Academy of Our Lady of Mercy - Lauralton Yearbook (Milford, CT)
- Class of 1959
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Cgaofe of ontents
Administration and Faculty
The Senior Class A
Supporters A ..
"Down the fair-chambered corridor of years,
The quiet shutting, one by one, of doors."
The years of life render themselves to form the treasured
volumes of daily acts and deeds, lined along the shelves of
memory. Bound by forgetfulness, they stand like closed doors,
until sweet recollection opens them, and scenes of days past
reappear. So, too, as you laid aside this cover, the door of
entry to rich, full years spent at Lauralton Hall has been re-
leased and stands ajar. Time hesitates, but will move, as the
leaves of this book, like so many days, are turned.
Through the casement, you will see those eager to learn,
seeking daily, with determination and a spirit of challenge,
the clarification of the old, and the penetration of the new.
You will watch the places where those happy hearts meet, to
accept, the incentive of assigned duties, and note how compan-
ionship, fun, and loving competition mingle in a way peculiar
to youth alone, in those who "with breathless anticipation hurry
toward shadowy arches . . . where, though all things differ, all
agree." A finely-woven spirit of loyalty, which hinders selfish
independence, supports generous individuality in those who,
in contributing to the whole, find that honest effort is its own
reward. The beautiful gift of delightful friendships is gently
bestowed upon them, unsuspectingly, until they find its need,
its warmth, or its call. He - Donor of all, Patron of all, the
Ideal Friend, Father of Friendship, Aide, Scholar, Director -
is there, everywhere, penetrating, unseen, silent and constant.
As you look on in this incorporation of thoughts, facts, and
lives, see how He and that spirit of loyalty and that gift of
friendship permeate all, contributing to the climax of a year,
our year, a phase of youth, or of youth itself.
The cover eventually comes to be closed, the door of
memory latched in the wake of new horizons, but return is
not limited to thought alone. He Who gave us behind the
doors of Lauralton Hall the opportunity to write our script,
and to act our part, will surely guide our steps back to that
familiar door. So, too, when "down the fair-chambered corri-
dor of years, the quiet shutting, one by one, of doors" has finally
ceased, may He guide our steps through one last Open Door.
THE AUXILIARY BISHOP
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Senior Religion Teacher
FATHER'S F REQUENT
"Ir is not enough for a Christian simply
to share His lifeg she must live His lifeg
she must think and love even as Christ."
To you, Sister Mary Bartholomew, the portress of our fledgling days at Lauralton
we gratefully and lovingly dedicate the LAURALTON of 1959.
We have truly appreciated the sincere interest and enthusiasm, the wit and wisdom,
and the tireless effort with which you helped us to emerge as seniors. That you have
won o h ' ' ' '
ur earts in the educating and developing process, this book is testimony.
In four short years, the door has swung wide open and already we begin to look
ack and we want to express to you all that has been left unsaid For th h
. e appiness of
humor, for the inspiration of goodness, for your cheerful striving to help us to know
ourselves and God - our love and gratitude always.
THE TABERNACLE DOGR
"He . . . is there . . . silent and constant."
eZJmz'nz'stratz'on and Jaculty
SISTER M. NATALIE
ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF MERCY
For you, undoubtedly the most interestin s '
, g ections of this Yearbook are its array of
varied ictures and its multiforms of auto ra hed reetin s.
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arise as you gaze and re-gaze at The Laumlton, 1959.
Memories will constantly
Woven with these memories will be thoughts of a former Pri ' l
ncipa - yours for three
years. May you ever uphold the standard h'
s w ich Sister Mary Bartholomew set before
you, often recalling one of her directions, "Be yourself
- at your best."
My personal wish for each of you is for successful living. Successful, in that you may
joyously follow the Lord's will in whatever way it may be presented to you. Such living
will bring true happiness both in this life and in the next.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
,dgazes W Olwllvieef
Sister M. Natalie
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MOTHER M. RINALDO
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SISTER M. VINCENT de PAUL
MISS CATHERINE DONNELLY, R.N.
SISTER M. ELVIRA
Directress of Missions
SISTER MARIA BEATRICE
Sister M. Patricius and Sister M. Corona confer on a business matter
SISTER M. CORONA
MRS. ELIZABETH MARX
SISTER M. ANNINA
SISTER EDNA MARIE
SISTER M. AMANDA
SISTER M. FRANCIS RAPHAEL
Mrs. Starrett and Sister Maria Beatrice consult lists
for the inclusion of new books for required reading.
MRS. DOROTHY STARRETI'
MISS NANCY LaROCHE
SISTER PETER MARIE
SISTER CLARE MARIE
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MRS. MARY ANN FERRO
SISTER MARTIN MARIE
Religion, Mathematics leaf through a Spanish magazine.
Mother M. Rinaldo and Sister M. Therese
viiss McKinley, Miss Maznicki, Miss Conroy, Miss Fogarty relax
n the teachers' lounge. Knitting helps to solve knotty problems.
SISTER M. THERESE
MISS CHRISTINE MAZNICKI
MISS CATHERINE McKlNLEY
French, Democracy .
MRS. MURIEL McDONALD
SISTER M. CORITA
MISS MARIETTA CONROY
MISS JOAN COLEMAN
June 19, 1958
SISTER MARY EDMUND
who, as Principal of Lauralton Hall, guided
the destinies of our school from 1938 to 1952.
During our sophomore year, in the confusing world of Euclid, we found and
loved the gentle kindness and deep concern for our welfare that lay just beneath
the dignified and somewhat stern exterior of Sister Mary Edmund. How her firm
hands often steadied ours in our shaky attempts to manipulate the blackboard
compass! There were flashes of wit in her remarks and an obvious devotion to duty
in her teaching. But she taught us more than geometry, for she epitomized the
valiant woman of whom the Bible says, "Strength and Beauty are her clothing
. . . let her works praise her!"
Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon her.
I'tgCH11ZClf1OI'lS . . companionship, fun and loving competition
mingle in 21 way peculiar to youth alone."
Lauralton's Sodality is not simply an organizationg
it is a way of life. As such it holds a key position
at Lauralton and only students who have completed
a probationary period of one year may be admitted.
Weekly meetings help the members to live more
fully the Sodality way of life which consists of per-
sonal sanctification, devotion to Mary, and defense of
The Apostolic, Marian, Eucharistic, and Publicity
Committees plan several meetings during the year in
order to acquaint the other Sodalists with their proj-
ects. Among these are devotion to the family rosary,
keeping Christ in Christmas, and promoting interest
in good literature. The May crowning climaxes the
Sodality year at Lauralton.
Although Sodalists cannot entirely fulfill their
role as defenders of the Church while they are yet
students, they are given the basis for future endeavors
and a promise of privileges, indulgences, and other
special graces throughout their membership in the
Sodality, their way of life.
Prefect Margaret O'Neill talks over Sodality plans with
assistants, Maureen Reardon and Ellen Dunleavy.
Seniors voice enthusiasm as they
chat with Sister Maria Magdalen
after a meeting. Standing: Maureen
Reardon, Sharon Thaler. Seated:
Rosemary Green, Sandra Gadus.
Early in the year newcomers to Lauralton are introduced
to the Tarcisians. Everyone participates in this activity by
being a Christ-bearer, as the name implies. The main objec-
tive is apostolicity - to foster devotion to the Sacred Heart,
in school, at home, and in the country.
Each year an enthronement in every classroom and in
chapel helps to bring the apostles of the Social Reign closer
to the Sacred Heart. Monthly, the Tarcisians spend their "Half-
hour with jesus," their purpose being reparation for the sins
of mankind and increase of Catholic Action. Other Tarcisian
practices are the daily renewal of the Act of Consecration and
frequent aspirations to the Sacred Heart.
Perhaps the most important phase of Tarcisian activity
is their extensive work to urge enthronement in their own
homes, and the homes of others. All is done "To win more
hearts to love Thee."
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"Yes, Thou must reign,
the Sovereign King of nations."
"We . . . consecrate our school,
our work, our future . .
"Bless Thou our homes, where Thou dost reign
as King." L. to R.: Anne, Mrs. Reardon, Maureen
'59 fco-editor of Higbligbttj, Sheila, Tom, Paul,
Mr. Thomas ,Reardon.
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As Senior Mission Representatives Mary-Bridget Lenihan, Carole Freeman,
Maureen Trent and Sally Duggan cut and package cancelled stamps with Sister
M. Elvira, they perform a "labor of love."
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Lauralton students, at the urging of their Mission Representatives,
spend some of their spare time collecting stamps, holy pictures, etc.
This missionary spirit also finds all-out expression on Mission Day,
when the girls assume the roles of clerks, cooks, seamstresses and carni-
val barkers. About a month before the big day, students are accosted
by eager-eyed pals extolling the merits of "john Henry," a Perry Como
album or a stucly lamp. On Mission Day itself, booths are set up
where all types of merchandise are sold. Excitement reaches a high
pitch shortly after three when the names for door prizes and raffles
are drawn. Many a lucky girl goes home with a cooked ham, a center-
piece, or a floppy-eared stuffed animal half as big as herself.
You will find amid pepita seeds,
castanets, and vividly colored Indian
blankets, the members of the Span-
ish Club. In this setting, under the
direction of Mother M. Rinaldo, the
organization endeavors to gain fuller
understanding of the customs and
the way of life of our Spanish-speak-
By this remote association with
Spain, members of the club have
come to know and appreciate the
outstanding hgures, the cultural
achievements, and the historical
grandeur of Spain.
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"On patle Francais ici," is the unofficial motto
of the Lauralton French Club. At the monthly meet-
ings, members get a chance to try out in real con-
versations all those irregular verbs that they have
been struggling with. Interest in France, her people,
her customs, and her culture is continually stimulated
through songs, games, records, and an occasional dra-
matic production by its members.
"Nosotros, Alumnas de
pafiol -" Judy Homorsl
Karen Kleinhagen - O1
cers of the Spanish Club.
"Nous, les etudiants de fran-
cais," Lorraine Jarusinsky,
Maureen Moriarity, and Gail
Sullivan - Officers of the
Cqdufure cgeacfzers of Ellerlicfl
The future holds much for the prospective
"What we learn today, we teach tomorrow." Peggy O'Neil, Eleanor
Russo, Sharon Thaler - Officers of the Future Teachers of America
teachers from Lauralton Hall. These girls are
being prepared, through their club, for the pro-
fession which they have chosen to follow.
Miss McKinley has assisted the girls in learn-
ing classroom techniques and in using audio-visual
skills, in choosing teachers' colleges, and in clari-
fying the principles of the teacher-student rela-
Further plans for the F.T.A. include actual
demonstration of prepared lessons by the mem-
bers, and possible aid to the faculty in various
F.T.A. is a new club at Lauralton, but we
hope it will prove its worth both now and in
Leno, LET me vmrue
of Thy Holy Spinit descend
on these books 3 let' Ltfpurzify,
bless, and sanctify them eeee
Sweetly enlcglxten the beams'
of those who stead. them, imp-anti
their: time sense to them. Grunt'
us also to be faithful to the-'
prcecepts emanating fiom Thy Lighcj
Ln accomplishing them by good
wonks, acconcling to Th-y Will
Our library, a repository of knowledge
and culture, is a highly valued and much
frequented spot. Due to the concentrated
efforts of the Library Club, the walls are
lined with well-chosen books, neatly organ-
ized and easy to find. Their efforts toward
order are well rewarded by the relieved
countenances of girls discovering how rela-
tively uncomplicated research can be at
Films and slides also fall under the club's
jurisdiction, for as the library itself expands,
the activities of its club increase, thus allow-
ing every student to exercise her privilege of
using her library "for delight, for ornament,
and for ability."
Pamphlets, Periodicals, Papers, Perseverance find the answer to the question for Denise Hutchison,
' ' ' 'tl d b Sister Maria Beatrice.
Pat Gaffney and Bom Carbonc, an e y
Ordering pamphlets are Ann Deroy and Judy Pinto, while Pat Muratori prcpares
Frances Tynan '60
Sandra Pickett '62
Joyce Callahan '6l
obatm plans Qnponsor
Psyche prepares to go forth to her mysterious husband's
home, while her parents and sisters grieve. L. to R.: Carleen
Gunther, Klara Kronenberger, Mary Trautman, Mary Mi-
haley, Maureen Moriarty.
Psyche CCarleen Guntherj awakens
Cupid QGail Sul1ivan.j
Dance of the butterflies, as Psyche is transported to the
realm of the gods. L. to R.: Kathy Coviello, Maryella
Treadwell, Kathy Kiasky, Chris Deliee, Marguerite Ryan,
Rosa DeLauro, Gail Mario, Patricia Wedemeyer, Jane Novey.
Standing in back: Gail Sullivan, Carleen Gunther.
Roman banquet - Cleansing be-
fore the Jerunda mema. Slave
Lorna Bosses. Guests, L. to R.: Car-
leen Gunther, Marguerite Ryan
Maureen Doran, Kathy Coviello
Sandy Matis, Bonnie Dubinsky.
Fashion Show - The morning of the wedding. The bride goes forth to meet the groom
L. to R.: Kathy Coviello, Patricia Rapp, Elizabeth Morgan, Elise Soderberg Sue Mullen
Marguerite Ryan, Deborah McKay, Rosa DeLauro, Maureen Doran.
Who says Latin is a dead language? Activities
of Lauralton's Latin Clubs prove otherwise. Monthly
meetings include dramatizations, games and lectures,
all centered about the culture of ancient Rome. The
year is appropriately climaxed by Latin Week which
gives club members the opportunity to "do as the
Romans do" through participation in a play, a fashion
show and a banquet, all in true Roman style.
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Sophomore year we sang of Bernadette . . . Principals: Sandra Gatlus
Carole Freeman, Sheila Callahan, Virginia Lane, Frances DeLuca, Ellen
Tristine, Carol Lombardi.
"Our voices keep tune . . . "Equally adept at singing
and at administration are Donna Toczko, Kathy
Ogrien, and Sfifldfa Gadus - S2Ili0f Choral Club Senior year we sang of the Nativity. Portraying the
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cers Blessed Virgin, Patricia Murphyg St. joseph, Eleanor
Russog Angel Gabriel, Donna Toczko. Lauralettes
in the background.
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"Work fascinates usg we can look at it for hours." Laumlton Literary Stat? - standing, L. to R.:
Liz Schaefer, Cathy Downey Cco-editorj, Amy Dudek, Marguerite Dunigan, Martha Sullivan,
Karen Kleinhagen, Ronnie Loughlin, Barbara Kennedy. Seated: Mary Anne Tynan, Maureen
O'Brien Cco-editorj, Maureen Reardon, Lorraine jarusinsky. iabsent when picture was taken, '
OUR ART STAFF - Gerry Foucault, Helen Kisiel, Beth Lomazzo CArt Editorj
and Gay Ryan - consider possible cover designs for the Laumlton.
Pat Maher, Maureen O'Brien,
Beth Lomazzo, Mary Sue Car-
roll are ready to leave for the
yearbook meeting at Storrs.
Mr. Maher, Pat's father, was
the competent chauffeur.
BUSINESS STAFF in action, L. to R., Seated: Adele Zelich, Mary Sue Carroll Cco-editorj, Cathy
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atty Maher Cco editorj, Kathy DeMar, Carole Freeman, Frances DeLuca.
"Business before pleasure."
Lanralfon Typing Staff, L. to
R.: Marion Onorato, Teresa
Teodosio, Diane Szabo, Frances
l What does THE LAURALTON mean to you? We, the
members of THE LAURALTON staff, have tried to make it a
chronicle, sparkling with the memories of your years here. You
and your friends, your clubs and activities, all have a special place
in this book because they all have a special place in your heart.
To us, THE LAURALTON means ideas accepted and re-
jected, lay-outs planned, deadlines met or not met, rendezvous
with Mr. Preim, ads procured, bills typed, and free periods given
over to the job of deciphering the often illegible handwriting
of the literary staff. It means the delightful sense of accomplish-
ment that comes from having worked well with our fellow students.
Here is the finished product - the publication of the year.
We hope we have succeeded in our task and have given you a
yearbook whose pages you will enjoy turning, now and in the
years to come.
ifhcers of the Dramatic Club meet to discuss plans for the
ear. L. to R.: Ellen Dunleavy, Carleen Gunther, Donna
oczko, Rosemary Green.
