Amity Regional High School - Embers Yearbook (Woodbridge, CT)
- Class of 1957
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E Pluribus Unum . . . Just as the
motto of the United States declares one
from many , so have we, the Class of 1957,
come together at Amity from the towns
of Bethany, Orange, and Woodbridge. Al-
though we will soon be separated, the
Embers will remain a warm reminder of
experiences we shared together.
Mr. Hiram Tindoll
lt is with the utmost pride that we dedicate the 1957 EMBERS
to Mr. Hiram Tindall. Through his guidance, unselfishly given, we have
come to know him as a teacher, an adviser, and a friend. He has ac-
complished more than his position calls for in aiding the members and
promoting the activities of the Senior class. With warmest regards we
look upon him as a person who will always occupy a special place in
our hearts and memories.
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We wish to thank the many members of the Class of 1957 who have made
possible this second edition of Embers.
We are proud of our Seniors and grateful for your loyalty and many con-
tributions during the past two years. We wish you future success and hope that
graduation will not weaken the ties you have formed but as Alumni will still feel
that Amity is your school.
HOWARD D. BROOKS
CARLTON B. SEYBOLT
We are so pleased that you were with us. You have written the second
chapter of the book ot Amity. The class of 1957 have contributed much to enrich
the tradition of our school. As time passes you will all have a feeling of warmth
and pride in knowing that your contributions have meant so much to the real
meaning of Amity. We are very proud of you.
CARLTON B. SEYBOLT
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Mrs. Kent Bendall Matthew Coyle Edward Cull
Rita Ivarson John D. Jennings James Kennedy
Elizabeth Luk J. David Maier Herman Pastore
Sheldon Rose iMrs. Cornelius Shanley Hiram Tindall
Franklin BenoiT Eloi Daigle
Mrs. John Henning Robert Holmberg
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Mrs. John Moroney
Mrs. John Kelly
Mrs. Lester Atkins
Mary Ba ker
Mrs. Charles Morey
Back Row: Helen Kelsey, Ann
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Front Row: Ethel Sykes, Mary
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Left to right: Judy Zemel, Ned Bunton, Co-Business Managers, Carolyn Miner,
Susan Perham, Co-Editors, Joyce Yammarino, Assistant Art Editor, and Bar-
bara Wies, Art Editor.
Under the supervision of Mr. Robert Holmberg, Mr. Frederick Fay,
and Mrs. Frederick Zilli, the three boards have worked together to comprise
this-the second edition of Amity Embers. In spite of numerous difficulties,
we feel that we have successfully recorded our class and school activities and
yet portrayed each senior as an individual.
We extend our appreciation to all those who aided us by contribut-
ing their time and effort. Each of us hopes that this classbook, the product of
our combined endeavors, will set a precedent for all those which follow.
ART AND EDITORIAL BOARDS
Bottom row, left to right are: Pat Sisk, Margie Cohen, Carol Hughes,
Reid Kaplan, and Jim Giebler. Top row, left to right are: Mr. Robert Holm-
berg, Dorothy Schmidt, Mitzi Wilcox, Mary Ellen Harrison, Carolyn Miner, Sue
Perham, Judy Browne, Carol Dwyer, Barbara Wies, Joyce Yammarino, and
Mr. Frederick Fay. Those not present for the picture are: Mary D'Auria, Joan
Robinson, Marilyn Mildeberger, Mary Ann Smith, Linda De Laurentis, and
Left to right, bottom row, are: Donna DeVeglia, Marion Hill, Ann Eck-
hardt, and Polly Cannon. Second row, left to right, are: Mary Jane Goodby,
Duanne Daigle, Judy Zemel, Joella Downs, Julia Loman, Margie Cohen, and
Mrs. Zilli, Adviser. Top row, left to right, are: Anthony Tirollo, Judy Smith,
Marilyn Simpson, Alan Todd,' Ned Bunton, and Eddie Rappa. Those not pres-
ent for the phofo are: Ann Heavens, Jon Dedman, Barbara Cartmell, Walter
Holbrook, and Dureen Schmitt.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right are: Reid Kaplan, President, Carolyn Miner, Treasurer,
Joan Robinson, Secretary, Mr. Hiram Tindall, Senior Class Adviser, and Ed-
ward Rappa, Vice-President.
In this, our last year at Amity, we have had many tasks beset us, the
preponderance of which have been carried out faithfully and with a mini-
mum of failure.
Not the least of these has been the iob of strengthening traditions and
creating new ones which we feel would be desirable and beneficial in the
Among the traditions which we feel we have in some measure
strengthened, is that of the school tie, composed in part of cooperation and
amity between faculty and student body, and pride in scholastic and extra-
We would be the first to admit that it was not all sweetness and
light, however, nothing would be good if it were not for contrasting bad,
and by the same token, nothing would succeed if there were no failures by
which to measure success.
We shall, I hope, be remembered for our triumphs, rather than our
very few wholehearted but unsuccessful attempts.
l can resist anything but temptation
Anything for a laugh . . .You never know what he's going
to do next . . . Boating and skiing keep Frank busy out-
side of school. This year he did a great iob in Football 145,
Hockey 145, and on the Christmas Dance Committee 145.
Next year Frank hopes to attend college.
Cheer up, the worst is yet to come!
All right! . . . Cut it out! . . . Looks are deceiving . . .
Allen has been active on the track team 145, and was also
a member ofthe Cast in the Senior Play. He will probably
enter the Air Force.
Men aren't measured in inches
How's the election coming? . . . John is very interested
in politics. He was busy in Choir 13, 45, but he'd be lost
without the Audio-Visual Aids Department 13, 45. John
plans to attend college.
A gal with stars in her eyes
What do you mean, Who am I going to dance withl . . .
Gee Whiz, Mr. T.! . . . Bibber's quite the horsewoman,
too. Her School activities include Student Council 125,
Girls' State Alternate 135, Glee Club 135, Choir 135, and
Home Room Secretary 135. Bibber plans a career in secre-
I:ong HTll'R6'aU Woodbridge
Friends should be preferred to kings
Quiet and sincere . . . Lover of books . . . Basketball and
Swimming are favorites. Next year he'll ioin the service.
How's the weather down there?
Did ou do our homework? He's crazy about bas-
y y . . . .
ketball and cars . . . Steve participated on the Track Team
12, 41, Basketball 141, Library Club 121, Intramurals 12, 31,
and Rifle Club 12, 31. He hopes to attend college next
Blushing is the color of virtue
Some crazy idea is always brewing-Watch out! . . . She
makes you laugh till your sides split . . . Judy has been
busy as Chairman of the Decorating Committee of the
Christmas Dance 141, Amity Embers Editorial Board 141,
Class Gift Committee 141, Safety Education Club 131,
Nurse's Assistant 141, A.A. Dance Committee 131, Basket-
ball Free Throw Tournament 121, Table Tennis Tournament
121, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 141, Student Coun-
cil Alternate 141, and Girls' Baseball 131. Judy's future in-
The end must iustify the means!
He has quite a crew cut . . . WouIdn't be without his red
shirt and black tie . . . Ned worked hard as the Co-Man-
ager of the Embers Business Board 141, and as a member
of the Cast of Senior Play 141. He plans to enter the
More than one personality
Who says he doesn't like the girls? . . . Ray's quite a dancer
. . . Cars are a favorite with him also. Ray's future is
S A Woodbridge
Life is what you make it
Smart looking, attractive . . . Catches many an eye . . .
Just why is she late for classes? . . . Pat's a music lover',
particularly rock 'n roll . . . Ann Southern CPrivate Secre-
taryl has nothing on her.
I c I ' Bethany
l'll find a way or make one
Chemistry creates a problem . . . How do you do this
one? . . . Barbie's interests include all sports. Among her
activities at school she has taken part in the Spanish Club
149, and Amity Embers Business Board MJ. College is in the
My kingdom for a book
A master of studies . . . Success is inevitable . . . How does
he solve those chemistry problems? Rich represented us at
Boys' State CSD, and was Vice-President of the Student
Council CSD. This year he is a member of the Embers Busi-
ness Board and of the Athletic Association. He plans to
His head's in the clouds
Amity's Paul Bunyan . . . Wonder what's behind those
dark eyes? . . . High man in basketball . . . Sports,
hunting, and cars are a few of his numerous interests. In
school, Skip was a respresentative to Boys' State 131, and
the Captain of the Basketball Team 141. Next fall-off to
Let no pleasure interfere with business
What would our hockey team do without him? . . . Sports
of all kinds intrigue him . . . Jim Dale's super-salesman
. . . Jake's school activities include: Hockey 12, 3, 4,1, of
which he is Captain this year, and Student Council 13, 4,1.
He's an able candidate for Uncle Sam.
What was on the French test?
Hard worker . . . Teacher's helper . . . Did you get the
homework? . . . Duanne's interests are skating and read-
ing. She was a member of the Embers Business Board 141,
Library Club 141, Class Gift 141, and Safety Education 131.
She also was an Office Assistant in her Junior year. Nurs-
ing is her probable future.
She's got the world on a string
Did you hear the swish of that pony tail? . . . Oh-so coy,
but sweet . . . Dancing really rates. Her activities include
Student Council 12, 31, Debating Team 12, 31, Assembly
Committee Chairman 12, 31, Chorus 12, 31, Amity Em-bers
Editorial Board 141, Home Room President 131, Senior Class
Gift Committee 141, Christmas Dance Refreshment and
Decorating Committees 141, and a member of the Senior
Play Cast 141. Mary plans to be a dental hygienist.
