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

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Yes, here lies the road that leads out of Lauralton. The four years behind us were the roads of preparation. The one before us is the one of choice. This road is long. This road is rough. This road is happy, sad, and changeable. This road is LIFE. There, beyond these gates, lies the road of life, waiting. Here, we have learned how to accept what the road may bring And now, we must travel forth, Embracing what we know, Eager to learn what we know not. We, the Class of 1960, embark on the road called LIFE. May God, through His Mother, bless our endeavors. 4 5 Y -14-if Q 1 HQ ,yliivl There, beyond these gates, lies the road of life, waiting." 5 we oggfafy The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books." - Longfellow 6 .S,cLo0f-- Sf. jodelah Zbguifcling Our glorious land today, 'Neath Education's sway, Soars upward still. Its halls of learning fair, Whose bounties all may share, Behold them everywhere, On vale and hill. America - Samuel Francis Smith The ARCHBISI-IOP His Excellency Most Reverend HENRY UIBRIEN, D.D. The AUXILIARY BISHOP His Excellency Most Reverend JOHN J. HACKETT, D.D. REVEREND CARI. J. SHERER Chaplain and Teacher " K4, wld-,,,.f -,' Mfxf f ,, Y, fy., . ,X 1 , ,J , r NX 1 I Lfff f 1, If fmi, 1 f If I JNXX I I If ,X 4 Qui' olzllefy groffo W 0 b Y. M, 1 ., -'n"M"vPSf'. A ., 'V' , .' U -l.img-'-- --1 -wil' an , w f" ' " ' 9192-Q1 Q ,tv 117 ,-. 'gi' KA .A 'www'-v, qi.. V V ,Y Q W Bias... ..-. -.nlLi?555 f' G11-' lf" -1 .F 4+ :I ..4... "And the slant yellow beam down the wood-aisle doth seem Like a lane into heaven that leads from a dream . . - Lanier 9 SISTER AGNES MARIE xsenlcap 6 D4 E SQWE Q, Q. GUSEUU xt z 1' D g, 5 Y if 4 '- 1 ,w SISTER M NATALIE 92 QL, JJ' 0? ' 1905 ' MOTHER M. RINALDO Councillor xx I SISTER M. PATRICIUS Bursar ,O ,xdclminigifrafion SISTER MARIA BEATRICE Librarian The Spirit of Christ's Coming reigns within Lauraltonfs new library iffu SISTER M. VINCENT DE PAUL Assistant Librarian Sister Agnes Marie, Mother M. Rinaldo and Sister Maria Beatrice agree that the new chairs and lights and tables are all H conducive to research. 'd4'F"' ' E' .- gg.: .ff , , . .. W f . - - - -- ' ws If Q . gn fl 1 , f wap ' ' .V 1 . , aff 45,14 ' 'M . i n 4 F f ck- H - sk .V 9' i MISS CATHERINE DONNELLY R.N. SISTER M. CORONA Business Sister M. Natalie asks Miss Donnelly: "Have you a panacea for malin- gerers?" I2 SISTER M. HERBERT Administrative Assistant MISS MARIE COSTANTINI Gym Instructor .Q SISTER M. AMANDA Religion, Chemistry, Physical Science SISTER M. AMADEUS Religion, Mathematics SISTER M. EUGENE Religio iology 13 SISTER CLARE MARIE Religion, Mathematics MISS MARGARET FOGARTY Mathematics MISS MARIETTA CONROY Latin SISTER M. CORITA Religion, latin SISTER EDNA MARIE Music P Q If MISS PATRICIA O'ROURKE French MRS. ELISABETHA MARI Administrative Assistant, typ a college transcript for a senic J ' . I QS .- .... Q -, gf .I -135. gg, N11 SISTER M. FRANCIS RAPHAEI. Religion, English MISS NANCY LAROCHE English, French MRS. DOROTHY STARRET1' English, journalism MR. PATRICK J. CRBHAN English 5' SISTER M. HERESE 1 Religion, Spanish 'rrfCer55nk s f 'Ubi ,1 1' r H ' rw 'if My ,L MISS MARIE SANZERI American History, Democracy SISTER MARIA MAGDALEN Home Economics, Christian Family Living MRS. VALERIE POLINO World History, Modern Dance MRS. ELEANOR BONNELI., Administrative Assistant, pauses from work for a pleasant thought. I ,nz 42 -Q'g4i1'14'lPL1!:-PARIS Q. "New .' .m cf xx' -gy kssnewi-oi ar-fl-r.-.wf al cf. . 24' aiaaAaEeA'.k.AElAXkaI YLLQQXAXQEQRiskriiikfksiliiliiiiiiiiili:QiQi3iSSiifE3i6lQgSRsQZeA2z.iiwiR A """""fm9"3 3 ' ..'.i'.-M.4L.Q'Qi3l'g eeee lu Q ,w .xdcfwz hers The Road whence all our activities stem. 'I7 eflfg ag G55 . . the King of Glory enters in." - Kilmer 'IB Father bestows God's holy blessing on our rings. l. to r. - Father Sherer and Celine Malisek, Student Council President. For three years we looked enviously at the beautiful rings on the hands of the seniors, until at last'our Ring Day arrived. After Father Sherer had blessed the little gold bands, we eagerly slipped them on, anxious to receive these, our miniature but majestic symbols of seniority. We had come of age as a class- the Class of 1960. "The Ring's the Thing" Seniors: l. to r. - Teri Willdnson, Lorna Bosses, Carol Shannon, Jane Novey, Margie Healy. ing 0 enior mfreaf an The two major senior religious activities at Lauralton consist of the Senior Retreat and the Corpus Christi Procession. The retreat usually takes place in October, and this year Father Andrew Ansbro, CP., was retreat master as he has been at many of Lauralton's senior retreats. For three 'days the A moment of relaxation during retreat seniors emptied their hearts of material things to make room for Jesus. Because this was their last retreat the girls strove to make it their best. The impressive Corpus Christi procession takes place on or near the feast of Corpus Christi. On this clay the seniors, bedecked in Leila Boyle, Marie Piccolo, Celine Malisek with Father Ansbro. orlaud CPA:-ia li caps and gowns, lead the procession, chanting the praises of Our Lord. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is held in the Chapel, on the Mansion steps, and as a grand finale, the entire faculty and student body assemble in front of the Grotto for the last Benediction. "Today we come Thy blessing to im- plore." The Seniors are leaving the Residence Hall on their way to the hrst altar. x . -.. . .r. 44, . glmf, Isa - :hw-.A 1 h - va' Seniors and underclassmen assemble on grotto grounds. The final impressive blessing takes place at the grotto. l. to r.-Sam Kosko, Beverly Tanner, Patricia Rapp, George Gardella, Dolores Hvizdo and Gus Gutosko. I Sue Dolan and Billy Redgate "Going through the mill." Receiving line at junior Prom unior rom "Les Petites Fleurs" cascaded upon us, as we entered Claven Auditorium, on May 8, 1959, for our junior Prom. With music by Harvey Nevins, we danced away the evening, surrounded by flowers provided by Sue Mullen and her decoration committee, in accord- ance with our theme. Carol Shannon and her escort, Rick Parsons, reigned as King and Queen, while Celine Malisek, McGee Ryan, Fran Tynan and their escorts made up the court, The tired scribblings in our dance programs enable us to relive with fond memories an enchanted evening. Louie Delsole and Linda Polverari, Bob Santella and Marilyn Palinkas, johnny Bunton and Marie Lupoli, Jay Burwell and Kathy Turner. ...K Jane Novey and Kevin Sullivan li XS Sitting -- Bill Hoffman, Marie Piccolo, Joyce Calovine, Kelly Clapp. Standing-Debbie McKay, Roy Borg, Frank Cronin and Klara Kronenberger 'fled Lix l l. to r.-Mary Sullivan, Fran Tynan, jack Warzocha, Terry Donahue. X , 4 , , je as-. -,gt move! cgnvligo As we were escorted into Claven Audi- torium, Friday evening, January 22, every- thing was blue except our spirits. The music provided by Harvey Nevins, kept them soar- ing as Fran Tynan and her escort were chosen to reign over the dance. The evening ended much too quickly, but our "Mood In- digo" will always remain one of the most cherished memories of senior year. l. to r.-Butch Pardee, Alyce Harkin, Dick Wall, Pat Scherer, Carolyn Nicotra, Bobby Della Pietra. jimmy Dorsey isn't the only one that's "In the Mood." Kenny Spencer and Elise Soderberg l. to r.-Cliff Langdon, Ellen Flynn, Mike Riordan, Buddy Morgan, Beverly Mackin, Bill Lukas. l. to r.-Jacky Maher, Susan Nowicki, Gary Tamas, Judi Cholko, Mary Trautman, Dennis Solomon, Mary Lou Dinan, Huey Catalano. moon! .grwligo l. to r. - jack Andrews, Carol Mastry, Kenny Bobowick, Connie Lupariello, Al De Ceasere, Grayce Nucera, Karen Edwards, Ed Broughel. 5 ,v 1. to r. - Tommy Kearney, McGee Ryan, Rosa De Lauro, Lou Castaldo, Bonnie Dubinsky, Ronny Vioni, Carleen Gunther, Woody Schempp. l. to r. - Maureen Moriarty, Bob Sponza, Eleanor Collimore joe D'Agosrin, Aggie Semple, joe Flatley. T 5,33 v Q 'A 4 g, we -- pkydicaf Sience Physical Science is a new course at Laural- ton this year. Taught by Sister Amanda, it includes a smidgen of various science studies including chemistry, physics, geology and as- tronomy. Much experimenting, also, is in the curriculum. In addition to classroom work, each student is expected to complete a proj- ect, which is started in September and com- pleted in March. "Breathe in quicklyg I think it's slipping." Pat Scherer and Mary Ellen Quinlan measuring lung capacity with homemade spirometer. "Put the C scale over the A scale over the B scale - Oh, forget it!" Seniors work out problems in Chemistry by means of a slide rule. Q11-. "The birds, the bees and the butterfleasf' l-r: Diane Trautman, Joann Puccio, Ginny Juliano, Barbara Cipser. juniors admire the butterfly collection which was donated by Mrs. Dietrich, mother of one of our freshmen. Kkemidfry ana! Mofogy The study of the sciences has become much more stimulating this year with the addi- tion of the new Chemistry and Biology facilities. Whether we are looking into the func- tions of the cerebellum under the direction of Sister Eugene or the composition of water under the guidance of Sister Amanda, we realize that each is a reflection of the power of God. "Wonder if he's ticklish?" l-r: Sue Burk, Jean Koczak, Kathy Lally, Sue Saleski- junior Biology Students get their Hrst good look at a frog. img , ., Q. r fi'-rl! ,,,...-.ff-ff :UW i- f .Y at P., is Spanish Class - "But Jose Greco isn't a bull fighter." left to right -- Mother Rinaldo, Elizabeth Spodnick, Diane Birdsall and Elaine Rutkosky Jn CAM l ., ,ieiee i. ..,i J ' I, - ,W,,,..,..a,,,.v. J .v.. ,.. MQ.-.X X O'Rourke, Coughlin and Lally this is a French Class?? Latin students admire their various proyects. Eight more minutes 'til lunch! L4 28 lllll Ltlxffi' Religion . . and that's my thesis." N 2 l nfl iQ igion anc! Ciriafian C-ami y oguing The Senior Religion classes, conducted by Father Sherer, form the backbone of each senior's curriculum. Learning about Mary in these scintillating classes has brought us closer to her, and through her, to her Son. Also included in the course are theses on death, love, and the states of life, especially marriage. As an adjunct to this study of marriage, a new course entitled Christian Family Living, has been introduced this year. With Sister Maria Magdalen as classroom adviser, instructions are given on such diverse subjects as finance and interior decorating. These courses enable each girl to build a foundation for a solid Catholic future. Christian Family Living- This is going to be a big potholdet! 'C Intermediate Algebra - "I knew I should have taken Algebra I. Everyone said it would help." Geometry - Watch those curves! Algebra I- just think, someday we may take Algebra II! 30 JL, CAM -I 93 ..1i'l"IL- I 1 Y .Y I 4 NS c 2. sa,-s English III Class Q' f This picture needs no caption. English 1 Class "The quality of mercy is not strained." - Shakespeare ,"" 'Sf ,S bf ul I . . We has gr 1 C t 4' History Class "Teri, this is not a course in the history of skiing." .Slaladfy Under the guidance and with the assistance of. Father Sherer, chaplain, and Sister Maria Magdalen, moderator, the Sodalists meet each week, usually in separate sections with ap- pointed group leaders, who have beforehand planned the special agenda. Each group dis- cusses individual spiritual problems and the special topic of the week. As a finale to its active proceedings during the year, the So- dality crowns Our Lady, Queen of the May. f Z 5, i , I iii 5 l , "O Mary we crown thee . . L-r: Maureen Reardon, Ellen Dunleavy and Margaret O'Neill, Prefect. Marie Piccolo, Prefect, asks the other officers: "What's the Whisper-of-the- Week?" L-r: Mary Mihaley, Treasurerg Marie Pic- colo, Prefectg Susan Mihaley, First As- sistantg joan Lukas, Second Assistant, absent from picture: Judy McKeon, Sec- retary. ,,,,,,.,,f+,,,,,,, Sodality officers and group leads plan the discussion for the weeli meeting. L-r: Sister Maria Magdalen, Mc eratorg Mary Mihaley, Treasun Karen Edwards, Maureen O'Ha Margaret Assenza, Marie Picco Prefectg Susan Mihaley, First Assi ant, joan Lucas, Second Assistai arcia iam! "Yes, He must reign" . . . The students at Lauralton are all members of the Tarcisians of the Sacred Heart of jesus. As Tarcisians we strive to bring the Sacred Heart to reign in our own homes and in the homes of others by offering Him our "three golden pennies" of prayer, sacrifice, and Eucharistic fervor. At the beginning of each year we have the en- thronement of the Sacred Heart in every home room and in the chapel. Every month each class spends a "Half-Hour With Jesus," and each day as part of our morning prayers, we renew our consecration to His Sacred Heart, and invoke His aid through aspirations at the beginning of each class. "Yes, He must reign Tarcisian Representatives who keep the girls informed of Tarcisian activities. Sitting, left to right: jane Irving, Lugene Eriquezzo, Jane Novey, Sandra Sanzeri, Carola Malinoski. Standing, left to right: Claudia Pickett, Theresa Kisiel, Marilyn Agro, Dolores Hvizdo, Barbara Dwver, Mary Beecher, Frances Dwyer. Wil ,1 Xu , ts ' f Q, e 1 W- A t , ,t . 3 We ,, . L il'-I "Three chem cards due Monday." L-r: "Queeny" Gunther, Pat Duch, and Elise Soderberg. ' ' jlle The transfer of the library from the Residence Hall to the Taylor Mansion provoked our wide-eyed attention, our curiosity, and our en- thusiasm. As the chapel is the center of our spiritual life, so the library is the center of our intellectual life. The mansion has always seemed to provide just the ideal background "I'm looking for a flattering picture of Amadeo Avogadrof' Seniors - Left to right - Karen Edwards and Barbara Carroll. ll ll'lW"' with orange?" Did he sy to make a rhyming couplet ending L-r: Debbie Dinan Margaret Dorney. omgfafg for the treasures of black-on-white. Witlm the addition of new bookcases, charging desk, tables and chairs, and lighting fixtures, a bit of the modern has been injected into the mansion. But it still retains a mellow charm, and provides a quiet shelter for our most treasured literary possessions. "Look, Kathy, here's a book on housekeeping on the moon." Dolores Hvizdo makes a dis- covery as Kathy Kiasky, laur- alton's Homemaker of Tomor- row, looks on. if Y 4 i 3 J it ' H 1 , ' . i . J 5 .5555 5, yn rt - A - "Give me the room whose every nook Is dedicated to a book." - F. D. Sherman L-r: Michele lorillo, Patricia Farrington, Carol Ann Mitsak, Betty Gerner, Donesse Fox: Library Club members. -4 -rd Library workroom-where library club members learn what to do when. E-r:hLoyola Welsh, Sister Maria Beatrice, Marcia Tarasovic, Beverly Mc- art y. 37 n N E mt,, vs . ste, i 1 . px Y 'yiviliig I fy STUDENT COUNCIL i E REPRESENTATIVES "And you think Marbury 111. Madison was bad! l-r: Miss M. Conroy, Fac- ulty Adviserg Celine Mal- isek, Student Council Presidentg Sister Mary Natalie, Principal. 