Van Antwerp Junior High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Schenectady, NY)

 - Class of 1956

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9, 1 W .J K 4 0 ,J ,633 K kg? if V, J, L! l ig f lik 1 .. , fp 'ff Niigmhw lp' K I My f Fx l Q Qfff if VAN ANTWERP JR. I-HGH SCHENECTADXQ N.Y XQ 4 x X S JOHN FINK Superintendent 795 Wm ARTHUR D. PUTNAM Principal Dedication We, the graduating class of 1956, dedi- cate this yearbook to Catherine Henry, our faculty advisor, without whose help this year book would never have been possible. 'X Faculty yf Y 2 n i W?" Front row, seated left to right: Miss Mathiseg Mrs. Crowng Mrs. Bass, Mr. Putnam, Prin- cipal, Mrs. Marrsg Mrs. Wretlindg Mrs. Ryang Miss Brennan. Second row: Mrs. Bertolet, Mrs. Tuttle, Miss Hessler, Mrs. Neil, Mr. Johnson, Miss Pound, Mrs. Henry, Miss Horstmann. Third row: Miss Morrison, Miss Pentecost, Miss Millspaugh, Mr, Langton, Mr, Williams Miss Corrigan, Miss Kinum, Mrs. O'Grady, Miss Peterson. Fourth row: Mr. Flahive, Mr. Schiff, Mr. Taorrriina, Mr. Blake, Mr. Craig, Mr. Gifford, Mr. Gleason. fM..2'zf9w.f1-J Q mf' ' ss ,AY t " .-W pc f . Student Council Front row: Rosemary Leva, Peggy Nitzman, Nancy Flora, Joan Kline, Tom Pettibone, George Lorch, John Maiuccoro, Doug Austin, Bob Bullard, Dave Lamoreaux. Second row: Richard Crookes, Ricky Loeffler, Karen Gemi, Dave Robertson, Nancy Felthousen, Tom Abele, Karen Lund, Julie Jordan, Elaine Hollenbeck, Dick Cain, Third row: Linda Lewis, Freddy Buehler, Jeannie Kline, Sue Ellen Fitzpatrick, Clara Fleischmann, Phil Snow, Ed Bednarowski, Pam Cobb, Ann Gatta, Gary Vanderhorst. Fourth row: Helen Plumb, Freda Bundy, Larry Bier, Sue Circe, Irene Lurie, Molly McClure, Bob Villanova, Miss Brennan. Fifth row: Mr. Langton, Steve Kessler, Bill Lamoureux, Clayton Janaitis, Tom Kalteux, Ojfzcers President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer: George Lorch John Maiuccoro IOHH Kline TOITI Pettiboue 1 ,PQ I r if ' gf . . Em , .. , Deborah Acton Debby Choir, Bowling, Basketball . . . that debbish look ski girl flirtatious eyes. . . Joseph Aragona Joe Man of few words . . . the quiet type . . . Mr. Mischief , , . Richard Arthur Dick Photography Club , , . clever re- marks . . . mis- chief lurks in dis- guise . . . never a moment of silence Jeanette Bardin Bowling . . . cap- tivating eyes . . . Jeanie with the light brown hair Emily Baxter Ommy Diary , , , Bowling . . . Library Club , , , a quiet man- nerism . . . the pleasures of true friendship , , , Nancy Begley Nan Choir . . . Diary . . . Bowling . . . Library Club , , , gay as thistle- down . . . sunny side up , ,, win- ning ways , . . r John Bradley Ninth Grade Q i 4195, 'fi Graduates au-y,u , .a L M. ., , , H ,. if-ff, f .,,. ,gg-3 Pie! g 'Q-gfqfeza 1 A .9 til Lucille Bellamy 'F Always smiling.. Simply Super --- ' I n Choir . . . Nurse's p f Aid An Club ' f ' Marjorie Bellamy 'Jaw .,,v "V: 1 Tig Margy gy - Art Club . . . two . tyyirr 1. of 3 kind 'CNY Georgann Bentley George Mission: romance men men... men . . . Abby Bernstein bfi B 1 f Art Club petit and preious . . . good things come -Q in small packages ' ' ' gin , , Myfkingdom for 1 ,ytr K 2 a car . . . just ss f ti' rollin' along . . . , K S it ei s S 1 2 i Mis .. ,...' . i5ff'7 ,,,. '-22 i B . Richard Brainard Dick Brub Varsity basket- ball . . . trading smiles with every- one . . . he's a hit . . . easy go- ing cheerfullness Susan Brand Sue Laughing . . . care- free . . . sweet and gay . . . she gets happier every day... Ion Broderick , Danger , , , dynamite . . . a swell guy , . , a lot of fun . . . Barbara J. Brown Barby Ch0ir . . . Science Club . . . quiet- ness with a sparkle . . . tops to be with , . . David Brush Dave Senior Band . . . quiet on the come- back, able and willing . . . Joanna Burger Jo Art Club . . . Ch0ir . . . Science Clllb . . . a great gal . . . every- body's friend , , , David Burke Dave A good all around guy a pal to all . . . Roger Butterfield For he's a jolly good fellow . . . friendly at all times . . . Edward Cabaniss Ned Senior Band , , , trumpet tricks . . full of fun and laughs . . . John Canning Moley Varsity Basket- ball . . . Bowling . . . safe by a slide . , . armful of girls . . . man a- bout town . . . Richard Carrigan Dick One of the roving kind . . . give him the wide open spaces . . . Maureen Carta Brain Fun to be with . . . beaming smile. . . Marianna Clover Pooky Choir . . . Diary . . . Varsity Cheer- leader . . . Dance Committee . . . Photography Club . . . she's glowing . . . she' s great. . . Sylvia Cohen Diary . . , Choir ArtClub A's with ease . . . a great sense of humor . . . she'll never tell , . , Rosemary Congdon Miami Maid . . . looking into the future , , , Michael Cotton Mike Varsity Basket- ball . . . Senior Band . . . Student Council . . . Choir Bowling wide awake on the court . , . A for athletics . . . Kenneth Coyle Kenny Pint of pep , , , better late than never , , , Jerry Czech On the go . . . intellectual look We iff f u l l i if -f e gif K 56' Attn Milton Danko Mooney Science Club . . . the grin that wins , , , wise cracks and chuckles . . . Dennis DeGraff Denny Varsity Basket- ball . . . straw- berry topping . . . a way with the girls . . . sharp- shooter . . . Lynne DeHollander Library Club . . . Diary . . . Choir , , . all around friendliness . . . Miss never miss Michelle deMarco Mickey Nurse's Aid . . , soft-spoken . . . always a smile Jeffrey Denison Jeff Devil may care , , . just looking around . . . Charlyn DeWalt Library Club . . . Diary . . . Science Club . . . Bowling . . . Choir . . . skill with a quill . . . shy sweet- ness . . . simply super , , , sv, X Again, ., C5i7f't': ff1i:"'YiiP7F5'W?!3'5' We I - - fxgieagwsf - n, srrgsgev - .ag-Q12-' Q tu. i ar -.,,.,f' 2 -2 3 fs '82 W K Z Q 3 n 1 Natalie DiCerbo Nat Art Club . . . lassie from Draper . she'll never walk alone . . . Gail Dickinson A zest for sports . . . sporty and friend- Betty Doran Photography Club . that inner glow ...wr . . . real neat kid . . . Joy to the world . . . . wig M James Duncan i s - D we Jimmy -- A friend to all. . . if g , gjhg- tons of fun. . . S , If Q. ,yy 5. 