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High, wide, and handsome
Really smooth . . . Cool operator with that convertible . . .
Can always be found in the midst of a party . . . Dave is
interested in swimming, fishing, and all active sports. He
has been a credit to Basketball 13, 47 and was the Christ-
mas Dance Publicity Chairman 141. He will attend college
Far from being a shrinking violet
Versatile and vivacious . . . Loves horses and the great
outdoors . . . Farmer's daughter . . . Very active in 4-H.
Her plans for the future include college.
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Oh-that vocabulary . . . A whiz with either brush or
breast-stroke . . . Love that pool. John has contributed to
Oil Painting Club 149, Embers Art and Business Boards 147,
Football 139, Swimming 133. He may go into the Army or
Laughing is her pastime
That's the breaks . . . Who worries? . . . Let her dance
and skate and she's in heaven . . . Bewitching-especially
to Mr. T. . . . The halls are her kingdom. Donna has been
active on the Amity Embers Business Board 141, Christmas
Dance Com-mittee 143, Homemaking Club 149, Safety Edu-
cation 13, 45, Pep Club 125, Volley Ball and Badminton 121,
and the Cast of the Senior Class Play. The field of business
is her goal.
Lovely to look at, delightful to be with
The ideal nurse . . . Won't her patients be lucky, especially
the male ones! . . . Quite a striking cheerleader too . . .
In her school activities Ann has been President of the
Spanish Club 145, Nurse's Assistant 13, 4D, and a Cheer-
leader 133, of which she was Co-Captain 145, Dance Com-
mittee 13l, Girls' State 131, Student Council 141, Baseball
Team 13l, Glee Club 133, and Safety Education 131. Ann
will enter nursing school in the fall.
Seldom seen or heard
Bethany's Daniel Boone . . . Hunting and fishing really
rate . . . At Amity, Bill has played on the Hockey Team
141. He plans to ioin a branch of the Armed Services
in the future.
Quiet till you know him
Typical Yankee . . . Cracker barrel philosopher . . . Never
neglects his homework . . . Dick's main interest lies in 4-H
work. His future will consist of forestry and the Armed
The Farmer in the dell
Appears innocent, but rumor reports- . . . Our chemistry
genius . . . Oh-those wavy locks! . . . Welly is a very
active 4-H member as his attendance at the Chicago 4-H
Conference well indicated. In school, he was a member
of the Bowling Team 123. Welly plans to maior in agricul-
ture at college.
MARY LOUISE FELLOWS
Back to Sweet Silence
Witty . . . Wizard on skates - in her car, too . . . Seldom
seen without a shorthand book. For her career Lou has
chosen work in the secretarial field.
Never lacking in comments . . .A riot in Spanish class . . .
Radios and cars are tops with him . . . At Amity, John has
been active in Football 143, Track 143, Audio-Visual Aids
Department 13, 43, President of Athletic Association 13, 43,
and Recipient of David Richat award for excellence in
geometry. He'll attend college next year.
Tall, dark, and handsome
Just me and my car . . . Chased around for Embers pic-
tures . . . Quite the swimmer . . . Jim served Amity well
as Captain of the Swimming Team 143. He was also a mem-
ber of the Embers Editorial Board 143, and Safety Education
133. Outside of school he is President of the Connecticut
Coachmen. Jim will probably enter automotive work.
' ' Orange
If you will laugh yourself into stitches, follow me
A real smooth dancer . . . Life of any party . . . Skating,
Bowling, and Dancing are Joe's favorites. Joe has been
active in Football 12, 3, 43, and received Honorable Men-
tion, All State Team, Bowling Team 143, Baseball 143, and
Senior Class Play Cast. Joe's future is undecided.
MARY JANE GOODBY
More pep than a peppermint stick
Nice to know. . . Poised and quiet. . . Lots of friends . . .
Among her activities have been: The Embers Business
Board 145, Christmas Dance Decorating Committee 145,
Pep Club 145, and Choir 125. Mary Jane plans to enter the
L' ' Bethany
Never ata loss for the last word
Political asset . . . Pastel sweaters are his favorite . . .
Hockey is Larry's favorite sport, but he also enioys swim-
ming. Larry's future plans center around the Air Force.
Can I get away with it?
Happy-go-lucky . . . Has, a way with the girls, too . . . He's
really sharp on ice . . . In Amity his activities include:
Hockey 13, 45, and the Christmas Dance Committee 145.
Charlie especially likes basketball and hockey. Next year
he will enter either the service or college.
MARY ELLEN HARRISON
' ' ' e Bethany
A bit quiet, but she gets the best out of life
Don't let that innocent look fool you! . . . Full of fun . . .
Inexhaustible . . . What's she thinking now? . . . Cheer-
leading is most important, but Mary Ellen has also been
active as the Spanish Club Secretary 135, Laurel Girls' State
Representative 135, Christmas Dance Decorating Commit-
tee 145, Embers Art Board 135, Embers Editorial Board 145,
A Cappella Choir 13, 45, and Senior Class Play Cast. She'll
attend college next year.
e if S' 'Orange
Soft you now, the fair Ophelia
So quiet and serious . . . Wonderful with horses . . . Ann's
activities have been: Embers Art Board 141, Choir 13, 41,
and the Student Council Dance Committee 141. Ann plans
to work as a secretary.
Mischief is her one delight
She's tiny but that's no drawback . . . What's the matter
with this? . . . Marion's been an energetic worker as the
Corresponding Secretary of the Student Council 13, 41,
Embers Business Board 141, Latin Club 13, 41, Tennis Tour-
naments 121, Western Union Merit Award 121, Secretary-
Treasurer of Homeroom 141, Christmas Dance Decorating
Committee 141, and the Senior Class Play Cast. She also
qualified for the Connecticut State Latin Contest 131. Col-
lege is the most prominent of her future plans'
That clean cut look
Sharp in Solid and Chemistry . . . Which girl is it now,
Walter? This year he entered from Hamden. Walter has
been active on Track and Swimming Teams 12, 31, Student
Council 141, and on the Embers Business Board 141. Next
year he hopes to attend college.
Never a serious moment
What's the latest news, Carol? . . . lt's so nice to have a
man around . . . Loves dancing . . . In activities, Carol's
contributed to the Christmas Dance Committee 41 Glee
Club 13, 41, Student Council 121, and Safety Education 141.
She plans to attend college next year.
What's life without problems?
Reads those psychology books . . . Look out for Mr. Holm-
berg! Reid has worked especially hard as Junior and
Senior Class President, in Football C3D, and in the Senior
Class Play, also Embers Editorial Board CAD, and the Sen-
tinel Editorial Board CQD. He'll attend college next year.
Im shy . . lust ask me
Sharp in politics . . .He adds a bit of spice to all his classes
. . . Ken has been very active in Varsity Football CAD, and
the Athletic Association CAD. He was also the Captain of the
Bowling Team CAD, Chairman of the AA Dance Committee
CAD, President of the Student Council CAD, and he placed
second in the American Legion Oratorical Contest C3D, and
first in his Senior year. Outside of school, Ken's main in-
terest in A-H work. He plans to attend college in the fall.
Has a thumb in many pies
Don't get excited . . . Mr. Water Company, himself . . .
One-woman man . . . Such an irresistible grin! . . . Hunt-
ing, sports, and reading, too, are among his interests.
Dick was on the Track and Football Teams CAD, and the
Christmas Dance Decorating Committee CAD. College and
the Armed Forces are his future plans.
Those who talk less usually know more
Has striking blond hair . . . Pretends to be quiet . . . His
hobbies include hunting, horses, and sports. In school ac-
tivities, Warren has taken part in Football CAD, Track CAD,
Athletic Association CAD, Spanish Club CAD and Audio-Visual
Aids CAD. He'll be seen next year on a college campus.
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A silent man speaks no trouble
Did he say youse guys are intelligent? . . .Chemistry and
solid geometry wizard . . . Lone wolf . . . Lady killer-liter-
ally. Sports, besides good marks, are Pick's most promin-
ent contributions to Amity-especially Football 141. He also
attended Boys' State 133. Pick intends to go to college.
' Let tomorrow
Tall man with a low car
. . . Paul's interests are
hunting and Connecticut Coach-
men. ln school Paul was on the Senior Class Gift Commit-
tee 14D. He was also Treasurer of his Home Room 131. The
Air Force and Commercial Design are Paul's plans for The
take care of tomorrow
l'm gonna live until I die
Always anxious to help . . . Get Larry to run the proiector
. . . Skips classes legally for Audio-Visual Aids . . . His
hobbies include horses and cars. Larry hopes that a State
Police iob will be waiting for him.
Jose the Gambler
In school he's quiet and demure,
Outside we're not so sure
The shy, rugged type . . . Always wearing a smile . . .
Paul's an active member of the Football Team 13, 45,
Hockey Team 13, 41, Manager of Baseball 137, and Presi-
dent of the Athletic Association 131. In his iunior year Jose
received the Harvard Book Award, and attended Boys'
State. College and electrical engineering are Paul's plans
for the future.
Where'd he get the haircut?
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Hair of gold to match the sun
Always has something up her sleeve but doesn't tell a
soul . . . Would be lost without a male . . . Knows how to
win them too! . . . Judie's interests include cars, and was
active in Driver's Education 143. Judie has chosen the busi-
ness world for her career.
