Ansonia High School - Lavender Yearbook (Ansonia, CT)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1953 volume:
CLASS OF 1953
MOTTO-VINCIT QUI LABORAT
HE XVHO LABORS CONQUERS
COLORS-RED and WHITE
ANSONIA HIGH SCHOOL
CHARLES H. PINE MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL
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As rt so happened xx hen Louxsa reached the school II was deserted because of
a holrday but after such 1 long trlp OUISJ decrded to s1t down and rest awhrle
so she entered the 'lL1LllIOflLll'T1 md str down rn one of the last seats And as she sat
there lookrng over the now empty rows she thought of the hundreds of pup1ls that
had once oceupxed and later x 1e1ted these xerx se tts Yes over rn the rnght section
prlvrleged Senlors The back se its IH the rudntornum xx ere allotted to the Sophomores
and the junrors were allow ed to srt somewx here rn between
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she had fallen sound asleep and IS she slept she seemed to see the faces of the
many boys and grrls who had long, sxnee graduated but those that were most vrvxd
rn her mrnd were the members of THE CLASS OF l95v
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latlics. quict L1 wilt'
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Likcs a ptinx mil h.1ir style Dislikes uhm-
nate tctnales, Htul1lnyfBahr sitting.
BARBARA R. AMALAVAGE
"The miltlcst manners anti gentlest hurt "
Quietg always reads' to give a helping hantl,
a good friemlg easy to get along vrith.
Likes children, food. and week ends. Dis-
likes conccitcd people. Hobby-collctting
,IAM lilcttfztal linpincct
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Likcs stmk. tttiitins. .intl Dvd-:ers Dislikct
httglish, Yattkccs Htihhx-fhtmlinu. hil-
"WISH I HAD A TROPHY LIKE THAT?"
JOHN S. ANDRLSKO
"Attions spc.1k Ioutlcr th,tn xuirtisf'
A great uthlctc anti 11 tl.xss ltuitiur. .ttnimhlc
and pupularq atttitnplislictl tlnntct. really
likes Itnotlmll, shtiultl pt: fur with his .xthlctit
Likes food and Dcrhy.
ARTHERINE ANTRUM DOROTHY ANTRLM
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' likes .mntiginlig pcwplc,
Wlil-L. NYHAT DO YOU KNOXVQA SfXl3ll2 HAWlKlNS DANCE!
JOHN V. BARTO
'iXX'hat shtiulrl a man tlu hut he merry."
Happyg frientllyg a eapahle stutlent with
hitltlen talents. exclusive. Parisian ateentg '-
"Huw ahout thatln C
Likes Yankees. Dislikes lantglish. Htilulsy- 'X
playing records, piano.
XX'lLLlAM R. BELKO DOROTHY BIQRNADONIZ
"Bill" Chemist "Dottie" NUFSC
"lf vsturk interferes with pleasure the hetk
Cuteg full of fun, l1.1ppy-gn-ltitky. stientiht-
ally inqlinetlg nut a tate in the mirltl.
Likes stlmul. mmies. anti grind times, Dis.
likes hotneutirk antl lfreneh. lltihlnyflitint-
ing and hshing.
"A friendly nature, a smile sincere."
Steady, full uf lun, antl luyal friend tu all
a wtimlerlul asset to out hantl. a gwml all
Likes music antl people. Dislikes wise guys.
llublwy-uilleeting reeuttl alhums.
DOROTHY lf I5AC.O'1'lQ
"Dot" Cutieert Pianist
"Lau,:htni:. talklnu. always Jas. -he ltelfs tri
make a perteet tlas' M
Ciuritl natureti. witty, ptipalar. tt..tstatit:it'1,u
Likes Skippy, sptirts, .itt.l niuszt Dislikes
sthtitil l'lul1lvy+1'lay1i1g the ytatiti
IRENE M. BARAN
"Rec" Career Wcimttn
"A certain tlignity tif manners is ahsulutely
necessary tu make even the most valuable
tharaetet either respettetl ur tespettalvle in
Very tlignihetl. tan always he tlepentletl
upung a wintletful lrientl with .t theerful
Hliutitl Heavens "
Likes uatteing and tall hugs Dtslikts hill-
lnilly musie Hubby-eulletting retires and
"A merry heart tloeth gtxitl like a methane."
A heart of golu, luves to talk, appteeiates a
jokeg full til fun.
"You kntm liuw we thi."
Likes musit antl gtititlaluwking men. Dislikes
cunceitetl people. Hulwlsy-Qt,11cLrmg req.
DELINOLVR L BOXYLEY
'Fricntfship is the only cement "
A new rnemher of our school since Junior
year. she has made many friends with her
vontlerful disposition and cheerful ways
"Do it now"
Likes readinz and sleeping. Dislikes sarcasm
ROSE MARIE B. BREDA
"Rd Comptometer Operator
"A friend with vshom you may be sincere."
A quiet manner: is talented in handworkg
always willing to learn,
Likes sports and a certain Dick. Dislikes
GIZRALDINE B. BOXVOLICK
"She lows In talk and talk she uill. for
hours on en! .intl longer still '
Misthieyous. tatetrce loses to LIT-lLlL'l in-
quisitixc. aluays on the po
"Vi'hata Ya Sitkf'
Likes a yellow Chevrolet. Dislikes work
A twinkle. tuifikie. twinkle in her eye
who l xyiizitier is tht- muy '
trictitz. iust ,i toutli nr lrish tt-niper. one
tliu tapalile to-taptaiiis or the theer lea-lc-rs
"Hey ,lasper U
ROSENIARIE A. BRASCHO
"Ro" Private Secretary
"Hcr appearance is angelic, stately and cle
INLARY A. BRENIA
"Mar" Orhce W'ork
"Silence is .1 frientl that vxill never betray."
A good sportg Rose, Marilyn. and lg trientl
of all. full of lun and jokes.
"NX'hat. are you maclf'
Likes hoys. tlothes. Dislikes Red Sox, show
offs Holwhy-Stamp collecting.
A very neat tlresserz heautiful vyavy hair
txtll like-tl hy all who know her.
Likes dancing and sports. Dislikes exams.
ITS A LOVELY DAY TODAY.
Nriappx Att-ssc: r'at'ri.:i-,. hut ttscrytwt. goo
M.-XRIANNE If BREZOSKY QHIRLPY BRI-XHITIN
Mar" Retailer V -
I y h Lee Nurse
"I t-ll - t ier cnly y rtuez s e it
n L "Amt ls ml , - 1 ,. Pleasure and action make thc hours seem
nolily earns wliatever crown she wears xhtm V
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X: il-S um U Lidsrdlfr I ul li S lass ls a neat titessc-r, one or our talented twirl-
' . Hama iff. 1 ars.uc'.
Igdsllq LL ik' J H I K ers, always ready ro lend a helping hanil.
1 ' Oh' you Lute kid'
Likes music. daminu. and tennis. Dislikes -V ' .. i , 1
. . Likes a tail hlond, Dislikes contc-net. eovle.
milk and insects
BIERLE A. BIQNCO
"Silence may do good and can do little
Quiet girl. eager worker. has a pleasant
"l dont know!
Likes het pet skunk, Dislikes prior sports.
Hohhj,-collecting old coins.
ANN M, CANNATA
"Clever and nice, happy and gay. May she
always remain that way."
A laugh a minute: always good natured: fun
to be with: liked by allg always some pic-
'lnie' Executive Secretary
"For what is pleasant without love and
tures to show:
Likes Phil Wfesthrook and Yankees. Dislikes
Murph-and Red Socks.
Ciootl sport, excels in athlcticsg friendly
"Oh. youre kidding me."
Likes clothes. Dislikes gossipers.
DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT-
JOSEPH S. CAPORALE
"Cuehall" Business Man
"He has a head to contrive. a tongue to per-
suade. and a hand in all mischief!"
Popular lad among classmates: has a good
sense of humorg always has some peculiar
opinion on a subject.
"Clue me in."
Likes to dress "cool," Dislikes wise guys.
JOAN L. CHIRGNBYIN
"Charm strikes the sight, but merit vsins the
Always ready to lend a helping hand. has an
attractive smile. heing full of fun. she
brightens the atmosphere vuherever she goes.
Likes sports. Dislikes cynical people.
AUDREY A. CHRISTIAN
"The voice with a smile."
An enthusiastic svorkerg personality plus:
nice smile: fun to be withg very popularg
should make an ideal nurse.
Likes earrings and pickles. Dislikes dentists
and people who break promises.
PLAY MI? A TUNE!
"I am not of that feather to shake off my
friend when he must need me "
Smart dresserg fun to have arouridl consid-
erate of othersQ popular. easy to get along
vvith1 attracted to great heights.
"l thought l'd die."
SALLY R. COPPOLA
-ILYDITH A. cook
"She enlovs work and fun. she has a smile
Has a cute smile. alvsays has been and will
he capahle of carrying a friendly conversa-
tion vxith anyone. anytime. anvsxhere,
"How are va"'
Likes Red Sox. Dislikes Yankees.
"Full of cheer. full of pep making fun at
Good sportg full of pep, sim. and vigor
easy to get along with
Likes sports and music. Dislikes conceitc-tl
"Loads of fung cheerful and lwright. Yhc
her lriends' greatest delight."
Neat. sharp dresser. lovely to look at fun
to have around. mischievous.
Likes lweacli. Dislikes L'Y1,lPUI.lYL
NWHATLL I PLAY?
JOHANNA P. DELLAPIANO
"l can live without poetry and walking, hut
vxho in the world can live without talkingf'
A hundle of vigor and vitality always on
the gog so friendly.
"XY'hat. are you nuts!"
Likes sports and elothes. Dislikes Yankees
and snohs. llolnhy--niakirig straphooks.
"'Tis nice to he natural, when one is so
Talkativeg easy to get along vvirhg full of life
"Thats all right."
Likes blonds and sports. Dislikes conteited
boys and mustard. Hohhyftalking on
NICHOLAS T. DONOFRIO
"Nicky" Armed Forces
"A merry heart maketh many friends."
Easy goingg never worries. good for a laugh
makes friends easily.
"Isnt that silly."
Likes going out and Delores. Dislikes snohs,
HELEN F. CRONAN
"Laugh and the vsorld laughs uith you."
Vivaeious. sunny dispositiong gay.
"Cruising for a hruisef'
Likes eating. Dislikes snobs. Hohhy-
MERRILL A, DEBSKI
"Through love of music one possesses the
foundation for sutcessf'
Interesting conversationalist intelligentg
sharp uit, true friend to court on in needg
mature: very serious ahout his trumpet.
Likes good food. traveling. Stan Kenton. and
extremes in almost evervtring. Dislikes
"Squares" and school. HKJTJDQ'-L0llCCIlHf.1
ELIZABETH E. DOXYNING
"Deserve success and you shall command it."
Quiet, pleasing personality, hard xxorkerg a
true friend to all who know hen talented
"lfor goodness sakes "
Likes Iliusle. Dislikes useless enterprises.
PATRICIA A. DIQNNE
"Being ofthe hest nature is one ofthe fruits
Good natureiig nice personality: a pleasing
manner. well liked. quiet,
Likes George. Dislikes snohs. Hohhi'-col-
JOYCE A, DYRANT DOROTHY M ITDXVARDS
"VIN-4-5" GMM- XYWIQU "Doe Utlite Vforker
Hlitiotl vxortls are north more Anti tosr little' iilfIlIIl'.7VIlI'II7 imil 3 llflllil UIUC 379 IIC!
Ouiet, gooil listener, go-iti n.itt.re.l. east' to YW-ilflfx I
talk U, lun .um pt-ppp, makes trientes easily. theer
"You know what to say." .Nil H
Likes sports. Dislikes squash. VIH IXWN If UPU-
Likes musit Dislikes tonteitetl people,
MARILYN J, ELIA
"Make short the miles with talk anti smiles."
