East Hartford High School - Janus Yearbook (East Hartford, CT)

 - Class of 1956

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"' eos? horfford hugh school lllllllllll ' -guru f url' if v- , 1ll?""""'l . f' r-43 4,2-J 1 LYNN HERSEY Edlfor In Chief A STar To Steer By The cenTral Theme of The 1956 Janus symbol lzes The numerous forces ThaT gunde each of us Through four years of hugh school The STar embodles many forms some Tangible and oThers unseen yeT all have Thenr effect upon our llves The guidance of The Teachers The vuews of The STudenT Councll and our own nndnvndual moTuvaTuons and 6SpIV6lIOI'1S play a malor role ID leading us To The final goal of graduation As The NorTh STar as To Those who lourney by sea so A STar To STeer By as To us who make a shorT buT eventful voyage hopnng To gain knowledge experience and purpose for The all encom passung lourney of lufe Lynn Hersey 2 .,., ., -,v.-V , .,--,....,,. -Q Q - H' 2 - .,,. .,. V A ' A B. 1 Jw In-S Y I 1' l 7 ,, li 3 ,- 1 , .. if f 'I "' V , .- .w--1, ' ' ' ' " ..,, Q - -,Q I - - ' , -..T 4-1-' T -H 'V , --v A """x 9 ' 1 . 1 ' .-rua, f --' -,-- x A If .. ,. .. -N ' " M.. T ffffl A A . , l x I .car -f 4 ' -9 ' Il Il I I ' - I , . I I ' I ll ll ' I I 1 I ' We The sTaTCT of The 1956 Janus dedncaTe Thus book To The STudehT Couhcul IH appreczahon of Their serv Ice and guidance To The sTudehTs of EasT HarTTord Hugh School Faculty in Action A member of our faculty busily working on a new idea. As always, the faculty does its utmost to help each student. Senior Clash Day A mixture of vivid plaids, dashing pinks, and imaginative ensembles typify senior clash day, truly a memorable event. Classes Have Begun Upstairs, downstairs, dashing onward through the halls to class is always a problem. Only the student can determine whether he or the bell, will arrive first. Dancing in the Dark Time out for the band as they talk with a dance couple during the gay festivities of a school dance. Activities Are Plentiful Dramatics, newspaper reporting, language clubs, scientific clubs are all an integral part of East Hartford High School life making for tomorrow's well rounded citizen. Pictured here is one of the many interesting clubs available for student participation. Sports Are Always in Demand All eyes are cast upon the basketball as the players run, battle, and shoot for the bas- ket. This is iust one of the many sports played at the high school. Advertisers Are Our Necessary People Without the support of advertisers this yearbook would not be possible. TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS IO5 DANCES ..,....,,..,......................,....,.,..,,,.....,.. 7I To Members of the Class of l956 As you graduate from East Hartford Hugh School I should luke to suggest a star by vvhtch to steer your llves to future success Ths star has flve baszc shtntng potnts to gulde you They are Hold to the truth to thlne own self be true and tt must follow as the ntght the day thou canst not then be false to any man Be undustrtous the power of perststent ap placatton brungs the desired goal vtdual or organuzatton tn any Held depends on puttlng our shoulder to the wheel to gether IH mutual respect and helpful effort Be loyal Loyalty ts needed now more than ever to Insure the conttnued strength of our State and Nation Have fatth ut surely moves mountanns The development of these tralts of character wall assure you attatnment of the helghts John A Langford JOHN A LANGFORD Superintendent BOARD OF EDUCATION 'llt 'll 1,11-g 13- Left to Rrght Seated Dons Mortimer, Secretary, Mary Conroy, Chatrman, Marlon Puller, Annette Rucct, Mary Knue Left to Rtght Standtng John Langford, Francts Paquette, Karl Kurth, Anthony Stanford, Roy Bunttng S. f A ' Q . i 5 gt , . . 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' -' ' . ,, rf' :Q 'w Q , I Q " Q h t N EDWARD M DILLON Prlncapczl To the Class of 1956 Culture IS actlvtty of thought and receptlveness to beauty and humane feel :ng A merely well rnformed man IS the most useless bore on Gods earth We atm at East Hartford Hugh to produce men and women who possess both culture and expert knowledge to prepare them for llfes work You have had the advantage of beautiful surroundings brought about by the generoslty of our good cttxzens and the expert advice of our teaching special :sts You have taken advantage of our evaluated OHBFIFIQS and have benetltted by the emphasis on the acadernnc and cultural sude of your education I know that you wall be a credlt to your Alma Mater I hope that my phlloso phy has been of some benefit to you enther durectly or nndlrectly The door of the prnncupal s oFHce wall always be open to you Edward M Dellon ROSE BROWN Run-1 CLARKE IRENE BRAY OFFICE STAFF 5 ww. ' -1 - - Pg "W if V . - - , . , - I , . . . , . :VW , V -ff T ' 1 l""X 'FQ at "'-if 99 NELLIE AGOSTINO ROBERT ANDERSON WILLIAM ANDERTON St Joseph College Amherst College Unuversuty of Mnchugan Language Department Head of Mathematncs Department Englush Department Ptlot Advuser Publucnty Senior Bowlung Adviser to Freshman Class Graduatnon Arrangements ERWIN APPELL FRANK BALLAS Un'Ve"5"Y of COFVUECTICUY Amerrcan lnternatlonal College Socual Studnes Department Sglence Department EDWARD BEADLE ROBERT BOWDEN Unnversaty of Wnsconsm Trmuty College Language Department Mathematucs Department Co Advnser of lnternatuonal Rela Intramural Sports Sclence aur French Club Assembly Programs Honor Socuety Tennus Coach tnons Club Freshman Handbook ROBERT BRAIRTON HAROLD BRODY Boston Umversnty Boston Unuverstty Englush Department Busmess Department 8 Dean of Boys Student Counctl Dnstrnbutlve Educatton Program Adviser College Board Exarmna tlons ELEANOR BURNS Salem Teachers College Busnness Department F B L A Advnser 'R f fig C Kr N it X - ' ' - : ' F' 1 ' : T, f"K ,. ", , HELEN BURRILL Boston Unuversuty Head of Busrness Department Advnser to Sophomore Class SAA Treasurer Banlung Super vnsor LUCY CHAMBERLAIN Albertus Magnus College Dean of Women pu"' KATHRYN BYRNE Bay Path lnstutute Busuness Department Sensor Graduatuon Tuclcets Kmdly Commntee JAMES CAREY Amerucan Internatuonal College Business Department Baseball Coach Assustant Foot ball Coach MARY CLEARY Samt Joseph College Englnsh Department Counselor of Freshman and Soph Assustant Advnser Student Coun omore Grrls cl Guudance MARY CONBOY Trnnlty College Mathematncs Department Advuser to Sensor Class Assustant Adviser Student Councll JEANETTE CORBETT Arnold College Physical Educatlon Department Sports Recreatlonal Actuvltles G L C and G A C FRANCIS CORRADO WlNlFRED CUNNINGHAM MARIE DAVIS Samt Bernard College Hunter College Teachers' College of Connectlcut Language Department Physical Educatnon Department Englnsh Department Latm Club, Assnstant Advuser, Sports, Recreatronal Actuvmes, AGE Advnser, Englush Depart 9 PIl0t GLC and GAC ment Librarian AL ay . , ,X M X aaa' S K . - f. V ,ffgljik ' - , 'tl" A 1 A 4 A ' A 'Q S I 1 VIOLA DEAN Faulkner Hospital of Nursing Health Counselor Future Nurses Club NANCY DINNEEN University of Massachusetts Head of Home Economics Depart DONALD DUNCAN Trinity College Social Studies Department men' Class Rings Field Trips Chefs Club ELAINE ELLIOTT FLORENCE FRYE MAE GAINES University of Connecticut MARY GALLERANI Boston University Teachers College of Connecticut Boston University Counselor of Junior and Senior Cheerleaders Drill Team Honor Audio Visual Aids Co ordinator Society I0 Girls Janus Placement Adviser to Junior Class 5. OLGA GHIRONZI HENRY GIARDI SELVIN GINSBERG 5' J05ePh COHEQB Holy Cross College University of Denver Head of Science Department Head of Physical Education De English Department Baton Twirlers Paflmenl Pubhc Speak.,-19 Football Coach Assistant Track Coach f - E ' 1 L i 6 xr 7 ,lift-mg if H Q. Ze L l' L x f if B' . I English Department Science Department Guidance Department Business Department X . F 5 , x, g Clif! . l 4 , U ' X L 7 , 4 NATALIE GLOVER Unsverssty of Connectscut Mussc Department Mussc Club Pri? Schedulsng HOWARD GODING Sprsngfield College Vsce Prsncspal 1 'sa Our Lady of the Lake College Spanssh Club Asssstant Assem blses Sensor Graduatson Arrange ments I ELMER HANSEN Fstchburg Teachers College HELEN GOLDEN Head of lndustrsal Arts Depart ment Language Department Co ordsnator of Specsal Construc tsons HAROLD GOLDBERG Clark Unsverssty Scsence Department Varssty Track Coach Varssty Cross Country Coach Scsence Club GROVER HOWARD DOROTHY HOWLETT Pennsylvansa State College Mount Holyoke College Head of Gusdance Counselor of Junso Boys Scholarshsps Department Socsal Studses Department r and Sensor Internatsonal Relatsons Club EVAN JOHNSON RALPH HURLBURT NICHOLAS JACKSTON Colby College Boston College U"'Ve"5'fY of Milne Scsence Department Socsal Studses Department MU5'C Department Advsser to Sensor Class Asssstant Baseball Coach Asssst ln5ffUm9"'fdl l-955005 ant Advsser Janus S' Y s 5 9 A ' 0 , - E M ggegdg If D ' "' L- Tl' , ,F '.,'L D xv 4 'l 1 X -- "J1.:,:r. .lxl N .s ' S :',..'- .-ll -iii l s I 4 ff' e m l KATHLEEN KEEFE ROBERT KELLEY LAWRENCE KERSTETTER Smuth College Provtdence College Umverstty of Wusconsnn Socual Studses Department Socual Studnes Department Socual Studues Department Advtser to Jumor Class Amateur Raduo Club Guudance MATTHEW KILGARIFF NICHOLAS KLYM CATHERINE LARRA Umversuty of Muamn Teachers College of Connectucut Colby College Englnsh Department lndustrual Arts Department Head of Language Department Chalrman of Faculty Functions Photography Club a In Club Jumor Classnca MARY LeBLANC Salem Teachers College Bustness Department Co ordtnator of Typmg League WILLIAM LORING Umverstty of Massachusetts Mathematncs Department Stamp and Com Club Kundly Commtttee ELIZABETH LARRABEE Colby College Head of Englush Department Public Speakmg College Board Commnttee RAYMOND LOWELL Uruversuty of Connectucut Busnness Department Janus Adviser Q will E, 7 E E use ' ' Lt' , - ' n ' A ' , at M , Y " if ' g .i G , E' K f 1 lil TL , EVELYN MALLON Wellesley College Englash Department Essay Contests PAUL MCNULTY Unuverslty of Scranton Scuence Department Science Club Sccence Fatr URSULA PATTERSON Frammgham Teachers College Duetutnan Cafeteria WN' LIONEL MCCABE Unnversny ot Bndgeport Guidance Department Counselor of Freshman and Soph omore Boys Club JOANNE NESTERUK Connecticut College for Women Mathematncs Department Advnser to Freshman Class Future Teachers HELEN MCCLELLAN Mount Holyoke College Head of Socual Studles Depart ment College Boards Co ordunator Hrs tory Contests and Examtnatrons FRANCES NEVILLE Umversaty of Connectvcut Engllsh Department Assnstant Advnser Pnlot HW! JOHN O DWYER Teachers College of Connectucut Industnal Arts Department Testmg HARRY PINNEY Teachers College of Connecticut Scnence Department Jumor Varsny Basketball Coach Faculty Functnons Commlttee LUCY J PLOURDE Our Lady of Mercy College Englnsh Department Assustant Advnser Dramattc Clubs Q9 f' at f55if'5L. 1 1 '- A 2' .1 X T X DORIS RAYNER JOSEPH REIDY ANNABEL SAVAGE Boston Umverslty Holy Cross College Drexel lnstutute of Technology Head of Muslc Department Engllsh Department Busnness Department G rs n Assnstant Advnser Honor Socuety Future Teachers Club Guidance Boys Double Quartet semble CHARLES SINGER New Jersey State College lndustrlal Arts Department Gundance CHARLES SMITH New York Unuversuty RUTH TUCKER Emmanuel College Art Department Engllsh Department MARY WALSH Brudgewater State College Lubrary Fare and Air Rand Warden As Janus Art Staff Aclvlser LlbrarY Cl'-'b sustant Advnser Class Rmgs MARY JANE WILSON Umversuty of Colorado Scuence Club 14 Dramatucs Drnll Team, Cheer leaders JACK WISE Umversnty of Connectucut Physucal Educatnon Department Basketball Coach Junnor Varsnty Football Coach BLC GEORGE ZERVAS Unnversuty ot Alabama Mathematncs Department Advuser to Sophomore Class, Chess Club ' , al' E, b' ' , ' 1 ' Q ' . A Q I A ix ' J . ily f X seniors 1 T SENIOR OFFICERS Seated left to rtght Barbara Yauch Recordtng Secretary Harry Ztmmerman Prestr McCarthy Vtce Prestdent Standtng left to rtght Eltzabeth Barrett Correspondtng Secretary Barbara Colpltts Tre We the class of 1956 have arrtved at a potnt In our ltves whcfe shed the gay exctttng garb of youth for those wraps of responstbtltty and realtty vvhtch must be a part of our adult ltves Whether thls tr 1 be dlftlcult or pleasant depends to a great extent on how vve have s four Important years We have had the opportunlty to learn and rat Intellectual sptrttual and soctal traIts vvhtch vvIll determtne our characte out the long tourney whtch ltes ahead Whether our ltves be marked by fatlure our degree of happtness Wlll reflect the lob that we have don and developtng these characterIstIcs Our tourney through these unforgettable years has been mad easter through the unselflsh help and guIdance gtven us by those teacr Integral part In helptng us form our characters must be remembered a and repatd Our parents have sacnflced thetr pleasures for our toy that vve could go through these years ID the carefree happy sptrtt been ours We have recetved prtceless and and gutdance from our lov Such debts and obltgattons to those vvho have gtven so freely can best by maktng ourselves and our ltves reflect the Ideals and prtnctpl s have trted to Insttll vvtthtn us We have all had happy carefree ttnwes ID these our young f We have spent days and eventngs vhtch vvtll ltve forever In our We pray however that we have taken the fullest advantage o and wtll lo the Iob an t ltve the lfe that vve lcnovv would make tho so n uch feel proud. 