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Quiet when he isn't noisy
Oooh, those dimples . . . Really cuts quite a rug! . . .
Quiet at first-but look again. Topper really stole the show
in Hockey 12, 3, 43, and he also played Baseball 12, 3, 43.
He did especially well in Football 12, 3, 43, and this year
won the Savitt Award as the outstanding athlete in the
school. We hope to see him on a college football field in
among his future plans.
Behind that quiet manner who knows?
A dog is a girl's best friend Full of chuckles Loves
that chemistry . . . Julie's hobbies include swimming and
skating. She has been active on the Senior Dance Commit
tee 143, Glee Club 133, Trident 133 and as a Red Cross Rep
resentative 123. Julie hopes to go to college
Always busy, doing what?
Cars and crewcut go hand in hand Loves that T V in
P. A. D .... I didn't have a report did I Mr Kennedy?
He entered Amity from Notre Dame this year Ralphs
good in sports and played Amity Hockey 143 College is
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Never know what this girl is going to do next . . . Always
wandering about the halls picking up clues for a coming
test. . . She's especially fond of swimming, ice and roller
skating. Liz has been active in the German Club 125, Arch-
ery 12, 45, and Glee Club 13, 45. College is in the near
Without music life would be a mistake
Always has a cheerful greeting accompanied by a friendly
smile . . . English is her pet problem . . . Judy's activities
have been: Dance Committee 135, Girls' Ensemble 145, Vari-
ety Show 145 and Home Making Club 145. She plans to
work in the secretarial field.
Loads of fun, cheerful and bright
A sparkling personality.. .Pep unlimited. . .Quite a cute
cheerleader, Captain at that! . . . Patty's also been in York
Square Players 125, and was Vice-President of her home-
room 135. Other activities include: Glee Club 135, Girls'
State Representative 135, Student Council 13, 45, and the
love our Pat?
A good heart is worth its weight in gold
May l see your Chemistry paper? . . . Collegiate is the
word . . . Work and play can be combined . . . Millie has
taken part in the A Cappella Choir 13, 45, All-State Glee
Club 135, Amity Singers 13, 45, Amity Embers Editorial
Board 145, and the Senior Class Play Committee. She's all
set for college next year.
Christmas Dance Committee 13, 45. What college wouldn't
The secret of success is consistency of purpose
Who can compare with her in ability? . . . That girl has
what it takes! . . . No task is too difficult . . . Besides be-
ing an outstanding student, Carol has taken part in Choir
131, Rifle Club 12l, and the Talent Show Committee 131. She
was also Class Treasurer 13, 49, Student Council Represent-
ative 13l, Oratorical Contest 14l, and this year, the Co-Editor
of the Amity Embers. For her, college won't present any
Worry and I have never met
Mischief and fun are Murph's favorite pastimes . . . An
Epicurean at heart . . . V-neck sweaters are his trade mark
. . . Bill's activities include Football 13, 4l, Home Room
President 143, and Class Play Committee 145. Watch out,
Charlie, my boy
C. T.'s better half . . . Hanover's best . . . A whiz on
skates . . . Charm and grace are Marie's outstanding vir-
tues . . . Among her activities at school, Elise was a mem-
ber of the Ember's business board. She plans to enter
college in the fall.
A good character shines by its own light
Wonder what makes this girl tick? . . . No interest in boys,
but men? . . . ls she really that quiet? . . . Betty's been
active in Spanish Club 125, Glee Club 137, Home Economics
Club 143 of which she was Secretary, and Refreshment
Committee of the Christmas Dance. Her interests outside
of school include swimmnig and reading. Work in the
secretarial field is Betty's plan for the future.
No limits but The sky
Popularity plus. . .Who could be sweeter? . . . Never lack-
ing in friends . . . Aone-man girl . . .Sports and music are
her special favorites. Among Sue's numerous school activi-
ties have been, the Latin Club 141, Girls' Baseball and Bas-
ketball 131, Student Council 141, Choir 13, 41, and this year
Co-Editor of The Embers. College is Sue's goal.
and study engineering.
Thoughtful and sweet
Quiet, but wait till you get to know her! . . . She bubbles
over with mischief.. .Such a distinctive giggle. . .Joanie's
been active in the Embers Editorial Board 141, and on the
AA Dance Committee 131. She also was Secretary of the
Class 13, 41, Captain of the Girls' Baseball and Basketball
teams 131, and Nurse's Assistant 13, 41. The career Joanie
has in mincl is nursing.
PersonaliTy plus and a smile to match
A ladies' man . ' . All the girls love him A good student
to boot.. . Eddie's activities include Swimming 12 31 Base
ball 131, Amity Embers Business Board 141 Safety Education
13, 41, Vice-President of Class 13 41 Boys State Representa
tive 131, Student Council Dance Commtitee 141 and Student
Council Representative 141. Eddie plans to attend college
Always on her toes
Tall, dark, and attractive . . . Made friends quickly in Amity
.. . Lorrie entered This year from Derby Her activities have
been Girls' Softball Team 131 Girls Basketball Team 131
Chorus 131, Dance Committee 131 and Junior Varsity Cheer
leaders 131. She is planning a career as a rlance teacher
You never can tell what an angel will do
Loads of energy . . . Quite a cheerleader . . . Always up to
something. . .Watch out! . . . Schmite loves skating, skiing,
and bopping. Her school activities are: Office Assistant 12,
3, 41, Safety Education 13, 41, Safety Patrol 13, 41, Cheer-
leading 141, Christmas Dance Decorating Committee 141,
Embers Editorial Board 141, and Choir 131. Nursing is her
Laughing eyes and a happy heart
Gorgeous blond hair. . It's real tool . .Alwa s neat and
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well groomed . . .Marilyn has been active as an Office As-
sisstant 12, 3, 41, Girls' State Alternate 131, Amity Embers
Business Board 141, Safety Education 141, and Christmas
Dance Decorating Committee 141. ln the fall, Marilyn will
enter the secretarial field.
Every man for himself
A star on the basketball court Oh oh here comes the
teacher . . . Al has taken part in Baseball 131 Basketball 13
41, Amity Embers Art Board 141 and Boys Council 131 He
also won third prize in the School Emblem Contest 131 The
U.S. Air Force and college will comprise an interesting
Not a care in the world
Calm in the midst of turmoil . Dont let his size scare you
-there's a big heart underneath Mikes activities In
Amity have been Baseball 13, 41 Football 13 41 and Basket
ball 13, 41, Mike is at present undecided about his future
. . I know itI
Boy! What a dancer . . Everybody's pal . . . Has a way with
the girls! . . . Pat has been active on the Christmas Dance
Committee CAI, Amtiy Embers Editorial Board CAI, Basket-
ball CSJ, and the Senior Class Play MJ. Pat intends to go to
college next year.
I ' Orange
A mirror of courtesy
A quiet exterior . . . Sweet and pleasant to meet. . . If you
need any help, ask Judy . . . Reading, sewing, and swim-
ming are among .ludy's favorite pastimes. In school she
has been active on the Embers Business Board MJ, Safety
Education Q-43, and was an alternate to Girls' State. Judy will
enter the business world next year.
MARY ANN SMITH
Anyone can dream
Sweet, quiet, and likeable . . . Did we have Latin vocabu-
Iary today? . . . Let's go over the translation. . . . Mary
Ann's favorite hobbies are sports and especially skating.
In school activities, Mary Ann has taken part in: Trident 132,
Glee Club Ml, and the Embers Editorial Board 141. She also
was an Office Worker 121. Nursing is the career Mary Ann
has chosen for the future.
Full of surprises . . . Gosh! I forgot my gum . . . Corridor
roamer . . . But- . . . Cars are Cliff's favorite pastime. He
plans to enter Electrical Engineering inthe future.
lf at first you don't succeed . . . forget it!
Let's boil some water in a paper cup . . . Is he really that
quiet? . . . Our cider supplier.. .Loves to Throw books. . .
Ozzie's hobbies include hunting and hockey. He repre-
sented Amity at Boys' State 135, and was on the Amity Em-
bers Business Board 145. Ozzie plans to enter college next
I'll not budge an inch
Roams the halls looking for E.N. . . . Who doesn't say
'ain't'? . . . Charlie was on the Football and Hockey Teams
145. At present, his plans for the future are undecided.
L' ' Woodbridge
Where there's a will, there's a way
Dark-haired lass with sparkling eyes. . .A concealed charm
. . . Quiet perseverance . . . Marie's hobbies are skating,
bowling, and tennis. She has been on the Christmas Dance
Refreshment Committee 145, Spanish Club 135, Girls' Basket-
ball and Softball Teams 13, 45, and Choir 145. Marie intends
to enter the nursing career.
Always leaves them laughing
Full of chuckles . . . A natural born wit . . . One man is
enough! . . . Judy's first interest is art, among her others
are riding, swimming and skating. Spanish Club 13, 45,
Amity Embers Art Board 145, Girls' State Representative 135,
Choir 135, Class Play Publicity Chairman 145, and a Member
of the Senior Class Play 145, have been Judy's activities at
Amity. This year she won second prize in the Oratorical
Contest- Judy will attend college and study the field of
G?EWay Road A ' Woodbridge
Never idle a moment
Tall and blond . . . Amity's link with Sweden . . . Skating
and reading rate high on her list of hobbies. ln school acti-
vities Carol has taken part in Homemaking Club 143, Choir
135 and Audio-Visual Aids 13, 43. ln the coming year Carol
hopes to enter the business world.
