Theodore Roosevelt High School - Saga Yearbook (Bronx, NY)

 - Class of 1942

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Well, lel us hope you will carry wiih you some of 1' ese-some useful fhings you have learned and, more imporranf, fhe arl' of learning, an inquiring mind, good healfh habifs, a 'I'as+e 'For 'lhe beifer lhings in uri, music, and li+era+ure, a love of nalure, a zesl +o be- somebody and accomplish somefhing, experience in living wirh oihers, and 1'he same regard for 'ihe righfs of olhers lhdf you expecl' for your righfs. Bur l hope you willl carry wiih you also some pleasani memories fhaf will cheer you when rough weolher comes as if is bound 'lo do, 'lhe recollecrion of many happy and profiiable days in lschool, of congenial companionships, of unforgeffable occasions 'lhaf broughl' you very close fo fhe school and your school males. And whaiever elselyou carry, you will always have wirh you +he besi' wishes of your leachers and youriprincipal. A pleosanl voyage ro you all. May all your days be RED LETTER DAYS, rich in "laugh+er and 'lhe love of friends." l i l William W. Rogers. l l "lj , " 5-fgeirv. , , I 52' ,, 'Vi IQI Y xi I Ig., I 'ug yr' . I 'I , I fs A .- -I ,' , RICHARD SCHEIB You who are complefing four years of high school work could noi have been guilfy of many follies in fhe years gone by. Even fhough you have underfalcen deliberafely fo commif fhese harmless FOLLIES OF '42, fhe creafion of This bool: was wifhouf doubf a serious prob- lem, involving many wise discus- sions and decisions. May you be successful in your fufure days. ,. . , ALICE RICHARDS Farewell 'Io fhe Class of .Iune I942. May your follies of fhe fufure never be more 'I'han your follies of 'Ihe pasfll And may your follies af my age never be greafer 'I'han my follies af your age! And-lasl' and mosI' opfimisfic wish. of all - may fhe conlemplafion of I'he follies of us oldsfers preserve you from all follies save 'Ihose of youngsfersl HERMAN LUTZ There is al' presenl' very Ii'H'le fime for fallcing. All our efforfs musl' be given 'Ioward one obiecfive. You graduafes of .Iune I942 are aloouf 'ro fake your place in fhis fremen- dous sfruggle. II' will noi' be easy and many fimes you will wani' fo give up buf if will require an exfra efforl' of will fo give and give. LeI"s all pul' our shoulders 'Io fhe wheel. Good Luck! T I TO Miss MARY E T Nonews WHO . fx SE UNFAILING ENCOURAGEMENT, SYMP h ATHY AND AID HAS SPURRED US EVER ONWARD TO THE COM- PLETION OF A SAGA WE WI HIGH SCHOOL DAYS. LL TREASURE AS A MEMENTO OF OUR TO THOSE IN THE SERVICE WHO HAVE ' RISKED THEIR LIVES TO FIGHT AGAINST BRUTAL sAvAGEs so THAT we MIGHT I HAVE LIBERTY. I -- ELAINE LOWENHIKIL rnu.l.la nnnlvua .u-uns: MCUUNALD HESTHER ROT 1 , ' H UM JOSEPH WEINBA smiqr Trecxurer Senior Presidenl' Senior Vice-Fresidenf BERG j iaafor-in-cm! I , C0-Edifor-in-chief 3 . , , E If Y 1-,,,,.,.v1.1hnQ -Lam.: ' LILLIAN TIBALDI MAmoN TROIANO wlulun SWENY HARRIET wANG:n . Bufineii clllllfmflll Picfure Chairmen Ari Chairman cifqq-ion ghairman A 5 AE, 5 Q , W1 4 N 1-q4'g.y IVR l f X 0 y 1 I W ll, 1 x Sym gtk, Ox r R A-CIJEFT L49 Pu -s ix'-Q QS X X Q ff! YQ "All fhe world is a sfage And all fhe men and women merely players." Shakespeare Commencemenf Day! The consummafion of all our youfhful as- pirafions and desires. The goal we have been sfriving for fhese many long, hard years. Nervous, and frighfened of fhe unknown, we edge ouf onfo fhe sfage of life fo become some of ifs players. Will our scripf be fragic or comic, beaufiful or sordid? Shall we play fhe leading role or only some minor parf in fhe greaf fheafre of fhe world?, Doubfs and fears besef us. They haunf us af nighf and come upon us during fhe day fo faunf us. Whaf will fhe fufure bring? The World's fheafrical programme is greaf and varied. Many are fhe roles one can play. Someday you may be fhe one whose name will blaze in neon lighfs in "Life's Theafre," and fhen, we will say, "And llhere was a fime when success seemed fo her as disfanf as fhe sfars fhemselves." Now, we leave behind fhe beloved follies of youfh fo become mafure men and women. The world is ours fo conquer! We are fhe fufurelof America! We shall carry on. The' show musf go on and we shall give fhem a beffer show fhan ever before! Esfher Rofhberg . 7- T L , XX K' X 1-ur-M X WELCOME SPRING 'Tis early morning of lovely spring, The warm sun shines and fhe robins sing, y The lovely flowers are now in bloom, Wifh violefs and lilies of sweef perfume. The fulips grow in fheir shady bed, Some yellow, purple, and some brighf red. The warm, soff wind blows 'round and 'round, 'Tis fruly a mosf lovely sound. Children in fhe parlc gaily shouf and run, Dogs frislc and -bark, faking parf in fhe fun, Friend greefs friend wifh cheery ring, On fhis lovely morning of early spring. Rose Americo N 4 A ln Seplember, l938, a class of new laces enlered Roosevell. They came as line a group of youngslers lhal can be assembled in any one place anywhere. They had nalural ambilion and dreams ol doing big lhings. They were simple sludenls who soughl lhe knowl- edge Roosevell had lo oller. They were lo be lhe gradualing class of June I942. Now lhe lime of gradualion has come and looking back we lind lhal lhey were pleasanl days. There were days of hard work and sludy, and lhen again lhey were days ol enioymenl and enlerlain- menl. We 'found lhal Roosevell had much lo oller. There were clubs, dances, leams, and many olher groups where one could gel logelher and really enjoy lhemselves. Now lhis is all over and done wilh. Anolher chapler of life has ended and a new one is aboul lo begin. The imporlanl queslion is, "Whal is our lulure lo be?" Some of us will be doclors, some lawyers, olhers will be plain laborers, and some will be businessmen. Regard- less ol whal' we are going lo be, we realize we owe a debl of grali- lude lo our leachers who have done lheir besl lo give us as line an educalion as possible. We leave Theodore Roosevell High School wilh deep apprecialion ol our principal, Mr. William Rogers, and lhe Adminislralive Slall who have made our slay al Roosevell, a pleasanl one. We lhe gradualing class leave our sinceresl besl wishes and- GOD bless us all, EVERY-ONE! ! ! Joseph H. Weinbaum XX X xxfg, WONDROUS DREAMER gf, There musl have been an angel in lhe moon guiding me, There musl have been a cloud in lhe sky lo see, Tell me why il is I am in love wilh lhee? Walking in lhe winler's air. X' Walking in lhe sun-lighl brings me a lune, A Seems lo bring visions of flowers in June ' Now how could l know, was il lold in a rune7 X Falling in love wilh you. I Q s I see your piclure each nighl, you know, f 2 Even when l'm oul lramping in lhe snow. All Tell me you're lhe one and lhe winds may blow, X W Dreaming of my wondrous one. f AX L. Wray Talleur RICHARD SCHEIB MRS. ALICE RICHARDS Q 0 X X ?- r f Q! 2 C f , N ' -J 108939 QM Q an X aw X MN L 'Sv GYM M - 41 6- ff Q.