16 t Rnc ard must tgatton atlon hese those ough ess or oldtng rnuch use order RAYMOND H AKERLAND ay Practucal 72 Burke Street silence there s worth that brmgs no rusk Track Team 3 4 'D L ALBANO College Regus Street IS a part of one s blood Quartet 34 Chorus I Cu 2 Janus Staff 4 .J rs I 4 lce President 4 Mlxed Chour 3 4 Nattonal Thespuan Socuety 3 4 Treasurer 4 Tennus Club 3 4 CAROL A ADAMS Carol Busrness 224 Naubuc Avenue My only books are fellows looks eball 1 as etball Chorus l Janus Staft 4 Sport t l 4 Trave u Volleyball l CAROL A ADAMS Carol Practucal 435 Forest Street A brnght as the rose as buoyant as the sprnngtame Apparatus Club 3 Badmmton 3 4 Basketb on Twurler l 2 3 4 n 4 horus l I 5 etlcs Janus Staff 3 4 Junnor ed ross 2 Png P ng 2 R er Skatung Club l 2 3 4 Swlmmmg Club l 2 Tennls Cub 3 Tumblung Club 2 3 Volleyball 3 RICHARD S ANDERSON Ande College 36 Cheney Lane The better we know hum the more we enloy hum Transferred from Maddletown Hugh School eball l Basketball l Ca s Ba ketball 2 Football 2 Muxed Chour l Track Team 2 Hy Y Club 2 JOHN K ATTICKS Kunk College 3l3 Halls Street Speak when you have some thung to say and l Mas uers estra l up 0 I JAMES L AUSTIN rm College 'I9 Howard Street Fun and frollc help to make the man Janus Staff 4 Photography Club 4 Presudent 4 Sensor x ecutuve Board Tennus Club 3 4 Captaun 4 LOPRAINE F AVERY Unconscuous Ave College 39 Orchard Street Sweetness and light are her compamon Chorus 3 Presndent Drtll Team 4 Chorus l Gtrls Athletucs l 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Sport Nxght 1 2 3 4 'I7 MARIAN E. AZARS Marian Practical 27 Landers Street "Oh, pleasure - you are a pleasant thing." Chorus I KATHLEEN M BAGLEY Kathy College 367 Silver Lane Small things aren t small it great things come of them A G E 4 Chorus 3 French Club 4 Secretary Future Teach er Club 3 4 Presidelt 4 Girs Athletics 3 4 Jan Stal? 4 Masquers 3 4 Mixed Coir4Plot234Srt Night 3 4 Table Tennis Club CHARLES C BARNFS Chas College 49 Olmsted Street On every track was a flash of golden fire Chorus I Class Basketball 3 Cross Country Team I 2 3 4 CoCaptain 3 4 French Club 3 Sophomore Executive Board Gamma HrY 2 Student Coun 3 Track Team I 2 3 CoCaptain 3 4 Boys Leaders Cu 2 3 4 JOANNE F BARONE Pixie Business I32 Porter Brook Avenue Nothing is done without a motive Transferred from Weaver High School Chorus I Freshman Glee Club I Chronicle l is League I 2 Booster Club 2 MARJORIE A BENNETT Margie Business 89 Broad Street Woman was made to manage man A G E 3 4 Archery Club 4 Bowling Club 3 4 Chorus 2 Gymnastics 3 Honor Society 4 International Relations Club 2 3 4 Mixed Choir 3 4 Sport Night 3 4 Student Council I Travel Club I Swimming Club ALISON M BIDWELL Buddy College 3l9 Naubuc Avenue Enthusiasm is the leaping light ning not to be measured by the horsepower of understanding G 4 Base as etball I 2 ri am 3 4 rs Ahletics I 2 4 C 3 4 Honor Society International Relations Club I Janus Staff 4 Pilot 3 4 Roller Skating Club 2 Sport Night l 2 3 4 Swimming Club I 2 Tennis Club 3 4 Travel Club T mblrng I 2 3 4 leyball l 2 ELIZABETH L. BARRETT Betty College II2 Woodlawn Circle "Her golden voice is music to our ears." Archery Club I, 2, Chorus lg French Club 35 Girls' Athletics I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Library Assistants 4- Masquers 3 Mixed Choir 3 4 Orches l Cushion Club 3 President Sport Night I 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Tumbling 3 Senior Executive Board Girls Leaders Club 4 FRANK A BENETTIERI Big Ben Practical 403 Main Street If free lunches are served in heaven oh death where is thy sting? Baseball 2 3 4 Class Basket b I 2 Football I 2 Junor Red Cross I Student Council l Track Team l , : ' ' , 1 - tra I, 2, 3, 4, P'lot 2, Pin , 2 . I . I . I . . ll ' I ' . O II ' S, I I A ' ' . .,, , , , 'l' ' , 5 us I 1 1 . - 7 , i ' all , 1 , g I. l1 : i , , : P0 7 , : 7 - 4. ., H 1 l . - - - , : I I I l 1 . , , . . I I I I ' I ' - , 1 . - - . , ' , 7 3, Janus Stat? 45 Masquers I, cil2,, ,,,4, I n v . K , f , , I b ' ' f ' ' ' ' ' 1. . . . , l 1 - ., " ' ' ' A. . E. 3, 5 ball 3, 45 ' ." B k , , 3, 4, D'll - Te , , G. A. C. 3, 4, . Gi l ' Y ' , , 3, : G- : lv - A, 1 ' 4: I ' 1 G'rl' , I I i I , : , . : ' ' , : 3. 4: U ' , , , 5 Vol- . , 3, 4. Ku! FRANCIS N BlVElNlS Fran Practlcal 32 Lxlac Street Even If a farmer intends to loaf he gets up In tame to get an early start GLORIA S BLEEZARDE G o Busnness 65 Cannon Road Let come what may Baton Twurler 2 3 Chorus l 2 Glee Club 3 Mtxed Chovr 4 Sport Nnght I 3 Volleyball 2 BYRON S. BIRTLES Byron College 42 Arbutus Street There as no great gemus wuth out some touch of madness ELAINE M BISHOP Flame Business I Bidwell Street She s happy wuth a kmd hand and gentle wall Chorus 2 3 Glee Club 4 CAROL W. BLICHT Blichty College 6 Park Lane "When a woman vows she never flirts, she's flirting." A. G. E. 3, 45 Archery Club 3, 45 Apparatus Club 45 Chorus 3 4 Futu Teachers Club 4 Gnrls :cs l 3 4 Janus Sta 4 Masquers 3 4 Roller Skat ang Club 2 3 Sport Ntght 2 4 Swummmg Club I 2 Table Table Tenms Club l 2 Ten 15 u I 3 4 Travel Clu T mblnng Club I 2 3 4 ol all 2 3 THOMAS P BOJKO Tom College 83 O Connell Drnve A man among men and among women too Class Basketball 3 Football 3 4 L C 2 3 4 Vnce Pres: 4 Jumor Executuve Board Spamsh Club 4 Track Team 2 ,. K 4 2 Ti' 1 .5 L 1- 5 MARY ANN BORONSKI Marare Busmess 73 Great Hull Road What we freely gave forever us our own G E 3 Bowlung Club 3 orus I 2 Future Teachers Club 4 Bad mlnton 2 3 Bike Hlke 3 Inter na tonal Relatuons Club I 4 Secretary 4 Janus Staft A squers 3 4 Plotl Sport Nnght 3 A Table Tenms Clu I Tennus Club 3 4 Vol all 2 3 DUANE BOUCHARD Dee Busmess II6 Holluster Druve Good nature flrm and con stant never fallvng n I Foo Orchestra I Track Team I BRIAN L. BRECKER Brock College T629 Main Street "I've got a pocket full of dreams," Transferred from Loomis. CAROLE A BROOKS Carole Practncal 25 Greenlawn Street W at wnll be wnl e Chorus I 2 Sport Nnght 4 Q LOIS E BROWN Busmess I5 Hugble Dnve She as known by her cornpannons aseball I Basketball orus I G Ir Athletncs 2 Sport Nnght Volleyball I VIRGINIA C BROWN GIVWY Busmess 2Ol Hrlls Street We all cant load and so I wall fol ow G 3 4 Archery Clu B whng Club A Chorus I 2 3 Badrmnton 3 lnternatnonal atnons Club A I Scrence Club A Table Tennus Club A Tennus Club 3 A Travel u 2 PATRICIA M BUNN a College I9 Stanley Street Today us the tomorrow you worried about yesterday and all IS well A G E 3 AudIoVusual s 2 Chorus 2 3 French Club 4 Fu ure Teachers Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Glee Club 4 Janus Sta A Masquers 2 3 4 Na tlonal Thesplan Socuety A Pho tography Club 3 Ptlot 2 3 4 Sclence Club 3 4 Secretary Treasurer A Tenms Club 3 4 Travel Club 2 CHARLES T BUNTING Charlne College 52 Murray Street Afoot and lught hearted I take to the open road Cross Country Team I Janus a A Labrar Assns ant Photography Club 3 Tennos Cu 3 A FRANCIS J. BROZOWSKY Buzzy Practical 5 Willys Street "DifTTculties are things which show what men are." ALBERT E BUCEIVICIUS Boo Practscal l304 Mann Street Educatlon ns what remains when we have forgotten all that we have been taught Basketball I Class Basketball BARBARA BURKHART Barbara College 78 Wells Avenue A woman should be seen not heard." ANTOINETTE S, BURNS Toni College 26 Bragg Street "The world is a stage on which I have just begun to play a part." Chorus 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, Glee Club 3, Janus Staff 4, Assoc. Ed, Library Assistant 2, 2, 3, A, Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3, A, Student Coun- cil T, Literary Club 4, Mas- quers T, 2, Mixed Choir A, Pilot 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 4. BEVERLEY J BURDEN ev Business 672 Forest Street Who dares nothing need hope for nothing Ap aratus Club 4 Chorus l ir A ft i A e Clu 4 Sport Night 3 4 en Club 4 Tumbling Club Volleyball 4 PHYLUS H BURDICK Phy Practical T66 Oxford Drive l pity those who dont have fun eball I 4 Chor as as e a Freshman Executive Board Rol ler Skating Club I Sport Night A Volleyb 2 ff-ff e 2? ,az i an JOAN C BUSIERE Joanne Practical T90 Forbes Street A good heart is worth cold G A Bowling OVUS In Cushion Club 3 Tennis Club 3 CLAIRE L CADORETTE Claire Practical 71 King Court Young and fanciful and gay without a care I laughed and played Baseball l Basketball I Chorus I 2 Glee Club A 3 Wir' MAURlCE M. CALLAHAN Moe College 38 Stanley Street By dififerent methods, difterent men excel, but here is one who does all things We B eball 2 3 Manager 2 3- s etball 2, 3, 4, Class e ketball 2, Cross Country Team 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, tu' dent Council 2, 3, A, President 4, Track Team A, Boys' Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Soph- omore Executive Board, Junior Executive Board, President 3. FLOYD A. CAMERON Floyd Practical 90 Stanley Street "Not every man can dream," Band T. 21 PHYLLIS P. CELL! Phil Business 42 Ranney Street "Short and sweet and some' times saucy." Chorus 3, Library Assistant 4, Sport Night l, 2, 3. JOHN A, CHATOWSKI Jack College 117 Forest Street Never caught without an answer Boys Quartet 4 Chorus l Fu ture Teachers Club 4 Gee Club 2 Mixed Choir Pilot 3 4 Track Team 4 FRANCIS J CHENETTE Fran College T3 Hlgbie Drive Act well your part there all the honor lies Pilot 3 Student Council 3 4 ESTELLE M CHIARIZIO Estelle College H5 Olmstead Street My heart rides out on silver wings of song Chorus 2 Future Teachers u 3 4 Treasurer 4 i Athletics 3 Honor Society 3 4 Masque-rs 2 3 Mixed Choir DOROTHY F CLANCY Dotty Business T436 Silver Lane Help yourself and heaven will help you Chorus 2 Glee Club 3 BARBARA J COLPITTS Barb College T21 Washington Avenue A walking formula for success dynamic personality and the result is arb G 3 Baseb T Ba wirler 2 Bowling Club C orus 2 Girls A hletics l 2 Honor Society 3 4 i President 4 Janus Staft 4 Mix Choir 3 4 Orche ra Pilot 2 3 News Editor 3 Sport Nigt 2 Swimming Club 2 Senior Executive Board Class asurer 4 S A A l Tum ling Club 4 Table Tennis Club EMIL T, CIPOLLA Emil College l242 Silver Lane "All great men are individualistsf' Basketball 3, Manager, Cross Country Team l, 2, 3, French Club 3, Honor Society 3, 4: President 4, Janus Stal? 3, 4: Pilot 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports Edi- tor 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Student Council 3, 4, aTennis Club 3, 4, Track Team T, 2. JENNIE CIVITILLO en College 94 Olmsted Street Laughter and song are her Constant companions G Ba Bowling Club 3 Chorus 2 Girls Ensemble 3 4 lntera tional Relations Club 4 Mixed Choir 3 4 Photography Club 3 Treasurer 3 Sport Night 3 J A. . E. 3, 4, seball 2, 3, 4, . l . l I l 4' ' I : : ln - : ' ' 3, 4: - . ' , 4. 4 i tl E' - add natural leadership, al ' ' B ." 