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A9 OFFICERS, under the guidance of Miss Baller, and Miss Gibson, consist of the A9 class president, vice-
president, secretary, historian, and all A9 homeroom presidents. Together they plan the activities of the A9's.
new lr Margaret stair, sm soghsr, Charles Diamond, Arlen. lewis.
new ll: loan Hesseloff, Barry siiverrrimr, sirens seirwcrir, Mm Baller, M.-my simian, larry Karan, Jul mm, Nancy Sager, Miss Gibson.
A9 CLASS HISTORY
"Please dan't step on me" were our first words as we entered J.B. We looked around and saw the big halls and wondered if we would
ever get to know our way around. Someone probably heard one of us saying, "Could you please direct me to the elevator? My feet hurt fronr
walking up and down the nine flights of stairs," We finally got used to J.B. and had our first grade assembly, We elected Susan Glazer and
Richard Kahn to be our "grade reps." Without the help of our wonderful counselor, Mrs. Caligiuri, we could not have managed our first
semester so well.
At last we made it, We weren't scrubs anymore. We elected Sheila Schwartz and Bruce Corwin to represent us on Board of Control.
This term an ambitious group of boys and girls ran for Chairman of Junior Assembly. We experienced our first P.T.A. Membership Drive,
and due to our determination, we won. Thus our first year at J.B. came to an end.
lt was wonderful just ta be in the eighth grade. The new constitution came into effect this term, and our homeroom presidents repre-
sented us in the leadership class. We elected Gail Braverman, Madeleine Roybark, Barbara Segal, Richard Cole, Jerry Friedman, Larry Koran,
and Bill Soghor to be our homeroom presidents. Dick Coveny was elected Chaiman af Junior Assembly. We were sad when we learned that
Mr. Kaplan, the boys' vice-principal, was leaving to became principal at Audubon Junior High.
Hallelujah! We were seniors! Were we proud to be in the upper division of our school. We knew, though, that we had certain responsi-
bilities as seniors and we were ready to accept them, We were very happy when we won the P.T.A. Drive for the second time. We elected
Sandy Attie, Bonnie Corwin, Reba Fogel, Susan Nagin, Marlene Zeitman, Bruce Corwin, and Howard Galdring to represent us in senior
leadership. This term we welcomed our new boys' vice-principal, Mr. Hamerman.
We were in the ninth grade, now privileged to enjoy Burrs and Belles. Our homeroom presidents, Barbara Altman, Susan Garth, Arlene
Simon, Betty Wirick, Tiffin Clegg, Charles Diamond, and Bill Soghor, helped to plan this activity. As the saying goes, "All good things come
to an end." We were disappointed to learn that our beloved counselor, Mrs. Caligiuri, was to leave us. She was to become girls' vice-
principal at Northridge Junior High.
At last, our long awaited A9 term! lt seemed iust yesterday that we were scrubs trying to find our way around school. Bruce Corwin
was elected student body president, We elected our class officers to plan, with the help of the A9 Council, our many activities. This term
we won the P.T.A. Drive for the third time,
We shall always remember our three years at J.B. From B7's to mighty A9's we have profited by each of our many experiences. We
were fortunate to have had Mrs. Caligiuri as our counselor, for she faithfully guided us through our first two and a half years, We were
also thankful to have Miss Baller and Miss Gibson to guide us through our A9 term. As we march down the aisles to "Pomp and Circum-
stance" we shall remember the wonderful time we spent at John Burroughs. All of us wish to thank our counselors, the administrators, and
the faculty for preparing us far graduation and adulthood. And so, we, the class of W'55, say "Farewell J.B."
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The SENIOR AUD SQUAD, sponsored by Mr.
Carter, helps to promote courtesy in the audi-
torium during all senior assemblies.
Row ls Bonnie Cerwin. Doralyn lcann, Steve Davis.
naw ll: Judy lzasenlaera, Diyira Cole, Maxine Austin, Pnylrs
oarnlaara, Suzanne sanlr, Marty Fuqua, Mereia Wiesalman,
naw III: zina labinger, Barry Moss, Bill Soghor, linda Hurley,
Myra Goldberg, Bob Weiner, saraara Allman, Gail srayernian,
naw IV: Jerry rriearnan, Ricky Kalin, Marly Bischoff, Larry
Koran, Charlie Kaufman, Mike Pielil, Terry Evans, Mr. carler.
JUNIOR AUD SQUAD, co-sponsored by Mr. Gu-
stafson and Mr, Schneider, is composed of B8's
who maintain order in junior assemblies.
naw lr Maruia Wieselmun, naralyn lcalin, leisnara Kahn,
Row II: Dorothy Elliuf, Grunt caaaar, Alan aarry, Gregory
Surfcs, Hsary Lynn, Slephcnie lee.
Row III. John Smith, Dennis sarran, carlen lzass, Greeeneu
Fisher, cseralaine law, Julie Kurlan, Mr, carier.
Row IV: Bill Plaeaer, Roger oaenaara, Judy Fine, Robin Kain-
lirauali, Molly ssales, Marlene ralaaian.
The GIRLS' LEAGUE USHERS, who are sponsored by Mrs. Ross, usher in the audi-
torium at all the Girls' League assemblies.
naw lr Michelle sauni, Bonnie Burns, Evelyn Fink, sue wana, Sylvia sealer, Eve snernian,
Row ll: Susan Lusner, Beniia Dualnsliy, June Reynalas, Marria Opper, Rosemarie Devurrlua, Sandia
ceplair, linaa Marion,
new III: linaa lzieliarasan, Cynihiu Kan, Sheila Shalsky, Judy arawn, Arlene susan, Pauline Laarnis,
susan Ness, Mrs. lzass.
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