Small lively girlg talks at all timesg loads of
fun- XVILLIAM ELKO
"You LION! l'il'l0fV.-CIO Ya?" "Bruiser" Professional Boy Scout
Llkes Clothes' Dwhkes I ankees' "I try all things. I achieve what I can."
,4 Depentlalile antl trustworthyg warm and
f wleasing personalitv' unsung football herog
will never let his lrientls tloxxn.
"O tome on non!"
Likes girls. Dislikes tlancing.
I ONLY Five Miueriis MORE
MARIE A. ESPOSITO
"The uorltl is lor her who has patience."
Pleasant anti agreeable: very attentive listena
er rather than a speaker.
Likes tlothes, Dislikes gossip. Hohhy-
THEODORE ESTXYAN MARY IHXRLIQY
"Ted" Navy "Mar" Nurse
"Its in fhg lwcitilg, uht, lnfyfhqr jr." 'It S jliirisl UD l'C ttitffk' tlmtl KKLNL' ll s ,Qi ful
H.1pp'.A:u-ltztlxy. tart-true .mtl gay. luails of YH lic lfliflvf dflsl TMC'
fun Ki: lwc xxitli, tricriil tu all, wry lixcly, full NWI -IYUNCV fir-100 I'lC-is-iflf YCVWHJ
of ifilxcs, ,urn-itl tricriil. xxill lic tritn nuzw
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Likgg girls Diglil-qgg gihfml, Lilucs tlamingt. Dislikes tliqucs.
BlfRNADlfTTlf M. lflTXGIlRAl.D
"Softly speak anil sweetly smile."
Real ture with twinkling eyes neat appear-
ance. cheerful persunalityg Matlclyn, Mary
Maureen. antl l.
Likcs green eyes. Dislikes walking tn sthuol.
OUT IN 'l'Hli COLD AGAIN!
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A aft' 1 Q1 .sh is sgrisliint' in .1ll"AC
Qian as l 7 ftartic Iffffllig. 'until Lliarattcr.
unc ut nu. tapasff: Pap Llulp Lcaicrs.
Likts railing un tlic plwrmc- Dislikes near-
ina i ' "ia .is an.: stripes tutuctlier.
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llt that Auivcth tliu turist. imlucrli thc lciist
Cnifiil tiatircil at all times. lrit-nil to all: in-
tlusrrifius wirlxer. mutlest, a shining future
for Iltl. vhn possesses all thc qualities nf a
"Partners in trimcvflftl. ,latk and I,
Lilies music, lwasclull. Rarely dislilacs any-
ELLEN Bl. IIOLEY
"El ' Nurse
"A marry heart. malxctli .1 thccrful ununrc-
'l'.ill..itix'c, tliccrltil. tailor tiir f.:ii. lilmilwlc
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YI-I Druss Designer
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LInIIns. .IIIIINIYIIJIIN Imt sim spoken, .1 friend
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Likcs I1I1miIs .md square QI.lFlLlHA6l. Ilislikcs
"As lively as the smiling iI,1y."
Gmini sn-use of hiinwr. .1Ixx.1ys pcrr.1nLI ready
with sonic rcm.1i'Ix.1IwIe rfi opinion on L1
SLIIWIULIQ IWLIIMIIC ut QIIIIIIJSIJSITI, xxcll-IiIiuI by
Likcs shines, D1sI1IxLAs iI1.iuix'ity'.
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BABY. ITS COLD OUTSIDE!
GLORIA A. GITLOSO
I iii Drcss designer
Niirlminlu ,uivcs unc person sci muih .uIx'.1n-
rage over .miirI1cr as to runnin always wol
and umLitIIcLI under all kII'kLIII'l5fill'ILC5.H
I7ricmIIy gI'1.1r.utcr, youd surisc of I1iimc':r1
designs in her sparc-rimcg wrnplagcnr and
"Irs for real."
Likcs jusciry. Dislikes shines
KAIIIRYN NI Lil JNIXDIA
K.uIii ' Siiixur
'mmm xsmiiru I.hIlI14II1.AII rm- riilicsnir :Im
A Iirtlc igirl vsirh ,I Iii: Mme. Lima smile.
t.1Ic11u.i suis In-r .MINS rmnnrii sxiuuss
'XYh.iiI1.i sax f
1.II'sL'5 IIILLNM Uisiiku mimi iis
MARY Y. LQRANATIK JOAN BI, LLIATRIK K
"Bunny" Hoiisuxkifc "Io" N-arct.iry
I IHLIQIILWI thc Iiciuhr ut IILIIUIIII Iiappiriuss 'A Iittlu mini mmm times iictcrniims gmiiI.'
.mii Iicrc I fix nu limit I I'i1mI of shy IWLIIA NL'I'I'41llHJxI Iricrni to thusq
ure. t.aIIx.irixc, rc.1iI'. fur tim: diwrtiil pct- dmc ui Iwi - I7.lI.5IIlIIL'I..il'h1 I
wri.xI1r5..1IIIIIQIiiznitiu4iI'pL-rpL-!1.,iI iiiiitiiiii "I iiiint Iuimxf
I.1I-ms spurts. Dislikcs smiIwIiisIi puwplu. Likes rriuriiily Vciiplna Dislikrs iumcitu
LETS TAKE AN OLD-FASHIONED WALK
AGNES H. HARTSEIELD
"H.ippy um l, from nares l .tm tree. tri to he
alw.iys contented like me."
.lox'i.tl personality seasoned with .1 touth of
wit: extels in sports,
"Oh quit itll'
Likes elothes. Dislikes eossips .intl nosey
"Never love a little girl Ll lot. love .1 lot of
girls a little."
Theres eonversation in his smiling eyes.
hantlsome with tiark curly hair, exer rrientl-
Likes girls. Auootl footl, Kuooti times. Dislikes
lftenth untl smoking.
NIADELYN E. HART
"A hlithe heart makes at hloomirie vistt-ee,"
Talkative .intl pleasant. h.tp1-3 go lueky,
Likes ,lohtinie Ray. Dislikes frogs legs.
KATHLEEN HEIIIIERNAAN H h'lvrXRCiARET lf. Hllzl.
"K" Court Stenoerapher H PC3145 Arlmthu V
Usnappy' Pcmwq IMS or WHL Scldum Seen AV merry he.trt. like .1 metlitine. henetits
k H . Y IH ., wh.tt it Alletts,
Xfcpmf ffr 'Uulmv Nm Mgmt or hmmm. Prim Margaret. liuri-loxine Peeey. .mtl lim'
Lliicglwkilir 'limgut fha FMU.. Pea. .tlw.us ioxml .intl luueliiriu. popular
l.t.lLlt'IhiS,. A ' with her nirttiy friends. get her .truuirilu
7' - .
Likes "Blue Moon" ht' the Three Ates. "Ship A h..
,-" "- '.D,lk' l la. ' Q H Q
Ami' Xxatubum Isl L5 Pmml sm' LS Likes eats. sports. Dislikes Know'-it-ullsf'
'i'I'heonly XNL1yItDl1.1VC A frientl is to he one."
Iirientlly anti t.1lk.1tive. .1 keen sense of
humor. retl hair hut little temper,
mliiltttis how ir lgtigly'
Likes mlkiri.: on the phone .mtl musie Dis-
likes toriteiteti people. litihlwy--roller-sk.1t-
MARTHA A. HlfLTlN
Nlarty Nledzcal Secretary
"A Cheerful dzspositmn needs ntl help-gt
makes its msn friends."
lfrienulv uiri. appretiates hewitt lan. arrra-
tixe twirler. likes smart pa-iplc. a blonde
XY'hat s the matter?
Ltkes .4-ind times, sptfrts Dislikes pw-tr
NICHOLAS HYWVA PATRICIA IANNIZLLI
1 i, 1 . ,, ,
Nitk Armen Tttrtu pm Numan.
Hi 'Agl"'ffl'l' lwlx rl" KWWL A 'lklm' A und.: listener is nur tinls tmpular exery-
c W' mn. '
W trip, t tilt n ulttie. lint alter a while she knnvts some-
1- Nii.aypn uresser, tall. dark. and handstvme, Umm
1tlTLklt1l1XL wt a -Llltkl nike .im1.1nlt, ustiallt AHM,U,5 IU M, my but Umm plcdmm PU-
Q in .1 happx rntmd
JUNE M. IPPOLITO
"A good charauer shines hy its own light."
Flashing smileg a top studcntg hard workerg
popular and peppyg true and helpful class-
mate and friend, Her suctess is certain.
Likes "Blue Moon" by Three Aces, sports,
music, anything red. Dislikes hypocritital
lTllllIl,llS NARN Illkk IL' .l llflll
mrs the clue Y I KIMSINMCS
likes spturts and Yankees Dislikes citulitli muh is hug
Likes fund .intl tii..s:t lhisliki-s tliqties
"A good heart is hettcr than all the heads
in the world,"
Very pleasing.: manner, has a smile for every-
"Friendlier than she unc cannot he."
I,ight'he.irted. nt-wr mirries, amiahle. smil-
ing aluaxs, vu-ll-l1ked,L'xtClSln sports.
'Him stupid tan une gctf'
Likes spurts. the Naxy, good PALS. Dislikes
one, a great pal.
"VC'hat a hunk?"
Likes piakles. Dislikes Mondays.
stiti.ility.kt'et1 intellett, tu-ll liked lu' .ill her
" 'Tis hetter tn att than tri wish it tlnnef'
Cienial personality, tt swell pal. sintereg
makes fiientls easily. uinsistent in her ways.
"Its a harrl lite "
Likes sports, reatlinlu Dislikes snulis.
MARY D. KOZIATEK
"Nothing great was ever achieved without
Iinthusiastit, tarefreeg can talk herself out of
Likes sprirts. lwiys. Dislikes conceited people.
PETER I KLANKO
"Then he will talkfilh, htm he will talk?"
Seltliim ltiuntl in silente. a whiz at mechan-
"I tirin t care "
Likes rural, Lars anti talking. Dislikes women
antl hartl work.
THE OLD PIANO ROLL BLUES.
MICHAEL A. KOSKELOXVSKI
"It is the nature Of a peaceful mind to be
calm anti untiisturlfetf "
Ifrientlly nature. always willing to help:
quiet antl sincere.
"Thats for the hirrlsf'
Likes meehanital drawing. Shelton, Dislikes
6 weeks' tests Hobby-hunting.
! ' I IX
"The-re's nothing so hecomes a man as nintl-
est stillness and humility.
Has a friendly way though seemingly quietg
dignified accent that highlights all his con-
Likes Class of '53, music.
BARBARA L. LANGDON
"Goodness is the only investment that never
A long lasting frientl, very reservetlg good
"Oh for heavens sake."
Likes sleeping and reading. Dislikes con-
L'RSL'I.A LA ROCCO
"Li-wli. ni liiiik .it. tin-lzulitfiil tn lxtirixx "
cilflil!l.lY..YL1l. xzx'.it:.-Hx. XLYC. tx-pin.. L grlt
hl.itlQ iron-s. liliuti hx .iil when kriim har
"U K. hun."
Likes iiriuiiml thingux. sp-ms. t-1 tell irikcs
Dislilws lic-ing ruxlicil. tlctcritiuri
LOL'lSl2 M. L:XL'RlClfLI.:X
"Gmail humour is thn- hc.1lth of thc wir
All-rntintl .uuoil Wort. neat .1ppu.1r.1nL,e. , -3
Cxcclx in mpwrtx Circ Occ .intl I1 nite hair. WN.
Likes spwrts. Dislikes homenorlc.
RONALD If LINDSKUG
lr: q:.iLtncSS .intl Uiiifxfsgnrc 5h.1ll hc ml'
Lui: qua-r hut rm-ri.:Qy. witty. talented
artist. nun ilrwwr
XYILLIAM ,l, LINDSKOG
'Scriwusncss .intl rncrrimcnt .irc nc.1r neigh-
,luwt .15 guru quirt. inilusrriuus. lricntlly tlis-
pi:sitiiin1 nice smile.
