John Burroughs Middle School - Burr Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1958

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We qs-- Z? THE BURR WINTER I98 JOHN BURROUGHS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Los Angeles California LITERARY EDITORS John Lauer Shirley Levenson ART EDITORS June April Karen Davidson Srephanie Dawson Richard Marzkin ASSISTANT ART EDITORS Serna Cowen Margaref Skopp COVER DESIGN Richard Marzkin LITERARY STAFF AI Gordon Susan Howard Donna Jessup Susanne Lappin Judy Levy Susan Levy Dianne Lewis BiII Pilfzer Ralph Rosenberg Susan Schlaifer Barbara Zeavin A9 ART STAFF Penny Fensrer Peggy Robbins Lanny Srern Debbie WassermanJ THEME: OUT OF THIS WORLD E19 fr-'N RCI 5 ff 5 We , If X L 01- 5 X HIE 13 L uri '76 U ZEQLCDIIV YI ' Kami W 114 fl -I 7' W , I, Q, I 'l fe SUI 3-Wi Z O0 Jw , eeeew 3 I Qfgimfi ,Q C'f'fAT5iME DJ ye ' 7 f JMMM F W 5, QAWIA' ,VOL fL,q,9I, -FJ gg I I War filo, WF TAI l , - ' M6 ' 1 - I Z3 eg W I 5 Q S . , Q II br I 1' gf , I IRIS If I I T? I RWM 'Ek IIII 7 ELF I I 'y ' rw in I7 II T III if 1 R J '7f . . 1 Q59 A I I 1 , y y N ,, , .5 LISA 'LII .f' ' ' KI! X, IP I ilu. 11. Ig, u H I I II III Q' ' Y Ni.:-I -.1 's - ' I ff ,423 A ff' , iw WWW f f ' ' .A - jf ' ' . l..- - 1, A an T: ,I 4' . l f q3"G'fr.fwfE. .' ' " , v .' - Q. .:yf,m::'1p'1'-i y w , 1 ' -' .S-vzizanwi I. t ..: .14 I. I. ' . t l A I .I Elected STUDENT BODY OFFICERS are sponsored by Mr. Richard Jarrett. Row I: Karen Kadushin, Bernie Lerner, Henry McPherson, Linda Burr, Ronny Marks. Standing: Mike Lyon, Mr. Richard' Jarrett Principal, Andi Leemon, SENIOR COUNCII., guided by Mrs. Clara Rosenwein, plans the student body activities. Row I: Mrs. Clara Rosenwein, Ronny Marks, Andi Leernan, Henry McPherson, Penny Fenster, Mike Lyon, Karen Kadushin, Linda Barr. Row 2: Ronnie Karsin, Judy Abramson, Stephen Wcck, Bill Raskaff, Bill Faye, Maggie Brody, Steve Vine, Anne Veatch, Linda Ehrnstetn, Judy Slearn, Row 3: Karol Burkett, Marian Williams, Marge Horowitz, Linda Miller, Jimmy Jacobson, Pam Evans, Barbara Marill, Tica Greitzer, Marilyn Giss, Row 4: Richard Mollin, Niels Jackson, Barry Berk- son, Steve Marlin, Michael Liff, Ric Fine, Bart Teush, Murray Silverstein, Dave Gerard. Representatives of the student government in the Lower Division are in JUNIOR COUN- CIL, which is sponsored by Miss Marie McCarthy. Row I: Carol Gordon, Jill Bender, Alice Kunreuther, Jeanie Gifford, Bernie Lerner, Judy Gilbert, Merry Wallace, Jerome Kramer, Janis Rubins. Row 2: Bobbi Goldberg, Sharon Haskell, Nancy Chernus, David London, Stephen lzen, Stephen Targon, Jimmy Merchasin, Laurie Gold, Craig Edgecurnbe, Toni Thale, Miss Marie McCarthy. Row 3: Jackie Shaffer, Susan Desser, Joy Mc- Raberts, Ken Friedman, Jeffrey Kupers, Kim Headley, Doreen Reznik, Jonny Samuels, Roger Toll, Helen Clegg. Planning the activities of the Girls' League and working for all of the J.B. girls is the GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET, spon- sored by Mrs. Anne Cox and Mrs. Clarita Neher. Row 1: Mrs. Clarita Neher, June April, Susan Howard, Susan Levy, Suzi Lappin, Andi Lcainon, Shirlcy Levenson, Elaine Horne, Barbara Zeavin. Row 2: Jackie Billet, Toby Leven- ihal, Ellen Finkel, Ellen Ycisney, Sharlene Tubin, Arlene Schwarlz, Margaret Duncan, Judie Sheldon, Mrs. Anne Cox. vlping the girls to follow the code of dress is the duty of the GIRLS' LEAGUE and COURT. ey are sponsored by Mrs. Anne Cox and Mrs. Clarita Neher. w 1 Mrs Anne Cox, Susan Levy, Suzi Lcippin, Andi Leemon, Shirley Levenson, Elaine Horne, Mrs. w 2 June Gale, Diane Bromlzerg, Libby Payne, Margaret Brody, Lcilo Kraul, Judy Rosenthal. w 3 Joy Mckoberls, Michelle Berger, Sandy Siporin, Lesie Shellner, Judith Raske, Lois Simon, Carol izrmon Marianne Cantor. Girls' problems are solved .by the GIRLS' LEAGUE BOARD, guided by Mrs. Anne Cox and Mrs. Clarita Neher. Row 1: Virginia Stephens, Susan.Levy, Suzi Loppin, Andi Leemon, Shirley Levenson, Elaine Horne. , Raw 2: Mrs. Anne Cox, Margaret Skopp, Mary 'Feliciano, Peggy Averbook, Marie Rodriguez, Joan Hoflman, Shelley Johnson, Mrs. Clarita Neher. WWWQH I K ra A an dsl y 21 ,..1:- ' e- .,., - -2 J .:-.EPYIQ J 7' 'JA . if: ?5f5'f'F! -'-' I-QF 'Ei - .. 551-3:-g:3.g.q, J 35 .I ,gir- .-Sszfaff fr- 1 -is -x x.-. 1s'J"Zf-'rfhivg fl'.uf:"-gh " i,l"'F-3,54-X-1 -, .J s Q-5-'. .115 ,' iff ms' .1--wmv, --.3 415'-31" ,--:JA "e:iz--'2'.-rzs-.':-sw fm. :iff 3 131, 19'-!!gi'.1f'l'CL -"fry: ,-nag' .,5':.17,-mf. ,131-avg r, 34 -. - .- .- -. -.1 .is :.. - Fzgvgp '-'ir'-s-mg--,:n3xIiZ'z 52. 6 'x..' ' ' " 112515, - if f'3i- fs2,"i S1 X I Ai :J5 6 ffl g.. X Xi Q ', 1 h I 'lf KZ- X i V I - ' - ii J - .xxwxi - I 1' 1 ' will m.swoPP i BOYS' COUNCIL BOARD plans boys' activities and is sponsored by Mr. Jack Harris and Mr. John Hunt. Row 1: Richard Aller, Mike Lyon, Mr. John Hunt, Larry Schwartz. Row 2: Norm Shapiro, ,Barry Berkson, Murray Silverstein, Sreve Vine, Henry McPherson, John Lauer, Mr. Jack Harris, Tim Schiff. an Ee as e Fira Capable A9 members of the SPACE PATROL, working at nutrition and lunch time, see that all lines run smoothly and safely. Row 1: Liz Gabay, Karen Kadushin, Bob Essick. Row 2: Margaret Mackey, Serna Cowen, Rita Bierman, June April, Stephanie Dawson, Susan Howard, Audrey Litt, Barbara Zeavin, Joyce Rollner, Jaan Holfrnan. Row 3: Ellen Yasney, John Lauer, Margaret Skopp, Karen Davidson, Ellen Finkel, Rochelle Robin, Mel- don Levine, Richard Mallin, Paul Crost. Row 4: Edward Friedman, Steve Wolfson, Barbara Wood, Elaine Wong, Steve Sift, Murray Thale, Mitch Walman, Martin Gellen, Barry Berkson, Chuck Deutch. Row 5: Alan Fraser, Bonnie Grob- man, Linda Piller, Bruce Teneyck, Sid Schwartz, Jerry Ginsburg, Bob Paulson, Al' Gordon, Martin Berger. Row 6: Steve Antebi, Michael Matlaf, Susan Greer, Ralph Rosen- berg, Roz Cole, Dave Gerard, Steve Feldman, Emanuel Nedwick. Row 7: Julie Prophet, Sharron Dwinsky, Bob Knopf, Mike Kro' kower, Mr. Richard Nazarian. With members of the SOLAR PATROL on duty at all times, congested halls are never a problem. Row 1: Karen Kadushin, Jerry Krasn. Row 2: Leslie Wiclsan, Melanie Tevrizian, Martin Harary, Steven Wack, Bill Raskoff, Susan Ratner, Anne Greenberg, Sara Winsberg, Julianna Furth, Leila Kraut, Nancy Salomon. Row 3: Marshall Kahn, Sharon Gardner, Leona Shapiro, Marian Williams, Bernie Gertler, Elaine Bolotin, Bette Biller, Anne Ber- singer, Joel Pyenson, David Abel' son, Mr, Richard Nozarian. Row 4: James Brown, Olga Rony, Harald Kahn, Jimmy Jacobson, Mike Sidel, Blanche McClure, Linda DePuccio, Rosalie Gershon, Carol Shermon. Row 5: Mary Triest, Harold Hyman, Susan Frieder, Michael Manes, Mike Martin, Marrie Fink, Fred Heather, Linda Sturges. Row 6: Martha Whitely, Zachary Samuels, Marvin Bernstein, Kenny Simon, Ronny Lipsy, Barry Schweig, Steven Cohen, Richard Lutske, Oli- ver Haas, David Rubin. Notr Shown: Virginia l-lallinen. 