38 "You say she has 18 hours detention now." l-r: Janet Warzocha, Elise Soderberg, Celine Malisek, joan Lucas. we .S?u0!enf Kounci This organization is a link between the faculty and the student body. Its chief func- tions are: establishing high standards of conduct, preserving the welfare of the school, and acting as a mouthpiece for each srudent's wishes. The Council consists of four officers elected each May and representatives from each home room elected in September and again in january. Each year an informal dance for juniors and sophomores entitled "Cupid's Capers" is sponsored by the Council and this year they have undertaken sponsorship of a Fathers' Sports Night in conjunction with Mission Day. These are the activities of the Council and all the students are truly grateful for the benefits received. 25:5 fr: ,. ' , I vary E9 Q "Doe, a deer, a female dear . . Choral Club Officers-Standing, left to right: Bonnie Bergin, Karen Edwards, Mary Mihaley, Bar- bara Ulizio, and Sister Edna Marie, faculty adviser. lilill A CQLWJ CM aw! Im.,-adffes Any girl here at Lauralton who considers herself the possessor of musical talents is encouraged to develop them. The Choral Club, divided into the junior and senior groups, is an outlet for musical expression. Under the guidance of Sister Edna Marie, the groups meet twice weekly. They also engage in a series of concerts during the school year. The Lauralettes, an outgrowth of the Choral Club, is a smaller group of musically inclined singers who are willing to devote more time to developing their assets. "All together now, one, two, three . . Left to right: Chantal Debreu, Lynda Knapp, Paula Ryczer, Alice Honeck, Marylou Menchak, Marcia Murad, and Marylou Edwards. S Nui This issue of Highlight: is the best one et! Seated: Kathy O'Brien and Klara Kron- enberger, Editors-in-Chief. Standing: Louise Scuibba, Gerry Menn, Elizabeth Spodnick, Debbie McKay, Jane Kennedy, Millicent Meunier. llll I .Mghhghfa Highlightr, the official news publication of Lauralton Hall, under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Starrett, strives to maintain high journalistic standards in its role as "chief in- former" to the student body. The staffs aim to support our school, its principles, and its principalg to convey the news accurately and honestlyg to bring about closer cooperation between students and ad- ministrationg to stimulate interest in extra- curricular and social activitiesg and to estab- lish a bond of understanding and unity among the girls. ni L . Editors-in-Chief Kathy O'Brien and Klara Kronenberger receive a few pointers from Mrs. Dorothy Starrett, faculty adviser The "highlights" in Highlights. ul Backstage rehearsal for the big story. Seated: Joyce Callahan and Sue Casey. Standing: Gail Sullivan, Louise Scuibba, Kathy O'Brien, Louise Garofalo, Linda Peck, Klara Kronenberger Mary Dietrich. "What's the word? Thunderbird!" l. to r.: Mrs. Dorothy Starrett, Adviserg Louise Scuibba Klara Kronenberger, Joyce Callahan, Linda Peck about to leave for a journalism convention at Storrs. Y 1 s " . .- X rs.., , is 2 if- Z' l The Laumlton 1960 is Lauralton. It is the confused Freshmen, the knowing sopho- mores, the "newly arrived" juniors, and the best Seniors. It is the business staff filling out ad blanks, the art staff playing with graph paper, the typing staff deciphering hiero- glyphics, the literary staff conjuring captions. It is ideas which when poured into the giant "melting pot" produce a book that is entirely our own creation. The Typing Staff "deciphering hier- oglyphics . . Elizabeth Morgan and Ann Cassidy ar typewritersg Leslie Miller, Sue Nowicki, Marylou Dinan, Par Ven- der and Irene Schwartz. The Lauralton "The Literary Staff conjures cap- tions . . 1. to r., standing: Patty Rapp, Eleanor Collimore, Maureen Mori- arty, Debbie McKay, Carleen Gun- ther. Sitting: Connie Lupariello, Marie Piccolo feditor-in-chiefj, Leila Boyle, Judi Cholko, Celine Malisekg missing from picture, Gail What! No graph paper? Sullivan. The Art Staff--Frances Teodosio, Carol Mastry Cart editorb and Sharon Toothill-taking a break from the graph paper routine. K? BUSINESS CLUB A :ffl A GIRLS ENACT A TYPICAL DAY IN AN OFFICE. No clock-watchers here. Clothed in proper office attire, these girls are perfecting their skills. udinedd For those who plan to enter the world of commerce, Lauralton offers the Business Club. This organization is made up of those girls taking the secretarial course, who want to know more of the inside details of the world of their future careers. At the monthly meetings held in the social room, the Club discusses the many facets of the business world, from clothes to dictaphones, and the girls share with each other the experiences of part-time jobs they have already held. The Club makes trips to various companies to acquaint themselves with their future surroundings and to further prepare them for life in the world of "gray flannel suits. Although it has been a hectic day X and the girls are anxious to go home, they make sure the ofiice equipment is in order. l. to r. - Barbara Sedlock, Beverly Mackin, Pat Vender, Eileen Cormier, Elizabeth Mor- gan. V' 4 M ozz,,1,3 fi -- ea lem "But, Monsieur, there is a God." l. to r. - Rosemary Green, Ellen Dunleavy, Chris Wallach, Carleen Gunther, Tony Piazza, Leila Boyle, in The Smallexl of All. Twice a year, we find an audience Hling into Claven Auditorium for the annual presentations of "Our Lady's jestersf' Approximately half the dramatic club consists of always-forgotten, behind-the-scenes workers, who labor diligently on each costume, on the lights, and on the setting for the final perfection of each performance. The Jesters try faithfully in every theatrical endeavor to live up to their motto, "For the glory of God, and the joy of His creatures." .L "There, there, Peter, don't cry." Peter Brosnan and Carleen Gunther. "For this day is born to you a Savior . . Representing St. Joseph - Barbara Blohmg the Blessed Mother - Bonnie Dubinskyg the Shepherds: Kathleen Kiasky, Patricia Rapp, Jane Irving and Maureen Moriarty, Angels: Carol Shannon, Judi Cholko, 5. if Marcia Fodor, Carleen Gunther, Christine Deliee, Mona Kamykowski, x Sandra Matisg Kings: Gail Sullivan, Marguerite Ryan and Rosa De- 'ww Lauro. DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Standing, l. to r. - Margaret Dor ney, Secretary, Kathy Lally, Vice Presidentg Teri Wilkinson, Treas urer, seated Carleen Gunther Pres ident. I L, Field Day if cl womlrom, riotom, bilariouf ocmfion ,s- i"fY'f: A . A I . -f .Fi is xx! ' I , . 1 2 igij 2 jg p 1 f it , V ,,.. , .Q ,L .W A ' ty. gig Z . at : - i W, V ,K X . -- if -1 f - .4 , 4 X. Q 1 ' . v. ., T ' - " ' Y A A5 l " f f .LsfQN?l,, A Km, 'Q J' -1 N gm.-sm '1'fi"!:'z1"ffTE'?g4',9 -. - .. is e fs: 4,-' - . 'fY', ' i , f ' V . .- 'x t-iQ5zgLf'Q.z?, ,K ,' sr .Q 5 "'gmf11y in-,A "" - is 1.-fm. M . M, W ,, ., v V-p -wi., . X L- fi swf.-gr, ' 'i'- .ff i.,fi"'.?1"f??1.f1' 5'5"-2 Sr. LQ '- ' VL ,,,v.,, -A --4151 gia.?.1,-,xii iris-L D. ., E, , L .,,:,. ,-l.., y. f R A? 1. A i ,I VF 21,1 I., V. . .xg gr faint wi f f f.. ., -- .- :ai -N . nf Mb' f . .fr x 1 -':. ",, j,-L' .,A' ' 'sig - f-f:fg"-,f,- - ge N .gag Z, 1 M gf NN ,L ww!-g,,,'g, Q 3' -51,51 '232 .tits M "Memories are made of this . . Seniors requesting Mother Rinaldo to sign yearbooks, ft! "The year the Yankees lost the 5' pennant." I "First you put your two knees close up tight . . .' K..-, l. to r. - Roberta Wojcicki, 'Q is 1 7 , ' 'I --,Z McGee Ryan, jean Audisio on , - , A ' ,..' W' Q., ' A ' A393 t sf, is - il M -' - ' fi if f:'. L. " .,, at . ' K " J""3i - W Field Day. 'Za it ' , if xv wi --A .V Jr I I A ' V i A va5g.fs.g,w,,4+,1tS:5 s' 3 -a is V z X s:..z?iMs ,LN ,, , X N Wk in ,kl' ,ty i J Lu f '-ff' Q wi I , .. .2 r Q I "They said it couldn't be done." IAP "I l. to r, - Jane Novey, Irene Schwartz, Maureen Moriarty ,V Mary Sullivan, Eleanor Collimore, Carol Shannon M. x -4. iv-'f-La.. , ,x A0 , , , 5 I' - . Q N' 'rf - I - mv .1 . is - S A ', K . x 7, if af-yfjsg-ggf ' - A L1 ,gi L gwgQ-ei-L9 M Q A , ,,.l L,xln.. g x VL: .vigkkl 5 A V M A A W ' ' S in 2 M , .-,,i,, ii S .j "Hurry, Mr. Preim, my arm's killing me." l. to r. - Eleanor Russo, Carol Mastry, Gail DeMarco, Marion Onorato. Laurie Lauralton, appropriate- ly attired and fully armed, is ready to "sound off." CL QQPLLICJQP5 Ten excellent reasons for the supporters' spirit and the team's triumph are the ten ever-energetic cheer- leaders. After undergoing rigorous training they are chosen by the faculty. Their consistent vibrancy, indomitable vigor and animated enthusiasm shine forth with un- failing brightness at pep assemblies and varsity games alike. Though small in number, their boundless viral- ity makes us realize that if one can't do it . . . "the team can!" "You're off beat, Pat." 1. to r. - Judi Cholko, Mona Kamyl-rowski, Alice Harkin, Pat Scherer, Barbara Ulizio, Sheila Arp, Debbie Boyle, Pat McCreery, Mary Lou Dinan. CAbsenr, Sandi Matis.J 46 BASKETBALL VARSITY - "With a basketball y0u'll find us . . ." .xdfkdzfic :Mociafion Every Lauraltonite is a member of the Athletic Association, an organization devoted to developing good sportsmanship and fair play. All the intramural games, the ever- popular faculty-varsity sports, and Blue-Wliite games are sponsored by the A.A. The A.A. held two assemblies this year, At the first, the cries of the cheerleaders rang through the air, instilling the 'underclassmen with the traditional spirit. The Awards Assembly, held on Field Day, announced the outstanding athletes and presented them with their respective medals, emblems, letters, bars and stars. The cheerleaders, cheerleader captains, and the A.A. ofiicers for the following year were installed at this time also. FIELD HOCKEY VARSITY - "We have a varsity that beats them all . . A te" "" A r 'j t is , ti 5 t-Lk-k . ...vii . f s N 0, ' A . i vt J' w '61 , ax. 'EEK +. eg. 2, X ,L o - -4 1 N Q, .- 11 as .M l 'W x X 'f-:sm .fdrf gfugri l Wtmrking from a shapeless lump of clay to form a finished ceramic masterpiece, each member of the Ceramic Club projects her ability to create. With easel and brush, idea and paint, the Fine Art Club members transform the abstract into the con- crete in novel and imaginative ways. For those interested in the crea- tive end of art, these clubs provide an outlet for expression of talent. Drawing Nebbishes, girls? juniors and Sophomores in Fine Arts Class. 48 3 is me is tk x Q wx 'Q Working hard, Marylou? Standing, left to right - Sis- ter M. Therese and Donna Jeannie Oddie. Sitting, left to right - Leslie Miller, Mary Lou Dinan and Louise Sciub- ha. ,jf allguage CKUAJ The Spanish, French and Latin Clubs all have an integral part to play in the lives of interested students. These organizations endeavor to gain fuller under- standing of the customs and the way of life of the people whose language they are studying. Members of the clubs have come to know and appreciate the outstanding figures, the cultural achieve- ments and the historical grandeur of their respective countries through songs, games, records and an occa- sional dramatic production by the members. as FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS "Don't iust stand rhereg do something." l. to r. - Diane Trautman, MaryAnn Au- disio. Ulbsent from picture, Carol Shannon, LATIN CLUB OFFICERS "We come to bury Caesar." l. to r. - Loyola Walsh, Frances Dwyer, MaryLou Serritella, Roberta Wojcicki. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS They're not the Kingston Trio, but they can translate "Coplas." Left to right: Connie Lupariello, Barbara Ulizio, Eleanor Collimore. VY Rosa Del.auro. ofafin me "Do as the Romans do" was the motto of each Latin II student during Latin Week in early May. Among the events listed for the week were a Roman wedding scene and an unusual, but delightful, fashion show. The week was climaxed and highlighted by the Roman Banquet modeled after the early Ro- man feasts. Members of the Latin Club in the wedding procession from the home of the bride to the home of the groom. sw! QQ Latin II students in the wedding scene in the atrium of a Roman house. -.1 Latin Club members participating in the betrothal scene taking place in the atri- um of a Roman house. Iaaniak .fdfnriemdfy Girls danced by in a bright array of Mexican colorsg feet tapped to the rhythm of Spanish folk melodiesg the flags of the Spanish republics set side by side created a mag- nificent color scheme. These are significant memories of the lirst Spanish Assembly at Lauralton. Under the capable direction of Mother Rinaldo, the assembly honoring the Organi- zation of American States, was presented by the combined Spanish classes. A brief history of the O.A.S., and a skit by the senior members were all skillfully interwoven into one of the linest assemblies of the year. 5 Ole! all f' l. to r.-Maureen Glea- ",.X son, G a i I Gallagher, QW . ,-"7 lf J Karen Kleinhagen, Judy ' K t Homorsky, and ju d y fvwu , Martin enjoy a Spanish Rv Dance. Mother Rinaldo and her little muchachas holding the flags of the Spanish Republics. 1wr""'1"'1' t X' key, be f-bg gk . cm .. l as --- 'wx ir, i cience Chemistry Project - Rosemary Green converts oxygen into ozone to show its effect on bacteria in a bloncl culture. Chemistry Project 7 One nf the finished jars contains rayon fibers made by Nancy Jennings. ,X 1 N, I2 STEPS txmsnft i 'l'EQ1jIN,2ff RAYON , ,re y ,c.i i r, -vi""'5' Um' Hlltlsmi - 9 1 1332 X 7. . . V n 5 1 . l in x + - Yh ' 1 C Y -A A. -IJULSULU, J Q. . i.,.,,.. ,,,Wg'W5fi.ii:tfi,4 f + 5 'Qfw Ms f ,if if 2 -i tk' me F5 1 ..5. 5 iczi. gigt ifmwiii ,X xi L . Aung' ' V W :L J - f -,QQ air Measuring tree branches, inebriating guinea pigs, preparing dyes from every available source to make every conceivable color, dissecting rabbits and work- ing with plastics - these are some of the familiar sights at Lauralton's annual Science Fair. All Chemis- try and Biology students work enthusiastically for three or four months until they finally finish their pre- cious projects and prove their theories. Many projects went on to local and county contests. All didn't win, but the fun and experience will be the future lure of future years. Those who did profit in the National Achivement numbered forty, with sec- ond and third awards merited at the Bridgeport Science Fair and the Notre Dame of West Haven Science Fair. ,Q My k l jg If La- . 4 ...