Ansonia High School - Lavender Yearbook (Ansonia, CT)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 107 of the 1946 volume:
nsonia Hi gh School
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With grateful and sincere appreciation we, the Class of 1946,
dedicate this, our year book, to one who has done so much for
Ansonia High School and for us, MR. JOHN G. PRENDERGAST.
His unfailing interest and unselfish zest for service to prepare us
for our future life has endeared him in the hearts of all the students.
MR. JOHN G. PRENDERGAST
MR. JOHN J. STEVENS
MR. JOHN G. PRENDERGAST MR. JOSEPH A. MCGEE
Principal Principal, Pine Manual Training School
Fa C ulty
Ansonia High School Faculty
Mr. John G. Prendergast - Principal
Miss Agnes B. Rayi- Secretary
Mr. Charles J. Arthur, Miss Loretta G. Hennessey-English, French
Algebra, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry Mr. Philip L. Hilbish,
Miss Jeannette F. Booth-Latin American History, Economics
Miss Frances M. Brodie-Typewriting Miss Josephine G. Kennedy,
Mr. Howard Clark-English Algebra, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry
Mr. Gerard Conklin-Biology Mrs. Anne K. Krips-French, Latin
Miss Margaret E. Conklin-English Miss Mary E. Lane-English
Miss Josephine E. Cribbins, Mr. George Manley-Chemistry, Science
Stenography, Typewriting Mr. Henry J. Martorano-Civics, French
Miss Ethel U. Ericson-English Miss Louise C. Marvin-Physical Education
Mr. Lawrence G. Grosberg-Chemistry, Physics Miss Anna T. Merz-Art
Miss Eleanor L. McNamara,
Miss Mary E. Monahan,
Miss Katharine D. Prickett-Biology
Mr. J. Frank Ryan-American History
Miss Mary E. Ryan,
American Problems, English, Modern History
Miss Edith Schoonmaker-French
Mr. Arthur E. Stewart-Physical Education
Miss Frieda E. Turschmann-Bookkeeping
Mr. Michael Vicari,
Biology, English, Plane Geometry
Pine Manual Training
Principal - Joseph A. McGee
Secretary - Margaret Roche
Charles J. Jarvis-World History, U. S. History Ray C. Banks-Printing
Joseph J-qKiClY-W00dw0Tki11g Raymond M. Burns-Mathematics
Emelia E. Kulikowski-Foods, Clothing William Comcowich-English, Civics
joseph A. McGee, Principal-Science George Crook-Machine Shop Practice
Robert L. McLoughlin-Mechanical Drawing James G, Flynn,
Frances S, Naggn-F0045 English, Economics, American Problems
Herman J. Roche-English Harold W. Gotrsegen-Woodworking
Pearl M, Tiffany-Cloghing William J. Halligan-Automotive Mechanic.:
The Lavender Staff
Editor-in-chief .,,......... : ......,...,.......,.. ,...,,..,.,..,...,,.,............,.,.......,.............,.,.....,..............,...,.... B arbara Hallxhan
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Class History QPinej
Class Will fPinej
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Photography Arrangement ...........,....
StaH Members .........
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.4.,,,...................,..Rosema.ry Abel, Alice Engle
Louise Richards, Lynn, Schumacher
john Rekus, Charles Pawlak
Russell Kulawiz, Louis Montefusco
Albert Della Volpe
.........,...Therese Comcowich, Frank Casalvieri
.....,.......,......,..,.....Betty-Jean Crocker, Barbara Hallihan
Freda Matjouranis, Gladys Tyler, Julius Douglas,
Myron Brochinsky, Rose Cicerchia, Mary Vartelas,
"""""'Doris Edwards, George Kain, William Ashe,
Louis Facchini, Donald Trella, Gaetano Verni,
"""""'Richard Warren, Donald Roche
Typist ...................,............,.....,..,.......,...... .....,,.,....,.....,...,..........,....,...................,..........,.....,............. R osemary Abel
Editorial Adviser ............
Anne K. Krips
J. Frank Ryan
Senior Class llllicers of
Pine Manual Training School
Senior Class 0flicers
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I .V . K "Nothing is so popular as
Pleasant disposition - pleasing
smile, a good friend.
"Her wit will always shine."
A likeable girl with a "You're K I
like an open book" in her eye.
"How you do talk."
Neat dresser, with a cute figure.
ANGELINA A LEXANDER
"Love is only chatter,
Friends are all that matter."
Friendly disposition-sweet and
petite, with a cute dimple in 'A y
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"Who to a friend her faults mn
freely show: and gladly praise the
merits of a foe,"
A loyal friend-a good sport.
"Character is higher than
Well built, well liked, argumen-
"To spend too much time in
studies is sloth."
Quiet and unassuming-has dry
wit and humor.
LUCILLE AYOUB . V. 1 lv,
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Good nalured-full of- fun-aI- ' lf- i
ways helping others.
ANTOINETTE BACHKOWSKY LOUISE BEI-LIS
"Friendship is the breathing rose, "Women in miffhief We wiser
with sweets in every fold."
Loads of fun, always laughing An attractive brunette, with a
and friendly. wonderful giggle-
"What wisdom can you find that
is greater than kindness."
Always cheerful and gay
Q VIRGINIA BAK
"One must be a wise reader ta
quote wisely and well."
Intelligent - quiet and gentle -
beautiful blue eyes.
WILLIAM BALLANTYN E
"A good nature is the art of God."
Good natured-enjoys fun, sports-
"Nothing endures but personal
Cute, lovable, never in a hurry.
"A witty woman is a treasure."
Witty, lots of fun, an accomplish-
ed typist and pianist.
"What 'er my fate, 'tis my fate
to be quiet."
Shy, bashful girl who is willing'
ELSIE BEDNER CONCETTA BONADIES
"She is as quiet as can be." "It is only the first obstarle which
Quiet, but sociable, good athlete.
counts to conquer modesty."
Good athlete-fine friend-won-
derful sense of humor.
RALPH BOULAY ROBERT BROZAK
"A good heart is better than all "Personality is what counts."
'he heads "' 'he w""'L Curly hair, 3 big smile with
A short fellow with a big hello! dimples.
ROBERT BRASSELL fPinej
"May you have a head to earn,
and a heart to spend."
Friend in need-well groomed.
RUTH BRESNAN . E
"Consideration gets many
Pleasant smile, reserved, thought-
"Skill to do comes of doing."
Tall, blonde with curly hair and
"A cheerful look makes a dish a
Good-natured, witty, popular
"Modesty becomes a young man."
A clever and a hardworking fel-
"And all that's best of dark and
bright meets in her aspect and
Long wavy, blonde hair, blue
eyes, a pleasant laugh.
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N .figiiggy Good basketball player-always but I wont mterfeye'
irgl on the go, Always wise-cracking, a good
. sport, easy friend.
"Joy is not in things, it is in us." "For she is wise, if I can judge
Happy go lucky, full of fun.
Hardworking, intelligent, very
"Happiness is a habit."
Always smiling and in good hu-
"A little quiet is the only diet."
A quiet girl, good volley ball
A tiny friend with a smile for
"Tradition wears a snowy beard,
Romance is always young."
Carefree - Happy - ular
with the weaker sex. PGP
"A friendly nature, 11 smile "Silence is Atrue wisdom? best
Always ready to give a helping
hand-a good friend.
Quiet-always on the job when
"A merry campanign 55' as good ' "Nor is the wide world ignorant
as a waggnf' of hef worth."
A loyal girl with 3 humorous . A cheery smile and a will of her
THERESE COMCOWICH '
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"He is always laughing, for he
has an infinite deal of wit."
Cute-with a mischievous glint in
"And in such eyes as ours appear
A cute little strawberry blonde-
full of fun.
JOHN DANIELS fPinej
"Man's best possession is
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Not one to talk much.
"Have patienre and endure."
A quiet fellow-easy to get along
"True she can talk."
Beautiful red hair-big tease-
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Sonny Dell" Ffankle
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Alwavs willing to lend a helping agam a S I e sm 0. S way
hand, 3 loyal friend. Energetic athlete, muslcal, and
' OH! what a voice.
E LVERA DELLA VOLPE SALVATORE DIMAURO QPinej
"Friendship is the bond of "At the mid-hour of night when
reason." stars are weeping, I fly."
Great kid to have around, talk- A steady, fun loving, and loyal
ative, friendly. friend to all.
l DORIS DELLIN JAMES DOLAN
, "Do" "Steak"
"The eye is not satisfied with "Wit and humor my companions
Large bright eyes-and a charm Always Willing to help, W0lldCl'-
ing smile. ful sense of humor.
,,Chickie,, LEONARQBSLQSH grimy
UTM first step is 'ff good as half "The past is certain, the future
A cute irl who alwa s has a
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smile, a good athlete. Friendly, likes a good time.
EMANUEL D1 DATO fPinej ANDREW DOROSHUK
"But le' me to my foftune and "He's 11 gentleman, look at his
the easkets go." boots."
