Andrew Warde High School - Flame Yearbook (Fairfield, CT)
- Class of 1958
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measureless scientific field and at the same time to maintain peace and unity.
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CLASS HI TGRY
Anxious to commence our journey in Sep-
tember, 1954, we piled into our respective autos
and began the long drive toward our destination,
graduation. We were cognizant of our under-
taking, but not of the pitfalls and new experi-
ences that would befall us. Before we started
on this unforgettable trip, we had to map out
our course of study and our activities, keeping
in mind our objective - that of reaching our
goal with as much benefit to us as possible. Our
journey was an important one as it would mould
our characters, establish our ideals, form our
acquaintances, and build a firm foundation for
any future ventures. Leadership is vital to any
group expedition, and we found capable "driv-
ers" in our Freshman year with Dottie Clark
as our President, jim Snyder as Vice President,
Sue MacQuarrie, Secretary, and Steve Tower,
Treasurer. In order to have a successful trip and
to enrich our journey, we stopped along the
crowded roadside to stretch our weary muscles
and to indulge in extra-curricular activities, such
as the Freshman Get Acquainted Dance, the
Fathers' Club Show and the Freshman Class
Plays. In the latter, Kathy Garrity, Gershon
Horowitz, Maureen Moore, Timothy Burr and
Dorothy Ridley portrayed the main characters.
As we rode on, we gazed out the windows and
spied many billboards displaying pictures of
groups in our high school, i.e. Citizens, Educa-
tion Project, Student Council, Swimming Club,
Tennis Club, and various sports such as track,
soccer, golf, and football. Although these activi-
ties were time consuming they were the "side
roads" which enrich the journeys of all high
Having successfully completed the first leg
of our journey, we drove into our Sophomore
year with eyes shining, heads held high, and a
more mature attitude towards our trip. After a
few months of travel, we soon discovered that
the main road we had been pursuing was di-
vided, and our expedition was to be split into
two groups. Some of us would be following
Andrew Warde Avenue, while the other half
would proceed up another road named Roger
Ludlowe. Both routes would eventually termi-
nate at the same place. We all knew it was
inevitable that we divide, and it was essential
to strive for a smooth trip, with all voyagers
working together to form one basic unit. The
leaders of our second stage were James Snyder,
President, Virginia Judd, Vice President, Pat
Peck, Secretary, and Maureen Moore, Treasurer.
Our other governing body, the Student Council,
led us wisely through many trafhc jams. This
council was headed by Steve Tower, President,
Pete Rainey, Vice President, Dave Clark, Corre-
sponding Secretary, and Gay Greenhalgh, Re-
cording Secretary. This was the year of the
Sweetheart Swing, sponsored by our class.
Marsha Aker was chosen to be our representa-
tive to the Queen's Court. We will never forget
the Silver jubilee Fathers' Club Show, with
many of the voyagers participating, or the Soph-
omore Play, "A Sign Unto You", with Adele
Krantz, Ray Avery, Connie Gminski, James
Neumarker and Ann Appicello.
Along the road we managed to stop for
awhile to have "passport pictures" taken. These
were for ofiice and personal use.
With the coming of june and exams, we
had to face the fact that now many of our
friends would be travelling along a different
route. In two more years, we would finally meet
in one spot, having attained our ultimate goal.
As we parted, we wished everyone the best of
luck and sincerely hoped we would see them
often as we drove on.
The third stage of our travels was confused,
hectic and a challenge to all concerned. Entering
a new road, separated from many of our friends,
and introduced to the House plan, we managed
to adjust to the new experiences that confronted
us. It was exciting to drive along roads not yet
completed and dodge road builders and con-
struction workers diligently working to finish
the task assigned them. The road was extremely
new, and we had to proceed with caution as
many ditches and detours were there to mislead
us. We were in dire need of good "map readers"
to keep the class on the right path. We chose
to be directed by Mike Hayes, President, Lenny
Sohlberg, Vice President, Angie Venzulli, Sec-
retary, and Robin Scofield, Treasurer. Many of
our voyagers were honored by being chosen to
participate in Quill and Scroll, Modern Music
Masters or National Honor Society. Our class
representative to the State Choir was jerry Stern,
and to A11 State Band and Orchestra, Esther
Molnar and Clare Takacs Crespectivelyj. The
Komian Play, "You Can't Take It With You",
and the Thespian production, "Our Town", were
enriched by the acting of some of the students
in our junior Class. Our year was highlighted
by the prom, "Heaven On Earth", and a new
idea was initiated, "After the Prom-it was Do-
nat's". Many of the travellers preformed in the
Fathers' Club Show-"A House Divided".
Though the route often became diiiicult,
and stop signs and detours forced us to abandon
the road once or twice, we enjoyed the year
and profited by many of our unique ventures.
One of the main objectives in this stage of our
journey was to secure sufficient funds to spon-
sor a foreign exchange student to travel along
our road of study. Our school council sponsored
many activities to raise the necessary money for
We participated in the exercises for the
graduating seniors who had reached their goal
and had traveled along the same road we had
been travelling. Some of us appeared in the
Daisy Chain and as ushers.
As we finish the final phase of travel we
need more than a written explanation of what
has occured during the year. Therefore, members
of our class and teachers have compiled an excel-
lent travelogue of our last year.
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"An unassuming boy, a lad
of good reputef'
Activities: Science Club 1, 25 Stage Crew
Sports: J. V. - Football lg Varsity -
Football lg Intramural - Baseball 2.
"Acting is a part of one's blood."
Honor Societies: Thespians.
Activities: Cadet Choir 1, 2g Komians 3,
4g Theatre Club 45 Fathers' Club Show
1, 25 Sophomore Dramatics 2.
"Boys like him are rarely found -
a leader, a friend, and an athlete."
'The twinkle in ber eyes
Activities: Crimson Crier 3: House Coun-
Activities: Usher's Guild 2g Weekly
cil 3, 4g Father's Club Show 3g Bowling
Newspaper 25 F.T.A. 3g Pep Club 3.
Sports: Intramural - Tennis 2g Bad- 9-lub 3? Wufde Weekly 5-
minton 3. Sports: Intramural - Basketball 3g J.
V. - Fotball 1, 2g Basketball 2g Base-
ball 2g Varsity -- Football 3, 4.
MARILYN ANNE BANKS
"The way to have a friend is to be one." "And the lady shall speak
Activities: Ice Skating Club 3. bg' mind free y
"Lively, mischievous and a
spice of rnirthf too."
Honor Society: M.M.M.
Activities: C.E.P. 15 Ushers Guild 15
Spring Concert 1, 25 Fathers' Club Show
15 Pep Club 25 Tennis Club 25 Fox Ap-
prentice 25 Freshman Dance 15 Pep Club
35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Assembly
Committee 35 Concert Choir 35 Yearbook
"lt's the qaietest people
who accomplish the most."
Activities: Cadet Choir 1, 25 Concert
3, 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Boys'
Glee Club 35 F.T.A.
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 1, 2, 35
J. V. - Football 25 Varsity - Football 3.
"As free as a leaf in the breeze."
"He shall make music wherever he goes."
Activities: Band 1, 45 All-State 1, 45 Red
Cross 1, 35 Crimson Crier 3, 45 House
Council 3, 45 Fathers' Club Show 1, 3, 4.
Sports: Soccer 3.
"A good nature, firm and
constant - never failing."
Activities: F.T.A. 1 45 Usher's Guild 15
Tennis Club 25 Dramatics Club 25 Warde
Weekly 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Yearbook
Committee 35 Komians 35 Student Ex-
change Commission 3: Library Club 3,
45 Committee Chairman-Yearbook 4.
"The jay of youth and health
her face displays."
Activities: F.T.A. 1, 45 Dramatics Club
15 Girl's Glee Club 45 Fathers' Club
Show 3, 45 Choir 2, 4.
Sports: Intramural -'Badminton 3.
Activities: Library Aide 2, 45 Warde
Weekly Staff 3, 45 Daisy Chain 35 Junior
Red Cross 45 Canteen Committee 45
Theater Club 45 Pep Club 4.
Sports: Intramural -- Baseball 3, 4.
"A double blessing . . ."
Activities: F.N.A. 1, 45 Pep Club 2, 45
Junior Prom Committee 35 Publicity
Committee 35 Homemaking Club 3, 45
G.A.A. 2, 45 Dance Committee 45 Social
Sports: Varsity - Basketball Manager5
Intramurals - Hockey 1-4, Baseball 1,
25 Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Bad-
minton 3, 4.
"He who thinks for himself
is a free man."
Honor Societies: Quill and Scroll.
Activities: Choir 15 Chess Club 15 C.A.T.
Council 35 Crimson Crier 3, 4.
Sports: J. V. Football 1, 25 Intramural
- Baseball 1.
". . . is a double joy."
Activities: F.N.A 1, 45 Vice-President
45 Pep Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Library
Aid 15 Home Economics Club 3, 45
Prom Committee 3.
Sports: Intramural Baseball 1, 45 Basket-
ball I, 45 Volleyball 1, 45 Hockey 1, 45
Badminton 3, 4.
Gentle in manner but
vigorous in deed
Activities CEP 1 FNA I 4 FTA
2 Pep Club 3 Horseback Riding Club
2 Stage Crew 4 Dancing Club 4
Sports Intramural Hockey 2
"Friendly, sincere, and reliable,
although quiet in her way."
Activities: F.N.A. 2-4, Secretary 3,
President 45 Pep Club 25 G.A.A. 3, 4.
Mason Representative 45 Mason House
Social Commission 35 House Council 4.
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 1, 33
Basketball 1, 35 Hockey I, 33 Volley-
ball 25 Badminton 3.
"He is rich who is well satisfied."
Activities: Rifle Club 3.
"In school, quiet and sure: outside,
well, we're not so sure."
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 1, 2. Activities: Golf Club lg Swimming Club
1: Student Council 1: Usher 3.
Sports: Varsity - Golf: J.V. - Foot-
"Never boisterous, never loud,
Pat gets along in any crowd."
Activities: Student Council 1: C.E.P. lg
G.A.A. 2: Girls' Shop Club, Secretary 2:
F.N.A.g Freshman Dance Committee:
Film Club: Pep Club: Junior Prom Com-
mittee 59 House Council 4: Junior Red
Cross 4: Skating Club 4: Hospitality
Sports: J.V. - Hockey: Intramural -
Hockey 2, 3: Basketball 2, 4: Volleyball
2, 4: Baseball 2, 4: Tennis 2.
ball 1: Soccer 2: Baseball 2.
"Lively, bard-working and bubbling
over with spirit."
Activities: Class President 1: Cadet Choir
1, 2: C.E.P. 1, Swim Club Vice Pres-
ident 1, 2: Student Council Executive
Commission 1: House Council Vice Pres-
ident 1, 2: Concert Choir 1, 2: Election
Commission Chairman 1, 2, Assembly
Commission 4: House Council 4, Vice
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1, 2:
Volleyball 1, 2.
"A man of manners and achievement."
Honor Societies: Boys' "F" Club.
Activities: C.E.P. 1: F.T.A. 1, 2, 4:
Student Council 1.
Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4: J.V.
- Football 2, 3: Track 2: Intramural
- Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2.
"She came to us a stranger and
remains to its a friend."
Honor Societies: Girls' Club.
Activities: Fathers' Club Show 3, 4:
House Council 3: Service Committee 4,
Pep Club 4.
Sports: Varsity-Hockey 3, 4: Basketball
3, 4. Entered from Amityville High
School, Amityville, LI., 1956. 17
"Quiet he may reem, but you
can never tell."
Activities: Chess ancl Checker Club 5.
Sportr: Intramural - Baseball 2, 3
Varsity - Football 3. Entered from Bas
sick High School, Bridgeport, Connec-
"A little spice and all that': nice."
"A worthwhile friend, .rpirit
"A hurtling energetic rort, a lively
friend, a rare good Jport."
Activitier: F.N.A. 2, 4g junior Red Cross Affivilief 5 Band 1, 33 C-A-T C0UflCi1-
59 Pep Club.
Sportr: Intramural - Basketball 5.
Sports: Varsity - Basketball 3, 4.
"As upright as a cedar."
Honor Societieiz Thespians.
Activitier: Stage Crew 1-4g Fathers' Club
Show l-4g Debating Club 23 Slide Rule
Club lg Chess Club 1, 33 Transportation
Commission 53 Smedley Dramatics 55
Komians 1-4g Social Committee 35 Red
Cross 54 Election -Committee 43 Repre-
sentative to WICC Hi-Time.
Sports: J.V. - Track 35 Soccer 2.
"Her personality ir outihone only
hy her ability."
Activitiex: C.E.P. lg Library Aid 2, 3
Daisy Chain 35 G.A.A. 35 Social Com
mittee, Chairman 45 School Council 4.
Sportr: Intramural - Basketball l-5
Volleyball 1-35 Baseball l-35 Hockey 25
I JANICE DANIELS
"Those move eariert who have
learned to dance."
Actirfitier: Fathers' Club Show l-45
F.N.A. 25 Service Committee 35 Wanie
Weekly 35 Dancing Club 45 Ushers Guild
"The marter of the three C'r: alwayr
calm, cool and collected."
ROSE MARIE DE LORENZO
"I never met a perron I didn? like."
Activitier: Smedley Dramatic Club 3
Ice Skating Club 35 Red Cross 35 Fathers:
Club Show 3.
Entered from Central High School
Bridgeport Conn., 1957.
MARY ELLEN DOKURNO
"S0phiJticated lady - Underlying
Activitiexz Student Council 15 Swimming
Club 1, 25 Dance Committee 25 Red
Cross 35 Glee Club 4g F.T,A. 4.
Sportf: Intramural - Basketball 2-45
Tennis 35 Volleyball 2, 45 Baseball 2.
"With :hater on her feet :he
can't he heat."
Activitier: Library Aide 2, 4.
Sportr: Badminton Club 1, 25 Tennis
Club 1, 2.
"Her ebarm lie: in the fact that rbe,
at need, can gay or reriaur be."
Actirfitier: F.N.A. 15 Pep Club 35 F.T.A.
Sportr: Intramural - Hockey 25 Soft-
ball 25 Tennis 2.
"Her personality rbowr their witty and
gay, her friend: know ber winning way."
Activitier: Red Cross 15 Badminton Club
15 G.A.A. 2, 45 Choir 15 Home Room
Treasurer 1, 25 Pep Club 2, 45 Library
Aide 2, 35 Skating Club 33 Dance Com-
Sporlr: Intramural - Field Hockey 1,
25 Basketball 1, 3, Volleyball 1, 25 Base-
ball 1, 25 Tennis 2, 5.
"Nothing if imporrible to one
MARY ANN FEKETE
"Marie warber from the .foul the dur!
of everyday life."
Acliuilier: Fox 1, 25 Warde Weekly 35
Election Commission 35 F.T.A. I, 45 Dra-
rznatics 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 45 Pep Club
"Let come what may."
Activities: Dancing Club 4.
Sportr: Intramural - Hockeyg Basket-
SHEILA JANE FELD
"She'll dance ber way to fame."
Honor Societierz Thespians.
Aelivities: F.T.A. I-45 C.E.P. 15 Golf
Club I5 Fathers' Club Show 1-45 Theatre
Club 25 Pep Club 2-45 Dramatics Club
25 Library Aide 2-45 Smedley Drama-
tics 3, 45 Komians 3, 45 Ice Skating
Club 35 Daisy Chain. 3g G.A.A. 55 Stage
Crew 35 Library Club 3, 45 Yearbook
Spam: Intramural - Basketball 25 Bad-
M. ROBIN FENNING
"The world it a huhhle and
I have a pin."
Activitierz Library Aide 15 Swim Club 15
Pep Club 35 Dramatic Club 25 F.T.A.
25 Art Publicity Committee 25 Junior
Red Cross 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee
35 Ice Skating Club 35 Foreign Exchange
Committee 35 Warde Weekly 35 Canteen
Committee 45 Fathers' Club Show 3, 45
Yearbook Committee Chairman 4.
Sportrz Intramural - Hockey 35 Basket-
ball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Volleyball 2, 35
"A foot and light hearted I take
to the open road."
Activitiexz C.A.T. Council 3.
Sportxz j.V. -- Football Manager.
"Be glad and your friendi' are many."
Activitier: Riding Club 15 F.N.A. 25
House Council 35 Baton Twirling 3, 4.
Sportr: Intramural - Baseball 35 Bad-
"A quiet .rpirit maker a lady."
Activities: Skating Club 35 Pep Club 3,
45 F.N.A. 45 Library Aide 45 Exchange
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 35 Bad-
minton 35 Volleyball 35 Softball 3.
Entered from Sr. Mary's High School,
New Haven, Conn., 1956.
"It ir hetter to he :mall and thine than
to he large and cart a shadow."
Activitier: Dance Club 45 Ice Skating
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 45 Vol-
leyball 2, 35 Baseball 25 Basketball 3.
"A good tort make: a good friend."
"There i: no index of character
a: :ure a: the voice."
Honor Societier: Thespians.
Acti1fitie:: Komians 45 Theatre Club 4.
Entered from julia Richman High
School, New York City, 1957.
"Full of knowledge, full of fun, a truer
friend there i: not one."
Acti11itie:: Usher 3.
5port:: J.V. - Soccer Teamg Intramural
"The magic of a cheerful face."
Acti11itie:: F.T.A. lg Weekly Newspaper
35 junior Class Representative 3g junior
Prom Committee 3g Senior Class Treas-
urer 4, Usher's Guild 2, 4.
Sportrz Intramural - Baseball 2.
"Sincerity give: wing: to friendrhipf'
Acti11itie:: P.M. Film Company lg Li-
brary Aide 2-45 F.N.A. 2-45 Homemak-
ing Club 3g Daisy Chain 3, G.A.A. 3-4
House Council Treasurer 4g Social Corn-
Sport:: Intramural-Hockey 1-45 Volley-
ball l-3g Basketball 2-35 Baseball 1-35
"Her :mile i: a: big a: her heart."
Acti11itie:: F.T.A. 1, 45 C.E.P. lg Fresh-
man Play lg Library Aide 1, 3, Pep Club
23 Dramatics 23 Bowling Club 2g Home-
making Club 3g Komians 39 G.A.A. 54
Junior Class Representative, Daisy Chain
3g Prom Committee 3.
Sport:: Intramural - Hockey 1, 33 Bas-
ketball 1, 3g Volleyball 1, 33 Softball 1,
3g Tennis 1, 3g Badminton 3.
"Laughter round the eye: mean:
warmth in the heart."
Activitie:: Bowling Club 23 Weekly
Newspaper 35 Dancing Club 4g Pep
"You can tell a man by the golf
score he keeps."
Honor Societies: Varsity Club.
Activities: Sophomore Dance Committee
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 25 j.V.
-Football 25 Varsity-Golf-3-45 Captain 4.
Entered from Plainville, New Jersey,
P'Good nature and good sense are
Activities: Wrestling Club 35 Gradua-
tion Usher 35 Junior Red Cross 35 Crim-
son Crier 45 Bowling Club 4. ,
Sports: Soccer 35 Cross Country 4.
Entered from Harding High School,
Bridgeport, Conn., 1956.
"One who makes his companions
laugh desrves happiness."
Activities: C. E. P. 15 F. T. A. 15 Fathers'
Club Show l-45 Swimming Club 15 Ten-
nis Club I5 Prom Committee 33 Student
Council I, 25 Pep Club 3, 45 New School
Committee 25 Daisy Chain 35 Assembly
Committee 35 Dance Committee 25 School
Sports: Intramural Baseball 1-35 Basket-
ball 1, 55 Tennis 33 Volleyball, 25 Hockey
"Ambition is the stairway to success,
along the steps of friendliness."
Honor Societies: N.H.S.5 M.M.M.
Activities: Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 45
Yearbook Apprentice 35 C.E.P. 15 Swim
Club 15 Junior Red Cross 15 Fathers'
Club Show 1,3,4: New School Color and
Song Committee 25 Pep Club 2,35 Sweet-
heart Swing Dance Committee 25 Junior
Prom Committee 35 Warde Weekly typ-
ist 35 Daisy Chain 3.
Sports: Intramural-Hockey l-35-Basket-
ball l, 35 Baseball 25 Volleyball 25 Bad-
"Rebel with a muse!"
Honor Societies: N.H.S.5 Quill and
Activities: Dramatic Club 25 Sophomore
Play 25 Student Council 25 Crimson Crier
3, 45 Laurel Girl's State 35 Daisy Chain 3.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1, 25 Bas-
ketball l, 25 Volleyball 1, 25 Baseball 1,
25 Tennis 2.
"She is wise who talks but little,"
Activities: Chorus 15 Dramatic Club 25
Library Aide 2, 35 Ice Skating Club 33
Library Club 35 Homemaking Club 4.
"Her happinerr is a guy named joe."
Activities: Yearbook Committee 45
Mason House Council 3.
"ltr her thinking of otherr that maker
one think of her."