-+?5',,.' rt . .Q i Biology Project: Nutrition experiment - a dietetic experiment show- ing the effects of milk, coffee, and whiskey on guinea pigs. The inside tells the story. L. to r. - Louise Garofalo, Bonnie Dubinsky, Susan Nowicki, Mary Lou Dinan. Biology Project: Getting a supply of plants from slips. Hormone powder works magic. L. to r. - Carol Shannon, Mary Sue Dolan. "Looking for something? Try the yellow pages." Left to right: Par Rapp CLibrary Club Presiclenth, Beverly Tanner, Carlene Gunther, Mary Trautman and Louise Garofalo. I see MAD isn't recommended! goal' .Clair Claven Auditorium was the scene of the Library Club's first annual book fair, which gave the girls and their parents a chance to inspect and purchase current Catholic literature. Under the direction of Sister Maria Beatrice, the Club's adviser, the rear of the auditorium was transformed with displays and flowers for the event. The Fair was the highlight of Lauralton's celebration of Catholic Book Week. "W-1... Mammy s little baby loves short ntn short nm Last year Lauralton had the privi- lege of listening to Garfield Henry's Silverrones. This talented trio has achieved world-wide recognition as one of the foremost vocal groups of our time. Top Sellers in the Mercy Guild Drive L. to r. - Karol Gordon, Pat Fucci, Angela Ru- bino, Chris Deliee. Energy, initiative and enthsuizsm drove these girls on to be top sellers in the Mercy Guild Drive. .SQKU2I't0l1.25 modern allfe We ll travel along singing a song, side by side." H 2 .,, ' s f s .ill We aren't abstractg we're just expressing ourselves. L. to r. - Kneeling: Margaret Hayes, Patricia Moher, Barbara Ulizio. Standing: Cecil Pudvah Bon nie Senior, Kathy lvers, Pat Fucci. "But this is a modern school which realizes just studies canlt be the ruleg so they offered us . . Modern Dance. Mrs. Valerie Polino and her black- skirted lassies arabesque their way across the gym developing grace and poise through this creative dance. The Canterbury Choir came to Lauralton for a joint concert. After the concert, these lads and lassies took part in and enjoyed a different kind of modern dance, which was the highlight of the evening. Cdnfefgufy' CLMFCLAOII COflCeI'i an 6l.l'lC8 1-WN .G 1- if: 1' .2134 1' X7 ex w 'M Q.. .1 . , M i N Q45 1 sv E y " ,,- Y Q-nf' 1- 4 yf 'A ww' 2. QNX X ARRIQ X Sk X xx www? ENUM-flfii , 6 - -P . - k ' ar .- ' ' 457 IN-H ' X 5:-Z' ... .. K .vu amen ,awww ...f- E Q. 1, 'Ki ,gfr.e4M'f" KK ii' 3. . if 6 " J ,of Q x, X u x xx xx X -Xxx A X xx N Rx MHJGFCXCIJJQJ 4, - sm- E, . .- Q if I l,, k g5 --X 1 X gm X? kk . K A K ". . . tell us of the Road, Which to discover we must travel, too.' -- Omar Khayyaim 59 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS - Mary Beecher, President Slmron Aldo, Vice-Pres- idenrg Karol Gordon, Treasurerg joan Lane, Secretary. Cfaaa icerd SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Sharon Kopchik, Treasurerg Terry Kisiel, Presidentg Ginny Cubelli, Vice-Presidentg missing from picture, janet Inrerrante, Secretary. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Mary Wel- don, Prcsidentg Jean Audisio, Vice-Presidentg Sue McEnerney, Treasurerg Trudy Thaler, Secretary. F P85 l'I'lCl,l'l C H66 Front row: Nancy Frese, Kateri Ben- nett, Mary lfllen Hadden, Sharon Aldo, Donna Dnnyko, Kathleen Appleby. Back row: Victoria Benedetto, Jean Del Vec- chio, Diane Fowler, Sharon Galhicsek, Brigitte Hold, Susan Duffy. Front row: Jacqueline Dean, Janice tliCecco, Mary Ann Goleas. Back row: Kathleen Doyle, Elaine Brown, Susan Fahey, Gwen Gunth- er, Carol Gerar-li, Mary Lou Con- lorte, Margaret Glendon, Judith Fray, Grace Gattert, Sharyn Bren- nan. Seated on floor: Colleen Reicly, Claudia Pickett, Barbara March, Ar- lyne Russo. Seated: Jeanne Soban- ski, Susan Trautman, Eileen Sem- ple, Justine Malumphy, Carol Suhy, Standing: Jacqueline Preto-Rodas, Marcia Murad, Laureen Suhy, Mary Martin, Sandra Smith, Kelly Ann Stradley. 61 Front row: Carol DeLuca, Susan Ellis, Lynda Knapp, Mary Lou Ed- wards, Catherine Hugue, Patricia Harlow, Mary Galgota. Back row: JoAnn Bitel, Kathleen Dunne, Su- san Coe, Rita Lockwood, Denise Casey, Lynn Fagan, Kathie-Lynn Bero, Nancy Kadar. F Front row: Frances Tucci, Sharon O'Donnell, Honora Sheehan, Re- becca Polle, Lynn Raslarsky, Bar- bara Jones. Back row: Mary Lou Kieran, Patricia johnson, Mary O'Connor, Barbara Kovacs, Gail Paul, Sandra Sanzeri, Katherine Lucarelle, Gwen Luciano. F25 l'Yl6ll'l gfadri Front row: Karol Gordon, Anne Hudak, Dorothy Mett, Louise Manftedi, Ellen Leeney, Patricia Harlow, janice Slesinski, Alice Honeck, joan Lane, Maryann Mal- lozzi. Back row: Katharine Ivers, Carol Ann Mitzak, Marion Straubel, Maryanne Roche, Jean Lesko. Front row: Donesse Fox, Mary Dietrich, Andrea Gadus, Joan Dringoli. Back row: Mary Beecher, Patricia Farrington, Margaret Dickinson, Mary El- len Fay, Elaine Demerest, Eliz- abeth Gerner, Mary Clyne, Chantal Debreu, Ellen Crans- ton, Elaine Engel. 6 Ped Dian Cfdffrf swsenlcopo Q5 40 6 'r 4 uf? 6 xx 2 5 ii' ' a Diff Q: x 2 3 5 5 Tl 5 U : 1 xiii ,fy 6' Z2 AAA LLL' 5 494' BML -95' . ,905 . Front row: Joanne Scala, Car- ola Malinowski, Maureen Pa- quette, Mary Lou Menchak, Barbara Giannone, Janet Stel- la. Back row: Virginia Perry, Catherine Lawson, Mary Pud- vah, Paula Ryczer, D o n n a Spang, Bonnie Senior, Janet Lombardi, Elizabeth Penders. Sophomore CZCLJJ L. to R. First row: Helen Col- by, Sharon Giannone, Eileen Carlton, jill Fowler. Second row: jane Golden, Mary Ann Laydon, Debbie Dinan, Paula Dolan. Third row: Phyllis Cholko, Loretta Hvizdo. SERICO GSW B Rake vl? x 1? 14, I- J, 1 3 V v if F' I e i J f LU , xl 7 D Y, L 1 V S 3 v If L 1 Ni. il' 5 D553 f-Lb 494, 2:-444 ,aa ' 79 05 ' L. to R. Sitting: Marilyn Quil- ty, Marianne Verrell, Lois Sur- galis, Mary Nelson. Standing: Mary Lou Serritella, Sylvia Zunin, Julie Spang, Roberta Woicicki, Pat Poster, Loy Welsh. .S20l0A0l'I'l0l'2 Cfadri Kneeling: Linda Shaslinka, Carol Ozarowski, Donna Santo. Standing: Heather Sweet, Leslie Roy, Carol Reiling, Patty Moher, Sue Steelman, Judy Maher, Chris Travis. L. to R. Front row: Honey Dwyer, Cheryl Hubbell, Chris Healy. Second row: Sheila Arp, joan Durkin, janet lnterrante, Ginny Cubelli, Missy Knell, Kathy Bosley, Paula George. Front row: Marilyn Agro, Stephanie Boffa. Second row: Pat Fucci, Karen Duggan, Lorraine Bissonnette, Mary Dora Donnelly. Third row: Kathy Brostrom, janet Gal- la, Ronnie Jananda, Bonnie Bergin. page L. to R. First row: Noreen Serri- tella, Janet Warzocha, Caroleann Metz. Second row: Pat Obaza, Val- erie Martin, Marie Michuda, Sheila Moran, Lee Ann Potter, Donna Jeannie Oddie, jill Steigler, Rober- ta Mark. W-'Fein-l Q""'+-ug, .S?0l0L0l'l'l0I'e 66154 Left to right: Kathy McMahon, Beverly McCarthy, Sharon Moriarty, Sandy Pickett Jean Savage, Nancy O'Brien, Leslie Rich ards, Alma Munson, Barbara Wilson, Mary Ann Szymborski. L. to R. First row: Pat Gardner Debbie Boyle, Mary Ann Burke Second row: Darlene Gebhardt Sharon Kopchik, Michelle Iorillo Third row: Mary Ellen Bordenca Phyllis Murphy, Terry Kisiel, Di- ana Mario. Top row: Virginia Zunin, Barbara Blohm, Michele Mark, Meg O'Neil, Marcia Fodor, Mary Cecelia Mal- umphy, Barbara Dwyer. Bottom row: Eileen Starbranch, Joan Grot- tole, Shirley Horvath, Sue Mihaley, Eleanor Russo. unior 64456 Left to right: Barbara Ulizio, Marcia King, Vennie Lee Mangiatacina, Barbara Gaetano, Esther Ann Samoska, Pat Aurilio, Joan Barry, Maureen Donovan, Cheryl Uccellini, Sue Burk, Phyllis Yranski, Marcia Tarasovic. Left to right: Beth Walsh, Sue Mclinerney, Margaret Dorney, Blossom Morris, Dianne Bird- sall, Margaret Hayes, Ginnie Barbieri, Alice McGee, Jane Kennedy, Betty Spodnick, Judy Vitello, Ann Marie O'Hara. 67 J-it -' Al?-fy Left to right: Judy LeMay, Angela Rubino, Carol Lee jans, Dolette Boreiko, Lugene Eriquezzo, Lynn Rader, Geri Sutton, Nancy Naylor, Judy Siekierski. Seated: Diane Trautman, Kathy McElroy, Karen Lesneski. Standing: Mary Kay Matson, Mary Whelan. unior add Standing: Sherrie Reutter, Mary Nieder- meier, Kathy Lally, Judy Kohanski, Bob- bie Coughlin, Donna Prentice, Betty Peclet, Ginny Fagan, Seated: Peggy Smith, Sandy Harkins, Kathy McCoy, Ginny juliano. Standing: Kathy Flynn, Elizabeth Roche, Par Alricri, Maureen Caldwell, Gale Dol- ney, Mary Weldon. Standing: Mary jane Pearson, Parry Mcfkeery, Renee Melillo, Gerry Menn, Par Leone, Joan Lukas. unior Cfadd Back row: Party Murphy, Diane McPadden, Diane Brown, jean Koczak. Front row: Ann Denning, Joyce Corriveau, Rosemary Iannello, Linda Hebert, Barbara Buckman, Joanne Puccio, Ermine Le- Donne, Carol Coviello. Top: jean Audisio, Carol Czaplinski, Barbara Cip- cer. Middle: Susan Saleski, Gretchen Lane. Bot- tom: Cathy Zachariewiez, Trudy Thaler, Mona Kamykowski, jane Irving, Pat Voelkl, Marilyn Scalesse. enior Cfafid Ofhcerd: 1. to r.-Treasurer-Andrea Santaniellog Secretary, McGee Ryang President, Leila Boyle Vice-President, Louise Garofalo. W fo' ' ' I , .' .ag Q 'mt ' N X V ' ff - f V J I1 b w 1:1 3.,f"?g:"'a kk 'mls .ff YM mx v Q-1+ N. wx wx X-wk J Q - a!'?,f4f' .2-. nf 1 S, N. . 9 G 'l 1 , ,Q 1 I S 'a 'n 91 5 .55-'ff - , ,rf I 4 ,Q W! s .i 1 ., .-. n . -4 'Q' 49 fi , Nu wlwr A14 Q I, 1 MARGARET MARY ASSENZA 73 Gravel Street, Meriden, Connecticut "Peggy" . . . no nightly pin-ups . . . mischiev- ous grin . . . infectious laughter . . . always seen with the other two. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 2, 3, 4, Representa- tive l' Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4. LORNA MARIE BOSSES 6 Apple Orchard Lane, Nichols, Connecticut Elfervescent . . . a head full of ideas . . . "I'm having a party" . . . a comment for everything . . . "Come with me, someone." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions , , , , - light: 1, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2 3, Biology Club 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 53 Basketball Varsity 4, Field Hockey Varsity 3, 4. 1234High MARY ANN AUDI SIO 115 East Main Street, Wallingford, Connecticut Neatness personified . . . conscientious student . . . that beautiful handwriting . . . gal with the green thumb . . . white cap future. Sodaliry 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 5, 4, Student Council Representative 2, High- light: 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3. LEILA FRANCES BOYLE 24 Edgewood Avenue, Milford, Connecticut '. . . our Voice of Democracy . . . proxim- ity to Prep . . . the choice of the Seniors . . . the sneeze to remember . . . her dream: to write a best seller. Tarcisians 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 4, 0ur l.ady's Jesters 2, 3, 4, The lmaralton Literary Stall 4, Highlights 3, 4, French Club 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE MARY CALOVINE 111 Colony Street, Stratford, Connecticut "Raven-waves" . . . math and science enthusiast . . . sports-minded . . . collects U.S.M.C. articles . . . "always on the go." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3, Highlight: 3, French Club 2g Ceramics 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 33 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals-Hockey 3, 4, Softball 3. "A hint of mint makes a difference." l. to r. - Lorna Bosses, Margaret Assenza, Leila Boyle, Mary Ann Audisio, Barbara Carroll. SUSAN MARGARET CASEY BARBARA ANN CARROLL 84 Sorghum Road, Shelton, Connecticut Tall and graceful . . . spangled with freckles . . . black and whites wear her out . . . boyish bob . . . "It's pouring pitchforksf' Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 3, Highlight: 33 Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4, Spanish Club 5, President 25 Biology Club 3g Choral Club 1. 40 Darina Place, Milford, Connecticut 'iSue" . . . dark-haired beauty . . . highlighted typist . . . popular Milfordite . . . future in the field of art . . . Happy "hello!" Sodality 2, Tarcisians 1, 3, 4, Representative 2g Missions 2, 3, 4, Representative lg Highlight: Typing Editor 45 Art StaE 4, French Club 2, 3, Choral Club Secretary 25 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3. "I dreamed I posed for Mr. Preim." l. to r. - Rosa DeLauro, Judi Cholko, Mary Lou Dinan, Christine Deliee, Eleanor Collimore, Ann Cassidy. Junmq A. cHoLKo 280 Est Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Judi" alias "Ambrose" . . . pixie to page boy . . . pep and more pep . . . the "lil kid" . . . "check with SGT," Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Laura!- ton Literary Stal? 45 Our Lady's Jesters 3, 45 Li- brary Club 15 Spanish Club Secretary 2, 35 Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, Co- Captain 45 Basketball Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Blue and White Speedball Team 3. ELEANOR LIND COLLIMORE 21 Old Field Road, Fairfield, Connecticut "Honey" . . . related to Jenny Lind . . . foun- tain of fun . . . forever defending Hungarians . . . does she or doesn't she? Sodality 2, 3, 45 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 The Laumlton Literary Staff 45 High- lights 25 Choral Club 1, 2, 45 Iauralettes 45 Latin Club 25 Library Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 33 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball Intra- murals 35 Biology Club 3. ANNE SHARON CASSIDY 10152 Wish Avenue, Northridge, California Copious curls . . . slendetly attractive . . . lively chatter . . . delicate penmanship . . . "California, here I come." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Biology Club 35 History Club 35 Highlights Typing Staff 35 Lauralton Typing Staff 4. ul:-rgu-r 4 CHRISTINE DIMOND DELIEE 30 Cedar Street, South Norwalk, Connecticut "Chrissy" . . . tall and lithe . . . likes Westerly points. . . our secret soprano . . . "Did I forget something?" Tarcisians 1, 2 3, 4g Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Our Lady's Jesters 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Biology Club Secretary 3: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. EILEEN JOYCE CORMIER Bldg. 64, Apr. 162, Success Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut Vivacious . . . realistic outlook . . . "What'cha ma callit" . . . there's something about her laugh . . . Lucky Bucky. Tarcisians 1, 3, 4, Representative 2, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, History Club 3, Highlight: Typing Stal? 3, Business Club Vice-President 4. MARY LOUISE DINAN 1896 Huntington Tumpike, Nichols, Connecticut "Mary Lou" . . . lots of pep in a little package . . . a wonder with stage lights . . . favorite num- ber: 60 . . . has to have the car home by dark . . . "Let's go to Fairfield." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4g Our I.ady's Jesters 2, 3, 4, French Club 25 Biology Club 3: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheer- leader 3, 4, Hockey Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3. ROSA LOUISE DELAURO 352 Greene Street, New Haven, Connecticut Buoyant energy . . . follower of fashion . . . meatballs for lunch . . . "Uncle Caesar" . . . "What seems to be the difugilityf' Sodality 2, 39 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 49 Student Council Representative lg The Du- ralton Business StaE 4, Highlight: 25 Our Lady's jesters 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club Vice-Presi- gent 43, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- ent . MARY SUSAN DOLAN Booth Hill Road, Monroe, Connecticut "Sue" . . . sweet and sincere . . . startling eyes . . . voices opinions emphatically . . . "Lorna!" . . . doesn't mind bills. Tnrcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 3. MAUREEN DORIS DORAN 196 Charlton Street, Stratford, Connecticut Colorful coiHures . . . football's lirst casualty . . . poses puzzlers to pate: . . . "Who slayed Goliath?" . . . next: nurse. Sodality 2, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 25 Biology Club 3g Athletic Asso- ciiatgon 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Spanish Club , . f ti W, fffflvfi SUSAN ELLEN DONAHUE . 