CHIC, qmet' noted for his bash Takes nothing seriously and is
. fU1l1CSS- always joking.
.. STANLEY DZIENKIEWICZ
"He fasts enough who fasts with
WILLIAM EATON QPinej
"Heir a very devil."
Mischievous, but is a swell friend
"My way is to begin with the
Good all around sport-swell
JULIUS DOUGLAS ALICE ENGLE
"I pity bafhful men that feel the "Red shoes run faster."
Always rushing, a reliable friend.
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RICHARD FERDIAN qriney
"In God we trust-all others pay '
Ever silent, ambitious and indus-
trious, he is bound to succeed-a.
W ILLIAM ESTOK
"Shall I, like a hermit dwell, on
a rock or in a cell?"
Always full of fun and joking.
LOUIS FACCHINI iPinej
"Born with the gift of laughter."
A born leader, ambitious, cheer-
ful and gay.
"Heaven lies about us in our
Always smiling, a friend of every-
"Be not wise in your own
A wonderful singer-very ambi-
"A true friend is forever a
Cute and is always joking.
SAMUEL FERLA fPinej MATTHEW FRANZINO fPinej
"A generous person is sunshine "When he comes in, mischief
to the mind." begins."
Always cheerful and ready with Witty always ready to say "Hello"
a corny Joke. -pleasant smile.
"Isn't she cute, isn't she sweet."
Dainty and charming -- lovely
"Gentle ways are best."
Her helping hand has won her
SAMUEL GABIANELLI fPinej
THOMAS FLOOD "He'd rather lose his dinner than
HTOIHU his jest."
"A wi-W 'mm Tfffleff-Y before ht? jovial, gay, and a smile all his
The perfect gentleman in every-
thing he says and does.
Q LORRAINE FRANKLINE JAMES GALSTON qriney
kill ', x "Lorrie" "Red"
, , "There are stars in your eyes." "Nothing worries him-nothing
1 , Expressive sparkling eyes-always '1""'fS htm'
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"None knew thee but to love thee,
none named thee but to praise."
She wears her stunning clothes
like a queen.
"The hope of all maids."
Tall, dignified and oh, so hand-
"Dignity enhanceth the man."
Sometimes happy, sometimes seri-
ous, but never noisy.
egg MICHAEL GIANNONE qriney ERNESTINE GooDsoN
i - "Mickey" "Baby"
'A "The dearest friend to me, the "Stamp and dance, be nimble and A "Y"
kindest man." merry." L
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"T'was his thinking of others
that made you think of him."
Tall, dark, handsome and what
"Ambition has no rest."
A mechanical wizard-always has
a smile for everyone.
"Why should I work when life is
Devilish-a wonderful dancer.
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"A mon is only any gggd as hix "The terrible burden of having
wgrkf' nothing to do."
Always ready with a joke.
Always looking on the
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BENJAMIN GUAGENTI qriney
"Not too serious, not too gay,
that's the proper way."
Quiet, a hard worker, and willing
to please everyone if possible.
"Quiet, bashful and rather ma-
ture, with these she should be
"The face is the index of the
Quiet-pleasant to know.
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"The great end of life is not
knowledge but action."
A quiet, new comer to the school.
"In silence there'.s worth that
brings no risk."
Quiet, sweet-tempered and lives
an "easy go your way life."
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HELEN I-IRICKO 0 A FRANK JECUSCO fPinej
"Helen" . wi. "Frank"
"Art is power." J "I speak too long."
Quiet, always has a smiling 'F I A witty, talkative and loyal
"Hello" for all. I , fx , friend.
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To work or not to work, that ts if ' Wi. 1 S for a ffiendshlpj'
the question." Qt, ' '15 y " 'gag f' :Ei e- . f Always a laugh to ease a tense
Quiet, friendly, has a good word
"Quiet as a street at night."
Very bashful and quiet.
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"Wisdom is better than rubiesf'
A swell fellow, musically inclined.
LESLIE JACKSON NANCY KASDEN
He gives not lectures or charity, A merry heart doeth good lzke
when he gives, he gives himself." a mediCine,"
A spirited and lively fellow. gnappy dresser, 3 real wit
EVELYN KATZMAN ELIZABETH KINGSTON
"I know my duty." "I can resist everything except
Retiring lass, but wait until she temptation'
overcomes it, High stepper-not a bad dancer
"Whatsoever a man soweth, that
shall 'he also reap."
A great bowler-always chancing
"His bark is worse than his bite."
Neat dresser-can be fun when
he wants to.
"Though little, mighty I be."
Little bundle of dynamite never
know when she's liable to ex-
"To know her is to love her.'
Pretty, has nice smile, popular.
"E11er'yone's friend and no one's
A good sport-friendly to every-
one-certain to succeed.
"Lovely to look at, delightful to
Pretty, has nice smile.
ALFRED KINGSTON LOUISE KOBZIAK
"What a man has, so much he's "Silence and I are partners."
me Of' Quiet, likeable and a good friend.
Quiet but an all around nice guy.
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"She laughs and the world laughs
jolly. good sport and friendly.
"Always laughing and always gay
as she goes her merry way."
Cheerful-happy go lucky-has a
smile full of sunshine.
"An easy minded soul, and always
Quiet but swell-friendly with
"There is nothing in the world
so contagious as laughter and
Always laughing, a good sport.
"She hath a heart as sound as
As quiet as can be, but oh, so
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"The best of health is good
A good sport with a ready smile.
"Fair thoughts and happy hours
attend you always."
A good sport, friendly, and always
"No mind is well organized that
is deficient of humor."
Nice kid, warm and friendly.
RUSSELL KULAWIZ fPinej
"Knowledge is power."
One of the cleverest boys in our
"Nothing in the agairs of men,
is worthy of great anxiety."
Easy to get along with, hard
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Loves to be silly-talks to no end.
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It is a native personality that U c l
endow., a man to stand befme The heart's letter is read in the
Popular, good cheerleader, pretty
Petite blonde with a pleasing per-
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"Good nature is one of the
richest fruits of personality."
"Likeable and oh! how different."
Always joking, friendly, and a
Cute freckled face-nice person-
"guy" the seniors miss.
MARY MANZONE SEBASTIAN MIGNOSA
"Happiness seems made gg bg "It is more blessed to give than
shared." to receive."
A little bundle of perpetual mo- Good Sport. wonderful friend to
1 LOUIS MoNT1aFUsco grimy MILDRED MCGRATH
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F ' ' ful personality.
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"Love is the salt of life."
Pretty. very helpful, nice ligure
"The odor is the rose. the smile
Attractive, nice smile, confident,
"Knowledge is a common thing,
obtainable by all."
Here's a boy who can tell you
anything about sports.
GEORGE MCMANUS fPinej
"I take luxuries to the limit."
A good fellow, good dancer, pop-
ular with the fair sex.
RAYMOND MCNAMARA QP inej
"He that is overczzutious will
An easy fellow with a wonder-
ful scnse of humor.
"Her smile is su'e1'tf'ncd by her
Full of fun-beautiful smile, very
SAMUEL NOC-A fPinej
"Pz'rseveranee is a good thing." V
A hard worker, excels in wood-
FLORENCE OLENECHUK BESS PASSAFIU ME
"It is better to have one friend "lt's good to be merry and wise."
"fg'f""f"'1'f-" Witty, easy to get along with.
Smart-good sport-cute giggle.
FLORENCE ONDOSIK JOSEPH PASTORELLA tPinej
"That which best fits us is cheer- "A lion among the ladies."
fulness and courage' Always with a crowd, swell
Good sport-neat dresser. friend, Fi lOl of fun.
WALTER OZINSKY fPinej CHARLES PAWLAK fPiney
"Life has its music, let's seek a "Happy the mlm with never tl
A future Sinatra, alwafys friendly A good SPOITSUIHH, hard W0rkE1'-
SAMUEL PAN-TALONE qlfiney "Frankie"
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Argumentative but likeable. 3 Swell friend-
WILLIAM PARKER VINCENT PERO
"With mirth and laughter, let "He sleeps by day, more than the
the old wrinkles come." wildcutf'
Witty and easy-going, loyal Always looking on the bright side
friend, wonderful athlete. of everything, slow but sure.
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"To loaf is a science."
Artistic, always laughing and
with a good joke on hand.
"All men see the same object,
but do not equally understand."
A hard worker, very quiet, studi-
VICTOR POETA qifiney
"Good company, good wine, good
welcome, makes good people."
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"A noisy girl with noisy ways."
Her red hair is a virtue.
"His wise, rare smile is sweet
JOHN REKUS fPinej
"He finds the joys of heaven
here on earth."
Fast thinker, quiet, but full of
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LOUISE RICHARDS ANTHONY RUSSO tPinej
"If silgnge we-re ggldgn, "If work interferes with pleasure
I would be brake," the hefk with work."
