 218,223 Corden M., 131 Corden R., 202 Corliss I., 164,255 Corn Mr., 41 Cornell B., 224 Cornell Mr. 32,134 Corrado R., 224 Cosentino VV., 255 Cote C., 224 Coulter D., 202 Couert S., 202 Courtney D., 202 Courtney M., 202 Covert S., 181 Cowan A., 255 Cowan J., 224 Cowan S., 131,202 Cox I., 202,91,l60 Cox Mr., 29,123 Cox Mrs., 30 Cox T., 131,202 Cox VV., 255 Craig C., 255 Crane D., 224 Crawford R., 94,97,224 Crawford R., 202 Crawford R., 95,255 Crawford S., 255 Crew Mrs., 33 Crivaro R., 158, 255 Crosson W., 202 Crouse C., 255 Crowell R., 224 Crown B., 90,107,139,255 Cmmp S., 255 Csire P., 202 Cucuel B., 255 Culletto J., 100,125,154,255 Culp S., 202 Cunningham G., 255 Cunningham N., 202 Cunningham P., 176,178,255 Cuppy J., 255 Curcio P., 134 Curran B., 94 Curto B., 255 x Curto K., 104,202 Cushman J., 91,103,105,122,255 Custodial Staff, 47 Cutone A., 224 Cuttino E., 255 D Dabrowski S., 256 Dailey D., 224 Daily v., 104,202 Dallas I., 202 Dallas M., 142,129,256 Dallinger Mrs., 31 Dallinger T., 114,15o,151,193,256 Daly D., 202 Damiano D., 202 Damm T., 202 Danese D., 256 Daniels C., 72,103,224 Daniels L., 256 Danluck T., 192,224 Danovsky I., 224 Danzig R., 224 Darakjy R., 202 Darrow Mr., 39,150 Dashiff S., 177,224 Daugherty A., 224 Daugherty K., 104,202 Daugherty R., 257 Daum K., 128,256 Daut L., 224 David J., 121,142,143,256 Davidson J., 256 Davidson D., 103,122,123,131,224 Davies B., 202 Davies H., 224 Davis B., 224 Davis B., 224,142 Davis C., 224 Davis D., 224 Davis E., 224 Davis I., 202 Davis M., 128,256 Davis M., 202 Davis Mrs., 32,121 Davis R., 224 Dean M., 102,224 Dean R., 114 DeAngeles C., 131 Dearman L., 202 Deason J., 256 DeBernardo E., 203 DeFero C., 203 Del-Teo C., 224 DeFerrari A., 203 DeFrancisco C., 164,224 DeFrauco G., 203 DeCuido A., 203 DeKlavon C., 102,105,122,256 DeLabar Mrs., 44,156 DelBelloe Mr., 44,164,187 Delgado D., 129,224 Delgado G., 256 Delong Mr., 19 DeLuca D., 203 Deluca S., 224 Dejoris T., 203 DeMarco K., 224 Demarest B., 94,95,133,256 DeMattia B., 224 Demko E., 224 DeMayo S., 203 DeMille D., 203 DeMirgan E., 203 DeMirgan S., 122,256 Denning D., 103,118,122,131,154, 155,224 Dentonio D., 224 DePasque P., 256 DeRier D., 143,256 DeRosa M., 192,203 DeSoto T., 97,919,256 Derrer R., 203 Deutsch H., 120,225 Deutsch T., 91,94,95,181,203 DeVivo M., 256 Diadrano S., 203 Diamond B., 203 Diamong S., 256 Diaz C., 225 Diaz R., 225 DiBlasi P., 187,225 CiChara I 225 Dickinson.L., 59,1o8,116,154 245 257 Dickerson B., 86,91,137,256 Dickerson D., 90,153,225 Dickinson D., 131,225 Diebold C., 257 F itzsi .. .-.. fw.v....,fxf,:-.u.w.r3ia..:'wa:-M Diecidue D., 203 Diehl P., 203 Dierks D., 203 Dierks J., 257 DiCiovanni M., 225 Dillinger J., 225 Dillon K., 192,203 Dillon W., 203 DiLoreto D., 225 DiMattio B., 114 Dine S., 103,122,131,156,225 Dinkel D., 225 Dionne D., 203 DiPianta L., 99,203 Ditmars J., 176,257 Dobbins I., 187,203 Dobbs T., 111,146,187,257 N Dodson A., 94,102,225 Doerr D., 225 Doherty A., 203 Dolan I., 203 Doleman R., 225 Do1linger S., 225 Don B., 225 Donahower C., 104 Donahue M., 203 Donahue Mr., 192 Donner M., 203 Donnerstag E., 131,257 Donnerstein E., 121,199,203 Doran Mrs., 34,131 Doriman S., 203 Dorosh D., 94,95,225 Dorrell R., 257 Dorta M., 225 Dorta R., 87,107,151,257 Dottorelli C., 225 Dotterelli D., 129,257 Doughty C., 203 Dowdle s., 52,55,67,87,154,155,158, 159,257 Dowling I., 184,225 Downing- B., 257 Doyle E., 225 Doyle L., 225 Drake I., 105.225 Drake M., 203 Dranikof L., 203 Dresskell V., 203 Dreyfuss K., 203 Druce D., 216 Drumkun P., 187,216 DuBois B., 104,257 Dubois V., 203 DuChateau C., 225 Dumas H., 203 Dunayer C., 57 Du.nayer S., 102,122,123,225 Duncan Mr., 42,164 Dunlap H., 124,144,257 Dunn I., 225 Dunn I., 203 Dunsmore N., 203 DuPuis R., 203 Dushey M., 103,257 Dutton Mr., 38,102,122 Dweck S., 257 Dwyer L., 203 Easton I., 192,257 Eby D., 257 Edell D., 225,164 Edelman E., 257 Edeistein I., 203 Edge Mr., 43,150 . -1 rs sf::a1-fsg 1:1-ri,.l--ba ,K ,qw - "'.' :'.g4.l'.-2. 'JS'-I H Q 'S - I DEX Edney R., 203 Edwards D., 225 Edwards E., 225,108,109,116,123, 218,245 Edwards L, 258 Edwards P., 100,225,125,148,149,160 Egan S., 105 Ehrlich L., 123 Ehrlich M., 225 Ehrlich W., 203 Eichenberger I., 258 Eichenberger I., 122,103,105,124,258 Eisen H., 225 Eisler M., 258 Ekes S., 225 Elias C., 91,149,159,258 Elias S., 187.203 Elizer P., 99,97,225 Ellerin M., 91,203 Elliot TJ., 190,191,258 Ellis P., 97,203 Elmore M., 148,149,226 Emerson M., 203 Emmett R., 258 English R., 226 Epps C., 226 Epstein C., 258 Epstein F., 258 Epstein M., 203 Erdos F., 258 Erickson I., 226 Erickson R., 120,258 Evans S., 258 Evers K., 132,137,151,181,183,258 Evers M., 226 Ewell M., 132,258 F F abrikant M., 258 Fadar B., 135,258 Falk, J., 226 Falkinger I., 184,258 Fallin B., 226 Falmlen M., 258 Farley J., 258 Farmer Mr., 39 Farrar M., 161,259 Farris I., 133 F arro A., 226 Fasse C., 226 Faucher D., 203 Fauntleroy C., 226 Feigelman G., 128 Feiman R., 97,204 Felcher E., 259 Felchman E., 204 Felchman R., 259 Fenberg D., 226 Ferguson I., 226 Ferrara G., 259 Festoff H., 204 Fetcher P., 97,204 Fetterman C., 259 F iegelman T., 259 Fields J., 216 Fields R., 259 Fields S., 181,226 Fieldus C., 140,141,164,166,169,171, 172,173,174,190,191,259 Fine R., 199,204 Fine S., 226 F inia S., 117 Finkel C., 204 Finkelstein S., 204 Finver S., 204 Fischer K., 226 Fishbein E., 259 Fisher C., 102,226 Fisher E., 104 Fisher P., 204 Fisher R., 259 Fisher R., 107,226 Fisher W., 259 ons F. 204 mm , Flader E., 226 Flash C., 104,124,259 Flaum R., 181,204 Flaum T., 226 Fleming L., 204,96 Flickinger L., 204 