472 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut "Sue" . . . sweet as a doll . . . lover of mood music . . . social room dweller . . . vitamins in her point of view. Tarcisians I, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. BONNIE MAE DUBIN SKY 729 Shelton Street, Bridgeport 8, Connecticut Bonnie-Belle . . . pixie personality . . . expert on guinea pigs . . . mints and mints of mirth . . . "perfect contritionf' Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Our Lady's jesters 5, 49 French Club 2, Latin Club 2g Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain Blue and White Team 4, Field Hockey Varsity 3, 4, Basketball Varsity Manager 2, Biology Club 3g Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Blue and White Speedball Team 2g Library Club 3. PATRICIA ANN DUCH 489 No. Summerfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Pat" . . . eyes of West Point grey . . . "chem- ical blues" . . . Harding-happy . . . the mint-julep kid . . . bounces on the Bridgeport bus. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, High- light: News Staff 3, 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 25 Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club Treasurer 3. "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?" l. to r. - Maureen Doran, Bonnie Dubinsky, Carolyn Dzurka, Sue Dolan, Patricia Duch, Sue Donahue. CAROLYN ANN DZURKA 692 Dewey Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut True ted-head . . . spontaneous quips . . . quiet-at-first . . . freckles galore . . . early-bird at the R.R.S .... sincere sodalist. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 33 Latin Club 2. GEORGIA ANN DZVILESKI 94 Camden Street, Devon, Connecticut Jocose Georgia . . . genuine friendliness . . . a different pair of glasses for each day . . . "See you around the campus" . . . "I can't spell it, either." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Blue and White Basketball 1, 2g Blue and Vfhite Softball lg Volleyball Var- sity 2g Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, French Club 2, 33 Att Club 3, Treasurer 2. A g.5t,1ifg- li KAREN RUTH EDWARDS 42 Rocky Ridge Road, Nichols, Connecticut Pert and pretty . . . talented accordionist . . . conscientious . . .aspires to be a music teacher . . . "Let's change the subject." Sodality 2, 3, Section Leader 4g Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, Missions l, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. ELLEN ELIZABETH FLYNN 89 Ridge Street, Devon, Connecticut Freckles and then some . . . continually gay . . . leprechauns and shamrocks . . . tidy rypist . .. "Keep your lingers out of the pie." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Lauralettes 3, French Club 2, Latin Club 2. "Why not?!" 1. to r. - Louise Garofalo, Carleen Gunther, Margie Healy Karen Edwards, Ellen Flynn, Alyce Harkin. GERALDINE DOLORES GAMBLE 241 York Street, West Haven, Connecticut "Geri" . . . rich in rhythm . . . Theda Bara of the talkies . . . dozens of discs . . . "That's a jewel!" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 23 Our Lady's jesters 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2g Business Club Librarian 4, Hockey Intramurals 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue and White Basketball Team 1,-2g Junior Basketball Varsity 2g Volleyball Varsity lg Basketball Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Blue and White Softball Team 1, 2. LOUISE FRANCES GAROFALO 65 Hilltop Drive, Southport, Connecticut "The Garf" . . . a V.l.P .... Democrat with dimples . . . last of the Garofalo dynasty . . . No. 23 . . . "l've got the toll." Tarcisians 1, 2, ,3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Treasurer 2, Class Vice-President 1, 4, Sec- retary 3, French Club 2, Choral Club 1, 2, Treas- urer 1, Biology Club President 3, Highlight: 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Hockey and Basketball Manager 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2,'Bas- ketball Varsity 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsity 3. CARLEEN MARY GUNTHER S555 Main Street, Trumbull, Connecticut . ..actressatheart...expertonwood . . . passion for postum . . . English major. Sodality 2, 3, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Highlights 3, The Lauralton Literary Staif 4, Our Lady's Jesters 2, Treasurer 3, Presi ent 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, Biology Club Presi- dent 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 2, Basketball Varsity 35 Blue and White Softball 3, Hockey Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Buketball Intramurals 2, 3, 4. r 'lf ,. .,,,'y -. f 'U 'll ,-Gig? V Q . , .. L . 447 ,,afM U93 L, L 1.1. 11 ard-' K1 3 1-L A ALICE MARGARET HARKIN 55 Lucy Avenue, West Haven, Connecticut Soft understanding eyes . . . refreshing erson- ality . . . arresting appearance . . . remember the pizza at Sue's party? . . . "Go, Team, Go!" Sodality 2, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vol- leyball Varsity 1, Cheerleader 3, 4, Hockey Intra- murals 4. MARGARET MARY HEALY 95 Wentworth Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Margie" . . . trim as a pin . . . gracious friend . . . "What's new" . . . still waters run deep . . . a Rambler at heart. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, Latin Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Biology gag 3, The laumllon Business Staff 4, History u 3. DOLORES ANN HVIZDO 494 East Main Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Goldilocks" . . . a lady to her fingertips . . . seen but not heard . . . a "quiz kid" in Spanish . . . those green plaid glasses! Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, Representative 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Highlight: 4, Spanish Club 2, 5, 4, Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. . , . I je KATHLEEN MARIE KIASKY 95 Beachside Avenue, Greens Farms, Connecticut "Kathy" . . . big brown eyes . . . a Latin IV lassie . . . eye for style . . . mild manners . . . Gail's other half. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4g Missions 1, 2, 5, 4g Our Lady's Jesters 2, 3, 4, The Muralton Business Staff 4, Highlight: News Stall 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4, Ceramics Club 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 23 French Club 2. PATRICIA ANN KALAPIR 105 Woodrow Avenue, Southport, Connecticut "Pat" . . . roguish hazel eyes . . . lady of Literature . . . punctuality and cordiality . . . wishes Iceland were closer to Southport . . . nurs- ing next. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Choral Club 1, 45 French Club 2, 33 Art Club 4. . - ,ww-,f,. , f f- . .,V, i- gegmgwx ,, ,iwfgyzr-,f:h. LORRAINE PAULINE KN ABLEIN 11 Dawes Avenue, Milford, Connecticut "Lori" . . . cherry cheeks . . . you can always tell a Halo girl . . . sheltered our guinea pigs . . . perfectly content behind the wheel. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3 4- Library Club 13 Missions 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 5: Biology Club 3, Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. CONCETTA ANN LUPARIELLO 77 Elliott Road, Trumbull, Connecticut "Connie" . . . dainty from riptop to toe bot- tom . . . terrified of terriers . . . "But, Dad, it was only a scratch" . . . glorified giggles in Spanish III. Sodality 2, 3, 4g Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Misssions l, 2, 3, 4, The lauralton Literary Staff 4g High- lightr 3, 4, Choral Club 3, 4g Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton Intramurals 2. X. "Let's cut him off at the pass!" l. to r. - George Dzvileski, Dolores Hvizdo, Klara Kronenberger, Pat Kalapir, Marie Lupoli, Connie Lupariello, Kathy Kiasky. KLARA VERONICA KRONENBERGER 27 Darina Place, Milford, Connecticut "Ronnie" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Bronx brogue . . . a talent for study . . . Lauralton's Highlight in Journalism. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, Missions 1, 2, 34, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Highlights 2, Associate Editor 3, Co-Editor- in-Chief 4, Choral Club 1, 2, Ceramics Club 1, 2, French Club 2, Latin Club 2. MARIE ANNE LUPOLI 125 New Haven Avenue, Orange, Connecticut Marla or Marie OJ . . . five foot-two, four-and- a-half shoe . . . quaint gait . . . eyes: green to- day, brown tomorrow . . . quiet riot. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, History Club 3. "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here!" - but their smiles belie their words. l. to r. - Carol Mastry, Geri Gamble, Debbie McKay, Gail Mario, Beverly Mackin, Celine Malisek, Barbara Mallozzi. CELINE MARIE MALISEK 30 Forest Road, Monroe, Connecticut Classic beauty . . . a born leader . . . "Jack Kennedy for President!" . . . fan of the "Fighting Irish" . . . "Today we eat, tomorrow we diet." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4g Missions 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council Secretary 3, President 4g Class Treasurer 1, President 2, Athletic Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 23 Highlightr Sports 3, Featu WH 4, The BEVERLY ANN MACKIN 199 Rivercliff Drive, Devon, Connecticut "Bev" . . . sweet and sophisticated . . . pretty as a posy . . . the girl from Saint Anne's . . . Ellen's twin . . . That red and white Chevy! Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Misssions 1, 2 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 3, 4g French Club 23 Biology Club 3. BARBARA ANN MALLOZZI 344 Edison Road, Long Hill, Connecticut "Barb" . . . human dynamo . . . significant 1 sneeze . . . priceless expressions . . . rhythm in her feet . . . "Shall I get my hair cut?" ' Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral SV., Club 1, 2g Spanish Club 2, 3g Biology Club 33 Intramurals 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA ANNE MATIS 56 Sherman Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Sandie" . . . blonde by nature . . . always first with an answer . . . Huskies don't terrify her . . . perpetual pep . . . "What page are you on?" Sodality 2g Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, Our Lady's Jesters 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 1, Latin Club 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3: Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Basketballg Field Hockey, Softball, Cheerleader 3, Co-Captain 4. DEBORAH ANN McKAY 48 Rose Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Debbie" . . . the quiet QD type . . . extensive reader . . . ardent Frank Sinatra fan . . . intensely interested in Impalas . . . "Hee, Hee, Hee." Sodality 2g Tarcisians 1, 2, 4, Representative 3: Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association, 1, 2, 5, 4g Library Club lg Latin Club 2, French Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Choral Club 33 Highlights 3, News Editor'4g The Uuralton Literary Stal? 45 Biology Club 3. MARY GAIL MARIO 65 Benson Place, Fairneld, Connecticut "Gail" . . . happy-go-lucky redhead . . . a real "gem" . . . weakness for Florida sun . . . those lengthy Russian novels . . . "Well -." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4g Choral Club Vice-President lg Ceramics Club 2, Latin Club 2, French Club 2, Our Lady's Jesters 23 Biology Club 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN MASTRY 158 Garfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut Serene and stately . . . shiny black tresses . . . paragon of neatness . . . "Miss Italy" . . . prospec- itve R.N. Sodality 2, 3, 4g Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Laumlton Art Editor 4: Choral Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 2, 35 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 35 Badminton Intramurals 2, Library Club 1. 3 X W., JUDITH ANN MCKEON 54 Bedford Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut "Judy" . . . ash blonde bob . . . buoyant spirits . . . fond of browsing in the library . . . Laural- ton, her first love. Sodality 2, 3, Secretary 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 4, Rep- resentative 3g Missions 2, 3, 4, Representative lg French Club 2, 3g Math Club 43 Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsity 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 2g Intramural Hockey 3, Cap- tain 4g Intramural Basketball 3g Intramural Soft- ball Captain 3, Biology Club 3. Vx MARY DOLORES MIHALEY 1452 Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut The elegance of a perfect lady . . . angelic voice . . . loyal Lauraltonite . . . an active Sodalist . . . sights set on St. Joseph's College. Sodality 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Tarcisians 1, 3, 4, Rep- resentative Zg Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 43 Choral Club 1, 2, 3, President 4, Latin Club Treasurer 2, Spanish Club 2, Presi- MILLICENT A. MEUNIER 438 Midland Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Millie" . . . the gentle lady . . . our secret angel . . . cares for canines . . . forever forgetful . . . interesting on ice. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Highlights Copy Staff 4. LESLIE JEAN MILLER 489 North Street, Milford, Connecticut That strawberry-blonde hair . . . cute in the dent 3. 84 cage .. . came to us junior year . . . adores Mr. Clean . . . known for being nice. Tarcisians 3, 4, Missions 3, 4g Student Council Representative 4, lmmzlton Typing Staff 4, Ath- letic Association 3, 4, Modern Dance 4g Hockey Varsity 45 Hockey Intramurals 3g Volleyball Varsity 3. GAII. ELLEN MOLLOY 8 Michael Road, Ansonia, Connecticut Corn-colored curls . . . merry as music . . little Nash Rambler . . . gales of giggles . . . welcomed here, sophomore year. Tarcisians 2, 3, 4, Missions 2, 3, 4g Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Choral Club 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Math Club 3, 4, Highlights Typing Staff 43 lauralton Typing Staff 4, Badminton Intramurals 2. ELIZABETH ROSE MORGAN 12 Woodmont Road, West Haven, Connecticut "Buddy" . . . sincere and loyal friend . . . a typing terror . . . inclined to be artistic . . . the optimist of '60 . . . "Never a dull moment." Tarcisians I, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Highlights Typing Staff 4, The Lauralton Typing Staff 4, Badminton Intramurals 2. '44 MAUREEN MORIARTY 240 Old Mill Road, Fairfield, Connecticut Garbo with glasses . . . luxurious laugh . . . McGill at the Villa . . . "You had to be there" . . . ambitions include Newton or Trinity. Tarcisians I, 2, 3, 4, Missions I, 2, 3, 4, The Laurallon Literary Staff 43 Choral Club 23 Our Lady's jesters 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 23 French Club 2, President 3, Math Club 4g Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4. How many points for a brick wall at L.H.? l. to r. - Judy McKeon, Leslie Miller, Mary Mihaley, Millicent Meunier, Joyce Calovine, Mau- reen Moriarty, Elizabeth Morgan. 