Andrew Warde High School - Flame Yearbook (Fairfield, CT)

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In the first two years, because of double sessions at Roger Ludlowe, we left our first alma ma- ter as the street lights went on, and then for a year we became used to start- ing out for school as the street lights went off. ln our iunior year, after three years of growing friendships, it became evi- dent that the "new high school" would be com- pleted shortly, and con- sequently, in September, 1956, those of us from the eastern section of town found ourselves in a new, still-to-be-completed school, adiusting to the idea of two high schools in Fairfield and faced with a completely new plan for secondary edu- cation, the House Plan. This House Plan was de- vised by the teachers and administrators in Fairfield to provide for us a more satisfactory means of edu- cation in two large high schools. ln any large school it is difficult for one of us to become well ac- quainted with all his teachers as well as with all his classmates. 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So hopeful were we for our 1954 varsity bas- ketball team that we felt no sorrow in cancelling the traditional Sweetheart Swing in favor of cheering our team on to victory in Boston, and we were not disappointed. It was a wonderful year and a once-in-a-life-time experience. The Junior year found us attending school in the morning. This was a year of great mo- mentum. Under the leadership of Joe Renaud, president, Bruce MacGregor, vice president, Judy Brown, secretary, and Carol Terebesi, treasurer, we accelerated our fund raising which was to see us through our senior year expenses. The sale of book covers and beanies was our first proiect. For the first time canteens were instituted to follow our home basketball games. Our class, some members as partici- pants and others as spectators, enioyed the Komian play, Our Miss Brooks and the Thespian play, Time Out For Ginger. A few of our class- mates, having completed the membership re- quisites, were thereupon inducted into the Na- tional Thespian Society. This, too, was the year for recognitions of academic achievement. Many of us achieved the honor of forming the Daisy Chainhand ushering at graduation exercises. Still greater honor was bestowed upon Barbara Hartt, Joan Ringelheim, Judy Brown, Faith Bunker, Anne Sostowski, Judy Semple, Emil Frankel, Charles Chotkowski, Susan Sheatsley, and Warren Mun- kasy in being elected to 'the National Honor Society. Warren Munkasy brought further credit to the class by being chosen to go abroad by the National Association of Student Councils. C ASS Eager, yet apprehensive, we entered the doors of Roger Ludlowe High School four years ago to begin our high school career. We were fresh out of pigtails and knee pants, but we were determined not to show anyone - we could find Roger's Pool alone without the di- rections or aid of the sophomores, who also attended the afternoon session. Fall passed quickly and winter was met by flying snow, which caused the postponement of our Get-Acquainted Dance. Nevertheless, friendships budded and flourished and the Freshman class united under the elected leader- ship of Carol Terebesi, president, Emil Frankel, vice president, Gail MacLeod, secretary, and Rudy Penczer, treasurer. Pride swelled within us when we witnessed the performances of our talented classmates in the Father's Club Show, and the fine acting endeavors of Charles Chotkowski and Bev Ko- vacs in our Freshman-Sophomore Play. A Freshman field trip to the United Nations afforded us great pleasure and enlightenment, as well as sore feet and armloads of souvenirs. The months following passed quickly, and June found us shaking off our first high' school exams to close a very happy year. Knowing all the angles and answers, we returned as veteran sophomores, confident of our place in our school. The election of soph- omore class officers, Emil Frankel, president, Judy Brown, vice president, Judy Olton, secre- tary, and Bruce MacGregor, treasurer, showed that there would be nothing but the best in store for our class. This was to be a year of great accom- plishments. Roars of laughter were heard at the successful performance of our Sophomore play, She Laughs Last. Joan Ringelheim won Casually posed during rehearsal break of the Sophomore play are acting talents Barbara Greenspun, Joan Ringelhein, Liz Lawless, Peggy Snyder, Peggy French, Barbara Plotkin, Gail Goulding, Wanda Severa and Sandy Shapiro. HI TGRY Enhancing the prom receiving line are Joe Renaud, Gail Macleod, Joe Spisak, Carol Terebesi, Bruce MacGregor and Judy Wittenberg. N The Junior formed Daisy Chain handsomely framed the graduating picture. All the months of preparation for and anticipation of our Junior Prom were not in vain. Our prom with its theme, "The Loveliest Night of the Year", did not belie the name chosen for it. ' During this year our class faced the challenge of our high school years with the knowledge that eventually we would be separated into two groups to attend two high schools. And so we entered Andrew Warde with mixed emotions, a confidence of future success and a sadness at leaving Ludlowe. We realize the tremendous responsibility before us, the responsibility that comes with being the first graduating class in -a new school. It was our task to set up the traditions that would distinguish our school from all others. On our shoulders lay the burden of being school leaders. Now as seniors, the underclassmen will look up to us for guidance in the same way that we had once looked up to the seniors at Ludlowe. With the memories of shared experiences cementing together the friendships which we enjoyed for three years, we looked forward to our senior year which is repro- duced in the following pages. Senior officers: Bev Reed, Emil Frankel, Bev Kovacs, and Lou Broderson. 9 CLASS FLIRTS Barladru Angus Jack Snlik l I CLASS ARTISTS E George Smiih 'A Caryl Demarest "' - ' . -1 be ---L f S 4S A ' I Q t T. ' T :MVK I- H ww, , iff .T fi K . , 1-if ,J v-rm,.,Q.,-' V ' ' 1 X . f 26 TALENTED TOES JJ Gina Clark l.ew Yurdin . . T li 'l 13 .2 BEST LOOKING Lou Braderson Arlene Magi BIGGEST BLUSHERS J" lwfs. if KSM-ffffy? gf: we-:.Qffz Par Branas ' if " ll i5'5fg3Ql' " 'al Jerry Zaczek E " '.5f:1"', .--::v:,- M 1' .-55512301 .. :G:l"' iw ' 5-s.'.r-fiii' E1:sX:9TEff'W:' am ig a , B will 5 E' gy I , .4 l CLASS ACTRESS AND ACTOR Q Ii Gayle Griffin Lou Cepero 'I J Vx CLASS DREAMERS John Dillmun Betsy Hun! NWN WX W -., . .?,. i CLASS DEBATERS Mcrylin Zimmer Charlie Chotkowski xx X X f f- X X ' iff' Y X A .1 " f L , WOMAN HATER AND MAN HATER Bob Biebel Barbara Greenspun MOST SOPHISTICATED Sue Zaur Lou Cepero ' cLAss sooxwonms m:msw.- H -'I a churn. chofkwu . ,E m A4 ig, 'Q Anne Sosfowskl E - : ' ' 'S fC?2s3E" "' i 5i4 ---1: 1 " W ' 'P N' ' fi: sz " 1 5 1 f .. vrf, i'27vq,.4,5E.,.E:'... , J ,. I P' Msg? 13 , 4. 1: 5 . Zi H5 is J I 1 Q.. if 1 M K ,f ' Url Y , my 1 KZ X p JY IM' im' X 4 , 1 ,fgmm w it z ' MS E K I' withal? Mil 1, 'l55!k,iL 153 F rm ' ? jj HAPPY-GO-LUCKY -'1' ,P v"" A-.': f f r , is YH Wfm 1 'N igga' ,, 'fl-fv -."?f:f.-'t-1, Jn... J -nw. .ul ns. . ,I B lmtgkm 5 CLASS f s ' 9 , 4535? ,L X ', y',1?. . ,ZW , ml X. A A 4 v ns Q gm: Q CLASS BORROWER Kny Gilligan Bob Biebel X. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED . .. Emil Frankel Joan Ringelheim Q.. : I ff figf'-'W " ,r -'- fx ,. bw.. si, ,v,,, . eff vi 1 ' ' 'Lu KS :ifiiiiifa ' I , fig ww me im s ul My ,.L,,.,r . V,- m.,g,. W M, .rx ,.gr ' '?mf29+f'Jf5f?f .. 5 W ...,, M, ., K g K 4 f Sw 1 ix I J Q! 'S QL Q ' 5 -S V 4 ,, 'Si I .l,. I : ,,g,.. 3 , 'K , 5 :fag we fkymf. 4 Q P .5 Wir X I QUIETEST NOISIEST Barbara Rudolph . Ken Mumma Bill Hanford Shirli Alexander x fwi-fi? we s?2E:r- L1 , 'i m ir r 3 2 ' ' ' 5495? ' SLE N mi.-A r ' gicetxsfggm f x 55' ' r m '9 3 sw 5 1' ' ., EEST-IDRESSED CLASS HOMEMAKER AND MECHANIC S11 Zia, S Barbara Trenck John Kurmai , 2? 9: W kew wif .I ..,, , L X My E 535 f . .- 'lf ,I HM 1 1, If an f X, W L I N5 I m-s7g,Elc'fIX ,QW , 1w.w,:.,w ,515 ' Ms waz, I -51PL+,.5hF" N Ns 5 MOST ATHLETIC Carol Terebesi Bob Kasvinsky if W 'V' M y CLASS GIGGLERS Doi Paskowski Lou Bedford CHARACTERISTICS W ,1 I If A 'Xp I m 2:15 I mi 9 :5,,.,.-LIES , II WQWE' . I 3:5 V sw.. ,. R 7 I I A DONE MOST FOR SENIOR CLASS Judy Brown Emil Frankel I II 4 ,LH ggzeizgsws sf, W. ,: ag II W Simi ' I CLASS MUSICIANS Joan Ringelheim Bill Godo FRIENDLIEST Joni Kosfun Lou Broderson CLASS CUT-UPS Joe Renaud Judy Greenberg CAMILLE AQUILANTE "Content in all." Activities: F.N.A. 1-3, Bowling Club 1, Stage Crew 1, 4, Year- book Committee 4, Election Com- mission 4, House Council 4, Fa- thers' Club Show 4, Senior Ban- quet Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Softball 1, 2. S NIOR LYNNE MARIE ABROMAITIS "Carefree and gay, always something to say." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, F.T.A. 1-4, Bowling Club 1, 2, Library Aide 1-3, Tennis Club 2, Daisy Chain 3, Pep Club 3, Yearbook Committee 4, Senior Banquet Committee 4. Sports: J.V. - Hockey 4, Intra- mural - Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 1-3, Volleyball 1-4, Badminton 3, 4, Tennis 1, Softball 1-4, Play- day 3. SHIRLI A. ALEXANDER "She's pretty as you may guess but dangerous? Oh my, yes!" Activities: Stage Crew 1, F.N.A. 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, Jr. Red Cross 1, F.T.A. 1, Usher 2, Swim- ming Club 2, Tennis Club 3, Fathers' Club Show 3, Homeroom Secretary 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 2, Volleyball 1, Softball 1-3. EDWARD ATORICK "l know what l like and that's, enough." JOHN FREDERICK ADAMS "A man is wealthy if he can still laugh." Activities: Stage Crew 3, 4 Komians 3, 4, F.T.A. 2. Sports: Varsity - Tennis 3, J.V. - Tennis 2. BARBARA ANGUS "lf only everyone understood me as I do." I Activities: F.N.A. 1, Bowling Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Softball 1-3. NORINE BALDINO "Truth and courage go hand in hand." Activities: Student Council Alter- nate 1. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Volleyball 3, Softball 1. MARLENE M. ALEXANDER ".lust let a smile be your umbrella on a rainy, rainy day." Activities: F.N.A. 1, 2, Tennis Club 2, C.E.P. 2, Student Council Alternate 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Badminton 3, Softball 2. CLASS OF 1957 FRANK W. BARANOSKY ELVIRA ARLENE BARATE He who laughs last doesn't get "Politeness goes far yet costs ' the joke at first." nothing." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1, 27' F.N.A. 'I-4: Library Aide 3, 45 Bowling Club 45 Homeroom Treasurer 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4, Basketball 4: Volleyball 'l, 2: Softball 2, 4. ESTHER L. BERG "A lady makes no noise." Activities: C.E.P. I7 F.N.A. 2, 3, President 2: Choir 'I-4: Student Council Alternate 2: Yearbook Business Staff 45 Pep Club 3. ROBERT BERQUIST "Crashl Bang! Booml Bob is in the room! Sports: Intramural- Basketball LEWIS BEDFORD "When's the next vacation?" Activities: Model Club 'lf Stage Crew 1. NANCY BELFSKY "Take a pair of sparkling eyes . . ." E Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 45 Softball 2. BOB BIEBEL BARBARA BOEMMELS "They believed me quiet until "A true friend is forever a I spoke." friend." Sports: Varsity - Soccer 4: Base- Activities: Horseback Riding Club ball 3, 4: J.V. -' Baseball 2: 1. Intramural - Basketball 'Ii Base- ball 1. LOUIS BRODERSEN E IOR ROBERT R. BOUC HARD "Life is short, but there is always time for friends." Activities: Choir 2, 4: All State Chorus 4. PATRICIA LOUISE BRANAS "lt is nice to be natural when one is naturally nice." Activities: Stage Crew 2: Sports Club 'l. Sports: Intramural - Speedball I: Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: Softball 2, 3. LOUISE BRASHEAR "She's happy with a kind hand and gentle will." DAVID H. BRADTMULLER "He is a quiet man, but quite a man." "What's on your mind, if you'll excuse the overstatementf' Activities: Class Treasurer 4: Jr. Red Cross 4. Sports: Varsity - Football 4: Ten- nis 3: Baseball 3, 4: Intramural - Baseball 3. Entered from Harding High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1955. JUDITH SANDRA BROWN "A walking formula success: add natural leadership, a dynamic personality and the result is .ludy." Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays I: Swimming Club I: Or- chestra I, 2, 4: Student Council 2-4: Fathers' Club Show 2: Ten- nis Club 2: Fox 3: Yearbook Ap- prentice 3, Committee 4: New School Committee 3: Pep Club 3: Prom Committee 3: Daisy Chain 3: C.E.P. 2: Handbook' Commit- tee'3: Girls' Banquet Committee 2-4: Class Vice-President 2:'Class Secretary 3. Sports: J.V. - Hockey 4: Intra- mural - Speedball 'I: Hockey 2, 3, Playday 4: Basketball I-3, Playday 3: Volleyball 'I-4: 'Bad- minton 3: Tennis 1, 2: Bowling Playday 3: Softball 'I-3, Play- day 3. LESTER BURDGE "Always behave as it nothing has happened, no matter what has happened." Sports: J.V. - Baseball 'I: ln- tramural - Baseball 3, 4. BARBARA A. BUTLER "Woman was made to manage man." Activities: C.E.P. 'l, 2: Stage Crew 1-3: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 1, 2: Student Council Al- ternate 1: F.N.A. I, 2: Fathers' Club Show 3: Komian Blay 3, 4: Thespian Play 3: Prom Com- mittee 3: Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4: Softball 1. C ASS OF 1957 . KENNETH BYERS "Boys will be boys." Activities: New School Committee 3: Komian Play 3. Entered from Central High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, I955. LOUIS LOPEZ-CEPERO "Behind the curtain's mystic folds his glistening future lies MARTIN JAY CASALE "l wish my horse had the speed of your tongue." Activities: Komians 3, 4: Stage Crew 2-4: C.E.P. 2: Prom Com- mittee 3: Handbook Committee 3: Yearbook Committee 4. JOSEPH J. CATALDO "Drive that crazy cor." Sports: Varsity - Soccer 3, Co- Capt.: Baseball 3, 4: J.V. - Soccer 2: Track 2, 3:: Intramural - Basketball I: Baseball 2, 3. unrolled." Q ANN MARIE CHACHQ "Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows." Activities: F.N.A. 'I-4: Stage Crew 3, 4: C.E.P. 2: Jr. Red Cross 2: Library Aide 'I: Komians 3, 4: Bowling Club 2: P.M. Film Com- pany 2, Treasurer. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4: Badminton 3. Activities: Graduation Usher 3: Stage Crew 3, 4: Komians 3, 4: Fathers' Club Show 3, 4: Stage Crew Variety Show 3: Class Day Exercises 3: Yearbook Commit- tee 4: School Representative for WICC 4. PETER E. CHALKER "A hustling energetic sort, a lively friend, a rare good sport! Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4: J.V. - Football 1, 2: Track 'I: Intramural - Baseball T. DOLORES M. CERRA "Laughing, talking, always gay, she helps to make a perfect day." Activities: Bowling Club 1: Pep Club 3: Library Aide 2, 3: Fa- thers' Club Show 4: Senior Ban- quet Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 'l: Volleyball 'I: Softball T. JOAN A. CHEVALIER "Her silence is wonderful to listen to, sweet beyond compare." Activities: Tennis Club 2: Bowl- ing Club 4: Yearbook Business Staff 4: Band 3, 4: Daisy Chain 3: Library Aide 4: Newspaper Supplement Staff 4. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Badminton 3, 4: Softball 2, 4. WILLIAM JOHN CONNELLY "Quiet he may seem, but you can never tell." Activities: Yearbook Committee 4, Photographer 45 Dramatic Club 45 Dance Committee 4. Sports: Varsity - Track 45 Ten- nis 45 J.V. - Basketball 4. SE IOR CHARLES JOSEPH CHOTKOWSKI "l'm not always right but l'm never wrong." Activities: Yearbook Business Mgr. 45 Band 1-45 All State Band 45 Stage Crew 1-45 Freshman- Sophomore Plays 15 C.E.P. 15 Radio Club 1, Secretary5 Hand- book Committee 2, 35 Komians 45 Graduation Usher 35 Boys' State 3. VIRGINIA M. CLARKE "Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never dies." Activities: Yearbook Committee 45 Senior Banquet Committee 4. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 4. Entered from Amityville Memorial High, Amityville, Long Island, 1956. FREDERICK J. COSCIA "l have but one heart, and it's taken." Activities: House Council 4. Entered from Fairfield Prep, Fair- field, Connecticut, 1956. MARY CIARMIELLO "Tis nice to be natural when one is naturally nice." Activities: Bowling Club 1, 25 Jr. Red Cross 1, 25 F.N.A. 2, 35 Year- book Committee 45 Election Com- mission 45 Pep Club 3. Sports: lntramural - Hockey 2- 45 Basketball 35 Volleyball 25 Softball 1, 3. ERNESTINE CONFALONI "Good nature and good sense are usually companions." Activities: Student Council Alter- nate 15 Daisy Chain 35 Yearbook Committee 4. ' Sports: Intramural - Hockey 25 Basketball 1, 25 5Volleyball 2, 35 Softball 1, 2. RICHARD J. DAKAI "Don't rush girls, he's always around." Activities: Sports Club 1, Treas- urer5 Band 1-35 Swimming Club 1, 25 Orchestra5 School Council 4. Sports: Varsity - Football 45 Soccer 35 Basketball 3, 45 Base- ball 3, 45 .l.V. - Basketball 25 Baseball 2. NANCY R. CLARK "lt smiles help to keep one olive, she'll live to be one hundred and five." Activities: Student Council 2, As- sembly Committee5 Sports Club 15 Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 45 Basketball 1, 25 Softball 1, 2. ANTHONY D'ALOlSlO In quietness ond in confidence shall be your strength." CLASS OF 1957 ANNE DALTON "She appears quiet but . . .l" Activities: F.T.A. 1-47 Library Aide I-47 Theater Club 3, Vice-Presi- dent7 Student Council Alternate 1, Service Committee7 Fox Ap- prentice 27 Girls' Banquet Com- mittee 2. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 2-47 Badminton 3, 47 Softball 3, 47 Bowling 4. STEVE DEL VENTO "I go to school to eat my lunch." MARY ALICE DAY "So unaffected, so composed ot mind, so firm, so strong, yet so refined." Activities: Usher 17 F.N.A. 1, 27 F.T.A. 3, 47 Corresponding Secre- tary 47 Swimming Club 27 Dance Committee 3. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 4i Mgr.7 Intramural - Hockey 2, 37 Bos- ketball 2, 37 Volleyball 37 Bad- minton 3. DORIS DEITZ "We all can't lead and so, I will follow." Activities: Horseback Riding Club 1, 2. Activities: Golf Club 1. Sports: J.V. - Track 2. CARYL C. DEMAREST "It's her manner and her smile that make her so worthwhile." Activities: Yearbook Apprentice 3, Art Editor 47 F.T.A. 3, 47 Prom Committee 37 Daisy Chain 37 Pep Club 3, 47 Swimming Club 1, 2. Sports: Intramural - Speedball li Hockey 2, 37 Basketball 2-47 Volleyball 1-47 Badminton 3, 47 Softball 2, 3. BARBARA L. DeMINO "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." Activities: Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 27 Volleyball 2, 3j Basketball 1-37 Softball 2, 3. DIANNE DeSALLE "Trim and neat, short and sweet." Activities: Choir 27 Yearbook Committee 47 Bowling Club 2. Sports: lntrainural - Volleyball 37 Softball 1. - L . is -43.1.1 54 .1 .get lil? I-mg: Milli gzxsliysga Ui ,Q 5 I id? 'Sim iii l Wills 5 S I l 4 "l s It ROBERT E. DICKINSON "His happy smile makes many friends." Sports: J.V. - Soccer 1, 2: Base- ball 1, 2. 5 ,. lil 53 We Q S 'Q il! i 'i"f'f"Qf- -fe, iffy in-I .4 sf ,,fe.f?i'5:i:-,, 1 q.s,,, ,fisyzssfl .,ff,c A ev 31Z.ei?E?J'?'i:.L,.Lfdjgj7 yvagg,-1,'gr'5j ..: -"-- 775 'fw.q,fgE5afm, ...xiii 'igigxjlgj ff .5 ' 1wi'.Lees-:'iiL?s?f'ff,:.Lev' J V ' 'wwf ' , stffs' 1-in 'f-be 11:83 9217?-1' -v- f' " -v' " ,Hi gE?di'..'-5..'E:..f-, ZfL::a1'F1'i..5 1,1 5435 vw5if"33'f . V N ' 4 E I , A 3 lf. ui! ' Wifi '7 5:5 Mzlafif W' ' -eifffmm if f 5eS5z1iil.ii:f'Gv2aM322.' i1.i'f?z?3'13fivtrtfe:f.1, mae. IOR JOHN M. DILLMAN llllm not lazy, l'm conserving my energy for future use." Sports: J.V. - Football 2, In- tramural - Baseball 2. KATHERINE P. DOWLING "Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity." Activities: F.T.A. 2-4, Tennis Club 27 Daisy Chain 3, Bowling Club 4, Yearbook Business Stott 4. Sports: Intramural - Badminton 3: Softball 2. JUDIE W. ELLIS "Why take life seriously we never come out alive." Activities: Swimming Club 1, 2: Tennis Club 1, 27 F.T.A. 1-35 Student Council 2-4, Publicity Committee 2: Chior 1, Pep Club 3. Sports: Varsity -l Hockey 3, 4: Intramural - Speedball 1: Hoc- key 2, 3: Basketball 'I-4: Volley- achieved without enthusiasm. "Good things are twice as good JOHN ELWOOD "Nothing great was ever ll Activities: Student Council 2, Hospitality Committee. Sports: Varsity - Soccer 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, J.V. - Soccer 1, 2. ball 4, Softball 1-4. JUANITA L. ESTES "A smile is always on her face no matter what the time or place." Activities: Library Aide 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3, Band 3, 47 Fathers' Club Show 3, Bowling Club 27 Yearbook Committee 4, Business Staff 4: Dramatic Club 4, Dance Committee 3, 4: F.T.A. 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4: Volleyball 4. BERYL LEE FAY "Life is a happy thing." Activities: F.N.A. 2, 3. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 3, Badminton 3: Softball 3. DOROTHY ANN ENRIGHT when they are short." MEL GANCSOS "Describe him, who can?" Activities: Band I-3. Sports: Intramural - Baseball 2. CLASS OF 19 NANCI FEATHER "It must be wonderful: l don't understand it at alll" Activities: Library Aide I: F.N.A. I: Jr. Red Cross I: F.T.A. 2-4: Cheerleaders 2-4, Capt. J.V. 2, Co-Capt. 4: Choir 2: Student Council 'I, 2, 4: Alternate 2: Swimming Club 2, 4, Vice-Pres- ident 2: Tennis Club 2: Pep Club 3: Ice Skating Club 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, Playday 3: Badminton 3: Volleyball I-3: Playday 3: Tennis 'I, 2: Softball 'I-3. ELENA FRIEDMAN "A world of mischief lies behind her eyes of blue." Activities: Usher I: Prom Com- mittee 3: F.N.A. 3: Dramatics Club 4: Yearbook Committee 4: Choir 3, 4: Fox 3: Girls' Banquet Committee 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2. KATHERINE E. GILLIGAN "An all around person, a won- derful gal, our cheerleader captain makes a wonderful pal!" Activities: Student Council 1, 3, 4, Assembly Committee I: Jr. Red Cross I: Swimming Club I, 2: Cheerleaders 2-4, Co-Capt. 4: F.N.A. 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Daisy Chain 3: Yearbook Committee 51: Spanish Discussion Group 3: Election Commission 3: Home- room Treasurer 'I, 2: New School Committee I, 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4: Volleyball 2: Tennis I: Softball I, 2. RICHARD MICHAEL FERENCE "Consideration is the parent of wisdom." Activities: F.T.A. I-4, Treasurer 2: House Council 4: Komians 4: EMIL H. FRANKEL "A mind equal to any undertaking." Activities: Student Council 'I-4 Vice-President 3, Executive Com Golf Club I. if f Amittee 3: Assembly Committee 2 S JV T k ,I 2 XQIVPQW School Committee 3: Sports Pom: ' ' " ff-C ' ' lk' Club.14v: Graduation Usher 3 AJ pity Cl1oir 3, 4: Class Vice-President x'Q'5 Xa", Atflfrq 'l:: Cfogs President 2, 4. VI 'L Q C Sports: Ysgsit - Soccer 4: Cross W Jxif " I ' 12 Courltrryldfjyi Track 2-4: lntra . in 3 , i I f If uivotgll- Basketball 1: Baseball L ny, ,,' ' I-3. 5 if . ' .IQ Q4 ' ' f ,elf .x 2' 41,4 P03 . tv L 1,5 .. W, Q 1 . . ..:f"' - I: ,L S, ,, - .1 . 'v .,-' -3 .sf ,.,,' IX V .Q ,- sh R fn .-',, g ikh, U ..k, X fp C tilet Z llllr 1 i I . 'I 77" ll '.,' fill il if15lD2?f it milf! I' J- fs" I rref' ff s e I-1, .,,, in ill, . JAMES GAUCHER "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." Sports: .I.V. - Track I. DAVID GLAHN "Books, what are they?" Activities: Stage Crew 'l. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1: Baseball 2. A-:Qt .: fi -224 . . wx A. ' 1'!.f- ,,2 . J fi 'f i .1-,ij g:fi.,sg,'miss'Ki. '11, .5 riiitif ,..,, , tg :.,,:g,'..Wt,tf,.': N' D V L1 2:1-wil: -5 .mtii ,:w..:.,:g::-ww Q. I :A:2n....DI2fsfKd?+1....'f nf- is ' . ' 'K ,U , Wi ' it l I ' A' I f f . I7 :'U,l!:Iv 7' li' ri ,Q -"E,.ff41.4..