11 - - A. . E. g all 5 fort ' T A : ' 2: . , , lt : ' ' 1 ' , . ci b , ,' , G'rls' 4' . I ' 'lvfej I l ' . .' ed ' , : st lg , 3, 4. . h ' I' . . ' I ' , Tre 5 . . . ,I b- A l. l , Y ' Y, wa-" ROBERTA H COR EY Robie Business l39 Forbes Street "The mildness of manners and gentleness A G E 3, Chorus l Janus 4, Library Assistants 3, 4, Pres: dent 4, Pilot 2, Youth ln Gov ernment Day 4 BEVERLY M. COULOM Bev Business 8lO Burnside Avenue "Lots of chatter, lots of fun, her serious lite has not begun." A. G. E. 3, Apparatus Club 3, Baton Twirler 2, 3, Bowling Club 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Vice- President 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletics 2, 3, Janus 4, Pilot 2, 3, Pin Cushion Club 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President A, Roller Skating Club 2, Sport Night 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 4, Executive Board 3, 4. JOHN L COOLEY John Practical 68 Forbes Street Victory is a thing of will etball l 3 4 Class all l o a Track 3 4 PATRICIA S CORBETT a Business l76 Woodlawn Circle face with gladness over spread soft smiles by human kindness spread A G E 3 Apparatus Club 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Bowling Club 3 Chorus 3 Badm nton 2 3 4 Cu 4 Masquers I S ort t l 3 4 Volleyb 3 4 Gymnastics 2 3 4 SYLVIA L COVELL College l56 Hollister Drive Her thinking of others made us think of her G E 3 4 Bowling Club horus l minton 2 3 4 Janus xed Choir 3 4 Plot 3 ort Nght l 2 3 4 Sw ming Club 2 Table Tennis Club 2 Tennis Clu 3 Trave Club 2 3 Tumbling 2 Volley 2 3 4 Gymna tics 2 FRANCES G CRANDLEMIRE Fran College 243 Woodlawn Circle Take life too seriously and what is nt worth? Archery Club 2 4 Baseball I Basketball l 2 Chorus :rs Athletics l Roller Skating Club 2 Sport I t 1 4 Ta Tennis l 2 Tennis Clu Vo eyball l 2 DONALD H CRANICK Don College 375 Tolland Street "Let's sit down and discuss this paper due'9 When?" Chorus l, Glee Club 2, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Track Team 3 CORINNE J. CRELAN Corinne Business 33 Pratt Street "Mischief dances in her eyes and smiles upon her lips." Archery Club 4, Apparatus Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, '4, Cheer Leader l, 3, 4, Captain 4, Chorus T, 2, Janus 4, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Sport Night l, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis Club I, Tennis Club 4, Tumbling l, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Field Hockey I, 2, Badminton l, 2, Soccer I, 2, G. L. C. 4. BRUCE P. CROWELL Tony College 99 Dike Circle "A modest man who says but lnttle Cross Country Team I Track 2 JAYNE A CROWLEY Jayne Busmess 490 Burnslde Avenue Softly speak and sweetly smnle Bowlmg Club 2 Chorus 2 3 Gnrls Athletncs 2 3 Sport Nrght 2 Swrmmlng Club l ANN R CURRAN Ann Busrness 7 Hrgble Dnve A happy drsposutuon reflects nts own sunshme G E 2 Baseball 3 S Nnght 2 4 Tennrs Club 3 JUDITH A CURTIS Judy College I37 Holland Lane A fnend as a rare book of whuch but one copy IS made G A mnton 2 3 4 Honor Society 4Janus234 otl2 Sport Nght 2 3 4 Student C uncnl l 2 3 4 Table Tennis Clu l Travel Club 2 3 Vol all 2 3 PATRlClA M D ARCY a Practucal 260 Woodycrest Dnve She looks luke an angel but a luttle devul dances In her eyes Chorus 2 Pm Cushuon Club 3 Sport Nnght 2 DONALD E DEDERER Don Practncal 475 Brewer Street e whole llfe of man as u a pomt of tnme let us enroy ut therefore whrle nt asts RONALD E. CYR Ronnie Practical 6 Hanmer Street Out of too much learnung one could become mad Football l WILLIAM E DAMON College 121 Shadycrest Dnve Nature deslgned us to be good cheer French Club A Natronal Thes plan Socrety 4 Mlxed Cholr 4 Masquers 4 Tranfer Danbury Hugh School Jumor Classical Lea ue l Latrn Club l Mas quers 2 Mtxed Cholr 2 Sclence Clu 'l A... JAMES L DOMBROSKI lm Practucal 46 Ltnden Street So much ns a man worth 5 he esteems hlmself Football 2 Chorus I JAMES T DONAHUE Satch Practlcal 844 Tolland Street Smnle and you wont Rnd tnme to Cry Auto Club 3 Class Basketball 3 4 Golf Clu DOLORES M. DEL MASTRO DeDe College A5 Murray Street "Dark hair, flashing eyes, always smlllngf' Baton Tvvlrler I, 2. 35 Cheer Leader 4, Chorus 2, Secretary, Future Teachers' Club Ag Mas- quers I, Student Council I, 2, 3: Executive Board I, 25 Youth ln Government Day I, 3, LUCILLE G DIGNOTI Busmess 58 Maplewood Avenue In frnendshup loyal a heart snncere Chorus 2 3 Masquers I Sport ht 3 Tr ve C u Gymnastucs 3 4 nr' ROBERT F. DONAHUE "Jobs" Practical 830 Tolland Street "Quiet - unttl his friends come along." Baseball 2, Golf Club 3. PATRICIA E DONLON a Busuness 22 Rector Street How often It seems that she us good to be born wnth a cheerful temper G E 2 Bowltng 2 Choru Photography Club 3 Sport t 3 A Tennls Club 2 I C? -4 RITA ELLEN P DONOVAN Reet College 24 Wrllow Brook Road In the sweetness of fruendshtp let there be laughter and shanng of pleasure YU Class Basketball 2 Drull Team urs Ensem e urs etucs I 3 A Glee C 3 Honor Socuety A Janus Masquers I Mnxed Cholr ot A Clubs Edt 2 Managang Edutor 3 Edntor nn Chief 4 Roller Skating Club 3 Sport Nnght 2 3 A Student Councul I Swurnrmng Club 2 Tumblnng Club A Gymnastics BENEDICT M DRISCOLL en College 222 Woodlawn Cnrcle Has dtgnnty comes from not possessung honors but deservmg them Chess Club 3 Chefs Club 3 A nus A s. 3' 'Q LU , P t ' S ,rf r F F , V ,H Nig , Ag a I lb 2, Q A ' 1 Q 5 ' A Nigh , 5 ' , 3. . , .9,v J, - S ci Q . I A, G. E. 3, Ag cha 5 1, 2, N 1 ' " ' ,a 4gG'l' bl 4,G'l' ' ' L Athl' ,2, , , lub 5 . I 'fl I ' 2 3, 4: z ' ' 4: Pil I, 2, 3, g 'tor s : ' ' z I ...ry , , I 2, 3, 4. ' ' , , - ,Rui f' tfggif., 7.5 uf. - B ,,'.' Q ' 2, , f l b 3. I A I - Ja , Pilot 2, 4, B, L., cl I 3, 4. 25 , l 'JIERELE E DRUNM ' ere e Busuness 1.16 Porter Brook Avenue A star shtnlng qutetly nonetheless a star G 3 Jan Masquers P ot -1 Executrve Boa BARBARA .I DRUSBACKY Barb Busuness BI Broad Street Wtth sweetness as fresh as any rose tonbury Hugh School Archery ubl Basebal I Baslceta I Bovvlung Club I Junuo. Red Cross I Tennts Club I Volley b ll I Future Homemakers of Amertca I Su ul, I , " X J PATRICIA A DUDLEY Paddy College 960 Forbes Street Sweetness of smrle :nducates sweetness of character G 3 A Archery Clu orus I 2 3 French Club nus A Masquers I 2 3 Slrattng Cub 2 Stu en C unctl I Savtmmrng Club 2 GyrrtrIaSttCS I PAUL F DUDOICH Pau Practxcal 58 Shadycrr-st Drrve Perlorrn that r htch you have rf solved Transfer Northrast I-Itqh School St Petcrsburq Flortda Archer, Club 2 Bastlnll I 2 3 Bus ketball 2 3 Bom Inq Cleb 2 Chess Club 2 Cher s 3 Drtll Tea 3 Captatn 3 Masq ers 3 Muxed Chorr 3 Photograph, Club 2 Roller Slratnq C b 2 3 Art Cl b 2 3 Booster Cl b 3 -19' THEODORE A DUQUETTE Te College 487 Mann Street Arttst of the pencul patnt or pen nus 2 A Ed tor squers 2 Plot 3 EDWARD G DURRENBERGER Edd L Practtcal -192 Oak Street You stand an ye r C rm ltqlwt I rl Vts al Ards 2 3 JULIA H DUNPHY u e Euslness 363 Mann Street she so quuet and de ure'9 Mayb but don t be too sure owrng Club 3 Gu s Softball Transte Hartford Hur: Scnoc NORMAN .l DUPUIS Dup Practucal 35 Mtlwood Road The most useless day of all ts the day an vvhnch we have not laughed o Club 2 3 Baseball 2 Class Basketball I 2 3 Cross Country Team I ' I .I ll ' ' ' I A , - " ' , is v e - ' A sf, ess, ' B'l' , 'rl' ' I 2, ll 5 rd 2 3' r' ' n ' l, A, I A I l "' I. sl ' f iw ' . 1, ,, . cfaffziff - ,, I 7"-PQ? ,, . ' 355 . . Chorus 2, 3, A. Transfer, Glas- I 5 Cl F 1 I g b ll M, Aut , , 4, Band I, 2, z ' A 1 ' g. 1 , a 7 X , X I . , fe I I ,, . . , d I A. , E, , j ID 2g H I H I' I ' N CII , , g 47 ' Ja I V , 7 ROI. .la , 3, 4, YI I Aj ' Ier ' I , d t Ma J I t 4- 0 ' 2 ' I ' : - f I In I I I . I ' BARBARA J ELM Elmer College 79 Knollwood Road Shell always wear a golden crown G 4 Basketb Chorus I 2 Gnrls Athletlcs 2 3 A Janus 2 4 Muxed Chonr 3 I Spors :tor 2 Sport Nnght 3 Swnmmung Club 2 Table Ten I Club 2 Travel Club I V eyball 2 3 4 Execuuve Board 2 THEODORE J ENGELHARDT Teddy Practucal 47 Norwnch Lane Please all and you wall please none K PAUL C. ELIASSON Eli Business 95 Shannon Road "He had no cares but to be glad. His only tear was to be sad." Band 25 Class Basketball l, 25 Glee Club 2, 3g Mixed Choir 3, Ag Orchestra I. JOHN A ELLARD College 554 Burnsnde Avenue Wnthout fun there ns no o Class Basketball 2 Photography Clu I A, W1 FREDERICK J. FALVO Fred . College 71 Maple Street "Nothing great was ever accom- plished without enthusiasm," WALTER F EARLEY Walt College 206 Woodlawn Curcle If not true cleverly Invented Audlo Vlsual Ands I 2 Chefs u 3 Glee Clubl 2 Llbraruan 4 International R Iatuons Club 3 Latm Club 3 Janus A Masquers 3 4 Pnlot 3 4 Tenms Team 4 REGINALD S FARRINGTON eg College 9 Arnold Drnve A good start and the race IS half done Cross Country Team I 2 3 A Track Team 3 4 NICOLE I. FERLAND IC I Busnness 63 Stevens Street More great an heart and spmt than words could ever e Chorusl 2 3 Janus A Muxed Choir A Pnlot 4 Sport Nnght 4 Transfer Clnnton Hugh School Thanksgnvmg Show l Cholr I JAMES O FISH nm Practvcal 4 Hockanum Drlve A gentleman makes no nouse DOUGLAS FISKE Doug College Long Hull Drlve Clothes help to make the man personalnty does the rest Chorusl 2 3 Football 1 Golf Club 3 4 Co Captann 4 Janus 2 3 Jumor Red Cross I Pnlot 2 Track Team A Executuve JOSEPH J FITZGIBBONS n z Practucal 36 School Street He that IS slow to anger ns better than the mnghty PATRICIA M FITZGIBBONS a College 91 Wmdmg Lane nsh un the full sense of the word G 4 Cho r T am 3 4 Captam Janus 4 Student Councnl I Swnmmmg Club 2 Table Tenms Clu l HAROLD A FLENKE Tanks Practacal 629 Burnsnde Avenue He was not made for clnmb mg the tree of knowledge Auto Club 2 3 4 Class Basket I DARLENE M FLOREY Darlene Busmess 37l Prospect Street ln your chaln of fruendshlp please regard me as a un Chorus l Lnbrary Assnstants 1 2 3 4 Sport Nnghtl DENNIS W FITZSIMMONS ntz Practucal IOS Plam Drive A man of rdeas Baseball 3 4 Manager brary Assnstants 4 Transfer Erasmus Hall Hugh School PATRICIA E FLANNIGAN a Busmess 237 Woodycrest Drnve No sky be heavy If the heart be lught Ba eball l 2 Basketball l 2 F B L A 3 4 VncePresu nt 4 G A C 4 Honor Socnety 3 4 Sport Nnght I Student Councnl 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 wummmg Club l 2 3 Statnstncal Supervnsor Bankmg 4 Vnce Presudent 4 F, . J' ' 11 - .11 l , , 41 l.l- P t ' 101 ' ' ' " S , : , : 1 ' .... , , ' - 'de ,,"'- Ii' 5" ,,.4: Bloard 2, 4. I 3, Volleyball l, 2, G. I.. C. 3, F., . . ball ,2. ' ' P 1 - D ul . . A. . E. 3, 5 ru! 2, 3: I. k,, o an e , , ' 4, A ' n b . ' 28 .ESQ uf' 321 .,.. IA WN MEREDITH A FORTIER Mered th College IO Clement Road MusIc washes from the soul the dust of everyday lIfe orus I GIrls Ensembe A Gee Cltb 3 MIxed Cl1oIr 4 RUSSELL A FRANSEN Russ College II32 Forbes Street I-IIs happy smIIe vvms hIm many fnends C orus I I lnternahonal e a tons Club I PA RICIA J FR SS I: ollcoe I oll rnur Ro d entle In rnann r t vIgorous In d d I arslerred from Hartford Hrgb G Badrrwnton 3 B ton Tv-.rIrIer 2 B OIOGy Club 3 bor s rs League I C a I L a ue rI LIbrar s I ant Ix Ir n e u A SwImr'nIn Te I RICHARD G FRIIZSON Fearless College 2OI Burke Street Laughter Is the spIce of lIfe and we are the shakers u o Club 2 3 Bas A Co Cap I A Bas C Golf Club 3 JunIor Red Cross udent Councul I 2 MARCIA C GALUSKA Marsh B s ness I66 Naubuc Avenue A ready srnIle and II pIrIg hand A G 3 Badrntntort I a Teller Basketball I Chorus orus ll Drtll Te n Dancmg 2 3 Glee Club 3 Gymnasttcs Honor SOCIEIy 3 4 MIX oIr 4 A S bt I 2 3 Student Counu Tab Tennns ub I Trav U I ANITA GARCIA Anna Busmess I389 SIlver Lane A lIgl'It heart IIves long orus I I C us 2 Club 3 MIxed CI'IoIr 4 Sport N ht I 1 'B' NORMAN L GAGNON Norm PractIcaI 95 Park Avenue Large of stature bIg of heart ARLEEN L GALE Arleen College 23 SpauIdIng C rcle She pl ys the game of IIIe as only a good sport can seball I A Bagket VV IU U I am 3 PesIdent A Grls AthIetIcs I 4 S N ht I 2 3 SwImr'nIng u Table Tenms Tennts ub 3 Volleyball I 2 29 T I ' y Pat C -J, J I 2 C I f e a ,, - A "Gt ' e , bu QI s eg 'II V . . E. 7 ' g B nk , ., 'S' ' ' 4 ' 3, Q I , A - E- :II 4? ' F I I, Ch 2, I B I 5 In I - I 3, A, Folk ' , , F. B. C- J I If GI I' 2, L, A. 4, GIIIS' AIIIIQIICS I, 2, 3, I I Jun or Iss cal e g 2, 3, I 7 K ' 1' 2, U LatI Club 2, 3, ' y A - 3: ' I 2 ' ed s st I, M ed Cho' 3, Sd- Ch - I p,IO, 21 3' I por, ,N e f CI b 3, , ' ' Q Nig , I , C-I s-sw, Club A, nn's Club 2, 3. I, Ie ' CI I et CI b , 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, .P : Is . , I A t , , 4, eball I, H I I 2' 31 I Y Yah I km- Ch -, hor All , Glee , . , ball I, 4, lass Basketball I, 2, ,g I I 'Sli . , A ' ' f I 2: SI ' . , 2, 4. f Q , it 1' an Ch I, ' I , U I " , I l I . . A v , K I gr I ' 5 si! " ' ' ' ' Ba , 2, 3, : ball ' I, 2, 3, Bo I' g Cl b 2, 3, I, I ' R I , Dr'lI Te , G. A. C 3, A, i . f ' I I ' ' I , 2, 3, 4, G, I.. C. 3, 1 port ig , , , ' ' CI b 2, 3, ' 4, ' Cl I I I 3, A. JAMES E. GAREN Jim Practical 8 Daniel Street "A credit to his ancestors." Class Basketball 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Historian A, Glee Club I, Masquers l, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 4- P ot 2 3 4 Track Team 4 STEVEN GARTNER Steven College 64 Evans Avenue A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds Honor Society 4 MARY C GEARY Mary College 4lO Burnside Avenue I am a woman l count noth ing human indifferent to me AGE 3 Bicycling 2 Chorus 2 3 Future Teachers Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Janus A ROBERT F GEMME 0 Practical 65 Hockanurn Court Mischief is kung and l am its slave B s etball 2 BLC 3 4 Tr as urer 4 Class Basketball 2 3 A Janus A 3 rd' THERESA N GINGRAS Terry Business 90 Phelps Street A noble worker trustworthy and kind E 3 Bow ing Club Glee Club 3 Janus 4 Junior Executive Board 3 Travel Club ARLEEN A GIROUARD Arleen College 96 Forbes Street Plan for tomorrow for today is yesterday and will never come again AGE 4 Baseball 2 Chorus I Field Ho ey 2 Futu Teachers Club 3 4 Masquers 3 4 Sport Night 4 Stu ent Council l Swimming Club 2 Tennis Club 3 Volleyball 2 N GRETCHEN A. GENDRON Gretchen College 20 High Court "She who sings discourages her ills." International Relations Club 4: Mask and Wig Club 3, Masquers 4, Photography Club 3, 4, Pilot , 4' Scien e Cub 2, . CAROL A GEORGE Carol Practical 5l Burnbrook Road She worked among us did much said little AudioVisual Ads 3 4 Vce President 3 President 4 Mas quers 2 PHILIP I GOTT I Practncal AAI Mann Street Every man as a volume If you know how to read hum Basketball 2 Chorus I I Class Basketball I Football 2 ROBERT R GRAVELINE Rabbut Practncal 645 Burnsude Avenue ' Worry and I have never met ' Class Basketball I BEF? ARD A GL!