Fleeger D., 104,259 Fleher J., 259 Flood D., 204 Flora J., 226 Florentino P., 226 Flounders B., 226 Fluhr C., 149,259 Flum M., 133,204 Flury W., 62,104,164, 179,259 Foden L., 102,226 Fogg J., 114,204 Foreman M., 96,20 Fortman P., 136,259 Fortney Mrs., 31 Fortney R., 226 F ortunato C., 204 Foster I., 226 Fox A., 117,130,226 Fox B., 104 Fox F., 226 Fox H., 120,226 Fox P., 121,259 Fox S., 105,204 Fox VV., 259 Francis A., 142,259 Francis F., 187,226 Frank C., 111,149,260 Frank R., 125 Franke H., 204 Franssen S., 204 Frazer I., 204 174,175,176,177 Freas G., 91,97,100,122,260 Frederking R., 192,260 Freeman M., 103,260 Freeman P., 226 Freeswick P., 104,260 French D., 204 Freundlich S., 91,107 Frey R., 144,145,260 Friberg B., 260 Fricke D., 204 Fricke S., 260 Friedel S., 204 Freiden S., 204 Friedlander W., 181,204 Friedman D., 226 Friedman M., 204 Friedman P., 204 Fries R., 204 Fritz E., 204 Fritz E., 260 Fritz I., 129,260 Fritz M., 260 Frizzell P., 156,157,160,226 Frusciante J., 91,204 Fry F ., 226 Frymire K., 204 Fujarczyk J., 226 Fulginiti D., 226 Furman I., 94,204 Furze A., 133,260 321 f .1 ,C 1- ' .WU w-' .... !i.Srr".' ..f.g.:t.'7 G Gable S., 156, 60 Gaetano Mrs., 33 Gaffin M., 64, 91, 117, 118, 119, 158, 181, 183,260 Gaffney D., 226 Gagliardi P., 117,118,156,157,260 Gaines A., 227 Ga'ai A., 227 Galipeau K., 204 Galkin D., 105,204 Gallagher E., 227 Garrabrant B., 184, 204 N Garate R., 204 227 1 Garcia G., J l 3 1 Garcia I., 260,90 , r Garcia I., Garcia M., Gardner S., 227 227 Gardner I., 204 187 227 Garner B., rr Garrett K., 94,204 rr' -Q V .4 I DEX Goldberg M., 227 Goldberg M., 204 Goldberger L., 204 Goldberry R., 204 Goldman A., 204 Goldman E., 118 Goldman L., 205 Goldman S., 148,227 Goldsmith S., 205 Goldstein B., 227 Gomes D., 131 Gomez A., 227 Gomez A., 205 205 Gonzale M., Gonzales C., 227 Gonzales E., 227 Gonzales F., 205 Gonzalez I., 227 Good I., 205 Goodman A., 227 Goodman D., 261 Goodman L., 205 Goodrich F., 205 Goodridge G., 261 Goodstein B., 114,227 Gordon E.,- 205 Gordon G., 102 Gordon I., 261 Gordon R., 130,131,133,158 Gordon Gordon s., 94,95,122,261 S., 205 Gorelick I., 205 Gorlin B., 133,181,205 ll Garrett s., 94,132,150,151,156,260 Ut Garrett L., 131,204 Garth Mr., 43 I Garweg P., 204 X Gates D., 142,260 1 Gatto D., 227 lg. Gatto M., 103,260 Q! Gaudette D., 156,227 Gavaletz N., 204 I Gavaletz S., 204 l Geary R., 204 Geison P., 153 Gelfand R., 261 Gellen Mr., 42 Geller K., 112,113,137,155,227 Geneson E., 107,227 Gennusa C., 104,261 Gennusa I., 227 Genshaft I., 125,227 Gentile D., 261 Gorman D., 124,227 G-Orski V., 104,122,205 Gottenher N., 91,158 Govaerts J., 205 Grabard S., 205 Graber B., 227 Graber C., 199,205 Graber R., 187 Graff R., 205 Graffam C., 117,118,133,158,159,261 Grant S., 106,116,159,261 Grantano Miss 32,43 Gratton F., 104,205 Gray G., 94,227 Gray C., 205 I George J., 160,227 George R., 164,184,185 gl George W., 261 tl Gerber I., 261 QTL Geretano M., 204 li Gernert L., 135,261 Gershen S., 137,261 Gershwin C., 204 Gerson R., 204 Gertler J., 94,204 Giaccone C., 204 Gilba D., 216 Gilbert G., 204 Gilbert I., 91,149,261 Gilbert I., 227 Gilbert Mr., 44 Gilman R., 261 Giordano E., 227 Giovanelli T., 144,227 Giovannelli V., 261 Giuffrida T., 181,204 Glasberg B., 146 Glaser W., 204 Glassman R., 204 Gledhill T., 227 Glickman, S., 261 Gloger S., 121,204 Glover I., 129,142,261 Gluck S., 204 Goaerts J., 133 Gtrdbee v., 103,104,105,118,122,123,148 Godt C., 227 Gt-reid E., 204 Goldberg B., 227 322 Gray E., 142,143,161,261 Graziano R., 227 Grebin B., 205 Grimsey R., 205 Grisilo S., 108,109 Griswald D., 262 Griswald L.. 205 Groenberg V., 122,228 Grothman F., 228 Grotton F., 205 Grouleff P., 133,228 Groves I., 205 Grozan T., 94,205 Grucio R., 124 Gruccio R., 121,262 Grunbok I., 205 Guagnano L., 205 Gubin H., 228 Guckenburger L., 228 Guerin M., 262 Guise D., 11,262 Guise I., 181,228 Guise R., 181,183 Gulian A., 104,262 Guminski S., 205 Gunderson B., 187,205 Gunning A., 228 Guss P., 91,205 Gustin D., 139 Gutermuth I., 205 Gutnick L., 262 Gwinnell B., 228 Gwinnell J., 205 Gyrock T., 228 Gysan P., 187,228 H Haag R., 262 Habert B., 205 Hackett T., 264 Hackmeier M., 205 Haenisch B., 132 Hagan D., 205 Hagan I., 135,155,262 Hagan S., 262 Hagopian J., 135,216 Hagy M., 228 Hahn M., 135,140,141,187,262 Hahn P., 262 Hailey L., 262 Haines C., 145,151,205 Hains K., 228 Hale W., 263 Haley M., 228 Halford S., 228 Hall B., 142,205 Halstead I., 187,205 Green A., 262 Green D., 262 Green J., 262 Green M., 205 Green P., 262 Green S., 125 Greenawalt A., 262 Greenbaum I., 205 Greenberg E., 228 Greenberg G., 103 Greenberg S., 102,183,262 Greenberg V., 228 Greene S., 91,228 Greenfield J., 94,133,205 Greenstein L., 205 Greenstone C., 142,143,262 Greenstone R., 205 Greenwald S., 120 Greenwalt B., 125,144 Gregg M., 205 Gregoire S., 205 Gregor K., 181,205 Gregory Mr., 38 Grenwis M., 104 Gress R., 228 Griddiths B., 104 Griffiths R., 205 Halton K., 129 Hamel N., 205 Hames R., 263 Hames T., 140 Hamilton J., 228 Hamilton L., 205 Hamilton P., 132,228 Hamm B., 104,228 Hand Mrs., 34 Handy I., 103,228 Hannan G., 96 Hannington K., 228 Hannon P., 205 Hansill D., 146,177,228 Hanson D., 205 Hanson S., 114 Hapner G., 96,205 Happet R., 205 Haralcas G., 205 Hargete E., 263 Harman II., 205 Harmon C., 228 I WN Harmony C., 125,144,263 Hamer A., 91,132,154,263 Harper M., 228 Harper T., 228 Harrell R., 104,205 Harrington S., 104 Harris B., 132,228 Harris C., 263 Harris M., 131,153,228 Harris Mrs., 31 Harris R., 228 Harrison M., 205 Harrison M., 96 Harrison R., 205 Harrison S., 205 Harrison T., 263 Harrison