PARADE AT DEVIL'S BRIDGE. The Peddler: "Come
on, now, pretty one . . .With me, you don't risk falling."
Ellen Dunleavy, Linda Peck, Pat Horvath.
Father Kado fCathy Callahanjz "If I build this bridge, I shall be the
Hrst to pass over it." The Cat fCarleen Guntherbz "A droll idea, sir."
The bit of Bernhardt that is found in
many a Lauralton lady is given an opportunity
for expression through the dramatic club.
"Our Lady's Jesters" also have a bright array
of behind-the-sceners working to make a
presentation perfect in its costumes and stage
"Our Lady's jesters" also have a bright array
At least twice a year, usually at Christmas
and during the spring, the blue curtain of
Claven Auditorium rises on dramatic pres-
entations. Nineteen-fifty-nine's presentation
was a three-act play, "The Smallest of All,"
which boasted an innovation - male drama-
Although the jesters may never make
a hit on Broadway, or even in New Haven,
they certainly have captured the spirit of
show business and have lived up to their
motto: "For the glory of God and the joy
of His creatures."
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Editorial Board admires finished product at last! Seated, L. to R.: Maureen Reardon, Klara
Kronenberger, Frances DeLuca, Roberta Gallagher, Sharon Thaler. Standing, L. to R.: Kathy
O'Brien, Lorraine jarusinsky, Cathy Downey, Mary Anne Tynan, Martha Brown, Karen
Kleinhagen, Gail Sullivan, Celine Malisek.
"You have to give a little, take a little . . Co-Editors Roberta
Gallagher and Maureen Reardon with Mrs. Dorothy Starrett,
I keep six honest serving-men,
They taught me all I knew,
Their names are "what" and "why" and "when"
And "how" and "where" and "who"
Higloliglazr staff strives to incorporate the five w's and
the h into all "the news that's fit to print." The reporters
who gather the news, the editors who shape it, the copy
staff who correct it, the typists who ready it for the printer
- all are vital in making Highlights. There may be
sticky fingers from Elmer's glue, or galleys printed upside
down, but nothing mars the joy of a Higbliglozr girl when
she sees the final edition.
Higloliglazr, a quarterly, is published at Thanksgiving,
Christmas, Easter and Graduation. It belongs to three
press associations: The Catholic, The Connecticut Scho-
lastic, and The Quill and Scroll.
Sure we know. It's a press con-
ference at Storrs. Highlights staff
members, L. to R.: Maureen
Reardon, Cathy Downey, Rob-
erta Gallagher, Kathy O'Brien,
Klara Kronenberger, Mrs. Dor-
, othy Starrett. tMissing when
' picture was taken, Mary Anne
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At Lauralton, the Student Council is a big organ-
ization. It covers many areas, but its purpose can
best be explained briefly by the Preamble in the
handbook: "to promote the best interests of our school
and to instill the highest spirit of loyalty in the
A blue and white armband signifies that the
wearer is a student council representative. She is a
girl whom freshmen fear, sophomores envy, juniors
obey and seniors have learned to respect.
But these "reps" are more than proctors in an
orderly studyg they are more than competent trafiic
ofificersg they are the bass notes of a song supplement-
ing and enriching the harmony of the school. And
as an added high note in this harmony, they sponsor
an annual dance, which makes the song doubly en-
joyable both for themselves and for the juniors and
The Student Council's finest - comrades in leadership.
Mary Weldon, Sharon Thaler, Barbara Kennedy, Celine
Our Student Council Representatives
stand at attention. L. to R.: Michele
Mark, Sandy Harkins, Wendy Ross,
Marie Lupoli, Ellen Dunleavy, Veronica
Loughlin, Karen Kleinhagen, Ellen Tris-
tine, Joyce Calovine, Barbara Vincent,
Kathy Lally, Marjorie Coughlin.
"Goodness! That sounds serious!" is what these senior "reps" seem to be thinking.
I.. to R., Second Row: Ellen Dunleavey, Maureen Gleason, Ellen Tristine, Miss Christine
Maznicki, Sister Mary Natalie. L. to R., First Row: Karen Kleinhagen, Veronica Loughlin,
Sharon Thaler. Standing: President, Barbara Kennedy.
Gary Minie, Gail Gallagher,
Lori Gartlner, johnny Shall.
Ellen Tristine, Tim
Gay Ryan, jerry Barrett, Marguerite
Fetlerowicz, jimmy Strauss, Sandra
Gadus, Kenny Camarro, Marguerite
Dunigan, Glenn Barber.
2orge Schilling, Maureen Lynch, Josephine Tucci, Charles Luciano,
tricia Muratori, Gary Phillips, Judy Pinto, Paul Caple.
Ryan, Kathleen Dc-Mar, Peter Fox, Frances DeI.uca, jack Maher
john Poussner, Donna Toczko, Elena
Lawton, Charles Brooker Allen.
Every student at Lauralton Hall
is a member of our Athletic Asso-
ciation. It presents to us a well-
rounded program of sports during
the year. In the fall speed' ball
reignsg winter brings volleyball,
calisthenics, and basketball, while
spring heralds the approach of ten-
nis and softball.
The AA arranges intramural
games, Blue-White games, tennis
and badminton tournaments and
the popular Faculty-Varsity games.
Through its activities, the asso-
ciation strives to instill in all mem-
bers a true Christian spirit of fair
play, sportsmanship and co-opera-
AA OFFICERS- Seated: McGee Ryan, Secretary, Patty Maher, Vice-President. Standing
h l d Miss Mari
Maggie Dunigan, White Captain, Marion Onorato, Co-Captain of C eer ea ers, ..
Costantini, Advisor, Rosemary Green, President, Gail DeMarco, Co-Captain of Cheerleader
Boni Carbone, Blue Captaing Joanne Puccio, Treasurer.
Standing: Co-Captains - Marion Onorato and Gail DeMarco. Seated: Mary Lou Dinan. Mona
Kamykowski, Judy Cholko, Virginia Noia, Sue McEnerney, Pat Scherer, Alyce Harkin, Barbara
Kennedy, Denise Hutchison, Sandy Matis.
Adding pep, color, spirit and vocal support to the varsity games and pep
our cheerleaders are an especially school-spirited group. We owe them a debt of grati-
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tude for their unselfish, untiring efforts in rallying school spirit and cheering our g
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Kneeling: Kathy Coviello, Manager, Ellen Dunleavey, Mary
Ellen Healy, Rosemary Green, Bonnie Dubinsky, Lorna Bosses,
Louise Garafalo, Carleen Gunther, Sue Burk, Peggy O'Neill,
Manager. Standing: Eleanor Russo, Kathy Lally, Rosa De-
Lauro, Marleen Matyszewski, Sue Nowicki, Mary Trautman,
Co-Captains Maggie Dunigan and Sharon Thaler, Elise Soder-
berg, Judy McKeon, Patty Maher, Maureen Lynch, McGee
Ryan, MaryLou Tarasovic.
The top of the athletic tree at Lauralton is mem-
bership on a varsity team. Our varsity program is
twofold, with held hockey and basketball as the inter-
scholastic competitive sports. The members of the
varsity are selected by our coach, Miss Costantini,
after a series of tryouts. Members devote two nights
a week to practice and improvement of the skills of
The varsities give their all to bring honor and
glory to God and to Lauralton on the hockey field
and the basketball court.
Kneeling' Louise Garafalo Elise Soderberg Wend Ro S
. , , y ss, ue Carroll, MaryLou Tarasovic, McGee Ryan, Sue Nowicki
Andrea Sanraniello, Cathy Callahan and Rosemary Green, Mary Trautman, Agnes Semple, Sandy Pickett, Sue Seleski
Co-captainsg Carleen Gunther, Sue Burk, Mary Nelson Stand Eleanor Russo Mar Weld M Ell
. - , y on, ary en Healy, Manager
ing: Barbara Vincent, Manager, Marleen Matyszewski, Mary
"A bird in the hand Ceramics club olhcers are Barbara
Neary, Kathy Turner, Barbara Vincent, Joanne Tucci.
An easel and a paint brush are the trademarks
of an art club member. At a quick glance around
the room, one discovers the hidden "masterpieces"
which reside in this art gallery.
With its aim to foster the latent talent of
l.auralton's budding artists, the club encourages
girls to "take a pencil and draw with me."
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Deep in the cutacombr we Find the treasure
trove of the Ceramics Club, It is here that Margies,
Santas and platters are shaped, scraped, colored,
glazed and fired until they take on a luster almost
life-like. Here they wait upon the shelves of the
room until they are finally taken home by some
proud "creator" who has watched their evolution
from crude plaster to cherished things of beauty.
Fine Arts Club Officers: Martha Brown,
Gerry Foucault, Pat Yablonicky.
Innovations are always welcome! The stimulating new
LAURALTON HISTORY CLUB is Fine evidence of this.
Under the guidance of Miss Maznicl-ai, students delve
more deeply into the controversial matters of years past.
Inquiring minds are encouraged to find the answers, the
why's and wherefore's of the most interesting, most
thought-provoking questions in history. The club's
monthly meetings are anticipated with due eagerness. The
girls are pleasantly surprised that their research and dis-
cussion often uncover the real story of what happened
when - or the fascinating details the textbook omitted.
All in all, the L.H. History Club has helped to make an
interesting subject doubly enjoyable.
Miss Maznicki and Mary Ann Tynan
decide on program for next meeting.
, 5 2 Ct!-Uflitlbsf . . a finely woven spirit of loyalty
'The class that prays together
tays together." Seniors are
orming for rosary with the
Senior year came upon us quickly, quietly, catching us unawares. ln the rush of
back-to-school days we had little time to think ahead, to ponder over what our lives
would be after commencement. Then came the tranquillity of our retreat, a time to
empty ourselves of all else to make room for God. In His presence we saw more clearly
than before what God, in His goodness, had chosen for us. For three days we talked
with Him, sometimes alone, and sometimes with Mary. We listened to His suggestions,
and with His guidance made decisions. lt was a time of closer union with God, for it
was our last retreat at Lauralton, perhaps our last retreat anywhere.
Strengthened and enlightened by our retreat, we took away with us this promise
of loving help: "I am the Way and the Truth and the Life."
Father Kelly's joke is appreci
ated by these smiling seniors
L. to R.: Maureen Trent, Mary
Ellen Healy, Pat Maher Pat
Muratori, Judy Pinto, Barbara
Sister M. Amanda, Mother M. Rinaldo,
Sister Agnes Marie, Sister M. Corona.
The sisters who teach religion also act as guidance
counsellors and faculty advisers.
Sister Clare Marie, Sister M. Annina,
Sister M. Corita, Sister Martin Marie.
Sister M. Patricius, Sister Peter Marie,
Sister Maria Magdalen, Sister M. Therese.
Poised for a take-off at 100 words
per minute are the Business Club
ofhcers - Gail DeMarco, Denise
Hutchison, Maureen Trent and
Frances Lukas - with Sister M.
Corona at the controls.
Bookkeeping! will it ever balance?
L. to R.: Denise Hutchison, Maur-
een Trent, Connie Koons. Back
Row: Ellen Tristine, Barbara
Naylor, Mary Jean Buckley.
The third floor houses a very important department at Lauralton, the Business
Department. Here, the future secretaries learn the skills which will make them an asset
to the business world. Besides shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, and filing, the girls
learn secretarial training. This art of handling people and situations requires as much
skill as the manipulation of the mimeograph, the dictaphone, the comptometer, and
the electric typewriter. Versatility is the word for the modern secretary.
The teletrainer teaches the business
girls that there is a technique in-
volved even in answering the tele-
phone. Barbara Brady, Geraldine
Foucault, Mary jane Gotsch, Mar-
lene Bonitatibus, Gail DeMarco,
In the guise of the homemaking depart-
ment, Lauralton Hall has certainly been in-
vaded by the Betty Crocker spirit. This year,
gleaming kitchen units, which might aptly
"We may live without friendsg we ma'
live without booksg but civilized man ma'
not live without cooks," and so Sister Mari,
Magdalen encourages Judy Vitello ani
Marcia Tarasovic in the useful att of cook
These sophomores prepare for a transformation ro rival Better Homer and Garden:
L. to R.: Gretchen Lane, Betty Spodnick, Barbara Buckman, Pat Murphy.
be called an answer to any womans prayer,
are gracing the newly decorated culinary
From the kitchen ovens releasing dis-
tractingly delicious aromas, to the rooms
under re-decoration, to the hum of sewing
machines fashioning styles which threaten
to rival Fifth Avenue creations, Lauralton
abounds with evidences of the "home ec"
The Finished Product - Kathy Lally fright,
puts finishing touches on the bed while jean
Audisio Cleftj puts finishing touches on
herself. Joyce Corriveau Clefrj approves o
the transformation, Susan Seleski Kback,
looks for further ideas.
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"More men are killed by overwork than the im-
portance of the work justifies." But Sandra Gadus,
Cathy Duignan and Ann Deroy do not agree. They
are looking for more work as they study the
English IV assignments on the bulletin board.
"So you say T. S. Eliot wrote 'O world, I cannot
hold thee close enough?" asks Sister Peter Marie,
Sophomores paraphrase Shakespeare and "thereby hangs a tale" - Mrs. Starrett, Renee Melillo,
Carol Czaplinski, Sandy Harkins. Seated: Joy Williams, Mona Kamykowski.
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"O Rome! My country' City of my soul' are the yoyous words of Rosa DeLauro Elise Soderburg
Agnes Semple, Miss Conroy Klara Kronenberger and Gail Sullivan Miss Conroy is responsible
for their enthusiasm
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"France has more need of me than
I of France." Napoleon's opinion is
not shared by Karen Edwards, Miss
McKinley, Sue Casey or Linda Peck.
"By listening to this record, girls
we can learn the 'jarabe Tapatio','
Mother Rinaldo tells Pat Sherer
Sue Nowicki, Mary Ella Treadwell
Experiment - the life blood of
cience. Sister M. Amanda watches
Say Ryan, Sandra Gadus, jean-
:tte Soares, and Martha Brown.
We re really getting quite professional about this
think Fran Teodosio Fran Tynan Elaine Rutkow
sky Babs Wardell Wendy Ross Carolyn Dzurka
Millicent Meunrer as they offer contributions to
"There is no royal road to geometry," say
Euclid, Sister Martin Marie, and sophomores,
Barbara Blohm and Heather Scott.
"That if right, isn't it?" asks Gail Molloy
of Miss Fogarty as Adele Zelich, Marianne
Dolan, and Rosa DeLauro view the process.
A good Catholic is a good citizen. So Lauralton's historians
learn the facts about their candidates from Miss Maznicki.
Miss LaRoche remarks "Just because you never
heard of it doesn't mean it doesn't exist."
To see is to believe, so Freshmen through balance learn the truth
of equations in Algebra I class. Marilyn Quilty, Diane Mario,
Michele Iorillo and Debbie Boyle.
Sister Maria Beatrice helps Patricia Nardi improve he
reading speed with the new SRA Reading Accelemtov
Christmas trees, snow lakes, and elves . . .
Peter Fasold, Rosemary Green,
Maureen Lynch, Roger Carroll.
Bob Wendell, Nancy Jennings, Cathy Duignan,
Jerry Barrett, Agnes Scanlon, Michael Culhane.
The receiving line: Dick Peckham, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawton, Elena Lawton, Mike Melody,
Marianne Dolan, Kenny lngraham, Mr. and
Seated: Lorraine Pell, john Ricci, Judy Mar,
tin, Fred Ferrace, Shirley Rauson. Standing:
Bob Sobolewski, Don Brunetto, Mary Ann
Salce, Pat Yablonicky, Bob Federowicz.
U1 a' a cl
arty resses, ates, an music . ..
Cathy Callahan and Bob Cleary visit
the Crib before the Christmas Dance.
n ' if
George Gomperts, Maureen O'Brien,
Maureen Reardon, Pete Seaholm.
Beth Lomazzo, Kenny Ingraham, Marianne
Dolan, Tony Unger, Elke Bonn, Marshall Bas-
sick, Rosann Cacace, Ralph Jensen, and Ronnie
Cathy Callahan, Bob Cleary, Mary Ellen Healy,
Mike Hayes, Rosemary Green, Pete Fasold,
Mary Lou Tarasovic, Bob Holmgren, Maureen
Lynch, Roger Carroll, Ellen Dunleavey, jim
lt's Magic" was the theme - and
t war magic as the memory of our
Ihristmas dance found its way into
he hearts of starry-eyed seniors.