Lila-5 uatinig. Mlm-spiny. stmrts. Dixliltu sthnnl
antl girls. Hohhics-sports and .1rr.
"lt itgxt tliicynt liitilx right to mc."
Lilcw tlwiga. Dixliln-N nliiml.
JOSEPH T. l,AXY'I.OR
"Pretty girl. igillnn inf gas. liuur gootl rites.
what incite mn l ask."
Thouglitliilg never xxitliniit .in anmwn neat
tlrcsscr. quite thc latlfs man.
Lil-:cs lnnrl. Dislikes conrcitctl people. Huh-
BEVERLY L, LYNN
"Bu " bca rct.iry
in a quicr nay."
Quict. sunny tlispnkitinri. wry rcfcrxul.
"lint LHIHLC out lniitlf'
Lilxcs tclcxisitm. Dislilws nxirnrning. llnlwhy
"L.'naHc-att-il. gentle and jl.iY. Shu cnjnys lilc
IRITNE L. l.l'X
"I will he the pattern or .Ill patient?
Alvxays ready tor .1 good tinie. triezrilg. f
"That'll never do."
Likes tood Dislikes school.
'iliusy here. Busy thercg to find him quiet is A
Ifasy ALIIJIIIZQ good natured. .iluans lauuhingg
oursmnding lwlue eyes, talented piano player. 1
"Lets take off." 5. ' STEPHEN MANKULICS
Likes girls .ind Italian food, Dislikes girl "Sturt" Momkmn
Phmw pldlvwl' "As happy 21 man as any in the world. for
the whole world seems to smile upon me."
Tallg neat dresser, with .1 pleasing person-
ality and good word for ali.
Likes food. Dislikes flowers.
MARIE R. BIARRONIT
"Midge" Comme-ttial Artist
JOHN A. BIARIffiKI
"It takes a great man to make a good listen-
Sintere: nice to know: serious hut pleasant.
Likes to howl. Dislikes school.
"As merry as the day is long."
Ifriendly nature, a smile tor evetyoneg good
sport: amlvitious. spirited.
Likes music. dancing. and reading, Dislikes
shovyofls and nosey people. Holulny-painting
ANDRE R. INIARTIN
"A little nonsense now and then, is relished
hy the hest of men."
Fervent football player: smooth dancer: mis.
chievousg genuine sense of humour, true
"Thats pretty cool."
Likes football, jazz, and "Birdland."
Dislikes squares and Yankees,
BARBARA C. MARTIN
'Talk anti I'll talk with you: Stop, and I'll
Friendly. humorous: witty: known for her
Likes -Tim: Dodgers. Dislikes conceited
"Silence is true XY'istlom's hest reply."
Quiet: possessing a natural friendliness: a
smile for allg always reatly to lend a helping
Likes sailors. Dislikes conceitetl people.
JOAN S. MIHALCQIK
"jo" Soeial XY'ork
"She that was ever fair :intl never proutl.
Hail tonhuue at will. .intl xet was never louil.
Quiet, popular anti personality pluSL DICC
tlimples, .llxnavs smilinil.
"I iioiit know." l
Likes trientlly people. Dislikes conceitetl
6 I .
Joris xitnoxxrit. ,TEDWARD W- NgfGARBY
"ltth" llirest Rance: H L 'rd lf puns, XX mfr
4, . r , V' Happy :fi liitki.. eheeriul ann gay. a vers'
HXAnii1sementto .in rihseriip: 'wing :I stx..f'.' good ptgl In UUE. uJ3..-- '
. n open air enrlizgsiast. rtlzt-its Y.ic'Y1'N 4 Neat. veil l.ke.l. good iuwlxifltell .xluaxs rc-aria'
time .intl plate lor exerithinu. nexer in a
lit Quo plates antl tio thingsl can see humor-
ous sitle ol any situation.
"Thats tool. man."
l.ikes sports antl parties. Dislikes going home
Likes footl antl loaiinig. Dislikes school
Holilwies-hunting .mtl Ilblllllg.
MARY LOL' MESTUZZI
"Busy active. lull of fun, much she has
LlfltlCl'I.iliCU1 muth she has ilonef'
Intellieent. intlustriousg it ilepentlalwle and
"Heyy thats .1 Auootl iileaf'
Likes apples .mil music. Dislikes hypocrites.
xxorrvinu. anti Yankees. Hobby-playing
CEE, THIZ OITFICQIZ ISNT AS BAD AS I THOUGHT
fI'I.AiRLI N I' Xfffbl P.
lflliifltk N: "' ' .11 'A
"Those mme eaves' " I 'nel ,I
vrnerirnc-s quiet si rtze' 't a
nice feiifnx ai'sXa'.' Lire
'I tiiin't care."
Likes friiti ani t' , is D:s..l.e 'Hp
NWA 5- WRABILE Doaorin' is xioorui
Nm OPEN bmw "tum mir riftsw
"Let me uo yx heteer I will. I hear a sky lwffl "Crawl natngre will .ilxnivs vin the heart." g 4'
UIUSIC Sml' , A Iiine sense of humour trieniili.. neyer with
Neati beautiful black yxavy hair, yoltlen Um J Smut. pleasing kilswmmmv
yoice. sliuhtly excitable but never unsociable, HO Wat" '
C-ffwfge Likes dancin: and clothes Dislikes uiriceiteci
Lixcs clothes ancl Bobby. Dislikes sloppy pulpit!
tlressers. Iiobbyssemng and music.
JOSEPH T. MOTEL
"Moe" Sports X5C'riter
"Oh, yyhy should life all IEIIBOUI' be." Q
Blushes quite easily: never worries about
"XX'hat's the matter."
Likes clothes, sleep. and sociable people.
Dislikes xxork. Hobby-having fun.
WONDER XXIHAT I DID NOXV?
'Ifirst to dream. then to act."
Actixe in school anti social interests. tall-ca
tzveg gootl actress.
"So thats life."
Likes music anti XY'iot'bi.iry. Dislikes sis
ysceks' tests. Hubbysreaclinu
LORRAIXIZ K. NIIZIIIAKI
'She nee-I not seek thatin. she has it I
'IA.1lentetI. sociable. has a friencllx niittzre
Likes mtisic anti clothes Dislik cwicc
people. Iilolwhy -fpliiy ing piano
"A ray for toil. an hour for sport, hut for a
friend is lite too short "
Good n.itured. friendly: athletie. enjoys a
good tokeg t.1n also tell one.
'You dont know. do you?"
Likes skirting. Dislikes snohs. Hobby-
JOSEPH J. OBRIEN
"XY'e should puhlish our joys .md conceal
Carefree fellow: full of funl witty' 411 all
"Don't hug me."
Likes Gerry. Dislikes ysiseuuys. Hohhies-
sports and tricks.
HEY! YOURE BLOCKING THE STAIRS
MARGARET NI. PETRO
"Gee Gee" Physituil edueation teacher
Lite without sports is no lite for me."
CHRISTINE A. PARKER
"Chrisl' Medital Seereury
"Good natured. full of lun, mixes well xxith
Popular student, hlushes e.1silyg friendly and
helplulg another ol our ture txxirlersg help-
ful to everyone.
Likes people .ind steaks. Dislikes snakes,
ANTHONY XV. POEHAILOS
"liyeryone's friend and no one's enemy.
Quite L1 sports enthusmstg .1 ladies' man
grin .and .i slap on the lxiek tor eyeryonei alvyixys raring to teog yersutileg good natured
e of our t.1p.1hle Pep C.luh le-.idetsg en-
N l l
Q thusza tit. .1mi.i.ue disposition.
XXl i l
MYR.-'x ,I HAR! li
'Mike Sotial Xxlstfk
"I ,im tr..e to uh.it l liei'eXe '
XY'itty .iixs.i'.s re.i tt. fit' .1 e. .id l.it.eh. out t
.t poet. ysitken Iiv.AtJ,.eKK1tlt
I-,kg distessions, Dwlikes lxtltinig ,1 hook
LIS INN-Ha elfetis'
Likes sports Dislikes tdtilitlosser.
"So sy h.1tl "
Likes sports. Dislikes homework. Hohhy-
STAIRXVAY TO THE STARS
"Ed" Mechanical engineer
"Only the conqueror of gloom or the dis-
coverer of happiness enjoys the gifts of the
Carefree natureg jolly characterg well liked
hy all who know him.
"Thats for the birds."
Likes food and television. Dislikes Yankees
and conceited people. Hobby-lirench class.
MAUREEN C. QLIINN
"Her air. her manner, all who saw admired."
Dignitiedg good companion and friend: neatg
fellow would love to have her take his
ell. say something."
airforce and dancing. Dislikes cliques.
"Quiet at lirst, but look again."
Giggles and grins at a seconds noticeg can
he very serious and quiet at times. always a
"l dont know."
Likes Yankees. sports. Dislikes conceited
people. Hobby-collecting china dogs.
"Silence is golden."
Easy goingg slow in her actionsg well liked
Likes ice skating. Dislikes conceited people
VERONICA J. POVILAITIS
"Silence is precious-talk is cheap."
Very quietg versatile in sports. a good pal.
Likes sports. Dislikes showolis.
KATHERlNE A. REARDON
"All in all. shes a likable lass."
Nice dresserg good rtiendg loves a good iokeg
Likes dancing. Dislikes conceited people.
Hobby-talking on phone.
IEAN L ROBlNbON
'lt :s F4-'tt-r tr Ft SfTi.1il.2H.fSl11f!c!l1.il'lIfJ lie
una. 'if Las: a sl1.iiw.x "
A lvzlt- F..n.1Ie .r f..::. .1 guild worker ani a
mtl. frgtnd In all
'Flin if fake mx lital 1-ti"
Likes XX'i,iitif'..fx Dzsizkes tonteztei people.
5Al.X'A'I'OR L. SALA
"XX'lun troailwles tome your soul to try, you
lint- the lricntl xxlio will stantl-luy."
Quiet type. a gootl sgout and fricntlg always
vxillitiu to work.
Likes typing. Dislikes trigonometry. Hobby
LOI 5 RLBELNIANN
' Lo" Scttetary
'lkra,,n.xfiz'. N t., a woman. X'i'h.1t perfume
FLORENCE E. RZASA
' lilo" Secretary
'Quiet and ncatg friendly antl sweet."
A xixaeious lwlontle. pleasing smilc and per-
.s tri .i :Timur
A ture LllL'CTiL'.1tl!.'l'1 has ,1 xxiilt- circle of Simaliq-A
ll'lL'HLlSl good tl.1mcr1 gag. smiling person- "Tough"
alitv, Likes television. Dislikes conceited people.
Likes .1 Nav. nun .intl tlanting. Hobby?
Ecru-r vt firing.
SALYATORE M. SAMPIERI
"Sal" Armed Forces
-cars. . ,,
"Life is too short to be serious.
Happy-go-luckyg a good workerg wonderful
' "Lets not argue."
Likes CYD. Dislikes arguments.
I, y ,
'X l THINK YOU RE KIDDING LWIE
"God makes .ill thinigs huootlf'
Very quiet anti tonserx,1tne,.A heart of gold.
11 Alwuxl ffltfltl.
Mlrlotiestly nov Y"
Likes boys. Dislikes gossip. Hobby-l:Jasket-
ROBERT D. SAUNDERS
"Ready for work, ready for play, Always
happy. good natured, and gay."
Friendly and good natured, blushes easily,
easy going, likes to tease, big blue eyes and
mischievous grin, handsome vice-president
of Dramatic Club.
Likes dimples, fudge, tennis and camping.
Dislikes meeting deadlines.
JOHN J. SHEA
"All for fun, fun for all."
Cute, neat, an all-round fellow, obliging to
lady pedestrians, friendly disposition toward
SIDNEY H. SAVELEVUITZ
"The ocean is full of deep thoughts, But I
only ride the waves."