Y., 94,95,205 Hart B., 205 Hart V., 205 Harter L., 205 Hartley R., 187,228 Hartman C., 206 Hartman S., 206 Harvey D., 206 Hasseltine J., 104,206 Hatcher D., 206 Haven H., 103,228 Havern N., 228 Haworth J., 206 Hay M., 228 Haydu D., 228 Hayes G., 140,141,187,189,263 Hazelrigg K., 206 Head J., 108,109,150,151,263 Headley Y., 206 Hearn B., 206 Heckman H., 263 Heckman W., 134,140,141 Heinrich A., 187,206 Helf D., 128,263 Heller D., 263 Heller K., 263 Heller K., 104,118,119,187,206 Helm W., 228 Hemingway J., 132,229 Henderson G., 104,206 Henley Mr., 27 Henning M., 104,122,206 1 Henry M., 51,263 Henry R., 206 Hensley C., 65,144,263 Hepp J., 102,263 Hepp P., 103,136,181,229 .u:1sz.L.' -'iksmmuanl Herberholz L., 96,1 18,1 19,122,156,229 Herbert R., 107,123,160,161,229 Herbert R., 206 Herbst Mr., 42 Herinda B., 229 Herman G., 94,95,145,229 Hern E., 144 Hemandez F., 206 Hernandez W., 114,206 Herrera C., 135,263 Herrara D., 102 Herring B , 117,118,263 Herring C., 206 Herron B., 299 Herzog 229 Hester E., 111,263 Hettel B., 206,185,263 Hever K., 117 Hevia J., 97,99,2o6 Hewitt C., 264 Hibbs R., 206 Hice H., 206 Hicks T., 206 Hicks Mrs., 32,120 Hildring J., 264,94,156,122 ,gain-zz.-K..Ng:--f-.. -3--.414-H - 4 X ...r..1.ma,1.-vs-Q -... . -4 -.ur-A vw--MXN.. 1 -,-ww, -1-W... W Hilgaertner J., 11 1,264,103 Hill A., 206 Hill F., 187,206 Hill G., 206 Hill Miss, 29 Hill M., 229 Hillman D., 264 Hiltzman A., 265 Hines C., 102,124,264 Hines L., 229 Hinkly C., 122,206 Hinshaw Mrs., 30,129 Hintz M., 206 Hipsen B., 206 Hirsch J., 121,206 Hirsch V., 121,264 Hoban L., 206 Hoban N., 91 Hockett T., 146,147 Hodge J., 229 Hodges C., 264 Hodges S., 144,264 Hodges W., 114,206 Hoenes C., 264 Hoenisch B., 206 Hoffenberg S., 137,181,182,264 Hoffman D., 206 Hoffman K., 181,229 Hogan L., 206 Hogan T., 144,264 Hogg C., 262 Hogsett B., 104,122,206 Hogsett J., 96,206 Hogsett Mrs., 36 Hogsett N.,99 Hohl, 216 Hoke R., 104,264 Hokstad E., 206 Holaton K., 265 Holden P., 181,206 Holklow L., 206 Holland C., 229 Holland P., 264 Hollander R., 206 Hollar L., 96,229 Hollingsworth D., 229 Holmes C., 72,264 Holmes M., 206 Holschauer R., 133,181,158 Holshaver R., 91,264 Holt J., 150,264 Holt R., 264 Holzel N., 206 Hombler M., 229 Honeycutt T., 184,206 Hoobler L., 206 Hook P.. 108,116,229 Hoover D., 96 Hoover J., 265 Hoover K., 216 Hoover S., 111,117,118,148,149 Horensky D., 206 Hom L., 265 Horne C., 206 Horne M., 206 Hornsby B., 105,206 Hoschar J., 148,149,229 Houle B., 102,265 Houlton T., 265 House M., 125,206 Howard C., 265 Howard J., 206 Howard K., 92,134,187,265 Howards R., 206 Howell C., 51,63,184,185,186,265 Howell D., 184,265 Howell J., 265 Howell R., 229 Howells A., 156,265 Howells N., 193,229 Huall B., 132 Hubbard W., 206 Huckabee B., 206 Huddleson B., 187 Hudson B., 206 Hudson R., 229 Huff K., 1 11,132,154,265 Huff C., 229 Huff R., 265 Huff S., 206 Hull, K., 187 Hullman G., 91,265 Humburg K., 132,206 Hummel N., 97,919,265 Hungerbuhler J., 69,14O,141,154 173 190,265 Hunt B., 206.94,95 Hunt P., 64,77,85,117,118,265 Hunt Mrs., 39 Hunter G., 206 Huntz J., 206 Hurlburt R., 206 Hurley A., 129,265 Hutchins H., 229 Hutchinson K., 136 Hutchinson R., 265 Hutchinson R., 216 Hutun L., 206 Hyatt K., 266 Hyatt L., 266 Hyme Mr., 29,42,176 I Iannacone M..104,121,142,143,266 Illgen D., 156,266 Immormino T., 229 Inabnit G., 266 Inglima A., 266 Ingria J., 266 Insley C., 104,122,207 J Jack L., 266 Jack L., 177,207 Jackman J., 229 Jackson D., 229 Jackson H., 207 Jackson L., 207 Jackson M., 266 Jacobs B., 229 Jacobs E., 229 Jacobsen D., 229 Jacobson S., 266 Jacque D., 229 Jameson E., 207 Jamison D., 229 Jansson M., 207 Janusz T., 94,95,122,134,266 Jarrett M., 266 Jarvinen B., 129,207 Jarvinen G., 144,266 Jarvis D., 229 Jasperson K., 207 Jay C., 229 Jeffers C., 207 Jenkins J., 229 Jenkins V., 229 Jergenson B., 105,216 Jernee D., 133,266 Joevin N., 267 Johns G., 207 Johnson C., 114,266 2...--nm11.a...,-.w mf:-:h.....-ra - mf -T . ,...- . 1 Y 1 1 'E'a"77'433.-V.. . Qifffff ..I.LT. Johnson F., 123 Johnson F., 123 johnson J., 94,95,266 Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns if o H-ffoooooo '65 ggnnnawngn '14 QQUTIIUIUE-' J ,. . H w"""""l-w"'1-o W lol-lo 1-1-,lg 05005 "soo-4 osgoov Masq 3 ,Tw O .013 lo on ov VFW Johnston H., 230 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones orda A., 187,189,230 B., 230 F., 96,122,230 J., 267 K., 267 M., 99,230 R., 207 S., 87,230 S., 207 n Mrs. 43 I , Joss J., 230 Joyner Mrs., 30 K Kaeding P., 207 Kalansky L., 207 Kalb P., 267 Kallison S., 158 Kandel D., 267 Kandt J., 207 Kane M., 230 Kane S., 73,105,1'21,267 Kanov L., 207 ' Kanov M., 131,207 Kantor C., 207 Kantor G., 124,128,267 Kantrowich H., 94,193,267 Kantrowich P., 193 Kapalow C., 207 Kaplan S., 267,120,134,158 Kappen N., 207 Kaptaine B., 207 Karch A., 114,207 Karik as C., 230 Karpowicz R., 207 Karr Karra Kass R., 230 s T., 158,267 P., 114 Kates W., 140,141,164,187,189,267 Katz Katz Katz Katz Katz A., 207 J., 160,230 P., 230 R., 91,11,149,267 s., 103,109,122,133,230 Kauchi V., 207 Kauffman L., 230 Kaye V., 207 Kaylor C., 103,105,l22,124,230 Kaylor T., 142,143,187,189,267 Keefe K., 230 Keefer F., 135,2y7 Keeney J., 96,97,267 Keith R., 230 Kelker C., 230 Keller C., 230 Keller L., 133 Kelly B., 230 Kelly C., 114,230 Kelly J., 187,267 Kelly J., 230 Kelly L., 267 Kelly R., 230 324 I DEX Kelton R., 187,189,267 Kemmerer J., 176,207 Kemp D., 267 Kempner D., 103,230 Kennedy J., 230 Kennedy Miss, 34 Kenney G., 103,104,267 Kenny A., 129,267 Kern A., 94,95,122,156,230 Kern C., 107,156,230 Kems S., 230 Kems S., 207 Kerr B., 99 