Loves to talk, always on the gg, Cheerful, friendly, and well liked.
"But common quiet is mankindis "Wh03Uef ii' f0T6"ff0-if leads the
Smooth dancer, neat appearance
but OH! so quiet.
DONALD ROCHE fPii
"As sturdy and steady as th
Studious and quiet, excellent,
ANDREW ROTKO fPinej
"He who is silent, consents."
A good sportsman, and an
lent auto mechanic.
Cooperative, popular, and a good
"When things are as pretty as
that, criticism is out of season."
Always a listener, willing to help
"True goodness springs from
one's own heart."
excel' A Good worker, easy to get along
EDITH RUBELMANN ALBERT SCOTT fPinej
"Big Oaks from little acorns "Don't talk much but I hear o
Cute, quiet and very slow on the Good dancer, always smiling and
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PETER sHoLTYs qpiney
"My best endeavours shall be
Quiet, well-mannered, an ardent
"We are here to add what we can
Good looking, has a nice "Hello"
"One's eyes are what one is."
Talking blue eyes, Bashing smile.
Likes a joke-doesn't spare the
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"Our greatest glory is not in never "Her voice is everywhere, like
falling, but in rising every time golden sunshine, filling the air."
we fall' A lovely smile for all.
"The mildest manners and gen'
Friendly as the day is long-shy
"It is always good when a man
has two irons in the fire."
Quiet, good looking, nice to
"The gift of Gaiety may itself be
the greatest good fortune."
Friendly disposition-lots of fun.
STANLEY SOSIENSKI KENNETH STOKES
"All can be ruled by the great." "Practise is the best of all
Cheerful friendly, good fellow to
know. An all round good fellow.
MICHAEL sP1vAK FRANK, SZPMS, Wine?
"We have forty million reasons "Hear ZW: hem' Yer 'LW towncrie'
for failure, but not a single shouted'
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Liked by everyone, good looking, WaY5 'eadl' with 3 Joke-
MARVIN STEEVES MAURINE TALMADGE
"Always ready for a good joke." "Though she be but little, she
Ambitious, friendly, headed for 'S """""e-
the top. Petite, sparkling eye, and what
ALFREPASIEINER FREDERICK TANNER qriiiey
"H th' t t k d uhrdien
as a unfiigrstazldiiow an "Rich in good works."
Studious, quiet, knows what he's A hanfl walker who will go 3 long
talking about way in life and have many
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"I meant to do my work today
but oh, well."
Friendly, popular, always laugh-
ing, basketball man.
"Her very frowns are fairer far,
than smiles of other maidens
"Little, but Oh My!"
SQVCEI, petite, Bashing dark eyes,
"Popularity bears her company."
Attractive, good dancer. loads of
"Witty jests and frequent smiles
make a friendship well worth
Friendly-likeable-full of fun, a
Beautiful dresser, keen at sports,
attractive and likeable. .
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"To have money is a fear, not to
have it is a grief."
Wavy hair, friendly, good worker.
ARTHUR VROOM fPinej
"He should, he could, he would,
he did his best."
Serious and sober minded fellow.
DONALD TYNAN QPinej
"Perehed and sat and nothing
A newcomer to our school, well
"The smile that won't come all-"
Popular, full of pep, and smiling
from morning till night.
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"Quiet as a mouse in his hole."
Good disposition-easy to make
friends-willing to make many
"Why work when play is so
much more fun?"
Witty-carefree-warm smile for
"Amiability shines by its own
Tall, neat, good-looking blonde
wonderful personality and wit.
"Without music, life would be a
Quiet, but always ready with a
RICHARD WARREN QPinej
"People who make no noise are
Knows his work-can do it and
have his fun.
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"I try all things, I achieve what
Good sport-always ready and
"Business is a combination of
war and sport."
Quiet but pleasant, carefree but
"I wish your ladyship all heart's
Always on the look for mischief.
FRANK JECUSCO QPinej
"I speak too long."
LYDIA ZAMPA A witty, talkative and loyal
"Little friends may prove great 1 h
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A.H.S., oh, how we love you
And the golden days we've shared.
Into life we dare to venture
Knowing that we are prepared.
We have shared with you
Our triumphs, our defeats,
Our hopes, and prayers.
In our memories you will linger
Causing golden moments there.
A.H.S. now we must leave you,
But your teachings we will keep
They will help us in life's battles
And in trials that we meet.
As we strive to make tomorrow,
Fairer than the days gone by,
A.H.S. we'll e'er remember,
Love for thee will never die.
JULIUS I. DOUGLAS
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Albert Della Volpe
Elvera Della Volpe
Don't be foolish!
What do you know?
Oh how ravishing!
Don't lose you!
Is that so?
Are you kidding?
Is that right?
Oh, get out!
You know it too
Don't be silly
How bad I feel
Don't lose it!
You don't say!
What a pip!
Are you sure?
What say kid?
For goodness sakes
Are you crazy?
Get out of here
You're just jealous
Don't lose you
Quit fooling around
Such is life
Lets be friends
Oh! Mv aching back
Oh! Gee whiz
You got Moxie
A good time
Air Line Hostess
Owner of Heaphy's
Frank Di john
Salvatore Di Mauro
You're not kidding
D'ya want a medal?
You tell 'em
Don't lose you
Don't lose it.
Oh, Come on.
You get me.
Don't lose you
I mean, you know
Don't lose it!
That's all brother
Don't you like it?
You know it, too
Want to have a card gam
Don't lose you!
Get out of here.
Give him a discharge
Are you kidding?
Oh mv back!
What did you say?
You're a smart kid,
Act your age.
In an age.
Oh, gee whiz.
To be alone
Peace and quiet
E's on report card
U. S. Marines
Lois La Marche
I don't know.
Don't lose itl
Wait a minute
Oh, my gosh!
Don't lose you.
I don't knowl
Oh, gee whiz.
Don't be sillyl
Are you kidding?
Get out of here.
Are you kidding?
Don't lose it.
What 'cha say?
How are ya?
Don't be silly
You really think so?
You don't say!
Don't lose it.
Let's be quiet.
There you are.
Oh, is it cutel
For crying out loud!
Got a cigarette?
I'm telling you.
Don't lose you.
Don't be silly
A good time
New York Yankees
To have enemies
Getting up early
30 Cushion Billiards
Man about town
Manager of Cafeteria
Owner of Fulton's
Don't lose you.
Wrap it up.
Don't bother me.
Don't lose you.
Are you kidding?
Aw, go on.
Oh, my back!
Got a cigarette?
What do you care.
Know what I mean?
Oh, how tragic!
For gosh sake!
Don't lose you.
Talk to me!
For cryin' out loud
Is that so?
Aw, go on.
Don't lose it
Don't be like that.
I don't know.
I'll mangle you.
I don't know.
For goodness sakes.
To sleep late
Fishing and hunting
Hot dog roasts
To be with the gang
Wine, women and son
A good time
Empty mail boxes
People in general
Night club owner
U. S. Army
U. S. Navy
Physical Ed. Teacher
"A freshman knows not and knows that he knows not" was written clearly upon
the excited faces of the chattering group of pupils as we turned eyes full of awe
toward the fascinating edifice which was to be our Alma Mater for the next four
years, and with eager steps and anxious hearts we Bled into the spacious auditorium,
novitiates in a new phase of scholastic endeavors.
As the weeks flew by and we were actually beginning to know our way around,
the Red Cross clubs were organized and once a week we heartily did our bit by
knitting the afghans we were so proud to send to our fighting men.
That iirst glorious year we chose Peter Goumas to lead us as president, Barbara
Hallihan as secretary, and Robert Brozak as treasurer.
Others to earn fame that year were Howard Mark, Therese Comcowich, Barbara
Hallihan, William Grant, Doris Edwards, and Harriett Velms, who were appointed
to the staff of the school magazine "The Observer."
As the winter winds gave way to lilting spring breezes, our happy minds turned
blithely to thoughts of the annual operetta and in the true spirit of spring we
presented the romantic tale of "The Gypsy Rover." Its successful performances
proved emphatically the able prowess of our leading characters, Lynn Schumacher,
Lorraine Frankline, Nancy Fisher, Ralph Boulay and Bill Costigan.
Thus with ringing applause in our ears and report cards in our hands we turned
from Freshman days to summer vacation with the promise of morning sessions
and the Sophomore status locked deep in our hearts.
All too soon the carefree days of summer fleeted by and once more we turned our
steps toward the winding hills leading to the school. The opening weeks of our
Sophomore year proved almost as exciting as those of our first year, as we had an
entirely new schedule and a new standing. As Freshmen we were overlords, heads
of the school-now as lowly Sophomores we meekly did as we were bidden and fur-
tively glanced at the majestic seniors whenever we were sure of not being noticed. As
for notice-no one looked at us, they looked through us, for we "wise fools" indeed,
"knew not and knew not that we knew not."