Dimpled smile: always ready for a laugh,
revels in having a good time, highly spirited
individual, shutter bug, willing to work for
achievement, XVinter and l.
Likes good food and girls. Dislikes English.
JOYCE M. SEVERINO
"There would be no great ones lf there were
no little ones."
A petite black-haired twirler, always ready
with new ideasi talented dancer.
"Dont bother mel"
Likes the beach. Dislikes phonies. Hobby-
talking on the phone.
ANNA MARIE SICIONANO
"Sis" Portrait Photographer
"A friendly nature is mirrored in her laugh-
Always smiling, full of mischief, laughing
"Oh, you're kidding!"
Likes clothes. Dislikes pork.
"Ka ou to outo ostrumbotof'
Likes hockey and basketball. Dislikes Yank-
GUYS AND DOLLS
RONALD A. C. SKURAT
"Ronnie" Bed and Pillow Salesman
"At what l sing some may smile, W'hile
some, perhaps, will sigh."
A wonderful voice, with a personality to
match, a great friend of opposite sex, head
of gorgeous brown curls.
Likes Derby Avenue and parties. Dislikes
HLLLNL Nl. bNX'lNlK
'Totiay yyellylixetl makes eye-ry yesterday .1
tlream or happiness antl exery tomorrow a
yision of hope '
Neat tlresser. rrientily to all who knovy her,
Likes music antl collecting photographs,
Dislikes overly sweet people.
GENEYIEVE A, TERRASI
"She is gentle. she is shy."
Quiet antl reservetlg true frientlg her smooth
black hair is one of her assets.
Likes sehetlule 4. Dislikes egotistical people.
X"L'lLLl:XM B. TRIQYORROXY'
'Bill' Armetl liortes
Niotiestx lwtornts a xounu man i
Diunitxeti. thafatteristit linelish attent. at-
tixe student. makes trientzs easily, tan make
a territit milkshake.
'U urine now
Likes .irixing Dislikes sneaky people Hoh-
ALLIE lf. THOMAS
'Brimful of mischief but harmtul to none."
Peppy hut tlignitietlg always interestetl in ae-
tiyities around her.
"You knoyx what to sayk'
tilrs dates. Dislikes school. Hohhy-baskev
CIILIZSTIT R. YACCQA
ELIZABETH A. TRlNlBl.l2 'Syl' Voealist
"Betty" Omit worker Hfiutitl xxill is the only investment that neyer
"The gootl antl the wise live quiet lzxesf' huh'
Pleasant personality. quiet antl
giggle non antl then.
tlanting. Dislikes snohs
A perpetual smile1 talented singer. always
shoving her pleasant personality. popular
with all het tlassmates.
Likes sports, Alan Dale, anti music. Dislikes
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HIIIN If. XYATROIN
"A sunny tiispiisition Anil an untletstantling
Quiet Antl theettulg Ll gnutl listenetg blushes
Lilies elwthes Dislikes tlentists.
MARY 1. VCHALEN
"MI" Shotrhantl expert
"Pretty to walk vxith. witty to tall-4 with."
Personality plusg loads or rung muy :mtl
ftientlhi a snappy tlieerlmtler.
Likes "Sentimental Journey" by the Three
Aces. the Navy. and Pine. Dislikes chciaolate
ice Cream and slowpolfces.
"Quietly she goes her wtyg Does het share
with little to say."
Ifxteptionallx' quiet: willing witlxet. a ftiemi
tlimngh thitk and thin
Likes stwtts xml sewing. Dzsliltes Lfinteitetl
RICHARD J. XYAILIONIS
"Intltist1'y is the Patent fir Ntytessf'
Nexxuimer to our class in jignnr yearg the
outdoor type, quietg exeeis .n meehanicul
"I tlunit Icnmsf'
Likes hunting gtntl uinsinnti n unrk. Dis'
likes Ifnglisli. IIulvhygpliiimef.1pl1y.
"Nt:rhinig wirries him. nntliing htztries
I.iix.il lrientl, e.1sy Agiiiiiu. tilxmys te,1.lx .intl If
uillink ni .itsuuei ilwesnt heliexe in ILSIIIIILK. Wi
Sitl. ther.1pe-rewrtler. .intl I.
Lil-tes Dull-nets. Dislikes English. Huhhy-
hunting antl hilliattls,
- JAMES B. ZY5KOSI-QI
s I "Burney" Gnvernnient Secretary
X "If silence were gciltlen. he tl hex et he tithf'
XY'eII-Ixnovin hir his vim. xigo: antl vitalityg
an advocate of singing xxhile he typesg poet-
, ically inchnetl.
5' Likes green eyes. Dislikes being stood up.
"Be always as merry as you tan, for no one
delights in a sorrowful man."
Alw ays has a joke. womens man: very witty,
"Come and get itf"
Likes girls. Dislikes teachers. Hohbymdoing
"A thing well done today means less work
An easy going fellow with many friendsg
intelligent and studious,
"l don't know."
Likes girls, Dislikes brownies, Hohhy-cars.
"Tut" Auto Mechanic
"He should, he could. he wouldg he did his
Checrliil. happy, and always ready to go
"Let me see it."
Likes notice. Dislikes told days. llol1lwy-
lixing his eats.
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"jimmy" Pro BQSCLM11 Phyef 'lioiils Automotive Engineer
"A true friend is an asset to anyone."
Always ready for a good time: full of fun
"l'll knotk you in the dome,"
Likes driving around Wakelee Avenue, Dis- Likes mrs. Dislikes eiwrisrical girls,
likes stuck-up people.
"His friends they are many."
Alu ays ready for lun: friendlyg good athlete,
"l have room for one moref'
"Burk" Maintenance man
"XX'hy work when play is so much fun."
Loves to drive. hut get out of his way when
he comes down the street.
"Theres nothing like it."
Likes Fords-Dislikes loud people. Hobby
A GUY IS A GUY
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"His limbs are cast in manly moldg For hardy
sports or contests bold."
Outstanding athleteg popularg outdoor type.
"Knock it off."
Likes sports. Dislikes people who talk about
others, Hobby-hunting and fishing.
"A man can do no more than he can."
Good naturedg mischievousg pleasant fellow
"Get off me."
Likes hunting. Dislikes wise guys. Hobby-
"Your character is what you have made."
Wfintlerful ladg liked by all.
Likes girls. Dislikes brownies. Hobby--cars.
"We have forty million reasons for failure.
But not a single excuse."
Happy-go-luckyg liked by all,
Likes Wise guys. Dislikes homework. Hobby
"Happy the man with never a care."
Good naturedg good dresserg always ready
for a jokeg good friend to have.
"Whatta crazy guy."
Likes new clothes. Dislikes economics. Hob-
by-reading sport books.
"ln sunshine bright or sorrow deep, It is a
friend we want to keep."
A sincere friend on whom one can depend
for helpg neat dresser.
Likes sports. Dislikes wise guys. Hobby-
'Slime-r:nies qizief. Slime-times .1 Riwr '
rpm-rrs entlirzsmsrs mm rlresser. 1'wg'L.l.1r.
griivrl trzen.l rw luxe Jriiunrl.
'Yiwu re ,uerrin ir
Likes white siieks. Dislikes min Hulilwy-
"Mar" Golf Pro
"Speech is great. hur silence is greater."
Quietg friendly and good-naruredg always
Likes music, Dislikes talking. Hobby-
BOY, THIS IS TI-IE LIFE!
"Slmx' to argue, But quiek to Ant."
Goml sruilenty quiet hut trienrlly,
Likes rnoney anll Llurhes, Dislikes Ilrimnies.
Happy-Cm-Luiky. Cheerful and 0.15, A
xery grmil p.il in every way."
Good liiukinc. all-riiunrl lc-llmxs piipx i
uirh the girls
IBrin,u nur the uiimenf
Likes girls Dislikes priming
XYILLIAM KNAPP .. ,. .
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H I A IM um "Good humor is the hedlth of the miml
Rose eimmpounll ul lriilie .mel fun, To relish gadmms iS H, Pmmnj'
avirzke .xml reymre rar L1 pun. Cioorl n.irrirerl. Ll.1ss riirneilmng very prlpular
Winning persnmliry, vsell likeel hy every- mmhlmuusb
gnc' . , H 'lGu,1xx.iy,"
That Slml lull' Likes toiarl. Dislikes siliuill. Iliihlwx--repair
Likes girls. Dislikes lwmggers, mg- '
JOHN KKJSIXJXY 9KI
'A trL1cu1ruy.Ar11un l4hL'Wfl4lhL'lI'5 at mccxif
Always yuknug. rr1cnki!3.uclQ-Imkui
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I STILL LIKE BLONDITS
"Frank" Bunk C,.1r Drixcr .Y
"Nur too Scruvusi not U10 guy ,I-h.lI'S the 'ah' .A
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"-Iirlibrf' Aum Mcdmnlc
"Drank Liu today uhm you c.m In-Ave for ro-
Spirirui jukcsrcr, ulxmyx 1.lLI.LIlliII,hl. gum!
Likes lmsclmll. Dislnkcc tc.uhcr'Q pct, Hob-
lvy-tuknnlu out gurls.
JOHN MM I.IiAN
"Mac" Auto ruufulnig
"l.alm .uni fCiL'f'VL'x4, yuu he-.xr lxrrlu frm
Alxmyx uhcrc hc sl1f1L1IJI1'llw,
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Lakes limuk 1.4-gxgu Disllkci Sdmol.
"IJlll4LICl'lI xxurk rnakci il skxlI'uI xxurknmu "
An ulrcllllucur and umrwzcrirmlmx study-ur,
vc-ry puwd n.uurcJ, fricmllv.
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Llkw Nklntcr Kpurrs lblqlkii '.1sRn'rlmaH.
'Holi' Truyk Drncr
"PL-fvplc bcwrnc rinh by mxmfqnqu their own
Ruxluzryf fL'PfL'SCIlI.lIlXC up Pmcg never on
"Funk .a lcmfm '
Lxlim curing. Dlsllku lMl9kCflNlH, Ilubby-
"Flip" Electrical Technician
"XX'hen he comes in. mischief hezinsf'
Known hv everyoneg full of fun. never dull:
a :ood athlete: mood dancer. neat dresser.
"XY'hatta crazy kid."
Likes Ft. Marys Dislikes economics Hoh-
"Always ready with a good joke. yet kind
and thoughtful whenever he spoke."
Quiet. likable fellowg very friendlyg with a
Likes music. Dislikes saving. Hobby-talo
ing clarinet lessons.
"Good nature is one of the richest fruits of
Popularg vvittyg well-liked by classmates.
"Hovy's that Grab ya?"
Likes bowling. Dislikes wise guys.
FLOYD MINOR CARL NLkY'HOL'5F
"Clyde Toolmaker 'Burl' Toi lzndkt-r
"l had rather he a lweuzar and SPend ml' 139 ' ln aruuinu too. he my ncui his skill. lfvr c-yen
dollar like a kann. than to he a king and thiiizuli x.inqi.islied he cii'..1.1 aruut- stillf
spend my money like a heuuarf'
Alvvavs lends a helpinn hand. you vvi
vvrivs rememher that smile of his.
Likes Derhy girls. Dislikes US. History.
Hou that lviy loves to talk and .iruue smart
ll al- and stuilious,
"Hey: you little freak.
Likes ,uirls and sports, Dislikes LS. History
"Value the friendship of him who stands by
you in the storm."
Fun to have aroundg very friendly, and al-
Likes sports. Dislikes Dodgers.
WHAT A CRAZY KID!
"Ed" Pro Basehall player
N "Personality is what counts."
Quiet. industrious: a true friend.
"You dont say."
, Likes dancing. Dislikes girls.
