Thomas Jefferson High School - Monticello Yearbook (Tampa, FL)
- Class of 1954
Page 1 of 136
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I953 SEPTEMBER I953
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right Frank Fernandez, President, Bill Wait, Vice President, Floy West,
Sec reta ry.
School begins-Had our first big pep rally
and yelled ourselves hoarse as we opened our
'53 football season, but much to our sorrow
the Dragons lost to Plant for the first time in
seven years-Our boys surprised the student
body by that great victory over Tarpon Springs,
32-0-First Dance of the year opening a new
season of gaiety, was the Moving Picture Dance,
sponsored by the President's Council. This was
the first of a long line of gala events to take
place in our brand new gymnasium4Happy
day! Physical education classes and the band
moved from the old building to the new.
WE BEGIN OUR SENIOR YEAR, THE LAST AND BEST, WITH
CROWDED DAYS OF REGISTRATION AND ACTIVITY PLANNING.
JOE ANGELO ABENE CARROLL JEROME ABERNATHY ALTON ADAMS MARTHA AIKEN
HERBIE AINSWORTH ARMIDA ALFONSO MARIANA ALFONSO DANIEL ALMEIDA ANGELA MARIA ALVAREZ
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ROBERT LOUIS BENITEZ
IREI-IE C1 BRIDGES
SYLVIA DAHLIA ARIAS
BETTY JOYCE BERRY
CORA SUE BRYANT
JAMES E CAGNINA
MILAGROS MIIIIC AVILA
JACK LARRY BISHOP
BE TTY BBDD
GLENNA LUCILLE BARTLEY
SHIRLEY ANN BOONE
I953 OCTOBER l953
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Cheerleaders pause to pose.
WITH ALL CLUBS READY FOR ACTI
FULL SWING, 8 REPORT CARDS NEAR,
ANTHONY CARINHAS FAUSTO CENAL NORMA CHAO
NORMA CICCARELLO PETER M. CICCARELLO FRANK J. CONIGLIO
Will we ever forget the heartbreak of not
scoring those four "almost" completed touch-
downs during the Edgewater game? It was
raining, but nothing could dampen our spirits
or keep us from coming to the annual burning
of the Terrier! Afterwards, a great majority
of the crowd remained for the Y-Teen Dance-
It was the wee hours of the morning when 12
members fincluding 2 teachersj of the Monti-
cello and Jeffersonian staffs left for the Jour-
nalism Convention in Gainesville-On the 12th
of October, we bowed to the Hillsborough
Terriers-just four days afterwards, though,
we were revived by the beautiful music of our
outstanding Jefferson Band under the direction
of Mr. Scott-Seems as though the act of "bow-
ing" changed, for we licked the Miami Tech
team 13-0-Mr. Jefferson, Richard Ortiz, and
Miss Jefferson, Mary Jo Provenzano, were
chosen at the big Junior Lions Dance-The
Dragons traveled to Panama City and lost to
Bay High-No black cats crossed the paths of
the following girls, for they were inducted into
the Civinettes at the jack O' Lantern Dance:
Seniors: Mary Di Pietra, Kay Kelly, Eleanor
Hayes, Pat Davis, Holanda Fernandez. Juniors:
Diana Aizpuru, Mary Jo Provenzano, and
FOOTBALL SEASON IN
WE ARE BUSY PEOPLE
FRANCIS CHILE FRANK P. CHILLURA
GLENN HOWARD COOK
MANUEL RUBEN CORRIPIO
DANNY COSTA JOANN COURSON
BILLY CUNNINGHAM DALE DANIEL
CARIDAD Koran DE LARA CONCHITA DELGADO
RICHARD ARMANDO DIAZ GWENDOLYN DUANE DIEAS
PATRICIA ANN Pct' DAVIS
AIDA DEL VALLE
MARY ROSE DI PIETRA
PATRICIA LOUISE CREPPS
EARL G DEMERS
PATRICIA ANN DUKES
SHIRLEY ANN DELANEY
EDNA JOANN DUMM
ARNOLD JERROME DWORK
HECTOR DAVID ESTEVEZ
GILBERT GERALD FERNANDEZ
GLORIA JEAN EAKINS
RUTH EVELYN FEILES
ARMANDO FLORES, JR
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SHIRLEY RUTH EDENFIELD
FRANCES ANN FELICIONE
CLETIA JOAN FORBES
MARGARET ESCOBIO CARMEN ESTEVEZ
DRUCILLA JO FERNANDEZ FRANK FERNANDEZ
ORCHID FERNANDEZ SYLVIA FERNANDEZ
MARGARET HELEN FOSTER IDA GARCIA
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Lights! Curtains! Everyone to his place!
The Thespians of j.H.S. inducted new mem-
bers--Oops! It happened again! Our boys lost
another out-of-town game, this time to Jax
jackson-The Parisian Ball, sponsored by the
Band, was a big success. I wonder why???
Could it have been the Eiffel Tower?-Our
chapter of the National Honor Society inducted
the new members in a very impressive cere-
mony--Homecoming proved to be lucky, for
we tied Boone of Orlando 6-6-The Glee Club
presented a medley of songs from "SHOW-
BOAT" for their first appearance in assembly-
Remember that rainy night when we played
the Green Devils in St. Pete? But a little rain
couldn't stop our boys! We came across with
a 27-12 victory-Hooray!! Our Thanksgiving
Assembly was a play and an amateur show.
lf you were there, you'll remember that "Torch
Singer"-Climaxing the Dragons, football sea-
son, the boys traveled out of town to play the
Conches of Key West. Though the score was
27-6, we know that we have had a great season.
SUN MON ""'5
Girls of the band build Eiffel Tower replica for Parisian Ball.
SPOTLIGHT CENTERS ON HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTI
BAND HOLDS PARISIAN BALL. WE SEE LAST GAME
MADELINE GARCIA PAULINE GARCIA RAYMOND F. GARCIA JosEPH MARTINO GENTILE MARGnE ADAIR GlLKnsoN
ALICE GONZALEZ CLARA GONZALEZ EDGAR GONZALEZ FRANK MARCELINO GRANDA LOUIS GRILLO
1953 DECEMBER 1953
Y SUN SAT
Alland Fry and Barbara Diaz hang finsel on library Christmas tree.
DECEMBER and JANUARY
Attention! Company, Halt! These are fa-
miliar words that we hear at our annual
R.O.T.C. Sponsors' Day Parade. The following
boys, with the young ladies of their choice,
rank high in this field: Bill Wait, Jeanette
Maniscalcog James Mateo, Phyllis Scaglioneg
Richard Lobo, Frances Brown, Billy Cunning-
ham, Charlotte Salsburyg Evi Pelaez, Diana
Puig, David Wallace, Louise Mullis, Ray Lopez,
Sylvia Rodriguez, Louis Jordan, Lucy Castel-
lanog Glenn Cook, Yolanda Mandesw-Despite
her endless warnings about the stage stairs,
Mrs. Lively took them all in one slide-Can
you recall the rainy night that the F.B.L.A. put
on the Gay Nineties? They Went way back to
the "Bloomer" bathing suit days. Mr. Hodges
and Mrs. Salsbury did a wonderful job, but they
were only two of the great number of people
that worked with the cast-On the 9th of De-
cember the Debating Club and Mrs. Lively's
speech classes debated on the subject, "If We
Should Keep the Same System of Votingf'
Speakers on the affirmative side were Richard
Lobo, Gino Creszensi, and Ray Morales, while
Estelle Lucas, Max Herndon and Floy West
stood firm on the negative-Our first basket-
ball game and the dedication of the gym
brought over 900 people, including j. Crockett
Farnell and other county school officials, to
see our team beat the Lakeland Dreadnaughts
by a 50-48 victory.
WE DEDICATE OUR NEW GYM AND WIN THE FIRST BASKETBALL
GAME OF THE SEASON. SOON COME THE HOLIDAYS AND EXAMS.
ASHABLE GULLETTE EDDIE WENGATE GUNN DORIS HAMPTON
RET ELEANOR HAYES ORCHID COrquiJ HERNANDEZ VALERIE VERNA HERNANDEZ MAX HERNDON
WILLIAM CHARLES HANCOCK
C. CONRAD HASKELL
RICHARD 'Dickl LOBO
ANGIE LO PRESTI
SE JEANETTE MANISCALCO
GLORIA ANN MOORE
ESTELLE NAOMI LUCAS
ANNA MARIE MOSCATO
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NORMA JEAN MAGGIO CHARLOTTE YOLANDA
M A N D E S E
SARAH JILL MIRABELLA
MARY LEONA NORMAN
The Dragons' basketball season is still run-
ning high with the boys on the road and only
one home game-Boom! Boom! Here come our
snappy majorettes followed by the "Blue and
Gold" Band, marching in the Gasparilla pa-
rade, an annual event which all the kids en-
joy-The time has come for another vacation,
a short one consisting of 3 days-And, of
course, the Florida State Fair-The coming
home with teddy bears and trinkets, candy-
smeared sweaters, and that familiar ring in
our ears, "Two tickets please!" is something
we'll always remember-After getting back
into the old routine, everyone turns out for
the big dance sponsored by the Key Club and
the Kiwanettes in the lunch room-Keeping us
in the dancing spirit, the junior Optimists hold
a gay dance with lots of peppy music-Our
assemblies have been exceptionally good, espe-
cially the play, "Don't Feed the Animals"-
The band is working hard to make the second
concert as successful as the first.
WE BEGIN THIS MONTH WITH THE AN
NEW SEMESTER. THE M NT CELLO F M A DEADL
BILL O'STEEN HILDA OTERO RALPH PAGES SIMON C PARKER RUSS PATE
JEAN AUDREY PAYNE EVARISTO PELAEZ VERNA GRACE PELAEZ EDDIE PERDOMO AURORA PEREZ
l95l4 MARCH I95LL MARCH
"How tall are you?" "Wh4lt's your head
lllif' size?"fYes, the time has come for measuring
SUN SAT for those Caps and gowns. Soon we'll be gradu-
-i ating!-Mr. and Miss Front Page are chosen at
2 the Journalism jump, an annual dance spon-
l sored by the jeffersonian-And now, thinking
of thc future, the senior boys and girls are
making their dates for the big event, the Senior
Promvlfor the first time this year, the Juniors
l are eligible for induction into the Honor So-
l cietv. Thev are looking toward this occasion
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2 7 with great eagerness and hope-Baseball begins
. and the City Champions of four straight years
28 are trying to make it five in a row. Here's
I hoping we do it again!
Jean Cobello and Carolyn McNaH prepare to publicize the next dance
BASEBALL--A SPECIAL SPORT AT JEFFERSON-OPENS SEASON.
HONOR SOCIETY TAPS JUNIORS, TOO, IN SECOND INDUCTION.
DIANA JEANETTE PEREZ DOLLY PEREZ NESTOR PEREZ FRANCES PERRONE TONY PERRONE
IRMA POLO PATTY POWELL SAM PROTANO CHRISTA PUPELLO MARTHA ANN RAINES
DOLORES GLORIA RUBIO
LUCY ANN LuIuI SCAGLIONE
ANTHONY SALADINO, JR,
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YOLANDA rYoIIueI RODRIGUEZ
THEOAPRIS IPennyI SCHULKE
MARY ANN RODRIGUEZ
JOSEPH DANIEL SGRO
CLOTILDE ISistcrJ SIERRA FRANK SIERRA ED WILSON SIMMONS JIMMIE SIMPSON
MARIO SUAREZ RAYMOND SUAREZ MARING BARRON SWART MARY TAMBORELLO
JOHNNY TINGLE DON TOLEDO VIOLET E. TOOTLE MARJORIE TRAYNHAM
STEVE VALDES BETTY JEAN VALDEZ ISHMAEL VALDEZ BILL WAIT
EUGENE K, TESTON
DAVID EDWARD WALLACE
APRIL AND MAY
We wonder about all the excitement around
the school-Everywhere we hear the question,
"Who are you voting for?"-It means another
crowning of King and Queen of Dragon Court
fAfter the Student Council Easter Dance, a
great success, we don't have to worry about
the time we should be getting home, because
we have a nice holiday the next day-The
Senior Class Play is a big hit, as usual. Mrs.
Lively really deserves a lot of credit-The
annual fiesta in Tampa claims the spotlight-
Where will they travel this year?-Finally the
day is here-The familiar words are, "I didn't
think l'cl ever make itY"4Yes, it is graduation
time again, and we are saying to all seniors,
"The Best of Luck Always."
Conrad Haskell and QCYYOII Anernarny try out their foorers for the band concert.
HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR SENIOR YEAR ARE NOW AT
HAND-CLASS PLAY, BANQUET AND COMMENCEMENT.
MARIAN YVONNE DANNY WELLS FLOY WEST HELEN ALLISON WILLIAMS MILLIE WILSON
VAUGHN WILSON, JR. LARRY WORDEN MIRIAM YEATS RENE ZARATE NORMA ZAYAS
Joe Angelo Abene-R.O.T.C. 2,3, Thes-
Carroll Jerome Abernathy-Honor Society
3,4, Key Club 2,3,4, Board of Directors 2,
Band 2,3,4, Boys' State 3, Student Council
Representative 4, Youth for Christ 4, Monti-
cello Representative 4, Debating Club 4,
l-lomeroom Officer 2, Red Cross Representa-
tive 2. Career: Lawyer.
Alton Adams-Civitans 2, R.O.T.C. 2,3,4.
Career: Electrical Engineer.
Martha Aiken--Cheerleader 3,4, Co-l-lead
4, Kiwanettes 3,4, Parliamentarian 4, Y-
Teens 2,3,4, Fashion Board 2, Recording
Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Inter-Club
Officer 4, Scholarship, lnc. 3,4, Vice Presi-
dent 4, Dragon Court 3, Play Day 3. Ca-
Herbie Ainsworth-R,O.T.C. 2,3,4. Ca-
Armida Alfonso-Pan American 3, Jeffer-
sonian Representative 4, Treasurer of Busi-
ness English 4. Career: Secretary.