-va f. Q,'flg,,::.1:,5.tf s glidlfffg:ft2f.z1gff2':2fvf,gsruff:Ute, -if-Ifl f tx Y NH -:. "V " J". A witftt1112tsw'.mr-,,i4iE'E. .A .K .,g.,...t, .:,. ,. , nt.. .,. . ,,. , f ,..fsff::?sfzsYfffgf,'fa:fSv,g.,f12:ii " A fpflrl 51 ,Q w 'ilswItf.':'f,z,1t:1get',tv .. , my my vt ,fme'w,,f,t . .ny ff .f :.1g.k,,,.- ,yi Mfg vwm- :W - ff .ffl 'wgz x ' I '-'l"' v fbi I - I -' fy .s,'.'. I -' ' . 1: .2fs.4?2illf fi 2 if . ellgillfibli-'5'. 2:55 'iliwiillfllii S 1 - f,m, lts:i1? m 1 f.-' .'-'- A izf "-' :sf ttftatllfw - 2 . ' r .yy lg t t w -1.-w.:.f:1s3.g, hai t W K , tu x .U , .wc . r 2 t 3 . s I t , L ,, ill at S l Q gif Fw 2' f' fx Jul ' . A wt - ltl SHN I st ls fm "ul . lv ' Nllsilllllllll ll l 5gitt.g,t,.tH,,...if I, .g,,t.:.t ' U - K, :ff I I Q gf Yami flitlt U if ll, I' I dt Q Ill.: .tv t 3 S 'W We .ggi ill t t fly rf.'W1ff:e?g2sfr , . s:..i:tmg,..,..k5r :af . .. H, . . sf my,'ii1txwv'Qi5.-5 . K' f 'I i it ..., ' it .16 1 I "mtl H, 5 I N 1 I f ' z., 5-S11 2 J.. . Q U 6 gg 1 :25-1,1' -"ii 3572 ' -Yawiilyi-zlfliswit ,. if wx"illE'F1Iig'a1'1Pl7, 5 .,af5.Qg,i- 1 , - e X1 '2 l:,. ,1'fm,.'e.Q at at N A M.,-g'.g.'s.,..:tfl ,sw -Q 1-.-it M, ., K , . - . .air-',1jayq...1,iyf-1-,u . .g:M,J,5.,u K x'qy"z 'f' , Q K A 1 .-1 i i Ez 1 12: 12. .l un 'll Ulf will 2 ft alle? xi it lik' lhlllllllllf' l ,S was My QUUNM A wget ,Q A 5,9 ,. I, Jttltgiii . m d ,Mt ' isfiufg ,W 'W .2 dash at .V ' Y -A Q QQ gg ,ttfiifw 'L Q 1. .aj W 1, is wwknr K, . 115251 5 , shit' it z It ,sf , . , X , . . , ., ,wi I 'Nu tt A ttf' 'II -i ' 153- fa 2 . -I' 2 'I -"' ,t A we r. ,g -- c .gf A M- if .Effie '12 I 4, s. BARBARA H. GREENSPUN "Whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well." Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Daisy Chain 3, C.E.P. 2, Dra- matic Club 2, Tennis Club 2, Prom Committee 3, Komian Play 4, Usher 2. SENIOR WILLIAM GODO "Without fun, there is no joy." Activities: Band 1-4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Fathers' Club Show 2-4, Con- cert 3. Sports: Varsity - Soccer 4. ALFRED GRECO "What I have been taught I have forgotten, what I know I have guessed." Sports: Varsity - Football 4, J.V. - Football 1, 2. JEFFREY MARC GOLDMAN "Lite would be intolorable if it were not for its amusements." Activities: Sports Club 1, Student Council Alternate 2. Sports: J.V. - Football, 2, Mgr., Intramural - Basketball 1, Base- ball 1-3. JUDITH GREENBERG "When she comes in, mischief begins." GAYLE GRIFFIN "Straight from the pages of Mademoiselle steps the senior we like so well." Activities: Student Council 1, 2, Alternate 2, Pep Club 3, Kom- ians 3, 4, Tennis Club 3, Fathers' Club Show 1-3, Choir I, Jr. Red Cross 1. Sports: J.V. - Basketball 3, Co- Mgr., Intramural - Badminton 3, Tennis 1-3, Softball 1. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 1, 2, Swimming Club 1, F.T.A. 1, 2, Fathers' Club Show 1, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Kom- ians 2-4, C.E.P. 2, Prom Com- mittee 3, Handbook Committee 3, New School Committee 3, Pep Club' 3, Yearbook Apprent- ice 3, Committee 4, Fox 2, 3. Sports: Intramural 3- Hockey 2- 4, Speedball 1, Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 2-4, Playday 3, Bad- minton 2, 3, Softball 2, 3. WILLIAM H. HANFORD "He isn't noisy, loud, or gay, but enjoys lite in a quiet way." Activities: Choir 3, 4, Photo- graphy Club 1. GAIL JUDITH GOULDING "A placid exterior hiding sincere friendliness." Activities: C.E.P. 2, Freshman- Sophomore Plays 2, F.T.A. 2-4, Prom Committee 3, Handbook Committee 3, New School Com- mittee 3, Daisy Chain 3, News- paper 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 4. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 4, Bas- ketball 4, J.V. - Basketball 3, Intramural - Hockey 2, 3, Vol- leyball 3, Badminton 3, Soft- ball 2, 3. CLASS OF 19 7 BARBARA HARDY JUNE HAUSER "Blushing is virtue's colors." "Ever carefree, ever gay, and Activities: Swimming Club 2, Bowling Club 2, F.N.A. 2-4, Li- brary Aide 2, Ushers' Guild 3, Pep Club 3, Girls' Banquet Com- mittee 3, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Business Staff 4. we like her just that way." Activities: F.N.A. 1-4, Bowling Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4, Basketball 2, 4, Volleyball 4, Tennis 2. JEAN HERMAN "Gleaming eyes, charming smiles she's our little Miss Worthwhile." Activities: Bowling Club 1, 2, F.N.A. 1-3, Pep Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Election Commission 4, Stage Crew 1, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Li- brary Aide 1-3, Ushers' Guild 3, Girls' Banquet Committee 3, Ten- nis Club 2, Yearbook Apprentice 3, Committee 4. Sports: lntramural - Speedball 1, Hockey 1-4, Basketball 1-3, Volleyball 1-3, Badminton 1-3, Tennis 1-3, Softball 1-3. CAROL HOLMES "Sweet and neat, she can't be beat." Activities: Theater Club 2, 3, F.N.A. 2-4, Ushers' Guild 3, Girls' Banquet Committee 3, Yearbook Business Staff 4. JOAN HEADY "As loquacious as she is vivacious." Activities: Jr. Red Cross l, Swim- ming Club 1, Prom Committee 3, Girls' Banquet Committee 3, Pep Club 3. Sports: J.V. - Hockey 4, Basket- ball 3, lntramural - Hockey 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Badminton 3, Softball 1-3. JUNE HERLIHY "Nothing worries her, nothing hurries her." Activities: F.N.A. 2, 3, Bowling Club 2. Sports: lntramural - Hockey 4, Volleyball 3, Softball 1, 3. ALAN HUTCHINSON "Man is the master of his fate." DOLORES' ANN HUCHKO "Friendship, mysterious decent of the soul." Activities: Fox Business Staff 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, Bowling Club 1, 2, Sports Club 1, Pep Club 3, Yearbook Business Staff 4, Com- mittee 4. JAMES EDWARD JANKOVSKY SE ICR ELIZABETH W. HUNT "l'll see you in my dreams." Activities: Stage Crew 4i Fa- thers' Club Show 3, 4. Entered from Mary A. Burnham School, Northampton, Massachu- setts, 1955. JUDY IANNOTTI "History is merry gossip." "My idea of an agreeable man is one who agrees with me." Activities: Student Council 27 Swimming Club 27 Bowling Club 2. Sports: Varsity - Basketball 47 Baseball 47 J.V. - Basketball 2, 37 Baseball 27 Intramural - Base- ball 2. RUSSELL JENNINGS "Point of order . . ." Activities: Student Council 1-3, President 27 Badminton Club 27 Thespian Play 37 Boys' State7 Komian Play 4. Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4, Co-Capt. 47 Tennis 3, Mgr.7 J.V. - Football 1, 27 Intramural - Basketball 2. CHESTER E. JACKIEWICZ "if you don't say anything you won't be called on to repeat ALLEN T. JACOBS "Admired by all, envied by few, he breaks girls hearts for he's handsome too!" Activities: House Council 4. Entered from Fairfield Prep, Fair- field, Connecticut, 1955. 'YWQ W MJ f inane sv: sKY WR ANN KELLY 'fl-fi, Ugg, wg C y " " all things aren't small if mold for ha y sp 7 great things come of them." test bold." M Activities: Student Counc LIB, aj 4, President 4, Roger's Pool Com mission 3, Sports Schedule Com- mittee 3, Executive Committee 37 Jr. Red Cross 17 Graduatio Usher 37 Boys' State 3. Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4, Co-Capt. 47 Basketball 37 J.V. - Football 17 Basketball 1, 2j Baseball 1, 2. ,Act' ities: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2 mg Club 2, 4, r.N.A. 1, 2 minton Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 3 47 S tball 1-3. JUDITH R. KOMAROMI SYLVIA M. KOI "There's a time for all things." Activities: Orchestra 1, 25 Jr. Red Cross 1, 25 Bowling Club 25 Fathers' Club Show 15 Pep Club 35 School Council 45 Yearbook Committee 4. Sports Intramural - Hockey 3, 45 Volleyball 35 Basketball 1-35 Softball 1-3. C ASS OF 195 KRIS ANN KIELBUS "A women's face is her fortune and sometimes runs into a nice little figure." Activities: Theater Club 35 Prom Committee 35 Fathers' Club Show 2, 35 Baton Twirling 1-35 Pep Club 35 Swimming Club 15 Dance Committee 1, 25 Yearbook Com- mittee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2- 45 Volleyball 35 Softball '1. DOROTHY KMETZ "To doubt her fairness is to wont an eye." Activities: Daisy Chain 35 F.N.A. 3, 4. Entered from Throop High School, Throop, Pennsylvania, 1955. ROBERT L. KIRALY "A man of manners ond achievement." Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 2, 35 Stage Crew 2-45 Stage Manager 45 Komians 3, 45 C.E.P. 25 Fathers' Club Show 2, 35 Komian Play 2, 35 Thespian Play 35 Dance Committee 2. Sports: Intramural - Baseball 1. "She cannot frown, she never tries, her heart is 'always merry." Activities: F.T.A. 45 Baton Twirl- ing 2-4, Leader 45 Student Coun- cil 2, Social Committee, Hospi- tality Committee5 Fathers' Club Show 1, 3, Usher 15 Jr. Red Cross 15 Swimming Club 1, 25 Prom Committee 35 Theater Club 3, Secretary5 Fox Business Staff 25 Band 3, 45 Girls' Banquet Com- mittee 35 Pep Club 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 35 Speedball 15 Basketball 1-35 Badminton 35 Volleyball 1-35 Bowling 35 Softball 1-35 Track and Field Day 3. LOUIS KOCSIS "What a smile, what a wit, and believe me that's not halt of it." Activities: Bowling Club 15 Grad- uation Usher 3. Sports: Varsity - Basketball 45 Baseball 45 J.V. - Basketball 25 Intramural - Baseball 2. CAROLANN M. KOPSO "You flavor everything, you are the vanilla of society." Activities: F.N.A. 35 Pep Club 35 Fathers' Club Show 1-4, Usher 15 Freshman-Sohpomore Plays 25 Girls' Banquet Committee 35 Yearbook Committee 45 Jr. Red Cross 15 Prom Committee 35 Bowling Club 25 Dance Commit- tee 3. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 45 Mgr.5 Intramural - Hockey 2, 35 Basketball 1-45 Badminton 35 Volleyball 1-45 Tennis 15 Softball 1-4, Playday 35 Bowling Play- day 3. JOSEPH J. KISH "Each mon reaps his own farm JOHNNY KURIMAI 'Worry and I never meet." SENIOR JUDITH KORCSMAROS "A girl in a whirl." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1, 25 F.N.A. 2-45 Pep Club 35 Library Aide 25 Bowling Club 1, 25 Year- book Committee 45 Election Com- mission 45 Freshman-Sophomore Plays 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 45 Tennis 25 Softball 1, 2, 4. JUDITH KRAWITZ "True to her work, her words, her friends." Activities: Pep Club 35 F.T.A. 35 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Yearbook Committee 45 Prom Committee 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 35 Basketball 45 Volleyball 35 Ten- nis 3. Entered from Bassick High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1955. KENNETH KUSTERER "The serious sides ot'lite are not for me." JONI KOSTAN "Tis better to be small and shine than to be large and cast a shadow." Activities: Student Council 1, 45 Jr. Red Cross 15cCheerleaders 2, 45 Roger's Pool Commission 25 Yearbook Committee 45 Fa- thers' Club Show 45 Senior Ban- quet Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Softball 1. MICHAEL J. KRAYNAK "I have never been hurt by anything I didn't say." Activties: Sports Club 1. THOMAS LAPERA "Every burned book enlightens the world - so!" BEVERLY ANNE KOVACS "A sweet disposition and a sunny smile makes her friendship worthwhile." Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 1, 25 C.E.P. 1, 25 Library Aide 1, 35 Jr. Red Cross 1, 25 Swimming Club 1, 25'Bowling Club 25 F.N.A. 2, 35 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Daisy Chain 35 Pep Club 35 Prom Committee 35 Fa- thers' Club Show 35 Yearbook Committee 45 Dance Committee 35 Class Secretary 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 25 Basketball 2-45 Volleyball 2-45 Badminton 35 Tennis 15 Softball 1-4. MARYANN LETTINO "A light heart lives long." Activities: Choir 1, 25 Yearbook Committee 45 Bowling Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 35 Softball I. CLASS OF 1957 KAY E. LEVINE "Lite is too serious to take too seriously." Activities: Cheerleaders 1-35 Kom- ians 45 Stage Crew 45 Fathers' Club Show 2-45 Bowling Club 1, 2. Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 2, 35 Badminton 35 Bowling 35 NANCI SUE LEVIN "A smile for all and full of fun." Activties: Pep Club 35 Yearbook Apprentice 35 Komians 3, 45 F.T.A. 35 Dance Committee 3. Entered from Bassick High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Basketball 2. 1955. D. BRUCE MacGREGOR "His many winning ways and winning smile make knowing Bruce worthwhile."' Activities: F.T.A. 1-4. Program Chairman 2, Treasurer 3, Vice- President 45 Conn. Association for F.T.A. 3, 4, President 45 Graduation Usher 35 Student Council 2, Social Committee5 House Council 4, President5 Elec- tion Committee 2, 35 New School Committee 35 Swimming Club 1, 25 Prom Committee 35 Dance Committee 25 Class Vice-President 35 Class Treasurer 2. Sports: Varsity - Cross Country 1-35 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 J.V. - Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Intramural - Bas- ketball 1. ARLENE V. MAGI "Her face is always powered with sunshine." Activities: Student Council 1, 2, Executive Committee 25 New School Committee 25 Dance Com- mittee 1, 25 Jr. Red Cross 15 Sports Club 15 Homeroom Sec- retary 1. Sports: J.V. - Hockey 45 Intra- mural - Hockey 3, 45 Basketball 1-35 Volleyball 2, 35 Badminton 35 Softball 1, 2. MARSHA DAY LINDSAY "Politeness is to do and say the kindest thing in the kindness way." MARIE MACCHIARELLI "Fun to be with and pleasant in her ways." Activties: Jr. Red Cross 15 Dra- matic Club 25 Stage Crew 25 Sports Club 1. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 35 Basketball 1, 35 Volleyball 1-35 Badminton 35 Softball 1. JOHN A. MAGYAR "Never do today what may put off till tomorrow." Sports: Varsity - 'Tennis 3, J.V. - Tennis 2. 5 l All IOR DELPHINE C. MARDEN "A face as fair as summer skies where many a blush in ambush lies." Activities: Bowling Club I: Choir 'l: Swimming Club 2: Stage Crew I-4: Fathers' Club Show I, 2, 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2: Ten- nis I. MADELINE MARSILIO "The quiet thoughts are the best." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 4: Library Aide 2, 3: Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Speedball 1: Hockey 2, 3: Softball I, 2. SANDRA I. MENTES "Comedy is the fountain of good sense." Activities: Fox Business Staff 2: Pep Club 3: Tennis Club 2: P.M. Film Company 2: Eelection Com- mission 4: Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 3, 4: Basketball 4: J.V. - Basketball 3: Intramural - Speedball I: Hockey 2: Basketball 'l, 2: Vol- leyball 'I-4: Badminton 3: Soft- ball I-4. ROSEMARY MCGRATH "Women were made to converse." Activities: F.N.A. 2-4: Bowling Club I, 2: Pep Club 3: Jr. Red Cross I, 2: Yearbook Committee 4: Election Commission 4. Sports: Intramural - Basketball I-3: Softball I-3. ANITA ANN MAZAS "Skill and confidence are an unconquered army." Activities: Jr. Red Cross I, 2: Daisy Chain 3: :F.N.A. I-4: li- brary Aide I-4: House Council 4: C.E.P. 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2: Softball I, 2. PEGGYAN N McCULLOCH "Sincerity has a charm all it's own." Activities: Election Committee 3: New School Committee 3: Jr. Red Cross 4, President 4. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 4: Mgr.: Intramural - Basketball 'I-3: Softball I, 2. MARION MIHALCHICK "The only golden thing people dislike is silence." Activities: F.N.A. 2: Bowling Club I: Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2: Basketball I-3: Volleyball I, 2: Softball I-3. fr: 5? Sfi fig . . 'il' .Y ..., :gf is ROBERT M. MILAVSKY "Work is work and must be done, but while I work I have my fun." Sports: Varsity - Football 4: Track 3, 4. Entered from Central High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 'I 955. ez 22: ASS OF 19 7 HARRY MORSE "What is this thing called lite?" Activities: Choir 35 Bowling Club 4. . Entered from Central High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1955. HELEN MOZEFSKY "The good die young, so here's to a long life." JOHN F. McPADDEN "The devil and I have an understanding." Activities: F.N.A. 'I. GAIL M. NAGY "Pleasant is she and full of good intent." Activities: Library Aide 'Ip Bowl- ing club 2, r.N.A. 3. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 2: Softball 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2: CORNEUA A- MURRAY Basketball 'I-3: Softball 'I-3. "Never hurries, never worries." Activities: F.T.A. 'I-4: Fathers' Club Show 3: Bowling Club if Stage Crew Variety Show 3: Prom Committee 3. KEN MUSANTE "It's in the book, why bother it?" MARY ANN NAGY "A good heart that is better than all the heads in the world." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1: Girls' Banquet Committee 3: New School Committee 3: Yearbook Business Staff 4. CAROLYN ELIZABETH NEWBOLD "The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed." Activities: Komian 3, 4: F.T.A. 4. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 4: J.V. - Hockey 3. Entered from Mary A. Burnham School, Northampton, Massachu- setts, 1955. e-H.'W's?T1i!'W'g1tZ if eq :Mi IX IW lk? 1' if 1 Il ,Ml me F www I is Yi i. Mwst. xrfiwqgmiigk saws J , , fl ,ti sf Y 4 2 Fil R" 12 Q 1 , Ya, li ..,. ' f . 2:11, jaj.:,. . l g.:5,.,,.:..:-V, A ig xg' :j ..?,..w? ,Q E Q'-'i.11f11'fi"21-," xii -f if mfz-1 im ' i ww' mfr., als: Quia: . xesgeew H ,-s .Mil f- fiiif--W'iQ1ifi'zi1ii.'5 1- fill" , 423,551,:1i..1-.ivy:2'.Ligxf: '+ V ' u , i Ip!--L 5 5,23 A. 1 . r, 5 1. , ffl., ,n p in y -T P V fl A H3 K Vjgy' .. 1' 5 V PHYLLIS PAGLIUCO DOROTHY PASKOWSKI "The time to be happy is now." Activities: Fox Business Staff 27 House Council 47 Bowling Club 47 Yearbook Committee 47 Fa- thers' Club Show 47 Girls' Ban- quet Committee 47 Senior Ban- .quet Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 17 Basketball 1, 27 Softball 1, 2. ii E IOR ANN G. NEWTON "Reason and judgement are the qualities of a leader." Activities: Yearbook Co-Editor-in- Chief 4, Apprentice 37 Fathers' Club Shaw 1, 27 Komians 3, 47 F.T.A. 2-47 Fox 1-37 C.E.P. 27 Prom Committee 37 Freshman- Sophomore Plays 1, 27 Daisy Chain 37 Girls' Banquet Com- mittee 37 New School Committee 37 Spanish Discussion Group 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 37 Basketball 1, 27 Volleyball 1, 27 Tennis 1. FRED R. OROSZ "Moderation, the noblest gift of heaven." Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1. Entered from Whittier Jr. High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1954. ROBERT NOGA "People like him for what he is." Activities: Swimming Club 1, 2i Fishing Club 2. Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 47 Basketball 3, 47 Track 2-47 J.V. - Cross Country 27 Track 1. JUDITH l.. PASTORE "An eager eye for mischief." Activities: Student Council 2, Publicity Committee Chairman7 Jr. Red Cross 1, 27 Swimming Club 27 Pep Club 37 Fathers' Club Show 37 Girls' Banquet Committee 3. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 47 J.V. - Hockey 37 Intramural - Hoc- key 27 Basketball 1-37 Volley- ball 1, 27 Badminton 37 Tennis 1, 27 Softball 1-3. "Wherever she goes, whomever she knows, to everyone her friendliness shows." Activities: Library ,Aide 27 Pep Club 37 Jr. Red Cross 17 Year- book Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 37 Softball 1. MYRNA PECKER "No bird soars too high'if he soars with his own wings." Activities: Bowling Club 1, 27 Student Council Alternate 17 Sports Club 17 Swimming Club 17 Stage Crew 2, 47 Jr. Red Cross 1, 27 F.T.A. 1, 2, 47 Fox 17 Freshman-Sophomore Plays 17 Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2- 47 Basketball 1-47 Volleyball 1, 27 Badminton 37 Tennis 1, 37 Softball 1-3. EUNICE MARIE NOWOCZYNSKIV "Ready for mischief, ready for fun, willing to talk to anyone." Activities: library Aide 17 Sports Club 17 Yearbook Committee 47 Bowling Club 4. ' ' Sports: intramural - Softball 2, 3- , CLASS OF 1957 DOLORES JEAN PERIGYI "A friendly smile reflects her personality." Activities: Choir 1-47 Girls' Glee Club 37 Fathers' Club Show 37 All State Chorus 3. MARJORIE PETRO "Knowledge itself is power." Activities: Daisy Chain 37 Chorus 27 Yearbook Business Staff 47 Girls' .Banquet Committee 47 F.N.A. 47 Dramatic Club 3. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 3, 47 Volleyball 47 Badminton 4. MARY ANN PICCINI "With a song in my heart." Activities: Fathers' Club Show 2-47 Girls' Glee Club 2, 37 Year- book Committee 4: Chvil' 1-4: Jr. Red Cross 47 Badminton Club 47 Tennis Club 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 27 Basketball 1. JANE E. PIERCE "No one knows what she can do until she has done it." Activities: Roger's Pool Commis- sion 37 Girls' Banquet Commit- tee 3, 47 Dance Committee 37 Prom Committee 37 Pep Club 3. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 4i Bas- ketball 3, 47 .l.V. - Hockey 37 Intramural - Speedball 17 Hoc- key 27 Basketball 1, 2j Volley- ball 1-47 Badminton 37 Tennis 1, 27 Softball 1-4, Playday 37 Track HENRY PINCKNEY "A person of few words makes the least errors." Activities: Bowling Club 4. Entered from Fairfield Prep, Fair- field, Connecticut, 1956. BARBARA SUSAN PLOTKIN "We live in deeds, not years." Activities: Komians 2-47 C.E.P. 1, 27 Freshman-Sophomore Plays 27 Dramatic Club 47 Daisy Cttain 37 3 Yearbook Committee 47 Fox 7 Dance Committee 3, 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 3, 47 Basketball 1-47 Volleyball 3, 47 Softball 3, 4. and Field Day 3. CECILE RUTH PITTS "l pity those who don't have fun." Activities: Library Aide 17 F.N.A. 1, 27 Bowling Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 17 Softball 2. FRANCES RAE POKRAS "Don't be mislead by her innocent look." Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 1, 27 Fathers' Club Show l'3f Jr. Red Cross 17 F.T.A. 1, 27 Student Council Alternate 17 C.E.P. 27 Komian Play 3, 47 Thes- pian Play 37 Fox 37 Yearbook Apprentice 3, Committee 47 Prom Committee 37 New School Com- mittee 37 Handbook Committee 37 Pep Club 37 Daisy Chain 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 27 Basketball 2, 37 Volleyball 2, 37 Badminton 37 Softball 2. PATRICIA J. POWELL "Sweetness of smile indicates sweetness of character." Activities: Swimming Club I5 Yearbook Apprentice 3, Choir- man of Quotations and Charac- teristics Committee 45 Pep Club 35 Tennis Club 35 Kamian Play Committee 4. Sports: J.V. - Basketball 3, Mgr.5 Intramural - Speedball 'I5 Hockey 2-45 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Volleyball I-35 Badminton 35 Ten- nis 15 Bowling 3, Playday5 Soft- ball I-4. Ployday 35 Track and Field Day 3. SENIOR CAROL RANDALL "A willing hand and a loyal heart." Activities: Student Council 15 Choir 'I-45 Band 35- Badminton Club 35 F.N.A. I, 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Bowling Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Badminton 35 Softball I. BEVERLY M. REED "As 'many fine points as a package of pins." Activities: Student Council I-45 Vice-President 25 Tennis Club 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 15 F.T.A. 2-45 F.N.A. I5 Yearbook Committee 45 Library Aide 15 Choir 25 Jr. Post Reporter 2-45 Class Vice-President 4. Sports: J.V. -- Hockey 35 Intra- mural - Hockey 3, 4, Mgr. 45 Speedball I5 Basketball I-4, Play- day 35 Badminton 35 Volleyball 'I-3, Playdoy 35 Tennis I5 Softball l-45 Track and Field Day 3. ROBERT M. REMEIKA "l'm really hard-boiled but folks .Q Xt: JOSEPH RENAUD "I believe I am better than those who are trying to reform me." Activities: Election Commission 1, 25 Student Council 3, Code of Good Sportsmanship Committee5 Prom Committee 35 New School Committee 35 Class President 3. Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 45 J.V. - Football I, 25 Baseball I, 25 Intramural - Baseball 3. just won't believe it." Activities: Bowling Club 4. Sports: Intramural - Baseball 2. ,CDM x . 6DctVlgQf05Ly6 if 2 E ll S ff 2 ll K3 TE 1? 