Academy of Our Lady of Mercy - Lauralton Yearbook (Milford, CT)

 - Class of 1958

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Supporters , . i Hllllllllllw Our Holy Father loves youth He loves them to such a degree that he wishes to be their champion At the Vatican he asked the youth of Rome Will you be the youth of the Pope? They answered Yes and our Holy Father lovingly promised in return Then We will be the Pope of youth This promise was made not only to the youth of Rome but to all who love him and wish to belong to him He feels that the peace and prosper ity of the future depend upon the youth of the world We at Lauralton have heard our Holy Father s promise and we wish very much to be his But we reflect that to be the youth of the Pope requires clear principles great personal courage and an unbreakable union be tween religion and life During our years at Lauralton our teachers through instruction guidance and constant prayer have been working to willing to meet our Holy Father s challenge Now we must put this train ing into practice Since education is a social and not merely an individual activity our Holy Father rightly expects that we shall share the fruits of the precious advantages afforded us In our graduating class of today are the wives and mothers the religious and the business women of tomorrow As we fash ion our future we are committed to respond to our Holy Fathers appeal go forward go into the forefront go and enlighten and teach With humble dependence on God s grace we hope to fulfill our Holy Fathers commission - Q , . 7 ,, . . , . - -3, , , 1 4 3 instill these very principles to transform us into young adults ready and , . , . . , . I H , l to"... ' ' ...go .YI ' I , u N, a L . wwf ' A iv The Assistant ARCHBISHOP at the His Pontifical Excellency Throne Most Reverend HENRY O'BRIEN D.D. The AUXILIARY BISHOP His Excellency Most Reverend JOHN HACKETT, D.D. REVEREND CARL J. SHERER Chaplain and Teacher "The teaching ofce is a lofty position which calls for intellectual discernment and for goodness of heart . . . "-Pope Plas XII fp f cn rn E f1 cn -1: X E ,LADEM14 Q9 I P54142 cob? . in I D W' 'P I' J! fb 494, IYT1-q-44J'J:pq15 17 13 Q- FN Vi if' T ova X X Ex O 'W lx 19 SISTER AGNES MARIE S p ' HUIWHISIIIIIIIUH SISTER M. BARTHOLOMEW Principal MOTHER M. RINALDO SISTER M. EDMUND SISTER M. PATRICIUS Councillor Councillor Bursar SISTER M. AMANDA SISTER M. ELVIRA Directress, Religion, Chemistry, Mathematics I I. SISTER M. VINCENT de PAUL SISTER MARIA BEATRICE Assistant Librarian Librarian, English SISTER M. CARMELITA 9 SISTER M. CORONA Business SISTER M. ADMIRABILIS SISTER M. PASCHAL 'Gym I ..l.. S . . . ,SS -ij .. 4, 5.5-K 1 ggflyis f ,,--, gf .,..,--55' In - Q - ,4Ef.wifif,,. f!? Pf2g1i'!5i' ' fx mei' if' I' "J "" . ,.,. ' H5 e . ! i'15i:ff1 .' ' 'Z' . - . . ai: i f " L.', MISS MARIE COSTANTINI MISS CATHERINE DONNELLY RN Gym Instructor SISTER M. NATALIE I0 SISTER M. ANNINA Religion, French Religion, Biology SISTER M. THERESE SISTER M. DELPHINA Religion, Spanish, Ceramics, Art Lq-EN I 'Bw -M Qpxnrfi-I3 MISS CHRISTINE MAZNICKI MISS MARIETTA CONROY History, Democracy Latin f'1u:vI C. I SISTER EDNA MARIE 1 I SISTER M. BERTILLE Music English ,V MRS. DOROTHY STARRETI' M S.,ELEANOR BONNELL English, Journalism I' Office , M UJ.Hrar:m' V141 'W I Mtiifnif MISS MARY ANN BRYNNEN MISS JANE MORIARTY Ma h ' t ematics Spanish, History MISS CATHERINE McKIN1.EY 12 French History, English MISS JACQUELYN FILIPEK 791 rf' JJ XV X Q ,cf if s-TX 1- Home' Ea. ra X , MISS ROSEMARY LINEHAN SISTER MARIA MAGDALEN Religion, Homemaking SISTER M. FRANCIS RAPHAEL SISTER M. CORITA English Religion, Latin SISTER PETER MARIE 'I3 SISTER CLARE MARIE Religion, English Chemistry, Mathematics SEWUH ELHSE UHIEEHE Valerie McMahon ......A...A,....4, Secretary Josephine Testo ......,.,,.... Vice-Prexident Nancy Greene ,,.,... ,,.,.... T reasurer Marcia Marchese .....,.. ,....... P refident Sister M. Amanda .......,.i.i Class Advixer -'7JP?'1by,,!,f ? H 1 iff, .. s "?o,,,? 3 J 4' Q75 My ZQSVI, - If mf: '1-fe '31 "-N-I V c .f. fqvm 0,165 ,,, I "Whatever vocation may claim you, this is true of you all: always you will be children of God."-Pope Pius XII 0 lf. I . ,uv ,I I .,',,, A65 f7"'T1 YJ veg' .iff .1 "1 .4 lflff ,f, Q . 11 its-'I , fi, -FK? A ff IQ. a 1 Qieilr 'I ff! 7,-4,1 , ,if all-.J ff -rr , lqqj '51, .ff "'-U f. A,,, J , !.,' f ,4,f",ZLf,,,,-'J 1 .,.-vw.: ., inf' fl 41i,L.,,- " 7, ' 1 ,slhtfgf I f 5 f-lv . v ,ff V 'rw if ". JUDITH ANN ANDREOLI If lA A, 10 Veranda Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut! I W "Judy" . . , short and sweet . . . smile for everyone ...fllff l'd d fh . Hamdtgn toainucrlowd. sereney in epen CHE one o t e JANICE FRIEDA ANTHONY Tarcisians, Missions, Basketball Varsity, Clubs: Ceramics, 9 Ranch Drive, Bfidgepoff, COHUCCUCUI Choral, French. APRIL ANN BAKO 175 Robert Treat Parkway, Milford, Connecticut "What shall I do with my hair?" . . . bubbling over . . individualist . . . active mind . . . lively personality . . . enjoys working. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Business Club, Spanish Club President 2, Active mind . . . school spirit . . , versatile . . . studious . . . great sports enthusiast . . . "Oh, that Cicero!" Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, VIRGINIA ROSE BARBIFRI Blue-White Field Hockey and Basketball, Clubs: Choral, Sport Hill Road, EaStOI1, COHHCCUCUI Ffeflfh- "Ginger" . . . sparkling eyes . . . graceful and poised . . . reserved . . . infectious smile . . . fine friend . . . cheery cheerleader. Tarcisian Representative, Missions, The Laurallon Typing Staff, Cheerleader, Clubs: Choral, Ceramics, French. JULIA NEDRA BARONE 22 Overhill Road, Milford, Connecticut Curly raven locks . . . holiday personality . . . unlimited generosity . . . quick and inquisitive . . . keynote of ac- tivity . . . unpredictable. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Publicity, High- lights, Hockey Varsity, Clubs: Choral, Latin, Spanish. LORETTA ANN BIELEN 70 River Valley Road, Stratford, Connecticut Those deep sea-blue eyes . . . heart light as swansdown . . . generous . . . capable . . . demure . . . perfectly poised. Class Treas- Sodality First Assistant, Tarcisians, urer 2, Student Council Representative, The Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, If GERALDINE MARIE BASQUE 605 Trumbull Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut ' "Gerry" . . . sweet and gentle . .' . never a harsh word . . . concealed warmth . . . purposeful . . . always with April. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Choral, Business, French. NANCY MAE BIROS 173 Knowlton Street, Stratford, Connecticut Quiet and reserved . . . sincere friend . . . jovial . . . favors roller skating . . . enjoys dancing . . . sights set on nursing. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic Association, Spanish Club Secretary 2. KATHLEEN MARY BONASSAR 163 Lorraine Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Shiny black tresses . . . cheery personality . . . sweet disposition . . . quiet manner . , . sincere heart . . . friend- ly persuasiveness . . . crystal clear objectives. Sodality, Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Athletic As- sociation, Spanish Club. VIRGINIA ANN BOYD 20 Evergreen Court, Stamford, Connecticut "Ginny" . . . petite bundle of personality and talent . . . quick to smile, slow to frown . . . efficiency and then some . . . our future bright light in art . . . first scholarship winner in the class. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representa- tive, Highlightr Art Editor, The Laumlton Art Editor, Ath- letic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Vice-President Art Club, Treasurer and Art Director Dramatic Club 5, President 4. CYNTHIA JEAN BOSSES 6 Apple Orchard Lane, Nichols, Connecticut Friendly, fun-loving blonde . . . twinkling eyes . . . charm personified . . . pleasing personality . . . has to have a party . . . backstage painter. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Publicity, Athletic Association, Cheerleader, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Spanish, Dramatic Club Art Director 4. EILEEN ANN BRUZAS 67 Johnson Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Soft blonde curls , . . warm smile . . . perseverance . . . quiet ability . . . true Lauralton spirit . . . "Here's the book you wanted." Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Library, Spanish. ANNETVTE MARION BUCCI Brid eport Connecticut 27 Center Street, g , Enviable complexion . . . courteous . . . quiet sense of responsibility . . . conscientious student . . . even-tempered ' B ra fan . . . ardent Yogi er . Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Cer- amics, French. PATRICIA ANN CALLAHAN 'll R ad Huntington Connecticut Walnut Tree Hi o , , "Pat" , . . chestnut brown hair . . . conscientious . . . responsible . . . water sports enthusiast . . . loyal to C.Y.O. Soclality, Tarcisians, Missions, The Lauralton Business 'h Club Vice-President 2. Staff, Athletic Association, Spams SUZAN NE ELIZABETH BUCKLEY 216 Roger Drive, Stratford, Connecticut "Sue" , . . impressive eyes . . . the quiet UD type . . . dependable . . . forcefuldebater . . . "Never say 'Suzief please." Soclality, Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Publicity, Higlzliglazt, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, Choral, Dra- matic, Latin, Spanish, Debating Club Vice-President 4. ADRIANNE JOAN CAMPOLUCCI 1002 Grand Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut iosa sefiorita7 Short n' sweet . . . incessant talker . . . nerv . . . . sparkling and jovial . . . diligent, but not bookish 'sin future .promi g . ' A ciationg Clubs: Cer- Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic sso amics, Spanish. PATRICIA ANN CAPPELLO 191 Wells Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Pat" . . . long, dark locks . . . gift of gab . . . try anything once . . . enjoys being with others . . . favors dancing. . Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Art, Ceramics, French. CLAIRE P. CHASSE 668 Howard Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Petite . . . radiant and vivacious . . . host of friends . . . generous . . . that "mad Merc" . . . prospective nurse. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, Ath- letic Association, Ceramics Club. JOANNE LUCIA CATANDELLA 339 Union Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Sparkling personality . . . genial and gay . . . vital asset to Choral Club . . . piano enthusiast . . . Oh, that laugh! Sodality, Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Highlights, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Debating, French. MARIETTE ELIZABETH COLLA 769 Beechwood Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Blonde naturally curly locks . . . deep blue eyes . . . fine sense of justice . . . loyal and dependable . . . thoughtfully -kind and sincere . . . high principles. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights Circulation and Exchange Editor, Athletic Association, Clubs: Choral, French. SUSAN ELLEN COLLINS 75 Myrtle Street, Shelton, Connecticut Tiny and trim . . . natural poise . . . youthful glow . . high principles . . . helping hand . . . bright future. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association: Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Dramatic, French. CAROLYN JOYCE CSOM 430 Holland Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut Affable and charming . . . clear, concise thinker . . . poise of a Lauralton lady . . . animation plus . . . "I could dance all night" . . . junior model of the business world. Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Athletic Association: Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Business, Spanish. SHEILAGH MAUREEN COYNE 28 Red Fox Road, Stamford, Connecticut Elfin charm . . . mischievous, twinkling eyes . . . bound- less energy . . . weakness for apizza . . . "forgot my lunch' . . . future: little red school house. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highligbtr, Athletic As- sociationg Clubs: Choral, French, Dramatic Club Vice-Presi- dent 4. v MARGARET MARIE CURLEY 594 Brooks Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Margee" . . . always talking . . . easy to get along with . . a friendly type . . . storehouse of infectious laughter . . . "Yankee" fan . . . good gal with a camera. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Publicity, Highlight: Photography Editor, Athletic Association, French Club. Q KATHLEEN MARY CURRY 414 Dover Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Quiet and unassuming . . . sincerity plus . . . pleasant disposition . . . enduring optimism . . . 'iLet's sing" . . . firm Objectives. HELEN LOUISE CURTIS Tarcisians, Missions, Highlightr, Athletic Association, 271 Vine Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Cl'-1b51 Choral, Ffefldl- "Louise" . . . long, glowing hair . . . neatness, her crown of distinction . . . well-scrubbed look . . . exact and punc- tual . . . infectious laughter . . . enjoys a good time. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Cer- amics, Choral, French. PATRICIA MARGARET DARGON 48 Oak Avenue, Shelton, Connecticut Red gold tresses . . . speckles of freckles . . . congenial BARBARA MARY DEAN . . . cheery manner . . . diligent worker . . . flair for French. Far Horizons Drive, Eagtgn, Connecticut S0dalifY, Ta1'Cl5iHflS, MiSSi0HS, Highligbfif Afhlefif AS' "Deanie" . . . ready blushing redhead . . . sincere, friend- Sedation: C1l1bSI CCfamiCS, Ch0f21, Ffefmh- ly wit . . . capable scholar . . . wonderful companion . . . future psychologist. Tarcisians, Missions, Class Secretary 2, Student Council Representative, Highlightt, Basketball Varsity, Blue-White Basketballg Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, French, Latin. SHEILA ANN DEAN 323 Atlantic Street, Stamford, Connecticut Mischief-maker . . . perpetually good-natured . . . original ideas . . . timely remarks . . . always late . . . future psy- chologist. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Dra- matic, French. SALLY ANN DUNN 166 Manhattan Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Pixie hairdo . . . roguish blue eyes . . . fascinating smile . . . soft-spoken sincerity . . . carefree companion. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Cer- amics, Choral, French, Latin. SYLVIA KATHRYN DONAHOE 43 Ocean Avenue, Milford, Connecticut Long, blonde locks . . . happy am I . . . Where there's life, there's Sylvia . . . there's something about a Milford girl . . . arrived junior year . . . future woman in white. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic As- sociationg Clubs: Debating, French. CAROL ANNE EAGAN 30 judwin Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut Freckles . . . smile of surprise . . . decorative originality , . . generous in the extreme . . . concentrated effort . . . "Down you go!" Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Publicity, Higbliglatr, Copy and Make-up Editor 3, 43 The Laumlton Literary Staff, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Dramatic, French, vlfflf CAROL ANDREA EGGERS 549 Remington Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Egbert" . . . dancing eyes . . . scissors happy . . . bub- bling spirits . . . cooperation with a smile . . . ever generous. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highligbtx, Athletic As- sociationg Clubs: Art, French. ' JUDITH ANN EWANIETZ 715 Hilltop Drive, Stratford, Connecticut "Judi"- . . . tall, stately blonde . . . light blue Cadillac convertible . . . friendly and pert . . . pep plus personality . . . strong purpose. Tarcisians, Missions, Blue-White Softball, Art Club, Cer- amic Club Vice-President 3, Spanish Club Secretary 3. JOAN PATRICIA ANN ELLIS 64 Pumpkin Delight Road, Milford, Connecticut Little Miss with the big pony-tail . . . sincere , . . de- pendable . . . eflicient . . . sharer of fun . . . our Milford news bulletin. ' Tarcisians, Missions, Highligbtx, The Laumlton Business Staff, Blue-White Hockey, Clubs: Choral, Iatin, Spanish. MARGUERITE MARIE FERENCE 93 Sturges Highway, Westpon, Connecticut "Peg" . . . long, tapering fingernails . . . pleasantly re- served . . . cheerful and obliging . . . fervent sodalist . . . clothes enthusiast . . . enjoys farrn life. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic As- sociationg Clubs: Choral, Latin. BARBARA ANN FILOSA 17 Staples Street, Danbury, Connecticut Sweet, neat and petite . . . sunny disposition . . . always dependable . . . unexpected remarks . . . ceramics enthusiast . able Student Council Representative, Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Student Council Rep- resentative, Higbliglalx, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, French, Ceramics Club Secretary 3. UNA PATRICE FOLEY 168 Algonquin Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut Tall . . . waves of brunette wonder . . . those horn- rirnmed glasses . . . mature grace . . . elegance of a perfect lady . patient. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, Choral, Ceramics, French. X J V v , ' Itllfl M t . MARY ANN F ISHBEIN 31 Martin Avenue, Wallingford, Connecticut Neatness personihed . . . charm, wit and personality, all in one . . . sincerity with a capital "S" . . . conscientious student . . . capable leader . . . "Argy1es again?" Tarcisians, Missions, Class President 3, Student Council Vice-President 4, The Laumlton Literary Staff, Volley Ball Varsity, Blue-White Softball, Field Hockey, Basketball. ARLENE MARIE F RITZ 325 Homeland Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Essence of neatness . . . friendly . . . remarkably efficient . . . lover of sports . . . buoyant energy . . . harvester of success. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights Typing Staff, The Lauralton Typing Staff, Hockey and Basketball Varsi- ties, Blue-White Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Cl-ubszl Art, Choral, French, Latin. I I Y JOAN N MARIE GAROFALO . 65 Hilltop Drive, Southport, Connecticut "Jo" . . . splendid athlete . . . spirit galore . . . valuable asset . . . always on the run . . . "Oh, my chemistry!" . . . future nurse. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Rep- resentative, Highlighlx, The Lauralton Business Co-Editor, Hockey Varsity Manager 3, Co-Captain 4, Basketball Varsity, Blue and White Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Clubs: Choral, Ceramics, French. SUSAN C. GIBBONS 8 Morehouse Road, Easton, Connecticut Luminous brown eyes . . . full of fun and lively antics . . . generous roommate . . . capricious Irish temper . . . active bump of curiosity . . . "Wake up, little Suzie!" Tarcisians, Mission Re resentative, Hocke Varsi g Clubs: . P . V Art, Ceramics, Choral, Spanish. JUDITH ANNE GARTHWAIT 221 North Street, Nichols, Connecticut "Judy" . . . talkative . . . vivacious . . . witty . . . sing a song . . . home run queen. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Busi- ness, Ceramics, Dramatic, Choral, Latin, Spanish. PAULINE GERMAINE GRAVEL 1461 Main Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Unconventional Pauline . . . a threat to Einstein . . . unique personality . . . quiet humor . . . fascinating author . . . our famous "hexer." Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, French Club, Latin Club President 4. NANCY ANN GREENE 17 Sport Hill Parkway, Easton, Connecticut "Nan" . . . paraon of neatness . . . a well of common sense . . . girl of graciousness . . . loyalty to Lauralton . . . "Hep! Hep! let's go!" Tarcisians, Missions, Class Treasurer 4, Highlights, Cheer- leaders' Co-Captain, Blue-White Basketball, Baseball, Clubs: Choral, French. ANTOINETTE MARIE GROSSO 144 Powell Place, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Sugar and spice and all things nice" . . . perpetually amiable . . . keen and persistent observer . . . those mam- moth lunches . . . complete acceptance of God's ways. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Busi- ness, French. CAROL ANN GRICH 90 Wilson Avenue, Trumbull, Connecticut Sparkling brown eyes . . . hair to match . . . loyal . . . dependable . . . neat and methodical . . . our illustrious debater. Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Debating, Latin, Spanish. JOAN ELLEN HEALING Wilson Road, Easton, Connecticut Tall . . . reserved and nonchalant . . . calm and unhurried . . . independent . . . superb singing voice . . . ambitious and able. Tarcisians, Missions, Highligbtx, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Lauralettes, Latin, Spanish. MARY ETTA HIGGINS 235 Plains Road, Milford, Connecticut "Higgy" . . . cherished and treasured friend . . . good- ness of heart . . . Lauraltonite of long standing . . . excep- tional athlete . . . Varsity V.I.P. Sodality, Tarcisians,'Missions, Highlights, The Laumlton Literary Staff, Athletic Association President 4, Basketball and Field Hockey Varsities: Clubs: French, Latin. PATRICIA SYBIL HORVATH 156 Catherine Terrace, Fairfield, Connecticut V Conscientious . . . pleasant and forceful voice . . . active participant in dramatic productions . . . light laughter . . . fun-loving . . . wholesome spirit. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlighlr, Athletic Association: Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Dramatic, Spanish, Business Club Librarian. SHEILA ROSELEEN HOLLAND - 85 Russo Terrace, Bridgeport, Connecticut Cute and pert . . . spontaneous humorous quips . . '. exuberant . . . congenial . . . great strength of character . . . competent. Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Student Council Treas- urer 2, Publicity Committee, Higbligbtr, The Laumlton Lit- erary Staff, Blue-White Softball, Volleyball Varsity: Clubs: Business, Choral: Art Club Secretary 2, 3: Spanish Club President 2. BARBARA CAROL HUGHES Fairmead Road, Darien, Connecticut "Pat" . . . shiny, brown hair . . . quizzical frown . . . fun to be with . . . ready laughter . . . the letter-writer. Tarcisians, Missions, Higlaligblr, Hockey Varsity: Clubs: Ceramics, Choral. KATHLEEN TERESE HURLEY 164 Terrill Road, Stratford, Connecticut "Kathy" . . . petite and sparkling . . . bouncing and effi- cient . . . always rushing anywhere, everywhere . . . ardent Lauralton rooter . . . chief "ad" seller. Sodality, Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Higblightr, The Lauralton Business Co-Editor, Cheerleader, Choral Club, Dramatic Club Wardrobe Mistress 4. KAREN JANE JOHNSON 67 Bradley Avenue, Fairfield, Connecticut Easy-going and obliging . , . congenial . . . quiet deter- mination . . . dancing and skiing . . . Lauralton lady . . . nursing lies ahead. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Choral, GAIL ANN JOHNSON 56 Clarendon Street, Stratford, Connecticut Tall and slim . . . soft spoken . . . conscientious . . friendly . . . ever mindful and considerate of others . . . Lauralton's good-will ambassador to Sweden. Tarcisians, Missions, Volleyball Varsity, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, French. g . CATHERINE MARIE KALWEIT 213 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut "Cathy" . . . perfect posture . . . courtesy with a smile . . . dignified and poised . . . patience personined . . . never idle a moment . . . happiness in its glory. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, Ath- letic Association, Clubs: , Choral, Debating, Dramatic, French, Latin Club Secretary 4. Ceramics. SALOMEA SOPHIE KAMYKOWSKI 452 Wheeler's Farms Road, Milford, Connecticut "Sally" . . . school-spirited . . . a laugh that makes you laugh . . . since silence is golden, Sally is poor . . . "Oh, that Latin!" . . . "How do you spell this word?" Sodality, Tarcisian Representative, Mission Representa- tive, Class Treasurer 3, The Lauralton Literary Staff, Field Hockey and Basketball Varsities, Blue-White Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Blue Team Captaing Clubs: French, Latin. CATHERINE ELLEN KOLETSKY 1646 Boulevard, New Haven, Connecticut "Cathy" . . . blue eyes, blonde hair . . . considerate . . . heart of gold . . . steady flow of chatter . . . "Semper fidelis" to L. H. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, The Laumlton Business Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, French, Latin. I 'effizflaa' .4 -W , - , ,. ,.,.-w -af A-as: f as is , ,sa ,r , " Qian? A k 0,22 , 3 'ff ' ,2 , , fi.. ,,.?t,,L X Kcfats, if-' ,. .iii Nw .. ff: :fi Gr bf T. mf ,.I ,w.z,s-tzw' fam . ' gag, ,ggi I ,fog-:fgaf -V Wfmtsargis , .,...f, '. te -- f .,,, , ..,.. ,,,. 'Yhv '.' ,f ..6'-.-' 'QQJEW l V. , A- ' ,, aa'- A - ' ' if 17' r V in . ' ' "gil, 3' MARGUERITE ALICE KIERAN Lindenwoods Road, Norwalk, Connecticut Well-groomed . . . delightfully feminine . . . fun-loving and sociable . . . the happy medium . , . blue Buick . . . promising future. Sodality, Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Athletic As- sociation, Choral Club, French Club Treasurer 2. LOIS JOY KRODEL Yale Avenue, Middlebury, Connecticut Congenial smile . . . few bobby pin blues . . . not so quiet as she appears . . . loyal friend . . . Mimi's pal . . . future R. N. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic Association, Choral Club, MARY ELIZABETH LA TAIF Bridge Street, New Milford, Connecticut "Mimi" . . . enviable Curly hair . . . fun-loving . . . artistically inclined . . . Jesters' candle-lighter . . . efficient A.A.off1cer. Tarcisians, Missions, Class Vice-President 1, Art Editor of Highlights, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Ath- letic Association, Clubs: Dramatic, Treasurer Choral Club, Volleyball Varsity. JUDITH A. MCAULEY 27 Pearl Terrace, Stratford, Connecticut "Judy" . . . gentle, yet charming shyness . . . sympathetic heart . . . sedately secure . . . expression of studied calm- ness. PATRICIA AGNES LILLY 375 Rowayton Avenue, Rowayton, Connecticut "Patsy" . . . shiny blonde hair . . . warm and friendly . . . an eye for mischief . . . pleasing personality . . . a rudder, a mast and a jib . . . seven years at LH. Tarcisians, Missions, The Lauralzon Literary Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, French. CATHLEEN FRANCES MCGEE 134 Keeler Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Slim and trim . . . poised . . . matter-of-fact . . . easy mixer . . . ready laughter . . . "Oh barf!" Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, Higblighlx, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, Ceramics, Chor- al, French. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Blue-White Hockey, Clubs: Choral, Debating, Spanish. KAREN ELIZABETH MCGORTY 94 Livingston Street, New Haven, Connecticut Bangs-"to be or not to be" . . . considerate . . . foun- tain of fun . . . straight-forward . . . loyal Iauraltonite . . . active sodalist. Sodality, Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Athletic As- sociation, Clubs: Choral, Lauralettes, French. VALERIE ALICE MCMAHON 165 Santa Fe Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut Slender grace . . . keen, inquiring mind . . . sweet per- sonality . gentle graciousness . . . our clever poetess . . . budding author. Tarcisians, Missions, Class Secretary 4, Student Council Representative, Hzghlighls, Athletic Asssociation: Clubs: Ceramics, Dramatic, French. 0 EILEEN MARY MCMAHON 505 Lincoln Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut U. S. carbon copy of Eire . . . long, brown tresses . . . extremely efficient . . . willing to handle any task . . . friendly way and enthusiasm . . . vast store of knowledge. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association: Clubs: Business, Choral, Lauralettes, Spanish, The Lauralton Typ- ing Stall. EULALIA PATRICIA MADRIGUERA Orchard Hill Road, Newtown, Connecticut "Lolly" . . . "sub-tel" humor . . . enjoys the unusual . . . polished poise . . . talented pen . . . pleasing voice. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic As- sociationg Clubs: Ceramics, Choral Club President 2, Vice President 3: Spanish Club President 3. MARY ANN MAINIERO 1135 Pembroke Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut A friendly smile . . . nice disposition . . . made for fun and vitality . . . assists d'l " ' dog" . . . Lauralton's lark. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Ceramics, Spanish. rea iy . . . Love me, love my MARCIA LYNN E MARCHESE 44 Chestnut Hill Road, Trumbull, Connecticut Dark, expressive eyes . . . witty way with words . . disarming sincerity . friendly . . born l d .. . eaer...con- stant choice of the class. Tarcisians, Missions, Class President 1, 2, 4g Highlight: News Editor, Basketball Varsity Manager, Blue-White Soft- ball ancl Basketballg Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Dramatic, French. MAUREEN ANN MAYNE Downing Drive-West Hills, Knoxville, Tennessee Short stature and hair debonair a ear ' ...pp squiet- but look again! . . . mischievous . . . enjoys life . . . JUDITH ANN MARCHETTI Tennessee's gain, Connecticut's loss. 130 Gem Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Tarcisians, Missions, Highlightr, Athletic Associationg "Judy" U I . Sunny countenance , D A radiant U-asses b Q . Clubs: Choral, Ceramics, Art, Dramatic, French, Latin. immune to worry . . . serious friend . . . white cap future, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Cer- amics, French. JOAN KATHERINE MEUSER 44 Baker Street, Devon, Connecticut Always neat . . . amiable , . . never a harsh word . . quiet charm . . . a lady to het fingertips . . . Miss Sim- plicity. Tarcisians, Missions, Class Secretary 5, Highlights, Ath- CAROL ANN MICHUDA 649 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut letic Association, Spanish Club, Business Club President 4. Hggey blonde hair , , , sparkling blue eyes . . . ever MARIANNE ROSE MINUTOLE 230 Glenwood Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Min" . . . classic beauty . . . fun to be with . . . cheery . . . lovely voice . . . Lauraltonite of long standing. ready smile . . . chemistry survivor . . . conservative and concise . . . winning way. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, French Club. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Hockey Varsity, Blue- White Hockey, Basketball, Clubs: Choral, Latin, Spanish. JANET PATRICIA MONACO 37 Far Horizons Drive, Easton, Connecticut 1 Natural curls . . . dancing eyes . . . "What can I do?" . . . quick to laugh . . . vitality unlimited . . . mischievous. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, French Club. MARY ANN MORANIEC 976 North Street, Milford, Connecticut Poised . . . reliable . . . versatile . . . competent High- light: editor . . . "What's new?" . , . sure to succeed. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Highliglatx Editor 4, The bzunzlton Literary Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Cer- amics, Choral, Dramatic, French. PAULA JEAN MU LRONEY 200 River Valley Road, Stratford, Connecticut Attractive hairdo . . . invincible stare . . . htm convic- tions . . . bubbling gaiety . . . knit one, purl two . . . "Yeah?" Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs' Ceramics, Choral,,Debating, Latin, Spanish. EUN ICE GAIL MORGANROTH 155 Eaton Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Cute little strawberry blonde . . . deep sea-blue eyes . . . witty . . . livens a party . . . hockey for LH .... future nurse. Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Higblightr, Hockey Varsity, Clubs: Ceramics, Spanish, Choral Club Treasurer 5. PATRICIA ANN MU LVIHILL 493 Anson Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Natural blonde curls . . . blue-green eyes . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . quiet-at first! . . . gales of giggles . . . would like more time for tennis. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Spanish Club Vice-President 2, Business Club Secretary 4. JOYCE ANN NELSON 81 Horace Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Clear brown eyes . . . distinctively tall . . . quiet, yet forceful . . . loyal . . . partial to sports . . . an active sodalist. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, The Laurulton Business Staff, Athletic Association, Blue-White Hockey and Basket- ball, Clubs: Ceramics, French. MAUREEN PATRICIA O'DONNEI.L 135 Placid Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut Shiny dark hair . . . jet-propelled . . . helpful . . . quick steps . . . personality plus . . . "I'm chilly." Soclality, Tarcisians, Mission Representative, The Laurel- ton Typing Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, Choral, Dramatic, Spanish Club President 3. PATRICIA ANNE NUCERA 61 Woodland Road, Fairfield, Connecticut Congenial manner . . . interested listener . . . reliable and trustworthy . . . calm and unhurried . . . fun-loving . . . "Roller Derby." Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Choral, Dramatic, French. ANN MARIE O'NEILL 186 West Liberty Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Dust of freckles . . . petite senior . . . soft-spoken . . . quiet but friendly . . . able hockey player . . . our perfect Prefect. Sodality Prefect 4, Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Hockey Varsity, Spanish Club. BARBARANN PANISH 96 Clover Street, Stratford, Connecticut Page-boy . . . ambitious . . . abundant flashes of wit . . . a welcome newcomer . . . excellent debater . . . all the world is her stage. Tarcisians, Missions, The Laurallon Literary Staff, Athletic Association, Dramatic Club, Debating Club President 4. VALERIE TERESA PIPA "Val" . . . friendly brown eyes . . . winning smile . . cheerful disposition . . . dependable . . . capable athlete. Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Ceramics, French. SHIRLEY ANN PATCHEN Alvine Drive-Silvermine, Norwalk, Connecticut Warm smile . . . sunny disposition . . . happy-go-lucky . . . hails from Norwalk . . . accomplished accordionist . . . completes the train crowd. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, Ceramics, Choral, French. BEVERLY GAIL PUCCIO 75 Calhoun Avenue, Trumbull, Connecticut Sunny disposition behind a cheery smile . . . expressive eyes . . . red hair . . . petite femme . . . conscientious student . . . favors sports. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Choral Club, French Club Secretary 2. MARY LU RICCIO 299 Spring Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Characterized by page boy . . . logically level-headed . . . riotous conversationalist . . . flair for fun . . . valued friend . . . success assured. GEORGEANN MARY ROTTLER Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Cer- 155 Holmes Street, Stratford, Connecticut amlcs- Spamsh' Curly-headed kid in the class of '58 . . . expression of studied calmness . . . conscientious . . . seen but not heard ifri member of the Volunteer Committee Department of Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Cer- amics, Choral, Spanish Club Secretary 3. KATHRYN MARIE RYAN 43 South Pine Creek Court, Fairfield, Connecticut Chestnut brown hair . . . subtle smile . . . quietly con- scientious . . . keen sense of humor , . . expert on Heyward Broun . . . lunior magician CAROL JANE SAKSA ' 73 Beecher Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Sparkling blue eyes l Q . golden locks 1 . . ready, Willing Dramatic' French, Latm' and able . . . congenial . . .enticing soprano . . . ceramics- minded. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, The Laumlton Business Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Choral, French, Lautal- ettes. 38 Jo ANN SALAMON 49,5 High Street, Milford, Connecticut Blush of spring . . . girl with the laughing eyes . . . enjoys life in a quiet way . . . friendly . . . sweet charmer . . . Miss Mischief Incognito. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, Higblighir, Athletic Association, Ceramics Club. LINDA ANN SCALA 180 Frenchtown Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Hi-Ho!" . . . irrepressible giggles . . . "Can you get the car, Lin?" . . . artistically inclined . . . pleasant com- panion . . . continental roamer. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, The Lauralton Art Staff, Athletic Association, Clubs: Art, Choral, French. MARGARET MARY SASSO 75 Sims Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Peg" . . . radiant and vivacious . . . sincere and stead- fast , . . high ideals . . . mischievous twinkle . . . promis- ing future. Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, The Lauralton Business Staff, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Art, Choral, Spanish. ELIZABETH ANN SCANLON North Sylvan Road, Westport, Connecticut Refreshingly feminine . . . lasting friend . . . willing worker . . . spreader of good cheer . . . perfect hostess . . . delightful soprano. Sodality Second Assistant, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, French Club, Choral Club President 4. JACQUELINE SUSAN SCHWAB 127 Collingswood Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "jackie" . . . attractively slight . . . silky brown hair . . cute combination of gaiety, vitality, and personality . . . snappy cheerleader . . . avid D.artmouth fan. Tarcisians, Missions, Class Treasurer 1, Highlight! Cheerleaders' Co Captain B1 - , ue-White Hockey, Basketballl Softballg Clubs: Art, Choral, Ceramics, French. MARY JANE SHAFFER 47 Snug Harbor Road, Milford, Connecticut Attractive dresser . . . takes life quietly . . . frank and sincere . . . individualist . . . determined . . . Notre Dame fan. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Busi- ness, Spanish. JUDITH ANN SEDLOCK 564 Frenchtown Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut Judy . . , long blonde tresses . . . pleasing personality . . . carefree and agreeable l ' . . . oves to swim . . . career in teaching. Tarcisian Representative, Mission Representative, Student Council Representative, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Cer- amics, French. FRANCES ELAINE SIWINSKI 139 Osborne Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Fra " ' n . . . unmindful of self mirthful l l . . . aughter . . . a ways natural . winning warmth b ' . . . . . right future. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Library Club. ALLISHA SKELLY 125 Livingston Place, Bridgeport, Connecticut Shy, but sure . . . poised and graceful . . . good-natured . . . optimistic . . . understanding and loyal . . . Bridgeport commuter. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Spanish Club. MARY ANN SOMOK 23 Brewster Place, Trumbull, Connecticut "Smokey" . . . dancing, dark eyes . . . "Where's Deanie?" . . . enthusiastic . . . sparkling humor . . . willing, able helper. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Cer- amics, Latin, Spanish. IRENE ELIZABETH SLADER 87 Astoria Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Binky" . . . silky titian tresses . . . nonchalant, yet as- sertive . . . sentimental as violets . . . social room dweller . . . future girl4Friday. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Latin, Spanish. SUSAN MARY SPANG 58 Templeton Street, West Haven, Connecticut A petite and perfect lady . . . cold hands but a melting heart . . . epitome of tasteful simplicity in dress . . . de- lightful singing voice . . . "Going my way?" . . . her red car her trademark. Sodality, Tarcisian Representative, Highlights, Athletic Association, Clubs: Choral, Lauralettes. .Qfww 'MC' ffdggf -ffilfid alykzf 'Haw -aeffns. ,600 KATHLEEN SPENCER 330 Allyndale Drive, Stratford, Connecticut "Totsie,' . . . flaming red tresses . . . humor crisp and bright . . . ever smiling . . . chirping chatter . . . secretly serene. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. CAROLYN ANN SULLIVAN 20 Merritt Street Bridgeport Connecticut 9 , , Such blonde hair . . . dignity, her trademark . . . just seems reticent . . . vocal velvet .fx . superb carriage . . . mild-mannered. ,- Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. SUSANNE ELIZABETH STUBBS 160 Brookview Avenue, Fairfield, Connecticut l "Sue" . . . tall and stately . . . sincere friend . . . whim- sical humor . . . dependable worker . . . our illustrious scientist. . . . . . . . Ld It Sodality, Tarcisians, Missions, Hzghlzgbts, The urn on Art Staff, Athletic Association, Art Club, Choral Club Sec- retary 2, 4, French Club Treasurer 3. CATHERINE DEBORAH TARINELLI 5430 Main Street, Trumbull, Connecticut "C h " . . . short, clark brown coilfure . . . loves horse- at y back riding . . . sweet and sincere . . . likes red Chryslers . . . mature. Tarcisians, Mission Representative, The Laumlton Typing Stan' Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Span- ish, Eusiness Club Vice-President 4. i AQ:-aw , 0-C00 aw-aiu anal ww gskdo ?l WWW MARY KATHRYN TEAL Rt. No. l, Box 417, East Catawba Road, Port Clinton, Ohio Those red plaid glasses . . . always in a hurry . . . ready, willing and able . . . unlimited vocabulary . . . capable leader . . .warning slip? Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Class Secretary 1, Student Council Secretary 3, President 43 Highlights News Editor, The Laumlton Literary Stall, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Art, Choral, Dramatic Club Secretary 2, French Club Secretary 2. PATRICIA ANN TESTANI 53 Gtifhn Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Pat" . . . shiny black waves . . . unassuming grace and capability . . . genuine friendliness . . . quiet accomplish- ment . . . sure to leave her mark in the business world. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, Highlights, Athletic Association, French Club. BARBARA ANN TELATOVICH Success Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Barb" , . . light brown rippling waves . . . bright sense of humor . . . delightfully feminine . . . steadfast convic- tions . . . future R.N, Tarcisians, Missions, Blue-White Softball, Basketball, Clubs: Ceramics, French. JOSEPHINE RENA TESTO 207 Catherine Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Rena" . . . point-blank honesty . . . animated conver- sationalist . . . comical comeback . . . endearingly dilferent . . . mischievous yet sincere: Tarcisians, Missions, Class Vice-President 4, Athletic As- sociationg Clubs: Latin, Spanish. - JANET ELIZABETH THIEL 695 Chickadee Lane, Stratford, Connecticut "Tink" . . . petitely proportioned . . . giantly generous . . . sincere and smiling . . . lirm objectives . . .our "iddy biddy buddy." Tarcisian Representative, Mission Representative, Student Council Representative, Publicity Chairman, Blue-White Basketball, Field Hockey and Baseball Varsitiesg Clubs: Art, Ceramics, Dramatic, French. KATHERINE LOUISE TORONTO 45 Hollywood Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut "Kathy" . . . merry brown eyes . . . sincere and generous . . . enjoys visiting army training centers . . . derives het own music from the piano . . . at Lauralton 8 years. Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative, Field Hockey Varsity Manager, Blue-White Field Hockey, Basketball, Clubs: Choral, Art, Spanish. MARILEE BERNADETTE TIMOTHY 178 Nichols Street, Fairfield, Connecticut Cute little grin . . . sweet-natured . . . unobtrusive but dependable . . . amiable chatter . . . merry as music . . . parish sodalist. Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Highlights, Athletic Association, Clubs: Ceramics, Latin, Spanish. NANCY ANN TRIVERS 2680 Old Town Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut Irrepressible giggles . . . contagious cheerfulness . . . steady flow of chatter . . . free as a breeze . . . always natural . . . college halls in sight. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Spanish Club. ELIZABETH ANNE TURCO 1059 Merritt Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Betty Anne" . . . winning smile . . . laughing eyes . . . active imagination . . . Spanish-minded . . . competent Junior Class officer. Sodality, Tarcisian Representative, Missions, Class Vice- President 3, Student Council Representative, Higbligbtr, The Lauralion Business Staff, Athletic Associationg Clubs: Choral, Debating, Spanish Club President 4, Vice-President 5, Treasurer 2. MARGARET MARY VAUGH 29 Maybrook Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut Peg of our Hearts . . . quiet and carefree . . . considerate . . . loyal . . . ever ready for fun . . . innate charm. Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Clubs: Cer- amics, Spanish. , r it e i ' i f . -,., , ,.,,. , .,..r H 5 .sz gilsfigg rgi wfges -- T ii Y "T V iii ifffiii -' . . -. ,.f":li95Z?i."-51 57!4sf'iii' ' n fs? ' -w1s+.f.1feyMwfsfe: z -:fp '-' . .,.misH:fw . as,r'-I - Lerugsrgidtve .- Ji' -4? ' ' 'ff ig fi? s Y 1 if Q K sa N 2 ,fafssl ajax , t i M, sd, 5 a is Q is Sdigfi jxgr- I f 'W tif- .. A ' 1 1 r CAROL JANE UGOLIK 157 Kent Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Expressive Dresden eyes . . . incomparable mimic . . . source of hfilarious quips . . . ability to carry responsibility . . . mature graciousness . . . our favorite yearbook editor. Sodality, Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Student Council Publicity Committee, The Iaunzllon Editor-in-Chief, Volleyball Varsity, Clubs: Ceramics, Choral, Spanish Club Vice-President 2, Secretary 4. DOLORES T. VETRANO 76 Wilcox Street, Bristol, Connecticut "Dee" . . . candid . . . loyal friend . . . famous hook shot , . . Sue's "girlfriend" . . . "But why?" Tarcisians, Missions, Hockey and Basketball Varsities, Blue-White Hockey and Basketball, Ceramics Club, Spanish Club Secretary 2, Vice-President 3. JOANNA ELIZABETH VINCENT 44 Ralston Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut "Susie" . . . good-naturecl . . . fun to be with . . wholesome, earnest and frank . . . athletic . . . prospective Florence Nightingale. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlights, Blue-White Field Hoc- key, Basketball, French Club. PATRICIA ANN WILMOT 229 Pinewood Trail, Trumbull, Connecticut Versatility plus . . . easy to like . . . loyal to South Dakota . . . life of the party . . . letters in typing class. Sodality, Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Volleyball Varsity, Clubs: Choral, Latin, French. MARY CAROL VIONI 38 Thorme Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Honey blonde hair . . . analytical mind . . . confident . . . a whiz at math . . . agile in sports . . . our aqua queen. Tarcisians, Missions, Highlightr Business Manager, The Lauralton Literary Staff, Athletic Associationg Clubs: French, Latin, Vice-President Choral Club 1. JANE ELLEN ZIEGLER 42 Sheridan Street, Danbury, Connecticut Dark blonde hair . . . snappy brown eyes . . . quiet capability . . . genuine kindness . . . high principles re- flect strength of character . . . sweet soprano voice . . . conscientious student. Tarcisians, Mission Representative, Student Council Rep- resentative, Highlighlr, The Laumlton Literary Staff, Hockey Varsity Co-Captain, Basketball Varsity, Blue-White Basket- ball and Field Hockey, White Team Captain, Clubs: Choral, Dramatic, French. up sysa- M..rl" w ' BY X , ,nw X . N r A L, ' nm. N' QM' s ' 5 sf -a.X'f'w S. ,1 X .ue X , ,r. dv. 1 ,ss ' E' V, X X ' 'Kr'sU'M x K gum Qlklxx if-I ra D 5. 