FRANK PIZRSICO NORMAN SAMPIERI
"Hanky" Carpenter "Berth" Stotk car driver
ll good things tome in little patkagesf' "To spend mo rnuth time in studies is sloth," 6 '
small fellow with L1 hig hello. An easy-aoinu fellow with a good sense of
Wait a minute." humor.
.ikes outdoor sports, Dislikes sthool. "Lets he swift."
Likes girls. Dislikes sehool.
"A man is only as good as his work."
Always on the gog not too talkativeg outdoor
LOUIS se1ARR1No FFP? ,.
U E Y, Anyhow.
Shim T00lmal'fel' ' Likes hunting. Dislikes economics. Hobby-
"Honest fame awaits his wishg for he is the , working on guns.
great "Shish." r
Full of lun and mischiefg good softball play-
Likes girls and the Yankees, Dislikes the
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"Bill" Pattern Maker
" 'Tis good will makes intelligence,"
Very intelligentg anything for a laughg but
serious when necessary,
Likes food. Dislikes sixth period, Hobby-
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W imllu Hlilllx' f.il'1HL'I N1.1l4cr MAH Mmmuf ,
Snmrtg quictl alxniys xulllnu tn help uthcrx HM WHA ix MW lm, xklmhirltv ANH5 fflifff-r f7WWflY.- QUWY llllf lNl'l'l-l-if
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LAWS SVUH5' Dhllkcs blomlts' Lllgcs lw.1Nl4crlw.1ll, Ibixlikw HVPUSIIC sex, llolw- F-gum'
DAVID Tlimms U H CHARLES TIANQ
"DJX'CX"l Pro Iinsclwall pluvcr pa Carpemgr
.. v. ' . ' "Ir is better rn be happv than rn be msc."
XX hy Should I work xx hen llte IS so short. VNV ammy E001 damn, Shim ani well
Good sporty always really to lend a helping bum ' ' ' K ' k
llEmllQ La.Zf,,fan' "XY'l1crc's thc soap?"
'lm 'Q' , 1.1km Aillliblkl. Disllkcs taking shuwcrs,
Lllxca ylrls. lD15lIlxL'5 5qu.1rcs Hobbs,-drawing
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Wonderful memorzer of tba! fllurtnour clarr parsed
through ber mmd
After about an hour of restful sleep and pleasant
dreaming Louisa again returned home and as she
entered her huge library she decided to look at some
of the year books that filled the room As she glanced
about the year book that immediately attracted her
eye was that of the Class of 1953 brightly covered and
adorned with the Ansonia and Pine High seals and
as she opened lf wonderful memories of that illus
trxous class passed through her mind
Miss Lavender remembered the students as young
frightened freshmen who began their first year full of
By electing john Andrusko president Christine
Parker vice president Sally Coppola secretary and
Richard Van Rxper treasurer the Class of 53 made an
excellent start Several members of the class were soon
appointed to the Observer Staff and many enthusiastic
musically inclined Freshies were added to the ranks
of the band
The crowning achievement of their first year was
the presentation of The Mikado with Maureen
Qumn Nina Mirabile joan Chudoba Kathryn Gon
dola Ronald Skurat Anthony Poehailos and Damel
Jones demonstrating their vocal talents and making
this operetta a great success
And so after ten difficult but enyoyable months
that long awaited day arrived when they were to enter
the Senior High where their fondest hopes dreams
and ambitions were to come true
But as they soon realized with yoys came sorrows
for it was not easy getting up early finding new classes
learning new schedules and eating plam dry sand
wiches Despite the fact that they were domg a good
,ob of acting the part of vs use fools they soon proved
they were an important part of the Senior High for
the next three years
They wasted no time in getting settled and elected
four capable classmates john Andrusko Lois Rubel
mann Richard Van Riper and Audrey Christian as
their class officers With great eagerness to prove them
selves a great many of the sophomores joined the
Dramatic Club for the first time and they were par
ticularly happy when Marianne Brezosky represented
their class as treasurer of the club
Athletics was another activity in which the sopho
mores participated and in which many of their mem
bers immediately shone Not only the boys however
were becoming outstandmg rn sports for the girls
proficient in sports were honored by being named to
Honorary Volley Ball and Basketball Teams
The Sophomore class soon showed that it also had
orators and was well represented in the Public Speak
mg Contest by june Ippolrto Joan Cody and Anthony
Poehailos The Liftlg Prizes for those who had done
the most for the school were awarded to June Ippolrto
and Richard VanRiper
The Sophomore year with its new activities studies
and fun passed by very quickly and with the closing
of school the Class of 55 became an older and wiser
group of students now being members of the select
The Junior year was one filled with excitement
that was to leave unforgettable memories In Septem
Parker vice president Lois Rubelmann secretary and
Anthony Poeharlos treasurer
Durmg the football season the Class of 1953 was
well represented by many capable players and helping
to encourage the team were two members of the class
Josephine Brandon and june Ippolito as cheerleaders
The twrrlers Marianne Brezosky Martha Hultm Joyce
Severrno Chrtstrne Parker Shirley Brushttrs and
Celeste Vacca also added highlights to the football
games deftly leading the band with their high step
Of course like every year this one too was filled
with contests the first being the Register Essay Contest
rn which june Ippolito won first prize and a trip to
New York The second contest was the Public Speak
mg Contest in which Edward Flood james Lyons and
june Ippolrto took part james winning second prize
and Edward third June Ippolito Mary Lou Mestuzzr
joan Cody and james Lyons were in the final contest
the American Legion Oratorical Contest joan Cody
ned for first prize James Lyons won second and June
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The Annual unnor Semor Receptnon wrth very
umque decoratxons and the theme Somewhere Over
the Rambow was another of the hrghlxghts of the
eventful junnor year at whxch txme the jumors bade
an affectnonate farewell to thexr frlends and fellow
schoolmates the Sennors whom they would xnevxtably
mrss and long remember
At the close of the Jumor year the Class of 53
was proud to choose as lts delegates to Gtrls and Boys
State Audrey Chrxstlan Chrxstxne Parker Anthony
Poehallos Wnllxarn Trevorrow and john Andrusko
Audrey Chrlstlan and John Andrusko also recelved the
Havmg once agaxn lnved through a year of un
hmnted successful HCIIVIIY the Class of 1953 closed
the door on thus xts thxrd year to journey on to xts last
and most Important one to become SENIORS
When the A HS opened m September of 1952
the class returned as dxgmfied well educated Semors
It certalnly was a wonderful feelmg to them to have
Sen1or1t1s But at long last they were members of
the select few the ndols of all the underclassmen
THEY WERE THE STATELY SENIORS
It wasn t long before they started thls memorable
year by electmg john Andrusko presldent for the
dent Lots Rubelmann secretary and Anthony Poe
Soon the football season came along and wxth
jarrnn john Andrusko as one of the co captams
many enjoyable afternoons were spent watchmg
Wnlharn Elko Stephen Mankullcs Anthony Poehaxlos
and Andre Martm performnng for th1s thenr last year
And always encouragxng the team were the cheerlead
ers Kathleen Heffernan Mary jane Whalen Margaret
Hxll Lots Rubelmann Norma Cooper and Ursula La
Rocco led by josephxne Brandon and june Ippol1to-
Co Captams Gnvmg support to the cheerleaders was
the Pep Club led by joan Chrrgwnn Barbara Martm
Gay Faulkner and Margaret Petro
Dunng th1s year many of the members of the
Observer w1th the Ed1tor Audrey Chr1st1an at
tended the Columbia Press Conference 1n New York
june Ippollto was chosen Edltor of the Lavender
and every Thursday could be found workmg wnth her
staff plannmg and devxsmg new ndeas for the Year
book whnch they were assured would surpass all
Thrs year the Ansonna Hxgh played host to the
Junlor Town Meetmg of the A1r and was represented
by june Ippolnto Ansonta Hxgh was also well repre
sented at the annual Geography Conference nn the
persons of Robert Saunders june Ippollto and Wnl
When the Dramatlc Club held xts first meetnng
four Senlors Rachel Mutrte Robert Saunders joan
Cody and june Ippollto were chosen as officers Repre
sentnng the class xn the annual productxon were Rachel
Mutrne Maureen Qumn Johanna Dellaptano Robert
Saunders Mary Lou Mestuzzl john Barto Sal Sam
plerl and Nlcholas Donofrlo takmg part rn the pre
sentatlon of Sky Hngh a mystery frlled wlth many
laugh provokmg sttuatnons
The Senlors bemg very fond of sports anxiously
awanted the announcement that Margaret Petro Inez
Burke Norma Cooper Martha Hultxn june Ippoltto
Roberta Gatrson Agnes Hartlield and Veronnca Povx
laltls had been appomted to the Honorary Volleyball
Team and Roberta Ganson Dorothy Bacote Beverly
johnson Margaret Petro Inez Burke and Barbara
Martm to the Honorary Basketball Team
In the Publrc Speakmg Contest two Senlors took
top awards wxth Edward Flood wmnnng first PIIZC
and June Ippoltto second prize Among the class
artists were joan Chlrgwm and Bernadette Fltzgerald
who won prrzes 1n the Brotherhood Rally Poster Con
test oan Chlfgwlfl also was awarded the D A R award
for good cltrzenshnp In the Amerlcan Legxon Ora
torlcal Contest the Sennors were well represented by
second and thrrd prnze wnnners respectxvely
The Semor Assembly whlch IS always a h1ghlrght
of the Semor Year was a magmficent productnon dns
playmg many talented members of the class The show
based on college lnfe at a sorornty house provoked
peals of laughter and applause as the Seniors enter
tamed the underclassmen for the last tnme
The last few months of school just seemed to fly
and then came the clnmax of socxal affanrs the memo
rable Semor Prom whlch was an event that would
long be remembered for the commnttee m charge had
outdone rtself IH decoratmg and plannmg to make rt
a great success
But much too soon came graduatlon what Semor
would ever forget the smgmg of Look for the Silver
Lxnmg Halls of Ivy and the memorable Class
Song' And that mght mld tears and laughter they
too became alumm of the Ansonxa Hlgh School
Yes Louxsa thought to herself thls class had had
everythx-ng orators artnsts leaders musxcxans why
practtcally nothxng was lackmg' And as Lounsa con
tmued to remlnlsce she was deeply touched as she
recalled the reluctance wxth whrch they had left the
Ansonla Hngh the place of thetr every joy and sor
row the Beloved School on the Hxll but the memo
nes that they would carry w1th them would endure
forever No she thought the Class of 1955 wxll never
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Class of 1953
ANSONIA HIGH SCHOOL
We the members of the class of l953 of Ansonra Hrgh
School rn the erty of Ansonr rn the county of Nlevt Hayen
and the State of Connectrcut berng of sound body and more
or less of sound mrnd hereby leave our last yyrll and testa
To Mr Ruddy and to the members of the faculty we
leave our thanks for all the encouragement acts of krndness
and advrce durrng our four years rn hrgh school
To Mrss Errcson Mr Manley and Mrss Upton vue extend
our apprecratron for helprng us to make thrs yearbook a