4. - X! . x , f ' 5 . 'X , M 'fl JJ , U . . U 4 0 DNWO OWW0 0:13016 z..l0:1e'Af'-14717 SECURITY COUNCIL, under Mr. Nazarian, is the governing body of the Space Legion. Row 1: Larry Schwartz, Karen Kadushin, Susanne Lappin, Susan Schlaiier. Row 2: Liz Gabay, Laurel Levine, Donna Jessup, Bob Essick. Row 3: Wayne Ferguson, Richard Sturt, Carol Callahan, Mr. Richard Ncizarian. Row 4: Bill Izokowiiz, Jerry Krasn, Mark Mischel. Not Shown: Virginia Hallinen. e Il.: 11 1 sf?- s s J, s Z 5 S- .f ss iq, ,T , I I fminflat 'llllllllll H111 ' .J f!il'tiiEi'i:iiE?fll ec, , ,W.t'iiiiiis.:AQ,pl V E lilttntmalttgti My A rilliitilunlliltlil Vg 'lx'll'ni'lllll---' , at hu 3- 1 .tttnllt llllttiit'tlliE'41l:'l . , litt::ttttt'g5, ' A. is ...tim --g t A ' tllliilitliliil"- 'L the efforts of the hard-working SOLARONS, our campus is free from papers and food and is a safe place to be. ,m'llA:-mtg A I I r l . . , - ri cz Mark Mischel, Carol Callahan, Karen Kadushin, Richard Sturt, Mr. Richard Nazarian. Judy Hellman, Virginia Stephens, Dave Bergman, Debbie Wasserman, Ira Schwartz, Sheldon Erlich, Anne Veatch, Judy Levy, Susan I' QUE., ' Susan Schaefer, Dorothy Sneider, Dave Brodsky, Steve Saltzman, Dennis Goodman, Mike Attie, Mike Friend, Barbara Rosin, Julie ZL5i'iL'?" ?.i- - -- ' Sheila Solomon,, Judy Galen, Mary Lou Friedman, Cathy Cole, Lana Foreman, Joyce Steinberg, Elaine Herman, Gloria Romero, Barbara V5 M' Carol Jahn, Carolyn Hall, Anne Davis, Blll Weber, Fred Simon, Lee Silver, Eugene Oreck, Paul Kahn, John Stickels, Eddie Dorfman. N . h Em 'r 71,- Neil Fond, Marie Rodriguez, Ronnie Salkin, Hillazd Gordon, Terry Kupers, Mark Nadel, Jack Weintraub, Ben Rosenbloom, Leonard ' " 'rl - tt, Joe Nash. I V , ll, I 1 l ' file-6 t t V I , l , ' fl E t t 5 l A L I ,ll 2 -' il ' ' 5 l I ,lf ' .ay-6, ,I it U , tt l ' ' ' C . A 7- N cloyf- ,J- C:Shqv-on In-hu U3 F accidents and keep running smoothly is the of the SPACE CADETS our halls between uw 'l: Beverly Seskin, Donna Jes- p, Wayne Ferguson, Karan Ko- shin, Mr. Richard Nazarian. w 2: William Faye, Larry Mills, artin Fax, Harold Anderson, Gcr- dine Levy, Joan Llppman, Mark nranson, Sharon Pinsky, Sherry einstein, Leonard Marx, Helene Eufman, Barry Polisuk. ,w 3: Donna Krarner, Connie tkins, Cathy Dietrich, Marge Hor- fvitz, Phyllis Gross, Sondra Sipor- ', Phyllis Sobel, Binnie Bierin, lsldie Stanton, Alan Ellis, Rcnce ole, Judy Steam. pw 4: Sandra Prilkin, Charles 'averman, Carolyn Meyer, Gary xzarus, Judi Cramer, Richard Bell, tn Elsky, Lani Sinclair, Shirley Jrb, Mary Heldrnan. w 5: Steve Overturf, Steve Mar- , Maxine Hess, Ada Schorr, Mark tblit, Arthur Barens, Joe Jen- ngs, Michael Levett, Joan-Abbey. t Ew 6: Barry Weisman, Michael l lomon, Richarcl Teichner, Robert 1 ehnert, David Jacobs, John Tay- r, Melinda Michacllan, Betty l .hiId, Niels Jackson, Steveqhmgj,-gg, lr' , All art work for the Burr and Fur and Near is alone by lhe ART SERVICE classes. Row 'l: George Laroza, Lindo Tiecher, Serna Cowen, Karen Davidson, Marv garer Skopp, Stephanie Dawson, June April, Debbie Wasserman. Row 2: Miss .lane Eisner, Mary Lou Friedman, Penny Fenster, Buce Lynn, Edinah Lincoln, Peggy Robbins, Judy Ferlig, Mary Lombardi, i-lorman Burba. Row 3: Richard Marzkin, Michelle Mc- Cafirey, Ned Shapiro, Lanny Stern. Joanne Cadkin, Marilyn Burlrey, Calhy Cole, Gloria Romero. .Ja Q ' .N lf XX, YJ ld Q2 Z R ,N X ,,..., 'l:ll'6il:5oN The A9 JOURNALISM CLASS writes stories for the Far and Near and helps with The Burr. Row 1: June April, Susan Howard, Barbara Zeavin, Toby Levenihcrl, Judi Levy, Susanne Lappin, Sharlene Tuhin, Susan Schlailer, Row 2: Mrs. Sophia Engstrond, .John Lauer, Bill Pillzer, Meldon Levine, Don- na Jessup, Margaret Duncan, David Lewin, Marlin Gellen, Row 3: Shirley Levensan, Richard Slurl, Charles Deulch, Ralph Rosenberg, .lim Crowe, Jell Cohen, Al Gordon, Susan Levy. No! Shown: Neil Fond, Miclcie Bolarsky. Y V.- 0 The BURR STAFF handles all The arf and copy for the Burr. Row 1: June April, Stephanie Dow- SOD. Row 2: Miss Jane Eisner, Mrs. Sophia Engslrand, Shirley Levenson John Lauer, Karen Davidson, Rich: ard Matzkin. MPUBLICATION ' r gig ZZ OUT OF THIS WORLD Sputniksl Flying Saucersl Guided Missiles! What would it be like to visit a school of the future, for ahead in modern scientific advancements, and truly "Out of This World"? Let us allow our imaginations to guide us, and set forth on our iourriey. As we awaken to the souncls of our atomic-powered super-hetrociyne radio receiver, we find our energy-packed breakfast automatically prepared for us by our nuclearepowered robot. After we quickly clown our capsules of protein, quick-energy, and vitamins, in order, we leave for a few hours of learning in our 2958 Model T Atomic Jet. Our first class, I-iistory, finds us watching a television spectacular, number three in the series of "Great Events in the History of Man", entitled "The Launching of Sputnik". As are all other television productions, it is naturally in Cinemascope and Living Color. Our history tape recordings, since old-fashioned books are outmoded, differ as to the exact date of the historical launching, but they seem to agree that it was somewhere around l957. We certainly do find ancient history interestingl As we advance to our next class, Calculus, Vectors and Differential Equations, we think back to our grammar school days and our Second Gracie Algebra teacher, and we are especially grateful to him for the wonderful foundation he gave us. We are currently solving problems with our computers. We often wonder what we would do without theml Since the need for a more efficient power