2. Cu Q M UHUHMHEEWEH "They are animated by fervent opzfirnism which marches coura- geously forward, especially when foanded on divine grace and on the assistance of God ." Pope Pius XII CLASS OF l 959 OFFICERS Barbara Kennedy, President, Sharon Thaler, Vice-Presidentg Sister Peter Marie, Adviser, Elena Lawton, Secretaryg Don- na Toczko, Treasurer. CLASS OF 'I 960 oFF1CERS Teri Wilkinson, Secretary, Sis- ter M. Natalie, Adviser, Celine Malisek, Presidentg Marie Pic- colo, Treasurerg Marguerite Ryan, Vice-President. CLASS OF 'I 961 oFF1oERS Judy Siekierski, Vice-Presi- dent, Sister Clare Marie, Ad- viserg joan Lukas, Secretary, Gale Dolney, Treasurerg Mar- cia Fodor, President. UNIOR CLASS "Which hath the rnerriest eye?" Standing: Kathy Scott, Vir- ginia Noia, Carol Sullivan, Judy Pinto, Dianna Plucinski. Seated: Dottie Murray, Mar- leen Matyzewski, Josephine Tucci, Diane Szabo, Adele Zelich. Fireside chat? Back Row: Roberta Gallagher, Carole Freeman, Mary Lou Mandanici, Maureen Lynch. Front Row: Sandra Hegyi, Carol Lombardi, Helen Kisiel, Gail Gallagher, Maureen Glea- son. "Wherefore art thou, Ro- rneo?" Back Row: Marguerite Duni- gan, Sally Duggan, Betty Ann Abbott, Frances DeLuca, Mari- anne Dolan. Front Rowz Cathy Callahan, Barbara Candelora, Sheila Cal- lahan, Mary Susan Carroll, Ginny Bonney. "Porch and portal crowned with calm leaves . . ." Back Row: Barbara Cagginel- lo, Marcia Gruce, Amy Dudek, Barbara Kennedy, Rosann Ca- cace, Lorraine Jarusinsky. Front Row: Judy Homorsky, Geraldine Foucault, Cathy Downey, Kathy DeMar. UNIOR cLAss "How glad that I live am I . . ." Back Row: Pat Maher, Pat Muratori, Barbara Lee, The- resa Krupski, Elena Lawton, Maureen O'Brien, Karen Klein- hagen, Beth Lomazzo. Front Row: Judy Martin, Ronnie Loughlin. Among her stately pillars high . . . Peggy O'Neill, Maureen Rear- don, Joyce Santorelli, Martha Sullivan, Ioan Saloomey, Mary Anne Tynan, Elizabeth Schae- fer, Donna Toczko, Sheila Reidy. UNIOR CLASS Informally yours . . . Back Row: Ginny Lane, Mary Ellen Healy, Connie Koons. Front Row: Barbara Naylor, Kathy Loftus, Denise Hutchi- son, Mary jane Gotsch, Pat Lavery, Dale Garrison. "Don't fence me in!" Barbara Smith, Marion Ono rato, Sharon Wasilewski, Sha- ron Thaler, Lorraine Pell, El- len Tristine, Maureen Trent, Barbara Neary, Agnes Scan- lon, Virginia Stroh. "Sittin' Pretty." Third Row: Barbara Bako, Maribeth Curtis, Barbara Brady. Second Row: Dawn Davidson, Cathy Duignan, Gail DeMar- co, Adele Bevvino. First Row: Kathy Connelly, Marlene Bonitatibus, Mary jean Buckley. "Scenery is fine -- but human nature is finer." Back Row: Pat Yablonicky, Mary Lou Tarasovic, Jeannette Soares. Second Row: Sandra Sparling, Judy Salmini, Pat Sebastian. Front Row: Theresa Teodosio, Mary Ann Salce, Mary Ann Yoney. "Best foot forward." Gay Ryan, Betsy Hayes, Rosemary Green, Betty Pagliaro, Ellen Haas, Frances Lukas, Mary-Bridget Lenihan, Shirley Rauson. UNIOR cLAss "A little time for laughing . . ." Back Row: Ellen Dunleavey, Sue Early, Bonnie Carbone, Ann De- Roy, Lori Gardner. Front Row: Marguerite Feder- owicz, Sandra Gadus, Par Gaffney, Martha Brown. OPHOMORE CLASS "The days of our youth are the days of our glory." Kneeling: Barbara Sedlock, Beverly Tanner, Mary Traut- man, Patricia Rapp. Standing: Patricia Wedemeyer, Sandra Maris, Irene Schwartz, Gail Sullivan, Marguerite Ryan, Carol Skawronski, Su- san Mullen. . . . but not to these sopho rnores! Front Row: Louise Garofalo, Marie Lupoli, Yolando Del- gado, Barbara Mallozzi, Eileen Cormier, Elizabeth Morgan, Beverly Mackin. Back Row: Linda Peck, Linda Sutton, Patrica Duck, 'Maureen Doran, Barbara Carroll, Ger- aldine Gamble. Sitting in the "checkered shade." Seated: Rosa DeLauro, Carol Mastry, Carleen Gunther, Pat- ricia Kalapir, Christine De- liee, Karen Edwards. Standing: Concetta Lupariello, Eleanor Collimore, Katherine Coviello, Margaret Assenza, Ann Cassidy. OPHOMORE CLASS Fountain of youth? Frances Tynan, Linda Polve- rari, Marilyn Palinkas, Kath- leen Turner, Maureen O'Hara, Susan Nowicki, Frances Teo- dosia, Barbara Wardell, Mary Grace Nucera, Gail Molloy, jane Novey. "The Naughty Ladies of Shady Lane." First Row: Ellen Croft, Sue Dolan, Lorna Bosses, Margaret Healy, Alyce Harkin. Second Row: Pat Cullen, Ellen Flynn, Lorraine Knablein, Sue Donahue, Barbara Birney, Sue Casey, Carolyn Dzurka, Geor- gia Dzvileski. "There's fun in everything we meet." Front Row: Pat Scherer, Cecil Pudvah, Wendy Ross, Pat Vender, Mayella Treadwell, Millicent Meunier. Second Row: Joyce Wishan, Carolyn Nicotia, Gerry Sut- ton, Joanne Minutole, Sharon Toothill. OPHOMORE cLAss "Sweet is the scene where genial friendship plays." First Row: Carol Shannon, Maureen Moriarty, Martha Pistey, Andrea Sanraniello, Mary Sullivan, Elise Soder- berg. Second Row: Teri Wilkinson, Marie Piccolo, Agnes Semple. Third Row: Kathleen O'Sulli- van, Barbara Vincent, Kathy O'Brien. Puppy Love Sitting: Mary Lou Dinan, Bonnie Dubinsky, Klara Kro- nenberger, Kathy Kiasky, Mary Mihaley. Kneeling: Judy McKeon, Leila Boyle, Deborah McKay, Joyce Calovine. Standing: Mary Ann Audisio, Gail Mario, Celine Malisek, Dolores Hvizdo. RESHMAN CLASS "Standing with reluctant feet . . ." are Diane Brown, Barbara Buck- man, Carol Czaplinski, Pat- ricia Altieri, Carol Coviello, Lugene Eriquezzo, Barbara Gaetano, Patti Daly, Gale Dol- ney, Virginia Fagen. "The laughing leaves of the trees divide" revealing: jean Koczak, Gretchen Lane, Linda Hebert, Margaret Ruth Hayes, Norma Harkins, Jane Kennedy, jane Irving, Mona Kamykowski, Rosemary Ianni- ello. T .. - l Gladness in every face ex- pressed." W joy Williams, Laura Martin, Patricia Leone, Renee Melillo, Elizabeth Spodnick, Margaret Smith, Patricia Murphy, Kath- leen McCoy, Kathleen McEl- roy. RESHMAN CLASS "A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance." Seated: Mary Weldon, Louise Sciubba, Diane Trautman, Anne Skidd. Standing: Barbara Ulizio, An- gela Rubino, Trudy Thaler, Judy Siekierski, Mary Whelan. "lt's good to lengthen to the last a sunny mood." Patricia Aurilio, Joan Grot- tole, Shirley Horvath, Kath- leen Connolly, Maureen Cald- well, Elizabeth Daca, Joan Barry, Sally Gallian, Maureen Craig. Birdwatchers? ?? Diane McFadden, Joanne Puc- cio, Blossom Morris, Joan Lukas, Susan Lomazzo, Susan Mihaley, Marcia King, Mar- garet Kundolf. il 1 RESHMAN cLAss "Here, where the world is quiet . . Virginia Quinn, Margaret O'Nei1, Eileen Starbranch, Su- san Saleski, Heather Scott, Eleanor Russo, Judith Webb, Cheryl Uccellini, Kathleen Neary. By the birches "bent to left and right." Joyce Callahan, Barbara Dwyer, Barbara Blohm, Jean Audisio, Michele Davian, Joyce Corriveau, Susan Burk, Bar- bara Cipcer, Katherine Flynn. "They also serve who only" sit and smile. Seated: Mary Cecelia Malum- phy, Geraldine Menn, Kath- erine Lally, Winifred Mc- Laughlin, Theresa Kinsella, Patricia McCreery. Standing: Marcia Fodor, Mi- chele Mark, Ermine I.eDonne. RESHMAN CLASS No Trespassing! Marilyn Scalesse, Judith Vi- tello, Elizabeth Roche, Leslie Roy, Donna Prentice, Eliza- beth Peclet, Marcia Tarasovic, Phyllis Yranski, Esther Samos- ka, Sharonlee Pender. Youthful steps on aged stairs. Front Row: Vinnie Lee Man- giaracina, Nancy Naylor, Vir- ginia Juliano, Judith LeMay, Suzanne McEnerr1ey. Back Row: Alice McGee, Kay Matson, Mary Niedermeier, Judith Kohanski. They'd be "merry" if it would "go-round! " Front Row: Marjorie Cough- lin, Elizabeth Faccuito, Mar- garet Downey, Anne Denning. Back Row: Dolette Boreiko, Maureen Donavan, Concetta Barbiero, Joyce Hampson. Ellllllllll HUUW lllllll At noon each day during Catholic Youth Week, October 28-31, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass was celebrated in our chapel by our chaplain, Father Sherer. Father Maynard and Father Killeen were available for confessionsg and the new regulation concerning the Eucharistic fast made it possible for us to receive Holy Communion daily. 60 am 7 3: X W.. 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Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who wish to join the Sodality enter a probationary period during which they are obliged to learn the rules of the Sodality and study the "way of life'l they plan to take on. This "way of lifel' is the Sodalist's first step to her future life with "jesus through Mary." From the moment of their admission to proba- tion, the aspirants share in the privileges, indulgences, and other spiritual graces granted to Sodalists. Various projects for the year included: spreading devotion to the family rosary, keeping "Christ in Christmas," presenting an assembly commemorating the "Church in Silence" and sponsoring a Catholic literature drive, The annual May crowning climaxed the year's activities. ., if SODALITY OFFICERS Loretta Bielen, Second Assistantg Ann O'Neil, Prefectg and Liz .dun Scanlon, First Assistant, prepare the next meeting with Sister Maria Magdalen. Sister Maria Magdalen presides over a weekly meeting of the Senior Sodality. Carol Saksa CChairman of the Marian Committeej, Margee Curley CChairman of the Eucharistic Committeey, and Peggy Sasso QChairman of the Publicity Committeej discuss future projects. Margee Curley, Loretta Bielen, Pat Dargon, Sue Stubbs, Liz Ann Scanlon, Sister Maria Magdalen, Ann O'Neil, Father Sherer, Carol Sullivan, Virginia Lane, and Carol Freeman enjoy a panel dis- cussion at a joint meeting of the junior and Senior Sodalities. TARCISIAN REPRESENTATIVES Standing Barbara Filosa, Louise Schubba, Eileen Cor- mier Helen Kiesel, Leila Sue Casey, Jane Irving, Joan Meuser Beverly Tanner. Kneeling Lorraine jarusinsky, Dale Garrison, Mar- garet O Neill Gay Ryan, Vennie Mangiaracina, Joan Ellis Marilee Timothy, TARCISIANS Every girl at Lauralton is a member of the League of the Tarcisians. We, as apostles of the Social Reign of the Sacred Heart, strive to bring our school and homes closer to the Heart of Jesus by becoming closer to Him ourselves. Each -day as a part of our morning prayers, we renew our consecration to His Sacred Heart and invoke His aid through aspirations at the beginning of each class. To further extend this devotion, at the beginning of each year all classes enthrone the Sacred Heart in the chapel and in each home room. Each class spends half an hour of adoration before the Blessed Sacrament once a month. These customs, as well as the monthly renewal of the Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart, show that we Lauralton girls are proud to be members of an organization which is so pleasing to His Sacred Heart. We offer Thee our prayer . . . our work . . . our play . . - Tarcisian Hymn 63 MISSIONS Lauralton's Mission Organization is actively aware of the needs of the Missions and it takes definite steps to alleviate these needs. By contributing monthly dues, every Laural- ton girl is able to provide her bit for the missions. Mission Day is always the organiza- tion's biggest and most profitable project of the year. This year, for the first time, we were able to include in our endeavors our own Mercy Mission, recently established at Pinehurst, North Carolina. Under Sister Elvira's able direction, cancelled stamps are saved, clothing is collected and packed, and financial aid is allocated through the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. This society sends an enthusiastic expression of gratitude: "How shall I begin! If I should try to tell you how grateful I am, this page would be filled with 'Thank you.' " From a missionary in Japan, we learn: "Everyone was so happy, and I always ask them to pray for you and our many friends in the United States who are missionaries in keeping us alivef' A priest from a Negro mission in Georgia writes, "God is pleased for clothing His little ones and supporting His missions. Your thoughtful contribution is a great help to us, for without your help we could do nothing." We could not resist this gentle appeal from a Maryknoll sister: "Our new school under construction in Guatemala is a tremendous undertaking and we need your prayers that God will grant us the grace to plan it wisely, and that somehow the money will be supplied to meet our great financial needs." These are but a few of the many gratifying messages received in acknowledgment of help from the Missions. Together with prayers and sacrifice we are able to serve God through His children, our less fortunate brothers and sisters. MISSION REPRESENTATIVES Geraldine Foucault, Theresa Teodosio, Mona Kamykowski, Gail DeMarco, Barbara Blohm, Andrea Santiello, Sister Elvira, Pat Aurilio, Sue Gibbons, Sue Mullen, Phyllis Yranski, Jane Ziegler, Mar- gee Curley. STUDENT COUNCIL Every Monday, in a closed meeting of Lauralton Hall's Student Council, a small group of the Council's Officers and Representatives meet and make the ideas of the stu- dents official. "May we have a pencil sharpener?" asks one homeroom. Another suggests that the Council try sponsoring some new clubs at school. The group discusses every question that comes up, and upon reaching a decision with the principal, makes it known to the school through weekly reports. So works the Student Government Association behind the scenes, Celebrating its fifth birthday this year, Student Government can look back on five years of achievement, which have earned for it the distinction of becoming one of Lauralton's most important organizations. The Student Council, which consists of four officers and a representative from each homeroom, acts as a mouthpiece for the individual student. Representatives especially, who receive most of the students' requests, must be on their toes for any animadversion. They are faced with such statements as "The soap in the dispenser in the lavies is too weakn and "Why can't the Student Council give us a longer vacation?" Open meetings of the Council are held every month, where each girl has the oppor- tunity of seeing her government in action. Any member of the student body is free at these meetings to offer constructive criticism or solutions for whatever problems may exist in the school. The final open meeting of the year is traditionally devoted to the inauguration of the Student Council Officers for the following year. Activities of the Student Council include the enforcement of the rules found in the Handbook, an annual dance, "Cupid's Capers," and an active publicity committee for all school affairs. Here at Lauralton we can say that the Student Government is truly a government of the students, by the students, and, most especially, for the students. STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING Seated: Marianne Dolan, Loretta Bielen, Adele Bevvino, Miss Brynnen, Adviser, Boni Carbone, Joann Salamon, Kay To- ronto. Standing: Jane Novey, Maureen Rear- don, Cathy McGee, Sister M. Bartholo- mew, Moderator, Mary Ann Fishbein, Vice-President, Mary Kay Teal, Presi- dent, Louise Garofalo, Treasurer, Dottie Murray, Secretary, Barbara Sedlock, Mary Ann Audisio, Sue Dolan. OFFICERS