To the loyal members of the faculty we leave the follow
To Mr Ruddy a televrsron set so that the students can
observe all hrstory makrng events
To Mr Clark a longer lunch perrod
To Mrss Ray an elherent ollree staff so that she won t
have to run errands herself
To Mrss McNamara a full trme reparr man
To Mr Manley a box of chalk so that he yyrll alvyays be
able to Frnd a prece
To Mrss Lane tvyo competent operators for the tape
To Mr Ryan a nevx prrvate snooper to keep up on the
affarrs of hrs students
To Mrss Prrckett a parr of mrttens to keep her eprdermrs
on her metacarpus vyarm
To Mr Hrlbrsh an alarm clock to wake hrs eyer atten
To Mrss Coss one gray harr rn memory of the class of
pearr ng salt shakers
To Mrss Marvrn football equrpment to protect her grrls
To Mr Glenn a part ou nershrp rn l-lerberts
To Mr Arthur an armed guard to escort hrm to the
ofhce vtrth the cafeterra money
ToM1ssSchoonmaker a room equrpped wrth blrnders
automatrc arr condrtroner and East srde vtater
To Mr Vrcarr a lrttle sophomore general who can con
To Mrss Ryan a Junror Lexrcographer
To Mrss kennedy reelrnrng charrs for her Sth perrod
To Mr Porell a group of srngrng basses
To Mrss Upton a free pass to the art gallerres of Furope
To Mr Martorano-a black lack yyrth vyhrch to patrol
lrrst floor durrng lunch
To Mr Jarvrs an annual supply of double bubble gum
To Mrss Conklrn a set of all materrals necessary to put
sue her rnterest rn parntrng
To Mrs Lombardr some gentler and less complrcated
25 To Mrss Monahan a good secretary for the book store to
keep the books rn order
26 To Mrss Errcson a stall photographer on hand for all
rmpottant school ey ents
Edward Prrmachuk leaves hrs money belt on hrs vtell
worn and beloved seat rn Room 200
Anthony Poeharlos leaves hrs abrlrty to protect hrmself
from the grrls to Brll MCAlllSICf falter all you cant
all have theml
Rachel Mutrre leaves for Hollywood to rmprove upon
and take Mary Heartlrne s place
Audrey Chrrstran leaves her expressrve eyes and per
sonalrty to Lourse Hummel
Margaret Petro and Rose Noga leave therr athletrc
abrlrty to Genevreve Sadlowskr
Bull Trevorrow and Irene Baran leave therr drgnrfred
manner to John Cook and Joyce Velms
Joe Abate leaves Mr Ryan wonderrng why he became
Barbara Amalavage leaves her herght to Shrrley Klern
John Andrusko leaves hrs athletrc abrlrty to Bernre
O Doy and hrs leadershrp to Sal Ferla
Dot BaCote and Johanna Dellaprano leave the school
peace and quret
Dorothy Bernardone leaves her knowledge of books to
Mrss Lane s students
Dotrre Antrum along wrth Joan Brttle leaves Mrss Mc
Namara qurte confused
Delrnour Boyxley leaves her gum rn the classroom
lo Brandon leaves her abrlrty to talk her way out of
srtuatrons to any student needrng excuses
Rose Brascho and Shrrley Brushrtrs leave therr neatness
Maryann Brenra leaves along wrth Marrlyn Elra
Elrzabeth Trrmble Betty Doyynrng and Merle Bunco
leave therr quret vyays to Dot Lorec and Dot lnegan
Inez Burke leayes her shorthand abrlrty to second year
Ann Cannata and Joe Caporale leave everyone laughrng
Joan Cody leases her blonde tresses and abrlrty to eh
Yodel' to Jan Srlverberg
Judy Cook leaves her carefree ways to Joanne Kennedy
Sally Coppola leaves Jaekre Belko her natural curly harr
for a rarny day
Mary Granatre leaves her laugh to Joan Tomasheskr
and her herght to Antornette Kroprevynrckr
Merrrll Debskr leaves hrs musrcal abrlrty to some worthy
member of the band
Pat Dunne leayes her long harr to Mary Ann Porcu
Veronrea Poyrlartrs and Dorothy Moore leave therr
good naturedness to Janree Hylvua
Dorothy Edwards leaves study vyrde awake after sleep
rng through rt
Wrllram Llko leaves the football team at a loss
Ted Fstyyan leaves 6th perrod wrth Krt ty
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Nfars Jane XVhalen June Ippolrto and Kay Heffernan
the Three Aces lease rnstrgatrng and srngrng Sentr
Mars Farles and Bernadette Frtzgerald leave therr petrte
ness to Betts Beeman and Elrzabeth Clrfford
ohn Barto leases hrs grft of gab to someone rn 'sfrss
Schoonmaker s class
Wrllram Belko usually leaves hrs trrg book rn 20
Rr.th Demanchsk leases her abrlrts to argue to Barbara
Gas Eaulkner leases her posrtron as Pep Club leader to
los ce Seserrno leaves her dancrng abrlrty to Joyce
Ronald Skurat and Celeste Vacca lease therr golden
sorces to Brll Glenn and Jackre Ashelford
Srd Savelevs rtz and Robert Wrnter leave talkrng to them
selves hasrng hnally found someone vsho agrees wrth
John Ambrose leaves hrs abrlrty to fall asleep anyvshere
anytrme any place to John Glenn fYa W n n nj
Betts Ranno and Jean Robrnson leave therr evetlastrng
Marranne Brezosky leaves runnrng after Martha
I Dont vsorry Mary we ll get her to slow down yet 1
Katherrne Reardon and Helen Watrous leave therr rn
fettrous grggle to Edrth DrLalla
Myra Pearce leaves to debate rn the U N
Edssard flood leases to change the vsorlcl
Norma Cooper and Allre Thomas leave therr pep to
Maureen Qumn leaves for the Arr Force
Joseph O Brren leaves Iaughrng at one of the pokes he
has rust told
Chrrs Parker leaves to become hrst woman Presrdent
of the U S
James Zyskossskr vsrth maxrmum drgnrty leaves chasrng
Salvatore S la and Jo eph Motel leave'
Joan Chrrgvsrn leaves to rom the Navy
Robert Saunders leaves blushrng over hrs lost golden
Mary Lou Mestuzzr leaves her abrlrtv to play the gurtar
Joan Mrhalcrk leaves her artrstrc abrlrty to Carolyn
John Shea leaves hrs beloved drrvers lrcense to any
yunror who hasn t one
Charles Moser leases hrs abrlrty to handle a typess rrter
to Charles Peters
Olga Poposschak leaves her norsy vsays to someone as
norsy as herself
Florence Rzasa leaves her harr of gold-eyes of blue
Delores Sanders leaves her typrng copy on the ssrong
Genevreve Terrassr leaves A H S on trme for once
Rrchard Warlronts leaves to become chref tray carrrer
at the Waldorf Cafeterra
Jean Vargosko leaves her best srsrshes to any fellow
Joyce Durant leaves her hrgh soprano vorce lurkrng rn
Ellen Foley leaves for Seymour
Joanne Gabranellr leaves her dramond for all to admrre
Glorra Geloso leaves vsholly
Kathryn Gondola leases her sasho s what s and vshere s
Joan Gutrrck leaves speechless
Danrel Halchak leaves Junror grrls broken hearted
Madelvn Hart leaves Mrss Errcson happy
Agnes Hartsfield leaves Mrss Mclxamara at peace
Margaret Hrll leaves her Irrsh temper
Janet Hopkrns leases her red harr and blue eyes to
brovsn eyed brunettes
Martha Hultrn leaves her brarns to those ssho long to
Stephen Mankulrcs and lNrcholas Hslssa leave therr
herght to Tony Vellturo
Patrrcra Iannellr leaves her books rn her locker S
Maryorre Ireland leaves Englrsh vsrth no regrets
Beverly Johnson leaves all her PALS
Phyllrs Judd and Mary Kozratrk leave therr qurck floss
of vsords to all future football co captarns
Peter Klanko leaves talkrng and talkrng and talkrng
Mrchael Koskelovsskr leaves for the Wakelee Spa
Eugene Krrzan happrly leaves wrth the Class of 1953
Ursula LaRocco leaves her loquacrty to those who won t
Lourse Laurrcella leaves her lrvelrness to Edrth Persrco
Joseph Lawlor leaves hrs hot rod to John Stanko
Ronald and Wrllram Lrndkog leave the teachers Be
wrtched Bothered and Bewrldered
Beverly Lunn leaves her puzzlrng povser rn Gym
Irene Lux leaves her name on the soap box
Robert Manley leaves wrth a grrl pranrst
John Mareckr leaves hrs curly harr to the unfortunate
Mary Marrone leaves her wrllrngness to do thrngs to all
vsrthout such rnrtratrve
Andre Martrn leaves hrs smooth dancrng to James Sor
Barbara Martrn leaves her many clothes to those rn
Rober a Gatrson and John McDonnell leave therr esca
pades to those vsho yearn for excrtement
Evelyn McManus leaves her patrence to all baby srtters
Edward McGarry9 leaves to conquer the female world
Nrna Mrrabrle leaves her perseverance to those who
grve up easrly
Lorrarne Nrezelskr leaves her peaches and cream com
Lors Rubelmann leaves for Barnbrrdge
7 Ann Marne Srcrgnano leaves her grggles to those vsho
won t crack a smrle
Helene Swrnrk leaves her ssalk to Lrllran Salerno
Salvatore Samprerr leaves hrs love of nurses to those
enterrng thrs held
To the Junrors we leave our hrstory notebooks our seats
rn Senror Musrc and our rllustrrous accomplrshments ssrth a
challenge to follow rn our footsteps
To the Sophomores we leave the realrzatron that you
wrll soon yorn the ranks of the prrvrleged and select upper
To the future Lavender staff we leave a Websters
Unabrrdged Drctronary sshrch they wrll no doubt be able
to put to good use
We hereby appornt Mrss Ethel Errcson executrrx of our
last wrll and testament
In wrtness vshereof we the graduates of 1953 have to
thrs affrxed our srgnatures and seal thrs 17th day of June
AD nrneteen hundred and fifty three
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As Loursa contrnued readrng her thoughts rmmedrately
flew to the Prne Manual Trarnrng School and the boys that
had graduated as forty one calm cool and collected senrors
and then she remembered how rt all began on a sunny morn
mg rn September 1949 when thrrty three vrgorous boys
gathered and became acquarnted wrth that Magnrhcent
Structure they came to lose After the bell rang they as
sembled rn the Mechanrcal Drawrng Room where they were
greeted by therr prrncrpal Mr joseph McGee After he had
explarned the customs and ways of Prne they were drsmrssed
The second day was long and hard because most of them were
not accustomed to gettrng up at such an early hour
Soon class electrons were held and james Bartolotta was
elected Presrdent Elrjah Thomas Vrce Presrdent and Wrl
lram Knapp Secretarv Treasurer The students were sure that
these offrcers would lead them wrsely throughout thrs pre
Soon after they were settled the football season began
Rough and rugged were the contrrbutrons of Prne to Mr
jarvrs squad durmg the Freshman year They were Flrp
McGurre john Klabonskr and Charley Trano
By mrd year nrne more boys jorned the Freshman class
Thrs rarsed the enrollment to forty two students and after
the half year markmg perrod was over the rest of the year
rolled merrrly along Before long Class Day arrrved and
many of the boys recerved awards for erther crtrzenshrp or
All of the boys enjoyed therr Summer vacatron but then
they read of the dreaded openrng of school for the new term
In September 1950 they assembled agarn outsrde the
Magnrficent Structure to begrn therr Sophomore year Look
rng around they notrced that some of the boys had not re
turned but there also was a new crop of bojs who had trans
ferred from the Hrgh School Also Floyd Mmor came from
Vermont and Robert Malz frqm Roxbury Now they had
forty five strong manly students
The bell rang and they went to the Mechanrcal Drawrng
Room agarn to hear Mr McGee
Therr Class Officers for thrs year were Wrllram Smayda
Presrdent Wrllram Edwards Vrce Presrdent and joseph
Parr Secretary Treasurer
Thrs year they were represented on the football team by
Rrchre Ewen Flrp McGurre John Kalbonskr Oakre
Carroll and Charley Trano
Soon the trme came when they elected the shops rn whrch
they would major for the next two years
Thrs year they watched the constructron of the long
awarted Woodworkrng Shop by mrd year rt was iinrshed and