Kerr D., 192,207 Kerr P., 95,97,99,187,268 Kerr R., 94,208 Kerr S., 91-,230 Kersey L., 207 Kerstein M., 230 Kesden D., 91 Keshlansky R., 121,268 Ketzle Mrs., 30,135 Keys N., 137,181,182,268 Kiethley R., 207 Kilgaski R., 187,207 Kilman B., 268 Kimes J., 230 King C., 230 King J., 268 King M., 102,105,107,230 King R., 158,230 Kirby P., 230 Kircher B., 268 Kirk R., 135,268 Kirk S., 231 Kirkland E., 231 Kirkland L., 102,231 Kirsch D., 207 Kitchens J., 231 Klate R., 268 Klee K., 231 Klegerman D., 231 Klein A., 122,139,207 Klein Mr., 41 Klein S., 268 Kleppinger J., 207 Klika E., 131,207 Kline J., 177 Kline M., 207 Kline R., 207 Klirgmeyer Mrs., 31 Klores N., 91,131,207 Klotz G., 231 Klnrnp F., 231 Klump P., 268 Knally K., 231 Knally K., 231 Knapp D., 102,124,268 Knapp K., 231 Knick S., 231 Knight J., 207 Knight W., 187 Knipper R., 99,114 Knoff A., 231 Knove L., 104 Knowles D., 207 Knox J., 268 Koch E., 231 Kocheski L., 207 Koenig R., 139,268 Koff1er D., 207 Kolman E., 207 Kondas V., 207 Kopcik J., 268 Kopl J., 103,231 Koppleman J., 118,131,281 Kop leman R., 268 Kordon M., 231 Komov P., 207 Korray K., 105,208 Kotler L., Kover D., 99,231 Kozel J., 156,208 Kramer B., 231 Kramer J., 231 Kramer N., 231 Krassner J., 181,208 Kratman C., 114,231 Kravitz S., 208 Kreider C., 164 Kreiger P., 193,231 Kreiselman T., 268 Kreitzburg J., 231 Krenzer B., 123,142,268 Kroboth R., 268 Kron N., 208 Kroup M., 91,231 Krou a H., 231 Kuliclk I., 231 Kulka Mrs., 112 Kurto C., 131 Kurtz D., 231 Kushner M., 208 I. Labbe R., 231 LaBell G., 269 LaBell S., 208 Labiano J., 104 Lacey R., 104,208 Lacey S., 144,269 LaForge L., 231 LaFortuna J., 102,144,26 Laludes M., 103,269 La Ser J., 208 Lamb R., 231 Lambert P., 181,231 Lamkay L., 269 Lamont D., 231 Lamontage A., 117 LaMontaigne J., 136 Lancellotti B., 105,231 Landis S., 208 Lane B., 208 Lane H., 208 Langevin G., 269 Lanius Mrs., 33 Lanning J., 245,269 Laperriere Mrs., 31 Lariviere E., 208 Larson C., 208 Larson L., 231 Larson S., 99,231 Laubert C., 269 Laufer R., 269 Lauhert C., 129 Laustra J., 232 Lauzon J., 232 Lavac L., 148,149,269 Lavac S., 208 Lavin T., 192,232 LaViolette L., 269 Laviolette W., 208 Law B., 269 Law D., 232 Lawhead I., 185 Lawn C., 121,199,208 Laxon A., 164,171,269 Lay J., 269 Layton B., 269 Layton D. 269 Lazarus J., 232 Lazzaro J., 269 Lear L., 133 111.-mg-:ami n J i. N 9 Luedeke B., 209 M-L1-HHAH Leatherwood D., 135,208 Leavitt A.,7,99 Le Bianco I., 232 LeCain C., 269 Lee D., 208 Lee R., 269 Lee T., 232 Lefkowitz K., 208 Lefkowitz M., 91,139,208 Legett S., 208 Lehman L., 269 Lehrman S., 270 Leifried N., 270 Lema I., 208 Lemera C., 270 LeMonaco C., 232 Lennon B., 121,270 Leonard 95,122,149,232 Leonard 232 Leonard 132,270 Leonard , 232 Leonard ., 208 Leonard 135,270 Leotta B., 132,134,135 LePage S., 208 Lepfer T., 208 Lemer L., 208 Lemer S., 208 208 208 Vgv:m'T'pQQJw Lervic M., Lerett M., Leschinger H., 270 Lessner D., 73,112,113,232 Lester I., 128,186,184,270 LeTourneau C., 270 Levan A., 91,120,232 Levin A., 158,183,270 Levin B., 270 Levin H., 193 232 naw-Q... ,.-.'-an-,. 1--......... ., 4 .ni I DEX Lloyd J., 208 Lockley I., 271 Logan S., 208 Loiselle K., 102,271 Long C., 208 Long G., 134,271 Long L., 232 Long Mrs., 46 Long S., 57,77,78,,141,149,153, 1e4,17e,17s,247,271 Long T., 232 Long W., 134,271 Longo D., 208 Looney I., 232 Loos R., 187,271 Loudis S., 208 Loufer P., 232 Lovett M., 104 Lowe M., 232 Lowe S., 208 Lozo F., 184,208 Lucas S., 208 Luck Mrs., 39 Ludwig L., 232 Ludwig L., 271 Manning 104,272 Mansfield L., 209 Mansfield S., 149,272 Mansker L., 209 Mansour R., 209 Manze Mr., 43 Mapes C., 233 Marchant S., 209 Marconi A., 128 Marconi L, 128 Marconi Mr., 30 Marcus S., 209 Marcus S., 209 Margolis D., 272 Marin C., 233 Marin Mr., 32 Marinelli I., 91,114,117,118,122, 105,272,130 Markman S., 233 Markowitz A., 209 Markowitz M., 272 Marlarky E., 233 Marler R., 104,209 Marrero E., 209 Marshall B., 209 Marshall D., 272 Luksa C., 160,209,216 Luksa M., 94,142,271 Lumer K., 142,271 Lupinacci L., 209 Lutgens M., 209 Lux D., 128,271 Luzer M., 102,271 Lynch Mrs., 41,130 Lynde R., 232 Lynn B., 209 Lynn I., 209 Lytle T., 187 M Macari A., 271 MacArthur D., 209 Macchiarola R., 187,232 Macchio M., 135,271 MacDonald Mr., 34 MacDonald O., 271 MacDonald P., 233 Marshall I., 233 Marshall M., 209 Martel R., 272 Martin G., 187,189,272 Martin I., 233 Martin Miss, 31 Martin M., 209 Martin S.,209 Martin V., 103,233 Martin W., 209 Martinez R., 272 Mmone E., 233 Marvel L., 187 Marvil F., 272 Masaitis E., 146,176,233 Masenheimer D., 272,135 Masenheimer L., 209,105 Masi M., 209 Mason L., 272,144,145 Massare B., 181 Massaro S., 209 Massey R., 142,143,272 Massing T., 103,105,132,272 Levin I., Levin K., 120,270 Levin M., 91,232 Levin V., 120,232 Levine B., 208 Levine C., 208 Levine D., 97,208 Levine H., 130,133,270 Levine M., 121,208 Levine S., 208 Levy S., 232 Levy M., 208 Lewin R., 208 Lewis L., 132,232 Lieberman S., 1311,42,270 Liepelt R., 208 Ligon M., 270 Lilholt S., 13,118, 1 19,148,149, 158, 185,270 Lind K., 232 Lindas M, 147,164,270 Lindo C., 232 Lindquist I., 232 Lindsey R., 208 Linhart K., 232 Lipari J., 148.149,1c-30,232 Lipman K., 232 Lipof A., 91,111,154,155,27o Lipscomb M., 155,232 Lipscomb Mr., 90,28,132 Lipscomb H., 57,77,83,11o,1s2,149, 150.151.270 Lisk I., 208 Lisk R., 271 Lisowsky I., 103,271 Liss R., 160,232 Liston C., 104,271 Litt D., 208 Littlefield S., 91,271 Litvan M., 149,232 1 Y f , MacFarland S., 103 MacFarlane R., 233 Mack S., 233 MacKay s., 94,95,111,117,118,156,271 MacKenzie K., 191,271 Macklebust T., 121 MacLean D., 209 MacNorius C-.,233 Macone D., 209 Macudi I., 209 Mader C., 103,233 Madison V., 125,272,128 Madsen E., 216 Mahan K., 209 Mahoney C., 91,107,233 Mahoney I., 209 Major, H., 272 Maker M., 104 Malanky P., 125 Malarkey P., 124,125,233 Mallov L., 130 Malm A., 209 Maloney I., 184 Maloney T., 272 Mandell I., 209 Mandelstram L., 105,209 Mander I., 114,272 Mann B., 128,272 Mann I., 209 Mastin K., 209 Massule I., 209 Mastropaolo C., 146,147,272 Mastropaolo Miss, 33 Mastropaolo S., 86,146,147,273 Massullo I., 273 Matchus M., 273 Mateikat I., 233 Matheson Mrs., 43 Mattevi I., 273 Mattevi L, 209 Maurer I., 272 Mauritz L., 216 May I., 97,99,209 Maye C., 209 .1t'774fr5'.gmrf"anr'-1': wi Lv ww www was-awra1.r.m .