Activitier: F.T.A. 1-45 Library Aide 2-45
Pep Club 2-45 Foreign Exchange Com-
mission 3, 45 Warde Weekly 35 Crimson
Crier 35 Prom Committee 35 Election
Commission 45 Yearbook Committee 45
Hoinemaking Club 45 Bowling Club 1,
Sportxz Intramural - Volleyball 1, 45
Badminton 45 Baseball 45 Tennis 3, 4.
"Life ix the thing I do enjoy."
Activitiexz Rifle Club 3,. 45 Debating
Spam: Soccer 3, 45 Intramural - Basket-
"Her wayr are way: of plearantneJ.r."
Activitiexz Ice Skating Club 35 Library
Aide 35 Warde Weekly 35 Dancing Club
"What would life he without sporty."
Activitiexz F.N.A. 15 Library Aide 4.
Sports: Varsity - Hockey 45 J.V. -
Hockey 35 Basketball 3, 45 Intramural -
Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 3, 4.
"Fond of fan, fond of joyr, hat most of
all their fond of hoyrf'
Activities: Swimming Club I5 Pep Club
2-45 Student Council 25 Library Aide 25
F.T.A. 35 Junior Prom Cornmittee5 Year-
"Great men die young - I don't feel
.to well my.relf."
Honor Societies: Varsity "F" 4.
Activities: junir class President, Kom-
ians 33 Graduation Usherg junior Red
Cross, Prom Committeeg Farher's Club
Show 3-4, French Club 3g Chemistry
Club 43 Canteen Committee 4g
Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4, Track 3,
4g J.V.-Football 1, 23 Intramural-
Baseball 1, 2.
"l'm not lazy, l'm conrerving my
energy for future ure."
Activitiet: Band 1, 4.
ROSE MARIE HIDU
"A cute, perky, working lays, .the's
prominent in our Senior Clan."
Honor Societies: N.H.S.g Quill and
Activitiexz Swimming Club lg Tennis
Club lg F.T.A. 1, 2g C.E.P. lg Library
Aid 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3g Soph. Dance
Committee 25 Fathers' Club Show 2-45
Crimron Crier - News Editor 3, 49 Elec-
tion Committee 3g Public Relations Com-
mittee 4g Daisy Chain 3.
Sportr: Intramural-Hockey l, 23 Basket-
ball 1-3g Volleyball 3, Tennis Club lg
"Patience is tbe bert remedy for
Activitier: Library Aide 3-4g F.T.A. 31
Entered from Central High School 1956.
"Whore little body lodged
a migbty foul."
Activities: F.N.A. 1-4 Fox apprentice 1
Bowling Club 2 4' So hom r D
, , , p o e ramat-
icsg Pep Club 3-4, Daisy Chaing Year-
book apprentice 3-4g G.A.A. 4.
Sports: Intramural-Hockey 1-35 Basket-
ball 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 2g Badminton 3
"Intelligence and Personality - What-
Actiffilierz C.E.P. lg F.T.A. 1-4, Presi-
dent 2, 45 Fox Apprentice 1, 2g P.M.
Film Co. 13 Library Aide 1, 2g Pep Club
2, 4, Dramatic Club 2g House Council 35
junior Prom Committee 3g Election Com-
mittee 3g Daisy Chain 35 Canteen Com-
mission 4g Yearbook quotation Com-
mittee 4g Fathers' Club Show 3, 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1.
"Friendliness and good-nature go
a long way in life."
Honor S ocieties: Quill and Scroll.
Activities: Band lg Tennis 2, 35 Fathers'
Club Show 3g Student Council Com-
mittee 3g Crimson Crier Editor 3, 4.
GERSHON HOROWITZ DAVID HOWELLS
"He that hath great knowledge "A reasonable man adapts himself
sparetla his words." to the world."
Honor Societies: N.H.S. Honor Societies: Varsity "F" Club.
Activities: Freshman Play lg Drama- Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4g j.V. -
tic Club 2g Crimson Crier 3, 45 Chemistry Football 1, 2: Track 3.
Club 4g Bowling League 33 Usher 3.
Sports: Varsity - Tennis 3, 45 j.V. -
Tennis 2g Intramural - Baseball 2.
"One can tell her merry nature by the
twinkle in her eye."
Activities: Stage Crew lg F.N.A. 2, 3:
Red Cross 2, 4g Prom Committee 3g
Service Committee 39 Hornemaking Club
35 Pep Club 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Student
WALTER HUDSON ROBERTA JACKSIS
"Let's live now,' life is short." "Cookie's fun and .fancy freef
that? the way she likes to be."
Activities: Ice Skating Club 3.
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 2,
'What parrion cannot marie
raire and quell."
"A good nature ir a hey that
fit: many locks."
Activitier: Girl's Glee Club 3, 45 Pep- Activitier: F.N.A. 1, 45 Junior Red Cross
Club 25 Girls' Choir 2.
Sporty: Volleyball l, 2: Softball 25 Ten-
35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Daisy Chain 35
Election Commission 4.
Sportr: Intramural - Hockey 15 Bas-
ketball 25 Volleyball 15 Baseball 2.
"Leaderr are the lightr of the world and
the rtarr of the human race - linnyir
faeces: in within her smile."
Honor Societier: M.M.M.
Activitier: Student Council 1-4, Presi-
dent 45 Choir 1-35 Library Aide 1, 35
F.T.A. 1, 25 Fox 1, 25 Tennis Club 15
C.E.P. 15 Fathers' Club Show 1-45 Soph-
omore Class Vice Presidentg Theatre Club
25 Pep Club President 25 G.A.A. 2-45
Exchange Commission 35 Daisy Chain
Junior Red Cross 35 Girls' Glee Club
35 Chemistry Club 4.
Sportr: Intramural - Hockey 1, 25 Bas-
ketball 1, 33 Volleyball 1, 35 Baseball 1,
35 Tennis 2, 3.
FRANK JIMMIE JANET KAPLAN GARY KEENAN
"All the world lover a lover."
Activitier: C.A.T. Council 35 Canteen
Sports: Track 15 Decathalon 2.
"Cheerfnlner.r never goer out of fa.rhion."
Activitier: Golf Club 15 Swimming Club
15 Tennis Club 1, 25 Stage Crew 15
Library Aide 15 Dramatic Club 15 C.E.P.
15 Fox Apprentice 15 New School Com-
mittee 25 Sweetheart Swing Committee
25 Pep Club 25 Student Council Art
Project 25 Election Committee 25 Junior
Prom Committee 35 Winter Dance Com-
mittee 35 Yearbook Committee 45 Daisy
Sporty: Intramural - Volleyball 1.
"Sigh no more fair ladier, I have mme!"
Activities: House Council 3, 45 Dancing
"A quiet person except when otherwise."
Sports: Intramural - Badminton 3.
"Her cartoons reflect her
Activities: Election Commission 2: Pep.
Club 2: Warde Weekly 59 Prom Publi-
city Committee 3: Crimson Crier - Art
Editor 4: Yearbook 4.
Sports: Field Hockey lg Baseball 1, 2:
"Shining eyes, a lover of fun, a jovial
heart, she's a merry one!"
Activities: Red Cross 13 C.E.P. 1: Li-
brary Aide 1, 2: Student Council 2g Pep
Club 2: jr. Red Cross Secretary 3, 45
Father-'s Club Show 3: Prom Commis-
sion 3: G.A.A. 3, 4: Daisy Chain 3:
Service Comm. 4g Yearbook 4.
Sports: Intramural - Field Hockey 1, 4:
Basketball 1, 3: Volleyball 1, 39 Soft-
ball 1, 35 Badminton 3.
"He who loves pleasure gives
pleasure to all."
Activities: Red Cross Representative 13
C.E.P. 2: Science Club 2.
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 1, 2.
"He is capable of adapting himself
to place, time and company."
Honor Societies: "'F" Club.
Activities: Golf Club 1, 2.
Sports: Varsity - Golf 1-43 Intramural
- Basketball 2.
"Quiet and difnifieal but always
ready for fun."
Activities: Horse Back Riding Club 15
Library Aide 1, 45 C.E.P. 15 Theatre Club
25 Pep Club 25 Library Club 3, 45 Home
Economics Club 45 Foreign Exchange
Commission 3, 4.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 2, 45
"Great thoughts come from the heart."
Honor Societies: Thespians.
Activities: C.E.P. 15 Horseback Riding
Club Treasurer 1-35 Dramatic Club 2,
35 Sophomore Play 25 F.T.A. 1-45
Weekly Newspaper Reporter 35 Komians
2-45 Komian Play 4.
Sports: Field Hockey 25 Tennis 25 Soft-
ball 1, 3.
"Good sports never make enemies."
Activities: Swimming Club 1:
Sports: Varsity - Football.
"Her character will bring her
Honor Societies: M.M.M.5 Quill and
Activities: C.E.P. 15 F.T.A. 1-45 Choir
1-45 P.M. Film Company 1, 25 Dra-
matics Club 1, 45 Tennis Club 25 Thea-
tre Club 25 Bowling Club 2-45 Editor
Warde Weekly 3, 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1.
"Quiet-until you get to know her.'
Activities: Pep Club 4.
"Beware of the hlondef'
Activities: Election Commission 25
F.T.A. 25 F.N.A. 25 Pep Club 25 Prom
Committee 35 Handbook Committee 3:
Homeroom Representative 35 Warde
Weekly 35 Student Exchange Commis-
sion 45 Dance Committee 4.
Sports: Intramural - Field Hockey 1-45
Basketball 1-35 Volleyball 1-35 Bad-
minton 1-35 Softball 1, 25 Tennis.
"Not quiet, not loud, not short, not tall,
hat a pleaxant mingling of them all."
"He who is willing to work find:
it hard to wait."
Honor Society: Club.
Activities: Service Committee lg Dance
Commission 25 Exchange Commission 35
Red Cross 35 Crimson Crier Editorial
staff 3g House Announcer 35 Senior
Dance Commission 35 Fathers' Club
Show 35 Usher at Graduation 35 Publi-
city Committee Chairman 33 Project
Committee Chairman 35 Rifle Club 45
Canteen Committee 4.
Sporty: Tennis Tournament 25 J.V. Cross
Country 25 J.V. - Tennis 25 Varsity -
Tennis 3, 45 Intramural - Basketball 35
VIRGINIA EILEEN LAINO
"Life ix too .rhort to worry."
Activities: C.E.P. 15 Yearbook Quota-
tions and Characteristic Committees.
Sporty: Intramural - Badminton 3.
"It iI what we do and what we think
that makes as what we are."
Activities: Student Council 15 Social
Committee I5 School Pride Committee
25 Dance Committee 25 Roger's Pool
Commission 25 Crimson Crier 33 Sports
Writer5 Homeroom Chairman 35 Can-
teen Commission 4.
Sportr: j.V. - Track 2, Manager.
"Her air, her manner, all who
Honor Societies: "F" Club.
Acti11itie.r: Swimming Club' 15 Fathers'
Club Show 2, 45 Pep Club 25 Fox Ap-
prentice 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Sophomore
Rlay 25 House Council 3, 45 Club Com-
mission 35 junior Prom Committee 35
Daisy Chain 35 Assembly Committee 4.
Sports: Varsity - Hockey 3, 45 Intra-
mural - Hockey 1, 25 Basketball 1, 35
Volleyball I, 35 Badminton 3.
"She it held high in the heart of onef
Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 2.
Activities: Chess Club 29 Concert Choir
3, 4g Fathers' Club Show 39 Boy's Glee
Club 39 Canteen Committee 4.
Sports: Varsity - Cross Country 39 Ten-
nis 3: J.V. - Track lg Cross Country
29 Tennis 2.
always holds the respect of others."
"Highly erected thoughts seated
in the heart of courtesy."
Activities: C.E.P. 19 F.N.A. 1, 43 Theater
Club 2, 4g Pep Club 3, 4g Bowling Club
2, 43 Yearbook Apprentice 3, 4g Prom
Committee 39 Yearbook Business Staff 39
Daisy Chain 39 GA.A. 4g Yearbook Com-
mittee Chairman 4.
Sports: Intramural-Field Hockey 1, 39
Basketball lg Badminton 3.
"In her own quiet way, she lo-ues
a lot of fun."
Activities: Bowling Club 29 Choir lg
Daisy Chain 3: junior Red Cross 4:
Homemaking Club 4.
Sports: Intramural - Badminton 3.
"A wonderful guy and a sincere friend
to anyone making his acquaintance."
Activities: Fathers' Club Show 3.
Sports: Varsity-Football 3, 4.
"Look into ber eyes and see a little
angel, look a little longer and . . ."
Activities: Student Council 1, Club Com-
mitteeg House Council 5, 4.
Sports: Intramural- Baseball 1g Basket-
ball 1, 2g Volleyball 1, 29 Hockey 1, 2'
Unassurrting, but always friendly."
Activities: Gun Club 3, 4.
Sports: Soccer 3, 4.
"A willing worker, a wonderful friend,
these sl:1e'll be to the very end."
Honor society: M.M.M.
Activities: Student Council lg Secretary
lg School Council, Vice-President 3:
Treasurer 4: Fathers' Club Show 1, 3,
45 Prom Committee 3: Daisy Chain 33
French Club 4g Foreign Exchange Com-
mission 2: Election Commission 2g
Roger's Pool lg Tennis Club 1g C.E.P. 1.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1, 2,
Hockey 1, 35 Tennis 1, 3, Volleyball 1,
3: Baseball 1, 3.
"She's little, but slae's wise,' sl1e's
a corker for ber size."
Sports: Intramural - Soccer 2, 3, Base-
JOHN MENTES NAN MICHAUD ROBERT MIGLIORE
"A man among men, and among
Honor Societies: "F" Club.
Activities: Crimson Crier 3, Sports Ecli-
rorg Fathers' Club Show 3, 4.
Sports: Varsity - Football 3, 4: Basket-
ball-3, 4g Track 35 ,I.V. - Basketball 2
Track 2, Intramural - Basketball 1
"Merit is not to be measured in inches."
Activities: Cadet Choir 2.
Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 25 Base-
"What is ro rare as a day in school."
Activities: C.A.T. Council 3: Canteen
Sports: J.V. - Football 2, Intramural
- Baseball 2: Decathalon 2.
DONALD MIKLUS EDNA MILLAK BETSY MILLER
"The hetter we know him, the "She that doe: good, will find good." "I could have danced all night."
more we enjoy htm' Sports: Intramural- Softball 2. Activities: Fathers' Club Show 1, 45
Activitiexz Golf Club 1, 2. Swimming Club lg Pep Club 2, 4g New
Spam: Varsity - Golf Team l-4, J.V. School Commission 2g F.T.A. 2g Dance
- Football 1, 2, Commission, Chairman 25 Cheerleader
3, 45 Prom Committee 33 junior Red
Cross lg Crimson Crier Apprentice 45
Chemistry Club 4g C.E.P. 1.
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 1, 2g
Hockey 1, 3, Volleyball 1, 23 Basket-
ball 1, 3.
JAMES MOCKLER ESTHER MOLNAR JOAN MOZEFSKY
"Work if work and must he done, hut "She ix happy with a kind heart "A cheerful countenance hetohen:
while I work l have my fun." and gentle will." a good heart."
Activilierz C.E.P. lg Hospitality Com- Activitier: F.N.A. 1-4, Skating Club 3, Activities: Ice Skating Club 3.
mission 5. Band 1-43 All State Band 3, 4. Sporu: Intramural - Baseball 1, 2g Bas-
ketball Zg Volleyball 2g Hockey 2.
"In your chain of friendship, please
regard her as a link."
Activities: F.N.A. 2, 4: Red Cross 3, 4.
Sports: Intramural- Basketball 2: Vol-
leyball 2g Hockey 25 Table Tennis 2.
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"He sets his heart upon the goal
and not the prize."
Honor Societies: Club.
Activities: Social Committee 4g Foreign
Exchange Commission 4g Dance Com-
Sports: Varsity - Football 4.
"He plays not for the glory hut for the
love of the game."
Activities: School Council 3, 4g New
School Committee 2, Chairman: Social
Committee 3, Co-chairman: Fathers' Club
Show 3, 4g House Council 45 Canteen
Sports: Varsity - Cross Country 1, 23
Soccer 35 Baseball 3g Manager - Var-
J.V.-Baseball lg Sophomore Basketball
"A true man hears malice for none."
Activities: Astronomy Club 3: Rifle Club
4g Constitution Committee 4: Usher 3.
Sports: Tennis 25 Varsity Soccer 3, 4:
Intramural - Basketball 3: Baseball 3.
"Buhbling with personality, fall of joy,-
Pat's turned the head of many a boy."
Honor Society: M.M.M.
Activities: C.E.P. lg j.V. Cheerleader,
Captain 2g Varsity Captain 4: Cadet
Choir, Secretary and Treasurer 2g Dra-
matic Club Zg Daisy Chain 3: Pep Club
5, 45 Concert Choir 35 Prom Committee
3: Yearbook Committee.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball lg
Hockey lg Volleyball lg Baseball 1.
RUTH ANN OLSEN
"Tall, dark, and stately - a latly
at her rest."
Honor Societies: M.M.M.
Activities: Chorus lg Cadet Choir 2
F.N.A. lg Library Aide I, 2, 4g G.A.A
3: Homemaking Club, Secretary Treas-
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1, 2, 4
Basketball-1, 2, 4g Volleyball 1, 33 Base
ball 1, 4.
"A glowing personality Shines
through a big smile."
Activities: Library Aide 25 Swimming
Club 25 Red Cross 35 Daisy Chain 35
Dramatic Club 45 Girl's Glee Club 45
F.N.A. 45 Pep Club 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 45 Bas-
ketball 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 45 Tennis 2, 45
Baseball 2, 4.
"Full of cheer, full of pep,' she makes
friends at every step."
Activities: Cheerleader, Varsity 3, 45 Pep
Club 2, 45 Ice Skating Club 35 Mason
Dramatics 3, 45 junior Red Cross 3, 45
Dancing Club 45 Election Commission
15 Ushers Guild 35 Canteen Committee
3, 45 Yearbook Committee 45 G.A.A. 45
Social Committee 1, 45 Library Aid 15
Fathers' Club Show 1, 3, 45 Warde
Weekly 35 Prom Committee 35 F.N.A.
15 F.T.A. 2.
Sports: Intramural - Badminton 3, 45
Tennis 3, 45 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 2,
45 Volleyball 1, 2, 4.
"Charm and personality personified."
Activities: Student Council 2, 45 Hand-
book Committee 25 Library Aide 2, 45
Service Committee Chairman 25 Student
Exchange Committee 35 Election Com-
mission 35 Warde Weekly typist 3, 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 2, 45 Bas-
ketball 2, 45 Baseball 25 Volleyball 3, 4.
CAROL PAPP JETTA PATUZZI PATRICA PAVONI
"She takes life as it comes." "Capable, composed, a master of the "She finds happiness through ser-vice
Activities: Red cross 15 C.E.P.5 Skating
art of heirzg likable."
Activities: Girl's Shop Club 15 Election
Commission 25 Pep Club 2, 35 G.A.A.
2, 45 President 45 Girl's Glee Club 4,
President5 Red Cross 15 Ice Skatin Club 3.
Sports: Intramural - Field Hockey 1, 45
Basketball 1, 3, Manager of Varsity 35
Baseball 1, 35 Volleyball 1, 35 Tennis 2, 35
Track Field Day 2.
Honor Society: M.M.M.
Activities: F.T.A. 1, 45 Pep Club 2, 45
Choir 15 Mason House Council 3, 45
Swimming Club, Vice-president 2, 4.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1, 45
Volleyball 1, 25 Baseball 1.
"What keen delights a quiet life affords."
Aclivitiex: New School Committee 2.
S orts Varsi -Cross Countr 2 V.
P 2 rv v s J-
-Track 1, 25 Intramural-Basketball 2.
"When there? mirehief their .rnre to
be in on it."
Activitiex: F.T.A. 1, 3g F.N.A. Ig Pep
Club Ig C.E.P. lg Stage Crew 2, 3.
Sportx: Hockey I, 2g Volleyball 1, 2.
"Trust follows his words."
Honor Soeietiefz "F" Club
ActivitieJ:Rifle Club 4, President 45
Sportxz Freshman Basketball 19 J.V. -
Baseball, 2g ,Football 2g Sophmore
Basketball 23 Varsity-Football 3, 4g
"Shy, but a good sport and 4 grand guy."
JOAN ANN PEIPHER
"Her .foul ir of 4 gentle nature."
Activitierz F.T.A. 2, 43 Junior Red Cross
Ice Skating Club 3g Horse Back Riding
Club 3g Pep Club 5, 43 G.A.A. 3g Home-
making Club 4.
Sportxz Intramural - Badminton 3.
"Sbe'J quiet to tboxe
who don? know her."
Activitier: Pep Club 2, 3g F.T.A. 23
Spam: Intramural - Hockey 2, 33 Bas-
ketball 2, 4g Volleyball 2, 4.
"People like him for what he is."