What wonder doth pour forth from her hand
That gifted touch-What would the Art Board do without
her? . . . Barbie is one ofthe Cast ofthe Senior Class Play,
is Co-Editor ofthe Embers Art Board 141, and is on the Amity
Handbook 141. With such an interest in art, it is not surpris-
ing that Barbara shall make it her profession.
Silence is golden
Neptune's brother . . . Swims like a fish . . . Other hobbies
include cars and boats. His activities at Amity have been:
Swimming Team 149, Chess Club 133, and Track Team 145. ln
the future John hopes to enter accounting.
Mitzi ' B'
Sweet is the smile that captures your heart
A little doll . . . Cute as a button . . . Doesn't tell her heart to
anyone . . . Among her extra curricular activities, Mitzi has
taken part in the Amity Embers Editorial Board 141, and was
the Chairman for the Christmas Dance. A winter sports en-
thusilast, she will undoubtedly choose a college in the
All's well that ends well
Star goalie on the hockey team . . .A future Terry Sawchuk
. . . Scouted by the Bruins . . . Speed demon . . . Swim-
ming, boat, racing rate a big X , Rusty's plans for future
includes The State Police and the Armed Forces.
A friend to all the world
Quite the horseback rider . . . Oh, that quiet charm! . . . At
school, Margi took part in the Safety Education Club. She
will begin a business career after graduation.
B s Bethany
Life is but a dream
A whiz in English . . .Elvis' most loyal fan . . . Her activities
at school have been: Trident 141, Dramatics13, 45, and a role
in the Senior Class Play. Judy plans to study dramatics and
iournalism at college.
Oh, so photogenic
Features made for the camera . . . Those lucky people with
the natural curly hair! . . . Has a good word for everyone.
. . . Joyce's interest lies in art and mechanical drawing. Her
activities in school include Student Council 12, 43, Glee Club
12, 3, 41, Safety Education 13, 45, Safety Patrol 145, Student
Council Dance Committee 149, and Assistant Editor of the
Embers Art Board. Although still .undecided about her fu-
ture, Joyce has considered interior decorating, and home
In quietness is hidden friendship
Mr. Feher's buddy . . . Just what is he like? . . . A sudden
thought comes to my head . . . Terror of Beecher Road.
WaIter's future is undecided.
Hitch your wagon to a star
First loyalty to Vermont . . . Candidate for 1960 Olympic
Ski Team . . . Lil' gal with a big heart . . . Oh, that solid
geometry! . . . She has been active in Student Council 131,
Glee Club 13, 41, Trident 13, 41, Embers 131, Co-Manager of
Embers Business Board 141, Welcome Dance Committee 141,
Christmas Dance Refreshment Committee 141, Spotlight 131,
and the School Store 131. She plans to attend college.
There's something in the wind
The great outdoorsman . . . Loves to hunt and fish, but don't
forget that homework! . . . Ken played Football in his
Junior and Senior Years. He hopes to enroll in a technical
school or ioin the armed forces.
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We, the class of 1957, being somewhat of sound mind and judgment, Icon-
trary to the feelings of our pedagogues and othersl, do hereby declare and pub-
lish this to be our last will and testament.
X four signl
I, Frank Annicelli, will my keen understanding and mild manner to some
I, Allen Baldwin, will my chewing gum factory to Judy Meister.
I, John Bell, will my vocabulary lists to Kathy Monck.
I, Hertha Benton, will my excuses to anyone in the Junior Class who needs them.
I, William Boyce, will my love ot books to Frank Downs.
I, Steve Boyle, leave.
I, Judy Browne, will my hilarious antics to Elinor Pachl.
I, Ned Bunton, will my red shirt and black tie to Larry Cutler.
I, Raymond Carasone, will my ability to imitate Jerry Lewis to Anthony Tirollo.
I, Pat Carlson, will my mules to Barbara M. Smith.
I, Barbara Cartmell, will my ID bracelets to Kathy Hill.
I, Richard Clarey, will my magnetic attraction to women to Ray Adams.
I, Al Clark, will my basketball advantage to Rocco Mondo.
I, Jerry Couden, will my happy disposition to John Mead.
I, Ken Cunningham, will my physique to Fred Collenberg.
I, Duanne Daigle, will my Maine accent to Gail Vernon.
I, Mary D'Auria, will my pony tail to Linda DeLaurentis.
I, Dave Dedman, will my appeal to Tom Magenau.
I, Jon Dedman, will my swimming pool to Carol Dwyer.
I, Donna DeVegIia, will my effervescence to Marge Cohen.
I, Joella Downs, will my love of horses to Ted Pallman.
I, Ann Eckhardt, will my volatile hair to Dolores Caccavale.
I, William Edwards, will my sharp hair cuts to Anthony Stoddard.
I, Richard Ewen, will my 4-H Blue Ribbons to Barbara J. Smith.
I, Wellington Ewen, will my grin to Don Tamaro.
I Mary Lou Fellows, will my petite nose to Jeanne Battista.
I, John Gervasoni, will my glow-icky pink shirts to Buddy Peterson.
I, Jim Giebler, will my California charm to Gus Hedlund.
I, Joe Gloria, will my enchanting smile to Ed Wiacek.
I Mary Jane Goodbye, will my love for a student teacher to Nancy Bodmer.
I, Larry Hackerman, will my wave to Billy Bilinski.
, Charles Harger, will the deviIish gleam in my eyes to Barbara Ostrander.
, Mary Ellen Harrison, will my coquettish ways to Garry Decko.
I, Ann Heavens, will my heavenly traits to Penny Langeler.
I, Marion Hill, will my blush to any unsuspecting iunior.
I, Walter Holbrook, will my bop step to Paul Mauro.
I, Carol Hughes, will my many boy friends to anyone in need.
I, Reid Kaplan, will my 564,000 vocabulary to George Clark.
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Ken Kehrer, will my football shoulders to Mike Rodell.
Richard Keller, will my love for the wild to Peter Leonard.
Warren Koepf, will a lock of my blond curly hair to Dick Atkins.
Brian Kuehn, will the word simple to Richard De Frank.
Larry Kuhn, will my movie proiectors to Jay Alpert.
Paul Lazay, will my lazay ways to Pat Richter.
Paul LeGoullon, will my excess hair to Ken Meyers.
Julia Loman, will my dimples to Judy DeMartino.
Judy Lord, will my sincerity to Sally Malec.
Vito Luciani, will my oodles of touchdowns to Joanne Fago.
Ralph Mallory, will my ability to clean ice to Stacey Huber.
Liz Mannel, will the book A Man Called Peter to Pete Brobeil.
Judy Mansfield, will my ioie de vie to Pasquale Carasone.
Pat Maxwell, will my cheering peppiness to Ruth Littlefield.
Marilyn Mildeberger, will my sophisticated ways to Sue Vaill.
Carolyn Miner, will my physics notes to Marie Maiorano.
Billy Murphy, will my crew cut wax to Ricky Sutfin.
Elise Nordin, will my Hanover lessons to Polly Cannon.
Betty Pater, will my ability to sing in the shower to Judy Steele.
Sue Perham, will my quietness to Lois Richey.
Ed Rappa, will my iob at Doc Whitney's to Don Ginter.
Lorraine Redente, will my dancing shoes to Sue Hoyt.
Joan Robinson, will my love for the hockey team to Martha Michaels.
Al Schlitter, will my Herman Pickus charge plate to Mr. Pastore.
Dorothy Schmidt, will my Schmite to Doreen Schmitt.
Marilyn Simpson, will my silver-blond tresses to Betsy Hall.
Michael Sirowich, will my athletic ability to Adolph Luciani.
Pat Sisk, will my flashy sport jacket to Mac Chatfield.
Judy Smith, will my helpfulness to John Brown.
Mary Anne Smith, will,Stanley to his sister, Doris Cameron, for safe-keeping.
Clifford Stowe, will my powder-blue bomb to Ed Stettbacker.
Alan Todd, will my autographed cast to Bobby Hitchcock.
Charles Tomlinson, will my sprained finger to Margit Demander.
Marie Troiano, will my Spanish accent to Pat Mead.
Judy Wainman, will my laugh to Debbie Benner.
Carol Wiacek, will my shorthand ability to Anna Jean Perrotti.
Barbara Wies, will my paintings to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
John Wilcox, will my ability to translate French to all future polyglots of Amity.
Mitzi Wilcox, will my flowered specs to Billy Susco.
Mariorie Williams, will my chatter to Priscilla Agnoli.
Rusty Williams, will my goalie guards to Mr. Dunleavy.
Judy Wolfe, will my Elvis Presley sneakers to Pete Tischer.
Joyce Yammarino, will my eyelash curler to Sandra Sachse.
Walter York, will my snap-jacks to Anamay Clark.
Judy Zemel, will my inebriated picture to Dave Tracy.
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-- BARBARA WIES
Student Council President, Ken Kehrer
Our Student Council is regarded as the highest
student organization in the school. Its obiectives
are to assist in providing co-operation and unity
among the students and faculty in all extra-curricu-
lar activities and to give everyone an opportunity
to share in school responsibility.
This year, the council has done a tremendous
job. It has carried out many proiects in order to meet
the needs of the school. Amity should be proud of
its Student Council.
However, this year could not have been suc-
cessful if it had not been for the exhaustive work of
the executive board, the initiative of the represent-
atives and alternates, the excellent guidance of the
faculty advisers, and the enthusiastic support of the
whole student body. I wish to take this opportunity
to thank every single person who has helped us
during the year.