5 ?3 3 3 E if Q ii E li ,a I i l I JOAN RINGELHEIM "Where there's a piano here is ' t Joan." Activities: Dramatic Club 15 F.T.A. I-45 Fathers' Club Show I-45 Freshman-Sophomore Plays 25 Dance Committee l5 Yearbook Apprentice 35 Fox 2, 35 Student Council 2-45 Election Commission I-4, Chairman 2, 45 Komian Play 3, 45 Thespion Play 35 Choir 45 Orchestra l, 25 Daisy Chain 35 New School Committee 35 Home- room Treasurer 2, 35 Theater Club 2, President5 School Hand- book Committee 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 25 Basketball 25 Softball 'I-3. BOBBIE RESCOE "A true friend is forever a friend." Sports: Hockey 35 Basketball 4. Entered from Bossick High School, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1955. ROBERT RISER "Life is a joke that's just begun. Activities: Golf Club 1, 2. Sports: Intramural - Baseball 'l. NANCY SABO "lf all were done in one day, then why live." Sports: Intramural - Hockey 45 Basketball 35 Softball 2. CLASS OF 1957 ARLENE RISISKY "lt is what we do and what we think that make us what we are." Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Plays 15 Pep Club 35 Yearbook Apprentice 3, Chairman of His- tory Committee 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Daisy Chain 35 Prom Commitee 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 3, 45 Volleyball 35 Softball 3. BARBARA RUDOLPH "Timicl silence has more elo- quence than speech." Activities: Dromatics Club 1, 25 Theater Club 35 Home Economics Club 4. EUGENE SALIK "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." Sports: Varsity - Baseball 45 J.V. - Football 15 Baseball 1. Activities: Student Council 1, 2, Constitution Committee 1, 25 New School Committee 35 Swimming Club 25 Fathers' Club Show 2. Sports: Varsity - -Soccer 35 J.V. - Track 1, 2. MELVYN J. ROSENWALD "A pretty girl, a gallon of gas, tour good tires5 what more could I ask?" JOANNE A. ROSKO "With kindness for all and malice toward none." Activities: Daisy Chain 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Ushers' Guild 35 Prom Committee 35 Yearbook Commit- tee 45 Tennis Club 25 Bowling Club 2. Sports: lntromural -Hockey 2- 45 Tennis Badminton 35 Soft- E ball 2. , ., it B2 Q 3 B +5 . - M ,fgefjl e-flew, n ,fin 5,50 I ff,.5:.:e'e.: w , 1 RUSSELL RYBACK A 5 filfia '--f sw- me 2. "Mischief is king and l'm his slave." Q Sports: J.V. - Football 1. '32 , 22. 1 Uxi . u all N , l. fm..-5 5, -1: - , . ..Qfm:5.:Q,:gg5 we . iw. K' at xi, 5 MK . . .. , . se-f 3 1 Q 4 4 S . tv X . 5: it '1u,.., .5 . A . . -rj . . ffim ii"i'll?Ae il ivf..Npt+ : EEK il gfvffw 'fffff 61514 - 5 25 5 Keg? sw- :sf-zg wsftftft .Q ' 5 1' rw. 53 ' is ff'-"fu e 1. :T , fu. Ei ei: vgrs.w1s:sfm:.aif' if 'l4'.ff- 2 Z. il. 5 5 w....:.,.,x,., fi .A i .Q ,. ...L . EM , , ,g g m fs I 4 1 emiill. WJ ' 1 " "" " f-zfvf' ' - Sa lt . Ma I A K Wig gilt , Ylfgij, 1? . iiiV"f'ti3lm4'flis1l' W'i'::5 5 . A :V fwfw z Kim-,grfi.,r:w5,i f iflkfs. 15: 'w11.. P ...Q wiwy.-512-a:ii,:H ' -21.- -.-,.,-5-gtm .r41.f.fi-,--,1- -.: vt: vw-5,.15..5-.i,., f ,,.,N. 35,-.,if :i f 3,5 an , -571 nm mai: 'fee-.5915 wept li 4 -an ww-.,.:.'. ' fi 4 w' ww - 5 i ...., .f-:rg uf.: .-fMZ1n.N3Hm 1 its sf n law 1 if sg . 5 , 1 . gg Q 5.-5. W 5 , ., - ARTHUR SANSONE l can resist anything but temptation." Activities. Band 1 4, Orchestra 1, 25 Sports Club 15 Fathers' Club Show 13. MARGE SIZENSKY "Life without sports is no lite." Activities: F.1'.A. 2, 3, F.N.A. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Tennis Club 2, Badminton Club 2, Yearbook Committee 4, Jr. Red Cross 1. Sports: J.V. - Basketball 3, In- tramural - Speedball 1, Hockey 2-4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Volley- ball 1-4, Badminton 3, 4, Soft- ball 1-4. SE IOR JOAN SCHNEIDER "A quiet girl she, and quite a fine girl we all agree." Activities: Choir 1-4, Freshman- Sophomore Plays 1, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1, C.E.P. 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, Komian Play Commit- tee 3, Fathers' Club Show 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Girls' Banquet Committee 3, Daisy Chain 3, Dance Committee 1. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Ten- nis 1, Softball 1-3. x i ELIZABETH THERESA SCILAGYI SUS S S Hchm I h m I ur "Speech is great, blut silence is o J ur . .Th greater. - G - ' ctivities: F.T.A. 1-4, Daisy Chain dw' , if 1 7 p umm, - Ushers' Guild 3, Dramatic C , Fres a Q phomor CWI? 4- s 1 , 5 i lay 3 c . , Jr in '1, , ' F . - - Af ow , ' et om tee 2- 4, Pep CI ' Qge s r - 1-4 ar krl ie , Wx Ho 'I , ' - mrnit- tee M, I lib'-5 g t - L3 of by 1 w. 4: 72 . e ' Co 1 -I 4, is n ' Sp t . ntr I ,oc 2, 0 B tba ' U ell I - Badm' 3- n 's ot - ball 4. D 6 I DONALD WAYNE SMILOVITZ "See that twinkle in his eye? Me thinks there's michiet in this guylu Activities: Sports Club 1, Gradu- ation Usher 3, Tennis Club 2, Komians 4. Sports: Varsity - Cross Country 4, Mgr., Track 3, 4, J.V. - Track 1, Intramural - Baseball 1-4. X MARTHA SHERWOOD "A heart with room tor every ioyin Activities: Usher's Guild 3, Choir 2-4, Home Economics Club 4, Bowling Club 3. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 3, Softball 2. CLIFFORD SMITH "Haste makes waste so l don't hurry." Sports: J.V. - Track 1. SANDRA ELLEN SHAPIRO "With the good taste that speaks refinement." Activities: Komians 3, 4, Fresh- man-Sophomore Plays 2, Year- book Apprentice 3, Chairman dt Faculty Write-ups and Identifi- cations 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, All State Chorus 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Fathers' Club Show 1, Pep Club 3, Spelling Bee 1, Prom Committee 3, Handbook Committee 3, Daisy Chain 3. Sports: Intramural - Badminton 3. C ASS OF 19 7 GEORGE THOMAS SMITH "You ain't heard nothing yet, folksl" Activities: Sports Club 1, News- paper 4. Sports: Varsity - Baseball 4, J.V. - Football 2, Intramural - Basketball l, Baseball 1, 2. RICKY SOLARI "This football player is quite a wit, his generous ways will make him o hit." Sports: Varsity - Football 4. JOSEPH SPISAK, JR. "Rhythm is my business." Activities: Band 1-4. Sports: Varsity - Football 4, Track 3. JOANNE STRAUSS "A dark haired girl with a merry air, she can be happy anywhere." Activities: Tennis Club 1, Roger's Pool Commission 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Yearbook Apprentice 3, Business Staff 4, Committee 4, Freshman-Sophomore Plays 2, Stage Crew 4, Handbook Com- mittee 3, Girls' Banquet Commit- tee 3, Pep Club 3, Election Com- mission 4, House Council 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2: Volleyball 2. ROBERT SOLTES "School is ten months too long." ANNE M. SOSTOWSKI "Active, alert and full of fun, much she's undertaken, much she's done." Activities: Yearbook Aprentice 3, Copy Editor 4, C.E.P. l, 2, Bowl- ing Club 'l, 2, Sports Club 1, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Chair 1-4, All State Chorus 4, Freshman- Sophomore Plays 1, 2, F.N.A. 2-4, Handbook Committee 2, Fa- thers' Club Show 2, Komians 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Daisy Chain 3, Fox 2, 3, House Council 4, Stage Crew 4, Girls' Banquet Committee 4, Senior Banquet Committee 4, Girls' Glee Club 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2- 4, Speedball 1, Basketball 'l-4, Volleyball 'I-4, Badminton 3, 4, Tennis 'l, 2, Softball 'l-4. ART C. STROLIN JOSEPH SUPAN "l am haunted night and day "l love work, it tascinates m by my assignments." l could sit and look at it for hours! DAVID E. SWANSON It is not necessary to under- stand things in order to argue about them." u Sports: Varsity - Soccer 3, Foot- ball 4, Baseball 3, 4, J.V. - Football 2, Basketball I, Base- ball 2, Intramural - Baseball I. 'IOR NANCY SZALEY "Really cute and very sweet, the type of girl you love to meet." mittee 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Pep Club 4, Tennis Club 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4, Basketball 4, Badminton 4. FLORENCE SWIATINOWSKI rl lt is good to live and learn." Activities: Yearbool: Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 3, Softball 3, 4. CAROL TEREBESI "She knows the paths that lead to popularity." Activities: Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 3, Tennis Club 2, F.T.A. I-4, Secretary 2, Jr. Red Cross I, Daisy Chain 3, Class President I, Class Treas- urer 3. Sports: Varsity - Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Intramural - Speedball I, Hockey I, 2, Bas- ketball I, 2, Volleyballl-4, Bad- minton 3, 4, Tennis I, 4, Soft- ball 'l-4. ALICE THIBAULT "Twinkle, twinkle, go her eyes, who, I wonder, 'is the guy?" Activities: Bowling Club I. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Basketball 2, Softball T. ,Q viiiitfxef 9 : MARY ANN SZOBOCSAN "A penny for your thoughts." Activities: Bowling Club I, 2, F.N.A. I-4, Jr. Red Cross I, Pep Club 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 2, Softball 2. PETER P. TRAUSSI "Look how close that maniac in front of me is drivingl" Activities: F.T.A. 4. .M of . arf. f. -:qsr-:asf H qi, .z 1 -- K Jig ? lfff-.-'Wav " main' - Ks gn. 17. ls:-i' iQ4QQlQ,2.g.'rfs,g ' h:,:5tya'qTg 3,-X Q if f z..:::M-H . ,S gg if V , Lw,,:5: 55, f.V, -.Q -V:-,, IS xl T - 1 e - tifsttm :iw 'K st. , 'Y Emu. e . M52it-kiY?5,zi?elme::.'..':Q - .!'...:f'f'4-Wi 1i?l"t'f':l1ft,l "i si hlli-lil ,Mft .-.,,.15:Qfm.ff:1 , Q ., w :3:'5ff1:.e::,5 i-5. ,Wag ' 1 . l g-flffl ftt I A .,,., it ,tM,,m,.1 A gg , ---. . r. e,, af' ' A Biol P S ' fziwz ei-,Q ' 4- W ,.-, "..5f'-.ww : is Activities: F.N.A. I-4, Dance Com- BARBARA ANN TRENCK "Between laughting and talking her day is full." Activities: F.N.A. 3, 4, President 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Ushers' Guild 3, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, Vice-Pres- ident 2, Daisy Chain 3, Year- book Apprentice 3, Chairman of Senior Write-ups and Index 4, Theater Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Girls' Banquet Committee 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, Freshman- Sophomore Plays 2, Dramatic Club 'l, 2, Senior Banquet Com- mittee 4. Sports: Intramural - Speedball I, Hockey 3, Softball 2. LEWIS YURDIN "Boys like him are rarely found, he's a good sport all around." Activities: Swimming Club 1, 2, Sports Club 1, New School Com- mittee 3, House Council 4, Pres- ident, Prom Committee 3, Tennis Club 2. Sports: Varsity - Soccer 4, Track 4, Intramural - Basketball l, Baseball 'I-3. CLASS OF 1957 ELIZABETH ANN TURCSANY "A personality that always pleases." Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, Swimming Club 1, 2, Fathers' Club Show 2, 3, Theater Club 3, Baton Twirling 2, Student Council Al- ternate 2, Bowling Club 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 4, Volleyball 2, Softball 2. LOUISE WASKO "A good companion and easy friend." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 2. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Basketball 'l, 2, 4, Volleyball 2, Softball 'l. JEROME ZACZEK "The man who believes, is the man who achieves." PATRICIA ANNE TUROCZI "imagination is the supreme gift of the Gods." Activities: Pep Club 3, Fox Busi- ness Staff 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, Bad- minton Club 2, Vice-President, Fathers' Club Show 3, 4, Ushers' Guild 3, Theater Club 3, Election Commission 4, House Council 4, Yearbook Committee 4. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 4, Basketball 4, Volleyball 4, Bad- minton 4, Softball 1, 2, 4. SETH WEINTRAUB "I love the lite I lead, and I lead the life I love." Activities: Sports.Club I, Komians 3, 4, New School Committee 3, Choir 3, 4. Sports: J.V. - Cross Country 'I, 2, Intramural - Basketball 2, Baseball 2. iii iwmi i lilf ' Wk- si Q pl" ' . ., : ' ' , ' l: I . 2 2 71 .E -f-. . , . Egmgkn eewwesv ll . 1 1 . , Q 35 fl3i.sif.i:ffwsM'.fi: ge , if . ,f . -S w .: ' 1. ,Q ,. 'us .21 , , , . . .,..,,. I 5 I i .ggi 3 , ,E 1. meow sfweew ., .- L .. ,.. ff. -f: .. . - , . .,, A . .,x,,.,. V. ,. - .. , ..,,,5. ' :, ::i:: amalr. H 3215 1 .23 ' tl ,.. EW S5222 HM ' 21:6 .4 Ju n I , L , . -if I a . if . , . . LW,-,,i,f -...ii ovmiwe mr, . M I , af fl' 1 we 1 2 . . . . ,.IiI.Nlf!5l,yMu . , .. J .la gg. ie to W 4 H . ff? . e vw I ,W ...A hs: Q' we ie:,We be N ig, . , , Q WL '.,.w2i : 32 ' fi ,, MM ,Wim ,.I. , ,U 4. s if ff 'K 6 xg W s 4 : I.. M,z.'?wg : i ii M QE . i 5 gg, T., ,gi . Q- . Z i g tvwwni ','bH-fiMiU T i.r.,,Wm -,M - Q, , gjliwi fl ,E m :.g: 'I1f.m,:l33flnQ K W Wifixglltsv. lil in 9 iFlW'l'.glMi1Ri' all 5 E if ' lillllil all lllliiwih fl tg ll E4 . ., 1 iiiss ' -M' i,lZ,f M3' ..+sii MEM -- hs--2 ..an:f.!.::s.:.:- I.: ?ii5'3 Fif 'm l' Sigm-csflefll-' 1::, -i if E 'E .l,l,:,.',,'- -5. 1555, , M 'f - : .25 W.: V L. .5 .ij s If : ' , . 1 fi. . - ' M 2 li l ,,. 341 tgf Sports: Varsity - Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4, J.V. - Cross Country 2, Track 1, 2, Intra- mural -'- Baseball 2, 3. SUSAN ELLEN ZAUR She invariably was first over the fence in the mad pursuit of culture." u Activities: Yearbook Co-Editor-in- Chief 4, Apprentice 3, C.E.P. 'I, 2, Secretary 2, F.T.A. 274, Fox 3, Prom Committee 3, Election Com- mission 4, Fathers' Club Show I, Daisy Chain 3, New School Committee 3. Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 2, Basketball 1, Tennis 1. VIRGINIA A. WAHLQUIST "CI1eertuIness is the atmosphere under which all things thrive." Activities: F.T.A. 'I-4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Pep Club 3. SENIOR ILONA M. ZELLE "Woman are never at a loss for words." Activities: Dance Committee 1, Choir 1-4, All State Chorus 4. MARYLIN ZIMMER "I care not what the world thinks, I have my own opinions." Activities: Swimming Club 1, Jr. Red.Cross 1, F.T.A. 1, C.E.P. 1, 2, Chairman 2, Choir 1, Fox 3, Yearbook Apprentice 3, Commit- tee 4, Komian Play 3, 4, Thespian Play 3, 4, New School Commit- tee 3, Assembly Committee 3, Pep Club 3, Daisy Chain 3, Stage Crew Apprentice 1, Prom Committee 3, Newspaper 4, Spanish Discussion Group 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Softball, 2. MARY LOU BURGER "More great in heart and spirit than words could ever tell." 38 SEENA LEE ZIMMER "Quiet and shy 'till she catches your eye." Activities: Jr. Red Cross 1, C.E.P. 1, Freshman-Sophomore Plays 1, 2, Newspaper 3, 4, Yearbook Apprentice 3, Committee 4, Prom Committee 3, F.T.A. 2-4, Pep Club 3, Fathers' Club Show 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, Komian Play 3, 4, Dance Committee 1, Girls' Banquet Committee 3, New School Committee 3, Daisy Chain 3, library Aide 2, Spanish Dis- cussion Group 3, Handbook Com- mittee 3. Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Soft- ball 2. """"1llm.......?.. "':un....,,,N WMWQWGWQM ,,,,,, ,.., ,, wif' ffoff ,ff was-....,gQM.mN I -Mm. -.W--f-aux.. ,.,.... ,.... 4 ,, ,44,,.4 , umm-hm 'iam-... Wg? W ,ffm MW! Aff ,atm lm V pm' W-fvffdywwm 1 fx 1 ik . ......, W. W..,,.., www H-5 'W M, ,..... ,. N- ,,...,1 V-- RW Q.-w D 5 - 'SQTQN fffiqsgwfg, "0 'Q ' ' J f'l':'. 'IIN - 7' Vw 65:06. , bg W 'ltfeiffn 4 ' Av U. ugug. wp. s . Y. U. 'Q 'Sega S I 'U 'Q '. '. N l lg l 'Q 'n 4 S 1. v 'la '0l'vI'0 N- vfx X Q 4H'H'4"H4 ' N l " 1 1 1 Q vw. Q' f lb "' Q ' 111 1-- ,LN W EE 9' 'w?3'37'W3isW?7 " E 'gg' lffifi ?6'9:zztttzs,Vv'v- " 52:13 Z R X lm - 1 y f' Qs 5 ' -f if CHEERLIZ DER ,,,, i E. Lansing, .l.' Kostan, Wittenberg, P. Nelson, K. Gilligan,lCo-Capt.g M. Paccione, S. Ribner,lN. Feather, Co-Capt., W. Lineburgh, B. Miller. "Oh, my achin' back," 'filiust can'twalk another step," "Ohhh!" Yes, you probably heard these anguished words many times in September. Why, of course, all the moans and groans were from the sixtyodd girls who tried for positions as Andrew Warde's first cheerleaders. Regardless of the aches and pains, ten girls reigned triumphant, including freshmen Wilson.Lineburgh and Lisa Lansing, sophomore Judy Wittenberg, 'iuniors Betsy Miller, Susie Ribner, and Marilyn Pacione, and of course seniors Joan Kostan and co-captains Kay Gilligan and Nancy Feather. y g These girls had the difficult task. of beginning the hiss tory of the Andrew Warde cheerleaders, with new cheers and techniques that will set the precedent for many years to come. After many days of practice, they made their football debut in flashy crimson uniforms, which they made themselves, and with the aid of the spectators, successfully cheered on our new football team. After the close of our not too successful, but enioy- able, football season the vivacious cheerleaders reap- peared at basketball time to spur our team with renewed pep and vitality. ' We certainly all should give a cheer to the ten who helped make our first sports year entirely successful regard- less of the number offwins and losses. BRAVO!! Row 1: Feather, Co-Capt.: K. Gilligan, Co-Capt. Row 2: J. Wittenberg, P. Nelson, S. Ribner, VB. Miller,'lH W. Lineburgh, M. Paccione, J. Kostan, E. Lansing. 41 - L, ' S CCER J . u . -fi P 'ff This year's varsity soccer team, captained by Joe Cataldo and John Elwood, met with a trying season. fo .gi 1- Though it could hardly be called successful, the team ' Q '-1 gf holds one important, never-to-be-forgotten distinc- -' , - ig' tion, it won the first boys' varsity interscholastic game 9 F' Ag, I in the history of AndrewhWarde High School, a 3 to ' ' 2 victory over Greenwic . l1g",3 -Q-Lx At the beginning of the season the team was se- ' J" X' verely handicapped by lack of experience as shown .l.""' ,, by five straight defeats. Suddenly the team came gg- ' V, into its own, they very nearly upset Norwalk's county 'UN champions in a 2 to 1 loss. The hext game marked ' their victory over Greenwich and the season ended ' with two close defeats by Ludlowe and Stamford respectively. f 14x , The leading seniors of this '57 team were Bob .., E rf ' V Biebel, Lew Yurdin, John Elwood, Emil Frankel, Joe I N Catalclo, and Bill Godo. Next year's veterans will be llll 'M' " 1.1 Al Schmidt, Laurie Taylor, Doug Holmquist, Joe Sal- is 7 mon, Al Rosenthal, Dick Tobish, and Bill Lyons. L SCORES Warde ..... ,...... O West Haven ..,.. ..... 3 Warde ...... ...... l Stamford .... ...... 6 Warde ,.... ...,... 2 Greenwich .... .... 3 Warde ,...... ..... l Norwalk ..,.., ...... 2 Warde ...., .... 1 Ludlowe ........ .... 4 Warde ....,.. ...,. 3 Greenwich ..... ...... 2 Warde ..... .....,. 0 Norwalk ........... .,.. 5 Warde ....... ..... 1 Ludlowe ..,... ....., 2 Warde .,,.,. ....., 0 Stamford ......... ....... 3 Row 1: J. Newman, W. Jose, J. Cataldo, Co-Capt., J. Elwood, Co-Capt., A. Neigher, R. Biebel, J. Bordes, A. Shumofsky, Mgr.: Row 2: S. Kasden, A. Biro, D. Holmquist, R. Greenberg, M. Papp, J. Salmon, D. Tovish, Mr. Day, Mr. Kuzas. Row 3: F. Zimola, A. Schmidt, W. Godo, W. Lyons, L. Yudin, A. Bivens, E. Frankel, A. Rosenthal, S. Spear. CROSS COUNTRY In Cross Country, a sport which separates the men from the boys, Warde's "men" had rough going going this season against very strong competition. Although lacking in equipment and runners, the team was excellently coached by Mr. Frederick Klee. The team was well represented by Don Smilovitz, who placed first in several meets. Don also came in thirteenth place in the County Meet, which had about one-hundred and seenty-five entries competing. The other lettermen who composed Warde's first Cross Country team are Steve Tower, Lenny Sohlberg, Glen Shaffer, Joe Pechulis, and Seth Weintraub. Although defeated by a close score of 28-29, Warde's harriers made their best performance against Harding, one of the better teams in the county. Scores of the other contests consisted of one forfeit by Stratford and five losses. With an established team, better equipment, and a larger turnout, along with returning veterans next year's Warde's Cross Country team promises to become a winning one. Row I: R. Byiteck, D. Smilovitz, Capt., C. Schaffer, Mr. Klee. Row 2: H. Lee, Mgr., J. Stern, S. Tower, S. Weintraub, A. Olah, Mgr. SCORES Wa rde ..... .,..... w on Stratford ....... ........ f orfeit Warde ..... 67 Stamford ..... .. 20 Warde ..... 42 Ludlowe ....... ....... 2 O Warde ,.... 29 Harding .,..... .,..... 2 8 Warde ..... 42 Danbury ....... ....... 2 0 Warde ...,.. 40 Greenwich ...... ....... 1 5 43 l .W 2 ' ,, 1 fan A A.. V Q M its YY! it fr! -gf i ff" ' f fb Wits. 'F' r 'T' 'ilit 'iii-el 1- .,,g, A -11, V A Y 019: - n 'T V i f W V' J. I .WH ., If . li fmt 5 - 5 g, Q, ig. , ,H r . r. 1 5- -.s f 4: 44, L m ' r 1 C! 533 44 1' X Row T: R. Jennings, Co-Capt., R. Dakui, A. Greco, J. Spisak, R. Milavsky, D. Swanson, L. Broderson, J Renaud, P. Chalker, R. Solari. Row 2: R. Kardos, F. Gates, J. Mentes, R. Anderson, R. Scofield, A. Kokorda D. Howells, B. Slesinsky, J. Condon, D. Pisanelle, J Pekar. Row 3: Coach Jackson, J. Vincze, Mgr., B. Noga Mgr., L. Blum, Mgr., B. Shay, A. Fertko, H. Ratner, J. Flanagan, E. Carlson, M. Hayes, Coach Sierup Coach Tetreau. The first football team to represent Andrew Warde High School, coached by Mr. Fern Tetreau and captained by Russ Jennings and Bob Kasvinsky, was ably managed by Bob Noga and his assistant managers Lenny Blum and John Vince. A successful season was prevented by the lack of ex- perienced players, "Kas" was the only returning Ietterman on the squad. Although lacking experience, we faced our opponents with spirit and determination. A veteran-filled Greenwich team handed us a 40 to 7 defeat in our first encounter of the season. Ben Slesin sky had the distinction of scoring Warde's first touchdown The touchdown climaxed a sixty-five yard drive, which fea tured the running of Al Greco and Joe Renaud. As a result of breaking his leg during the kick-off, Dick Galley was sidelined for the remainer of the season A strong Milford squad defeated us by a count of 39 to O. Though never striking paydirt, our passing attack netted one-hundred and twelve yards on seven completions. In the Darien game, our offense was sparked by the Fading back for a pass . . . F001 gl kt Diss Wife . ..:l' ' W ,,'.Lf i' J i " 'T ' if' .. - if t A 7 is .N ' 'ft :Rl Q I T 5. iz' .K . - "" , fi' Fir, W, '- " , F , ,, wt .2 E . V YP- ox V' 5 passing of John "Rebel" Condon and Ben Slesinsky. After receiving a pass from "Rebel", Bob Kasvinsky lateraled to Andy Fertko, who sprinted thirty yards for a six pointer. John Pekar then hauled in two Slesinsky aerials for twenty- one and thirty-two yard gains. This drive culminated in our last touchdown. The game ended in favor of Darien, 50 to 12. The Bassick contest was an unhappy affair. John Pekar and Bob Kasvinsky were both forced to leave the game be- cause of iniuries. For Warde the game ended in a sad loss. The teams best effort, as well as one of the most ex- citing games, was against the Bullard Haven's eleven. Al- though the Tech boys were victorious, the game was nip and tuck all the way. Our only score of the afternoon was gained through a razzle-dazzle play in which Slesinsky passed to Dakai, who in turn lateraled to All Greco. The team had two drives halted within the Bullard Haven ten- yard line. The heralded defense was displayed at its gallant best. Won't get far that way! Warde Warde Warde Warde Warde Warde Warde Warde VARSITY SCORES 7 Greenwich .. .. 0 Milford ,..... . 'l2 Darien A, 0 Bassick .......... , ,. 6 Bullard Havens Stratford ......... 6 'I3 Central .. 