"An energetic, unassuming lass."
Activities: F.T.A. 4.
Sports: Varsity -Hockey 43 J.V. Basket-
ball 3g Intramural - Baseball 3, 4g Bad-
minton 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 4.
"ll7hat, me worry?"
Sports: Intramural-Baseball lg Basket-
"They call football rough, hut English
is twice as tough."
Activities: Disatser Committee, Red
Sports: Varsity-Football 3, 45 j.V. Foot-
ball 2g Intramural - Baseball lg Basket-
ball 2g Track 15 Badminton 1.
"Dynamite comes in small packages."
Sports: Intramural--Basketball 1, 2, 4
Baseball 1, 3.
"A horse, a horse, my kingdom
for a horse."
Activities: Horseback Riding Club 1, 4g
Warde Weekly 5, 4g G.A.A. 3, 45 Pep
Club 4g Yearbook 45
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1, 4g
Volleyball 1, 4g Baseball Tennis 2, Bad-
Zninton 3, 4g Varsity Manager Basketball
'Moments would he dull without him."
"The force of his own merit
maker his way."
Activities: Band 2: Rifle Club 3.
Sportr: j.V. Football 1, 2.
"Keep the nature you possesr, it will
hring you huppinerr
Actioitiet: Pep Club 2, 4: F.T.A. 2, 33
Cadet Choir 2: Ice Skating Club 3: Hos-
pitality Commission 5: G.A.A. 3: Home
Economics Club 3, 4: Vice-President 4.
Sports: Intramural-Hockey 2, 3: Volley-
ball 2, 3: Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2.
"A ray of Junrhine with warmth in
her heart for all."
Activities: Cheerleader 1, 2, 4: Fox
Reporter 1, 2:1 F.N.A. 1, 2, 3: Pep Club
1-45 Publicity Committee 1, 3: Red Cross
Representative 1, 3: Student Council 3:
Red Cross 4: Swimming Club 1: Bowling
Sporty: Intramural - Softball 1, 2:
Hockey 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Volleyball
1, 2: Tennis 1, 2,
"One who hring: runshine into the
hearty of other: cannot keep
it from herself."
Activities: Wurde Weekly Stal? 5.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 1
"It'.v dull to think, left talk."
Activities: Chorus 1, 2.
"The world belongs to the energetic."
Honor Societies: Club.
Activities: Badminton Club 15 Pep Club
25 G.A.A. 25 Prom Committee 35 Red
Cross 3, Treasurer5 Daisy Chain 35 Year-
book Salesman 4.
Sports: Varsity-Hockey 45 Basketball
45 j.V. Hockey 35 Basketball 35 Intra-
mural - Hockey 25 Basketball 1, 25
Volleyball 1, 45 Badminton 3, 45 Softball
"Give me 4 lever and I'll move the
Honor Societies: "F" Club.
Activities: Stamp Club 15 Crimson Crier
Staff 35 Prom Committee 3.
Sports: Varsity - Tennis 2, 45 Cross
Country 25 Tennis 15 Sophomore Basket-
ball 25 Baseball 25 Soccer 3, 4.
"Still achieving, still pursuing."
Honor Societies: N.H.S. "F" Club.
Activities: Cheerleader 1, 35 Fox Staii' 15
Swimming Club 1, 25 Sweetheart Swing
Committee 25 Pep Club 2, 45 Fathers'
Club Show 1-45 Yearbook Apprentice
35 Art Editor 45 New School Committee
25 G.A.A. 2, 45 Junior Prom Committee
35 Daisy Chain 3.
Sports: Varsity-Basketball 3, 45 Intra-
mural - Hockey 1, 3.
"A pleasant disposition is a gift
Activities: Stage Crew 15 Choir 2, 45
Sports: Intramural-Basketball 25 Tennis
"Beauty is silent Commendation."
Activities: C.E.P. 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Skat-
ing Club 35 Red Cross Representitive 35
House Dramatic Club 3, Secretary 35
Yearbook Business Staff 35 Daisy Chain
35 Warde Weekly Staff 35 G.A.A. 35
Class Vice-President 45 Crimson Crier
Staff 45 Yearbook Committee 45 Dance
Committee 45 G.A.A. 3.
Sports: Intramural-Hockey 1, 45 Volley-
ball l, 35 Softball 1, 35 Tennis 2.
"Whatever he did was done with ease."
SANDRA SABO WILLIAM SABO
"Happine.vJ if a hahit which "A little picture painted well." "A little non.renJe now and then is
Jhe cultivated." Activities: Sweetheart Swing Committee relished hy the hert of men."
Activitierz Pep Club 29 Library Club 33 25 Bowling Club 23 Pep Club 2g Warde Sportrz Golf 24 Track 3.
Library Aid 3g Warde Weekly Typist 4. Weekly Staff 3.
Sportsz Intramural - Volleyball 2, 33 Sports: Intramural - Field Hockey lg
Badminton 35 Basketball 2. Basketball lg Softball 1.
"I love men, not because they are men,
but hecauxe they are not women."
Activities: Horseback Riding Club 13
F.N.A. lg Mason Dramatics 35 Skating
Club 39 Pep Club 35 Warde Weekly
Typist 35 C.A.T. Council 45 Dancing
E. WAYNE SADOWL NAN SALVAGGIO
"To worry little, to Jtudy lex: is my idea "Your life thall never lack a friend."
Activitiexz P.M. Film Company 1, 23
Rifle Club 33 Red Cross Disaster Corn-
mirree 3, 4.
"To know him well is to like him hetter."
Entered from Fairfield Prep., Fairfield,
"Sunny people make cloudy days
Activities: Daisy Chain 35 F.T.A. 45
Yearbook Business Staff 4.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 3.
"The secret of success is constancy
Honor Societies: N.H.S.5
Activities: Fathers' Club Show 1, 45 New
School Committee 25 Pep Club 25 Daisy
Chain 35 Yearbook Apprentice 33 Year-
book Sports Editor 45 Warde Weekly
Staff 35 Komian Play Committee 33
Dance Committee 35 Exchange Commis-
sion 35 G.A.A. Representative 45 Crim-
son Crier Reporter 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockeyg Basket-
"Although Al is not very loud, he's
certainly liked hy every crowd."
Activities: Election Commission 4.
Sports: j.V.-Track 25 Varsity-Soccer
4, Co-captain 45 Track 3, 4, Co-cap-
"A combination rare and true, athlete,
leader, and swell guy too."
Activities: Fathers' Club Show 3, 45
Swimming Club 25 Dance Committee 25
Graduation Usher 35 Prom Committee 3:
Mason House Council 4 President'
Wrestling Club 45 Treasurer of Junioi
Class 35 Cadet Band 2.
Sports: Varsity-Football 2, 35 Track 3,
Intramural - Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 3.
"Much wisdom often goes with
the fewest words,"
"She is the nicest kind whose
nature never varies."
Activities: Ice Skating Club 2, 4.
Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 1.
"His leadership noted, his humor mellow,
a fine personality, a wonderful fellow."
Honor Societies: "F" Club.
Activities: Dance Committee 25 New
School Committee 25 School Council 3,
45 Nutmeg Boy's State 35 Graduation
Usher 3, Orchestra 35 Prom Committee
35 Assembly Commission 45 Fathers'
Club Show 3, 45 Class President 4.
"I have one heart hut it is taken."
Activities: Pep Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 25
Dance Committee 25 Prom Committee
35 Yearbook Committee 45 Ushers Guild
Sports: Intramural -- Baseball 15 Volley-
ball 1, 45 Basketball 1, 45 Hockey 2.
"It's a friendly heart that has
Activities: Pep Club 1, 25 C.E.P. 15
F.N.A. 1, 2, 55 House Council 35 Student
Exchange Commission 35 Ir. Prom Com-
mittee 35 G.A.A. 35 Yearbook Com-
mittee 4, Senior Write-ups Chairmang
Class Secretary 45 Dance Committee 45
Senior Banquet Committee 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1, 45 Bas-
ketball 1, 35 Volleyball 2, 45 Badminton
3, 45 Baseball 1, 45 Tennis 4.
"Not that I hate study less, hut that
I love fun more."
"Busy, active, full of fun, much she's
undertaken, much she's done."
Activities: F.N.A. 1, 25 Riding Club 15
Bowling Club 35 F.T.A. 2, 45 Pep Club
2, 45 Ushers Guild 25 School Council
3, 45 Handbook Committee 3, Chair-
mang Daisy Chain 35 Red Cross Disaster
Committee 35 Secretary School Council 4.
Sports: Intramural - Volleyball 25 Ten-
nis 25 Hockey 2, 45 Badminton 3, 4.
"A true wit is a man worth knowing."
Activities: Komian Play, Business Man-
ager 4g Chemistry Club 2.
Entered from Central High, Sept. 1957.
"A smile for every fellow, and two
for every girl."
Activities: Stage Crew 1, 23 Fathers'
Club Show lg Student Council lg Service
Committee 25 Band 2.
Sports: Tennis 1, 3g Cross Country 3.
"Knowledge to know, ability to do and
energy to accomplish."
Honor Societies: N.H.S.g M.M.M.
Activities: Band 1, Zg Tennis Club lg
Library Aide 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 33 Stu-
dent Council 2, 39 Sophomore Dance
Committeeg Junior Prom Cornmitteeg
G.A.A. 3, 4g Fathers' Club Show 2, 45
Daisy Chain 35 Yearbook Committee 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1, 4g Bas-
ketball 1, 35 Volleyball 1, 33 Baseball 1,
35 Tennis 2, Badminton 2, 3.
"A terrific guy who's lots of fun, with "Fashioned so tenderly, young H5196 img ,wijyf fond O, gay! but enjoy,
always time for everyone." and fair!! life in 4 qdiet wayll'
Activities: Smedley House Council 35 Activities: Pep Club 2g F.T.A. 25 Bowl-
Social Committee 3. ing Club 3, 45 French Club 33 Yearbook
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 3, 4. Committee 3, Daisy Chain 3.
"Oh, pleasure - you are a
Activities: C.E.P. 15 Swimming Club I5
Tennis Club 1, 25 Golf Club 15 Stage
Crew 1, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Student Council
Committee 25 Pep Club 2-45 Library
Aide 25 Sophomore Dance Committeeg
New School Committee 25 Fox appren-
tice 25 Concert Choir 35 Prom Committee
35 Yearbook Committee 45 Dance Com-
"Full of good meaning and good wishes."
Activities: F.T.A. 1, 25 Riding Club 1,
25 Debating Club 25 Pep Club 25 Dra-
matics Club 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 3.
Sports: Intramurals - Hockey 1, 2'
Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Base:
ball 1, 2.
nothing on earth hothers me."
Activities: Swimming Club 15 Tennis
Club lg Stage Crew 15 Golf Club 15
F.T.A. 25 Pep Club 25 Prom Committee
354Girl's Glee Club 35 Concert Choir
"We have been friends together,
in sunshine and in rain."
Activities: Pep Club 3, 45 Warde Week-
ly Stali' 3, 45 Feature Editor 3, 45 Prom
Committee 35 Yearbook Business Staff
45 Election Commission 45 G.A.A. 45
Crimson Crier Staff 4.
Sports: Intramural - Badminton 35
Softball 35 Manager, Intramural Field
Hockey 4. 44
"Wisdom is to the soul what hea
is to the hody."
Honor Societies: M.M.M.
Activities: Cadet Choir 1, 3, 45 P.M
Theater Club 15 Theater Club 25 Dance
Committee 25 Skating Club 35 Girl's Glee
Club 35 Pep Club 35 Daisy Chain 3
Eag1e's Nest 35 Student Exchange Com-
mittee 3, 45 French Club 45 junior Red
"Bond hair, hrown eyes, and a pair of
skates makes Karen one who really rates."
Activities: Horseback riding Club 15
F.N.A.5 Pep Club 25 Fox Apprentice 25
Dance Committee 25 Ice Skating Club
35 Election Commission 33 Hospitality
Committee 35 Yearbook, Business Staff 35
Manager 45 Fathers' Club Show 3.
Sports: Intramural - Softball 15 Hock-
ey 25 Volleyball 25 Basketball 25 Ten-
Sweet personality full of ra.rcality."
' Activitzex: F.N.A. 2g Dance Committee
, 29 Pep Club 2g Election Commission 3g
F.T.A. 35 Yearbook Staff 3, Father's Club
Show SQ G.A.A. 2-4g Homemaking Club
45 Cadet Choir 1, 2.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1, 2g
Softball 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 2g Basket-
ball 1, 2.
"Cute, clever, full of fun - known
and liked by everyone."
Aetivitierz Student Council 1, 2, Corn-
mittee Chairman 23 Tennis Club 1, 2g
Golf Club 1, junior Red Cross 1, F.T.A.
2, Horseback Riding Club 2, Assembly
Commission 33 Pep Club 3g Yearbook
gommittee 4, Senior Banquet Committee
"A modext man in word, in deed."
Activities: Gun Club 3.
Sportrz J.V. - Track 2.
"I value no man'.r opinion! - for
I have my own."
Activitier: F.T.A. 1g Drama Club 2,
Mason House Council 35 World Af-
fairs Club 4g Audio-Visual Club 4.
"She ix alway: ready with a .rmile,. to lend
a hand and help a while."
Honor Societies: M.M.M.
Activitiexz C.E.P. lg junior Red Cross lg
F.N.A. 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 4, Girl's Shop
Club lg Pep Club 1, 25 Library Aide 1,
45 Student Council Committee 2g All-
Stare Orchestra 3, 4, Wolcott House
Council 3, 4g Student Exchange Commis-
sion 3, 4, Homemaking Club 4.
Sportx: Intramural - Hockey lg Volley-
"A pleamre to know, ar true a friend."
Activities: F.T.A. 1, 4, Tennis Club 15
P.M. Film Company lg Library Aide 1,
4, G.A.A. 45 Badminton Managerg
Usher's Guild 1, 3g Yearbook Business
Stal? 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Junior Red Cross
3, 4g Stage Crew 43 Bowling Club 1.
Sport.r: Intramural - Hockey 2, 3g Bas-
ketball 2, 4g Baseball 2, 4, Tennis 2,
Volleyball 2, 4, Badminton 3, 4.
"On him and on his high endeavor, the
light of praise will shine forever."
Honor Societies: Club.
Activities: Freshman Class Treasurer5
Freshman Dance Committee5 Golf Club
15 Student Council 2, President5 House
Council 35 Yearbook 3, 45 Wurde Week-
ly 3, 45 Graduation Usher 33 Boys' State
35 School Council 4.
Sports: Varsity - Tennis 3, 45 Cross
Country 3, 45 J.V. - Tennis 1, 25 Foot-
ball Manager 2.
"Not too shy, not too hold, 4 winning
smile plus a heart of gold."
SHEILA TRISTINE GERALD TOUGAS
"She's welcome as the sun after "Let tomorrow tahe care of tomorrowf
ct rainy day."
Activities: Dramatic Club 45 Girl's Glee
Entered from Bassick High School,
Bridgeport Conn., Sept. 1956.
SANDRA TYLER JEAN VARAUAY
HA happy diwmmon reflects "Calm, Courteous and Competent."
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Activities: Social Committee 45 Theater C0PV'Ecl1t0r 45 Wdfde Weekly 51 Cum'
Club 4? Red Cross 4- son .Crier 45 Foreign Exchange Com-
mission 3, Secretary5 Public Relations
Commission 45 Sweetheart Swing Com-
mittee 25 Junior Prom Committee 33
F.T.A. 2-45 Pep Club 2-45 Father's Club
46 show 4.
Sports: Intramural - Basketball 25 Ten-
nis 25 Hockey 39 Volleyball 3.
"A man of Jourage is also full of faith."
"I pity those who don't have fun."
Activities: Student Exchange Commis- Sporty: Intramural - Hockey 1: Base-
sion 3, Treasurer: Prom Committee 3:
Sports: Varsity-Football' 4: Basketball
4: 1.V.-Basketball 3: Football 3: Intra-
"True to her work, her words,
and her friends."
Activities: Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4
Yearbook Apprentice 35 Concert Band 1
3'v Concert Choir 4' Cadet Choir 1
ljramatic Club 2: F.INf.A. 1, 4: Home Ecl
Club 3: Swimming Club 1: Student Ex-
change Commission 3.
Sports: Intramural - Field Hockey 1, 3
Volleyball 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2.
ball 1, 3: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2.
RUTH ANN WILTERDINK
"Silence is more elegant than words."
Activities: Choir 2: Junior Red Cross 4:
Girls Glee Club 4.
"An inner flame that never flickersf'
Activities: Band 1, 2: Library Aide 2:
Sophomore Dance Committee 2: Junior
Prom Committee 3: Daisy Chain 3: Year-
book Business Staff 4: Quotation Com-
mittee 4g Barlow House'Council 3: Pres-
ident 4g Stage Crew 4: Pep Club 4: Stu-
dent Exchange Commission 4g Publicity
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1, 4: Bas-
ketball 1, 4: Baseball 1, 3, 4: Volley-
ball 1, 4: Tennis 1, 2.
ADAH BETH WITSIL
"Always looking for a hit of fun, hut
never .rhirking when there's work
to he done."
Honor Societies: N.H.S.: M.M.M.
Activities: C.E.P. 1: Swimming Club 1:
Fathers' Club 1, 4: Pep Club 2: Sopho-
more Play 2: Library Aide 2: Fox Re-
porter 2: School Council 2, 3: G.A.A.
3, 4: Yearbook Committee 4.
Sports: Intramural - Hockey 1 3: Bas-
ketball 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 3: Softball
"A bluslajr beautiful butt sometime:
Activitierz Library Club 3, 45 Library
Aide 3, 45 Daisy Chain 35 G.A.A. 3, 45
Warde Weekly 3, 45 junior Prom Com-
mittee 3g Red Cross 45 Theatre Club 45
Exchange Commission 4.
Sports: Intramural - Baseball 2, 35 Bas-
ketball Z, 35 Volleyball 2, 35 Hockey
2, 35 Badminton 35 Varsity Hockey
"The world is worthy of Jucln a per.ron."
Activitiei: Dramatics 35 Wrestling Club
35 Bowling Club 45 Exchange Commis-
Sporty: Varsity Track 35 Intramural -
Basketball 35 Baseball 3.
Entered from Miami Senior High School,
Miami, Florida, Sept. 1956.
Sitting: Barbara Romano, Vice Presidentg Irene Fulop, Treasurer5 Standing: Lenny Sohlberg, Pres-
identg Laura Sodetholm, Secretary.
Harlow the y
ROY B. BRIGGS
DANIEL B. FITTS
C. HARPER JOSEPHINE M. O'DWYER
KENNETH R. PETERSEN
JOHN M. GLEASON
GRACE A. CARROLL
ROBERT A. BARROWS ARNOLD WILE
ELEANOR K. ANNETT
Sponsor: Library Aides.
M.E. Temple U.
English, Drama, Speech.
Sponsor: Thespians, Komians,
Stage Crew, Student Council.
B.S., Danbury Teacher's Col-
legeg M.A., New York U.: 6th
year, New York U. 8a Fairfield
English I and II.
Sponsor: Barlow Dramatic
B.S., Ohio State U.: A.M.,
JOSEPH C. BATCHELOR
B.S., Syracuse U.: M,S., Syra-
Drafting 'and Radio.
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B.A., Marymount College:
M.A., Fairfield U.
NELL A. GAROFALO MICHAEL D- GERMAN WILLIS GIFFORD
B.A., couege of Mr. sf. vin- Ifhjfa College? M-A-f B.s., Rhode Island College:
52 cent: M.A., Fordham U. It am Co ege' . M.A., Harvard U.
Latin. Hsffume-ml Music' Social Studies.
Sponsor: Concert Band, Cadet
Band Bc Orchestra Dance Band.
FREDERICK D. KLEE
History 8: P.A.D.
ALANSON C. HARPER B.A., Bryn Mawr College
A113-, AUM, Boston U. M.A.T., Yale University.
U.s. History. 511811511-
JANE SANDS KEATOR
ross Country Advi-
LEONARD L. LAUNER
A.A., B.S., M.S., U. of Bridge-
Gen. Math, Algebra II, Plane
Sponsor: F.T.A. Canteen.
ELEANOR C' MARSHALL B.S., Fairfield U.g M.A., Fair-
B.S., U. of Conn. field U-
Clothing, Child Development. Algebra, plain Geometry,
Sponsor: Home Ec. Club. Physics.
ROBERT E. POETL
Sponsor: Intramural Sports
JOSEPHINE ODWYER ROBERT SHACKI-ETON ROSE VECHERELLI
M.A., N.Y.U.g erh Year, Fair- B--A-, U- of Conn-Q M.S., U- of M.A., N.Y.U.
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Sponsor: Rifle Club
B.A., Ohio U.: M.A. New York
Sponsor: Student Council.