system to replace atomic energy is growing, our assignment for the evening is to do some research an this subiect. Recently, Physical Education has been eliminated from the selection of courses. Our generation finds that since we live in this age of push-buttons, physical fitness no longer needs to be developed. Replacing this course, we assemble in the auditorium to study our Pilots' Education. Afterwards, we adiourn to the runway, where we practice what we have learned. Our next class is Foreign Language, and we find ourselves busy translating the Martian dialect. We feel that man should bcome acquainted with his neighbors, and since the planet Mars is prac- tically next door to us, we are very eager to learn the language of its people. We are thankful that time passes so quickly, for it is already time for our mid-day meal. After a delicious lunch, we proceed to out next class, This one is our most enioyable, Music Appreciation, This week we are studying ancient forms of music, and our teacher has prepared some selections by 20th Century composers. tr is hard to appreciate what they intended to convey, since it is difficult' to reproduce the tones on our more advanced instruments. However, we do find it is interesting to note the similarity to our own everyfctay music. Our pleasant hour of listening is interrupted by the passing signal, and we depart for our final class of the day. As we begin to get settled in our Modern Language class, one of our fellow classmates is n'arked tardy by the electric eyes as he passes through the door, and he explains that he was delayed because he received a citation for unauthorized entrance to the laboratory. The English language having been revised so that all words are spelled phonetically, it is difficult to imagine the struggle which our ancestors must have had to spell their words. In class, our assignment is to prepare a composition on Ancient Methods of Schooling. Our History class has given us ahead start, .-1::3e211'6tiiZi2s'-' Y' . .,,,... ,fy w czfi tm J gens ye, ' 259 z iikily' ' "" ' 1-.gg ee: jc, -"L ."E-'ZLL tx '-114, sz' msg. rr ,isgffz 5 3543.1 5. i ftvgxagq -L O I .Lint P1 Tru .-are cr-frm ..d:i95t'ft?'yr'fsff-:Si2'2el5 .-.Li 1,54 ,-,-.5 3:..,-31.5 i -'79-fijfgjf grrffixvfg 2? . .:, , ' iv..Y,lJ-. ul . . ,,. 'm..:::,-1-4:-.gs . 1. . J-.f ,e,.- ,Ju Q :J 2'-' 'A . ' 1h.l'1g:n,- cg! H" -pf -2 1521.1-ffm h'fqu,-315.11p.E1QAf'7g' .. 1'-gs.. C--,sary . 14' -s-'-n"- ' i I O wif Finally the dismissal signal is heard, but instead of returning home, we head for the meeting of . the Future Space Travelers' Club, where the topic for discussion is The Possibility of Public Trans- . 3, 8 portation to Mars. After the meeting we hop aboard an atomic-powered bus and arrive home happy 1 ,Vid after an exciting day. - l ' - I in The time has come to end our tourney, and return to life in our present world. We have imagined , . what it might be like to live in a world of the future, but now we must turn our thoughts to solving W -,., the problems of today if we hope to find out what life is really like "Out of This World." : 1151 T ,VJ -.'. . iegififs C, .. im '. 341. tim ,, x .. . A 10, 5 ffrejfeegfs. - Tgpl :nfl .' iv qQ!,...f - t-A0 l ' " "TW rwskit' j X .1 - 'f'?'QqlJ1"3:p: . j g wM3FufavH- uc . - - X ix. "'rlt5L',i'5lw.l7ElHv:, V Aj 1 L ,S Jiri-se ff" . ., 4,3-Y!,fiiE:,.?Qcf1,ql7' ' ' Q I L 7 2::Zf25??.? mice GROUPS . ' X f"' Q-3' T mn KN 'N ,-,em fz ' X f'Xf'N K-5 I L QQ - P xff' 'X 451 ivi.i.oivir:anr-roi "' 1 I .H nge- , W N y I, 1 I .A ryfrl- X Y' S l il? 1 i lm 'C JJ? i 1 , Il' Z ' 'ff f ' - 1,35 - 5 qt? f. - l I .'- - A " - X -15-i Q ' 'QW f-QM J 0 un. J Qk"' A. .. . i iv J 0 L' Qfllllllllw .fy f.. ., ,IIIIIIIII f -1 .gaining ,r .I :'luf"I 111,13 -7' "ll 1.11, illll v'P' f--u.mM.,e -fp, The GIRLS' LEAGUE USHERS, who are sponsored by Mrs. Bertha Ross, help to keep order through all of the Girls' League assemblies. Row 1: Marcia Caraco, Susan Ratner, Florence Carbon, Melanie Simpson, Nancy Solomon, Sharon Gardner. Row 2: Elaine Bolotin, Susan Schaefer, Linda Edelstein, Judy Gordon, Adell Aldrich, Linda Di Pucchio, Marsha Liebman, Mrs. Bertha Ross. Row 3: Ellen Schwartz, Par Price, Ann Davis, Susan Frieder, Maraha Whiieley, Harriet Galatz, Anida Thompson, Evelyn Nas . SR. AUD. SQUAD Row 1: Laurel Levine, Karen Kadushin, Larry Schwartz. Row 2: Tobv Leventhal, Harry Enenstein, Bert Berman, Judy Abramson, Kathy Siken, Sheldon Kapitz. Row 3: Pam Evans, Sharlene Tubin, Karol Burkett, Charles Fleishman, Mike Lyon, Manuel Graiwer, Row 4: Tica Greitzer, Maureen Topper, Susan Zeesman, Mary Feliciano, Tom Glass, Arlene Schwartz. Row 5: Mr. Richard Nazarian, Gordon Rose, Barbara Crane, Judy Sheldon, Jim Crowe, Bart Teush, Mike Adel. , I t ,,, V l"" lx "'f' 4: :bl 'Elf 'J l YM4 ' - fl l in r' 9 - 1 ' 3 4 Q i X Q X . X: : 'ij ., ive: JR. AUD. SQUAD Row 1: Bill lzakawitz, Karen Kadushin, Suzi Lappin. Row 2: Andrew Soll, Terry Glassman, Ronnie Shapiro, Susan Cole, Sharon Shaimon, Christine Tanaka, Mariorie Blatt, Albert Sheldon, Mr. Richard Nazarian. Row 3: Paulette Robin, Larry Akers, Alan Steinman, Carolyn Carlat, Joan Kuris, Gene Gordon, Dana Lerner. Row 4: Leslie Sheffner, Kim Headley, Johnny Samuels, Alice Vick, Karen AWalters, Marc Kravetz, Bonnie Klienberg, Helen Clegg, Douglas Martin. l . ga Ii ....i.. . 'T"""'iI." '31, A ......... gl V' J W .-.-. W 4 ...-----------D , i +-,-Q-------- ' r 'rr -f xr-f' LJ The STUDENT LIBRARY STAFF of J.B., which is under the direction of Miss Dorothy Adams, is always on hand in the library to see that it is kept in order at all times. They are all specially trained for this job. Row I: Lesley Hutchason, Virginia Stephens, Margaret Mackie, Donna Char-nie, Mickey Berkley, Phyllis Gross, Barbara Mah- desian. stein, Manuel Graiwer Renee Nole, Frank Bonoff Craig Stout Janellyn Brown, Miss Dorothy Adams. Row 3: Mary Voshell, Ronald Peddicord, Steven Overturf, Ed- ward Friedman, Hillard Gordon, Regina Citron, Helen Clegg Marianne Cantor Susan Kendall. " fi l -. ' 955' s: 'tai 'X mm 6,1 WMM 5 x -. Z- .q..gs5e.s.c...-.. - .5 "" . - . - EE?-ln ""r - Q--',.--um -.-ww figs. .es i......, sf ..,,-:gg .e J -HX. r , ii..--.. - .s,.:',.. d. . Ill!-s I 1 --- i, - nt it its, X ' e My '- - ,mais 'i'q.'k' si agaatigsig. 