Mariana Alfonso-Cheerleader 3,4, Press
Club 3, Scholarship, lnc. 3,4, Pan Ameri-
can 4, l-lomeroom Secretary 2,3,4. Career:
Daniel Almeida-Football 2,3,4, All-City 3,
Baseball 2,3,4, Track 2, "J" Club 2,3,4,
Junior Lions 2,3,4, Secretary 3. Career:
Angela Maria Alvarez-Pan American 3,4,
Scholarship, lnc. 3,4, Newman Club 3,4,
Library Assistant 3,4. Career: Teaching.
Marvin Alvarez--Scholarship, lnc. 3,4, Key
Club 2,3,4, Band 2,3,4, Debating Club 4.
Career: Chemical Engineer.
Carl Andersen-R.O.T.C, 2,3, Track 3,4,
Football 2,4, F.S.A. 4. Career: Coach.
Sylvia Dahlia Arias-Scholarship, lnc. 3,4,
Band 2,3,4, Student Council 2, Civinettes
3,4, Secretary 4, F.T.A, 3,4. Career:
Milagros "Millie" Avila-F.B.L.A. 4, New-
man Club 4. Career: Business College.
Glenna Lucille Bartley-Red Cross Repre-
sentative 2, Pep Squad 2,3, Scholarship,
lnc. 3,4, Y-Teens 4, Play Day 2,3,4, English
Department Assistant 4, Debating Club 4,
Thespian, Associate Member 4, Parliamen-
tarian of Scholarship, lnc. 4. Career: Na-
tional Free Style Roller Skating Champion.
Robert Louis Benitez-R.O.T.C. 2. Career:
Betty Joyce Berry-Transfer Student, P CT.
4. Career: Nursing.
Jack Larry Bishop-Track 2,3, Basketball
2,3, Football 2, "J" Club 2,3, Junior CWI-
tons 2,3, R.O.T.C. 2, D.C.T, 4 Career:
Shirley Ann Boone-Band 2,3,4, Scholar-
ship, lnc. 3,4, l-lomeroom Secretary 2. Ca-
Irene G. Bridges--Band 3,4, Monticello
Representative 2, Red Cross Representative
4, Scholarship, lnc. 3,4, Civin:-ttes 3,4,
Y-Teens 4. Career: Secretary.
Cora Sue Bryant-Thespians 3,4, Scholar-
ship, Inc- 3, Monticello Representative 3.
Career: Commercial Art.
Betty Budd-Maiorette 2,3,4, Kiwonettes
2,3, R.O.T,C. Sponsor 2, Soberettes 2,
Scholarship, lnc. 3,4. Career: Housewife.
Bob Burger--Football 3,4, Basketball 3,
R.O.T.C, 2, Homeroom Treasurer 4. Ca-
Richard Busino-Band 2,3, D.C.T, 4. Ca-
reer: Air Condition Maintenance.
Antoinette Caballero-l-lomeroom Officer 2,
Majorette 2,3. Career: l-lousewife.
James E. Cagnina-Student Council 2,3
Career: Shrimp lndustry.
Betty Capaz-Jeffersonian Representative
3,4, Red Cross Representative 4, Scholar-
ship, lnc. 3,4. Career: Civil Service.
Joe Cardinale, Jr.-Student Council 2,3,4,
President 4, Junior Optimists 2,3,4, Ser-
geant-at-Arms 3, Thespians 3,4, "J" Club
3,4, Junior Gasparilla 3,4, Dragon Court
3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, Track
2, Jefferson Representative for District Six
3, Homeroom President 2,-4, R.O,T.C. 2.
Anthony Carinhas-Career: Business Ad-
Fausto Cenal-Football 2,3,4, Basketball
2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, "J" Club 2,3,4. Ca-
Norma Chao-Y-Teens 4, Play Day 3,4,
Francis Chile-Career: Bookkeeper.
Frank P. Chillura-Junior Civitan 3, Junior
Optimist 4, R.O.T.C. 2, l-lomeroom Vice-
President 2, Thespians 4, Monticello Rep-
resentative 4. Career: Ministry.
Norma Ciccarello-Glee Club 3, Y-Teens 4,
Future Nurses 4. Career: Nurse.
Peter M. Ciccarello-Junior Civitans 4,
F,B.L.A. 4, R.O.T.C. 2, Scholarship, lnc. 3,
Football 4, Career: Salesman.
Frank J. Coniglio-l-lomeroom Officer 4,
R.O.T.C. 2, Track 3, Junior Optimists 4,
Jeffersonian Representative 4. Career:
Glenn Howard Cook Honor Soclety 34
Treasurer 4 ROTC 234 Captain 4
Saber Club 4 Boys State 3 Class Vnce
Presldent 3 Homeroom Officer 2 3 4 Jun
lor Clvltan 234 President 4 Student
Council Elected 24 Junuor Red Crass
Board of Dlrectors 2 Presndent s Council 4
Career U S Navy
Manuel Ruben Corrlplo-Football 2 3 Ca
reer Pruntlng Trade
Cost Band 2 3 4 Homeroom Off:
3 Junlor Cnvltans 2 e Presldent
c ol rsh: Teen Age Safety
Confere 4 wmon Club Program
an 4 ludent Council 4 Debating
C u C er Col e e
JoAnn Courson Transfer Student Jeffer
sonlon Exchange Edltor 4 Career Elemen
Earl Cram Scholarshlp I 3 4 Junior
uvltans 2 3 4 Club 2 3 4 Career
Patrlcla Loulse Crepps YTeens 234
ROTC Sponsor 3 Saberettes 3 Home
room Secretary 3 Play Day 3 Career
Joe Cruz Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 J
Club 3 4 Career Mnlltary
Bully Cunningham R O T C 2 3 4 CCD
tam 4 Junlor Clvutans 2 3 4 Honor Society
3 4 Sergeant at Arms 4 F SA 4 Saber
Club 4 Career Psychologlst
Sophomore Class Presudent 2 Crvltan Club
234 Student Councll Representatuve 4
Teen Age Safety Conference 4 Career
Donald L Davls-Junlor Cnvntan 2 R O T C
2 3 4 Officer 4 Career Funeral Director
Patricia Ann Pat Davis Mayorette 2 3 4
Head Magorette 4 Presldents Councul 4
Cuvanettes 4 R O T C Sponsor 3 Saberettes
3 YTeens Fashlan Board 4 Montucello
Representatuve 2 FTA 4 Pan Amencan
2 3 F H A 2 3 4 Debatlng Club 3 Youth
for Chrlst 3 Career College
Betty Dawson Y Teens 2 3 4 F B L A
F H A 4 Career Secretary
Shlrley Ann Delaney F H A 2 3 Y Teens
3 Band 2 3
Carldad Kahe De ara F T A 3 4
F H A 3 4 Scholarshup lnc 3 4 Clvlnettes
3 4 Student Councll Representatnve 3 4
Y Teens 3 Newman Club 3 4 Career Ele
mentary School Teacher
Conchuta Delgado-Glee Club 3 Scholar
shp lnc 3 Career Secretary
Alda Del Valle-Glee Club 2 3 F H A 3
Y Teens 3 Career Laboratory Technlclan
Earl G Demers Band 234 Homeroom
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Richard Armando Dlaz Band 2 3 4 Schol
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Gwendolyn Duane DI os YTeens 3 Red
Cross Representative 3 Monticello Staff
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for Christ 4 Montncello Representatlve 4
Scholarshlp lnc 34 Treasurer 3 Home
roorn Vlce President 2 Qull 81 Scroll 3 4
Treasurer 3 F S P A Conventlon 3 4 Honor
Society 4 Career Nurse
Mary Rose DnPuetra Press Club 2 Pep
Squad 2 Homeroom Officer 2 3 Pan Amer
scan 3 YTeens 3 Newman Club 34
Clvlnettes 4 Scholarshlp ln 34
Patrlcla Ann Dukes-Glee Club 3 Scholar
shlp lnc 34 Future Nurses 4 YTeens
24 Offuce Asslstant 4 Youth for Chrlst
Chonster 4 Class Treasurer 2 Class Pro
gram Chairman 4 Career Nurse
Edna JoAnn Dumm Glee Club 2 3 Schol
ashlp lnc 34 Englush Department As
sus ant 4 3 4 YTeens 2
Fashlon Board 3 F T A 2 3 4 Secretary 4
Jeffersonlan Representatlve 3 Career Sec
Arnold Jerrome Dwork R OTC 2
Glorla Jean Eakms Career Secretary
Shrrley Ruth Edenfleld Y Teens 2 3 4
Publlcnty Chalrrnan 4 F T A 2 3 4 F B L A
3 4 Play Day 2 3 4 Career Teacher
Margaret Escoblo Horneroom Vlce Pres:
dent 4 Pan Amerxcan Club 4 F HA 4
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Carmen Estevez DCT 4 Career Beau
Hector Davld Estevez R O T C 2 3 4
Ruth Evelyn Felles Horneroorn Vuce Pres:
dent 2 Homeroom Presndent 2 Jeffersonlan
Representatlve 2 Y Teens 2 3 Sports Day
2 3 4 Pep quad 2 3 4 Pan Amerlcan 3 4
Schalarshlp ln 3 4 F S A 4 Red Cross 4
Frances Ann Fellclone-Jeffersonlan News
Edutor 4 Scholarship lnc 34 Presldents
Councll 3 Newman Club 3 4 Presldent
F H A 3 Y Teens 3 Pan Amerlcan Club 3
Drucllla Jo Fernandez F T A 3 Glee Club
3 4 Pan Amerncan 3 Y Teens 3 Future
Nurses 4 Newman Club 4 Career Nurse
Frank Fernandez Scholarshup nc
Presldent 4 Student Councul 2 3 President s
Councul 3 4 Vlce Presldent 4 Junlor Class
Presldent 3 Sensor Class Presldent 4 Key
Club 34 Vlce President 4 Band 234
Drum Mayor 4 Honor Soclety 4 Career
Gnlbert Gerald Fernandez Football Mana
ger 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 4 Baseball
Manager 2 3 4 Junlor Llons 3 4 F T A 4
F T A Conventaon 4 Homeroom Vlce Pres:
dent 3 J Club 234 Student Councll
Representative 4 Career College
Helen Fernandez Student Councll 4
Cheerleader 3 4 Head Cheerleader 4
Scholarshzp lnc 3 4 Sergeant at Arms 4
President s Councll 4 Pan American 4 Ku
wanettes 4 Junaor Class Secretary 3 Press
Club 3 Career Secretary
Orchid Fernandez Glee Club 2 Career
Sylvna Fernandez Band 2 3 4 Scholarshlp
lnc 3 4 Future Nurses 4 Homeroom Of
flcer 4 Career Nursung
Martha Flsher Class Offlcer 2 Scholarshlp
3 4 F B L A
Armando Flores Jr Band 2 Junlor Llons
3 DCT 34 Career Real Estate
Cleha Joan Forbes Honor Society 3 4 Ku
wanettes 4 F H A 3 Y Teens 3 4 Pres:
dent 4 lnter Club Councll 4 Fashion Board
3 Y Teen Conference 3 Malorette 2
Dragon Court 3 President s Councll 4
Offuce Asslstant 3 4 Cnnderella 3 Home
room President 3 4 Career Secretary
Margaret Helen Peggy Foster Mont:
cello Staff 3 4 Copy Edltor 3 Senlor Edutor
4 Scholarshup lnc 3 4 uull 81 Scroll 3 4
FTA 3 Jeffersanuan Representatnve 3
Glee Club 2 F SPA Conventuon 3 4 Y
Teens 3 Career College
Ido Garcia Student Councxl 23 Future
Madeline Garcia Glee Club 2 F H A 2
S olarshup lnc 3 DCT 3 4 Career
Paulne Garcoa B nd 234 FBLA 4
Clvlnettes4 Career Beautlclan
Raymond F Garcia ROTC 3 FSA
Joseph Marhno Genhle-Junuor Optnmusts
2 3 4 Presudent 4 Presrdent s Councnl 3 4
Scholarshup lnc 34 Band 234 Career
Morgue Adanr Gnlknson Pep Squad 2
F H A 3 Y Teens 2 Scholarshlp lnc 3 4
Office Asslstant 3 4 Career Secretary
Ahce Gonzalez D C T 3 4 Career
Clara Gonzalez Pep Squad 2 3 4 Student
Councll Representatlve 234 Red Cross
Representatave 2 Presldent 2 Sports Day
2 3 Homeroom Vuce Presndent 3 Scholar
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Frank Marcellno Granda Scholarshup
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Career: Mechanical Engineer
Eddie Wengate Gunn-Baseball 3,45
R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Career: Army.
Doris Hampton-Bookstore Committee 42
F.T.A. 3,4, Vice President 45 Pep Squad
3,45 R.O.T.C. Sponsor 35 Saberettes 35
Scholarship, Inc. 3,45 Pan American 3,45
Y-Teens 25 l-lomeroorn Officer 2,35 Glee
Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. Convention 45 Debating
Club 4. Career: College.
William Charles Hancock-R.O.T.C. 2,3,45
Scholarship, lnc. 3,45 l-lorneroom Officer
2,4. Career: College.
C. Conrad Haskell-Honor Society 3,45 Key
Club 3,4, President 45 President's Council
45 l-lomeroom President 35 Band 2,3,45 Band
Clinic 2,3,45 F.S.A. 4. Career: Chemical
Margaret Eleanor Hayes-Band 2,3,45
F.H.A. 2,3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Red Cross 35
Monticello Representative 2,45 l-lomeroom
Officer 2,35 Youth for Christ 45 Y-Teen
Fashion Board 45 Civinettes 45 Debating
Club 45 Scholarship, inc., Sergeant-at-Arms
4. Career: College.
Orchid "Orqui" Hernandez-FSA. 45
Youth for Christ 45 Jeffersonian Representa-
tive 2,3,4, Feature Editor 35 F.S.PA. Con-
vention 35 Press Club 3,45 Quill 81 Scroll
3,45 Scholarship, lnc. 35 F.l-l.A. 2,3, Secre-
tary 25 Civinettes 3,4, President 45 Chapel
Speaker 45 Culee Club 25 F.T.A. 45 Pan
American 45 Presidents Council 45 Band
3,4. Career: Journalist.