-FS B rni S J ng of th le lo ass asketball Trac Team 2 ALAN S GOLDEN Practrcal I26 Dulre Cnrcle A handsome Iac a boyush gran someone s heart he s sure to wan C 3 Class Basket a otball PETEPJ GREENE e College E2 Snadfcrest Dr There rs no d plorvacy Irke srlence Transferred from St Josephs Cathedral Baseball 2 Chorus I C orus ll Class Basketball 3 A Latun Club A Student Coun cal 3 Swlmmmg Team I NANCY A GRIMASON Nan College I8-1 Green Manor Drlve Good natured good sport full of fun none other luke her under the sun Transferred from Manchester Hug French Club 4 Future eachers Club 4 Gnrs semble 4 Muxed Chonr 4 'P X Q-.1 WTAE Ja: JOHN P GROMAN Jack Practucal A2 Church Street Hts lambs are cast In manly mold for hardy sports or contest bold Band 2 Baseball 3 A Basket 2 ootball I 4 c estra I 2 ANTOINETTE C GUASTAMACHIO Gus Busmess 45 McKee Street "It as what we do and what we thunk that make us what we are ' 31 JOSEPH C GUINAN oe College 7 Ptnecrest Druve I have oft heard len ed llttle sand as soonest mended Chorus I Football 3 Glee Club 3 MIX d Chotr 3 SANDRA L GULLOTTA Sandy Buslness I5 Hanmer Street Personalnty as the road to success Apparatus Club 3 4 Badrmn n B a A Bowlmg I 2 3 A Cho G 4 etlcs I 2 G mnastucs I 2 3 4 Janus I 2 3 4 Mixed Cho1r3 4 S ort Ta e nnls ub 3 4 Tennns Club 3 Volleyball JOYCE G HADLOCK oy Practucal I72 Mann Street An ounce of mnrth es worth a pound of sorrow RICHARD F HAGEARTY Duck College I39 Prospect Street To be born with the gnft of laughter ns to be one of fortune s favorutes Audno Vusual Auds 2 3 C Basketball 2 3 4, Janus 3 A Lnbrary Assnstant 4 Masquers A Photography Club 3 4, Tennus Team 3 4 Track Team 2 BERTHA A HAUET Bert Busmess 28 Wlndung Lane And those who are wuth her from day to day never have a solltary way Basketball I Chorus I Chorus nclng I BLA Gnrls Ensemble 3 4 Hon r Socnety 3 4 Janus 3 Lubrary Assnstant I 2 Muxed Chour 3 4 Secretary 4 Sport N ght I 2 ALICIA D HAYDEN ee College 3l Hanmer Street Her volce was ever gentle and soft an excellent thnng In a woman Chorus I, Glee Club 3 Mlxed Chonr A 32 NEIL M HAGERTY Net College 72 Stanley Street He us a man of a few thou sand words and all are cushnoned wlth laughter Bas etball 2 3 A Boys ead ers Club A Class Basketball 2 Cross Country Team 3 4 I ternatnonal Relatnons Club 4 Janus 4 Sensor Executlve Board MILDRED R HALL Mnllle Busmess 39 Rector Street That understandmg ns the noblest whuch knows not all but the best thungs E 3 4 Archery Club Badmunton 2 3 4 Baseball I asketball I 2 3 4 o Club I 3 4 Choru orus ll F B L A 4 G A Grs Athletucs I 2 3 4 G C A Glee Club 3 Honor Socuety t ght Swummmg Club I Table Ten nts Club 3 4 Tenms Club 4 vel Club I 4 Presndent 2 President 3 Vol e all I 1 J ll "Ana de- " ' - d 4 I I A . . U . . A I I , , , 'L - 2, , ' e A , 4. ' 1 I f I n' X . 4. ' 5 I ' ' , , fl:-s as . to 1, 2, 3, aslrera ll 1, 2, A-G-5 f I it QP 3, , ' , , , f ws ' ' ' ' lx, F,B.L.A. 4, .Ac , cms' ?f B 2' f r' f B Wlf Athl ' , , 3, 4, G.L.C. 4, L 3? 1 f ' f CSA' . . 5 .... 1 . . . 7 Y ffff I . . . - - , , ll' , , , 5 .l., . Night I, 2, 3, 4, sluaenlcsun- ' fi I f P , ' Ci' 3, bl Te - Cl I 2 4, Janus A, Library Asslstant I, I' . , ' ' 2, 3, Spor Ni 1, 2, 3, 4, I,2.3,4- I, , f' .'. j X Tra ' ', 2, 3, , vice "X I' I I I I ' W lyb , 2, 3, 4. all ' ,I . J . . ll, Folk os" , rf.. . Ag 7 ' ' , 1 O ' , ' ,I a , I I. V ' I . 'ls . Q. ' L ' - ' ' , , lass - I LYNN K HERSEY Lynn College l6O Holland Lane They bulld too low who bunld beneath the stars B n l 2 3 Chorusl Chorus Il Glee Club 3 Honor Socuety 3 A Janus 3 A EdutorlnC f A Gyrnnastlcs 3 A Masquers 3 A Muxed Chou A honal Thesplan Socnety 3 Orc estra l 2 Llbrarlan Pot 3 A SAA Collecor Sophomore Executlve Board Sport Nght 3 A KATHLEENJ HICKSON Kay College lO Phnllnps Street When In need call me I wall answer AGE 3 Badminton 3 A Bowl :ng Club 2 Chorus ll 2 3 Vlce Preslclent 3 Folk Danclng 3 A FBLA A GAC 3 A Girls' Athletics 2 3 A Glee Club A, Vnce President A, Gymnastlcs 2 3, A, Gurls' Leaders Club 3 A, Janus A, Pllot 2, Sport Nnght 2, 3 A, Travel Club 2 JOANN: C HEDRICK Joanne Buslness 66 Elm Street V S I SMVTTTTCY VTTOVIW E A Baton Tr A Bow ln C U5 TU .J Janus Mlxed Cholr A Roller Skatnng Sport Nght l 2 3 A Sw mnng Club l 2 Tumblmg Club 2 Volleyball 2 'VURIEL HELM Murnel College 8Al Burnsude Avenue Today Nell lnved makes yes terdaf a dream of happlness and tomorrow a vlslon of hope E 3 Archery Cub A Soclety 3 A Treasurer A Lnbrarf Asssstant 2 3 Secretary 2 Treasurer nn Cus non Club 3 A Stu ent Councll 2 DALE R HlGGlNS Da e Practlcal 60 Arbutus Street A quiet exterlor conceals much Transferred from Hartford R gnonal Technncal GARY R HIGGINS Gary Practlcal 60 Arbutus Street Isnt noisy loud or gay but Qnloys lafe In a quiet way Transferred from Ward s School of Electronncs L I ALFRED G HIGLEY Practncal A7 Columbus Curcle Let every man tend to as own affalrs Q f FRANK H HIGLEY Hn Practncal A7 Columbus Cnrcle man as wealthy If he can stull laugh B eball 2 3 A Class Bas t Fo al 3 A Bo Leaders Club 3 A Student Councul l, 2 "Joy tes ln me l'lre a - A.G, , 1, 2, 3, , firl- . f er l, 2, 3, 5 ' l' Q lub l, ff - - 2, 3, Chor I, Cho s ll, FB. L.A. 3, A, Girls' Athletics l, 2, 3, Ag cage ca b 3, 4, . . e' ' 2, i I, , , , im- : l , . - "He' ' ' , , X A.G. . , 1 l 7 FU. A . - ' .H "J ture Teachers' Club A, Honor , I , , 4, Jan- . , us 7 ' ' , , A, ' fl , Ag PA h' , , d J. V 4 ,,'-'s H A ' A Al ' 6 d , , 1 : 'Q L " h' If 7 I ,I I I' I me W V g . ll 2, , 5 ' l I 'Y g Na- . . . I 4: h , 5 ' ' I, il , 5 . . . T 37 I ' , ' 2' v l 1 - , ,Q . H ' I I ' HA . . A 4- I - 'V I , as , , 5 ke. ' I I I ' ball l, 2, otb ll, , g ys' PEARLIE HILL Buddy Busrness 91 Duke Cnrcle Labor conquers all thmgs Transferred from WestfIeld Hugh Band 2 Basketball 2 Baseball 2 Class Secretary 2 DANIEL R HOGAN Danny College 26 Crosby Street A pleasung person rs always deslred Class Basketball 2 3 Football I Student Councll 2 ,Rai WU' S' JANICE E HOLLAND an Busrness 754 Burnstde Avenue Her charm lues In the fact that she at need can gay or serrous be AGE 3 Baseball 2 Chorus I orus ll FBLA A Janu Masquers 2 3 A Mtx Chorr A Natronal Thesptan SO clety A Photography Club 3 Plot 3 Volleyball 2 ELSIE H HOUSTON Este Buslness 279 Srlver Lane She s a woman therefore to be won seball I, 2 3 A, Basket 4, Chorus I Chorus Il, Class Basketball I 2 3, Gtrls' Athlettcs I 2 3 Sport Nught 3 Volleyball I 2, 3 BARBARA E JAMES Barb Buslness 29 Harmony Street Softness of smtle mdtcates sweetness of character E Bow :ng C ub C orus I Chorus ll FBLA 3 Gymnastucs I 2 3 4 Dancrng 2 Janus 4 Mex d C our 3 A Roller Skatmg I ort Nrght I 2 A ng 2 3 EDWARD .l JAMIESON Jame College IO67 Forbes Street "Rhythm ts hts soul ' Band I 2 3, 4, Presrdent 4 JOAN C HULL Joanne Bustness 20 Comstock Place She wears a cloak of laughter A E 3 Chorus I Chorus II 2 3 Glee Club 4 Lrbrary As sustant 3 RAYMOND W HUTT ay College 385 Forest Street A modest man whose good deeds speak for htm B nd I 2 3 Baseb Il 4 Co Captaun 4 Boys Leaders Club 3 4 Secretary 3 4 Bas all I otball I Janus 4 Student Councul 3 4 Vrce Presodent3 4 Sophomore Executrve Board 2 Vtce Pres: dent 2 FLOYD L KELLEY Kelly Business 63 North Street For Satan tinds some mis chief for idle hands to B etball l 2 Football l JAMES KELLY Caribou Practical 77 Elm Street Life is short make it merry FRANK J, JULIANO Wrinkles College 60 Ranney Street "Honor bright and pathways set, l am a part of all l've met," Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Vice President 45 Glee Club 35 ln- ternational Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Janus A5 Masquers 45 Mixed Choir 45 Track Team 3, 45 Class Execu- tive Board 4. KEN J KASAVAGE Cabbage College 174 Ridgewood Road A mighty spirit good heart and as everyone knows muscles of iron B eball l 2 Football Golf Club 3 Track Team 3 JUDITH A. KELLY Judy Practical I8 Daniel Street "Life is a pleasant institution, let us take it as it comes." A.G.E, 35 Library Club 3, 45 Pin Cushion Club 3. LIBBY A KENNEDY Libby Practical 53 Phelps Street Politeness goes far yet costs nothing E 3 Chorus l 2 3 Club 4 Janus A Travel Club tt St? J a P' ,L A 1 WILLIAMS KENNEDY College 3l Olmstead Street e s ie an all thin show it l thought so once and now l know it a H Y l 4 Class all 2 3 Gamma HiY Glee Club 3 Mixed Choir 4 Plot 2 Student Council 3 4 Track Team 2 MARJORIE L KLATT Margie Business 84 Bedford Avenue What keen delights a quiet life aftords Chorus 'l 2 3 Girls Ath etics 2 Roller Skating 2 S or N t l Volleyball l , ' A,G.. , , , ,ci ' as , f 3, 4: . . ee L sv' lfl ' Bill ' 1 J "Lit l a ' st d ' gs ' ' aa." ' If ask t : . Alph i- ,3, 5 Bas- ketb , 5 '- 25 5 : l ' , 'fl :Fw Lf" t , : ' ' l ' l, 1 ' 5 p t igh 5 . 35 RICHARD J KOZMA Rich College 32 Ambrose Terrace Ye Immortal gods where In the world are we'9 Basketball 2 Class Basketball 2 International Relations Club 3 4 Photographv Club 3 4 Track Team 3 4 FRANCIS R KREGELSTEIN Kustom College 48 Carroll Road man hath no better thing to do than eat drink and be merry 'G' il JOHN E KUCKA Kuc College 84 Concord Street One who does his own thinking needs little advice Cross Country Team l Junior Red Cross T NORMAN R. LABBE Norm Practical -148 Burnside Avenue "Those move easiest who have learned to dance." ROBERT W LAVEY Bo College T60 Ellington Road He as a quiet man but quite a man Chorus l Chorus II Golf Club 4 Student Council 3 Track Team 2 Wrestling 2 THOMAS R. LEONE Tom College 29 Moore Avenue Sincerity is to speak as we think." Choru g Class Basketball 1 - Cross Country Team lg as- quers l, 2, Treasurer 25 Mixed Choir 2, 35 Science Club 25 Student Council lg Track Team l, 27 Class Executive Board l, 4. JOAN C LAGACE Do Dy Business l8 Easton Street Amiability shines by its own light Audio Visual Aids l Secretary l International Relations Club l Masquers l DIANE G l.aPLANT Busines 784 Tolland Street Fond of fun and fond ot toys but most of all she s fond of boys E Base a Baton wirler l Cap am Bowlung 2 Chorusl Girls Ath ics l 3 Sport Nig 3 4 Swimming l Volleyball l 2 Badamuntonl 2 Folk Danc in 2 LENORE C LEVY ee College I5 Edison Street Good humor is the sunshine of her mind AGE 3 A Archery 2 A e 2 B ball 2 Team 3 4 Co Captain 4 G A C I S etlcs Janus 4 Latin Club l Orc es Pm Cushion Club 3 Sport Night 2 3 4 Student Council 3 Swimming 2 Table Tennis 2 Tennis 2 Travel Club T Tumbling 2 Folk Dancing 3 4 Gymnasticsl ,.C. 3, 4, Badminton ' ie H ckey 2, 3, . MARGARET L. LIEGL Peggy Business 27 Shadycrest Drive Cheerful, helpful, and loyal- a true friend." Chorus I, II, Junior Red Cross 5 A y ub , , , VINCENT A. LERZ Vinny Practical l2l Roxbury Road A dashing cafalier Glee Club A NAHUM R LEVINE Nahum College T9 Claremont Street Good nature never lost a friend Chorus I Glee Club 2 3 Mas quers l Mixed Choir 4 u dent Council 2 Track Team T , :ig GLORIA E. LlGl'lT Glo Business TO Hockanum Drive Life is not life at all without delight C orus l 2 Glee Club 3 