-L33 QED' 6, f"7 - A ' Q JP. M wig 9 A N G !'Uv ' , lu VF- X 5. w -if - A I PHYSICS LAB ww ' H H.. 1" H 2:1 'UW- W w' ww 's uw 'M ,Q M., We Ain!! Mumk: sffg ff Wm -'- , eff TL If ff T X ,J 5 M Q f 4 ff M 2 Z , if Z 1 N Q fig. s 4 if -- ' WWE ' Ti f exif is .4 A :WWW MarTial Tnusic, wiTh seT, impressive rhyThm, The blare oT bugles, The beaT arld roll of drums, sTirs and rouses our naTion in This TaTeTul year of I942. The music is powerful, buT lilTing. Men, The world over, march in Time To The music of The drum and bugle. Such is The music of The manl known as The March King, The greaT John Philip Sousa. ln This couhTry, such marches as "STars and STripes Forever" and "Hail To The Chief" keep our boys' TeeT in sTep. Their courage is high as They leave Their homes. BUT-alThough They do noT smile as Their hearTs beaT in rhyThm wiTh The drum, Their ThoughTs are of vicTory and oT a happy TuTure. The marTial sTrain, wiTh iTs maiesTic inspiring rhyThm, is making Their blood Tlow more hoTly, Their courage and TaiTh in The TuTure burn more Tiercely. BuT-Thel Time will come when men will lay down Their arms and TyranTs will cease To rule. Then we shall have music! We shall hear a new music! lT will be The music oT peace, of courage, of The dreams come True, and desires Tulfilled. This music will be as lilTing as a Viennese vfalTz, or a Cole PorTer melody, as sparkling as a gypsy dance, and as scinTillaTing as The music of our SouTh American neighbors. ,IT will beaT wiTh a rhyThm as sTrong and as vibranT as The pulse of The men and women who will make The world a place of peace. And, under all iTs moods There will be a sTeady Throb. As George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" resounds wiTh The pulsaTion of a greaT ciTy and iTs inhabiTanTs, This will resound wiTh a similar Throb- bing. The Throb will be The pounding oT giganTic machines, noT operaTing Tor The desTrucTion oT mankind, buT Tor iTs beneTiT. IT will be The consTrucTion of mighTy dams and reservoirs Tor power, noT oT Tyranny buT of liberTy. lT will be The inner Throb in a man, as he labors To supporT himself and his Tamily, noT a laruTal masTer. IT will be The Throb of men's hearTs giving Thanks Tor peace and freedom. IT will be The Throb oT a joyous, Thankful world. Such is The music we, who are going To face This TuTure and upon whom The 'successful ouTcome of The same depends, shall have. +1 l Hilda Greiman l '. T A T x IX " f , A , 'Ii Q sw WWW" The breezy fall of I938 finds Theodore Roosevelf High School generously opening her gafes fo a pack of boisferous carefree young- sfers, fhirsfy for knowledgei?l. Life wifhin fhe walls of fhis maiesfic sancfuary of knowledge, is a new experience for a group of new, lively sfudenfs. Time Marches On! ! ! ln I939 fhese growing youngsfers begin feeling af home in fheir new school. ln facf fhe roufine of high school life becomes a vifal parf of our daily exisfence. In fhe disfanf horizon, furbulenf, dark clouds gafher over Europe. Time Marches On! l ! l940 marks fhe invasion of Roosevelf High, a minufe arsenal of democracy, by refugees in whose eyes are reflecfed fhe misery of war-forn Europe. War falk has repercussions even in our own classrooms. Time Marches On! l l l94l finds our counfry, our schools, war-conscious. The deafhly specfre of war has succeeded in casfing ifs grim shadow also over fhe happiness of our beloved nafion and we are realizing fhaf we are headed probably for fhe darkesf period of our generafion. Time Marches On! ! ! l942 gives a flaffering porfraif of fhe once-awkward youngsfers, now blooming info charming, courfeous, young men and women. When we firsf enfered fhis insfifufion, our childish menfalify did nof permif us fo see beyond a limifed horizon, and we merely sef gradua- fion as our goal. Today, affer four years, fhe goal for which we sfrove has been reached. Our efforfs are finally crowned by success! Buf whaf now? Shall we confinue in fhe pursuif of knowledge or shall we choose a career in some ofher field? Be if one or fhe ofher, we are, neverfheless confronfed wifh one of fhe mosf difficulf fasks ever handed down fo a new generafion. ln all our sfruggles, successes and failures we shall always look back wifh pleasure fo our dear, old Alma Mafer. Time MGFCi1eS On! Rqzzqri 'WX' ,, - XX fy lg? exilxiigsl .Sf Yagi Ax Q1 ill 455 T . 1 :Un N' AJ , ms -1 5. 'Swv' 3 if X X 5 .1" : A ,-. 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The G. O. elecfions are on! Scene 3 A waferfronf. Time Some fime affer school hours lEnd of 'rhe monfhl. Acfion y A poor down-hearfed liHle senior is sfanding near +he wafer and wondering whefher he should drown himself or go home and face his parenfs wifh his gruesome reporf card. Scene 4-T An official classroom. l Time l March, I942. Acfion A bewildered senior is digging deep down info his poclrefs frying 'lo see if he has any money leff affer paying buf a small porfion of his senior dues. Scene Sl Economics Laborafory. Time Any fime during schoolhours in lafe March. Evenf l A group of anxious seniors are gafhered around fhe pros- l'ra+ed form of one of fheir fellows who is frying his besf fo smile for fhe phofographer so fhaf his Senior picfures will be beaufiful. Acl ll l Scene I A school hallway. Time Lafe March, during period changes. l Acfion A lower senior is laughing himself sick al' fhe sighf of an unconcerned upper senior who is wearing his quainl' li'Hle senior haf upon his quainf liffle dome. Scene 2l Joe Sfuden+'s home. Time 1 I2:00 o'clock midnighf-April I942. O C Nl f Q 'N 1 Acfion A poor suffering senior is buried behind a pile of books ' and is frying his bes+ io siudy for 'lhe coming Mid-Term Examinafions. """"" "" ' f WHAT A LIFE! 3337 Scene 3 Joe S+udenf's porch. EE! W llll Yilix' Time All day long-Easier Vacafion. E 'iii ' ' ' ' I ff.-ffiffii. Achon There is nofhlng 'lo say, for Joe Sfudenf has been sleeping 'rhere and will conlinue +o sleep fhere for fhe durafion of 'rhe Easier Vacafion. ' Scene 4 Boy's Gymnasium. Time May 8, 1342. Acfion l+'s Red Le'H'er Day and a fall, disfinguished looking girl is a'H'empfing io smile despife 'lhe wounded foes she is receiving from The enormous feel' of some four-fool' senior ai' fhe dance. Scene 5 A school hallway again. Time Early June, l942. Acfion Some shivering individual is walking along wiih his hands in his pockeis frying his besf +o whisfle. He has iusi discovered fhaf he passed +he Regenls Examinafion wi'rh a clean cuf 65. Whew! Scene 6 An official classroom. Time Early morning in 'lhe official period. Aciion A group of sfudenfs are arguing and beafing lheir brains ou+ over -lhe queslion of who looks more beaufiful in fhe Senior Saga Picfures Secfion. Scene 7 School Audiforium. Time Lafe June, l942. Ac+ion A robed young man is ascending fhe sfeps of fhe audi- lorium plafform. He has a gracluaiion cap on his head, il' looks like -yes, i+ is a diploma in his r-r-r-righ+ hand: and he does have lhal' sheepish Graduafion look on his face. Could if be possible? Can if really be frue? Do you lhink--. Why yes, yes of course, he is. He's really graduafing from Theodore Roosevelf High School, and for fhe very reason fhaf 'lhis is such a happy ending, our ploy is over. l hope you enioyed il. lFif+een minufe inferval for applause, ovafion and cafching of breafhl TH E END Arfhur Kane reg,-.X 995 at X X " fi ' 'Q EEE asf' za f3 1 i S " lllllll' ' UI if 1 . "ES A T W irlmlm are f 111 C, fu f I E In ml algal A Sueag l4FRH 5 R Me Riding on lhe subway and walching whal goes on among lhe passelngers will show you more clearly, "How much lolly lhere is in human affairs!" Like anls scallering lrvhen lheir anl hill is broken is lhe confusion on lhe subway plallorm as a lrain is pulling inlo lhe slalion. However, when lhe anls disperse, il is in silence. When llhe rush lor lhe lrain begins you will hear oulbursls like lhis: "Quil shoving", "Gel olf my lool!"p "Ouch!"g Excuse me Lady." l won'l venlure as lar as lo say lhal anls are more inlelligenl lhan people, allhough al lhe Al will has limes l begin lo wonder, bul lhey seem lo be more orderly. Now we are in car and, il you were llasler lhan lhe person nexl lo you, you have a seal. almosl every slop yonl will nolice lhis lype of person enlering lhe car. He come in, slop al lhe end ol lhe car and, inslanlly, spol an emply seal. He become an experl al lhis lhrough years of praclice. He is capable of allaining remarkable speed in case someone wishes lo beal him lo lhe seal. A person who deselves a Iillle pily is usually found in lhe cenler of a very crowded car and is lgjying lo work his way lo lhe door. As lhe lrain is nearing lhe slalion, he is polile in asking lhe people lo lel him lhrough. Bul, lhe lrain is almosl al a slandsllill and he isn'l making much headway. His voise is losing lhal polile loneg he is no longer asking polilely, bul commanding lhe people lo lel him lhrough. His old loolball spiril comes back as he makes a desperale plunge 1 A for lhe door, lhe onlyland linal way of gelling oul. Once he is oulside lhe car, ' ' he again assumes lhcl quiel, unrulfled poise wilh which he slarled. Anolher lype is a female usually quile plump, who enlers lhe car, has spied l a lililli space irbelween lvlo min. She walks org' wilh abnonphalarglnairi-Tnd pro- i.o..i cee s o go un o a very in eres mg maneuver. IS a com ma lon o e awanan -, I f x ri hula dance and lhe rhumba. Finally, aller a Ii++le shove here and a slighl push H ,Ui HL lhere, and a polile, "Excuse me," she maneuvers inlo lhe seal. '55 ' 1 "' 'QL7-I, 1. 