'K' W if ' .fd Linda Edmondson Choir. . . Diary. , , happy all the while . . . dynamite personality . . . Harvey Ekins Diary . . . sure click with a camera . . . a reel-y clever guy . . . Wrestling Club . . . ii ,if ,K ,,., 3, I 1 I ,ts . 1 f fad 3 ,- , 'f , my, ' ' utilize P yea X Nd . wb ' W . Ugg. h Wag , . " ' 'V' H' . e-3,941 v,jlfT"" ml, r qxyig 1 A 4, 'lf' ' " '. ii : ' . " 1- N! an ' Y 'f'ai Douglas Englert Dougie Rougish to the im- pish degree , , , pint of fun , , Bowling , , Richard Farina Dick Power with a pur pose . . . dark hair . . . irresistible , . , ZR Carol Finnan WK all 'A E? Steady as the seasons , , , girlish giggles . . . Nurse's Aid . . George Flagg Photography Club , . . Science Club . . . Senior Band . . . chivalry is not dead . . . depend- able . . Clara Fleischmann Choir . . . Student Council. . . here's a gal who's lots of fun . . . she's liked by everyone . . . Donald Forkas Butch Choir , . . Bowling . . . Photography Club . . . Science Club . . . to know him once is to like him always . . . 2- M K , pfti ., ffiiizt .. -. ' ' 'sa-ala 3 fanwivt: 4 M'i'!'2' .r 3 1 Ve if .ff fgigxsffcf, V . A A-ffawiis Wm x ,, -4-3 e.: ,IP , Q .. Us vi' iz 1 ,Ea 4, as . ,WI i 1' 44, , i f N, W ,. F 1 yr H, wr 2,13,1221fSezfw 1 ' ' rf- '5L?E?i,.?i'i?"V ' - Janet Forshaw Blond and daring , , homeroom claustro phobia , , , Stephen Frank Steve Choir . . . always agreeable . . . math ematical genius . . . Norman Frederick Norm Photography Club . . , forever musical . . . a beat on the old sax . . . "Norm's Band" . . . Band . . Sally Gene Freihofer Sally Photography Club . . Library Club . , . she may be quiet that is true, but her virtues are far from few . . . Helen Frisk Choir . . .disposi- tion smooth as vel- Vet . . . a talent for the piano , , , George Fritschler Science Club . . . Senior Band ,,.. 'Scientific Genius " . at peace with the world . . . if rw' 'L -1 it ,,...v' e N , fyff' WAP' ,aaa-wdllvi' Lillian Frye Lil Always a helping hand . . . a per- son to trust . . . Peter Fullman Smiling through the years . . . witty phrase . . . merry ways . . . Robert Gaerttner Bob Seriously speak- ing . . . quiet .in class as a rule. . . Eugene Galusha Gene Choir . . . Senior Band . . . Dance Committee , . . Varsity Basketball . . . base with a beat . . . man of the world . . . such a way with women Linda Gray Photography Club . . . Choir . . . Nurse's Aid . . . infinity of friends , , Q whirlwind of gaiety . . . Wayne Green Library Club , , , Science Club , , , Photography Club . . . the virtue of silence . . . come- dian without a script . . . fr . f- s ' f was U . -. 'ls f i ' 9. no'g i Kathy Gridley Florida Maid . . . full of fun . . . eye appeal , , , Robert Gridley Bob Photography Club . . . operation: Camera . . . a real nice guy . .. Roger Griffin Sort of shy but a real swell guy, , , nice to know . . . Carl Gruman Hot rod happy. . . behind the wheel . . a smooth line Shirley Hans Library Club . . . blondy with a bounce . . . star in our eyes . . . Kersti Hantzon Photography Club . . . yours for lots of fun . . . fore- cast: mild and sunny , . . r-"Cb Linda Hargan Shy sweetness . . . fine friendship. . . sweet and shy, . . Susan Hayes Sue Choir . . . Senior Band . . . that magic spell of music . . . versi- riury Jean Hayner Volumes of pleas- ure , , . always companionable . . . unruffled com posure . . . Thomas Hayner Tom Bowling . . . tom- foolery . . . a prankish sense of humor . . . Larry Heinen Science Club . . . stroke of genius . . . those witty comments . . . browsing among books . . . p L' l Margaret Hender- .. son ' V ,I Margy Cute as a south- ,N ern apple blos- L P som , , , pleasing V f zpl l grilv ' personality , , . ,.: 19' Patricia Hill Pat Choir . . . voice like a lark . . . dressed to kill . . . happy all the while Roberta Holt Robin Choir . . . Diary. , , Dance Committee . . . a girl of fash- ion . . . Dancing Delight . . . "Fore" Devil within . . . anywhere I wander . . the Hume" in umorous 2 N ligg Ps! o u ' h . . . 3 X John Humphrey Never a worry , , , never a care . . . never a frown . , , nothing in life can get him down . , , Towel Committee I 5 M , . P ' -' -1 :.' , " --4 E . .Z 3 M Priscilla Innocent -11 , at , ' H ,, W5 Sweet and innocent V, 5 . . . a nice friend kg. J ,251 ggygirvk . V ' fi I' ir 5 WSJ. . Q, L J ws. , Janet Jacob 1 iq J , xii Shy as a violet. . . . sweet as a candy 5 tyyitpyyy y tp y - K , r' , , . .1 My -f' A-..L.....,, i P ff',ii73',55-iiwfrl .1 534' ff f , W " .. . .1-it James Kalteux Jimmy Never a care . . . cascading laugh- Ief . . . Anna Kardash Choir . . . deft fingers with a thimble and a bobbin. . . " SisterS" Pauline Kardash Polly Library Club . . . Art Club . . . strummin' on the ole banjo . . . sew- ing with a smile Stephen Kessler Steve Varsity Basket- ball . . . Choir. . . Student Council . . . waves that wave . . . up to par , . . friends by the score , , . Anne Kirkby Topped with curls . . . fair in skin and eyes . . , Joan Kline Joanie Ch0i1' . . . Varsity Cheerleader , , , Student Council . . . short and sweet . . . can't be beat . . . high in pep and energy gf?s Alberta Knapp Bertie Library Club . . . Choir , , , a friend to all . . . long blonde tresses. . . a smile for col- gate . . . Barbara Knapp Barb, B. J, Passion for pooches . . . canine craze, miniature that is . . . Diary, Librar- y Club, Photogra- phy Club . . . Paul Kornacki Senior Band . . . quiet and con- siderate . . . loves to make pins for the cheerleaders Fred Kuehn Senior Band . . . It's nice to be natural, when