SENIOR COUNCIL OFFICERS
Left to right are: Pat Richter, Recording Secretary: Penny Langeler,
Treasurer, KennethLKehrer, President, Andy Bishop, Vice-President: JUNIOR COUNCIL OFFICERS
and Marion Hill, Corresponding Secretary.
Lucy Langeler, President, and Judy Richter, Recording
This year the Student Council has been divided
into two councils: that of the Junior High and that
of the Senior High, which meet together once a
month on Tuesday. Mr. James Dunleavy and Mr.
Richard Johnson are in charge of the Senior Council,
while Mr. John Jennings has organized the Junior
Council, composed only of the Junior High Mem-
This year the Council has been very busy in
sponsoring the Curtis Magazine Drive, the Awards
Assembly, the E. I. B. guides, providing ushers and
refreshment workers at the Variety Show, and giv-
ing daily announcements over the public address
system. The Council also sponsored a Welcome
Dance, took charge of the election of officers in
the iunior wing, collected toys at Christmas for or-
phanages, established the student store, and took
charge of the Rasbach Photos. This year they sent
representatives to regional and state conferences,
wrote up their own constitution, and joined the
National Association of Student Councils. Hats off
to a fine organization which has continually worked
for the students of Amity.
Christmas Greetings - To Some Lucky Orphanage Via Amity!
Left to right, wrapping toys, are: Marion Hill, Ann Eckhardt, Pat Murphy, Linda De Laurentis, Pat Richter,
Sue Vaill, Donna DeVeglia, Martha Michaels, Ed Rappa, and Sue Hoyt.
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Pat Maxwell, Mary D'Auria, Judy Mansfield.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Another first for the Senior Class was the class play
which was held March 29th and 30th. The play Turn
Back The Clock is a hilarious story which proves that
the teenagers of the 1920's were no different from the
teens of today. Judy Wolfe aptly played Evie, the rad-
ical daughter of Mr. Uoe Glorialand Mrs. Uudy Wain-
manl Palmer, who drives her parents, especially her
father, to distraction. Evie's two boy friends, Charlie
Hill fDick Clareyl and Johnnie Stone CReid Kaplanl, prove
to be a source of hilarity throughout the play. Larry
Palmer CNed Buntonl and his sister Sally fMarion Hilll,
under a comic cover, tie this typical family of the era
together. Such characters as Maybelle Harrison CMary
Ellen Harrisonl, Irene lsherwood CBarbara Wiesl, Phyllis
McSorley QMary D'Aurial, Hilda the maid CDonna De-
Veglial, Barbara Bannister lPat Maxwelll, her brother,
Ollie fPat Siskl, and Slim Bascombe KDavid Dedrnanl add
to the comic scurry which was so vividly portrayed on
the Amity High School Stage.
Reid Kaplan, Judy Wolfe, Richard Clary.
SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE
The Senior Prom was held on Sat-
urday evening, May I8 in the school
gym. It was a thrilling climax to our
Seated: Donna DeVegIia, Mitzi Wilcox, and Mary-
Jane Goodby. Standing: Skip Clark, and Charles
Harger and James Giebler, Co-Chairman.
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Seated are: Donna DeVegIia, Judy Browne. Mitzi Wilcox QChairmanI, Judy Zemel, and
Standing: Dave Dedman, Julia Loman, Elise Nordin, and Charles Harger.
With the Christmas spirit came
Rudolph's Romp the winter dance
annually sponsored by the Senior
Class. The beat and bounce of Eddie
Wittstein and his orchestra and the
careful planning of Mitzi Wilcox
and her committee made it an en-
ioyable evening for all.
SENIOR CLASS NIGHT
One of the highlights of the Senior
year, Class Night, held on June 6,
proved to be a most enjoyable and hil-
arious evening for all.
This year the Athletic Association has
been busy establishing its constitution and
electing officers and new members. The
club has been in charge of hockey, football,
and basketball ticket sales, and has sold
iackets and gym bags in the association
store. Other duties have been to plan pep
rallies and award assemblies. Mr. James Ken-
nedy and Mr. John Podorski are the faculty
Left to right are: Dorothy Schmidt, Ann Eckhardt, David Dedman, Mary Ellen Harrison
and Judy Smith.
CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE
At a special meeting, the Senior class voted
unanimously that a trophy case would be their gift
to the school. Already there are trophies to be
placed in it-the football that was carried across
the goal by Bob Beardmore in Amity's first touch-
down during the I955 football season and the
hockey stick, signed by all the members of the
team, that was used by Russ Williams in Amity's
first at Providence. This case we hope will serve
its purpose in preserving all those treasures that
bring to mind the memorable events here at
Seated are: Duanne Daigle, Mary D'Auria, and Judy Browne.
Behind them are: Paul LeGoullon and Jon Dedman, Richard Cla
rey, Chairman of the committee, was not present for the picture
Left to right are: Richard Clarey, Fred Collenberg, Mr. James Kennedy Paul Lazay Ken
neth Kehrer, John Gervasoni, Mr. John Podorski, and Warren Koepf
First Row: E. Martin, R. Terrill, F. Cavallo, M. Kogan, J. Goetschg T. Grandbergs.
Second Row: B. Platts, D. Toothacher, P. Crocco, J. Hicks.
Third Row: F. Turner, J. Hogan, P. Hogan, R. Schlitter, W. Brigadir, R. Hogan.
This year the Photography Club with their director, Mr. Charles Dunning,
has been very active in taking pictures for the Amity Embers and for the other
school activities. The purpose of the club is to develop students into capable
photographers and to introduce interested but inexperienced pupils to the begin-
nings of printing, developing. and enlargements of photographs.
THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR LIBRARY CLUBS
On Wednesday and Thursday during the seventh period, the mem-
bers of the Junior and Senior Library Club are instructed by Miss Mary
Baker in the functioning of a well-managed library. Each girl is as-
signed to a certain section of the library in which she is to become
thoroughly acquainted, then, at a specific meeting, she is to report on
her study. ln addition to this, each member works at the desk one
period a week.
Both divisions of this club function primarily to accustom young
people with the procedures of a library.
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SAFETY EDUCATION CLUB
Members of the Safety Education Club,
under the direction of Mr. Franklin Ben-
oit, are instructed in forming good driv-
ing habits and a better understanding
of the Motor Vehicle Laws. They are also
in charge of a campaign to improve cort-
ridor behavior in our own school.
Seated are: Joan Moeller, Linda Anderson, Judy Smith,
Marilyn Simpson, Polly Cannon, Duanne Daigle, Ann
Eckhardt. Standing are: Robert Gervasoni, James Mel-
borne, Marge Williams, Judy Lord, Peter Fielding, and
Mr. Franklin Benoit,
ROD AND GUN CLUB
Under the direction of Mr. Carlton
Seybolt, many boys learn the fundamen-
tals of hunting and fishing, the proper
use of rifles and the bow and arrow, and
the art of fly casting and proper usage
of fishing rods. The boys are also aided
in planning fishing trips for weekends
Sitting: Chester Perrotti, Paul Horischak, Michael Sa'
lowski, and Larry Prostano. Standing: John Lambert,
Frank lanotti, and Michael Spodick.
First row, left to right: Brian McKinley, Dave Mudie, Ed Slater.
Second row, left to right: Thomas Gervasoni, Donald McKinley, Herman Rodell, Bill McFarland,
Third row: Carol Wiacek, John Cooke, Walter Brigadiar, Jim Potter, Bob Guy, Bill Seymour, Bob
Howard, Larry Kuhn, Ronnie Stronk, Gene Pfeiffer, Dave Young, Pete Kelley, Bill Monroe, Raymond
Rastowski, and Mr. Kenny.
As the movie producers of
Amity, members of the Audio-
Visual Club are becoming in-
creasingly popular with the stu-
dent body. The club's twenty-
eight members, ably supervised
by Mr. James Kenny, belong to
various sections according to in-
dividual interest. Acting as an-
nouncers at home games and
assemblies, and running educa-
tional films are but a few of
the club's numerous functions.
At the table are Bobby Esposito and David Williams.
Behind them ffirst rowl are: Tom Michell, Richard Bach-
elor, Peter Grabber, Tortila Grandbergs, Richard La-
russo, Caesar Perrotti, Pat lannuzzi, Richard Ciarleglio,
Steve Mongillo, Ronald Pepe, Charles Graves, Robert
Vandrone, Ernest Arnold, Eric Lassen, John Stillings,
and William Baskins.
In back Csecond rowj are: Dick Ryan, Steve Knup, Tim
Schmitt, Henry Torcellini, Herb Mudie, and Clifford
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THE HOMEMAKING CLUB
The Homemaking Club provides
girls in tenth, eleventh, and twelfth
grades with an enioyable yet in-
formative view ofthe art of modern
homemaking. Mrs. Sterling Cobb in-
structs these future housewives in
the necessary skills of sewing, cook-
ing, and even entertaining. Ana-
may Clark presides as President and
is assisted bythe Vice-President, Hel-
ene Redenbach. Betty Pater, as Sec-
retary, records the club's events
Those in the Chef's Club have ioined because they like to
cook, and because, of course, they like to eat. The officers are:
President, Bob Esposito, Vice-President, Charlie Graves, Secretary,
Herb Mudie, and Treasurer, Tom Michell. At the beginning of
the year, the group pondered over what would be the best eat-
ing. Taking top honors were desserts, such as pies, cakes, and
e'clairs. Also rating high were the Italian dishes, as rich apizza.