an u A Mixed Choir JOYCE D LOMBARDO Joyce Business ll7 Church Street Great oaks from little acorns grow C orus l 2 Volleyball l SHIRLEY C LONG Shir Business lOl Duke Circle Her hair a flaming meteor Chorus Ill Secretary 3 Student C uncil 2 3 BARBARA A. LUCAS Barb Business 29 Winding Lane Give me today and take tomorrow." seball I, - B etball , Chorus l, 2- Glee Club 4- Jun' ior Red Cross T' Swimming l, Soccer 2, Field Hockey 2. GORDON R MacFARlANE Gordon College A6 Elmer Street He speaks not a e thanks Baseball I MARVOURINE A MACIE Marv College It ts the gentle thoughtful heart that ts the happy heart AG E 3 4 Apparatus Club A Ba on Twnrler 2 3 4 Cho us 2 Future Teachers u tr 1 etucs A u 3 Masquers l reasurer 3 M ssc Club Nattonal Thesptan Socuety ot A Sport Nt 4 Table Tenn A Tennus 'W' LORRAINE H MacPHAlL Rene Busnness 789 Goodwtn Street She that ts of a merry heart hath a conttnual feast Apparatus Club 3 A Glee Club 3 Muxed Chonr 4 Sport Nnght 3 4 Tumbling 3 ARLENE S MADDEN ue College 53 Hannlton Road Yours ns the world Transferred from Glastonbury and Ea s t Hampton Htgh Schools Baclmtnton 2 A Base ball 2 3 Basketball 2 Baton Twtrlef 2 Bowltnq Club l Chorus ll Freshman Glu Club l Gtrls Athletucs l 2 3 -1 Glee Club 3 Honor Soctuy -1 Juntor Classrcal Lcaque A P 'ot 4 Sport Nlght 3 4 Swnntn nO Club J Table Tc-nnns Club 2 A Tennns l Tumbltng 3 Vol leyball l 2 3 A ' N. DONNA M MARKIE Dawn Busuness 564 Burnstde Avenue A golden hatred sunbeam AGE 3 Baseball l 2 Cho us A Masqu 4 S Nnght A Swummtng 2 Tennis DOLORES G MARQUES Do Busmess 687 Mann Street ' A good heart ts better than all the heads nn the world AGE 3 4 Archery 2 A, Bowltng 3 4, Chorus 3 F BLA 3 4 Baseball 3 Gnrls Athletncs 2 3 4 Janus -4 Lnbrary Assnst ant 3 Ptlot 3 A Sport Nnght 2 3 A Table Tenms A Tennus 2 4 Travel Club 2 3 Folk Danctng 3 Badminton 2 3 4, Gyrnnasttcs 2 3 A a RICHARD W MANTOS Ruch Practtcal 140 Woodlawn Ctrcle Im not lazy Im conservtng my energy for future use JOAN C MARINELLI Busuness 398 Park Avenue Ready for mlschlef ready for fun wrllung to talk to anyone AGE 3 Basketball I Chorus s Llbrary Asststant l Sport Ntght 2 3 A Student Cou cu Swummnng l Volleyball I 2 " Il tt if A U A A ' 2 3 , 14 4. Le , 4- l 2:33. t .L it M I ' ,y . N f-5 4 A 32,-Aj 4 A 'lffifii 'J 5 Foley Circle . . 4 f' ' 'll , f Jo ' .t. . ,-, I I I Y , H ' I I 1, , ' ct b , y -- 4, G' 15' Ant ' 3, , olee 3 g CI b , , 2, 3, 4, 4 h l T . f ,U . jf 1, 3, F.B.L.A. lg Jana 3, 4, gil 't, 2, 3, 4 'gat ' L I , I ' n .I 1: 3, 4. ' ' ' H ' . ,, . . . g , 5 r 6 ' T- F.B.L.A, 3 - ers l Nd , t , , We I V ' 7 Q 2, 37 Pilot l, 2, 3, 5 I port 4 , g ' . 2. ' I ,V K ' ' S . RICHARD W MCCARIHY Mac Business IA Goodwin Street It is not what a rnan has nor what he does which directly expresses his worth otball I 2 3 A CoCapa ack Team 2 B L C 2 C ass Executive Board 3 A Vice President 3 A MARJORIEJ MCGINLEY Margie Business 32 Kenyon Place In every place I Gnd a friend B nninton I 2 Basketball I Bowling Club 3 Chorus 2 3 M squers 2 3 A Roller at Cub S ort Ni t Tabe Tennis Club 2 Volley PATRICK A MARTIN Marty Practical I2A Woodlawn Circle "He that mischief hatcheth, mischief catchethf' ANN F. McALLlSTER Annie Business l38 Gilbert Street A cheerful temper with anno :ence will make beauty at tractive knowledge delightful and wit good natured A E 3 A President A Bowl f-a FBLA3 APrestdentAGAC Honor Society A Janus Business Manager A Library ssistants 3 A Treasurer Mixed Choir 3 A Assistant L b anan 3 Plot 3 A Busine s M nager A Sport Night I 2 3 A Student Council A Tumb lin 3 A GLC A Secretary A JOAN E NCHUGH Mac Business A Howard Court "I-'lortoen were trade to converse " Basketball 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, Li- brary Assistants A, Pilot 2, 3, Ag Sport Night 3, A, Tennis Club A BARRY D MCKELVEY Tooker Practical A6 Woodlawn Circle Nothing hurries me nothing worries me U 0 Club I Bas et all Class Basketball 2 Football Ns... 1 JOHN P McMANUS John Practical A5 Colt Street Men are measured by their worth JOSEPH W MILCHENSKI ce Practical 27 Hockanum Drive Qualities like his are always in demand A o Club I Chess ub Class Basketball I Football Basketball 2 Bowling Club Class Basketball 2 3 EDWARD J MONTOVANI Edward College ll Larana Avenue ln quletness and confidence shall be your strength Bowlmg Club 3 Class Basket ball l Student Councll 2 BARBARA M MORLOCK Barb College l47 Smnth Drnve The qulet sweetness that pleases her Transferred from Murdock Hugh School Basketball l Bowlung Cu 3 4 French Club 3 ture Teachers Club 3 4 Glee Club l Internatronal Relatuons Club 4 Scuence Club 4 ,ff ,af STANLEY G MOWEL Stan Practxcal 20 Jencks Street Life as a happy thrng Class Basketball 2 Karen College l9O Naubuc Avenue The heart to conceuve the understandmg to dlrect the hand to execute AGE 3 4 Audlo Vnsual Alds 3 Secre ar 2 Ice Presudent 3 Baseball 2 3 4 Ba etballl 2 3 4 Bow ng u 3 4 Cheerleader Chorus l 2 Future Teachers u 3 4 C 4 A etrcsl 2 3 4 Glee b 3, Golf Club 3 Honor Socuety , 4 Secretary 4 Janus 3 Muxed Chorr 4, Assnstant Llbra n 4, Pulot l 2 3 4 Featu Edrtor 3, Grrls Sports Edntor , port Nught l 4, Captaun 3, Team Captann 4, Stu nt Councrl l 2 4 respondung Secretary 3 , Swummnng Club l Table Ten Club l 2 Tennus Clu , T 3 um :ng Club 2 3 4 Volley , , 4 Tr ur r 3 , G rnnastlcs , , Folk Dancung l Badmnnton l 2, Class Executlve Board 2 3 ELEANOR M MUSINSKI Busuness 488 Park Avenue I ll speak In a monstrous lrttle volce Bas etball l 2 3 4 Bow ang 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 GAC Gurls thletncs l Roller Skatmg Club 2 Sport n t I 2 3 4 Swlmmr Club 2 4 Table Tenms Club al mnastucs l 2 3 4 nton l 2 BLANCHEJ NARTOWlCZ Blanche Buslness 5 Cherry Street "The unspoken word never does harm Bowlnng Club 4, Chorus 3, ot 3 GARY E MURCH Murch Practlcal 70 Saunders Street e world us all before me Basketball l Manager l MICHAEL L MURRAY Mrke College 34 Adams Street l argue wuth no man s opumon I have some of my own 3.0 dh- . I Q ,.-rh . L is r -if'4'fY" -ff ' I b ', , ' , ru- "4, ' ' I , 1 4 X ' ,, : - ll RW H A A - EI ' lr , , , : l' KAREN A- MOYNIHAN Club 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, ' ' A ' , i, 5,'4, ' ' I N'gh , , , : I' 'UQ ,Q ' v .. , , ' -' A 1, 4, Moneyb I 1, 2, 3, 4, l g l. 2, , ' Y f V' - Gy ' , , , , Bad- ' I r , I mi , , 3, 4, G.L.C. 3, 4. sk , , , 5 li Cl b , 5 4, cub ,',cSA.. 3, , own' ' thl ' , , , 7 Clu 3 V I : . 4: ria ' ' ,,,, res ' , 'L 4- S ' , 2, 3, Co- de ' , , 3, , Cor- ,, . V A. I . 7 , nis , : I ' b 2, Pil , 4, X ', 3 4, ravel Club 2, , T - : bl , , , ban Q: l, 2 3 4, 3, , 665- e , 4- y ' l 2' 'N l X 5 1 l ' , L l I CAROL A NEWMAN Carol College A3 Francls Street Small nn stature but great n that whnch makes for character E A Bowlnng Clu orus l 2 Gymnastucs Gnrls Ensemble A Honor So n y 3 .l n asquers l 2 A Mnxe Chonr 3 4 Natuonal Thesplan clety 3 A ot Sport Nught A Stutdent Coun BARBARA J NICHOLS Nick Practlcal 250 Woodlawn Clrcle What as there to llve for but sports? Archery Club 2 Apparatus Club aseball Baske a Bowllng Club 3 Gnrls Athletacs Jumor Red Cross l Ro Skatnng Club l Sport Nlght A Swimming Club l Tennis Club Tumbnng Club A Vo b A QONALDE NELSON Nels Pract Cal 185 Burnsmie ference "Silence is a trig-nd -who never betrafsf Track Team- A DAVID A NEIWIPON Dave College l6 Walter Place You cant keep a good man down aseball 2 Bowllng Cub Debatnng Club A French Club 2 Chorus l Executlve Boar International Relatnons Club A Janus Stat? A MlCHAEl. J, NICHOLS f,"lre Cgllogg 59 Mallard D' JE' "l'rn dirnir1ut've,but l'm deterr"7ned." Baseball I, 2. ALAN M, NOBLE College lO2 Orchard Street can e sernous but ou lvnow my fun must have a lnttle s ow Boys Quartet A Cross Coun r am oot a Cworus l Glee Club 2 Muxed our 3 A Su ce Club Student Councnl 3 Track Team r'-94 4 379 JAMES P NOE um Practucal 63 Susson Street Earnestness alone makes lute and eternity AuduoVnsual Ads l Band HELLEVl A NOIRE Hellevl Business 6l Conn Boulevard Snlence suggests a thmknng mnnd Transferred from Canton Hugh School lndustrlal Arts l ra 'cs l Pre C b ord Club 3 Drlver Trannlng 3 V ' L Al "I b ' , y , B 5 l l 45 ' 5 . ' 1 v , Te lg F b Il 2, 3, : 2 ' - Cl ' : : ' 4: A ' Ch ' , g c'en l, 25 I l 2, 3, 4. ' -ti ,, . I i J' ' A.G.. 3, 5 A b 31 l l ru Ch 1 1 4 4: ' - ' i 5 l, ' ' 7 - 2, 3, A. cet , Ag a us Stat? 2, Ag ' M , , 3, g ' d So' ',',Ptl 1,2,3,4, cil I. l x v - Q Tf efi . 1 w e fi" I ff 533145 I .QFIEL 55. g, g gif? 3 11.3 F . . gl V f 4 Q F2345 . . 2, a J, tb ll Ag . ' , D . ' p ' ' ' mat' ,2g ss lu 1gRec- A: ' g ller : ' ' ' . 2, " l , Iley- all , , V 41 MICHAEL W NORTON Mike Practical T Woodlawn Circle Genuine as a thumbprtnt Class Basketball I GAIL P OATWAY T70 Smith Drive Gai College A gay good nature sparkles in her eyes Transferred from Ellsworth High 1 2 Foxcroft Academy 2 N w p rt High 2 Baseball 2 B ln all l 2 Bowling Club 3 4 Cheerleader 2 Debating u l 2 Frenc Club 4 u ture Teachers Club 3 4 Glee Club 4 International Relations Club 4 Latin Club 2 Scuence Club 4 Sport Night 4 MARION L O BRIEN Marion Practical 46 Risley Street all of God s creatures give me man' Chorus 2 WILLIAM R. O'BRlEN Willie College I5 Bellow Street "Life is short, but there is always time for friends," Xu BETTYE A O KEEFE Bets Business 32 Bidwell Avenue Srnceruty ts a lewel rarely found C orus l l 2 Janus Staff 2 3 4 Typmg Chairman 4 Library Asistant T 2 3 Secretary 3 Plot 2 Sophomore Executive Board YVONNE H. OLDING Vonnie Business 55 Chapel Street ' No gems, no gold, she needs to wear, she shines intrinsically fair." A.G,E. 3, 47 Bowling Club 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Mixed Choir Ag Pilot 3, Sport Night l, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis Club 4g Travel Club l, Gymnastics l, 2, 3, 4. JAMESL OCONNELL Jimo Practical 78 Terrace Avenue M n is master of has ae etball 1 3 4 Co in otball 4 Captain Chorus I Janus Staff 4 Student Council l 2 3 Track Team 3 Boys Leaders Cub Sophomore President WILMA C O CONNELL Willie BU5lrt9S5 78 Terrace Avenue Amid her many honors won she still has time for E 3 Baseball 2 3 4 all 4 Chorus I FBLA Chorus ll GAC 3 4 mlnton l 2 4 Field Hockey l Girls Athlettcs 3 4 Janus Staff 2 3 4 Mnxed Choir 4 S rt N t I 2 3 4 CoCaptatn 3 Captain 4 Student Council 2 a e Tennis Club 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 Gymnastics 2 3 4 Executive Board ALICE L OVEREND Dolly Bustness 27 Indtan Hull A bundle of rmschuef an ocean of sm1Ies Apparatus Club A Baseball l a Bowlmg Club A Chorus I 2 3 Drull Team A Roller Skatlng u I r 1 3 A Swlrnmlng Club A, Table Tennus Club A Travel Club I, Tumblnng Club A Volleyball I 2 3 A, Soccer I 3 Fneld Hockey I 2 JOANNE A PALUMBO JO Busmess A33 Brewer Street "See what grace was seated on thus brow AGE I Apparatus Club A, Baseball I 2 3, Chorus I, Mnxed Cholr 2 3, Sport Nsght I 2 3 A Student Councll T Swnmrnmg Club I 2, Gymnas t1cs 3 JEANNE M OLIVA Jean Busuness 26 Goodnm Plac Var1et,f alone ow s lo 1n e E 3 A Chow II Chor Gsrls Ensem e lntema tnonal Relatnons Club A Janus a 2 3 A Lnbrarf Assnsta uers d nt A M1xed Chotr 3 A a taonal Thesp1an S c1et,f 2 3 cretary A Plot I ort Ntght I A Ten 1 Club A Gyrnnastucs A ANNE MARIE E OUELLETTE Ann Busuness 5lO Brewer Street Neatness 15 the steppung stone to personalnty Chorus 2 Glee Club A NANCY R PARKER Jan Busmess AA Htgbte Drsv The thtng that costs the least does the st s p as1ng srwl E A Bowm Clu A Chorus 3 Internatnonal Rela tlons Club A Janus Staff 3 A Lubrary Assnstant 3 Masquers 3 A Secretary A Natnona Thespuan S clety A Pulot 2 3 A Sw1mmxng Club 2 Tenms u 3 SAA Collec Badmunton 2 LOUIS PATRIA ou College 7 Elsworth Street A loyal frtend and earnest student Baseball 2 Chorus I French Club 3 Honor Soclety A Stu dent Counctl 3 A Boys Lead ers Club A eff 5552 36 JOAN A PASTULA Do Busuness 547 Forbes Street e waves of her hanr are as deep as those of the ocean E 3 orus 2 Janu Staff A Sclence Club 3 Swum mung Club 3 Tenms Club 3 vel Club 2 3 SAA Iector WILLIAM F PEARCE W1ld B1ll Practtcal I2 Orchard Terrace "Lute IS a stage on whnch we all must play a part Auto Club A, Orchestra I, 2, 3 43 I ' ' - I, A 3' . ' ,3 . . , 8 ':. ,, . X Q J. Q H V A Y I llf H and mo i a 4 ' A,G. . , 7 vs g us le ' 'ef' lg ' ' D bl 4: - A.G.. 3, , 1' g tb 3, A S1 f-T , , , ', I ' nt -I I. l T, Ag Masq I, 2.3, A, Pfesi- 4 - I .e I I . I. I I N - 2' ' ' I I l O I 1 1 ' 0 ' z ' 1 , A, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, . ' ' i ' Se 1 I 12. 