could compete wrth any srmrlar shop jn the State
Seemmgly rn no trme agarn Class Day arrrved and some
of the boys were the recrprents of the scholarshrp and crtrzen
shrp awards They drd not mrnd Class Day because thrs
meant the long awarted Summer vacatron was near
They enjoyed a wonderful vacatron but September qurck
ly rolled around and there they were standrng outsrde that
Magnrhcent Structure wartrng to begrn therr junror year
As usual they went to the Mechanrcal Drawrng Room where
they were agarn addressed by Mr McGee Later they were
Introduced to therr varrous shop rnstructors The next day
they resumed therr studres and the boys went to work rn the
varrous classes and shops whrch they had chosen
Control of therr BCIIVIIICS for thrs year was entrusted to
Edward Carroll Presrdent Wrllram Smayda Vrce Presrdent
and Samuel Culmo Secretary Treasurer Representrng Prne
on the football team whrch comprled one of the best records
4911 rn the state were john Klabonskr Butch Sedor
Rrchre Ewen Charley Trano and Oakre Carroll
A new teacher was added to the faculty of Prne thrs year
rn the person of Mr John Gondek who was also an assrstant
coach lt was hrs marvelous oratrons durmg the Football
Rallres that really rnsprred the players
After a few months had passed the boys chose an emblem
to be placed on therr class rrngs
As the year was drawrng to a close there were a number
of socral events One was the football banquet to whrch the
members of the squad always looked forward At thrs banquet
an rmportant event was the electron of co captarns for the
ensurng year The lettermen elected a rough and tough rebel
from Prne as one of the co captarns who answered to the
name of Edward Oakre Carroll
The other socral event was the junror Senror Receptron
at whrch the junrors played host Those who went enjoyed
The commrttee was comprrsed of the followrng Edward
Carroll Joseph Parr Wrllram Smayda Floyd Mmor Guy
Boulay Thomas Kashuba james Beecher Edward Tallberg
Samuel Culmo and Joseph Burkowsky
In a short trme the Senrors were graduatrng Class Day
went as fast as rt came and the bovs were agarn ready for therr
At the end of the thrrd year four Prne boys were honored
when thev were chosen to attend Nutmeg Boys State They
were Carl Newhouse james Beecher john Koslowskr and
When summer was over and they agarn met outsrde that
Magnrfrcent Structure forty one strong healthy and well
The bell rang and they began therr never to be forgotten
Senror year As they assembled once more rn the Mechamcal
Drawrng Room to hear Mr McGee speak they were no
longer green and norsy but as the BTO s of the school
quret reserved and drgnrfied
As usual the football season arrrved Captarn Oakre
Carroll Rrchre Ewen Flrp McGurre and Butch
Sedor were all standouts rn the Senror year The class officers
for thrs therr final and most rmportant year were as follows
Presrdent Wrllram Smayda Vrce Presrdent Emanuel De
Melrs Secretary Rrchard Ewen and Treasurer Wrllram
McGurre Mr Gondek was therr able class advrsor
Thrs year the Prrnt Shop began to publrsh the Prne
Ear Thrs was the frrst trme rn many a year that the Prrnt
Shop prrnted rts own paper Mr McGee Mr Flynn and
Mr Gondek were the faculty advrsors Wrllram Smayda was
Edrtor rn Chref and recerved ample support from the edrtorral
In September they started on the frnal round as Prne
students and rn no trme at all the year was over
After the Chrrstmas vacatron was over tryouts for the
Publrc Speakrng Contest were held and Wrllram Smayda
was chosen from the Senror Class
Tryouts for the Senror Assembly were held and wrth all
that natural talent of the Senror Pme boys that years enter
tarnment exceeded all prevrous ones Members of the Senror
Assembly Commrttee from Prne were Emanuel DeMelrs
Wrllram McGurre Rrchard Ewen Wrllram Smayda Edward
Carroll and Frank Danrels
Therr socral lrfe contrnued wrth the Junror Senror Re
ceptron when they were honored guests of the junror Class
and of course the marn event rn any senrors lrfe the Senror
Prom The Commrttee for the Prom consrsted of the follow
mg boys from Pme Andrew Koval james Beecher Lours
Pantaleo John Brandon Emanuel DeMelrs Wrllram Mc
Gurre Rrchard Ewen and Wrllram Smayda
The class of 53 was hrghly honored when two drstrn
gurshed scholars graduated wrth them They were Mr
Harold W Gottsegen and Mr Robert L McLoughlrn who
were gorng to retrre from teachrng at the conclusron of the
Yes rt had been a very short but enjoyable four years
and the rmmortal words that Pme Boys Are Frne Boys and
Prne School ls A Frne School would always lrnger rn the
memorres of the boys of therr wonderful days at the Prne
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
ass of 1
P I N E M A N U A L
NWI: the class of l95v of the Charles H P1nc Manual
Tra1n1r1,c School of Ansoma a mun1c1pal1ts 1n the counts of
Ness Hasen state of Connectrcut Lmted States of Amenca
do herebs make these bequests 1n our last ss1ll ani testament
To the Charles H P1ne Manual Tra1n1ng, School ssc
lease thanks for the gentle ssas lf has exposcd us to
To the ofhce sac bcqucath a sct of Ll1dll'S so that the boys
ssont get fallen arches sshnlc standmg, outsrde
To the Auto Shop sse lease a toll pate to check the trafhc
To the Mach1ne Shop vse lcave a permanent ass1stant to
Nfir Crook to keep track of the tools
We bequcath to the Mechamcal Drassmg Room and
Wfoodworkmg, Shop tvso br1ll1ant and LOOPCYHIIVC
teachers to takc the palce of Mr McLaug,hl1n and Mr
To the Prmtmr, Shop we lease an automat1c type d1s
To the Cookmg, classes ssc bequeath a ness deep freezer
To the Sessrng classes sse gryc a set of fluorescent lrghts
To the future students sse leave a cafeterra and a gym
Furthermore to the follossmf., faculty members sse make
se spec1f1c bequests
To Mr Conkl1n vse leave a smokrng, room ad1o1n1ng
the lunch room so the boys Vslll not get 1nd1c,est1on from
hurrymg so he can go upsta1rs for a Camel
To Mr Roche a tax1 to Lll'lVf. h1m to and from h1s housc
To Mr Crook an electrlc eye so thc boys vull not takc
more than one paper tosscl
To Mr Burns a bottle of Charles Antell s Formula No
9 and a job 1n an all 5,1rls school
To Mr K1ely a planer so that he w1ll not hase to use
To Mr Gondek a P1neLar staff that Wlll hand rn
therr mater1al on t1me
To Mr Hall1g.,an an assrstant to ssatch the sen1ors Whrlc
he IS trymg, to teach the freshmen
To Mr jarvrs an 1ron goal post on the pracnce held
so that lf Will not be torn dossn at next years football
To Mr Gottseben and M1 McLaughl1n vse leave our
deepest regrets that they Will no longer be members of
the P1ne faculty at the close of school
To Mrss Stuart vse lease a door vsrthout a lock
To Mr Tlynn sse lease a bus so that he can p1ck up all
the students gomg., to school from the West s1de
To Mrs Gorman me leave our thanks for the use of her
room to ptcpare th1s document
To Mrss Nason sse lease an a1rt1g,ht room so that the
boys Will not get hun1.,ry from smellmg the aroma of
the food the g1rls cook
To BLISS IXUllkOWSlxl a screen to prevent the boys from
peekrng, 1nto her classroom
To Mr McGee sse lease a pa1r of sneakers to hclp catch
the boys 1n the Camel Club
To Mtss Roche sse leave a pa1r of rubber heels so that
she sson t ssake up the boss sshen she ssalks through the
halls 1n the mormng
To the jamtor Mr Gaud1o an ass1stant to take care
the nrght classes
The Class of 1959 makes the follovsmg., personal bequests
Bartlotta s strut to Carvalo
Beecher s mechanrcal ab1l1ty to Sam Olenechuk
Brandon s ssay ss1th sophomore g1rls to Chcat thc
Checkley s baseball ab1l1ty to anyone ssho ssants If
Dan1els neatness IS left to Hambone Parks
Durant s drassmg ablllfy to Wlllle Thomas
Evsen s harrdo to Frankre London
Gabnel s quretness to Andy Porcu
Hylssas basketball abrllty to Molly Adam:
Kashubas good looks to Ed Hallet
Knapps sparklmg eyes to R1chard Hartman
Leggo and MacLean s compamonshrp to john Boath and
h1s telloss students
Malz s sserght to Steve Pesta
Newhouses ab1l1ty to score agamst rumor leacuers
Pantaleos beard to J3ClClC O Keefe
Parr s cuteness to N1ck Haylconstantrno
Pavslafc s red hanr to Roy Marshall
Pers1co s record for stasrng., out of school to anyone ssho
can break If
Stokes fa1r complex1on to Trppy Lark1n
Thomas bra1.,g.,1ng, ab1l1ty to hrs brother
Carmllcrr s sccond attempt to graduate to any mcmber
the JUDIOI' class
Boulay s drag ss1th Nlr Halhcan to Barge Blakely
Burkovsskr s dr1s1n1., ab1l1ty to Leo Moscato
Carroll s athletlc ab1l1ty to Sonny Nolan
Culmo s bottle of jo Curl and rake to keep h1s ha1r under
control to R1ch Gabrrel
DeMel1s road map to Derby to B111 B1lIS3k0S
Knott s ab1l1ty to get out of school at l 15 every day to
Koslosssk1 leaves 1n a cloud of smoke
Koval s vsay w1th all the teachers to Fred Wllll3HlS
L1ndsay s helght to Yagovane
XICGUIIC s clownrng ab1I1ty to jackne Dube
Mrnors smrle to Brlly Lrbby
Samp1er1 s art of blovsnng bubbles to Andy Gallo
Saw1ck1 s t1m1d way to Sam Burns
Sedors flashy socks to Shoes Schumacher
SCIHIIIUOS mach1ne shop ablllly to jrm Pr1nc1p1
Smaydas vsay mth Mr McGee to Leroy Stanles
Spader s mus1cal abrlrty to Art Hylwa
Tallbergs car to anyone who Wants ll
T1ano s vsardrobe to anyone who can ssear rt
In VMIIHCSS vshereof vse have affixed our SIQOHIUYCS and
th1s 17th day of june n1neteen hundred and f1tty three
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However. early in the -lth period. Ansonia. filled with
spirit and determination. began to roll, Taking the ball on
their own I9. the Lavender drove 81 yards to tie the score.
with Andrusko toting the leather the final 29 yards on a
score-tying T. D. run. The rest of the game remained score-
ANSONIA I9 - l.l2i-XVIZNXVORTH fl
Led by the pow er-house running of t1.i.c'.ipi.iiiis Andrus-
ko and Carroll. Ansonias determined forces had little trouble
in gaining their first victory by trouncing Lc-avenvvorth
l9 to 0 at Nolan liield.
'Uakieu Carroll spearheaded the Lavender attack with an
outstanding running performance. The versatile Carroll
wasted little time in hitting the scoring column as he regis-
tered two tallies in the first period. one on a spectacular
5-1-yard run and the other on a 2-yard plunge.
Co-Captain Andrusko also hit paydirt as he crashed over
from the 5 early in the second period,
The rest of the game remained scoreless as the durable
Ansonians proudly protected their tidy lead by staging a
prevailing defensive battle,
ANSONIA l 2 - TORRINGTON 20
Because of the loss of its ace runner. 'llarrin' John" An-
drusl-to. who was sidelined with an injury. the Lavender
football machine lost its first game of the season to an ag-
gressive Torrington team at Litchfield county.
Ansonia suffered its hrst heart-break of the game early in
the game as Charlie Cagnibin registered Torringionis first
tally with a -l-yard plunge to paydirt. Torringtonis scooting
halfback. XX'ally Giglio. scored the second touchdown for
the Big Red on a stunning 29-yard run in the second period.
Early in the second half Ansonia began to roll. XY'ith
Carroll providing the ftiel the Ansonians drove to pavdirt
only a few minutes after play resumed. as the versatile Co-
Captain scampered over the goal-line on an S-yard run.