GRACE A. CARROLL
B.E., Teachers College of
necticutg M.A., New York
tive and Mother's
RONALD S. BEGIN
B.s.s., Fairfield Us M.A., Fair-
B.S., Gorham State Teachers
Sponsor: Mason House Coun-
cil, Voice of Democracy Con-
test, American Legion Oratori-
FRANK W. CAVENDER
M.S., U. of Bridgeport.
World History, U.S. History
Sponsor: Soccer Team.
EVELYN M. COPELAND
JOHN M. GLEASON
A.B., Mt. St.
M.E.D., U. of New
6th Year, Bridgeport
Sponsor: National Honor
STUART T. COX
B.S., Boston U.: M.S., U. of
B.A., Bates: M.A., Columbia U. Bridgeport.
English. Business Education CLaw,
Typewriting, 8z Economicsj.
Sponsor: Handbook and Warde
PAUL B. GUARNACCIA
B.A., Middlebury Collegeg M.
A., Mexico City College.
Sponsor: Varsity Tennis.
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pringlield College: M. B.A., Hamilton.
flmty College- if. English-
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N. J. MASON ANNA MCCONNELL
B.S. Mount Union College,
M.A. Columbia U.
Sponsor. F.N.A., Student Ex
change Commission, Student
Ed. M., Tufts.
EDITH L. O'DWYER
St. joseph College.
Class of 1959, Home-
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B.A., College of St. Elizabeth
Sponsor: Junior Class.
ALICE C. OGALIN
B.S., St. joseph College, M.A.
L.S., Wesleyan U.
Algebra I, Plane Geometry,
General Math I.
Sponsor: Senior Class Chair-
man, Mason Dramatics Club.
B.S., U. of Maine: M. in Ed.,
Sponsor: Class of 1958, Year-
book Business Staff, Golf
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Algebra, General Math.
A.B., Regis College, M.S., U.
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Sponsor: Mason Intramural English and German-
SPOHS- Sponsor: Crimson Crier.
B.A., Mount Holyoke College.
Latin I, English III.
Sponsor: Smedly House Dra-
matic Club, C1355 of 1960, FREDERICK H. BORMANN IZOBEL BURGSTALLER
B.S., NHSTCQ M.A., Yale U. B. of Music, M. of Music Ed.,
English. Boston U. College of Music.
Sponsor: Yearbook. Ch0i1'-
Sponsor: M.M.M., Student
MARY B. CARLEY
B.A., Hunter College.
Sponsor: Girls' Sports.
PETER L. CLARKE
B.F.A., B.S., Rhode Island
School of Designg M.S.U. of
EDWARD A. CANFIELD
B.S., New York University
M.A., New York University.
Sponsor: School Treasurer.
RAYMOND J. CONDREN
M.A., Fairfield U.
A.B., University of Michigan.
English I, II, IV.
MARY JO KLANICK
A.B., Geneva College:
, Syracuse U.
WILFRED F. GARCIA KATHERINE F. GRACE Sponsor: F.N.A.
B. A.. M.A., University of New B.S., Russell Sage College.
B. A. MACKENZIE
A.B., College of New Rochelle
A.M. Catholic U. of Americai
World History, English.
Sponsor: Girls' Intramurals
JOHN A. RYDER
M.E.D., U. of Maine.
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WILLIAM M. MAGEE
B.A., M.A., University of Con-
Sponsor: Intramural Athletics
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VIRGINIA J. MUSSLER
B.S., Teachers College of Con-
U.S. History, World History.
ELLA E. RICE
A.B., Bates College, M.A.,
Sponsor: House Council, F.
A.B., Emmanuel College.
Sponsor: Cheerleaders, French
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B.S., 6th year, Springfield Col-
lege, M.A., Columbia U.
MARION S. WALSH
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Coach: Varsity Football
English, World History.
v Sponsor: Literary Magazine,
Track' Theatre Club.
ROBERT A. BARROWS
B.S., U. of Massachusettsg M.
A., U. of Connecticut.
EDWARD T. BARRY, JR.
A.B., St. Anselm's Collegeg M.
in Ed., Boston U.
United States History, World
Sponsor: Exchange Student
Commission, j.V. Football.
B.S., Marywood Colege.
Typing I, Clerical Practice.
EBEN W. BURR
A.B., U. of Michigang
U. of Bridgeport.
B.S., Arnold Colege.
Sponsor: G.A.A., Girls' Sports.
DOUGLAS G. CHRISTIE
B.A., Middlebury College, M.
A., Columbia Teachers Col-
American History, Modern
Sponsor: Advisor of School
Council, Coordinator of Stu-
VIRGINIA H. EMERY
B.A., Wellesley Colegeg M.A.,
Sponsor: Wolcott Dramatics.
A.A., Bradford Junior
A.B., Barnard College.
English II, Spanish I.
Sponsor: Freshman Class
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M. in Ed. Worcester State
VINCENT G. KUZAS
B.S.a Teacher's College of Con-
B.S., State Teachers' College.
Sponsor: Auto Shop, Industri-
al Arts, Intramural Sports.
JOHN W. MEAD
A.B., Middlebury College: M.
A., U. of Bridgeport.
Elementary Algebra, Geomtry,
General Math I, General Math
B.S., Gorham State Teachers
Collegeg A.M.. Harvard U.
World History, Problems of
Sponsor: House Council.
MILDRED G. PLUMMER JOYCE A. POWER
B.S., Simmons College. A.B., Emmanuel.
Sponsor: Library Club, Junior Sponsor: Cheerleaders.
JULIE M. SAUR CHARLOTTE SHEA ARNOLD M. WILE
B-A-,'WC11CSlCY- A.B.,Bryn Mawr College: Yale B.S., M.A., New York U.g
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ABBIE NORRIS MARGARET MACGREGOR
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Row 1: P. Bennett, M. Beres, C.
Agristo, B. Benecletti, E. Agonis,
Row 2: P. Armstrong, E. Angus,
D. Altman, L. Allman, Row 3: B.
Banks, L. Aurey, R. Adenstedt, G.
Allen, Row 4: L. Berkowitz.
Row 1: M. Buzas, L. Bloom, C
Buckley, B. Brashear, P. Bagnal
S. Buturla. Row 2: A. Carlson
G. Bodie, E. Bown, C. Bishop
C. Bocialetri, B. Bieble. Row 3
W. Braclmuller, S. Carp, B. Bos
sert, P. Cacciola, M. Buchino, B.
Bazyk, B. Belot, L. Blum. Row 4
A. Biro, G. Broderick, E. Burr, G.
Brauner, J. Bowman, J. Bordes.
Row 1: V. Chimolefski, P. Drew,
B. Coscia, E. Grespo, M. DeLor-
enzo, B. Decker, P. Danberg. Row
2: J. Dryer, P. Confolloni, R. Byi-
teck, G. Demarest, R. Cone. Row
3: S. Descheneaux, D. Devaux,
J. Clark, S. Cohen, D. Domeika,
A. Chanaca, S. Descheneaux. Row
4: A. Dalton, J. Clammero, R.
Commers, R. Conley, D. Clark.
Row 1: M. George, R. Gaidos, M.
Garrity, M. Elwood. Row 2
P..Efeid1and, R. 141af, F. Gesl
lein, B. Grapsi. Row 3: J. Gold-
berg, T. Edwards, M. Goldberg
B. Freedman. Row 4: L. Elwood
K. Gould, F. Gmify, R. Daven:
port, K. Ember. Row 5: R. Ger-
da, F. Eichorn, K. Hoppner.
Row 1: E. Krozier, Row 2: B.
Kennedy, D. Bossiere, Row 3: N.
Knott, J. Keane, C. Kranyik. Row
4: R. Kardos, D. Kaufman, K.
Johnson, P. Karbovanac. Row 5:
D. Kurimai, J. Kovacs, R. Kop-
Row 1: R. Jose, S. Goldberg, D
Jaswaye, W. Jose. Row 2: M
Harrington, C. Herlihy, M. Har-
rington, C. Hetherington, J. Hor-
vath, C. Heady, M. Havery, K
Johnson. Row 3: D. Hamilton
D. Holmquise, R. Greenberg, D.
Janquira, A. Fercho, B. Illman,
Row 1: P. Lee, R. Lockwood, D.
Lieberthal, L. Luciani, R. Lauder.
Row 2: C. Manderville, M. Mc-
Carthy, M. Marks, N. Mamrus,
I.. Martenson, M. Melick, E. Levy,
T. Ludgis. Row 3: J. Leupold,
I. Mayo, -I. Launer, J. MacDonald,
P. Marcinko, D. Kessler.
Row 1: J. Pecker, G. Shapiro, A.
Olah, R. Pager. Row 2: I. Prion,
A. Piecirello, J. Romaine, C. Per-
gyi, J. Lacavagc. Row 3: B. Lan-
dis, B. Pokras, C. Rich, B. Petro.
Row 1: M. Molloy, J. Norkus, V
Nelson, M. Niznansky, C. Mat-
arazzo, E. Munson, P. Naverette
Row 2: A. Gambino, 1. Nardozzi
B. Naverette, K. Nelson, E. Mor:
risey, M. Musante, A. Nerneth
ocko Row 3 A Mihalloff
P. Mal . : . ,
J. Nagourney, A. Musante, R.
Minor, B. Nelson, A. Mutrynoski
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Clinton Salko, President, Evelyn Agonis, Vice Presidentg Diane Snyder, Treasurer, Joanne Williams,
Row 1: Bonnie Navarette, Jean O'Hara, Carol Dusick, Edith
Stadler, Mary Lou Farese, Ann Newbold, Joanne Williams,
Helen Yrus, Edith Savage, Sue Jacoby, Bonnie Baker, Susan
Smith. Row 2: Sharon Phillips, Anita Alexander, Linda
Hine, Pat Polohar, Joan Norkus, Barbara Seidens, Susan
Bonney, Evelyn Siavrakas, Margaret Godo, Debbie Kinsman,
Nancy Powell, Sue Hutchinson. Row 3: Dave Zimme',
Randy Vidal, Frank Palumbo, Dick Hunt, Jim Redin, Nick
Cavallaro, David Peterson, Sam Banks, Joe Simko, Marty
Chapin. Row 4: Bob Haydu, Pete Bassett, Danny Dziewulski,
Art Schuerer, Bruce Horvath, Jean O'Hara, Al Terifay, John
Lazowsky, Richard Tovish, Pete Turoczi.
Row 1: J. Parker, M. Pennell
P. Pennell, S. O'Connor, A. Mus-
to, C. Osborn. Row 2: S. Ostra-
vage, J. Peck, R. Parbloka
Nathman, M. Muthersbaugh
Peritri, F. Palumbo. Row 5:
Pihonak, J. Orosz, P. Ney
Olah, S. Perlstein P. Petrino
Nelson. Row 4: F. Okenquist
Neger, J. Norris, R. Nicola
Row 1: J. Litwin C. Miklos B.
Medvegy Y. Martin J. Mitchell
R. Maraczi I.. Miller. Row 2: B.
Mitchell P. Ludgis B. Mackey
E. Magi. Row 3: D. Martin B.
MacGregor E.L. Murray S. Mis-
chik. Row 4: S. Moniuk G. Mic-
haud C. McKeown P. McElwain
E. Meshken. Row 5: N. Message
D. Logic R. McCulloch J. Mel-
Row 1: R Tomac J Turcsany C
Vlantes J Tomaskovic Row 2:
D. Piluso C Tyler J Turoczi
J. Trenck. Row 3: E. Thomson
E. Tessier R. Vlader . Ulman
M. Vanlvlorn E. Tower R. Val-
entine, R. Tolmie.
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Row 1: I. DelVecchio, S. Coven-
try, M. Cole, L. Duch, D. Eli, E.
Dobos. Row 2: N. Dobronsky,
S. Denter, P. Blomdahl, S. Clow-
ry, P. DeSantie, R. Errio, C. Croc-
co, B. Downs. Row 3: G. Clarke,
L. Denby, A. DeCesare, W. Dom-
eika, E. Dvorsky, L. Csenger, A.
Row 1: G. Burke, B. Carlson, L
Perunetto, G. Cannone, S. Ciofll
D. Burke. Row 2: R. Choiniere
C. Carson, E. Canning, B. Cam:
pell, M.A. Brooks, P. Brennan
Row 3: C. Burdge, S. Carp, W
Bulferd, R. Bowen, A. Gambino
Row 4: G. Broderick, H. Cetola,
G. Butler, E. Brown, R. Cerino.
Row 1: ,G. Wensky, M. Weaver,
E. West, J. Wood. Row 2: W.
Winburn, J. Westlund, D. West
R. Wargo. Row 2: S. Wysocki
H. Zelich, B. Wettenstein, B
Walman. Row 3: M. Yahn, E
Wahlquist, R. Yoczik, J. Yeager
Row 1: P. Trudeau, W. Line
burgh, R. Knott, J. Kranyik, A.
Koscil, D. Korczakowski, E. Lind
wal-1. Row 2: N. Hellgren, N.
Leech, M. Leonard, M. Kornar,
F. Krysta, A. M. Koliada, E. Lan
sing, C. Velanees. Row 3: J
Lichacz, R. Lake, K. Kopsco, J.
Lazowsky, J. LeDoux, T. Kloss, D
Lips. Row 4: R. Kuhn, D. Kowats
R. Horberg, T. Kochis, R. Levine
Row 1: E. Hoffman, J. Jancuska
B. Johnson, S. Kaplan, K. Jur:
gielewicz, C. Humphrey. Row 2:
J. Ingham, S. Hirsch, J. Kace-
gowicz, M. Karmasin, B. Jestreby
N. Kielbus, M. Izzo. Row 3: R
Kilstrom, C. jankousky, D. Kins-
man, P. Kasvinsky, P. Hey, P
Kavall, R. Jacoby.
Row 1: A. Barber, C. Bitzer, L.
Bodie, P. Baudouin. Row 2: J.
Bodnar, L. Belovitch, A. Bennett,
R. Anderson, W. Bernardin, S.
Balazsi, D. Bourgeois, M. Baller-
ini, B. Bassett. Row 3: W. Beck,
M. Beck, N. Benson, G. Bousquet,
G. Allison, S. Auger, E. Banyat-
sky, S. Bolten, R. Alpert. Row
4: N. Bartolomeo, S. Beardsley,
C. Anderson, H. Alexander, N.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Frank Palumbo, Treasurerg Gladys Allison, Vice Presidentg Lolly Hoffman
Secretary, Howard Ratner. President.
ASIATIC F LU SHUT
Row 1: J. August, M. Strolin, L. Prater, A. Ermie, L. Kaplan, N. Bristol, S. Buda, C. Walsh, J.
Holcomb, J. Mickune. Row 2: C. Lagana, S. Munson, B. England, S. Hobson, C. Needham, L. Duffy,
J. Kemtz, P. Priest, E. Pennewell, L. Toth, J. Tomac. Row 3: K. Killburn, S. Frankel, S. Kaspen,
H. Stern, D. Hamilin, K. Brewster, T. Csizmadia, E, Riccio, M. Scugen, D. Pellitier, J. Schless. Row 4.
W. Paskauski, B. Shay, F. Gates, G. Englander, E. Zelle, D. Eli, F. Sweeny, C. Magyar.
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Magyer E Massxe H McClatch
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trorocco D McCarthy G Matto
M Mabolslu L Wrtrers C
Mxtchell Row 4 C Nazas J
Malloux G Myers
1 M Langdon L Kroko
sky N Lucas Row 2 H Letsch
K Lxeberthal L Lmdsrrom P
Lakatos M Lajole S Locke B
Labell J Cromwell Row 3 J
Krawxtz T Leonard F Loren
sen M Launer G Lincoln T
Levy B Lobdell L Leffel Row
4 A Kranyxk R Lashrn P Ker
sara D Lathrop D Lmclwall W
Lucvmko D Larson
Row 1 C Nelson D Pennrng
ton K Pager I Pecker Row 2
S Meumer E Olcsuary P O
Nelll K Phelps T Olah J
Odes W Nagourney Row 3 E
Phxllps B OBr1en H Patter
son C Olson L Nehrlng S
Nelson, C. Panda. Row 4. W.
Pfeif, N. Norrhcotr, J. Ne1songE
Paradis, R. Nichols. Row 5: D
Messer, J. Makowsh, R. Punson
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grove, H. Somley, E. Sawyer, K
Sabanosh, .ShaEer K. Stern
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Linsley. Row 2: K. Sayles, B
Sinolnak, C. Stodolski, J. Sadow
ski, M. Siavrakas, J. Schwarz, W
Schubert, R. Smith. Row 3: B
Scanlon, A. Stilson, J. Shapiro
B. Shacoski, S. Szalay, L. Soley:
S. Rost, P. Sullvagy.
Row 1: S. Zimmer, J. Weinstien,
D. Webster, E. Zenhye, L. Whit-
worth, M. Yrus, S. Zeisler. Row
2: P. Wargo, S. Szalay, S. Wein-
stein, C. Smith, C. Wiggins. Row
3: D. Schempp, J. Szabo, D. Wen-
ten, C. Wiszer. Row 4: J. Zim-
mer, P. Woods, J. Zacchis.
Row 1: B. Johnson, C. Bansak
L. Borkowski, J. Borg, B. Bell
S. Arnold, A. Asby. Row 2: G
Beaudin, O. Belovich, A. Baran-
owski, C. Avary, R. Bowdey, B
Baker, B. Beadie, P. Allen, I
Bennett. Row 3: H. Adentedt, F
Beres, R. Berson, L. Buedinger
J. August, J. Baldo, B. Kropetie
P. Puchino, D. Beresky. Row 41,
R. Bernard, R. Kopah, R. Barkie
D. Kayfman, P. Bakonyi, B. Bur:
Row 1 L Eskwrth T Carameta
M Dowlxng J Kober B Fedls
ko R Chamberlaln Row 2 J
Dertz A Carpenter S Errksson
B Elander B Farkas L Drew
Row 3 L Cholnrere F Cappel
hen M Downs J Chanaca A
Drckey B Edmonds Row 4 R
Patterson H Hofmrller P Hor
vath I Moe R Edgar S Hill
man G Greenhalgh
Row 1: J. Glenn, P. Hidu, N.
Kowats, L. Johnson, S. Halko, B.
Halpin G Hauser Row 2' S
Horwxtz A Gazdxk B Bachrach
M Hnllman C Glanrz S From
km I Gasper K Kerser J Fxrer
P Harrington Row 5 C Hxck
man D Bok J Halasz J Gros
so S Klrban J Hedberg D
Frledman R Kar Row 4 G
Kane P Hnller CS: Greenhalgh
T Tremblay F Frglar
Row 1 S Dzurka R Feldman
W Evans R Ehlert A Dossa
J Engelman R Cepero Row 2
B DAlbora B Csontos T Del
Vento M Byrteck D Charney
D Butkas M Clevxnger B Fed
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Hutchmson K Cummmgs P
D1Meo M Csontos C Ceruttx
A Keller Row 4 H Dyer J
Feher L Chxmmr M Ebsetxn
R Evancho S Drucker T Dar
Row 1: J. Tricarico, L. Thilo, P.
Thompson, E. Tuska. Row 2: E.
Tornay, C. Vecchiarelli, C. Van-
Wagner, P. Vermeulen, R. Vas
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J. Vezina, H. Vilmany, D. Tris-
tine, F. Vetto, P. Trenk, J. Swar-
ney, A. Taylor. Row' 4: L. Ten
nant, M. Votre, D. Udiskey, L.
Vincentini, M. Stevens, M. Stev
ens, J. Toth, F. Tricarico.
Row 1: R. Pinkham, A. Reuther,
V. Riveria, N. Plummer, S. Rich,
1. Roman. Row 3: P. Paul, S.
Reed, S. Rurhenthal,M. Ruseman,
J. Pressy. Row 2: C. Risley, G.
Pulito, R. Prion, J. Riunyak, L.
Proto, S. Romano, H. Popp. Row
4: J. Reed, P. Rockoff, B. Polle,
T. Polaski, 1. Reed, R. Ricchetti,
W. Ruby. Row 5: E. Petirti, C.
Pimeroy, L. Gill.
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Row 1: N. Lake, A. Kantrow, B. Ridley, M. Kranyik, J
Kober, S. Bodnar, J. Srackas, C. Kish, F. Winsky, S. Smuckler
Row 2: R. Maline, J. Fenn, E. Kennedy, E. Patterson, L.
Anderson, A. Jurgielewicz, D. Pelley, F. Czaplicki, T. Bobileff
A. D'Albora, J. Shapiro. Row 5: B. Chibby, D. Jackson, H
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R. Heyde, C. Jones, G. Franko, P. Sockist. Row 4: S. Smey,
C. Lilya, J. Medeiras, A. Paveles, A. Alper, D. Blavartez,
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The 1957 Warde fall sports schedule shows a total
of three wins for the football, cross country and soccer
teams. Despite many reversals, the Eagle representatives
proved themselves to be scrappers and hustlers. Wide
spread sickness depleted ranks to such a degree that the
football squad never was in full strength for much 'of the
season. Cross country could muster only five runners for
two meets, and the soccer coaches were harried by Huctua-
The football squad opened its season on our home
field with Warde's first victory. Bassick fell prey to the
aggressive Eagles, 15-7. Sophomore fullback, jack Flanna-
gan, and junior halfback, Dick Kardos, started individual-
ly impressive season performances by scoring Warde's
two TD's. The crimson line, led by co-captains Bob Ander-
son and Eric Carlson, thrilled the crowd with its crisp
blocking and stellar defensive tackling.