But the boys are not selfish in their proiects. They often served
coffee and snacks to the teachers on Thursday. The climax of
the club's year came in the late spring, when they cooked a
turkey dinner with all the trimmings . The boys are first given
a demonstration by Mrs. William Baskin, who has made most of
their experience possible. She then steps aside and lets the chefs
go to work!
Cut! Every week on Thursday and Fri-
day, the Junior and Senior Drama Clubs
meet with Mr. Sheldon Rose, supervisor. The
purpose ot the club is to enlighten young
people of the procedures and aspects in the
field of dramatics,
In the past spring, the play Curtain Go-
ing Up was presented by the combined
forces of the Junior and Senior groups.
JUNIOR DRAMA CLUB
SENIOR DRAMA CLUB
First row: Lois Loman, Dusty Gustafson, Kathy Schlitter, Lynne Peterson, Virginia Sphar,
Janet Smith, Mary Rose Sisk.
Second row: Judy Frank, Theodora Moore, Sue Whitlock, Betty Cristiano, Dorothy
O'Mara, Sharon O'Brasky.
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Left to right are Claire Sheahan, Ted O'Connor, Mrs. Bendall, Pat Richter, Judy Richter, Sally Malec, Dave
Tracy, Dolores Caccavale, and Debby Benner
The goal of the twenty members of the Debating Club is to improve the pre-
sentation of their ideas, to better speech habits, and to cultivate a genuine
interest in foreign and domestic affairs. With Mrs. Kent Bendall as supervisor,
the various activities the group has planned are: a bulletin board, and assembly,
and a debate with Hillhouse High School in March, 1957.
The officers are William Brooks, President, and Nancy De Felice, Secretary.
The group expresses its welcome to all who wish to attend the meetings.
Left to right are: Mary Ann Smith, Dorothy O'Mara, Miss Havrda,
Linda Anderson, and Joan Moeller.
The Amity Handbook was again organized
this year under the sponsorship of Miss Barbara
Havrda. The primary purpose of this club is to
provide veteran as well newly enrolled students
with an informative account of active clubs and
organizations in our school, the rules and regula-
tions governing the student body, and the correct
attitudes Amity students should have toward their
numerous responsibilities. Linda Anderson and
Joan Moeller, both sophomores, are the enthu-
siastic Co-Editors of the i956-57 edition of the
Under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth De
Vane, and Miss Oma Ross, the French Club meets
once each month to enioy such things as movies,
a trip to the United Nations Building, caroling
around the school, and giving French plays and
skits. The purpose of the club is to learn and
understand better both the language and the
culture of modern France. This year's officers are:
President, Martha Merselis, and Secretary-Treas-
urer, Ruth Alcorn.
First row, seated, are: Lynne Ber-
neike, Ruth Alcorn, Barbara Trolin,
Bonita Scalese, and Elizabeth Keeler,
Second row are: Miss Elizabeth De-
Vane, Martha Trull, Virginia Linden-
muth, Joan Montgomery, Janet Sho-
ene, and Teresa Perrotti.
Last row: Pamela Landerville, Susan
White, Karen Keenan, Janet Sey-
mour, Martha Merselis, and Marilyn
OIL PAINTING CLUB
Under the able direction of the faculty ad-
viser, Mr. Eugene Waleski, the Oil Painting Club
is operating successfully in its second year. It is
this fine student organization which promotes
interest in oil painting in our school. Two princi-
pal exhibitions of the club's achievements were
held this year. A trip to the Yale Art Gallery
and to the Antheneum trip to Hartford were
among the outside activities of the club. Each
week the seventeen members meet to discuss tech-
niques of oil painting and to make plans for fu-
ture visits to art institutions.
Left to right are: Mr. Waleski, Susan Grabber, Eileen Kilian, Amy Dickgiesser, Margaret Dilzer, Giacinta Stor-
Iazzi, Bill Dammling, Carolyn Tetsloff, Margaret Parker, Mary Ann Warner, and Claire Sheahan,
S.P.Q.R. is the motto of the
atin Club which was organized
ty Miss Mary Faith Dargan. Stim-
lating an interest in the classics
nd furnishing an opportunity to
Il to learn about Roman civili-
ation are the prime obiectives
f this organization. This year
we Latin Club was given a lec-
Jre by Miss Anita Flannigan, a
oted Classicist. ln addition, the
lub celebrates Roman holidays,
nd makes reports on Roman cus-
Jms, ways of life, and myths.
ast spring the members attend-
d the Junior Classical League
E, Habla usted espanol? Every Friday afternoon
the Spanish Club meets with its supervisor, Miss
Louise Simone, to further their knowledge of
Spanish influence. The activities this year of the
group have included films, a Christmas party,
and a trip to a Spanish institution in the spring.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS
Sitting: Priscilla Agnoli, Treasurer, Ann Eckhardt, President, Penny
Chamberlain, Corresponding Secretary.
Standing: Sandra Saches, Recording Secretary, Judy Wainman,
LATIN CLUB OFFICERS
Left to right are: Sue Perham, Consul, Sue Vaill, Consul, Pat Mur-
phy, Scriba, and Linda DeLaurentis, Quaestor.
Check-mate! Every Friday af-
ternoon, Mr. Rocco Orlando refer-
ees the thirty-two members of the
Chess Club who range in ability
from beginner to pro , The group
has planned this past year to hold
With the arrival of Mr. Williams,
a ukelele enthusiast, the Ukelele
Club was formed of Junior High
Students with an interest in play-
ing and singing to their ukelele
accompaniment. They started by
learning the chords and different
strokes. They began playing pieces
and, in general, having an enioy-
able session while learning a skill
that will provide them with a means
of fun for the rest of their lives.
The chief objective of the Radio Club,
headed by Mr. George Metz, is to pro-
vide an opportunity for boys with a com-
mon interest in radio to discuss, practice,
and experiment with various electronic
devices and circuits. Much of the time
is devoted to perfecting technique in
sending and receiving Morse Code. It
is hoped that a school-owned ham radio
station may be developed in the near
Sitting: Richard Ward, George Terris, William Ostrow-
Standing: Raymond Rostowsky, William Monroe, Theo-
dore Tickell, Richard Hare.
The Trident, this year, took on a new form,
having gone to the printer instead of the mime-
ograph. Under the guidance of Miss Rita lvarson
and Mr. David Maier, the staff of thirty-five news
reporters keeps the students and faculty up to
date on activities, news events, present fads, and
local gossip. Paul Kosha is the present Editor,
David Nordin, the Assistant-Editor, and Elizabeth
Eaton, the Business Editor.
Left to right are: Dave Nordin,
Paul Kosha, and Elizabeth Eaton.
THE AMITY SPOTLIGHT
This year the school's literary magazine, the
Spotlight, under the direction of Mr. Edward
Cull and Mr. Matthew Coyle, published two is-
sues, the Winter and Spring Editions. May there
Sitting: Debbie Benner, Sue Vaill, Pen
ney Langeler, Pat Richter, Barbara M.
Smith. Standing: John Bell, Lucy Lange-
ler, Elizabeth Eaton.
be many more to come! The staff members of
this year's magazine are: Editor, Margaret Lan-
geler, Assistant Editor, Susan Vaill, Business Editor,
Barbara M. Smith, Assistant Business Editor, Patri-
cia Richter, Production Editor, Doris Benner, Assist-
ant Production Editor, Elizabeth Pike, Art Editor
John Bell, and Assistant Art Editor, Lucy Langeler.
Sitting: Donna Miner, Carol Drazen. Second Row: Barbara Trolin, Susan White, Jay Steffenhagen. Third Row:
Miss DeVane, Karen Keehan, Larry Regan, Bobby Esposito.
A new club this year, the Arts Club, was formed by Miss Elizabeth DeVane.
This organiaztion meets three times a month in the promotion of interest and ap-
preciation tor cultural arts. Presiding over the group is Donna Miner, President,
who is assisted by Larry Regan, Vice-President. Carol Drazen is the club's acting
Viewing their homemade incubator
are Cobina Webster, Mr. Milford
Deprey, and Lynne Bradley.
SCIENCE PROJ ECTS
Left to right: Mr. William Wright,
Richard Merkel, Dave Nordin, and
With Mr. Milford Duprey, Mr. William
Wright, Mrs. John Henning, and Mr.
Thomas Hughes as faculty advisers, Sci-
ence Proiects and Research was organized
to provide laboratories and supervision
for students interested in this topic. These
budding scientists work out their own
proiect and research ideas. Because there
is no set membership, the group is not
officially a club-only interest and an
ability to work are the necessary require-
Standing about their proiect are: Jim Ostrander, Bill Seymoi
and Paul Hilcoff.
As an aid to public welfare, the Junior and Senior Red Cross
organizations were formed by Mrs. Cornelius Shanley and Miss
Elizabeth Luk. The members, girls in the eight, ninth, and tenth
grades, provide entertainment and community service to veterans
and crippled children. Helen Redenbach and Barbara Lesniak are
the leaders ot the group this year.
RED CROSS SPONSORS
Helene Redenbach and Barbara Lesniak.
For the many stamp collectors, Mr. William Wright has organized the Stamp
Club for Junior High Boys with an interest in collecting and trading both United
States and foreign stamps. Their activities include seeing tilmstrips, trading among
themselves, preparing exhibits for the school, a booth at the P.T.A. Fair, and hav-
ing guest speakers talk to them. They meet once every other week and exhibit
their collections which they have been working on for five or six years.