However, we were not daunted and self-confidently went through our trials under
our second term president and vice-president, Peter Goumas and Barbara Hallihan,
with Bill Ballantyne, secretary and Nancy Fisher treasurer. Under their leadership
we sailed blissfully -through the ensuing weeks which were crowded -with many
activities, the most outstanding of which was the Sophomore Hop.
To the illustrious staff of "The Observer," were added the names of Mildred
McGrath, Nancy Fisher, Irene jecusco, Dorothy Woodford, Aliee Engle, Peggy
Connors, William Costigan, Sebastian Mignosa, and john Ready.
Once again june was drawing to a close and we bade farewell to Sophomore days
with fond memories and dreams of a superlative future as Juniors.
When September lazily rolled around again, we felt as if we "belonged" to the
school-permanent fixtures and veterans of two hard years of service. Deciding
to choose our two year veteran politicians again, we felt secure with Peter Goumas
and Barbara Hallihan again our president and vice-president. Nick Salce became
secretary and Agnes Heglund treasurer.
Our "Observer" staff was increased again by Donald Plocke, Dolores Maciag,
Nancy Kasden, and Agnes Heglund.
In our third year also, Doris Dellin and Howard Mark won the two first prizes
in the annual Public Speaking contest.
Going from one success to another, we plunged whole-heartedly into the bond
drives of that year with double motives, for our class president.Peter Goumas, and
Frank Di john, Michael Hennessey, David Merkle, Edward Gracon, and joseph
Moran entered the Armed Forces. We reached a goal of 310,000 as a tribute to
them and late in the year were awarded the Minute Man flag for our efforts.
One of our more outstanding accomplishments of the year was the Junior-Senior
Reception, a great success and a welcome tribute to the outgoing seniors.
As the summer again drew near and we assisted at the senior class day exercises
we realized that next year we would be passing through those portals for the last
time, and the thought sobered us as we sang "Lavender," that class day in 1945.
With the dawn of September of the next term we confidently swaggered into the
now familiar school, once more overlords-Seniors led by Nick Salce, presidentg
Frieda Matjouranis, vice-president, William Ashe, secretary, and Gladys Tyler,
Lynn Schumacher was added to the "Observer" staff as girls' sports editor this
year, and Harriett Velms was made editor-in-chief.
Early in the year plans were made for a yearbook and an able staff was chosen led
by Barbara Hallihan, editor.
Another important achievement of our last two years was the News Digest now
headed by Alice Engle and Barbara Hallihan, co-editors.
Our football team marched gloriously to victory under co-captains William
Ballantyne, Duber Parker, and Bobby Bryce, while Virginia Buckley twirled the
baton as drum majorette of the band.
The best news of the year, however, was the announcement that we would be
able to make the trip to Washington, the first class to do so since the outbreak
of the war.
In December we chose Barbara Hallihan our D. A. R. representative for the
annual good citizenship award.
The usual senior activities, the Prom, junior-Senior reception, declamation
contest, class day, and lastly graduation, rounded out one of the most memorable
years in our lives and as we passed through the portals for the last time in June
1946, we held memories to be long remembered, of A. H. S. and the happy days
On the night of June 21, 1946 a very select group of forty seniors, which includes
two of our fellow classmates now in the armed forces, will receive diplomas for our
four years of labor, -the labor depending upon how well Mr. Ruddy and Mr. McGee
think we toiled in the vineyards.
In September 1942 we assembled where we met Mr. Ruddy for the first time.
There were 87 timid and frightened Freshmen who listened intently to Mr. Ruddy
as he told us of the many hardships we must hurdle in order to win our coveted
diploma four years hence.
Our freshman year was very ordinary with none of us attaining outstanding
success. Several of us made the honor roll each marking period for which we
received a scholastic emblem. Galston and Dijohn went out for the football team
and helped Coach Jarvis considerably.
We went home in june, enjoyed a fine summer and before we knew it, we found
ourselves in September and back to Pine where Mr. Ruddy instructed us in what
to expect for our Sophomore year. To our surprise we learned that 14 had dropped
by the waysideg some to the armed forces, others to help in the war effort and still
others who transferred to the other high school. Danny Ready was the first of our
class to help Uncle Sam defeat the Axis.
Galston, Gabianelli, Giannone and Dijohn were soon treking to the football
field and each gave a wonderful account of himself-so much so that Ansonia High
School went undefeated. Trella and Galston joined the basketball teams and saw
much action. Track and baseball soon followed the basketball season and Warren
and Galston added many valuable points for the team.
During our Sophomore year we elected the following boys to lead us in our many
activitiesg President, Gaetano Vernig Secretary-Treasurer, Stanley Dorosh.
June was again upon us which meant cessation of studies and some good swim-
ming. Most of us had part time jobs but we were back at Pine as jubilant Juniors.
Our first activity of the year was to elect our officers for the ensuing year. These
were: President, Michael Giannoneg Vice President, Louis Montefuscog Secretary-
Treasurer, Walter Burblis.
As we looked about us we knew that several more had left our midst. In our
Junior year we selected shops which we were to have for the following two years.
Many of us also took Plane Geometry which meant a daily jaunt to the Ansonia
High School which proved beneficial as well as entertaining.
During that year also, Stanley Dorosh and Donald Maher left for the Navy.
Giannone, Gabianelli and Galston starred for the Lavender which achieved
another undefeated season.
On February lst, Mr. Ruddy resigned to accept a position with the government
at Newington. He became Vocational Advisor to returning veterans, a position for
which he was thoroughly qualified. His departure brought much gloom and sadness
to Pine because in all our associations he had been a true friend and an excellent
Mfe purchased our class rings during our junior year which made us feel secure
in the fact that we were heading toward our Senior year.
As our Junior year was fast approaching to a close we gave the Seniors their
annual dance and it proved to be the highlight of our school year. Soon we were
out for the summer and a year of hard and successful toil was forgotten.
In September, l945 we gathered again to begin our 4th and we, hope, final year.
This year we met our new principal, Mr. McGee, who succeeded Mr. Ruddy. From
the outset he has given us a lending ear and helpful hand in all our activities.
As we looked about us and counted our class, we were 45 strong. It was not long
though, before we lost some other members of the class to the service of Uncle Sarn
-Matthew Franzino, Frank jecusco, james Galston, Victor Poeta and Samuel
Red Galston was co-captain of the football team but left at mid-season when his
call came to join the colors. Giannone and Gabianelli also played sterling ball for
the Lavender which was managed by Charley Pawlak who did a superb job.
Verni, Rotko and Giannone had charge of our movie set-up and provided excel-
lent entertainment for the student body. The class of l946 can also be proud of
its excellent record in the purchase of Defense bonds and stamps and will continue
with the purchase of Victory bonds and stamps.
On October 25th, the Seniors held a Hallowe'en dance that was a great success.
The profits will go to defray some of the expenses of the lvashington trip.
Due to the fact that this publication must go to press, many of our activities can-
not be mentioned. Our year is complete with planned parties and dances and most
of us are looking forward to the best time of our lives when we shall depart for
the Nation's capital during our May vacation. Another item on our "must" list will
be our last social activity-the Senior Prom which will be held a short time previous
to graduation. With what we have to look back to and the many pleasurable events
to come, we can certainly say that Pine School is a fine school.
The Lasl W'll nd
Teslamenl Classof19 6
We the members of the Class of 1946 of the Ansonla Hlgh School ln the Clty of
Ansoma New Haven County State of Connectlcut Umted States of Amerlca
belng physxcally and mentally balanced do make our last w1ll and testament
To our faculty headed by Mr Prendergast we leave our smcere thanks and best
wlshes for thelr aid 1n preparmg us for our future llfe and glvlng us four very
Our gratltude and apprecxatlon we extend to Mrs KYIPS and Mr Ryan for the
t1me and energy they have glven to make thls our year book a success
To our faculty who have stood by us so falthfully we leave these xndlvldual ltems
To Mr Prendergast a memo pad no SCIIOUS problems and cooperatlve class
To MISS Raye a long summer vacatlon
To M1ss Kennedy a large bottle of asp1r1n for her untlrxng efforts
To Mr Grosberg an all boy fourth perlod Physlcs class
To MISS Merz the hope of a personal art room
To Mr Arthur a comptometer and a body guard for h1s cafeterxa duty
To Mr Conkl1n our sympathy and sad regrets for the defeats he took at our
hands m the field of sports
To Mr JHTVIS hopes for a champlonshlp football team ln the near future wlth
out the asslstance of the Senlor Stars
To Mr Comcowlch our enthusxasm for h1s speeches at our football rallles
To M1ss Conklln lots of success 1n her art hobby
To M1ss Hennessey a nlce woolen muffler for her auto horn fwhlch always
complains about the coldj
Mr H1lb1sh many thanks for hrs swell athletxc programs
MISS Monahan a prlvate secretary for her bookstore dutles
Mr Manley a blue serge su1t and some good films for hls camera projector
Mr Vxcarl a new tennls racket
M1ss Prlckett numerous new Blology specxmens
MISS Booth an efliclent library stall
To M1ss Ryan an autographed baseball from the wmmng World Serxes team
To Mr Clark the applause glven at the plays he has so ably dlrected
To M1ss McNamara a dozen well sharpened penclls
To MISS Brodle bl1ndfolders for her alphabet practlce
To M1ss Marvm and Mr Stewart a flat gym floor
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24. To Mr. Ryan, a set of fifth grade histories which would be better for the up
and coming seniors, than is Muzzey.