The next three contests pointed out our lack of
depth, however, Coach Tetreau and line coach Dobelstein
attained maximum performance from our regulars in the
game with New Canaan. We nosed out a 7-6 win. Our
score was made on a 50 yard run by Kardos. Linemen Mike
Hayes and Andy Korkorda played an outstanding game.
The remainder of our docket saw us take a drubbing
by Stratford and suffer frustration at the hands of Ludlowe
and Central. The Ludlowe game, played in a pelting rain,
was particularly disappointing. Our two talented ends,
john Pekar and jack Mentes, were hampered by the slick
ball, consequently our ground game felt the offensive
burden. Al Bennett tallied for Warde, dashing 80 yards
on a kick-off return. Brian Shay was a standout with his
heads-up playing. We drew Hrst blood against Central,
but were unable to hold off a late opposition drive. Our
season ended with a respectable record of two wins and
The cross country and soccer teams, both lacking
student support, were statistically unimpressive. Coach
Klee's harriers notched their sole win against Harding.
Senior co-captains Lenny Sohlberg and Steve Tower, plus
Glen Shaffer, john Meclerious and Steve Terebesi were
the insistant Warde placers. The soccer boys could not
find the winning combination for coaches Cavender and
Kuzas. Co-captains Al Schmidt and Al Neigher headed
the fighting booters. Paul Ringleheim's admirable goal
tending and the aggressive play of Doug Holmquist and
Glen Englander provided bright spots in a 0-10 record.
This season's Varsity basketball team compiled a 5-12
record. Despite the frequent reversals, Coach Seirup's
squad demonstrated hustle and team play. Captain Jack
Mentes was our outstanding player, while Lorry Taylor,
Doug Holmquist, Ronny Schecter and Dave Beaudoin all
performed well. Underclassmen Howie Ratner, Tom Dar-
dani and Dan Harris not only gained valuable experience,
but aided Warde's cause.
Our schedule opened on December 15, with an away
game against Bassick. We dropped our first of two losses
to the talented Lions, by the score of 75-51. The combina-
tion of opening night jitters and strong play by the opposi-
tion overplayed our Eagle five. Mentes' 16 points and
Taylor's 11 were high point totals for us.
The Bullard Havens and Fairfield Prep contest were
exciting but disappointing. Offensive lapses hindered our
efforts. Center, Lorry Taylor, bucketed a total of 55 points
in the two games.
Our Hrst victory, which was at Tech's expense, came
after an overtime period. We trailed through three stanzas,
but managed to tie the score when jack Mentes sank a
basket with four seconds remaining in the regulation
period. As the overtime period began each team had 56
points, however, Warde notched 8 markers to Tech's 4.
Doug Holmquist sank 21, Taylor and Mentes 12 each, and
Ray Yalder 11, to lead Warde scorers.
The ensuing five games, each against strong oppo-
nents, did not favor Warde. In the wild scoring Harding
fray, which ended in a 95-65 loss, Holmquist and Taylor
were high scorers with 15 points each.
Ludlowe, playing before a packed house on our home
court, was solidly beaten 58-49. Our squad never was be-
hind, leading 14-11 and 43-57 in the first and third quar-
ters respectively. Ronny Schecter, scoring skillfully, cashed
in 18 points, while Dave Beaudoin with 15 and Doug
Holmquist with 10 scored consistently.
The season's finale against Ludlowe was our only win
during the closing part of the schedule. Dave Beaudoin,
playing his last game, notched 16 crucial points in a losing
Prep game. Dropping a heart-breaker to Staples, 54-49,
the Eagles put on one of the better efforts of the season.
Taylor and-Ratner led the offensive which nearly overcame
the opponents. Milford nipped off their victory in an over-
time by scoring 5 points to our 1. It was a tight game
throughout, with Warde holding a slim advantage during
the first three quarters. Milford pulled ahead late in the
last stanza, but Jack Mentes drove in and tied the game.
In the overtime Milford held us to one final shot.
Warde traveled to Mill Plain School to compete with
Ludlowe, and the trip proved successful because we won
52-55. Ludlowe managed to lead for one quarted, but by
the half time intermission we had rested the advantage
from them and at the close of quarter three led 56-25.
Captain Mentes, finishing a stellar high school career, led
the parade of Warde scorers with 17 points.
Our Spring sports teams seem headed for successful
seasons. Coach Jackson, baseball coach, stated that the
Warde nine has more depth this season than last, despite
the lack of experienced pitchers. Among the returning
veterans are Messrs. Pekar, Neigher, Ratner, Holmquist
and Englander. This year's tennis team, including letter-
winners Paul Ringleheim, Gus Horowitz, Bob Hillman
and Steve Tower will be under the guidance of Coach
Harrity. Aided by Ronny Schecter and the talents of other
newcomers, the squad will definitely improve its record of
last season. On the links, Warde's team, composed of the
men who won us the state runner-up trophy, may go un-
defeated. Captain Rick Gleacher, Ray Klein, Al Burr and
Don Miklus will carry most of the burden for Coach
Stone's team. Coach Terreau's track squad, fwith at least
six home meets and there are at least six home meets sched-
uledb filled with experienced performers, should be much
stronger than last year. Co-captains Scofield and Schmidt,
plus Len Sohlberg, Glen Shaffer and Al Bennett are the
principle seasoned members who will hold forth this team.
Row 1: R. Gunter, AH Neigher, Co-Capt., A. Schmidt, Co-Capt., W. Lyon. Row 2:
D. Jackson, J. Engelman, S. Frankel, J. Schless, M. Popp, R. Feldman. Row 3: Mr.
Cavendar, Coach, H. Gladstein, J. Shaffer, A. Biro, D. Holmquist, C. Kovacs, J. Bordes,
R. Pager, A. Shumofsky, Man. Row 4: E. Brown, G. Skog, D. Dziewulski, G. Eng-
lander, P. Ringelgeim, W. Jose, R. Demaresr.
CRQSS C , UNTRY
- Fairfield Prep
Won - Ludlowe
0 - Stamford
0 - Hillhouse
1 Q - Westhaven
1 - Norwalk
3 - Greenwich
1 - Ludlowe
2 - Greenwich
1 - Norwalk
0 - Stamford
Row 1: S. Greenblatt, S. Tower, S. Terebesi, B. Grapski, Row 2: H. Lee, J. Medeiros,
L. Sohlberg, G. Shaffer.
Row 1: L. Gill, R. Kardos, J. Vincze, R. Scofield, J. Pekar. A. Kokorda, J. Mentes, T. Lindsay, R.
Anderson, E. Carlson, M. Hayes, D. Howells. Row 2: D. Foster, W. Ruby, C. McKeown, R. Figlar,
R. Sansone, J. Flanagan, B. Slesinsky, C. Walsh, E. Tremblay, F. Nehring, E. Mage, W. Beck, H.
Keslan, J. Lazowsky, R. Bernard. Row 3: Mr. Terreau, Coach, F. Garriey, T. Dardani, R. Ricchetti,
F. Gates, E. Zelle, H. Ratner, J. Schneider, L. Noga, C. Salko, S. Hawley, B. Shay, J. Rolzlerto, A.
Bennett, L. Blum, Mr. Doblestein, Coach.
BERNARD s. TETREAM RUSSELL DOBELSTEIN Wards
13 - Bassick
0 - Greenwich
0 - Darien
13 - Milford
7 - New Canaan
O - Stratford
6 - Ludlowe
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those signs boys?
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Which one will get the ball? Lots of luck!
Row 1: L. Sohlberg, A. Schmidt, R. Scofleld, M. Hayes. Row 2: Coach Tetreau, C. Walsh, D. Cardos,
L. Noga, A. E. Newmarm, A. Bennett, B. Scoug, G. Scheffer.
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Row 1: P. Ringleheim, S. Tower, J. Kronfeld, R. Adenstedt, J. Bordes. Row 2: Mr. Guamnaccia
G. Horowitz, R. Schecter, S. Banks, G. Stern, G. Brauner, Manager,
Row 1: B. Pager, A. Neigher, J. Pekar, L. Blum. Row Z: G. Englander, D. Holmquist, H. Ratner,
T. Tuzzio. Row 3: F. Nehring, E. Magi, J. Flanagan, J. Salmon, E. Tremblay, D. Hamilton.
Seated: J. Petuzzi, B. MacGregor. Standing: M. Buzas, J. Brown, A. Westberg,
This year membership in the
G.A.A. was opened to all girls. In
previous years there was a pre-
requisite of six points for member-
ship. A revision in the athletic point
system lowering the number of
points received by members of Var-
sity and junior Varsity squads was
also enacted. The G.A.A. sponsored
a basketball playday and clinic with
most of the area schools partic-
ipating. Girls who were not mem-
bers of the Varsity and j.V. teams
comprised our team.
Faculty Supporters: Miss Powers and Miss Rainville. After game refreshments - The Mothers' Club.
While Warde's female buckateers did not enjoy a spectacular season, they
had a satisfactory 2-9 record and succeeded in maintaining the fine reputation
of good sportmanship established by last year's team.
All of the games were extremely close. The girls dropped the first Ludlowe
game by only one point in overtime and lost three other games by only a three
or four point margin. The two highlights of the season were the Ridgefield and
Stamford trouncings, which our Warde lassies took 42-30 and 36-18, respect-
Captain Angie Renzulli led this year's Varsity squad consisting of forwards
Gerry Burke, Shirley Buturla, Sandy Erickson, Bonnie Haines, Bonnie Mac-
Gregor, Marcia Tierney and Carol Wallitzer, and guards Nancy Clarke, Louise
Elwood, Lois Martenson, Pat Navarette and Judy Petrino, Gerry Burke, the
team's high scorer, chalked up 124 points in nine games, scoring 25 and 22
points respectively in the two Staples games.
The junior Varsity girls deserve a hand for completing a very successful
season with eight wins and one loss. The one blemish on their nearly-perfect
record was the first Westport game, which went into a thrilling double over-
time climaxed in Warde's 21-20 defeat.
High-scoring captain Denny Burke, who bucketed 109 points in nine
games, sparked her team-mates Betty Angus, Sue Bonney, Bev Carlson, janet
Heske, Debbie Kinsman, Judy Launer, Yvonne Martin, Penny Petrino, Nancy
Powell, joan Scofield, Cindy Smith, jane Stenberg and jane Yurdin to victory
throughout the entire season.
Debbie Kinsman had a party for both squads following their last game
with Darien. The girls presented autographed basketballs to Captains Angie
Renzulli and Denny Burke. Miss Carley and Miss Caroll received inscribed
key-chains as tokens of the girls' appreciation of their hard work.
15 - Ludlowe ..
19 - Danbury..
36 - Stamford
39 - Westport
23 - Danbury..
44 - Westport
26 -- Ludlowe ..
42 -- Ridgefield
27 -- Darien ....
24 - Ludlowe ..
17 - Danbury ..
36 - Stamford
20 - Westport
31 - Danbury..
39 '- Westport
30 - Ludlowe ..
48 - Ridgefield
31 - Danbury..
Bonnie, she's only seven feet tall . . .
Row 1: S. Ostravage, A. Gazdik, S. Rosenthal, D. Dunn
N. Mamrus, R. Vasas, H. Adenstedt, A. Reuther, S. Denreri
Row 2: C. Wallitzer, J. Petrino, P. Armstrong, M. Tierney
C. Laurie, B. MacGregor, J. Scofield, S. Coventry. Row 3:
The girls' Hockey Team, coached by Miss Helen
Carroll and Miss Mary Carley and captained by Nancy
Clarke and Joan Scofield, had an unusual record of two
wins, four ties and one loss for its second year of activity.
Forward line players were Sue Smith, Lois Martenson,
Bonnie MacGregor, Angie Renzulli, Marcia Tierney, Carol
Wallitzer and Sandy Coventry. They were supported by
a defensive group composed of Joan Scofield, Bev Carlson,
Nancy Clarke and Pat Navarette - halfbacks, Chris
Laurie, Bonnie Haines and Judy Petrino - fullbacks,
Gerri Burke - oalie. The managers were Dottie Brews-
ter and Suzie Zatka.
The only returning Varsity members were defensive
players Chris Laurie and Nancy Clarke. The Asiatic Flu
took its toll of Varsity players, and eager Jayvees had many
opportunities to participate in Varsity games.
Four tie games in one season make our record as
VARSITY HOCKEY SCORES
Warde 0 Danbury 0
Warde 1 New Canaan 1
Warde 1 Westport 1
Warde 4 Stamford 0
Warde 0 Darien 5
Warde 0 Westport 0
Warde 2 Ludlowe 0
JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY SCORES
Warde l Danbury O
Warde 0 New Canaan 3
Warde 1 Darien 1
Warde 0 Westport 0
Warde 0 Ludlowe 1
Miss Carley, S. Zatka, Man., C. Olson, E. Stadler, L. Marten-
son, B. Carlson, P. Navarette, D. Burke, J. Launer, G. Burke,
A. Renzulli, B. Haines, S. Buda, D. Brewster, Man., Miss
unique, if not as impressive, as last year's. The Danbury
and first Westport games were scoreless ties, while the
New Canaan and second,Westport games were both dead-
locked at 1-1. It is certainly noteworthy that Warde was
the only team to hold the spirited, and undefeated West-
port team twice. The highlight of the season was the
Ludlowe game, in which our girls defeated Ludlowe by
a substantial 2-O score, terminating another successful
season of play.
The Junior Varsity squad finished the season with
one victory, two ties and one loss. Pat Armstrong, Rickey
Adenstadt, Denny Burde, Sandy Denter, Diane Dunn,
Audrey Gazdik, Casandra Havens, Beatrice O'Brian, Sally
Ostravange, Ann Reuther, Sally Rosenthal, Edith Stadler,
Jane Stenberg, Rosemary Vasas, Judy Launer, and Nancy
Mamrus gained valuable experience toward becoming
members of next year's Varsity team.
Captains, keep your eyes on that ball!
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G. Allison, B. Berecz, A. Bivins, J. Borona, R. Ciarmiello,
R. Delvy, S. Frankel, V. George, D. Hamlin, G. Hedberg,
B. Heady, G. Hermann, P. Hey, S. Hobson, G. Hyde, J.
Ingram, S. Jacoby, D. Kaufman, D. Kinsman, T. Kochis, W.
Kosa, H. Letsch, D. Lathrop, L. Lucianio, R. Lockwood, N.
Leech, R. Molnar, B. Mackey, R. McCulloch, P. McElwain,
A. Olah, M. Pennell, J. Redin, E. Riccio, G. Randall, J.
Salmon, G. Shapiro, W. Schiller, M. Sorgen, S. Terebesi, F.
Veto, E. Wright, J. Reed
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Row l: A. Ashby, J. Stenberg, J. Schaeffer, S. Deurka, T. Olah, H. Hillman.
Row 2: L. Chimini, J. Williams, J. Taylor, P. Hiller, K. Stern, C. Olson.
Now in its second year, Andrew Warde's Band
meets in A-15 to practice instead of disappearing into the
cellar as it did last year. This present Band room ranks
among the best. It was beautifully constructed under the
guidance of Mr. German, and holds sixty people. The
members feel the pleasant surroundings add to the enjoy-
ment of playing.
The Band participated in each football game, and
also played at various assemblies and parades. A Band
assembly was given in the middle of the year, and it was
during this that Wardites became aware of how good their
Band really is. The members also took part in the annual
The fine quality which Warde's Band has displayed
this year is an example of the accomplishments the
school has achieved.
Row 1: C. Giminski, G. Randall, R. Demarest, H. Adenstadt, E. Canning, Mr. G-erman, T. Catameta
M. Tekete, C. Takacs, 1. Kober, S. Zeisler.
The school orchestra is probably the least known musical organization at Andrew
Warde. Despite its small size, the members of the group get much satisfaction from it.
Through the capable direction of Mr. German, the group has been making steady progress.
The main event of the year is the Spring Concert in which each member participates.
CADET A D CONCERT CHOIRS
Row 1: C. Grubb, L. Wieland, B. Navarette, N. Powell, A. Witsil, K. Brewster, J. Binkowitz, C.
Klepadlo, A. Carlson, S. Clowry, B. Ridley, B. Bossert, S. Bolton, P. Hagstrom, V. Judd. Row 2:
L. Strauss, B. Baum, B. Petro, H. Lee, P. Kasvinsky, J. Snider, D. Kinsman, D. Eli, J. Strauss,
D. Clark, H. Bansky, C. Wallitzer, P. Bagnall, M. Goldberg. Row 5: I.'Burgstal1er, M. Orto, S.
Cohen D Hamilton, B. Taylor, B. Horvath, J. Riha, B. England, E. Siavrakas, C. Kranyik, M.
Riha, Kranyik. Row 4: S. Setterland, C. Jurgulwitz, C. Ember, R. Adenstadt.
The Concert Choir is an honorary group of singers, it is in the Cadet Choir that stu
dents gain their necessary experience. This year the choirs performed several concerts for
the student body, for the elementary schools and for the general public.
Cappellieri, N. Krelbus, T. DelVento, E. Simmons, L. Choiniere, S. Munsen, M. Marks. Row 2
G. Hanz, Y. Marton, D. Friedman, A. Baranowski, M. Dowling, A. Plunske, S. Ramano, K. Kilburn
D. Lewis S. Smuckler, A. Koliada, J. Tomac, R. Pinkham, D. Korczowski. Row 3: D. Linwall
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Row 1: G. Pulito, J. Shapiro, J. Morgan, B. Fromson, S. Stein, P. Downs, L. Short, S. Denter, F.
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A. Rudolph, C. Lilya, M. Byiteck, L. Kohler, B. Bachrach, L. Bloom, A. Dalbora, F. Vetto, L.
Elwood, J. Sullivan, T. Edwards, S. Wysocki, Miss Burstaller. Row 4: E. Zelle, J. Mo? M.
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Siavrakas, L. johnson, L. Hanson, J. Heske, C. Kobler, E. Linwall, E. Sammers, T. Bobile ,
Boncek, C. Wiggins, C. Buckley, P. See.
Row 1: R. Pinkham, J. Dommu, S. Weinstein, B. Johnson, P. Karbovanec, Copy Editor, G. Horowitz. Row 3: E. Schwarz,
C. Carson. Row 2: B. Hillman, Student Adv.g L. Hoffman, B. Kirsten, J. Varaljay, B. Miller, S. Tower, J. Kronfeld,
News Editor, L. Lansing, Business Man., R. Hidu, Student D. Strauss, S. Greenblatt, A. Stalowitz, D. Smith.
Adv., G. Allison, News Editorg C. Gminski, Student Adv.g
ANDREW WARDE HIGH SCHOOL
James Borona Betsy Miller
News Editors ,.
Copy Editor .,.,....,
Business Editor .,.,.. ..........
Art ..........., ..
., Gladys Allison
Rose Marie Hidu
...,........ Daniel Smith
The Crimson Crier, the monthly student publication
of Andrew Warde, is a rather unique high school news-
paper in that it is one of the few which feels that current
problems and controversies are more important than stale
news and gossip. One of the most important features of
the papers is its Letters to the Editors column, in which
any student may make public his problems or gripes. This
is one of the ways by which the Crier hopes to achieve the
position of the true voice of the students.
Hey boys! Work hard much?
The staff consists of four Editors whose purpose is
to see that the paper functions as a unit, and the Editorial
Board, consisting of approximately fifteen members who
formulate the ideas for articles and decide which articles
are to be published. "Apprentices" take pictures, type, or
get ads. Three faculty advisors, Mrs. Charlotte Shea, Miss
Maryann Welch and Mr, Paul Egan give advice when
During the past fall and winter months, as the school
day ended and darkness approached, the yearbook editors
and faithful apprentices could be found in S-7, munching
on Sue's whole-wheat cookies and Jeanis ever-ready Life-
savers. This nourishment helped to keep them on their feet
as they performed the endless tasks peculiar to those whose
job it is to put out a yearbook.
When the November deadline slipped by without
a warning, the staff Cincluding the committee chairman
and committee membersj -realized that it takes hard work
to compile a yearbook. "Getting the money" was difficult,
for during thefall campaign many Wardites did not un-
derstand why there should be an increase in price over last
year's yearbook. Karen managed the business end very well
and succeeded in soliciting more ads than were originally
Judi and Lynda, the co-editors, were able to keep
their "overseering" separate. One worked with Jean on
copy and the other checked the photography and art with
Susie. This arrangement was satisfactory to all and thus
harmony was maintained most of the time.