you are naturally nice . . . Judith LaGrange Judy Debating Club. . . Art Club . . . nev- er a dull moment . . . incessant chatter . . , William Lamoureux Bill Choir . . . Student Council . . . for whom the party bell tolls . . . a swell sense of humor . , , pp I L yayy ll p P i f 1'-"7 1-i"'fi Sandra Lanoue Sandy Honeyed sweet- ness . . . blondy . . . pint of pep. , , Joan Lawrence Joanie Photography Club . . . altogether athletic . . . never a dull moment, . . Nancy Layman Photography Club . . , Science Club ArtClub Library Club . . . she's on the ball . . . busy as a bee Michael Levine Mike Senior Band . . . Bowling . . . quick wit . . . trumpet runes . . . Roberta Lewis Bobby Choir . . . easy on the eye . . . spark- ling spirit . . . John Linscott Adorable devil. . . spice of life , . . never do today what you can do tomorrow . . . George Lorch Student Council . . . Varsity Bas- ketball . . . Ladies prefer blonds . . . continually in motion . . . Samp- son's curls for Delilah . . . Ashley Lukens Senior Band . . . Choir . . . dreams. just dreams . . . bashful Q U . . . soft light sweet music . . . Irene Lurie Student Council Choir . Dance Committee ebony . . . unruffled charm . . . cream of the crop , , . .. . Diary . . . B it A ,, as J . . . 'Mgt Carole Lyman Nurse's Aid . . . EYE-catching smile . . . on the sunny side of the street . . . con- tagious good na- ture . . . Clifford Mahoney Cliff tall and topped with curly hair John Maiuccoro Ukie Student Council . . . Diary . . . Choir . . . Wrest- ling . . . Auto M. D. . . . bug on jitterbugging . , . real good looks Robert Mallalieu Bob Motor minded. . . a liking for cars Mary Anne Martin Marty Choir . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . Library Club . . . Mistress of the keyboard . . . style with a smile , , , after 5 sophisti- lC3I8 ,,, Molly McClure Student Council . . . Diary . . . Choir . . , Red- rose blushes . . . ski trails in the snow . . . Iune Miller Choir . . . Art Club . . . Science Club . . . Dramat- ics . . . "June" in her smile . . . happy go lucky Judith Mitton Judy Science Club. , . Photography Club . . . Library Club . . . light blonde . . . and luscious . . . everybody' s pal . . . Marion Montgo- mery , Photography Club . . . Senior Band . . . Debating . . . Club . . . Nurse's Aid . . . aiming to please . . . doll waisted slimness Edward Morlock Eddy Bowling . . . call me lucky . . .just tops . . . a friend' s friend . . . Nancy Morrison Nan sophisticated miss , , . a friend in need . . . can't be beat . . . Spencer Morrison Spenc h 110' 'T 1. Pant:-0186?-1 fiizii '-,r ,..'r Q ei j,,e52s5fQi!5ff?iliCraig Pratt tu 16 t C sf hi S' least Bundle Of fun- . - 0 'S worrie . . . :" . S l siiixi ,- ri: lovable zaniness - wr X LQ hwprness. 2:30 'r- or iv A . . . -Ili 1 if r yy ' ivz 'Www ., ,W We-wma W B3.Ib8.I3 Allfl ., D3V1d Randall A"' A "i"': f 01SZ0WY 'ZF S rr' , Dave nice eyes . . . ri ' funtime 8:20 - ' ' s 2-30 a bo of friends forever. , . if many moods . . . Arlene Paciunas Choir . . . Library Senior Band . . . studies little . . . worries less . . . packed full of fun and tricks . . . Natalie Norton Polly Varsity Cheer- leader . . . Choir , , , Photography Club . . . stepping heavenward . . . on her toes . . . topaz blonde. . . Lawrence Paine Larry Varsity Basket- ball . . . Choir Club . . . sweeter than springtime , ,. belectably delicious . . . Jack Nowell Jack-in-the-box . . . crackerjack . , , dog craze, . . Carol Nye Choir , . , Art . . . rugged good looks . . . tall . . . trim . . . terrific Thomas Pettibone Tom Choir . . . Student Council . . . Bowl- ing . . . a line like Casanova' s . . . feet in gay rhythm . , . that ole Stradivarius . . . Elaine Pollock Elmer Diary. . . sweet Club . . . so nice and lovely . . . to have around. . . just for fun . . . peach blossom Complexion . . . Andrea Ras Andy Photography Club . . . Nurse's Aid , , . Bowling . . , parlez-vous francaisk. . . Honey bunny. . . Anita Riccio Nita Choir . . . Diary ArtClub Debating Club. . . Bowling . . . Science Club . . . Intramurals . . . hi-voltage per- sonality . . . Beverly Rice Bev Choir . . . Senior Band . . . high "flute-ing" , , , on the serious side . . . Nancy Robinson NTR Photography Club . . . a' girl with sunshine in her hair . . . aiming to please . . , an , t ' T , A miie? fs, ' aaa . , - if-1, - me H If Alix Rockwell Lix Photography Club . . , Bowling . . . cutie-pie . . . willow-wand slim- ness . . . Wilma Rose Willie Choir. . . Varsity Cheerleader, , . Diary . . . Library Club . . . That ivory look . . . maid to please . . Charles Santora Charlie Bowling . . . crew cut king . . . real hep-cat . . Richard Sauer Dick great guy , , , seriously speaking Linda Sauter Nurse's Aid , , burnished hair , , , daisy fresh , , , Ronald Sauter Ronnie He's lots of fun , . agreatguy. . . Phyllis Savage Phyl Choir . . . Nurse's Aid . . . Art Club . . . extra exuber- ance . . . nimble and quick . . . Paul Schwarz Schwarty Choir. . . Varsity Basketball. . . a "he" in the halls, heart throb symphony . . . quite a crooner Gary Scott Scotty Photography Club . . . Varsity Basket- ball . , . Choir . . , Bowling . , . laughter, unrehearsed and spontaneous . . . Sally Scott Scotty Choir . . . L'il ole Southern Belle , . . zhe's got the pep . , she's got the steam Sara Ann Sheedy Sally Choir . . . when Irish eyes are smil- ing . , , active and attractive . . . Paul Sheldon Photography Club. . . . wrestling . . . cream of the crop . . . nice to know . . . fun to be with Patricia Sherry Pat The wine of life - Sherry . . . redhead Janet Silverman Ian Diary . . . Choir . . . sitting pretty . . . V1V3C10US person- ality . . . Susan Sims Suzy Choir . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . Ar Club . . . teasable , , , freckles. . . cheerful cheerleader ...fun... Frederick Skelton Fritz Bowling . . . Napo- leon . . . the clown- ing touch . . . de- pendable . . I Katherine Skelton Katy Art Club . . . In- tramurals . . . raven black tresses . . . eyes with al- lure . . . serious humor . . . Christopher Smith Kit Bowling . . . like- able . . . chuck full of fun , , , L S rt 32 T le S at 3 5' is , Z ,.f..a,L,,.W ggi K J -it 5 S fe r al gt it t N if t f 1 3 1?-wr df if ,V gm' 5 f v a fps Donna Smith Choir . . . Diary . . . Pretty as a picture , , , tailored neat- ness . . . cheerful little earful . . . Agatha Stevenson Boppie calm composure. . magnetic miss . . . always on hand to help . . . Richard Strom Dick Choir . . . the snappy man polished suavity. . man of the hour, , , Richard Sutter Dick Photography Club . . . hep cat on the alleys . . . pulling no punches . . . the world loves a clown . . . Elizabeth Tacy Beth Library Club , . . Science Club , , . Photography Club . . . Choir . . . horsing around , . . originals by "Beth" . . . the open door to journalism . . . Robert Taylor Bob Real good looks. . . man of action , , , the "you" in super Thomas Taylor Tom a good-natured guy aword... a smile . . , a win- ning way , , . Irving Toback Irv Choir . . . mischief in the making . . . dimples and grins . . . active funny bone . . . Alan Tobey Al Varsity Basketball . . . Mr. America . . . strong and silent . . . Hans Brinker ability . . . Martha Tracy Marty The kids down home . , . never a moment of sllence chat terbox Gary Vanderhorst Varsity Basket- if is ball . . . Student Council , , . good natured and good sense . . . that basketball bounce .os ,- , s Linda Vendetti 1 Photography Club Choir . . . 1 with a song in her aicharm of a soft -1 .4 ,. E N it ,V heart - - - the 23337 53335 . ' 4 svgfmsa ' . 1' , VOICC , , if ,wut X 5 ...,. , ! ,, f aw, ,,f,, ,..s,,,, f 1' f' - .rsftzsifshazxaai friusx' AE, Ju.41-:retail X Caterina Villanova Kit Choir . . . tops with curls . . . 2:30 and freedom , . , bushel and a peck of pep . . . Robert Villanova Bob Senior Band . . . Varsity Basket- ball . . . Student Council . . , Bowl- . . . cool clar- stand personality. . . for fun . . . Judith Wagner Judy Art Club . . . Photography Club . Bowling . . . Nurse's Aid . . . Science Club . . . burst of chatter . . . merrily on her way . . . Clyde Wagoner Witty . . . always a bang-up job. . , Susan Ware Sue Choir , , , Diary pretty witty . . . and wise . . . a spring day . . . John Watters Barrel of fun . . . swell spirit , , . in a quiet way. . . real nice . . .. Ronald Welpott Ronnie Just rollin' along . . happy hearted . . going places Royal West Roy Mischief in his eyes . . . trustworthy quietness . . , Richard Willig Dick Curly top . . . silent type kick out of life . . , Wayne Wilson Choir . . . long -1 'E 5 F5 it ,,.-' A- glance . . . mis- ' 2, ' Q . . . gg S V if if chievous cycle Nedra Yulman Diary . . . twilight Picture hair . . . stepping Not ' out of "Madmoisel1e" Available Lorraine Zielinski Lustrous black hair . . mischief, Eighth Grade H omerooms lurking everywhere Walter Zieniuk Ricky lrts Winning Wal' silent type Q U . George Bailey Man of action . 100070 nice . . . chuck full of fun MR. AUGUST BLAKE MISS ANN HESSLER 3 Room 206 - 8 MISS BETTY BRENNAN 2 Room 208 - 8 MRS, PHYLLIS WRETLIND 4 Room 227 - 8 MRS. JULIA RYAN 6 Room 223 - S 'TVTTI MISS JEAN POUND 5 Room 209 - 8 MR. EDWARD LANGTON '7 Room 203 - 8 MISS ESTHER HORSTMANN Homemaking Room - 88 Seventh Grade H omerooms MRS. HELEN BASS Room 106 - '71 vga. MRS. FLORENCE NEIL 2 Room 108 - '7 MR. PAUL GRAIG 4 Art Room - 7 MRS. HAZEL MARRS 3 Room 226 - 7 MISS KATHERINE MATHISE 5 Room 109 - 7 A - 2-Fw, , ., 5 . , --V g - ' Lf?" Y ' Q 5 K 5 MRS. CROWN Room 224 - 77 MR. FRANCIS R. TAORMINA 3 6 Room 224 - 7 5 5 52 :2.,h 1 ,Q WQWQ V .. i 5 , I 3. , .1 A 7 if Z MRS, MARY W. C, TUTTLE 8 Room 107 - 7 131 R? VOLJHI ISSUE 5 F JUNE lQ5b Editors: M. Clover, S. Harrison Advisor: Mrs. Henry Sports Editors: H. Gregory, H. Ekins, A. Riccio, S. Fitzpatrick Art: S. Ware, I. Lurie l.Eerary:Editor: C. DeWalt Gossip: R. Holt, M. McClure, U. Oxnamj Special News: L. Edmondson, S. Holtz Business Editor: N. Yulman Correspondence: W. Rose Roving JJ. Silverman Reporters Q R. Leva Chief Reporter: S. Cohen Cubs: E. Baxter, N. Begley, J. Bos- worth, L. DeHollander, B. Knapp, A. Liebhafsky, P. Loritsch, J. Maiuccoro, J. McCune, B. Morri- son, H, Plumb, E. Pollock, D. Smith. ,y LIBRARY CLUB 1 Nr l 4, nl V , ' S 3321, . - Front row: Barbara Knapp, Alberta Knapp, Nancy Layman, Polly Kardash, Ruby Kanne, Arlene Paciunas, Ashley Lukens, Anne Hydorn, Second row: Beth Tacy, Shirley Hans. Sally Eldred, Al- ison Liebhafsky, Charlyn DeWalt, Diane Fowler, Wilma Rose, Nan- cy Begley, Barbara Ann Olszowy, Susan Shapiro. Third row: Ioan Dilts, Lynn DeHollander, Sally Freihofer, Mary Anne Martin, Emily Baxter, Judy Mitton, Top row: Henry Gregory, Wayne Green Betty Ann Felthousen, Joyce Ott- man, Nancy Becker, Carol Fink, Miss Corrigan, Rosemary Leva, Ann Gatta, Ella Pfaffenbach. Senior Band Twirlers IUDY LAGRANGE, HOLLY WILLIAMS, MARILYN NELSON JUDY OXNAM, KAREN LUND, SUSAN SIMS Choir First row: E. Clark, S. Arnds, P. Hill, S. Shapiro, S, Holtz, R. Holt, N. Becker, J. Ottman, S. Scott, N. Yulman, B. McConaghy, S. Cohen, B. Tacy. Second row: D. Godlewski, J. Willig, S. Hans, M. Stebbins, S. Williams, C. DeWalt, N. Morrison, A. Kardash, R, Weingarten, J. Burger, B. Haskins, S. Hayes, B. Rice, W. Rose, P. Savage, C, Nye, A. Riccio, T. McClirnans, N, Davis. Third row: D. Gatta, J. Kline, A. Paciunas, L. DeHol1ander, A. Knapp, C. Swanson, S. Sheedy, R. Reeves, R, Lewis L. Vendetti, L. Dussault, R. Marcellus, H. Williams, S. Eastwood, K. Lessner, N. Begley, E, Pollock, N. Norton, L. Bellamy, D. Smith, J. Miller. Fourth row: D. Acton, P. Vea, D. Sheldon, H. Gregory, H. Frisk, C, Ianaitis, B. Lamoureux, R, Villanova, M. Cotton, R. Gibson, W. Green, I. Lurie, M. Martin, L. Edmondson, A. Lukens, S. Ware, C. Fleischmann, P. Cobb. Top