'Ll . i Ai" 'lil 'l'EFE?l - No slories ol lhe lsubwa would be complele wilhoul lhe well-known gum . II . ,qu l Y eq. -H lla. 5f..i WI- :J . . -axigip Qginllllg-mlyf chewers. Perhaps lew people know lhal lhere is more lhan one way of chewing Lf.--' iw your gum. Usually a man iusl munches wilhoul opening his moulh and is lhe lli!'r. J ' quielesl ol lhem all. 'l'hen lhere are lhe "gum poppers," usually, lhe girls being Ni Aff-F-'!.-'ll '7 4 X 1 beller al lhis. By a skillful coordinalion of lhe longue and a loolh lusually a molarl f "'2"""l""'l a lillle " o " is emilled which, if conlinued over a long period of lime, becomes Z3 Q .:-.-:.-:eef-'--:- P P l I A s Q x I very annoying. Yel lhe One and Cnly, lhe lops in gum chewinq is lhe girl who QQSQE sounds like a small pop-gun and gazes inlo space wilh conlenled bovine placidily. QQ : S H Joseph Crocco swemtlg S will P liiiigwfiffl l s X X .xxx f x f J y l gg ' 3- Q lg' .1 el 5 A .Q-,, , I my LTTI 56 xxxxxxxl vigil' ll 'lil Q T Baskefball ficlcefs! Baskefball ficlcefsl The familiar cry is again heard in fhe corridors of Theodore Roosevelf High School. The once? happy freshman is arguing wifh fhe insisfenf senior fhaf, in fhe firsf place, he has only one dollar which is fo lasf him all week, and sec- ondly, his friends are definifely nof baskefball fans, and are going fo fhe movies Safurday. Buf, fhe senior does nof give upg so, before fhe lafe-bell has rung, fhe poor vicfim is frudging fo his fyping class muffering under his breafh, and wondering how in heaven's name he allowed a brainless senior fo sell him a ficlcef fo a game he has no infenfion of seeing. Some members of fhe sfudenf body have cerfain fechniques which fhey exercise fo gef rid of fhe salesman before fhey break down and buy of him. ln February, fhe Square Deal announces fhaf our G. O. musf have a presidenf and all fhe frimmingsg and on Friday, af fhe Assembly, we meef all our prospecfive leaders. We learn fhaf one of our hon- orable presidenfs-fo-be has had a 99.9 average for 8 ferms, and belongs fo every honor sociefy of fhe school, and has won enough service and scholarship pins wifh which fo build a bomber lwhich gives me an ideal. Wifhouf much considerafion, we are 'sure he is fhe man-buf-our ofher candidafe, as we lafer learn, helps his mofher wifh fhe dishes, besides, so I resolve fo vofe for him. Comes Monday, and we vofe. Of course, by fhis fime, we forgef which secrefary if was 'rhaf wore fhe red blouse, and which was on fhe foofball feam. So, we resorf fo fhe good old eenie-meenie-minie- mo sysfem, or fhe hey-Jane-which-one-should-I-vofe-for sysfem. Some- fimes and forfunafely enough we use our brains and vofe for fhaf person who we fhinlc will benefif our beloved G. O., and, if's never happened fhaf we were acfually sorry because we elecfed any par- ficular officer. lThaf fakes care of any enraged officer who was ready fo file suif againsf me.l Our brainless senior and our campaigning husflers are lslighflyl exaggerafed examples of our adverfisers. They are a preview of fhe fufure salesmen of America, who, when 'lhey are ready for if, will sell us ficlcefs for World Series games and sell us fhe idea of vofing for Mr. John Jones for presidenf, nof of fhe G. O., buf of fhe U. S. 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Nl, Y U 424 ' J., an , ez, . - 4,55 ,. ,mv . .mf T' - . ,sear- ,F if ww, I ,fm- 1: H. In 5 In V' 1 . J r ,, u .L ,gl .L J, " i "Nm I - w 1. AIRPLANE CLUB PING-PONG CLUB GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM fqsmm 1 L' - S 9 Qui . . EC, L3 , , f A!! Ne i X I1-" J wr f T '1 X ' I Once u on a midni hi' drear I Nigel, ia 'II P 9 Y. y gb Q m. Q ry While we pondered weak and weary I Q f13 X4 FQ, A - On our 'I'erm 'I'es'Is, in 'I'he offing E G ? 'i X IHXY X jf I There came a sound of sarcasfic scoffing. iv LU? X Abouf we +urned and faced +he door U y R gi' And fhis, fhis is whaf we saw: 9 fy' A greaf, biack bird ou , X XQ 3 A Aboui' which we had heard M Had invaded our haven . ,lf 'miiiif IT WAS THE WELL-KNOWN RAVEN! 'WI' 4 MII' mils, I have come +0 fell a +aIe +o you g T' SO LISTEN CLOSE, AND HEAR ME THROUGH. Q5 NN '-v , ' , 1,4 A "er S ' 1 - I ""l !"f-.,,nn-1 , Sunni, N H l've Iooked info 'I'he fufure, and ihis is whaf I saw: 41- PhyIIis Hanioris and John Kos'I'eIidis, Ihai' mosi' popuiar iwosome, are meeiing hun- dreds of people daily-welcoming 'I'he incoming I'rains af Grand Cenfrai for Ihe Chamber of Commerce. y "Sugar" Kane's doing a greaf deal of iIIusI'ra+ing-Have you seen +he Ia+es+ penciiled mousi-aches on Ihe subway posfers? While Bernie Rapapori' is working in +he Theafre now-Ge+ your programs here! Gei' your programs here! And speaking of +he Ar+s-Olga Razzari has iusf compIe+ed Ihe Greaf American Novel "How Red Was My Face"-There's never been anyfhing Iike if! Guess whar? Fishman's Foiographyi Firm is now doing Senior Picfures for dear old Rooseveli High. IBy Ihe way, how pid yours come ou'r?I Beware Gable, Grable, Power, Lamour Here are Jo Fay and Mori' Rubin IMa+ureI. Your lwo afhlefes, Harrie? Wanger and John Di Menna, are operafing a gym- nasium. They're helping women keep down "dowager's hump" and men, from building up "bay-windows." A+ a well-known nigh+ club, Wray Taileur is l'hrea'l'ening 'lhe popularify of Dab Dalloway fhe Harlem Hellion. Jennie Sanforo ancl Frank Ramundo have iusl inifiafed a new dance "The S+rep+ococcus S+omp," which is as "ca+chy" as fhe measles. True fo form, Carl Schlesinger, class wif, has iusi' published his aufobiography, "lnklings of an lnebriafed ln+ellec+" or "LiH'le lnk Spofs Grow fo Be Big Blo1's." Jeanne Waldman is now employed by fhe Keep 'Em Klanging Klock Kompany! llronical, eh?l And CoqueHe Bernice Hayman, resoriing io fears, finally caused Frascino's Waierloo and fhe end of his bachelor days. Mosl' likely io succeed, Mildred Morris, is in The hurley-burley of Washingfon lCon- gressl-She sweeps up afier each session. Noi' omiffing some facis and "figures"-Joe Cornacchio, longing fo be more like Charles A'rlos, fook his course. Buf, because he sfarfed wi1'h fhe wrong chap'l'er, he's now +he human "s+ringbean" wifh fhe circus. Sylvia Kaminsky, of fhe classy chassis, Took an excess of Vifamin A, B, C, D, e'lc. pills. Now 'lhey make an ideal couple. Salvafore DiGangi and Audrey Loebl look very smarl'-he, in his "zoo+" sui'r and she, in her "draped" crepe. And ihal' lypical high school couple, J. McDonald and J. Rafhburn, can sfill be seen af fhe Sugar Bowl having a chocolafe ice cream soda-wifh l'wo sfrawsi Thus spake fhe bird This was all we heard. And wifhoul more ado Far away he flew. ' , ,. .. Despile cries for an encore, " A He only squawked "Nevermore." I 12,9 Hilda Greiman, Rifa Exarhos X IJ? .L 5 f f C Q 9 NMAQZ '4 4- J fs 6535553 M X . f 1 ,ZZTZX a f me S' X, H M X gb up if Smehqhz N 2 J "' -- l8',,,,. mu- M -,TT fu WG j o CQAR A M P R UFXRST NXGHT ERS" X Chass BocheXor . . . ANTHONY FRPKSCXNO 7. Besk Groomed Boy . . SALVATORE DX GANG! 3 Besi' Groomed GM .... AUDREY LOEBL 4 Besk Boy Aihh-:ie . . JOHN DK NNENNA 5 Prekhesi GN . . . XOSEYHXNE PAY b Hondsomesi Boy .... NKORTON RUBXN 7 Mask Uhehf 'co Succeed . . NKXLDRED MOP-RNS 8 Mos? Popuhmr Boy .... JOHN KOSTELXDXS 1 9 'NpXcoX H3gh Sched GM . . SEAN RATHBU9-N 0 'NpKc.oX High SchooX Boy . XAMES MCDONALD H Mosi Popuhav GM . . . PHYLLVS HANXOTV5 ' ue . . . XOSEPH CORNACCHXO 1 VZ Besk Yhqsxq I , L, 'E 62 I mf 4 A ,Q 5 , 3 1 A --,M rfglhg :., 5 e lf ! l ax, 1, 3- A f 5 . fi' . 