Connie Ahern, Mary Sue Carroll,
Tom Pascal, Carole Freeman,
Jerry Scully, Helen Kisiel.
John Lesko, Ginny Stroh, Cathy Callahan, Bob Cleary, Peggy
O'Neill, Charles Murphy. Seated: Mary-Bridget Lenihan
and George Connelly.
Lee Kuckro, Sharon Thaler,
Judy Homorsky, Warren Hyer.
, johnny Grimes, Kathy Scott, Ginny Bonney, Bob Lymar
5 Marleen Matszewslci, Bob Popp.
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Blessing of the rings -- "O God, by whose word all things
are made holy, pour down Thy blessing on these rings . .
Could it be true? Had our class rings really
arrived? The long-awaited day had come and we
were attentively, yet anxiously, listening to Father
Sherer's reminder that our beautiful school ring
was "the symbol not of our loyalty to the school,
but rather to the principles that the school
teaches." And then Father called each senior's
name, and we knelt at the altar rail, our student
council ofhcers placed the rings on our lingers
and we returned - some smiling, some serious,
and a few with unexpected tears - to out places
in the chapel. Here we knelt, bound together by
a golden band of loyalty, friendship and sincere
joy. Yes, we were finally the senior class - the
class of '59!
Seniors smile cheerfully, some tearfully, over a blessed symbol of accomplishment - their rings!
L. to R.: Ellen Tristine, Frances DeLuca, Barbara Naylor, Dorothy Murray, Donna Toczko, Mar- 49
ln sophomore year these eleven
First put this uniform on . . ,
larbara Kennedy, Beth Lomazzo, Ronnie Loughlin, Maureen Reardon,
'eresa Teodosio, Marleen Matyszcwski, Gerry Foucault, Kathy DeMar,
irances Lukas, Fran DcLuca. CMissing from picture, Betty Abhottj.
New London to Milford 2 65 miles X 2 trips per day
D X 180 days a year X 4 years 1 93,600 miles 1 Carol
Sullivan's thirst for education!
did meet. Boni Carbone, Marion Onorato, Maureen
Gleason - Easton, Beth Lomazzo
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Qf tgnterest to enriors
In junior year came another seven,
And in senior year came Elke Bonn!
Cathy Connelly, Elke Bonn, Amy Dudek, Martha Sullivan, Pat Gaffney,
Diane Szabo, Judi Perislcy, Mary-Bridget Lenihan.
SOMETHING OLD . . .
CDonna Toczko in old uniform.J
SOMETHING BORROWED . . .
fWe'rc' sorry to see her go, but in August, Germany will claim our
exchange student, Elke Bonn.J
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SOMETHING NEW . . .
CSaddle shoes and lipstick replace oxfords and anemic lips.Q
SOMETHING BLUE . . .
fRosann Cacacc, a blue girl in a blue uniform, casts
"one longing, lingering look behind."j
"Highlights covers everything from club meet-
ings to hula-hooping at pajama parties," says
Seniors look through catalogs in the Career
Room. Seated: Helen Kisiel, Carole Freeman,
Shirly Rauson. Standing: Martha Sullivan,
Judy Homorsky, Joyce Santorelli.
With parents by our side, we entered the audi-
torium, and then . . . foreshadowing the future, we
left them to take our separate places. The auditorium
was divided - students up frontg parents apart, fac-
ing us. The future loomed in the minds of both
parents and students!
Then we spoke, and they listened. With full
hearts, we tried to tell them of our thanks. Along
with thanksgiving, other feelings well up - unex-
pressed emotions of "growing up," "facing new hori-
zons," "making decisions - alone."
Our new thoughts formed on Senior-Parent Night
were to last the year long. This night was the be-
ginning of the end of our high school years. As the
year progressed, these feelings turned to ideas, ideas
to plans, plans to action. Action directed us first to
the chapel for an earnest prayer for guidance, then to
the career room. Motivated by the nearness of our
future, we spent odd moments there with college cata-
logs and scholarship programs as our companions.
What to do? Where to go?
We, whose biggest problem had been "What to
wear on Saturday night," were now plotting the course
for our future. In the quietness of the career room,
Life unfolded its many promises.
We have traveled down one path, another is ahead.
It's not too far away. Yet all the hope and excitement
cannot quite extinguish a pain of loss of something
L. to R.: Elise Soderberg, Louise Garofalo,
Barbara Carroll, Marie Piccolo.
L. to R: Gale Dolney, Margaret O'Neil,
jean Audisio, Susan Burk.
L. to R.: Sharon Kopchik, Patricia Nardi
Sandra Corris, Marie Michucla.
., M.. - W .. avr-uiuqw 'sw
L. to R., First Row: Marilyn Quilty, Loyola Welsh, Patricia Nartli, Pamela Sherwood, Carole
Wise. Second Row: Donna Oddie, Patricia Poster, Sylvia Zunin, Kathleen McMahon. Third
Row: Beverly McCarthy, Roberta Wojcicki, Phyllis Murphy, Margo von Elling.
L. to R., Back Row: joan Savage,
Mary Lou Serrirella, Caroleann
Metz, Alma Munson, Mary-Ann
Laydon, Roberta Mark, Sandra
Pickett. Front Row: Lois Sur-
galis, Heather Sweet, Barbara
Wilson, Sheila Moran, Patricia
Moher Kon floorl.
L. to R., First Row: Janet Warzocha, Noreen Serritella, Joyce Picard, Mary Ann Szymborski,
Donna Santo. Second Row: Patricia Obaza, Lee Potter, Marianne Verrell, Julie Spang,
Nancy O'Brien. Standing: Jill Steigler, Leslie Richards.
L. to R., Front Row: Marilyn Agro, Patricia Lamb, janet Interrante, Mary Ellen Bonlenca,
Michele lorillo, Christine Healy. Back Row: Lintla Curries, Deborah Boyle, Frances Dwyer,
Diana Mario, Sheila Arp, Tetla Marie Lane.
L. to R., Front Row: Mary Dora Donnelly, Stephanie Bofia, Laurene D'Amico, Phyllis Cholko.
Center Row: Virginia Cnlvclli, Helene Colby, Lorraine Bissonnette, Theresa Kisiel, Marie
Ellen Michutla, Mary Lynn Nelson, Judith Maher. Standing: Sharon Moriarity.
L. to R, Front Row: 'lane Fowler,
Lintlil Frilttnlone, Cheryl Hubbell,
Sharon Giannonc. Back Rowi
-Ioyce Gallio, lN1uurecn Clilioril,
janet Girlla, Bonnie Beryuin, Deb-
orah Dinan, Piluln Dolan, Eileen
L. to R., First Row: Katherine Brostrom, Martha Laurent, Mary Ann Burke, Sharon
Kopchik. Second Row: Kathleen Bosley, Barbara Brennan, Sandra Corris, Patricia
Gardner. Third Row: Joan Marie Durl-tin, Paula George, Karen Duggan.
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L. to R., Sitting: Diane Surenlco,
Carol Ozarowski, Loretta Hvizdo,
Leslie Roy. Back Row: Valerie
Martin, Susan Sreelman, Linda
jacquelyn Lambert, Carol Reiling.
Shashinska, Doreen Zahornacky,
I.. to R., First Row: Jean Audisio, Marcia Fodor, Susan Burk, Barbara Cipcer, Michele
Daviau. Second Row: Barbara Dwyer, Maureen Caldwell, Patricia Altieri, Barbara Blohm,
Joyce Callahan, Elizabeth Daca, Gail Dolney.
L. to R., First Row: Carollee jans, Mary McElrath, Patricia Aurilio. Second
Row: Blossom Morris, Jane Irving, Katherine Lally. Third Row: joan Grottole,
Shirley Horvath, Susan Mihaley, Diane Brown, Joyce Corriveau, joan Barry.
L. to R., First Row: Barbara Buckman, Linda Hebert. Second Row: Rosemary
Ianniello, Norma Harkins, Patricia Daly, Carol Coviello, Virginia Fagan, Mona
Kamykowski. Third Row: Jane Kennedy, Anne Denning, Margaret Domey,
Kathleen Connolly. Fourth Row: Carol Czaplinslci, Barbara Gaetano.
, to R., First Row: Suzanne Mc-
ncrney, Barbara Ulizio, Eliza-
:Ih Roche. Second Row: Kath-
en McElroy, Gretchen Lane,
largaret Smith, Joy Williams.
'arcia King, Pate Leone. Third
ow: -lean Kocznk, Winifretl MC-
xughlin, Renee Melillo, Eliza-
L. to R., First Row: Elizabeth Faccuito, Margaret Hayes, Virginia juliano, Connie Barbiero,
ay Kay Matson. Second Row. judrth Kohanski, Mariorie Coughlin, Lugene Eriquezzo,
Dolette Boreiko, Judy Le May, Diane Birdsall. Third Row: Vennie Lee Mangiaracina,
Maureen Donovan, Sally Gallian.
L. to R., Front Row: Eileen Starbranch, Margaret
O'Neill, Heather Scott. Second Row: Ann Marie
O'Hara, Ermine Le Donne, Cheryl Uccellini, Cath-
erine Neary, Michele Mark, Patricia McCreery.
Third Row: Mary Malumphy, Eleanor Russo,
Geraldine Menn, Virginia Zunin, Patricia Voelkl.
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L. to R., Seated: Mary Niedermeier, Alice McGee, Kathleen McCoy, Marcia Tarasovic
Estherann Samoska, Nancy Naylor, Marilyn Scalesse. L. to R., Standing: Elizabeth Peclet
Judith Vitello, Phyllis Yranski, Donna Prentice, Diane McPadden, Patricia Murphy, Sharon
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L. to R., First Row: Catherine
Zachariewicz, Judith Siekierski,
Louise Sciubba, Mary Whelan.
Second Row: Angela Rubino,
Gertrude Thaler, Mary Weldon,
Mary Jane Pearson, Joanne Puc-
cio. Third Row: Diane Trautman,
Anne Skidd, Susan Saleski.
L. to R., First Row: Deborah
McKay, Martha Pistey, Gail
Sullivan, Concetta Lupariello,
Carol Ann Masrry. Second
Row: Agnes Semple, Mary
Ann Audisio, Carol Skowron-
ski, Beverly Tanner, Eleanor
Cglze kqunior Class
L. to R., First Row: Mari
lyn Palinkas, Linda Polverari
Maureen Doran, Louise Gara-
falo. Second Row: Leslie Mil-
ler, Anne Cassidy, Susan No-
wic i, Mary Grace Nucera
Barbara Anne Carroll. Y
L. to R.: Barbara Secllock, Barbara
Warclell, Patricia Vender, Eliza-
beth Morgan, Frances Teodosio.
cghe gunaior Gfass
L. to R., Top: Lorna Bosses, Susan Donahue,
Kathleen Kiasky, Eileen Cormier, Gail Mario,
Susan Casey. Beverly Mackin.
L. to R., First Row: Carolyn Nicotra, Patricia
Scherer, Barbara Mallozzi. Second Row: Maureen
O'l-lara, Alyce Harkin, Sharon Toothill. Third
Row: Carolyn Dzurka, Lorraine Knablein, Patricia
Kalipir, Mary Trautman, Carleen Gunther, Mary-
L to R First Row: Rosita Sciottino, jane Novey, Patricia Duch, Frances Tynan, Joyce
Calovine Marie Lupoli. Second Row: Linda Peck, Karen Edwards, Ellen Flynn, Margaret
Healy Georgia Dzvileski, Millicent Meunier.
I.. to R., First Row: Margaret
Assenza, ,Iudy McKeon, Rosa De-
Lauro. Second FRow: Christine
Deliee, Andrea Santaniello, Gail
Molloy, Patricia Wedcmeyer, Car-
ol Anne Shannon, Susan Mullen,
Mary Sullivan, Geraldine Gamble.
L. to R., Front Row: Celine Malisek, Kathy
O'Brien, Leila Boyle, Barbara Vincent, Elise Soder-
berg, Marie Piccolo. Back Row: Maureen Mori-
arty, Teri Wilkinson, Klara Kronenberger, Mary
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ELIZABETH ANN ABBOTT
A quiet determination is the basis of Betty's
many and varied successes. In her polite, self-
reliant way, she delivers a point and stands firm
in her convictions. Extra effort and consideration
for others have won many friendshipsg such
qualities will guarantee their permanence.
BARBARA MARIE BAKO
Barbara has a vital enthusiasm and an obvious
ability to enjoy life to its fullest. She seems
just happy to be alive and appreciates any
amusing incident. We are pleased indeed to
have Barbara in our class, and she will certainly
be fondly remembered.
MARLENE LORETTA BONITATIBUS
In her relations with her fellow students,
ADELE MARIE BEVVINO
Adele is characterized by her big smile and
cheery "hello," She seems never to be without a
good word for everyone, and is ever willing to
give her aid. We will never forget her unfailing
loyalty and friendship, and we wish success and
happiness to her always.
Marlene is mild and affable, and her unfeigned
sincerity works hand in hand with a well-balanced
personality. Marlene's admirable common sense
will be an asset in the career she choses for the
ELKE MARIA BONN
Senior year brought to us our junior ambas-
sador from Germany. As though she had always
been a member of our class, Elke became a true
Lauraltonite in no time at all. She may always
be found surrounded by a laughing group, for
wherever Elke is, laughter is rampant.
BARBARA ANN BRADY
Our blonde, blue-eyed senior has tastes which
stem from Italy - pizza. But her interests do not
center on food, people are her main concern. In
practice, her open sincerity and straightforward
manner have invited many conlidences. Barbara's
lovable and dependable ways have endeared her
VIRGINIA MAE BONNEY
Although she appears quiet and reserved,
Ginny possesses an innate inclination for merri-
ment and laughter. We have discovered many
line qualities in her, among them sincerity and
loyalty, both to Lauralton and to her friends. We,
her classmates, wish her every success.
MARTHA AGNES BROWN
Well-groomed and assured, Martha portrays
a buoyant and pleasing personality. A girl of
broad interests strengthened by a pliant spirit,
Martha adapts herself easily to all situations. May
happiness be ever hers.
MARY JEAN BUCKLEY
An air of calmness surrounds Mary jean. She
travels through the day quietly, being helpful and
kind to those she meets. For her there is a time
to work and a time to play. Maintaining her lady-
like manner, Mary jean will always be admired
by Lauralton and the Class of '59,
BARBARA ANN CAGGINELLO
Who can resist her lovely smile? We can't.
Who can match "Caggie's" spontaneity and
charm? We can't. Who can help being grateful
for having known her? We can't. But we, her
classmates, are proud and glad to have had
Barbara as our friend.
A notably active mind and a discerning judg-
ment have placed Rosann in a "To Be Remem-
bered" section of her classmates' hearts. Her de-
votion to study and faithful cooperation in class
activities reveal much of her ability.
CATHERINE MARIA CALLAHAN
A truly outstanding personality smiles through
the gentle countenance of our popular Cathy. Sin-
cerity, friendliness, diligence - she combines the
three and then adds something more to produce
a model student. But perhaps '59 will remember
Cathy most for her willingness to help others.
BARBARA ROSE CANDELORA
Although at first glance you may be fooled by
SHEILA MARIE CALLAHAN
A warm, vibrant personality radiates from
Sheila's shy exterior. Her day is a busy whirl
during which she affords much merriment for her
companions. Her pronounced interest in litera-
ture of all types may be the clue to her future
BONITA LOUISE CARBONE
Barbara's reserve and quiet exterior, her love of
the humorous and the unusual cannot be long
suppressed. To many she is a friend, faithful and
sympathetic, generous with advice and comfort.
Until we meet again, we, her classmates, wish her
complete success and happiness.
"It takes life to love life," and if anyone has
life it is Boni. Be it playing basketball, planning
entertainment, or taking part in classroom discus-
sion, Boni is there with a brilliant smile and a
"get-up-and-go" attitude. Of this we are sure -
Boni will never lack friends.