25. To Mr. Martorano, a fence for his cafeteria duty.
26. To Mr. McGee, Pine School fa fine schoolj.
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To the school we leave:
1. Synchronized clocks and a more cheerful fire bell.
2. New recipes for the cafeteria.
3. Soft cushioned chairs in the library. I
4. A stabilized heating system.
5. Electric brooms and automatic sweepers for the janitors to pick up the little
scraps of paper we may have left behind.
6. To the members of the band, well tuned instruments.
7. To the school office, a sizeable package of tardy slips, so that we, in our small
way, may pay for the things we have used.
F ifthly -
To the students we leave:
l. Lots of green grass to next year's class.
2. Lockers with easily worked combinations.
3. Extra chairs for those who can never Find them during lunch.
4. A cooperative Observer staff, "like ours."
5. Lots of luck in the publication of the News Digest.
1. just as God made green apples and dumb Seniors-to the faculty we leave next
1. All our appreciation to our class mates in the service, for their bit in helping
to attain victory.
l. To the Juniors, we leave the vacant seats which we hope they will occupy as
well as we did.
2. For the Sophomores we have "hope."
3. Mfe leave next year's football team our hopes for good luck.
4. To the remaining members of the faculty we leave our best wishes.
We hereby appoint Mrs. Anne K. Krips, the sole executrix of this our last will
In witness whereof, we, the graduates of 1946, the testators, have to this, our
last will, affixed our signatures and seal, this nineteenth day of june, one thousand
nine hundred and forty-six.
Pine anual Training chool
Hear ye, hear ye! Let it be known that we, the Class of 1946 of the Charles H.
Pine Manual Training School, situated in Ansonia, a municipality 'of the State of
Connecticut, United States of America, make this our last will and testament.
Now, being of lawful age and in possession of unsound minds, failing memories
and dusty brains, we do hereby set forth this drawn up publication of our docu-
ment in which we make the following bequests:
1. A public address system is to be left to the Pine Manual Training School.
2. To the oilice we leave two red-cushioned chairs so that the boys who have
detention will be more comfortable.
3. To the Woodworking Shop we leave a new heating system so that the students
will not have to wear their overcoats while working.
4. To the Auto Shop we leave enough wrenches and two F.B.I. men so that the
boys will not steal tools.
5. To the Print Shop we leave two dozen bright red lounging chairs so that the
students can be comfortable.
6. To the Machine Shop we leave a bar of laundry soap so that the students will
not use Mr. Crook's Lux facial soap.
7. To the Mechanical Drawing room we leave a set of steel T squares so that the
boys will not mark or damage them if they are dropped.
8. To the Cooking room we leave a deodorizer to kill the odor so that the boys
will not run to Miss Roche for aspirins when the girls start cooking.
Furthermore, we, the Class of '46, make the following bequests to the faculty
whom we have so grudgingly obeyed during the last four years:
1. To Mr. Conklin we leave a pair of crutches to use when his knee jumps out
2. To Mr. Burns we leave a share in the Presto Lunch.
3. To Mr. McLoughlin we leave a helicopter to get to school from New Haven.
4. To Mr. Jarvis we leave a strong rocking chair so that he will not break the back
of his desk chair, relaxing.
5. To Mr. Flynn we leave a secretary to keep track of all of his friends.
6. To Mr. Roche we leave a new door for his classroom so that the boys will not
lock him out of his own room.
7. We leave to Mr. Comcowich a book of 1,000 jokes to entertain his pupils.
8. To Mr. Kiely we leave a box of cigars to smoke while the boys are getting
9. To Mr. O'Connell we leave a pair of roller skates so he won't wear out his shoes
while going back and forth to Mr. Gottsegc-:n's boiler.
10. To Miss Kulikowski and Miss Nason we leave a set of drapes for the windows
to stop the high school girls from looking at the handsome Pine boys.
11. To Miss Roche we leave a thought-wave typewriter so she will not have to work
her delicate lingers to the lbones.
12. To Miss Tiffany we leave an automatic threading machine.
13. To Mr. Stevens we leave our good-will.
14. To Mr. Gottsegen we leave a housekeeper to keep his beautiful home in shin-
15. To Mr. Crook we leave a can of simonize to keep his car shining.
l6. To Mr. Halligan we leave a certificate to buy a new Buick.
The Class of '46 does hereby make the following bequests to the hereafter
To our boys serving in the armed forces, we leave our best wishes for a speedy
1. We leave Brasse1l's cuteness to joe Giannone.
2. We leave Burblis, physique to Charlie Howard.
3. We leave Daniels' quietness to Hylwa.
4. We leave Della Volpe's ability as an Auto Mechanic to his brother Tony.
5. We leave Didato's curls to Dizzy Dean.
6. DiMauro's height is left to Pantalone.
7. Dorosh's ability to speak is left to Carmen Fama.
8. We leave Eaton's shoes to anyone who can fill them.
9. Facchini's quaint walk is left to Adolph Dorosh.
10. Ferdian's art ability is left to any lower classman who thinks he can draw a
11. To DiGiorgi we leave Ferla's ability to argue with Mr. Jarvis.
12. To Korzan we leave Gabianelli's and Walsh's art of skipping school.
13. To Donald Bush We leave Mike Giannone's way with the women.
14. Ga1ston's ability to play football is left to Mike Kennedy.
15. To the Cooking class we leave Guagenti's recipe book.
16. Kulawiz's ability to get along with Mr. Gottsegen is left to Mattie Milardo.
17. Tynan's, Marinelli's and Vroom's way of lighting over one girl is left to Hyde,
Bush and Dillis.
18. McManus's moaning habits are left to Sam Sampiere.
19 To any two Juniors we leave McNamara's loud mouth.
20. Montefusco's acrobatic ability is left to Peter Palumbo.
21. To Ray Dillis we leave Pastorella's dancing ability.
22. Pawlak's art of managing the football squad is left to Mike Culmo. h
23. To Knepple we leave Rekus' neatness in machine shop work.
24. Pete Sholtys, custom of taking attendance slips around is left to Walt Bygott.
25. Tanner's and Trella's ability to fall asleep during class is left to Nelson.
26. Verni's Hashy ties are left to Gondola.
27. Warren's swiftness in running is left to Stanley Kucher.
Sworn to all regulations in accordance with the inheritance laws of Connecticut.
Sealed and Signed,
City Clerk - Iris Russcaz
Notary Public - Musterseed Yondell
justice of the Peace - Salty Montepaffen
Class Day Speakers
Class Day Speakers
Albert Della Volpe
Likely to Succeed ,.,...,...., ...... ,....,
Therese Comcowlch ,.., ,.,... .,...,,.
Gladys Tyler ..............,...
Lynn Schumacher ...,..
Lynn Schumacher ......
Betty Kingston .,...,......
,.Most Popular ......,. .
Most Dzgnihed ....,..,... ...,.......,
Best Looking .........
Best Athlete , ..,..,.... .
Best Dressed ....,..,..,.
Lavma Buswell ...........,..........,..,..,.
Cutest ,...,.....,..,,. ,, ....,.......
Helen Walkinshaw ..,......,..,...,....
Rosemary Abel ............
Arlene Bishop ,..............
'Pine Manual Training
Peppzest .......,......,.. ,......
Best Natured ,. .,.,..... .
Best Dancer ........,......
Noisiest ........ . .,...,........ .
Howard Mark, Richard Ferdian'
Nick Salce, james Galston'
Donald Plocke, Donald Roche'
,W'illiam Walsh, Donald Roche'
William Grant, Gaetano Verni'
Mfilliam Parker, james Galston'
Michael Angelini, Arthur Vroom"'
William Ashe, Matthew Franzino'
Robert Brozak, Emanuel Didato'
William Parker, Robert Brassell'
Richard Cody, Raymond McNamara'
Donald Shortell, Donald Roche'
Richard Cody, Joseph Pastorella'
Frank Casalvieri, Albert Della Volpe'
Leslie Jackson, Joseph Pastorella'
Donald Plocke, John Daniels'
Football Schedule 1945
Ansonia ...,..,................. 38 Shelton .,........................
Ansonia ...,..,. ,.....,..., 1 9 St. Basil ,...,.,,..,..
Ansonia ..,..,.. .,..,, 6 Hamden ,......... ..
Ansonia ..,..,,. ,......,... 3 2 Torrington .....,...