'mga -f , 1 ,. J A i h F' ky sw h A r fy gg, x AQ ,gr ,Q PRO GRAM "B ACK ST 3 Clos AGE" S13 5 Musician ..... WRAY TAILEUR I4 Class Dancer IGirU . . JENNIE SANTORO I5 Class Dancer IBoyj ...N FRANK RAMUNDO N I6 Class WH . . . . CARL SCHLESINGER A I7 Class Plwofographer . . LESTER FISHMAN h Ten O'CIocI' Scholar . . .IEANNE WALDMAN Y I9 Besf Figure IGirII . . . SYLVIA KAMINSKY 20 Besf' Girl Aflrlefe . . HARRIET WANGER Few 1 Class Player . . BERNARD RAPAPORT 22 Class Arfisf . . . . ARTHUR KANE Q 17 23 Class CoqueH-e . BERNICE HAYMAN ' 24 Class Wrifer . OLGA RAZZARI EMOKLNCT I , . fs. . 1, Q -gn, V s I as I O X X X X ,vp A 1 1'-N. x , A . A-in Q54 THE AVERAGE SENIOR LIKES . . . io read "Gone wifh ihe Wind" . . . io see "Arsenic and Old Lace" or "Le'l"s Face lf" . . . +o see "How Green Was My Valley" . . . 'lo sing "Blues in lhe Nighl"' . . . +o laugh ai Bob Hope . . . 'io lis+en 'ro Bob Hope's program, or fhe Make-Believe Ballroom or fhe Lux Radio Theaire . . . lo vole for Franklin Delano Roosevell . . . 'I'o read ihe Reader's Digesf . . . Terry and ihe Pirafes and Dick Tracy . . . +0 hear Dinah Shore sing . . . lo go swimming . . . 'lo read ihe Square Deal-or lhe New York Times . . . +o hear Harry James as +heir favoriie band leader . . . fo dance ihe Lindy . . . 'ro hear music composed by lrving Berlin . . . . lo dance io Harry .lames or Glenn Miller THE AVERAGE GIRL SENIOR LlKES . . . Errol Flynn and Tyrone Power . . . 'lo go 'lo Hunfer THE AVERAGE BOY SENIOR LIKES . . . BeH'e Davis and Lana Turner . . . io go 'lo Fordham SONGS OF THE SENIORS Breaihless . . . Did l Pass? Blues in 'lhe Nighf . . . Only 647, Deep in 'rhe Heari' of Texas . . . Affer fhe Regenfs'-no+ deep enough Dear Mom . . . l can explain l Sfruck a March in +he Dark . . . buf ihe proclor caughl' me Na+ Mine . . . 857: One For All, All For One . . . iusl' before a 'l'es'l This ls No Laughing MaHer . . . Four D's The Anniversary Wallz . . .'Seven limes a Senior Why Don'+ We Do This More Offen? . . . Homework Milfon Luger -,Z Ky V ,fx ,1- 7:30 a.m.-Jump up, gel washed, dressed, and eah have all my books in one place, have all my homework done 'lhe nighl before, and am oul of lhe house by 8:l0. A brisk, 20 minule walk peps me up and gels me fo school early. 8:00-Wake up from my dream, ge? washed, dressed, and eaf, do my homework, look for my books and am back in bed by 8:I0. Sleep +ill 8:29V2, and am oul' of +he house by 8:30. A brisk, 20 minule walk +o school makes me la+e lo official class. 9:00-My lirsl' period. Time 'lo look forward +0 ealing lunch. l now have one of lwo alfernalives. Shall I draw piclures or lis+en fo fhe feacher? 9:40-Ah! There goes lhe warning bell, and look' al all 'lhe preHy boals, planes, and lanks +ha'r l've made! Time fo review whal' l have learned fhis period. lPause for a one-second summary of lhe evenls leading up 'lo World War I.l . . . l now have a clear and concise picfure of fhe leacher marking me down for no'r knowing loday's work. There goes 'lhe gong, ending lhe firsl period. lThis bell never fails lo send me info a france, from which lam awakened by lhe sound of lhe bell ending lhe second period., l0:30-And now, on 'lo fhe gymnasium lboysl where l will be ques- 'lioned as lo my whereabouls as of yeslerday, lhe lhird period. However, l have an excuse, so l am safe from fhe clufches of Mr. Luiz-lhis 'l'ime. l I:l5-l musl' now look for my friend lo whom l lenl' my English home- work. Here he comes now, iusl' in lime lo fell me fhal he's forgo'Hen lo bring il' lo school. Oh, well, lhis isn'l' lhe firsl' zero l've golfen in English. I2:00-l've iusl' come from English, during which my leacher warned me l'ha'l l musl' do beiler work or l won"l' gel lhe mark l've been expecling. ll ask you, how can anybody gei lower +han a zero?l l am now done for lhe day, excepl 'lhal' l musl remain unfil 'lhree o'clock lo serve delenlion. lFor reason, see paragraph slarfing "8:00".l While l'm wailing, l lhink l'll calch up on my sleep: since l'here's nofhing else +o wri'l'e aboul, I mighl' as well close 'lhis column for loday. Goodnight Carl Schlesinger X v 0 X LAI MZ fx'-I will L swam, Individually, lhe members of 'lhe class of June l942, being of sound mind and of philanlhropic disposilions, and realizing +ha'l our oufsfancling lalenl' mighf go lo wasfe if nor properly dislribufed +o our beloved feachers, we publish This, our Lasl' Will and Tesfamenr, hereby revoking and making null and void all ofher Wills and Teslamenfs by us herelofore made. MR. ROGERS: a special gifl' of six dozen of fhe besl qualify golf balls lrained 'ro go in lhe righl direcfion and never fo gel' losl. MR. SCHEIB: an alarm clock fo help keep unblemished his perfecl lwenly- live year record of aH'endance and punclualily. MRS. RICHARDS and MR. LUTZ: several soil plush upholsfered couches 'I'o accommodale 'lheir numerous involunfary young guesls. MRS. FINEMAN: a sound-proof room +0 keep her official honor class from dislurbing olhers wifh lheir incessanf sludying. MR. BERGER: a clapping machine lo applaud his fimely iokes. MISS SAXTON: a prinling press fo prinl' books for disfribulion among our armed forces. MISS MELENEY: a fool-proof sys'l'em for arranging and separaling 'lhose li'H'Ie blue cards so rhal' she will nor have 'lo hold a lele-a-leie wifh 'rhose who really have nor cu+. MISS SULLIVAN: senior hafs wifh elaslic aHached so lhai' she will be able 'lo remove lhem when fhey are worn in 'lhe class-rooms. MISS ROSENBLATT: a golden palelfe will-I golden pain? lubes and endless leisure lime fo work on her painlings. MR. NEWMAN: a call from Washinglon +0 place six hundred graduales. MR. BEEKMAN: six easy lessons from Don Budge +o help improve his very fine arf of racquel busling. MISS JAFFE: a permanenl' posilion as Mr. Lu+z's "assis+an+ dean of boys." MISS MCLAUGHLIN: a blow rorch lo lighl 'rhe lhree Arisfa candles. MISS GREENBERGER: lone of 'rhe besl read personsl an excellenl' besi- seller because il' is iusl' barely possible +ha+ she hasn'+ one. MRS. SCHNEIDER: cafeferia and a few ol-her assignmen+s because she hasn'+ anyfhing 'ro do wi+h her leisure lime. MISS ANDREWS: Iwenfy-five excellenl' suggeslions for Senior Saga +hemes so fhal she will have no fears of making 'lhe deadline for fufure Sagas. CODICIL No. I MISS CAPRICE: a pair of silver roller ska'l'es 'lo enable her 'lo lravel back and forfh from Mrs. Richards' OFFice fo Ihe Record Office more swif+ly. MR. GODNICK: +he Queen Mary 'ro enable him fo accommodafe all our G.O. members on fu+ure boa+ rides. MISS MORAN: an unlimiled bank accounl for lhe purchase of all lhe his- 'lory Iexl books she desires. MR. EVERARD: eleven freshmen who can run, pass, and kick like Grange, learn how lo keep fheir "Heads up" and can slay eligible. MR. HELLERBACH: a group of Ace salesmen who aclually collecl' money and noi promises for 'lhe sales of Senior Sagas. CODICIL No. 2 AUDITORIUM: a microphone 'lhaf doesn'+ whis'l'le or change fone iusl' when someone is making an allempl al a speech or song. CAFETERIA: rubber bo'Hles, 'Flexible silverware, and paper plafes so 'lhal' we can preserve lhe maferial we have on hand. This Will and Tesfamenf was signed, sealed and published by fhe class of '42 and wifnessed by fhe persons below. THE CLASS OF JUNE I942, Helen Sefslcy, Millon Luger and Joanne McCooIe. Tm- QSIN fi X wi, 9 fli A 0 l. I . LI. N ll I llzll' ill- if Miss M. Greenberger Mr. M. Berger Mr. H. G. Newman Mis, S, Jaffe Miss G. C. Mr. H. Beekman Mrs. A. Fmemon e swim 7,eacP1fJw Www IQ ABELMAN, MURIEL E. ABRAMOWITZ, CLARA ABRAMSON, SHIRLEY AGINES, MILDRED AJEMIAN, ALICE Bronze Service Ping Bronze Senior Arisfag Bronze Service Scholarship Ping Class Rep., Ping Spanish Cerfificaieg l00 2 Terms Word Pitman Pin ALGAVA. ELIZABETH ALI-IS. DOROTHY ALONZO- MERCEDES ALTSCHULER, DAVID Amemco, Rose L. 2 Science Cerlificafes ANASTASIO, HENRIETTA ANTELIS, JACOB ANTENUCCI, DOROTHY E. ANU-ITZ. l05EPf'UNE 0- . ARTHOFERi EMMA Sfeno. cenmcafe Bronze Service Pang Bronze Silver Service Pm Scholarship Ping l20 Word Pitman Ping Girls Large R 36 ASTER. JEANETTE M- AUERBACH. MYRA IaAcI-INER, soL