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Page 22 text:
Always ready to entertain us is
the GIRS' GLEE CLUB, under
the able direction of Miss
Row 1: Wynn Waldman, Barbara
Row 2: Leslie Newman, Roberta
Drexler, Bonnie Becker, Carole Jud-
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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,
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.
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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
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
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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.
Page 23 text:
MIGI-ITY Wxlit 9
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
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
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
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
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
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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