1 it . 1-.tgzffqfny N gy. Nytatwza ., ...ax .f . -113513-:.,, - s Y .571 gfllssf ll' . , - x,-.--.--. mt -. . . X . 3't:rLQ.-,XM , N ,f:'.'. 'K n' 'Vu N k!fQ!9lft'2t 9 Row 2: Mrs. Vellom, Mary Bodle, Carol Cramer, Harry Enen- Q 1 ,. 6 :S 2 Li I Q ,1 . r lh J 'gag' 12.-H rg.-ti ...Ay S Thai' , NC 5- -x ,kk xx X " 'f I' T s X In 'lil i 'i 'Ns 'ai X gm 'tx I Y 55 5 A All "1 K.. lt ' ' 'MW W xv' fsmetga 1 1 0 x s z w I X r. 'wrt Q LN ' 'J Z",,W z N L l lo i X li V3 CAFETERIA SERVICE Row 1: Pamela Goldring, Larry Kohn, Dave Glogow, Martin Bogomol, Martin Fox, Ellen Maltun, Lee Chikafsky, Steve Barrack, Marcia Purcell, Karel Shimoff. Row 2: Carole Mason, Vicki Taft, Cookie Cole, Lynn Price, Barbara Rips, Bob Gernandt, Pat Colony, Bonnie Blatt. Row 3: Mrs. Dorothy Malloy, Ira Zack, Joanne Rindge, Mary Ruth Miller, Daniel Grene, Mike Feldman, Bruce Ten Eyck, Janet lmmer. The CASH MATH class, under the direction of Mrs. Florence Blelfeld, handles all of the money from the nutrition, lunch, change, milk, ice cream and candy lines. Row 1: Sandra Siporin, Sharon Shaiman, Barbara Goldberg, Barry Polisuk, Mark Aaronson, Joan Lippman, Marjorie Blatt, Dana Lerner. Row 2: Geraldine Levy, Harald Andersen, Michael Rosson, Andrew Soil, Lawrence Mills, Judith Stearn, Alan Steinman. Row 3: Robert Merchasin, Phyllis Gross, Mary Heldman, Robert Miller, Joan Kuris, Gene Gordon, Rachel Houseman, David Jacobs. Row 4: Mrs. Florence Bleifield, Sondra Pritikin, Kathie Glass, Bob Vernon, Mark Rotblit, John Taylor, Randall Bartlett, Helen Cleaa. , ' " fill ' fir! ' I I' W --L.. 7 ,,f.- . f 7 03? 0 f9fyT5o 53:5 ' 40,9 , I Z '64, , 3, ,'. 1' " . .- -1,1 , I 3-Q-1,- p-. ""..- - 9 -. Y f fs fi 4' XB Qf'. i . l ' " ! ' 'M ' ,r 17 1 L ff riiix QA!-x'l','-9 ,. I ff :LK X I x ,N lr 1 , 7 X if - GIRLS' LEAGUE SOCIAL and FLOWER COMMITTEES are sponsored by Miss Marylois Warner. Row 1: Diane Buell, Carolyn Ralphs, Merry Wallace, Christine Tanaka, Frances Rau, Rosalyn Goldstein, Julianna Furtli, Jaan Kuris, Betty Blller. Raw 2: Sondra Swearingen, Lani Sinclair, Barbara Rosen, Mciriorie Blart, Sandra Oinnpera, Elaine Bololin, Jackie Winerzki, Barbara Mahdesian, Joan Abbey. Row 3: Joan Hoffman, Judy Crismon, Marsha Liebman, Tammy Reizner, Sandra Pritkin, Edwen Jensen, Christine Geiger, Narvia Riles. Row 4: Miss Mary Lois Warner, Miclwelle Buiklmrclt, Margaret Duncan, Susan Greer, Carolyn Meyers, Mary Vosl-tell, Linda Sturges, Melinda Michaelian, Cathy Cannon. .Q zz EE mass JM -as - - , is M if is mm - B n Exe me is 10 E ef, The PROJECTION and STAGE CREWS, under the supervision of Mrs. Catherine Freeman and Mr. Richard Bell, serve during assemblies and in classrooms. They are specially trained to show movies and work behind the scenes ln the auditorium. Row 1: Roger Levoy, Mark Aaron- son, Michael Cohen, Lewis Weiss, Larry Mills, Ken Cooper, Charles Galclman, Sieve Feldman, Gene Gordon, Steve Sifl, Martin Lessow, Leonard Marks, Steve Wack. Row 2: Mrs. Freeman, Russ Title- mon, Martin Sanders, Stanley Win- nemcin, Alan Zirnrnelman, Norman Koplof, Michael Levelr, Mike Sidell, Joel Boxer, Michael Rips, Murray Thole, Mr. Richard Bell. Row 3: Carl Blau, Niels Jackson, Larry Jester, Harry Kohn, Ray Mas- son, Randy Bartlett, Bob Knopf, Murray Silverstein, Dove Gerard, Alan Cowan. W ions in the B.A.F. competition and other Boys' Council sports are made by the REFEREES CLUB, directed by Mr. Joe DOH. : L K t I D L , P iv Fe' t ' , Steve Press, Steve Feldman, Steve Rornbro, lra Zack, Mark Aaronson. : SgllrildslioaghlbvlllStetl1!yGa?rlnHrzrblld l-clylriranfl ilgbulcllurirr-lllgy, Kenny Simon, Richard Fine, Kent Schisler, Stephen Avery, Henry McPherson, oe McKinnon. l Members of the GYM PATROL, under the direction of Mr. Joe McKinnon, keep the deadlines clear before and after physical education classes. Row 1: Larry Schwartz, Lorin Dreyfuss, Bill Fischer, Dove Green, Jerry Kohler, Howard Singer. Row 2: Charles Fabian, Don Lane, Dennis Korn, Paul Novak, Steve Avery, Mr. Joe Mc- Kinnon. s 5-51, Q r' . U' Qt.. ll ' L '4 3 P li v r' rv Q , 9, 5 C X Xe! 1 rt .fill if ' T5 if -. 1- s 491 ef 4459? ,, . bt E ,, 2, v Q I ss. YQ? 0 J r Q. i r str- in 4: I Q tv .F- "' fl - . gat A-5 Y The HOSPITALITY CLUB, under the direc- tion of Mr. Clyde Reynolds, works to promote friendliness throughout the school- Row I: Mr. Reynolds, Suzi Schlaifer, Tica Greltzer, Olga Rany, Marian Williams. Row 2: Bill Knoppow, Annette Willens, Stephen Wcrclc, Neil Sidell, Marshall Packer, Harald Andersen, Bill Raskcfl, Sandra Siporin, Susanne Lappin, Ralph Young, Waller Garlic, Judy Steam, Barbara Weitzman. Row 3: Pamela Poston, Charles Braverman, Don Schwarz, Karen Bergstrom, Joanne Furey, Robert Eskin, Alice Vick, Charles Deutch, Gordon Rose, Dennis Coleman, Jill Solomon, Marsha Carlin. l 'D J' ef W, 'I Sm A 5 rf rmri ,A if if it l XS f' Baines... tt, ,., I i fs. , jwx 9 l 1 YV' .4 X f ' EH77 PQ Y l .A li li' eg If 620 .H '15, 1 4 xi ., G A angle IP ' 'P X V - .. ,g 4:1 "l in AMW- xllny ll. The JUNIOR RED CROSS, under the supervision of Mrs. Joan Harris, is made up of some of the leaders of J.B. Row 1: Sandy Pritikin, David Jacobs, Judy Stern. Row 2: Bart Teush, Andi Leemon, Karen Kadushin, Allen Ellis, Mrs. Romaine Gardemal spon- Sors the LOST AND FOUND workers. Row 1: Mrs. Romoine Gardemol, Stephan Targon, Merry Wallace, Jeffrey Kupers, Alice Kunreurner. Row 2: Joy McRoberts, Helen Clegg. J.B.'s fine BUGLERS are under the supervision of Mrs. Eileen Wingard. Row I: Pat Brothers, Red Stevens, Victor Dinnerstein, Donald Parris. Row 2: Marvin Bernstein, Joseph Niell, Jim Scanlond. ri e N 4, .i J wii'- ' ' fr ' 1 's wi ri "How many copies of this do you wont typed?" The TYPING SERVICE class is sponsored by Mrs. Dorothy Cloud. L- Row J: Joseph Backer, Serno Cowen, Janice Portney, Janice Jones, Pom Evans, Sharlene Tubin, Virginia Stephens. Row 2: Mrs. Dorothy Cloud, Sponsor, Michelle Burl-chord, Mary Feliciono, Eugene Oreck, Jeff Smith, Robert Mortimer. Row 3: Fred Heather, Barry Berkson, Stephen Feldman, Sharron Dwinsky, Lindo Lennett. Not Shown: Penny Fenster. 