3110 CI b ,4, . .. tor 1, S Sp ' , 2, 3, 5 nts - H : . ,E ff f' aw,-H Af-M , 2 ff f' gl'z,g:?f?g?f:,,g 4 g fr L . ' ' 1 . , x .E .t ' ' ll ' 1 , "th ' 2, 3, Ag Basketb ll 1, 2, 3, 4, 'n : 14 1 E A.G.. , Ch l, , s cl b ,2, spat Nsghf 1, 2, - ' , - ' 11" ' 1 Tra ,,..,Col- AURORE T PELLETIER Madame Busaness 36 Rrsley Street Beauty ns truth truth beauty that as all ye know and all ye need to know Chorus I Garls Ensemble A Mnxed Chour 3 A YOLANDE PELLETIER YoYo Busnness 36 Rlsley Street We know her by her honest heart and gentle soul Orchestra 3 Tennls Club I 3 PAUL F PETERSON Pete Busnness I5 Columbus Cvrcle If only everyone understood me as I do' Audao Visual Ands 3 Chnef Op erator 3 Chess Club 2 3 Glee Club 2 Janus Staff 2 3 Mas ers I 2 Mlxed Chour I 3 Scuence Club I 2 3 Secre tary 2 Vuce Presudent 3 WILLIAM A PHILLIPS I83I Mann Street Bashfulness us ornament of youth ' Track Team I 'Y' K GARY G PIZZITOLA Plzzy Practlcal I40 Maple Street Thou hast wut at wnll Chorus 2 Track Team I Asslst ant Manager ALEXANDER F PLEFKA Practical IOO Latlmer Street I take arms agamst a sea of troubles and by opposing cannot end them ' Baseball 2 3 4, Basketball I, Chorus I 44 ROBERT T PILKIN Punky Practucal 7 Harmony Street Sngh no more Iadnes men were deceuvers ever Baseball I Basketball I Class Basketball I CoCaptam THOMAS S PISZCHALA Tom Practucal 23 Nassau Crrcle ln he book of lufe are many great men there we wlll Gnd our Tom I - ' . . . ' H - 4 II I . A I I 4 , ' :je ' V X, z v ' ,. ll ' ,X . I as . 4 se .b , ug , ,. 2 , z . , QU , : , 2, ' ' : , , , - - AI - Bill N ' " ' an ' , CAROL A RAFFA Care College 92 Roxburry Road Her vlvacnty as portrayed by her dark halr E 3 4 Archery Club Apparatus Club A Chorus 2 French Club 2 Gurls Athletucs Latnn Club 3 Llbr sststant I Muxed Cholr A Roller Slcatln Club 3 Sport Ntght A Swurn mung Club 3 Tumblnng Club 4 JAMES K RAMSEY lm Practlcal I2 Edtson Street Let the world slnde KENNETH J. PLODZIK Ken College 24 Higbie Drive "The good men do, is often interred with their bones." Chorus I, Football 2g Glee Club lg Golf Club 25 Mixed Choir lg Student Council 2. CLAIRE W QUESNETTE Claure Practucal l25 Mtlbrook Drlve Her ways are ways of leasantness orus I Gtr s Athle :cs ort Nlght A EDWARD RAMUNNO Ed College I8 Lincoln Street "l cannot bear to learn for it is like a whip to me," ANNE E RATAIC Annue Practncal 55 Salem Road Energy and perseverance lnght the stalrway to success E 3 u Janus Staff A Masquers 2 3 Mtxed Choir 4 Sport Nught 4 Swlmmung Club 3 r ELIZABETH A REARDON Betty Busmess 44 Kung Court If she had an evnl thought s e spoke no word of It A E 3 4 Archery Club A owing Club A Chorus I C orus I Glee Club 3 nter natlonal Relatuons Club 4 Pnlot A Scuence Club 4 Tenms u 3 T v 4 Badmmton 3 4 NANCY A REED Nan Buszness 227 Woodycrest Drive Professor of Merrument orus II Chorus I Pnlot RUTH A, REED Ruthie Practical lO5 Norman Road "A worthy lass is she." DAVID T, REMES Rems College 21 Cannon Road Good humor is the health of the soul Band l 2 Cross Country Team 4 Tennis Club 3 Track Team S. ae-lf MlCHAEL W REPOl.l i College l68 Chester Street He set his mind upon the goal and not the prize ha H Y 2 3 Basketball otball l DONNA F RICCARDO ic Business 5l Ronner Drive Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well seball l A Basket Bow in C u orus l Tear LA rs Athletics l 4 Ro at ng l S ht wirtrting C ub A Collector l 3 VO e President Bank ng 3 4 Sopho more Executive Board CYNTl'llA A ROBIDOUX Cindy Business TAT Cambridge Drive e that is fair and nev proud had tongue at will yet was never loud E 3 4 Bowling Club French Club 3 Girls Athletics 2 3 4 Janus Staff A S Night 4 Travel Club A BRUCE P ROBINSON Bruce College 56 Htgbte Drive H s lite is forttfed by many lriendsh ps seball 2 Janu Sta CAROLE J. RICCIO Ric Business 353 Brewer Street "She opens her mouth with wisdom and her tongue is the law of kindness." Archery Club 2, 3, Apparatus Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 2g Cheerleader -ig Drill Team 3, F.B.L,A. 3, A, Chorus I, GAC. 4, Future Teachers' Club 35 Girls' Athletics l, 2, 3, Ai Janus Staff 4, Pilot 3, Ag Science Club 3, Sport Night l, 2, 3, A, Student Council 3, Swimming Club 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 3, Tumbling Club 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4g Sopho- more Executive Board, Secre- tary 2. VERONlCA A RIVARD ROUIWI6 Business lb .lencks Street A star moves not outside its sphere Drill Team 3 L Q Q ELLEN M RUSSELL Ellen Business 345 Brewer Street am as you would say a fun loving girl JAMES G, RYAN im Practical 396 Brewer Street 'Booksl 'Tis a dull and endless strife!" Student Council 25 Track Team l. ' X JEAN D ROSS Jean Business 483 Burnside Avenue Let 'oy be unconflned Pilot 3 LARRY L RUBENSTEIN Gubie Practical 46 Lawrence Street ie would be meaningless f we had nothing to fight for now and then Science Club l MARY ELLEN ST GERMAN E en Business I5 Stanley Street Pleased with my little corner of the earth Sport Night 4 Volleyball 4 Badminton 4 Transferred from Caribou High School Caribou Maine Future Homemaker: of America I Accordion Band 2 Music Appreciation Club 2 ANN l SANFORD Satch Practical 2l Kenyon Place Look she is winding up the watch of her wit by and by it will strike A E 3 4 Archery Club 2 3 Bowling Club 2 Girls Ath ics l 2 3 4 lnternatio Relations Club l 2 Janus Staff Masquers 2 3 4 Pilot l 4 Pin Cushi n Cub 3 Secretary 3 4 Roller Skating Club 2 Science Club l Secre l Sport Night 4 Swimming 'l 2 Tennis Club 2 3 Volleyball 1 2 Gymnas s 2 3 4 Class Execu Board l 2 3 Treasurer 2 fn icrvip' 'war ROBERT C SANVILLE Bob Practical 25 Higbie Drive He who laughs last laughs best Audio Visual Aids 3 Chorus 4 Orchestra l NORMA J. SCHARLACKEN Norma Business 2 Woodlawn Circle Whatever is, is right. A.G.E. 4' Archery Club 4- Ap- paratus Club 4- Baseball 3- Basketball l 25 Bowling Club ' C orus I, 25 Drill Team - Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4- Bad- minton 2, 45 Girls' Athletics I, 2, 3, -45 Roller Skating Club 25 Sport Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Ten- nis Club 45 Travel Club l5 Vol- leyball l, 2, 3, 4. RICHARDJ SCHARLACKEN Duck College 2 Woodlawn Ctrcle Hts educatlon us pugsktn deep Class Basketball l Football 2 A lnternatuonal Relatuons CU 4 Literary Club 4 o tography Club A Student Coun cl 2 Track Team 3 RUSSELL W SCHLATTER Russ Practical 523 Burnsude Avenue Honor lnes In honest toll orus I GI e Club 2 ternattonal Relatnons Club l I2 3 4 Janus Staff A Masquers 3 A Mlxed Chonr A t H ' ,LF 9, f is-.Sage DONALD B SCHLETCHER Don Practtcal 72 Kung Court Gentle of speech beneficnent of rr und Class Basketball 2 Track Te m PETER E SCOTT e College 76 Mull Road My legs can keep no pace wnth my destres aeball l Tennts Club LLOYD C SESSIONS Lloyd Practlcal 21 Landen Street For hts heart as luke the sea ever open brave and free LEEWOOD SHAW ee College lllO Burnside Avenue Why be Sad when the world s gone mud .WL ALLAN P SENNA College 326 Mann Street Men are not measured by mches Audlo Vusual Auds l Class Bas ketball 2 Football 3 Chorus l Glee Club 2 Mnxed Chour 3 4 ALBERT H SERVANT Practncal 3Ol Hugh Street Men s deeds are an Intro ductuon to thenr character Auto Club 3 Bowlung Club Chorus I Track Team 3 'lv LEIGH D SINNAMON Letgh College 30 Oakwood Street The devtl ts a gentleman Chorus l Glee Club 2 3 DONNA L SKEHAN Don College When I rest l rust E Bow In C u Cheerleader A Chorus 2 GAC Trea u G Gtrls Leaders Club 3 4 Gtrls ettcs 2 3 4 Glee Club Secretary 3 Janus StafT 3 A Adverttstng Chatrman A Mtxed our A Sport Ntght 2 3 Student Counctl Alternate 2 Tennts Club 3 4 Head of Ten nts Club 4 Executtve Board 3 Treasurer of Class 3 Ji-MES E SHEEHY JOYCE A SLOCUTA Joy College 99 '.'ttt.-acod Road Red Practtcal Th SO Lawrence Street "Never do today .what you can do tornorro.-.'." Baseball 2 JOSEPH A SILVA oe College 121 Prospect Street Our toast to 1 mtn wttlt a song and 1 svmle s Q lartet 2 A Clas x ull C orus Mtxe Cltosr 3 4 MUSIC Club 3 VICE- Prestdent of Mtxed Chotr A " Cf are newer alone .alto are accorrpanted by noble tncoghts " AGE. 3g Archery Club 2g t French Club 35 Chorus l, G,'rn- , nastlcs lg Mixed Cnotr 2, Sport ' Ntght l. ROGER W SLOCUM Dodge College A03 Forbes Street ln thts fools paradtse he drunk deltght Fotball 3 Track Team 2 X I . ef, , , 4 rg ' BARRY W SMALL In College l64 Benton Street Hts worth ts warrant for hrs welcome Cleft Club 2 Track Team RICHARD J SMITH Srnttty Practtcal 68 Whtttng Road Take rn as I am for shall never change J Boy' L - , 5 s Bfs- L . K ll" I ketb. 2g h lg ' d , Q . A , V 0 1 . H - - 1, F' If I 'H ,, : 3. T499 Main Street 5 A.G. . 35 ll g l b 25 3, 45 s rer of Atlnl ' , , p I l 3, . Ch ' , ' l, , 4, L ll - I " e , l ' 1 f 49 ' a DONNA M SPARVERI Don Bustness 383 Prospect Street Charmtng tn manner gracnous un smtle E Ba Tw: er Bowlmg Club I Chorus I Glee Club 3 Mtxed Chotr Ro er Skatnng Club I S ort Ntght I 2 Swummmg Club I SAA Collector 2 3 LAWRENCE J SPENCER Larry Practucal 26 Morrns Court Quletness as usually corrected by good sense i CAROLYN A STARSES Carol Bustness BO Gulbert Street You have to belteve an happl ness or happuness never comes Bowling Club 2 3 4 AGE Chorus I Gtrls Athletncs 2 4 Ptlot 4 Sport Ntght 2 3 Student Council 3 4 Gymnas s ANNE G STASKO Anne Busmess 5l Great Hull Road Charm stnkes one s stght E 3 us tr Ensemble 4 Janus Staft 2 Mixed Choir 3 4 Sport Ntght KENNETH J STOWELL en College IO2 O Connell Street Blond angels are sometumes devtls A o Club 3 A Baseb Il orus I ee ub Muxed Chour A Track Team 2 SHIRLEY F STRONG Shtr Bustness 860 Oak Street Perpetual Motnon Ba on Twtrlerl 2 3 Co ap tam 3 Cheerleader A Chorus l I ettcs Glee Club 4 Juntor Red Cross Student Councul 2 Table Tennus u I 2 Tumblmg Clubl Volleyball 2 Sophomore Execu tnve Board 2 JOYCE A STIRLING oy Busmess I24 Btrchwood Road She was always danng and vnvacuous ever laughtng and audacnous E 3 C orus ll Cho l Glee Club 3 Janus Staff 4 Mtxad Chonr A Roller Skating I Swnmrmng Clubl 2 S A Collector 4 BARBARA A STONE Barb College 549 Burnslde Avenue M whnm as for frolnc and as non y taste as or letters and art A E 3 Basketball I Fuue Teachers Club 3 Honor Soctety 3 4 Janus Staff 4 Masquers 2 3 A Nattonal Thes n n Soctety 3 A President A Pulot I 2 Sport Nught 3 4 Student unctl I 2 3 4 Recor I Secretary 3 A Volleyball I M .. I f l ' 5 Q3 .. Lfi A DAVlD N TAYLOR Dave College 59 Long Hill Road A friend may well be reck oned the masterpiece of Nature C orus I Class Basketball T Gee Club 2 Masquers 1 2 ixed Chotr 3 P o Senior Executive Board GAlL T TAYLOR Gai College 2l John Street The essence of femininity i Team 3 C u 3 Janus Staff 4 Mixed Choir A Photography Club 3 Sport Night 2 Student Council 2 3 Gymnastics 2 MARY A. SULLIVAN Alice Business 51 Bissell Street "Born to pleasure and delight and scatters it where'er she goes." Chorus 25 Library Assistant lg Sport Night 2. PICHARD F TANTILLO Dick Practical 22 Willys Street Every man is a little world DOLORES L. TESSIER Dolly Business 68 Suffolk Drive "A smile is her sword." A.G.E. 45 Baton Twirler 25 Chorus T, 2g French Club 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4g Glee Club 3, Ag Roller Skating Club 2, 3g Swimming Club lg Volleyball l, 2g Drum Maiorette 2g Bank- ing Teller A. CARMELLA A. THlBODEAU Carmella Business 427 Silver Lane Knowledge comes wisdom lingers Archery Club A Bowling Club A Honor Society 3 ence Club A Table Tennis Club A Publicity Chairman Banking Committee Softball 3 Newington High Intramural Bas etball l Ellsworth High Table Tennis 2 Softball 2 Bad minton 2 Volleyball 2 Chor u 2 ALBERT J THOMAS College 22 Oakwood Street N' young man who blushes s better than one who turns pale KEVIN C TIERNEY Kevin College 27 Wind Road Ha piness n t station you arrive at but a man ner of traveling G Club 4 Janus Staff 4 Photography Club 3 ARTHUR R TISCHOFER Tush Practucal 33 John Street e lead the lufe I love Boys Quartet A Mtxed Chonr Scuence Cub l Stu ent unctl 1 RICHARD J TISCHOFER Tlsh Practucal 89 Central Avenue When un doubt do as you please Class Basketball 2 l!s RICHARD F TRACY Dlck Practlcal 55 Budwell Avenue Few words but many thoughts PATRICIA A UCCELLO PHY Busnness 818 Tolland Street When a gurl ceases to blush she has lost the most power ful band of her beauty AGE 4 Baton Twurler 3 A Chorus I 2 3 Lubrary Asslst ant l ir-.l BARBARA A VASKO Barb Busnness 52 Moore Avenue A genual manner makes llfe s tourney smooth E l Baseball 3 Bas e ball 3 Bowlnng Club 2 Chor l Golf Clubl Llbrary s sustant A Mlxed Chour l P: t T Volleyball 3 Badmunton 3 MARY G VENDOLA Mare College 79 Garden Street A sprung of motuon an her galt, a smiling lace dtd nndncate AG E l, Baseball l, Chorus l Labrary Assnstant l, Volleyball l SALVATORE A UCCELLO a College AAT Burnslde Avenue The lundest m n the est Condnttoned and unwearned spmt In donng courfesues Bas etball A French Club 4 Presudent A Pnlot 2 3 Student ouncnl Trac Team 4 Wrestllng Club l SHERWOOD A VAN HOUTEN Woody Practncal 60 Church Street A reserved quuet and undusturbmg soul r S l " ' a , b "l lov the life l lead, so I " ' ' 5 ' ' k g , 2: ' l 5 d A F Q ' , 5 Co ' , 2, 3, 4. 