However Ansonia soon ran out of gas and Torrington
began to "steal the show '.'i The Big Red applied the knock-
out punch when Kelly. Torringtons right end. tackled
"lNlouse" Vellturo in the end zone for a safety late in the
third quarter. At this point the score was l-l-6 in favor of
Shortly afterward Torrington again hit the scoring col-
umn as liill Ormshy galloped IH yards to pavdirt after shak-
ing several vvould-be tacklers. for the liig Reds final tally.
Late in the fourth quarter Ansonias brilliant haaback
Carroll tossed an accurate 2--yard pass to McAllister. who
scooted over the Torrington goal line for the final scoring
of the game.
ANSONIA 20 4 CROSBY ls
lgnited by the red-hot running of Co-Captain 'Cakiei'
Carroll and the accurate passing of Marty Lawlor. Ansonia
returned to its winning ways October -ith. with a 20-13
victory over Crosby at Nolan Field.
Both teams. showing well-developed offensive ability.
scored in the first period. Ansonia was the first to draw blood
as Carroll crashed over from the l shortly after the game
began. However it was not long before the determined
visitors also crossed the goal line. The Crosby tally was pro-
vided by a l'-yard pass from Bozzutto to Generali, thus
tying the score.
Accepting the Crosby challenge. Ansonia refueled and
started to roll. Early in the second quarter. Ahearn took the
ball on an end around play and threw a spectacular 2'-yard
T. D, pass to Bill McAllister. Seeing that their passes were
clicking. Ansonias forces took to the air and it was not long
after. that Carroll crossed the goal line after enveloping a
lo-yard pinpoint pass from Marty Lawlor.
Although trailing 20-6. Crosby was still hghting and
threw a scare into the Lavender when pulling a HCJI reverse
play that resulted in a touchdown late in the game.
However. the game soon ended and the Lavender was
victorious a second time.
ANSONIA 6 STAMFORD 78
Although oy erpovy erang the Black Knaghts on the ground
vyath some rab bustang lane play Ansonaa dropped a 78 f
decasaon to the State Champaon Stamford team yyhach proy ed
to be superaor an ats aeraal attack
Led by the panpoant passang of Sam Butkoysky Stamford
scored early an the game as the latter bulled oy er from the 1
after some nafty pass completaons Manutes later Butkoy sky
agaan v-as the culprat as he tossed an accurate ll yard touch
doyan pass to Rach Fratorola Stamfords scamperang half
back Ted Boccaazza regastered the Black lxnaghts other tyyo
tallaes on runs of 8 and lf yards respectayely durang the
Ansonaas lone tally occurred as Andrusko plunged oy er
from the 7 after an 80 yard draye an the fourth quarter
Earlaer an the game Ansonaas hearts yyere broken as An
drusko vyas deprayed of a brallaant 87 yard T D gallop be
cause of a Layender penalty
ANSONIA 6 HAMDLN1 0
Ansonaas aroused football forces regastered a noteyyorthy
vactory durang the 57 season by scalpang Hamden 6 O at
Thas game proyed to be a defensave battle all the yyay
wath the durable Ansonaa forces prevaalang
The entare hrst half of the game yyas a scoreless duel as
both teams defensavely checked thear offensaye opposataon
successfully Early n the second half hoyy eyer the lone
score of the game was tallaed by the Layender machane as
B111 McAllaster crossed the Hamden goal lane after grabbang
a pass from Marty Lawlor on the Hamden 50 and sprantang
the remaanang dastance unmolested
Determaned to leave the field yactoraously the Lavender
forces held the Hamden team scoreless brallaantly and as the
game ended left the Held an a proud fashaon
DERBY 6 ANSONIA 35
Ansonaas sparated football forces sparked by the spec
tacular scorang sprants of Sonny Andrusko regastered a con
vaneang 33 to 6 vactory over the Derby forces at Coon
The braght spot an thas game vyas the brallaant nannang of
Co Captaan Andrusko Andrusko scored twace-once on a
record breakang 99 yard touchdown run and once on a spec
tacular 63 yard gallop around has ovyn raght end
The Lavender raddlang Derbys offense scored an every
peraod Besades Andruskos two thrallers three other touch
dovyns were regastered one by Co Captaan Carroll one by
Dack Eyyen and one by Marty Lavylor
George Russo vyas the star for Derby as he tore up the
field yyath a 38 yard touchdoyyn run proyadang the only tally
for the Red Raaders
AINSOINIA 17 HILLHOLSE 7
A determaned and underrated Ansonaa football machane
scored a stunnang lv yaetory oy er a haghly rated I-Iallhouse
team at Nolan Faeld thas year
The Lay ender Forces took adyantage of a recoyered fum
ble on the Hallhouse v9 yard lane by scorang the hrst touch
doyyn of the game nane plays later as Sonny Andrusko
bulled oyer from the tyyoyard lane early an the second
Ball Elko crashed through the Hallhouse offense to block
a punt attempted by Santo Sastro the Hallhouse kacker and
quarterback early an the ard peraod The ball yyas recoyered
an the Hallhouse 70 and four plays later Andrusko scored
once more on an end run from the 11 The extra poant vyas
nullafied but the Layender had bualt up a comfortable 13 0
1-lallhouse started rollang an the fourth peraod as they drove
50 yards for thear lone tally Hoyyeyer after thas uprasang by
Hallhouse the Lavender defense settled dovyn and yyas an
possessaon of the ball as the game ended
ANSONIA 13 NAUGATUCK 0
Puncturang Naugatucks defense an the first half wath a
combanataon of lane bustang by Sonny Andrusko and Oakae
Carroll and some panpoant passang by Marty Lawlor Ansonaa
fashaoned a 13 0 vactory over thear annual Turkey day ray als
at Recreataon Faeld an Naugatuck
Ansonaa antercepted a pass on thear own 6 yard lane an the
Hrst peraod and marched 94 yards for the farst score of the
game vyath Co Captaan Carroll crashang over for the fanal
Late an the second stanza Ansonaa began to roll agaan
Thas tame the Lavender machane drove 80 yards to pay dart
Ed Oakae Carroll agaan clamaxed the rade by sprantang 30
yards to the end zone after grabbang a short pass from Marty
The second half turned out to be a scoreless duel yy ath the
Lavender safely protectang ats comfortable lead
Thas game was the conclusaon of a successful season for
the Ansonaa football team of 1957 The record compaled by
thas team was consaderably better than expected The 1957
Lavender won 6 lost 2 and taed one
LOOK! HE MADE IT!
T-E-A-M - YEA, TEAM!
THEY ALXVAYS CALL HIM MR. TOUCHDOXVN!
YOLVV E GOTTA F-I-G-H-T
STEPHEN MANKULICS, END
Letterman 2 years
"Steve" played very little of-
fense during the season but, nev-
ertheless, stood out like a neon
light on defense. Opponents
found it difficult to run around
his end position without finding
some rough opposition on the
part of this spunky player.
JOHN ANDRUSKO, BACK
CO-CAPTAIN, Letterman 3 years
"jarrin' john". who played
outstanding varsity ball for three
years. was one of the chief factors
in the success of this year's ball-
club. His spectacular running
along with his brilliant defensive
ability and spirited teamwork
sparked the Lavender to victory.
Andrusko was elected to the All-
State team, an honor he most cer-
tainly deserved, the Naugatuck
Valley All-Star team and the All
RICHARD EWEN, BACK
Letterman 3 years
Hard working Ewen was rated
by Coach Jarvis as the best block-
er on the squad. A real hustler,
"Richie" started the season as a
center but was called on to play
in the backfield during the Crosby
game, which he did with perfec-
tion. This was just the spark the
team was looking for and with
the help of "Richie" in the back-
field, they really started to roll.
WILLIAM ELKO, GUARD
Letterman 3 years
Bill "Bruiser" Elko proved a
thorn in the sides of many teams
but outdid himself against .the
Hillhouse eleven. His jarring
tackles and deft blocks set up both
Lavender scores, which led to one
of the biggest upsets of the sea-
son. As tribute to the fine perform-
ances Bill turned out every week,
he was named to the All-Nauga-
tuck Valley and All-Valley teams
and received All-State mention.
VUILLIAM MCGUIRE, CENTER
Letterman 2 years
Lost to the team during his
junior year because of an injury,
"Flip" returned to the team this
year as a capable performer. He
was a shining light in the Ham-
den game, during which he made
many key tackles and intercepted
a Hamden pass during the closing
minutes of the game, thus ending
Hamden's scoring threat and help-
ing the jarvismen to acquire an-
other well earned victory.
With plenty of spirit and spunk
EDWARD CARROLL, BACK
CO-CAPTAIN, Letterman 3 years
"Oakie," the type of player
about whom coaches dream, was a
sure tackler, a hard runner, and a
proficient blocker. Outstanding
throughout the season as a co-
captain with great sportsmanship,
he led the team in scoring with
forty-eight points, the second
highest in the valley. He was
elected to the All-Valley team
and was a member of the second
team on the All-Naugatuck Val-
Letterman 2 years
"Tony" anchored the left side of
the line with little left to be de-
sired. His deft blocking on the
offense and terrihc defensive play
won him a berth on the All-Valley
eleven and All-State mention. At
the annual football banquet, he
was awarded a gold wrist watch by
the Lavender Booster Club, hav-
ing been chosen the most im-
proved player on the team.
ANDRE MARTIN, TACKLE
Letterman 3 years
ln partnership with Poehailos,
"Babe," another hard hitting, pep-
py tackle, combining his never-
ending spirit with his solid phys-
ical build, proved a kingpin in the
Lavender front wall throughout
the entire campaign. He was se-
lected by coaches and sports writ-
ers to the All-Valley eleven and
shared honors with Poehailos as
the most valuable lineman on the
team. He can be remembered
most, however, for his unfailing
will to win and great enthusiasm.
ONUFRY SEDOR, GUARD
Letterman 2 years
Because of an ankle injury,
JA MES BEECHER, INIANAGER
Being a manager of a football
team is not the easiest job in the
world. lt means going to practice
every day, cleaning footballs,
painting helmets, fixing football
shoes, and a million other odd
jobs. Such a manager was james
Beecher, an unselfish person who
loves football and was proud to
be connected with the 1952
A. H. S. Team. Jimmy was ad-
mired by the coach and all the
football personnel. His value to
the team was greater than can be
Onufry saw limited action during
the season. He was well-known as
a quiet, unassuming hard-working
ball player, who would have
played more had he been able to.
Richard livv en
'Nicholas Hvlvv .1
XX illiam Hall
Ni irtin Lawlor
li irrv Potter
XX illiam Sullivan
Although compiling one of the poorest records in
the history of Lavender, the AHS '52-'55 basketball
team certainly deserves credit for its great sportsman'
ship and lighting spirit.
The Lavender hoopsters vv ere constant underdogs.
Despite this fact, however. they vvere to be taken
lightly by no team, for the majority of games lost by
the '52-'55 club vu ere lost by only a fevv points and in
the Iinal minutes of the ball games.
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A teams record does not always indicate the true
value of the team. This is certainly true of this years
basketball team. for although lacking in the winning
column, the Lavender representatives were certainly
above par in the department of spirit and sportsman-
Love of competition is a sign of a true athlete, and
every member of the '52-'53 Lavender basketeets lived
up to this moral standard by displaying a constant de-
sire to win while on the basketball court.
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when all through the ha
person was answering
Mary Lou Mestuzzi
Reporters: Edward Flood. Merrill
Debski, Anne Basta, William Tre-
vorrow, Carol Biggs. Linda Mayer,
Lawrence Brett, Marilyn Brunnock,
Srhool Notes Editor
Reporters: Joan Chirgwin, Margaret
Hill, Shirley Taylor, Louise Hum-
mell, Reyna Olderman, James Supp,
Patricia DeRosa, Donald Poehailos.
Reporters: Barbara Fisher, Diane
Reporters: Genevieve Sadlowski. Dora
Reporters: Tony Poehailos. Edward
McGarry. James Mongillo.
Girls' Sports Editor
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