Valerie Verna Hernandez-F.H.A., Treas-
urer 25 Monticello Representative 25 Glee
Club 2,35 Scholarship, lnc. 35 Library As-
sistant 3,45 Youth for Christ, Vice Presi-
dent 4, Career: Missionary.
Max Herndon-Junior Civitans 2,3,45 Foot-
ball 2,35 "J" Club 2,35 Dragon Court 3,45
Junior Rotarian 45 Basketball 25 Track 2.
Barbara Herring-Civinettes 3,45 Junior
Red Cross 45 Maiorette 3,45 Debating Club
4. Career: College.
Alfred Hofflander-Honor Society 3,45 Band
2,3,4, Manager 3,45 Civitans, Parliamen-
tartan 35 Junior Lions 45 Student Council
35 Debating Club 45 Boys' State 35 F.S.A
4. Career: Science.
Edward Holton-R.O.T.C. 2.
Richard Earl Hutchinson-Career: Certified
Charlie lppolito-Band 2,3,4. Career: Busi-
Gayla Aoalene Ivey-Y-Teens 2,45 F.T.A
45 F.l-+A. 2,45 Youth for Christ 45 Monti-
cello Representative 35 Pep Squad 2,35 Red
Cross Representative 2. Career. Teacher
Ernest Jordan-Transfer Student from Ger
many, F S A. 4.
Louis Ayala Jordan-RO T.C. 2,3,45 Jun-
ior Optimists 4. Career: U. S. Navy:
Kay Denise Kelly
Pep Squad 2,3, Vice President 3, Jeffer-
scnian Representative 2,45 Monticello Rep-
resentative 2,45 Class Vice President 25
Student Council 25 Thespians 3,4, President
45 l-lomeroom Secretary 2,35 Jeffersonian
Staff 4, Tribune Correspondent 45 Drama
Club 45 Civinettes 4. Career: Dental Hy-
Richard Lawhon-Civitans 3,45 Track 4.
Career: Business Administration.
Daisy Leon-Junior Red Cross 2,35 Youth
for Christ 45 Thespians 45 Glee Club 2,3.
Anita Dalia Lima-Homeroom Secretary 2
F.l-l.A. 45 Scholarship, Inc. 3,45 F.B.L A.,
Treasurer 4. Career: Bookkeeper.
Jesus Frank Lima-Jeffersonian Staff 43
R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Officer 45 Junior Civitans
3,4. Career: Engineer.
Annie Lou Livingston-D.C.T. 4. Career:
Richard "Dick" Lobo-l-lonar Society 45
l-lameroom President 2,35 Track 3,45 Schol-
arship, lnc. 3,45 Student Council Repre-
sentative 45 President's Council 45 Jeffer-
sonion Representative 2,35 Jeffersonian Edi-
tor-in-Chief 45 Junior Civitans 25 Junior
Lions 2,3,4, Treasurer 253, President 45
R.O.T.C. 2,3,45 Calor Guard 3. Drill Team
4, Captain 45 Saber Club Secretary 45
Boys' State 35 Dragon Court 253, MC. 35
l-li-Y, Treasurer 25 Play Day 35 F.S.P A.
Convention 4. Career: Radio and Television
Anthony La Cicero
Tony C. Lo Cicero-Band 2,3,45 Key Club
3,45 Civitans 2. Career: Music.
Ray Lopez-R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Captain 45 Key
Club 25 Junior Optimist 45 FSA. 45 l-lome-
room President 45 Scholarship, lnc. 3, Ca-
reer: Chemical Engineer.
Angie Lo Presti-F.B.L.A. 3,4, Treasurer 3,
President 45 Scholarship, Inc., 3,45 New-
man Club 3,45 Monticello Representative 45
Fl-l.A. 35 President's Council 45 Office As-
sistant 3,4. Career: Secretary.
Estelle Naomi Lucas-Y-Teens 3: F.l-l.A.,
Treasurer 35 F,B.L.A., Secretary 35 Office
Assistant 35 Monticello Representative 35
Monticello Staff 3,4, Business Manager 4
Girls' State 35 Student Council 3, l-loner
Society 3,45 Ouill 8 Scroll 3,45 Youth for
Christ 45 Kiwanettes 45 l-lameroom Officer
25 Press lnstitute 35 F.S.PA. Convention
3,4, Career: College
Norma Jean Maggio-l-lomeroom Treas-
urer 25 Scholarship, Inc. 3,45 Pan American
45 Newman Club 4, FBLA, Secretary 45
Red Cross Representative, Vice President 45
Office Assistant 4 Career Secretary.
Charlotte Yolanda Mandese-Homeroom
Offacer 2 Student Councll 2 4 Representa
tnve 2 Electlve 4 Red Cross Representa
tnve 2 FTA 3 Pan American 3 4 Secre
tary 4 Klwanettes 3 4 Hlstorlan 3 Treas
urer 4 Scholarshnp lnc 34 Treasurer 4
ROTC Sponsor 4 Saberettes 4 Cheer
leader 4 Career College
Rose Jeanette Manlscalco-Student Coun
cll 234 Electlve 4 Book Store Manager
4 FTA 3 4 Treasurer 4 Pep Squad 2 3
Secretary3 ROTC Sponsor4 Saberettes
Presndent 4 Scholarshlp I c 34 Pan
Amencan 3 4 Y Teens 2 Homeroom Of
flcer 2 Red Cross Representatnve 2 Glee
Club 2 3 4 F T A Conventlon 4 Teen Age
Safety Conference 4 Honor Socrety 4 Pres
:dents Councul 4 Career Teachmg
Gordon Matlock R OTC 2 3 Clvltans 2
Basketball 2 3 Junaor Lnons 3 4 Vlce Pres:
dent 4 Scholarshrp Inc 3 4 D C T Club
Nora Mldulla Play Day 24 Homeroom
Secretary 2 Sophomore Class Secretary 2
Scholarshlp lnc 34 Newman Club 3 Ca
reer Elementary School Teacher
Wayne Mull!-ROTC 2 DCT 3 4
Scholarshap lnc 3 4
Sarah .lull Mlrabella-Glee Club 2 3 4 Red
Cross Representatnve 4 Career Artust
Doris Mlranda F B LA 4 F HA 4 Play
Day 4 Career Secretary
Mercedes Moctexuma Y Teens 2 Scholar
shup lnc 3 Band 23 Career Housewufe
Glorna Ann Moore-F B L A 3 F T A 3
YTeens 3 Career Housewnfe
Anna Marne Moscato-Y Teens 2 3 4 Clv
nnettes 34 Red Cross Representatuve 3
Play Day 3 Pep Squad 2 Career Dress
Loulse Mullus-Y Teens 2 3 4 Parlnamen
tarlan 3 Secretary 4 Pan Amerlcan 23
Treasurer 3 F B L A 4 Glee Club 2 3
Inter Club Councnl 34 Scholarship lnc
3 4 ROTC Sponsor 4 Saberettes 4
Homeroom Secretary 3 F H A 2 Y Teens
Conference 3 Career Secretary
Mary Leona Norman F H A 2 3 4 Treas
urer 4 Y Teens 3 Offnce Assistant 4 Ca
r 0Steen Football 2 ROTC
Hilda Otero-Pan Amencan 2 Y Teens 2
FHA 23 Glee Club 2 Student Councnl
2 3 4 Newman Club 3 Scholarshnp ln 3
Press Club 2 3 Thesprans 34 Offuce As
snstant 3 Career Nursung
Ralph Pages Volleyball 2 ROTC 23
Thespnans 4 Career Automobile Electrlclan
Simon C Parker R O TC 2 3 4 Career
Russ Pate Scholarshnp lnc 34 Career
Jean Audrey Payne-Homeroom Presudent
234 Cheerleader 3 4 Scholarship lnc
34 Secretary 4 Krwanettes 3 4 FSA 4
Play Day 2 3 4 Montlcello Representatuve
2 Career Anrlme Stewardess
Evarusto Pelaez Class Oftncer 3 Junnor
Lions 3 Junior CIVITOHS 3 R O T C 2 3 4
Verna Grace Pelaez-Class Offucer 23 4
Red Cross Representatlve 2 Scholarshup
lnc 3 Play Day 234 Career Physical
Eddne Perdomo-Basketball 2 Volleyball
23 Scholarshlp lnc 3 Student Councnl 2
Aurora Perez Klwanettes 3 4 Secretary 4
Scholarship lnc 3 4 Presldents Councul
Secretary 4 F TA 2 3 4 Treasurer 3
Presldent 4 Pan Amerlcan 3 4 Vlce Pres:
dent 4 Student Councll 2 3 4 Career
Dnana Jeanette Perez Englnsh Department
Assnstant4 FTA 4 Career Secretary
Dolly Perez Homeroom Treasurer 2
Homeroom Secretary 34 Class Secretary
2 Scholarshlp lnc 34 Career Secretary
Nestor Perez Football 2 Student Councll
2 Career Dentust
Frances Perron4+Homerocm Otfucer 3 Glee
Club 2 Jeffersonuan Reprcsentatlve 2 Ca
Tony Perrone-R O T C 2 Football 2 4
Track 2 3 4 Career Physncal Educatnon
Irma Polo-Play Day 234 Scholarshwp
lnc 3 Career Plano Teacher
Patty Powell-Student Councll 4 Band
234 Lnbrary Assistant 34 Knwanettes
3 4 Correspondung Secretary 4 Y Teens 3
Scholarshlp lnc 34 Jeffersonnan Repre
sentatnve 23 Montncello Representative
24 Gurls State 3 Homeroom Oftucer 2
Sam Protano-Track 23 Career Barber
Chrrsta Pupello-Y Teens 2 Homeroom
Vsce Presndent 2 3 Newman Club 3 4
Martha Ann Rannes Honor Society 3 4
Hlstornan 3 4 Canstltutnonal Day Conven
tlan 3 Y Teens 3 Red Cross Representa
trve 3 F B L A 2 3 Lubrary Assustant 2 3 4
F T A 2 3 Career Secretary
Dolores Rey-Class Otfncer 2 YTeens 2
Red Cross Representatrve 2 Glee Club 2 3
Career Office Worker
Joe Rey Student Councul 2 Junnor Lnons
3 Scholarshrp lnc 34 FSA 4 Career
Frank Richards-Football 3 4 Track 24
Career Railroad Engnneer
Frank Rodrlguez ROTC 234 Offrcer
4 Crvltans 34 Career Salesman
Mary Ann Rodriguez
Naomn Rod rug uez
Sylvla Rodruguez Kuwanettes 3 4 Pres:
dent 4 Pan Ameracan 2 3 4 Presadent 4
Honor Socuety 3 4 Secretary 4 Student
Councul 2 3 4 R O TC Sponsor 3 Saber
ettes 3 Presndent s Councal 4 Chavrman 4
Yolanda Yollue Rodriguez Pep Squad2
cello Representatlve 3 J Club 3 4 D
batlng Club 4 FTA 4 Career Secretary
Bobby Rozear ROTC 2 DCT 34 Ca
reer Marine Engineer
Dolores Gloraa Rubuo--Glee Club 3 Scholar
F T A
Englnsh Department Assustant 4 Career
Anthony Tony Saladlno Jr Baseball
2 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 J
Club 23 4 Jeftersonuan Sports Wrlter 3
Montucello Staff Sports Editor 4 Qunll 8-
Scroll Presldent 3 4 Dragon Court 2 Pres:
dent s Councll 3 4 F S P A Conventuon 3 4
Betty Sanchez Student Councrl Represent
atuve 2 Klwanettes 3 4 Vice President 4
Honor Socuety 3 4 Parluamentarlan 4 New
man Club 3 4 Vnce Presldent 4 Class Of
flcer 4 Career Anrlnne Hostess
Glee Club 3 4 Career Commercial Artist
Lucy Ann Lulu Scaghone Knwanettes
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Phyllis Scaglione-Library Assistant 2,3,45
Monticello Representative 2,3,45 Scholar-
ship, Inc. 3,45 F.B.L:A. 45 Library Council
Convention 3,45 District Representative 45
R.O.T.C. Sponsor 45 Saberettes 4. Career:
Theoapris "Penny" Schulke-Scholarship,
Inc. 3,4, Parliamentarian 45 F,B.L.A., Vice
President 45 Student Council Representative
35 Pep Squad 35 R.O.T.C. Sponsor 35 Saber-
ettes 3, Vice President 35 Homeroom Vice
President 45 Y-Teens 3,4, Conference 3,
Chairman 4. Career: Secretary.
Leroy Scott-Junior Civitans 2,35 R.O.T.C.
2,3, Color Guard 35 Student Council 35
D.C.T. 45 Football 25 Jeffersonian Repre-
sentative 2,3. Career: Psychology.
Joseph Daniel Sgro-Homeroom President
2,3,45 Student Council 35 President's Coun-
cil 3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 President 35 Honor
Society 3,4, President 45 Band 2,3,4. Ca-
reer: Electrical Engineer.
Clotilde "Sister" Sierra--Band 2,3,45 Civ-
inettes 3,45 Homeroom Secretary 2,35 Red
Cross Representative, Treasurer 45 Scholar-
ship, lnc. 3,45 F:T.A. 354, F.B,L.A. 4.
Frank Sierra-R.O.T.C. 25 Thespians 4. Ca-
Ed Wilson Simmons-D.C.T. 4. Career:
Jimmie Simpson-Key Club 2,3,45 Scholar-
ship, lnc. 3,45 R.O.T,C. 2,3,45 Saber Club
45 Student Council Representative 4. Ca-
Frank Spano--R.O.T.C. 2. Career: Lawyer.