85 CAROLYN ANGELA NICOTRA 286 Benham Hill Road, West Haven, Connecticut Cameo complexion . . . loads of lilting laughter . . . petite miss with flashing eyes . . . just keeps bob-bob-bobbing along . , . future physical ther- apist. Sodality 2 gTarcisians 2, 3, 4g Missions 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 4g Spanish Club 2, 35 Biology Club 33 Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Intramurals. Sometimes the road is rocky. l. to r. - Grace Nucera, Jane Novey, Susan No- wicki, Carolyn Nicotta, Maureen O'Hara, Sue Mullen, Kathy O'Brien. SUSAN ANN MULLEN 93 Point Lookout, Milford, Connecticut JANE FIELDING NOVEY 80 Margherita Lawn Street, Stratford, Connecticut Cute as a button on a baby's dress . . . spon- taneous smile . . . Lady Claitol's Thane . . . likes nylon stockings, dislikes flies . . . U.B. vs. B.C. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, Representative 43 Missions 1, 2, 3, 49 Student Council Representative 23 Lauralton Business Staff 4, Choral Club l, 2, 3, 4, latin Club Vice-President 2, French Club 33 Athletic Asso- ciation I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3. "Sue" . . . darling blonde . . . bridge-expert . . . bound for the halls of Ivy . . . "How's your speedboat, Sam?" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4g Missions 1, 3, 4, Repre- sentative 29 Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Our Lady's jesters 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, Latin Club President 2. SUSAN ADELE NOWICKI 710 North Street, Milford, Connecticut "Nooki" . . . storehouse of laughter . . . cheer- ful brown eyes . . . Hair for fun . . . partial to peppers . . . "Thirsty?" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary 15 Laurallon Typing Staff 45 Athletic Association 1, Z, 3, 45 Hockey Varsity 35 Basket- ball Varsity 2, 3, 45 Volleyball Varsity 15 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3. MARY GRACE NUCERA 61 Wfoodland Road, Fairfield, Connecticut "Gracie" . . . dancing eyes . . . continuous chat- ter . . . our own Dear Abby . . . crazy antics . . . Penn. her favorite state. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 History Club 3. KATHY MARIA O'BRIEN 208 Pond Point Avenue, Milford, Connecticut But it's Kathy, nor Kathleen . . . competent co-editor of Highlight: . . . special place in her heart for the Navy , . . "When Irish Eyes are smiling" . . . "You know." Sodality 2, 3, 45 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Presi- dent 15 Choral Club Treasurer 1, 3, President 25 Higbligbn 2, Copy Editor 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 45 French Club 25 latin Club 25 Biology Club 3. MAUREEN ANN O'HARA 175 Wayne Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Moe" . . . quick to smile, slow to frown . . impetuous . .. always optimistic . . . affable . . ready, willing and able. - Sodaliry 2, 3, Section Leader 45 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 45 Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Choral Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Biology Club 35 History Club 33 The Lauralton Business Staff 45 Highlights Typing Staff 4. MARILYN ASUNDA PALINKAS 24 Taylor Avenue, South Norwalk, Connecticut "Mims" . . . quiet - at first . . . tiny and sweet . . . delightful personality . . . pink of courtesy. Tarcisians 1, 2, 5, Representative 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club Vice-President 55 Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4. 'S-74 MARIE CAROLE PICCOLO 200 Newfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Pic" . . . Little Miss Hustle and Bustle . . . her diet's a riot . . . "Can you bake a cherry pie?" Sodality 2, 5, Prefect 4, Tarcisians 2, 5, 4, Rep- resentative lg Missions 1, 2, 5, 4, Student Council Representative 1, Class Treasurer 2g Class Vice- President 53 Highlight: 2, 5, 43 The Laumlton Editor-in-Chief, Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4g Choral Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Latin Club 2, Biology Club 5: French Club 2, 5. LINDA RAE PECK 76 Rivercliff Drive, Devon, Connecticut Lively, blue-eyed blonde . . . daintily neat . . . knack for dancing . . . forever singing "Semper Paratis" . . . future "Our Miss Brooks." Tarcisians 1, 2, 5, 4, Missions 1, 2, 5, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4, Our Lady's Jesters 2, 5, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, Vice-President 5, Lauralettes 5, 4, Highlight: 2, 5, Circulation and Exchange Editor 4. MARTHA ROSALIE PISTEY 255 Barnum Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Margo" . . . never without Joyce . . . weak- ness for food . . . "lf only we didn't have home- work" . . . carefree but sincere . . . future in medicine. 'Ifarcisians 1, 2, 5, 4, Missions 1, 2, 5, 4,1 High- lights Copy and Make-up 5, Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4, Intramural Field Hockey 5, 4, Softball 5, French Club 2, Math Club 4. LINDA DOLORES POLVERARI 112 Sylvan Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut Snappy brown eyes shielded by long curly eye- lashes . . . artistically neat . . . smallish spitfire . . . that crazy beat . . . "Kathy! Marla!" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 43 Missions 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 33 History Club 33 Assistant Class Treasurer 4. MARY ELLEN QUINLAN 240 Lombard Street, New Haven 13, Connecticut Cute figure on ice . . . affable personality . . . the Eli girl . . . gremlin giggle . . . wishes the Grand Prix were held in New Haven. Sodality 2, 33 Tarcisians 2, 3, 43 Missions 2, 3, 43 Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 2, 3. hm? CECIL ANN PUDVAH The Choate School, Wallingford, Connecticut "Cees" . . . lucid blue eyes . . . gay personality . . . long live Choate . . . "Do you really think so?" . . . Hails from Wallingford. Tarcisians 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 33 Missions 1, 2, 3, 4g Choral Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 French Club 2, 33 Library Club 4g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4- "He's got the whole world in His Hands." 1. to r. - Marilyn Palinkas, Marie Piccolo, Linda Polverari, Cecil Pudvah, Margo Pistey, Linda Peck, Mary Ellen Quinlan. "just as this invisible shield . . ." 1. to r. - Irene Schwartz, McGee Ryan, Pat Scherer, Wendy Ross, Elaine Rutkowsky, Pat Rapp. WENDY MARIE ROSS Chestnut Hill, Wilton, Connecticut "Witty Wendy" . . . enchanting eyes . . . nat- urally curly hair . . . pretty as her Daddy's paint- ings . . . voguish in her Singer. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council Representative 3g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Varsity 3, 4, Volleyball Intra- murals 3g French Club 2. PATRICIA ANN RAPP 557 Wakelee Avenue, Ansonia, Connecticut "Pat" . . . soft-spoken . . . studious . . . quiet reliance . . . unsuppressed giggle . . . informant on books old or new. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- gleng 2, Latin Club 2g The Laumlton Literary ta . ELAINE ANN RUTKOSKY 307 Willow Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Aureate tresses . . . fire-engine red lipstick . . . personable smile . . . velvet-voiced . . . junior arrival. Tarcisian Representative 45 Missions 3, 4, Choral Club 3, 4, Business Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Athletic Association 3, 4. 90 MARGUERITE MARY RYAN 14 Hill Street, Milford, Connecticut McGee . . . stately swinger . . . everybody's buddy . . . spirit of '60 . . . farmer in the Del . . . Our favorite A.A. president. Sodality 2, 35 Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 2, 3, 4, Representative 15 Class Vice-President 2, Sec- retary 45 lauralton Business StaH 4, Highlight: Business Staff 3, Athletic Association 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Our Lady's Jesters 3, 4, Hockey Varsity 2, 3, 4g Basketball Varsity 39 Volleyball Varsity lg Latin Club 2, Biology Club 35 Spanish Club 3. IRENE MAE SCHWARTZ 357 Stratford Road, Stratford, Connecticut Zephyr-brown hair . . . witty way with words . . . abounding in gaiety . . . "Girls, lobk'at my beauty mark!" . . . a secret Maverick fan. Sodality 2, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 4, The Laurel- ton Typing Staff 4, Choral Club 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 35 Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 2, 3g Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDREA LOUISE SAN TANIELLO North Taylor Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut "Andy" . . . enviable eyebrows . . . likes things cozy . . . "Where's Aggie?" . . . "Why be punc- tual?" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 3, 4, Repre- sentative 2g Highlight: 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2g Class Treasurer 43 Field Hockey Varsity 4, Basketball Varsity 3, 4. PATRICIA BARBARA SCHERER 17 Ivy Street, West Haven, Connecticut "Pat" . . . Blush of Spring . . . Irish twinkle in her blue eyes . . . contagious laughter . . . snappy cheerleader . . . "Mastered the scissor pump yet?" Sodality 2, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey Intramurals 4. ROSITA ANN SCIORTINO RFD 2, Broadway Road, Trumbull, Connecticut "Roe" . . . lustrous black waves . . . artistically inclined . . . subtle humor . . . unexpected quips . . . firm convictions. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue and White Softball 33 Blue and White Basketball 1, Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 1, 2. AGNES MARIE SEMPLE Old Saugatuck Road, East Norwalk, Connecticut "Aggie" . . . slim and graceful . . . femininity plus . . . Latin whiz . . . "Oh, rats!" . . . future lady in white. Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club Secretary 2, Ceramics Club 1, 2, Highlight: Sports Staff 4, Basketball Varsity 3, 4, Field Hockey. BARBARA SUZANN E SEDLOCK 354 Frenchtown Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Barb" . . . long, brown lashes shading large, lucid eyes . . . optimistic outlook . . . future short- hand sharpie . . . "Oh horror, who did it?" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 2, Business Club Secretary 4, Assistant Class Treasurer 4, Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN SHANNON 504 Park Boulevard, Stratford, Connecticut Tiny and trim . . . clear, concise thinker . . . sophisticated poise . . . junior golf champ at Mill River . . . "Sweetheart of Sigma Pi." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Biology Club 3, French Club 2, Our Lady's Jesters 3, 4, The Laumlton Business Co-Editor 4. ELISE LORETTA SODERBERG 62 Fenway North, Milford, Connecticut "Elsie" . . . diligent and dependable . . . at home in any ocean . . . math genius . . . campus shop her perpetual abode. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club President 25 Latin Club 2g Biology Club - President 3, Field Hockey Varsity 3, 4g Basket- ball Varsity 33 Basketball Junior Varsity 1, 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Class President 3, Student Council Vice-President 4. CAROL ANN SKOWRONSKI 400 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby, Connecticut Comely curls . . . delightfully dignified . . . likes Dodges by Moore . . . Spanish her specialty ' . . . flllfslng vocation In SIOIC. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 44 High- light: Staff 13 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. JUDITH ANNE STAUSS Cypress Pond Road, Westport, Connecticut "Judy" . . . small in height - big in heart . . quick and inquisitive . . . foreign-minded concern ing cars . . . "What a party!" Tarcisians 3, 4g Missions 3, 4g Choral Club 4 Latin Club 4g Athletic Association 3, 4. .At MM.. If you thought that was funny, wait'll you hear this! l. to r. - Elise Soderberg, Agnes Semile, Rosita Sciortino, Andy Santaniello, Carol S owronski, Carol Shannon. Who sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes?" l. to r. - Judy Stauss, Maryella Treadwell, Gail Sullivan, Fran Teodosio, Beverly Tanner, Sharon Toothill, Mary Trautman, Mary Sullivan. . 7- " -me GAIL PATRICIA SULLIVAN 2 Grove Street, South Norwalk, Connecticut Vivid facial expressions and laughing eyes . . a nrecracker personality . . . fun to tease her . . . a trer chic dresser . . . Vinnie vs. Foefo! Tarcisians 1, 2, 5, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 43 The Lfzuralton Literary StaE 4, Highlights 2, Art Editor 3, 4, Choral Club 1, Our Lady's Jesters 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 24 French Club Secretary 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 4, Biology Club Vice- President 3. MARY JOHANNA SULLIVAN 1240 Post Road, Fairheld, Connecticut "Sul" . . . all Irish and then some . . . the car with the scar . . . "If you haven't got it there, you haven't got it" . . . will make a wonderful M.D. Tarcisians 1, 2, 5, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Our I1dy's jesters 2, 3, 4, The Laurallon Business Co- Editor 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French BEVERLY ANNE TANN ER 7 Capricorn Drive, "Bev" . . . black, black hair . . . her family's baker . . . loyal Ansonia fan . . . inveterate reader . . . "Uncle Sam needs YOU!" Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, Latin Club 2. Seymour, Connecticut Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. FRANCES ANN TEODOSIO 60 Rolling Ridge Road, Orange, Connecticut "Fran" . . . infectious humor . . . undaunted by life's hurry . . . our bouncing bunny mascot . . . that white Impala. Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, laura!- ton Art Stat? 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, gresident Biology Club 3, Spanish Club 1, Presi- ent 2, 3. MARY BARBARA TRAUTMAN 5367 Main Street, Trumbull, Connecticut Those dimples . . . the Varsity's mainstay . . . "which way to East Rock?" . . . perfected the pivot . . . "Altogether now, one-two-three." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Biology Club 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Varsity 1, 2, Field Hockey Varsity 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball Varsity 3, 4, Field Hockey Intramurals 3, 43 Bas- ketball Intramurals 3, 4g Blue and White Speed- ball 33 Blue and White Softball 2, 3, 4, lauralton Business Staff 4, Highlight: 4. SHARON M. TOOTHILL 3998 Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut "Shai" . . . not so quiet as she appears . . . pint-sized painter . . . doesn't mind Yukon weather . . . "What time did you go to bed?" Sodality 2, 3, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Our l.ady's jesters 2, 33 The Laaralton Art Staff 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 33 Spanish Club 3. MARYELLA CATHERINE TREADWELL Eleven O'Clock Road, Weston, Connecticut Picture of health . . . the blusher . . . sparkling blue eyes . enthusiastic 4-H member . . . home on the farm. Sodality 3, 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative 1, Latin Club 23 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 33 Spanish Club 2. 