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I ,lo ROBERT H WARK Bo College 636 Oak Street O Meschuef thou art swnft enter the thoughts of man' Bos Q artet 3 4 Band I 2 Glee Club 2 Mixed Choir 3 A Presrdent 4 Plot 3 Student uncul I 2 Track Team Class Executuve Board I 4 CAROL P WATERS Carol College 775 Oak Street In quaet thought and study there rs ment and peace nd I 2 3 A Gnrls Base rench ub 3 Ro er Skatrng Club 2 Scuence Club I, Swummung Club 4 HELAINE R VENDOLOSIU Helame College 385 'Vlam Street Energy as the mother of accomplrshment E A Treasu 4 paratus Club A Bowlmg 3 4 Chorus 2 Drll T m A Chorus u ure ac ers C u urs Ensemble lnterna tional Relatnons Club r ry Assustant I 3 I e Presndent 3 Muxed Chorr 3 4 ot 2 3 4 Advertnsung I to A Roller Skatmg Club 3 Sport Nught 2 3 4 Gymn s S 3 F D I g DONALD J VIGNEAU Vnno College 980 Forbes Street Umty power and purpose tnust all be upheld by thought Boys Quartet 3 4 Chorus I Glee Club 2 Honor Socnety 4 Janus Staff A Mnxed Chorr 3 Track Te m 1' EDGAR .l WEAVER Buck College 36 Brookfleld Drnve Mtld mannered young man wtth a pleasant outlook on lnfe Latnn Club A CAROLYN L WEEKS Carolyn Bustness Sl Walnut Street Of such aftectnon and broken fanth as tempers the bntterness of lufe A G E 4 Chorus 2 3 Chorus e b 1 I Cushuon Club 3 T INEZ M WEIR Wee Practucal ll Florence Street The hrghest vurtue us a true trrend orus I 2 3 lnternatnona Relations Club I Lubrary A ststant 3 Scuence Club I Sport Ntght 4 Volleyball A Badmm ton 4 PATRICIA J WEST a Busuness I439 Mann Street Ltfe as a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy or those who thunk orus 2 3 o I Sor Nnght 4 LEONARD T VVETMORE Lennie Practical 90 Silver Lane The serious side of life is not for me JOEL G WILCOX oe College 44 Mary Street To be blond and tall is no hindrance at all ELLEN M WILLIAMS Ellen College 235 Main Street smile a art w h their fame let glad imagi nation reign E 3 Ba ball 3 ke all 2 Bowling Club 2 3 French Club 4 GAC 4 b y 4 Janus Staff A Librar sistant 3 P ot 4 Ro Skating Club 2 3 Sport Night 2 3 Swimming Club l 2 n Club 2 A Volle a 3 Gymnastics 2 FRANCES T. WOCHOSKI Frances Practical 2l Ann Street "Serene and caltn amid the troubled way," . E : orus 5 Trave- U . HARRY A ZIMMERMAN ee College 267 Naubuc Avenue Anyone can follow but only a real man can lead B n I Boys B seball I 2 Boys Basketballl 2 Class Bas alll 2 Foo I Jan Staff 4 Student Council l Class Executive Board I A President DOLORESA ZINGLE Done College 860 Burnside Avenue " r h art 's b' e world with no room to hold the memory ofa wrong." . .E. g Girls' Baske a , g C orus - Chorus 45 i ' Ensemble 3, df Honor Society , AA International Relations u g Janus Sta 4, as- quers 35 Mixed Choir 3, Ag Roller Skating Club lg Volley- ball 3. BARBARA A YAUCH Barb College BO Main Street And everywhere she walked was a quiet way where strife and anger had no place a al E 3 Ba ball 4 all l 4 Cho m A FB A G Se retary 4 Ja us Staff 3 4 unior Red Cross l ot 2 4 Clubs Edito Sport Nght l A Ten u 3 e a' GLC A Class Exe-cu ive Board 3 4 Recording Secre tary A Bowling 3 4 Gymnas A Folk Dancin a rmnton ing 2 3 4 Field Hoc e CHARLES J ZABILANSKY 5 Practical l Jaidee Drive Time ut stre m a tishin etball 2 3 A Captain Class Basketball 3 A 1 4? , ,gl 4 E CLASSES INTRCDUCTION TO CLASSES "A Star to Steer By" with its many facets is represented in the following pages as the cur- riculum which each student pursues during his four-year soiourn in high school. The course which he follows, if he does the work adequately, should enable him to take up further study after graduation or else prepare him for a career in business or industry. The three courses-business, college, and prac- tical-are depicted to enable the reader to com- prehend the entire scope of each of them. Be- ginning with the freshman year and continuing through the senior year, each course is pictured and described. Both the basic subjects and the electives are presented so that the practical and academic aspects may be seen and understood. ENGLISH I lt is an Ancient Mariner Freshmen receive their first taste of literature In English I along with essential grammar and punctua tion Business and practical course students find this subgect adapted to their vocational needs CIVICS Do you know your towns recreation centers? Its tax rate? Do you know how your school compares academically and socially with other schools in the State? Do you know your own special aptitudes'? The answer to these and other important problems of the school the community and the individual are found in the study of clvics which is a requirement for freshmen H - - - U . . I ' I 1 ' --Q S 'vm 'I .Q x .K , . f I 1 LATN I AmerIca est patrIa mea Studynng Latnn I IS a sure way to Improve ones memory as the student In thIs course must learn the basIc decIensIons con Iugatlons grammar and derIvatIves plus approxlmately 700 words of LatIn vocab u ary .,...-S4 ALGEBRA I Algebra I a cause of much bewIlder ment to Its students IS a requIred subgect or freshmen In the college course Xs and Ys turn up In the strangest places and formulae fly In all dIrectIons as de termIned students dIg Into the how s and whys of radIcaIs graphs and problems The-svmn......, BUSINESS MATH Now how do you find the Interest on S400 at 5V2 per cent for SIX months? ThIs IS a sample of the type of problem offered In Buslness Math EmphasIs IS placed on the vocatIonaI requIrements of the freshman students who take thIs half year course along wIth General BUSINESS GENERAL BUSINESS ThIs half year course for buslness fresh men offers the basls for more specIaIIzed busIness sublects to follow The students learn about bankmg Insurance com munIcatIon general lousmess InformatIon and travel I - I . . . . 1 f ' ' , . 1 ..,-f- . . . 1 ' of - ' ' , - 1 r ' m , A . X.,-' .1--i F., . ' L vvw-fav.-..ss+.f.-T' an-M,-.J-w,.,. -v.-...W , Q--.-M. , ns-.- ,, ,, 1- -.., . u - - H - I - - I 531 - I " I ' L I! ' u I 1 ' T il I ' ' , .. I ' I - I ' . ' I 1 I ' r 1 I ? I x il Mr... 1, . :g :- ---,,,,- - -I 1- ,-.- -p---- .18 .1 1 HOMEMAKING I In thus electlve sublect students learn the fundamental prnncuples of nutrmon GENERAL SHOP I cookung sewung textlles home nursvng as well as Important knowledge about personal Improvement Way down yonder In the Industrual Arts wing freshman boys begun an ex ploratnon of machinery and shopcraft whuch may lead to speclallzatlon or a hobby UIQ? ia rl 3 FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row Gaul LeFerve Lorranne Benn Joe Second row Mrs Joanne Nesteruk Advuser Scarpello Judy Sulluvan Ed Ruccl Joe Barone Janet Keeney Nancy Murphy George Grasso Sherrnl Morey Glorxa Caruso Wnlluam Vnacuulns Joyce Wakefield Ernest Davey Mr Wullaam Anderton Advtser A ' vw - - 1 f I:- 11 xi 3, I " " nffq' 1 1 1 1 E.. ' ' 1 - - f, . - --11 J. .5 . w v . 'Q . K """' ,il ' , f' IK - In f 1 . ,Q t 1 I K - ,-. ' Q . U ' , , l t l 4 E P-'I -I 2 ' I I I 5 1 1 3 - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - ENGLISH II The sophomore student awakens to the fact that there rs more to has English than he thought New vocabulary grammar literature and composltlons open the doors to a better understandlng of the world through language PLANE GEOMETRY form of angles squares curcles trnangles and hexagons that annually confuse sophomores nn the college course who try to prove Egures congruent BIOLOGY Sophomore gurls loytully and legally wear slacks to class they re takung up Furst And nn thelr Buology course Upon successful completuon of the Furst And trannnng students are awarded certnhcates from the Red Cross Thus fascnnatnng sub qect also delves unto the mysterlous world of mlcroscopes and blsected frogs as a part of the study of all Iuvung thnngs LANII Gallia est omnls dnvlsa nn partes tres the begunnnng of the great works of Julius Caesar Latnn II students pursue hns classnc wrutungs along wtth further grammar and vocabulary to pro mote a better comprehension of Roman crvmlnzatnon I The shape of things to come-in the I TI TYPING I All sunsors and sensors sn the courses excludsng bussness may take Typsng I as an electsve The sophomores sn the buss ness course are requsred to take st The obsectsve ss to learn to operate a type wrster correctly efflcsently and accu rately for personal and bussness use Tabulatson letters and centersng are em phasszed MODERN HISTORY Through study of the geography cus toms and government of European and Assatsc countrses students sn Modern I-Iss tory gasn a better understandsng of the present day problems of these natsons BOOKKEEPING I Dursng the sophomore year bussness students are enrolled sn Bookkeepsng I whsle sunsors and sensors sn the practscal course have the opportunsty of taksng st to develop knowledge and sksll sn ssmple bookkeepsng for bussness or personal use Socsal Secursty cash books Iedgers budgets and work sheets are sncluded wsth thss course MATHEMATICS II The factors snvolvsng plane geometry are oFFered to the students sn Mathe matscs II to prepare them for sndustrsal and technscal occupatsons A revsew of arsthmetsc use of the slsde rule construc tson of graphs charts and blueprsnts are all fundamental prsncsples sn thss subsect 1 1 , . . . v . . - 4 - 1 1 1 F 1 . V' ' , 1 1 1 ' 1 I T .- I 'P-at , fv- Mx, , ' I "' . . . I I If . 4 . . . , N-,, . n . . . - I 1 ' 1 1 I - 1 I - SPANISH I Aduos Amngos becomes the com mon cry as students pour out of the Spanush room Between class bells these pupuls are taught the readlng speaknng FRENCH 1 and wrntnng of Spannsh Parlez vous FFBHCBISQ IS a questuon often ventured among hugh school stu dents All too often the answer as but those who are enrolled In French I soon learn the fundamentals of the lan guage 'S'-0' Q sgs, SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD Fnrst row Sally Whutman Jack LaPIant Cornnne Rlegler Carol Sexton Darlene Skarvn James DeNlno Ed Moynnhan Kay McGowan Beley Bull Cameron Joyce Bucleno Joanne S d econ row Mr George Zervas Adviser Lnnda Payette Mrs Helen Burrnll Advrser ENGLISH Ill The college duvusuon delves an to readlngs from American lltera ture lncludlng such phases as drama short stones essays nov els and poetry ln the practlcal and busnness courses oral and wrntten Englnsh are emphasnzed as well as the readung ot current pernodncals UNITED STATES HISTORY United States History unvolves the study of economtc socnal and polutlcal development of our country from the seventeenth century to the present tame The course alms to promote an un clerstandlng of our present prob lems ln vnew of past experience and to encourage good cmzen shup Study us also made of our state government ALGEBRA ll In addttnon to the re vlew of Algebra l thus sublect Includes quad ratucs fractional expo nents logarlthms pro gressnons determunants and trugonometry Alge bra II as suggested for colleges requunng alge bralc skull and tor use as a background for hugher mathematics 1 1 1 1 ' , . 1 1 1 s 'I 1 I - 1 1 ' 1 CHEMISTRY Through Textbooks and labor atory work students learn the application of chemistry to every day life and society Course mem bers are able to gain some ofthe basic fundamentals of chemistry through scientific experimenta tion and directed research FRENCH II French plays novels and short stories are read in the course to develop comprehension and oral usage on an advanced level PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY Movies discussions radio broadcasts and forums bring to life the experiences tha are problems in a democ rac Such factors as crime, recreation, gov- ernment, education, housing, and town plan- ning all play a part in this study. i. 