MARY SUSAN CARROLL
Twinkling eyes, infectious laughter, perpetual
neatness and a devotion to yellow convertibles
tell of Mary. A fun-loving person, her friendliness
and wit make everyone about her feel at ease. She
is a conscientious worker, and when she sees
where something needs doing she sets about to
KATHLEEN MARY CONNELLY
It is a delight to know Kathleen for she is a
valued member of our class. She has the rare
power of making one feel completely at ease.
Her capacity for "just being nice" is sure to bring
success in her world.
MARY ELIZABETH CURTIS
Individuality and frankness highlight Mari-
beth's personality. On the exterior she appears to
be aloof, but this characteristic simply over-
shadows the hidden humor well-known to her
closest friends. The senior social room will long
re-echo the sound of her laughter. Happy
FRANCES LOUISE DeLUCA
What a delightful personality! Franny is such
a warm-hearted girl that no one can resist her.
Her bright and breezy outlook on life is indeed
refreshing and her total unawareness of self and
sincere concern for others have won her a lasting
place in the hearts of her classmates.
DAWN MARY DAVIDSON
In her quiet way, Dawn will always be a part
of our Lauralton memories. We, her classmates,
are sure her efficient manner will help her to
attain sucess and acclaim in the business world.
Kathy, our starry-eyed senior, is the possessor
of an inquisitive, sincere nature. Her Warm
interest in others makes her ever-willing to lend
a helping hand, and ever-grateful for a recurring
one. The individuality, amusing naivete, and
genuine comradeship of Kathy will, no doubt,
help her achieve her fondest ambition.
ANN CATHERINE DEROY
Quiet, softspoken Ann enjoys good reading
and good conversation. A lady to her fingertips,
Ann has proved to be of invaluable service in the
library. But make no mistake, she is not all
seriousness. Her quiet sense of humor and loyalty
make her a good friend to have.
GAIL G. DeMARCO
Gail, an energetic co-captain of our cheering
squad, possesses the vigor and exuberant spirit
that have often led our teams to victory. When-
ever they needed fire and animation, she was
there urging them on to score that goal or make
that basket. We will remember her, joking and
serious by turns, as a staunch and loyal supporter
both of Lauralton and Oklahoma.
MARIANNE ELIZABETH DOLAN
"To know her is to love her." These words
describe Marianne, our alert and friendly senior
class vice-president. Whether she is taking part
in an animated class discussion or in a spirited
conversation, Miss Dolan offers ideas worth listen-
ing to. Marianne is as honest as she is sincere and
we are proud to be her classmates.
An inner warmth which endears her to
everyone bespeaks Cathy. A conscientious stu-
dent and capable co-editor of the Laurallon, she
has proved herself an asset to her school and to
her class. We wish Cathy success and we are sure
that she will attain it.
SALLY ELIZABETH DUGGAN
AMY CARR DUDEK
Amy joined us during our junior year and has
already claimed the admiration of her classmates.
Her conscientious classroom manner and her
versatile writing point to assured success in
future endeavotsg while her witty conversations
and amiable nature indicate a vast abundance of
friends for this college-bound miss.
Sally's impassive calmness in the face of the
daily calamities which plague the lives of students
has always awed her classmates, just as her dry,
subtle wit attracts their immediate interest. Her
consideration for others and het amiable manner
will win for her the sincere friendships of many.
CATHERINE ELIZABETH DUIGNAN
Cathy is a rare combination of gentleness and
pep. Her potential energy may elude observation,
but het grace attracts instantly. Her friendship
is valued for its characteristic sincerity, and her
companionship is much sought. Cathy's constant
example of feminine graces makes her a lady
worthy of the title.
FRANCES MARIE FALK
MARGUERITE MARIE DUNIGAN
If ever you have need of a person with
original ideas be sure to call upon "Maggie"
Everything about Marguerite is bright and alertg
she lights her way with her sunny disposition.
She is a great asset to our class and with grateful
hearts we thank her for her unlimited help.
SUSAN ELIZABETH EARLY
ELLEN LOUISE DUNLEAVY
Ellen is the ideal Lauralton lady, adapting well
to her interests in the theatre. She has a sparkling
personality and a warm sense of humor. She is
a friend to all and we are proud to have been
associated with her. We are certain that life holds
a great future for Ellen.
Her serenity is born of earnest, conscientious
endeavor plus a genuinely happy heart. Because
of her staunch character, genial and warming
smile earnest scholarship and even-tempered dis-
position, we predict a successful future for Sue.
A glance at Fran reveals a slim, sedate, and
impeccably neat senior. In conversation with
her you find that an active participation in C.Y.O.
is one of her favorite pastimes. Her interest and
concern for others will one day help her to the
realization of a long-awaited dream - Frances
MARGUERITE CAROL FEDEROWICZ
With sophistication and dignity - keynotes
of her appearance - Marguerite surprises one
with her humorous quips and witty remarks. Her
optimism never fails to give a boost. D0n't be
surprised someday if you find her in Vogue, for
there is a unique quality in her flair for dressing
GERALDIN E ANNE FOUCAULT
Petite and energetic, Geri has brought an
unusual spirit to Lauralton. Her animated con-
versations and humorous anecdotes have kept us
chuckling. Artistic talent, ability in French, and
an interest in science are all found in this gay
personality making us realize that she is truly a
SANDRA SUE ELLEN GADUS
To know Sandra, even casually, is to admire
her wholeheartedly. Her classmates especially
have found this true. Her manner is gentle, her
mind determined, but most of all, her spirit is
bright and genial. With a song on her lips and
in her heart, Sandra is sure to make harmony the
keynote of her life.
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CAROLE ANN FREEMAN
Carole is a rare girl indeed in that she is able
to participate actively in so many of our clubs and
be a valuable asset to each of them. Though very
interested in the serious things of life, she is
always Capable of fun and mischief. Good luck
to one of 59's finest.
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PATRICIA CARROLL GAFFNEY
During junior year we welcomed this wee
Irish lass with red-gold hair. In her eyes dance
mischievous little leprechauns. And if you count
all the freckles on her face and multiply by 100,
you will arrive at only half the amount of good-
ness and cheer she brings with her.
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ROBERTA SHARON GALLAGHER
Newspaper work and Queen Elizabeth II find
common ground in Roberta, for they are the two
loves of her life. Original and ambitious, once
Roberta cites her goal she pursues it with a
tenacity that assures its acquisition. She is surely
a true "Highlights" girl.
GAIL RUTH GALLAGHER
Blend a warm personality, a pleasing appear-
ance and a dash of wit. Sprinkle freely with
sincerity and you have Gail Gallagher. Because
of her complete earnestness and consistent cheer,
Gail makes friends easily. We wish for her the
brightest of futures.
LOREEN MARY GARDNER
If some day we should hear a deep-toned
voice from behind saying "Hi," we shall know
immediately that it is I.ori's. Once you know her,
you see that sincerity and loyalty are two of her
prized possessions. A smile and a blush are her
acknowledged trademarks. Luck and love, Lori!
MAUREEN G. GLEASON
Eyes a-sparkle with mischief, a casual air, a
subtle sense of humor, and a flair for the artistic
identify Maureen. As we gradually came to know
her, we realized to our delight, that Maureen was
blessed with many hidden potentials. These
resources, one day fully developed, will help her
transform her most longed-for dreams into reality.
GERALDINE E. GLAZEWSKI
Bright as a button and twice as useful, Gerry
reflects the aura of gaiety surrounding her. just
having her around has brightened many a dark
moment. Ger1y's future is sure to be bright for
she diifuses a contagious type of cheerfulness
wherever she goes.
MARY JANE GOTSCH
A cheery smile and a gay "Hello!" introduced
us to Mary jane. As we became better acquainted,
we found her a willing and dependable worker.
Mary Jane has a winning way and a sunny nature
that have won her many steadfast friends here at
ROSEMARY EDNA GREEN
Rosemary, our Athletic Association president,
has winning ways that have brought her a wealth
of loyal friends. She is always ready to share her
wonderful sense of humor and vivacity with
others. Her good sportsmanship and unselfishness
will surely carry her far.
V ELLEN MARIE HAAS
Stateliness coupled with a gracious manner
MARCIA ANN GRUCE
By winning awards in both Latin and French
competitions, Marcia has proved that it pays to
study. Her ability to concentrate and her pleasing
personality have earned her the respect and affec-
tion of her classmates. An assiduous worker and
a most considerate individual, Marcia has gained
her place on our "honor ro1l."
Neatness and preparedness are Betsy's domi-
nating assets. Lovely eyes and well-kept hair key-
note a most pleasing appearance. Her ready-for-
anything attitude bespeaks a calm and determined
nature. We wish her much happiness.
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depict Ellen. A friendly nature, silver-lined by
"dry humor," has been appreciated by those
around her. Her unruflled disposition, sincerity,
and firm convictions will shine as a guiding light
on whatever path Ellen may choose to follow.
MARY ELLEN HEALY
A sincere love of laughter sparks Mary Ellen's
"personality plus" nature, which her smile
completely ignites. To utilize her surplus energy,
this amusing and unpredictable miss requires
barely a hint that an activity needs planning, and
to the enjoyment of all, Mary Ellen lends her
cooperation and willing support.
SANDRA JOAN HEGYI
A selfless spirit is the keynote of Sandy's per-
sonality. Ever-generous in thought and word,
Sandy is endowed with a love for children. Her
Sunday-School teaching is now preparing her to
sit on the other side of the desk where, without
doubt, she will be an inspiration to all her pupils.
JUDITH ANN HOMORSKY
Judy bespeaks an innate sense of responsi-
bility. It might be said of her "What faith desires
she attains," for nothing can daunt her determina-
tion to maintain her own high standards. Yet
Judy is not all seriousness. Her bouyant spirit can
lend itself quite easily to spreading warmth and
LORRAINE FRANCES JARUSINSKY
DENISE ANNE HUTCHISON
Denise can be called the "prima ballerina" of
our class. Being a lithe and inspiring dancer, she
has glided her way right into our hearts, with her
boundless capacity for fun coupled with a very
real interest in everyone about her.
The warming phrase spoken, the perfect touch
rendered, the helping hand offered are the kind-
nesses which abound in Lorraine. Her smile will
always be remembered and we feel sure the con-
fidence and dignity of her manner will lead her
through life's uncertainties with head held high.
CATHERINE ANNE JENNINGS
Sweetness, kindness, lighted by a cheery smile
- this is Nancy's description. She is a gracious
helper and a sympathetic friend. All who know
her, and all who come to know her, will be happy
to have Nancy among them to enrich their lives
with her gentle grace.
Her love of life, willingness to help, and out-
standing leadership qualities have made Barbara
an integral part of Lauralton. A sparkling smile
lights her way into our hearts. Whether it's pre-
siding over a Student Council meeting or cheering
the team on to victory, Barbara is a fine example
of a Lauralton lady.
KAREN ANN KLEINHAGEN
HELEN ANN KISIEL
A sensible and serious girl, Helen believes in
a time for work and a time for play. Het loyalty
to her school is obvious in her willingness to help
cheerfully whenever there is a job to be done.
Her future as a teacher is sure to be rewarding
both to her pupils and to herself.
The poet laureate of Lauralton, Karen, has
delighted many with her verses. Fun finds her a
ready partner. A true friend to all, she is a valued
member of our class. Karen, as a future Florence
Nightingale, will cheer many patients and speed
them to recovery.
VIRGINIA ANN LANE
I CON STANCE DOROTHY KOONS
Conny is primarily a woman of action and
activity, believing in efficient and effective work-
manship. With an inquisitive mind and a manner
airy and invigorating, she represents the essence
of energy. Good luck, Conny, though we feel
you'll make your own.
PATRICIA ANN LAVERY
Gentility and Ginny - they go together. Her
sparkling blue eyes tell us of her "joie de vivre"
while her steadfastness and dependability have
made Ginny a valued member of our class. A true
friend to all, she carries high the standards of a
Humor is Pat's. Always ready with a punch
line, Miss Lavery has brightened up many a blue
Monday for the Class of '59. Though she looks
on the bright side of any situation, she is also
ready to meet her problems head-on with frank
determination. "Oh, Hon," - good luck!
MARIA ELENA LAWTON
Elena is the personification of graciousness
and cordiality. A penetrating mind, coupled with
the vigor of a radiant personality, has earned for
her respect and friendship, evidenced in her posi-
tion as class president. She herself is drawn to
the fascinating, the unusual, and the ultra-col-
BARBARA ANN LEE
Barb exemplifies neatness and sincerity. Be-
neath a reserved exterior are hidden the treasures
of a sterling character crowned by thoughtful
understanding. Her wit affords much laughter
for those who have known her as the "quiet riot."
Barb, one of 59's nicest girls, has earned an hon-
ored place in the rolls of our class.
MARABETH ANNE LOMAZZO
We will always remember the dancing brown
MARY-BRIDGET ELIZABETH LENIHAN
Mary-Bridget cultivates helpfulness, but more
important, she puts such warmth and purpose
into it, that the virtue becomes doubly apprecia-
ted. She is a cooperative, efficient and friendly
worker. Her rare talent for finishing the job she
starts will surely prove its worth in her future.
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our Laumlton art editor. She seems ever-ready to
listen to the dilemma of a friend and to offer a
frank solution. Equally adept at equations or the
latest omelet, Beth's versatility will assure her
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CAROL ANN LOMBARDI
If we were in England, I"Tally ho" might be
a favorite expression of Carol's, but since we're
not, "I just love horses," will suffice. A refreshing
smile and dark curly hair are characteristics of
Miss Lombardi. If she will remain ready to enter-
tain with her melodious voice, Carol has a
guarantee for lasting friendships.
VERONICA RITA LOUGHLIN
Those who know Ronnie are acquainted with
a generous and capable person, possessing a most
inquisitive mind. She has searching, serious eyes
and a vivacious fun-to-be-with personality. With
these assets, Ronnie will surely find success in
whatever career she chooses.
FRANCES MARY LUKAS
Long blond tresses and a pensive manner pro-
vide a fitting picture of this L. H. Milfordite who
came to us from the Bronx. Loyalty to what is
right and a deep-rooted sense of responsiuility
will prove great assets in the future for Fran who
aspires to a secretarial career.
PATRICIA MARY MAHER
A winning smile and a willing heart describe
MAUREEN ANN LYNCH
Perpetually smiling eyes, an infectious laugh,
an indomitable spirit of determinationg there we
have Maureen. She combines work and play
well, and the result is a most pleasing personality.
An enthusiastic mathematics student, she intends
to pursue a future in that held. We shall surely
find Maureen in the "plus" department.
Patty. In class she is an interested and interesting
student. Otherwise Pat is a mirthful person who
has an avid interest in sports. Her quiet insight
into situations and her careful decisions will make
her as invaluable to her future friends as she has
been to us.
MARY LOUISE MANDANICI
"A friend in need is a friend indeed." Mary
Lou sweetly personifies this cliche with her ine
character, arduous study habits, and quiet humor.
Her interests are varied. We feel sure that suc-
cess lies ahead for her.
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JUDITH ANN MARTIN
Ever ready to have fun, Judy can be found
wherever gaiety reigns. Her humor and friend-
liness complemented by an abundant share of
mental ability will always make Judy a good
friend and a fine companion.
PATRICIA JUDITH MURATORI
MARLEEN DORIS MATYSZEWSKI
Her warm golden hair and equally sunny
disposition make Marleen an attractive personal-
ity. Cheerfulness and good sportsmanship have
won for her the affection of all about her. These
most obvious qualities plus the many less evident,
will make Marleen a long - remembered Laural-
Pat is a bundle of surprises. She is a loyal
friend and a responsible worker. Behind a
demure exterior she hides a delightful sense of
humor, a quick wit, and the ability to "take a
joke" perfectly. Perseverance and dependability
are Part of Pat's trademark.
BARBARA ANN NAYLOR
DOROTHY CECILIA MURRAY
Dottie is gentleness wrapped in an attractive
package. She is ever a Lauralton lady, whether
beneath these lofty towers, riding the train, or
cheering at a football game. Whenever we see
that dark shining hair or those luminous eyes,
we'll think of the fun and thoughtfulness that we
always found with Dottie.
BARBARA ANN NEARY
If you are ever in need of a sweet girl with
an ear for everyone's problem, be sure to call
upon Barbara. Her diligence and sympathy are
sure to endear her as much to her future associates
as they have endeared her to us.