6 Roger Ludlowe Row 1: R. Kardos, H. Ratner, R. Baedin, A. Terifay, D. Hart, C. Schaffer, J. Binkiwitz, B. Shay, F. Gates, J. Flanagan, R. Figlar. Row 2: Mr. Jackson, D. Foster, A. Szost, R. Zelenick, R. DeCesare, J. Schneider, E. Carlson, R. Conley, W. Paskowslci, L. Noga, D. Pelletier, J. Trenck, J. Vincze, L. Blum. of BOY VARSITY . . . h d Row 1: J. Mentes, A. Jacobs, J. Janovsky, l. Kocsis, D. Dakai, R. Kasvinsky, B. MacGregor, our Fmrfleld 'Nels laugh' ur C Costello. Row 2: Coach Jackson, A. Neigher, L. Blum, D. Holmquist, H. Ratnar, Coach Slerup, L. Taylor, T. Tuzzio, R. Noga, Mgr., F. Garrity, Mgr. T The first Andrew Warde basketball team turned in a record of 4 wins and 13 defeats. They twice overcame Ludlowe and Tech. ln the beginning of the season, Coach Bob Seirup counted on seniors, Dick Dakai and Bruce Mac- Greagor, to be the big guns for the Eagles. As the season progressed, Jim Jankowski's agressive play and the heavy scoring of vastly improved l.ou Kochis were invaluable assets to the team. The only two iuniors on the squad, .lack Mentes and Cris Costello, demonstrated some creditable perfor- mances, along with senior, Al Jacobs. Five promising J.V. hoopsters gained experience during the season. They includ- ed Howie Ratner, Tom Tuzzio, Ray Vlader, Doug Holmquist, and Laurie Taylor. Our first contest, which proved to be a 55-52 overtime victory over Roger Ludlowe, took place at the Mill Plain gym. The game was nip and tuck, and tension-packed. At the end of the regulation time the score stood tied at 49. The Warde boys quickly spurted to the lead in the overtime and then protected their lead. Dick Dakai was the outstanding Warde rebounder and scorer, as he tallied 20 points. "Jank" hit consistently and bucketed 14. Unfortunately for the team, they had to make schedule changes and play all these games away until the new gym was finished. The Eagles played nine away games in a row, only winning one. Stamford, Norwalk, and Stratford handed us three straight trouncings. On the other hand, Harding topped us, 105-75, by the fact they dunked in a fantastic percentage of their shots. Our team played well and scored in rapid repetition. Heading the list of scorers was Dick Dakai with 27, while Mentes and Kochis had 14 and 13 points respec- l.ou proves his skill as he gets the rebound. ASKETB LL VARSITY SCORES Wa rde 55 Ludlowe ......,, Warde 26 Stamford ....... Warde 46 Norwalk ....... Warde 42 Stratford ..,.... Warde 75 Harding .... Warde 42 Milford ........... Warde 51 Bassick .....,..... Wa rde 47 Bullard Havens ....... .... Warde 45 Prep ............... Warde 53 Central .......,.... ...,. Warde 40 Stratford ....... Warde 62 Milford ,..... Warde 52 Bassick ...... Warde 57 Tech .......... Warde 48 Harding ....... A Warde 56 Central ,..... Warde 89 Ludlowe ....... tively. Warde succumbed to Milford, who took advantage of a tremendous scoring spree, and to the Bassick Lions in a hard-fought game. Our six-game losing streak was terminated at the expense of Bullard Havens on their home court. Warde, leading throughout the game, outrebound and outshot the opponents. Bruce MacGregor was our top scorer with 17 points, followed by Dakai, who dropped in 16. After losing to Prep, the boys tangled with Stratford in the first game at the newly completed Warde gym. The visitors, who had previously sailed to a 71-42 victory, found rough competition this time, although they pulled the game out of the fire in the last quarter, finally winning 55-40. The Eagles next encountered Milford in one of the most exciting games of the schedule. Milford edged by us for a 1 point overtime victory, 63-62. Our boys made a spectacu- lar effort in the closing three minutes of the regulation game, by eliminating an 8 point deficit. Dick Dakai, Lou Kochis, JUNIOR VARSITY Row I: G. Englander, L. Taylor, T. Tuzzio, D. Holmquist, H. Ratnar, J. Dryer. Row 2: F. Garrity, Mgr., R. Tackas, B. Sizensky, A. Bennett, D. Hamilton, R. Wargo, W. Bufferd, Coach Jackson. A Get that rebound, Dick! and Bruce MacGreagor led the Warde scorers, hitting 19, 16, and 15 points respectively. Three out of our next four decisions were losses. In the Bassick game Warde made a mediocre showing, but Central and Harding found rough sledding - only piling up their point totals in the dying minutes of each game. Tech again fell prey to the Eagle attack, providing us with a much need- ed victory. The final score was 57-49, as Bruce MacGregor accounted for 19 of Warde's points. The final game of the season saw a return match against Ludlowe. Our cross town opponents, depleted by iniuries and further hampered by top notch Warde team- work, never made a contest of it. The Crimson and White, completely dominating the backboards, always maintained a sizable point advantage. Topping our scoring column were three seniors bowing out of the basketball limelight. Dick Dakai was individual high man with 21, closely-trailed by Bruce MacGregor with 16, and Lou Kochis who dropped in 11. Future generations of puck chasers will be faced with the inevitable challenge of equaling the undefeated, un- tied, 6-O record of Andrew Warde's first girl's hockey team. The girls, ably coached by Miss Helen Carroll and Miss Mary Carley, were sparked by strong front line players, Jane Pierce, Judy Ellis, Sandy Mentes, Gina Clarke, and Carolyn Newbold. The strong defensive line, composed of GIRL 9 Nancy Clarke, Carol Terebesi, Lynn Goulding, Chris Lawrie, Gail Goulding, Judy Brown, and Judy Pastore, held their opponents to a single goal for the entire season. The teams that tasted merciless defeat at the hands of the Fairfield "Eagles," were Ludlowe, Westport, New Canaan,,Danbury, and Stamford. The "Eagles" ended their victorious season with the impressive record of scoring twenty-two goals, with Row 7: C. Terebesi, V. Clarke, J. Pierce, S. Mentes, Row 2: J. Brown, C. Lauria, C. Newbold, N. Clarke. Row 3: M. Day, Mgr.: G. Goulding, J. Ellis, L. Goulding, J. Pastore, C. Kopso, Mgr. VARSITY Warde ..,, ............ 4 Warde ,..,... ....., 5 Warde ....... ..,... 4 Warde .....,, ..,... 3 Warde ....... ...,., 5 Warde .,..... ...... 'I SCORES Ludlowe ,,.,......, ...,. 0 New Canaan ...... ,.,.. 0 Westport ...... ...,. 0 Danbury .....,.. ,,... 'I Stamford ...., ..,.. 0 Westport .,... 0 H0 KEY Row l: G. Randall, M. Marks, C. Wallitzer, P. Navarette. Row 2: E. Stadler, A. Renzulli B. MacGregor, L. Abromaitis. Row 3: M. Day, B. Hames, L. Martensan, B. Carlson, P. Chanady, J. Wiley, J. Launer. only one goal scored against them. J A ln the Alumnae game, the highlight of the initial sea- son, the winded graduates suffered humiliating defeat. The sport's day, held at the'Greenwich Academy, was another memorable event of the season, it was there that Warde tied Bolton l-l and went .on tofdefeat-Danbury 3-0 and Bancroft 8-0. Judie Ellis madelthe Styvestant all school- girls' reserve team withfCarolyn,Nevvbold and Lynn'Gould- ing receiving honorablemention., Judy Ellis, Sandy Mentes, Gina Clarke and JanefPierce, with the rest of the team, oracticed hard toward ,achieving their record season., JUNIOR .VARSITY ,scones Warde, ,,,... ,..,.. g g ..,. 5. 2 gy Westport 0 Warde ...,. J ...... 2 New Canaan ..,. 0 Warde! ..... .. J... J .V 0 ljanbiJrYlQfl ,... 0 Warde .... 1 ,,.,. 2 1 Stamford ..,., . 0 Warde .... . ...., ,O Westport ...... 'l Warde .... ..,. 'l 4 V lLudlowe ...., .... . 'I 49 The Junior Varsity squad finished their season with a 3-2-l record. More important, the girls ac- quired valuable experience toward becoming mem- bers of next year's varsity team. Our varsity squad practiced often at Owen Fish Park. GIRL 9 Warde's first girls' basketball team, although winning only two out of its six games, succeeded in setting a fine ex- ample of sportsmanship by winning and losing graciously. The Fairfield sextet's most exciting game of the season was Warde's upset of a strong undefeated Westport team by the score of 58-46. Jane Pierce and Carol Terebesi spark- ed the team by scoring 20 points apiece. Sandy Mentes lended strong support by scoring T8 points. VARSITY SCORES Warde Westport ....., Warde Danbury ,..,., Warde Westport ...,. Warde Milford ,...... i , , Warde Ridgefield ..4,. ,. Miss Carley coaching the varsity players. Warde Darien '."..." VARSITY Row 1: J. Brown, C. Terebesi, J. Pierce, G. Clark, J. Heady. Row 2: J. Patuzzi, Mgr., S. Rlbner, L. Abromaitis, N. Clark, M. Sizerisky, S. Mentes, C. Kopso, Mgr. 50 KETBALL The varsity 9 were led by their co-captains, Gina Clarke and Jane Pierce. Jane, the team's high scorer, chalked up a total of 96 points in six games, including 25 points against Darien. Jane was assisted in the forward positions by seniors, Sandra Mentes, Carol Terebesi, who was second high scorer, Lynne Abromaitis, and Judy Brown. The guards were Gina Clarke, who also turned in some fine performances as forward, Nancy Clarke, Joan Heady, Suzy Ribner, and Lois Martenson. The Junior Varsity team ended the season with a 2-'I-3 record, and gave many girls an opportunity to participate in interscholastic competition and gain valuable experience for next year. The Burke twins, Denny and Jerry, proved great assets to the team by being high scorers and by con- fusing the opponents, who seemed to think that they were seeing double. JUNIOR VARSITY Row I: J. Scofield, D. Burke, C. Wallitzer, B. MacGregor, J. Yurdin, J. Burke. Row 2: J. l.auner, P. Navarette, B. Haines, J. Petrino, A. Renzulli, N. Powell. Co-captain Jane, is encouraged by teammates, Sandy and Gina. JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Warde ..... ........ I 4 Westport ......... ...... 'I 7 Warde ..... ..,...., 'I 8 Danbury .,....... ...... 8 Warde ..... ........ 2 6 Westport ......... ...... 3 3 Warde I ..,.. ........ 2 O Milford ....... ...... I 7 Warde ..... .... 'I 7 Ridgefield ,...... ...... 'I 7 Warde .,.., ....,.., 2 O Darien ...... ...... 'I 2 TRACK Enthusiastic underclassmen signing up for the track team. Andrew Warde's first track team suffered many hardships this year, but, was able to turn out a promising and spirited team. Due to the fact that the track at Warde wasn't ready, the team couldn't begin its schedule until late in April. Until that time the team worked out on the limited facilities at Warde, and on the Ludlowe track on alternate days. The team also suffered from lack of experience, since it had no Track candidates limbering up. returning lettermen from last year's Roger Ludlowe New England Champions. However, many boys from last year's Ludlowe squad, plus many new boys, came out for track, giving Coach Fern Tetreau hopes for a successful team in future seasons. The first track meet was the Fairfield University Invitation, after which as large a schedule as pos- sible was planned. These underclassmen are Andrew Warde's future track stars. TUDE T- FACULTY The boys' varsity is the champion! A KETBALL G The welcoming committee at the student faculty game Everyone had o good time watching the men faculty and the boys' vorsify. Howie Ratner tries to stop Mr. Christie. GAME BA EBALL SCHEDULE Prep ' .......4....,....,.................... Away Bassick ...,... Ludlowe .,....... Away Away Stratford ....,..... ....... H ome Harding ..........,........ ....... H ome Bullard Havens .....,,.. ....... H ome Central ...........,..... ....... H ome Norwalk ............ ....... A way Bassick ,..,... ....... H ome Central ..,.,.. ....... A way Staples .......,...... ....... H ome Milford .,..,..,....,.... ....... A way Bullard Havens .......,. ....... A way Ludlowe ............... ,....., H ome Baseball candidates are intent during a pre-season movie. F."-fries Q21 y XA: 1 gg . if eg B 3 N l . 4 .. fi qi? .X J if-S 5 s W wi, T:-U-,,,.. Andrew Warde's baseball team, under the excel- lent direction of Coach Jackson, began its first season in the early, bitter days of March. Interest in this sport was exceedingly high, and approximately one hun- dred and fifteen boys signed up with hopes of playing on our team. Many films which explained the basic techniques of baseball were made available to the boys. Before the weather became suitable, the candidates in pitch- ing and catching practiced in our new gym. As spring slowly arrived, practice was held at a nearby park. The team was led by last year's lettermen, Bob Biebel, Dave Swanson, and Dick Dakai, along with Bruce MacGregor. Molding an inexperienced team into a winning team was the task facing Coach Jackson. His spirit and the hard work of the team resulted in a very successful season. TENNf3 Row 1: J. l.eDoux, R. Schecter, J. Bowman, G. Horowitz. Row 2: Mr. Eldridge, S. Tower, S.. Banks, J. Bardos R. Hillman, R. Kasvinsky. Row 3: R. Adenstedt, J. Adams, J. Stern, H. Lee, P. Ringdlhelm, J. Magyar, J Kronfield. GOLF Row 1: R. Gleason, Klein, D. Nicholas, E. Sfamper. Row 2: D. Micholas, R. Gerda, D. leiberthal, J. Win- nick, Mr. Guarnaccia. 55 PECIAL E EN Students gather for a preview of the Fafher's Club Show. D.A.R. candidates were Judy Brown, Bev Reed, and Carol Terebesi. Bev was the recipient of the award. Joan Ringleheim besiowed honor upon Andrew Warde by winning the American Legion Oraforical Coniesi. A D ASSEMBLIE The women faculty limber up for the game. The entire student.body was entertained by the duo pianists in March. Foreign exchange students speaking at Andrew Warde's first all-school assembly. The girls' varsity tried hard to beat the women faculty but the game was tied. 57 2 i L was 5. . F . 1 - , HW 'f l - . "L' ' SH ig iMf5vifQi.i.i. -.,5,.i-fi! Egmfmywf-gk V3 NVQ if ' S329 ig! 5355 Vi, -. ,,,,. e Q W 1 V-i fi 2 12 .w,.,g.g,,.f2a p ., 'ii Q Q wi 551.2 3 az- M'-. f i feiwiiiqfi S2251 Kiif if ' f' " 2, E ii - , ' fV -- ef ff5fm2d??wiQ4ff:g ? f1 ' 12-Viiiewi isa- 1 E 1 ' ,igw :eff 1 "Z mfs.. if w i iff., V...AQ i Aww- 52:2 wglyf' 95 ,Vaxg:,..,.. 'ie ' a ...N mv .3 - I i'W3Wm:i',:-iw w 5 - - . .- emw- ' ,...,.. MMMVY' ii V ,.....,, "" 1 J . wg. 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A i I i ' yi ai Gi" 'Z 'imi :if Kei 1 1 f:fVafsf5i,iE Eff 2' 5: "-,' ii V V 5 ii I ' 9' vi H1 'ri SV! 55 5-PM E2 i ii " E .1 .. W.. - Vi of ' f- we .5-- J' ,. ,Q .. ., V if A 2 i l ei sf Vg E, f Wi.. 1 HM V if . ' Q n a ..., ,..',g1:.fzss1rsr:s Vi 5 ii IQ ii VI' if 5 2 if 2" i:, 5 1 3 V' f y? is f- f?f,.,,.i- fi E i i iw V if i iw so ii i Q Vg -me wi i i V V - i ff . V, - - -V ---- , --V-V V em I QQ! ' i . 'OJ' .gf Lf gig LM, gfx X x i i lv 3 Fw? f 2 Ui xx W Qi! Sfudents meet diversified inferesfs by uniting in various school cacfivifies. NATIO AL HO OR OCIETY Junior year N.H.S. members, Joan, Sue, Anne, and Emil. Not pictured, J. Brown and C. Chotkowski. The National Honor Society of Andrew Warde High School came into being in January 1957 when it received its charter from the National Council and officially became a chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools. The obiect of the so- ciety'is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in students of Andrew Warde. Membership, which is limited to iuniors and seniors, is based upon scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The charter members of the Andrew Warde Chap- ter, those seniors who were elected last year, are Joan Ringelheim, Susan Sheatsley, Anne Sostowski, Emil Frankel, and Charles Chotkowski. An impressive in- duction in May admitted several newly honored members. Row 1: E. Schwarz, S, Zaur, J. Sternberg, J. Brown, J. Ringelheim, J. Ellis, C. Gminski, A. Newton. Row 2: S. Ribner, J. Greenspun, R. Hidu, M. Zimmer, B. Greenspun, A. Risisky, B. Trenck, J. Chevalier, G. Goulding. Row 3: L. Cepero, E. Frankel, R. Solari, C. Chotkowsky, J. Ellwcocl, G. Horowitz. Not pictured: A. Sostowski, J. Schneider, S. Sheatsley, S. Shapiro, M. Zimmer, C. Demarest. 59 MQDER Us C MA TER Row l: A. Sosfowski, L. Wieland, P. McElwain, E. Canning, B. Navarehe, N. Mamrus, S. Sheafsley, N. Powell, C. Wallifzer, J. Brown, Mr. German. Row 2: J. Schneider, C. Grubb, J. Ringelheim, S. Shapiro, J. Hawley, R. Adensferh, C. Chofkowski, E. Frankel, G. Brauner, C. Takacs, B. Petro, V. Judd, L. Strauss. Q ILL SCRGLL Row 1: C. Demaresf, A. Sosfowski, S. Zaur, A. Newton, B. Trenck, C. Chofkowski. Row 2: B. Hillman, J. Borona, M. Kranyik, F. Pokras, C. Gminski, R. Hidu. 60 THE SPIANS Row T: Mrs. Busch, L. Cepero, S. Sheatsley, G. Griffin, B. Butler, S. Weintraub, C. Newbold. Row 2: .l. Casal, A. Sostowski, A. Newton, J. Ringelheim, S. Shapiro, J. Adams. A new school, new auditorium, and new Thespian Charter set the stage for our first Thespian play. This play marked the first time that a serious vehicle, rather than the usual comedy, was presented by students of a Fairfield high school. The brand new auditorium of Andrew Warde High School was christened April 5th and 6th with the Thespian's production of Thornton Wilder's American classic, Our Town. Our Town, a play about Grover's Corner's, a small town in New Hampshire, was given by the Thespians as it was produced on Broadway, with emphasis on acting and the use OUR TOWN CAST Stage Manager ........ Dr. Gibbs .........,..,. Joe Crowell .... ,.,... Howie Newsome . .,.. . Louis Cepero Ken Byers Bob Lear David Zimmer Mrs. Gibbs ....,..,.......,............. '. Kay Levine Mrs. Webb .,.....,........ Marlene Alexander George Gibbs ...,.,............ Seth Weintraub Rebecca Gibbs ......... Wally Webb ....... Sheila Feld Allen Milbauer Emily Webb .........,.............. Gayle Griffin Professor Willard ..... Mr. Webb ................... Charles Chotkowski Jerry Stern Simon Stumson .......,....,......... Len Sohlberg Mrs. Soames ....,........ Constable Warren ..,, Si Cromwell .............. Sam Craig ..........., Joe Stoddard ..,........ People of Town ........ . Barbara Greenspun Ray Avery Jerry Greenblatt Dick Ference ......... Pete Solari Choir Two baseball players .......... Russ Jennings Lady in box ,....... ...... Man in Auditorium Robin Scofield Sue North Russ Jennings Woman in Balcony ...... ....,..... S ue North ofa bare stage with lighting effects. The audience recogniz- ed the cast of this 'successful production as established Thespians whose past performances had distinguished them. Requirements for membership in the Thespian Society are ten points earned in any phase of dramatics during the four years of high school. The Thespian Society is under the competent direction of Mrs. Catharine Busch. The officers for this year were Louis Cepero, president, Seth Weintraub, vice-president, Barbara Butler, treasurer, Susan Sheatsley, secretary, and Gayle Griffin, scribe. Thespians are led by Lou Cepero, president, in a dis- cussion about play finances. TAGE CRE Row 1: S. Feld, J. Adams, C. Chotowski, J. Greenberg, A. Pecker, G. Curtis. Row 2: A. Chacho, E. Hunt, D. Zimmer, H. Barske, J. Strauss, J. Strauss, Mr. Salafia. Row 3: J. Strauss, A. Sostowski, S. North, L. Cepero, R. Kiraly, D. Marden. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS R. Scofield, Mr. Wile, M. Hayes, A. Renzulli, L. Sohlberg. A- TBYNGYJ R- Adensfddff E- SIUYIQU1 F- GGYFITY- 62 K TI G CLUB Row ,i: S. Hutchinson, R. Delorento, F. Fortuna, S. Feld, S. Hobson, R. Knot, R. Molnar, K. Reade, D. Fin- singer, K. Kober, J. Patuzzi, B. Sharek. Row 2: J. Williams, P. Fazekas, P. Palohar, F. Swietonowski, M Dokurno, P. Harrison, J. Simko, T. Edwards, L. Allman, M. A. Paccione, R. Gaidos, R. Fenning, J. Launer Row 3: N. Mamrus, M. Ciarmiello, M. Szobacsan, J. Korcsmaros, D. Kinsman, B. Romano, P. Bagnall, B Baker, B. MacGregor, S. Lee, S. O'Connor, P. Drew, B. Angus, J. Clark, M. Harrington, N. Knott, J. Piper, S. Buturla. Row 4: D. DeSalle, S. Mentes, B. Kovacs, P. Turoczi, M. Fulop, M. Whitney, R. Rosenfeld, B Grosshans, B. Johnson, N. Leech, I. Fulop, P. Chanady, B. Polras, E. Molnar, P. Branas, C. Aquilante, D Paskowski, C. Rich. Row 5: M. Lettino, B. Sceidens, J. Hauser, M. Marsilio, E. Confaloni, L. Wasko, M Meslick, J. O'Hara, M. Tierney, B. Basik, P. Pagliuco, A. Pecker, M. Alpert, B. Heady, L. Johnson, G. Hutchko, J. Heady, B. DeMino, A. Purcell, C. Brenin. Row 6: J. MacDonald, M. Riha, B. Bossert, M. George, B. Noga, J. Zazeck, S. Del Vento, A. Nemeth, J. Scogg, G. Schaffer, E. Wright, M. Molloy, P. Pennell, B. Jesterby, Homiiiiillff CL B Row i: L. Wieland, D. Rosenthal, J. Szalay, B. Benedetti, M. Elwood, M. Buchino, M. Molloy, T. Edwards J. Launer. Row 2: J. Lltwln, M. Komar, C. Walsh, S. Ostravage, D. Bourgois, D. Deveaux, C. Bishop, L Geoghagen, B. Carlson. Row 3: L. Nelson, K. Garrity, P. Korbovanec, A. Purcell, G. Huchko, D. Brewster, Mrs. O'Dwyer. GIRL 9 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO Row 1: P. Turoczi, E. Hunt, J. Patuzzi, K. Garrity, A. Pecker, J. Greenberg, C. Terebesi, P. Fakazas, C. Lauria, B. Reed, N. Clarke. Row 2: B. Kovacs, J. Pastour, J. Schopick, C. Wallitzer, N. Powell, J. Launer,' P. Naverette, L. Geohegan, P. Powell, J. Schneider, R. Fenning, A. Witsil. Row 3: S. Mentes, M. Ciarmiello, B. Haines, A. Penzulli, P. Chanady, M. Sizensky, N. Szalay, L. Goulding, L. Abromaitis, J. Korcsmaros, N. Klein, J. Sternberg, J. Pierce. Row 4: M. Szobocsan, J. Heady, J. Dalton, K. Gilligan, J. Brown, A. Sostowski, C. Demarest, M. Pecker, S. Sheatsley, J. Ellis, G. Clarke. Not pictured: P. McCulloch. Each year, on the hockey field, the bas- ketball court, and the softball diamond, many athletic minded girls endeavor to earn enough points to receive their nu- merals, bronze pin, and membership into the Girls' Athletic Association. Upon reaching fifteen points, she receives medal and chain and silver pin. The next goal in sight is twenty points, for which she receives a white sweater and honored membership in the "F" club. GIRL 9 GC 99 CLUB For the first time in the "F" club's history, the members could be seen wearing "F" 's of both black and orange, and crimson and white. No matter what the color, each member was equally proud of the accomplishments the "F" stands for. The reward for reaching twenty points, which entitles a girl membership in the "F" club, is a treasured gold pin and sweater. 64 Row 1: J. Brown, C. Terebesi, J. Pierce, G. Clark, B. Reed. Row 2: P. Powell, M. Sizensky, C. Kopso, L. Abromaitis. Row 3r S. Mentes, J. Ellis, J. Pastore. Row 1: D. Kinsman, C. Tackas, E. Molnar. Row 2: E. Wright, C. Chotkowski, Mr. German, R. Lockwood. GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE Last June four Wardites, Carol Terebesi, Bob Kasvinsky, Charles Chotkowski, and Russ Jennings, were honored with the privilege and distinction of attending the Nutmeg Boys' State. and Laurel Girls' State. Sponsored by the American Legion, this annual event is held at the University of Connecticut. It is part of a nation-wide program, the purpose of which is to instill in the youth of today a better understanding of government, both local and state, in order that they may be better able to run the government of tomor- row. Both the educational and social aspects of Boys' and Girls' State are successfully combined in one pro- gram. This program which covers almost every pos- sible interest is highlighted by the Grand Inaugural Ball. C. Chotkowski, R. Kasvinsky, R. Jennings, C. Terebesi. A select group of musicians and chorus members represented Andrew Warde High School at the All-State Music Festival which was held in Hartford on October 24th and 25th in the Bushnell Memorial. This group was only one among the many which represented their schools from all' over the state. The twelve musicians and chorus mem- bers from Warde, along with the members representing Ludlowe, departed by char- tered bus at the early hour of 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Upon their ar- rival in Hartford, the students went direct- ly to their respective rehearsal places, where many hours of preparation resulted in an excellent concert. ALL STATE CHOIR I. Zelle, J. Stern, A. Sostowski, J. Hawley, R. Bouchard, S Shapiro, Miss Burgstclller. ALL STATE BAND AND ORCHESTRA - J THEATER CL B Row 1: P. Roihbard, B. Wettensfein, M. Brooks, J. Scofield, R. Lear, L. Simons, S. Hirsch, E. Meshkin, S. Stein. Row 2: L. Hoffman, P. Danberg, P. Desanli, M. Havery, M. Musanfe, E. Tower, J. Yurdin. Row 3: J. Greenblah, S. Frankel, D. Lieberthal, R. Siereno. HE I TRY CL B Row 1: S. Zimmer, J. Greenberg, M. Zimmer, J. Brown, J. Pierce, P. McCulloch, P. Powell, M. Pecker. Row 2 G. Clark, A. Sosfowski, J. Krawilz, E. Friedman, B. Reed, A. Risisky, B. Greenspun, B. Plotkin, C. Newbold K. Dowling, C. Randall, G. Goulding, M. Day. Row 3: A. Jacobs, B. MacGregor, E. Frankel, L. Yurclin, J Casale, J. Adams, R. Milavsky, J.