Ansonia ......., ..,.....,.. 1 6 Crosby .....,..,,...,.. .,
Ansonia ........ ...,.. 0 Stamford ..,.......
Ansonia ........ ,.... 6 Central ........ ,,
Ansonia ......,. ...,. 6 Derby ...,.....,...,.. ,,
Ansonia ...,,...,............... 5 1 Naugatuck ,...,.,..........
Total - Ansonia 174 Opponents 46
Won 6' Lost 3 Tied 0
on the Ansonia tradition of ace blocking quarterbacks.
His size has led to his nickname, "The Mighty Miteug but if anyone of his oppo-
nents had an idea that he would be a pushover because of his size, Nickie quickly
and decisively changed his mind. As a swift, running guard, he was seen far down
the Held under punts and kickolfsg and leading the ball-carrier, often throwing a
key block which led to a gain of many yards. He proved his versatility to the coaches
and spectators when he was transferred to end where he played a bang up game.
It'll be a long time before another guard matches Nickie's speed and aptness.
Rough and ready Micky was a tremendous asset to the line play. A guard who
changed to the center post when Galston left, Mike held down the pivot post so
excellently that he earned the admiration of all who realized the importance of his
position in the defense we used this year. In this defense, Mike was the key man.
He was often the first man between the ball-carrier and "pay-dirtf' but needless to
say, the opposing player could never reach touchdown territory: Mike was always
ready for him.
watched "Duber" on the gridiron.
Bob is our brilliant blocking back who was the brains of the team after Parker s
injury. Although he didn't carry the ball much, he was always in front of the ball
carrier, blocking savagely and paving an alley for him through a maze of would be
tacklers. On the defense he was quick to tackle any back who slipped by the line
into the secondary. In the last game of the season, he displayed his running ability
by scoring three touchdowns and making several large gains Bob nobly carried
Before he was interrupted in his football career by a call to the armed forces
"Red" was a standout on the offense because of his excellent centering and vicious
blocking. His line-backing and aptitude in diagnosing the opposition s plays were
a stellar factor in our defense. His sudden call to the Navy was a severe loss to
"Duber" proved his worth as a triple-threat back in his umor year Several
injuries hampered him in his Senior year but he never lost his ability When he
ran, he was as hard to stop as a runaway horseg when he wasn t running he was
blocking hard and sure: and his passes were accurate. Before his injuries he called
the signals with the skill of a strategist. It was always with great pride that we
Bill is a quick-thinking guard who saw quite a bit of action this year. He made
it "hot" for the "first-stringers" in practiceg and often interfered with the successful
execution of a play by breaking across and stopping the leather-toter. Whenever
he was in the game, he always played to the best of his ability.
This'tall, rangy guard who was converted from tackle because of his defensive
abilityg made things difficult for the ball-carrier to no gain, or tackling him for a
loss. His blocking was frequently a contributing factor to a spectacular run by one
of the backs. His graduation will be a loss to the team that will be hard to overcome.
Big B111 was like a mountain on the defense and very seldom could the opposi-
tion run a play through his impregnable position. He is noted for his bull-like
charge, smashing through the interference and nailing the ball-carrier by himself.
On the offense he is a battering-ram, knocking 'down all would-be tacklersg and can
always be seen down-field when the play isn't to his side. His excellent leadership
helped hold the team together through all difficulties.
A hard-charging end whose blocking is savage and clean, Bill is noted for his
defensive ability and frequent dropping of a ball-carrier behind the line of scrima
mage. As a receiving end he can snare a pass if it is thrown anywhere near him.
When at the end of the season, he was hampered by an injury, his loss was felt
keenly by the team.
Cass belongs to that remarkable group of athletes: those who consistently
play a good game. On all intricate plays, he carried out his assignment in the right
way at the right time. His accurate blocking and hard tackling aided many a play
to net long yardage. Usually, after a few attempts to run plays around his end, the
opposing team would give up in despair and try some other way of getting through
our line. "Cass' " contributions to' the efficient teamwork of our "field warriors"
were invaluable. He always played his best under any and all circumstances.
Ansonia ..,... 28 Torrington ..
Ansonia ...... 24 Naugatuck ..
Ansonia .,.... 33 Leavenworth
FRANK CASALVIERI-Coecaptain . . , Husky, hard fighting guard who fought
from whistle to whistle . . . ROBERT BRYCE-Co-captain . . . Fast, aggressive guard,
noted for his eye on set shots . . . VINCENT DRAKE-Big rangy forward, a demon
under the backboards . . . FRANK ALU-A speedy guard with an excellent jump
shot from the side court . . . THOMAS CASAGRANDE-A hustler at center, has
deadly eye on one handed pivot shots . . . WILLIAM DUDLEY-Tall, high scoring
forward with a good shot from the "Bucket" . . . THOMAS DUNCAN-A hard
fighting guard noted for his defensive ability . . . HOYVARD WANNIGA-A flashy
forward with plenty of savvy under the backboards . . . IRVING HOFMANN-
Small forward with a sharp eye from the side court . . . SAM HOUSTON-A very
fast guard, known for his ability to set up plays . . . LOUIS BARBIERI-One
handed jump shot artist, could throw it up from anywhere . . . ALBERT ANDER-
SION-Tall center, who fought hard under both backboards turning back many
Stamford ......... 27
Shelton .........,., 27
Derby .,...........,. 33
Crosby ...........,... 38
Crosby .....,...,...,, 36
Stamford . .,...,.. 25
Wilby .....,............ 27
Derby .,.,........... 43
Ansonia ,..... 57 Alumni ...........
Ansonia ,...,. 37 Wilby ...............
Ansonia ...,.. 18 Commercial...
Ansonia ...... 44 Shelton ....,.,.
1946 Baseball Schedule
Tuesday, April 16 ............,..,
Thursday, April 18 ,.....,.... ..
Saturday, April 20 ...,....... .......
Monday, April 22 ...,..,.......... .,.....
.,,.,...,.....Wilby at Waterbury
.......,.........She1ton at Ansonia
......,......,.....,...Gilbert at Ansonia
.......Leavenworth at Ansonia
Wednesday, April 24 ....,....... ....,.,................., S helton at Shelton
Saturday, April 27 .........,. ..
Monday, April 29 .,,..,...,. ....,..
Saturday, May 4 ...........
Tuesday, May 7 .,.....,..,.
..........,.....,Crosby at Waterbury
.,.,.,...,.Watertown at Ansonia
...Torrington at Torrington
Saturday, May 11 .......,..... ,.......,, ......... , . ..Gi1bert at Winsted
Tuesday, May 14 ...,........., ...........,..,..,...,..... W ilby at Ansonia
Saturday, May I8 ........, ,... ................... N a ugatuck at Ansonia
Tuesday, May 21 ............. ..........,.
Friday, May 24 .,...,........
...Watertown at Watertown
Leavenworth at Waterbury
Tuesday, May 28 .............. ........,.............,.....,. C rosby at Ansonia
Saturday, june 1 .............,.. .,,......,.... T orrington at Ansonia
Tuesday, June 4 ..........,..... , ................. ,. .,...,...... Derby at Derby
Saturday, June 8 ...,.......
...,..Naugatuck at Naugatuck
Mr. Michael Vicari ..,,..,...., Coach
Thomas K. Wentworth, Captain
Donald Plocke ..,...,................. Manager
I , t
The Ansonia High School track
team is looking forward to a suc-
cessful season. It has a few return-
ing veterans in Parker, Alu, Ashe,
DiGeorgi, Bryce, Salce, Culmo,
Pantalone, Webb and Manley.
Parker is an all around track man,
competing in running, weight,
and jumping events. Alu is a dash
man and can be used in the mile.
Coach Jarvis has a good miler in
Ashe, who can also be used in the
weight events. DiGeorgi, Bryce,
Manley, Salce, Culmo and Webb
are dash men. DiGeorgi was the
leading dash man on last year's
team copping these events in each
of the track meets. Casalvieri,
Pantalone and Kennedy are used
in long distance events. Several
newcomers to the squad promise
to help considerably in this year's
meets. Among these are Houston,
Littlejohn, Farna and Dean.
Dolores Culmo Gladys Tyler
Agnes Heglund Maureen Talmadge
Frieda Matjouranis. Shirley Begley
Helen Walkinshaw Barry Monahan
The termination of the 1945-46
Volleyball season found these
outstanding Senior girls holding
coveted positions on the Honor-
ary Volleyball Team.
Lillian Chaplik Nancy Fisher
Betty-jean Crocker Helen Hricko
Marion Davidson Florence Olenec
Elvera Della Volpe Mary Vartelas
Miss Louise Marvin
Senior Honorary Team
The best players of the Red and White teams are chosen for the honorary team
a goal that every girl looks forward to and tries to achieve.