Letteri Pat Chanad
CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF ........ ...... L ynda Wieland,
COPY EDITOR ,.......,.... ................ J ean Varaljay
BUSINESS EDITOR ........ ...... K aren Svenningsen
ART EDITOR ,....,...... .,..,...... S usie Ribner
Illustrations .... ,......,...... ....,..........i.......... B o nnie Kirsten
ng . ........ . ..,...........,.,.,...,......,..,.......,. AVV,
Committee Chairmen-Row l: R. Fenning, Identsg
G. Greenhalgh, Historyg N. Lindahl, Index. Row 2: E.
Schwartz, Girls Sports, S. Tower, Boys Sports. Miss-
ing: J. Sternberg, Quotations.
The editors had some great brain-storming sessions.
At one meeting before the December vacation it was de-
cided that the Class History would have a border going
around three sides, with the legend "Our 720 Days' Jour-
ney Through High School" on it. Another time, our very
nice printer, Mr. Raymond O'Toole, answered one of the
staffs most urgent questions: "What does the 'T' in T.
O'Toole stand for?" - by telling us what we were hoping
to hear, Timothy. Immediately following this, the editors
put on their thinking-caps and came up with names like
Tex, Hugh and George for future generations of O'Tooles.
This indicates the deep thinking that goes into the com-
position of a year book!
With Mr. Bormann's patient, helpful guidance Ceven
though he was as much of a novice at "yearbooking" as
the rest of usb and with the assistance of Miss Keator, Mr.
Clarke and Mr. Stone, the staff eventually met the March
deadline with the feeling of "a good job well done"!
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An unusually calm moment before a continual storm.
Apprentices-Row 1: D. Altman, S, Feld, E, Canning, L. Kaplan, B. Wettenstein, S. Rosenwalcl,
S. Clowry. Row 2: K. Scinto, A. Witsil, L. Bloom, C. Kfanyilc, S. Phillips, N. Powell, J. Yurdin.
Row 5: A. Westberg, E. Toman, S, Setterlund, S. Shaw, D. Snyder, B. Johnson. '
Row 1: B. Wettenstein, L. Martenson, J. Firer, S. Weinstein, 1 son, M. Kranyik, Managing Editorg M. Sullivan, Copy Edi-
S. Zatka, A. Plunske, J. Nardozzi, S. Smith. Row 2: E. tor, S. Cox, Advisor, B. Horvath, Art Editor, S. Hutchinson,
Stadler, J. Palmoski, R. Runyon, R. Karp, S. Tower, T. Publications Manager, H. Domeika, L. Hansen.
Bobileff, E. Siavrakas, P. Bodie. Row 5: S. Bodnar, B. Carl-
Warde Weekly members, Reba Karp, Helen Domeika, Margie Kranyik, Tanya
Bobileff, and June Fiter, work on the next issue.
MANAGING EDITOR ...,..,.
COPY EDITOR ......... ........
ART EDITOR ....... ....... B ruce Horvath
PUBLICATIONS ...... ..... S ue Hutchinson
E. Siavrakas . Domeika
M. Sargen Firer
S. Weinstein . Plummen
B. Freedman Bobileff
R. Karp Lear
J. Nardozzi B. Turro
s. Smith P, Bpdie
B. Carlson S. Zatka
S. Bodnar A. Plunske
5, Warde's first magazine is by you and for you. We
on the staff spent an eventful first year at the job
carrying out this ideal for everyone in the school. The
"mag" came out only twice during this school year in
order that we might get all our problems ironed out
and production running smoothly. In years to come it
will burst forth four times a year or about once every
Actually our main problems were trying to get
all our contributors to hand in their copy and trying to
find new ways to print and produce. The mug shots that
surround this prosey bit are pictures of our hard-
working staff. They always say the first year's the
hardest. just you wait 'til next year!
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Row 1: S. Clowry, C. Humphery, N. Battolomeo. Row 2: S. Siegle, Miss Walsh, L. Lansing, C.
Magyar. Row 3: B. Wettenstein, L. Hansen, J. Kronfeld, E. Canning, J. Scofield, D. Korczakowski.
STUDE T'S COUNCIL
Row 1: 1. Judd, P. Steele, J. Vfittenberg. Row 2: K. Garrity,
M. Elwood, G. Dalton, R. Knott, B. Navarette. Row 3: Miss
Burgstaller, A. Witsil, P. Hagstrom, J. Parker, R. Quinn, Mr.
The governing body of our school, the School Coun-
cil, which is composed of representatives from both the
faculty and the student body, has played an influential
and active role in the enforcement and establishment of
school rules and student privileges. Through its com-
mittees and commissions the council has provided a
varied number of social events and extra-curricular activ-
One of the Council's main endeavors was to devise
a code of aims and objectives under which it planned to
function. This code proposed to interest the student body
in all school activities, to provide a link between the
faculty and the students and to give students an opportu-
nity to partake in the responsibility of school events.
Beginning work early in September, the Council
started its program by holding a weekend workshop at a
camp in Colebrook, Connecticut. The object of the work-
shop was to give the council members an opportunity to
work as a unit, to set up a long range program for the year,
and to accomplish a maximum of work in a minimum of
Christie. Row 4: S. Tower, J. Bowman, L. Taylor, E. Nash. Row
C. S h ff r, L. Blum.
5: L. Sohlberg, R. Greenberg, Mr. German, c ae e
The School Council also proudly played host to a.
number of students and faculty delegates from South
Western Connecticut who took part in the regional con-
ference of the South West Federation of Student Councils.
The Council has striven to provide the students with
the activities they desired. Through the Assembly Com-
mission, the school has had a number of excellent assem-
blies and also some spirit boosting pep rallies. The Social
and Canteen Committees have provided for the sponsor-
ship of numerous dances, canteens, and the highlight of
the social year, a record hop. Many different and new clubs,
to comply with the interests of all students, were chartered
by the club commission.
As a service to the school, the Council has provided
the students with schedules of all sport events. The Eagles
Nest campaign has furnished them with the opportunity
to contribute to a number of charities.
Through the co-operation of the administration and
the support of the student body the Council has achieved
S. MacQuarrie, J. Judd, P. Steel, Mr. Christie, D. Prescott, Miss Burgstaller.
The Student Exchange Commis-
sion was established last year so that
a foreign student could be brought to
our school. In order to nuance this
undertaking, the Student Exchange
Commission has conducted several
money-raising projects. These in-
cluded selling Warde buttons, news-
papers, and refreshments at sports
and social events, sponsoring events
such as the International Dance and
the Student-Faculty basketball gameg
checking coats at school functions,
and operating a snack bar after
school. Through these efforts An-
drew Warde will have the pleasure
of welcoming its second Foreign
Exchange Student next year and of
sending a fellow classmate abroad.
The members of the Executive
Committee of the student Council
co-ordinate the movements in the
Council and plan agendas for meet-
ings. The Board is composed of the
four Council officers and a represent-
ative from the Sophomore Class.
Through the ei-forts of the Executive
Committee, the Andrew Warde
School Council is run smoothly and
EXCH GE CGMMISSION
R. Knott, K. Ifober, L. Strauss, 1. Norkus, Miss McConnell, C. Takacs, B. 107
Ashby, E. Canningg not pictured E. Kiamos, B. Ashby, Miss Mussler, Mr. Barry.
E. Munson, C. Laurie, G. Greenhalgh, K. Garrity, L. Schl-
berg, J. Vincze, Mr. German.
C. Humphry, D. Clark, A. Schmidt, S. Banks, J. Bowman,
Miss Burgstallerg not pictured, G. Curtis.
B. Peterson, M. Brooks, R. Quinn, E. Sommersg not
pictured, Miss Burns, E. Thompson.
A variety of educational and entertaining paid assem-
blies were presented by the Assembly Commission. In addi-
tion, the Commission sponsored pep rallies before each im-
portant game in order to promote school spirit and school
Various clubs, meeting as school organizations, were
chartered by the Club Commission. These clubs were formed
to comply with the interests of the students.
All of the school's elections for class officers and Council
members were conducted by the Election Commission.
The most recently established committee, the Canteen
Committee, sponsored, or appointed other volunteer organ-
izations to sponsor, informal non-profit social gatherings for
All students involved on the Public Relations Com-
mission helped publicize all School Council events to the
school and to the entire community.
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMISSION
S. Zeisler, B. Navaretre, J. Launer, L. Drew, A. Neigher,
L. Blum, S. Bolton, D. Hamilton, Mr. Launer.
L. Hanson, J. Varaljay, R. Hidu, J. Scofield, L. Denby, J.
Parkerg not pictured, G. Curtis, Miss Klanyik, Mr. Clarke.
J. Newman, L. Hoffman, S. Tower, not pictured, S.
Weinstein, P. Lee, Mr. Christie.
This year the members of the Constitution Committee
completed the writing of the School Council's constitution.
The committee used by-laws which were written last year.
All dances and social events of the school were directly
or indirectly sponsored by the Social Committee. One of the
highlights of the social calendar was a record hop.
The Eagle's Nest Commission conducted a drive to
collect money pledged by each student, and allocated this
money to various charitable organizations.
Students from the Hospitality Committee were on duty
in the Council room for the purpose of guiding visitors
through our school. They also performed various services
for the Council.
This year the Service Committee handled bus trans-
portation to out-of-town games and performed various
other services for the school.
G. Dalton, M. MacKenzie, S. Tyler, J. Sternbetg, R.
Neverdousky, L. Taylor, W. Taylor.
M. B. Elwood, D. Snyder, R. Cone, G. Demarest, P. I
Kasvinsky, R. Greenbergg not pictured, S. Kovacs, D.
Labossiere, Miss Forester.
S. Shaw, B. Carlson, P. Navarette, L. Tryon, Mr. Magee,
J. Schneider, K. Scinto, N. Klein, A. Witsil, G. Schaffer,
Members: A. Westberg, Pres., H. Zelich, V. Pres.g D. La Bossiere, Sec., L. Geoghegan,
Treas.g J. Kovacs, A. Dickey, C. Bishop, B. Bown, E. Dobos, N. Clarke, S. Erikson,
C. Loud, I. Kaplan, B. MacGregor, P. Petrino, K. S. Paget, B. Peterson, V. Nelson,
S. Rost, S. Zeisler.
Mason collected canned goods for
Because of the vastness of Andrew
Warde, House Councils were estab-
lished in addition to the main Stu-
dent Council in order to bring mem-
bers of the student body closer to-
gether in their individual Houses as
well as in the school as a whole. These
organizations enable the students to
have more say in the matters con-
cerning Andrew Warde.
One of the accomplishments of
our four House Councils was the
decorating of the school for Christ-
mas. Each individual group also
worked on its projects: Barlow
started a house symbol and worked
on more elaborate showcase decora-
Members: R. Scofield, Pres., D. Clark, V. Pres., M. A. Brooks, Sec., P. Pavoni, J. Brown,
B F d S. Hutchinson, J. Miller, R. Rosenfeld,
J. Schopick, F. Zemola, B. Bossert, . 'ree man,
B. Grosshans, H. Stern, J. Szabo, P. D1Meo, J. Firer, J. Moe.
Smedley established honor studies
and made stamp machines available
for students and faculty.
Members: R. Anderson, Pres.g C. Laurie, V. Pres.g J. Williams, Sec.g F. Palumbo, Tre:-15.3
E. Lockwood, A. Neigher, E. Agonis, T. Goodwin, P. Lee, N. Namrus, C. Walsh, G.
Allison, R. McCulloch, E. Sommers, D. Dunn, D. Larson, L. Nehring, E. Sawyer.
Wolcott put into effect music
during the lunch shifts.
Each Council set up its own com-
mittees, and, operating eliciently,
benefitted many people during the
The main purpose of the House
Dramatics Clubs is to provide
experience for those young actors
who wish to become members of
the honorary dramatic groups-
Komians and Thespian.
The lack of male members
caused a serious problem for the
Barlow Dramatics Club. A solu-
tion was finally found in two
farces which called for all female
Row l: S. Rosenwald, E. Meshken, P. DiMayo, F. Osborne. Row 2: Miss Ogalin, B. Kennedy,
Vice Presidentg A. Carlson, Presidentg S. Mischik, Clerk, J. August, Representative. Row 5: J.
Milavsky, J. Dommu, S. Bodnar, B. Edmonds, L. Rosenzweig. Not pictured, H. Dornieka, Secretaryg
J. Norris, Treasurer.
Row l 1 B. Jestreby, A. Emrie, S. Horowitz. Row 2: H. Zelich, D. Beresty, L. Borkowski,
Miss Falkowski. Row 3: D. Pennington, K. Reade, J. Kmetz, P. Lyhne, R. Maline.
At an afternoon performance,
the Mason House Dramatics Club
presented a character play and an
old-fashioned melodrama, com-
plete with villain and railroad
At a Smedley House assembly
the Smedley club presented
"Father of the Year," a one-act
Row 1: S. Olsen, S. Reed, A. Kantrow, R. Pinkham, B. Bell. Row 2: S. Feld, Pres.g
J. Turoczi, S. Carp, Sec., B. Petro, Mrs. Altman, R. Adensredt. Row 3: M. Byiteck,
J Kronmel E Kenned C Bansak C Glantz Row 4: K. Brewster, A. Schmofsk.-i,
. , . y, . , . .
B. Elander, L. Soli, S. Deschenaeux, S. Deschenaeux.
Row 1: C. Brenin, S. Kanrrow, M. Hillman, S. Siegal, S. Jacoby, C. Humphry. Row 2:
A. Newbold, Miss Emery, L. Votre, G. Randall, J. Stern. Row 3: D. Korczakowski,
C. Kranyik, E. Kiamos, P. Ney, S. Knarr, J. Pecker, S. Kapln. Row 4: P. Karbovanec,
P. Marcinko, S. Wokanowicz, E. Staane, D. Kinsman, M. Pennell, E. Munsen, D. Foster.
The Wolcott group presented
sketches from "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay," "The Diary of
Anne Frank," "Arsenic and Old
Lace" and "Annie Get Your
Gun" to an evening audience.
Through the efforts of each
group, expression and speech
skills as well as correct inter-
pretation have been obtained
by the individual members.
FUTURE TEACHERS GF MERICA
Row 1: P. Hidu, P. Pavoni, C. Brenin, B. Sirotnak,, Gi.
Schempp, L. Buedinger, B. Berecz, S. Buda, S. Bearsley, R.
Etrio, C. Kish, B. Schiffer, R. Vasas, B. Navarette, C. Cerutti,
M, DeLorenzo. Row 2: C. Matarazzo, E. Siavrakas, M. Cole,
M. Buzas, S. Zeisler, R. Szost, C. Lagana, M. Fekete, Pro-
gram Chairman, C. Carson, Secretary: P. Hill, President:
S. Hobson, Treasurerg M. Harrington, Vice-President: B.
Gadowskas, P. Trenck, A. Krantz, A. Zuzick, R. Alpert, A.
The year 1957-1958 was a highly successful one
for the Future Teachers of America. Perhaps the most
beneficial thing the Future Teachers of America did
was to give its members the opportunity to observe
Stilson, C. Bansak. Row 3: E. Thomson, J. Palmoski, P.
Bodie, C. Bishop, N. Northcott, P. Navarette, S. Eriksson,
J. Launer, B. Berson, J. Ingham, B. Petro, B. Toman, J.
Varaljay, P. Sayles, P. Danberg. Row 4: Miss Rice, Advisor,
J. Peipher, P. Karbovanec, K. Ember, C. Walsh, E. Zelle, E.
Carlson, S. Terebesi, C. Takucs, M. Kranyik, S. Buturla, I.
Mailloux, R. Figlar.
elementary school classes in session. By visiting classes
the members of the F. T. A. were provided with one
of the best opportunities to learn what teaching is
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
Row l: L. Hidu, L. Short, D. Finsinger, M. Fulop, M.
Niznanzky, M. Musante, R. Molnar, J. Corbett, M. A. Brooks,
F. Cappellieri. Row 2: S. Phillips, P. Weaver, N. Knott, D.
Brewster, Secretary, J. Brown, President: D. Brewster, Vice-
President, R. Re, Treasurer, E. Molnar, E. West, N. Powell.
Girls interested in being the Future Nurses of
America are being gudied down the right path by the
F.N.A. of Andrew Warde. The F.N.A. helps these
girls to be aware of health problems and to understand
Row 3: C. Ostrowski, M. Godo, G. Bodie, L. Leffel, C. Hether-
ington, B. Lobdell, N. Pihonak, D. Janesky, N. Lindahl, M.
Blais. Row 4: C. Wiggins, E. Agonis, A. Ashby, K. John-
son, P. Marcinko, D. Snyder, F. Vetto.
fully all the branches of nursing before they choose
one Held as their career.
The members of the club have enjoyed such club
activities as films, speakers, and a visit to Bridgeport
Row 1: C. Olsen, S. Clowry, C. Brenin, S. Ostravage, A.
Plunske, J. Tomaskovic, E. Savage, D. Finsinger, N. Rogers
C. Humphrey, J. Gauthier, N. Bartolomeo P. Weaver Fi
Wensky, M. Komar S Balazsi. Row 2' L. Prater ik
, . . , S. Ha 0,
F. Krysta, R. Szost, L. Toth, B. Toman, President, P. Ney,
Vice Presidentg J. Norkus, Secretary, E. Soltis, Treasurer,
C. Bansak, J. Wood, P. DeSanrie, W. Simmons, S. Zatka.
The fifty Library Aides are girls and boys who
enjoy reading and library work. Pins are awarded for
each Year's service, and there is a point system, where-
Row 3: L. Leffel, A. Westberg, P. Priest, K. Kober, P.
Bodie, B. Haines, D. Snyder, L. Vincentini, R. Olson, ID.
Korozakowski, E. Phillips, L. Hansen, J. Szalay, V. Domian
Row 4: Miss Annett, N. Pihonak, E. Sawyer, J. Jancuska
M. Harrington, D. Udiskey, C. Takacs, L. Soley, S. Set:
terlund, B. Elander, L. Duch, Mrs. Plummer.
by members earning twenty-five points doing extra
work are given their choice of a free book.
JU IOR RED CROSS
Row 1: M. Fulop, B. Jestreby, A. Bonnie, L. Tryon, M.
DeLorenzo, P. Donofrio, C. Olsen, J. Tomac, B. Mackey, E.
Mierray. Row 2: S. Tyler, S. Phillips, J. Peipher, N. Klein,
R. Fenning, C. Kranijik, N. Knott, D. Kinsman, M. Buzas.
A square box bearing the legend "American
Junior Red Cross, School Chest, Gift of the Students
of Andrew Warde High School, Fairfield, Connec-
ticut," will be shipped to a high school overseas.
During the past year the Junior Red Cross group
Row 5: C. Carson, B. Sharek, A. Alexander, J. Keane, J.
Kmetz, N. Leech, B. Johnson, R. Wilterdink, J. Ingham,
S. Hobson, D. Snyder, L. Allman, L. Bloom, M. Marks,
has worked to raise funds to pay for the contents of
this chest. Junior Red Cross is grateful to the admin-
istration, faculty, and the student body, without
whose generous support and co-operation this project
could not have been successfully completed.
Sitting: Mr. Ryder, D. Hamlin, President: B. Shapiro, K. Kopsco. Standing: J. Leopold, D. Larsen,
A. Olah, Yearbook Advisor.
Row 1: S. Tyler, E. Hoffman, S. Hirsch, R. Lean, J. Scofield. Row 2: G. Greenblatt, M. Pollack,
P, Rothbard, B. Wenenstein, J. August, M. Karmasin, P. Donofrio, B. Grosshans, S. Weinstein, JL
Parker, L. Kaplan, J. Yurdin. Row 3: R. Karp, D. Burke, L. Hanson, G. Burke, R. Rosenfeld, S.
Perlstein, R. Wilterdink, S. Ftankle, C. Meaker. H6
Club, supplies the school
with an abundance of
photographers who take
many of the pictures for
the Crimron Crier and
The Theatre Club was
a tremendous success
They saw "The Rivalry,'
"In April," and "Sunrise
eburgh, R. Adenstedt, C. Wallitzer, D. Lipps, T. Pulaski, D. Busch, R. Maratzi, J. Weinstein,
S. Bamks, E. Walquist, F. Eichorn, R. Conley.
E. Wahlquist, T. Pulaski.
D. Zimmer, F. Eichhorn.
LE CIRCLE FRA 'CAIS
S. Smith M Elwood, J, Williams, V. Nelson, D. Snyder, B. Bosserr, L. Bloom, C. Bocaletti, L.
Strauss, Peterson, J. Norkus, J. Borch. Adviser, Mr. Chanell.
Ah! Paris . . . Mais non
Le Circle Francais, n'a pa
visiter la France. Mais se
membres ont beaucoup ap
pris des personnes et de
coutumes de ce pays form-
Seated: J. O'Hara, Chairman, S. Bonney, Sec.-Treas. Row 2: F. Palumbo, A. Schuerer, A. Gazdik.,
Miss Gitlitz, Advisor, E. Slayton, M. Stevens, D. Friedman, A. Alper.