Miss Mary Ann Brynnen, Adviser, Sis- ter Mary Bartholomew, Principal, Mary Kay Teal, President, Mary Ann Fish- bein, Vice-President, Dorothy Murray, Secretary, Louise Garofalo, Treasurer. THE LIBRARY "Seat of Wisdom, all these rows and rows of books share the Truth with thee" is the aspiration and the inspiration of the Library Club of Lauralton. Under the guidance of Mary, Our Lady of Letters, the club publishes The Reading Lamp, a special newspaper which helps to keep the faculty and the students informed of the various library activi- ties. Included in this paper are informative reviews and the list of newly-acquired books. The library is a gold-mine when we have "digging" to do. It is here one finds seniors earnestly poring through scientific periodicals for "chem cards,', or gathering material for oral reports in English, here the-juniors do research for biology projects. The sophomores investigate the life and times of Julius Caesar, and the freshmen discover interesting facts in World History. But research for assignments is not the only reason that students frequent the library, for the "rows and rows of books" also offer material for relaxation and enjoyment. LIBRARY OFFICERS AT WORK: Maureen O'Brien, Vice-President, previews a new filmstripg Kathryn Coviello, Treasurer, types catalog cardg Judy Pinto, President, verifies informationg Rosa DeLauro, Secretary, puts Lauralton Library imprint on new books, Patricia Rapp, Historian, processes books just back from the bindery. The book we have been waiting for!" ' Eileen Bruzas at the deskg Peggy O'Neill and Sharon Thaler charge out books. Judy Pinto, Joanne Tucci, Roberta Gallagher file records Beverly Tanner, Pat McCreery, and Pat Muratori find the answer in the reference books. THE LIBRARY jean Audisio, Marcia Fodor, Kathy Lally and Pat McCreery browse in the fic- tion library. A studious group - Barbara Blohm, Mona Kamy- kowski, Susan Burk. The Catholic Book Week Committee - Jean Audisio, Pat Muratori, Kathy Lally, Roberta Gal- lagher, Pat Rapp - examine the newly-arrived book lists. HIGHLIGHTS The staffs of Highlights, the official news publication of Lauralton Hall, by main- taining journalistic standards, aim to uphold Christian principles through their editorials, news coverage, and features. Their efforts to attain perfection have once again gained an All-Catholic award, annually given to best Catholic school papers by the National Catholic Press Association. Higbliglm, through the combined efforts of the news, feature, sports, copy and makeup, art, circulation and exchange, typing, picture and advertising staffs, is published four times yearly. Each year staff appointments are eagerly sought by seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen. The appointments are made each fall after the previous spring's applicants are considered on the basis of interest, ability, and responsibility. Covering everything from spiritual counsel to the latest records, from club news to "Corn Patch," the paper is a source of enjoyment and interest to all its readers. Roberta Gallagher, Feature Co-Editor, Mary Ann Tynan, Sports Editor, Marcia Marchese, News Co-Editorg Cathy Downey, News Co-Editor, Lolly Mrs. Dorothy L. Starrett, Faculty Adviserg Mary Madflguefa- FeafufffC0-Ed1f0f- Ann Moraniec, Editor-in-Chief, Maureen Reardon, Associate Editor. Margee Curley, Picture Editor and Staff Photographer, Carol Eagan, Copy Barbara Filosa, Typing Editor, Joan Ellis, Adver- and Makeup Editor, Mimi LaTaif, Art Editor. tising Manager, Mariette Colla, Circulation and Exchange Editor. THE LAURALTON Deadlines and worries are all behind us as proudly we offer you the finished product, The LAURALTON '58, a Captions, write-ups and re-writes were the problem children the Literary Staff had to cope with before the copy became sufficiently manageable for publication. The Busi- ness Staff Csee page 1025, as they tuck away the extra ad blanks and straighten out the accounts, remember the many persuasive tactics they had to employ to collect ads and sell yearbooks. Cover design, layouts, dividers and color - all are now realities to the Art Staff. The Typing Staff, who clicked off the copy which finally made the grade, still groan when they recall the often undecipherable penmanship of the Literary Staff. We treasure the experience of getting the LAURALTON ready. We hope the com- pleted book will bring you as much fun as the book-in-preparation brought us. If in later years The LAURALTON recaptures for you a pleasant memory, if it recalls a dear friend, or renews a bright hope, then we do not regret the "headaches," the panicky moments, the pressure of time under which we labored until we finally emerged to meet the last deadline. LITERARY STAFF . 1 U l Mary Ann Fishbein, Mary Ann Moraniec, Sheila Holland, Carol Eagan, Car01Ug0l1k, ECl1'50f'1I1-Ch1Cf- Barbara Parrish, Mary Teal, Sally Kamykowski, Mary Etta Higgins, Jane Ziegler, Patsy Lilly. CMary Vioni absent from picture.J TYPING STAFF Maureen Mayne, Yirginia Barbieri, Eunice Morganroth, Claire Chasse, Cathy Tarinelli, Arline Fritz, Cynthia Bosses, Maureen O'Donnell. CEileen Loretta Bielen, Susanne Stubbs, Ginny Boyd, McMahon absent from picture.J Editorg Linda Scala. ART STAFF MUSIC DEPARTMENT Here at Lauralton, extensive opportunities to enjoy the beauties of music are made available through Choral Clubs, Lauralettes, Theory classes, Liturgical music, and private piano and voice instructions. The Choral Club is open to all students. Through practice meetings, the members grow in singing skill and music appreciation. During the year the Club sponsors a Christ- mas program, a trip to the Metropolitan Opera in New York, and a spring concert. The Lauralettes are a group of girls from the Senior Choral Club who have a talent and desire for harmonizing in a small group. The Theory Course, offered only to freshmen, is a general study of all forms of music, which aims to bring out the aesthetic value so that each girl may find the kind she enjoys most. Liturgical Music, the study and singing of church music, is under the direc- tion of Sister Agnes Marie. Private instruction is available to girls desiring a more intense course in either voice or piano. CHORAL CLUB OFFICERS Standing: joan Lucas, Treasurer, Sandra Nacci, Treasurerg Liz Anne Scanlon, President, Sue Casey, Secretary, Dale Garrison, Vice-President, Sue Stubbs, Secretaryg Cathy O'Brien, President, Sue Bark, Vice-President, Seated: Michele Mark and Joyce Santorelli, Accompanists. Sister Agnes Marie accompanies the Liturgical Music Group. Theory enthusiasts discuss projects with Sister Edna Marie DRAMATIC CLUB Formerly "The Thespiansj' "Our Lady's jesters" sponsored dramatic activities for 1957-58 with Virginia Boyd serving as president and Sister Peter Marie acting as adviser. The Club is divided into three departments: acting, staging, and costuming. Each fall, interested sophomores and juniors enter on a probationary period. Requisitions for membership are talent, ability, interest, and willingness to devote time. Yearly activities include Father-Daughter Night, a Halloween party brewed for freshmen and their dads, and a Christmas pageant offered to the public to propagate the true meaning of Christmas. The final activity is the .production of a spring play for stu- dents and the public. "Footlights," the Club's mimeographed newspaper, edited by Roberta Gallagher, is published periodically featuring news of Jesters' activities. Secular entertainments such as popular Broadway shows, plays and movies are also reviewed by the members of the Club. l "I chose the cage for you." i Barbara Panish, Joyce Santorelli, and Sue Duggan in a scene from Grey Bread. OFFICERS Sheilagh Coyne, Vice-President, Ginny Boyd, Pres- identg Marion Onorato, Secretary, Rosemary Green, Treasurer, with Sister Peter Marie, Adviser. Roberta Gallagher, Footlights Editor, Kathy Ryan, Property Manager, Mimi LaTaif, Lighting Direc- torg Cynthia Bosses, Art Director, Kathy Hurley, Wardrobe Mistress. "Beata Visceraf' Sue Buckley and Maureen O'Donnell in a scene from the Christmas production, To You A Savior. ART CLUB The magnetic array of vivid colors draws the passer-by into the tiny retreat of Lauralton's aspiring artists - the art room. A warm atmosphere of quiet industry prevails as the future "Raphaels" let loose their talent and imagination and exploit the works of the masters. The attractive bulletin boards reveal the variety of interests which art holds for all. OFFICERS: Peggy Sasso, Presidentg Pat Yablonicky, Treasurerg Janet Theil, Vice-Presidentg Geraldine Foucault, Secretary. CERAMICS CLUB The ceramics room harbors a multitude of ghostlike figurines. Each figurine is patiently awaiting its final firing after being carefully scraped, painted, and glazed by nimble fingers. The informal atmosphere of this room lends itself to buzzing activity. A sense of accomplishment mounts as each girl anxiously removes the hnished product from the oven - her own little "masterpiece" OFFICERS: Eileen Cormier, Secretaryg Kathy Toronto, Vice-Pres- identg Judy Ewanietz, Presidentg Sister M. Therese, Instructorg Betty Abbott, Treasurer. DEBATING CLUB To foster the growth of an articulate Catholic laity is the primary purpose of the Debating Club at Lauralton Hall. The year opened with the adoption of a new constitution which embodies the true spirit of Catholic forensics. Bi- weekly meetings are conducted in parliamentary fashion. Some of the vital topics discussed at these meetings include the success of the United Nations and the outlaw of the Communist Party. A special group prepares the debate on the topic for the year. OFFICERS: Karen Kleinhagen, Treasurerg Barbara Panish, Pres- identg Mary Ann Tynan, Secretary. QVice-President Sue Buckley absent from picture.J SPANISH CLUBS The Spanish Clubs at Lauralton fill that special need for a broader knowledge of Spain - its customs and its people. Clubs are formed in different classrooms where students are interested, and meetings are held during class time once a month. Some of the C1ub's varied activities include the singing of Spanish songs, the presenting of plays and films, and the playing of Spanish games. Not only does the Span- ish Club give pleasure, but also it affords the novice at Spanish an opportunity to enrich her vocabulary and to further comprehension through conversation. OFFICERS: Carol Ugolik, Secretaryg Betty Anne Turco, President. FRENCH CLUB Those interested in "la langue francaise" have ample op- portunity to supplement class activities through the French Club. The aim of the club is to enrich the cultural back- ground of its members and to offer further occasions for aural-oral practice in the foreign tongue. Monthly meetsings are held after school once a month for juniors and seniors interested in French. French songs, folk dances, plays, games, and records all help to stimulate interest in and enjoyment of the language. QFFICERS: Judi Perisky, Treasurerg Martha Sullivan, Vice-Pres- identg Cathy McGee, Secretary, Pat Dargon, President. LATIN CLUB A Latin fashion show, a play based on a classical theme, and a Roman banquet - all are activities enjoyed by the members of Lauralton Hall's two Latin Clubs. The junior group consists of interested sophomore Latin students, who meet once a month after school. The .senior group, the Vifgilian Forum, meets during class time, and is open to third and fourth year students. Both groups aim to gain a more thorough knowledge of Roman life, customs, and languageg to understand better the practical and cultural values of Lating and to interest fellow students therein. Through their various projects, Latin students find the realization of these aims fun and almost painless! OFFICERS: Pauline Gravel, Presidentg Barbara Kennedy, Vice- President, Miss M. Conroy, Adviserg Cathy Kalweit, Secretary. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Athletic Association, under the direction of Miss Constantini, endeavors to form well-rounded personalities by teaching its members how to compete in games with a true Christian spirit. Fall brings our newest outdoor sport, speedball, followed by basket- ball and the aches and pains of calisthenics during the winter. Spring ushers in softball, badminton, and tennis. Through these activities, we learn that co-operation, sportsman- ship, and school spirit invariably lead to victory. The Faculty-Student game and Blue- White games are just a few of the events on the AA calendar enjoyedathis year. Rosemary Green, Secretary, Mary Etta Higgins, Presidentg Mimi LaTaif, Vice-Presidentg Miss M. Costantini, Instructor, McGee Ryan, Treasurer, Sally Kamykowski, Captain Blue Team, Jane Ziegler, Captain White Team. Will it? 74 "Everyone for Lauralton stand up and holler! VARSITIES Lauralton's athletic endeavors reach their peak in the field hockey and basketball varsities. Both varsities follow a rigid schedule of bi-Weekly practice at which time various plays are taught to the players. Coupled with this newly-polished skill and team- work, our varsities have matched their opponents' determination and ability. The Hockey Varsity ended the season undefeated. After a series of postponements following the numerous snow storms, the Basketball Varsity continued this victorious spirit. Urged on by the cheerleaders and students, Lauraltorfs Varsity activities typify the truly Christian spirit of fair play. HOCKEY Standing: Louise Garofalo Cman- agerj , Sally Kamykowski, Connie Koons, Kathy Toronto, Sue Gib- bons, Jane Ziegler Cco-captainj, Joanne Garofalo Cco-captainj, Sharon Thaler, Dee Vetrano, Bar- bara Hughes, McGee Ryan, Pat Maher Cmanagerb. Kneeling: Arline Fritz, Marianne Minutole, Julie Barone, Ann O'Neill, Mary Etta Higgins, Eu- nice Morganroth, Janet Thiel, Dale Garrison. BASKETBALL Standing: Rosemary Green Qman- agerb, Marianne Minutole, Judy Andreoli, Sue Gibbons, Mimi La- Taif, Barbara Hughes, Joanne Garofalo Cco-captainj, Arline Fritz Cco-captainj , Barbara Dean, Kathy Toronto, Marcia Marchese, Judy Ewanietz, Sally Kamykow- ski, Sue Stubbs fmanagerj. Sitting: Cathy Tarinelli, Dee Vetrano, Dale Garrison, Janet Thiel, Jane Ziegler, Mary Etta Higgins. CHEERLEADERS l "Hep, hep, let's go!" - a cheer for the cheerleaders. Chosen at the end of the year by the faculty after rigorous training, the cheerleaders can almost call "spirit', their mid- dle name. Their enthusiasm, pep and vigor are manifested to their fullest at every pep rally and varsity game. We thank the cheerleaders for helping to make "everybody for Lauralton stand up and holler." Kneeling: Gail DeMarco, Barbara Kennedy, Judy Cholko, Denise Hutchinson, Marion Onorato. Standing: Ginger Barbieri, Kathy Hurley, Nancy Greene, co-captain: Jackie Schwab, co-captain: Cynthia Bosses, Ginny Noia. FIELD DAY Excitement and enthusiasm run high at Lauralton when the end of the year brings our long-awaited "Field Dayfl The dayis fun begins with an AA Assembly, where those girls who have earned suficicient points are awarded varsity and tournament pins, emblems, letters, bars or stars. Anyone could tell at a glance that Field Day is no ordinary day of school, for girls in their gym suits are everywhere on the campus - eating their lunch of hot dogs, soda, and ice cream, watching the traditional Bltre-White softball game, or participating them- selves in games of their choice. The popularity of the seniors is evident, as yearbooks are passed from hand to hand to be signed. The grand finale of Lauraltonis "fun day," the Virginia Reel, is held on the softball field with everyone participating. Thus, Field Day climaxes the AA program. "What's next? This is killing me!" Promenade your partner home! Next stop, jimmy Dean show! 76 "Your activities . . . enable you Zo contribute to the extension of God? kingdom in modern society." - Pope Pius XII IN CLASS Senior Religion - "And so consequently, girls . . Freshman English - "The quality of mercy is not straine d... Sophomore Religion -- "Think nothing done while aught remains to do." Sophomore Religion - "God shall bring every work into judgment . . journalism Class - Mrs. Starrett instructs the girls in the duties of the Fourth Estate. Latin IV - "Is that a spondaic line?" rL..Ji rlEgl4!EZ': Si? Qi? M i French III - "Fifty million Frenchmen can't be wrong!" French I - "On parle francais ici." IN CLASS Latin II - "A-rn-e-t." Spanish II -- Kathleen Spencer, Mary jane Shaffer, Bar- bara Wardell, Lois Krodel uestudian espanoln with Mother M. Rinaldo. Algebra Il - Sister M. Aman- da, Pat Dargon, and Cathy Connelly sigh "So little done, so much to do!" Applied Math - "2 + 2 are not 5! Geometry - Sister M. Edmund and Dolores Huizdo are "looking at it from all angles." Chemistry Lab - Joann Garofalo and Eunice Morganroth show that "Girls have curious minds and feign would know the end of every- thing," while Sister M. Amanda looks on. IN CLASS Mother Guinea Pig introduces her twins to Virginia Noia, Mary Lou Mandanici, and Marguerite Dunigan. Biology Lab - Sister M. Annina, Rosemary Green, and Loreen Gardner study "the fairy tales of science and the long result of time." 1' i Y if 'K . 