BADAME, ROSINA BAKER, PHILIP Senior Aflsffli Bfonle Seflflce SCl9nC9C9ffmCa19i l00W0"d Bronze Scholarship Pin Championship in Sth Term Pin: Bronze Scholarship Pin: Pifmqn Pin sfeno comes Ecoisf Clubg Science Cerfifi- caiep l00 Word Pifman Pin r - IIAI.AMAcI, SYLVIA IIAIIIIAIIITA, MARIE A1 BECKOFF, WALTER w. BELETSIS. SPIRO HELTZER. ROY Bronze Service Ping Class Rep., 2 Terms: Sfafesman Club BENDERSKY, SYLVIA M. BENZOLA, THERESA G. BERGER, ELIHU BERGER, LILLIAN BERKOWITZ, ROSALYN I20 Word Pifmcn Pin Bronze Scholarship Ping Span- Senior Arisfag Bronze Schol- ish Cerfificafe arship Pin: Press Club: Pen R5 Edilcrial Staff, Square Deal 37 : BERNSTEIN, ARTHUR BERRY' RAYMOND J, BIEBEL, LILLIAN E. BINDLER, JEANETTEY BITTNER, BURTON A Senior Saga Comrnihee Bronze Scholarship Ping l00 Senior Arisfag Silver Service Word Pifman Pin Ping Boys Circle R3 Special Affairs R BIZZARO. FILOMENA BLACKER, SYLVIA BLOOM, JACQUELINE R, BLUM, MIRIAM BLUM, RHODA Bronze Service Pin BOCK, ROBERT BOGEN, WILLIAM BOHRMANN, MICHAEL BONAVENTURA, KATHLEEN BONGRAZIO, ANGELINA Bronze Service Ping Pan- Americon Club: 3 Ilallan Cerlilicafesg Senior Saga Commihee 38 3 ' BONOM, CLAIRE BOSSMAN, DOROTHY BOZIGIAN, ANNAHID BRADLEY, GEORGE W. BRICKEL, HARRIET Class Day Commiifeeg School Silver Service Ping Newman Senior Arislag Bronze Schol- Silvar Service Pin Play, "Wl1al a Life" Clubg Girls Gold Honor Ping orship Ping Biology Ceriifi- Senior Saga Commiffae cafe BRIGANTI, RENATA Senior Arisfag Bronze Schol urship Ping 2 llalian Cerlifi- cafesg I007, Regenls in ln- lermediafe Algebra 7311? , 1. ' - .- ve L4 W- Q., ', 'Nw' 'im ce E is . ,Ir BRODSKY, FLORENCE L. BROMBERGER, EDITH Senior Arislag Bronze Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping Gold French Medal BROWN, MARGARET M. Senior Arista: Silver Service Ping Silver Scholarship Ping fairs Club Girls Small R: Special Af- BUCCINO, EDITH M. Bronze Service Ping Silver Scroll BUCKLER, JACK BUHLEIER, JOHANNA E. CALABRESE, ALEXANDER M. CAI-ATHE5. JOHN W- CAL'-ICO. CARMEN Senior Arisiag Bronze Service Senior Arislag Bronze Schol- Silver 59"V5C9 Fifi! UYOHZB Ping Silver Scholarship Ping arship Ping Press and Sfafes- Schalf-Whip Pin Girls Small R man Clubs: Pen RQ School Play, "Whaf a Life" 39 ,-mug' S . V 'ya 4 1 N CARLUCCI, ROCCO Bronze Service Ping Ways and Means Commitree American Clubg 3 Ifqliqn fificafe Club: Italian Cerfificare Cerfificafes M A Y? r 2 w S, mv 1 L !' CESA. GUIDO CHATLINOFF. FANNY CHEMI, RACHEL CHESTMAN, DAVID M. Ifalian Cerfificafe Bronze Service Ping Science Cerfificafe - 'if--im-i 1 -v if - -- if H cms, L .1 .V --if - - ..a?'-T" .mr -- CARULLI, MARY C. CASTRONUOVO, AGNES CERBINI, ACHILLES CERNERA. pp-HUP V Bronze Service Ping Pan- Newman Club: Ifalian Cer- Guidance Group and Latin giiye, 56,-vice pin CHIRICO, ANGELO CIAMPOLI, JOSEPHINE CIOFFI, ANGELINA CIOTTO, CONSTANCE CIRIECO, JOSEPH CIROCCOI MARIANNE 2 lfalian Cerfificafes . GMS LHBVQVY Club , Rooseveli Volunfeers Club 40 I00 Word Pitman Pin CIVITANO, MARY A, OOFFINOI MAE COHAN, ETHEL COHEN, MURRAY COHEN, ROSALIND Silver Service Pin: Bronze Class Rep., 2 Terms: Class Silver Service Pin Silver Service Pin: Bronze Scholarship Pin: Hi-Y Club: Day Commihee Scholarship Pin: Ecoisl: Knif- Girls Gold Pin: 100 Word iin9. ROOSGVGH VOIUVWGBFSI Pifmqn pin Statesman Clubs i COHEN, SYLVIA COLOSACCO, ALDO CONTE, NORMA C. CORNACCHIA, JOSEPH A. CORTESE, JOHN COSENZA. VINCENT P- CRISCUOL0. NANCY C- ckocco, JosEPH M. cuenvo, Juom-4 cunen, SAMUEL BVONN 50"VlC0 HUF BFONU Bronze Service Pin: Pan- Baton R Scholarship Pin: Pan-Ameri- Ame,-icon Club: 2 Spanish can: Newman Clubs: 4 Ilal- Ce,-fificqfes ian Csrlificates 4 I D'ADAMOl CONCETTA D'ALBIERl, VIOLA D'AMBROS0, VICTOR DE CRISTOFARO, MARY DE FIORE, ANNA 100 word pggmqn pin I00 Word Pifman Pin I00 Word Piiman Pln . Qi ' 7 l Ti . DE GROSSO, ROBERT Bronze Service Ping Model Airplane Club oe LAURA, STELLA T. DEL GArro, PAUL DE NISI. FELICE DE NITTIS GEORGE 3,-one gm-Vic, pin Bronze Service Pin Bronze Scholarship Ping Hal- ian Certificate: Class Day and Red LeHer Day Com- miffees DE PALMA, RALPH DE Mao, TERESA DE slMoNe, ELISA DI BENEDETTO, INEZ D- DI BIASI. NICHOLAS Bronze-Scholarship Pin: Spy- Bronze Service Ping Bronze 'cial frffairs and Roossvoll 5Cl'0l0l'5hlP Plfli 1 HONG" Volun eers Clubs: Senior Hal' CEfimCflf9S Commiffee 42 f VF I- -I DI FEDE, ANITA DI GANGII SALVATORE J. DI GIANDOMENICO, DI GIESI. THERESA M. DI MARCO. NICOLETTA M. Hi.Y Club Bronze Service Pin: Bronig GLORIA Italian Cerfificaio Ifolian, Pan-American, Sfafas- Scholurship Ping Sfaiesman Halion Cerfificafe mon Clubs: Ifclian Cerfifi- Clubg Ifulian Cerfificafeg Cafe Senior Saga Ediiorial Sfaff ' A ii yi .1 ,Q ' I ., . I DI MENNA, JOHN DI RUSSO, LEONARD DISTEFANO, AGATHA DIX, NORMAN DONATIELLO, DORA L. 3 lfaliqn Cerfificqtgg Senior Arising Bronze Schol- Senior Arista: Pan-American arship Pin Club: 3 Ifalian Cerfificafesp Spanish Cerfificaiag Bronze Service Pin DONATO, EVA DONOHUE, AGNES C. DRECHSLER, WILLIAM IQROWOS. ANNA H. DUBROFSKY, DANNY sniffing P.Clubg I00 Word Bronze Service Pin I man In I 43 DUFFY. JOHN J- DUNDISH. HELEN Elc-ENFELD, HARVEY EISENBERG, MARILYN EISNER, SHIRLEY Bronze Service Pm EPSTEIN, GLADYS ESSER, JEAN EVENSEN, CARL A. EXARHOS, RITA FANGER, MARION Silver Service Pin: Senior BYONIG 56l'VlCB Pin Sago Ediforial Sfaff FAY. JO5EPl'llNE R- FAZEKAS, RUTH FEINSTEIN, BERNICE FELDMAN, SYLVlA FERNEZ. ROSE l00 Word Plfrndn Pin Bronze Service Ping Bronze Senior Arisiog Gold Service Class Rep., 3 Termsg lfolian ' Scholarship Ping Hi-Y Club: Pin: Bronze Scholarship Pin: Cffflflcclei C1055 DOY Com- Senior Sago Committee: l20 Ecoisf and Kniiilng Clubs "WINGS Word Plfmdh Pin l 44 FlNE, LILLIAN FINKELSTEIN, EDITH FINKELSTEIN, VIVIAN FINLEY, HELEN FIRE, ROSLYN Grade Rep., l Termg Da-af, Senior Arisfag Silver Service 50"l0l' Afiifai BWH18 5el'ViCG Roosevelt Volunfeer Clubsg Ping Silver Scholarship Pin Pin! BFONIS 5Ch0lG"ShiP Pin: Senior Saga and Ways and l20 Word Pifman Pin Means Commiffees .-, 'W' FISCHER, ALFRED K. FISCHER. JEROME FISHER, GLORIA FISHMAN, ESTHER FISHMAN, LESTER. 59'1l0" Afiifai BFOHZB Service Bfonle 59"VlC9 Pin? DU'Uf I20 Word Pifman Pin Bronze Service Ping Pholog- Ping Silver Scholarship Ping and Ari' Guild Clubsg Class raphy Clubg Senior Sago Press Clubg 3 Science Cer- DGY and Red I-eifil' DGY Commiflee iificales COYTVWIHGCS I gl FLEISCHMANN, RITA FORGANG, ANITA FRANKELg DANIEL FRANKEL, MALVINA FRASCINO, ANTHONY C. Bronxe Service Ping Bronze Bronze Service Ping I20 Word Bronze Scholarship Pin' I00 Brush R Scholarship Ping T.R.O. Sechg Pifman Pin Word Pitman Pin I Cheering R, Capfaing Red Lefier Day Commiffeeg I00 Word Piiman Pin 45 lv ' l ,. A FREEDMAN. FRED FUSCO, PATTY J. GARAGUSO, THERESA GARGIULO, ROSALIE GAROVOY, STANLEY Plane Club Newman Club: Italian Cer- Bronze Service Ping Grade Boys Circle R3 Boys Mana- fificafeg Senior Saga Edifor- Rep., l Term: Senior Sago Qvridli Bdforl R ial Slaff Ediforiul Sfaff and Senior Hal Commiflee GARRETTI MARIE V, GARRO, VIRGl.NIA 'M. ' GASKIN, DAVID GELD, FLORENCE GENSHAFT, LILLIAN BYOHN 5Ch0l0l'5l'lP PINE 3 Class Day Commiffeeg l00 Italian Ceriificofes word Pifmqn pin GIAIMO' LEONARD GILLEN' PATRICK J, GINIO, DOMINICK A. GIUFFRE, ALFRED T. GIUGNO, GLORIA Senior Arising Bronze Service Chemisfry and Pholography Girls' Liferary Club: Class Ping Spanish Medal: lfalian Clubs Day: Picfurag Senior Hal and Spanish Cerlificofes Cornmiffees 46 GLOGOVER, SHIRLEY GLUCKSMAN, STANLEY GOLD, SHIRLEY GOLDBERG, GLORIA GOLDBERGI JACK Bronze Service Ping I20 Word Bronze Service Ping IDU Word Pitman Pin Pifman Pin GOLDBERG, RUTH GOLDBERG, SYLVIA GOLDFARB, SELMA GOLDFLAM, BERNARD GQLDKLANG, MIRIAM Bronze Service Ping Medal In IOO Word Plfman Pin Bronze Service Pln Accounfing Club l l GOLDNER, HERBERT GOLDSTEIN, EVELYN GOLDSTEIN, IRENE S. GOLDSTEIN, MAY GOLDSTEIN, MILDRED Ways and Means Commiffeo Senior Saga Subscripfion Silver Service Pin Bronze Service Plnl Bl'0fl10 Commiffea Scholarship Ping Gold Pin: l00 Word Pifmun Pin 47 GOLDSTEIN, MIRIAM