-'.4 Mayhew R., 146,273 Mayor I., 233 Maysman C., 133,123,273 Mazelewksi M., 125,144,145,273 Mazer, C., 209 Mazinelli I., 103 McCaffery N., 209 McCardel G., 233 McCarthy P., 209 McCarty M., 273 McCaulley C., 209 McColman M., 91,209 McDaniel D., 209,187 McDonald P., 184 325 w- L McKe1vey Morgan 1 rwn -an l 1 l fl V 1 . M l 1 1. 1. M w .N E l I l 9 1 1 2 2 . 1 1 1 I gf, va-fra-rr.: ff: gf. ,A--J. ,M I McDonald W., 209 McDowell C., 96 McElwee Mrs. 142 McEwen C., 233 McFarland D., 209 McFarland S., 111,132,273 McFarlane R., 133 McGary C., 233 McGhee K., 233 McCillivray I., 209 I DEX Minniti M., 103,274 Minothy S., 210 Mintz R., 123,149,274 Mishalanie S., 96,210 Missall P., 210 Mitchell I., 91,190,210 Mitchell Mrs., 33,34 Moldof M., 192,234 Mollev L., 210 Monashkin M., 131,234 McGowan D., 233 McGowan M., 135 Mcllvaine C., 273 McKay D., 190,191,209 McKay S., 111,118 R., 91,60,132,134,273 McLauglin M., 176,233 McLaughlin T., 209 McMartin P., 233 McMasters C., 273 McMurray T., 209 McNally B., 233 McNally I., 104 McNamara J., 164,273 McNeer R., 209 McNicOl L., 161,273 McQuade W., 273 McSheehan A., 100,161,273 Meacham S., 273 Mecolmon M., 94 Medlin E., 209 Medlin S., 233 Meek C., 273 Meeks C., 209 Meener M., 273 Meffett S., 234 Mellon F., 209 Melograne A., 94,952.33 Merced O., 274 Monical B., 210 Moniz G., 274 Montessano P., 210 Moody S., 274 Moore B., 274 Moore C., 275 Moore D., 275 Moore G., 234 Moore I., 187,210 Moore I., 234 Moore I., 234 Moore M., 210 Moore Mr., 40 Moore Mrs., 36 Moore Mrs., 31 Moore P., 91,154,155,275 Moore R., 104,275 Moore S., 124,275 Moran K., 104,234 Morchelies R., 234 Moreels M., 121,275 Moreels S., 210 Morel C., 104 Morgan Morgan D., 210 H., 103,275 Morgan I., 210 Morgan P., 91,117,275 Morgan R., 234 Mercurio N., 209 Meredith Mrs., 28 Merlo T., 274 Merry S., 233 Messana L., 129,274 Messinger R., 120 Metter C., 209 Meyer R., 274 Myers D., 146,233 Meyers D., 216.. Meyers Mrs., 28 Michaels S., 233 Mickey M., 233 Middendorf W., 63,112,154,274 Mielke L., 209 Miller A., 209 Miller , 274 Miller ., 156,233 Miller ., 216 S55 H55 "1"lP'4 ZFVTUUO wr-Q 330 I0 Rl .44 33 L0 G Miller ., 274 Miller Miller ., 209 Miller Mr.. 32,33,158 Miller P., 233 Mills P., 274 Mills P., 209 Mills R., 66,102,144,l46,274 Millwood B., 210 Milman D., 233 Milmore E., 94,95,158,233 Mistein L., 274 Mims C., 274 Mims I., 274 Mindell M., 274 Miner D., 161,274 Minin D., 234 326 S., 94 Morici S., 87,107,160,161,275 Morris C., 275 Morris P., 184,210 Morrison I., 91,103,122 Morrison M., 275 Moser B., 190,275 Mosher D., 210 Moskowitz L., 210 Moss D., 184,186,275 Moss L., 121,125,275 Mottinger W., 94,95,234 Mounce VV., 210 Mowery S., 96,275 Muckleroy I., 275 Mueller A., 275 Mueller A., 234 Muench R., 275 Mugge N., 234 Muhlerwirth R., 234 Mullen D., 131,210 Mullins I., 275 Mulvey W., 210 Munday M., 187,189,210 Mrmdy G., 94,95 Munz A., 132,210 Murdock R., 114,275 Murphy I., 210 Murphy I., 164,234 Murphy Mr., 34 Murphy P., 234 Murphy P., 210 Mydock L., 234 Myers B., 276 Myklehust T., 234 N Nager, R., 234 Nagy, I., 234 Naimark, I., 210 Naipavel, B., 234 Nast, I., 276,91 Navarra, D., 210 Neble T., 216 Needleman I., 187 Needleman M., 210 Neeley I., 210 Neiman T., 210 Nelson M., 210 Nelson R., 276 Nesbitt M., 276,125,129,144 Nessmith E., 96,276 Nestrict M., 190,191 Netzler S., 210,114,132,94 Neu L., 103 Neuenswander G., 133 Neunzig K., 183,276,210,181 Neville T., 187 Newby K., 210 Newman 216,130 Newman 276,134 Newman ., 276,131 Newman 276,128 Newman Newman 103,112,113 Newton K., 210 Nichols C., 210 Nichols R., 210 Nickerson R., 276 Nicholas Mrs., 34,154,155 Nigg S., 276 Nikolsky V., 210 Niles C., 106,108,109,116 Niles Mr., 38 Nissenberg S., 276,131 Noble C., 210,105,122 Nordjann L.. 105 Nordmeyer M., 40 Norell N., 210 Norman M., 276 Norrie W., 210 Norris A., 210,91 Norton C., 155 Nunez I., 235 Nunn T., 276 Nussbaum M., 210,105 Nyberg I., 235 O Obessey P., 210 O'Brien C., 210 O'Brien I., 235,132 oslsrrerr T., 235 O,Connell P., 210 O'Dawe D., 193,276 Odenkirk D., 210 O'Donnell C., 210 O,Donnell I., 235 Oesterreicher P., 276,128 zfrmwe I N3 P-4 O Murray I., 104,210 Murray K., 91,199,210 352 gr, M M., 210 , -r Mlrurlglf Mr., 32,33 0,CfadY P-r 235 Murray R., 133,234 3.52311 RE 253302124 Murray R., 276 Ohlisson Sf, 211 Murrell Mr., 42,118 Ohm 2 Muthart J., 164,187,234 an I-r 235 ' . 1 1 X f M'-In-we--'f-'11-w--1--L-1-1--.mm-1--L-.