No matter where the place may be if Barbara
is there a quality of friendliness prevails. Stately
and dignified, she is identified by innate gracious-
ness. These qualities assure Barbara a rich and
VIRGINIA CAROL NOIA
There's a lot of pep in the petite young miss
we speak of here. From the top of her curly head
to those feet that often Hy in the execution of a
school cheer, Chicky displays the most "enduring
young charms." The world is brighter for having
Virginia in it.
A joy that comes from within seems always
to be with Maureen inspiring her with a smile
for all. In her activities, including the co-editor-
ship of the Laumlton, she has proved herself to be
generous, eflicient and talented. She is a credit
to her school and a delight to those who know
MARION CATHERINE ONORATO
MARGARET MARY O'NEILL
Characterized by gentle .and warm manner:
isms, Peggy has smiled her way into the hearts of
her classmates. With a willingness to work and
with faculties to succeed, Peggy will surely be
content and happy in the future.
Marion's flair for neatness is evinced by her
well-groomed appearance. Her vivacity is ever
evident in the luster of her dark hair and the
sparkle of her brown eyes. May all the pep and
energy which she has shown in her cheerleading
be with her through life.
ELIZABETH MARY PAGLIARO
Sweet and charming is Bette, and a definite
asset to the class of '59. She is keen-minded and
witty, and enjoys the affection and respect of all
her friends. Ansonia's contribution to Lauralton
Hall will be long and fondly remembered.
LORAINE MARIE PELL
Beneath a most gracious exterior, Loraine
conceals a rare effervescence and wit. Blessed
with a true sense of values, she is both calmly
efiicient and quietly responsible. Being so, Lor-
aine will surely find success and happiness.
JUDITH ANN PERISKY
A spontaneous grin and lyrical laugh best
display that warm inner quality so much a part
of Judi. Attentive to everyone and everything,
in her relaxed, unassuming way, she has proved
to be a valuable addition to the class. Her gen-
erosity, well-known, is well-loved.
DIANE EDWINNA PLUCINSKI
JUDITH ANN PINTO
"Full of fun" aptly describes Judi. Whether
it's working in the library or cheering at a hockey
game, she does it whole heartedly. Known to all
her friends for her thoughtfulness and honesty,
the memory of Judi and her "car" will be
cherished by many of her classmates.
A simplicity of soul and a gentleness of nature
account for Diane's genuine friendliness. An
ever-cheerful disposition is mirrored in her twink-
ling blue eyes. For Diane we see a successful and
bright future because we are sure she will make
SHIRLEY ELAINE RAUSON
Be it discussion or social room session,
Shirley's presence invites interesting develop-
ments. Her discernment earns for her admiration
and gives import ro her well-thought out opinions
and suggestions. A warm interest in her class-
mates is, in the estimation of many, her most
SHEILA ANNE REIDY
This is Sheila - the one who kept our spirits
at the "top o' the mornin'." With a swing of a
golden pony tail, and a smile in her eyes, she made
her Irish ancestry evident. Her warm laughter,
sparkling wir, and exuberant heart are those of
Sheila's qualities which will longest endure in
NWXMAUREEN MARGARET REARDON
"Success through cooperation" may very well
be the favorite maxim of this busy girl, but
whatever her formula, boundless achievements
are testimony to its soundness. Minor calamities
may occasionally intrude upon her ordered daily
life, but calm, poised, and soft-spoken, she meets
the most provoking situation with that enchant-
Large smiling eyes, plus neat, shiny hair, plus
a sweet personality equal Gay. Warm laughter
often animates this seemingly quiet girl. Her
humble manner frequently turns the spotlight
from herself, causing her accomplishments to go
unlauded. But we have noticed, and we will re-
MARY ANN SALCE
An innate love for life dwells within this
sensible girl. But you don't think she's all
seriousness, do you? Oh, no! A love of merri-
ment, a gentle humor, and a winning smile are
a deep-rooted part of Mary Ann. With her air
of dignity and respectability, she has won a place
in the hearts of her classmates.
JOYCE EDNA SANTORELLI
Pleasantness and a ready smile constitute a
JUDITH ANN SALMINI
Judy seems to have discovered the formula
for pure enjoyment. She has a sincere desire to
live each moment to its fullest. She soon amazes
onlookers with her boundless energy. We wish
all happiness to Judy.
part of J0yce's amiable personality. She is an
assiduous worker and a sincere person. Musically
talented, scholastically apt, and helpfully disposed
- we might say that Joyce and success are
AGNES BROOKS SCANLON
It is Agnes' good fortune to have allied within
her an ableness of mind and a strength of charac-
ter. Ever calmly consistent, she remains unruffled
in the face of everyday "calamities" We wish for
her luck and happiness.
ELIZABETH ANN SCHAEEER
just to know Liz is to feel the effect of her
sparkling personality. Her sense of humor is
unique and her dependability is heartening. With
this combination, the only possible product is
PATRICIA R. SEBASTIAN
A mischievous twinkle in her eye and a
KATHLEEN ANNE SCOTT
With a laugh that's genuinely happy, Kathy
keeps those around her in like mood. Those dusty
brown tresses top a personality that is both confi-
dent and friendly. She is a loyal Fairfield fan and
faithful Lauralton lady. We wish Kathy all possi-
wholesome laugh are Pat's trademarks. She is
an enjoyable companion, always helpful, and can
stand by her decisions. Speaking of decisions,
ours is this: wherever Pat may be, happiness will
be right along with her.
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JEANNETTE ANN SOARES
It's no wonder that everyone likes Jeannette.
I-Ier refined grace and steadfast determination
allied with spontaneous gaiety endear her to all
her friends. A fine Lauralton girl now - she
will be a fine Lauralton lady alwayr.
SANDRA KATHLEEN SPARLING
What Father - Daughter Night would be
complete without Sandi's famous laugh? In ad-
dition to her fondness for acting, she is a fan of
modern music and is sure to be found where
there's a radio, Her happy-go-lucky nature shows
us her optimistic outlook on life.
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CAROL ANNE SULLIVAN
Carol, remarkable for her sparkling eyes and
vivacious personality, commuted for four years
from New London. She lends fun to any group,
and looks at all tasks with a certain optimism. To
use her own terminology, we think Carol is
"sharp, real sharp."
VIRGINIA ANN STROH
We will remember our attractive classmate
"Ginny" as the epitome of cheer, merriment and
kindness. She takes every occurrence in stride,
ever looking on the pleasanter side of things.
"Stay as sweet as you are." This line was written
MARTHA JOANNA SULLIVAN
Thoughtfulness, a good disposition, and a
quick sense of humor have won many friends for
this newcomer, Mardy. She does well in every-
thing she undertakes, but her special talent is
writing. Her sweet manner and productive effi-
ciency are sure to bring future success for Mardy.
DIANE LOIS SZABO
Diane always has something interesting to
say. Her happy disposition and musical ability
spell good times when she is on the scene. Al
though a newcomer in her junior year, her ability
to adapt readily to Lauralton has given her an
enduring niche in our memories.
TERESA B. TEODOSIO
A charming smile and big brown eyes are
Teresa's trademarks. Never bored, she manages
to bring a spirit of hilarity with her wherever she
goes. But if you look deeper, you know that she
has serious ideas which make her an interesting
person, and hers a valuable friendship.
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MARY LOUISE TARASOVIC
Mary Lou is a girl you can rely upon. Her
efficiency, courtesy, and common sense keep her
calm in any situation. The cheerfulness she
emanates is refreshing to come upon, as those
who know her best can readily testify. A true
friend and amusing companion, Mary Lou is sure
to find success.
SHARON ANN THALER
Sharon will remain a most unforgettable
member of our class. As evidenced by the num-
erous ollices she held, "Tweetie" stands as one of
'59's most popular girls. She constantly gives of
herself to help a friend or to fulfill a responsi-
bility, never seeking praise for herself, but in-
evitably gaining affection and respect from her
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DONNA ALYCE TOCZKO
Whether it's the latest trapeze or the newest
pocketbook, Donna adds her individual touch.
Her art work has graced many a Lauralton affair.
She aspires to be a journalist, and in her writing
she shows that love for the beautiful and the un-
usual so apparent in her everyday life.
ELLEN AGNES TRISTINE
Ellen's manner is quiet, but she herself is the
soul of sociability. Keenly observant, she is at-
tracted to the interesting, the unusual, and "what
looks like fun." Her humor, as constantly cap-
tivating as her quick smile, radiates from the
warm, agreeable personality attractive to so many.
MAUREEN ELAINE TRENT
A glowing spirit and a ready wit are
Maureen's most outstanding characteristics. En-
dowed with a gracious manner, her ready smile
can brighten the darkest moment. Best of luck,
Maureen, and may your future be as radiant as
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An analytical mind gives substance to all
Mary Anne's endeavors. Her natural poise and
JOSEPHINE ANNE TUCCI
Jo is one vivacious member of our class who
is sure to be remembered. A bubble of laughter,
those characteristic dimples, and a personality and
outlook abounding in wit and cheer are her
tokens, her trademarks. A loyal friend and
amusing companion, jo leaves L. H. to enter a
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attention and admiration which they demand.
Unforgettable are her droll satires on the com-
muter problem, and just as unforgettable is her
laughter so delightful in its abundance.
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SHARON LEE WASILEWSKI
Formerly a resident of these hallowed halls,
Sharon now commutes from Wallingford. On
our first meeting she seemed quiet, almost shy,
but after we had broken through her reserved
exterior, we found her not only fun to be with
but also an avid Democrat.
Pat views the world through the appreciative
eyes of an aspiring artist. Her talented brushes
and equally gifted pen have given us paintings
and poetry we will long remember. This love of
the beautiful will assure her happiness in the
years to come.
ADELE ANNA ZELICH
One of Ade1e's foremost qualities is her
thoughtfulness which has gained for her many
friends who consider her a "good sport." Fun-
loving and fun-provoking, she fits well into any
group. A prize won for a biology project is one
proof of the scientific ability of this future science
MARY ANN YONEY
Neatness is Mary Ann. From the top of her
shiny blonde head to the tips of her toes she is
neatness personified. In everything Mary Ann
is a perfectionist. Along with this, her friendship
will be treasured by those who know her best.
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ELIZABETH ANN ABBOTT 107 Plvmouth Ave., Trumbull
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association: Clubs: Biology 3, Ceram-
ics 3, 4, Treasurer 3.
BARBARA MARIE BAKO 175 Robert Treat Pkwy., Milford
Tarcisians, Athletic Association, Blue and White Hockey 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain of Speedball 4, Hockey Intramurals
4, Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 1, Choral 1, 4, French 3, Latin 2,
ADELE MARIE BEVVINO 58 Emmett Ave., Derby
Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisian Representative 2, 3, Missions, Student
Council Representative 3, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3,
Ceramics 2, 4, Choral, Latin 2.
MARLENE LORETTA BONITATIBUS
63 Inwood Rd., Trumbull
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Business 4.
ELKE MARIA BONN
Hermuelheim bei Koeln, Krankenhausstrasse 93, Germany
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association.
VIRGINIA MAE BONNEY 69 S. Pine Creek Rd., Fairfield
Tarcisians, Missions, Highlight: Copy Staff 3, Advertising Stal? 4,
Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 2, 3, 4, Lauralettes
4, Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Latin 2.
BARBARA ANN BRADY 19 Stiles St., Stratford
Tarcisians, Mission Representative 1, Highlight: News Reporter 1,
Athletic Association, Blue and White Basketball 3, Intramural
Hockey 2. Clubs: Biology 3, Business 4, Ceramics 1, Choral 1,
2, 3, Latin 2.
MARTHA AGNES BROWN
205 Washington Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Highlight: Photography
Editor 4. Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 2, 3, 4, Choral 1, Fine Arts
4, French 3, Latin 2, Photography 3, 4.
MARY JEAN BUCKLEY 645 Pine st., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Highlight: News Staff 2, Athletic Association.
Clubs: Biology 3, Business 4, Ceramics 1, Fine Arts 1.
ROSANN CACACE 1802 Park Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral
1, Debating 33 Latin 2, 3, Spanish 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN CAGGINELLO 59 Dover St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Student Council, High-
light: Circulation Staff 4. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 1, French 3,
Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin 2, Library President 4.
CATHERINE MARIE CALLAHAN 11 Elm Terr., Stratford
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Blue-White Speedball
4, Volleyball Varsity 3, Highlight: Typing Staff 4, Business Staff
3, The Lauralton Business Staff. Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 2,
3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Latin 2, Library 1, 2.
SHEILA MARIE CALLAHAN Barn Hill Rd., Monroe
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Student Council Rep-
resentative 2, Highlight: Copy Staff 4. Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics
1, 2, Choral 2, History 4, Latin 2, Library 2.
BARBARA ROSE CANDELORA 64 Oak Ridge Rd., Trumbull
Tarcisians, Athletic Association, Highlight: Copy Staff. Clubs: Bi-
ology 3, Ceramics 1, 2, Latin 2, Library Treasurer 2, Spanish 2, 3.
BONITA LOUISE CARBONE Sport Hill Rd., Easton
Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative 3, Athletic
Association, Captain of Blue Team 4, Blue and White Hockey,
Speedball, Softball, Intra-mural Hockey. Clubs: Biology 3.
MARY SUSAN CARROLL 652 Wayne St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2, Tarcisians, The Lauralton Business Co-Editor, Athletic
Association, Highlight: News Staff 2, Typing Staff 4, Speedball
Blue and White leam 4. Clubs: Biology 33 Choral 1, 2, Ceramics
3, 4, Debating 3, Latin 2, Spanish 3, Dramatic 4.
KATHLEEN MARY CONNELLY 6 Glen Spring Dr., Trumbull
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Spanish 3, 4.
MARY ELIZABETH CURTIS 271 Vine St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Blue and White Hockey
Intra-murals 1. Clubs: Choral 1, 2, Ceramics 2, Spanish 2, 3, Latin
2, Biology 3, Secretary.
DAWN MARY DAVIDSON 71 Vineyard Rd., North Haven
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intramurals 1, 2. Clubs:
Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 3, Latin 2, Spanish 2.
FRANCES LOUISE DeLUCA 86 Placid Ave., Stratford
Tarcisians, Missions, The Lauralton Business Staff, Highlight: Busi-
ness Staff 3, Business Editor 4, Athletic Association, Intramurals
2. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 2, 3, 4, Lauralettes 3, 4, Debating 3:
Latin 2, Spanish 3.
KATHLEEN DeMAR 270 Curtis Ave., Stratford
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, The bzuralton Business
Staff. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 2, Fine Arts 3: Latin 2, Library 2,
Spanish 2, 3.
GAIL G. DeMARCO 221 Birdseye Rd., Shelton
Tarcisians, Mission Representative 2, 3, Athletic Association, Blue
and White Softball, Cheerleading 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. Clubs: Busi-
ness, Vice-President Ceram.cs 2, 3, Latin 2, Spanish 2, 3.
ANN CATHERINE DEROY 38 Prospect St., Wallingford
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Li-
brary Historian 35 History 4.
MARIANNE ELIZABETH DOLAN
Lower Whitfield St., Guilford
Tarcisians, Mission Representative 1, Student Council Representa-
tive 3, Class Vice-President 4, Highlight: Copy Staff 2, Feature
Staff 3, 4, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 2, Laural-
ettes 3, Debating 3: French 3, Latin 3.
CATHERINE DOWNEY 1 Byrd Rd., Norwalk
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Highlight: News Staff
2, News Editor 3, Feature Co-Editor 4, The Laumlton Co-Editor.
Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 1, Choral 1, 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3.
AMY CARR DUDEK 160 Cedarhill Rd., Milford
Missions, The Lauralton Literary Staff, Athletic Association, Blue
and White Speedball 4, Intra-mural Hockey 4, Class Secretary 4.
Clubs: French 3, 4.
SALLY ELIZABETH DUGGAN
56 Meadow View Dr., Trumbull
Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biologl' 35 Ceramics 1, 2, 3, 4, History 4, Spanish 2, 3.
CATHERINE ELIZABETH DUIGNAN 45 Chelsea St., Fairfield
Tarcisians, Athletic Association, Missions. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral
1, 2, 3, 4, Lauralettes 3, 4, Latin 2, Spanish 2.