El plan principal d
Club Espanol este ano fu
aprender mas de Espa'
y la America Latina, s
custumbres y tradiciones.
Zimmer, D. Busch, R. Avery, C. Fox.
LEY ' S AUN T
The Dlsc Club lrstens to all types
of music from Beethoven to Bop In
January the members sponsored a
canteen Durrng the year the group
made Held trrps to Columbra Records
Row I S Kaplan K Jurgtelewlcz P
Pr est C Vlantes Row 2 Mr Garcta
L Smrth C Sommers B Olah S
Wysockl B Berecz B Heady L Short
Row 3 L Nelson C Panda E Solt1s
W Domerka H Hofmrller K Gould
Row 4 W Benardm B Pagltouco
The Dance Club wws formed for
those who want to learn ro dance and
for those who enjoy dancxng
Concenrranon 15 the key to a good
chess player Thrs solves the mystery
as to why the Chess Club has the
most orderly meenngs of any other
D Webster B Chalker C Lrlya M
Popp J. Swarney V. George J.Mich1ew-
ski O. Belovich S. Sheiman.
The Biology Club functions as a
supplement to classroom work. Its
members have gained additional
knowledge through experimentation
Row l: C. Magyar, K. Kopsco, B. Carp.
Row 2: E. Krozier, I. DelVecchio S. Co
ventry, C. Puskas, M. Rosenman, Ceto-
lap, P. Rollings, R. Strom, D. Logie D
Lieberthal. Advisors: Miss Isaac, iMri
F F AIRS
The purpose of the World Affairs
Club is to discuss current events and
to probe into their origins and
Front: S. Goldberg. Row 1: B. Shapiro,
C. Leonard, G. Brauner, R. Levine, G.
Tolmie, Chairman. Row 2: J. Stock, A.
Lohman. Not Pictured: J. Fuse, L, Berko-
The purpose of the Homemaking
Club is "To further develop the role
of the girl in the home, school and
community through those projects
which cannot readily Ht into the
curriculum, but which are neccessary
for the well-rounded and wholesome
Row 1: A. Purcell, Vice President, E.
Stadler, R. Olsen, Secretary-Treasurer, L.
Martenson, Mrs. O'Dwyer, Advisor, D.
Vdisky, N. Butkus, F. Czaplicki, D.
Charney, K. Phelps, B. Csontos, A. jur-
gielewicz. Not Pictured: A. Lockwood
President, Mrs. Marshall, Advisor.
Row l: Mr. Begin, J. Srenberg, A.
Reuther, A. Kolrada, Miss Burns. Row 2: A. Plunski, C. Havens,
P 'dentg C. Hetherington,
The members of the
Horseback Riding Club
sponsored a canteen and
rode at one of the local
Row 1: D. Finsinger, Secretaryg A. Purcell, Vice Presidentg D. Ekstrom, resi
M. Harrington, K. Nelson, J. Shapiro, S. Fromson. Row 2: S. Smith, B. Sirotnak, M. Tierney, N.
Northcott, C. Sayles, B. Morgan, W. Pfief, B. Lobdell, D. Stilson. Row 5: S. Bonney, D. Snyder,
. , . , . . , .L' b h, P. McElwain, Miss Rainville.
D Bachrach K Ember M Hovery W me urg
The Pep Club has
done much to increase
school spirit. The club as
a whole attended all the
games and cheered our
teams on. The members
sponsored a canteen
which was very success-
and in the book of fume
ffm gloriow rec0fci6
ATIO AL HG OR SOCIETY
Row 1: A. Plunske, S. Zatka, C. Fox, P. Steele, A. Westberg, P. Bodie. Row 2: Mr. Gleason, Junior
Year Members: S. Ribner, A. Witsil, G. Horowitz, President, E. Schwarz, Secretary, R. Hidu, J. Green-
' ' - ' ' dd L. S L. Wieland
spun, J. Sternberg, Vice President. Row 3. C. Laurie, S. MacQuarrie, J. Ju , trauss, ,
N. Clarke, G. Greenhalgh, K. Garrity, B. Romano, A. Lockwood, P. Hill, G. Dalton. Row 4: J. New-
il Sfgfiiiwiifmlx D SCROLL mm
Row 1' M Kranyik R Hidu B. Hillman. Row 2: M. Sullivan, K. Svenningsen, S. Ribner, J. Green-
N icrured: J. Varaljay.
spun, Vfielancl. Row. 5: P.,Lee, G. Horowitz, J. Borona, P. Karbovanec. or p
Our Thespian Societ number
1708, although newly organized,
has succeeded in establishing a
name for itself. Almost everyone
remembers the combined produc-
tion by the Komians and Thespians
of "Charley's Aunt."
The Thespians have sponsored
several interesting events in co-
operation with their very capable
directer, Mrs. Catherine Busch. One
was a trip to the Yale Drama School
to see a producation of Arthur Mil-
ler's "Crucible" and the striking of
the set after the show. Another was
a lecture on Greek drama.
The requirement for member-
ship in this society is one hundred
hours of work after school in any
dramatic group. It is, indeed, con-
sidered an honor to be a member
of the Thespian Society.
Row 1: D. Altman, S. Jacoby, J. Williams, C Fox A Carlson C Smith A New
bold, S. Clowry. Row 2: Mrs. C. Busch, J. Stern S Feld Secretary D Zimmer
Vice Presidentg C. Gminski, Presidentg R. Avery Treasurer M Kranyik Scribe
Row 3: K. Scinto, A. Krantz, S. Banks, B Conley E Wahlquist F Eighhorn
D. Busch, A. Milbauer, R. Lear, E. Munson
JA UARY THAW
Sitting: D. Busch, R. Avery, D. Altman, S. Clowry. Standing: E. Munson G Demarest G Curtis
J. S .
tern, C Fox, R. Lear.
The Girls' Club is an
honorary group composed
of girls who have earned a
certain number of points,
by supporting Andrew
Warde in athletics, through-
out their four years of high
Row 1: C. Laurie, A. Renzulli, N. Powell, C. Wallitzer. Row 2: N. Clarke, B. Haines. Not Pictured,
Andrew Warde is united
with approximately two
hundred other chapters of
Modern Music Masters
throughout the country.
The members of the society
are selected on the basis of
character, co-operation, and
service. The purpose of
is to recognize
those students who possess
musical talent as well as
Row 1: J. Tomac, N. Powell, C. Kranyik, L. Elwood, B. Bachrach, L. Hansen, D. Korczakowski, T.
Edwards, H. Barske, B. Navarette, E. Canning. Row 2: Mr. German, Sponsor, E. Siavrakas, B. Petro,
Historian, P. McElwain, Secretaryg L. Strauss, Presidentg C. Wallitzer, Vice President, N. Mamrus,
V dd M's B r staller Sponsor Row 3 L Wieland P Hagsrtom G Brauner M. Kran-
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yik, D. Hamilton, G. Demarest, C. Takacs, S. Setterlund, C. Anderson, S. Wysocki, G. Allison.
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"Ain't she sweet!"
Leonard, is that you?? Watch those lights, buddy!
The term "foreign exchange student," common to so
many American schools, is a comparatively new one to Fair-
field. We all know that through the efforts of the American
Field Service, students from abroad come to the United
States for a year and become a part of the American way of
life by taking part in school studies and activities. Rigmor
Hagstrom, better known to her friends as "Pia," is one of these
On August 21, Pia was met by the family with whom
she was to live during the year - Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard
johnson and their daughter Karen. Because she had studied
English for six years and had traveled in Great Britain, Pia
spoke English fluently. However she found that her British
expressions, such as "Cheerio," were not used in America.
Her conscientiousness enabled her to adapt quickly to her
school work and to the American way of life, her cheery
disposition won her the friendship of all.
From Pia we have learned much about Swedish living.
At a Mothers' Club meeting she explained Christmas customs
in Sweden. Later, at an International get-together held in her
honor, she taught Warde Students a Swedish dance. She also
taught our choir the Swedish National Anthem which they
sang at their Spring Concert.
In turn, Pia has been introduced to many of the exper-
iences enjoyed by the American high school student. Among
these have been extracurricular activities, canteens, dances
and pajama parties. No visit to the United States would be
complete without a trip to New York City, and Pia went sev-
eral times to sightsee and shop, accompanied by the Johnsons
and friends from school. The highlight of the year was a sur-
prise birthday dinner given for Pia by the Senior Class.
In answer to the question, "What did you find the most
astonishing about America?", Pia replied, "The popularity
of Bermuda shorts as sports-wear and socks as school dress."
Before Pia leaves for Sweden in August, she will tour the
United States for three weeks with exchange students from
schools all over the country, then she will be able to compare
notes, tell other students of her experiences and become
acquainted with other parts of our country. We hope that
Pia will take with her many pleasant memories. The perfect
bon voyage present for her would be a case of chocolate syrup
because Pia's immediate reply to the question, "What do you
think you will miss most of all when you leave the U.S.A.?'
was "Hot-fudge sundaesll'
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GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATES
Our Best wishes go with you as you leave
Andrew Warde High School to go on to
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of "" f . ff'-, the last man left off "
.M Q-,A -Thomas A. Edison
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
"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 and a search. It begin:
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.
He lived to see the company that was formed to carry on de-
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 oil.
Progress fs Our Mosf lmporfanf Produc!
THE MOTHERS' CLUB
THE ANDREW WARDE FATHERS' CLUB
Through the efforts of its members and with the
cooperation of the students and faculty have pro-
vided funds for the following proiects:
Football Movies ........,.
Student Activities Fund
Girls' A.A. Banquet A...
Boys' A.A. Banquet ....
Stage Crew Equipment
Thespian Properties .,,.i.
Exchange Students ............,... ..,..,.. S 200
Student Council Workshop i....... ..... l 00
Delegates to Student Convention .,., 'IOO
Library .........i...,..,.......ii.,, .... . ,.
Scholarship ........i........,..,,.. ....,..
Adenstedt, Henricka 96,98
Adenstedt, Rolf 62, 91
Agonis, Evelyn 62, 66, 114
Agriesto, Carol 62
Alexander, Anita 66, 115
Alexander, Helen 71
Allen, Gunard 62
Allison, Gladys 71, 72, 98, 101, 125
Allman, Jack 14
Allman, Lois 62, 115
Alper, Allen 118
Alpert, Marlene 14
Alpert, Rita 71, 114
Altman, Deborah 62, 103, 125
Anderson, Carolyn 125
Anderson, Raymond 71
Anderson, Robert 14, 84
Angus, Frances 62
Armstrong, Patricia 62, 96
Ashby, Arda 98, 107, 114
Auger, Shirley 71
August, Joanne 72
Auray, Leo 62 .
Avery, Raymond 14, 119, 125
Bachrach, Barbara 76, 122, 126
Bagnall, Pat 62
Bakunas, Nancy 14
Bulozsi, Sandra 71, 145
Ballerini, Mary 71
Banks, Marilyn 14
Banks, Samuel 66, 91, 108, 125
Banks, William 62
Bansak, Carol 114, 115
Banyatsky, Elizabeth 71
Barber, Andre 71
Barske, Harriet 15, 126
Bartolomeo, Noreen 71, 105, 145
Bassett, Barbara 71
Bassett, Peter 66
Baudouin, David 15
Baudouin, Paul 71
Bazyk, Barbara 62
Beardsley, Susan 71, 114
Beck, Melvyn 71
Beck, Walter 71, 84
Belot, Barbara 62
Belovitch, Leo 71
Benedetti, Bonita 62
Bemmett, Alan 71, 84
Bennett, Patricia 62
Benson, Nancy 71
Berecz, Barbara 98, 114, 120
Beres, Maureen 62
Beresky, Dianne 112
Bergen, Linda 15
Berkowitz, Leonard 62, 121
Bernard, Richard 84
Bernardin, William 120
Berson, Roberta 114
Biebel, Betty 62
Binkiwitz, John 15
Biro, Alexander 62, 83
Bishop, Charity 62, 114
Bitzer, Charles 71
Bivens, Allen 15, 98
Blais, Mary Ann 15,114
Blomdahl, Phyllis 70
Bloom, Linda 62, 103, 115, 118
Blum, Leonard 62, 84, 91, 106, 108
Bobilotf, Tanya 104
Bocialetti, Carole 62, 118
Bodie, Geraldine 62, 114
Bodie, Louis 71
Bodie, Patricia 16, 104, 114, 115
Bodnar, Joseph 71, 104
Bok, Dennis 76
Bolten, Susanne 71, 108
Bonney, Susan 66, 118, 122
Borck, Judith 118
Bordes, John 62, 83, 91
Borkowski, Lorraine 112
Borona, James 16, 101
Bcrona, John 98
Bossert, Barbara 62, 110, 118
Bourgeois, Darlene 71
Bousquet, Gail 71
Bowen, Robert 70
Bown, Elizabeth 62, 118
Bowman, Johnathan 62, 106, 108
Bradtmuller, Warren 62
Brasner, Betty 62
Brauner, Gary 62, 91, 121, 126
Brenin, Claire 16, 114, 145
Brennan, Patricia 70
Brewster, Diane 16, 114
Brewster, Dorothy 16, 96, 114
Brewster, Kenneth 72
Bristol, Nancy 72
Broderick, Gregory 62, 70
Brooks, Mary Ann 70, 108, 110, 114
Brown, Eric 70, 83
Brown, Janice 16, 93, 114
Brown, Judy 110
Buchino, Mickie 62
Buda, Susanne 72, 96, 114
Buedinger, Louise 114
Buedinger, William 17
Bufferd, Wayne 70
Bulkley, Carol 62
Burdge, Carl 70
Burke, Denyse 70, 96
Burke, Geraldine 96,70
Burr, Alan 17
Burr, Edwin 62
Busch, David 119, 125
Butkus, Nancy 76
Butler, Glen 70
Buturla, Shirley 62
Buzas, Martha 62, 93,
Byiteck, Mariorie 76
Byiteck, Robert 62
Cacciola, Pat 62
Campbell, Bonnie 70
Canning, Edith 70, 98,
Cannone, Gwen 70
Cappellieri, Faith 76, 1
Carameta, Thomas 76,
Carlson, Ann 62, 125
103, 105, 107, 126
Carlson, Beverly 70, 96, 104, 109
Carlson, Eric 17, 84
Carp, Sandra 62
Carp, Stanley 70, 121
Carpenter, Arlene 76
Carson, Carolyn 70, 10
Cavallaro, Nicholas 66
Cepero, Robert 76
Cerino, Ronnie 70
Cerutti, Charlotte 76,
Cetola, Henry 70
Chanaca, Anne 62
Chanaca, Judith 76
Chonady, Pat 17
Chapin, Martin 66
Charney, Dianne 76
Chimini, LeRoy 76, 98
Chmielewski, Viola 62
Choiniere, Lillian 76
Choinere, Rita 70
Ciarmiello, Ralph 98
Cioffi, Shirley 70
Clark, David 62
Clark, Dorothea 17, 108, 110
Clark, Jeanne 62
Clarke, Nancy 17, 126
Clarke, 'George 70
Clomiro, Joseph 62
Clowry, Susanne 70, 103, 105, 115, 119
Cohen, Arnold 18
Cohen, Sandra 62
Cole, Mariorie 70, 114
Comers, Robert 62
Cone, Ronald 62, 109
Confaloni, Philip 62
Conley, Robert 62, 125
Connelly, James 18
Conway, Joan 18
Corbett, Jeanette 18, 114
Coscia, Barbara 62
Costello, Chris 18
Coventry, Sandra 70, 96, 121
Crespo, Enid 62
Crocco, Carol 70
Csenger, Leslie 70
Csizmadia, Thomas 72
Csontos, Barbara 76
Csontos, Marilyn 76
Cummings, Kathleen 76
Curtis, Gerald 18, 108
D'Albora, Beverly 76
Dalton, Arnold 62
Dalton, Geraldine 19, 106, 109
Danberg, Patricia 62, 114
Daniels, Janice 19
Durdani, Thomas 76, 84
Davenport, Jack 19
Davenport, Robert 62
DeCesare, Albert 70
De Gennaro, Robert
Deitz, Jean 76
Delorenzo, Mary 62, 114, 115
Delorenzo, Rose Marie 19
DelVecchio, Imelda 70, 121
Delvento, Theresa 76
Delvy, Richard 98
Demarest, Richard 62, 83, 98, 1
Denby, Leo 70, 108
Denter, Sandra 70, 96
Desantie, Patricia 70, 115
Descheneaux, Sandra 62
Descheneaux, Sonia 62
Deurka, S., 98
Devaus, Darlene 62
Dickey, Ann 76
DiMeo, Paula 76, 110
Dobos, Ethel 70
Dokurno, Nary Ellen 19
Domeika, Dawn 62, 104
Domeika, Walter 70, 120
Domian, Valerie 19, 115
Dommu, Judith 76, 101
Donofrio, Pat 115
Dossa, Alexander 76
Dowling, Maureen 76
Downs, Bradford 70
Downs, Margaret 76
Drew, Laura 76, 108
Drew, Paula 62
Drucker, Stephen 76
Dryer, Jeffrey 62
Duch, Lorraine 115
Duffy, Lorna 72
Dunn, Diane 76, 96
Dusick, Carol 66
Duorsky, Edward 70
Dyer, Henry 76
Dziewulski, Daniel 66, 83
Dzurka, Stephen 76
Ebstein, Melvin 76
Edgar, Ronald 76
Edmonds, Bonita 76
Edwards, Terry 63, 126
Effinger, Robert 76
Ehlert, Russell 76
Eihghorn, Fred 63, 125
Ekstrom, Darlene 20, 122
Elander, Beverly 76, 115
Eli, Donald 72
Eli, Donna 70
Elwood, Louise 63, 126
Elwood, Mary Beth 63, 106,
Ember, Kathleen 63, 122
Emrie, Arlene 72, 112, 115
Engelman, Jerrold 76, 83
England, Martha 72
Englander, Glen 72, 83, 91
Eriksson, Sandra 76, 114
Eskwith, Lawrence 76
Estess, John 20
Etrio, Rose Mary 114
Evancho, Richard 76
Evans, Dorothy 20
Evans, William 76
Farese, Mary 66
Farkas, Barbara 76
Fazekas, Pat 20
Fedisco, Betty 76
Feher, Joel 76
Fekete, Maryann 20, 98, 114
Feld, Sheila 20, 103, 125
Feldman, Richard 76, 83
Fenning, Mary Robin 21,102, 115
Fertko, Andrew 63
Feuerbacher, Dorothy 21
Figlar, Fred 76
Figlar, Raymond 63, 84
Finsinger, Deidre 21, 114,
Firer, June 76, 104, 110
Firgelski, Joseph 21
Flanagan, Jack 84