Elvera Della Volpe
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Editor-in-Chief, Hariett Velms, '46
Literary Editor, Dolores Maciag, '46
Assistants, Alice Engle, '46, Donald Plocke, '46, Barbara Hallihan, '46, Agnes lleglund, '46, Alfred
Steiner, '46, Betty Jane Crocker, '46, Madeleine Martin, '47, Madeleine Elder, '47, Bernice
Cushner, '47, Alice Pattinson, '47, Mary O'Brien, '47, ,Patricia Biondolillo, '48, Patricia
Gordon, '48, Josephine DiMauro, '48, Geraldine Murphy, '48
School Notes Editor, Doris Edwards, '46
Assistants, Dorothy Woodford, '46, George Kain, '46, Peggy Connors, '46, Mildred McGrath, '46,
Irene Jecusco, '46, Henry Listwon, '47, Lillian McLaughlin, '47, Carmen Angelini, '47, Rose
Arnone, '47, Joan Pepe, '48, George Brown, '48, Virginia Adzima, '48,
Marion Kochanowsky, '48
Alumni Editor, Nancy Kasden, '46
Assistants, Muriel McGarry, '47, Josephine Grova, '48
Exchange Editor, Therese Comcowich, '46
Assistants, Munsey Scharmett, '47, Muriel Cordett, '48
Athletic Editor, William Costigan, '46
Assistants, David Wright, '47, Michael Coppola, '48, Lynn Schumacher, '46
Freshmen, Grace Carmody, Joan Lindholm, John Vellturo, Gail Phillips,
Martin Ryan, Richard Levy
Business Manager, Sebastian Mignosa, '46
Assistant Manager, Nicholas Amico, '47
Assistants, Howard Mark, '46, William Grant, '46, John Ready, '46, John Elko, '47, Harold
Grady, '47, Kent Josephson, '48, Robert Gordon, '48
Typists, Chairman, Genevieve Sciegaj, '46
Assistants, Rosemary Abel, '46, Agnes Ahearn, '46, Angelina Alexander, '46, Lucille Ayoub, '46,
Antoinette Bachkowski, '46, Virginia Bak, '46, Elsie Bedner, '46, Concetta Bonadies, '46,
Lillian Chaplik, '46, Patricia Dean, '46, Mary Demanchyk, '46, Nancy Fisher, '46, Helen
Hricko, '46, Wanda Ksiazak, '46, Lillian Moroney, '46, Frieda Matjouranis, '46,
Florence Olenechuk, '46, Mary Praskevich, '46, Adele Remus, '46, Jean Stokes,
'46 Maureen Talmadge, '46, Doreen Tyler, '46, Mary Vartelas, '46, Helen
Walkinshaw, '46, Shirley Wheeler, '46, Thomas Flood, '46,
Lorraine Frankline, '46
Faculty Advisers, Miss Ethel Ericson, Mr. J. Frank Ryan
Ansonia News Digest Stall
Alice Engle '46 Barbara Hallihan '46
Betty-Jean Crocker '46 Anthony Persutti '47
Louise Richards '46 William Phipps '47
Lynn Schumacher '46 Lillian Ready '47
Bernice Cushner '47 Munsey Scharmett '47
John Costigan '47 Angela Spagnola '47
Madeleine Martin '47 David Wright '47
Nancy Fisher '46 Mary Praskevich '46
Lillian Moroney '46 Jean'SLOkes '46 ,
Mary Vartelas '46
Rosemary Abel '46
Agnes Ahearn '46
Angelina Alexander '46
Lucille Ayoub '46
Ant. Bachkowsky '46
Virginia Bak '46
Elsie Bedner '46
Concetla Bonadies '46
Lillian Chaplik '46
Patricia Dean '46
Mary Demanchyk '46
Helen Hricko '46
lVanda Ksiazak '46
Florence Olenechuk '46
Frieda Matjouranis '46
Adele Remus '46
Genevieve Sciegay '46
Maureen Talmadge '46
Doreen Tyler '46
Helen Walkinshaw '46
Shirley Wheeler '46
Mr, John G. Prendergast, Principal
Mrs. Anne K. Krips Miss Eleanor L. McNamara
President ..,.....,.......... ........... J oseph Pastorella Treasurer ...,........,....,.. ,..., . ., ...,..,. Alfred Steiner
Vzce Preszdenl .......,.... ........ , .Thomas Wantroba Drum Majorette ......... .,,..,......... V irgmla Buckley
Secretary .,.,...,....., ...,,,........ T herese Comcowich Baton Twirler ........, ....,..,...,. A gnes Heglund
De Rosa, Marino
"Days Without Daddy"
Scene: The Day's Living Room
Time: Act I Late Morning
Mrs. David Day .,,......,.
Leota ..........,...........,... ....
Mrs. Bustle ...,....,,.
Danny Day .,,...,....
Grandma Day .......,,
Harriet Day .,,.......
Betty Day ......,...........,......
Mary Day ..,.....,,.....
Lt. Kenny Guilbiertii,
Lt. Dixie Roberts .,..,....,
Lt. Ranny Whitmore .......,.....
David Day .........,........,.......
Jose ..,.....,,.. ,.,.....,.,......
Beth Finley ,,,.. .,,.....,
Professor Fud .,..,....,
A Plumber ............ .,
Act II Scenel
5:30 the following afternoon
l 1:30 that evening
Act III A little later
Directed by Mr. Howard Clark
. ,.......,.......,.,................ Betty E115
Gaetano Verni .,.................,,.........,......,.... Chairman and Chief Projectionist
Frank Alu ,.,.,...,...,.,,,. ,. ........,.....,.....,..,,....,..,..,. Assistant Projectzonzst
Robert Snell ,.....,............. ....,.,....... 2 nd Assistant Projectionist
Thomas Flood ..................... ..,..................,.....,...... L ight Technician
Michael Giannone .,...,..,,, .,.....,....,..,..,..........,....... S tage Manager
Joseph Giannone .............. .....,...,,..., S tage Manager
Albert Della Volpe ...,...,......, ,...,,........ S tage Helper
Louis Montefusco .....,.........,. ...,..,.,....,. S tage Helper
Faculty Advisor ............,..,.,..,....,......,...,......,......... ...,........ M r. Lawrence Grosberg
Our school is equipped with a sixteen millimeter movie projector, which is
operated by the preceding committee of boys. The boys take care of the lighting,
the stage and all other incidentals. Therefore the committee is entirely a student
Some of our Tuesday morning programs are also prepared by these boys alone
and they have done an excellent job.
Prom Committee - Class oi 1946
Chairman - Nicholas Salce
Assistant Chairman - Michael Angelini
Miss Louise Marvin Mr. Henry Martorano
' Pine High School
Senior Assembly Committec
Robert Bryce, Chairman
Robert Brozak Ralph Boulay
Nick Salce Toni Bachkowsky
William Ashe Leslie jackson
Gladys Tyler Mildred Adams
Frieda Matjouranis Gaetano Verni
jean Stokes Louis Facchini
Rosemary Abel Frank Casalvieri
Miss Katharine D. Prickett
Junior Class 0ificers oi
Pine Manual Training School
Junior Class 0Iiicers
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Pine Manual Training School
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Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Prendergast
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGee
Miss Agnes Ray
J. Frank Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly
Fred Carmody, Insurance
The Delphi Club
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gaudio
J. Berman Insurance Agency
Western Beef Company
Mr. and Mrs. L. Asciutto
Mr. and Mrs. I-Iarry Cirkot
and Mrs. Sam Shuron
Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Engle
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. Anthony Alu
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brennan
Paul E. Schumacher
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Esposito
Ansonia Mattress Co.
Sardo's Grocery Store
Theta Beta Sigma
A Pilgrim Fellowship
Jacey's Furniture Store
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Flesher
Cameron Electric Company
Miss Anna Ignace
Tasty Food Shop
Children of Mary-Assumption Church
Phi Beta-Delta Chapter
Mr. and Mrs. William Lowe
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Crocker
First Methodist Choir
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Singer
City Treasurer Abraham Savelewitz
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Alu
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Impelliteri
Beta Gamma Sigma
Ansonia Aero Club
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
Teen Age Miss Club
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Breunig
S2fc Joseph A. Bonadies
Eta Beta Theta Chapter
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael D'Ambruoso
Mr. and Mrs. John M, Gilliland
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abel
Eta Pi Fraternity
Mr. and Mrs. James Hallihan
Ansonia Fish Market
Ansonia Music Shop
J. Mascolo Xc Sons
CARLETON BRETT, JR., Manager
Why not have Dinner with us on Sundays and Holidays
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Congratulations and Best Wishes to the
CLASS OF 1946
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ANSIINIA HIGH SCHO0L
PINE MANUAL TRAINING SCHO0L
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SAVINGS BANK OF ANSONIA
1 17 MAIN STREET
Phone 2568 Formerly Fowles
EDDIE THOENNES BAKERY
Anniversary and Wedding Cakes
Given Special Attention
102 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Tel. 3937 Free Delivery
FAMILY FOOD STORE
Groceries - Fruits- Ice Cream
6 Maple Street Ansonia, Conn.
THE BIRMINGHAM NATIONAL
Open a checking account for your
No minimum balance required
Member F. D. I. C.