95 KATHLEEN GAIL TURNER 524 Whimey Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut "Kathy" . . . a golden halo . . . sweet as the icing on your favorite cake . . . a tried and true Trig scholar . . . petite and pleasant. Sodalia' 2, 3, 4, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Biology Club 33 Math Club 3, 4. FRANCES MARY TYNAN Meriden Avenue, Southington, Connecticut "Fran" . . . petitely pretty . . . novels her nemesis . . . likes a sandy summer . . . has a tasty uniform sash . . . pen points to Middlebury. Tnrcisians 1, 2, 3, Representative 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Our Lady's Jesters 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 33 French Club 2, Highlight: 3, 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. FJUI ,JK his , t . PATRICIA ANN VENDER 75 Federal Street, Stratford, Connecticut A "Pat" . . . milk-white complexion . . . "Miss Greece" . . . constantly craving candy . . . "stamp- ing on the old campus grounds." Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 2, 3, 4, Repre- sentative 1, Spanish Club 3, Highlights Typing Staff 3, The Inuralton Typing Staff 4, Business Club President 4, Biology Club 33 Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JANE VINCENT 44 Ralston Avenue, Harnden, Connecticut "Barb" . . . Responsible rep . . . flair for French . . . joined us sophomore year . . . "rosy" future. Tarcisians 2, 3, 43 Missions 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil Representative 3, 4, Highlight: 33 Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, French Club Vice-President 2, 33 Basketball Manager 3, Biology Club 3. 96 , J A 4771! if 524 south Mm sneer, dffcdl. 7 Well-scrubbed look . . . soul of.sincer BARBARA ANN WARDELL Long Lots Road, Westpon, Connecticut "Babs" . . . raven tresses . . . the T-Bird fan . . . knows Moby Dick inside out . . . "Be sociable, look smart." Tarcisians 2, 3, 4, Missions 2, 3, 4g Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Spanish Club 2, Biology Club 35 History Club 3. 1-:L""4' , . PATRICIA ANN WEDEMEYER 6 lp if 1 , Cl Maplewood Avenue, Westport, Connecticut ' "Teisha" . . . ujeepers Creepers, where'd you AD get those peepers" . . . another new coilfure? . . . ,M ' keen mathematician . . . animated conversational- ! ist. Jf Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Au X Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Our Lady's Jesters 2, 3, 4, pfCl, if Choral Club l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, -35 Math MALE ZZZT3 B' "i3'5'7'l9C-U A ma! Q, ' 451-411 W-Zaasf, f '- cl,sLfL ' Auf 'L lg UW, ki! ,, 71.4 my I L ' Let's hear the "Pengui Marching Song." - Fran Tynan, Pat ender, Barbara Wilkinson, Pat Wedemeyer, Kathy Turner f4,A.neat 'n sweet . . . "a puzzled pixie o preaching" . . . calamity Jane of '60 llfff, 'soasmy 2, Tarcisians 1, 2, 3, 4, Missions f 4, Class Secretary 2, Our Iady's jesters 2, Stag l Z , Manager 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Athletic 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Biology 3 KICCL, 'iff' 4LA.J6 .. I Q ' 3 'LXCQKMWR j'C,tfAofLJl.A A 'i gracluafion arm Although separated, yet forever united, "through Him and with Him and in Himf 98 We, the members of The Laumlton Staffs, wish to extend our deepest gratitude to you, our patrons and advertisers. Through your cooperation and support, the publication of this book has been made possible. We shall remember you are true friends of Lauralton. LAURALTON Business Staff getting down to brass racks. Standing: jane Novey, Mary Trautman, McGee Ryan. Sitting: Maureen O'Hara, Mary Sullivan Cbusiness co-editorb, Carol Shannon Qbusiness co-editorj, Kathy Kiasky, Margie Healy, Rosa DeLauro. 99 Student Warrant 1UN1oRs PATRICIA ALTIERI .......,...,.,...... 195 Garfield Avenue, Bridgeport JEAN AUDISIO ..,,........ ......... 1 15 East Main Street, Wallingford JOAN BARRY .......... ..,,.......,.... 8 5 Grove Street, Yalesville DIANE BIRDSALL ......,..,.,,......,,,.......... 1000 North Street, Milford BARBARA BLOI-IM .,...,........,... 1511 West Broad Street, Stratford DOLETTE BOREIKO .,...., DIANE BROWN .,........,......,.. BARBARA BUCKMAN ...... SUSAN BURKE ....,,............. MAUREEN CALDWELL ,....... JOYCE CALLAHAN ,,.....,,.. Pelham Street, Milford Knobb Hill, Milford Gulf Street, Milford ..,....142 West Main Street, Milford .....,..356 Seymour Avenue, Derby ..,......:.,..Barnhill Road, Stevenson BARBARA CIPCER .,...........,....,..,......,....... 75 Shell Street, Milford JOYCE ANN CORRIVEAU .... BOBBIE COUGHLIN ..,....... CAROL COVIELLO .,......,..,. ......15 Christian Street, Wallingford .......,..450 Ocean Avenue, Lordship ,......,,2078 Park Avenue, Bridgeport CAROL CZAPLINSKI, .............,. 291 Soundview Avenue, Stratford ELIZABETH DACA .... ,,.., MICHELE DAVIAU .....,.., ANNE DENNING .,............ GALE DOLNEY ........,..,....,. MAUREEN DONOVAN ,.... MARGARET DORNEY ...... BARBARA DWYER ...,.........,. LUGENE ERIQUEZZO ...,....... VIRGINIA FAGAN ..... ' ....... KATHERINE FLYNN. ,.,... ..... MARCIA FODOR ............. BARBARA GAETANO ....... JOAN Gaorroua .i..i..,,, SANDY HARKINS .,........ MARGARET HAYES ..i.,.. LINDA HEBERT ................. Walnut Street, Milford 68 Atwater Street, Milford .......31 Brushy Hill Road, Darien ,......l87 Sherman Street, Stratford ....,,,.308 Park Street, West Haven 16 Highbrook Road, Norwalk Shingle Hill Road, West Haven .....42 Bouton Street, South Norwalk 225 Washington Parkway, Stratford Hudson Street, Norwalk ..............1949 Main Street, Stratford ...,...,..485 Lambert Road, Orange Kelsay Court, West Haven ...,.....148 Everit Street, New Haven Bridgeport Avenue, Devon Darina Place, Milford SHIRLEY HORVATH ................,......,..,. 121 Maltby Street, Shelton ROSEMARY IAN NIELLO ...,.. VIRGINIA JULIANO .....,,...... ..........495 Shelton Street, Bridgeport .......,.,.301 Arctic Street, Bridgeport MONA KAMYKOWSKI ..,,,.,... 452 Wheelers Farm Road, Milford JANE KENNEDY ,.,..................,.. 51 Kneeland Road, New Haven MARCIA KING .,.......................... 109 Pine Wood Trail, Trumbull JEAN KOCZAK ...,..,............. 407 North Main Street, Wallingford JUDY KOHANSKI .....,.................... 556 Shelton Street, Bridgeport KATHERINE LALLY ....,. 111 North Whittlesey Ave., Wallingford GRETCHEN LANE ..........,............. 179 West Rock Road, Norwalk JUDITH LEMAY ...........,.....,.,,............. Longmeadow Road, Orange PATRICIA LEONE .....,. ....... 8 Testa Place, South Norwalk JOAN LUCAS ......,.......,.......,,............ 29 Springdale Street, Milford MARY MALUMPHY ....... ,.....,...,,. . ,179 Howard Avenue, Ansonia VENNIE LEE MANGIARACINA ....,... 53 Sylvan Avenue, Meriden MICHELE MARK ............................,..,.... 3 Ocean Avenue, Milford MARY KAY MATSON .......,.. ............ 8 Watrous Road, Milford PATRICIA McCREERY .......,.....,...... 13 Moorland Road, Tnzmbull MARY McELRATH ......... ......................,...... 8 East Trail, Darien ALICE McGEE ..,............ .....,.............,,, 6 6 Sutton Drive, Stamford RENEE MELILLO .....,....,....... 155 Campbell Avenue, West Haven GERALDINE MENN .......,........,....,......,. 321 Reeds Lane, Stratford SUSAN MIHALEY ......,.,......... ....,.... 1 432 Main Street, Stratford BLOSSOM GAY MORRIS ........, ......,... 1 30 Ford Street, Milford PATRICIA MURPHY. .,.... . Lafayette Street, Milford NANCY NAYLOR ....,........,..,....,..,..,.. 28 School Street, Bridgeport KATHLEEN NEARY ,.......,..,.... 151 Beardsley Parkway, Trumbull MARY NIEDERMEIER ......,,..,....,...... 5535 Main Street, Trumbull MARGARET O'NEIL ..................,, 11 Sunnydale Lane, Wallingford MARY JANE PEARSON ...,......,..... 289 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby LYNN RADER ................,.., 1488 Huntington Turnpike, Tnxmbull ANGELA RUBINO ..,..... , .......10 Paradiso Street, South Norwalk ELEANOR RUSSO ....,....,.......,.... 153 Maplewood Avenue, Milford SUSAN SALESKI .......,................ 22 Simpson Avenue, Wallingford ESTI-IER ANN SAMOSKA ....,..,.... 80 Manners Avenue, Naugatuck MARILYN SCALESSE ,.,..,.......,.. 294 Kneeland Road, New Haven LOUISE SCIUBBA ............. , ,,.....42 Plymouth Avenue, Norwalk JUDY SIEKIERSKI. ,... .............,..,. , ...... 5 Mayflower Place, Milford MARGARET SMITH .......,....... 42 Thompson Hill Road, Milford ELIZABETH SPODNICK ..,,,.. EILEEN STARBRANCH ......... MARCIA TARASOVIC. .,.,..... . TRUDY THALER .,......,..... DIANE TRAUTMAN ........ CHERYL UCCELLINI. ,,.... , PAT VOELKL .,.......,.,....,. MARY WELDON .......,...... PHYLLIS YRANSKI, ........,,.. . .476 Barnum Terrace Ext., Stratford Allen Place, New Haven 123 Churchill Road, Trumbull .,..,..,.Old Stratfield Road, Fairfield Colony Avenue, Trumbull .................,.Keyser Road, Westport ,.......,,Kettle Creek Road, Weston Myrtle Street, Fast Norwalk Northfield Road, Fairfield CAROL ZACHARIEWICZ ..,,,.. ............... 1 0 Sixth Street, Derby VIRGINIA ZUNIN ....,.......,... ...,..., 5 0 Cherry Street, Milford SOPHOMORES MARILYN AGRO ....................,..... 30 Housatonic Avenue, Milford SHEILA ARP ....,............... 146 North Orchard Street, Wallingford LORRAINE BISSONNETTE .................... 317 High Street, Milford MARY ELLEN BORDENCA ...........,..,. 1 Melwood lane, Westport KATHLEEN BOSLEY ,.,........,, DEBBIE BOYLE ,....... . ,....,........ .... , . BARBARA BRENNAN ..,,.,,,, KATHY BROSTROM .,...... MARY ANN BURKE ,....... Savoy Street, Bridgeport 24 Edgewood Avenue, Milford ....,.....2260 North Street, Fairfield .,.....373 Drummond Road, Orange Page Street, Milford EILEEN CARLETON ...,...... ....' ..... 2 7 0 Everit Street, New Haven PHYLLIS CHOLKO ..........., .. VIRGINIA CUBELLI ..,............ PAULA DOLAN. ,,..........,..... ...........280 East Avenue, Bridgeport Terry Place, Bridgeport 1896 Huntington Turnpike, Nichols DEBORAH DINAN ...,.........,. .......,..,251 Cedarhurst Lane, Milford MARY DORA DONNELLYH .,.... 40 Tavern Rock Road, Stratford KAREN DUGGAN ..,.,......... JOAN DURKIN .....,..,..,.. FRANCES DWYER ......., JILL FOWLER ,.,,........,... Carlynn Drive, Fairfield Cowles Street, Devon Shingle Hill Road, West Haven Bayberry Lane, Milford JANET GALLA ..,................... ....... 7 2 Bunnell Street, Bridgeport PATRICIA GARDNER ........ DARLYNE GEBHARUI' ..... PAULA GEORGE ...,.,......... JANE GOLDNER ....,...,.. CHRISTINE HEALY ...,,.,... .. ....,,.... Newtown Avenue, Norwalk Long Island View, Milford Reef Road, Fairfield ..,.......Pine Hill Road, East Norwalk Sixthl Avenue, Milford CHERYL HUBBELL ........ .....,......,..,..... 4 16 North Street, Milford LORETTA HVIZDO ........,.......,,.. 494 East Main Street, Bridgeport JANET INTERRANTE ........,......... 204 West Main Street, Milford JOAN SAVAGE ............. MICHELE IORILLO ...,...... YERON ICA JANENDA ....... .gfuclenf pafrona Joyce Court, Milford .........,..338 Fairlea Road, Orange THERESA KISIEL .........,..,... ........ 4 02 French Street, Bridgeport SHARON KOPCHIK ............,........,..,......... 5 West Road, Ansonia MARY ANN LAYDON .......,... 3190 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport DIANA MARIO ...........,.... .......,.....,.. 6 5 Benson Place, Fairfield ROBERT MARK ..,.,....... VALERIE MARTIN .....,. .....,.......... 3 Ocean Avenue, Milford .......,. 189 Kent Avenue, Bridgeport BEVERLY MCCARTHY ....... ......, 9 74 Race Brook Road, Orange KATHY MCMAHON ........ ............. 8 0 Nichols Street, Fairfield CAROLEANN METZ ....... ...,...... 2 49 Old Dam Road, Fairfield MARIE MICHUDA ....... PAT MOHER .................... , ....,... 649 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport .............Linden Avenue, Branford SHEILA MORAN ...............,. ........... 2 8 Woodside Drive, Orange SHARON MORIARTY ,....,.. .,...... 1 3 Chaucer Court, Woodmont PHYLLIS MURPHY ...,.. MARY NELSON ..........., PATRICIA OBAZA ,...... NANCY O'BRIEN ......... SANDRA PICKETI' ......, PATRICIA POSTER .............,.,.. .......... 59 Belden Avenue, Norwalk Elizabeth Terrace, Stratford .........1648 Barnum Avenue, Bridgeport .,..,...208 Pond Point Aven-ue, Milford Pond Point Avenue, Milford 22-0 Huntington Road, Bridgeport LEE ELLEN POTTER ........ ............... 3 1 Pearl Hill Street, Milford MARILYN QUILTY ...... ......... 179 Somerset Avenue, Fairfield CAROL REILING ................,..................... 34 Davis Drive, Milford Naugatuck Avenue, Milford MARY LOU SERRITELLA ........, 165 Hollister Avenue, Bridgeport NOREEN SERRITELLA ................ 1043 East Main Street, Stratford LINDA SHASHINKA ...........,.,.....,.. 36 Highland Terrace, Ansonia JULIE SPANG ..........................., 58 Templeton Street, West Haven SUSAN STEELMAN .......,...... 110 New Haven Avenue, Woodmont JILL STEIGLER ........,.,..,..........,........... 2 Anchorage Drive, Milford LOIS SURGALIS ..............,............,...........,.. 34 Peck Street, Milford MARY ANN SZYMBORSKI ,.,.........,. 82 Underhill Road, Milford CHRISTINE TRAVIS .,.................... 62 Melbourne Road, Norwalk MARIANNE VERRELL .....,................ 120 Ocean Avenue, Milford JANET WARZOCHA ........... 911 North Farms Road, Wallingford LOYOLA WELSH ............,............,.... 359 Stratford Road, Stratford BARBARA WILSON ........ .......... 6 4 Indian River Road, Milford ROBERTA WOJCICKI ........ ................ 4 3 Avon Street, Stratford SYLVIA ZUNIN .......,..,. .,....... 5 0 Cherry Street, Milford FRESHMEN KATHY APPLEBY ........................ 1388 North Avenue, Bridgeport MARY M. BEECHER ........... ........,.... 1 2 Lafayette Street, Milford VICTORIA BENEDETTO ....,......, 1892 Boston Avenue, Bridgeport KATERI BENNETT ............. ........43 Cottage Avenue, Ansonia KATHIE LYNN BERO ........ ,.......... 7 30 Jennings Road, Fairfield JO ANN BITEL ...,......... DENISE CASEY ......... MARY CI..YNE ........... SUSAN COE ..........,....... J AQUELIN E DEAN ........., ..... CAROL L. DeLUCA ....... ....134 Cottage Street, New Haven Holbrook Street, Devon ...,2l3 Norton Street, New Haven Hazel Street, Norwalk ..........124 Riverclilf Drive, Devon 37 Toilsome Hill Lane, Bridgeport KATHLEEN DOYLE ........ ............... 6 2 Hobson Street, Stamford JOAN DRINGOLI ......... MARYLOU EDWARDS ......236 Hall Avenue, Wallingford Marshall Street, Milford SUSAN ELLIS ......... ELAINE ENGEL ..... , ....., ..,..,..488 East Main Street, Meriden ., ...... 3 Hervy Street, New Haven SUSAN FAHEY ......,.,......................,.. 160 Iaurence Road, Fairfield PATTI' FARRINGTON .,.............. 93 Meadow Park Drive, Milford MARY ELLEN FAY .,.,..... DIANE FOWLER ....,,.,.. Hubbell Place, Devon Bayberry Lane, Milford NANCY FRESE ,..........,...,............ 25 West Elm Street, New Haven ANDREA GADUS ..................,. 2710 East Main Street, Bridgeport MARY LOUISE GALGOTA ..............,. 488 Sturges Road, Fairfield CAROL GERARDI .,.....,.,.,........................ 36 Sentinel Road, Derby BETTY GERNER ...................................... Housatonic Drive, Devon MARGARET GLENDON ......,. 47 David Humphrey's Road, Derby MARYANN GOLEAS .......,.............. 546 Ogden Street, Bridgeport KAROL LYNN GORDON .,.......... 