Mario Suarez-Ca reer: Teacher.
Raymond Suarez-R,O.T.C: 25 Junior Opti-
mists 3,4. Career: Lawyer.
Maring Barron Swart-Class President 25
Junior Civitans 25 Key Club 3,45 Band
2,3,4. Career: Petroleum lndustry.
Mary Tamborello-Y-Teens 25 Monticello
Representative 3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Fl-l.A. 2.
Eugene K. Teston-Junior Civitans 2,35
Johnny Tingle-R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Squad
Leader 2, Color Guard 3, Company Execu-
tive Officer 45 Junior Civitans 2,3,4, Vice
President 3, President 3,45 l-li-Y 25 De-
bating Club 45 Thespions 3,45 Dragon Court
2,3,45 State Safety Convention 45 County
Safety Convention 45 Board of Directors 45
Basketball 25 Football 25 Play Day 37 Presi-
dent's Council 4. Career: Navy.
Don Toledo-R.O.T.C. 2. Career: Diesel
Violet E. Tootle-Band 2,3,45 Jeffersonian
Representative 45 Newman Club 45 Thes-
pians 4 Career: Typist.
Marjorie Traynham-Red Cross Representa-
tive 2545 Office Assistant 3,45 Y-Teens 4.
ET A. 45 Scholarship, Inc. 4.
Noida Truiillo-Glee Club 25 Journalism
Typist 4. Career: Office Work.
Steve Valdes-R.O.T.C. 2,3,4. Career:
Betty Jean Valdez-Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent 25 Student Council Representative 2,35
Red Cross Representative 25 Scholarship5
Inc. 35 Civinettes 25 Homeroom Secretary
45 D,C.T. Club, Secretary 4.
Ishmael Valdez-Career: Musician.
Bill Wait-Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45
l-lonor Society 3,4, Vice President 45 Key
Club 2,3,4, Board of Directors 25 Boys'
State 35 Homeroom President 45 Senior Class
Vice President 45 R.O,T.C. 2,3,4, Officer
45 Saber Club 45 l-li-Y 25 "J" Club 4. Ca-
David Edward Wallace-Key Club 3,45
R.O.T.C. 2,3,4, Captain 45 Saber Club 45
Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. Career: Chemical
Marian Yvonne Weatherford-Class Officer
25 Play Day 2,35 Youth for Christ 45 F.T.A.
45 Scholarship, Inc. 3,4: Career: Teacher.
Floy West-Homeroom Secretary 45 Y-
Teens 2,4, Fashion Board 2, Recognition
Service Speaker 45 F:H.A. 3,4, Vice Presi-
dent 3, President 45 F.H.A. Convention 45
Youth for Christ, President 45 President's
Council 45 Student Council, Elected 25 Stu-
dent Council Representative 45 Glee Club 25
Jeffersonian Representative 25 Pan Ameri-
can 25 Play Day 45 Class Vice President 25
Class Secretary 45 Kiwanettes 4: Career:
Helen Allison Williams-Thespians 45 Glee
Millie Wilson-D.C.T: 4. Career: Office
Vaughn Wilson, Jr.-industrial Arts Club
25 l-li-Teen Club 2,45 Junior Red Cross
2,3,45 R.O.T.C. 3,45 Key Club 3. Career:
Larry Worden-Transfer Student5 Football
45 Basketball 4. Career: Doctor.
Miriam Yeats-Band 2,3,45 Red Cross Rep-
resentative 25 Jeffersonian Representative
35 Scholarship, Inc., 3,45 R.O.T.C. Spon-
sor 35 Saberettes 3. Career: College.
Rene Zarate-R.O,T.C. 2,3,45 F,B.L.A. 4.
Career: Certified Public Accountant.
Norma Zayas-FTA. 2,3,4, Officer 35 Pan
American 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Kiwanettes
2,3,4, Officer 45 Student Council Repre-
sentative 35 Office Assistant 45 Homeroom
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THESE ARE A FEATURED FEW OF THE JUNIOR CLASS
THE WORKING YEAR FIRST EXEMPTIONS
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Casanueva Hllda Coco Second row Barbara Jo Conkhn Robert Conklin Edward Crowley Glno Crescenzu Gul Cuesta Barbara
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Lelky James Leone Third row Dalra Lopez Ramona Lopez Josre Monteressr Helen Markovrtz Jrm Mateo Howard Meerovrtz
Johnny Melendr Elvrra Montoto Fourth row Ray Morales Hrlda Morera Cecrlra Murgado Rrchard Padran Frances Pardo Mer
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TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY SEVEN THE JUNIOR YEAR IS
EXTRA ACTIVITIES AND ALL ROUND STUDENTS
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NEWCOMERS WHO ARE GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH
RTICIPATE IN SCH AC AND BECO
Fnrst row left to rnglwf Louise Alfonso Cynthla Alonso Norma Alvarez Mary Anello Danny Bonanno Leon Braddock Frances
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STAUNCH SUPPORTERS OF THE FRIENDLY SCHOOL
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Furst row left to right Sylvua Ruo Slnavel Rabaldo Rose Rumore Carol Ryan red Salsbury Charlotte Salsbury Luculle Scaghone
Second row Wnlma Sutton Janet Lee Thomas Joe Testasecca Joseph Tuzzolmo Cynthua Valdez Rosalmd Vrllademoras Path Ward
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You are graduating from high school onthe threshold
of what promises to be the greatest scientific era in
the history of our universe, With the development and
harnessing of atomic and hydrogen power great things
are in store for mankind, On the other hand it could
very easily mean our extinction. Which shall it be?
l believe that your generation more than any other
must find the answer.
If in your lifetime you are able to develop a spirit of
understanding, an appreciation of the dignity that is
inherent in all peoples, a sensitiveness towards their
feelings and aspirations, then you will have found the
way, I commend this course to you.
Look to God for guidance, define your goals, work
hard, and success will come.
Mr. Leto beams with pride as County Superintendent J. Crockett Farnell
presents the Keys of the new gym to Joe Cardinale, president of the
student body. Coaches Bill Stewart and Sam Alfieri look on.
MRS. ELSIE HALL X2 MRS. ETHEL SCHILLINQ MISS RUTH GILLILAND
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A couple of the 3 R's taught in this department
claim a fair share of each student's day. To help us
gain skill in self-expression and understanding of
written words we have a group of friendly and inter-
Look into Room 2ll on a Monday afternoon and
you will find Mrs. Hall directing the doings of Scholar-
ship, lnc. She claims Chicago as her home town and
received her B.S, degree in Education at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. Over the weekends and during
summer vacations she is always on the go, visiting
other cities and states.
The leader of our debating team received her
ERE ARE PICTURES OF A SEN
BSE. degree at the University of Florida. Mrs. Schil-
ling, whose home town is Tampa, is often seen work-
ing in her yard or teaching summer school. Her keen
sense of humor and personality make her a favorite
with all of her students.
Miss Gilliland goes to Washington and New Or-
leans, too. Travel, music, reading, and work in a
variety of clubs occupy her time outside of school.
Thursday afternoons the numerous projects of the
Y-Teens are the pride and joy of this native Tampan
who received her MA. degree from Florida State
I was sick. Honest!
My autog raph? Gee!
Gimme a pack of paper, please! :
MRS. HELEN GORSUCH MRS. DEBORAH SANBORN MISS DEPPIE MATHESON
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Mrs. Sanborn, an avid fan of fancy work in her
spare time, spends more hours working in the book-
store or with the Student Council. Although she is
from Tampa, she has a farm far out in the country
where she pickles and preserves and goes hunting
with the crowd. It was near there that she attended
Florida Southern to earn her M.A. degree.
No one is any busier than the chairman of our
English Department and the sponsor of the Kiwan-
ettes, Mrs. Gorsuch, a native of Plant City. She grad-
uated from Florida State University where she re-
ceived her BS. degree in Journalism. Last year, her
first at Jefferson, she guided the Jeffersonian Staff
in publishing a first class paper. Fishing and tennis
are her favorite hobbies,
Miss Matheson, who teachers journalism and pub-
lishes the Jeffersonian now, is doing a good job as
successor in that task. From her home town, Tampa,
she traveled to Atlanta to attend Agnes Scott. Among
some of her many hobbies are singing, reading, and
playing the piano,
Our English department makes full use of the vari-
ous kinds of visual aids available, Never a day but
something new-a film strip to teach you about dic-
tionaries or a tape to play back your speeches.
AY AT JEFFERSON HIGH
These women! Extra-curricular activity. Well, ah--, uh-l
MISS BERNICE JOHNSON PHILIP ROSETE
Often heard explaining the mysteries of life to her students is Miss
Johnson, that friendly biology teacher in room 300. Amidst her collection
of dead snakes, bones, and jars of we know not what, she opens a world of
science, fact, and fiction. The bulletin boards and the Future Nurses are
her extra-curricular interests.
P-o-u-f-tl and a good thing it was, because those were not just the right
ingredients, Mr. Coleman is always in danger of having his room ruined by
some erring chemistry student, Before he took up this risky business, he
graduated with a BAS. degree from the University of Florida. With pho-
tography as his major hobby he adds to the interest of his students with
some clever pictures-and color too. I-le sponsors the Science Club where
he tries to promote better understanding in the field of science.
"Don't worry about it" may be Mr. Rosete's pet phrase, but he still
does just that when thinking of his lifelong ambition to have only students
with two years of algebra in his physics class. From Tampa, he attended
the local University where he received his degree with majors in mathematics
and physics. As sponsor of the Key Club, he strives to develop initiative and
leadership in high school boys.
Coach Stewart is a tall Texan from Coleman, who took his B.S. degree
at Daniel Baker College. l-le does double duty as head coach of basketball
and assistant football mentor, Four or tive hours a day he spends in teaching
algebra and mathematics just to complete the cycle. Whenever he finds 0
spare moment, he treks off to a quiet spot to fish.
Two and two had better make four for the fellow who has just heard
Mrs. Sparkman say, "To the board." A graduate of Shorter College in
Georgia, she devotes her school hours to her specialties, geometry and trig-
onometry. Believe it or notl She likes cooking, washing, and cleaning
DE RULES AND TEST TUBES-ALL IN A DAY'S WORK all
Comedy Hour? Stacked! The favorite period of the day.
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In our very modern kitchens and sewing laboratories Miss Messina
gives the girls facts and sidelights of homemaking. She received her BS.
degree in Foods and Nutrition from Florida State University and is a member
of the Tampa Dietetic Association and Brewster Hospital Auxiliary. To add
the spiritual and the social aspect to the home atmosphere she directs the
Newman Club and helps to plan the senior banquet,
Mrs. Leiseth, who comes from North Dakota, where she graduated
from the State University, with a BS. degree in Home Economics and Edu-
cation, is the advisor for the F.H.A. and helps to direct the senior banquet.
This is her first trip to the South and she is spending her first winter without
snow. A member of the MacDill Auxiliary and other outside clubs, she en-
joys sewing, reading and music.
DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE TRAINING
As diversified as his classes are Mr. Maney's own activities and inter-
ests. He fishes as often as he can, teaches a Sunday School class, is business
manager of our sports events, and gets some earnest young people started
in the business world. In those years spent in earning degrees at Florida
Southern and Florida State University he certainly fitted himself as a genial
and capable instructor in Diversified Cooperative Training.
F-L-A-S-HI Just a bulb from Mr, Hodges's trusty camera. His favorite
hobby, photography, has become professional in value, This new instructor
in DCT. takes a keen interest in training boys and girls in the whys and
ways of better business.
This is a return trip to Jefferson for him after a few years of com-
MRS. ILO LEISETH
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No!! He's mine!
Busy doing no hung
Curtainl And Mrs. Lively's senior
drama class makes another assembly
a pleasant memory. Her speech stu-
dents and would-be Thespians work
hard to please her and the audience.
This year a dream came true-she
holds her classes in a sound proof
room with plenty of cabinet space.
Come and relax in the newest and
most comfortable chairs in the build-
ing. The library-always a popular
place-has added more bait to draw
us into happy hours of reading. Miss
Crane, the librarian, succeeds in mak-
ing this a very attractive spot with
flowers, and books, and easy chairs.
Her chief delight is to see the whole
room full of busy boys and girls. A
graduate of Florida State University
-she likes to read and to travel.
"Takes Two To Tango!"
MRS. WINIFRED LIVELY
A tutor of tooters, Mr, Scott makes
the Jefferson Dragon Band one to be
proud of. l-lailing from McKeespart,
Pennsylvania, he did his first college
work at the University of Cincinnati
and earned degrees in music at Cin-
cinnati Conservatory and the Conser-
vatory of New York. Though his chief
concern here is the band, he trains the
girls in glee club to treat us to some
fine concerts and directs the major-
ettes. He goes off to the woods where
all is quiet to enjoy some hunting and
fishing every now and then.
Color, line, pattern, and paint are
terms much used in Room 307 where
Mr, Cardoso teaches students to see
and the skill to copy beauty. From
here, too, come those stage settings
for all our plays. Another graduate
of Tampa U. with A.B.S.E., he is in-
terested in civic organizations and the
Athletic Club of West Tampa. News
flashl From bachelor to benedict in
Woman s Work Is Never Done!
MISS JOYCE FINKENAUR
FOR HEALTH . .
Our head football coach, Mr, Alfieri, was honored this last year by
being elected president of the Florida Athletic Association. He graduated
from both Tampa U. and University of Florida. Late afternoons in football
season he can be found running the boys through their paces on our new
practice grounds, These long hours don't leave much time for his favorite
A suitcase teacher and a year-round tourist is Miss Finkenaur, who
was born in Baton Rouge and graduated at Louisiana State, Her sports
activities in school hours are girls' physical education classes, Pep Squad,
and Cheerleader practice. Fishing, reading, and travel are her hobbies,
Mr. Nocera, our track coach, is a native of New Castle, Pa., attended
Slippery Rock State College and graduated with his M.Ed. from the Uni-
versity of Florida. He spends most of the day teaching boys' physical edu,
catonflasses and acting as an assistant coach in football, Not much time
DYSCQH for family or for fun.