- Magyar, R. Solari. Row 4: J. Renaud, J. Elwood, J. Zaczek, R. Kiraly R. Bieble, L. Bedford, J. Godman. 1 LIBRARY CLUB Row 1: L. Hansen, P. Cacciola, S. Clowry, M. Kaubovonec, D. Palouso, E. Barate, J. Tomaskovec, M. Weaver, A. Koscel, D. Branneckz Row 2: P. Godo, B. Turnt, J. Kaplan, R. Re, S. Beardsley, B. Toman, J. Norkus, M. Harrington, S. Zatka, K. Kober, J. Palmolski, J. Orasz. Row 3: Miss Annett, J. Hada, C. Brenin, P. Bodie, G. Greenhaigh, M. Swist, P. Harrison, M. Buchino, D. Devaux, P. Fakazas, K. Garriety, R. Runyon, S. Feld, Mrs. Plumber. Row 4: P. Danberg, J. Gaduto, C. Anderson, E. Sommers, D. LoBaissiere, E. Savage, J. Krawitz, S. Ostravage, R. Szost, J. Wood, E. Canning. Row 5: J. Kochis, M. Havery, L. Bloom, S. Belezi, B. Medvegy, N. Batis, P. Ney, J. Ney, J. Heller, G. Cannone, L. Bergen, J. Chevalier, R. Levine. Despite the fact that the library was not completed at the commencement of school, Andrew Warde librar- ians, Mrs. Mildred Plummer and Miss Eleanor Annett, could still be found busily engaged in making plans for the functioning of the library after its completion. Receiving, unpacking, numbering, and cataloguing new books were among their many tasks. With the help of student library aides these duties were soon completed and plans for the opening of the new library were well under way. In March the library officially opened and students and teachers were able to use and enjoy its modern facilities and limited books which in years to come will grow into a modern, up-to-date selection. Miss Annett, Mrs. Plummer, B. MacGregor, P. Ney, Mrs. Landauer, L. Hansen. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE . . . C. Terebesi, B. Kasvinsky, Mr. Day, D. Altman. CHOOL This year, for the first time, the school council has been composed of both students and faculty. This influential body, establishing and enforcing school rules and students' privileges, has, through committees and commissions, play- ed an active part in the organizing of extra-curricular and social activities. This year's school government sys- tem has provided opportunities for a maximum of students to develop interest, responsibility and leadership abilities. Actively working even before school opened, the coun- cil held a meeting, the purpose of which was to prepare the members to guide and orient other students during the first confusing days of school. An all day School Council work- shop was then held. At that time the initial problems were discussed, and suggested solutions were acted upon. The council has striven to obtain the activities requested by the majority of the students. One of the council's most successful accomplishments has been the basketball can- teens, sponsored by the Social Committee. These canteens operated on a non-profit basis and provided the students with a place to go, amid an informal atmosphere, after games. One important function of the council has been to aid in the promotion of school spirit through pep rallies, and l l Row 1: J. Judd, Secretary: R. Kasvinsky, President: S. MacQuarrie, Vice-President, C. Terebesi, Treasurer. Row 2: J. Brown, P. Steele, J. Ringelheim, S. Koi, M. Elwood, Y. Navarette, G. Greenhalgh. Row 3: E. Frankel, A. Witsil, D. Altman, J. Wittenberg, B. Reed, J. Sternberg, L. Sohlberg, A. Neigher. Raw 4: Miss Burgstaller, Mr. Magee, Mr. Hague, Mr. Christie, Mr. Ambrose, Miss Harvey. 68 COUNCIL through these pep rallies to build up a sense of school pride. The council's hospitality committee has provided escorts for visitors and new students entering our school for the first time. Among its many services to the students, the service committee can boast of distributing sports schedules. The Council has trie,d to make the students of Warde more aware of communityactivities through such committees and commissions as finance, community chest, and service. Above all, the council has bravely tried to set up worth- while and lasting traditions to be followed in our school government organizations of the future. Because of the support of the student body and the administration, these attempts have been successful. STUDE T EXCHA GE MMISSION I FOREIGN EXCHANGE . . . Row 1: K. Kober, B. Bieble, J. Varaljay, M. Harrington, L. Wieland. Row 2: J. Kronfeld, L. Sohlberg, J. Norkus, C. Tackas, L. Strauss, W. Ashby. ln Roger Ludlowe High School last year, the Sophomore Class began a project intended to improve relations be- tween American and European students. This project was then turned over to the Student Council. This year in Andrew Warde High School, a commission, known as the Student Exchange Commission has worked diligently to obtain enough money to bring a European student to our school for one year. In this way it is hoped that both the American and the European students will have an opportunity to learn nd understand more about one another. With the co-operation of the entire student body, he Exchange Commission has successfully conducted various money-making projects, such as selling newspaper sub- scriptions and Andrew Warde booster buttons, and sponsor- ing a Freshman dance and a Faculty-Student basketball game. Warde's first assembly was sponsored by the Foreign Exchange Commission. A guest speaker from the American Field Service, an American student who had participated in the program, and a Danish exchange student presented an explanation of the foreign exchange student program. Through these efforts next year the Commission will have the pleasure of welcoming to Andrew Warde an ex- change student. 69 PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMISSION . . . H. Smith, A. Witsil, D. Dakai, L. Lansing, R. Ray. The students serving on the Public Relation committee handled all the publicity for the school council events. Their principle functions were to interpret the work of the council to the whole school and to publicize the qctivities of the school to the entire community. TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE . . . R. Solari, J. Curtis, J. Brown, Mr. Laurner. Providing bus transportation to any school function held out of town has been the purpose of the Transportation Com- mittee. The members have also obtained chaperones for these buses. SCHOOL COUNCIL COMMITTEES HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE . . . Row I: D. LaBossiere, M. Buzas, M. Delorenzo, M. B. Elwood, J. Greenberg, R. Rosenberg. Row,2: S. Tower, J. Sternberg, A. Percell, M. Bergis, M. Suras, S. Carp. Members of the Hospitality Committee have been on duty in the council room at all times during the school day. They have been available to escort any visitors or new students through our school. These committee members have also clone council work and have acted as school messengers. SOCIAL COMMITTEE . . . J. Herman, B. Seidens, J. Brown, Miss Grover, J. Sternberg, A. Neigher. Any social event that has been directly or indirectly sponsored by the school council has been handled by the Social Committee. I For the student body the committee this year, initiated can- I teens that have been held after basketball games. 1 CLUB COMMISSION . . . V. Quinn, P. Turoczi, C. Lauri. All of the clubs and most of the extra-curricular activities have been organized through specifications of the Club Commission. This year the Club Commission presented a charter to each certified club. SCHOOL COUNCIL COMMISSIONS ELECTION COMMISSION . . . P. Turoczi, Miss Harvey, J. Ringel- heim, C. Humphrey, V. Navarette. Each of the school's elections, such as for class and council officers, has been conducted by the Election Commission. The members have set up all the limitations. COMMUNITY CHEST . . . R. Conley, L. Strauss, Miss Burg- staller, E. Frankel, L. Short. The Community Chest Commission has initiated the "Eagle's Nest," which was this year's drive to collect money for the various charitable organizations. The con- tributions pledged by each student were collected and allocated to these charitable organizations. FINANCE COMMITTEE . . . G. Brauner, C. Terebesi, R. Hillman. The members of the Finance Committee have handled the col- lection of money for blanket tax. Whenever needed, they have helped plan next year's school budget. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE . . . Mr. German, M. Swist, G. Green- halgh, L. Bloom, A. Shumofsky. Although the auditorium was not ready for use most of the year, the Assembly Commission was able to sponsor rallies and en- tertainment. This commission's function has been to arrange for varied assembly program next year. HANDBOOK COMMITTEE . . . J. Kraskie, B. Baker, S. Beardsley, P. Danberg. The members of the Handbook Commission have prepared a guidebook for next year's students and teachers in our school. Row 1: S. Denter, K. Kilburn, C. Wallitzer, A. Koliada, T. Tomac, L. Short, G. LaQuessa, N. Kielbus, N. Barlow. Row 2: J. Holcomb, G. Hanz, S. Munson, N. Mamrus, N. Powell, E. Eli, E. West, D. Korczokowski. Row 3: Miss Burgstaller, P. Bagnall, C. Grubb, L. Johnson, C. Kranyik, C. Bulkey, L. Elwood, T. Edwards, B. Petro, M. Fulop, A. Nemeth. Row 4: M. Riha, G. Burke, S. Wysocki, C. Jurgielewicz, J. Heske, S. Setterlund, K. Ember, D. Burke, H. Domeika, E. Siavrakas. CADET CHOIR The Cadet Choir was composed of forty-five mem- in preparation for the Concert Choir. One of the big- bers, which consisted entirely of girls. Their aims were gest events of the choir was the first Spring Concert to acquire a group feeling, to improve their music reading ability, and to learn some basic fundamentals on May 3, 1957. CONCERT CHOIR The members of the Concert Choir gather second period in our modern music wing to practice hymns, spirituals, or popular selections from Broadway Musicals. These days of practice have enabled the Choir to enjoy a satisfying and enioyable season of performances. The group appeared before the Mothers' Club ancl Fathers' Club and participated in the annual Spring Concert. Row 1: E. Friedman, J. Strauss, R. Fenning, B. Navarette, D. Perigyi, M. Piccini, R. Re, J. Strauss, P. Nelson, J. Schneider, S. Sheatsley, J. Ellis, S. Shapiro. Row 2: G. Curtis, J. Binkiwitz, E. Puradis, R. Adenstedt, D. Hamilton, B. Horvath, R. Bouchard, E. Munson, B. Bossert, C. Bishop. Row 3: J. Ringelheim, S. Weintraub, J. Schneider, D. Kinsman, J. Stern, J. Hawley, L. Hamilton, E. Frankel, G. Braunner, l. Zelle, B. Baum. Row 4: S. Ribner, H. Baraske, G. Barrity, J. Riha, L. Strauss, V. Judd, A. Sastowski, E. Berg, M. Kraynik, C. Randall, P. Jacobs, M. Blais, M. Sherwood, Miss Burgstaller. .,,W. ,...ee:e4 .,-. f Row 1: L. Sohlberg, S. Buturla, E. Canning, M. Fekete, J. Brown, C. Taclras. Row 2: R. Demarest, G. Randall, B. Johnson, Mr. German. ORCHE TR Perhaps one of the least known of all the musical organizations at Andrew Warde is the orchestra, which boasts ofa select membership of nine musicians. These zealous individuals meet daily to practice and prepare themselves for the annual Spring Concert in which they display the result of their year's labor. The orchestra, or ensemble as it should be called because of its size, is composed of stringed instruments: five violins, two cellos, one base, and a piano. Clare Takacs, one of the outstanding members of the group, brought honors to Warde by representing the school at the Connecticut All-State Orchestra in Hartford, as well as the All-Eastern Orchestra in Atlantic City, New Jersey. J. Brown, C. Tackas ADET BAN Row 1: D. Bonnett, W. Koza, B. Mackey, J. Ingham, A. Allison, L. Sherman. Row 2: P. Cavel, R. McCulloch, K. Gould, F. Gates, B. Ellis, L. Tashman, Mr. German. S On September 6th, Andrew Warde officially open- ed its doors as FairfieId's second high school, although facilities were not complete. For the first few months the band members practiced in the cellar. The band room was completed in January '57. Now in the beautifully constructed room under the very capable leadership of Mr. German, the band practices each day during 5th period. On the football field, decked out in their dazzling new crimson uniforms and performing their marching routine, was a band of which Andrew Warde students could well be proud. The band played for the Fathers' Club at their February meeting. Each type of instrument was dem- onstrated by members of the band. They explained its range and function as well as its division, such as woodwind, brass, or percussion. This gave some mem- bers a chance to show their talent with a brief solo. A popular feature of the band's program is its Spring Concert. This gives the families and friends a chance to enjoy their work. As each year progresses we hope that the band will continue to grow and to arouse cheering and sing- ing, and, most of all, school spirit. CO CERT B Row I: R. Lockwood, W. Godo, P. McElwain, R. Scofield, C. Chotkowski, G. Shapiro, L. Wieland. Row 2: A. Bivens, J. Spisak, T. Kocsis, M. Pennell. Row 3: E. Wright, A. Olah, P. Bassit, S. Frankel, C. Costello, R. Stills, J. Solomon, G. Allison, J. Ingham. Row 4: W. Cosa, R. McCulloch, G. Herman, R. Figlar, A. Biro, J. Pizarro, D. Kinsman, K. Molnar, R. Molnar. Row 5: B. Elizs, F. Gates, J. Reddin, R. Hillman. Row 6: S. Clowry, A. DeMatia, W. Schiller, D. Strauss, A. Sansone, D. Cummings, J. Estess, Mr. German. IRLER J. Komarami, B. Angus, B. Petro, V. Zacsek, J. Clark, M. George, M. Melick, V. Chmielewski, N. Kielbus, D. Feurbucher, B. Seidens, l.. Hine, J. Horvaih. PEP CL B Row l: M. Whitney, B. Szaluy, G. Allison, R. Hidu, J. O'Connor, J. Greenspun, L. Bergen, B. Welfensieln, S. Smith, R. Rosenwald, M. Paccione, W. linebergh. Row 2: S. Cioffi, E. Tower, S. O'Connor, P. McEIwain, J. Pasfore, M. Harrington, V. Clark, M. Van Horn, C. Wallitzer, J. Pierce, N. Bariholoweu. Row 35 S. Stein, P. Desanfe, N. Gaiis, l.. Vofre, H. Domeiku, El Croisure, E. Sommers, P. Karbonec, L. Strauss, P. Marsinko, D. Korczakowski, C. Pitts, D. DeVaux, P. Blumdale. Row 4: B. Sharek, B. Shiffer, B. Grosshans, S. Lee, R. Knof, B. Mackey, P. Pennell, B. Jesterby, A. Emery, E. Krokowski, N. Knot, J. Peipher, P. Bagnall. Row '51 M. Ciameillo, R. McGrath, J. MacDonald, K. Saicher, J. Augusl, S. Seigle, P. Roihbard, R. Molnur, M. Melick, M. George, J. Horvath, B. Seidens, C. Rich. KOMIAN S Andrew Warde's iunior dramatic group, working under the adopted title of Komians, found themselves in the unique position of lacking a stage on which to rehearse and perform. However, despite the diffi- culties, "the show must go on" and with the fine acting and strong determination of Komian players success was reached. Through a maze of coffee containers and homework papers Mrs. Katherine Busch and Miss Alice Ogalin could be seen directing student talents Komians and Thespians trying out for their Spring production. in Kaufman and Hart's zany three act comedy You Can't Take It With You. The play was preformed in Roger Ludlowe audi- torium and the audience testified to its success with prolonged applause. The strain of tedious rehearsals and hours of worries combined with opening night litters caused many cast members and also such lead- ing players as Lou Cepero, Kay Levine, Seth Wein- traub, and Fran Pokras to declare they would never be in another play . . . until the next one. Komians l.ou, Ray, Kay, Pete, Connie and Don rehearse for Andrew Warde's first play "You Can't Take It With You." Row I: S. Rosenwald, M. Zimmer, S. Feld, G. Griffin, S. Sheatsley, J. Ringelheim, S. Shapiro, M. Pecker, B. Greenspun. Row 2: A. Carlson, C. Kopso, B. Kennedy, K. Scinto, B. Plotkin, S. North, E. Munson, M. Kraynik. Row 3: Mrs. Busch, A. Chacho, J. Krawitz, J. Greenberg, P. Ney, K. Garrity, S. Perlstein, A. Pecker, B. Pokras, A. Sostowski. Row 4: C. Walsh, R. Kiraly, J. Adams, S. Weintraub, L. Cepero, C. Chotkowski, M. Hayes, J. Curtis, P. Solari, R. Ference, J. Casale. F.T. . According to its officers and active members, the first year of the Future Teachers of America at Andrew Warde was highly successful. Due to the interest shown in the Future Teachers' organization by the faculty and the guest speakers, many students have definitely decided upon a career of teaching. This year, under the able guidance of Miss Ella Rice and Mr. Leonard 'Launer, the F.T.A. has enjoyed a varied and interesting program. Speakers have included the Director of Admissions from New Haven State Teachers' College, a speech therapist, and a representative from New Britain State Teachers' College. The F.T.A. members have seen films pertaining to the various areas of teach- ing, these pictures proved educational as well as inter- esting. Delegates attended two conferences in Hamden and Cheshire, Connecticut. At the beginning of the school year, a meeting was set aside for the very impressive installation ceremony, during which the students repeated the F.T.A. pledge and lighted candles. Miss Mariorie- Banks, sponsor of the Roger Ludlowe F.T.A., spoke about the work of the F.T.A., its aims and ideals, and the work that various chapters throughout the country have accomplished. The Andrew Warde Chapter of the F.T.A. is named for Sylvia B. Johnson, former English teacher at Roger Ludlowe and one of the founders of the F.T.A. there. Officers of the organization are Pam Hill, President, Bruce MacGregor, Vice President, Jean Herman, Record- ing Secretary, Mary Alice Day, Corresponding Secretary, Gail Goulding, Treasurer, and Peggy Karbovanec, Pro- gram Chairman. Members of the F.T.A. consider future plans with a guest speaker. Guests from New Britain State Teachers College show slides to the F.T.A. Row 1:J Piefer, D. Eli C Hum hr M. Pennell S Beardsle E. Krozi . , . p y, , , y, er, G. Schempp, K. Svenningsen, P. Pavoni, K. Dowling, M. Kraynik. Row 2: M. Lelorenzo, E. Canning, P. MacGregor, G. Goulding, M. Zimmer, S. Feld, B. Scilagyi, J. Launer. Banberg, A. Risisky, A. Krantz, L. Abromaitis, P. Naveratte, G. Hughes, J l. Bergen, C. Carlson, B. MacGregor, J. Mailloux, B, Mackey, Miss Rice. Burke, K. Ember, M. Harrington, C. Jurgliewicz, G. Burke, A. Purcell, E. Herman. Row 5: B. Bereca, B. Petro, R. Knot, A. Zuzick, M. Buza, S. Buda, C. Bishop. Karbovenac, P. Hill, M. Day, B. Row 3: Mr. launer, S. Buturla, P. . Varaliay, J. Greenberg, B. Toman, Row 4: M. Fekete, J. Ingham, D. Siavrokas, J. Norkus, B. Baum, J. 77 C. Terebesi, C. Vlantes, S. Shapiro, THE CRI S N CRIER Young iournalists of the "Crimson Crier" gather to discuss the next issue. 78 With a new school came the inevitable organi- zation of a new newspaper. With it also came the establishment of a new concept of high school iour- nalism. Wardites were surprised when the first "policy stating" issue of the Crimson Crier appeared promising the student body "more than a series of daily bulletins or gossip . . . news as it happens, the complaints as well as the compliments of readers," and "contro- versial matters from all sides." A new policy of co-operative editorialship was EDITORIAL STAFF Peggy Karbovanec Jay Kronfeld Lisa Lansing John Mentes Paul Ringleheim Ilona Zelle Rolf Adenstedt Robert Anderson James Borona Charles Chotkowski Gail Goulding Judy Greenberg Gershon Horowitz Managing Editor .........................,...... Robert Hillman Copy Editor ...........,......,................. Constance Gminski News Editors .......,.... Rose Marie Hidu, Joan O'Connor Photographer ............ - .......................... Daniel Smith Typists ...,.............. Linda Bergen, Maureen Harrington Advisors ........ ........ G . Scott Wright, Charlotte Shea, Arnold Wile established with a new and enthusiastic staff. The wheels now began to roll. Reporters followed up assignments, editors proofread material, checked gal- Ieys, wrote headlines, and played .Sherlock Holmes tracking down lost assignments, typists and photo- graphers all played their part and the monthly "Crier", with the much appreciated aid of staff advisors Mr. Scott Wright, Mr. Arnold Wile, and Mrs. Charlotte Shea, reached the anxious hands of Warde readers. Row I: G. Goulding, E. Lansing, R. Hidu, J. O'Connor, M. Karbovanec, J. Greenberg. Row 2: D. Smith, G. Horowitz, C. Gminski, B. Hillman, L. Bergen, M. Harrington. Row 3: Mr. Wilde, B. Anderson, J. Mentes, J. Barona, J. Kronfield, R. Adenstadt, C. Chotkowski, Mr. Wright. THE WARDE EEKLY EDITORIAL STAFF Managing Editor .,.......,.............,........ Margie Kranyik Copy Editor ..,...... ....... D ave Lieberthal News Editor .... ..... E velyn Siavrakes Art Editor ........,.,............. ....... B onnie Kirsten Publications Manager .........,.............. Sue Hutchinson Office Managers .... Michele Sullivan, Bev Wettinstein Typist Manager ........,.....,........,............ Judy Petrovich Each week the student body looks forward to receiving an edition of the Warcle Weekly which was established in January. This newspaper functions as a separate unit, independent of the parent newspaper, THE CRIMSON CRIER. Through this paper the student Marge Kranyik, editor of the Warde Weekly, prepares for the next issue. body was kept well informed of current happenings in and about school by the Warde Weekly. The weekly paper also afforded upcoming iournalist enthusiasts the opportunity to gain experience and thus ably fill editorships of years to come. Row 1: J. Goldberg, S. Hutchinson, B. Wettenstein, M. Kranyik, E. Siavrakas, M. Sullivan, B. Kirsten, 5. Tower. Row 2: J. Nardozi, S. Smith, C. Brenin, S. Sabo, B. Turro, A. Plunsky, D. Altman, M. Harrington, C. Ember, Mr. Wright. Row 3: P. Harrison, M. Alpert, M. Putnick, V. Kochis, K. Sacher, J. Mosefky, J. Greenspun, P. McElwain, J. Chevalier, C. Garriety, A. Neigher. Row 4: L. Bergen, T. Edwards, P. Bodie, J. Scofield, G. Allison, P. Jacobs, M. Molloy, J. Varaliay. Row l: S. Tower, D. Altman, J. Varaliay, J. Greenspun, E. Schwartz, J. Greenberg, S. Goldberg. Row 2: J. Korcsmaros, R. McGrath, M. Scozbacsan, N. Lindahl, J. Miller, l.. Wieland. Exciting and fascinating are two adjectives which could be used to describe a new school, a new yearbook and the very beginning of new traditions. Faced with the idea of working under such unique conditions, the first yearbook staff of Andrew Warde came up against many unusual problems, first of which was to find a place to work! Like the nomads who fold their tents, they stole silently from Smedley 8 to the art room, where they are still trying to find a permanent home for The Flame. The yearbook photographers were no exception in this unusual set-up. They found themselves in the novel position of photographing men on scaffolds, painters, electricians, THE EDITORIAL STAFF Co-editors-in-chief ...........,.,.. Susan Zaur, Ann Newton Art Editor ,.,......... .. ...............,..... Caryl Demarest Art Assistants ,........... .,... D ick Ference, George Smith Business Manager ...... ......,..... C harles Chotkowskl Copy Editor ............. ...... A nne Sostowski Yearbook Advisor ....... ....... C harles Abraham Art Advisor .......... ....... P eter Clarke Business Advisor ...... ...... D onald Stone and bulldozer operators, all hard at work to finish our school. Art editor, Caryl Demarest, worked diligently planning the layout and Anne compiled the copy. Charlie headed the sales end of the yearbook and also busied himself finding new patrons. Faced with the task of compiling information to meet their deadlines, editors, Ann Newton and Sue Zaur could be seen scurrying from one place to another, calling meetings, scheduling pictures, and racking their brains for appropriate titles. Warde's undergraduates also contributed to The Flame by supplying many able and willing apprentices whose time and services were necessary in publishing the yearbook. Row 1: A. Sostowski, C. Demarest, S. Zaur, C. Chotkowski. Row 2: P. Powell, A. Risisky, B. Trenck, S. Shapiro. Not pictured, Mr. Abraham, advisor. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Senior Write-ups, Index Barbara Trenc Class History ............ Arlene Risisk Indents, Faculty Write-ups Sandra Shapir Characteristics, Quotations Patricia Powel FLA E Flame phoiographers, Danny Smith, and Bob Paget. S. Zour, C- Cl1OTli0WSki, A- NEWTON, C- Demflfesl- - - - Row 1: C. Gentile, C. Boyer, G. Bodie, J. Wyllie, M. Riha, V. Chmielewski, P. Drew, E. Slayfon. Row 2: B. Baker, E. Agdnis, C. Rich, S. Descheneaux, S. Descheneaux, A. Chanoca, B. Coscia, S. Carp, S. Bufurla, M. Farese. Row 3: R. Yirga, F. Eichhorn, R. Adenstedf, W. Banks, F. Pulito, W. Taylor. Row 4: J. Tippeif, J. Clomilo, R. Conley, R. Vidal, A. Biro, W. Bradfmuller, G. Broderick, P. Turocsi. B. Reed, A. Sosfowski, E. Frankel, S. Zaur, C. Demarest. -I I' fb an T.. T cr 52 - n :z o 5. .. 3' G. . V. ,-44 g, o 2 G. -. m - 2. E EL E 5, EZ The first dance in our new gym sponsored by the Sophomore Cl fb: -e 3185? 1f Eff :rg 4: ' ,Y 3:12 WCS USS. . E. 54 Qi: iff Ti gi 573 A Q.: . 5, 2 is " Q ii! Q -1: me .- + ' ,gag 4 -1. ..e grg :gf :fig -gg 53,4 if 'f r f 'Fr iff fe fi .ck 4 f'1 Q" ,ul fa' 11 .rt ei 19'- -,gg me ff, fi., ,,.. W 'iii gg: x 11 iff J-s if 131- E Hit 25 if 1. ii: ,gi Q , , W I Q ,, H, ,., '-'1"3'ii'ar,4r'555'ii",T:,"S'Ti'S'?:'-'a-- -'F - Nm f?'9 , .a , fm: -, Q , ., . ,Q .., 41? Qs! t ui .-4-Q' ri ,N - ,.-eng ,,,:. Q . i. - J., . - :M , 3,513 f- ? , Eff: 2-li : 72' 4 1 Qi :qw 5 L' Ss! .. li if E.: ' The girls as well as the boys dragged their dates to the ' iw I 122 -H ': ni., .,, .f al Ba s- .M-fv r , 5. 4. N? '51 .M 5, ., :M- 'J' .. ai - 'Q if .4 5- 2'- -,Q-gjgfg-yy!!-5"55,?::n-:r Music was provided by Lenny Silver and his bond. JM. .. :HF JY. W f .., 1-1.1114 '7'-2-w1:,.., ra- -sr,-U... . r v -f--an , g1Z,x.7jg:,r4',...,N, Q52 Lay, 14 -nf, - jf' .Nw Q! -.L 4 -mx, P, , u..-1-,f.:3.:.:gfJg1.,,3gg2f f v .- -. -wr ,339 NDUDS 3- 1 ig H521 ', J,-f: -1 :Eli ' fig.: 5.-A-I 521 '- ZH R25 , aa 'iii xfrg rf-If 1255? Yfiiffif .-wifi Swing our urtner, Mr. Christie! it --.52 -fi 5 M, YZ" 5' 'I 1' -,: ,p .31 -ef 4 1 fig Q7:.,y..,,g:f.:?zf,:f-sufmwffrrf-J-zxvfiwff .11- A-Q. 1" -4' 955.1 x-Pak J-ci C Ziff , f. ,. .239 ? 'Q' L. in-f "wa 131 .Fr K - .A it .wp 1: K 'L5M5i'li4lF7i XTX! .. :".4 ,ggfwyurwrfmx-Jw,-Ffwkw , 41,1313 'wi 2. .?wB:u.gfJQa5-iaz-vaf5,Q,'5gig,Lg.,4,5,r.w.,-.4..4.,.4e- 5. I E1 -'T 2' -93' :As 5 -mf. ' 1 5 HT f :gr- mf. . 15.3 .W ,El .iffli +325 21 Jai .:a.w.,,,,,g,Q,g1.,gg,g 14:-fmferfr-J 1-1 rf ,i.,,,. Q, , ...N -.11 .,5., .-4. .J :-5 ifvs 222 "V 26 Everyone enioyed doing the Bunny Hop FUT RE NURSES OF MERIC F.N.A. group with President Barbara Trenck at one of their monthly meetings. One of the extra-curricular organizations which combines education and pleasure is the Future Nurses of America Club. The purpose of the F.N.A. is to inter- est students in personal and community health and to help them decide wisely about professional or practi- cal nursing as ,a career. This year the F. N. A. has enioyed -many guest speakers who spoke on various phases of nursing. The members also had the opportunity to learn about the activities of a student nurse. The senior members of the Future Nurses of America spent a day in Bridgeport Hospital, where they visited classes and toured the building. Mrs. M. K. Malurky, R.N., was the organizer of the F. N. A. group at Andrew Warde. The advisors are Miss Anno McConnell and Miss Mary Jo Klanick. This year's officers were: Barbara Trenck, President, Judy Wittenberg, Vice-President, Janice Brown, Secretary, and Lesley Geohegan, Treasurer. E Row l: C. Wallitzer, L. Hidu, R. Re, B. Baker, B. Bazyk, B. Hardy, C. Brenin, A. Mazas, S. Balazi, L. Short, M. Brooks, N. Szalay. Row 2: J. Korvit, J. Korcsmaros, B. Bossert, B. Trenck, L. Geoghegan, J. Brown, N. Powell, A. Chacho. Row 3: E. Barate, D. Huchko, M. Petro, D. Genesky, P. Blumdale, N. Knot, P. Polohar, G. Huchko, M. Fulop, N. Pohonick, E. Molnar. Row 4: L. Wieland, C. Holmes, M. Blais, E. Berg, L. Soderholm, S. Bonney, C. Hetherington, D. Synder, D. Brewster, L. Goulding, K. Johnson, S. Setterlund. JU IOR RED CROSS Row l: R. Re, A. Schmidt, N. Klein, R. Fenning, P. McCulloch, S. Setterlund, M. Mezick, M. Buzas, A- Renzulli, J. Tomac. Row 2: Miss Grover, Miss Foley, P. Blumsdale, P. Pagliuco, J. Peipher, S. Beardsley, M. Marks, B. Romano, S. Buda, N. Knot, D. Genesky, M. Marsilio, G. Randall, P. Branas, V. Judd, Miss Emery. Row 3: D. Kinsman, M. Piccini, B. Petro, L. Johnson, B. Mackey, P. Chanady, P. Wiley, B. MacGregor, M. Van Horn, E. Murray, E. Hunt, D. Altman. Row 4: B. Rossinoff, J. Feher, F. Gates, G. Curtis, G. Schaffer, J. Juse, J. LeDoux. This year two Jr. Red Cross Councils were formed at Warde, one for Barlow and Mason houses and the other for Smedley and Wolcott. The councils, which were made up of homeroom representatives, had their own advisors and officers. The councils completed several proiects to carry out the J. R. C. purpose, that of creating good will among young people all over the globe. This work is undertaken on local, state and national levels. Two accomplishments were the making of table decorations at Thanksgiving and the purchase of New Year's gifts for the men at the Nike Station. The J. R. C. also sponsored a basketball game between the women faculty and the girls' varsity. The proceeds from the game went towards filling the A. W. H. S. Junior Red Cross chest. When the chest is completed, it will be sent to a foreign high school. Miss Helen Grover was the school-wide J. R. C. advisor. Miss Eleanor Foley advised the Barlow and Mason Council. Its officers were Peg McCulloch, President, Norma Klein, Secretary, Robin Fenning, Vice-President, and Allan Schmidt, TreGSUl'el'. Miss Virginia Emery advised 'll'l8 Smedley CI'lCl Miss Grover plans future activities with Red Cross members Wolcott council and its officers: Susan Setterlund, President, Marilyn Melich, Vice-President, Martha Buzas, Secretary, and Angela Renzulli, Treasurer. 85 F THER 9 CL B HOW Getting to know youl AL Neigher leads the boys in "Rockabye Your Baby." Bonnie Navarette sang, "He" while the rest of the Fathers' Club Show cast looked on. Co-operative endeavor was the secret of the suc- cess of the first Fathers' Club Show produced by two schoolsp Andrew Warde and Roger Ludlowe. lts theme, "A House Divided," written by Dr. Milton Lieberthal, used the real-life situation of a town being divided be- tween two schools, and resulted in an entertaining musical comedy. Chaos reigned when it was discovered that the school dividing line ran through the center ofthe Greg- ory house. Song, dance, and talent highlighted the confused gaiety. The peak of interest which came in the final act was a huge party given by Poppa Greg- ory. And so . . . thanks to director, John Scanlon, conductor, Michael German, and the band, the curtain descended on one more successful Fathers' Club Show. Girls from Warde and Ludlowe sang and danced to "Playmates." BOY 9 GLEE CLUB Row I: P. Hey, D. Hamilton, R. Adenstadt, J. Hawley, R. Bouchard, H. Lee. Row 2: Miss .Burgstaller, P. Kasvinsky, J. Binkiwitz, G. Curtis, K. Brewster, D. Kinsman. Row 3: G. Braunner, E. Paradls, B. Horvath, S. Frankel. GIRL 9 GLEE CL 'JB Row 1: J. Holcomb, N. Kielbus, G. l.aQuessa, E. Siavrakas, C. Randall, K. Ember, M. Kranyik, R. Etrio, G. Schempp, K. Kilburn, S. Denta. Row 2: B. Heady, M. Sherwood, D. Eli, B. Gadowskas, H. Domeika, T. Edwards V. Walquist, J. Strauss, R. Fenning, V. Judd, D. Korczakowski, D. Perigyi, C. Bukley, J. Kacegowica, M. Fulop, J. Tomac, J. Strauss, Miss Burgstaller. Row 3: A. Punske, N. Bartolomeo, G. Hanz, M. Piccini, C. Jurgielewicz, S. Wysocki, J. Heske, M. Riha, L. Strauss, E. Berg, P. Jacobs, J. Ellis, E. Munson, E. Simons. Row 4: J. Malloux, C. Grubb, l.. Johnson, L. Hanson, P. See, l. Zelle, B. Bossert, J. Garltty, G. Randall. 1 ASSISTANT HEADMASTER HEADMASTER 1-3 as ROY B. BRIGGS DANIEL B. FITTS B.A.f Bates Collegeg B.B.S., EcI.M.p Boston U. M.A., Sixth year New York U. SECRETARY LUCILLE FREEMAN SECRETARY HELEN VARALJAY MARJORIE SHALLUE R.N., St. Vincent's Hospital CLERK ALYS JAMES 1 i a i' i . .i i i Q, v i, Q-:- fiff if .E e if fi' A .15 Stag, no ' 'N' '- i 9 P . X 1 f ee f i eo '29 ko K ,2 'R 0 XX e H A 1 Q f i f x K x - 3 A 'gl b i X if Q. - .,,,,,. 1 , i P , y,,,X.' I Four individual houses unite in spirif and endeavors fo form one organized school. f 4 JW S ? 453 AQ YJ, MQ HOUSE AIDE ABBIE NORRIS HOUSEMASTER ALANSON C. HARPER A.B., A.M., Boston U., Sixth year, Columbia U. FAC ROSE VECKERELLI B.S. in Ed., M.A., New York U. Sponsor: Class of T957 ELEANOR M. FOLEY A.B., Marymount College, M.A., Fairfield U. MICHAEL D. GERMAN B.A., M.A., Ithaca College Sponsor: Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Twirlers, Fa- ther's Club Show. ASSISTANT HOUSEMASTER JOSEPHINE M. O'DWYER B.S., Arnold College, M.A., New York U, Sixth year, Fairfield U. LTY ELEANOR C. MARSHA B.S., U. of Connecticut. .W it 1 l I lx f. L. ,I li F I4 Pqglrf iii 1 , R i. it It I LL SJW wr I F f Qfi ii i . 'iss . ff ft, "-- . f-,- I fy ' gl-ls! lv Y' . .., .f 'FV' ' fisux . 1 , .,, .... 1:1 72 . - : F t . ..-. . .,. . . ...... . 5 tgir l. , rf I 5:55. ' " Mei ' Vg Q11 mtg My li EW ' . I . Q- . ,.... 1 1 'iff ' ' ",-i 2 72 ,, ifawlqu.. V-...wifuff.sf-- - f ..f..:i2lfJ'tff-tlfrd.: M' B.S., Tearchers College Connecticut. Sponsor Stage Crew of NELL A. GAROFALO B.A., College of Mount Saint Vincent, M.A., Ford- ham U. ROBERT POELTL B.B. in Physics, M.A. in Ed., Fairfield U. 91 FREDERICK D. KLEE B.A., Middlebury College: A.M.T., Harvard U. Sponsor: Barlow House Council Coach: Cross Country FACL- HEDWIG A. FALKOWSKI B.S., Danbury State Teach- ers College: M.A., New York U. ROBERT KORNHAAS B.S. in Sci., Mt. St. Mary's College: M.A., Fairfield U. JOSEPH C. BATCHELOR B.S., M.S., Syracuse U.: Sixth year, New York U. 92 ELLIOT PIERSON B.S. in Math., Fairfield U.: M.S. in S.Ed., U. of Bridge- port. Sponsor: Jr. Hi-Y CATHARINE BUSCH M.E., Temple U. Sponsor: Thespians, Ko- mians TY LEONARD L. LAUNER A.A., B.S., M.S., U. of Bridgeport. Sponsor F.T.A., Chess Club ELEANOR K. ANNETT B.S., Ohio State U.: A.M., Columbia U. Sponsor: Library Aides JOAN MARIE NOGA B.S., New Haven State Teachers College. Sponsor: Girls Athletics ROBERT W. SHACKLETON B.A., U. of Connecticut: M.S., U. of Bridgeport. JOYCE E. GREENE A.B., Middlebury College. Sponsor: Cheerleaders, Stu- dent Exchange Committee EMILY L. SNOW A.B., Emmanuel College. BARL0 HOMEROOM JUNIORS . . . Row 1: D. Pisanelli, J. Vincze, F. Tarnoczy, M.Hayes, G. Horowitz, P. Ringelheim, J. Pekar, E. Carlson, W. Sadowl, A. Kokorda. Row 2: A. Na9Y, R. Jacksis, P. Harrison, J. Kaplan, M. Fanning, J. Greenspun, G. Greenhalgh, G. Dalton, L. Geoghegan, M. Kranyik, N. Michaud, C. Loud. Row 3: M.A. Fekete, J. Corbett, D. Brewster, M. Blais, L. Glantz, J. Klein, P. Hill, N. Clarke, P. Sayles. Row 4: N. Bakunus, J. Gadcto, P. Steele, A. Westberg, J. Petuzzi, C. Ostrofski, M. Sullivan, D. Swarney, B. Pennewell, S. Ribner, M. Putnick, J. Leahy, J. Simko. Row 5: S. Saba, E. Millak, J. Petrino, J. Strauss, A. Bivens, A. Schmidt, J. Ling, R. Migliore. - - - Row 1: F. Suich, F. Angus, J. Clark, D. Altman, l. Prion, J. Sullivan, S. Shaw, P. Danberg, C. Bocialetti. Row 2: B. Pitts, J. Szalay, S. Zampedri, F. Scilagyi, D. Rosenthal, 5. Woodward, K. Scinto, V. Nelson, R. Peterson, L. Bloom. Row 3: L. Berkowitz, 'R. Demarest, L. Taylor, F. Paradis, E. Wright, J. Skog, E. Tremblay, G. Braurer, D. Clark. Row 4: L. Noga, E. Reid, A. Bennett, S. Spear, D. Zimmer, B. Rossinoff, C. Shaffer. BARLOW HO EROUMS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN . . Row 1: K. Ember, L. Allman, M. Molloy, R. Gaidos, C. Bishop, T. Edwards, J. Fazekas, C. Bulkly. Row 2 D. Kinsman, D. LaBossiere, P. Navarette, L. Martenson, K. Johnson, J. Mailloux, M. McCarthy, J. Goldberg D. Capozziello. Row 3: T. Ludgis, H. Mallin, J. Leupold, C. Kovacs, S. Banks, J. Bordes, R. Figlar, R. Altiere E. Burr, R. Bellitto. Row 4: C. Klepadlo, K. Johnson, D. Coffin, D. Holmquist, H. Gladstein, F. Geslien, R Byiteck, R. Lockwood, B. Grapski. Row 1: F. Lee, R. DeGerroro, B. Kopsco, R. Kuhn, F. Healy, F. Gates, D. Kessler. Row 2: R. Knott, M. Forte, A. Emrie, 5. Hobson, C. Carson, B. Berecz, K. Lanis, S. Wysocki, E. Dobos, P. Garrity, S. Buda, J. Ingham Row 3: H. Zelich, B. Campbell, G. Bousquet, N. Benson, D. Bourgeois, W. Lineburgh, S. Lee, C. Cioffi, R. Helgren. Row 4: S. Kasden, R. Lear, G. Greenblatt, E. Drough, J. Kmetz, E. Krokcsy, C. Brubb, B. Jestreby, D. Grout, W. Howarth, D. Bonnett, B. Lake. Row 5: W. Bernardin, E. Brown, J. Bodnar, J. Byers, R. Zeleznik M. Beck, W. Elias, J. Flanagan. 1 BARLO HONIEROUM E - - - Row I: J. Ulman, G. Millbauer, R. Vlader, J. Turscuny, E. Wahlquisf, G. Slayfon, R. Toth, T. Shola, J. Puskas. Row 2: C. Walsh, G. Tividor, A. Bassick, R. Saunders, S. O'Connor, B. MacGregor, L. Shari, M. Ballerini, B. Szalay, S. Auger, J. Tomac, J. Scofield. Row 3: Y. Marlin, R. Molnar, P. Rothbard, M. Prafer, P. Petrino, K. Reade, A. Musto, J. Mickune, C. Ulanfes. Row 4: D. Logie, L. Panigutti, B. Shay, J. Westland, B. Weifensfein, S. Stein, B. Bowen, W. Schiller, R. Pinckney, L. Tashman, R. Strom. Row 5: N. Neger, R. Peck, N. Message, F. Okenquisf, L Miller, R. Rosko, E. Reynoil, F. Salvaggio. Grace and Peggy lead ihe slampede home. BARLO HGU E OU H IL Row 1: A. Sostowski, C. Loud, L. Yurdin, President, W. Lineburgh, Secretary: K. Gilligan, D. Kinsman, Treasurer. Row 2: P. Hill, Vice President: Mr. Klee, B. Peterson, J. Ellis, C. Carson. Row 3: E. Brown, A. Westberg, A. Bivens. Barlow House Council represents the voice of Barlow students serving as a medium of expression between Barlow students and the entire school. Under the able leadership of officers Lou Yurdin, president, Pam Hill, vice president, Wilson Lineburgh, secretary, and Betsy Boun, treasurer, and the aid of advisor Mr. Frederick Klee the Council has chalked up several impressive achievements. Among these achievements are the establishment of many clubs, the promotion of the Eagle's Nest drive, and the establishment of a committee to organize a boy's intramural program. Many committees were organized, such as public- ity, service, social and club committees. These com- mittees successfully worked and united to form an active representation of the Barlow student body. Mr. Klee, faculty advisor, looks on during a Barlow House Council meeting. BARLOW HOU E C UNCIL I A Barlow Council member makes a motion. BARLO DRA ATIC CL B Row 1: J. Greenblatt, M. Avery, B. Peterson, D. Altman, L. Bloom, B. MacGregor, J. Goldberg,4J. Tomac G. Brauner. Row 2: B. Lear, S. O'Connor, P. Prater, B. Berecz, R. Knott, E. Krokosky, C. Carson, C. Bishop B. Baum, C. Vlantes, C. Landis, B. Wettenstein, B. Rossinoff. Row 3: B. Angus, C. Grubb, J. Kmetz, M Molloy, J. Ingham, K. Ember, J. Clark, P. Petrino, P. Navarette, H. Zelich, K. Reed. 97 2 f We - ffffgif -' trys, vim-+A. swf Zwfw- . ., .. .M M y . '-1.2 U as g m " K .. W't:aL:f22::rxr , ,,, ,,,,W-iw +- ,fkf,ftff:fiXgg,lg3L, H Q. . A,,M.,,,Y ,. . 555- S, '13 ,ifwjlmg f . 6 . hm fi? M .. .. -:- f1:..,,.', ,-2 A sst! -Ex, 12 i. ,- ' ,4 QNX fr X . :ww Q ,J , if-w:Qe,ff5gQg,gfa1s:gys W- -ug rfsgfrzsgfggrffmgszfl,iffme :sy SWR in V ,gli-ag ,,,. z, wg ,,gQi..,f-3 i: ,: -- ,, ,W fy, Qgsrgzwfgsrggssa5?1f,ff27,gis1.235155:Msm':f1gi?i1Y:gsfir3sw:M.sw?gf,,w,fzagagiwgaig A ,f i g gffflxwg- S V . ., -. K in mQ,,,ffr'5sxgggf:ifs wi- -Q V-:ifhewfffvspsff-ws. :rw .sriif -' :mfs-' ,' W . Szlwsff. -I . -W'ffsggififrfmf'fi?1e,-s'1m 'frrM1592124423442Qvywssseiwifz1f2,,!--ff!7:52lgzdfsmuxwwmiiizimW?aYlf25f2 im-5ieff:m?vffvT2g?:fxi5mf1f fxfiwf tbl xsylgififiwrga B wailriffr' "YS-'f'gw,:'sa' f??ii5iff,'ff'f1f?Zgf gfffiifzgirr vi . :1:E?'Es'l:2 ,. llllxs, - ' - 31Efgf42:f1f'ff':' mv : Q S255:g52af1ws,,1s.' is ui ?.Hsfsf1r5fi?GS5ffz5sx'?sG?fw?lm'?wfefiw'if-Q3'5'ii?faam.,,Nx2ff5f7r1?'ess?a?iHi?ES?ifi'11 rg-2i,f'fsi'1fff5ieziL?HazwW5 VME I Ui Lim A 7 Z ' ' in-is ' ' , ,, ' . X 4 1 i 'Y 4- lu Q X- is . T 5 ' ' mi " " iff' ' gT"I!1. , ' f .Jfi f , . ' iff' :vp 'fjgfggylfiffli-25217 IQZM 5 2- Ms 'SF' ' ' fi ' ' : . ' F", T. " a4:,41QwA3f53Zi'fi,57' ,"Z sa.: 47:4-,L V . ,I . ' K- ,ai . ,wggggg ' 3 sf' T i A T Q I , I 'T a rf . - , i , , 1 ' . ' f Qg" 2 Q 1 H , A' g - 'T ' ' .5 ' if 1. ff!-TSW? -- 7 V2 ' . "1 5 5 7, " 1 A A 5'?Yfim ,m , i g - 1 V f T fi i Help wanied in Mr. Launer's class. fig 2 ' Y' 4 f. 'M 'L' ., V 5' ' 2452312 ,sv . , . " . J M-W,-,,s :K Sv : in ..,:rfss.,, . T . K ff-,1ff:m 25,15 ',. ' Q- fi.iiw,,g? . 121: -f s, f 12,5 is.: .. -' ':4af4fr35w.i:,.3' g-A,-grim-,fr,-i., .. , vfszgm y,',.a1m-.r vi ,fr ,- T . .L ww fglv 'V 'L '- ra! 355 g I , r . 4 , ' Sa m ir - ' H -3 f T T T T i f ' , W ' iff 'f f' L' f If . M J 'f .f,amxfg'3:,ff1ij'31fl . The members of the Sociefy for Citizenship and Teamwork flank Their officers Jack, Ken, Russ, George, Cliff and advisor Mr. Scanlon. Teen canteen provides meeiing place a game. for sfuclenis after Dig ihisl Warde's answer io Elvis-Mr. Shaklefon. Those unsung heroes bend to the task of Studying hard Bruce? installing the switchboard for the stage lights. Sue, Betsy, Gay, and Jinny entertain the freshmen at the Harvest Moon Hop. Wendy, and the lost boys are held captives of Captain Hook and his blood thirsty pirates in the play, Peter Pan. The executive committee of the School Council, Debby, Sue and Bob, meet with Mr. Christie and Mr. Hague. Curious students inspect the new gym. Students find school a balance of work and play. 99 r A T .- SIN! ?P "Nfl IN 6 Y I av "Ln 'lvx W' I A r L, J6 J J E1 agjxwx. ,Q .. .... V. X fa 6 'T-,F vf ',,. . ,- .N 4 - ' biefj, H- ' .ff Q Q' ,-x V- 1' J' 'F' lift, -33 QF '-Q,f'1w.,'?? -4: 'fn so. 4' -, - " 2" Q Q 1: 1 ' 9 ,PE .JL X 6 i ' 4 J 33 f .J i , 1 I CQ, A O Afxx. x df M HOUSE AIDE MARGARET MACGREGOR HELEN KNAPP GROVER A.B., Mary Baldwin Col- lege, A.M.T., Harvard Graduate School of Educa- tion. Sponsor: Student Council, Junior Red Cross HOUSEMASTER JOHN M. GLEASON A.B., Mt. St. Mary's Col- lege, M.E.D., U. of New Hampshire, Sixth year, U. of Bridgeport. Sponsor: National Honor Society ASSISTANT HOUSEMASTER GRACE A. CARROLL B.E., Teachers College of Connecticut, M.A., New York U. FACULTY MARY R. ADDANTE B.S.E., Fitchburg State Teachers College, M.S.Ed., Rutgers U., Rennselaer Poly- technic Institute. FRANCES HARVEY A.B., Bucknell U. Sponsor: School Council NORMAN W. HAGUE B.S., Oswego N. Y. State Teachers College, M.A., New York U. Sponsor: Class of 1961, School Council ANNA MARY MCCONNELL B.S., Mount Union College, M.A., Columbia Teachers College. Sponsor: F.N.A. PAUL B. GUARNACCIA A.B., A.M., Middlebury Col- lege, Sixth year, Combin- ation of schools. Coach: Golf EVELYN M. COPELAND B.A., Bates College, M.A., Columbia U. Sponsor: Debating 'l0'l A ULTY me MARGARET A. STOKESBURY B.A., College of St. Eliza- beth, M.A., Yale U. STUART T. COX ALICE C. OGALIN glizofisori Class of 1959' B.S., Boston U. B.S., St. Joseph College. airmen Sponsor: Mason House Sponsor: Class of 1958, Council Mason Dramatics HERBERT MADLUNG B.S.S., Fairfield U.: M.A., Marquette U. Sponsor: Jr. High Student Council, Jr. Hi-Y FRANK C. AMBROSE B.A., Ohio U.: M.A., Sixth year, New York U. Sponsor: Stage Crew, School Council 102 ROBERT JACKSON B.S. in Physical Ed., M.E.D., Springfield College. Coach: V. Baseball Asst. Coach: Football, Bas- ketball DONALD W. STONE B.S., M. in Ed., U. of Maine. Sponsor: Class of 1958, Yearbook business staff Asst. Coach: Track LINDA EKSTROM A.B., Smith College, M.A., Yale U. Sponsor: Jr. High Student Council EDITH L. ODWYER B.S., St. Joseph College Sponsor: Class of 1959 MASON HOMERUOM JUNIORS . . . SOPHOMORES Row 1: E. Stamper, D. Miklus, T. Lindsay, W. Rozelle, J. Pennell, H. Zinner, R. Scofield, S. Murphy. Row 2: M. Paccione, S. MacQuarrie, J. Vnraliay, D. Feurebacher, J. Kowalczyk, M. Keller, K. Garrity, B. Stiliho, L. Sfrauss, P. Pavoni. Row 3: M. Grosso, M.E. Dokurno, P. Bodie, J. Brown, P. Jacobs, N. Lee, H. Barske, N. Hausman, P. Nelson. Row 4: A. Cohen, J. Kronfeld, B. Miller, M. Swist, K. Sacher, L. Wieland, B. Tomcn, C. Singer, J. Barona, J. Firgeleski. Row 5: S. Breenblaif, R. Avery, R. Johnsion, J. Condon, L. Gladu, G. Hedberg, W. Hudson, A. Huichinson. - - - Row 1: S. Smith, J. Miller, B. Kennedy, J. Shopick, C. Wallitzer, M. Harrington, B. Sharer, M. Marks, J. Wittenberg, V. Zacsek, E. Stacller. Row 2: K. Nelson, S. Hutchinson, M. Musanie, P. Krokowsky, E. Krozier, S. Philips, J. Olcavage, C. Hetheringfon, N. Powell. Row 3: C. Manderville, K. Hoeppner, A. Mihailoff, J. Simko, D. Pemeroy, D. Strauss, J. Swick, A. Rosenthal, W. Targowski, R. Sega, J. Radin, R. Vefio. Row 4: D. Cardos, L. Luciani, B. Lepine, J. Hardy, R. Kolvig, D. Humelton, A. Muirynowski, P. Molocko, D. Peterson, F. Palumbo. 'I03 MA 0- HUMEROO FRESHMEN . . Row l: P. Wyllie, C. Szabo, L. Simons, J. Yurdin, E. Tower, E. Meshkin, S. Muschik, N. Rogers, C. Tylor, E. Solfis, M. Whitney, R. Rosenfield. Row 2: B. Prion, F. Osborne, C. Miklos, V. Quinn, E. Murray, S. Rosenwald, S. Schine, P. Pennell, G. Wensky. Row 3: J. Melson, J. Norris, H. Rainer, M. Panda, J. Pinckney, R. Stiliho, W. Saracin, J. Weiss, E. Tessier, F. Sherry, J. Verzaro, P. Zampedri. Row 4: J. Peck, A. Puskas, S. Monuick, G. Milano, H. Nathman, R. Tomac, J. Trenck, J. Slack, W. Shapiro. SOPHOMORES - - - Row l: D. Domeika, L. Elwood, B. Bosserf, M. Garrify, M.B. Elwood, A. Carlson, M. Buchino, D. Devaux Cacciola. Row 2: D. Romaine, E. Siavrakos, M. Godo, B. Bazyk, B. Benedehi, J. Romainie, A. Piccrillo, Biebel, A. Alexander. Row 3: K. Gould, R. Gerda, J. Fuse, R. Cone, H. Belle, M. Chapin, G. Allen Auray, A. Ferfko. Row 4: R. Sansone, P. Salari, J. Salmon, D. Dziewulski, F. Zemola, J. Wade, J. Borek, Tolmie, P. Ference. MASUN HOMEROOM - - - Row 1: I. Huston, S. Hirsch, B. Grosshans, E. Lindwall, L. Bennett, E. Heacly, L. Johnson, J. Jancuska, F. B t S B l zzi C Anderson J Gettler K Jurglelewlcz DeSun'fie, M. Everlith, M. Brooks. Row 2: B. asset, . aa , . , . , . , K. Kilburn, M. Grasso, B. Carlson, R. Chainiere. Row 3: L. Ciotti, D. Eli, H. Domeika, G. Hermann, K. . di Komlas, L. Bodie, F. Baudouin, A. DeCesare, P. Hey, S. Carp, N. Debrunsky, T. Kelser, L. Csenger, M. Lun quist. Row 4: J. Kantor, F. Logan, R. Cerino, E. Magi, A. Frankel, A. Bennett, R. Lashin. Meditation during lunch. 105 ASON HQUSE COUNCIL Row 1: P. Ravoni, G. Tolmie, Vice-President, R. Ference, President, B. Benedetti, Treasurer, J. Peck. Row 2: F. Zimola, J. Yurdin, L. Simons, B. Carlson, M. Brooks, J. Hartman. Row 3: F. Coscia, N. Powell, J. Miller, J. Strauss, K. Nelson. Row 4: M. Grasso, Miss Addante, Mr. Cos, V. Quinn, E. Magi, D. Feurbacher. Not pictured: S. Sheatsley, Secretary. Under the guidance of Mr. Stewart Cox and Miss Mary Addante and the leadership of the officers, Richard Ference, president, George Tolmic, vice presi- dent, Susan Sheatsley, secretary and Bonnie Benedetti, treasurer, Mason House Council spent a useful and profitable year serving the interest of its student body. The Council successfully dealt with many of the problems of its students. The first important service project was the collection of canned goods for needy families. January found the Council making plans for an honor study hall and obtaining music for each study room. The greatest accomplishment of the year was the composition and circulation of a petition in an attempt to improve road conditions in and around the school area. Mason House benefited greatly by the Council's hard work and conscientious efforts to improve the school and meet the needs and demands of its stu- dents. 106 Our photographer caught this dis- cussion during a Mason House Council meeting. l MASQ HUUS C UNCIL President of Mason Council, Dick Ference, calls the meeting to order. MASON DRAMATIC CL B Row l: A. Alexander, L. Simons, S. Rosenwald, M. Whitney, S. Schine, E. Krozier, M. Paccione, J. Peirovich E. Meshkin, B. Shafer. Row 2: Miss Ogalin, A. Carlson, B. Kennedy, H. Domeika, J. Casale, J. Adams, P Solari, J. Norris, W. Domeika, L. Bodie, J. Hartmen, K. Sacher, A. Piccirrillo, R. Rosenfeld, S. Muschik. 