GOLDSTEIN, SYLVIA GOLIO, JOHN J. GONSALVES, VERONICA M. GONZALEZ, NILDA Bronze Service Ping Bronze Bronze Service Ping Gold Sclrolarship Pin Honor Pin f . U GOODMAN. RU5lN GOVER, CHARLES GRABENHOFER, MARGARET GRACIAN, JACK GRAUER, MIRIAM I Senior Arisfag Class Rep., 2 Senlor Arisfag Class Day: Roosevelf Volunleers, Ecolsf Terrnsg Grade Rep., l Term: Rad Leher 'Dayg Senior Saga Club: 5 Tefm TYPIHQ Clmm' Garrick Club, Boys Minor Subscripfion Commiflee Plof' R3 ICOM, Regenfs in Geem- ' elry GREENE, EWALD GREENGOLD, RUTH GREENSPAN, MIRIAM GREIMAN, HILDA GRIEFI RITA D'-Pal' Club: Claw DOY. Red Bronze Service Ping Class Senior Arising Gold Servlce Bronze Service Pin Leher Day Committees Rep., 2 Terms: l00 Word Ping Bronze Scholarship Pin: plfmqn Pin Slafesman Socieiy Club: Bi- ology Cerflficafeg Senior: Saga Ediforial Srcff 48 GRISSOM, BESSIE GROSSMAN. YETTA GRUPPOSO, FRANCES GUENDJOIAN, ALICE. Bronze Scholarship Pin: Eco- lsl Club: Class Day Commif- fee Ecoisf Club: Baton R GUERRA, GUSTINA Senior Arisfa: Bronze Schol- arship Pin: lfalian Club: 4 lfallan Cerlificales: 3 Lalln Certificates: Ways 81 Means Commiflee GUZOWSKI, HENRY F. .HANDELI ANNA HANFLING, PHYLIS HANGEE, GEORGE HANGEE, STEPHEN Silver Service: Bookroom R HANIOTIS, PHYLLIS S. HARRIS, HAROLD HARTZ, ETHEL Senior Arisfa: Bronze Service Silver Sm-vig. pin: png. Pin: Bronze Scholarship Pin: Sfqfggman Clubs: Pen R, Ed- Grade Rep., 2 Terms: Senior Marial 51-qff' Squqrg pm: Presidenf: Gold Pin HAYMAN, BERNICE Bronze Service Pin: Class Day: Pidure: Red Leher Day: Senior Saga: Ways and Means Commiifees HENNING, BLANCHE '49 HENRIKSON, VERA c.- HENRY, CATHLEEN G. HERKLOTZg JULIA HERMAN. ESTHER HERTL. JULIA Bronze Service Ping Girls sf'-'MU' SSYVICU Ping Plcfuro Bronze Service Ping Girls Smaufk Commlflee Gold Honor Pin HILL, JOHN F. I-IILs, JOHN HIND. HANNAH HIRSCH. MURIEL HOCHHAUSER, lRVlNG BYUMG 59l'VlC0 Pin! Glfll Bronze Service Ping Bronze Gold Honor Ping Plclurl 5qholql-,hip pin Committee , ...Q HOCHSTEIN, CLAIRE HOROWITZ, ESTELLE HOUSE, HELEN INKER, Mll.DRED P. JAEGER. CHARLES Class Day, Red Lelfor Day Class Rep., Z Terms clWmPl0" lf' 'Sl' Term TYP' CUNWNHNBS ing Confesl 50 JENNY, STELLA Senior Arisiag Bronze Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping Special Affairs Club: Class Day: Ways and Means Com- mifiees JANKO, CHARLOTTE F. Silver Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping Press Club: Pan R3 IOD Word Pifman Pin.: Editorial Sfaff, Square Deal :uzwAx, MATILDA KACHAJIAN, sl-QAMENA KALISH. MIRIAM KALMANSON, ANNA KAMINSKY, SYLVIA Z. KANAKOS, ANTONIA KANE, ARTHUR KANOFSKY, BEATRICE M Class Day and Piciure Com- Steno. Cerfificafeg Bronze Senior Hal Commilfee Bronge Scholarship Ping Gor- Kniffing Club miffees Medal in Sfeno. won in rick ClubgAr1'g Senior Saga Cify Wide Test: Champion- Ediforial Sfaff Commiheesg ship in Sfeno., Type. 7 School Play, "Whaf a Life"g Red Leher Day Play, "The Trysfing Place" KAFLAN, MARTIN KARP, IRVING S. KARPOFF, DIANA KARTEN, IRVING KAUFMAN, SYLVIA Roosevelf Volunfeers Club Stage R asian . l l 7,45 KELLY, MICHAEL KIRSCH, RITA Boys Maior R Bronze Service Pin KIRSCHNER, BETTY Silver Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping Girls Large Rp IOO Word Pitman Pirlg Championship in Slh Term Ping Pong KLATZ, ESTELLE ' KLEIN, DOROTHY Bronze Scholarship Pin KONOVITCHI THEODORE KOSTELIDIS, JOHN G. KOVALSKY, LEONARD H. KRAM, SALLY R. KRASNOW, MILDRED Silver 59,-vice Pin Senior Arisfag T.R.0. Presi- Bronze Service Ping Bronze danfp Boys Circle R3 School Scholarship Ping l20 Word Play "Whaf a Life!": I00'Z, Pifman Pin Regenls in European Hisfory, Infermediafe Algebra KRIKLYWI, ANNA KRONISH, WALTER KURTZ, ISABELL KURTZMAN, HELEN KUSIEN, SEYMOUR Nallonal Defense and New- Bronze Service Pin man Clubs 1 52 ,. : -9:24.12 . 'Q. kN LANG' LILLIAN M, LANGER, DOROTHY B. LATKEY, JOHN LAUBER. SFI-M4 LAURETANO, OARMELA 120 Word Pifmcn Pin Bronze Service Ping Dc-of Bronze SchoIarshIP Pm! '20 Club Sec'f, Word Pifmun Pin LEE, LILA -J, . . ,.. .HN LESMAN, ERWIN Accounting Club, Pres.: Sfafesmun Club: Arfp Class Day: Red Lefier Day: Senior Sago Commiffees J -, fr-ez77'T'H' if" ' O'-ffg-1, ::41:54gi,fDV A., 3 LEINOWI SELMA LEITNER, ELSIE LEMLI, SIMON Bronze Scholarship Pin LESKINENI HELEN I-3:-.Ly W 1-V! LESSERI THELMA LEVINE, JENNIE LEVINE, SHIRLEY LEVY, SAM UEL Bronze Service Ping Pon- American Club: Science Cer- fificofeg Boys Minor R3 Ba- fon R 53 2 s ,.. LEWIS, SHIRLEY J. LIEBERMAN, BENJAMIN LIEBMAN, CLARA I-IGUIGI-I.. ANGEUNA . LOEQL. AUDREY 5- senior Amid: Bronze Serv, Bronze Service Ping Pan- Senior Arista: Bronze Service ice pin: Silver Scholarship American 81 Newman Clubsg Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping pin: Sfmesman club: 3 Latin lialian Cerfificoie Garrick, Statesman Clubsg 3 Ceriificaiesg Biology Ceriifi- Lam' Cemficaies cafe LOEPSBERGER, CONRAD LORENZ, JOSEPH E. Senior Arisiag Bronze Service Bronze Service Pin Ping 2 Science Cerfificafes LOWENHERTZ, ELAINE Senior Arising Silver Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Pin: Senior Trees.: Siafesmon Club: Red Leiter Day Play 'The Trysfing Place" LUGER, MILTON L. LYONS, THOMAS E. Senior Arisfog Bronze Service Senior Saga, Senior Saga Ping Sfafesmon Club: 2 Sci- Sales Commifiees ence Ceriificaiesg Pen R: Ed- iiorial Sfaff-Square Deal 195523: "'i 'i'1"'-523, , . .-- w w r MAGISTRO, LUCY MAGRAM, HERBERT B. MAIORANO, ROSE MALAFRONTE, GABRIEL MALARA, FRANK G. Sfeno. Cerfificaia Bronze Service Pin 54 I l 9. l V ll' MALOMID, BEATRICE B. MANCKE, HENRY G, MANIATIS, STELLA E. MANSPEIZER, SYLVIA MANZIONE, DOMINIC J. Senior Arisicg Bronze Service Silver Service Ping Slage R Low Club: Picfure Commii- Bronze Service Pin: I20 Word 3 lfolian Ceriificafes Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping fee Pifmcn Pin Sfaiesman Club: Biology Cerfificafeg 2 Science Certi- ficafes f 'H' if-1-"T" ----f---f ,-. 'V' . ff X-jr ' - N . .2 " ' i, , 'i i H - . VL a 4 B' 'A -:fr I I , ,.:, , EI ' Q I -. .. I A Y MARDER, use MARINO, TECLA M. MARKMAN, RUTH MARKOWITZ. MARY MARRAFFINI. MICHAEL Bronze 'Scholarship Pin Bronze Scholarship Ping Hol- iun Club: 3 lialicn Cerfifi- coiesg Senior Saga Com- miffee MARRAPODI, CAMILLE MARTIN, ELSIE MARTINO, DANIEL Hi-Y and Roosevelt Volun- ieers Clubs MARX, DORIS MASCIO, EVELYN L. Senior Arising Silver Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Ping Sfofesman Clubg Biology, Luiin Certificates 55 MASCIO, JANET MASTRON, KENNETH A. MATALON, JEANNE MAURER, HAROLD MAXWELL, IGNATIUS Senior Arislap Sfeno. Cerfi- Bronze Scholarship Ping Red Red Leffer Day Commillea ficaleg Ways and Means Lelier Day Commillee Commifleeg I00 Word Plf- man Pin MAZZEI, GERALDINE MAzzs1'n, nonon-lv MccooLE, JoANNs MCCORMICK, THOMAS P. MCDONALD, JAMES P. Silver Service Pin: Ifalion: Bafon R: l00 Word Piimon 50Hi0I' Afiiffli Gold 5GrVlCB Senlof Al'i5iGi BYONZB 5GfV5C9 press: Roossvelf yolunfnr, pin Ping Silver Scholarship Ping Ping Senior Vice-Pres., New- Clubsi School play "whey Special Affairs Club: Lafin man: Pan-American-Trees.: A Life" Itegalg Senior Saga Edifori- Sfafssman Clubs a fa MCDONALD ROBERTHVI MEDVIDICKI ANNA R. MEISELMAN. STANLEY MERCADANTE, VICTOR MERCORELLA, ANNE 56' .wi MERSON, ROSE MESNICK, RUTH MEYEROWITZ, DAVID L. MEYERSON, SELMA MILILLO, IRENE G. Bronze Service Pin x 1 W I W , i w 1 N I.-Q - MILILLO, MARY MILONE, GERARD MINQUEZ. SALLY MOAK. JEROME MO'-INO. JENNIE Bronze Service Pin - ,Jax :Q-I W Y .gin f 1' ' . tr Ff. ' P Wi 1, A W rl. K 3, 7 W 13 B' ' fr MONFRINI' GRACE MONTEMORRAI MICHAEL MORAN, JOSEPHINE MORENO, CARMEN M. MORETTA, KATHERINE Bronze Service Pin: Boys Bronze Scholarship Ping Class A Managerial Day Commiifee 57 MORRIS, EDWARD Ecois? Club MORRIS, MILDRED Senior Arislag Silver Schol- arship Ping Gurrick and Sialesman Clubs, School Play "What A Life!"g l00 Word Pilmcm Pin fl 'W-vary? - Q MOSS, MARILYN MOSS, MURIEL MOZEL ETTA 5 MUELLER, FRED MUGGLESTON, GERALDINE MULCAHY, MADELINE MUNZIAL, ELMERINDA MUSACCWO PATRICK I20 Word Pifmon Pin Class Day Commiffee Bronze Scholarship Pin lr NADELL, MILTON NADLER, LEO NAPOLETANO, OLGA NAPOLI, ROSE NASTRI JANET Picfurs Commlhu Italian Cerflflcoh Class Rep.