12 Y dunmn neo CROSS voonvvu Alf , fre-j x H 1 4 ,:6s' I L 'Pg Sgt ' ilfy . :N If .1 K , ma 1,1 Cx. M QW' ., 3 , .Qi X Dj 270' . Hllllllllllllllllltlllmn + 1 Rl! ff? 2 l , The RADIO CLUB, under the supervision of Mr. Bell, studies various phases of electronics. Row 1: Andy Laur, Harold Johnson, Jellcry Siem, Dennis Korn, Ted Jocihnas, Paul Milkes, Melvin Froman, Steven Schnabel, Robert Ginsberg. Row 2: Ronny Taubrnnn, John Lauer, Murray Thule, Paul Novak, Don Rhocics, Paul Greenwald, Mr. Richard Bell. Row 3: Lance Feldberg, Mike Rips, Roger Toll, Toby Jones, Peter Lonncvik, Richard Lutske, Derek Williams. Planning weekly meetings of Campus Forum is the CAMPUS FORUM ADVISORY BOARD, supervised by Mrs. Anne Cox. Row 1: Gary Lazarus, Judie Americus, Marilyn Giss, Joan Fleishrnon. Row 2: Judy Gilbert, Steve Izen, Laurie Gould, Nicky Brighton, Michele Berger, Dave Silvera. Row 3: Mrs. Anne Cox, Anne Veocl-r, Judy Levy, Suzanne Lcrppin,AdeIe Aldrich, David Jacobs, Eva Zorman. The GYM CLUB, sponsored by Mr. Harry Berlin, helps JB's boys to develop gymnastic skills. Row 'lz Arnold Wldolsky, Dick Stone, Dennis Kessler, Steven Litl, Peter Edelsack, Bob Fisher, .lon Hope, .lon Elsky, Mr. Harry Berlin. Row 2: Gary Robbins, Roger Feldman, Darrell Eisinan, Ken Simon, Jack Diilove, Ancly Dithridge, Joe l-looven, Gary Mesirow, Ken Rcipopon, On Ropes: Alan Ballk, Jeff Stern, Dugan Yeakel. The MODELING CLUB, supervised by Mrs. Mary Buck, teaches the girls poise and grace. Row 1: Lana Jasepho, Phyllis Sobel, Chris Adams, Sharon Gardner, Joan Lippman, Judy Crisman. Row 2: Phyllis Grass, Mickie Berkley, Myrna Sil- ton, Laurie Schullman, Joan Kuris, Joy McRoberts. Row 3: Dorici Gaines, Barbara Marill, Nalo Din- stein, Rhoda Gordon, Jackie Karson, Mrs. Mary Buck, Sponsor. Not Shown: Stanie Cohen, Pres. JOIN CLUB 3:1 SCIENCE CLUB, sponsored by Mr. Chester Harris, gives its members an opportunity to perform scientific experiments. Row 1: Don Parris, Ronnel Falice, Judy Gilbert, Ricky Waltzman, Sherry Hanen, Judy Knutson, Graham Ellis, Philip Joyce, Jerry Helbling. Row 2: Joel Pyenson, Carole Mason, Albert Cicourel, Ricky Freed, Arthur Reading, Lance Feldburg, Patty Colony, Jim- my Jacobson. Row 3: Dave Finkelstein, Bob Knopf, Richard Helger, Dennis Sellen, Jay Cameron, Peter Lannevik, Bob Rasmussen, Jeannette immer, Ben Rosen- bloom. I ,gsm ovff nllllllflll Hsu instructing the TENNIS CLUB is Miss Barbara Grunoler, teaching her students coordination and the basic skills of club meets every Wednesday after school. Row 1: Mary Sherwood, Craig Stout, Louis Maurer, Sheldon Erlick, Mark Acfronsoh, Harald Andersen, Craig Stout, Frank Bonoff, Michels, Bill Schwab, Jay Kirby. Row 2: Steve Medox, Bart Kaufman, Gary Katzman, Melanie Simpson, Vicky Gomez, Lynn Borkin, Carol Merchasin, Diane Lee. Row 3: Steve Baker, Marilouise Melczer, Donna Kramer, Sondra Pritkin, Mike Manes, Cheryl Rosenfeld, Maxine Hess, Evelyn Nash, Jill -as . s li 'n mtv' e gee W EE -is E M . .m, ,. me Heading the PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB is Mr. Howard Shusett. He instructs the club members on the use of their cameras and the art of good picture taking. Row 1: Bob Knopf, Larry Miller, David Tasker, James grammer, Richard Kashdan, Mike Jeskin, Mr. Howard Row 2: Gary Lazarus, Mike Manes, Michael Hintzeloff, Jay Koprnan, Gary Mlserow. Members of the DANCE CLUB, supervised by Mr. Harris, learn all types of dances. Row 1: Tica Greitzer, Brenda Gordon, Margaret Brody, Linda Barr, Anne Veatch, Linda Ehrnstein, Mariorie Horo- 'tz. Rldw 2: Bill Faye, Richard Sine, Bart Teush, Dave Gerard, Ronnie Karsln, Stephen Wack. 0 . 1 5 N E K5 Anyone for dancing or listening? The ENSEMBLE CLUB, under the direction of Mrs. Eileen Wingard, supplies both by playing a wide variety of real cool and really beautiful music. Row 1: Rochelle Rosman, Susan Howard, Shirley Levenson, Renee Nole, Dorothy Felsenburg. Row: 2: Mrs. Wingarcl, June April, Leonard Slatkin, Perry April, Ronnie Karsin, Marilyn Jacobs, Warren Kaye, Shel- don Erlich. The ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB, under the direction of Miss Margaret Acheson, have a chance to con- struct various things when their club meets. Row 1: Penny Barnett, Miriam Kurland, Dale Feldman, Etta Speigal, Beverly Seslcin, Miss Margaret Acheson. Row 2: Cristina Adams, Angela Harris, Dennis Miller, Ronald Gerechl, Donald Gerecht, Genie Goodman. Row 3: Lad Rubaum, Patricia Osborn, Carol Cramer, Steve Botan, Richard Kashdan, Joel Wicks, Gilbert Katen. I :ig ll553 e W- l . ' i ss- MUSIC GRCUP ' -mum -- --?- f X l A Z 'g f 'fs ,,." ,. JI -- "'fl:. l C c wee- X, 44 wrrqjl X , K, x ,hit l . - i ' I ' 1-57 if J A fe fm-F fe VL? . .x l , .,. , K .. ,- . "lf Y.--Q A, J.B. assemblies and special occasions are enriched by the fine music of the SENIOR ORCHESTRA, con- ducted by Mrs. Eileen Wingord. Row 1: Jeffrey McKie, Rochelle Rosman, Leonard Slotkin, Sharon Sweany, Tim Schiff, Charlene Teed, David Finkelstein, Susan Howard, Shirley Levenson. Row 2: Marlyn Jacobs Warren Kaye, Vivian Naiiar, Lana Foreman, Toni Thule, Donald Rhodes, Rosalie Gershon, Bob Vernoff, Jonny Samuel, Fred Meyer, Joel Pyenson, Sheldon Erlich, Barbara White, Renee Noie. Row 3: Charles Henry, Ronnie Karsin, Mary Heldman, Donald Plummer, Connie Atkins, Perry April, Rochelle Miller, Brad Butler, Edward Hymson, Jimmy Toben, Theodore Efron, Martin Gellen,Harvey Lane, Elliot Wax, Douglas Gardner, Leonard Feinblatt, Mary Worthington, Mike Kogan, Row 4: Dorothy Felsenburg, Claudia Seiclner, Laurel Meyers, Phyllis Bellamy, Linda Popkin, June Goldman, Linda Goldman, Linda Ehrnstein, Sylvia Dane, Harold Anderson, Darrow Milgrim, John Yeomans, William Yeomans, Norman Pollinger, Red Stevens, Alann Heldfond, Charles Fleishmon, Pat Brothers, Steve Marlin, Mrs. Eileen Wingaral, Jeanie Kay, Row 5: Charles Deufch, Kenneth Friedman, Alan Fraser. V l 'E l . '46 l rf: 05 lm - 5 . "' 3-2 ' Il 4 ' , ,591 . x it J' iii s n x 1 l .i i ffffmix il i ,ll lit O ll l 'R " l , ,ga J 4 .I ill fi 13' . i J ill music ring! Strike up the band! The combination of brass, woodwind, cmd percussion instruments make the wonderful sound that comes from J.B. BAND. Led by Mrs. Eileen Wingord, the band plays for assemblies and sports events. 