107 The foreign exchange program is explained by a Darien High student. CANDID GF THE TUDENTS Representitives of the iunior class meet to discuss their plans. Experiment number one . . . baking soda and carbon dioxidel! Checkers in' detention hall??? Cool cats, Fran and Kenl talk among lunlors at an after basketball game Bill Godo's band give us a preview of the Fathers' Club Show. A maze of steel and cement before o complet What makes it go? ed. Jim learns how to grind the values. ur auditorium is . , ,.., I .. 1- 3. :gm--,.:,.. ,f1 -ftnm W, i f ,G ?5!l'?m15SY?1?r.5W sglffzz-5 ess H W ......: , isiw 4 Q I Ji, .mf Qerswy-J-14,1 -- 552255 ggi '5 2 t .E 5 4,1 as ss wi ff? ff - we wwf 1 -iff! ' giiegg i 5f,5q,5 ,. iii?-ivf 7 55,5 5 ,. l 2 1:23 Qiiii' P4 we f if 1? K Uiff'-l'1i,iie2, 5' Said? A- VX me fffilfw ,. ,Q 1 sta' If K is :K g f-1 I1 saw ww, ,. 2 ffU'Xf W: iZ il-iE'S'7 ' - af' , ,. . Z2 s nr X- , ,:-, 1 1 gl fi' Es s, 155 32 225 z-L? lie gig 5 :.. -ei . in I F 5 YW? , . ..... ,. . .. ,. ..!..,w: .:-4.-..:: f- -- :sn ,,-A H121 5.2 ' 5:V.':',. 2 Q, Q. f 'Nz . .... .fffff-'i' :FE 5 1:'f:::::4"- ff." 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We if ' W3 E M in mit Ea I 1?-v m , i SL f - :evil . s e?BiiSeSEiitQii5irar A , - ,. ' f , 119 ' . A--'T E LL-if 2 f at ' " 1' ff In f , f 1 Q A Eagizwfiseg nw" ' +5 Q: 111 - ' , - t . r r . r e-'i K V K 'ffY5Yf"9 tsf1'22Qf42'i1L'fffiz ' 1 41 W 1 :Zniifig,gQ?4sYertif?4fiQf'1 ' ' '1'IfQ2f?,fZgs'-W5 'iftgfiiliiifuswzswir. 1139-s5ei+ Period one speech class Cinderella. entertains the younger set with There are many phases of school life. 'I09 i 0.4 'I . , '24 In 1 t 4: 5 CR S 43 3 V' w 'o . I 67 I an P97 4, Y x g, f f: HOUSEMASTER KENNETH R. PETERSEN A.B., Tufts Collegep A.M.T., Sixth year, Harvard U. Sponsor: House Council ASSISTANT HOUSEMASTER RAYMOND CONDREN B.S., Teachers College of Connecticut: M.A., Fairfield U. FACULTY HOUSE AIDE ALICE POTTS WILFRED FRANK GARCIA B.A., M.A., U. of New Mexico. EDWARD A. CANFIELD B.S., M.A., New York U. MARION S. WALSH B.S. in Ed., Boston U.: M. in Ed., Hillyer College. MARY JO KLANICK A.B., Geneva College: A.M. Syracuse U. Sponsor: F.N.A. KENNETH T. ELDRIDGE A.B., Ed. M., Boston U. Sponsor: Commission on Exchange Coach: Tennis STEWART WASHBURN B.A., Middlebury Collegep M.A., Teachers College of Columbia U. Sponsor: Faculty Manager of Athletics Asst. Coach: .I.V. Football PAULINE B. RAINVILLE A.B., Emmanuel College. 'III FREDERICK H. BORMANN B.S., M.A., New Haven State Teachers College, M.A., Yale U. Sponsor: Class of 1960 WILLIAM McNAMARA FAC LTY JOHN A. RYDER ELLA E. RICE S Q, :W - .,.. .'..Is. , . U ..'f 2 Sissy ti- S L Q fx9?2- Q" SP I if '9y'I1T H1 if '- A .q:5,i:w,u:.-I' 'X - ' fm' X. I wr.: w e re Aiifhf-iii' ' ' WSW: rr M:1.':w..m::we.:: .sm WILLIAM M. MAGEE B.A., M.A., U. of Connec- ticut. Sponsor: School Council B.S., M.Ed., u. of Maine. A.B., Wes College: M. Ed., Sponsor: Class of 1959 Hillyer College. Sponsor: Class of 1957, F.T.A. B.S., M.A., Sixth year, Fair- CHARLES T, ABRAHAM field U. A.B., A.M.T., Harvard U. Sponsor: The Flame MARY B. CARLEY B.A., Hunter College. Sponsor: Girl Scouts, Civil- ian Defense 112 PETER L. CLARKE B.F.A., B.S., Rhode Island School of Design, M.S., U. of Bridgeport. Sponsor: Class of 1957, The Flame IZOBEL BURGSTALLER B. of Music, M. of Music Ed., Boston U. College of Music. Sponsor: Concert Choir, School Council 1 KATHERINE F. GRACE B.S., Business Education, Russell Sage College. FERNAND S. TETREAU B.S., Sixth year, Springfield College, M.A., Columbia U. Coach: V. Football, Track MEDLEY HGNIEROOMS - - - Row 1: J. Strauss, J. O'Connor, E. Schwarz, C. Laurie, R. Hidu, B. Kirsten, J. Daniels, L. Bogin, G. Hutchko, A. Krantz. Row 2: S. Tristine, J. Rhia, I. Fulop, J. Conway, J. Mozefsky, L. Taylor, C. Papp, V. Kochis, K. Kennedy, R DeLorenzo, L. Bergen. Row 3: R. Wilterdink, J. Peipher, A. Lockwood, J. Rentz, L. Riemer, S. Zatka, R. Runyon, K. Svenningsen, S. Feld, D. Brewster, J. Giannotti. Row 4: E. Gleacher, J. Mentes, L. Sohlberg, S. Piewola, M. Stern, D. Rawson, J. Binkiwitz, R. Klein, G. Curtis, M. Harrington, A. Purcell, D. Ekstrom, F. Jimmie, A. Burr, B. Anderson, D. Howells, A. Neigher, J. Pechulas, S. Tower, H. Lee, J. Connelly, R. Gazdik. - - - Row 1: E. Morrisley, E. Levy, B. Pokras, C. Smith, J. Williams, E. Petro, E. Ruby. Row 2: B. Landis, Niznansky, N. Knott, C. Heady, B. Navorette, J. Launer, N. Mamrus, J. Horvath, B. Seidens. Row 3 Harvath, A. Lohman, J. Hawley, D. Jaswaye, J. Nelson, B. McCroy, G. Murcko, R. Minor, M. Rerlman Lee, R. Zuzick, A. Szentessy. Row 4: A. Olah, R. Lauder, R. Jose, D. Scanlon, R. Greenberg, C. Walsh Slesinsky. SMEDLEY HOMERUUM - - - Raw i: D. Paskowski, Secretary, J. Kostan, President, C. Lauria, Vice-President, A. Olah, Treasurer. Row 2 P. Turoczi, C. Aquilante, S. Descheneaux, S. Clowry. Row 3: M. Yahn, J. Williams, N. Mamrus, P. Priest E. Hoffman. Row 4: L. Bennett, S. Tower, M. Stern, R. Aclenstaclt, C. Walsh, R. McCulloch, Miss Rice. - - - Row 1: F. Sweeny, E. Smalley, J. Turoczi, E. Zelle, J. Roberto, S. Sheiman, G. Tanguay, A. Shumofsky, R. Patterson. Row 2: P. Trudeau, R. Szast, J. Wood, B. Olah, R. Etrio, G. Schempp, E. Mackey, P. McElwain, J. Parker, P. See, R. Toth. Row 3: L. Nelson, J. Litwin, P. Priest, E. Pennewell, B. Mitchell, M. Pihonak, L. Duch, B. Runyon. Row 4: M. Weaver, J. Tomaskovic, E. Simmons, E. Sommers, E. West, M. Van Horn, S. Stein, M. Yahn. Row 5: J. Schless, M. Muthersbaugh, J. Ponzetti, J. Scsavnyiczki, F. Palumbo, D. Rubinstein, R. Pagliuco, F. Nehring, J. Roberto, W. Paskowski. MEDLEY HQMEROONI FRESHMEN Row 1: J. August, S. Coventry, S. Beardsley, I. Del Vecchio, E. Lansing, N. Leech, J. Gauthier, D. Burke, S. Clowry, H. Anderson, E. Bonyotsky. Row 2: L. Hansen, V. Glodu, M. Fulop, F. Krysta, E. Hoffman, A. M. Kolioclu, M. Kormor, M. Karmosin, G. Allison, E. Canning. Row 3: E. Foito, T. Csizmodia, W. Beck, K. Brewster, T. Kochis, R. Mills, J. Fereone, W. Bufferd, R. Anderson, R. Helgren, R. Helgren, R. McCulloch, P. Kosvinsky, G. Englander, C. Burdge. Row 4: J. LeDoux, B. Kozo, W. McGrath, C. Jcnkovsky, G. Michoucl R. Kilstrem, B. Downs, C. Bitzer. The beginning of a busy day. 115 1 MEDLEY HOUSE COUNCIL Smedley House Council, a new organization and one of the first of its kind, ably met the needs of its house and its individual members. With the aid of advisor Miss Ella Rice and the qualified leadership of capable officers - Joni Kostan, president, Chris Laurie, vice president, Dot Paskowski, secretory, and Art Olah, treasurer - the Council was able to successfully complete many beneficial projects. As a result of the efforts of Smedley Council, Smedley House was the first to obtain the privilege of an honor study hall. Another project was to provide, for each entrance, a map of that particular section of the school. In April, under the leadership of Smedley Council a housewide dance was organized. Through this well organized and active group many student ideas were voiced and realized to the benefit of the Smedley students as well as the entire student body. Members of Smedley Council are absorbed in thoughts about their future plans. MEDLEY HOU E COU CIL MEDLEY DRAMATIC CLUB Row 1: E. Simmons, E. Cunning, A. Koliada, A. Allison, S. Feld, P. McElwcain, M. Yuhn, S. Clowry. Row 2: E. Slayton, M. Petro, A. Kraniz, B: Johnson, S: Buturla, J. Horvcth, A. Chunacu, B. Petro, N. Mamus, S. Siein. Row 3: P. Lee, A. Milbuuer, R. Greenberg, F. Eichorn, G. Curtis, F. Palumbo, B. Conley, Miss Walsh. 'l17 DID OF THE STUDENTS Hello hello anyone there? Bev Joan and Mr Canfield Backstage iitters at the Fathers' Club Show. Peter Pan was the proieci of the 61h period speech class. Our J.V. and Varsiiy teams learning Iheir siralegy Teacher-student conferencell ,gl 'J Bonney lrles her luck during Wolcoll' activity period. Sue, Ann, Caryl and Charlie in lheir customary turmoil over deadlines. Decoration commihee for Dogpafch Drag discussing lheir plans. Carollng In the halls dlrecled by Mlss Burgsfaller Bob and Russ, co-captains of the foolball leam, pose wiih Coach Tetreau. A balanced diet of work and activities unite to form a school day. Anyone belong io ihis? Miss Grover looks for the owner al a canteen. 119 1 A 1 W I R P 1 I ,M I a W 1 , , - J W Q 35 if fi W 0 N vi, Q., XJ ffm HOUSEMASTER ROBERT A. BARROWS B.S., U. of Massachusetts: M.A., U. of Connecticut. FA HOUSE AIDE RUTH HILLMAN EBEN W. BURR A.B., U. of Michigan, M.S., U. of Brideg port. EDWARD T. BARRY, JR. A.B., St. Anselm's College: M. in Ed., Boston U. Sponsor: Wolcott House Council Asst. Coach: Track JULIE SAUR B.A., Wellesley. Sponsor: Newspaper 121 ASSISTANT HOUSEMASTER ROBERT E. ROTH B.S., Ohio U.: M.S., U. of Tennessee. ULTY JOHN H. DAY B.S., U. of New York, M.S., U. of Bridgeport. Coach: Soccer ELLEN LUCAS B.A., Middlebury College. Sponsor: Cheerleaders ARNOLD WILE B.S.,, Sixth year, New York U., M.A., Columbia U. Sponsor: Class of 1958, Crimson Crier VIRGINIA H. EMERY B.A., Wellesley College, M.A.T., Vanderbilt U., Pea- body College for Teachers. Sponsor: Wolcott Dramat- ics F CULTY JOHN W. MEAD B.A., Middlebury College, M.S. in Ed., U. of Bridge- port. Sponsor: Civil Defense MARGO C. HONADEL B.S. in Ed., U. of Wisconsin. Sponsor: Ushers Guild MILDRED G. PLUMMER B.S., Simmons College. Sponsor: Library Aides 122 CHARLOTTE SHEA A.B., Bryn Mawr, M.A., Yale U. Sponsor: Crimson Crier ADAM PJ U RA B.S., Ohio U.: M. in Guid- ance, Fairfield U. JOHN P. SCANLON B.A., Manhattan College: M.A., Fairfield U.: Sixth year, New York U. Sponsor: Director and pro- ducer of Fathers' Club Show G. SCOTT WRIGHT, JR. Three years, U. of Chicago: B.F.A., Yale Shcool of Fine Arts: M.A., Yale Graduate School. Sponsor: Newspaper, Class of 1958 HELEN CARROLL B.S., Arnold College. Sponsor: Girls sport activ- ities ROBERT L. SEIRUP B.S., Springfield College: M.A., Fairfield U. Coach: Basketball Asst. Coach: Football, Base- ball DOUGLAS G. CHRISTIE B.A., Middlebury College, M.A., Columbia U. Teach- ers College. Sponsor: Coordinator of Council Activities VINCENT G. KUZAS B.S., Teachers College of Connecticut. Coach: Soccer JOSEPH KOLMAN B.A., Dartmouth U., M.A., Yale U. OLCOTT HOMEROOMS JUNIORS . . Row 1: C. Costello, D, Beaudoin, D. Fosier, S. Dunning, J. Esfess. Row 2: E. Molnar, B. Haines, N. Salvaggio, P. Crosley, J. Heller, C. Brenin, A. Pecker, S. North, B. Romano, J. Judd, P. Fazekas, G. Kraskie, P. Chanady. Row 3: F. Fortuna, A. Wilsil, C. Takacs, A. Renzulli, R. Olson, N. Lindahl, R. Stakes, M. Medvegy, G. Waters, A. Plunski, D. Janesky. Row 4: R. Neverdousky, J. Stern, O. Lavine, G. Tougas, A. Seasfrand, W. Lyon, J. Pulilo, E. Petilti, J. Mockler, C. Hilman, D. Gunier, T. Jennings, G. Kirsten, G. Keenan. Row 5: K. Kober, V. Laino, D. Finsinger, V. Domian, L. Csugie, M. Banks. SOPHOMORES Row l: D. Kurimai, A. Terify, C. Schaffer, C. Salko, C. Hull, R. Haydu, D. Jankura, D. Librefhal, S. Goldberg G. Gresham, D. Lyon, C. Leonard. Row 2: J. O'Hora, M. Tierney, A. Nemeth, V. Zapotucky, C. Herlihy C. Kranyik, P. Karbovanec, J. Norkus, P. Marcinko, J. Hada. Row 3: D. Snyder, S. Setterlund, P. Polohar A. Zuzifzk, C. Pergyi, M. Melick, M. George, E. Savage, S. Jacoby, L. Vofre, E. Munson, A. Newbold. Row 4 D. Smiih, R. Tackas, R. Schecier, A. Winer, J. Peckar, J. Skinner, R. Swarney, C. Puinick, A. Schuerer. OLCOTT HO EROOM - - - Row i: P. Bennett, P. Bagnall, B. Broshear, E. Geist, P. Wylie, 5. Bonney, P. Donofrlo, M. Buzas. Row 2: L. Blum, W. Ashby, G. Hughes, M. Beres, E. Crespol, J. Bowman, B. Comers, P. Freidland, L. Denby, E. Garriiy. Row 3: G. Butler, A. Dalton, J. Dryer, W. Jose, J. Loicano, A. Musanie, P. Basseh, R. Koscik, R. Miske, J. Aftammorrbw. - - - Row 1: C. Puskas, S. Ostravage, S. Denier, M. Panetfieri, J. Yeager, G. Randall, P. Ney, D. Piluse, S. Perlstein, L. Roma, B. Midlak. Row 2: M. Pennell, E. Thomson, M. Sfrolin, B. Schiffer, L. Toth, S. Seigel, D. Eli, W. Simmons, B. Medvegy. Row 3: J. Terkuile, D. West, R. Wargo, R. Tompson, D. Lips, R. Maraczi, J. Pefitii, M. Papp, R. Mikulka, D. Prescoif, J. Mitchell, C. McKeown, E. Nash. Row 4: A. Sfalowiiz, L. Sherman, J. Schneider, R. Yoczik, A. Tozzi, F. Shurko, R. MacLeod, A. Szosf, B. Nicola. OLCOTT HOMEROOM FRESHMEN .3231 f' ws. J .W Q, . I -. il. r , ,LL,1kf. 'W fx -. ,aw ww Milfv. Row l: D. Buranik, R. Alpert, J. Heske, G. LoQuesa, M. Leonard, M. Izzo, L. Duffy, M. Cole, L. Brunehi, N. Brisiol, P. Blomdahl, G. Cannone, N. Borfolomeo. Row 2: J. Holcomb, G. Hanz, N. Kielbus, C. Humphrey, D. Korczokowski, C. Laguna, J. Kczcegowicz, B. Guclowskos, G. Burke, A. Koscil. Row 3: S. Rusnok, R. Aforick, T. Kloss, W. Herlihy, J. Feher, D. Hart, J. Lazowsky, D. Kowafs, R. Larsen, E. Levine, A. DiMuMia, D. Cummings, C. Crosby. Row 4: P. Kcvall, D. Fosier, J. Gombus, D. Kinsman, E. Dvorsky, B. Ceccarelli, G. Broderick, L. Belovitch. Locker troubles occur even with our new modern equipment. 125 GLCOTT HOUSE COU CIL Row 1: C. Tackas, Secretary, B. MacGregor, President, A. Mazas, Vice-President, F. Garrity, Treasurer. Row 2: D. Snyder, J. Norkus, M. Leonard, P. Chandady, N. Feather. Row 3: Mr. Coleman, A. Jacobs, G. Keenan, T. Tuzzio, C. Crosbly, E. Nash. Wolcott House Council, the representative body of Wolcott students, has seen the completion of a very successful year under the guidance of Mr. Edward Barry, advisor. The first task - the election of officers - resulted in an executive committee composed of Bruce MacGregor, president, Anita Mazas, vice president, Clara Tackas, secretary, and Fred Garrity, treasurer. The Council's first maior achievement was to pro- vide dancing, records, games, and other supervised activities for Wolcott students to enioy during the extra twenty-four minute interval during fourth period. The establishment of an honor study hall may also be added to Wolcott's list of accomplishments. With the aid of Wolcott House Council, the new conception of house councils has proved itself worth- while allowing more students to express their ideas and opinions. movie. The Wolcott House Council about to see a OL OTT HOUSE COUNCIL OLCOTT DR MAT IC CLUB Row 1: E. Munson, J. Norkus, M. Buzcs, B. Romano, C. Kranyik, E. Sudik, N. Bartolomeo. Row 2: G. Hughes, S. Sefterlund, S. North, M. Karbovunce, M. Murcinko, A. Zuzick, D. Kcrczakowski, Miss Emerny Row 3: S. Goldberg, L. Blum, L. Sherman, D. Smith. 127 DID OF THE STUDE TS One of our modern study halls being put to good use. Christmas serenade by the band under the direction of Mr. German. ' Crammnng for an exam ahead We pmdiced filing imc ,he gym before our nm assembly '28 Bob and Eric, co-captains elect of the football team for took place in February. l957' A gal's best friend Shirley and Garry along with the rest of the or- lend a background of Christmas music to the in Barlow House. Visitors from Ludlowe meet with our Junior class officers. Our first assembly was held in the gym. That's it Mel! "Before you louse it up thimk." Students find both activities and class fine instruments of learning and enjoyment. Nourishment of life. 'I29 E. WARD M. TRAEZYK MATRO- T USTODIANS J. ROMANO A. DeFRANCIS M. MELILLO J. BEACH 130 M. NOLFI J. RENNEH XQJS J . A M F' " 9 2 'X P k B s E' bs 6, fx f L ' 1 W, 15.49 1 fl 1" F 13 4 N25 N 1 -ZMKL Q 3 51 .49 5, ' I My . V 15 ' W 3" ' WSW Q fl My ? gk x -:i ff - iff? .LB Q.. L .- N. '4:- 1 , LDAP ff V F 1 1 mcg.. 2 I s f 1 mf 1 v W' 5 X . 5 A N y -' , .fm 9 , L fH9Qg v ie , S. , ' 4 4 - -E: il! J Q ii: 1 ,Q NK 5 ,mx '- ' ,. 'A W' ffm V I- A1 1 K 4"1L:.1.d!l-lv-vl' . . PATRONS P TRONS Mellin - Freeman Shoes Rusnak and Bayusik - Contractors Pantaleon Mansi - Insurance Agent The Angus Steak House Marcelle Kadar Brothers Spalla's Barber Shop The Alling Rubber Co. Vogue Decorators Sport Hill Service Station Adams Brothers Florist Fried's Luggage Turnpike Spirit Shop Splendora Laundry Jerry's Sunoco Ser. Station Morris Remnant Store - Girls TOM: off The Neuss Floor Covering Co. H.L. Green Company, Inc. Claire's Gift and Variety Shoppe Sunshine Food Market Wadsworth Howland 81 Co. Master Market Farina's Service Station Kaylore's Orthopedic Shoes Tunxis Hill Hardware Paul Zabin's Student Shop A Friend Priscilla Shoppe Arthur's Youth Center, lnc. Frank's Esso Service Center Brooklawn Calso Service 132 2 5 3 5 3 3 Q 2 3 5 -f-04 -01 M080 '06 105101 -0 - E. 3 3 2 5 2 3 5 Q 2 2 Congratulations and Best Wishes HOJ. co., l for Success to the CLA55 OF 1957 Industrial Tools, Supplies and Equipment A FRIEND FAIRFIELD, coNN. These are workmen - not over ambitious members of a gym class! Father's Club officers: R. Condren, Finan. Sec.p B. Chotkowski, V. Pres.: P. F. Goulding, Pres.p J. Bossert, Treas.y H. Leupold, Sec. T33 THE FATHER'S CLUB Starting out in a new school, the Andrew Warde Father's Club is carrying on the tradition of extra- curricular service established at Roger Ludlowe. This year the Fa- ther's Club is producing the annual Father's Club Show in coniunction with Roger Ludlowe to raise money to finance student extra-curricular activities that cannot be paid out of Board of Education funds. H?s0'4'-050G?s7s?0'6t6N?0N?'9G?f7006N?0W4652?l?0'WI0D'0G?6I0V9'?47656x 9 See All the New Spring Styles ot co rol fhoef T064 MAIN ST. BRIDGEPORT T531 POST ROAD FAIRFIELD CITY SAVINGS BANK "The Family Bank" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 948 MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONN. HOFFMAN FUEL Fuel Oils, Oil Burners Our editors Ann and Sue wonder whether they'II ever have a chance to use the facilities of this room - the library Hospital Supplies, Wholesale and Retail THE DIAMOND TEXTILE SALES COMPANY DAILEY'S FLOWER SHOP Everything in Flowers - Telegraph Anywhere 136 PALAMAR DRIVE FAIRFIELD, CONN- 2151 BLACK ROCK TURNPIKE FAIRFIELD, coNN. 9 ED 6-3423 - New York, NAvorre 8-9261 P11006 F0 6-2717 Represented by HERBERT DIAMOND EDMUND E. 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FAIRFIELD, ?l E01 G720"0P6Y0'f0i401'0'40 E0"0f 'ata 135 9 40N0N0'-'-0N0I0 47 BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL AND A HAPPY FUTURE al' From the MOTHERS' CLUB OF ANDREW WARDJE Mothers' Club is entertained as well as enlightened by Mr. Briggs on the guid- ance program at Andrew Warde during one of their monthly meetings. 6 gpwazwxanaw c01:0v0w0w.0w.0s e0w0vr0'+W'0"0' We-0 136 S 40N0"0'f'0N0N040I'04'04G?'-71040'f01'J'4'05'-0f'0401 We saw a geometric pattern as the beginning of Andrew Warde's front entrance 3 Our school in its final stages of completion. 6 xv-eowfmowoaeaameanovo-wuavwanav 1 37 Compliments of SMIRNOFF'S SUPER MARKET FAIRFIELD, CONNECTICUT STRATFIELD PHARMACY 1244 STRATFIELD ROAD BRIDGEPORT 4, CONN. STRATFIELD FARM Home Grown Producers of Vegetables - Piowing - Harrowing 2428 EASTON TURNPIKE Call ED 9-7304 Corner entrance of Fairchild Wheeler Park STRATFIELD SERVICE STATION Lubrication - Tires - Batteries -Accessories Brake Service - Tune Up - Generator 8: Starter Repairs 5 FRED ROSS - ED 3-9966 1271 STRATFIELD ROAD BRIDGEPORT, CONN. E11 Q L 1 . i 1 'L 13' . . in our Centennial Year 100 Years Old extends Best Wishes to the new Andrew Worde High School R E A D ' S BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT S U During the first six months of school, Andrew Worde students were presented with these surroundings os they followed the dust to the proposed library room. SPORT HILL STRATFIELD HARDWARE LAWN MOWER SERVICE 5 Lawn Mowers Picked Up and Serviced 136 FAIRFIELD WOODS ROAD ' JOSEPH M. GUERRA - Coll ED 9-7745 Serving Easton for Many Years ?C9K0'5'-0+f?s0lG7f0N0N-0'w0'0000'10K-0'2s0'0'-0N0I FAIRFIELD, CONN. s0w0 40'W1'0A0N0w0-s7l010K?'0N01?W5ZW10fW1040G?f70IG?06M7f7f?6x N9 "I start where he last man left off y " r -Thomas A. Edison ' E LE' h ,n -- - . 1 . N 'Milf Q .1 4 fllkbiy j,a fi' ' Ifrfil A ' , 1 Y ,cy t i y X K X WQ FSHC X ll X X. if nb Edison, to explain his incessant and tireless reading of scientific journals, technical papers, patents and books, said that he read to avoid useless repetition of old experiments. "I start where the last man left off." What Edison knew, and' perhaps said in an unquoted moment, is that thousands of men would be needed to "start where he left off. "lust wait a little while," prophesied Edison, "and we'll make electric light so cheap that only the wealthy can afford to burn candles." Edison lived to see lamps that gave four times as much light and cost one-fifth as much to buy. And electric lighting has progressed far beyond that. He recognized that an invention does not end a search. It begin: a search. The lamp was a beginning in forcing not only its own evolution but the evolution of meters, fuses, sockets, wiring, power distribu- tion systems, transformers and generating stations. I-Ie lived to see the company that was formed to carry on dc- velopment of electric light and power evolve into one of the world's most important industrial research centers. Today General Electric laboratories employ several thousand men and women who are seeking new things on widely different fronts. It is seventy-five years since Edison lit the first successful carbon lamp. He will be remembered for inventions that changed the world. But let him be remembered, too, for inspiring so many men to start where he left off. H Pogress ls Our Masf lmparlanf Hvducf GENERAL ELECTRIC X9N9470X?G?17176Y0f?s76N?6Y7s?W206f6N?6W27s?l7'?G7W161f? 40W0 139 93 559'-7'0'I 40140I61s?1?'Qs7'?02610P'?E7171?f?s?G0-6N?W1'0WG?6P0If0N014?6x For All of the NEWEST FASHIONS While they are new Head for " ""' 21655. S 5" ' -46'vvi-'bv'-JGrlIlzIfjz.ay.IH172f7iee MAIN AND CANNON STS. LORRI-.IEAN BEAUTY SALON Specialized Haircutting and Hairstyling by Mr. .lohn and Skilled Operators Free Parking 476 HUNTINGTON TPKE. BRIDGEPORT, CONN Compliments of LUPE'S DRUG STORE NO. 3 1539 BLACK Rock TURNPIE FAIRFIELD, CONN. MERIT HARDWARE "We Rent and Sell Everything" 2087-89 E. MAIN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Tel. ED 3-0103 MURPI'IY'S PRINTING CO. "Social 81 Commercial Printers" DORA MURPHY ED 6-3950 1840 STATE ST. EXT. BRIDGEPORT 5, CONN. "Meat" at TURNPIKE FOOD MART 5 One Stop Food Shoppe ' Opp. Brookside Dr. - FO 8-6224 2434 BACK ROCK TURNPIKE FAIRFIELD, CONN. Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1957 Q KIAMO'S FLORIST'S, INC. 9 ow. 