-2 Terms Sanlor 58 Ha? Commlhoa , ' A? NEGRIN, DARWYN A. NETT, GEORGE NEWMAN, ESTELLE R. NIEDELMAN, STANLEY NUSSBAUM, ALEXANDER L. Bronze Servlce Ping Chemis- Bronze Service Pin Senior Arisfa-Boy Leader: lryg Press--Chairman: Siafes- Bronze Scholarship Ping man-Treas. Clubs: Pen RQ Sfafesman Clubg IOOY, Reg- Edifor-in-Chief-Square Deal enfs in lnfermediufe Alge- bra, Hisfory and German OPPENHEIM, ALBERT OREFICE. MARIE ORLOFF, DOROTHY J. OVADIA, ALBERT A. OWENS, EDNA Da-af Club Bronze Service Ping Hi-Y Club OWENS. ROBERT PAGLIOCCA. ROSEMARIE PALOMBA, Louis s. PASCUITO, FRANCES PELIGRI, MORRIS 59 PELLICCI, DONATA FERLMAN, JULIAN PERLMAN, RALPH PERRY, FRANCES PERTAK, RUDOLPH PESKY, BERNICE H. PETECCA, ANGELINA PETERSON, SUMNER PETRONE. MARIE PFEFFER. ALMA Bronze gewice pin: Class Bronze Service pin: Lifemry Bronze Service Pin I00 Word Pifman Pin Rep.-2 Terms: Grade Rep. Club: Ilallun Certificate: -I Term: Class Day: Picture, 5Bf1l0f 5090 C0l1'II'I1il'f66 Senior Saga Commiffees '13 PFEFFER, GERTRUDE PHILLIPS, HERMAN PIEDISCALZI. FLORA PIEZZI, AURORA PLISKIN, MURRAY Bronze Service Pin: Knilfing Club 60 4. PODELL, FRANCINE PODWILL, GEORGE POMERANTZ, LILLIAN PRINCE, JOSEPHINE Senior Arislag Bronze Schol l00 Word Pliman Pin arship Pin PUCCI, ALFRED .I PULLMAN MARTIN RABINOWITZ, JEANNETTE RADICE, ANTOINETTE RADICE, MARIE L. RAI BLE, CATHERINE B - Bronle Service Pin: Newman Senior Arising Bronte Service H"Y Club Club: Ilalian Cerfificafe Pin: Bronze Scholarship Pin: Defense and Newman Clubs: lfalion Cerlificafe RAIGELI HELEN M, RAMUNDQ FRANK RAPAPORT, BERNARD D. RATHBURN, JEAN ' Gold Sefvice Ping T.R.O. Bronze Service Pin Vice-Pres.-2 Terms: States- man Club: Color Squad R5 School Play "Whaf A Life"g Operelfas "Paiience" and "Pinafore" RAZZARI, OLGA Senior Arista-Girl Leaderg Bronze Service Pin: Bronze Scholarship Ping Sfalesman Club: Biology and Halian Cerlificafes 6I REQKLERI CLAHQE REED, GLADYS G, REICHBART, GERTRUDE REID, HANNAH REINART. RUTH Girls Small R Bronze Servica Ping I00 Word Pifman Pin amen, Name RENTER, HELGA BESCH. IGNES RICH, Donor:-iv RIFKINI EDITH 5 Bronze Service Ping Ecoisl Photography Club-Ssc'yg BUYS Clfcla RI STOQG R 5,-one -Se,-vice pin Club Camera R ROLNICK, SEYMOUR ROMANO, ANNA ROMANO, ROBERT J. ROOS, DOROTHY E. RORO5, JAMES BFOHIB 59fVlCB Pin: CIGSS I00 Word Pifman Pin Bronze Service Ping Stains- RGP--2 Terms: B!-1f0l1 RI man Club: Senior Saga Edi- Seniof 5096: Ways and forial Sfuff Means Commiilees 62 I I Q ROSEN, RENEE M, ROSS, HENRY ROSENBLUM, IRWIN J- ROSENTHAL, ROSALIE G. ROSENTHAL, WILLIAM Ecoisi Club: loo word Pif- Sfcfesmun Club: Bufon R: Sfdfesmfw Clvb: Red I-Hier man Pin Opereifa "Pincxfore" Day Commiffeep I20 Word Pifmcn Pin ROTH. EDITH Ron-I, MORTON ROTHPAUM. .MURRAY A. Romseko, esn-:ER ROTHMAN, Toav BOYS MIFIOI' R Senior Arisfag Bronze Schol- arship Ping Press Clubg Sci- ence Cerfificofeg lZ0 Word Pifman Ping Edi1or-In-Chief- Senior Saga Iii "I I I I F31 an I N w II Hi - 3325 A ' RUBIN, MORTON RYAN, JOSEPH SAADY, AARON SACCA, MARY SACCHI, ADRIANNA Boys Maior R Boys Maior R I20 Word Pifman Pin ,Q SADOFF, IRVING H SAGER, FLORENCE Bronze Service Ping Ecoislg Accounling, Law Clubsg Class Day Commilfee J "l I YJ SALANT, HARRIET H. SALEMAN, SYLVIA SALTZMAN, SARAH Senior Arista: Silver Service Ping Bronze Scholarship Pin: Spanish Cerfificafeg Pen R: Plays "What A Life" and "Nothing Bu? The Trulh" 3 SANDLER' ADELE SAN FELICE, LUCY SANTORO, JENNlE SANTORO, JOSEPH SASSANO, HELEN J. Da-qf Club-Prg5,: S1-gigs- Silver Service Ping Pan-Amer- Picture Commifiee Class Day Commiflee mqn Club ican Club: 3 Italian Carli- ficafes gp , A . Q nz SCARANGELLO, FRANK P. SCHAEFFER, BEATRICE R. SCHAEFFER, CHARLES H. SCHANZER. GLORIA SCHAPIRO. PAUL Steno. Cerfificale Pan-American Club: Balon R 64 sci-iecuren, AARON SCHENCK, VICTOR SCHER, ERNEST scHEnER, HERMAN SCHEUERMAN. RAYMOND Senior Arisfag Bronze Service Bronze Service Pin: Class 5"0l119 5BI'ViCB Pin Ping Special Affairs R Rep.-2 Termsg Pen R SCHICK, FLORENCE SCHIFFMAN, FELICE M. SCHIKMAN, RUTH SCHLESINGER, CARL SCHLESINGER, LEONARD Ways and Means Commiffee Senior Arisfa-Secyg Silver Bronze Service Ping Bafon R Bronze Service Ping Press Senior Arisiag Bronze Schol- Service Ping Silver Scholar- Clubg Pen Rg Red Lefler Day arship Ping Ecoisl' Club- ship Ping Garrick Club: Commiffaeg Senior Saga Edi- Vice-Pres-: Boys Circle Rg Spanish Cer1'ificafegl00Word forial Siafi BOYS Maier R: Senior Hal' Pitman Pin Commiffee SCHNEIDER' MQ'-LIE SCHOENFELD, HARRIETTE P. SCHORR, MORRIS SCHWARTZ, HAROLD SCHWARTZ, SHIRLEY Hi-Y club.g,c'yA Senior Arlsrag Gold Service Bronze Service Ping Bronze Broun Sgryigg pin: 5,-om, Ping Silver Scholarship Ping Scholarship Pin Scholarship pin: 120 word l00 Ward Pitman Pin Pifmqn Pin 65 SCHWARTZSEID, ISRAEL SCHWEITZER. RUTH SEDACCA, SUSIE SEFSKY, HELEN SENA, JOSEPHINE 'QQ Y. . ,RU 13. , 5 as-,S . 0 ' ' ' :2r'- ' ' .Z - it 1 5,3-, if ' - Y HE' w l Q.4'f'l" A ' is E'f?. gf5Hgf"-f ' I ' E59 A. Lf' ' . Q 1 'f- S V ' 1 569 fi f. ' - A 'A 91 . fd., .A . , S Y - -V SERPENTINO, MICHAEL sHAPmo, sn-HRLEY 66 Bronze Service Plng Bronze Silver Service Ping Special Senior Arisfag Ifalian Club' Scholarship PingSclence Cer- Affairs Clubg Senior Saga 3 lfalian Cerfificafesg Lafirf fificafeg I20 Word Pifman Commiffeeg Senior Saga Edl- Cerfificafe Pin forial Sfaff l n K . l SERRICHIO, LILA SHAPIRO, CLAIRE F. SHAPIRO, ESTELLE R. SHAPIRO, FRED Senior Arista: Silver Service Bronze Service Pin: Roosevelf Ecoisf Club Silver Service Ping Special Ping Silver Scholarship Pin: VOUUHTBBFS Club: 59Ni0f 5090 Affairs Club: Special Affalrs Senior Sec'yg 4 lfalion Cer- Ediforial Sfaff: I20 Word R fificafesg Championship in Pifmcn Pin Typing-Annex A R l A SHASHOU, FRED J. SHEIKEWITZ, JULIUS SHERMAN, SHIRLEY SHIELS, ALFRED Bronze Service Pin: Pan- Bronze Scholarship Pin American Club-Pres.: New- man, Sfafesman, Chemisfry Clubs: Sfage R SHINSKY, HAROLD SICILIAN, ANTHONY SIEGEL, BLANCHE SIEGEL, ESTELLE SIKQRSKY' VERQNICA T- B"9"'19 SUYVICB Pin Silver Service Ping Baron R I00 Word Piiman Pin SIMON, REBECCA SLAVIT, SYLVIA M. SMITH, CHARLOTTE SOBEL, NATHAN SOCHARD' RAY Sliver Service Pin: Senior Arlg Da-ah Roosevelf Volun Silver Service Pin: I00 Word wg Word pifmun pin Hat Commiffeeg l00 Word hers Clubs: Senior Hai Com Pitman Pin Piimon Pin mIH'ee SOFFER, SADIE M. SOHN, MILDRED SOIFER, HERMAN SOLOMON, JEAN SOTTILE, ANCELO Bronze Service Pin Silver Service Ping Ecoisl Club: Picfure Committee 67 SPIEGEL. THELMA STABILE. Mme ' mm., MARILYN ' STARRJEVELYN srem, oamupe Bronze Servlce Pin loo Word Pifmqn Pin STEINER, SOPHIE STERN, SEYMOUR L, STERNLIEB, SEYMOUR STlBLA, HELEN STIRISS, LIBBY silygr 59,-vice pin: Chemism ll-gnu Sqrylqg Pin: Clqgg Bronze Sarvlce Ping Press Bronze Service Ping Pan- Club-Sec'yg Chess Club Day Commilfea Club American Club 4 ST. JOHN, EDWARD J. STORPER, STANLEY STROME, IRENE SUBKOW. NATALIE SUEREZ. BETTY Bronze Sarvlcs Pln: Bronzc Scholarship Ping Knlfling Club: I20 Word Pilmcn Pin 68 SUNDSTROM, SYLVESTER SUNSHINE, SHIRLEY SUTNICK, HYMAN SWENY, WILBUR M. SWIFT, MIRIAM M. Boys Maior R5 Sfage R Bronze Service Pin Arf Medal: Arlg Red Leffer Day: Ways and Means Com- mifleesg Publicify Squadg Ed- iforial Sfaff-Square Deal TACKTILL, ERNEST TAILEUR, WRAY L. TALLARICO, FRANK L. TAUSSIG, JANICE TATTEROW, LILLIAN Baron R Silver Service Ping Bafan R7 Bronze Service Ping Iialian Class Rep.