1' Jimmy Jacobson Robert Fisher Ben Rosenlsloom Gary Katzman, Jael Wicks, Stephen Overturf, Teddy Katzoff, Alan Rose, Niels Jackson. U Dennis Colernan: Richard Firestlone, Albert Cicouiel, Steve Wallis, Bill Chemers, Richard Klein, Bernie Lerner, Marvin Bernstein, Peter Atkins, Donald Parris, r Gilsan, Douglas Martin, Joe Jennings. 3: Bob Nnell Russ Goodman, Alan Green, Michael Green, Alan Ohermon, Alan Lomas, Ricky Waltzman, Ricky Boehme, Michael Olson, John Gordon, Joseph llll, Bob Rasmussen, Sanford Kerbis, Alan Loeb, Navman Codd, Jim Sconland, Victor Dinnerstein. v 4: Stephen Lee, Dorothy Craig, Virginia Roberts, Mrs. Eileen Wingard, Ted Jonas, Rancly Urlik, Kingsley Nelson, Gary Lazarus, Ray Fraser, Paul Woertz, 'lard Bell, Richard Fine, Ronnie Bararn, Eddie Gloss, Sherry Weinstein. ll new Ji it i llilimwll Always ready to entertain us is the GIRS' GLEE CLUB, under the able direction of Miss Marie Erharf. Row 1: Wynn Waldman, Barbara Wood. Row 2: Leslie Newman, Roberta Drexler, Bonnie Becker, Carole Jud- is, Isobel Kerker, Ann lverscn, Bar- bara Rosen, Marian Williams, Nel- la Foin, Melanie Levrizian, Helene Kaufman, Beverly Seskin. Row 31 Lyndia Leidig, Rosalie Klein, Mariorie Horowitz, Carol Sel- iger, Karen Kircholl, Judy Raske, Sharon Goodman, Michele Kutcher, Harriet Hibbard, Lucille Moomiian, Shelia Solomon. Row 4: Myna Meshul, Esther Leider, Sarah Jacobson, Karen Kaplan, Brenda Reeve, Cathy Cannon, Eun- ice Adelman, Carol Pierce, Melinda Nichaelian, Cordaine Trott. Row 5: Roberta Cronin, Lucille Gor- batt, Donna Jessup, Linda Sturges, Cynthia Ogus, Dorice Gaines, Ela- ine Herman, Gloria Lerner, Gay Moss, Judi Cramer. f'N l lfl' ' l ox ,uh Adm I I , R ! LU l I X ' l l lg. Wlwrrnlli ll J ,fftfk . 1 nr 5:11- f:g,' w 311 ' r ar' l' www wwf WW Wall Kiwi ww rlllvww mill! x R 1 K I , L. TEICHER l8 Under the sponsorship of Miss Marie Erharf, the BOYS' GLEE CLUB sings for many school assemblies. Row 1: Joel Fishman, Robert Elias, Jerry Finn, David Silvera, Martin Lippert, Jim Goodwin, Jon van Scoyk, Jerry Shapiro, Robert Herman. Row ?: Sandy Harlow Irwin Marcus, Lyn Lloyd, Errol Segal, Arthur Golden, Arthur Reading, Stephan Largan, Jim Merchasin, Alan Egglestr Bevery Fritts. Row 3: Richard Truax, Lance Feldberg, Frederick Barner, Sabin Epstein, Henry Minuk, Steve Boker, Mike Mauihe, Steven Danna, Jon Hope. Row 4: Roger Ramlaro, Roger Gaskin, Dennis Sellin, Mark Richards, Roger Toll, Kent Schisler, Kim Headlye, Richard Beebe, Edward Bailey. RowI5: Raymond Holley, Steve Dubinsky, Leslie Collins, Emanuel Nedwick, Marvin Giventer, Don Eversoll, Gary Meserow, Jim l-lodges, Euge Wex er. MIGI-ITY Wxlit 9 fiiieof A9 CLASS COUNCIL AND OFFICERS Row 2 Mrs Clarita Neher Judy Abramson Dave Gerard Pant Evans ATI-KUN Row 'I: Barbara Crane, Charles Deutch, Bart Teush, Judi Levy Barry Berksan Karol Burkett Miss Marie McCarthy Steve Vine A9 ACTIVITIES The thrill of finally being A9's was here. With Bart Teush elected president, we knew our term would be great. Others chosen: Chuck Deutch, vice-president, Barbara Crane, secretary, and Judi Levy, historian. Homeroom presidents elected were: Judy Abramson, Barry Berkson, Carol Burkett, Pam Evans, Dave Gerard, Lucky Mollin, and Steven Vine. The A9 Council was made up of the four officers and the homeroom presidents, with the help ot Miss McCarthy, our counselor, and Mrs. Neher, our sponsor. We knew that they'd do a good lob to give us a wonderful term. The council chose as their goals class unity and IOOZ graduation. An important part of our A9 term were the many homeroom meetings in the auditorium. We discussed activities and received words of encouragement from our counselor, besides promoting spirit and unity. We had two camera days -- one for pictures for the BURR and one for our own memories and laughter. Two after-school dances were enjoyed by the A9's. "The Mad Hatters Ball" was the theme of the first, with Bart Teush as M.C. "Mardi Gras" was the theme of the breakfast. Entertainment was given by talented A9's with Chuck Deutch as the M.C. This was also our first color day and we were proud to wear our colors, red and gray. We chose an A9 All-Star Team of girls and an A9 Boys' Team, to represent us on the athletic fields. Girls chosen were: Sharon Bloomberg, Carol Callahan, Virginia Hallinen, Elaine Horne, Elizabeth Jackson, Eileen Jasper, Shirley Levenson, Susan Levy, Dianne Lewis, Marie Rodriguez, Judie Sheldon, and Elaine Wong. The Boys' Team members: Barry Berkson, Bert Berman, Jeff Cohn, Barry Gore, Jeff I-iochmari, Bill Izakowitz, Jerry Krasn, Henry McPherson, Chuck Rubel, Larry Schwartz, Lanny Stern, and Steve Vine. All the A9 girls and their mothers enioyed the A9 Mother-Daughter Tea. Entertainment included a fashion show and some musical numbers. Then all girls and mothers met to talk and have refreshments. The A9 Girls' Play Day was very good with the theme of movies. Some faculty members were iudges, with B9 girls to referee. After we took Interest Inventory Tests, counselors talked to us from LA. and Fairfax to help us plan our B10 programs. The Journalism Staff put out five issues of the FAR and NEAR and the W'58 edition of the BU.RR. The literary editors of the BURR were John Lauer and Shirley Levenson. Three art editors, Richard Matzkin, June April, and Karen Davidson, were chosen. A cherished memory for all the A9 girls was the last Girls' League assembly of W'58. After the installation of S'58 officers and the giving out of awards, the A9 girls bade farewell by singing "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You". We left the auditorium to the tune of "Pomp and Circumstance". The end was nearing. Our final night dance was filled with excitement. The art service class had decorated the gym beautifully, and we were all filled with dreams. And now the day we have looked forward to is finally upon us. Graduation. As we look back on our three years at J.B., we find memories of hard work, happy times, and loads of fun. We graduated to the theme: "This above all: to thine own self be true." Much hard work and prepara- tion went into the program, and when for the last time we walked down the aisle, with mixed emotions we bade our final farewell to J.B. Before we leave the class of W'58, we would like to thank our teachers and principals for all their help. We especially thank Miss McCarthy, our wonderful counselor through our three years at J.B. For us, the A9's of W'58, this term has been the most wonderful of our three years at J.B. We have many memories that we can turn to as we grow older. Now we are looking backward, but we realize that from now on we'll look ahead. We are thankful for what we have learned at J.B. 