row: S. Sims, L. Gray, W Burkhard, I. McNaughton, D. Cain, G. Galusha, I. Toback, P. Schwarz, L. Paine, J, Maiuccoro, N. Fredericks, T. Pettibone, S, Kessler, D. Forkas, S. Frank, D. Strom, W. Wilson, C. Strang, G. Pear- son, M. McClure, F. Bundy, fzmior Band a fol Dramatics Club in 4? First row: K. Lund, B. Burt, R. Leva, S. Harrison. Second row: E. Clark, S. Eldred, S. Arnds, S. Shapiro, E. Pfaffenbach, B. Hoskins, A. Aragona, J. Youngblood, H. Haines. Third row: C, Scott, Mary Jane Park, R. Kanne, C. Sheals, S. Eastwood, A. Hydorn. Fourth row: D. Fowler, N. Palmer, M, Nelson, J. Losee, K. Jandreau, G. Wiltse, P. Cobb, A. Liebhafsky. Fifth row: E. Vanderhorst, P. Plant, C. Swanson, G. Curtiss, J. Willey, C. Spencer, D. Strom, G, Pear- son, D. Blitzblau. Sixth row: B. McConaghy, I. Kather, M. Howard, G. Ryon, H. Gregory, C. Hatlee. Seventh row: P. Hoffman, P. Kwolek, D. Healey, G, Grimes, I. Schultz. Eighth row: Dance Committee Mr. Blake, C. Bradley, D. Bisgrove, L. Bier, T. Kalteux, S. Mathes, Miss Pound. First row: Bob Gibson, Pooky Clover, Betsy Marcellus, Robin Holt, Gary Scott, Tom Pettibone. Second row: Irene Lurie, Sue Ware, Larry Paine, Gene Galusha. Photography lub Home Nursing ff L fl N Clark, S. Eldred, S. Arnds, K, f Lund, A. Aragona, J. Schultz, L Bellamy P Savage B Za- gata N Palmer Second row: V Ballard C Sheals I Sch- roeter C Nielson C Finnan First row: B. Moore, C. 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Laudato, rgl U Science Club Barbara Brown Nancy Layman Don Forkas Beth Tacy Milton Danko Joanna Burger Marion Montgomery Paul Sheldon George Fritschler George Flagg Bruce Travins Charles Spencer Judy Mitton Charlyn DeW alt Wayne Green Judy Wagner David Blitzbeau Larry Heinen David Lawry June Miller in 1 'WQQ WW GEORGE LORCH IOHN CANNING LARRY PAINE GARY SCOTT KEN I OHN SON ALAN TOBEY HOME GAMES SCORES VISITORS y-55 LaSalle 50 - 44 Draper 24 - 62 Central Park 54 - 47 - ' ' . Johnstown 36 - 50 ' A Shenendahowa 25 - 82 A 6 ,J scoua 55 - ea N 4 A A McKinley 46 - 41 ' - f Albany Academy 32 - 35 x Bethlehem Central 63 - 48 , 5 0 . ' 50004 DICK BRAINARD GARY VANDERHORST Junior Varsity Top row: Mr. Johnson, Coach, Sherwood Hamil, Clayton Janaitis, Kenny Morrell Dicken Whitehead, Bill Fink, Ronald Rudman, Tony Coppoia, Dick Sims. Front row: Carlton Gibson, Hal Gifford, John Becker, Fred Kirk, Peter Vea, Tommy Kalteax Bobby Gibson, Peter Claus, Eddie Bednarowski, John Shutts. Jay Vee I. V. V. 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First, on the national level, Secretary of State, LARRY PAINE, riding in his new sports car designed and driven by car enthusiast JOHN MAIUCCORO, went to visit Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, LARRY HEINEN, to talk about the recent dis- proval by DAVID BRUSH of Einstein's theory of relativity. Secretary of Treasury, NEDRA YULMAN, recently annormced that RICHARD WILLIG'S Super Self-Service Store has steak for only 25 cents a pound, A bulletin: BARBARA ANN OLSZOWY has been elected the first woman mayor of Marie Bird Land, and MARGY HENDERSON was given the key to the city. Ambassador to France, HELEN FRISK, announced that MICHELLE DE MARCO is assuming a top position in the French Foreign Legion. DON FORKAS, your newscaster, also learns that TOM TAYLOR introduced a bill in the Australian Parliament for the protection of the Koala Bear. Inthe sports world, ANITA RICCIO, sports editor of the "Los Angeles Rain, " announced that DEBBY ACTON, founder of "Earthwalkers, " all girl basketball team, managed by IRVING TOBACK, has won the professional girls' basketball trophy. GAIL DICKINSON, President of their Pep Club, received the prize in their behalf. GARY VANDERHORST, star of "Oaties" ads and HARVEY EKINS, sports columnist for the New York Times that "POOKY" CLOVER now heads, had dinner with GEORGE LORCH, President of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Blonde Basketball Players, and his Secretary, JOAN KLINE, to discuss DENNIS DEGRAFF'S new record of striking out 267 consecutive batters for the Brooklyn Dodgers. They dined at LORRAINE Z.IELINSKI'S famous restaurant, "Lorraine's Lus- cious La Sagna. " - PAUL KORNACKI, water boy for SUSAN WARE'S "I. S. Ware Stables" said that "Better Late Than Never, " their most famous horse ridden by JAMES DUNCAN, had his mane braided in a new style for his next race. JOAN LAWRENCE and ROBERTA LEWIS were given a special citation by DICK SAUER, Pres- ident of the U. N. General Assembly, for their successful climbing of K-2 in the Himalayas, but JANET JACOB is still climbing Jacob's Ladder. MOLLY McCLURE and NANCY ROBINSON just won the giant downhill slalom and jumping championships, respectively, and Beth Tacy exhibits her five-gaited mare, Midnight Sun, in a fine example of Dressage at the Olympics. DICK BRAINARD and DICK ARTHUR have found a new instrument for timing their Rat Races, and MARION MONTGOMERY has been named Champion Rope Climber. In the world of science and medicine, PRISCILLA INNOCENT won the Nobel Prize for chemistry, and NORMAN FREDERICK has received a special award for his book, "The Phenom- enal Observations of the Astrological Orbit of the Companion Star of Alpha Centauri. " STEVE FRANK just invented a powdered mirror for people who want their reflections dif- fused, and IRENE LURIE has invented a perpetual motion machine fmuch to the grief of her former Science teacher, Mr. D. Flahive - she didn't tell him .the secretj. DAVID BURKE, famous glass blower, recently finished blowing a 201 inch lens for a tele- scope on top of Mount Vesuvius, and BILL LAMOUREUX, who started his long career as a news- paper boy, just received a patent for his automatic arm for throwing newspapers to front porches. It's guaranteed not to miss. CHARLES SANTORA and PETER FULLAM just demonstrated that man can fly without an air- planeg and again in the field of aviation, BOB GRIDLEY developed a wingless airplane, BARBARA KNAPP, "Life's" foreign correspondent, reported that ambassador to the Soviet Union, JOHN CANNING, at last proved to the Russians that Edisonofsky did Egg invent the electric light bulb. ROBERT GAERTTNER, on "Seat the Press" said that his friends, CARL GRUMAN found that grass could grow on Saturn's second ring, and JON BRODERICK has grown the first successful palm tree on Mars. DOUG ENGLERT has invented push-button elevator shoes, and RONNIE SAUTER has dis- covered Dr. Sauter's Liquid Tooth Powder, while ALAN TOBEY tops them all with his fabulous "Texadust" powered gasoline. CLIFF MAHONEY also has a new discovery on the market. It is Ebony Soap, 99 4.5! 