3. 4 fr World History - "We live and learn, but not the wiser grow." Democracy - "The voice of the people, the voice of God." Allisha Skelly, Carolyn Csom, Sheila Holland, Eileen McMahon type while Antoinette Grosso checks her transcription. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OFFICERS Cathy Tarinelli i........ ,...... V ice President Pat Horvath ,....,..... .........,,.. L ibrarian Pat Mulvihill ,.,.. .. ..,A,.. Secretary Joan Mueser... ,...,.,. ....... P resident Sister M. Corona .,...... ...,... A dviser Janice Anthony, Geraldine Basque, Judy Garthwait, and Mary Jane Shaffer make calculations easy. Josephine Testo and Irene Slader are wondering if Joan lvieuser is a doctor or a secretary. Sheila Holland, Carol Ugo- lik and Jane Ziegler thank Father Ansbro for a help- ful retreat. SENIOR RETREAT Senior Retreat, that long-awaited interval of quiet contemplation, finally arrived. These were three days of careful consideration of ourselves, our ambitions, our obstacles. But above all they consisted of secluded moments spent in listening to or talking with an all-important Friend - God. We will never again make a retreat so important, so vital to ourselves and our future. Here were laid the foundations of a lifetime. Now it is for us to build on these foundations. For the future will be one supported and strengthened by the decisions made and the graces given in this retreat. "Another bell???" asks Father Ansbro .. "The days that make us happy make us wise." PARENTS' NIGHT Fathers howled, we freshmen blushed and the jesters whole- heartedly strove to make merry that Father-Daughter Night. Who would have thought fathers were skilled in such arts as potato balancing, clothes donning and fast eating? At the Mother-Daughter Tea, our patient mothers weathered the storm of the "good old days" as we attempted to recreate such situations as "By the Sea" and "School Days." With junior year came an opportunity for our parents and teachers to meet professionally. Individual parent-teacher con- ferences Were held and our parents discovered the whyis and how's of our studies. Senior Parent Night came as an appropriate conclusion to our retreat. This occasion afforded our parents an insight into our choice of vocation. These yearly meetings have presented our parents the op- portunities to analyze our assets and liabilities and to see us as our teachers see us, A serious moment during the Senior Parent Night program. Senior Parent Night Feed the hungry Father-Daughter Night - "The greater the obstacle, the more Father Daughter Night Future homemakers7 glory in overcoming it." CUPlD'S CAPERS Jane Ziegler and Billy Rader. Valerie Pipa and john Obbagy, Carolyn Csom and Lennie Benedetto, Pat Callahan and Frank Carr, Betty Ann Turco and Tom Lindsay, Nancy Biros and Ed Linderfelt, and Pat Testani and Nicki Cascella. Couples caper at Cupid's Capers. Dottie Murray and Ed McDonough, Sheilagh Coyne and Ted O'Tavien, Sheila Dean and Don Grabowski, and Marguerite Kieran and Pete Coyne. Barbara Filosa and Kenny Michaels, Mariette Colla and john Grimes, and Joan Healing -and Bob Fisher. Loretta Bielen CGeneral Chairmanj, Ginny Boyd QDCCOIKIIOH Chair- manj, Sylvia Donahoe Cllefreshment Chairmanj, Barbara Panish fBid Chairmanj, discuss plans with Sister Peter Marie, Junior Class Adviser. A TOUCH OF FANTASY "A Touch of Fantasy" was evident in Claven Audi- torium on May 10, 1957, when the Class of 1958 held its Junior Prom. The decoration committee had transformed the stage into a magic garden with a large ice swan and a bubbling fountain surrounded by spring flowers. The moon and the stars had come inside for the evening and with the aid of the decora- tion committee adorned the tables and Curtains of the auditorium. Hal Lindyis orchestra supplied the music. Carol Ugolik and her escort, Jimmy Zelle, were chosen to reign as King and Queen and were crowned by Loretta Bielen, general chairman, and her escort, Dick Corcoran. Members of the court were Judy Ewanietz, Una Foley, Susanne Stubbs and their es- corts. ,, F v . , ' r ' o Q Q! ,fall-ff? s C ,g L A V .hx Z T V 1 n 'iw , A ' . 'EL A- ' ' .- is J' ' ' 521' 1 1 1 I ,. ,gy A-A , -, , Wig ei f A , Pig. , is QN ' 'KD xiii or X fs 'mtg' 'A s 4 3' " -. af QS 35131. :R X , l' A .5 if Y TW . .rw ff'- . , .rqjga sa Q. 7 W 1- as A 1' V - ' . . ' A f 5w?..TC . avant 1 ' is f 1 t: ef k Nj, gijtzgtgrytav . my ',aaf.5P'fQ+ tr. .yy . f ,Q M , , lofi .fix ,fy 3, i Mft,f,gf1g,1 - Deg We sign - ,' rt Q Y -as iaetffm ssrrfffasv.. sa Gena? .- "The day may go but still the hands of memory weave blissful dreams . . Queen of the Prom, Carol Ugolik Qreflected in mirrorj and her court - Una Foley, Judy Ewanietz and Sue Stubbs. SERENADE OF SILVER BELLS King and Queen with attendants: Una Foley and Jeff Donahue, Judy Sedlock and Bob Chandler, Joan Ellis and Tom Sapitowicz. Carol Eagan and John Reilly, Ginny Boyd and joe Reilly, jane Ziegler and Pete Lasher. Loretta Bielen and Dick Corcoran, Janet Thiel and Dick Ference, and Maureen O'Donnel1 and George Devitt. Arline Fritz and Dave Vujs, Ginger Barbieri and A1 Spencer. Mimi LaTaif and Gordon Quinlan arrive early. We meet our chaperones at the "Serenade of Silver Bells." Rena Testo and Tommy Fidele, Kay Toronto and Bill Chantlos, Kathy Hurley and jerry McGourthy, Marianne Minutole and Lennie Ciaci, Judy Ewanietz and John Hudak, Claire Chasse and Kenny Wadeka, with Virginia Ardiete and Joe Testo, Chaperones. Shirley Patchen and George Nicastro, Bev Puccio and Billy Kundolf, Pat and Pat Horvath and John Patchen. Nucera and joe Martin, and Sue Spang and Jack Andrews. TREE PLANTING AND CLASS NIGHT Eguih' Ibiing to maturity the fruits of Thy Carol Moran, Class President, plants the flowering hawthorne of the Class of - Blessing of the Class Tree 1957' w ... fi 4 44 H ., ff 1 f ' g -' v' : Dolores Krolicki reads the last will and testament of the Class of 1957. "Dignity walks with uplift face." 88 We formally bid goodbye to the Class of 1957. I958 SAW THE UNUSUAL Kathy O'Brien talks things over with Sister Mary Natalie, Sophomore Class Adviser. IN GUIDANCE PROGRAMS . . . Freshmen enjoy group guidance with Sister Clare Marie. IN DRIVER EDUCATION.. Cathy Callahan Waits her turn, as Mary Tynan has her eyes tested. Mrzjarnes McDonald, driving instructor, checks Mary Ann SI-ribo, Mary Lou Tarasovic, and Una Foley for reaction time. IN HOME-MAKING . The Home-Making course is something new at Lauralton. Its purpose is to develop the practical abilities of the girls so that they will be better equipped to fulfill their future role of Christian Mother-Educators. Personality study, grooming, clothing con- struction, home management, interior decorating and baby-sitting constitute the various phases of the course. Next year the advanced Home Economics course open to Sophomores will include food preparation, nutrition, home nursing and consumer buying. In 1960 the course will be an elective for upper classes. Located in the Sacred Heart Building, the Home Economics rooms are attractively furnished with blond oak sewing machines, cutting tables, chairs and cabinets. There is a fitting room with three-way, full length mirrors. Here the future modistes put the finishing touches to the garments which had become realities under their nimble lingers. . . may all here please Thee by practicing every virtue, so that they may one day be welcomed into Thy eternal home in heaven . . - Blessing of the Home-Making Department a.,-'X Freshmen plan their first skirts. Ginny Fagin and Pat Leone "Stitch, stitch Sf1fCh Barbara Blohm tries on the almost-linished product while Margaret Hayes, Barbara Gaetano, and Gale Dolney mark the hemline. LH. Originals? Jane Irving, Par Alrieri, Berry Daco, Mary Whelan, Michele Daviau, Mary Weldon, Ginny Fagin, Jean Audisio, Marcia Fodor. From pattern to person! Cheryl Uccellini, Rosemary Ianniello, Sally Shirley Horvath, Maureen Caldwell, Sue Mc nerney, Joyce Hampson, Ginger Juliano, Sue Saleski, Errnine I.eDonne. ' 'AWN' "One had as good be out ot the world as out of fashion." Eileen Starbranch, Kathy Lally, Joyce Cor- riveau, Joyce Callahan, Pe S ' Mona Kamykowski, Par Leone, oan Barry, Win- nie McLaughlin. X NX IN THE VOICE OF DEMOCRACY TRIPLE WINNERS. . Three local schools, Milford Prep, Milford High and Lauralton Hall took part in the VOICE OF DE- MOCRACY contest. The judges awarded the three prizes offered to the Lauralton girls. Mary Vioni, third placeg Margee Curley, first placeg Mary Kay Teal, second place. IN AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK PROGRAMS... Mary Vioni, Pat Dargon, Annette Bucci, Barbara Panish, Carol Ugolik, Sylvia Donahoe, Valerie McMahon, and Barbara Dean in a scene from one of the skits written by Senior S and presented at an Education Week assembly. Carol Eggers and Judy Ewanietz did a checkerboard job on the piano. Peg Ference, Sue Stubbs, Sheilagh Coyne, Mary Ann Fishbein, Mimi La- Taif enjoy the last few minutes of lunch hour. IN THE REALIZATION OF A DREAM.. Operation coat hanger, soda bottle, green stamps, special pennies, cake sales, raffles! Mission Accomplished: a glamorous social room! In a formal dedication ceremony, Father Sherer blessed the room and opened its doors for our comfort, relaxation and pleasure. IN THE EXODUS OF THE BOARDERS . 5 Mft Eight members of the Class of '58 have the distinction of being "the last of the boarders," a nos- talgic little phrase which brings a touch of sadness . . . Since Lauralton opened its doors in 1905, boarders have been an in- tegral part of the school. It will in- deed seem rather strange next year when the corridors of the residence hall no longer ring with the board- ers' laughter, radios and general clamor . . . As we depart, we wish to say "Thank you" to all who have helped to make Lauralton a part-time home. Our boarders-Lois Krodel, Pat Hughes, Barbara Filosa, Dee Vetrano, Sue Gib- bons, Mary Kay Teal, Jane Ziegler, Mimi LaTaif with their "Dorm Mother," Sister M. Corita. AND IN THE END OF A TRADITION. In September, 1955, a change Was made in the Lauralton uniform. The Class of '58 - "the last to lay the old aside." Now she's on the other side of the desk. Miss Jacqueline Creighton, of the Class of '52, came in January to assist in the Math Department. The Class of '59 - "the first by whom the new are tried." Over the years, it has become the custom of the Lau- ralton students to touch reverently the feet of the Crucified as they pass along the chapel corridor. SUPPUHHHE "Business . . . is a matter of a man, a member of human society, ufho eomes to cooperate for the welfare of society." Pope Pius XII DIRECTORY uniors Befty Abbott ...... ......,.., 1 07 Plymouth Avenue, Trumbull Barbara Bako ..,....,....... 175 Robert Treat Parkway, Milford Adele Bevvino .. ...........,..,,,,..... 58 Emmett Avenue, Derby Marlene Bonitatibus.. ..,,..,.... 63 Inwood Road, Trumbull Virginia Bonney ....... 69 South Pine Creek Road, Fairfield Barbara Brady ........,.,..,..,......,..,,.,. 19 Stiles Street, Stratford Martha Brown ..,,,.,.....,. 205 Washington Avenue, Bridgeport Mary Jean Buckley ..............,.., 675 Pine Street, Bridgeport Rosann Cacace ,..,.,.,....,,...,, 1802 Park Avenue, Bridgeport Barbara Caginello., Cathy Callahan ...,... Sheila Callahan ...,,,..,.. Barbara Candelora ........ 59 Dover Street, Bridgeport 11 Elm Terrace, Stratford Barn Hill Road, Monroe 122 High Park Avenue, Stratford Bonita Carbone ,...... ......... ..,.. . S port Hill Road, Easton Mary Carroll ,..,,... 652 Wayne Street, Bridgeport Kathy Connelly ,...,.... ....... 6 Glen Spring Drive, Trumbull Maribeth Curtis ,,..,...,...,. ...., 2 71 Vine Street, Bridgeport Dawn Davidson ...,..,..,...,, 71 Vineyard Road, North Haven Frances DeLuca .... Kathleen DeMar Gail DeMarco ,....... Ann Deroy Cathy Downey ..,..... Amy Dudek ....... ....,.,, , Sally Duggan .....,....,.,, Cathy Duignan .,,..... ,. 86 Placid Avenue, Stratford .,...270 Curtis Avenue, Stratford . , , . Birdseye Road, Shelton 38 Prospect Street, Wallingford Marianne Dolan , . . Lower Whitfield Street, Guilford . ...... 24 Oak Street, South Norwalk 160 Cedar Hill Road, Milford 56 Meadow View Drive, Trumbull . ....,, 45 Chelsea Street, Fairfield Marguerite Dunigan ,...... 548 Huntington Road, Bridgeport Ellen Dunleavy ., ...,, .... , . , 21 Hadley Street, Bridgeport Susan Early .,,, 41 New Haven Avenue, Woodmont Frances Marie Falk ....,....... 272 Housatonic Drive, Devon Marguerite Federowicz ..,,.,.,,. 150 Edna Avenue, Bridegport Geraldine Foucault North Street, Wallingford Carole Freeman ............ Sandra Gadus ...... .. Patricia Gaffney ,,.......... Gail Gallagher ..,. , Roberta Gallagher Loreen Gardner ., Dale Garrison ..,,..,...,. foeu Glazewski .. Maureen Gleason .. Mary Jane Gotsch Rosemary Green .. Marcia Ann Gruce Ellen Haas . .. Elizabeth Hayes.. . Mary Ellen Healy, Sandra Hegyi Judith Homorsky . Denise Hutchinson . ....... 360 Alpine Street, Bridgeport 2710 East Main Street, Bridgeport , ,,... 22 Colonial Place, New Haven 131 Rosewood Place, Bridgeport 153 Eastlawn Street, Fairfield . ...., .. 55 Ann Street, Fairfield 801 So. Pine Creek Road, Fairfield Fairfax Avenue, Meriden .....,,.... 32 Blanchard Road, Easton 1509 North Avenue, Bridgeport ,. ..,..., ., ,,,.. Jollhouse Road, Fairfield 104 Doreen Drive, Bridgeport 65 Underhill Road, Hamden 33 Plattsville Avenue, Norwalk ,. 24 Dandy Street, Bridgeport 61 Cowles Street, Devon 27 Deerfield Avenue, South Norwalk 19 Cherry Street, Ansonia Lorraine Jarusinsky ,...... ,,..... 9 7 Barnum Terrace, Stratford Barbara Kenned Y Helen Kisiel .... .....,.... Karen Kleinhagen .,,..,. ............ ,.,., 4 3 Garnet Road, Nichols Theresa Krupski ...,.,,.... Constance Koons .,.. Virginia Lane ,, .. .. 77 Park Avenue, Hamden 402 French Street, Bridgeport . 3143 Main Street, Bridgeport ...160 Eastern Parkway, Devon 179 West Rocks Road, Norwalk Pat Lavery ......,.. 556 West Taft Avenue, Bridgeport Elena Lawton ......,....,,. .......1150 Ridge Road, Hamden Barbara Lee ..,....,.,,....,,... ......... 