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Elliot Wax 53 n K W-H. 5 .l ri is M -Q .. S A ,I H .i..... Louis I ldm - , ., 1 -:ff - . , .fi if-'T if l V I ' M .5 ' 'U ' ' ' el' .r 3 X, M ,QW it .V if 1 r Ester Wmtn If on .,V, . ' A 1 S A Stephen Wo 5 K' e : S r I 1' 4' W S " ifl 'S " 3 'Rf i W i 'i Elaine Wong ill it f ., 1 Q j V - - V' GSH: ' A I F ,. L I Ig : Q w ! ,, ii I ,AQ 4 BE -,i .if . V 1 Barbara Wood z Q r , K me U ' 5 .ii ,Z -,E Mary Worthington 1 3' -n-n 3 H ' A 'w ' 'V . 1 I i t S S 'Q . ?. fw- ii 'A' i Ellen vusney V4 , ,gr r Barbara Zeavrn . , ,,. d M M Susan Zeesmdn t, I A Janice Jones Ai W - T . F. T ' s " W ' Q ,. J 1 ' 12 ' 4' :mr 2 A9 HISTORY As we, the A9's of W'58, are ready to graduate, we have many memories of .l.B. One of our funniest memories is when we were bewildered B7's. Of course, it didn't seem funny to us at the time. We had trouble finding our classes the first few daysg but then we really got into the swing of things. We elected Peggy Averbaok, Paul Crost, Donna Jessup, Suzi Lappin, Andi Leemon, Henry McPherson, and Virginia Stephens to represent us as our homeroom presidents. Our class sponsor, Miss McCarthy, offered words of encouragement all through this term to keep us happy and class-spirited. We saw our first Burr Frolics, and were quite surprised at the talent of some J.B. students and teachers. The Student Body elections made us realize that we were iuniors, so we all tried to get good grades. We took part in our first Little World Series: we lost. Then came the-day when we were A7's, and not lowly scrubs any more. We walked around as if we owned the school, we were so happy. We elected as our homeroom presidents this term: Mike Adel, Pam Evans, Bill Izakowitz, Shirley Levenson, Mike Lyon, Ronny Marks, and Bart Teush. The officers led us in o wonderful terrn. During this term we received l.D. pictures for the first time. They came as quite a shock to most of us, but now as we look back, all we can do is laugh. This semester Mr. Hunt came to us as boys' vice-principal. Some parts of the buildings were modernized, such as, sound-proofing the ceiling and newly painting the walls. There was a Dribble Bowl game, which we lost, Now we were B8's, and we elected Mike Lyon as chairman of our Junior Assembly. Our other leaders were: Tica Greitzer, Art Harlig, Susan Howard, Susan Levy, Bill Piltzer, Gordon Rose, and Jeff Smith. We were very happy to welcome Mr. Jarrett as our new principal, and we were very happy when we found out how friendly he is. The next Burr Frolics was very good. It finally camel As A8's, the girls got their first senior privilege: they got to wear lipstick. We were so happy about it. Maybe that's why all our leaders were girls. Chosen were: Peggy Averbook, Elizabeth Gabay, Marilyn Giss, Donna Jessup, Suzi Lappin, Andi Leemon, and Susan Schlalfer. We took part in the Dribble Bowl, but we lost. Being seniors, we had to get good grades so that we could run for offices. With Latin, algebra, and Spanish in the B9, we wondered if it was worth it, with all the homework piling up. At last, though, we were dumped into mad confusion as we heard speeches and then waited for results. Henry McPherson won for student-body president, Penny Fenster, secretary, Karen Kadushin, safety commissioner, Ronny Marks, commissioner of community relations, and Linda Barr, school service commissioner. Chosen to head the Girls' League were Andi Leemon, president, Suzi Lappin, vice- presidentg Shirley Levenson, secretaryg Elaine Horne, senior athletic commissioner, and Susan Levy, iunior athletic commissioner. The boys chosen to run the Boys' Council were: Mile Lyon, president, Larry Schwartz, vice-president, Richarcl Aller, secretary, and Tim Schiff, athletic commissioner. The homeroom presidents were: Carol Callahan, Barbara Crane, Bob Essick, Mary Felicano, Virginia Hallinen, Elaine Horne, and Jerry Krasn. These homeroom presidents led us through a wonderful term. As B9's there were many extra events. We saw our last Burr Frolics. The highlight of this Burr Frolics was the wonderful singing of Nat "King" Cole. ln sports we won the Little World Series. We were defeated, though, by the faculty. At last we reached the final plateau. We were A9's. lt was a wonderful feeling to be the leaders of the school. The other pupils look up not only to the officers, but to all A9 students as examples. We look back on our last term with mixed emotions. We had many wonderful homerooms and color days, and a Play Day, and many wondreful assemblies. We'll especially remember our Graduation. Junior High has been a wonderful experience, and we will never forget it. V 3 9, En QAYK i 4 y 1' ,- , . i W. .i . i ,Ill 5 i. l I 'P- X v" l NSA' wifi .!l!. i ' Q 5 ' Q . 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Not Shown: Dianne Lewis, Virginia l-lallinen. GIRLS' SENIOR NOON LEAGUE CAPTAINS Row 'l: Elaine Horne, Susan Levy. Row 2: Phyllis Gross, Nella Fain, Margarel Skopp, Marian Williams, Barlaarci Rosin, Janet Porlney, Anne Greenberg, Raw 3: Donna Kramer, Karol Burkelle, Arlene Schwartz, Elaine Wong, Barbara Marill, Linda Sturgis, Maxine Hess, Caroline Hall, Martha Whitely. fyqlflll . J if llf ff ar Url Kxkifqjx X f Y Zrf - 4 l jx I N I l L 1 X, . 7 WLEYJ Dnviu5NQJ GIRLS' JUNIOR NOON LEAGUE CAPTAINS Row 'l: Susan Levy, Elaine Horne. Row 2: Kurolee Penske, Bobbie Sleincller, Robert Sampson, Audrey Waxman, Barbara Goldberg, Mary Isaacs, Laralyn Appel, Judy Soloo, Julie Shapiro, Pamela Poslan. Row 3: Jeanette Lahana, Gladys Goor, Judy Wall, Christine Tanaka, Ruth Segal, Joann Furey. Row 4: Mariorie Blass, Joy McRaber'rs, Vickie Siegel, Angela Golclrnan, Elizabeth Payne, Maureen Kory, Carol Merchison, Rochelle Miller. Row 1: Christine Adams, .lunc Goldman, Jaan Hallman, Martha White le Y- .. ., Row 2: Janet Porlney, Elaine Wong, Mary Triesi, Susan Frlecler, Lois 41.3-ji, Simon, Caroline Hall. SENIOR G.A.C. CAPTAINS AND CABINET -- . we I x - ,J 0' L '66 ,x .efellei , r , 1 I rggggirx V, 1:-. -. 