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BARNUM AVE. 1500 MAIN STREET ED 6.1121 amnceroar, coNN. 1190 STATE STREET ED 6-0224 A x - 10:00 :ow 145 9 Autographs A Abromaitis, Lynne 14, 47, 50, 64, 74 Adams, John 14, 62, 66, 76, 107 Adenstedt, Rolf 55, 60, 62, 72, 78, 114 Aftamorrow, George 124 Agonis, Evelyn 114 Alexander, Anita 104, 107 Alexander, Marlene 14 Alexander, Shirli 12, 14 Allen, Gunard 104 Allison, Gladys 74, 75, 79, 115, 117 Allman, Lois 63, 94 Alpert, Marlene 63, 79 Alpert, Rita 125 Altiere, Richard 94 Altman, Deborah 19, 68, 80, 85, 93, 97 Angus, Barbara 10, 14, 75 Angus, Frances 63, 93 Anderson, Carolyn 67, 105 Anderson, H. 115 Anderson, Raymond 42 Anderson, Robert 78, 113 Aquilante, Camille 14, 63, 114 Ashby, William 124 Atorick, Ed 14 Atorick, Richard 125 Auger, Shirley 95 August, Joanne 45, 115 Auray, Lea 104 Avery, Raymond 63, 97 Bagnall, Patricia 45, 63, 72, 124 Baker, Bonnie 63, 88, 114 Bakunas, Nancy 93 Balazsi, Sandra 67, 99, 105 Baldino, Norine 14 Ballerini, Mary 95 Banks, Marilyn 123 Banks, Sam 62, 94 Banyatsky, Elizabeth 115 Baranik, Dolores 125 Baranosky, Frank 15 Barata, Elvira 15, 67, 88 Barlow, Nancy 72 Barske, Harriet 62, 103 Bartolomeo, Noreen 75, 87, 125, 127 Bassett, Barbara 105 Bassett, Peter 74, 124 Bassick, Adrienne 95 Baudouin, David 123 Baudouin, Paul 105 Bau, Elizabeth 72, 77, 96, 97 Bazy, Barbara 88, 104 Beardsley, Susan 67, 77, 85, 115 Beck, Melvyn 94 Beck, William 115 Bedford, Lewis 13, 15, 66 Belfsky, Nancy 15 Belle, Harold 104 Bellitto, Robert 94 Belovitch, Lee 125 Benedetti, Bonita 63, 104, 107 Bennett, Alan 47, 93, 105 Bennett, Loxie 105, 114 INDEX Bennett, Patricia 124 Benson, Nancy 94 Berecz, Barbara 77, 94, 97, 115 Beres, Maureen 70, 124 Berg, Esther 15, 79, 87, 88 Bergen, Linda 67, 75, 77, 78, 79, 113 Bergquist, Bob 15 Berkowitz, Leonard 93 Bernardin, Willard 94 Bieble, Betty 104 Bieble, Robert 11, 12, 15, 44, 66 Binkiwitz, John 72, 87, 113 Biro, Alexander 44, 74, 114 Bishop, Charity 63, 72, 77, 94, 97 Bitzer, Charles 115 Bivens, Allen 44, 74, 93, 96 Blais, Mary 72, 88, 93 Bloom, Linda 67, 71, 93, 97 Blum, Leonard 24, 42, 43, 46, 127 Blumdale, Phyllis 75, 85, 88, 125 Bocialelti, Carole 93 Beclie, Geraldine 114 Bodie, Louis 105, 107 Bodie, Patricia 67, 79, 103 Bodnar, Joseph 94 Boemmels, Barbara 15 Bagan, Lily 113 Bonnett, Richard 74, 94 Bonney, Susan 124 Borek, James 104 Bordes, John 44, 62, 94 Borona, James 60, 78, 103 Bossert, Barbara 63, 72, 87, 88, 104 Bouchard, Robert 16, 65, 72, 87 Bourgeois, Darleen 63, 94 Bousquet, Gail 94 Bowen, Robert 95 Bowman, Jonathan 114 Boyer, Carolyn 114 Bradtmuller, David 16 Bradtmuller, Warren 114 Branas, Patricia 16, 63, 85 Brashear, Betty 124 Brashear, Louise 16 Brauner, Gary 60, 71, 72, 87, 88, 93, 97 Brenin, Clair 63, 67, 79, 88, 123 Brewster, Diane 63, 88 Brewster, Dorothy 93, 113 Brewster, Kenneth 87, 113 Bristol, Nancy 125 Broderick, Gerald 125 Broderick, Gregory 114 Broderson, Louis 9, 10, 13, 16, 42 Brooks, Mary Ann 66, 88, 105, 107 Brown, Eric 94 Brown, Janice 46, 103 Brown, Judith 13, 16, 50, 59, 60, 64, 66, 68, 70, 73 Brunetti, Lucille 125 Buchino, Micheleen 63, 67, 104 Buda, Susanne 77, 85, 94 Bufferd, Wayne 47, 115 Bulkley, Carol 72, 89, 94 Burdge, Lester 16 Burger, Mary Lou 38 Burke, Denyse 51, 72, 77, 115 147 Burke, Geraldine 51, 72, 77, 79, 115, 125 Burr, Alon 113 Burr, Edwin 94 Butler, Barbara 16, 61 Butler, Glen 124 Butorla, Shirley 63, 73, 77, 114, 117 Buzas, Martha 70, 77, 85, 124, 127 Byers, George 94 Byers, Ken 17 Byiteck, Robert 45, 94 C Cacciloa, Pat 67, 104 Campbell, Bonnie 94 Canning, Edith 60, 67, 73, 77, 115, 117 Cannone, Gwendolyn 67, 125 Capazziello, Dolores 94 Cardos, N. 103 Carlson, Beverly 45, 63, 74, 105, 107 Carlson, Eric 42, 43, 76, 93 Carp, Sandra 70, 114 Carp, Stanley 105 Carson, Ann 104 Carson, Carolyn Anne 94, 96, 97 Casale, Martin 17, 61, 66, 76, 107 Cataldo, Joseph 17, 44 Cepero, Louis 10, 17, 59, 61, 62, 76 Cercarelli, Robert 125 Cerina, Ronald 105 Cerra, Dolores 17 Chacho, Ann 17, 62, 76, 88 Chainere, Rita 105 Chalker, Peter 17, 42 Chanaca, Anne 114, 117 Chanady, Patricia 47, 63, 64, 85, 123, 126 Chapin, Martin 104 Chevalier, Joan 17, 59, 67, 79 Chmielewski, Viola 75, 114 Chotowski, Charles 11, 18, 59, 60, 62, 65, 70, 76, 81 Ciarmiello, Mary 18, 45, 63, 64 Cioffi, Shirley 75 Ciofti, Louis 103 Clark, Jeanne 63, 75, 93 Clark, Nancy 18 Clarke, George 64 Clarke, Nancy 46, 50, 64, 93 Clarke, Virginia 10, 18, 46, 50, 64, 66, 75 Clomito, Joseph 114 Clowry, Suzane 67, 74, 114, 115, 117 Coffin, D. 94 Cohen, Arnold 103 Cole, Moriorie 123 Comers, Robert 124 Condon, John L. 42, 103 Cone, Ronald 104 Confaloni, Ernestine 18, 79 Conley, Robert 43, 114 Connelly, James 113 Connelly, William 18 Conway, Joan 113 Corbett, Jeanette 93 Coscia, Barbara 114 Coscia, Frederick 18, 107 Costello, Christopher 46, 74, 123 Coventry, Sandra 115 Crespo, Enid 124 Crosby, Charles 125, 126 Crosley, Patricia 123 Csenger, Leslie 105 Csizmadia, Thomas 115 Csugie, Lorraine 123 Cummings, David 74, 125 Curtis, Gerald 62, 70, 72, 76, 85, 87, D Dakai, Richard 18, 42, 46, 70 Dalton, Anne 19 Dalton, Arnold 124 Dalton, Geraldine 64, 93 D'AIosio, Anthony 19 Danbergy, Patricia 66, 67, 77, 93 Daniels, Janice 113 Day, Mary Alice 18, 46, 47, 66, 77 Debronslcy, Nicholas 105 DeCesare, Albert 43, 105 DeGennaro, Robert 94, 115 Deitz, Doris 19 Delorenzo, Rosemarie 63, 77, 113 Del Vecchio, Imelda 115 Del Vinto, Steve 19, 63 Demarest, Caryl 10, 19, 60, 64, 73, 8 Demarest, Richard 93 De Mino, Barbara 19, 63 Denby, Leo 124 Denter, Sandra 72, 87, 124 DeSaIIe, Dianne 19, 63 DeSantie, Patricia 66, 75, 105 Descheneaux, Sandra 114 Descheneaux, Sonia 114 Devaux, Darlene 63, 67, 75, 104 Dickinson, Robert 20 Dillman, John 11, 20 Di Mattia, Alan 74, 125 Dokurnu, Mary 63, 103 Domeika, Dawn 72, 75, 78, 104 Domeika, Walter 107, 115 Domian, Valerie 123 Donofrio, Patricia 124 Dowling, Katherine 20, 66, 76 Downs, Bratford 115 Drew, Paula 63, 114 Dryer, Jeff 47, 124 Dubos, Ethel 94 Duch, Lorrine 114 Duffy, Lorna 125 Dunning, Sanford 123 Dvoiksy, Edward 125 Dziewulsik, Danny 104 Edwards, Terry 63, 72, 79, 87, 94 Eichborn, Fred 114, 117 Ekstorm, Darlene 113 Eli, Donna 72, 77, 87, 105, 124 Elias, William 74, 94 Ellis, Judy 20, 46, 59, 64, 72, 87, 96 Elwood, John 20, 44, 59, 66 Elwood, Louise 75, 104 Elwood, Mary Beth 63, 68, 70, 104 113,117 0, 81 INDEX gmt., Ember, Kathleen 72, 75, 77, 79, 87, 94 Emrie, Arlene 94 Englander, Glen 47, 115 Enwright, Dorothy 20 Estess, John 123 Estess, Juanita 20, 74 Etrio, Rosemary 87, 114 Everlith, Marlene 105 F Fay, Beryl 20 Fazekas, Judith 94 Fazekas, Patricia 63, 64, 67, 123 Feather, Nanci 21, 41, 126 Feher, Joseph 85, 125 Fekete, Mary Ann 73, 77, 93 Feld, Sheila 62, 63, 67, 77, 113, 117 Fenning, Mary 63, 64, 72, 85, 93 Ference, Paul 104 Ference, Richard 21, 76, 107 Fertko, Andrew 42, 104 Feuerbacher, Dorothy 75, 103, 107 Figlar, Raymond 73, 74, 94 Fingeleski, J. 102 Finsinger, Deirdre 63, 123 Flanagan, John 42, 43, 94 Foito, Ernest 115 Forte, Margaret 94 Fortuna, Frances 63, 123 Foster, David 123 Foster, Dennis 43, 125 Frankel, Arthur 66, 74, 87, 105 Frankel, Emil 9, 12, 13, 21, 44, 59, 60, 66, 68, 72 Friedman, Elena 21, 66, 72 Friendland, Philip 124 Fulop, Irene 113 Fulop, Margaret 63, 72, 87, 88, 115 Fuse, Joseph 85, 104 G Gaduto, Jan 67, 93 Gaidos, Robert 63, 94 Ganchas, James 21 Gancsos, Mel 21 Garriety, Fred 46, 47, 55, 124, 126 Garriety, Janet 72, 87 Garriety, Patricia 94 Garrity, Kathleen 63, 64, 76, 79, 103 Garrity, Maureen 67, 104 Gates, Fred 42, 43, 74, 85, 94 Gauthier, Jacqueline 115 Gazdik, Ronald 113 Geist, Ellen 124 Genesky, D. 88 Gentile, Carol 114 Geohegan, Lesley 63, 64, 88, 93 George, Mary 45, 63, 75, 123 Gerda, Robert 62, 104 Geslien, Frank 94 Gettler, Janice 105 Giarnolti, Josephine 113 Gilligan, Kay 11, 12, 21, 41, 64, 96 Gladestein, Harvey 94 Gladu, Leo 103 148 81 115 Gladu, Velma Glahn, David 21 Glantz, Linda 93 Gleacher, Eric 113 Gleason, Richard 63 Gminski, Constance 59, 60, 78 Godo, Margaret 67, 74, 104 Godo, William 13, 21, 44 Goldberg, Judith 94, 97 Goldberg, Stephen 80, 123, 127 Goldman, Jeff 21, 66, 79 Gombas, James A. 125 Gould, Kenneth 74, 104 Goulding, Gail 8, 21, 46, 59, 66, 77, 78 Goulding, Lynn 46, 64, 88 Grapski, Bernard 94 Grasso, Marie 105, 107 Greco, Alfred 21, 42 Greenberg, Judy 13, 21, 62, 64, 66, 70, 76, 77, 78, 80 Greenberg, Richard 43, 113, 117 Greenblatt, Gerald 66, 94, 97 Greenblatt, Samuel 103 Greenhalgh, Gay 67, 68, 71, 93 Greenspun, Barbara 8, -11, 21, 59, 66, 76 Greenspun, Judith 59, 75, 79, 80, 93 Gresham, Gene 123 Griffin, Gail 10, 21, 61, 76 Grosshans, Barbara 63, 75, 103 Grosso, Margaret 103 Grout, Frederick 94 Grubb, Christina 60, 72, 87, 94 Gudowskos, Elizabeth 87, 125 Gunter, Richard 123 H Hada, Judith 67, 123 Haines, Bonnie 47, 51, 64, 123 Hamilton, Dave 47, 72, 87, 103 Hanford, William 12, 21 Hansen, Leslie 67, 87, 115 Hanz, Geraldine 70, 87, 125 Hardy, Barbara 23, 88 Hardy, James 103 Harrington, Mary Ann 75, 77, 78 Harrington, Maureen 63, 67, 79, 103, 113 Harrison, Phyllis 63, 67, 79, 93 Hart, Donald 43, 125 Hartman, Jeffrey 107 Hauser, June 23, 63 Hausman, Nancy 103 Havery, .Margaret 66, 67 Hawley, John 60, 65, 72, 87, 113 Haydu, Robert 123 Mike 42, 55, 76, 93 Hayes, Heady, Carole 113 Heady, Elizabeth 63, 87, 105 Heady, Joan 23, 50, 63, 64 Frank 94 Healy, Hedberg, George 103 Helgren, Robert 94, 115 Heller, Judith 67, 123 Herlihy, Carol 123 Herlihy, Julie 23 Herlihy, William 63, 125 Herman, Jean 23, 70, 77 Hermann, Gene 74, 105 Heske, Janet 72, 87, 125 Hetherington, Carol 88, 103 Hey, Peter 87, 105 Hida, Lois 88 Hidu, RoseMaria 45, 59, 60, 78, 113 Hill, Pamela 77, 93, 96 Hillman, Robert 60, 62, 71, 74, 78, 123 Hine, Linda 75 Hirsch, Sara 66, 105 Hobson, Sandra 45, 63, 94 Hoeppner, Kenneth 103 Hoffman, Elizabeth 66,114,115 Holcomb, Joan 72, 87, 125 Holmes, Holmquish, Douglas Carol 21, 88 Horowitz, Gershan 62, 78, 89, 93 Horvath, Bruce 72, 87, 113 Horvath, Joyce 43, 75, 113, 117 Horwath, William 94 Howells, David 42, 113 Huchko, Dolores 21, 88 Huchko, Gloria 63, 88, 113 Hudson, Walter 103 Hughes, Grace 77, 124, 127 Hull, Charles 123 INDEX fcontj K Kacegowicz, Jane 87, 125 Kantor, James 105 Kaplan, Janet 93 Kaplan, Linda 67 Karbovanec, Margaret 63, 67, 75, 77, 123, 127 Kardos, Richard 43, 96 Kasa, William 74, 115 Kasden, Stephen 44, 94 Kasvinsky, Peter 87, 115 Kasvinsky, Robert 13, 24, 46, 62, 65, 68 Kavall, Peter 125 Keenan, Gary 123, 126 44, 46, 47, 94 Keiser, Thomas 105 Keller, Marcia 103 Kelly, Carol 24 . Kennedy, Barbara 76, 103, 107 Kennedy, Kathryn 113 Kessler, Donald 94 Kielbus, Kielbus, Christine 25 Nancy 72, 75, 87, 125 Kilburn, Kathleen 72, 87, 105 Kilstrom, Richard 115 Kinsman, David 65, 72, 125 Kinsman, Deborah 63, 65, 74, 85, 87, 94, 96 Kraynik, Cynthia 72, 123 Krokowsky, Patricia 75, 97, 103 Kronfeld, Jay 62, 78, 103 Krozier, Elvira 77, 103, 107 Krysta, Faith 115 Kuhn, Roger 94 Kurimai, Dennis ,123 Kurimai, John 12, 26 A L LaDossiere, Dorothy 70, 75, 94 Laino, Virginia 123 Lagana, Caro 123 Lake, B. 94 Landis, Barbara 113 Landis, Katherine 94, 97 Lansing, Elizabeth 41, 70, 115 Lapero, Thomas 26 LaGuessa, Gail 72, 87, 125 Larsen, Richard 125 Lashin, Robert 105 Lauder, Robert 113 Launer, Judy 147, 51, 63, 64, 77, 113 Lauria, Christine 46, 64, 113, 114 Lavine, David 123 Lee Hutchinson, Alan 103 Hutchinson, Sue 63, 79, 103 Humphrey, Carolyn 77, 125 Hunt, Betsy 11, 24, 62, 64, 85 Huston, lna 105 lanotti, Judy 24 Ingham, Judith 74, 77, 94 Izzo, Michele 125 Kiraly, Robert 25, 62, 66, 76 Kirsten, George 123 Kirsten, Lorraine 79, 113 Kish, Joseph 25 Klein, Joan 93 Klein, Norma 64, 85 Klein, Raymond 62, 113 Klepadlo, Charles 94 Kloss, Thaddius 125 Lazowsky, John 125 Leahy, John 93 Lear, Robert 66, 94, 97 LeDoux, Jeffrey 62, 85, 115 Lee, Frank 94 Lee, Hamilton 45, 62, 72, 87, 113 Lee, Nancy, 103 Lee, Peter 113, 117 , Sandra 63, 117 Kmetz, Dorothy 25 Kmetz, Judith 94 Knott, Norma 63, 75, 85, 88, 113 Knott, Rosemary 63, 75, 77, 94, 97 Kober, Kathleen 63, 67, 123 Kochis, Thomas 74, 115 Kochis, Valerie 79, 113 Kocsis, Louis 25, 46 Koi, Sylvia 25, 68 J Jackiewicz, Chet 24 Jacksis, Roberta 93 Jacobs, Allen 12, 24, 46, 66, 126 Jaco bs, Jacobs, Patricia 72, 79, 87, 103' Susan 123 Jancuska, Janet 105 Janesky, Donna 123 Jankovsky, Charles 115 Jankovsky, James 24, 46 Jankura, Dennis 123 Jaswaye, David 113 Jennings, Russell 24, 42, 65 Jennings, Thomas 123 Jestreby, Barbara 63, 75, 94 Jimmie, Frank 113 Johnson, Barbra 63, 117 Johnson, Karen 88, 94 - Johnson, Lynne 63, 72, 85, 87, 105 Johnston, Robert 73, 103 Jose, Robert 113 Juda, william 44, 124 Judd, Virginia 60, 68, 72, 85, 87, 123 Jurgielewicz, Kristinell 72, 77, 87, 105 Kokonda, Andrew 42, 43 Koliada, Annmarie 72, 115, 117 Kolvig, Robert 103 Komar, Margaret 63, 115 Komaromi, Judy 25, 75 Komlas, Kenneth 105 Kopcik, Robert 124 Kopsco, Kenneth 94 Kopso, Carol 25, 46, 50, 64, 76 63, 64, 80, 88 Korcsmaros, Judy 26, Korczakowski, Dolores 72, 75, 87, 125, 127 Koscil, A. 67, 128 Kostan, Joan 13, 26, 41, 114 Kovacs, Beverly 9, 63, 64 Kovacs, Charles 94 Kowalczyk, Jean 103 Kowots, Donald 125 Krantz, Adele 77, 113, 117 Kwnvik, Mariery ao, 72, 76, 77, 93 Kraskie, Geraldine 123 Krawitz, Judy 26, 66, 75, 76 Kraynak, Michael 26, 79, 87 149 Leech, Darey 63, 115 Leonard, Charles 123 Leonard, Moonysen 125, 126 Lepine, Bernie 103 Lettino, Mary 27, 63 Levin, Nancy 27 Levine, Kay 27 Levine, Robert 67, 125 Leupold, John 94 Levy, Ellen 113 Lieberthal, Dave 62, 66, 123 Lindahl, Nancy 88, 103 Lindsay, Marsha 27 Lindsay, Thomas 103 Lendwell, Elaine 105 Lineburgh, Wilson Ann 41, 75, 94, 96 Ling, John 93 Lips, David 124 Litwin, Joyce 63, 114 Lockwood, Alice 113 Lockwood, Ralph 65, 75, 94 Logan, Francis 105 Logie, David 95 Lohman, Arthur 113 Loicano, John 124 Loud, Carol 93, 96 Luciani, Leo 103 Ludgis, Thomas 94 Lundquist, Michael 105 Lyon, William 44, 123 Lyon, William 44, 123 Osborne, Florence 104 M Machiarelli, Marie 27 Mackey, Brenda 63, 74, 75, 77, 85, 114 MacDonald, Joy 45, 63 , MacGregor, Bonnie 47, 51, 63, 95, 97 MarGregor, Bruce 9, 27, 46, 66, 85, 126 Macleod, Richard 124 MacQuarrie, Susan 68, 103 Magi, Arlene 10, 27 Magi, Edward 105, 107 Magyer, John 27, 66, 123 Moilloux, Joan 77, 87, 94 Mallin, Harold 94 Mamrus Nanc 60 63 72 113,114,117 1 Y 1 1 1 Manderville, Charles 103 Marcinko, Margaret 75, 123, 127 Morden, Delphine 28, 62 Marks, Maridn 47, 85, 103 Marsilio, Madeline 28, 63, 85 Martenson, Lois 95 Martin, Yvonne 95 Mosas, Anita 28, 88, 126 McCarthy, Maureen 94 McCroy, Brain 113 McCulloch, Peggy 28, 66, 85 McCulloch, Robert 74, 114, 115 IN DE X fcontj Moniak, Stephen 104 Morrisey, Eileen 113 Morse, Harry 29 Mozefsky, Helen 29 Mozefsky, .loan 79, 113 Munson, Estella 73, 76, 87, 123, 127 Mureko, George 113 Murphy, Sean 103 Murray, Murray, Corneli 29 Emmy 85,104 Musante, Arnold 124 Musante, Ken 12, 29 Musante, Mary 66, 103 Muschik, Shelie 104, 107 Musto, Arlene 95 Muthersbaugh, Michael 114 Mutrynowski, Allen 183 N Nagy, Arlen 93 Nagy, Gail 29 Nagy, Maryann 29 Nardozzi, Joan 79 Nash, Eddie 124, 126 Nathman, Howard 104 Ostravage, Sally 63, 124 Ostrowski, Carol 93 P Paccione, Marilyn 41, 63, 75, 103, 107 Paget, Robert 81 Paglicue, Robert 114 Pagliuco, Phyllis 30, 85, 123 Palmoski, Judith 67 Palumbo, Frank 103, 114 Palumbo, Frank 103 Panettieri, Martha 124 Paniqutti, Louis 95 Popp, Marshall 44, 124 Paradis, Edward 72, 87, 93 Parker, Janice 114 Paskowski, Dorothy 13, 30, 63, Paskowski, Walter 43, 114 Pastore, Judy 30, 46, 64, 75 Patterson, Robert 114 Patuzzi 50, 63, 64, 93 Pavoni, Patricia 77, 103, 107 Peck, John 104, 107 Peck, Robert 95 Pecker, Anita 63, 64, 76, 123 114 McEIwain, Pamela 60, 74, 75, 79, McGrath, Rosemary 28, 45, B0 McGrath, William 115 McKeown, Carl 124 McPadden, John 29 Medvegy, Beverly 67, 124 Medvegy, Marie 123 1 Melick, Marilyn 45, 63, 75, 85, 123 Mentes, John 42, 48, 78, 113 Menttes, Sandra 28, 46, 50, 63, 6 Meschkan, Ellen 66, 104, 107 Message, Norman 95 Michaud, Gene 115 Michaud, Nan 93 Micholas, D. 62 Mickune, Joan 95 Miglione, Robert 93 Mihailoff, Anotal 103 Mihalchinck, Marion 28 Miklus, Carol 104 Miklus, Donald 103 Mikulka, Ronald 124 Milano, George 104 Milovsky, Bob 28, 42, 66 Milbauer, Alan, 117 Millak, Edna 93 Millbaurer, Gerald 95 Miller, Bestsy 41, 103 Miller, Jane 80, 103, 107 Miller, Leonard 94 Mills, Richard 115 Minor, P. 103 Miske, Robert 124 Mitchell, Barbara 114 Mitchell, Jeff 124 Mqckler, James 123 Molloy, Maureen 63, 79, 94 4 Molnar, Esther 63, 65, 74, 88, 123 Molnar, Ruth 45, 63, 74, 95 Navarette, Patricia 47, 51, 64, 94 Navarette, Virginia 60, 68, 72, 77, 113 Nehring, Fred 114 Neigher, Alan 114 Neigher, Alan 44, 46, 68, 70, 113 Nelson, Jack 113 Nelson, Lydia 63, 114 Nelson, Patricia 41, 72, 103 Nelson, Kathleen 103, 107 Nelson, Vivian 93 Nemeth, Arlene 63, 72, 123 Neverdowsky, Richard 123 Newbold, Ann 123 Newbold, Carolyn 29, 46, 61, 66 Newman, John 44 Newton, Ann 50, 59, 60, 61, 80, 81 Ney, Patricia 67, 75, 124 Nicholas, D. 62 Nicola, Robert 124 Nisansky, Marilyn 113 Noga, Robert 30, 42, 43, 46, 63 Noga, Nancy 93 Norkus, Joan 67, 77, 123, 126, 127 Norris, Joan 104, 107 North, Susan 62, 76, 123, 127 Nowoczynski, Eunice 30 O O'Connor, Joan 75, 78, 113 O'Connor, Susan 63, 75, 95, 97 O'Hara, Jean 63, 123 Okenquist, Floyd 95 Olah, Barbara 114 Olah, Arthur 45, 74, 113, 114 Oleavage, Judy 103 Olson, Ruth 123 Orosz, Fred 30 Orosz, Joanne 67 150 Pecker, Joel 42, 123 Pecker, Myrna 30, 64, 76 Pechalis, Joseph 113 Pelletier, Dexter 43 Peipher, Joan 75, 77, 85, 113 Pekar, John 93 Pennell, John 103 Pennell, Mariorie 63, 74, 77, 124 Pennell, P. 63, 75, 77, 104 Pennewell, Ellen 114 Pennewell, Barbara 93 Perigyi, Charlotte 123 Perigyi, Dolores 31, 72, 87 Perlman, Marshall 113 Perlstein, Sandra 76, 124 Peterson, Barbara 93, 96, 97 Peterson, David 103 Petitti, Frank 123 Petitti, Joseph 124 Petrino, Judith 93 Petrino, Penny 51, 95 Petro, Barbara 60, 72, 75, 77, 85, 113, 117 Petro, Mariorie 31, 84, 88, 117 107 Petrovich, Judith Philips, S. 103 Piccini,'Mary 31, Piccirillo, Annette Pierce, Jane 31, Piewola, Stanley 72, 85, 87 104, 107 46, 50, 64, 66, 113 Pihonak, Nancy 114 75 Piluse, Diane 124 Pinckney, Henry 31 Pinckney, Robert 95, 104 Pisanelle, Daniel 42, 93 Pitts, Cecile 31, 75 Pitts, Bettyanne 93 Plotkin, Barbara 8, 31, 66, 76 Plunski, Ann 79, 87, 123 Pokras, Barbara 63, 76, 113 Pokras, Frances 31, 60 Polohar, Patricia 63, 84, 123 Pomeroy, Diane 103 Ponzetti, John 114 Powell, Nancy Ann 51, 60, 72, Powell, Patricia 32, 64, 66, 80 Prater, Marily Q 95, 97 Prescott, David 124 Priest, Patricia 114 Prion, Barbara 104 Prion, Irene 93 Pulito, Frank 114 84, 103, 107 Pulito, John 123 Purcell, Ann 63, 70, 77, 113 Puskas, Andrew 104 Puskas, Catherine 124 Puskas, John 95 Putnick, Charles 123 Putnick, Mary 79, 93 Q Quinn, Veronica 104, 107 R Radin, Taxes 103 Randall, Carol 32, 66, 72, 87 Randall, Gail 47, 73, 85, 87, 124 Ratuer, Howard 42, 43, 46, 47, 104 Rawson, David 113 Re, Rose Marie 67, 70, 72, 84, 85 Reade, Karen 63, 95 Reed, Beverly 9, 32, 64, 66, 68, 81 Reld, Erik 93 Remeika, Robert 32 Renaud, Joseph Rentz, Judy 113 Renzulli, Angela 47, 51, 55, 64, 85, 123 Rescoe, Roberta 32 Reynold, Karl 95 Ribner, Susan 41, 50, 59, 72, 93 Rich, Carol 45, 63, 114 Riemer, Lillian 113 Riha, Judy 72, 113 Riha, Margaret 63, 72, 87, 114 Ringelheim, Jaan 8, 12, 13, 32, 59, 68, 72, 7 Ringelheim, Paul 59, 60, 61, 62, 93 Risisky, Arlene 33, 59, 66, 77, 80 Roberto, Taxes 114 Roberto, Joseph 114 Rogers, Uancy 104 Romaine, Doris 104 Romaine, Joan 104 Roma, Lucille 124 Romano, Barbara 63, 85, 123, 127 Roske, Joanne 33 Rosko, Robert 95 Rosenfield, Rhona 63, 70, 104, 107 Rosenthal, Albert 44, 103 Rosenthal, Doleres 63, 93 Rosenwculd, Mel 33 Roseawald, Sandra 75, 76, 104, 107 Rossinoff, Barry 85, 93, 97 Rothbard, Phyllis 48, 66, 95 Rozelle, Warren 103 6 INDEX Ryback, Russell 33 Rubinstein, David 114 Ruby, Elinor 113 Rudolph, Barbara 12, 33 Runyon, Bonnie 114 Runyon, Regina 67, 113 Rusnick, Stephen 125 S Sabo, Nancy 33 Sabo, Sandra 79, 93 Sacher, Karen 45, 63, 79, 103, 107 Sadavl, Wayne 93 Salik, Jack 10 Salko, Clinton 123 Salmon, Joseph 44, 74, 104 Salvaggio, Nan 123 Salvaggio, Frank 95 Sansone, Art 33, 74 Qcontj Simko, Joseph 63, 93 Simmons, Ellen 87, 114, 117 Simmons, Wendy 124 Simmons, Lynn 66, 104, 107 Singer, Catherine 103 . Sizensky, Marge 34, 50, 64 Skog, Geoffrey 93 Skinner 123 Slayton, Elaine 55, 114, Slayton, Gary 95 Slesinsky, Beniamin 42, 47, 113 Smalley, Edward 114 Smilovitz, Don 34, 45 117 Smith, Clifford 34 Smith, Cynthia 113 Smith, Daniel 78, 81, 123, 127 Smith, George 10, 35 Smith, Hope 70 Smith, Susan 75, 79, 103 Synder, Diane 14, 123, 126 Sansone, Robert 104 Saracin, William 104 Saunders, Faith 95 L Savage, Edith 67, 123 Sayles, Pat 93 Seanlon, Donald 113 Schaffer, Charles 43, 45, 85, 123 Schecter, Ronald 62, 123 Schemps, Gail 63, 77, 87, 114 Schiffer, Bonita 75, 124 Schiller, Walter 74, 95 Schine, Susan 104, 107 Schless, Jack 114 Schmidt, Allan 44, 85, 93 Schneider, Joan 34, 60, 64, 72 Scheider, John 43, 72, 124 Schuerer, Arthur 123 Schwartz, Ellen 59, 80, 113 Scilagyi, Betty 34, 77 Soderholm, Laura 84, 88 Sohlberg, Leonard 55, 68, 73, Solari, Peter 76, 104, 107 Solari, Ricky 35, 42, 66, 70 Soltes, Bob 35 Soltis, Elaine 104 Sommers, Elizabeth 67, 75, 114 Sostowski, Anne 11, 35, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 72, 7 Spear, Stephen 44, 93 Spisak, Joseph 9, 35, 42, 74 Stadler, Edith 47, 103 Stalowitz, Alexander 124 Stomper, Edward 62, 103 Steele, Patricia 68, 93 Stein, Sandra 66, 75, 95, 114, 117 Stern, Jerry 45, 62, 65, 72, 123 Stern, Michael 113, 114 Sternberg, Joan 64, 68, 70, 89 113 680 Scintu, Karen 79, 93 Scofield, Joan 51, 66, 79, 95 Scofield, Robin 42, 55, 74, 103 Scsaunyiczki, Joseph 114 Seastrand, Arnold 123 See, Patricia 87, 114 Sego, Ronald 103 Seidens, Barbara 70, 75, 113, 163 Seigel, Shelia 45, 124 Setterlandd, Susan 72, 84, 85, 123, 127 Stiliho, Stiliha, Beverly 103 Robert 104 Stock, Jonathan 104 Stokes, Strauss, Ruth 123 Douglas 74, 103 Strauss, Lydia 60, 72, 75, 87, 103 Strauss, Janet 62, 113 Strauss, Joanne 35, 62, 72, 87, 107 Strauss, Judith 62, 72, 87, 93 Strolin, Art 35 Shaffer, Glen 93 Shapiro, Sandra 8, 34, 60, 61, 65, 72, 74, 76, 77, 80 Shapiro, William 104 Sharen, Brenda 63, 75, 103, 107 Shay, Brian 42, 43, 95 Sheatsley, Susan 34, 59, 60, 61, 64, 72, 76 Sheiman, Stuart 114 Sherman, Lawrence 74, 124, 127 Sherry, Frank 104 Sherwood, Martha 34, 72, 87 Shola, Theodore 95 Shopick, Judith 64, 103 Short, Linda 72, 84, 95 Shumofsky, Allan 44, 71, 114 Shurko, Frank 124 Siaurakas, Evelyn 72, 77, 79, 87, 104 Simko, Joan 63, 93 151 Strolin, Margaret 124 Strom, Roland 95 Sudik, Ellen 127 Suich, Frank 93 Sullivan, Jane 93 Sullivan, Michele 93, 99 Supan, Joseph 35 Svenningsen, Karen 77, 113 Swanson, David 36, 43 Swarney, Diane 93 Swarney, Roger 123 Sweeny, Frederick 114 Swiatonowski, Florence 36, 63 Swick, Jack 103 Swist Marilyn 67,71,103 Szabo, Carol 104 Szalay, Barbara 75, 95 Szalay, Janice 63, 93 Szalay, Nancy 36, 64, 84 Szast, Rosemary 114 Szentessy, Alex 1 13 Szobocsan, Mary 36, 45, 63, 64, 84 Szost, Anthony 43, 67, 124 T Takacs, Clara 60, 65, 73, 123, 126 Takacs, Rudolph 47, 123 Tanguay, Gilbert 114 Targowslci, Walter 103 Tarnuczy, Frank 93 Tashman, Leonard 74, 95 Taylor, Laurence 46, 47, 93 Taylor, William 114 Terebesi, Carol 9, 13, 36, 46, 50, 64, 68, 71, 77 Terifay, Alexander 43, 55, 123 Terkuile, John 124 Tessier, Edward 104 Thibault, Alice 36 Thompson, Reynolds 124 Tomsom, Ethel 124 Tierney, Marcia 63, 123 Tippett, Jack 114 Tolmie, George 107 Tolmie, Harold 104 Tomac, Janet 72, 85, 95, 97 Tomac, Richard 104 Toman, Elizabeth 67, 77, 103 Tomaskovic, Janice 67, '1 14 Toth, Barbara 114 Toth, Linda 124 Toth, Ronald 95 Tougas, Gerald 123 Towish, Richard 44 Tower, Elizabeth 67, 75, 104 Tower, Steve 45, 62, 70, 79, 80, 113, 114 Tozzi, Anthony 124 Traussi, Peter 36 Tremblay, Edward 93 Trenck, Barbara 12, 36, 59, 60, 80, 84 Trenck, John 43, 104 Tristine, Shelia 113 INDEX gem., Trudeau, Pat 114 Turcsany, Betty 37 Turcsany, John 95 Turoczi, John 114 Turoczi, Patricia 37, 63, 64, 114 Turoczi, Peter 114 Turro, Barbara 67, 79 Tuzzio, Thomas 46, 47, 126 Tyler, Cynthia 104 U Ulantes, Christine 77, 97 Ulman, Joseph 95 V Van Horn, Moriorie 75, 85, 114 Varaliay, Jean 77, 79, 80, 103 Verzaro, James 184 Vetto, Robert 103 Vidal, Randy 114 Vincze, John 42, 43, 93 Vlader, Raymond 95 Votre, Linda 75, 123 W Wade, John 104 Wahlquist, Elwood 95 Wahlquist, ,Virginia 37, 87 Wallitzer, Carol 31, 47, 60, 64, 72, 75, 8 Walsh, Carol 63, 76, 114 Walsh, Charles 95 Wargo, Robert 47, 124 Wasko, Louise 37, 63 Waters, Geraldine 123 Weaver, Margaret 67, 114 Weintraub, Seth 37, 45, 61, 72, 76 Weiss, Joel 104 Wensky,Georgianna 104 West, Dennis 124 West, Evelyn 72, 114 Westberg, Arlene 93, 96 Westlund, Jerry 95 152 Wettenstein, Beverly 66, 75, 79, 95, 97 Whitney, Mary 63, 75, 104, 107 Wieland, Lynda 60, 63, 74, BO, 84, 103 Williams, Joanne 63, 113, 114 Wilterkink, Ruth 113 Winer, Allan 123 Winniclc, Jeffrey 62 Witsel, Adah Beth 64, 68, 70, 123 Wittenberg, Judy 1, 41, 68, 103 Wood, Judith 67, 114 Woodward, Sandra 93 Wright, Earle 63, 65, 74 Wyllie, Joan 114 Wyllie, Patricia 85, 104, 124 Wysocki, Sandra 72, 87 Y Yahn, Meredith 114, 117 Yeager, Judith 124 4, 103 Yirga, Raymond 114 Yoczik, Ronald 124 Yurdin, Jane 51, 66, 104, 107 Yurdin, Lewis 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