5 20 Clark Street, Bridgeport Mary Bridget Lenihan ......,..,.... 58 Central Avenue, Hamden Kathleen Loftus ........,. Beth Lomazzo ..,.......... ......,........ 11 Sixth Street, Derby ,...,,.,.......Newtown Turnpike, Weston Carol Ann Lombardi ..,........ 212 Soundview Avenue, Shelton Veronica Loughlin .............. Taunton Ridge Road, Newtown Frances Lukas .,..,.....,.. Maureen Lynch ........... Patricia Maher ...,,.,.. ., Mary Lou Mandanici, Judy Martin ...,....,....... Springdale Street, Milford .......426 Ocean Avenue, Stratford Brewster Road, Milford 276 Funston Avenue, Bridgeport Ridge Road, Stratford Marleen Matyszewski ...,....... 34 Glenwood Drive, Trumbull Patricia Muratori ............,... 1093 Capitol Avenue, Bridgeport Dorothy Murray ,........ Barbara Naylor ......., Barbara Neary .......... Virginia Noia ......... .,..,.......Newtown Avenue, Norwalk School Street, Bridgeport .. 190 Whitney Avenue, Bridgeport ., 1509 Stratford Avenue, Bridgeport Maureen O'Brien ....... ., 139 Winter Street, Stratford Margaret O'Nei1l ........ Marion Onorato .,.,, Elizabeth Pagliaro ...., Loraine Pell ......,..,., Judy Perishy ..,........,.., 186 W. Liberty Street, Bridgeport 14 Virginia Drive, Easton 177 Howard Avenue, Ansonia 206 Marilyn Drive, Bridgeport 11 Glenarden Drive, Fairfield Connie Perruccio . . .,..... 14 Catherine Street, Cromwell Judith Pinto ,..,..,, Diane Plucinski ..... Shirley Rauson ..,....., Maureen Reardon . 1 133 Quince Street, Bridgeport 1480 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport .,.,,.....127 Stiles Street, Stratford 10 Richmond Hill Avenue, Stamford Sheila Reidy ...,,,.,,,,,... .66 Hanford Avenue, Bridgeport Gay Ryan ,.,,.,............,,.,, . Mary Ann Salce ....... Judy Salmini ,..,,. Joan Saloomey ..,..., Joyce Santorelli ,. Agnes Scanlon ,..,.... 16 Allan Drive, Trumbull ...,..,97 Vincelette Street, Bridgeport ,......6255 Main Street, Stratford Grinnell Street, Milford ,.,...106 Colony Avenue, Trumbull North Sylvan Road, Westport Elizabeth Schaefer ..,... . ...... 42 Newton Street, Fairfield Kathleen Scott .. Patricia Sebastian . Mary Ann Skibo ,,.,. Barbara Smith ..,...., Jeanette Soares ..,...,... 20 Denise Terrace, Fairfield 25 Hurd Street, Fairfield . ,. . 645 Arctic Street, Bridgeport 193 Maplewood Avenue, Bridgeport ,, 37 Ford Place, Bridgeport Sandra Sparling ,...,......,......,... 356 Horace Street, Bridgeport Virginia Stroh ......,..,....., 246 Woodside Avenue, Bridgeport -'Carol Anne Sullivan. ., ., 268 Montauk Avenue, New London Martha Sullivan ......,...,..,,........, 72 Colony Road, New Haven Diane Szabo ..,,........,.. Mary Louise Tarasovic Teresa Teodosio ......,.., Sharon Thaler ............ Donna Toczko ....,.. Maureen Trent ......... Ellen Tristine .,.,....... Josephine Tucci .......... Mary Anne Tynan ..... Sharon Wasilewski .,., Pat Yablonicky .,....,.. 149 Pemburn Drive Fairfield 'fffiia Church Hill Road, Trumbull Rolling Ridge Road, Orange 62 Sherman Street, Bridgeport 109 Orange Street, Stamford Plymouth Street, Stratford 241 First Avenue, Stratford 61 Washington Place, Bridgeport Meriden Avenue, Southington .'.i 1.82 Long Hill Road, Wallingford 492 Villa Avenue, Fairfield Mary Ann Yoney .....,.. Eaton Street, Bridgeport Adele Zelich ....,.....,... Sophomores Margaret Assenza .,.....,... ...,. 73 Travel Street, Meriden Mary Ann Audisio ,.... 115 East Main Street, Wallingford Barbara Birney. .. ,,.,...,,.. ,1984 Park Avenue, Bridgeport Lorna Bosses ...,. Leila Boyle . ..,.. . Joyce Calovine ....., Barbara Carroll ,... Sue Casey ...........,.... Ann Cassidy . . . . Judith Cholko 6 Apple Orchard Lane, Nichols . .. .24 Edgewood Avenue, Milford 111 Colony Street, Stratford ,. Sorghum Road, Huntington Darina Place, Milford 116 Wake Street, Bridgeport . 280 East Avenue, Bridgeport Eleanor Collimore .,.............,....., .173 Puritan Road, Fairfield Eileen Cormier Katherine Coviello Ellen Croft . ,.., ,. Patricia Cullen . , . Rosa DeLauro .,,,... Yolanda Delgado ,..,,..,. Chris Deliee ,.... .. Mary Lou Dinan ,....... Bldg. 64, Apt. 162, Success Park, Bridgeport , ., 133 Marion Street, Bridgeport . ........... ., Foxboro Road, Essex . , 158 Broad Street, Milford 352 Greene Street, New Haven ..,.. ,, .,., Westport Road, Wilton 30 Cedar Street, South Norwalk 1896 Huntington Turnpike, Nichols Susan Dolan Sue Donahue .......,....,.. Maureen Doran ,,....... Bonnie Dubinsky ........397 Curtis Avenue, Stratford . Booth Hill Road, Monroe .....472 Whitney Avenue, New Haven 196 Charlton Street, Stratford 727 Shelton Street, Bridgeport Patricia Duch 489 North Summerfield Avenue, Bridgeport Carolyn Dzurka .................., 692 Dewey Street, Bridgeport Georgia Dzvileski .. Karen Edwards ,...... Ellen Flynn ,. Geraldine Gamble ....... Louise Garofalo ,,.. Carleen Gunther . .. ,. .. 94 Camden Street, Devon 42 Rocky Ridge Drive, Nichols . ...,.,. 53 Hackett Avenue, Devon .241 York Street, West Haven 65 Hilltop Drive, Southport ., 5555 Main Street, Long Hill Alyce Harkin . ..... .....,..., 5 5 Lucy Avenue, West Haven Margaret Mary Healy ..,. 96 Wentworth Street, Bridgeport Dolores Hvizdo ,....,..,.. 494 East Main Street, Bridgeport Patricia Kalapir .. 105 Woodrow Avenue, Southport Kathleen Kiasky .,,,,............ Beachside Avenue, Westport Lorraine Knablein ,,...,. 31 Independence Road, Milford Klara Kronenberger ...,...,....,.,.... 25 Darina Place, Milford Concetta Lupariello 77 Elliott Road, Trumbull Marie Lupoli ,............. I ....., 1 12 Dwight Street, New Haven Beverly Mackin ....... Celine Malisek ........ ,.........199 Riverclifi Drive, Devon 30 Forest Road, Monroe Barbara Mallozzi ....,.. ......, 5 8 Sherman Street, Bridgeport Mary Gail Mario ...... ...,.., . . 65 Benson Place, Fairfield Carol Mastry ............ ,..,,.158 Garfield Street, Bridgeport Sandra Matis ............. ....,, 5 6 Sherman Street, Bridgeport ,Deborah McKay ......... ...,....... 4 8 Rose Street, Bridgeport Judy McKeon .. ,... .. Millicent Meunier ....4........, 54 Bedford Avenue, Hamden 438 Midland Street, Bridgeport Mary Mihaley .....,......., 1432 South Main Street, Stratford Joanne Minutole ,......... 239 Glenwood Avenue, Bridgeport Gail Molloy ...,., ..........,.,......., . 218 Michael Street, Ansonia Elizabeth Morgan ..,......., 12 Woodmont Road, West Haven Maureen Moriarty ...,..,.......... 240 Old Mill Road, Fairfield Sue Mullen ....,..,........,.. 93 Point Lookout Drive, Milford Carolyn Nicotra ..,.,.. 286 Benham Hill Road, West Haven Jane Novey ,...........,.,,..,..,,,. 80 Margherita Lane, Stratford Sue Nowicki .,.,..........,.....,....... 710 North Street, Milford Mary Grace Nucera .,......,...... 61 Woodland Road, Fairfield Kathy O'Brien ................,. 208 Pond Point Road, Milford Maureen O'Hara ...,...... ..... 1 74 Wayne Street, Bridgeport Kathleen O'Sullivan . Marilyn Palinkas ....,... Linda Peck ,..,..................,....,., Marie Piccolo ...... Martha Pistey ..,.., 338 Flax Hill Road, South Norwalk ....24 Taylor Avenue, South Norwalk 76 Rivercliff Drive, Devon 200 Newfield Avenue, Bridgeport 255 Barnum Avenue, Bridgeport Linda Polverari .,.......,,... 112 Sylvan Avenue, New Haven Cecil Pudvah .,,........., Patricia Altieri .....,..., Jean Audisio, ..,,.,...... . -lPatricia Aurilio ..,..,. 361 North Main Street, Wallingford Mary Ellen Quinlan ,. 240 Lombard Street, New Haven Patricia Rapp ...,....,.,......,.,.. 557 Wakelee Avenue, Ansonia Wendy Ross ..,,,....... ......,...,,.,,...,Chestnut Hill, Wilton Marguerite Ryan , ............... .....,, , . 14 Hill Street, Milford Andrea Santaniello ,.....,...., North Taylor Avenue, Norwalk Patricia Scherer. ,..,.. , 17 Ivy Street, West Haven Irene Schwartz .,.,............,..,, 357 Stratford Road, Lordship Rosita Sciortino ..........,. ,. 21 Broadway Road, Trumbull Barbara Sedlock .,...,,.., 364 Frenchtown Road, Bridgeport Agnes Semple .,............ Old Saugatuck Road, East Norwalk Carol Shannon 504 Park Boulevard, Stratford Caro1 Skowronski ..,.. ...,... 4 00 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby Elise Soderberg ,..., Gail Sullivan ,.,...., Mary Sullivan ,,.,.., ,Geraldine Sutton ,,,.. Linda Sutton ........ Beverly Tanner ......,. ,. 62 Fenway North, Milford 2 Grove Street, South Norwalk 1240 Post Road, Fairfield .......657 Naugatuck Avenue, Devon 464 Hilltop Drive, Stratford Capricorn Drive, Seymour Francis Teodosia ,............. 60 Rolling Ridge Road, Orange Sharon Toothill .,,..... Mary Trautman .........., 3998 Main Street, Stratford 5367 Main Street, Trumbull Maryella Treadwell ,..... ..,.., E leven O'Clock Road, Weston Kathleen Turner .,,,,, Frances Patricia Barbara Tynan ,...,.. Vender ........ Vincent ,,,............. .. Sebec Street, Hamden Meriden Avenue, Southington 75 Federal Street, Stratford 44 Ralston Avenue, Hamden Patricia Wedemeyer ......... 40 Maplewood Avenue, Westport Barbara Wardell ...,.,... Teri Wilkinson , ,.r,.,... Joyce Wishart ..........,,.. Freshmen 195 Garfield Avenue, Bridegport .. 115 East Main Street, Wallingford ........,752 William Street, Bridgeport Concetta Barbieri ........,........, 400 Ogden Street, Bridgeport Joan Barry. .............. , Dianne Birdsall ......,.. Barbara Blohm ....,..... Dolette Boreiko ...... Diane Brown .......... Barbara Buckman ......, Susan Burk ,. ..... .. . 180 Quinnipiac Street, Wallingford 1000 North Street, Milford 1511 West Broad Street, Stratford 55 Pelham Street, Milford 19 Knobb Hill Road, Milford 157 Gulf Street, Milford .,.......l42 West Main Street, Milford Maureen Caldwell ...... ........, 3 56 Seymour Avenue, Derby Joyce Callahan .....,.,,.. Barbara Cipcer ,.......,., ...,..,..,........,Barn Hill Road, Monroe 75 Shell Street, Milford Kathleen Connolly .. 48 Elmwood Avenue, South Norwalk Joyce Corriveau ...... .. Marjorie Coughlin ..... Carol Coviello ,..,, .,.. Maureen Craig ...,..... Carol Czaplinski ,...,.... Elizabeth Daca ,....,. Patti Daly, ........ . Michele Daviau ,.,... Anne Denning ....... Gale Dolney .,.,,.,...... -,Maureen Donavan ..... ,.....15 Christian Street, Wallingford . 450 Ocean Avenue, Stratford 900 Riverton Terrace, Stratford ......,, 400 Hurd Avenue, Stratford ,, .291 Soundview Avenue, Stratford 35 Walnut Street, Milford .,..,32 Cardinal Street, Bridgeport 68 Atwater Street, Milford 31 Brushy Hill Road, Darien 187 Sherman Street, Stratford .....,..,.,,308 Park Street, West Haven Margaret Ann Dorney ...... 16 Highbrooke Road, Norwalk Barbara Dwyer ............... Shingle Hill Road, West Haven Lugene Etiquezzo .,,..,.,.. 42 Bouton Street, South Norwalk Elizabeth Faccuito ...... ....., 8 7 Woodlawn Street, I-lamden 'Virginia Fagan: ,,,,...,. 220 Washington Parkway, Stratford Marcia Fodor.. ...... ,.......... ....,... 1 9 49 Main Street, Stratford Katherine Flynn ..,., 'Barbara Gaetano ,.,.., 'Sally Gallian ....... Joan Grottole .,... Joyce Hampson ......... 'Norma Harkins ......,. Hudson Street, Norwalk Lambert Road, Orange 109 Alpine Street, Bridgeport 12 Kelsey Court, West Haven . ..... 280 Housatonic Drive, Milford 148 Everit Street, New Haven Margaret Ruth Hayes ........... 86 Bridgeport Avenue, Devon Linda Hebert . ........ . Shirley Horvath ...,. Rosemary Ianniello Jane Irving ........,,,.... Carolee Jans ,,...,....,... Virginia Juliano Mona Kamykowski 'Jane Kennedy .......,.... Marcia King Theresa Kinsella ,..,... Jean Koczak .. ...... .. Judith Kohanski .,,. 14 Darina Place, Milford . .....,..., 121 Maltby Street, Shelton 495 Shelton Street, Bridgeport 87 Indian River Road, Milford 23 Long Islandview Road, Milford . 301 Arctic Street, Bridgeport ...452 Wheelers Farm Road, Milford 51 Kneeland Road, New Haven 1089 William Street, Bridgeport ....... 75 Bluff Avenue, Rowayton 460 North Main Street, Wallingford , .. . ,. 556 Shelton Street, Bridgeport Margaret Kundolf ,248 So. Whittlesey Ave., Wallingford Katherine Lally ..,,.... 111 No. Whittlesey Ave., Wallingford Gretchen Lane. ..,....,,.... 179 West Rocks Road, Norwalk Ermine LeDonne ...................... 36 Griffin Street, Stratford .Judith LeMay ..,....,., , .,... Longmeadow Road, Orange Patricia Leone .. ........ ,. Susan Lomazzo ..,.,......, Joan Lukas .........,....... Long Lots Road, Westport 325 South Main Street, Wallingford ..,...545 First Avenue, West Haven 8 Testa Place, South Norwalk Newtown Turnpike, Weston 24 Springdale Street, Milford Mary Cecelia Malumphy ..179 Howard Avenue, Ansonia 'Vennie Lee Mangiaracina ,..,.. 53 Sylvan Avenue, Meriden Michele Mark .,.....,.......... 3 Ocean Avenue, Milford Laura Martin ..,.,.,..,..... 3606 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport Mary Kay Matson ,.., 'Kathleen McCoy ..,.,.. Patricia McCreery ,,,.. Kathleen McElroy Suzanne McEnerney ., Alice McGee ...... ....,....,...., . . Winifred McLaughlin .. ,, 8 Watrous Lane, Milford 3 Ridgewood Road, Milford 13 Moorland Street, Trumbull 838 Wilcoxson Avenue, Stratford 305 Derby Avenue, Derby 66 Sutton Drive, Stamford 9 Willow Street, Wallingford Diane McFadden ........... 501 Brooklawn Avenue, Bridgeport Renee Melillo ,,..,........., 124 Sylvan Avenue, New Haven Geraldine Menn ..,... Susan Mihaley ....,, Blossom Morris ,......, Patricia Murphy ......,. Nancy Naylor ........ 321 Reeds Lane, Stratford 1432 Main Street. Stratford Ford Street, Milford LaFayette Street, Milford 28 School Street, Bridgeport Kathleen Neary . .,,.,..,.... 151 Beardsley Parkway, Trumbull Mary Niedermeier .,..,......,. 10 Ridgeview Avenue, Trumbull Mar aret O'Neil 11 Sunnydale Lane, Wallingford g .,..,.....,,,.,.,. Elizabeth Peclet .,............ .... 8 42 Lindley Street, Bridgeport Sharon Pender ..,,.,. Bldg. 49, Apt. 367, Success Park. Donna Jean Prentice ..,. ,. . Joanne Puccio , ..,...........,, ., Elizabeth Roche .,..... e"Lesl1e Roy , ......... . Angela Rubino .....,, Bridgeport 655 Jennings Road, Fairfield 75 Calhoun Avenue, Trumbull 230 Highland Avenue, West Haven 22 Trumbull Avenue, New Haven 10 Paradiso Street, South Norwalk Eleanor Russo ..............., 153 Maplewood Avenue, Milford Susan Saleski . Esther Ann Samoska. Marilyn Scalesse ..... Louise Sciubba .,.... Heather Scott ...... Judy Siekierski ..,... Anne Skidd .......... 22 Simpson Avenue, Wallingford , .......,.. 81 Manners Avenue, Naugatuck 294 Kneeland Road, New Haven 42 Plymouth Street, Norwalk 20 Denise Terrace, Fairfield 5 iMayfiower Place, Milford 5 Overlook Road, Norwalk .., Margaret Smith ,.,..,. ., 42 Thompson Hill Road, Milford Elizabeth Spodnick ., Eileen Starbranch Marcia Tarasovic .. .. Trudy Thaler ........... "-Diane Trautman .... ,. Cheryl Uccellini .....,. --Barbara Ulizio ., Judith Vitello ......,.. Judith Webb ..,..... Mary Weldon .....,. Mary Whelan ,...... Joy Williams ...,.., Phyllis Yranski ,...... Virginia Zunin ......... 476 Barnum Terrace Ext., Stratford 27 Allen Place, New Haven 123 Church Hill Road, Trumbull 62 Sherman Street, Bridgeport 2 Colony Avenue, .Trumbull Keyser Road, Westport Cook Hill Road, Wallingford ..,...,.337 Brooks Street, Bridgeport 5 Bullard Court, 8 Myrtle Street, East Stratford Norwalk ......,58 Carrington Court, Milford 125 Orange Avenue, Milford 11 Northfield Road, Fairfield 50 Cherry Street, Milford FRIENDS Mr. 81 Mrs. S. J. Alaimo Aldi Drug Antoniols Market Bachman's Atlantic Service Center Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph C. Bednar Mr. 81 Mrs. T. Norman Bjorklund Sidney Blackman Bobker Bearings Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert E. Bonazzo Bruders Bake Shop Mr. 81 Mrs. Elton V. Buckley Bunny's Catering Service Mr. E. J. Callahan Dr. James M. Callahan Carroll's Cleaners Casbar, Inc. Center Restaurant Charles' Delicatessen Mr. 81 Mrs. Ralph Colla Collins and Leary, Inc. Dr. 81 Mrs. Philip Coviello The Dart Shop, Inc. Davey's Pharmacy Frank 81 Eve Davidson DeMarco's Men's Shop H. Philip Dinan, jr., M.D. Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas L. Duignan Mrs. Genevieve M. Ellis Mr. 81 Mrs. John English Esquire Barber Shop Estelle's Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph R. Ference Fifth Avenue Beauty Salon Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Flynn Dr. 81 Mrs. Francis X. Foley Foster Real Estate George's Meat Market Gold's Delicatessen Tibor Guttman, M.D. The Harvey 81 Lewis Co. A. M. Hofferman, D.D.S. Mr. 81 Mrs. J. A. Hughes Mrs. john A. Hurley johnsonls Gulf Station Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley J. Kamykowski Kenter's Apparel F. A. Kiernan, D.D.S. Mrs. Mary Kish Mr. 81 Mrs. joseph Koletsky Kunkel's Market John H. Leonard Agency, Inc. Lewis Fabrics Ligouri's Service Station Mr. 81 Mrs. Ben Liquigli Lynch's Marcia-Anne Shoppe Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Marchetti Mr. John Maresca Mrs. Vivian Maresco FRIENDS james J. Martin Mary Lou Shop Sharp Mossip McClinch Crane Service Mr. 84 Mrs. James A. McCue Mr. 84 Mrs. Frank S. McGee Dr. 84 Mrs. Daniel C. McMahon Rudy Molinaro School of Accordion Mr. 84 Mrs. Gabor Mozga Milford Seafood Mr. 84 Mrs. William Mulvihill Newstadt Jewelers N yden's Incorporated Mr. 84 Mrs. William Oravetz, Sr. Mr. 84 Mrs. A. J. Panish Mr. 84 Mrs. John Pipa Pollock's Pharmacy Professional Pharmacy Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph J. Puccio Reliable Television Sales Mr. 84 Mrs. Louis Rubino Santa Fuel, Inc. Mr. 84 Mrs. Julius Satmary Mr. 84 Mrs. Alfred T. Santaniello Dr. 84 Mrs. john J. Scanlon Dr. 84 Mrs. Thomas F. Scanlon, Sr. Mr. 84 Mrs. Edvvard Sedlock Rev. Carl J. Sherer Schine's Pharmacy Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas P. Skidd Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph J. Somok Spot Cleaners Atty. and Mrs. Gerard S. Spiegel Stans Dr. Robert H. Strang Stratford Bootery Mr. John Sullivan Mrs. Caroline Sullivan Mr. 84 Mrs. Palmer Tarinelli Mr. 84 Mrs. Quentin Tassinary Mr. 84 Mrs. Alton D. Thiel George Torok Towne TV Mr. 84 Mrs. John Turk, Jr. Mr. 84 Mrs. J. F. Ugolik Ralph Vecchiarelli Atty. 84 Mrs. Frank J. Verrilli Dr. and Mrs. R. Edward Vioni Vogue Hat Shoppe Watson's Department Store Sarah W. Wood Wimpyls Chuckwagon Ye Olde Tavern Attorney 84 Mrs. Vincent J. Zanella Jr Mrs. Agnes Ziegler A Friend Compliments of a Friend Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 BUSINESS PATRO IN BRIDGEPORT: Art's Amoco Station 540 Boston Avenue Capitol Loan Ofhce 100 Wall Street Cathedral Religious Supply 1535 East Main Street Michael J. D'Andrea's Religious Supplies 1056 Main Street James V. Fitzpatrick Amusement Company 520 Success Avenue Foster Plumbing Company, Inc. 2196 East Main Street Freedman Brothers Furniture 585 East Main Street Gene and Mac 2640 Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Grosso 144 Powell Place Jay's Used Cars 1 Islandbrook Avenue IAndy's Pharmacy Fairfield Avenue Lupe's Drug Store 42 3129 Main Street Jim Macauda's Appliances 1527 East Main Street Madison Agency Company 1891 Main Street Marie's Bridal Shoppe 140 Frank Street John F. Motto 459 Charles Street Cornelius F. Mulvihill 84 Ashley Street Paul's Hairstyling Salon 69 john Street Pembroke Laundry 84 Cleaners, Inc. 396 Madison Avenue Petersen's Pharmacy 1306 Stratford Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Redgate 105 Pierce Avenue Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Schleier, Sr. 195 Alberta Street Ed. Sheehan's Tire 81 Battery Company 596 john Street E. J. Soule Food Shop 1242 Stratneld Road Spring Replacement Company 320 North Avenue Walter V. Stapleton 604 West Taft Avenue Stratfield Pharmacy 1244 Stratfield Road Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Stubbs 160 Brookview Avenue Teen Shop 31 Cannon Street Walsh 84 Hurley Company, Inc. 735 Fairfield Avenue IN CHESHIRE: H. B. White Plumbing 8: Heating Mountain View Terrace IN DERBY: Dziekan's Market 29 Bank Street IN EAST HARTFORD: First National Stores, Inc. Park 84 Oakland Avenue IN FAIRFIELD: The Angus Steak House Black Rock Turnpike Gardner Electric Company 55 Ann Street R. Salvo Sc Sons, Cleaners 2429 Post Road Turnpike Fuel, Inc. 2120 Black Rock Turnpike IN MILFORD: Bridgeport Thermostat Division Robertshaw-Fulton Controls Company 155 Hill Street The D. J. Carten Sand 8a Gravel Company Naugatuck Avenue Cullen's Restaurant 158 Broad Street john Hebert, jeweler 43 River Street Karl's Greenhouses 1596 Boston Post Road Middle Atlantic Transportation Co., Inc. S25 Bridgeport Avenue Milford Camera Shop 7 River Street The Page Motor Company, Inc. 754 Bridgeport Avenue Wolfe's Quality Food Shops 74 Broad Street F. H. Woodruff 8: Sons, Inc. 9 Depot Street BUSINESS P IN NEW HAVEN: Three Judges Restaurant and Motel 1600 Whalley Avenue IN NEWTOWN: E. Miller Shopping Center IN NORWALK: Elmer's Town Line Store Maine Avenue, Route 7 Louis J. Gardella 8 Smith Street IN SHELTON: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins 75 Myrtle Street Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Collins 75 Myrtle Street Kyle's Howe 8: Bridge IN SOUTH NORWALK: Norwalk Optical Company 47 West Avenue- IN SOUTHPORT: Ash Creek Marine Supply 3548 Post Roarl Harris Hardware Company 330 Pequot Avenue The C. O. Jellif'I Mfg. Corp. 354 Pequot Road TRON S L. B. Switzer, Inc. Pequot Road IN STAMFORD: Mr. and Mrs. john R. Boyd 20 Evergreen Court IN STRATFIELD: Kiamos Florist 2373 Easton Turnpike IN STRATFORD: Blake Drug Company 3563 Main Street Fagan's Riverview, Inc. 946 Ferry Boulevard Hamilton's Pharmacy, Inc. 3520 Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neary 85 'Placid Avenue Ryan jewelers 2406 Main Street Steve's Market South Avenue 84 Main Street White Walk Market 174 Canaan Road The Y-D Service Center 1250 Barnum Avenue A Friend A Business Friend Compliments of a Friend Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 THE LAURALTON BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Kathleen Hurley and Joann Garofalo, Co-Editors. 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H Ui- 1 .5 49 44 ' T' ' " 3' is f 7,5 GH ., D j KM-R V ' R .0 S fx'-4 lQ vf' J' Q sk if .., KR I ,, . . ff -Q .,- ., 4 J g --V,-Aa A bn gg, 1 ,A ' My I 5 ' 5 ,,fwlL11Agvi R. 5 5 ,X , rv Congratulations i 5' .f . . MCDONALD 5 5 -1-Q' ,: To The 5' I FUNERAL HOME CLASS ot '58 .il ' x ' MR. and MRS. 2591 MAIN sweet 5 JOHN A. MAINIERO 5 STRATFORD 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 201 027' Trcadwa Inn "A Country Inn In The City" '0f01'0101-02f02f0'0H'02 f0"'0N0N-016N0"f0N0'1 99 EAST AVENUE NORWALK F. J. POWER, JR., Innkeeper All rooms with ceramic tiled combination tub and shower Q bath - individually controlled air conditionng - telephone 3 - tree TV - dining room - cocktail lounge - private dining 5 5 room - large parking area. 5 3 TEmpIe 8-5531 3 GOOD FOOD, DRINK 8. LODGING S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 307905101 'I2'l X UW J v 31 ,T Ll.-Tw 9101 C0102-01202 General lnsuro e WE ARRANGE COVERAGE FOR ANYTHING ANYWHERE ANYTIME BRADY BROKERAGE CORPORATION 56 BEAVER STREET NEW YORK 22 x0201f0Wf0w0W0'2 X?N0Q-0N0N0W0"-0N-0ff0v10YQ40'12?fQQ0N0'10W201101L0L0U102'4'110'401C0'-40N0fL0240M-0N-0'401f02'04f0110X 9 6 . I I U 5 Mamiero's Pickwick a leading resfauranf, where fradifionally Q fine food and service prevail 3 ' luncheon ' cocktails ' dinner Q dancing Safurday evenings privaie party facilifies . 5 FO 7-9341 5 R 1124 PEMBROKE STREET BRIDGEPORT 3 1 f11,fiN ky Alf bi 2 Ni 1 V 7 'J' pl 1 1 5,11 EIYQJVV 5' J ,ii t i . S '11 I-I fl' 'll Ml , X17 Ui! 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If J I L Q I E 5 M 7 D . 4, Inf I 3, .f 1 Q' ' V I L fp I III I " T 'V lg MTL, b V If I 'ft' 5 X A , I I I wf IA '- L -,f I-A 'If ' 2 D Yak' I - 3 CII S K - XY: '-xg - NMI EJ MI,NY,w E A 5 HX! I V. V W . K ' Ivan 91' .. . AX! 'VQQIWJ 'i if , fi 5 A TI , A-I U 'M 3' 3 .IF ' WIQ i Y, . If Complimenfs of Q 'Tux J' K! i I , V If V," ,JI "' ,pf 'N .V .X Ilya x 'xii 34 4 A. MR. and MRS. c. J. DEAN 5 I I S 9 3 5 9 5 9 5 2 E 5 6 6 5 2 DAVID WILLIAMS, INC. Q Q CONGRATULATIONS E Builder To THE 9 E CLASS OF 5 3 STRATFORD, CONN. 1958 5 3 ED 7-1368 DR 8-1985 5 E 5 S Q 5 Q 5 125 f0f0ff0v:02f0f0w0x0-f-0ff0f65C a0000o0w MJ W W A W A W 3 1 if Q WQNW6 Compliments of ca Friend of Lclurcllton 1 5C02l0X02f0f6I'0" '0v0f0w0vf0f0wf0w-0ff0w0f65C f055405 X FAH EY'S RUBBER 8. SPORTING GOODS 1792 BARNUM AVE. STRATFORD, CONN. Sporfing Goods - Foofballs Baseballs - Baslcef C1 balls Iso Rubber Boofs Raincoafs, efc. "For Qualify and Quick Service" UNITED REPRODUCTIONS Blue Prinfs Phofosfafs Van Dykes Whife Prinfs Offsef Prinfing Clofl1fC.B.1Reproducfions Camera Work-Film-Paper-Blo Prinfing Maferials All Work Confidenfial Tel. Ploneer 3-6734 OLD SOUTH STREET DANBURY, CONNECTICUT W-ups STRATFORD BEEF 8. PROVISION COMPANY 1670 SOUTH AVE. Wholesale 81 Refail Meals 7x0210161103C022-05'-0110102101l0v0Pl0bl0101Q01C0P17l0N7'0W10N01C740N0V0PC0N0X7L740Y0Pf0? 'I27 e0v0 l0Pf0N0X0V0v0vW20f0'l016K00'0N0N01'-0K0N02f02'0'1104f01'01f01404f0K01f0X01102'-02' 01401 K0"1?s01r.0v0'K02 71401101 'pw If jx 7 ,ua mf A QL f ,A 1 ,Aw few W0 f X XQMV yf Q 'X Y ' ,CQ 09 WW' NW 7 ,cb - ff ,fogf f MLK 0 141114 A, X6 g ,Mg , 5, N jd, W' C UC K' xg-SN j' MFL:-IE AMERICAN WINDSHIELD AND SPECIALTY co. MILFORD CONNECTICUT 1 8 f47" f0'1f0'40'N0x r02101f02f-02'-01'-0'2f0'161f02 f0v0N01 102'-02l0140N0'1'0v10f 170106162 62 '0"2f01101Q0110'2 X702 Phone EDison 7-4485 GEORGE vg SKELLY Real Esfcafe and Generol Insuronc "LeT George Do IT" George V. Skelly - Res. Phone ED. 7-3595 3589 MAIN STREET STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT Complimenfs of CARL H. GUNTHER A. GLORIA'S FARM MARKET BUILDER ir BosToN Posr ROAD 5555 MAIN STREET MII-FORD, CONN. TRUMBULL, CONNECTICUT Qualify Fruits 84 Vegefobles 'I29 x0'201'011-0v'0'K0'1 3 1 u gow -A 10614010401 -f0N0K0A0"-01 1010 5 9 9 5 9 5 5 S 9 5 9 Q 5 S 5 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 9 9 x ha N I .a ' J ' 44 K llimilndzaa f J ' 9 1 a I , , i I Phone Murray Hill 9-0250 WE BUY OUR UNIFORMS FROM COLLEGIATE OUTFITTING COMPANY School Uniforms 387 FOURTH AVENUE NEW YORK 16, NEW YORK , 30 2-0?0'2-0'2h-0X0 X91'01f0P10101'-05 10210-f01f0wf0w:0v'0wf02f0vf0165C 1026210 924024-02 General Elecfric Appliances CANDELORAS APPLIANCES CHEMICAL PLATING COMPANY Authorized Dealer Plumbing and Healing Confracf STRATFORD, CONN. 2067 BARNUM AVENUE STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT Phone EDison 7-1896 THE MONACO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Builders uk' BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT 131 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 102' X 40240202 6261202 40202 G02 102'-02'0'2'01'-0262402 W2 62102 20262 K02f02f02f-02'-0265 I 0 MW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 101'-0 102 6vf0120'22-01 0 0 E 0 0 T 0 W R H M w U 0 W P lm my W U 0 W m 3 M M 0 0 My 8 A D N W . M Q Lx J t HL w I 6 F I W W M M M W 0 M N m W Q f I M W D O R W m W 0 H Q W R F L01 1951 0 Wu? I 0 7 M V N 2 3 1 Congratulations on your being graduated f L It H II It d t Ife I FOIT1 in to have reached aura on a. 's a won eru this milestone and we Q hope you take advantage of the oppor- tunities that Iie ahead. SISK BROTHERS when ever your chosen field, may you be a source ot pride to your parents, teachers and community. I28 DWIGHT STREET NEW HAVEN II, CONN. MARY ROBERTS FASHION LANE 3582 MAIN STREET STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT THE DERBY COMMUTATOR COMPANY DERBY, CONNECTICUT THE SULLIVAN FLOWER SHOP JOHN J. SULLIVAN T240 POST ROAD fNext to Fairfield Post Otticej Fairfield, Connecticut 'I33 f0"0'f0"'01'0'0"0Y-0f0Y0N0X 1-010 -'01'01f0'0' 5'0" '-0240101 '-01 'Q'-01 S 9 5 5 I 9 9 9 S 5 I 6 5 9 5 5 9 3 9 6 5 9 5 I 9 5 S 5 9 5 9 5 5 S Complimenfs of MAIN HARDWARE T630 MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT Complimenfs of NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION CO. 251 STATE STREET EXTENSION BRIDGEPORT 13 X0'101l01f0'1WY0P T YWMQT X90 ?ow T254 F 25? Qi JN 020, 401610 101100110 Congrofulafions TO THE T958 GRADUATING CLASS MR. cmd MRS. FRANK J. MARCHESE '-020'-0X'0X0x0110 FOresf 8-9735 "Road Service' J-P SERVICE CENTER "Service Firs1" T182 FAIRFIELD AVE. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Mobil Gas - Mobil Oil Socony Producfs 35 Complimenfs of LEE DRUG CO. 402 f0200f02f47Y0K-01 x02-02f0N0Y0Y? -f0vf0210-f0f'0v:0110n0-10-f02faf65C FRANK HEALING Plumbing and Heczfing 74 FERRY BOULEVARD STRATFORD, CONN. ED. 7-7583 AM. 8-9547 Licensed by The Stone of Connecticut FILOSA CONVALESCENT HOME Supervised by BARBARA M. FILOSA, R.N. Posfopercrhve - Medical Ambulcifory - Semi-Ambulcifory 81 Refired Guesfs Telephone 8-7725 T3 HAKIM STREET DANBURY, CONNECTICUT 136 QJX -4-012-7 10510 f40P'0N7'-02 '0W0' f0"'01 10101101 f-01 DR. and MRS. MICHAEL A. DEAN FISHBEIN INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance - Real Estate Auto Financing 88 CENTER STREET WALLINGFORD, CONN. Phone Colony 9-4522 DOMINIC TURCO OLD and NEW Sanded - Waxed - Finished Stairs Restored Floor Cleaning Polishing Economy And Guaranteed Service Established Since T 929 T059 MERRITT STREET FAIRFIELD ED 5-3990 ROBERT F. FRITZ Plumbing - Tinning - Heating 325 HOMELAND STREET Bridgeport 4, Connecticut '-0P1-01-0'2f-0f0110210'1201f02f0'f'-01'01f0P0'f101f0v'02'-0'1 1-0X K0220'1101C0"'0X02 s0f'0Y-0N0Pf01'01'0'202f-0110'10f71020H0N0wL0X05 '0'10-'0Y0149'-ONQG-0'f40V-0f6X Complimenfs of DORAN BROTHERS, INC. DANBUIRY, CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT COKE Coal Oil Burners Coke Furnaces Fuel Oil 24 Hour Service BRIDGEPORT - HARTFORD - NEW HAVEN - SPRINGFIELD 138 1-6X X01f01'0'2f0v'-0V0'1 f0v'0f0vf02f-0201205104012-0142 among: '0X0'f'0"0K0'40'f405'-Q40H0R0f02101 E. S. ERNSTROM Painting - Decorahng Poperhcmging Anfique Wood Finishing 194 ALBERTA STREET FAIRFIELD, CONNECTICUT EDison 3-0638 47101101 Religious Arficles Church Goods AND CATHOLIC SUPPLY COMPANY CATHOLIC INFORMATION Phone EDison 3-7272 917 MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT 3, CONN. CENTER '05'-720450 Complimenfs of MR. and MRS. L. S. WILMOT, JR. PARRS CO. 1212 BARNUM AVE. STRATFORD, CONN. DR 8-3070 Aluminum Producis Windows, Doors, .lalousies i0'10"0N0N0v1-0'vl01f0N0N0'f0"'0N0N0f'0'K0'2 139 -aaa '62 0'l0N-02'0"0v'01f-04f7l0L0110v'-0N0'1f0"61 f016"-0N01f0"01'-0P'0'2f01l7f02f0w01' l'G0161401l0V01f0' 91402102 COLUMBIA CONSTRUCTION CO. Builders General Contract M. D. MASULLI Tel. EDison 9-2532 2235 MADISON AVENUE lCorner Merritt Streetj Bridgeport 6, Conn. Congratulations TO THE CLASS of 1958 JENEFER'S TOWN cInCI COUNTRY APPAREL "Known for Its Smartness and lndividuality" Phone TRinity 4-2435 NEW HAVEN AVENUE MiLEoRD, CONNECTICUT Congratulations and Good Luck REMINGTON RAND ELECTRIC SHAVER Division of Sp y R d Corporation 60 MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT 5191611012-72-02'02 W ' . I V ' 1 9 9 J , Q s WU!! nf, Y UNI, 5 f,i' ? 1" -' I' li !,,? V' X,-N . A 5 3 :W fllfvvf 1 if , ry! 'X ' s 'J "A 5 fl -' w. J' . If X AIIY If ', .' 0 fy ,fu X ff O ji: 9 'ln tw fcff .J ff uf S 6 f f I , I Jn , , I 5 I J ,D -' ' ' I f ' ff ,fs ' 'Lf' , flf 1 " 3 X' :fly VV D f fl ,I '13 ' jj, I J' '11 - . 3 jf ff if H ,,. Q, b 1,.' Q' s rf! Luis! ' 71. ' A uf 'I f ' 1 0,1 at If 5 1 1 -W, f A gf - f 3 M' 'ff F' w ,wwwww f 2 f rf 'ff II' 'W ff" V. Ill T' i fi L 5 ' 6 '! , gf", , f lg ' ' , a .Agfa . 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