Atlantic City High School's Class of 1958 Website - Part 1
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|ACHS CLASS OF '58
The Class that loves to party!
|OUR FRESHMAN & SOPHOMORE YEARS
It was over 50 years ago that we all entered ACHS as lowly Freshmen. The school seemed so big! Here are some old pictures from waaaay back then. We'll start with our first two years.
Here are pictures of some of our classmates in their Freshman Year at
Were you one of those smart asses that always knew the answer?
Steve Gottlieb, Bob Somers & Ronnie Glenn on the A.C. Boardwalk on
Easter Sunday, 1955
Steve Gottlieb, Ed Doughty & Ronnie Glenn on the A.C. Boardwalk on
Easter Sunday, 1955
A little boy turned to his grandpa and said, "grandpa, talk like a frog."
The Grandpa replied "What?, I'm not going to talk like a frog!"
The little boy again asked, "come on, Grandpa talk like a frog please."
Grandpa again said "No! Go bother your grandmother."
The little boy finally gave up and left.
A little while later the little boy's sister came in and said "Grandpa will you talk like a frog for me?"
Grandpa of course replied, "NO!"
The little girl then said, "Please grandpa will you talk just like a frog"?
Grandpa was very disturbed by now and said, "what is it with you and your brother, why in the world do you want me to talk like a frog?"
The little girl looked at her grandpa and said "Well last night daddy told us that when you croak we are going to go to Disney World."
Joan Leeds, Barbara Fisher & Barbara Hughes on the A.C. Boardwalk on Easter Day, 1956
Steve Gottlieb, Denny Whitworth, Ron Glenn, Bob Subranni & Bob Somers on the A.C. Boardwalk on Easter Day, 1956
Bob Somers & Ed Doughty on the A.C. Boardwalk on Easter Day, 1956
|2 bits, 4 bits, 6 bits a buck --- all for Atlantic High stand up and fight!
||50 cent lunches: Flounder, Mashed Potatoes,Gravy, Peas & Milk
||The Junior Prom: "Younger Than Springtime"|
|The Senior Prom: "An Affair to Remember"||Typical writing in your yearbook: "You're a great guy --- good luck in the future!
||Best party after the Senior Prom: "Rebel" McConnell's in Longport
||Cool back then: Walking around the halls with your arm around your girlfriend
||Mary Etta Cobb was President of the Student Council
||Far above Atlantic waters waves the blue & white, Emblem of our alma mater. Hail Atlantic High!
The Absegami Club Formal Dance at Haddon Hall in August, 1956
Dick Stanton & Betty Barker
Lynn Detweiler & Steve Gottlieb
Judy Lyons & Ed Doughty
The ACHS New York Trip in the Fall of 1956 (during our Junior Year)
Judy Foster on the New York Trip
Betty Barker, Cathie Tort & Sue Auchter on the New York Trip
Where did we get the best pizza in town?
The Baltimore Grill (or DiFiori's)
Where did we get the best subs in town?
The White House
Joyce Hunter, Sue Moore & Judy Foster on the New York Trip
Lynne Detweiler & Joyce Hunter on the New York Trip
Judy Foster & Ed Doughty on the New York Trip
Steve Gottlieb, Jane Walshe, Jay McCracken & Lynn Gallagher on the New York Trip
Joyce Hunter, Sue Moore, Betty Barker, Jo DiBiasi, Lynne Detweiler & Carole Bankhead with a group of Mexicans on the N.Y. Trip
A husband and wife were having dinner at a very fine restaurant when this
absolutely stunning young woman comes over to their table, gives the husband
a big open-mouthed kiss, says she'll see him later and walks away. His wife
glares at him and says, "Who the hell was that??" "Oh," replies the
husband, "she's my mistress."
"Well that's the last straw," says the wife. "I've had enough, I want a
divorce." "I can understand that," replies her husband, "but remember, if
we get a divorce it will mean no more shopping trips to Paris, no more
wintering in Barbados, no more summers in Tuscany, no more Infiniti or
Lexus in the garage and no more yacht club. But the decision is yours."
Just then, a mutual friend enters the restaurant with a gorgeous babe on his
arm. "Who's that woman with Jim? " asks the wife. "That's his mistress,"
says her husband. "Ours is prettier," she replies.
Do you remember the "Student Handbooks"?
Remember the main entrance to ACHS?
Let's take a look inside our old high school ---
| Next: OUR JUNIOR & SENIOR YEARS
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