Left to right, first row Cbottomjz Barbara M. Smith, Dolores Caccavale, Brad Geisler, Phil Arnold, Don Clark,
Sue Vaill, and Marilyn Mildeberger.
Second row: Theodora Moore, John Bell, Judy Steele, Sue Hoyt, Linda Stearns, and Marie Troiano.
Third row: Sally Malec, Sue Austin, Polly Cannon, Penny Langeler, and Sue Perham.
Fourth row: Jo Ann Fago, Cobina Webster, Pat Richter, Mary Ellen Harrison, and Debbie Benner.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Highlights of the Christmas Concert
Mr. Peterson's A Cappella Choir
has made a successful comeback in
its second year of performing. The
purpose of the Choir is not stage
appearance alone, but also for
music appreciation periods and lec-
tures which uncover the vast and
wondrous field of music. The Choir
sang with tremendous audience ap-
preciation at the first Amity PTA
meeting in the fall and at the Lion's
Variety Show. Among other per-
formances throughout their year
were the Christmas Concert, the
Spring Concert, and at the Gradu-
ation Exercises. They also attended
the Audition Festival in the spring.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Organized in I955, the Girls' Glee Club novv
boasts of approximately sixty members. These
girls, directed by Mr. Peterson, have combined
work with pleasure in presenting various mus-
ical numbers for school activities.
JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR
Mr. Peterson ably directs the Junior High
Choir, which is composed of the Boys' and Girls'
Glee Clubs, meeting separately on Tuesday and
Wednesday. They join forces to practice together
on Friday. Their performances this year were in
the Christmas Concert, and the Spring Concert.
They also attended the Audition Festival at Derby
BAND - ORCHESTRA
During the first year of Amity, instructor Phillip D'Agostino organized a
symphony orchestra which gave its first concert at the Bethany Community School
in the spring of 1956.
Separation into band and orchestra came during the next fall. A concert of
great success was held at Christmas and this led to attendance at the Band Fes-
tival held at the University of Connecticut.
Last year Mr. Sherman Krane took over instruction. With money made by
the Lion's Club Variety Show, uniforms were bought.
Soon a tour will be made of the B. O. W. grammar schools to promote inter-
est among the future students at Amity.
GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB
One of the newer and more popular of the
clubs is the Girls' Leaders Club which was organ-
ized this fall by Mrs. Lawson and Miss Mercer.
The club functions primarily as a workshop. Its
purposes are to develop athletic skills, teaching
to officiate various sports, to help provide indi-
vidual instruction in the large gym classes,
develop leadership characteristics, increase the
safety element in classes, and most important of
all, to promote the organization and officiations
of intra-mural activities.
A-M-l-T-Y is the cry usually heard when the
Pep Club, under the supervision of Mr. Eloi
Daigle, meets and practices for the coming ath-
letic events. lt is composed of girls from grades
seven, eight, and nine who want to learn the
fundamentals of cheerleading. The main function
of the club is to develop school spirit and to lend
support to the cheerleaders at the various sports
Left to right, first row: Kathy Schlitter,
Lynne Peterson, Judy Alpert, Margi Co-
hen, and Julie Dawson.
Second row: Anna Radwany, Mattie
Champagne, Polly Cannon, Sue Hoyt,
Sue Austin, Dolores Caccavale.
Third row: Barbara M. Smith, Sue Vaill,
Debbie Benner, Dusty Gustafson, Jane
Lunde, and Jackie Champagne.
Last row: Nancy Hungerford, Sue Wiers-
man, Helen Putzel, Sue Gibbs.
Left To right are: Mr. Robert Dunnp Ken Kehrer, First
Prizeg Judy Wainrnan, Second Prizeg Sue Vaill, Third
Prizeg Sell i '
ey Malec also Thnrd Priz
, eg and Mr. Chris
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saw many hard-fought battles on the gridiron.
Although the record was only 2 wins against 5 losses
the team was as impressive in defeat as they were in
victory. ln several of the games they far surpassed their
victorious opponents in yards gained, first downs and in
most of the categories in which the winning team usu-
Vito Luciani, the Captain, let the team in scoring with
5 touchdowns, scoring the first touchdown of the cam-
paign and the second in the history of the school. This
occurred on a pass from senior fullback Mike Sirowich in
the first game against North Haven, a play which covered
77 yards in all.
The next week, Amity played host to Griswold, a
game which resulted in a loss for the determined but
out-gunned Golden Bear.
Amity and St. Mary's met at East Rock Park, where
the Golden Bear bowed again O-6. The play of the defen-
sive team was outstanding however.
The team and the cheerleaders took a fairly long trip
to Central Falls where they met Plainfield High. Both the
cheerleaders and the few spectators witnessed Amity's
4th loss of the season. However, Amity's total yardage
was twice that of the opponent. Again Captain Luciani
scored the touchdown, with the final score 12-13. Out-
standing defensemen of the game were Ken Cunningham
and Ken Luciani.
The first win of the season, long overdue, was the
first in the short history of the school. This game was
played against Cheshire High at Cheshire. The entire team
played precision ball, both offensively and defensely.
First Row: P. Fielding, G. Graham, K. Hunt, J. Claffey, S. Coppola,
R. Mondo, F. Annicelli, D. Kehrer, T. Smith, D. Tracy.
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Luciani, J. Valentine, J. Gervasoni, R. Manly, K. Luciani, J. DeRosa, H.
Bruno, A. Luciani.
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quist, R. Keller, M. Sirowich, G. Decko. B. Kuehn, J. Gloria, R. Durley,
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Right from the opening face-off, this year's
hockey team proved to be a contender in the Dis-
trict Hockey League. After only a few short prac-
tices they plunged into the Jamboree and came ont
in second place with three wins and one loss, that
to mighty Hamden.
Coach Dunleavy says, The way to win is to
skate and play your hearts out all the time, and
especially to stay out of the penalty box.
With Rusty Williams in the nets, two strong
and able defensemen, Co-captain Mac Chatfield
and Paul Lazay, and back-checking lines, goals
scored against Amity have been kept at a very
low minimum. On the other hand, the scoring
potential of the lines and the defense was excep-
tionally high. Co-captain Jerry Couden was the
leading play maker while Charles Harger had led
the scoring department, including two hat tricks .
Both defensemen have good hard shots and inev-
itably their long blue line ones were the best.
Playing good hard hockey seems to be the
key to success for Amity's hockey team as they
fully realized their greatest desire . . . to go to
Providence for the New England High School
Hockey Tournament. In District League play they
ended up in second place with a 5-2-l record,
good enough to fulfill their desire. In total play
they had a creditable 7-3-l record.
Jim Claffey, Jerry Couden
Paul Mauro, Vito Luciani,
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First row: Jim Claffey, Charles Harger, Jerry Couden, Rusty Williams, Mac Chatfield, Paul Lazay
Second row: Tim Vaill, manager, Allan Todd, manager, Cliff Lockyer, Ken Luciani, Vito Luciani Frank
Annicelli, John Whanquist, Alex Volpe, manager, and Mr. James Dunleavy, coach,
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First row: J. Sills, M. Sirowich, A. Clark, S. Boyle H Peterson D Dedma
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Second row: J. Halpin Qcoachl, A. Schlitter, J. Brown, P. Lockwood, T. Magenau, K
e 1956-57 season saw the Spartans win their first cage
victory in the school's short history-a 48-43 decision over Eli
Wh't .Th ' ' ' '
1 ney e steady fans were repaid with many thrilling games,
particularly the twin successes against Cheshire and a rev
victory over Shelton. In spite of inexperienced and opposing
t h . . .
eams t e Amity five managed to rack up a very creditable 7-10
won-lost record, a decided im rovem t
p en over last year's O-8
record. As far as we can see it was a good season with tangible
results to show for sincere efforts of all concerned. Mr. Halpin
put every talent at his disposal into the building of his team
wlt out whose guidance it is certain that things would have been
much worse in the scoring columns.
Although many of the squad will be graduating with the
team losing such fine basketeers as Captain Ski Clla k D
p r , ave
Dedman, Steve Boyle, Al Schlitter and Mike Sirowich, the out-
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ook for next season isnt at all dim Ken Meyer and Joe Sills th
season's top scorers will return as well as Bud Peterson, Tom Mag-
en J h ' '
au, o n Brown and Paul Lockwood. In addition there will be
much good talent coming up from Jack William's Jay Vee 5,
which k d -
mar e a successful IO 7 season.
., 30 - Shelton ,. 42
. . 48 - Eli Whitney 43
. 62 - Lyman Hall 57
,. 58 - Faculty 60
, 59 - Cheshire . 51
. 67 - Kaynor Tech , 24
,. 46 - North Haven .. 48
55 e Branford .,..,...102
47 - Eli Whitney 59
56 - Derby .. 65
A 42 - Derby 43
37 - Cheshire 27
58 - Kaynor Tech. .. 37
..,. 44 - St. Mary's 37
,. 54 - North Haven .57
,rr,. 41 - Shelton ....r .... . 37
, ...r,....r 41 - St. Mary's ,..... 70
.. 60 - Branford 71
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JUNlOR VARSITY TEAM
First row: R. Muratori, S. Olin, A. Luciani, J. Logan, G. Hedlund
Second row: J. Williams, S. Coppola, F. Ledowitz, S. Huber, H
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Off to a flying start
Under the coaching of John Podorski, a former Olympic swimmer, the Amity
swimming team has made the transition from underdogs to champions in one short
year. All opposition in class B was decisively broken by the Amity Mermen.