MARGUERITE MARIE DUNIGAN
548 Huntington Rd., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative 1, The
Lauralton Literary Staff, Highlight: Copy Staff 3, Athletic Asso-
ciation, White Team Captain, Hockey Varsity Co-Captain 4, Bas-
ketball Varsity 3, Blue and White Hockey 2, Speedball 3. Clubs:
Biology 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Latin 2.
ELLEN LOUISE DUNLEAVEY 9 Rusling Pl., Bridgeport
Tarcisians,- Missions, Athletic Association, Hockey Varsity 4, Stu-
dent Council Representative 4, Sodality 2, 3, First Assistant 4.
Clubs: Biology Treasurer 3, Ceramics 1, 2, Dramatics 2, 3, Presi-
SUSAN ELIZABETH EARLY 41 New Haven Ave., Woodmont
Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Bio.ogy 3, Spanish 4.
FRANCES MARIE FALK 272 Housatonic Dr., Devon
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Latin
2, French 3.
MARGUERITE CAROL FEDEROWICZ
150 Edna Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral
2, 3, 4, Latin 2, Spanish 2.
GERALDINE ANNE FOUCAULT 15 North St., Wallingford
Tarcisians, Mission Representative 3, The Lauralton Art Staff, Ath-
letic Association. Clubs: Business 4, Debating 3, Fine Arts Secre-
tary 3, 4.
CAROLE ANN FREEMAN 360 Alpine St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Tarcisian Representative 2, Mission Representative
1, The Lauralton Business Staff, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biol-
ogy 3, Choral 2, 3, French 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin 2,
SANDRA SUE ELLEN GADUS
2710 East Main St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Choral 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Lauralettes 3, 4, Latin 2,
PATRICIA CARROLL GAFFNEY 22 Colonial Pl., New Haven
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Choral 3, 4,
Lauralettes 4, French 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4.
GAIL RUTH GALLAGHER 131 Rosewood Pl., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Representative 4, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biology 3, Choral 1, Latin 2, Spanish 3, 4.
ROBERTA SHARON GALLAGHER 153 Eastlawn St., Fairfield
Sodality 2, 3: Tarcisians: Missions: Highlight: News Staff 1, Fea-
ture Staff 2, Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Athletic Associa-
tion. Clubs: Biology 3: Ceramics 1, 2, 4: Choral 1, 2, 3: Lauralettes
3: Dramatic 2, 3: Footlight: Editor 3: Library 3: President 2:
LOREEN MARY GARDNER 55 Ann St., Fairfield
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Blue and White Hockey:
Baseball. Clubs: Biology 3, Secretary: Ceramics 1, 2: Latin 2:
Spanish 2, 3.
GERALDINE E. GLAZEWSKI 41 Fairfax Ave., Meriden
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association. Clubs: Ceramics 3:
Future Teachers 3: Spanish 3.
MAUREEN G. GLEASON 32 Blanchard Rd., Easton
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Blue and White Hockey:
Baseball: Class Treasurer 4. Clubs: Biology 3: Choral 1: Latin 2:
Spanish 2, 3, 4.
MARY JANE GOTSCH 1509 North Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Mission Representative 1, 2: Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biology 3: Business 4: Ceramics 2: Spanish 2.
ROSEMARY EDNA GREEN 380 Toll House La., Fairfield
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians: Mission Representative 1: Athletic
Association, Secretary 3, President 4: Blue and White Basketball
and Softball 2, 3: Intra-murals 4: Hockey Varsity 4: Basketball
Varsity 4, Manager 3. Clubs: Biology 3, President: Ceramics 1, 2:
Dramatics 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: French 3: Latin 2.
MARCIA ANN GRUCE 104 Doreen Dr., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Athletic Association. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Future Teach-
ers 3, 4: Latin 2, 3.
ELLEN MARIE HAAS 65 Underhill Rd., Hamden
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Intra-murals l, 2: Vol-
leyball Varsity 2: Student Council Representative 1. Clubs: Biology
3: Ceramics 2: Fine Arts 2, 3: Latin 2.
ELIZABETH HAYES 33 Plattsville Ave., Norwalk
Tarcisians: Representative 4: Missions: Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biology 3: Ceramics 1, 2.
MARY ELLEN HEALY 24 Dandy St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Hockey Varsity 4: Bas-
ketball Varsity 4: Hockey Intra-murals 2, 4. Clubs: Biology 3:
Choral 1: Fine Arts 2: Latin 2, Representative: Spanish 2, 3.
SANDRA JOAN HEGYI 61 Cowles St., Devon
Tarcisian Representative 1: Missions: Student Council Representa-
tive 2: Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3: Debating 2: His-
IUDITH ANN HOMORSKY 27 Deerfield St., South Norwalk
Tarcisians: Student Council Representative 1: Athletic Association:
Volley Varsity 2. Clubs: Choral 1: Latin 3: Library 3, Secretary:
Spanish 2, 3, Secretary 4.
DENISE ANNE HUTCHISON 19 Cherry Sr., Ansonia
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Cheerleading 3, 4:
Highlight: News Staff 1. Clubs: Biology 3: Business Secretary 4:
Choral Vice-President 1: Fine Arts 2: Latin 2.
LORRAINE FRANCES JARUSINSKY
97 Barnum Terr., Stratford
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians, Representative 3: Missions: The
Uumlton Literary Staff: Highlightr 3, 4, Typing Editor 4: Athletic
Association. Clubs: Biology 3: French 3, 4, Vice-President 4:
Future Teachers 3, 4: History 4: Latin 2, 3.
CATHERINE ANNE JENNINGS 112 Old Mill Rd., Fairfield
Tarcisians: Missions: At 'letic Association. Clubs: Choral 4: Laural-
ettes: Fine Arts 2: Highlight: Circulation and Exchange Staff 4:
Latin 2: Spanish 2.
BARBARA ANNE KENNEDY 77 Park Ave., Hamden
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians: Missions: Student Council President
4: Highlight: 3, 4: Laurallon Literary Staff: Cheerleader 3, 4: Ath-
letic Association: Blue and White Basketball Team 2: Softball 2,
3: Class President 3. Clubs: Biology 3, President: Choral 2, 3:
Lauralettes 3: Latin 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3: French 3.
HELEN ANN KISIEL 402 French St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2: Tarcisians: Representative 1, 3: Mission Representative
2: The Lauralton Art Staff: Athletic Association: Blue and White
Stzeedball 4. Clubs: Biology 3, Secretary: Ceramics 3, 4: Choral
1, 2: Future Teachers 3, 4: Latin 2: Spanish 3, President 1.
KAREN ANN KLEINHAGEN 3143 Main St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians: Missions: Student Council Representa-
tive 4: Athletic Association: The Laurulton Literary Staff: High-
light: 2, 3, Feature Editor 4. Clubs: Biology 3: Choral 1, 2: De-
bating 3, Treasurer: Fine Arts 3, Latin 2: Spanish 3, 4, President 4.
CONSTANCE DOROTHY KOONS 43 Garnet Rd., Nichols
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Hockey Intramurals 1,
2: Hockey Varsity 2, 3: Basketball Intramurals 1, 2. Clubs: Busi-
ness 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Spanish 1, 2.
VIRGINIA ANN LANE 179 West Rocks Rd., Norwalk
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians: Student Council Representative 2:
Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3: Choral 1, 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA ANN LAVERY 229 Eastfield Dr., Fairfield
Tarcisians: Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3: Ceramics 1:
French 1, 2: Latin 2.
MARIA ELENA LAWTON 1150 Ridge Rd., Hamden
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians: Missions: Representative 1: Secre-
tary 3, President of Class 4: Highlight: News Staff 1, Feature
Staff 2: Athletic Association. Clubs: Choral Club 1, President 2:
Lauralettes 2, 3: Biology: French 2, 3, 4: Latin 2.
BARBARA ANN LEE 520 Clark St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: High-
light: Typing Staff 4. Clubs: Biology 3: Choral 2: French 3, 4:
Latin 2: Future Teachers 3, 4.
MARY-BRIDGET ELIZABETH LENIHAN
58 Central Ave., Hamden
Sodality 3: Tarcisians 3, 4: Athletic Association: Intra-murals:
Hockey 4. Clubs: French 3.
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Assocation: Highlight: Art Staff.
Clubs: Art 2, 3: Biology 3: Latin 2, 4: Spanish 3, President.
MARABETH ANN LOMAZZO Newton Turnpike. Weston
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Highlight: Art StaE.
Clubs: Art 2, 3: Biology 3: Latin 2, 4: Spanish 3, President.
CAROL ANN LOMBARDI 212 Soundview Ave., Shelton
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3: Choral
1, 2, 3, 4: Lauralettes 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4: History 4.
VERONICA RITA LOUGHLIN Taunton Ridge Rd., Newtown
Tarcisians: Missions: Student Council Representative 4: The
Lauralton Literary StaH: Highlight: Copy Staff 2: Athletic Associa-
tion: Volleyball Varsity 2. Clubs: Biology 3: Ceramics 4: Choral
2, 3, 4: French 3: Latin 2.
FRANCES MARY LUKAS 24 Springdale St., Milford
Tarcisians: Athletic Association: Missions: Highlights Typing StaE
4: The Lauralton Typing Staff 4. Clubs: Biology 3: Business Presi-
dent 4: Choral 2, 3: Latin 3: Spanish 2.
MAUREEN ANN LYNCH 426 Ocean Ave., Stratford
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Hockey Varsity 4: Intra-
murals 4. Clubs: Biology 3: Latin 3: Spanish 3.
PATRICIA MARY MAHER 36 Brewster Rd., Woodmont
Tarcisians: Missions: The Laumlton Business Co-Editor: Athletic
Association, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4: Hockey Varsity 4, Man-
ager 3: Blue and White Hockey 1, 2: Softball 1, 2: Speedball 3:
Intra-murals 4. Clubs: Biology 3: Choral 1, 2: Lauralettes 3:
MARY LOU MANDANICI 276 Funston Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Missions: Highlight: Business Staff 4: Athletic Associa-
tion: Blue and White Basketball 2: Hockey Intra-murals 4. Clubs:
Biology 3: Debating 3: Future Teachers 3, 4: Latin 2: Library 4.
JUDITH ANN MARTIN 123 Ridge Rd., Stratford
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association. Clubs: Bi0l0gY 33 Ce-
ramics 1, 2, 3, 4: Fine Arts 1: Latin 2: Spanish 3, 4, Vice-
MARLEEN DORIS MATYSZEWSKI
34 Glenwood Dr., Trumbull
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Hockey Varsity 4: Bas-
ketball: Highlight: Typing Staff. Clubs: Biology 3, President: Ce-
ramics 2: Fine Arts 3: Latin 2: Spanish 3.
PATRICIA JUDITH MURATORI
1093 Capitol Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association: Hockey Intramurals 1,
2. Clubs: Choral 1, 2: Future Teachers 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Library
2, 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4.
DOROTHY CECILIA MURRAY Newtown Ave., Norwalk
Sodality 3, 4: Tarcisians: Missions: Student Council Treasurer 2,
Secretary 3: Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3: Ceramics:
BARBARA ANN NAYLOR 28 School St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association. Clubs: Business 4: Ce-
ramics 1, 2: Choral 4: Latin 2: Spanish 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN NEARY 190 Whitney Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians: Missions: Athletic Association. Clubs: Ceramics 1, 3,
4: Library 2, 3, 4: Spanish 2, 4.
VIRGINIA CAROL NOIA 1509 Stratford Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 2, Choral 1, French 3, Latin 2.
MAUREEN O'BRIEN 139 Winter St., Stratford
Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisians, Mission Representative 2, The Laumlton
Co-Editor, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 2, 3,
Lauralettes 3, Latin 2, Library 3, Vice-President, Spanish 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET MARY O'NEILL
186 West Liberty St., Bridgeport
Sodality 2, 3, Prefect 4, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association,
Hockey Varsity Manager 4, Hockey Intra-murals 4. Clubs: Biology
3, Future Teachers Vice-President 3, 4, Latin 2, Library 3, Spanish
MARION CATHERINE ONORATO 14 Virginia Dr., Easton
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-
Captain 4, Blue and White Speedball 4, Hockey Intra-murals 2,
3, Basketball Intra-murals 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Biology, President 3,
Ceramics 1, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 4, Secretary 3, Future Teachers 3,
4, Latin 2, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2.
ELIZABETH MARY PAGLIARO 177 Howard Ave., Ansonia
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3,
Ceramics 4, Choral 2, 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin 2, Spanish 2.
LORAINE MARY PELL 206 Marilyn Dr., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-murals 1, 2, 3.
Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 4, Choral 1, Spanish 2, 4.
JUDITH ANN PERISKY 11 Glenarden Dr., Fairfield
Tarcisian Representative 4, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biology 3, French Treasurer 3.
JUDITH ANN PINTO 133 Quince St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, lntra-mural Basketball
1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 4, Softball 1, 2, Captain 1. Clubs: Biology 3,
Vice-President, Ceramics 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Highlight:
Copy Staff 4.
DIANNE EDWINNA PLUCINSKI 866 Merritt St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Ceramics 2, 3,
Latin 2, Biology 3, Future Teachers 4.
SHIRLEY ELAINE RAUSON 127 Stiles St., Stratford
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Highlight: 3. Clubs:
Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 2, 4, Choral I, 2, Fine Arts 1, French 3,
MAUREEN MARGARET REARDON
110 Richmond Hill Ave., Stamford
Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Publicity Committee 2, Rep-
resentative 3, Sodality 2, 3, Second Assistant 4, Highlight: Copy
Staff 2, Associate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, The Laumlton Lit-
erary Staif, Athletic Association, Volleyball Varsity 2. Clubs:
Biology 3, Choral 2, Future Teachers 3, 4, History 4, Latin Treas-
urer 2, Spanish 2, 3.
SHEILA ANNE REIDY 66 Hanford Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-murals 1, 2. Clubs:
Biology 3, Secretary, Choral 1, Fine Arts 1, 2, Latin 2, Vice-
GAY RYAN 16 Allan Dr., Trumbull
Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisians, Representative 1, 3, Missions, Athletic
Association, The Lauralton Art Staff 4, Class Secretary 2. Clubs:
Biology 3, Choral 2, 3, 4, Latin 2, Spanish 2.
MARY ANN SALCE 97 Vincellette St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-murals 1, 2, 3.
Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 4, Choral 1, Spanish 2, 4, Dramatic 4.
JUDITH ANN SALMINI 6255 Maine St., Stratford
Tarcisians, Representative 4, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biology, Vice-President 3, Ceramics 1, 2, Latin 2.
IOYCE EDNA SANTORELLI 106 Colony Ave., Trumbull
Tarcisians, Representative 2, Athletic Association, Class Treasurer
1. Clubs: Choral 1, 2, 3, Spanish 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Dra-
matic 2, 3, 4, Highlight: 3, Latin 2, 3.
AGNES BROOKS SCANLON
R.F.D. K4 North Sylvan Rd., Westport
Tarcisians, Athletic Association, Highlightr News Staff 3. Clubs:
Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 2, Choral 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN SCHAEFER 42 Newton St., Fairfield
Tarcisians, Missions, The Lauralton Literary Staff, Highlightr Fea-
ture StaH 4, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Ceramics 2,
Choral 4, Lauralettes 3, Fine Arts 1, History 4, Latin 2, Spanish
KATHLEEN ANNE SCOTT 20 Denise Terr., Fairheld
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-murals Hockey 1,
Basketball 2, Highlight: Copy Staff 3, News Staff 4. Clubs: Biology
3, Choral 1, 2, Dramatic 4, Lauralettes 3, 4, Library 2.
PATRICIA R. SEBASTIAN 25 Hurd St., Fairfield
Sodality 1, 2, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-
murals 1, 2. Clubs: Biology 3, Fine Arts 1, Future Teachers 3,
JEANETTE ANN SOARES 37 Ford Pl., Bridgeport
Sodality 1, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs:
Biology 3, Spanish 4.
SANDRA KATHLEEN SPARLING 356 Horace St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Dra-
matics 2, 3, 4, Latin 2, Spanish 2, 4.
VIRGINIA ANN STROH 246 Woodside Ave., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Blue and White Soft-
ball. Clubs: Business 4, Choral 1, Fine Arts Vice-President 2,
Spanish 2, 3.