1934 Chapel Street, New Haven GWEN GUNTHER .......,..,................, 5555 Main Street, Trumbull MARY ELLEN HADDEN ........ 130 Bellevue Avenue, West Haven BRIGITTE HOLD ............,...,............. 32 Gulf View Court, Milford CATHERINE HUGUE ...............,. 840 Mill Hill Road, Southport KATHERINE IVERS ......................,....... 11 Suzio Drive, Meriden NANCY PATRICIA KADAR ..............., 85 Sawyer Road, Fairfield MARY LOU KIERAN .......,........... Linden Woods Road, Norwalk LYNDA MARIE KNAPP ,....... ..,........., 4 3 Clover Street, Milford JOAN LANE ..,..........,.......... ELLEN LEENEY .........,.. JEANNE LESKO ,......., ..... RITA K. LOCKWOOD ........ JANET LOMBARDI ,..,........ KATHY LUCARELLO .....,. GWEN LUCIANO .............. ......,..West Rocks Road, Norwalk Wilson Street, Bridgeport ,.......154 Grovers Avenue, Bridgeport Olive Street, Milford Maple Street, Milford .........672 Fairchild Avenue, Trumbull .........2089 North Avenue, Bridgeport MARYANN MALLOZZI .................... 344 Edison Road, Trumbull JUSTINE MALUMPHY ....... LOUISE MANFREDI ......,. BARBARA MARCH ........ MARY MARTIN .,......... DOROTHY METT ,.....,. MARCIA MURAD .,......... .,.......179 Howard Avenue, Ansonia 16 Wepawaug Drive, Milford ..,.....136 Grovers Avenue, Bridgeport .,.....,124 Sunflower Avenue, Stratford .,......150 Cedarhurst Lane, Milford .......,..225 Helen Street, Bridgeport MARY O CONNOR ......................,......... 31 Orland Street, Milford SHARON O'DONNELL .,.... CLAUDIA PICKETT ....,....... Knobb Hill Road, Milford 204 Pond Point Avenue, Milford JACQUELINE PRETO-RODAS .... 370 Greenfield Aven-ue, Stratford COLLEEN REIDY ,....................... 66 Hanford Avenue, Bridgeport ARLYNE ELIZABETH ANN RUSSO 208 Brooklawn Avenue, Bridgeport PAULA RYCZER ..,.....,.,.......,. 256 Franklin Street, New Haven SANDRA SANZERI ..............., 67 Tennyson Avenue, North Haven JOANNE MARY SCALA ..... EILEEN SEMPLE ,,................ BONNIE SENIOR .........,... HONORA SHEEHAN ......... SANDRA SMITH ........ ..... DONNA SPANG .............. JEANNE SOBANSKI ........... KELLY ANN STRADLEY... MARIAN STRAUBEL ..,.... LAUREEN SUHY .............. CAROL ANN SUHY ........... SUE TRAUTMAN .,..,.... FRANCES TUCCI .,.,...... Lambert Road, Orange ....Old Saugatuck Road, East Norwalk Hotchkiss Road, Orange ..,,...422 Central Avenue, New Haven .......219 Buckingham Avenue, Devon .....58 Templeton Street, West Haven Granville Avenue, Devon Val Drive, Stratford 36 Wordin Avenue, Bridgeport Churchill Road, Trumbull ......,46 Ridgefield Avenue, Bridgeport ..............5367 Main Street, Trumbull Buchard Lane, Rowayton A 8: A Appliances, Inc. Acme Driving School y Aitoro's Appliance Co. Allen's Clam House Alexander's Meat Market Mrs. Lucy Apuzzo Arcade Dress Shop,-Inc. Arnold Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Gemma Bly Ernest F. Bocciamiello Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Boyle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. joseph Calovine Carol Shoes Carter's, Inc. The Chauser Candy Co. Dr. and Mrs. Alphonse Cholko Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Cholko Mr. Dominic Cocchia Community Dry Cleaners Community Pharmacy Mr. Anthony Coppola D 84 D Realty Co. Michael D'Andrea Religious Supplies The Dart Shop, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Deliee Miss Hermine Deliee Frank DeMaio Mr. and Mrs. F. W. DeMatteo Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Deschenes Devon Esso Servicenter Mr. and Mrs. John B. Donahue Mr. and Mrs. john Dubinsky ,cnzienola 102 Duch Bros. Service Station Mildred M. Duch Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Duch Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Dunlap, jr Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Durica Duva's Service Station Bess Eaton Donuts Edo's Luncheonette Fashion Flair Beauty Salon Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Felner Clara Fiore Fiorito's Super Service Station Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Foley Frank's Cleaners Ralph E. Gentile Glazer's Gold's Delicatessen Gullo's Texaco Service Mr. and Mrs. B. Vincent Healy Hob Nob Sandwich Shop Harold Hochberg Mr. and Mrs. john Honeck Horwitz Dept. Stores John's Hairstyling Studio Robert A. johnson Junior Miss Fashions Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kamb Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kiasky Koenig Art Shop Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kopazna Long Hill Hardware, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Luchansky Lynch's Marcia-Ann Shoppe Madison Pharmacy Mr. Peter Magnotti Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Malisek Mr. and Mrs. john Mallozzi Mantilia Motors Marcille Fabrics, Inc. Maria's Religious Gifts Mr. john J. Maroney Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maris, Sr. Frank McGuire 8: Son, Inc. Reverend Thomas J. McMahon Medical Center Pharmacy, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Medved Richard J. Meresko Mr. and Mrs. joseph L. Merkel Monroe Super Market N alewaik's Pharmacy Nesbitt's Pantry Dr. and Mrs. Robert Nevins Mr. and Mrs. E. O'Hara Orchard Pharmacy Mr. Peter Palinkas Pat's Market Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Peck Photo Sales Mr. Frank Porto Red's Marker Reichelt's, Florists .illienola 103 Rotary Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubino Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ryan Salad Bowl Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Santella Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sebestyen Seccombe Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sedlock Serafino's Pharmacy The Sherwin-Williams Co. The Shoe Rack Sid's Package Store Sinicrope Brothers Food Store Mr. Rocco Smeriglio Srimpson's Pharmacy H. R. Stivers Joseph F. Takacs, D.D.S. Tassinary's Variety Store Toothill Pharmacy Dr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Trautman The Tuck Shop Mrs. Mary Turi Verrilli's Texaco Service Don Vitale W. W. Plumbing 8: Heating, Inc. Walt's Bridgeport Lunch West Shore Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wilkinson Williams Service Center Friends of Lauralton guaineaa pafrona IN ANSONIA Rapp's Paradise Inn Con Route 83 IN BRIDGEPORT Arthur's Youth Center, Inc. 21 P.O. Arcade Beau's Sandwich Shop 271 East Main Street Ben's Cities Service Station 32 5 Boston Avenue Commercial Rubbish Removal Co. 1326 Kossuth Street The E. 8: F. Construction Co. 94 Wells Street Fairway Restaurant 2536 East Main Street Kermode's 2182 Madison Avenue Main Glass Co. 2055 'Boston Avenue Mastry and Rawlinson 158 Hooker Road Michuda Funeral Home 649 Noble Avenue Nyden's, Inc. 904 Madison Avenue The Pembroke Laundry 8: Cleaners, Inc. 396 Madison Avenue IN DEVON Bruder's Bake Shop 227 Bridgeport Avenue Jo-Nicks Market 274 Bridgeport Avenue IN FAIRFIELD Angus Steak House Black Rock Turnpike The Hatton Optical Co. 1430 Post Road R. Salvo 8t Sons, Cleaners 2429 Post Road Herbert R. Smith Agency 2179 Post Road IN LONG HILL Eddie and Gene's Meat Market 8M Broadway IN MANCHESTER Davis Bakery 521 Main Street IN MERIDEN Wm. Veronneau Company 217 So. Colony Street IN MILFORD The Children's Theater Workshop, Inc Factory Lane The Color Bar 17 Center Street Donahoe's Store 50 Broad Street Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home 291 Bridgeport Avenue Eve Gray 113 River Street Harrison 8: Gould, Inc. 36 Broad Street John Hebert, jeweler 45 River Street Leslie I. Keller Insurance Agency 6 Broad Street Milford Camera Shop 7 River Street Milford Floor Covering,iInc. 565 New Haven Avenue The Town Squire 21 River Street Eastern Plumbing 8: Heating Miller's Stratford Prov Co Eminem pafrona Westfield Mfg. Co. 201 Buckingham Avenue Westfield Mfg. Co. 201 Buckingham Avenue Wolfe's Quality Food Shops 74 Broad Street IN NEW HAVEN Big Apple Restaurant 164 Wooster Street Theodore DeI.auro 352 'Greene Street Thunderbird Drive-In 3355 Post Road IN STRATFORD Blake Drug Company 3563 Main Street Breezy Point Texaco Service 1455 Stratford Road Callahan's Garden Center 1 1 35 Main Street Hamilton's Pharmacy, Inc. 3520 Main Street 3 Edgemere Road 1370 Barnum Avenue Eastern Press, Inc. 654 Orchard Street Stratford Bus Lines, Inc. jacob's Bros. Mkt., Inc. IN WALUNGFORD 560 State Street Stimpson's Pharmacy Libby's Italian Pastry Shop 14 North Main Street 142 Wooster street Ulbrich Stainless Steel, Inc. National Plumbing St Heating, Inc. Colony Road 1633 State Street i Wilkinson Theatre IN NORWALK 270 Center Street Beecher and Valieaut Service Station 316 Main Street IN WEST HAVEN Nicotra's Dept. Store IN SHELTON 102 Campbell Avenue Dan-D Plumbing 8: Heating Long Hill Cross Roads IN WES RT Cortigiano's Greens Farms Shell IN SOUTH NORWALK Vogue Hat Shoppe 70 So. Main Street IN SOUTHPORT Harris Hardware Co. 1530 E. State Street Ethel Wally 3 Post Road IN WOODMONT Hall Construction Co. 330 Pequot Avenue 31 Chapel Street The C. O. jelliff Mfg. Corp. Tommy's Food Shoppe L. B. Switzeris, Inc. 25 New Haven Avenue Pequot Avenue A Friend OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER for THE LAURALTON 1960 FLBELD We L-?lRilBLllM 478 Newtield Avenue Stomford, Connecticut Telephone: Stamford DA3-5064 10l?f0Y 10 40'l0'0'-'0'1040 l MVS 1 5 l I A 1 L , V .J , R ,Q U W - -J . L S O X . , 1,11 V Qi kk , , Q, wmflg IL 'N l 1 l L 1. ' .l,' l r X I f N I L X A 1 N 'LY A . ' R 'V 0 L , 1. Y xg Q... : L a X I N L1 3 L. A I B M V, ly 5 fl . fl w I ' 'lk , M Congrafulafions M L fu 4 ef f fo 4, A THE CLASS OF 1960 MR. and MRS. EDWARD A. QUINLAN RINGS excellent PINS . design Minus skilled CHARMS - craftsmanshxp CUPS superb PLIQUES - quahty TIOPHIES YOUR CLASS JEWELER DIEGES 8. CLUST sosron zu ruauc smear, rnovlosucs, R. I. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 108 NEW YORK LE , . -,A 5'f -x 'A Ciiiiiztss j'.?RIS1'E1y ,a fsoriis FUNEMEHOME 'EP f X . Y "Q , 1 A255 Kdrnunm Ave. cor. Nobl6UC L T .A., ., Q -""' K ,,.- Brndgeporf, Conn. if C Ki- Q fel . ,, V ., . 'Vw , 4,32 if, . , f 4-'L PISTEY BROS. FLOWER SHOP 935 East Main St. Inear Barnum AveJ ' f Bridgeport, Conn. Antics at Noon. Back row: McGee Ryan, Cecil Pudvah, Rosa Delauro, Sue Nowicki, Fran Teodosio, Fran Tynan, Bonnie Dubinsky Cat pianoj. Kneeling: Sandy Maris, Judy Srauss, jane Novey. ,,e,,Wis,,,,, CARROLL'S CLEANERS, mc. 2084 BRIDGEPORT AVENUE Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Semple MILFORD CONN REgent 4-4413 J. CLEMENT LARKIN 8: SONS BELMONT SHOE STORE REALTORS Known for Qualify 63Main St. 84 BROAD ST. An50f1iG, Conn. MILFORD, CONN. "See us first" Insurance 109 -,, C1 f 4: Uflfffy' fC 'I WMI ,LAM I "'l 'qu a IV X L, X11 Y Lfvlv R I , 'ffl ,U Jvfzlv I ' XVIII I T Iv I I I ff! , l gf: MI I f X W MLCXUI Yfvil' W M wt UQ, , ' U ' M7! V if 'A R OR? IL' Tele ntl S: TR 4-I292 -sv 9-2283 ,If 4 ILL I t Ifl ,w W . . U LWB' .jg 'L X AIU WV V e Milford Electrrc Shop x V lv , M i Q 1 'W N ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Q R , ' I ARGE and SMALL APPLIANCES I Q T Y- S Iggy NT R f' Tw ,II I f ,IV .1 , 1' ,, . . ff! I N e PU""n9fP!II I M of V "It ice After Sales That Counts" 'I V . A I of I I AW q d!, ison 7-9138 WW! B' C' FREESTROM I J S 1250 Barnum Ave Res: 43 Wellington Dr., Orange, Conn. A r em Stratford Conn Io7 RIVER STREET MILFORD, CONN ,rv Iaurie - A Typical Lauralton Doll. Q . ECHNICAL OOL 81 MFG. CO. - Makers of - TOOLS - DIES - JIGS AND FIXTURES MODEL MAKING AND DEVELOPMENT EXPERIMENTAL MACHINING Boston Post Road and Plains Road MILFORD, CONNECTICUT TRinity 4-5660 Bernard Lickteig - Proprietor X 'vj fG0"01'04105 Fr' n 'V .fl 'X ' ry, JM lx CA! Compliments of . . . . , x pity , " We W MARLO'S QS' 19 RIVER STREET ' 1 .- MILFORD RUDY MOLINARO SCHOOL OF ACCORDION Dedicated only to teach and elevate the standard ofthe accordion. For Information Call: ED 4-0254 15 Fairfield Ave. Bridgeport, Conn. 2 55.5 fe, if 1 M22 R ee Q12 CLUB COMMODOR O? 293-295 North Washingto ve. l 64 ' Bridgeport, Conn. QQ C226 Tel. ED 3-9508 Q67 Specializing ' in in Italian Food Liquorscgj gwawwwiwfmacmwbvmwwaofmwifmwfwfwwawonmwiawfgmwawi 'I11 P gli R X x x X K 0 Q. N Q f" .Vx C! Q Q X 0 X ' X 0 ,h Q' , ' V .D v dxv . 3. x N!f .I l, .a ' P X 1 X C A 40l0l0'-'-010f0'fl0120v0N0M-0R0'17'05Z'M?'0"0 o more fire worries now -- ARMSTRONG TIRES lasl an , IN V how ig - . . , r . J - . , , ' zgz' ' V ii C' f J - 1 1 xlx . L , I ,cf L X X QQN.. fzhi 239' . 7 T ' I , gf 45 ARMSTRONG RUBBER COMPANY E222-Iliiaxfgs music to sooth the savage Spook Compliments of . . . 5 EDWARD B. SEGALA AGENCY REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE ED 7-2560 "Compare our listings before you buy." :Tea-'owofafof no-fwwawoa-0-so-Q 112 I1-fy' If 1 I 40w0rv0' I-051010 I Y 1' , ' n, " , :.L 9' A .V I ' I ' , 1 H ' , f K ' , ' ,M , My 5 E, i .I It J Compliments of . . . . i. W 1290 :Ast mm conu. H A , ,IJ if A . f V' J 1 ij - J KM -f I x ' fl :JI U, , 4 , l 1 rl I JA: 1 V J' J I J J ' ' f ,X .I X . in V ix ,. I J xf.1JgI.JI M I E I QM Q!! wif ,' ' j,'ERANKIE"S ITALIAN RESTAURANT ,r,. L! - E A W X VJ ff' A ' ,IJ 1 Cucina Napoletana J" W 1 'J I L .1 4 , "5 I X L f' I ' 'I . , W M J ,N , 1 1 ,CATE-RINGKTO WEDDINGS-sHowERs ,J inf' ' A ' J r jj, Img gr 2, BAJIIQUETS-SOCIALxq:FAIRS 1 'Q J LJ ' K ,f 5" I M! Jiri," fx JJ 458 Chapel St., IQIY ven .J 1 Prone: 'UN 5-9365 4 I' IL Frank Teodosio, Prop 12 - ' ,' , ff t A A- I , ,J , I! nj' 2 I A l if it It sr ff! I A I P . I Q fr fo V" ' L lj 1 Il BLUE RIBBON PACKING COMPANY WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS 'I35 Bruce Avenue Stratford, Connecticut Edison 7-7381 113 Congratulations to the CLASS OF '60 MILFORD COIN LAUNDERETTE 1091 Bridgeport Avenue, Milford John J. Nowicki "And then Terry said . . ." Left to right: Mary Sullivan, McGee Ryan, Sue Mullen, Margie Healy. BLACK ROCK APPLIANCE CO., INC WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES ZENITH T.V. SALES 8- SERVICE 2710 Fairfield Avenue Bridgeport, Conn. ED 6-2004 1 I4 if Q I t X 1 T T Q I II r I . ' I I 'Tn Q I I . A! f I 87,1 1 .yr fi' I .vi 1 1'1 1 t I 9, I NEAL'S DRUG stone I JQII I RICHARD E. NEAL, Pho., Reg. Phar. If' 1 wooo END RoAo lCorner Birclseye Sfreetj , TFORD, CONNECTICUT W I J Telephone ED 7-7860 ' I lj The Prescription Sfore Qjo-lgjklvlj K Phone EDison 7 85 I GEORGE V. SKEI.l.Y Real Esfafe and General Insurance "Let George Do lf" George V. Skelly Residence Phone - EDison 7-3595 3589 MAIN STREET STRATFORD, CONN lSSlE'S NEWS ROOM 27 RIVER STREET MILFORD, CONNECTICUT Phone TRinify 4-9765 'I15 G0"0f0I0N01f-0'M0 A , . D VID WILLIAMS INC CCSC9IIG'S Madison Bakery Buude' cAscELLA's REAL ITALIAN BREAD STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT 614 Pembroke sf. ED 7-1368 DR 8-1985 Edison 3-3740 Bridgeport, Conn. ww JIQVEVA . luNTI-IER ' WW M I Z cl . X W BUILDER Q 5555 MAIN STREET, TRUMBULL , X N X X . 