THE EVENING SENTINEL
"YOUR HOME PAPER"
over 10,900 Net paid circulation covering
ANSONIA, DERBY, SHELTON
SEYMOUR and OXFORD
WATERBURY LOCK Sz
THE HOME TRUST COMPANY
Management of Property
Insurance of All Kinds
Real Estate -- Trust Estates
3 Palace of Sweets
"Quality is the Secret of Good Tastel'
WEST SIDE MARKET
Meats, Poultry and Vegetables
'I' Fancy Groceries
VONETES BROTHERS +
ANSONIA DERBY 8 Maple Street Alilsonia, Conn
ANSONIA WATER COMPANY
RAFFEY'S SUNOCO SERVICE 1
430 Main Street Ansonia, Conn. 354 MAIN STREET
Tel. 3111 ANSONIA, CONNECTICUT
MORRIS GANS CO.
280 MAIN STREET
J. COHEN SHOE STORE'
"Shoes for the Entire Family"
413 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
"Where Friends M eet"
WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS
Froien Foods 1908, 1921, 1923, 1927, 1936
Solomon M. Ayoub, Prop.
199 Wakelee Avenue Ansonia, Conn. Ph0Il9 17 A1'1S0l1ia, Conn
Phone 3467 Delivery Service
ROYAL FOOD STORE
FRANKLIN PLAN COMPANY
Fine Quality Meats and Groceries INSURANCE
Sidney Goumas, Prop.
171 No. Main Street Ansonia, Conn. Main Street at Bank Ansonia, Conn.
4 Maple Street Ansonia, Conn.
HIDE AWAY GRILLE
13 High Street ANSONIA, CONN.
7 Maple Street Ansonia, Conn.
9 Maple Street Ansonia, Conn
Reliable Garage 81 Service Station
P. J. Ajello, Inc.
Gas, Oil, Batteries, Repairs, Tires
14-16 Maple Street Ansonia, Conn.
IMPELLITTERI and SCARPA
S. F. 81 E. F. Yudkin, Props.
Studebaker Cars - Federal Trucks
Kelvinator Electric Refrigerators
104 Central Street Ansonia, Conn.
THE F ITZGERALDS
15 Clifton Avenue Ansonia, Conn
Class of 1925 - A.H.S.
ANSONIA RADIO SHOP 'L
20 Clifton Avenue Ansonia, Conn. S
ZSZVZ Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
LEWIS JEWELRY STORE C0"'Pli"'e"'s of
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
+ 36 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Lewis Schpero, Prop.
Main Sz Tremont Sts. Ansonia, Conn.
105 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
10 BANK STREET
Next to Savings Bank
MICHAEL E. SHEEHY
JUDGE OF PROBATE
DISTRICT OF DERBY
THOMAS J. NELLIGAN
Capt. Lester C. Mark
A. H. S. 1934
SfSgt. Donald Mark
A. H. S. 1939
THE CAPITOL SIGN CO.
Dondero,s Confectionery Store
292 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
A. H. S. 1917
A. H. S. 1921
For Appliances of Quality
G L A Z E R ' S
5I Bridge Street Ansonia, Conn
Whalen's Cutratc Perfumers
Cosmetics - Toiletries
High Quality Patent Medicines
at cut prices
182 Main Street Ansonia, Conn
1 J l
Compliments of Compliments of
THE KASDEN FUEL co. ELITE STUDIO
522 Main Street Ansonia, Conn. erpan
I78 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
ANSONIA FURNITURE CO. NIELS I POULSEN
COYl1plel8 HOHIC FUTfliShiYlgS
206 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
200 Main Street Ansonia, Conn. P11096 2134
ALLIS 81 COMPANY
Derby Pure Food Shop
The Tweed Shop
264- MAIN STREET DERBY, CONN.
Phone 3035 Y
The CO-OP Store
HUBBELL Inc Buy here and share the profits
DERBY CONNECTICUT 1
260 Wakelee Avenue Ansonia, Conn.
Opp. Dwight Street
1 l 3 i 1 l
EDWARD G. CLANCY
256 MAIN STREET ANSONIA, CONN.
QOver Carroll Drug COJ
THE ANSONIA NATIONAL
L. HERE'S DeWYK 81 CO.
Ansonia, Conn. and Boston, Mass.
Machinery and Tools
Special Machinery for
Rubber and Metal Industry
Compliments of the
Tel. 204 Meyer Cohen, Prop.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
25-27 Elizabeth Street Derby, Conn.
Farm - Lawn Supplies
B.P.S. Paints - Hardware -- Mill Supplies
Phone 1308 Free Delivery
A. P. LUNDGREN
Corner Wakelee Avenue and Scotland St.
JUNIOR MISS CLUB II
F. HALLOCK CO.
116 Main Street Derby, Conn.
"May we all prosper in the
Sa years tg ggfnef,
Groceries - Confectioneries 1
' ETA BETA THETA
85 Franklin Street Ansonia, Conn.
GANS o1L co., Inc.
THE HOUSATONIC LUMBER
Petroleum Products - Fuel Oils Since 1914
96 Main Street Derby, Conn.
21 Beaver Street Ansonia, Conn. Telephone 1000
THE SEYMOUR SAND 81 STONE COMPANY
Washed Screened Sand - Washed Crushed Gravel
482 NORTH MAIN STREET
THE V. 81 H. TRUCKING COMPANY
Excavating - Trucking - Road Construction
482 NORTH MAIN STREET
Compliments of . . .
Best Wishes to the
CLASS OF 1946
ETTA 'lc KETTS
414 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Compliments of . . .
Jack Shea's Restaurant
Sea Foods, Steaks and Chops
A F R I E N D
Cooked to your taste
69 Central Street Ansonia, Conn
Phone 3050 Marge Sampiere, Prop.
Ann Marie Beauty Shoppe
"Permanents of Valuel'
76 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Choice Meats and Groceries
Fruits - Vegetables
189 North Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Best Wishes to the
CLASS or 1946
THOMAS 81 JOHNSON
F. B. Wetmore - Henry F. Thomas
GVZ Lester Street - 15 Pleasant Street
Good Luck to all the Graduates
PETER'S FOOD SHOP
Peter Klanko, Prop.
7 High Street Ansonia, Conn
ICE CREAM - LUN
Sundaes - Sodas - Sandwiches - Candy
Hot Drinks - Cltargest Ho
t-dog in the Valleyj
Corner of Fourth and Liberty Streets Ansonia, Connecticut
M100 YEARS or SERVICE"
DERBY SAVINGS BANK
Incorporated May, 1846
Deposits .....,. ..... 3 l4,878,299.97
Surplus Funds ...,... . . . 1,818,779.85
Mortgage Loans Made on
IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
"A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK"
Compliments of . . .
Charles F. Asimus Agency
Complete Insurance Service
Compliments of . . .
57 Fourth Street Ansonia, Conn.
S. BLUMENTHAL 81 CO., Inc
37 CANAL STREET
Compliments of . . .
99 Seymour Avenue
A N , S
Compliments of . . .
The East Sid
72 No. Prospect Stre
et Ansonia, Conn.
Compliments of . . .
KANE PRODUCTS, INC.
6 BRIDGE STREET
E. S. GORDY 81 CO., Inc.
A Complete Insurance Service
99 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
CLARK 81 TRUNKFIELD
Meats, Vegetables and Groceries
8 Wloodhridge Avenue Ansouia, Conn
Compliments of . . .
Mueller's Service Station
Compliments of . . .
Philip Hyde, Prop.
Best of Foods - We Cater to Banquets
174 No. Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Phone 1823 113-115 Liberty Street Ansonia, Conn
Telephone 715 Compliments of . . .
Y U D K I N JACOB H. BELLIN
HEAT YOUR HOME
Photography by Loring'
Whether it's portraits, group pictures Q
or action shots- You can depend on fl. ,V f s, . , ,
Loring for the finest 1I1 portraiture. :egg f 'P 5' M '
Our expert staii' is prepared to handle te.-xXx :FW Q 1 ur
any photographic assignment-at prices iii 5- X NW TN l 1 E
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THE EXCELLENT SHOP
High Grade Confectionery
and Ice Cream
THE CAPITOL RESTAURANT
Capitol Building ANSONIA, CONN. 58 Bridge Street Ansonia, Conn.
Compliments of Compliments of
HADDAD'S MARKET g DAVID SCI'IPERO'S
Jewelers Since 1923
62 Liberty Street Ansonia: Conn. 23 Elizabeth Street DERBY, CONN.
The Ansonia Lumber Company
The Schoonmaker Drug Store
George Barnico, Prop.
410 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
Best Wishes from
A. E. DOROSHUK BAKERY SERVICE AUTO PARTS
+ PLUMBING SUPPLIES
15 Lester Street Ansonia, Conn. 527 Main Street Ansonia, Conn.
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