-. --T ...N VY, ....... Y- . ....,. . ...La O'Leary P., 211,131 Oliveri I., 161,276 Olkson D., 211 Olofson R., 94,211,99 Onove B., 235,135 Onrot I., 235 Opperman I., 277 Opresko D., 235 O'Qu.inn I., 235 Orlanda C., 211 Orr R., 277,146 Ortez N., 211 Ortman G., 277 Osborne K., 164,187,188 Osborne R., 277,108,109,160,161 Ostrow M., 104,124,277 Oswald I., 187 Ouzts P., 96,235 Owens F., 94,99,211 Oxemberg I. 277 Ozburn D., 187,235 P Pack, C., 235,124 Packman, B., 277 Paderson, C., 235 Pafford, L., 277 Paisley, T., 124,142,193,277 Palacio, I., 277 Palonis, W., 235 Pantlekais, T., 277 Papale, A., 104,235 Papale, M., 104,211 Papale, R., 125,135,235 Papendick, I., 277 Parakis, A., 211 Parker, D., 211 Parker, D., 211 Parker F., 129,277 Parmenly, C., 97,99,211 Paroltino, R., 211 I DEX Perrin, Mr., 42,43 Perry, G., 235 Person, B., 104,235 Pesekow, L., 278 Pesetsky, B., 278 Peters, D., 211 Peters, Mr., 28 Peterson, D., 211 Petras, T., 278,140,136,181,183 Petrie, C., 142 Petrie, H., 235 Petrisko, P., 211 Petterson, Mr., 34 Pettigrew, R., 211 Pettit, P., 720,354,81,141,46,117 Petty, B., 104,235 Pfeiffer, P., 104,235 Phebus, R., 236 Phelan, R., 278 Phillip, F., 236 Phillips, G., 236 Phillips, G., 211 Phillips, I., 135 Phipps, B., 236,160,161 Phipps, L., 148,149,278 Pickoner, R., 211 Pierce, B., 134 Pierce, D., 118,278 Pierce, H., 114 Pierce, I., 236 Pierce T. 236 Parslow, S., 235 Parsons, R., 235 Partridge, W., 94,122,235 Parzen, S., 235 Paschette, P., 235 Paskal, I., 91 Pasquini, D., 211 Pastreich, I., 114,277 Patch, L. 120 Patterson, D., 91,97,122 Pattin, R., 211 Patton, I., 187 Pavone, T., 104,277 Payne, I., 211 Pearce, I., 277 Pecchio, C., 108,109,116,135,277 Pechony, C., 108,109,235 Peck, S., 105,211 Pecullan, L., 235 Peete, Mr., 29 Pelecki, R., 91,97,99,158,277 Pellito, L., 235 Pelznerg I., 211 Pelzner, R., 277 Penderson, M., 277 Pennell, F., 235 Perdue, A., 235 Perdue, T., 235 Perez, L., 235 Perez, R., 105,278 Perlih, D., 25,77,53,82,90,92, 158,278 Perlmutter, N., 114 Permenter, Mrs., 31 Perpich, C., 278 ...Jansen --YY Y--f Pimental, ,G., 211 Pindar, M., 211 Pingston, H., 104,140,141,164,166, 190,278 Pirtle, L., 278 Plant, L., 278,86,154 Plant, T., 278,140,141,160,161, 168,176,180 Plastino, L., 211 Plotkin, R., 278 Plummer, S., 278 Pluto, I., 193,278 Polis, M., 278 Pollack, D., 211 Pollman, I., 236 Pollock, M., 278 Poole, L., 623 Porteous, T., 278,131 Portis, R. 279 Post, I., 129,279 Potemkin, F., 102,236 Powell, D., 104,236 Powell, M., 128,279 Powers, Mrs., 46 Pral, J., 211 Pradity, C., 211 Prater, C., 279,87,106,116,161 Prater, R., 279 Prather, T., 236 Prati, C., 94 Pratt, S., 211 Press, E., 236 Preston, R., 279 Price, Mr., 42,43 Prioe, Mrs., 30 Price, S., 236 Prine, B., 129 Prine, N., 279 Prinza, P., 279 Pritchett, K., 279 Prossor, H., 279 Prues, M., 211 Psalm, S., 236 Puccio, I., 177,211 Pucek, I., 279 Puckett, P., 211 Piickle, J., 133,236 Pue, 1., 102,128,279 Pugh, W., 233 Puretz, E., 94,95,99,211 Pyne, K., 211 Pyle, P., 97,99,211 Q Quartermaine, A., 236 Quincy, L., 105,211 Quinn, I., 236 Quint, R., 94,96,133,211 Quinterio, R., 236 R Rabinowitz, Mr., 43 Radin, I., 236 Radin, P., 236 Randall, B., 279 Raffo, R., 133,158,117,279,118 Ragona, M., 211 Ragona, S., 102,279,112,113,121 Ralf, S., 211 Ramey, G., 103,122,132,134279 Rampulla, C., 211 Ranch, B., 74,279,68,137,144,161, 181,182 Randall, B., 279 Randall, G., 279 Randino, T., 211 Randle, K., 181,211 Rank, S., 130,236 Rapp, B., 91,124,279 Rappa, P., 236 Rappaport, A., 211 Rarback, S., 107,236 Rath, R., 279 Rathbun, S., 211 Ratnoff, B., 263 Rattley, I., 211 Reedy, R., 211 Reece, B., 114,133 Reed, Mrs., 30 Reedee, S., 129,280 Reese, I., 211,177 Reese, L., 236,107,123 Reese, S., 69,52,55,280,90,87,51 77,79,91,106,116,123,153,156 Regis, L., 211,74 Rehr, M., 14O,141,187,189,28O Reice, B., 211 Reich, T., 236 Reidinger, K., 211 Reif, R., 211 Reifman, M., 211 Reilly, B., 211 Reinap, D., 96,211 Renard, Y., 236 Repici, A., 280 Repicky, T., 236 Ress, R., 128,280 Ressler, R., 211 Retchin, M., 211 Revercomb, T., 236 Rex, C., 236 Reyes, C., 236 Reyes, Z., 211 Reynolds, R., 236 Reynolds, T., 236 Rharback, S., 91 Riassetto, M., 211 Ribinski, R., 280 Ricciarde N., 11i,91,211 Rice, Mr., 24,25,245 Rice, R., 97,99,122,280 327 . FEW. ' J' Pw:s1jiwamn1n1wagmffr:7-rf ':w-1--rf f--V 4 ,i..,- . .,... Rice, V., 132,135,280 Richards, P., 18,11,82,280 Richardson, G., 280 Richardson, I., 236 Richardson K., 236 Richardson P., 211 Richardson, R., 280 Richter, B., 212 Richter, P., 237 Ricter, K., 237 Riddick, G., 237 Rieder, P., 133 181 I DEX Rosenwasser, I., 97,108,109,142,237 Rosenzweig, S., 131,212 Rosiere, E., 281 Rosini, D., 148,281 Rosko, T., 212 281 Ross, D. Ross, D. 237 Ross, G., 237 Ross, K., 281 Ross, M., 94,212 Ross, P., 212 Ross, S., 104,281 Ross, S., 212 Ross, S., 212 Rossman, E., 237 Rossman, J., 212 Roth, D., 156,237 Rielly, D., Riesen, J., 280 Rigg, J., 104,124,280 Riggs, S.. 237 Ringler, C., 237 Rissman, R., 237 Ritter, L., 104,212 Ritter, R., 237 Ritter, T., 212 Rivera, V., 237 Rivers, S., 237 Rizzi, R., 114,237 Roach, I., 212 Roach, I., 280 Robbins, A., 237 Robbins, D., 212 Robert, R., 212 A 212 Roberts, ., Roberts, E., 212 Roberts, M., 181,183 Roberts, s., 102,122 Roberts, W., 134,91 Roberts, L., 280 Roberts, M., 280 Roberts, S., 280 Roberts 2 , T., 37 Roberts, W., 77,84,132,247,280 Robertson, T., 103 Robinson, D., 237 Robinson, G., 237 Robinson, S., 212 Roch, W., 133 Rocky, G., 192 Rodgers, R., 212 Rodgers, V., 104,212 Rogers, A., 212 Rogers, B., 187 Rogers, D., 212 Rogers E. 107,280 Rogers, G., 237 Rogers, I., 212 Rogers I., 212 Rogrer, Mrs., 31 Rohrback, J., 62,137, 181,182,280 Rohrbeck, M., 281 Rojas, M., 212 Roller B., 212 Roller, R., 212 Roloff, D., 212 Romanelli, J., 237 Rone, R., 212 Rose, A., 237 Rose, B., 281 Rose, Miss, 30,125 Rose, P., 102,144,281 Rosell, T., 281 Rosen, B., 281 Rosen, G., 99,212 Rosenbaum, L., 212 Rosenberg, B., 237 Rosenberg, S., 131,212 Rosenblatt, R., 237 Rosenbloth, C., 121,281 Rosenthal, S., 150,281 Rosenwasser, E., 91,212 328 Roth, E., 212 Roth, L., 212 Roth, P., 192,237 Roth, Mr., 39 