FOR PROTECTION . . .
Captain Cousins is from that great state of Texas-Shamrock was the
hometown-and received his MA at Oklahoma. His interests in things
military include map reading, maps and aerial plates, small unit tactics,
weapons, and national defense policy. He has studied military teaching
methods especially to use in ROTC, For recreation he chooses fishing
The head of our R.O.T.C, department, Sergeant Mylott come south
from South Bend, lndiana. He really works to mold better citizens out of
his students. Recently the RO T.C. officers and their dates were his guests
at a party. He claims his favorite diversions are sports and music.
SAM ALFIERI Keep on growing!
Some outside interference-
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Front row, left to right: Mary .lo Provenzano, Duane Dieas, Frances Wirth, Danny Sgro, Richard Lobo, Johnny Tingle,
Conrad Haskell. Bock row: Orchid Hernandez, Aurora Perez, Flay West, Shirley De Castro, Rosalind Villademoros, Helen
Fernandez, Joe Cardinale, Pat Davis, Kay Kelly, Sylvia Rodriguez. Stondingi Joe Gentile, Joe Di Pietro, Frank Fernandez,
Charles Kelly, Robert Morgan, Tony Saladino.
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A well represented group, including the leod-
ers of oll school orgonizotions, meets with Mr. Leto
the first Mondoy of eoch month, The purpose of
this council is to iron out conflicts between clubs,
ond to oct os o cleoring house for oll school oc-
Among its mony speciol proiects wos the movie
donce given on September 25 It wos the first
school donce to be held in our new gym.
On Jonuory 8, following the Jefferson-Boone
bosketboll gome, they sponsored onother donce to
roise money for new files in the office.
lnsteod of following the regulor procedure of
hoving Mr, Leto preside ot the meetings, the coun-
cil elected o student choirmon who is Sylvio Rodri-
guez, olso o vice choirmon, Fronlc Fernondez, ond
secretory, Auroro Perez
Membership in this group is fost becoming one
of the most desired positions to be held in school
The Council wos off to o fly-
ing stort this yeor by estoblish-
ing o point system in which stu-
dents con work 'roword ond re-
ceive o merit oword. Points ore
given for scholostic, othletic, ond
service ochievement, A specified
number ore civoiloble ond must
be secured from eoch field. The
totcil omount is to be lOO points
for which the oword will be
gronted ot the end of the yeor.
O F F I C E R S
Jos CARDINALE ...r . President
NILO PRIEDE ..... Vice President
NORMA FERNANDEZ, , . . .Secretary
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Ann Suco, Yolanda Mandese, Diana Toledo, Sylvia Rodriguez. Third: Charles Kelley, Patty Powell,
Joyce Capitano, Danny Costa, Helen Fernandez. Fourth: Diana Ayala, Eleanor Buzzetti. Stonding:
Mrs. Sanborn, Nilo Priede, Jae Cardinale. Seated, Norma Fernandez.
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Although trciffic is o mojor
problem neorly everywhere, here
ot Jefferson we work out the
clutomobile, holl, ond lunchroom
troffic hozords under the super-
vision of the Council rother well,
Hove you noticed the lond-
scoping oround the new gym?
Those plonts were given ond the
work done by members of this
group. They cilso toke core of
the plonts ond fish pool in the
With profits mode in the book-
store where some diligent council
members help the sponsor, Mrs.
Debbie Sonborn, Venetion blinds
were purchosed for the office ond
o new sound system for the oudi-
torium. Now plons ore being
mode to instoll o sound system
in the gym ond some more ice
woter coolers in the holls for the
worm months oheod.
First row, Wilma Sutton, Sarah Clemente, Ruth Jordan, Diana Puig, Barbara Womack, Elaine Kelley,
Carolyn Garcia, Josie Scaglione, Nilo Priede, Joe Cardinale, Norma Fernandez. Second row: Jack
Perez, Carroll Abernathy, Arlene Rhodes, Floy West, Dorinda Diaz, Hilda Otero, Clara Gonzalez, Cynthia
Valdes, Rose Michelizzi, Frank Leto, Mrs. Sanborn. Third row, Cary Barron, Jimmie Simpson, Dale Dan-
iel, James Mateo, Richard Lobo, Ray Morales, Gilbert Fernandez, Eleanor Buzzetti, Conchita Estrada.
Seated, left to right: Maring Swart, Tony Lo Cicero, Carroll Abernathy, Darwin Moradiellos, Conrad
Haskell, Bill Wait, Jimmy Simpson, Joe Cammarata. Standing, Mr. Rosete, Charles Negin, Danny
Sgro, Marvin Alvarez, David Wallace, Sammy Snedaker, Oscar Caldwell, Wilbur Woodside, Edwin
Irons, Jerry Glover.
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Back row, seated: Sylvia Rodriguez, Estelle Lucas, Lucy Ann Scaglione, Duane Dieas, Nancy Greenway,
Betty Harrison, Frances Pardo, Martha Jo Cosanueva, Elaine Kelley, Jaiuan Remberton, Cletia Forbes,
Jean Payne. Standing, left to righti Norma Canto, Delma Flores, Sylvia Rosello, Joyce Capitano,
Martha Valdes, Martha Aiken, Betty Sanchez, Helen Fernandez. Centeri Aurora Perez, Patty Powell,
Yolanda Mandese, Norma Zayas.
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wanis Club under the leadership
of Mr. Phil Rosete and with the
help of the Kiwanettes sponsored
their annual dance. The gala afe
fair was highlighted by the an-
nouncement of the Sweetheart of
the year, chosen 'from many
qualified candidates selected by
The membership ofthe club is
limited to 25 boys whose scholas-
tic average is not less than B,
who have good character, and are
outstanding in some extracurric-
O F F l C E R S
CONRAD HASKELL .... President
FRANK FERNANDEZ . , . Vice President
DARWIN MORADIELLOS ..,, Secretsryf
an :Service id
Even the smartest girls are
taken in , . . as members of this
popular and favorite club, A
number of lucky co-eds are
chosen by the active Kiwanettes
and five faculty members each
year to keep the roll at 25,
We all win a prize with those
wrappers saved by these club
members. So many wrappers
mean so many radios for use in
the classrooms upon request,
Among their civic projects led
by Mrs, Helen Garsuch are
Christmas baskets, the poppy
sale and community chest drive
or Red Feather Day.
To add to a busy schedule they
hold cake sales in a super market
and sponsor the Sweetheart dance
with the Key Club boys.
O F F l C E R S
SYLVIA RODRIGUEZ . ,President
BETTY SANCHEZ Vice President
AURORA PEREZ , . Secretary
PATTY POWELL . .Treasurer
Good citizens of tomorrow-
this is the aim of our junior
branch ot a city-wide adult civic
organization, Under the leader-
ship ofa new member of our fac-
ulty, Mr. J, A, Bethea, this thriv-
ing club has sold fruit cakes dur-
ing the Christmas season to raise
funds for a chiIdren's project, are
considering a contribution to the
Athletic Association, and are now
planning a banquet. With their
sister club, the Civinettes, they
soonsored the Jack O' Lantern
GLENN COOK ......... President
JOHNNY TINGLE ..... Vice President
DANNY COSTA . . .... Secretary
First row: Danny Costa, Jesus Lima, Dale Daniel, Max Herndon, Peter Ciccarello, Danny Bonanno
Second row: Richard Lawhon, Billy Cunningham, Robert Benitez, Earl Cram, Ralph Valido, Timmy
Palermo. Third row: Frank Rodriguez, Cary Barron, Johnny Tingle, Fausto Cenal, Billy Calvo, Mr. Bethea
fke laurloode of fireae fieruice cfudri . . .
A new club, the Civinettes, is
quite active. Already they have
worked in the poppy sale for dis-
abled veterans, sold fruit cakes
at Christmas time, and with the
Civitans sponsored a very suc-
cessful dance at which they
tapped new members.
Membership in this organiza-
tion is open to those girls who
have been selected and elected
by the active members. These
girls, too, are learning to become
good citizens under the guidance
of Mrs. Rosalie Prendes, their
sponsor, and their parent club,
ORCHID HERNANDEZ , , . . President
DORINDA DlEZ ..,,,. Vice President
SYLVIA ARIAS ..,, . . .Secretary
CAROLYN MCNATT . ,
. . Treasurer
First row: Mary Jo Provenzano, Carolyn McNatt, Sylvia Davis, Orchid Hernandez, Dorinda Diaz
Sylvia Arias, Katie De Lara, Eleanor Buzzetti. Second rowi Ann Moscato, Barbara Herring, Pat Davis
Eleanor Hayes, Pauline Garcia, Clotilde Sierra, Sandra Fernandez, Sarah Thompson, Jackie Clayborne
Third row: Mary Di Pietra, Irene Bridges, Diana Aizpuru, Cecilia Clewis, Pat Butler, Helen Smith
YOLANDA MAN DESE
K II H A R A C T E R
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HOLANDA FERNANDEZ RAY LOPEZ SYLVIA FERNANDEZ CLARA GONZALEZ
The coveted honor of being pledged to National Honor
Society comes to only five percent of the junior and five
percent of the senior class, Students who have a "B" aver-
age or above are considered for their Leadership, Scholarship,
and Character. Those adjudged most worthy are called to f
the stage in that all-important and unforgettable day.
This fall the theme of the first program was "A Sym-
phony of Opportunity," with the decorations and speeches
worked around musical land of hope.
This spring the theme was "Wheels of Progress." ln a
very impressive ceremony the new inductees were escorted
to the stage where they were sworn in as members.
The Honor Society has many projects. One of its big-
gest and best is the taking of individual pictures of all Jeffer-
ALFRED HOFFLANDER BETTY SANCHEZ CONRAD HASKELL
AURORA PEREZ DUANE DIEAS FRANK FERNANDEZ
JOE GENTILE VALERIE HERNANDEZ ANGIE LO PRESTI
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Strictly for the students. All
those boys and girls who have main-
tained high scholastic averages
while in high school are automatic-
ally inducted into Scholarship, ln-
corporated. From this large group
are selected tive percent of the Jun-
ior class and five percent of the sen-
ior class-atter due consideration
of their service, leadership, and
character-as the new members of
the National Honor Society. There
is great satisfaction in belonging to
the lntelligentsia of J.l-l.S.
Under the direction of Mrs. Elsie
Hall they took tor their project dur-
ing the first of the year that much-
needed clock for the gym.
O F F l C E R S
CHARLES HANCOCK ...... President
PATSY CREPPS . . . . . Vice President
JEAN PAYNE . . . . , .Secretary
HELEN FERNANDEZ . . .Treasurer
First row, left to right: Angela Alvarez, Clara Gonzalez, Ruth Feiles, Jean Payne, Charles Hancock,
Lucille Bartley, Patsy Crepps, Helen Fernandez, Eleanor Hayes, Mary Ann Alfonso, Martha Aiken,
Miriam Yeats. Second row: Louise Mullis, Yvonne Weatherford, Patsy Dukes, Martha Fisher, Delores
Rubio, lda Garcia, Armida Alfonso, Frances Felicione, Marjorie Traynham, Norma
Lo Presti. Third row: Shirley Edenfield, Peggy Foster, Dalia Lima, Clotilde Sierra, Margie Gildi-
son, Sylvia Valdez, Holanda Fernandez, Shirley Boone, lrene Bridges, Mary Di Pietra, Nora Midulla,
Dolly Perez. Fourth row: Earl Cram, Frank Granda, Jimmie Simpson, Joe Gentile, Russ Pate, Mar-
vin Alvarez, Norma Jean Maggio, Katie De Lara, Sylvia Arias, Lucy Scaglione.
Going abroad? It it's Down South,
you had better brush up on your
knowledge of the customs and
people of the Latin American coun-
tries. .lefferson's Pan American
club with the globe-trotting spon-
sor, Mr. Ricky Zabaldo, makes a
study of these countries through
lectures, movies, and radio pro-
This large group of would-be
travelers also held a candy sale and
sponsored their annual stage show,
Fiesta in Tampa,
O F F l C E R S
SYLVIA RODRIGUEZ . ,... President
AURORA PEREZ . . . .Vice President
YOLANDA MANDESE . . . . Secretary
NORMA ZAYAS . . . . .Treasurer
or Learning, Ar roa ening
First row: lda Muto, Hope Molina, Gloria Alfonso, Cynthia Alonso, Sylvia Fernandez, Helen Fernan-
dez, Yolanda Mandese, Mariana Alfonso, Delma Flores, Justa Fernandez, Armida Fernandez, Sylvia
Rodriguez, Mary Jo Provenzano. Second row: Mary Anello, Jaiuan Pemberton, Martha Jo Casanueva,
Deanna Arcuri, Mary Scholaro, Norma Jean Maggio, Orchid Hernandez, Aurora Perez, Jeanette
Maniscalco, Doris Hampton, Norma Zayas, Helen Markovitz. Third row: Jean Garcia, Rose Michel-
izze, Ruth Feiles, Anna Rose Martino, Sylvia Comparetta, Hilda Morera, Niza Montero, Josie Mon-
teressi, Maggie Escobio, Holanda Fernandez, Rosalind Villademoros. Fourth row: Doris Gullette, Olga
Garcia, Orchid Medero, lrene Lopez, Frances M. Pardo, Frances Pardo, Mirta Diaz, Mirta Garcia,
Arline Lopez, Dalia Medina, Carol Ryan.