100010 rockg it sinks! PAUL SHELDON received a reward for being the first man to count the cells on the left foot of a duck-bil.ledtP1atypus. This naturally is an important scientific discovery. TOM PETTIBONE 'S Pink Pills for Peculiar Piccolo Players, is providing relief for hundreds of sufferers, and ROGER BUTTERFIELD has been elected Chief Radiologist for John Hopkins Hos- pital, where ANN KIRKBY is head nurse and LINDA GRAY in charge of the Gray Ladies. Another bulletin! KENNY COYLE has at last photographed the long lost African Quagga. Now back to the news: Things are busy as usual in the world of business. KATHY GRIDLEY, Secretary to STEVE KESSLER, who is President of the "First, Last and Always National Bank, " announced that multi- millionaire uranium hunter, JOHN WATTERS, just deposited another million. MAUREEN CARTA, famous water skier is featured at JACK NOWELL'S Hotel Nowell on Miami Beach. This famous resort, where CAROL FINNAN has finally gone to live, was designed by EDWARD MORLOCK. Due to the over population of the western sector of our country, ROYAL WEST says, "Go East, young man, by Royal West Express. " CRAIG PRATT and KIT SMITH have formed a "Kit" do it yourself construction company Qfor those who like things well-plannedj and specializing in building CLYDE WAGONER and JOHN LINSCOTT'S curved coffins for curvaceous corpses. JANET FORSHAW is their professional mourner. PAUL OLSEN has bought a new line of trucks for his booming business of collecting garbage from platinum plated cans only, and MILTON DANKO and NED CABANISS have formed Trans- planet Airlines. In the field of cigarettesg in spite of the fact that JOHN BRADLEY is blowing smoke rings from the famous "Camel" sign, DICK CARRIGAN'S and DICK FARINA'S new product, Carina Cigarillos, is taking most of their business. ROSEMARY CONGDON, PAT SHERRY, ANDREA RAS and LINDA HARGAN report that their newly formed spelunking society is progressing profitably, as is ROGER GRIFFIN'S "Sure Scuff Boot Polish. " CHARLYN DEWALT is also the successful head of DeWalt's No Malt's Reducing Salon. And New York social belle, GEORGANN BENTLEY tells us that MAIUORIE BELLAMY has a thriving business babysitting for socialites' children, and CAROL NY E'S package mixes for cookies are being bought everywhere, as is "Miller's Low Death Beer, " brewed by JUNE MILLER. From ALBERTA KNAPP who gave up her long tresses for 5500, 000, we hear that GARY SCOTT is a traveling salesman for Ford used-cars, with GEORGE BAILEY. LILLIAN FRYE has now become President of "Boiled Foods are Better, " and BRYCE HUME swam circumference of Lake Michigan under water in his new frogman suit. In the world of show business, things have really been buzzing. The star-studded premiere of the "The Anna Pavlova Story, " starring DONNA SMITH who recently married John Jacob Jinglehimer-Schmidt, fthere's only one in the 'phone bookj was produced by MIKE LEVINE, and directed by SPENCER MORRISON. It was reported in full by ROBIN HOLT, who succeeded Louella Parsons as Hollywood's Gossip Editor. The crew included cameraman BOB MALLALIEU, sound technicians, FRED KUEHN, JEFFREY DENISON, and JOHN HUMPHREY, electrician, JOE ARAGONA, "BOPPIE" STEVENSON chief costumer, and make-up by the President and top model of Max Factor, SALLY SCOTT, and choreographer WAYNE WILSON. ARLENE PACIUNAS and POLLY and ANNA KARDASH star in the hit Broadway musical "North Atlantic. " SUE SIMS, chief instructress, and Judy Wagner, top coiffure model at JUDY MITTON and POLLY NORTON 'S modeling school tell us that the dance trio of NANCY MORRISON, CAROLE LYMAN, and LINDA SAUTER acquired their poise there. At the Metropolitan Opera House are GENE GALUSHA and LINDA VENDETTI in "Carmen. " In the orchestra we find pretty pianist MARY ANNE MARTIN, flutists ASHLEY LUKENS and BEVERLY RICE. BOB VILLANOVA who is first clarinetist for Benny Goodman's orchestra, and DICK STROM, originator of the "St.rombone" just guest-starred on the TV program "MIKE COTTON and his Boll Weevils" with SUSAN HAYES' One Girl Jazz Band and famous actress KATY SKELTON. DAVID RANDALL, Bob tells us, is star of his program, Spectacles. " We also learn that WILMA ROSE, after consulting marriage counselor, JIMMY KALTEUX, just married Jack, in the pulpit, who's no shrinking violet. , TOMMY HAYNER, taking over for George Gobel, announced that his guest stars next week will be KERSTI HANTZON, star of "Ice Capades, " Judy La Grange, champion baton twirler, MARTHA TRACY and LINDA EDMONDSON, who just received trophies for talking continously for three days. The usual weather forecast from Washington was given by RONNIE WELPOTT. Some late news just came in. The new country "Zieniukia, " named after famous WALTER ZIENIUK, has just presented a gift flag made by GEORGE FRITSCHLER and GEORGE FLAGG to the U. N. And now back to the stars: BOB TAYLOR takes over for the movie actor of that name, and PAUL SCHWARZ doubles for another famous Schwartz in the filming of "Ivanspade" which also