Rothenberg, R., 237 Rothenberg, L., 212 Rothenberg, S., 107,149,281 Rothman, K., 237 Rothman, L., 237 Rothman, S., 212 Rovell, R., 131,124,212 Rowe, Mrs., 123 Rubenstein, C., 104,105,237 Rubenstein, P., 237 Rudinger, R., 237 Rudnick, R., 120 Rudolph, S., 281 Ruggiero, A., 237 Rushing, H., 281 Rushton, V., 135,237 Rushkin, Mrs., 41 Russe, I., 131,281 Russell, E., 91,133,281 Russell, J., 181,212 Russell, Mrs., 31 Ryan, L., 212 Ryan, M., 212 Ryan, T., 281 Ryle, J., 146,281 S Saama, E., 281,111,148,149 Sacacca, T., 237 - Sachs, B., 212,91 Sahm, S., 237 Saker, V., 212 Salari, S., 237 Salem, S., 282 Salemo, R., 212,187 Saluda, V., 212 Salvader, G., 238 , Sambridge, D., 282,128 Samples, S., 103,238 Sanchiek, S., 212 Sandell, G., 187,188,238 Sander, T., 282 Sanders, A., 282,121 Sanders, I., 212 Sanders, I., 238 Sanders, L., 238 Sanders, N., 212 Sandler, S., 282 Sands, B., 282 Sands, B., 212 Sandy, C., 212,104 Sanfillippo, A., 282 Sanfillippo, B., 238 Sanfillippo, F., 282 Santana, M., 238 Santanglo, M-, 282 Santos, N., 238 Santucci, I., 212 Saponaro, P., 282,140,141,164,169 170 175,184,186 Sargent, D., 181,212 Sarron, P., 190,238 Sarron, R., 190,212 Sass, D., 212 Sass, M., 96 Sasso, C., 282,128 Satulove, K., 238 Sawchuck, N., 212,105,99 Saxon, J., 282 Sayre, K., 238 Scalise, Mrs., 30 Scandiffio, F., 282,108,109 Scalan, G., 137,181,182 Scalan, P., 181 Scalon, R., 282 Scarce, B., 238 Schailey, G., 238 Schechter, D., 282 Schindler,R., 181 schley, R., 133 Schlichtel, L., 282,108,109,151 Schloerb, G., 104 Schmookler, G., 104 Schmookler, L., 282 Schneider, D., 282,144 Scheider, F., 282 Scheider, I., 282 Scheel, S., 238 Schell, E., 238 Schellenger, B. Schellenger, M., 238 Schellenger, P., 238 Schendowich, L., 212 Schichtel, K., 212 Schichte1,'L., 137,144,181,182 Schiffman, B., 212 Schindler, R., 238 Schmaus, Mrs., 30,128 Schmidt, B., 212 Schneeweiss, A., 212 Schneider, D., 103,144 Schneider, I., 156 Schneider, M., 238 Schneider, W., 238 Schoditsch, W., 238,153 Schoenberger, B., 218,238 Schoenfield, D., 283 Schoerb, G., 238 Schofield, B., 238 Schofield, C., 212 Schor, P., 121 Schrieber, M., 238 schrifr, P., 212 Schroeder, D., 283,103 Schroeder, D., 212,105,122 Schroeder, K., 184 Schroeter, R., 283,108,109 Schulier, J., 213 Schulman, T., 213 Schultz, H., 91 Schultz, N., 238 Schumann, R., 213 213 Schussler, S., Schwartz, B., 213 Schwartz, C., 283 Schwartz, D., 213 Schwartz, I., 213 Schwartz, R Schweiga ., 213 rr, s., 96,213 Schweitzer, A., 213 Schweitzer, I., 111,149,283 Schwemmer, Mr., 29,30 Setticase, Q Schwerin, G., 153,328 Scola, D., 213 Scott, J., 283 Scott, L., 213 Scott, Mrs., 46 Scott, R., 238 Scott, W., 131 Seaberg, F., 283 Seager, K., 238 Sedawie, I., 213 Seegert, A., 133,283 Seeman, S., 213 Seese, Mr., 33 Seid, M., 181,238 Seidle, E., 283 Seifert, J., 135,181,283 Seigal, R., 284 Seigel, R., 284 Seiser, D., 238 Selig, M., 137,181,238 Sellers, C., 283 Sellers, D., 283 Sellers, D., 238 P Sellers , ., 283 Semrod, S., 121,142,143,283 Sems, Mr., 40 Senatore, A., 283 Sequin, S., 238 Serota, L., 283 Serrano, L., 238 Seroni, D., 117 Sertt, S., 134 Servatt,H., 283 R., 238 ...U .f,,g,,,Lm,,1r..4.r,..-.. AN.-. ....... ,3-...ur--4,91-.....,,i. r- r...Sr,.......... 4 .-,,... ....,.,........ W.--.-1.1 -1 I DEX Shourek, F., 284 Shrager, A., 213 Shultz, B., 239 Shultz, C., 213 Shultz, N., 239 Siberman, B., 104 Sibley. B., 213 Sickler, I., 68,86,136,137,148,284 Siegal, A., 239 Siegal, R., 117 Siesholtz, I., 94,239 Sigmond, S., 181,213 Silberman, B., 213 Silberman, B., 239 Silver, R., 213 Silver, R., 284 Silver, W., 239 Silverthorne. A., 284 Sims, R., 150,151,284 Singer, E., 284 Sironi, D., 118,130,284 Siry, I., 187 Sjolund, D., 239 Skeeg, J., 213 Skinner, C., 213 Slagle, R., 213 Slater, E., 239 Slavin, D., 239 Slicker, D., 184,186 Sloan, Mrs., 41 Sloan, R., 96,285 Sloane, N., 239 Slusher, G., 239 D 239 Setzer, B., 135,238 Seuss, S., 239 Seward, Mrs., 26 Sexton, B., 191,104,156,213 Shack, M., 212 Shafer, B., 213 Shafer, J., 283 Shafer, S., 187,213 Shaffer, D., 213 Shalahammer, B., 96,100 Shalomith, N., 213 Shanahan, M., 67,91,146,156,157,284 Shannon, E., 104,213 Shannon, K., 154,181,182,284 Shapiro, S., 213 Shapiro, S., 213 Shapiro, T., 94,213 Sharon, M., 117,130,239 Shaw, B., 213 Shaw, S., 239 Shawver, S., 284 Shea, C., 213 Sheaks, J., 136,284 Sheaks, M., 65,136 Sheehan, D., 239 Sheinbein, S., 284 hellahamer B 239 S , ., 3 Shelton, C., 104,213 Sheppard, I., 213 Sheppard, P., 103 Sher, H., 239,107,139 Sherman, A., 94,239 Sherman, E., 91,284 Sherman, H., 213 Sherman, I., 129 Sherman, L., 284 Shieks, M., 134 Shickler, D., 284 Shires, I., 213 Shomaker, P., 213 Shoot, L., 107,120,239 Shopmaker, M., 104,122,132 Shor, P., 284 Shoupe, C., 213 ,. Smart, ., Smart, D., 184,239 Smith, A., 239 Smith, A., 103,239 Smith, B., 129,144,156,285 Smith, B., 144,285 Smith, B., 239 Smith, D., 102,122,131,155,156,239,248 Smith, G.,103,135,285 Smith, G., 239 Smith, I., 239 Smith, I., 239 Smith, I., 128,285 Smith, I., 181,213 Smith, I., 213 Smith, K., 285 Smith, K., 213 Smith, L., 114,144,239 Smith, P., 213 Smith, S., 123 Smyth, P., 124,285 Snider, C., 213 103 Snider, I., Snow, B., 102 Snow, R., 187,239 Snowden, P., 144,239 Snyder, H., 213 Sobel, B., 213 Solari, S., 239 Soloman, G., 96 Soloman, J.,213 Soloman, S., 285 Soloman, B., 213 Solomon, L., 239 Solomon, M., 120,213 Solomon, S., 123,156 Sootin, J., 239 Sorenson, G., 187,188,285 Sorenson KQM4 Soucy, Miss.: 46,124 Sours, M., 214 Southa.rd, Southard, L., 214 N., 158,285 Sowers, C., 240 . .r7"'lXl'!WEPlIl'E'7"'I"iiE'5TiAt'flPg3.1e. Spagnola, G., 285 Spangerberger ,C., 240 Speak, S., 214 speake, J., 190,191,240 Spears, B., 240 Spector, S., 240 Spell, Mrs., 40 Spencer, D., 285 Spencer, Mrs., 39,130 Spengler, B., 214 Spiegel, J., 240 Spradley, R., 285 Sprinkle, B., 214 Stackpole, N., 214 Stahl, R., 102,104,285 Stair, D., 97,240 Stair, Mrs., 31 Staley, M., 285 Stalnaker, Miss., 33 Stanchi, I., 214 Stanczyk, R., 214 Stankus, S., 285 Stanley, I., 104,285 Stanton, I., 240 Stark, Mr., 46 Stark, V., 91,160,16l,240 Starks, I., 94,95,99,214 Steber, V., 104,285 Stedman, N., 240 Steele, Miss., 30 Steele, R., 285 Steers, D., 216 Stegall, B., 214 Stein, E., 193,285 Stein, R., 96,214 Steinberg, B., 240 Steinberg, Mrs., 34 Steiner, E., 286 Steinwell, R., 214 Stenmark, S., 286 Stenmark, S., 214 Stephens, M., 214 Stephens, R., 286 Stephenson, D., 214 Stephenson, S., 75 Stephenson, E., 240 Stephenson, W., 214 Sterling, G., 214 Stern, E., 94,95,124 Stem, I., 214 Stern, R., 286 Stern, R., 240 Stern, W., 240 Stevens cncncncn 8838 E222 WDJWN 3339. FZSTTO0 N vmflogmm 8 3003K Stewarti ., 286 Stewart, Stineberg, M., 240 Stirman, C.,102,105,135,286 Stockton, W., 214 Stoddard, R., 187,214 Stone, ., 240 Stone, , 103,286 Stone, Stone, 105,214 we NJ A C YJEQF-'22 O O O O 'D D 35 D 9999 N'T'Y"'T' M Nl Q25 Q13-nh , S , 214 Stoneberger, C., 240. Stoop, L., 111,117,118,286 Storace, M., 120,240 Storms, S., 160,240 Stosik, B., 240 Stout, S., 96,118,122,24O 329 F wr r.-ne...,. .-. ,J f,,'7"IT'-' 1-' ' fgi..- .'.'.'!'.. . Straka, D., 214 Strang, S., 286 Stratigos, M., 112,113,240 Stratigos, R., 286 Stratman, I., 286 Stratton, J., 164,187,240 Strauch, B., 240 Straus, C., 240 Streelman,R., 216 Strnad, I., 240 Sroemer, S., 240 Stroemer, T., 104,190,214 Strong, A., 214 Strumas, D., 240 Stuart, B., 286 Stuck, N., 105,214 Sturtevant, K., 240 Stutzman, J., 286 Suarez, V., 286 Suarez, W., 240 Suddreth, C., 114,184,241 Sudit, L., 241 Suendson, K., 286 Sullivan, B., 146 Sullivan, F., 286 Sullivan, Mr., 43,51,187 Sullivan, N., 214 Sullivan, R., 241 Sullivan, T., 96,122,241 Sullivan, W., 241 Summers, F., 241 Sundmacher, C., 286 Sunkel, Miss., 32 Superty, S., 214 Sutter, J., 97,99,286 Sutton, C., 241 Svendsen, K., 104 Swartz, M., 241 Sweetwood, L., 214 Swerdloff, S., 117,118 Swerer, D., 241 Swenson. A., 214 Swettman, Mr., 44,111 Swettrnan, S., 214 Swiderski, L., 241 Swindell, B., 286 swindeu, M., 112,113,154,155,241 Swogie, I., 128,287 Szuc , J., 241 T Tabb, s., 241 Taines, M., 214 Taks, C., 241 Talbot, D., 187,241 Talbot, M., 241 Talbot, M., 214 Tam, D., 287 Tamargo, M., 108,109,287 Tanchuk, A., 241 Tardy, N., 241 Tarpley, A., 104,122,214 Tartaglia, A., 135,287 Tasman, S., 241 Tassone, V., 103,287 Tate, P., 104,241 Tautleroy, C., 193 Taylor, J., 145,214 Taylor, I., 214 Taylor, J., 214 Taylor, M., 214 Taylor, S., 103,105,241 Taylor, W., 241 Teichholz, D., 214 Telford, M., 241 Temple, Mrs., 40 330 I DEX Terreros, C., 287 Terrier, I., 241 Terrier, M., 241 Terros, C., 91 Tetresult, E., 214 Thomas, B., 287 Thomas, B., 104,287 Thomas, B., 214 Thomas, C., 241 Thomas, D., 105,181,214 Thomas, I., 187,241 Thomas, L., 156,287 Thomas, M., 287 Thomas, P., 192,287 Thomas, R., 102 Thomas, S., 241 Thomas, S., 214 Thomas, T., 140,141,153,190,191 Thomas, T., 241 Thompson, C., 241 Thompson, I., 287 Thompson, R., 287 Thompson W. 133,214 Tictel, R., 214 Tieps, I., 214 Tierney, D., 214 Tierney, Mr., 42 Timmennan, C., 287 Tindall, A., 135,287 Tisdale, R., 190,214 Tittles, C., 287 Toboz, D., 125,241 Todd, C., 214 Tolley, C., 104 Tomb, H., 241 Tompkins, B., 241 Tomsick, L., 287 Tomson, P., 214 Torbert, S., 214-- Torchia, A., 190,191,287 Torontali, M., 135,287 Torres, D., 214 Torres, O., 104,288 Towne, V., 241 Traband, G., 105,214 Traband, M., 100,90,91,106,116,123,160, 161,288 Tracter, A., 91 Tracy, W., 121,288 Traister, A., 214 Trathen, D., 288 Travis, G., 288 Tremsky, K., 214 Trichter, C., 102,105,241 Trick, B., 123,145,144,161,288 Trivitt, K., 103 Trobinger, C., 241 Trott, J., 242 Trotta, A., 288 Twin, K., 242 Trunkle, R., 242 Tudor, s., 214 Union I., 215 Updegraff, J., 77,s1,111,123 132 156 157,288 Upshaw, R., 123,144,145 Urbanek, R., 242 Ursprich, T., 114,137 ,288 Usinger, S., 86,121,123,148,149 288 V VanBrocklin, C., 96,122,135,288 Vance, R., 146,288 VanDeGrich, F., 288 VanDeGruk, B., 242 Van Cuen S., 288 Vaughters, B., 288 VanGundy, I., 215 Va.nNostrand, G., 215 Varone, L., 242 Vaught, C., 215 Vega, L., 131,242 Veiling, Miss, 44,144 Veit, V., 156,288 Verdi, A., 242 Verga, L., 242 Vergan, L., 215 Veri, I., 176,180 Verone, L., 132 Vickers, B., 120,288 Vickers, D., 99,242 Vickers, R., 135 Vilbas, M., 242 Vincent, D., 215 Vinette, C., 289 Vinocur, S., 215 Virog, W., 114,181 Virag, W., 105,242 vifch. M., 242 Viviano, Mr., 39,146,147 Vogt, D., 134,289 Voit, S., 215 Vollmer, I., 215 Volpe, M., 215 Voluck, I., 139,289 Voss, Mrs., 39 Y Yarly. I, 216 Yame, R., 216 Yarno, D., 128,185,291 Yeagle, D., 129,291 Young, B., 216 Young, K., 181,216 Young, F., 135 Young, T., 216 Young, L., 135 Yuhas, P., 75,216 Tufo, R., 288 Turbert, S., 214 Turner, D., 99 Turner, R., 214 Twitchell, P., 96,131,214 Tyler, L., 157,288 Tyree, D., 242 Tyson, L., 215 U Udell, S., 215 Ulman, L., 153,242 Ulrich, R., 288 Underwood, R., 215 . 1 .I Z Zaas, M., 133,142,216 Zagler, I., 216 Zalewski, B., 125 Zane, L., 216 Zappi, B., 216 Zeider, S., 129 Zeitzer, I., 124 Zellars, Mr., 193 Ziemer, C., 104 Zimmerman, C., 135 Zimmerman, I., 130,136 Zirnmemlan, R., 104,133 Zinn, K., Zoppalo, 216 C., 216 ,181 Zucker, J., 117,153 Zwolmskl, P., 92,117,11s,1s1 134 .BME JJPAQ 7 LD ld 0 l K2 ffl!! 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