As there is no official class B swimming championship Amity has won this
honor by virtue of having beaten every class B school in the State.
In overall competition Amity has the distinction of finishing 3rd in total
scoring for all classes.
Ten records in all have fallen before the powerful Amity swimmers. These
record-breaking events were led by Captain Jim Giebler's time of 20.7 in the 40
yard freetyle in the first meet. After the ice was broken, record times were es-
tablished again and again, there were four new record times.
Although swimming is not a spectator sport and is very little publicized,
our team has drawn and interested an large number of enthusiastic and proud
Amity M 29 - Hopkins ...,. .
Amity ., 43 - E. Haven
Amity ., 37 - Cross ....,.... .
Amity ,. 26 - W. Harding..
Amity .. 56 - Wilson ....,., .
Amity ,. 42 - Norwalk ..,.. .
Amity .. 42 - Middletown
Captain, Jim Giebler 88
Farst Row Walter Holbrook Allan Holbrook Steve Rosen Bob Howard, Fred Collenberg, Jay Alpert.
Second Row Jlm Guebler Bell Bllmske Don Gunter Rnch Atkins, Graig Dedman, John Podorski ICoachJ, John
RECORD SWIMMING TIMES
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I6O yd.-Free Relay-Collenberg-I128.7-Cross
Ken Kehrer-154 Cschool recordl,
Ken Kehrerf345 Cschool recordl,
Representatives to the State Tournament
I. Dick Kehrer 3. John Bell
2. Ernie Grabber
J. Bell, W. York, K. Kehrer, R. Cozzlino, E. Grabbe
Carasone, R. Kehrer, J. Podorski.
Hampered by inexperience, the Amity bowling team never-
theless showed fine form throughout the season. Special mention
goes to Capt. Ken Kehrer, one of the highest scorers in the league
and also to John Bell, Ernie Grabber, and Dick Kehrer, who, al-
though novices to organized bowling competition, have been re-
sponsible to a large extent for the success of the team so far.
High scoring honors go to Ken Kehrer with the high game
Amity's golf team, finishing a creditable 1956 season, re
turns shortly to the rolling lawns of local clubs. As the golf season
give any results. However, on the basis of last year's record and
the fact that all the lettermen are returning this year with a-season
of experience under their belts, we feel that the oncoming round
of matches promise to be highly successful.
One of the highlights of the 1956 matches was the excep-
tionly fine score of 79 made by Captain Art Decko, who comes
of 154 and the high 3 games with 345.
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from an especially fine family of expert golfers.
It is confidentially felt that'this year's team will live up to the
trust that the student body placed in them.
90 J. Wydra, S. Rosen, P. Fielding, Captain, A. Decko, R. Gill, E.
Wiacek, D. Dedman, M. Coyle.
1956 GOLF RECORD
Amity 0 - Cross ...,...,..., 6
Amity 3 - Hamden ........ 3
Amity AVQ- Hillhouse .,... .. IV2
Amity 6 - N. Haven .,.,., O
Amity 3 - Notre Dame.. 3
Amity IV2- Cross .............. IV2
Amity 2 - Hamden .,...... 4
Amity 5 - N. Haven ...... I
Amity 4 - Notre Dame .. 2
Amity I - Hopkins ....,.,. 5
District League Record
Individual Low Score
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First row: Annaiean Perrotti, Barbara Jean Smith, Pat
Maxwell, Ann Eckharclt, and Barbara Ostrander.
Second row: Carol Dwyer, Ruth Littlefield, Dot Schmidt,
Margit Demander, Polly Cannon, and Mary Ellen
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Because of the never-ending support of the ,, ' ,,1'
Iheerleaders, the teams of Amity have been V
spurred on to many victories. Under the leader-
ship of Captain, Pat Maxwell, the girls have
earned many new cheers and have created much
enthusiasm and school spirit among the student
Jody. This year, for the first time, Amity's J.V.
Jasketball team was enthusiastically supported
my the newly formed Junior Varsity Cheerleaders.
lhe faculty advisers are Miss Emily Mercer and
Vlrs. David Lawson.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
First row: Anna Volpe, Anita Sirowich, Lynne Peterson,
Kathy Schlitter, Joan Russo.
Second row: Judy Alpert, Milly Vozza, Co-Captain,
Linda Sposa, Captaing Joan Dwyer, Carmela Criscolo.
Getting individual instruction from Mrs. David
Lawson ltar leftl are Sue Clark and Dolores Cac-
First row, left to right: Betty Mannel,
Betsy Hall, Barbara J. Smith, Nancy Ril-
ance, and Sally Malec.
Second row: Mattie Champagne, Polly
Cannon, Sue Hoyt, and Jane Knowlton.
Third row: Barbara M. Smith, Debbie
Benner, Jackie Champagne, Sue Gibbs,
and Lee Ringenberg.
Fourth row: Nancy Hungerford, Sue
Weirsman, Carol Todd, Judy Durley.
ALL STAR BASKETBALL TEAM
First row: Jane Seybolt, Ann Heavens, Annamay Clark, Kathy
Hill, Jane Lundy, Judy Alpert.
Second row: Pat Mead, Natalie Johnson, Carol Todd, Dorothy
Hyde, Loretta Clini, Barbara Gibbs, Judy Hoppe.
GIRLS' PLAY DAY
Planned and carried out by the Girls' Leaders
Club, the Sport's Day on February 6 was very
successful. The girls participating were Anamay
Clark, Jacky Champagne, Mattie Champagne,
Jane Lunde, Natalie Johnson, Judy Hoppe, Susan
Wiersman, Nancy Hungerford, Kathy Hill, and
Carol Todd. lntermural Athletic Conference Em-
blem Awards were made to Amity, the winning
team. Refreshments were also served
At the Basketball Play Day in March, eight
schools, all C.l.A.C. members participated at Am-
ity. Early in the spring, at other schools, Amity
girls took part in an Archery Play Day, and later
that season in a Softball Sports Day.
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Second row: Mattie Champagne,
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Sue Weirsman. Standing: Helen Put-
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Julie Andrews, Mrs. David Lawson,
Barbara Gibbs, Judy Hoppe, Carol
Todd, Jane Lundy.
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TRANSLATICJNS FROM THE SENICJRS
by Barbara Wies
ln recent months, some popular women's magazine has had a series of short
articles called Translations from the Husband, Wife, etc. This is, therefore, dedi-
cated to Mr. Tindall, who knows, and all uninitiated faculty who may follow him
or have the rare privilege of associating with the god-like creatures fondly know
What they say . . .
1. Visual aids
2. Gyp sheets
3 Mr. T, can I get a drink?
4. Mr. T, l have to work on the yearbook!
5. We had a late rehearsal.
6. l didn't understand that part.
7. Which words? You didn't tell us!
8. May I have a pass to the nurse?
9. l don't need a pass!
10. lt's cough drops, Mr. T.
11. Repeat that question?
12. l lost my place!
13. Oh, Mr. T., let me move over near you!
What they mean . . .
Small auxillaries used chiefly as references
My steady is in the hall.
l didn't do my English!
See 41:4 I
l didn't read it.
l forgot to study my vocab!
We have a test next period.
I'm not going there anyway.
My last piece of gum.
Psst, quick someone, the answer!
And my chemistry's almost finished.
He keeps staring and I don't like him.
My book's in my locker!
May I have the Iav pass?
May I go to my locker?
That wasn't me.
Can we go to lunch early?
Mr. T., didn't he write any other poems?
Play rehearsal! Bye!
I only asked which page.
I dropped my books.
Mr. Tindall, I couldn't do it last night!
We know this already!
This is simple!
Mr. T, we love you!
Well, I tried, but I couldn't find the answer.
What is this, an act or what?
But I know my lines!
Need any help?
But I have to talk to her, it's important!
So is my lunch.
I have to eat this sandwich before I starve!
Wait till I swallow this last bite.
He's outside, waiting.
My citizenship is bad enough!
I want to beat her to that cherry pie!
Stall him, so we won't have a quiz.
l'm not in this act, but he is!
And she wore the most awful dress, Marion
We were discussing Friday night.
We went to Paul's for coffee and then we went
parking and I didn't get home until II!
And we don't like it!
No homework, please, we have sorority!
No homework this weekend!
I didn't do my homework!
Don't call on me, how would I know?
I just got nervous and forgot them. '
Get me out of my next class!
They might even break up, after I tell her what
he said when . . .
B st of our problems ore over
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Pleasant View Servicenter, Ken Schock
Amity Road, Bethany
Racebrook Quality Foods
Racebrook Road, Orange
Russ Rega's Accordian 81 Piano School
23 Church St., New Haven, MA 4-3428
Mr. 81 Mrs. Herbert Schmidt
822 Woodruff Road, Orange, Conn.
N 8. B Sosensky, 246 Dixwell Ave., New Haven
Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Stoddard
Hickory Road, Woodbridge
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Sheahan
Wepawaug Road, Woodbridge
Tastee Freez, Boston Post Road, Orange
The Trolins, Wepawaug Rd., Woodbridge
Vosburgh Co., Inc.
614 'Campbell Ave., West Haven
The Watch Case, 186 Orange St., New Haven
West Haven Rug Co.
Boston Post Road, West Haven
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