features FRED SKELTON and DICK SUTTER'S acrobatic team, JANET SILVERMAN as Rebecca, and another beautiful star as Rowena. ABBY BERNSTEIN and SANDRA LANOUE produced and directed this fine picture, we learn from telephone operator IEANETTE BARDIN, who is one of their friends. On the fashion scene we find designer BARBARA BROWN recommends "Nat's Hats to keep out bats" made by NATALIE DICERBO. CATERINA VILLANOVA and BARBARA WRIGHT are the heads of a company for making pink motorcycle booties for babies which were photographed by ALIX ROCKWELL 'S and BETTY DORAN 'S Studio. PAT HILL, professional dog-walker for Phaedeaux, SUE BRAND'S pooch, says she advises NANCY BEGLEY and LUCY BELLAMY'S fur styling salon. Their motto is, "We primp your plump poodles pleasingly. " ELAINE POLLOCK'S new Stream Cold Cream and IEAN HAYNER'S "Black Rain Shampoo" for people who still have dark hair have revolutionized women's appearances. In the field of education and literature, WAYNE GREEN has just been awarded his Ph. D. -- Demolisher of Philosophy. CLARA FLEISCHMANN, child psychologist, proved that Johnny can read if taught by LYNNE DEHOLLANDER'S method. SHIRLEY HANS, head librarian at the Library of Congress, tells us that PHYLLIS SAVAGE who is supposed to have worked with her, is still crossing the river with missionaries in India. The busy clubwornan, NANCY LAYMAN, and the year's most versatile person SALLY SHEEDY, tells us that important contributions to education have been made by kindergarten teachers, SALLY FREIHOFER, and Harvard's Home Ec Professor, SYLVIA COHEN. JERRY CZECH has written a book called "The Birds and Butterflies, " which is on the best-seller list. EMILY BAXTER, director of Ding Dong School, isn't so sure she approves of JOANNA BUR- GER'S pamphlet, "The Tricks of Inconspicuous Gum Chewing. " This is the story on this fine June day in 1976. Tune in tonight at eight for the next news- cast. 'Till then, good evening. May Fete of 1947 Best Dressed CLAYTON IANAITIA IIE! 33 4 ' ' .Wi' .A ' .. , '1-.'-,.- ::. 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ROBIN HOLT - leaves her "Oates" to Freihofer's horses. FRED KUEHN - wills his height to John Becker. JOAN LAWRENCE - wills her cats to Gail Cur- tiss. NANCY LAYMAN - leaves her active memberships to Rosemary Leva. MIKE LEVINE - bequeaths his trumpet to "Louie" Armstrong. "BOBBIE" LEWIS - leaves her cheerful disposition to Helen Plumb. ASHLEY LUKENS - wills her flute to future tlutists. MOLLY MCCLURE - be- queaths her skiis to Carol Scott. LARRY PAINE - wills his 'dance-steps' to Fred Astaire. TOM PETTIBONE - leaves his "snappy" clothes to Bob Gibson. DAVE RANDALL - leaves his interest in automation to David Blitzblau. ALIX ROCKWELL - wills her mispronounced first name to Ella Pfaffenbach., PAUL SCHWARZ - leaves his "back-porch-swing" to Gail Wiltze. "BOPPIE" STEVENSON - leaves her cast to John Shutts. DICK STROM - leaves to make room for another Dick Strom. IRV TOBACK - bequeaths his dimples to Dick Sims. CATERINA VILLANOVA - leaves V. A. S. wondering what it's like to take gym. JOHN WATTERS - leaves his name to the reservoir. NEDRA YULMAN - leaves her "dough" to Betty Crocker. DEBBY ACTON - wills her collection of "I.D. 's" to Kathy Clark, JOSEPH ARAGONA - leaves to make room- for Anne. NANCY BEGLEY - wills her dreams and essays to Miss Morrison while she goes to visit. ROSEMARY CONGDON - wills her timid approach and quietness to Alison Liebhafsky. LINDA EDMONDSON - bequeaths her effervescence to "Alka-Seltzer. " DOUG ENGLERT - leaves his bowling ball to a future high scorer. JANET FORSHAW - leaves her trips to Oneida to Marge Sherry. HELEN FRISK - leaves her linguistic powers to Miss Peterson's stu- dents. WAYNE GREEN - leaves his "public speaking ability" to next year's fourth period Eng- lish class. CARL GRUMAN - leaves Mr. Flahive relieved. LINDA HARGAN - wills her in- scrutable nature to the Sphinx. JEAN HAYNER - bequeaths her "dancing eyes" to Elaine Clark. TOM HAYNER - wills his "straight face" to George Gobel. LARRY HEINEN - bequeaths his arguments about revolution and rotation to Harry Diakoff. BRYCE HUME - leaves his energy to atomic research. ALBERTA KNAPP - leaves her long hair to the chignon industry. SANDY LANOUE - leaves her "blondilocks" to Marion Stebbins. CAROLE LYMAN - wills her coquettish- ness to Karen Jandreau. JACK NOWELL - bequeaths his "happy-go-lucky" attitude to Keith McHugh. ANITA RICCIO - wills her "Girls' Sports Column" to any "Diary" enthusiast. ANDREA RAS - makes room for her sister, Karen. WILMA ROSE - leaves her Rose to New York State. RONNIE SAUTER - wills his angelic ways to Ricky. TOM TAYLOR - leaves Mrs. Henry minus an English student. ALAN TOBEY - bequeaths his "Superman" structure to be divided among the future ninth grade boys. GARY VANDERHORST - wills his "long basketball legs" to Fred Kirk. BOB VILLANOVA - leaves his "grin" to some sad pumpkin. ROYAL WEST - wills his apron to Johnny Zebrowski. WALT ZIENIUK - bequeaths his neat penmanship to Rachel Weingarten. DICK BRAINARD - leaves his No. 14 varsity uniform to a future No. 14. JOHN CANNING - leaves Judy Oxnam mourning. DICK CARRIGAN - leaves his motorcycle boots to George Guy- nup. "POOKY" CLOVER - leaves her luckiness from 4-leaf "clovers" to John Clover. MIKE COTTON - wills his outstanding basketball records and ability to Sherwood Hamil. MILTON DANKO - leaves his nickname to the cow that jumped over the moon. BETTY DORAN - leaves her "bullet-pouches" to Beth McConaghy. LYNN DE HOLLANDER - bequeaths her sweetness to Peggy Plant. CLARA FLEISCHMANN - leaves her "juggling ability" in music class to Mr. Schiff. DON FORKAS - leaves to seek a spoon and a knife. SALLY FREIHOFER - wills her "scouting" to Ann Gatta. BOB GAERTTNER - leaves his "easily" spelled last name to Terrell Jones. ROGER GRIFFIN - bequeaths