-2 Termsg Red Senior Arisfag Bronze Schol- Cafeferia R Cerlificafe Leiler Day Commiffee arship Ping Sfafesman Club: Picture, Senior Saga Com- miffeesg I20 Word Piiman Fin TAUB, ANNA TAUB, GRACE G. Steno. Ceriificafeg IUO Word Bronze Service Ping Sfeno. Pitman Pin Cerlificafeg IUU Word Pil- man Pin TAYLOR, DOROTHY Bronze Service Ping Sfenog- raphy Club: Typing Ceriifi- cafe: I20 Word Piiman Ping Championship in Typewriiing -2 Terms TEDALDI, ANTHONY C. TESORI, ANTHONY Bronze Service Pin 69 TESSE, ADELA TIBALDI, I.II.I.IAN M. TIERNEY, WILLIAM TOLEDO. HELEN TRACHTENBERG. IRVING Bronze Service Ping Knifiing Ecoisig Gurrick-Sec'yg Press l20 Word Pifmcn Pin BOYS Mcmlgefldl Club: Senior Saga Commlf- -Sec'y Clubs: Pen R5 School fee Play "Whaf A Life!"g l00 Word Pifman Pin 1-RIDNYOKA' OLGA 1-RQIANQ' MARIQN TROTTA. ANTHONY ' TROYKA, DAVID UDAY, EDITH Bronze Service Ping Silver 801011 R Scholarship Pin UNTERWEQSER SELMA vAcIRcA, MARIE VAN ARSDALE, EDWARD F. VANDER SAAG, MARIE VASlLfIS, THOMAS ' Bronze Service Pin 5llV9I' SBFVICG PIII 70 VECCHIARELLOQ BRIDGET B. VEISSY. SELIA VELEZ. ELSIE VERINSKY. THEODORE R. V'D0CK'-ER. GERTRUDE T. I1-align Club Boys Circle R5 Boys Minor R vloGlANo, FLORENCE VIZZINI. FILIPPA WALDMAN. JEANNE . V, AWANGER, HARRIET G. WAXLER, HILDA '00 WC-Wd Piffflfln Pin 'Silver Service Ping Ecoisf Club-Pres.: Sfafesmnn Club: Senior Saga: Senior Saga- Subscripiion, Ways and Means Commifiees WEIGAND, THEODORE WEINBAUM, JOSEPH H. WEINBERG, MIRIAM WEINER, CLAIRE WEINER, ROSE Garrick and Press Club: Bronze Service Pin Bronze Sql-vice Pin l00 Ward Pifrnan Pin Senior Saga Ediforial Staff- Edifor-in-Chiefg School Play "Wharf A Life!" i 7I WEISS, HERMAN WEISS, SELMA S WIENER, EVELYN WILD, ROBERT WILLIMETZ, HEDWIG A. Bronze Service Ping Class Bronze Service Pin Rep.-2 Terms - Y WILSON. JOHN WILSON, NANCY A. WISHNOFF, MARTIN WISOTSKY, LEONARD WOLLMANI SYLVIA Bronze Scholarship Pin Bronze Service Ping Bronze Bronze Service Ping Boys BFOHIB Service PINS CINGYIHS Scholarship Ping Senior Edi- Moior R Squad and Defense Clubg 'rorial Sfcff and Ways and Guidance Group Means Cornmifiee WONDRASCH, MARY woopwopm-i, FLORENCE YArci-ne, aermuce YOCKELSON, MIRIAM YouNGsoN, MARY Senior Arising Bronze Service Bfonl' SBYVICU Plfll NOWMII1 Ping School Play "Whaf A Club: l00 Word Piiman Pin Lifel" 72 J- YURKEVITCH, NADIA ZAMPARELLI, VICTOR ZAREMBY. WILLIAM ZIZZO' SARAH Sfafesman Club THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF SPRING Though Through This world oT sTriTe we live, NoT knowing whaT The morrow mighT give, God's giTTs, we hope, are cerTain To sTay, To brighTen up This world so gray, For, Through all grief and iTs greaT sTing, Comes The encouragemenT of Spring. While bombs may Tall, And War may call, Though TorTunes may crumble, And greaT mansions Tumble, Though all This sadness may conTinue To burn, One Thing is cerTain-Spring will reTurn. The world will noT sTop Turning, Though men may sTop learning. T H E T O W N Oh The cool green wood where we used To sTray, Where The Bluebirds TwiTTered The livelong day, Where The hooT of The owl To our hearTs broughT a Thrill All ThaT is gone, and The sounds are sTill. Where we walked Through a paTh ThaT was all our own, Where The bee could be heard wiTh incessanT drone, Where -we picked The wild Rose and The Daffodil: All ThaT is gone, and The sounds are sTill. Never again may we roam TogeTher Through paThs oT Clover, and cool green HeaTher For The sounds are sTill, and The Trees chopped down They desTroyed iT all iusT To-build-a-Town. Gloria Fisher Many lives may be Taken, Q X And all hope be Torsaken, fs 6 'BuT, Through iT all, hope and cheer will ring, - l H ,.., For. as always, will come The season oT Spring. E 'TN 4' '," J? T 1 M ' .,.ul, ,HH x ' 'Q '71, .4 eca anno ,QQ fflwif 0165 1 N E v I T A B L E s P R I N G ' X Shells and bombs may shriek and Tall A YeT, sTill we shall hear The robin's call IL,1:fig-,f553lf'?f"f5:'f':fi' And see The Tlash oT The blue-iay's wing, 'Z' ' Bringing again our lovely Bronx Spring- P- I Men will Think' and ploT and scheme, w . YeT Tlowers will bloom and warm sun beam' I.: ' While soldiers' moThers weep and cry N '1-1 's l SoTT clouds will T'loaT in a clear sky. jx While our Toes TighT on-on To Their doom J ',,, X Our sTreeT cleaner will shove his ugly broom, L QS' pi In lswsbl And Triencl will greeT Triendg and children sing, Q TZ No maTTer whaT happens, we sTill have Spring. be Edward Morris 73 l SENJOR SAGA ADWSERS Adviser Mary E. Andrews DAY PLAY Ari Amaiia DiDonaio CAST OF RED LETTER John Gaiaihes Business Naihan Heiierbach Charies Goyer senior. Aayisens ""'h"' Kane Anna C. Keiiy Eiaine Loyfenherh. Agnes C. Tuiioch gamma Ropopod Sarah Saihman SENJOR OFFJCERS Miidred Morris PREHDENT WP-TS AND N-EP-N5 Phyiiis Hanioiis COMNJTTEE 'JJCE-PRESWENT Rocco Cariucci James Nrciionaid Joseph Cornacchio TREASURER Liiiian Fine Eiaine Lovlenherh. SENiOR SECRETARY Anne Romano Eyeiyn Goidsiein Gusiina Guerra Bernice Hayman sernon seen eoironun Sum' 'e""', S1 AH., Janei Mascro l eaners-in-chief 5""""" "om" Joseph W einbaum ixxixe Sirxk Esiher Roihberg Hume, W anger Saivakore DiGangi Nanci Wuson CLASS NiGHT COMMJTTEE Eihei Cohen George Debliidis Rita E1-arhos Theresa Garaguso Hiida Greiman Ezxan Rose Ferne1. Jerome Fischer Liiiian Genschair N-argarei Grabenhoier Hiikon Luger Joanne N-cGooie Doroihy Roos can scniesinger ENUM Gum Hahn Semq 'leiia Grossman Ciaire Shapiro Giodo Guigno Nonq ,Nihon Bernice Hayman Vera Hendrickson SENiOR SAGA BUSJNESS STAFF Hiida Greiman Ciaire Hocksiein Sieiia Jenny Anna Kaimanson Arihur Rane John Koskeiidis Bernice Feinstein Angeiina Bonayenkura irene Goidsiein Erwin Lesman Thomas Lyons Kenneyh Momon HUTYTOY WOHQGI' Haroid Maurer Bernice Hvvrnen iceinernre nofene Henneh Hina Madeiine Muicahey P-ngeiina Peiicca po,--,my Negfgn Bernard Rapapori Bernice Pesky Seymour Roinick Bernard Rapaport Rosaiie Rosenihai Harriet Saiank SENJOR HAT COJMMTTEE Teresa De?aro Rosaiie Garguiio Yxiexx Scare crane ouigno 3' or C 'W' Nwms Humans Seymour Stern Sieiia Jenny DECORATTNG CON-MJTTEE Anionia Kanaisos GBOTQB 9BNiiiiS Rose Napoii Jerome Fischer Leonard Schiesinger Riia Fieischmann Rebecca Simon Niargarer Grabenhoier Syivio Siavii Ewaid Greene Herman Soiier Bernice Hayman Herman Weiss Giaire Hochskein conmrrees """"' 'cm . Erwin Lesman CCYMYU Abraham Fiersier Kenneth Maman Haroid Maura Bernard Rapaport Rosaiie Rosenihai Ceiebriiies and Ciiaiions Jane Aiien Saiion Coiiege Enirance Eyeiyqy Yan DW Seymour Roinick Coior Guard Wiiiiam Howard GRADJJATTON CON-N-JTTEE MARCi"iiHG Louise Bayiis Anne Feder Ciarabeiie Barrei Bess Simon Edward R. Everard Henry F, Saiiman Samuei Edeison Joseph J. Siapieion PTGTXJRES Caroiine D. Schneider RED LETTER DAY DANCE Anna G. Keiiy Agnes C, Tuiioch Senior Funds Samuei P. Godnicis Senior Hais Aiice Suiiiyan Ciass Day Ceroiine 0. Schneider Red Lerier Day Eihei Wiiheim Stage Decoraiions Gerirude Yekerson Making oi Programs Amaiia DiDonaio SENiOR SP-GA COHJMTTEE Uiiian Biebei Rakhieen Bonayeniura Annahid Bo-zigian Liiiian Fine Lester Fishman Bernice Hayman Thomas Lyons Tecia Marino Janer Nasiri Bernice Pesky Seymour Roinick Heian Seisky Liiiian Taiierovl Adeia Tessa Harriet Wanger NCTURE COMMTTTEE Hiida Greiman Marion Troiano Carmen Caiiaca ifiiiian Fein Charies Gower Gioria Guigno Bernice Hayman Eskher Herman N-uriei Hirsch Anna Koimanson Sieiie N-aniaiis Leo Nadier Bernice Fesky Jennie Sanioro Jean Soiomon Liiiian Tarierow SENTOR SAGP- ART STAFF Arihur Kane Erwin Lesman Mario Skabiie Wiibur Sweny Clufvw TARR, Inc. Main Office 607 FIFTH AVENUE Branches in All Boroughs B OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS for +I'1e SENIOR SAGA B Neares+ Branch I33 EAST FORDI-IAM ROAD DIEGES 8: CLUST I7 JOHN smear New York, N. Y. COr+Iand+ 7-8I43 Cldss Rings and Pins Club Emblems . Makers of Jewelry for 'lhe Class of '42 E :unl- :CHU Easf 'l77l'h Sf. at West Farms Road KRKO Chesfer Theatre BIdg.l . uAymn a-mn ' 9 SEGRETABIAL 'STENUGRAPHY 9 SWITGHBUAHD UDOMPTOMETRY E UDIGTAPHONE 0 ELLIOTT-FISHER .ACCOUNTING ol-' SUMMER ' INTENSIVE COURSE July 6Hl fo Augusf 28Hl Easily Accessible From All Parts of the City GOTTFRIED BAKIN6 CO., Inc. SOLD IN YOUR SCHOOL SOLD IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD M ' I A, 0 fm? rcs chem 'em' Lgouln OMPANY 366FlIth Avenue NEW YORK CITY B R E Y E R Ice CREAM cowmv 34th STREET a. QUEENS aLvo. Long Island City, New York srauwen 4-sooo A. e BEANDER 1.1. ws.. 1-1644 HOME NEWS PRESS 373 E. I4-8'rI'1 SI.. 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