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Seated: Aurelio Gomez, Robert Fernandez, Gordon Matlock, Mr. Cardoso, Richard Lobo, Arnold
Ramos, Ralph Garcia, Gilbert Fernandez. Standing, second row: Joe Figueredo, Raymond Morales,
Gino Crescenzi, Joe Alvarez, Dick Sarcone, James Mateo, Renaldo Perez. Third rowi Frank Menen-
dez, Leo Faedo, Jerry Alonso, Bobby Garcia, Vincent Ramos, Gil Cuesta, Frank Alfonso, Nilo Priede,
orizorw, or lou gc wemufe
Junior Optimists, under the di-
rection of Mr. Jack Noecker, work
right along with the Ybor City Opti-
mist club in its program of aid to
underprivileged boys. Since this is
strictly a service club, members are
required to participate in Jefferson
High School affairs and cooperate
with other clubs in their school
This year they sponsored one of
the most successful dances where
Miss Dragonette was chosen, This
new idea proved to be very popular.
They also did their share of do-
nating to the athletic department.
Those uniforms that you see on
that team of ours were bought with
the money donated by this club.
O F F I C E R S
JOE GENTILE ..,....,., President
JACK SABELLA .... . Vice President
NICK VALENTI ..., .... S ecretary
JOHNNY AGLIANO . .
4 . .Treasurer
UNIUH LIU 5
The Junior Lions club this year
sponsored a gala affair at which
Mr, and Miss Jefferson were chosen,
this honor was bestowed upon Rich-
ard Ortiz and Mary Jo Provenzano.
Part of the proceeds from this dance
were donated to the Senior Lions of
As 0 service club its main pur-
pose is to be of service to our high
school, its students, and especialTy
students with impaired vision.
Highlighting their activities this
year was their formal banquet held
at the Crystal Ball, Members are
limited to twenty-five boys, two of
whom must be members of the soph-
RICHARD LOBO .,....... President
GORDON MATLOCK ..... Vice President
ROLANDO FERNANDEZ . , . . . Secretary
GILBERT FERNANDEZ. .
. . Treasurer
First row: Leon Braddock, Tristan Barcia, Ray Lopez, Raymond Garcia, Alfonso, Garcia, Nick
Valenti. Second row: Rudy Filippello, Frank Chillura, Rene Molina, Joe Gentile, Johnny Agliano,
Joe Di Pietro, Emilio Cerro. Third row: Jack Sabella, Joe Cardinale, Victor Leon, Joe Haiostron.
Fourth row: Angelo Spicola, Mr. Noecher, Louis Jordan.
ITUBE NU SiS Ul' AIVIEHIIQ
l.earning to make a house into
a home , . . is the most important
activity of the F.l-IA, members.
Problems of pleasing future hus-
bands and children and of shar-
ing civic responsibilities with
other new housewives occupy a
major part of their program. Mrs.
i.eiseth's first experience as span-
sar of our club is quite successful,
O F F I C E R S
ROSALIND VILLADEMOROS. . .President
CAROL BRYAN ,,..,. Vice President
CYNTHIA VALDEZ . . Secretary-Treasurer
Seated, left to right: Shirley Stenson, Martha Aiken, Patsy Dukes, Carol Ryan, Cynthia Valdez, Sylvia
Fernandez, Cynthia Alonso, Drucilla Fernandez. Standing: Mary Ann Howard, Delia Martinez, Sylvia
Leon, Susan De La Rosa, Dalia Medina, Rosalind Villademonos, Grace Laughlin, Faith Fry, Norma Jean
Perez, Sennie Valdez, Diana Ayala, Violet Taotle.
omenb wor iff never one . . .
PUT HE HUMEIVIAEEHS UF X-IIVIEHIIQL
ing club this year is that
of those girls whose aim
is to become familiar with
the responsibilities and
training necessary to be-
come a nurse.
Under the auspices of
the Women's Medical
Auxiliary with Mrs. F,
i-I. Lindeman as outside
sponsor and Miss Bernice
Johnson as faculty ad-
visor, they have made a
study of medical films
and entertained several
Members who have at-
tended 75Ofb af the meet-
ings and done six hours
service in local hospitals
have received pins,
O F F I C E R S
FLOY WEST . . . .President
MARTHA AIKEN .Vice President
MARTHA BRIGHTWELL Secretary
LEONA NORMAN , .Treasurer
First raw: Diana Garcia, Sylvia Fernandez, Janet Thomas, Leona Norman, Floy West, Mrs. Leiseth, Martha
Aiken, Martha Brightwell, Beverly Dobbins, Cynthia Alonso. Second row: Jean Perez, Betty Dawson, Frances
Pardo, Frances M. Pardo, Mary Ann Tata, Carolyn Garcia, Barbara Losey, Jeanne Bradley, Catherine Casa-
buri, Barbara Diaz, Barbara Lelky. Third row1 Olga Garcia, Doris Miranda, Gayla lvey, Jeanette Gonzalez, Katie
De Lara, Eleanor Hayes, Maggie Escobia, Lillian Henry, Joan Italiano. Fourth row: Barbara Holly, Ellen Sellors,
Linda Harvey, Dalia Lima, Betty Vallina, Yolanda Correa, Diana Puig, Holanda Fernandez, Pat Davis, Hilda
EUTUHE BUST ESS LEADERS UE AMEHIE
A keen interest in becoming a part of
the business world is the chief requirement
to get into the varied program of first-hand
office activities. They visit banks, general
commercial plants, listen to lectures, and H
take instruction in using many different
types of business machines. All of the
teachers in the commercial department are
vitally interested in the members and the
activities of this club, but Mrs. Angie Anti-
nori is primarily in charge.
O F F I C E R S
ANGIE LO PRESTI.
PENNY SCHULKE ..i., . ,vice
NORMA JEAN MAGGIO. . . .
Kneeling: Angie Lo Presti, Penny Schulke. First row: Martha Fisher, Louise Mullis
Dalia Lima, Norma Jean Maggio, Evelyn Torrens, Milagros Avila. Second row: Ramona
Lopez, Delores Rubio, Frances M. Pardo, Jo Ann Dumm, Shirley Edentield, Doris Mi-
randa, Barbara Womack. Third row: Sylvia Comparetto, Anna Rose Martino, Mary Ann
Tata, Phyllis Scaglione, Gloria Marks, Katie Ross. Back row: Mrs. Antinori, Frances
Pordo, Pauline Garcia, Betty Vallina, Frances Wirth.
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Pi,E.Ti3 EHEHS or AMEHIE
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As chalk-talkers and instructors in
the 3 R's-representatives from this
club actually get experience in the
classrooms, Requests for students to
act as substitute teachers in elemen-
tary schools are promptly answered,
These would-be teachers enjoy their
day's work and increase their interest
in the teaching profession.
At the state convention in Gaines-
ville, Burgess Owings was elected vice-
president of the club of Florida. Mrs
Cassie Mae Olson, who is their en-
thusiastic sponsor, helps these prac-
ticing teachers serve their community
well and learn much in the first step
toward their chosen work.
AURORA PEREZ .....,.,... President
DORIS HAMPTON . . . .... Vice President
JO ANN DUMM ...... . . .Secretary
.IEANETTE MANISCALCO , .
First row, left to rightg Jo Ann Dumm, Clotilde Sierra, Diana Toledo, Norma Canto, Mary
Anello, Cynthia Alonso, Mary Jo Provenzano, Rose Mechelezzi, Martha Valdez. Second rowt
Norma Zayos, Shirley Edenfield, Diana Puig, Ida Muto, Hope Molina, Katie De Lara, Lucy
Scaglione, Sylvia Arias, Sylvia Fernandez, Aurora Perez, Antoinette Caballero. Third row
Mirta Garcia, Estella Perdomo, Orchid Hernandez, Mirta Diaz, Patty Powell, Helen Markovitz,
Nilda Arguelles, Martha Jo Casanueva, Esther Mendoza, Arlene Lopez, Jeanette Maniscalco.
Fifth row: Holanda Fernandez, Barbara Conklin, Sandra Fernandez. Sixth row: Marjorie
Traynhom, Mary Tamborello, Hortense Villareel, Sylvia Valdez, Sylvia Rodriguez, Gloria G.
Alfonso. Seventh row: Jaiuan Pemberton, Grace Lucide, Vestol Hutchinson, Gayla Ivey, Con-
EUTUEE SEIE TISTS
"This is how it's done," says Mr. Donald
Coleman, the instructor, Fitting their desire
to the action these young chemists, physicists,
and general science followers use the lab up-
stairs to carry on some amazing and worth-
while experiments. Who knows whether those
crazy smells, smokes, and sounds may pro-
duce a gadget or potion to start or stop some-
thing in the world of tomorrow?
ROBERT MORGAN .,,...... . .President
RUTH FEILES . . . .Secretary
UE AMEHIEZX . . . Y-TEE S
All around the school and town in many
types of service this large group of girls makes
itself known. This year with Miss Ruth Gilli-
land to guide them, they helped in the Com-
munity Chest and TB drives and made and
distributed baskets for the needy at Thanks-
giving and Christmas time.
They have set good examples in showing
school spirit with their participation in the
bonfire activities and the big dance the night
before the Jefferson-Hillsborough .football
O F F l C E R S
CLETIA FORBES ............... President
MARTHA AIKEN . . . . Vice President
LOUISE MULLIS .... . . .Secretary
DRUCILLA FERNANDEZ . . .Treasurer
First row, left to right: Danny Sgro, Ruth
Feiles, Nick Valenti, Ernest Jordan, Rene
Molina, Conrad Haskell, Alfred Hoftlan-
der. Second row: Billy Cunningham,
Clara Gonzalez, Joe Rey, Shirley Eden-
field, Burgess Owings, Robert Morgan,
Ray Lopez. Standing: Mr. Coleman.
First row: Helen Markovitz, Martha Jo
Casanueva, Catherine Casobure, Barbara
Conklin, Dixie Jo Hill, Penny Schulke,
Lucinda Fernandez, Cletia Forbes, Miss
Gilliland, Martha Aiken, Louise Mullis,
Beverly Dobbins, Jo Ann Dumm. Second
row: Jo Ann Suco, Joyce Capitano,
Frances Wirth, Delma Flores, Barbara
Diaz, Eleanor Hayes, Pat Davis, Lucille
Bartley, Lillian Henry, Elaine Kelley, Floy
West, Shirley Edenfield. Third row: Betty
Vallina, Ann Moscato, Leonore Gonzalez,
Jeanette Gonzalez, Diana Toledo, Cyn-
thia Valdez, Irene Bridges, Patsy Dukes,
Norma Chao, Marjorie Traynham, Norma
Ciccarello, Naomi Rodriguez. Fourth
row: Janet Thomas, Gayla lvey, Linda
Harvey, Ellon Sellars, Barbara Holly,
Mary Ann Howard, Dot Kelly, Rose Ru-
more, Sara Clementi, Joan Italiano, Ida
Muto, Nilla Durand, Hope Molina. Fifth
row: Sylvia Davis, Pat Butler, Celia
Valdez, Carolyn McNatt.
Seated, left to right: Barbara
Herring, Arlene Rhodes, Diana
Puig, James Leone, Carroll
Abernathy, Gino Crescenzi.
Standing: Mary Jo Provenzano,
Diana Toledo, Raymond Mo-
rales, Eleanor Hayes, Richard
Lobo, Lucille Bartley, Pat Da-
vis, Dalia Medina, Carol Ryan,
Johnny Tingle, Ramona Lopez.
Left to right: Janet Thomas,
Angela Alvarez, Joan Italiano,
Martha Raines, Hilda Arguel-
las, Valerie Hernandez, Mary
Kay Carlot, Mary Castetter,
Freida Haimovitz, Beverly Har-
grove, Betty Harrison, Nancy
Greenway, Diana Feliz, Phyllis
Scaglione, Mary Ann Howard,
Lucille Scaglione, Aida San-
chez, Aida Del Valle.
DEH!-lTl G CLUB
"Oh, no, it isn't"-"Oh, yes, it is" . . . lf you want
a good argument, come to room 2Ol. There a group
of the Debating Club members meet under the di-
rection of Mrs. Ethel Schilling to try to clear up any
doubts about the right procedure for winning a verbal
They challenged a worthy foe in a debate before
the assembly audience on the question of electoral
college vote. It was a rapid fire argument with points
well taken on both sides, but the Debaters went down
to defeat before Mrs. Lively's speech class.
On the Saturday morning radio program-"Youth
Speaks Up"-over WFLA, some of the members of
this club participate in panel discussions with stu-
dents from the other high schools. These members
meet together to promote public speaking and the
proper art of debate.
O F F I C E R S
RICHARD LOBO ,............ ..., P resident
MARY JO PROVENZANO . . . . Vice President
DIANA TOLEDO ..... . . . Secretary
DIANA PUIG . . . .Treasurer
LIBRARY X-XSSISTA TS
"Can you show me where?" This question is
heard often in that most popular room in our house.
Most of the answers come from a staff of assistants
to the librarian, Miss Clara Crone. These girls have
a true interest in learning to be helpful to students
who are searching for information.
Just before Christmas the library assistants from
all parts of Florida met here for a state convention.
Phyllis Scaglione was elected president of this district.