CAROL ANNE SULLIVAN 268 Montauk Ave., New London
Sodality 2, 3, 4, .Tarcisians, Mission Representative 1, Athletic
Association, Varsity Intra-murals 1, 2, Class President 2, Vice-
President 1, Highiightr 2, 3. Clubs: Biology Vice-President 3,
Ceramics 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers, Latin 2.
MARTHA JOANNA SULLIVAN 72 Colony Rd., New Haven
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, The Laumlton Literary
Staff. Clubs: French 3, Vice-President, Latin 3.
DIANE LOIS SZABO 179 Pemburn Dr., Fairfield
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, The Laumlton Typing
Staff. Clubs: Biology' 33 Choral 4.
MARY LOUISE TARASOVIC 123 Church Hill Rd., Trumbull
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Field Hockey Varsity 4,
Intramurals 4. Clubs: Biology' 32 Ceramics 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 4,
Fine Arts 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin 2, Spanish 2, President.
TERESA B. TEODOSIO 60 Rolling Ridge Rd., Orange
Tarcisians, Missions Representative 3, The Lauralton Typing Staff
4, Athletic Association, Volley Ball Varsity 3. Clubs: Ceramics 2,
4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin 2, 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4.
SHARON ANNE THALER Old Stratfleld Rd., Fairfield
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Hockey
Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4, Blue and White Softball 2, 3, Highlight:
Circulation and Exchange Editor. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 3,
Future Teachers 3, President 4, Library 3.
DONNA ALYCE TOCZKO 109 Orange St., Stamford
Tarcisians, Missions, Highlight: 2, 3, The Lauralton Literary StaH,
Athletic Association, Blue and White Speedball 3, Class Treasurer
3. Clubs: Ceramics 1, Secretary 2, Latin 2, 3, Biology 3, President,
Choral 4, Secretary, Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Art Director 4.
MAUREEN ELAINE TRENT 94 Plymouth St., Stratford
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Busi-
ness 4, Librarian, Ceramics 1, Choral 1, 2, Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Latin
2, Library 1, 2.
ELLEN AGNES TRISTINE 241 First Ave., Stratford
Sodality 3, Tarcisians, Student Council Representative 4, Athletic
Association, Intra-murals 4. Clubs: Biology 3, Business 4, Ceram-
ics I, 2, Choral 2, 3, 4, Lauralettes 4, Dramatic 4, Fine Arts 1,
French 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, History 4, Latin 2, Library 2.
JOSEPHINE ANNE TUCCI 61 Washington Pl., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Ce-
ramics 1, 2, 3, 4, French 4, Latin 2, 3, Library 2, 3, 4.
MARY ANNE TYNAN Meriden Ave., Southington
Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisians, Missions, Student Council Representative
2, Athletic Association, Highlight: 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, News
Editor 4, The Laumlton Literary Staff. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral
1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 3, Secretary, History 4, Chairman, Latin 2,
SHARON LEE WASILEWSKI 182 Long Hill Rd., Wallingford
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-murals 1, 2. Clubs:
Biology 3, Ceramics 1, 2, 3, Latin 2, Spanish 2.
PATRICIA YABLONICKY 492 Villa Ave., Fairfield
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association, Intra-murals 4. Clubs:
Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Biology 3, Choral 1,
Debating 3, French 2, Latin 2.
MARY ANN YONEY 160 Eaton St., Bridgeport
Tarcisians, Missions, Athletic Association. Clubs: Biology 3, Ceram-
ics 1, 2, 4, Choral 1, 2, 3, Latin 2, Library 2.
ADELE ANNA ZELICH 397 Curtis Ave., Stratford
Tarcisians, Representative, Missions, Athletic Association, Hockey
Blue and White 2, Speedball 3, Hockey Intramurals 4, The
Laurallon Business Staff. Clubs: Biology 3, Choral 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lauralettes 3, 4, President 4, French 2, 3, Latin 2.
Alyce Harkin .......,......., ........ 5 5 Lucy Avenue, West Haven
Margaret Assenza ......
73 Gravel Street, Meriden
Mary Ann Audisio ..,... ...... 1 15 East Main Street, Wallingford
Lorna Bosses ......,...
Leila Boyle ......,..
Joyce Calovine ......,
Barbara Carroll .,,.,,
Sue Casey ...........
Ann Cassidy .....,....
6 Apple Orchard Lane, Nichols
24 Edgewood Avenue, Milford
111 Colony Street, Stratford
84 Sorghum Road, Shelton
40 Darina Place, Milford
120 Wake Street, Bridgeport
Judith Cholko .,,.....,...............,......... 280 East Avenue, Bridgeport
Eleanor Collimore ........,........,.......... 21 Old Field Road, Fairfield
Eileen Cormier ....,.... ..,
Bldg. 64 Apt. 162 Success Park, Bridgeport
Kathryn Coviello ...............,.,.......,,. 133 Marion Street, Bridgeport
Rosa Louise DeLauro .,..,, ,..... . .. 352 Greene Street, New Haven
Christine Deliee ...,.......
Mary Lou Dinan .....,.
Susan Dolan .,..,. .
Sue Donahue ......
Maureen Doran ...,.
30 Cedar Street, South Norwalk
1896 Huntington Turnpike, Nichols
Booth Hill, Monroe
472 Whitney Avenue, New Haven
196 Charlton Street, Stratford
Bonnie Dubinsky ................,.......,. 729 Shelton Street, Bridgeport
Patricia Duch . .............
489 No. 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, Trumbull
53 Hackett Avenue, Devon
241 York Street, West Haven
65 Hilltop Drive, Southport
5555 Main Street, Trumbull
Margaret Mary Healy ...... ,. .,... 95 Wentworth Street, Bridgeport
Dolores Hvizdo .....,.,,.,. ....... 4 94 East Main Street, Bridgeport
Pat Kalapir ................
Kathleen Kiasky ...,....... ...,.
105 Woodrow Avenue, Southport
95 Beachside Avenue, Greens Farms
Lorraine Knablein ....,... ....,,,. 3 1 Independence Road, Milford
Klara Kronenberger .....
Connie Lupariello .....
Marie Lupoli ..,,.,,..
Beverly Mackin .....
Celine Malisek ...,..,
Barbara Mallozzi ......
25 Darina Place, Milford
77 Elliott Road, Trumbull
.. 125 New Haven Avenue, Orange
. ,....., 199 Rivercliff Drive, Devon
30 Forest Road, Monroe
344 Edison Road, Long Hill
Gail Mario .....,.......,.,... ......,.........,. 6 5 Benson Place, Fairfield
Carol Ann Mastry ...,.,.. .,,.... 1 58 Garfield Avenue, Bridgeport
Sandra Maris .............
Deborah McKay .....,..
Judy McKeon ...............
Millicent Meunier .,..,..........
Mary Dolores Mihaley
Patricia Altieri ......,
Jean Audisio ....,.
Patricia Aurilio ......
Connie Barbiero ........
Joan Barry ..........,.
Dianne Birdsall .....
Diane Brown .....
Joyce Callahan .......
Joyce Corriveau ,,...
Bobbie Coughlin ......
Carol Coviello .......
56 Sherman Street, Bridgeport
48 Rose Street, Bridgeport
54 Bedford Avenue, Hamden
438 Midland Street, Bridgeport
1432 Main Street, Stratford
Leslie Miller .........
Gail Molloy .............
Elizabeth Morgan ..
Maureen Moriarty .
Susan Mullen .........,. ........
Carolyn Nicotra ......
Jane Novey ........,.
Susan Nowicki ,....
Grayce Nucera ..,...
Kathy O'Brien ......
Maureen O'Hara ......
Linda Peck ....,...
Marie Piccolo ...,.,,
Margo Pistey ............ .
Linda Polverari .....,
Cecil Anne Pudvah
Mary Ellen Quinlan
Patricia Rapp ............,.
Wendy Ross .,,..........
Elaine Rutkosky .......
Pat Scherer ...........
Irene Schwartz ...,..
Rosita Scortino .....
Barbara Sedlock ....,
Agnes Semple .......
Carol Shannon ..,...,
Carol Skowronski ..
Elise Soderberg ...,..,,
Judy Stauss ...........
Gail Sullivan .....
Mary Sullivan ........
Beverly Tanner ......,. .
Fran Teodosio . ......
Sharon Toothill ...,...
Mary Trautman ....,..
Kathleen Turner ....
Frances Tynan ......
Patricia Vender .,...,..
Barbara Vincent .......
Teri Wilkinson .....
195 Garfield Avenue, Bridgeport
115 East Main Street, Wallingford
, ...... ,. 752 William Street, Bridgeport
400 Ogden Street, Bridgeport
85 Grove Street, Yalesville
1000 North Street, Milford
19 Knobb Hill Road, Milford
Barnhill Road, Stevenson
15 Christian Street, Wallingford
450 Ocean Avenue, Lordship
900 Riverton Terrace, Stratford
Patt Daly ..............
Michele Daviau .....
Ann Denning ,......
Gale Dolney ...,......
Maureen Donovan .
Barbara Dwyer ....,.
Lugene Eriquezzo ..
Betty Facciuto ....... .
Virginia Fagan .....
Marcia Fodor ........
Kathy Flynn ......
489 North Street, Milford
8 Michael Road, Ansonia
,t .,,. 12 Woodmont Road, West Haven
240 Old Mill Road, Fairfield
93 Point Lookout, Milford
286 Benham Hill Road, West Haven
80 Margherita Lawn, Lordship
710 North Street, Milford
61 Woodland Road, Fairfield
208 Pond Point Avenue, Milford
1'75 Wayne Street, Bridgeport
24 Taylor Ave., South Norwalk
76 Rivercliif Drive, Devon
200 Newfield Avenue, Bridgeport
255 Barnum Avenue, Bridgeport
112 Sylvan Avenue, New Haven
The Choate School, Wallingford
240 Lombard Street, New Haven
557 Wakelee Avenue, Ansonia
Chestnut Hill, Wilton
307 Willow Street, Bridgeport
14 Hill Street, Milford
North Taylor Ave., West Norwalk
17 Foy Street, West Haven
357 Stratford Road, Lordship
R.F.D. 9142 Broadway Road, Trumbull
......,... 364 Frenchtown Road, Bridgeport
Old Saugatuck Road, East Norwalk
504 Park Boulevard, Stratford
400 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby
62 Fenway North, Milford
Cypress Pond Road, Westport
2 Grove Street, South
1240 Post Road, Fairfield
Capricorn Drive, Seymour
60 Rolling Ridge Road, Orange
,.... 3998 Main Street,
5367 Main Street, Trumbull
Eleven O'Clock Road, Weston
Sebec Street, Hamden
Meriden Avenue, Southington
75 Federal Street,
44 Ralston Avenue, Hamden
Long Rotis Road, Westport
24 Maplewood Avenue, Westport
325 South Main Street, Wallingford
132 Cardinal Street, Fairfield
68 Atwater Street, Milford
31 Brushy Hill Road, Darien
187 Sherman Street,
308 Park Street, West Haven
Shingle Hill Road, West Haven
42 Bouton Street, South
87 Woodlawn Street,
. 225 Washington Parkway,
1949 Main Street,
8 Hudson Street,
Barbara Gaetano .....,..
Joan Grottole .,........
Sandy Harkins .....
Margaret Hayes ..,...
Shirley Horvath ..........
Rosemary Ianniello .......
Jane Irving .....,....,......
Virginia Juliano ...,.
Jane Kennedy ......
Marcia King .,.......
Judith Kohanski ,.....
Kathy Lally ......
Judy Le May ..................
Susan Lomazzo ...............,..
Mary Cecelia Malumphy ......
Vennie Lee Mangiaracina
Michele Mark ....................
Pat McCreevy ......
Mary McElrath ........
Alice McGee ........
Gerry Menn ............
Susan B. Mihaley .....,....
Blossom Gay Morris ...,.
Sheila Arp .....,.,.....,.... .
Bonnie Bergin ..,.....,......
Mary Ellen Bordenca ......
Kathleen Bosley ......,.,...
Debbie Boyle ...........,..
Barbara Brennan ........
Mary Anne Burke ......
Phyllis Cholko ........
Maureen Clifford ....,..
Helene Colby ...,,.....
Linda Cordes ........
Sandra Corris .,.....
Virginia Cubelli ,.....
Laurene D'Amico ......, .
Paula Dolan .........,...,.
Mary Dora Donnelly .....,
Joan Durkin ...,......,...
Frances Dwyer .........
Jane Fowler ....,,...
Linda Frattalone ...,.
Janet Galla ......,
Joyce Gallio .........
Pat Gardner ............
Sharon Giannone ......,
Christine Healy .,.....
Cheryl Hubbell .......
Loretta Hvizdo .........,.
Janet Interrante ,...,.....,..
Michele Marie Iorillo .....
Mary Lou Kieran ...........
Theresa Kisiel ,..,.,,...,.
Sharon Kopchik ...,., .,..
Patti Lamb ......... 1 ....
Teda Lane .,................ .
Mary Ann Laydon ......
Diana Mario ...........
485 Lambert Road, Orange
12 Kelsey Court, West Haven
148 Everit Street, New Haven
86 Bridgeport Avenue, Devon
121 Maltby Street, Shelton
495 Shelton Street, Bridgeport
87 Indian River Road, Milford
301 Artic Street, Bridgeport
51 Kneeland Road, New Haven
109 Pinewood Trail, Trumbull
556 Shelton Street, Bridgeport
111 North Whittlesey, Wallingford
Longmeadow Road, Orange
Newtown Turnpike, Weston
179 Howard Avenue, Ansonia
53 Sylvan Avenue, Meriden
3 Ocean Avenue, Milford
13 Moorland Road, Trumbull
,. ,...... . ..,,,.... 8 East Trail, Darien
66 Sutton Drve, Stamford
321 Reeds Lane, Stratford
1432 Main Street, Stratford
130 Ford Street, Milford
Mary Niedermeier .......
Ann Marie O'Hara ...,..
Mary Jane Pearson ..... ,
10 Ridgeview Avenue, Trumbull
2 Fitch Street, East Norwalk
289 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby
842 Lindley Street, Bridgeport
Elizabeth Peclet ...,.......,.,..............
Sharon Lee Pender .... B
Joanne Puccio .........,......,
Angela Rubino ........., .
Eleanor Russo .......,,.....
Esther Ann Samoska .......
Marilyn Scalesse .......,..
Louise Sciubba ......
Judy Siekierski ......
Anne Skidd ...........
Marcia Tarasovic ....,.
Trudy Thaler ......,.
Diane Trautman .....,.
Judi Vitello ...........
Patricia Voelkl ,.....
Beth Walsh .......
Mary Weldon ......,....,..
Phyllis Yranski , ............ ..
146 North Orchard St., Wallingford
..,. 577 Pond Point Avenue, Milford
1 Melwood Lane, Westport
97 Savoy St., Bridgeport
24 Edgewood Avenue, Milford
4980 Main Street, Stratford
27 Page Street, Milford
280 East Avenue, Bridgeport
72 North State Street, Ansonia
27 Freemont Avenue, Milford
131 Cedar Hill Road, Milford
357 East Avenue, Bridgeport
120 Terry Place, Bridgeport
70 Hill Avenue, Yalesville
1896 Huntington Turnpike, Nichols
Debbie Dinan ...,..... ......
251 Cedarhurst Lane, Milford
40 Tavern Rock Road, Stratford
41 Cowles Street, Devon
Shingle Hill Road, West Haven
27 Bayberry Lane, Milford
65 Platt Street, Ansonia
72 Bunnell Street, Bridgeport
19 Central Avenue, Woodmont
Newtown Avenue, Norwalk
73 Garden Street, Ansonia
98 Sixth Avenue, Milford
416 North Street, Milford
, ....,. 494mEast Main Street, Bridgeport
204 West Main Street, Milford
35 Joyce Court, Milford
Linden Woods Road, Norwalk
402 French Street, Bridgeport
5 West Road, Ansonia
4 Rock Ridge Drive, South Norwalk
236 Pine Wood Terrace, Trumbull
80' Hope Street, Bridgeport
65 Benson Place, Fairfield
Kathy McMahon ....,,
g. 49, Apt. 367 Success Park, Bridgeport
75 Calhoun Avenue, Trumbull
10 Paradise Street, South Norwalk
153 Maplewood Avenue, Milford
81 Manners Avenue, Naugatuck
294 Kneeland Road,,New Haven
42 Plymouth Avenue, Norwalk
5 Mayflower Place, Milford
5 Overlook Road, Norwalk
123 Church Hill Road, Trumbull
Old Stratfield Road, Fairfield
5367 Main Street, Trumbull
337 Brooks Street, Bridgeport
Kettle Creek Road, Weston
27 Washington Avenue, Westport
8 Myrtle Avenue, East Norwalk
11 Northfield Road, Fairfield
.......,.,. 10 Sixth Street, Derby
80 Nichols Street, Fairfield
249 Old Dam Road, Fairfield
Caroleann Metz .,.........,...