Fortuna, Frances 21
Foster, David 21
Foster, Dennis 84
Fox, Carol 22, 125
Frankel, Steve 72, 83, 98
Freedman, Barbara 63, 110
Friedman, Douglas 76, 118
Fulop, Irene 22, 48
Fulop, Margaret 114, 115
Fuse, Joseph 121
Gadowkas, Elizabeth 114
Gaidos, Regina 63
Gambino, Albert 70
Garrity, Fred 63, 84
Garrity, Janet 22
Garrity, Kathleen 106, 108
Gasper, Julie 76
Gates, Frederick 72, 84
Gauthier, Jacqueline 145
Gazdik, Audrey 76, 96, 118
Gazdik, Ronald 22
Geoghegan, Lesley 22
George, Mary 63
George, Victor 98
Gerda, Robert 63
Geslien, Frank 63
Giannotti, Josephine 22
Gill, Lawrence 77, 84
Gladstein, Harvey 83
Glantz, Carole 76
Gleacher, Eric 23
Glenn, Janet 76
Gninski, Constance 23, 98, 101, 124, 125
Godo, Margaret 66, 114
Goduto, Janet 23
Goldberg, Judith 63
Goldberg, Martha 63
Goldberg, Stephen 63, 121
Goodwin, Theodore 63
Gould, Kenneth 63, 120
Grapski, Bernard 83
Greenberg, Richard 63, 106, 109
Greenblatt, Samuel 23, 83, 101
Greenhalgh, Gary 76
Greenhalgh, Gay 23, 102, 108
Greenspun, Judith 23, 102, 103, 124
Grosshans, Barbara 110
Grosso, Joseph 76
Grosso, Margaret 24
Gunter, Richard 24, 83
Hagstrom, Pia 106, 125, 134
Haines, Bonnie 24, 96, 115
Halasz, John 76
Halko, Sheila 76, 115
Halpin, Barbara 76
Hamilton, David 63, 108, 126
Hamlin, David 72, 98
Hansen, Leslie 104, 105, 108, 115, 126
Harrington, Mary Ann 63
Harrington, Maureen 24, 114, 115, 122
Harrington, Patricia 76
Harrison, Phyllis 24
Hauser, Gay 76
Hausman, Nancy 24
Havery, Margaret 63, 122
Hawley, Samuel 84
Haydu, Robert 66
Hayes, Michael 25, 84
Heady, Carole 63, 120
Hedberg, George 25, 98
Hedberg, John 76
Heller, Judy 25
Hellgren, Norma 71
Hermann, Gene 98
Hetherington, Carol 63, 114, 122
Hey, Peter 71, 98
Hickman, Charles 76
Hidu, Lois 25, 114 '
Hidu, Patricia 76, 114
Hidu, Rosemarie 25, 101, 108, 124
Hill, Pamela 25, 114
Hiller, Paul 76, 98 A
Hillman, Marilyn 76
Hillman, Robert 26, 101
Hillman, Stephen 76, 98
Hine, Linda 66
Hirsch, Sara 71
Hobson, Sandra 72, 98, 114, 115
Hoeppner, Kenneth 63
Hoffman, Elizabeth 71, 72, 101, 109
Holmquist, Douglas 63, 83, 91
Horberg, Don 65, 71
Horowitz, Gershon 26, 91, 101, 124
Horowitz, Susan 76, 112
Horvath, Bruce 66, 104
Horvath Joyce 63
Horvath Peter 76
Howells, David 26, 84
Huchko, Gloria 26
Hudson, Walter 26
Hunt, Richard 66
71,105, 108, 145
Hutchinson, Sue 66, 76, 104
Hyde, Gerald 98
lllman, Barry 63
lngham, Judith 71,
Izzo, Michele 71
Jacksis, Roberta 26
Jackson, David 83
Jacobs, Patricia 27
Jacoby, Robert 71
Jacoby, Susan 66, 98, 125
Jancuska, Kanet 71, 115
Janesky, Donna 27, 114
Jankowsky, Charles 71
Jankura, Dennis 63
Jaswaye, David 63
Jesterby, Barbara 71, 112, 115
Jimmie, Frank 27
Johnson, Barbara 71, 101, 103, 115
Johnson, Karen 63, 114
Johnson, Kenneth 63
Johnson, Lorraine 76
Jose, Robert 63
Jose, William 63, 83
Judd, Virginia 27, 106, 108, 125
Jurgielwicz, Kristine 71, 120
Kacegowicz, Jane 71
Kane, Garry 76
Kantrow, A., 78
Kantrow, S., 113
Kaplan, Janet 27
Kaplan, Linda 72, 103
Kaplan, Susan 71, 120
Karbovanec, Peggy 63, 101
Kardos, Richard 63, 84
Karmasin, Marlene 71
Karp, Reba 76, 104
Kasden, Stephen 72
Kasvinsky, Peter 71, 109
Kaufman, David 63, 98
Kavall, Peter 71
Keane, Joanna 63,115
Keenan, Gary 27
Keiser, Kathryn 76
Keller, Annette 76
Keller, Marcia 28
Kennedy, Barbara 63
Kiamer, L. 107
Kielbus, Nancy 71
Kilburn, Kathleen 72
Kilstrom, Richard 71
Kinsman, David 71
Kinsman, Deborah 66, 98, 115
Kirban, Stuart 76
Kirsten, George 28
Kirsten, Lorraine 28, 101
Kish, Carolyn 114
Klein, Joan 28
Klein, Norma 28, 109, 115
Klein, Raymond 28
Kmetz, Judith 72, 112, 115
Knott, Norma 63, 114, 115
Knott, Rosemary 71, 106, 107
Kober, Joan 76, 98
Kober, Kathy 29, 115
Kochis, Thomas 71, 98
Kokorda, Andrew 29, 84
Komar, Margaret 71, 145
Kopcik, Robert 63
Kopsco, Kenneth 71, 121
Korczakowski, Dolores 71, 105, 115, 126
Kosa, William 98
Koscil, Agnes 71
Kovacs, Charles 83
Kovacs, S. 109
Kowalczyk, Jean 29
Kowats, Donald 71
Kowats, Nancy 76
Kmnez, Adele 29, 114, 119, 125
Kranyok, Andrew 74
Kranyik, Cynthia 63, 103, 115, 126
Kranyik, Joanne 71
Kranyik, Margie 29, 104, 125
Kraskie, Geri 29
Krawitz, Jack 74
Krokosky, Linda 74
Krokosky, Patricia 30
Kronmel, Joan 105
Kronfeld, Jay 30, 101
Krozier, Elvira 63, 121
Krysta, Faith 71, 115
Kuhn, Roger 71
Kurimai, Dennis 63
LaBossiere, Dorothy 63, 109
Laguana, Carol 72, 114
Laino, Eileen 30
Lakatos, Patricia 74
Lake, Robert 71
Landis, Barbara 64
Langdon, Mary 74
Lansing, Elizabeth 71, 87, 101, 105
Larsen, Richard 71
Larson, David 74
Lasl-lin, Robert 74
Lathrop, David 74, 98
Lauder, Robert 64
Launer, Judy 64, 96, 108, 114
Launer, Michael 74
Laurie, Christine 30, 96, 108, 126
Lavine, David 30
Lazowsky, John 71, 84, 66
Leahy, Joan 30
Lear, Robert 69, 119, 125
LeDoux, Jeffrey 71
Lee, Hamilton 31, 83
Lee, Peter 64, 101, 109
Leech, Nancy 71 98, 115
Leffel, Linda 74, 114, 115
Leonard, Charles 121
Leonard, Moonyeen 71
Leonard, Thomas 74
Letsch, Henry 74, 98
Leupold, John 64
Levine, Robert 121
Levy, Ellen 64
Levy, Terry 74
Lieberthal, David 64, 121
Lieberthal, Kenneth 74
Lincoln, Gail 74
Lindahl, Nancy 31, 102, 114
Lindsay, Thomas 31, 84
Lindstram, Lee 74
Lindwall, Dennis 74
Lindwall, Elaine 71
Lineburgh, Wilson 71, 87, 122
Ling, John 31
Linsley, William 75
Lips, David 71
Litwin, Joyce 68
Lobdell, Beverly 74, 114, 122
Locke, Susan 74
Lockwood, Alice 31
Lockwood, Ralph 64, 98
Logie, David 68, 121
Lohman, Art 121
Lorenson, Fred 74
Loud, Carol 31
Lucas, Nancy 74
Luciano, Leo 64, 98
Lucuinko, William 74
Ludgis, Patricia 68
Ludgis, Thomas 64
Lyhne, Patricia 122
MacGregor, Bonnie 68, 93, 96
MacKenzie, M. 109
Mackey, Brenda 68, 98, 115
MacQuarrie, Susan 32, 107
Magi, Edward 68, 84, 91
Magyar, Carole 72, 105, 115, 121
Magyar, Shirley 74
Mailloux, Gerald 74
Maline, Renee 112
Mamrus, Nancy 96, 126
Maraczi, Robert 68
Marcinko, Peggy 114
Marks, Miriam 115
Martenson, Lois 96, 104
Martin, Donna 68
Martin, Yvonne 68
Mastrorocco, Rinaldo 74
Mastrotocco, Virginia 74
Mattarazzo, Carmella 114
Mazas, Charles 74
McClatchey, Hope 74
McCulloch, Robert 68, 98
McElwain, Pamela 68, 98, 122, 126
McKeowan, Carl 68, 84
Medeiros, John 74, 83
Medvegy, Marie 32
Mellin, Jerry 68
Mentes, John 32, 84
Meshken Ellen 68, 87
Message, Norman 68
Messer, Donald 74
Meunier, Susan 74
Michaud, Gene 68
Michaud, Nan 32
Mickune, Joan 72
Migliore, Robert 32
Miklos, Carol 68
Miklus, Donald 33
Milbauer, Alan 69, 125
Millak, Edna 33
Miller, Betsy 33, 87, 101
Miller, Jane 110
Miller, Lenny 68
Miller, Linda 74
Mischik, Sheila 68
Mitchell, Barbara 68
Mitchell, Charleen 74
Mitchell, Jeffrey 68
Mockler, James 33
Modes, Bonnie 74
Moe, Jimmy 76, 110
Moffitt, Edward 74
Molnar, Esther 33, 114
Molnar, Ruth 68, 98, 114
Moniuk, Stephen 68
Morgan, Barbara 74, 122
Mozefsky, Joan 33
Munson, Estella 108, 125
Munson, Susan 72
Murray, Emmy Lou 68, 115
Musante, Mary 114
Musto, Arlene 68
Musane, Patrick 74
Muthersbaugh, Michael 68
Myers, George 74
Nagourney, Warren 94
Na9Y, Arlene 34
Nardozzi, Joanne 104
Nash, Edward 106
Nathman, Howard 68
Navarette, Patricia 96, 109, 114
Navarette, Virginia 66, 106, 108, 114, 126
Needham, Carole 72
Neger, Nial 68
Nehring, Fred 84, 91
Nehring, Leslie 74
Neigher, .Allan 34, 83, 91, 108
Nelson Lydia 68, 120
Nelson Patricia 34, 87
Nelson, Susan 74
Neverdausky, Richard 34, 109
Newbold, Ann 66, 125
Newman, John 34, 109
Ney, Patricia 68, 115
Nicola, Robert 68
Niznansky, Marilyn 114
Noga, Lawrence 65, 84
Narkus, Joan 66, 107, 115, 118
Norris, John 68
Northcott, Noreen 74, 114, 122
O'Brien, Beatrice 74
O'Conner, Susan 68
O'Hara, Jean 66, 118
Okenquist, Floyd 68
Olah, Arthur 64, 98
Olah, Barbara 68, 120
Olah, Theodore 74, 98
Olcsvary, Eugenie 74
Olsen, Carol 74, 96, 98, 115, 145
Olsen, Ruth 34, 115
O'Neill, Patricia 74
Orosz, Joanne 68
Osborne, Catherine 68
Ostravage, Sally 68, 96, 145
Ostrowski, Carol 35, 114
Paccione, Marilyn 35, 87
Paget, Karen 74
Paget, Robert 64, 83, 91
Pagliouco, Robert 68, 120
Palmaski, Judith 35, 104, 114
Palumbo, Frank 66, 68, 72, 118
Panda, Carol 120
Papp, Carol 35
Paradis, Edward 74
Parbloka, Bob 68
Parker, Janie 68, 106, 108
Parks, Richard 74
Paskowski, Walter 72
Patterson, Mary 74
Patterson, Robert 76
Patuzzi, Bridgetta 35, 93
Paul, Paul 77
Pavoni, Patricia 35, 110, 114
Pechulis, Joseph 36
Peck, John 68
Peck, Robert 68
Pecker, Anita 36
Pecker, Joel 64
Peipher, Joan 36, 115
Pekar, John 36, 84, 91
Pelletier, Dexter 72
Pennell, John 36
Pennell, Mariorie 68, 98
Pennell, Patricia 68
Pennewell, Barbara 36
Pennington, Danna 74, 112
Perigyi, Charlotte 64
Perlstein, Sandra 68
Peterson, Barbara 108, 118
Peterson, David 66
Petitti, Edward 77
Petitti, Frank 37
Petitti, Joseph 68
Petrino, Judith 37, 96
Petrino, Penny 68
Petro, Barbara 64, 114, 125
Petrovich, Judith 37, 87
Pfeif, Wynne 74, 122
Phelps, Katherine 74
Phillips, Evo 74, 115
Phillips, Sharon 66, 103, 11
Piccirillo, Annette 64
Pierwola, Stanley 37
Pihonak, Nancy 68, 114, 145
Piluso, Diane 68
Pinkham, Robin 77, 101
Pisanelle, Daniel 37
Plummer, Nancy 77
Plunske, Ann 37, 104, 145
Pokras, Barbara 64
Polaski, Theodore 77
Polohar, Patricia 66
Pomeroy, Charles 77
Pomeroy, Harry 77
Poole, Bruce 77
Popp, Helen 77
Puskas, Catherine 121
Putnick, Charles 65
Putnick, Mary 38
Quinn, Veronica 106, 108
Randall, Gail 98
Ratner, Howard 72, 84, 91
Rawson, David 38
Re, Rosemarie 38, 87, 114
Reade, Karen 112
Redin, James 66, 98
Reed, James 77
Reed, John 77, 98
Reed, Sally 77
Rentz, Judy 38x
Renzulli, Angela' 39, 96, 126
Reuther, Ann 77, 96
Ribner, Susie 39, 102, 103
Ricchetti, Richard 77
Ricchetti, Robert 84
Riccio, Edmund 72, 98
Rich, Carole 64
Rich, Sharon 77
Riha, Judy 39
Ringelheim, Paul 39, 83, 91
Risley, Charlene 77
Riunyalz, Judith 77
Rivera, Virginia 77
Roberto, James 84
Robinson, Jeannette 65
Rockoff, Paul 77
Rogers, Nancy 145
Rollings, Philip 121
Romaine, Joan 64
Roman, Judith 77
Savage, Edith 66, 145
Sawyer, Eileen 75, 115
Sayles, Kathleen 75
Sayles, Patricia 41, 114, 122
Scanlon, Don 65
r, Glenn 109
r, John 98
Schaffer, Charles 65, 106
Schecter, Ronald 65, 91
Schempp, Gail 114
Schiffer, Bonita 114
Schiller, Walter 69, 98
Schless, Jack 72, 83
Schmidt, Allan 41, 83, 108
Schneider, John 69, 84, 109
Schopick, Judith 65, 110
Schubert, Walter 75
Schuerer, Arthur 66, 118
Schwarz, Ellen 41, 93, 101, 102, 124
Scinto, Karen 65, 103, 109, 125
Scofield, Joan 69, 96, 105, 108, 109
Scofield, Robin 41, 84, 110
Seastrand, Arnold 41
See, Patricia 69
Seidens, Barbara 66
Setterlund, Susan 65, 103, 115, 126
i, Barbara 75
C. Glen B3
John 75, 83
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Shapiro, Joan 75, 122
Shapiro, William 121
Brenda 65, 115
Romano, Barbara 39, 48
Romano, Sandra 77
Rosenfeld, Rhona 110
, Mariorie 77, 121
Rosenthal, Sally 77, 96
Rosenwald, Sandra 103
Rast, Samuel 75
Powell, Nancy 66, 103, 114, 126
Prater, Marilyn 72, 115
Prescott, David 107, 109 .
Presy, Joan 77
Priest, Patricia 72, 115, 120
Prian, Irene 64
Prian, Ruth 77
Proto, Lois 77
Pulito, Frank 65
Pulito, Gloria 77
Pulito, John '38
Purcell, Ann 38, 122
Rozelle, Warren 39
Ruby, Elinor 65
Ruby, Walter 77, 84
Runyon, Regina 39
Sabo, Sandra 40
Sabo, William 40
Sacher, Karen 40
Sadowl, E. Wayne 40
Salko, Clinton 65, 66, 84
Salman, Joseph 65, 98
Salvaggio, Nan 40
Sansone, Frank 41
Sansone, Robert 65, 84
Shaw, Sandra 65, 103, 109
Shay, Brian 72, 84
Shola, Ted 69
Short, Linda 114, 120
Shumofslry, Allan 83
Siavrakas, Evelyn 66, 104, 126
Siavrokas, Michael 75, 114
Simko, Joan 42
Simko, Joseph 66
Simmons, Wendy 69, 115
Singer, Catherine 42
Sirotnak, Betty 114, 122
Skog, Geoffrey 83
Slayton, Elaine 65, 118
Slesinsky, Beniamin 65, 84
Smalley, Edward 69
Smith, Carolyn 75
Smith, Cynthia 65, 125
Smith, Daniel 65, 101
Smith, Linda 120
Smith, Susan 66, 104, 118, 122
Snelgrove, Mariorie 75
Snyder, Diane 65, 66, 103, 114, 115, 119, 122
Soderholm, Laura 42, 48
Sohlberg, Leonard 42, 48, 83, 106, 108
Solari, Peter 65
Soley, Linda 75, 115
Saltis, Elaine 69, 115, 120
Somley, Henrietta 75
Sorgen, Michael 69, 72, 98
Stadler, Edith 66, 96, 104
Stalowitz, Alexander 101
Stomper, Edward 42
Steele, Patricia 42, 106, 107
Stein, Sandra 69
Stenberg, Jane 75, 98
Stern, Howard 72, 110
Stern, Jack 43
Stern, Jerry 43, 91, 125
Stern, Kenneth 75, 98
Stern, Michael 43
Sternberg, Joan 43, 109, 124
Stevens, Marcia 77, 118
Stevens, Martha 77
Stiliho, Beverly 43
Stiliho, Robert 69
Stilson, Ann 114
Stock, Jonathan 121
Stodolski, Candace 75
Stokes, Ruth 43
Strauss, Douglas 65, 101
Strauss, Janet 44
Strauss, Judith 44
Strauss, Lydia 44, 107, 118, 126
Strolin, Margaret 72
Strom, Ronnie 121
Sudik, Ellen 44
Sullivan, Jane 65
Sullivan, Michele 44, 104
Svenningsen, Karen 45, 102, 103
Swarney, Diane 45
Swarney, John 77
Sweeney, Fred 72
Swist, Marilyn 44
Szabo, Julius 110
Szalay, Janice 115
Szalay, Sandra 75
Szost, Rosemary 69, 114, 115
Taltacs, Clara 45, 98, 107, 115, 126
Targowski, Walter 65
Tarniczy, Frank 45
Tashman, Leonard 69
Taylor, Allan 77
Taylor, J. 98
Taylor, Lawrence 65, 106, 109
Taylor,Williom 65, 109
Tennant, Linda 77
Terebesi, Steve 77, 83, 98
Terifay, Al 66
Tessier, Edward 68
Thilo, Larry 77
Thompson, Peter 77
Thompson, Ethel 68, 108, 114
Tierney, Marcia 65, 96,122
Tolmie, George 45, 121
Tolmie, Ruth 68
Tomac, Janet 72, 115, 126
Tomac, Richard 68
Toman, Elizabeth 45, 103, 114, 115
Tomaskevic, Janice 68, 145
Torney, Eugene 77
Toth, John 77
Toth, Linda 72, 115
Tovish, Richard 66
Tower, Elizabeth 68
Tower, Stephen 46, 83, 91, 101, 102, 104,
Tremblay, Ed 65, 84
Tremblay, Tom 76
Trenck, John 68
Trenck, Patricia 77, 101
Tricarico, Frank 77
Tricarico, Joseph 77
Tristine, Donna 77
Tristine, Sheila 46
Trudeau, Pat 71
Tryon, Lynne 109, 115
Turoczi, John 68
Turoczi, Peter 65, 66
Turro, Barbara 46
Tuska, Edmund 77
Tuzzio, Thomas 65, 91
Tyler, Cynthia 68
Tyler, Sandra 46, 109, 115
Udiskey, Dolores 77, 115
Ulman, Joseph 68
Valentine, Russell 68
VanHorn, Mariorie 68, 87
VanWagner, Catherine 77
Varaliay, Jean 46, 101, 102, 103, 108, 114
Vasas, Rosemary 77, 96, 114
Vecchiarelli, Camilia 77
Veto, Frances 77, 98, 114
Vetto, Robert 65
Vezina, Judith 77
Vicenti, Linda 77, 115
Vidal, Randy 66
Vige, Joseph 77
Vilmany, Helen 77
Vincze, John 47, 84, 108
Vlader, Raymond 68
Vlantes, Christine 68, 120
Votre, Margaret 77
Wade, John 65
Wahlquist, Elwood 70, 125
Wallitzer, Carol 65, 96, 126
Walman, Barbara 70
Walsh, Carol 72
Walsh, Charles 65, 84
Wargo, Patricia 75
Wargo, Robert 70
Waters, Geraldine 47
Weaver, Margaret 70 114,
Webster, David 75
Weinstein, Joel 75
Weinstein, Susan 75, 101, 104,
Wensky, Frances 145
Wensky, Georgianne 70
West, Dennis 70
West, Evelyn 70, 114
Westberg, Arlene 47, 93, 103, 115
Westlund, Jerry 70
Wettenstein, Beverly 70, 103,
Whitworth, Lesley 75
Wieland, Lynda 47, 102, 103,
Wiggins, Christine 75, 114
Williams, Joanne 66, 118, 125
Williams, John 98
Wilterdink, Ruth 47, 115
Winburn, William 70
Winer, Allan 65
Winnick, Jeffrey 65
Witsil, Adah Beth 47, 103, 106,
Wittenberg, Judith 65, 87, 106
Wokanowicz, Sandra 113
Wood, Judy 70, 115
Wright, Earle 98
Wysocki, Sandra 70, 120, 125
Yahn, Meredith 70
Yeager, Judy 70
Yoczik, Ronald 70
Yrus, Helen 66
Yrus, Mary 75
Yurdin, Jane 103
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Zeisler, Susan 75, 98, 108, 114
Zelich, Helene 70, 112
Zelle, Edward 72, 84
Zemola, Frank 65, 110
Zenhye, Evelyn 75
Zimmer, David 66, 119, 125
Zimmer, Stephen 75
Zinner, Howard 48, 109
Zuzick, Arlene 65, 114
Zuziclr, Robert 65
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