Flrst row Chrlsta Pupello Carolyn McNatt Sylvia Davls Anna Rose Martino Rosalmd Vullademoros Katle De
Lara Jean Magglo Frances Pardo Oneeta Ynclan Second row Danny Costa Joe DI Pletra Connle Martino
Gloua Lopez Angle Lo Prestl Martha Jo Casanueva Frances Pardo Gmo Crescenzl Thlrd row Jarnes Leone
Emllla Cerra Judy Bowers Betty Sanchez Mary D: Pcetra Carmen Mendez Drucllla Fernandez Raymond
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Furst row Mary Ann Rodriguez Daisy Leon Martha Valdez Janet Thomas Beverly Dobblns Floy West Patsy
Crepps Patsy Dukes Second row Jaluan Pemberton Adelme Peplau Lllllan Henry Eleanor Hayes Valene
Hernandez Orchld Hernandez Carroll Abernathy Thurd row Ellon Sellers Lmda Harvey Gayla Iney Barbara
Holly Maggle Fernandez Lols Doyle Leon Braddock Fourth row Grace McLaughlnn Diana Ayala Jennle
Valdez Norma Jean Perez
New for Newman Club
whnch us making a name
for Itself by nts w oe
the March of Dnmes The
gurls louned the cnvuc clubs
ofthe city In therr cry to
passers by on Franklnn
Street pleadnng for dimes
to swell funds used In the
fught agaunst polso Thus
was a specual Interest to
the members of thus club
because their own pres:
dent was stricken nn De
On frequent occasions
m nusters of various
churches are guest speak
ers before thus group who
struve for xnterdenomuna
tzonal cooperation U
der the leademhup of Mass
Rose Messuna each pro
gram begins and ends
wuth a prayer
JOE Dl PIETRA President
BETTY SANCHEZ Vice President
CONNIE MARTINO Secretary
GINO CRESCENZI Treasurer
ln the bulldung of char
acter and good cutnzen
shup the Chrnstlan way
thus rellglous non cle
tuon s to brnng the
Protestants nn the school
Every Thursday morn
:ng before class tame the
members hold nnsplra
tnonal chapel services nn
the church just across the
Under the Ieadershup
of Mr Byrd they all are
worknng together faith
fully to mane thus one of
the best clubs on our
FLOY WEST President
VALERIE HERNANDEZ V Pres
LINDA HARVEY Secretary
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Alice Gonzalez, Madeline Garcia lPresidingl, Gordon Matlock, Martino, Betty Valdez, Aurora Perez. Baclf rn. Leonard Gomez
Carole Martin, Leroy Almerico, Ed Simmons, Jr., Mario Martinez, Charles Sanders, Roland Reynolds, Richard Busino, Gloria Moore
Darrell Wallace, Frank Coniglio, LeRoy Scott, Wayne Mills. Betty Berry, Millie Wilson, Jock Bishop. Standing Mr. Hodges
MR, ERNEST MANEY
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The Diversified Cooperative Training Dee
partment has 40 members enrolled, All ot fi,
these students have ll'Q hours at DCT.
everv day in addition to two periods in regu-
lar subjects, After lunch they go to their jobs
tor the rest ot the day
But it's not all work in D CT, they have
their fun, too There are district meetings
where all the members spend a gay day gete
ting acquainted with members of other clubs
and attending business meetings
Mr Manev and Mr, l-lodges, their sponf
sors, do a time lab of introducing Jefferson
students to the business world MR, WILLIAM HQDGES
Off to workl
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Sierra Second row Vlolet Tootle Danny Wells Johnny Tmgle Dale Damel Rnchard Lobo
Mr C Roach, of the Safety Councnl Glorua Moore
Seated, first row Frank Chrllura Ralph Pages Kay Kelly Joe Cardlnale Beverly Hargrove Dale Danlel Second row Dausy
Leon, Gloria Moore Patty Powell Vlolet Tootle Hllda Otero Helen Wllllams Stondmg Louls Grlllo Richard Lobo Raul
Durand, Sam Protano Amlee Salsbury Joe Abene Cora Sue Bryant Dale Dotson Estella Perdomo Charlotte Salsbury Johnny
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Estelle and Duane looked happy at the prospect of planning Peggy and Tony meet their new tasks in good humor.
the '54 annual.
We count ourselves lucky, because we
have had the pleasure of working on this
'54 Monticello. Much of it was hard work,
long hours, and lots of worry, but our earnest
hope has been to please the seniors with an
album of their last days of school.
DUANE DIEAS, our very capable and conscientious
editor, has been unselfish with her time and
ln our work within the school and within
the community we had the good fortune to
meet many people and learn much, There
have been events and friends we'Il long re-
member. This book-the result at our time
and efforts--will make the memory more
ESTELLE LUCAS, the industrious business man-
ager, who has the job of keeping the income
just a little ahead of the out-go.
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PEGGY FOSTER, teature editor, completed the TONY SALADINO has worked well as sports edu
big task of handling the pictures, make-up, and tor in charge of taking all pictures, writing copy
copy for all individual students.
As apprentices we have Diana Aizpuru
and Barbara Lelky who quickly shoul-
dered the responsibility of gathering
items of interest, writing club copy, and
naming hundreds of people in group pic-
Connie Lala took over the post of sub-
scription manager and faculty editor with
Barbara Diaz, a newcomer, to help write
faculty copy, check names, and fill in
All '54 staff members belong to Na-
tional Quill and Scroll.
and doing the make-up for the sports pages.
Barbara, Diana, and Connie, a trio of abecedarians learn what's what
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CONNIE LALA BARBARA LELKY DIANA AIZPURU
Subscription Manager Copy Editor Copy Editor
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Clockwise: Hilda Otero, Eleose Miller, Charles Kelley, Frances Felicione, and Jesus Lima hold staff meeting to discuss publi-
cation and assignments for next issue.
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I EDITORIAL STAFF
RICHARD LOBO ,,,.. . . Editor-in-Chief
FRANCES ANN FELICIONE. . . .News Editor
KAY KELLY .......,.... , .Feature Editor
BRYAN CRANDALL, CHARLES KELLEY , . Co-Sports Editors
JOANN COURSON , . . . .Exchange Editor
VAUGHN WILSON , . .Make-up Editor
JESUS LIMA .,.......... Advertising Manager
NAIDA TRUJILLO, HILDA OTERO, MARY ANN
RODRIGUEZ, MARY JO PROVENZANO,
CAROLYN MCNATT ....,.... , . Columnists
NAIDA TRUJILLO . . . , Typist
Left to right: Betty Capoz, Gloria Moore, Anthony Lo Cicero.
There's no doubt about it. Room
208 in the south hall is a lively dupli-
cate of a city news room of a daily
journal. lt quite definitely fulfills its
purpose of enabling staff members to
get a bird's eye view of what work
on a paper is like and teaching them
to read the news with more under-
Changes in the staff each semester
offer plenty of opportunity to these
junior journalists to get a taste of re-
porting, copy and proof reading, edit-
ing and make-up.
Left to right: Naida Trujillo, Margie Webster, Raymond Suarez, Ann Moscato.
The publication of sixteen issues demands a double
duty because the journalism students must also look
to financing each issue by the sale of subscriptions
The awards-in addition to satisfaction in work
well done-are membership in Quill and Scroll, honor-
ing those who are exceptional in student journalism,
and a trip twice a year to F.S.A. meets.
. . . come ifemd 0
ln the fall at the district meetings for the Florida
Scholastic Press Association in Gainesville, many
problems of publishing the school newspaper and
annuals for the coming year were discussed and
explained. At Tallahassee in April, at the state con-
vention, lessons and handiwork of each staff were
in fer-erif fo everyone
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Left to right: Bryan Crandall, Jesus Lima, Kay Kelly, Vaughn Wilson, Frances Felicione, JoAnn Courson, Charles Kelley, Richard Lobo.
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Mojorettes, clockwise: Antoinette Caballero, Barbara Herring, Betty Budd, Janice Opp, Barbara Losey, Pat Davis, Frank
Fernandez lDrum Maiorl, Patty Ward, Ethel Ann Mayo, Jeanne Bradley, Cecilia Clewis, Dot Kindred, Jo Ann Suco. First
row: Norma Canto, Pauline Garcia, Jimmy Downing, Joe Di Pietra, Marvin Alvarez, Howard Thomas, Alfred Hotflander,
Caroline Garcia. Second row: Barbara Douglas, Violet Tootle, Richard Chapu, Esther Mendoza, Eleanor Hayes, Lillian Henry,
Sylvia Arias, Jerry Jennings, James Leone, Edwin lrons, Sarah Clemente, Angel Acosta, Elvira Perez, Rose Rumore, Holanda
Fernandez, Clotilde Sierra, Diana Rego, Shirley Boone.
MR. ROBERT scott 6 Aorn,
The Jefferson High School Bond with its high proncing mojorettes,
thrilling footboll music, ond those colorful new uniforms odds o lot to the
pep of our school. They olso treot their oudiences to very good music ot
the regulor Concerts.
Under the copoble Ieodership of Mr. Robert Scott the bond performed
ot two out-of-town footboll gomes os well os oll home gomes.
In the big porodes of the Americon Legion, Gosporillo, Ybor City Night
Festivities, ond the Cigor Bowl pre-gome show, Tompons ond visitors, too,
sow our colors ond listened to the snoppv music of the Drogon Bond.
Agoin this yeor Jefferson wos well represented ot the District ond
tj.. Stote Contests, ond come owoy with high honors.
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Third row: Sylvia Fernandez, Lucy Ann Scaglione, Miriam Yeats, Nunyio Vinci, Joe Gentile, Armando Diaz, Dorinda Diaz,
Danny Costa, Nick Valenti, Vincent Martinez, Hector Castro, Danny Rodriguez, Orchid Hernandez, lrene Bridges, Joe Cas-
tellano, Sandra Fernandez. Fourth row: Danny Sgro, Earl Owen, Ruben Escobedo, Johnny Agliono, Moring Swart, Charlie
lppolito, Glynn Bielling, Joe Haiostron, Frank Monteleone, Richard Escobio, Manuel 0. Perdomo, Jimmye Palermo, David
Buscigliom, Paul Ferlita. Back row: Charles Watkins, Albert Picallo, Ruth Hardee, Patty Powell, Conrad Haskell, Earl De-
mers, Benny Albano, Wilbur Woodside, Julio Quintana, Carroll Abernathy, Tony Lo Cicero, Clevie Del Pino.
EYE-CATCHING MAJORETTES WHO SPARK OUR BAND
First row3 Ethel Ann Mayo, Jo Ann Suco, Barbara Herring, Jeanne Bradley, Janice Opp, Patty
Ward, Cecilia Clewis, Dot Kindred, Barbara Losey. Eectnd rwvw, Betty Budd, Pat Davis,
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We were represented at the Florida ' J A
State Clinic by Conrad Haskell, James
Leone, and Armando Diaz, These boys
were chosen from the entire band be-
cause ot their outstanding musical abil-
ity. The Clinic was held here in Tampa
this year, and all those band students
who had been chosen to represent each
school made up one big band, Mr, Rob-
ert Scott, our band director, said, "lt
was the best band l have heard in a
Jetferson's number of delegates T
equalled the total from all other city
Here comes the red, white, and blue!
LT, COL. BILL WAIT LT. COL. JEANETTE
Officers present sponsors with corsages.
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Jefferson's first drill team marches off with top honors as champions of
all Hillsborough County. '
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Front row, left to right: Charles Kelley, Sam Capitana, Jae Cardinale, Hector Castro, Donny Almeida, Joe Cruz, Raymond
Cuesta, Fermin Montez De Oca, Cookie Ramos. Middle row: Doyle Wiggins, Howard Meerovitz, Vince Pullara, Tony Per-
rone, Joe Johnson, Fousto Cenal, Manuel Fernandez, Peter Ciccarello, Sam Leto, Bob Burger. Top rowg Jimmy Lawhon,
Albert Picallo, Don Whitlock, Bill Wait, Leo Rossiter, Gilbert Rodriguez, Wayne Williamson, Ted York, Tony Lopez, Nilo
Priede, Frank Richards.
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Cruz Pushes into Dragon-Panther Pile-up. P L A N T T O P S J E F F E R S O N
B Y l 3 - 0 S C O R E
l-lampered by the loss of star tailback Danny Al-
meida for an indefinite period, our Jefferson Dragon
gridders were downed by Plant's Panthers, l3-O, to
end a six-game city series win streak.
A crowd of approximately 5,000 fans braved slight
drizzle throughout the entire contest to witness the
initial prep tilt of the l953 season. The fighting
Dragons were placed in a hole on the first play after
the opening kickoff as they received a l5-yard pen-
alty that set them on their own l5 yard line. Mo'
ments later, the Palma Ceians scored their first
Linemen Charles Kelley, Raymond Cuesta, and Au'
gusto Ramos, and backs Joe Cruz, Nilo Priede, and
Frank Richards were standouts for the Blue and
Left to right: Fil Nocera, backfield coach: Sam Alfieri, head coach: Bill Stewart, line coachp Ray Abreu, iunior varsity coach.
After dropping the season opener to Plant, our
Dragonlanders took on a new grid foe-Tarpon
Springs Spongers-and scored a convincing 32 to O
The Dragons' starting backfield, composed of Joe
Cruz, Nilo Priede, Frank Richards, and former guard
Raymond Cuesta, shared the starring role, along with
Center Charles Kelley, Ends Albert Picallo, Fausto
Cenal, and Hector Castro in posting the decisive win.
Cruz' vicious blocking led Cuesta and Richards to
two touchdowns apiece and Priede to one. Cuesta
and Cruz added the extra points,
All in all, the entire Jefferson squad looked good
against the new rivals in the clean, hard fought game.
The rivalry seemed to be evenly matched and should
be continued on the gridiron.
Cuesta Paves Way for Priede.
DRAGONS LOSE TO
After trouncing Tarpon Springs 32 to O, the Dragon
"eleven" traveled to Orlando where they were handed
F25 to O setback by the Edgewater Eagles in a game
played in Orlando's Tangerine Bowl.
The classy Edgewater team scored early in the first
quarter, but the Jefferson defense shaped up and
held the Eagles-until the third period when the
Orlandoans, sparked by a hefty running and passing
attack, shook loose for three more touchdowns.
The Dragons threatened four times during the con-
ference game, but lost the ball at the Eagle IO, 24,
25, and one yard line, respectively.
Bulwarking Jefferson's line were Charles Kelley
and Augusto Ramos. Nilo Priede and Raymond
Cuesta led the offense,
Richards skirts end for yardage.
GIL CUESTA and GIL FERNANDEZ
TERRIERS TRIP JEFFERSON
Hillsborough's man-power proved to be the differ-
ence in their 26 to 6 win over our Jefferson gridders.