his eyebrows to John L. Lewis. KERSTI HANTZON - leaves her ice skates to Barbie Hoskins. JOHN HUMPHREY - leaves his towel committee to Mr. Gifford. JIM KAL- TEUX - leaves with SUE BRAND. JOHN LINSCOTT - wills his pin-up to Jay McNaughton. SPENCER MORRISON - leaves his mischievousness to Mrs. Reeve. ARLENE PACIUNAS - leaves her blonde tresses to Lynn Swanson. BEV RICE - leaves her flute to Karen Brown. NANCY ROBINSON - wills her "secret lipstick bleach" to Charlotte Sackett. SALLY SHEEDY - wills her "orange sweater" to Doug Austin. DONNA SMITH - leaves her name to Barbara Szumachowski. MARTHA TRACY - does not leave Skip Pott to anyone. SUE WARE - bequeaths her reliability to Sue Holtz. RONNIE WELPOTT - leaves his colored TV to Max Liebman. DICK WILLIG - leaves to make room for June. ELAINE POLLOCK - leaves her complexion to "Deep Magic, " GEORGE BAILEY - looks forward to a bright future. JOHN BRADLEY - bequeaths his "hopped-up" '41 Studebaker to any one interested. NED CABANISS - bequeaths his unique sense of humor to another earnest student Dave Lawry. GAIL DICKINSON - leaves to raise the "dickins." STEVE FRANK - bequeaths his summer-time shorts to Hal Gifford. LILLIAN FRYE - leaves her basker- ball technique to Ruth Reeves, LINDA GRAY - leaves to change colors. ANNA KARDASH - leaves the seat warm for any future "gym- skipper." ANN KIRKBY - leaves her short hair-cut to Sally Arnds, PAUL KORNACKI - leaves the future J. V, cheerleaders "pin-less." JUDY LA GRANGE leaves to join the Central Juniors at Terrace. IRENE LURIE - bequeaths her skiing ability to a be- ginner Sue Ellen Fitzpatrick. JOHN MAIUCCORO - bequeaths his "jitter-bug" to Marg Falls. JUNE MILLER - leaves her love of horses to Gene,Autry. MARION MONTGOMERY - wills her clar- inet to Benny Goodman. NANCY MORRISON - bequeaths her "white loafers" to Patton and Hall. CRAIG PRATT - leaves his teasing manners and build to Craig Organ. PAUL OLSEN - leaves to work on " Suey. " SUE SIMS - bequeaths her freckles to Linda- Lewis. JUDY WAGNER - leaves her pet alligator to Marlin Perkins - Director of the Lincoln Park Zoo. WAYNE WILSON - leaves his strong right arm to Bob Peppicelli. LORRAINE ZIELINSKI - bequeaths her warm smile to Emily Schwab. DENNIS DE GRAFF - leaves his "carrot-top" to any hungry rabbit. ED MORLOCK - leaves his height to "Tom Thumb." PAT HILL - wills her tenor voice to Linda Dussault. BETH TACY - wills her adorable ways to Jane McCune. ROGER BUTTERFIELD - leaves his Presidency of Hi-Y to John Kniskern. BARBARA WRIGHT - bequeaths her short acquaintance with Van Ant- werp to David Putnam. EMILY BAXTER - leaves her flashy Thunderbird to General Motors. JO- ANNA BURGER - leaves Miss Morrison in peace. DAVID BURKE - leaves his quiet humor to Phil Snow. MAUREEN CARTA - bequeaths her bananas to the cafeteria. MICHELLE DE MARCO - leaves her nickname to any nameless mouse. JEFF DENISON - wills his jolliness to Susan Shapiro, NORMAN FREDERICKS - bequeaths his clarinet to any future clarinetist. GEORGE FRITSCHLER - leaves his melodies to any piano playing fiend. KATHY GRIDLEY and LINDA VENDETTI - leave their compositions to Mr, Blake for his scrapbook. PRISCILLA INNOCENT - leaves her last name to " Dragnet. " PAULINE KARDASH - leaves Miss Corrigan at a loss. JOAN KLINE - does her best not to leave George to anyone. BILL LAMOUREUX - wills his cuff-links to a needy shirt. BOB MALALIEU - wills his haircut to David Parker. MARY ANNE MARTIN - leaves "Marty" to the movies. CHARLES SANTORA - leaves Miss Morrison still trying to make him sit down. GARY SCOTT - leaves his pep club to Betsy Marcellus. SALLY SCOTT - leaves her dinosaurs to Mr. Williams. PAT SHERRY - leaves her red hair to Miss Brennan. JANET SILVERMAN - leaves the "Diary" store at a loss. KIT SMITH - leaves his curly hair to Barb Hoskins. DICK SUTT ER - wills his dynamic personality to Tommy Sennett. FRITZ SKELTON - leaves his skeleton to next year's science class. JANET JACOB - leaves to climb the ladder. BARB OLSZOWY - bequeaths her page boy to Carolyn Bard. JEANETTE BARDIN - leaves her "skin you love to touch" to Linda Dussault. DAVID BRUSH - leaves his little white mouse in Miss Horstman's kitchen. LUCY BELLAMY - bequeaths her friend- liness to Mary Jane Park. MARIORIE BELLAMY - wills her cash register to Mrs. Bremer, JON BRODERICK - leaves his shyness to Elaine Hargraves. GEORGANN BENTLEY - bequeaths her vivacity to Linda Lewis. HARVEY EKINS - leaves his camera to Carson Eddy. DICK FARINA - wills his chair in Mr, Putnam's office to the new high school. JIMMY DUNCAN - leaves his al- titude to Bill Fink. KENNY COYLE - wills his pink shirts to the advertisors of "new Pink Dreft. " SYLVIA COHEN - leaves her compass cuff-links to "Graphic Survey of Science" for their " Electri- city Unit." PETER FULLAM - leaves his British accent to Cyril Ritchard. SHIRLEY HANS - be- queaths her composure to Gail Curtis. CHARLYN DE WALT - wills her multiple interests to Nan- cy Becker. BARBARA KNAPP - leaves her convincing arguments to Secretary John Foster Dulles. STEVE KESSLER - wills all his successful diets to Patsy Loritsch. GEORGE LORCH - leaves his endearing curls to Carolyn Bard. CLIFF MAHONEY - wills his love of French to Germany. JUDY MITTON - bequeaths her dramatic flare to Henry Gregory, POLLY NORTON - wills her way with a cheering jump to the new guided missiles. CAROL NYE - bequeaths her many infatuations to Zaza Gabor. LINDA SAUTER - wills her red pony tail to Trigger. PHYLLIS SAVAGE - leaves her last name to Mr. Johnson when the gym class misbehaves while square-dancing, KATY SKELTON - leaves her high treble to Bob Birch. PAUL SHELDON - leaves his scientific "know- how" to Bruce Travins. BOB TAYLOR - leaves his dual personality to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 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