1 aff! "" 9 'lf n . 4- 1-1 I? ' 0 W ,- 4 f INAHLINC Row l: Barbara Goldberg, Susan Howard, Elaine Wong, Joan Hoff- l man, Audrey Litl, Judy Meyer. Row 2: Christine Tanaka, Judith Wolf, Marjorie Blatt, Rochelle Miller, Leslie Sheffner, Lauralee Rinsler. JUNIOR G.A.C. CAPTAINS AND CABINET f ' V I , .5, 1 I 5.115 in l, Xa I V Mflfjy I 15 if '-fi' . ' I ' N ' "' " - 4 . 713- cfs- 'A -- , ' rw 0 S l EQ F Q., N V51 ww- I, 'L 1 I I I A we A L J iv ff -- i... we I T i "3 T ' .., , - . ll if 555 "' H ' , ,1 1165 T3 40 ,iv ly L. 41' I 1 V jg - e .,--::5. l -V I H v ': mu I . I , , . Q ,,, F15 ' ak, W .. if lt , gf lp if, 'Lf gf f rg-'K - 'iiiirf i I 'fi fr 2 , I , I .i , , , 8 5... . E . B, ,g.,, 4 . cv ' I N. - I , i M K ' r J- C i ' ' if I 'hun qi - . l5 i9"'J"+s'9" "' 7: r V ll , -ll ' 'ygkla-gill: t ' A , . Sl. gf'-R Sl - A I! - I I iw . I . ,N z we H - 0 1 ' gi, . ' I -r. ,ffl '. S-'gs ' ,, J'-P ' ' ,' ., er- ,H if-. WHEEL., B HA. - ' , .r ,Q 'p,,- 1,1 ' , 1, Lx Lev T., , ,. . 'U .... ,, . 4"-- If lla 'gif' in i5?i elif' I C..- ' Row Row Row Row GIRLS' CLASS CAPTAINS, SECRETARIES, AND SERGEANTS Roberta Sampson, Audrey Waxman, Phyllis Vine, Bobbie Steincller, Marcia Szabo, Susan Austin, Diane Cohen, Marcia Caraco, Melanie Tevrizian. llulh Segal, Geraldine Lcvyjxngela Goldman, Paulette Robin, Barbara Zeavin, Phyllis Sobel, Phyllis Grass, Susan Schaefer, Mary Heldman, Donna Kramer. ' ' ' ' ' K I h Susan Cohen, Barbara Dania, Joan Flcrschman, Mariarie Blolt, Marian Williams, Judy Meyer, Ins Bender, Maureen Kory, Patricia cry, Caro Merc isan. Arlene Schwartz, Catherine Cale, Barbara Marill, Tica Greitzer, Blanchei McClure, Joanne Furey, Susan Frieder, Caroline Hall, Barbara Crane, Evelyn Nash. l K l W one . e "ss l Ni' .S -..VW .W . .. .. . ol- ,N-. Eleven A9's ore chosen by o Boys' Council Committee to represent the A9 BOYS' TEAM, sponsored by Mr. Arthur Jones. QQ' Raw 1: Bert Berman, Steve Vine, Barry Gore, Lanny Stern, Barry Berkson, Gerald Krasn, Mr. Q4 Arthur Janes. Row 2: Henry McPherson, Bill Izakowitz, Jeff Cohen, Charles Rubel, Jeff I-Iochmon, Larry Schwartz. O ovs ' SPORTS ,ef oe L- STERN EAGLES Row 1: Jon Elsky, Don Gray, Pete Poisier, Ron Segal, David Genut, Steve Kularin, Bob Ozar, Jimmy Gottesman, Richard Freiden, R. G. Elliot, Sponsor. Row 2: Bob Gelson, Richard Price, Steve Stein, Dick Yeossiun, Don lnsinga, Alan Balik, Bill Drubkin, Ronald Gar, Dennie Coleman. Row 3: Bruce Gutmun, Richard Aller, Eddie Dorfmon, Sheldon Gore, Paul Glontz, Neil Jackson, Mike Henzeloff, Bill Wotzmon. Row 4: Leonard Feinblott, Jerry Krasn, Bill lzakowitz, Paul Donin, Don Eversoll, Mflfk Nfldel. Bob Essick. David GEYCUCI, Mike Epstein. . .,., ...K l. i 5 lf: . 'YI ' 4 'Q A.. "'ifkgJ::lgE3, -,fn ' qeoiih. :QSM "5-9' b ,E F. -Q if Al' cryin' G. Lanz A gf is , :fa me f-..-2. TIGERS Row 'l: Mr. Hans Meyer, Bruce Lester, Terry Glossman, Ken Cooper, Ronny Marks, Michael Rossen, Neil Burkhardt, Dave Esses, Steve Carlot, Seymour Srchlosser, Loren Dryfuss. Row 2: Don Lane, Alan Roberts, Paul Mandelson, lra Zack, Richard Jones, Howard Harnmerman, Steve Danna, Don Barenfeld, Bill Yeamans, John Quit- tner. Row 3: Paul Novak, George David, Kenny Simons, Dave Lewin, Bart Teusch, Neil Fond, Herb Meites, Law- rence Stuppy, Marv Tiano, Rocky Mur- chesin. Row 4: Dennis Kessler, Murray Thule. Larry Kaye, Chuck Morris, Steve Rousso, Leroy Talbert, Perry Krinitr, John Hoff- man, Steve Sekelsky. TROJANS Row 1: Mr. Jorris, Pete Feinstein, Larry K0l'lmi Dave Glogow, Larry Stern, Michael Platt, Lee Cohen, Bill Raskoff, San Nash, Steve Houseman, John Gor- on. Row 2: Albert Franco, Jim Goodwin, Randy Kolker, Don Brown, Dick Fine, Steve Press, Marty Lessow, Eugene Or- eck, Art Reimer, James Brown, Albert Sheldon. Row 3: Stephen Wack, Jonny Samuels, Fred Simons, Steve Wallis, Steve Feld- man, Richard Klein, Bernie Lerner, Mike Martin, John Stickles, Stephen Gach, Row 4: Mike Sriro, Howard Marcus, Jeff Cohen, Mike Krokower, Alan Co- WUU, Barry Berkson, Bill Huber, Raul Monroy, Max Levy. RAMS Row 1: Mr. Thomas, Stan Salter, Ira Schwartz, Steve Sadd, lrwin Marcus, Sherwin Epstein, Bill Kerr, Lloyd Ing- ber, Dove Jesperian, Chuck Fabian, Harvey Goldberg. Row 2: Lou Maures, Ed Bailey, Bertie Berman, Barry Gore, Myron Rosenaur, Bill Piltzer, Mike Lyon, Dove Abelson, Harold Hyman. Row 3: Jon Wexler, Roger Toll, John Taylor, Sheldon Herman, Harry Kahn, Dan Green, Norma Shapiro, Steve Avery. . Row 4: Marc Kravetz, Jeff Smith, Marv Giventer, Chuck Rubel, Joe Sternlight, Sanford Kerbis, Jeff Hochmon, Henry McPherson, Dave Rubin. X ,, fi 2 I 'Q K5 Cv fag A a ,H s - fi , . f M ' fi eg Y ' - - L igier C I 5- Cowen fy V t Vi NN l 'ill ll 'Si l lt ii rw st - W 1 , f ' we 1 eww si- -g -ewwsefr '- .. - v , - V : ee- rs rs -r . e e-X me-.. .-Q., be air.-475, , eggs. I, H A . .ee 4-if 5, 4 .,feeW.H-Hi, , ?jgiL3ee,,,,,.ig,g3: Ze. -.'-gEQ5:,s,L',jQiLP B' 1' i - - ' -' r 7 , , do-. cc , . . MUSTANGS Row 1: Mr. D. L. Gustafson, John Kirby, John Van Skoyk, Perry April, Ron Shapiro, Robert Boswell, Peter Dovmcuni, Mike Sweany, Stephen Torgan, Charles Goldman, Pat McLaughlin, Howard Singer. Row 2: Mark Stevens, Richard Fischer, Don Schwartz, Robert Schrange, John udell, Stan Freedman, Harry Ennestein, Bill Faye, Dano Lerner Norman Codd, Roger Rombid, Steve Siff. Row 3: Morris Kliclcman, Dennis Korn, Howard Hartman, Douglas Bergen, Richard Bell, Peter Edelsock, Dennis Goodman, Douglas Martin Mike Randall, Randy Bartlett, Richard Teichner. Row 4: Alann Heldlond, Richard Safody, Harold Kohn, Steve Wolfson, Robert Kartinger, Charles Deutch, Bill Novodor, Gary Mesirow, Charles Davidson, Murray Silverstein. Row 5: Steve Antebi, Joe Hoovan, Larry Schwartz. WARRIORS Row 1: Mike Berksen, Eddie Stanton, Eric Thorson, Paul Wertz, John Yeomans, Christopher Van Scoyk, Irving Segal, Mr. Walter Macintosh. Row 2: Richard Agins, Dave Evans, Al Erdynast, Kent Schisler, Richard Hoffman, Al Hoagen. Row 3: Mark Rothlitr, Don Schisler, Dennis Mitchell, Terry Kupers, Jerry Ginsberg, Al Gordon, Mike Adel. il . A. DN- I ,ff ' , ,,- "TE .fji -f TJ 671 -'1 Q L., ,rw V 5 fn : pls KSN we-K gt BPIRU tkll I xxx QS le A KA X x w ff' U I I 1 R Q r H : 5 , L ess is . 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