After playing to a O-O first half, Coach Sam Alfieri's
charges seemed to be headed for a victory, but could
not repulse the Terriers' second-half scoring spree,
The final half of the contest saw Hillsborough out-
man the Dragons, and roll up 26 points to Jeffer-
Raymond Cuesta, Jefferson back, displayed a one-
man feat in the backfield as he personally accounted
for the Dragons' only score. He carried the ball lO
times and climaxed his sustained drive with a two-
Joe Cardinale, Nilo Priede, Frank Richards, and
Joe Cruz assisted Cuesta in the backfield, while
Charles Kelley, Augusto Ramos and Albert Picallo
led the line play.
ln one of their longest trips of the season, the
Jefferson Dragons traveled to Panama City to meet
their third new foe, Bay High, and lost a 2l to 7
The first half found Jefferson trailing 2-O by vir-
tue of a Bay High safety.
Joe Cruz intercepted a fourth quarter pass and
ran 41 yards for the Dragons' only score. Cruz also
added the extra point on a placement.
The Tornadoes struck for three touchdowns in the
final two quarters to cop the win.
CAPTAIN CHARLES KELLEY
All-City '53g All-West Coast '53
OVER MIAMI TECH 13-0
Sparked by the return of All-City back Danny Al-
meida to the lineup for the first time in the '53
season, our Gold and Blue clad won their second
game of the season as they downed the Miami Tech
Blue Devils, another new grid foe, l3 to O.
The alert Dragons turned a second quarter fumble
and fourth period pass interception into the only
touchdowns of the slow-moving, non-conference con-
test. Two plays after Augusto Ramos recovered a
Tech fumble, Nilo Priede swept 30 yards around left
end to score the first TD of the game. ln the fourth
quarter, Frank Richards intercepted a Tech pass on
the 25 and returned it to the five, Two plays later,
Almeida scampered six yards off tackle for the score.
Charles Kelley kicked the extra point.
Kelley, Albert Picallo, and Leo Rossiter stood out
in the forward wall, while Almeida, Priede, Richards,
and Raymond Cuesta led the backs,
Priede fights Panther defense.
POWERFUL TIGERS TOPPLE
A strong Jacksonville grid machine-the Andrew
Jackson Tigers-repulsed Jefferson's invasion into
the gateway city by trouncing the Alfierimen 3l to
O in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville.
The Dragons could only gain 77 yards in the
entire contest, Of the 77 yards, Danny Almeida ac-
cumulated 38 and Raymond Cuesta accounted for 29
to gain most of Jefferson's yardage.
JEFFERSON PLAYS BOONE
TO 6-6 TIE
Homecoming was celebrated with a 6 to 6 tie with
the Boone Braves of Orlando.
Danny Almeida, a threat every time he carried
the ball, and Raymond Cuesta, plunging fullback,
sparked the Dragon running attack, Almeida picked
up lO8 yards from scrimmage, setting up several
first downs and the lone tally. Cuesta scored the
only TD ofthe game forthe Dragons and in addition,
gathered 46 yards in l6 attempts, Joe Cruz' attempt
for the important extra point was not good,
Outstanding in the Jefferson line were Leo Rossi-
ter, Charles Kelley, Fermin Montesdeoca, and Al-
Both teams eye the pigskin.
DRAGONS ROUT GREEN
In playing their best game of the season, the never-
to-be-denied Dragon "eleven" scored a surprisingly
27 to l2 win over the St. Petersburg Green Devils at
Stewart Field in St. Petersburg for their third win of
the season and first in the Big Ten Conference.
A crowd of about l,5OO fans, Cincluding bands and
football teams? saw Danny Almeida regain All-City
form as he sparked the Gold and Blue offense. ln
addition to scoring two touchdowns-one an 83-yard
kickoff return-Almeida passed to sophomore end
Hector Castro for another offensive honor. Jeffer-
son's other score came on an intercepted pass by
Frank Richards who returned the interception 38
yards for the score, Raymond Cuesta added three
extra points on line thrusts.
KEY WEST DOWNS
ln a Thanksgiving day game, the Key West
Conches played host to the scrappy Dragons and
came out on the long end of a 27 to 6 score.
While the Jeffersonians came out on the short end
of the score, the Conches completed an undefeated,
though twice tied, season.
Jefferson's lone tally came on a one-yard plunge
by Fullback Raymond Cuesta.
The final record for Coach Sam Alfieri and his
crew was 3 wins, 6 losses, and l tie.
Priede makes good yardage against Spongers. Cuesta smashes Big Red line.
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Playing on their own home court for the first time
in the history of basketball at Jefferson, the scrappy,
never-to-be-denied Dragon "five" scored a 50-48 win
over Lakeland to open victoriously their '53-'54 cage
schedule. A capacity crowd packed the new Jeffer-
son gymnasium to see the "home" team inaugurate
the new gym in the nip and tuck, overtime tilt,
Led by Coach Bill Stewart and team captains Joe
Cardinale and Charles Kelley, the hustling Jefferson
cagers went on to win three more consecutive games
with Edgewater, Boca Ciega, and Clearwater before
being set back by the Jesuit Tigers, an intra-city
Front row, left to right: Clarence Stephens, Tony Saladino, Manuel
Diaz. Middle row: Coach Stewart, Rigo Martinez, Bobby Jones,
Albert Picallo, Wayne Williamson, Earl Cram, Manager. Last
row: Joe Cardinale, Charles Kelley, Fausto Cenal, Leo Faedo,
JOE CARDINALE CHARLES KELLEY
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Coach Stewart's quintet, though dropping a 77-63
decision to the powerful Miami Senior High Stingarees
following Jefferson's first defeat, played one of their
best games of the season. The Dragonland "five"
were able to "squeeze" in another victory, a 38-32
win over St. Petersburg, before losing a thrilling con-
test to the Edgewater Eagles in a game that wasn't
decided until the final seconds.
Thereafter it was Coach Stewart's scrapping team's
uphill surge. Beginning with a 45-34 lacing over the
Boone Braves of Orlando, our Gold and Blue clad
went on to win five straight games, all on the "new"
court. Also included in the uphill surge were wins
over Plant, Hillsborough, Jesuit, and K.M.l.
Then the fighting Dragons hit a slump, winning
only two out of their remaining 9 games, Hillsbor-
ough evened the count with our Jefferson cagers by
handing them a 66-44 defeat in the H.H.S. gym.
Clearwater lost its second game of the season to the
"hot and cold" cagers from Tampa Heights. Before
journeying to the Gateway City, the Dragons dropped
games to Boone and St. Petersburg.
ln Jacksonville, the Stewartmen went up against
tough Andrew Jackson, Big Ten Champs, but were
downed in a hard fought game in which the Tigers'
superior height was a decisive factor, Landon's Lions
topped Jefferson, 45-34, to end the Jacksonville af-
fair. After edging Boca Ciega, 56-50, the Jefferson
Hoopsters dropped the final 2 games on the slate,
Plant and Lakeland respectively, to climax a 23-game
All in all, it was a winning season ll2-lOl for our
Dragon cagers, who finally had a home court to
practice and play upon.
For their fine all-around play throughout the en-
tire season, Cardinale and Kelley were named to
Tampa's All-City basketball mythical team.
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APRIL 30 . REGIONALS IHILLSBOROUGHI
At this writing the track team is working in preparation
tor the track season opening with a dual meet against the
Coach Fil Nocera, in his second year at the helm ot
the Dragon thin-clads, will aspire to bettering ot individual
achievement and further challenge the supremacy of our
city rivals for city track Iaurels.
The Dragon cindermen will participate in tive meets
ending with the climactic state meet at the University ot
Florida in Gainesville.
COACH FIL NOCERA
First rfsw, lctt tc rightg Jerry Jennings, Sam Leto, Joe Chacon, Manuel Diaz, Eddie Valdez. Second row. Charles Kelley, Tommy Spoto, Ray
mond Suarez, Tony Jiminez, Hector Castro, Jimmy Corbitt. Third row, Richard Lobo, Richard Lawhon, Wayne Williamson, Carl Andersen
Bobby Jones, Ted York, Leo Rossiter, Gilbert Fernandez.
COACH PAUL ALFIERI, COACH LOU GARCIA
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SIXTH DIAMOND TITLE
The Jefferson Dragon baseball team, city
champs for five straight years, daffed the lid
on the '54 season by hammering out an 8
to 3 win over intra-city rival, OLPH. In their
second outing the Dragon "hit parade" pro-
duced I6 runs on I7 hits to trounce soundly
the Jesuit Tigers, another city rival, I6 to I.
Starting his third year as baseball mentor
at Jefferson, Coach Paul Alfieri, with capable
assistance from Coach Lau Garcia, has worked
hard with the Dragon nine to seek another
city crown and other championships, such as
Big Ten, Regional, and State tournaments.
Coaches Alfieri and Garcia were greeted by
eight Iettermen from the '53 squad. Senior
Iettermen were Danny Almeida, Tony Sala-
dino, Fausto Cenal, Tony Gonzalez, and Eddie
Gunn. Junior Iettermen were Nilo Priede, Lou
Faedo, and Eddie Diaz.
RICK PADRON, DAN ALMEIDA, TONY SALADINO, NILO PRIEDE, ED DIAZ
LEON BRADDOCK, ALBERT DIAZ
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"Phys. ed." class makes ready for softball
Grace Lucido serves the bird while Car-
roll Eakins stands by in class badminton
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A modern Robin Hood, Beverly Dobbins,
shows the girls the proper way to use a High jumpers start basketball game as
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"Go, Dragons, Go?
Go, Dragons, Go!
Hit 'em high-hit 'em low. ..
The Jefferson High cheerleaders help
those Dragon fans really raise the roof
in pep assemblies and make them-
selves heard on the fields of play. lt
takes long hours of practice, too, for
these girls before the season starts to
turn out a zippy crew, During the
summer and 'til late hours in Septem-
ber they meet to learn the yells and
cheers. They help us to know that
"Jefferson Dragons are the best."
Front row, left to right: Helen Fernandez, Head: Martha Aiken, Co-Head. Back row: Eleanor
Buzzeti, Sylvia Rosello, .lean Payne, Yolanda Mandese, Martha Valdez, Mariana Alfonso,
Sylvia Davis, Yolanda Rodriguez, Elaine Kelley, Yolanda Delgado, Ophelia Del Castillo.
Pep Club and school spirit mean the
same thing this year at J.H.S, This
club practiced last period all during
the football season and then switched
to a physical education class. They
sell programs at the games and color-
ful blue and gold shakeroos. Often,
with the band, they present the half-
time show. This spring they will be-
gin training for the forthcoming sea-
son. The profits go to the Physical
Education Department or when needed
to pay the expenses of the Pep Squad
on out of town games. The sponsor,
Miss Finkenauer, teaches the drills
and makes their club a favorite.
First raw: Jajuan Pemberton, Faye Williams, Rose Aponte, Elsa Garcia, Jeanette Nunez, Angie
Puleo, Antoinette Castellano, Lois Doyle, Sylvia Fernandez. Second row: Mary Anello, Ruth
Feiles, Margie Williams, Mary Ann Relliot, Rose Marie Smith, Josie Spinello, Shirley De Castro,
Rita Castellano, Leadora Alvarez, La Vaughn Parker, Sindi Rohaldo, Rose Michellezzi, Ar-
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The Uxrversity conducts an ElQhf weeks sunirier session as an integral part cf rhe regular college year. The summer
session is staffed largely fret: the regular fac'ol",', Suninier coarses applicable toward araduaiion, have been of-
'erea Qezltirgxopisly sirce 193-4 for ieaohers iii servgoe regular sipzaerlts ara staaerits frorr. other institutions who desire
fc ezzrr oreoit transferable to their cwrg college.
Taxis: and fees for fullfzirie students approximately S4130 per year. For farther information regarding reaistratiori,
address Mrs. Sylvia HCYLCQYT Registrar. Yearfround sports.
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UNIVEPSITY QF TAMPA
Curb Service Dmmg Room Serwce
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3701 Florida Avenue Tampa
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"We earn while we learn" comment some Jefferson National Guard members, Joe
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FOR INFORMATION CALL:
The School That Gets Results
Convenlently Located Downtown at
914 Franklln Street
THE FAMOUS GDIII
Courses deslgned to sunt the Indlvldual s needs
complete employment counsellung and place
1323 MAIN ST sARAso1A
PHONE 21177 or 22155
DANIEL SGRO and C0 SALSBURY
STUDIO OF DANCING
Home 8- Commerclal 302 E Columbus D'
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES
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Ph 42513 1517 Rodney Ave Home Ph 24 3421
When You Want It
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STEEL WORKS INC. m, 81, Ave
9 Phone 42 8681
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"Your Health and Happiness Lies Behind MiIk"
soy some populor school leoders - Joe Cordinole, Mox
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MODERN DAIRY FARM
Most Complete Display of:
Quality Bedroom Furniture
RUGS 81 CARPETING - LAMPS
Bride and Groom Furniture
810 Grand Central
Tampd, Florida Phone 878121
FLAVOR YOU LL FAVOR
Driver Trolnlng Program
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2337 Cherry Street
Best wishes from
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Roofzng and Sheet Metal Contractors
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Best of Luck to Jefferson
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4312 Florida Ave. Tampa, Florida TAMPA, FLORIDA
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2909 Fla Ave 22317
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BUY SELL TRADE
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Phone 416011 2326 E Broadway
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New and Used
3506 Arlington Ave 2 56643
B. MARION REED
Ph 83737 Platt at Plant Ave
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Management Personnel Sales
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needs I to 6 months
tor hngher ratungs an the armed forces
Write phone or call for free lnformohon
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Sports Barber Shop
4116 Armemct Ave
PUIIIY Sprlnqs Water
See Vlnce for Prlnts
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Cohseum Skating Rink
Phone 8 1268
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHO S WHO
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
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