Marie Ellen Michuda ...,................ 649 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport
Patricia Moher ...........,.. ..
Sheila Moran .........
Sharon Moriarty .,.,...
Alma Munson .......
Phyllis Murphy .....
Mary Nelson ,...., . ..,. ..
Patricia Ann Obaza ......
Linden Avenue, Indian-Neck, Branford
28 Woodside Drive, Orange
Nancy O'Brien .....,..,.......
Donna Jeannie Oddie
Carol Ozarowski .....,....
Joyce Picard ..,.,...........,
Patricia Poster ....,..
Lee Ellen Potter ......,
Carol Reiling ,.........,.
Leslie Ann Richards .......
Joan Savage .................
Mary Lou Serritella .....
Noreen Serritella .....
Linda Shashinka ......,
Pamela Sherwood ......,.
ulie Spang .,............
13 Chaucer Court, Woodmont
9 Pearl Hill Street, Milford
59 Belden Avenue, Norwalk
75 Elizabeth Terrace, Stratford
1648 Barnum Avenue, Bridgeport
208 Pond Point Avenue, Milford
. ....... New Canaan Avenue, Norwalk
18 Bilyard Street, Devon
144 Mary Avenue, Stratford
220 Huntington Road, Bridgeport
31 Pearl Hill Street, Milford
37 Bilyard Street, Devon
28 Home Acres Avenue, Milford
973 Naugatuck Avenue, Milford
165 Hollister Avenue, Bridgeport
1043 East Main Street, Stratford
36 Highland Terrace, Ansonia
12 Nostrum Road, Norwalk
Susan Steelman .,..,. .,,.
Jill Steigler ........
Lois Surgalis .......,....
Heather Sweet ...........,,...
Mary Ann Szymborski .,..
Christine Travis .....,...,.,.,
Marianne Verrell ., ...... .
Margo von Elling .,......
Janet Warzocha .......
Loyola Welsh .......
Barbara Wilson .....,..
Roberta Woicicki ........
Doreen Zahornacky ...,.
Sylvia Zunxn .,,.,......,
58 Templeton Street, West Haven
110 New Haven Avenue, Woodmont
2 Anchorage Drive, Milford
34 Peck Street, Milford
100 Elder Street, Milford
...... ,...., 8 2 Underhill Road, Milford
62 Melbourne Road, Norwalk
120 Ocean Avenue, Milford
266 Melba Street, Milford
North Farms Road, Wallingford
359 Stratford Road, Stratford
64 Indian River Road, Milford
43 Avon Street, Stratford
32 Judson Place, Devon
50 Cherry Street, Milford
FRIENDS OF LAURALTON
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Abbott
Mr. joseph Andrews
Arcade Dress Shop, Inc.
Arrow Floor Covering Co.
Atthur's Youth Center, Inc.
Beneficio Pharmacy, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bevvino, Sr
Henry Harrison Blagden, III
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Brady
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown
Burnett's Plumbing and Heating Service
Dr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Cacace
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Cagginello
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Callahan
Carl's Pharmacy CBridgeportJ
Carl's Pharmacy CTrLunbullJ
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carroll
Connecticut Photo Blue Co.
Right Reverend Monsignor William
Del Corte-Sons Self Service Market
Del-Ray's Salon of Beauty
Mr. Albert Demirjian
Devon Esso Servicenter
Devon Texaco Service Center
Dorsey's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dudek
Mrs. Edwin Duggan
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Duignan
Mr. J. Joseph Dunigan
Mrs. M. S. Dunigan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Dunigan
Dutch of the Nine Brothers
Edith's Beauty Salon
N. W. England 6: Sons
Ethical Pharmacy, Inc.
Mrs. Alma Federowicz
Fiorito's Super Service
Mrs. Gertrude G. Fitzgerald
Flair Beauty Studio
Mr. Edmond P. Foucault
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Gadus
Gadus Spirit Shop
Mr. and Mrs. R. james Gallagher
Mr. Lawrence A. Gardner
Gem Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gaffney
Gene Lee Greeting Cards
Ginny-Lynn Beauty Salon
Goldstein's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. john M. Gotsch
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Gruce
Mr. Brendan Healy
Howe's Drug Store
Jackie's Foot Long Hot Dog Stand
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jarusinsky
joe's Tailor Shop
johnny's Super Service
just Rite Cleaners
Myrna and Billy Kiner
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kisiel
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Lane, jr.
FRIENDS OF LAURALTON
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Lenihan
Little Folks Shop
Long Hill Food Market
Long Hill Pharmacy
Mr. Louis J. Gardella
Lynch's Marcia-Anne Shoppe
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Maher
Mr. and Mrs. john C. Mandanici
Maria's Religious Gifts
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Martin
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Matyszewski
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McConaughy, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James J. McDonnell
William B. Meyer, Inc.
Michael's One-Hour Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Mullins
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Muratori
National Cleaners and Tailors, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Neary
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Noia
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pagliaro
Dr. and Mrs. joseph J. Pagliaro
Mr. Albert T. Parker
Phil's Sugar Bowl
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pinto
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Quatrano
Racine's Sunoco Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Rauson
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Regan
Dr. joseph Reingold
P. C. Riley, Real Estate
Roby's Provision Company
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Rubino
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rugg
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Santorelli
Sarno Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. james A. Scott
Scully Machine Company
Sellas' Package Store
Shelton Hosiery Mills, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Skidd
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Soderstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Spadaccino
Spada's Blue Goose
Mr. Nelson B. Starbranch
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stroh
The Sullivan Flower Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Sullivan
Sylvia's Beauty Salon
Mr. Steve Szabo
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Tarasovic
Trumbull Barber Shop
Mr. john Tucci
Victor and Ricky Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vizzo
White Walk Market
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart White, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Wood
Wyrd's Wailway Wyders
Honorable and Mrs. Kenneth j. Zarrilli
Zelich's Live Poultry, Inc.
Compliments of Friends
Ben's Cities Service Station
325 Boston Ave.
1666 Park Avenue
IN NEW HAVEN
Community Laundry, Inc.
606 Ferry Street
Edwards Beauty Salon
256 College Street
Michael D'Andrea Religious Supplies
1056 Main Street
Dinardo Bros., Inc. fCars, T
325 North Avenue
H. I.. Green Company, Inc.
1158 Main Street
I.. B. Tire Exchange, Inc.
1500 State Street
Maier's Service Station
560 Dewey Street
Jim Macauda's Appliances
1527 East Main Street
Master Electric Supply Co.
645 Pine Street
4100 Main Street
Nineteenth Hole Restauran
650 Brooklawn Avenue
Mario J. Ferro, Public Accountant
246 Church Street
Ed Sheehan Tire and Battery Company
596 John Street
582 Pembroke Street
915 Main Street
Howe and Bridge Street
Murphy Motors, Inc.
266 Synin Avenue
127 Blue Ridge Road
F. W. Carroll and Son
1898 Post Road
Bruder's Bake Shop
227 Bridgeport Ave.
Ann Cleto Beauty Salon
26 Cherry Street
College Inn Restaurant
Boston Post Road
River Street 8: Darina Place
Harrison 8: Gould, Inc.
36 Broad Street
john Hebert, jeweler
45 River Street
IN NEW TOWN
IN SO. NORWALK
S 8: W Metalcraft Co., Inc.
Norwalk Optical Co.
47 West Avenue
Harris Hardware Co.
350 Pequot Avenue
The C. O. Jelliff Mfg. Corp.
I.. B. Switzer, Inc.
450 Atlantic Street
Mr. E. Accardi - Builder
115 Yukon Street
Blake Drug Co.
5565 Main Street
Cellar's Repair Service
2342 Barnum Avenue
350 Stratford Road
Bea Don Court - Piano 8: Organ
Millers Stratford Provision Co.
15 70 Barnum Avenue
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. M. O'Brien
139 Winter Street
O'Connor 8: Gazley, Inc.
1660 Barnum Ave.
The E. 8: W. Texaco Service Co., Inc
1455 Stratford Road
Killen's Amoco Service
315 North Colony Street
Hin Top Bar .st Grill Tip Top Restaurant
338-342 Bridgeport Ave. North Main Stieff
Milford Camera Shop
7 River Street IN WESTON
Westport Development 8: Manufacturing Co., Inc. John Lomazzo 8: Sons, Inc.
545 Boston Post Road Weston Road
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VACATION LANDS, INCORPORATED
2779 MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT
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Tloermoplaxtic and Tbermosetting Plastic Rexin Formulations
CordoglaJ -Armor for Boatx
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Corafopreg and Mobaloy Polyexzer lmpregnated Filareglau
Special Vinyl Formalalon to the Trade
Local Indaftry-World Wide Ufage
Technical Comultants Available
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NEAl'S DRUG STORE
RICHARD E. NEAL, Ph.G., Reg. Pbar.
1 WOOD END ROAD
CCorner Birdseye Streetb
Telephone ED 7-7860
The Prescription Store
THE PAGE MOTOR COMPANY
- BRIDGEPORT AVENUE
at Schoolhouse Road
CHEVROLET - CADILLAC
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Specializing in Complete Imtallatiom
248 BROAD STREET
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Wood and Steel
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"THE WOMAN'S DRUGSTOR "
1278 FAIRFIELD AVENUE
Delivery Service Tel. ED 4-2214
C omplimentr of
PATERSON STEEL 81
joan Lukas, Susan Lomazzo, Geri Sutton, and Kathy
Dunn, where were you when the group pictures were
"The clock is new and so are we," say Judy Stauss,
Leslie Miller and Elaine Rutkosky of the junior class.
A. J. MONGILLOI INC.
Plumbing and Heating Contractorf
NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT
Ply.G., Reg. Pla.
2319 POST ROAD
Phone CL 9-2853
Loans:-nr Fuel. SERVICE
KWILLIAMB SERVICE CENTER!
ED. 7-9088 ED. 7-6805
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Congmtulatiom to lbe
LAURALTON CLASS OF 1959
Mr. and Mrs.
PETER R. SEBASTIAN
25 HURD STREET
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MR. and MRS.
ALFRED C. ONORATG
14 VIRGINIA DRIVE
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THE CLASS OF '59
Mr. and Mrs.
JOSEPH F. MUSANTE
C omplimentx of
MAGIC WATER COMPANY
Bleaching Water - Bluing
Ammonia - S oap Cbipx - Starch
Phone ED 5-6346
160 TAFT AVENUE
BRIDGEPORT 6, CONNECTICUT
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LITTLE STONE HOUSE GIFT SHOP
Giftr of Divination
Perronal-And for the Home
Season: May lsr until early October
MARJORIE ARNOLD-Telephone: GLendale 3-9444
Debbie McKay, Cecil Puclvah, Sister Peter Marie,
Lorna Bosses and Elise Soclerburg engage in campus
Good Luck to
THE CLASS OF 1959
THE SILVER CITY FURNACE COMPANY
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Meals a la carte
Dinnen Made to Take Home
485 CHAPEL STREET
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MR. and MRS. TIMOTHY J. LOUGHLIN
DRUG COMPANY, INC.
767 ORANGE STREET
NEW HAVEN 11, CONNECTICUT
Pharmacists Since 1870
Heat Treating in all it: Pbaxex
67 MINERVA STREET
Lunch period is our favorite class," say Adele Zelich, Diane Szabo, Amy Dudek, Carol Lombardi
and Frances Falk to Sister Mary Elvira.
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,WLM Mr. and Mrs.
CARI. H. GUNTHER
Phone TR 4-9765
Specializing in Taxty Tomato Piex
SEATING OVER 100
Phone ED 5-9361
181-187 PEQUONNOCK STREET
Televirion and Appliance:
FOrest 8-1882 1624 MAIN STREET
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CHAS. ROEDER and SONS, INC.
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C ongmtulatiom to the
CLASS OF 1959
10 MASON STREET
BRIDGEPORT 5, CONNECTICUT
"Four score and seven ads ago, Invcould quote the Gettysburg Address," seems to be the attitude of
Ellen Tristine, Patty Maher and Amy Dudek.
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Industrial Wiring a Specialty
Commercial - Rexidential
1525 RAILROAD AVE.
ZOLTON J. PERISKY
Phone EDison 6-1891
CASA MARIA RESTAURANT
"The Finext Italian Cui1ine"
Steak! - Chop! -- Seafood
Thomas LoPiano Phone Stamford DA 3-1365 680 Boston Post Rd
Prop. Stamford, Conn.
For Your Dining Pleature
Luncheon: - Dinner:
11:45-2330 P.M. 5:00-10230 P.M.
Air Conditioned- Cloxed Sunday!
CONN. TPKE. Exit 44-BLACK ROCK
Member - Dinerx' Club
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CONSTRUCTION COMPANY,lNC.M' A I
120 BANK STREET
BRIDGEPORT 3, CONNECTICUT
Buy Americzix Bert Brand:
Herb Gilbert and John La Sala
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"Oh say, we brought in mints and mints through ads,"
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LOMBARDI ENGINEERING COMPANY
Manufacturer! of Precision Metal Product:
67 MINERVA STREET
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J. D. JOHNSON CO., INC.
Plumbing, Heating and Induxtrial Suppliex
277-281 WATER STREET
Telephone ED 4-4160 or ED 4-4169
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Local and Long Distance Moving
Packing - Shipping - Crafing
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ANY POINT IN THE UNITED STATES
GEORGE HAAS, Manager
Phone WEst 4-2666
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WEST HANEN, CONNECTICUT
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715 WHITE PLAINS ROAD
Commercial, Reridential, and
Wiring Electrical Contractor
Bert Wifbef to
CLASS OF 1959
THOMAS S. ELLSWORTH
2992 FAIRFIELD AVE.
BRIDGEPORT, CONN' These seven plus one had lots of fun,
Selling ads for the book at which you now look.
Clockwise, from the bottom: Maureen O'Brien, Carole
Freeman, Frances DeLuca, Marleen Matyszewski, Elena
Lawton, Amy Dudek, Sharon Wasilewski, Barbara
1499 POST ROAD FAIRFIELD, CONNECTICUT
Telephone Clearwater 9-5289
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GARDEN CENTER 135 TEMPLE STREET
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
STRATFORD, CQNN. Oil Burnen-Fuel Oil:
AERONAUTICAI. MACHINISTS INC.
"2O YEARS OF SERVICE"
M. KUZIAK - Prexident
ARTHUR J. GLEASON- Vice Prerident
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2536 EAST MAIN STREET
FRITZ MENN, Manager
FAIRFIELD SCRAP IRON and METAL CO.
Connecticut Turnpike Exit 25
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948 MAIN STREET - BRIDGEPORT
3621 MAIN STREET - STRATFORD
To The Class of 1959
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join Our Friendly Crowd
1035 STATE STREET
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 8: Sunday
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Religion: Article: - Church Good:
and Catholic Information Center
Phone EDison 3-7272
917 MAIN STREET
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Phone EDison 7-1896
BOSTON POST ROAD
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bing and Heating Contractor
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REMINGTON RAND ELECTRIC SHAVER
Diririon of Sperry Rand Corporation
60 MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT
Congratulations on your being graduated from
Lauralton Hall. It's a wonderful feeling to have
reached this milestone and we hope you take
advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead.
Whatever your chosen field, may you be a source
of pride to your parents, teachers and com-
3582 MAIN STREET
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A EMBER OF THE CROWN FOOD STORES, INCORPORATED
I One of Connecficuf's Largesf Food Disfribufors
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Telephone DR 8-0341
OFF STREET PARKING FOR T00 CARS
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