'l'I6 5 J f,1. X," M I LJ xy l X 4 'N ffrfglf' YA6!,d.' q - K' E1"' TELL 5 4 VA " 'J ' N - ' la I ' ML 2 , ' . J ,N " xf'IlNJ,9'1, ' 1 fl C ! If mffff iw ML L Lf cvs r f 5 I LL ll V J rg' A 1 L ff' ' fy 'V U if , QV 'E' , , CV f J, Q :I Marhn's News Service, Inc f , ' IA , M, , M guqkin 1-OQLQ Mfg. Corp. ' f . ' 2336 BARNUM AVE. s. BRUCE Lf " ,L E L ,' Q STRATEORD, CONNECTICUT 67 Erncl Sfreet ' F W' xref I MWFORD' CONN- NEWSPAPERS FROM THE L so STATES Z Who stole Stanley's rubbers? Left to right: Mary Trautman, Bonnie Dubinsky, Louise Garofalo, Pat Scherer, Marie Pic- colo, Rosa DeLauro, Carleen Gunther. 61 10W0"f0V05h0l'0'5'90 I0'01f0ff0ff? 'I 'I7 Junior Deb Shop is the Shopping Headquarters for the smartest girls in town! And the prices are right for young budgets. A Shop of your very own where you can shop for those important school clothes and find the styles you know are your type! Here's the spot to find those fashions you've loved so in the Spring fashion magazines. Let us help you find the perfect outfits. Bring your Mother - She'll have fun helping you too! Do Come In Soon. A JUNIOR DEB SHOP, MAlLEY'5 FOURTH FLOOR wwlm Di Om M Lqwm 1. -Jtmdi-3, fm . . 3 LU . Xiflimf - QL QI QQQCZ " B-QQ, 2-'C9CQ.X Qfwim K -'-- 'Zi BestWishes Q, 4 THE FITZPATRICK AGENCY MM General Insurance. - Surety Bonds 1 955 Main Street HOFFMAN FUEL FUEL OIL OIL BURNERS I X . , 5 i Nice way to spend a study. Left to right: Kathy Kiasky, Klara Kronenberger, Pat Duch, Karen Edwards, Mary Lou Dinan, Sue Nowicki. A A I X . . rw' ' L, ' , I - I L' ILL! I L V x " vh Q ' 1 Lv' V MUN' . V 1' X f , ' xg ,. ill-0' , ,N ' , ' -, -- J r W' f 1 .r Af' 4 ML r f J wx f fr WL 1 -f , 1 ' W . ' 5 ' ' 4. , f W ,E ,, uf E f i , r rf r rf ,r ry M ,u A I Q If , my Y A A 1:1 V 4 'L is Y A! qi Hf 1 I , , f f ' f ' 1 ' . L . ,f ' L 'q ,' Yr 1 1. f V: ' L It " J L Q' V Zyl Q N S ' 1 1 avi, N - ' 'FN ! ,A 'li' ' 1- r lj Jenson! STEEL Agn g 4. ,,, AMherst 8-1298 f A 5 FORGEJQG. J Q y ,uh ' A mr: Pnzscmrnou by A . g L 'y H 'L M341 E DELIVERY fy QCQNNECTICUTL V4 L vfrumbulrg Modern Drug Story, gn 4 tj QW 1 ' 3 Q7 on.. 9 ua to 9 m Mbllllly mm Saturday Q 5 1 yr QQ 1 un re 1 rn Sunday . ' Q yf. 1' 1, LONG Hlll CENTER C ON THE GREEN f . L W J 'THQ a 1 1 0-'away 120 Mfgwmggwwze Qx gy AN A A ES rrr oo ce E, rNc. F D NTR ggf FTAAIN smear wEsrPoRr, coNN. cy cApifal 7-5148 Congratulations to the Compliments and Success CLASS OF 1960 The Class of 1960 DR. G. E. BUDA MILFCRD PHARMACY 1836 Noble Avenue 1 NEW HAVEN AVE. Bridgeport Cmorrn ' if Mrrrono, coNN. GQ Q1 3455511 QQ! 4351 5 'Q' L cb XdQQ2?bWff?xf ,Culp ,rs 0 Q sow gl Us we 1 eflx? Oro 59' G7 Q6 crm J w,.J11 V7 coMPLrMENrs QR N of G RA N D U N l 0 N 6 l X S0"?G0V 121 ' 1 -. g-Y -f , 3 1 1 'f,4,4G'g4 nf, X J' 9 W 1 I Q I ' 4 X N I A t' . f f f 1 1 1 I I I 1 I ' I I I I I I I I I I l ' "f Q L. IW' if " W 'I PM 1 ' 'P fy f Q M X c imenfsi ue!! 'N V M MRSAE RQSS f". My K f My My f QWXM w i J X al tothe . N CLASSOF 1960 ft! X F I I JDX-H from the W I I X 9 X N X X x, J 1 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATI Af X ff X up J , ' 0 1 Q gy !7f l WA! f 1 lvlsnslms PHARMACY X J Opposiie Town Hall Q l Frank Rizzo Qownerj TR 4-1621 122 ll -'-0"0"0'-'0N0N0 Connecticut's Only Authorized Streamliner Distributor THE H. S. JON COMPANY Aluminum Storm Windows 8t Doors Awnings - Bathtub Enclosures Jalousies - Aluminum Siding Aluminum Railing Formica Countertops Henry Coppola Sales Representative WE 4-5844 670 Orange Avenue West Haven, Conn. FOrest 8-1882 MEL HART Television and Appliances 1624 Main Street Bridgeport, Conn. 9 If she'd only turn the other way, we could pull it! From top to bottom: Maureen O'Hara, Elizabe Eleanor Collimore, Elaine Rutkowsky, Jane Nov G :Caraway awowo-or-0-earoxa-10:0-so 123 th Morgan, Maureen Moriarty, ey, Kathy Turner. dow, 'I Pi, f'4l1f5flfl14fl 1, ' D1 qw Ng X ' X ff' Ng' 41. . X L 1 X - a '1 M lf! X O ul y x aj 4 'll' J M fiw M f'fffJM?f!JfWfM5fff JJMM ffffjfi rg M fffpwfyfpfj J! X if ymfwwpjfffyjfw WW VM M0 Ci My M VJ,,,1,Myy,f limen of . . . '11 W NM J WW ,. W3,Wf45qT+ 1he WWW Wilwhzgrunnr enmlmnu, mn. Eff 3 x9l0'0' 0'0'0'00l0' 1 5 M ilyx vyrdxiy 'V km' if 'LQD9' ?' Cgbxflg'-4 ,div yy! of F5531 Q-'P dye fx fb if Rf? is f if if Jf"i.P'y95,f jiixiif N Q J Vw if R agp ' J g K adj Complimenfs of. . . .2 yy Jffpfx 'fx . QD iv yy Mr. 8. Mrs. John F. Moriarty Ziff I JW 0 Qi Wy 1, J. 1 M M W ff pf' ,,M RYAN Jlsweusns if if ff MJ wes I ff M 7 discrip gy ggflk WM Cimjgivui A JOHN MARIO G d G Ig 1000 Main Sfree Cor. Woll Stree 2406 M Bridgeport, C S ff ?C9N?'0Y01f02f00M02f0ff06N050ff0Pf0+'0N0i10'0Sf020f0w01f0N0' 5 9 MJ X Diamonds, Wofches, Silver 0000000 l T th. ill., NB, 1. K Q, 1 ,ll W Q Ar lx NLi'l"l' The Family Bank wil C ,C , T CITYTQAVINGS 'BANK . :vLLJL'l1.YLVi'5 J ly l iw IV QV OF ,STN T. ' 'H ' ,Ne 1 BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT W ,J Q ,iffy 948 Main sneer A "W ,A T Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. T 51- l ,utr Etrilford OtTice - 3621 Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut u 3 . N flfpiltield OHice - 1965 Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield, Connecticut ' T XJ i' Huntington Oftice - Huntington Center, Shelton, Connecticut V 'T l. AUDISIO EXCAVATING CONTRACTOR EXCAVATING AND PAVING Wallingford, Connecticut Phone Colony 9-5676 5 "They're rioting in Africa!" Father-Daughter Night. Some of the "queer" people who made things lively - including "Tally," ?l9"0'0' 0'4?'5"-01'-QNQV 126 bi! 4 xv gf Ogg' Sep J Qt fp M 4' Qt? X f U x 7 401 L 400'0"-05'z"04 W f'0"0'46Wl0'K0P'0f'0'5'04'0"01W5'9N0' x 1 9 XDU 2 0 ! -CJK If N5 . Q3 Q' XXX XJ' fx? JC X8 X OJ Q ff Je ,ef Compliments 0 B .1 x' D IIB 5 NP vip fb X Ego WAX rr ,V ofa If C559 V10 FRIEND h -, ,. ' X X BO. X 05 W If Wy? JM X f JI at QW . I XINOYZB Lf7Xy I Q Compliments of . . . DONAL M. COLLIMORE JOHN T. FITZPATRICK 3 :,1, . MI 9 ry ,f"! gif jl lb I 3 A ,IV ,,f,W'QN 'aj'-j71IfL J 1iLAf1'xf'l' A iff IQ 1 ly ' I I If I ' X Q ' N' NUI I", L C .. I lg . 'HL fW'.f tt CATHOLIC SUPPLY CO. it fIp'QIi"Iexe't5dJ RCATHOLIC INFORMATION CENTER FJ RELIGIOUS ARTICLES CHURCH GOODS xi., ' I - M 6 I I I I if Q if L' ,ff : I' Telephone EDison 3-7272 mfg 'R ff I 1126 Brood Street Bridgeport, Conn. 35 9 '0I10'N0N0'f-0"01'-0v0120"-0N010Pf-0N0N0N-0N01'01W"0 'I 27 40"0'?Q0Y0I'?10v0N0l'0N0R0'f'-7 4'-0' '-0'0N01'0x BUS 21 FRANK REYNOLDS FRANK HUNTLEY Some came by bus, and more came by bus . . . Seniors Sophomores KAREN EDWARDS KATHIE BOSLEY MARGI HEALY GINNY CUBELLI DOLORES HVIZDO CONNIE LUPARIELLO CAROL ANN MASTRY MILLICENT MEUNIER MARY MIHALEY GRACE NUCERA MAUREEN O'HARA ROSITA SCIORTINO CAROL SHANNON Juniors PATTY ALTIERI CAROL COVIELLO GINNY FAGAN ERMINE LE DONNE SUE MIHALEY NANCY NAYLOR BETTY PECLET LYNN RADER X9'010'0'040'-0"0K0' 128 JANET GALLA LORETTA HVIZDO TERRY KISIEL MARY ANN LAYDON MARIE MICHUDA MARY LOU SERRITELLA Freshmen KATHIE APPLEBY JANICE deCECCO MARY DIETRICH JUDY FRAY NANCY KADAR JEAN LESKO GWEN LUCIANO BARBARA MARCH MARY ANN ROCHE KELLY STRADLEY ARLYNE RUSSO MARIANNE STRAUBEL wiN?ffwfXx XF 'QMS-i 3 ru XXX? :u if 'QC ' 5412 Xt 5 gig M3 s Q - 53 S -'0054'0-l?'0'-0'0K02'f0"ff0w0l0'6R0Y040N7104'0v'04'0 5174010 FREDERICK J. SHANNON C 6 4 , L L , J 92 KR A xg 504 PARK BCULEVARD N xg? it STRATFQRD, CONNECTICUT Ai 3:36 ix if . iq .fi 'HT lv f05'0'f0' 'I M- fofo?-anoa'-oxafoawwwwawawfa vz-0-news: lfvmj lNcwu5LLm Lf Q L9 may WLM ANUQlggfigjgs4i!z.1cmLll'y, Cfytufi did' tqfuuf' LUQ H.-L cm, - fm, fwfr gm ,f ff-,ffm WQc2'mx0nvi1'.Af'4Pm fibfl uw cU.5,5cc fc? ' "" ' wwf LLM LUCLSIRATFORD SPIBIT SHOP iw LS1L6L"BAiliri515Qr3x 4 Vgqieml ' sTRX1'Fbffi" 6iJNEC'HffH LL KYAMSI 0c9 wf?ffcn Tel.EDison 7-5881 ,E 3 ,bf ' : xvvxx N, ,N gf . A Lf'-'F revnewxbey' CJQVig:sT'S'Lf V F V I ' ATDO SSCSHY3 ak,.,ehQ,3QXQQ,3,l'1N-.oesNn.1s . x,QAr5.3 ',n'1'xhe. 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Xfgfi. ,XQVHKVLL ,QAM 351, "4'6 5, '?y4aQ gfguwc, cb !5,Q,M jg' ba feZ444n,a1fr.44f, I . aus 1 2d,2f.1.,,z BUS DRIVER TOM SIAVRAKAS f f C JOYCE CALOVINE BARBARA CARROLL ANNE CASSIDY EILEEN CORMIER MAUREEN DORAN PAT DUCH ELAINE RUTKOSKY SHARON TOOTHILL PAT VENDER MARY DORA DONNELLY VALERIE MARTIN A . . . and here's the rest of them! PAT OBAZA PAT POSTER NOREEN SERRITELLA CAROL CZAPLINSKI GALE DOLNEY ROSEMARY IANNIELLO JUDI KOHANSKI KARON LESNESKI ESTHERANN SAMOSKA BETTY SPODNICK x9'0'0Y :0u0x0' 131 JUDY VITELLO VICKIE BENEDETTO JEAN DEL VECCHIO LYNN FAGAN ANDY GADUS MARYANN GOLIAS MARY MARTIN MARY LOU MENCHAK JACIE PRETO-RODAS MARCIA. MURAD CAROL SUHY YI! yt fr , e 5' . it 2 R 2 Y 4 A f -,M rd., Ii ' GEORGE K. STEIGLER f 'MONUMENT MOTORS 'Q xi ty 'A ',fAf-'- mm 2200 Stratford Avenue x Stratford, Connecticut ,Q iz- 'l ullir Av in AQ EDison 7-7582 l Compliments of FAGAN'S RESTAURANT 946 FERRY BOULEVARD 5 STRATEORD, CONNECTICUT 3 9 9 HENRY BROS., INC., Appliances 'IO46 Post Road Fairfield, Conn. CL 9-4578 Maytag - Hotpoint- Kitchen Aid - R C A - Thermador Q x?'?l70'f0L70'0N?W26M0119f0v010I0v20vf?0'6N0fW1'7L?l0S61626I 2-02'-0 'I 32 40'0"710f'0"7 ff7 I 7 O'CONNOR 8. GAZLEY - , AGENCY, INC. lnsurance 8. Real Estate A K W ,, W , 'I720 BARNUM AVENUE A A Stratford, Conn. 1 THE BEEF BOX WHOLESALE MEATS Catering to Hotels and Restaurants 'IOI3 Housatonic Avenue Bridgeport, Connecticut FOrest 6-3496 D. J. ooAuN M. D. OGALIN 9 I . I UNITED FUEL co. ' A H UNICO HEATING OILS 44 Elliott St. Stratford, Connecticut EDison 7-OI I7 Oil Burner Sales and Service Q Heating Systems Installed Compliments of A FRIEND go-ova' owovovauarwvofowoaoxo 133 '22 C! . ff: ,C , of I I' Lfffffc' 'QL ,M ifCL"2'i in 1 Ll? 1.1.21 ' Vg! L, ,mf jf? X. KM J f 2 Liyg3fUL4 . ,:5.L1wL V,Q2"4"fl ov Cc,gfi'2.n ,pcfcaf MANsloN CLAM House . K .,,. -37 'X I f W" 546 Riverside Avenue fs I Q X M4 Q1 iff' Saugatuck, Connecticut 41, fs ,W 3 ff, CA 7-9661 , ,5.1'4fvv-if-I 7-rms-OL. -A 12 A-eu if 1- K '-A ff K I X rf' Closed Mondays QAZC 6 cflg' 7n'Lzfvvw W Seafood at its best ,fl .' W I Up,- JYZQ MU F . . . Vrifl I " arher-Daughter Night - Apple-eating contest. I If f k ZA! An apple a day keeps the witches at play. , f ' W 4: Ill In 9 5 5 CONTINENTAL WIRE COMPANY 2 WALLINGFORD, CONN. 9 9 MCQUILLAN PRINTING COMPANY oftset -. .letterpress 5 2152 Barnum Avenue - Q4 blocks east of Stratford-Bridgeport City Linej STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT DRexeI 8-7800 X Commercial - Business - Industrial - Wedding G xawweoavzfoweoffoafoscavosfoaeawweaiiovofeofwvoffo 134 40'f?01702040f6N?01l0N0'47'0M?'0'WP04016K7'l17040lf9'0f'006x T. WALTER TREADWELL BUILDER-CONTRACTOR Eleven O'Clock Road WESTON, CONN. Tel. CA 7-2289 Congrafulafions """e MARY Rossnrs C"'SS0f'960 FASHION LANE POLKA DOT HAT SHOPPE 3532 MAIN STREET STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Harkin 503 Campbell Ave. West Haven, Conn. 5 HONEYSPOT MONUMENT WORKS Makers of the Babe Ruih Monument 1960 Stratford Ave. Bridgeport, Conn. N. J. Torsiello ED 5-7027 135 9 WW ww E We ML My if CLOVERHURST FARM s. FLORIST ll ' X - William Aldo filly ,Xb M QONBX WHOLESALE - RETAIL lanfs - Flowers - Weddings - F I D g C g 335 White Plains Road, Trumbull C Ph ED 9 7554 Phone Sycamore 5-9423 Rug Cleaning MARlO'S CARPET SERVICE I Wall fo Wall lnsfallafion Our Specialfyj ,U 125 NewH A Mario Lupolu Orange, C 3 W K, L, . L!! ,ff 7' - NW lf' X Q A L ' ff? ggi. W 3 MyQQgWLMwW 4EWeoiN HKRDWARE 7" My A COMPANY l R. glhXllsAN 1287 sffqfforfjjve. sff.,ff.,fd,c.,..nedE.,f AIM Bfidgejjyuygcficuf ,flj - gf L lE9W000'l7'01?f?W'W1'7'91?4?W1'001l?200'f?W1WfQ?W1l?W'0'W1 0K0 136 Q ' . ' a qddb Q R .ff-537' ku-fv Q x 'yi .rs 1 5 .PJ i LQ' 'Ji -"- Cf 'f-' -JU! .L-in 9" JJ! 1511 'viii SFS ,Ywfrgg A JN X "gs SB? 4? 9-L QQVQ, yy" F ,yoj asf 51.2557 L, Y ,JJ ,JPY S' .sd L 4:7 - " SQ-5 wth Ce-Tlx -57 1 , Ce' C si rs cf I Y ,s J R 4. vrN",,e .B ,X Q ca 5 TW ,f s,'M'W"0" x I, CED? jf tx ,-Q' 'li X 9 ,N 59' 59' tfsfy, cry' ' 4655 2 A TDP N3?kV,5g57 ly?, ,K fl, yt 5 PY Q 12. FERRQQNOK L, ' V X392 cj? Q," VX, V - I W' is - ,f" ,QD-at , X sy fn if ,yay -f - 5 - " S-N QV' 5 'SJQJJJ ggi lrlsura -Real Estote ffm U' . -X2 ' L f ' ' , -5 L ff' sv' ' A jr L' HXX9' wb T West Main Street , ' 9 x Meriden, Connecticut -vf r-A-3 V' Cy, C4-c. Lf. Nad, Ji' be All those who use Brand X, smile! Back row: Louise Garofalo, Mary Lou Dinan, McGee Ryan, Sue Dolan, judi Chollco, Rosita Scior- rino, Judy Stauss, Geri Gamble. Second row: Eileen Cormier, Barbara Carroll, Grace Nucera, Sue Donahue, Rosa DeLauro. First row: Bonnie Dubinsky, Sandy Maris, Mary Ellen Quinlan, Sue No- wicki 'l Tel. FOrest 7-9643 FARMER BOY MEAT PRODUCTS L and L DISTRIBUTORS Pork Products and Meat Specialties 258 N. Washington Ave. Leo Lieber Bridgeport, Conn. 6 X9w0v0v0a0v0f0naa0v0'-Q0-10-vuauav -10" 1 37 ' 'J' . I' A I I I , C 1 .f ongrafulofions fo fhe CLASS OF 1960 I WIRETEX MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INCORPORATED 'IO MASON STREET lj' BRIDGEPORT 5, CONNECTICUT .J I , Vgmffx PAIN EIT I E Q CPT C he RUP jf lI IP'L.JJf Egg ,V Wwf fx IUJAM' Ex? T AMP V , ,Hibxiqi OW JU A VIKING TOOLS NIP YP Qi, QJ N 35 HOLLAND A S BRIDGEPORT, cog ICUTS-SX Tig? 5 gk, Xi 'b X Ng RFE I-0'40N0' 5174020 ?0'f0'0'27W1'701'?'0D6I0'Wf40f0'-?01f0'L00v THE PAGE MOTOR COMPANY BRIDGEPORT AVENUE af Schoolhouse Road MILFORD, CONNECTICUT CHEVROLET - CADILLAC 138 90'5'5" X9N00100'6'0040N?fQ00f00f70s?0fQ027616I00-01W10K70'?0Nf0'?f?6X 9A , . I . . .A fl t 1 i A K Congrafulafions fo the Class of 1960 THE SULLIVAN FLOWER SHOP A' John J. Sullivan ' FAIRFIELD, CONNECTICUT LL? I is 'Cy , C K, c x 5, sq 4, sq X ,,' -A fi- D JA Q hx. ' er , cy ff 9 Cite 5 A. GLORIAZ s FARM MARKET BOSTON POST ROAD MILFORD, CONN. Qualify Fruils and Vegefables Father-Daughter Night. Fathers struggle to recall rhymes in Mother Goose con test. Time ancl a half for overtime? Q x76's7'010H710K010Y000s?27'Q'?'016vW10'K0"?050N?0'f?0f0bf0I H020 g9N-0201202102-0N0N0"-01l0M0101G7'010lf0N0vG0N0201t0l7651042010f'05l?'05f7276'fC010M04610x ELDORADO PHARMACY, INC. A. JACOBSON, Reg. Ph., Mgr. 666 BROOKLAWN AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT Delivery Service Phone EDison 5-4556 K - 9 X lm 0 X. S 5 mx f N - - Q loglv 'F J 45 V, " T -IQ Ib" 4 -. li 65 .8 94 s at ' D ' 4 I i 'Y' .e o , I . QS . Cl , .D .I rj C++ 5. 1 J 0 . now 056 7 Lf ,. Q, 45,1 by . xx 'Tv as Lb WX' 1,"t 'X w"v"'I ,eb ,swf 0 5 1 Q , D' x9 8 20 3 XJ- X N6 1 xx 0 54" " 001 'RX' Af' A-Sm. Q-H I by Llp! 'T ,,"'1s if xfy T . 0 .1 Cl X , If AA! A P .' my at ' 5" ,iw-46NEw5ugQH Momsn PRoDucTs, mc. 4,1571 6 'foe 5 wf .D A' 5 f 2 I I all yctlu' LM., 64114, iktkb M VE QREFUL Wife! ,QcL Zg!O le! 4- . complimenfsof Si!! 744 AUM H Mc ALD DRIVING SCHOOL Q ax-I C -N It A . X9w0'wf010M0'w:0'-0-f0vr0v0'-10N-01' I zanowa-fava-no-.f0:w-'aeovowowaw 1 40 9 5 404' CHEMISTRY CLASS .FIRST PERIOD Can you blame us? We have chemistry Hrs! period. Back row: Lorna Bosses, Christine Deliec, McGee Ryan, Linda Polverari, Marilyn Palinkas, Judy Stu' PID 'h FrnT a G21 N L I Sitt'n mildl nw L l' M'llr S Nwick' jufl' I Ll SS, H UL , ll yn fl, f C6 U CFI. I gy K C 3 I E516 I C , UC 0 I, I Cholko, Mary Trautmun. Front row: Maureen Dqran, Louise Garofalo, Sue Dolan, Rosita Sciortmo. ,K rl "2 ' ' ' if , ,. 2 .1 ,lj 'Q . IA ' I , , -, ' 2 f fl JW A ,f 1 I .ff T L1 " 2, fm! . " ' 1 9 ff' I f ,A 4 ,f ' I 'A --'I . 0 ' J, I J V. AD ' ' Compliments-of . . . , I . . , , t I I ' ,, ' ' THE. NIIEDERMEIER FAMILY BRIDGEPORT LUMBER COMPANY 310 RESERVOIR AVE. 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