'C' 63 TYPING ll Typnng Il ns a course offered to only those students who have completed Typlng I wuth a grade of C or better Bestdes accuracy and speed advanced secretarnal skulls are stressed gas -Q :if ' c STENOGRAPHY I Students enrolled nn Stenog raphy I are trained tn the theory and practice of Gregg shorthand to obtain fluency an the exact reading and wrutlng of notes A wrutung speed of slxty words a rnnnute IS the goal to be reached by the end of the year R-'-nf MATHEMATICS lll Elementary portuons of algebra and trrgonome Try are offered nn thus course un addntuon to the contunuatuon of the prac tucal aspects of math 64 SALESMANSHIP Retail, door-to-door, mail, and catalog selling are considered in this course. A study is made as to psychological and physical rea- sons motivating the buyer. It is worth-while prevocational train- ing tor those interested in selling as a career. POWER MECHANICS The theory and application of power are the basic principles of this course A study of auto motive mechanics predominates while automotive ignition and electrical systems are stressed DRIVER TRAINING course open to luniors and seniors who have passed their sixteenth birthday It provides in struction in the operation of a car sate driving techniques and automo tive mechanics 65 Driver Training is a , I - N .fig I 3 -ff .ivffkdz I N49'Wail..1l V .1 Y-I JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Betty Hurley Secretary Bert Barone Presndent Dave FIatI'1 Treasurer Domuntc DrNeno Vice President 1. 5 'F' JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Furst row Peggy Arnold Davud Flath Domunnc Second row Sandra Rubera James Futtner DnNeno Bert Barone Betty Hurley Marrlyn Dorothy Gecr Nnck Snvo Don LaPo1nte Joanne Webster Smuth Paul Jarnneson Carol Nenlson Barbara Annan 1 ENGLISH IV PHYSICS Novels poetry essays and drama plus Eng In the study of physucs toplcs of heat Inght lush luterature constntute the college Englush IV mechanncs electruclty and sound are brought unto course Busnness and practlcal courses emphasize view Instruction IS provided In such skulls as the practncal applications of Englush for use ID bus: use of a slnde rule and the readung of a mucro ness meter TRIGONOMETRY Tng ss based upon the solutuon of mathematucal problems concerning the truangle ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Anatomy and physiology has as Its prerequlsute the satisfactory completuon of biology as well as the approval of the head of the Science Depart- ment. lts scope covers the study of the organs of the body, including their structure, functions, and location. Q--f STENOGRAPHY II Stenography II is the continua tion of Stenograpby I with its main obiective to increase speed in tak ing dictation and accuracy in tran scription 'X BUSINESS MACHINES Students intending to take this course must have completed Typ- ing I as a prerequisite. Students acquire beginning skill on a wide variety of ottice machines including duplicating, transcribing, calculating- listing machines, and telephone equipment. Other clerical activities include filing, payroll, and banking transactions. A SECRETARIAL OFFICE PRACTICE Secretarial Oftice Practice is de signed to bridge the gap between school and office In addition to offering instruction in the operation of transcribing duplicating and calculating listing machines it po vides an opportunity to study the technique of taking dictation hand ling correspondence meeting the public vocational planning andthe use of secretarial reference books BOOKKEEPING II All students wnth average or bet ter grades In Bookkeepung I who are Interested In accountung as a career are urged to take thIs sublect PFSCTICS sets are used to accomplIsh work In the fields of partnershIps corporatIons and proprIetorshIps PSYCHOLOGY Psychology teaches about people about emotIons effects of en vuronment and heredlty the mnnd the emotIons habuts and person alIty traIts DISCUSSIONS are held self evaluatlon tests taken and spe cIal reports are QIVSD to enhance knowledge of human behavIor DRAFTING I The fundamentals of draftIng en tall drawIng and blueprInt readIng and Ideas are vusuallzed In graphIc form ThIs course IS essentIal to those Interested In the enguneenng professIon GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Girls Physical Education plays an important Boys Physical Education is designed to con role in developing skills and techniques for va tribute to the physical and mental well being of nous sports It aims to promote optimum ys all boys enrolled in the program Through inter cal health and social etticiency through such ac mural and intra mural sports boys learn good tivities as sports gymnastics and dancing sportsmanship acquire athletic skills useful in later life and enioy wholesome recreation SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Seated: Wilma O'ConneII, Elizabeth Barrett, Cor responding Secretary, Barbara Colpitts, Treasurer Harry Zimmerman, President, Richard McCarthy Vice President, Barbara Yauch, Recording Secre: tary, Beverly Coulom. Standing: Miss Mary Conboy, Adviser, Frank Juli- ano, David Taylor, Neil Hagerty, Thomas Leone Douglas Fiske, James Austin, David Nemirow Robert Wark, Mr. Ralph Hurlburt, Adviser. DANCES Center of attraction amid rustic decorations at the As we danced to the tune . . . Senior Harvest. The President and His Lady Harry Zimmerman and Barbara Stone A And the band played on The gentlemen assist the ladies 72 The pause that refreshes Havin fun? The Varsity crown their queen. Dick McCarthy Corinne Crelan Jim OConnell. 4' , Soft lights and dreamy music weave their spell. A brief respite 73 VV YEAR S X wow if And then you take your Hrs? rught Turn Queen of The New Years Ball May we have your attenhon Marne Breen and her escort Bob Lavey I A . Hop' Hop' Hop' Wha1's un the punch'7 74 NE EVE ' r f BALL lx 'ln E 2. All E If EA. E' I A Moment to Remember Under a blue moon JUNIOR PROM Just taking It easy Let me see should I take that thxrd cookie? Antlcupatuon Une grande entree 75 H X X fa . ' A n .,.,, Y V i W W - 41? . . . ,, . . , . 1 W 2-"1 Clear the way Freshmen at play' One V016 for Karen FRESHMAN PARTY T 5 SWEETHEART A Freshman queen and her escort Queen ot our hearts Barbara Yauch and escort One two three slrde Desugned especially for Sweethearts ACTIVITIES pv- w JANUS EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row seated: Donna Slcehan, Advertising Man- agerg Antoinette Burns, Associate Editorg Lynn Her- sey, Editor-in-Chief, Ann McAllister, Business Man- ager, and Sylvia Covell, Photography Chairman. Second row standing: Bettye O'Keefe, Typing Edi- torg Ted Duquette, Art Editorg Barbara Stone, Photog- raphy Staffg Emil Cipolla, Boys' Sports Editor, and Barbara Colpitts, Photography Staff. JANUS PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Seated: Barbara Colpitts, Sylvia Covell, chair- man. Standing: James Austin and Barbara Stone. x JANUS ADVISERS Mr. Nicholas Jackston, Mrs. Mae Gaines, Mr. Ray mond Lowell, and Mr. Charles Smith, 78 JANUS ADVERTISING STAFF Front row Gaul Taylor Barbara Yauch Anne Kennedy Dorothy Lenore Levy Marcia Galuska Karen Moynihan Lucille Kmetek Geci Donna Skehan Advertising Manager Donna Lauria Dolores Theresa Martin Marques Kathleen Hiclcson Corinne Crelan Back row Bruce Robinson Robert Gemme Francis Macchi Rich Second row Judith Curtis Wilma OConnell Susan Stevens ard Hagearty Neil Hagerty Kevin Tierney Walter Farley Paul Peterson , , . : , . f FORMER STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS STUDENT QQUNCTL QFFTCERS Semed MaU"Ce Callahan Pfe5'de"T' RaYm0nd Hutt Seated left to right Anne Kennedy Recording Secretary Dominick DiNeno Vice VICE Pf9SlCl6f1? President Bruce Willard President Mary Rose DeMers Corresponding Secretary Standing Patricia Flannigan Treasurer Karen Moy Manha M,llef Treasury nihan Corresponding Secretary Barbara Stone Re co rdmg Secretary THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is organized in congunction with the Student Activity Association with one representative from each homeroom Through these repre sentatives students voice their opinions and raise questions to be discussed at Student Council meetings The primary oblectives of this organization are to promote closer co operation between students and faculty to provide opportunities for student self direction to encourage all worth while school activities, and to create and maintain stand ards of good citizenship T' STUDENT COUNCIL First row: Leslie Scribner, Kay Purrington, Raymond Hutt, Maurice Callahan, Barbara Stone, Karen Moyniv han, Patricia Flannigan, Martha Miller, Evelyn Maaland, Trudy Farnham. Second row: Susan Williams, Elaine Piller, Lorraine Benn, Nancy Jensen, Linda Riegler, Beverly Giordano, Barbara Chindmark, Mary Lyder, Carolyn Starses, Judith Thompson, Carol Thayer, Sandra Schatz, Donna Yacavone, Susan Stone, Mary Rose Demers, Janice Birtles, Regina Fronczek. Third row: Janice Jamilkowski, Jean Robichaud, Sandra Cashew, Lenore Levy, Emil Cipolla, Richard Fritzson, David Flath, Thomas Lewis, Louis Patria, William Kennedy, Leonard Brushie, James McGinnis, John Dellaripa. Fourth row: William Maroon, Howard Knickerbocker, Gerald Dionne, Edward Rucci, Donald Vincent, Bruce Willard, Cynthia Risley, Sandra Wheeler, Elizabeth Barrett. 80 STAMP AND COIN CLUB Charles Buckley Vice President Howard Knickerbocker Treas urer Lynn Merriam President Mr William Loring Adviser Grant Smith Secretary Once lust a stamp club it now includes both stamps and coins Its main function is to develop these hobbies as a pleasant pastime FRENCH CLUB Carol Guardo Vice President Mr Edward Beadle Adviser Salvatore Uccello President Kathleen Bagley Secretary Nancy Gnmason Treasurer The French Club is open to all students who are taking or have taken at least one year of French Through records plays and reports the members improve their knowledge of AUDIO VISUAL AIDS Paul Peterson Chief Operator Carol George President Robert Johnston Head of Maintenance and Inspection' Joan Lagace Secretary. The aims of the Audio-Visual Aids Club are to train club members in the operation and use of audio-visual equipment to give service to the school and community and to under- stand the importance of audio-visual aids in education. Mem- bers of the Club devote many of their study periods to the operation of movie proiectors tape recorders and other aids. ALPHA GAMMA EPSILON Ann McAllister President Sylvia Covell Vice President Standing: Mrs. Marie Davis Adviser- Helaine Vendoloski Treas- urer' Carol Newman Secretary. Alpha Gamma Epsilon a club consisting of iunior and senior girls seeks to develop the social graces and urges self-de- velopment and leadership. Among its many activities planned by members are a mother and daughter banquet and a fashion show. Front row: Carol Polydys, Nancy LeRoy, Thomas Pathe, Vice President, Rosemary DeRoma, President, Lucille Kmetek, Secre- tary-Treasurerg Judith McMahon, Roberta Beaudry, Ann Collins, Standing: Mrs. Helen Golden, Adviser, Sandra Rubera, Theresa Martin, Maurice LaPre, Barbara Campbell, Richard Leonard, Betty Hoffman, Richard Rosenberg, Jean Hazzard, Marie Breen, George Stankevich. This year's Spanish Club, "Los Gringos Espanoles," consists of students who are now enrolled in a Spanish class. The purpose of the club is to further the students' knowledge of the customs, habits, and way of life of the people who live in Spanish-speaking countries. PIN CUSHION CLUB Beverly Coulom, President, Muriel Helm, Vice President, Mary Rose Demers, Anna Brown, Dorothy Geci, Rosalie Gagliardi, Barbara Burke. The Pin Cushion Club is designed to aid all interested girls to acquire an interest and knowledge of sewing. Both com- munity and personal projects are undertaken. f 111 MA! :il 34511- "I-Sl .XUI 'a l CHESS CLUB Front row Charles Buckley PresIdent Lynn M rrIam VIce PresIdent Mr George Zervas Advtser and Eleanor Ztne Secretary The Chess Club IS open to all students Interested In learn Ing to play or Improvtng thetr game of chess Tournaments are scheduled wIth other chess clubs In the Hartford area K' SCIENCE C UB Harold SmIth Treasurer Paul Peterson VIce PresIdent PatrIcIa Bunn Secretary Eugene Smtth Prestdent Robert Johnston Reporter Sctence can become a fascmattng hobby as shown by the actIvItIes of members of thIs club These expenenc s Include partlctpatlon In the Ttrnes Science Fatr Exposttlon trtps n'totIOn ptctures and assembly programs 4 MIL. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB Seated Patrtcta Bunn Secretary James Garen Htstortan Kath leen Bagley PresIdent Frank JulIano VICE Prestdent Estelle ChIarIzIo Treasurer Standtng Mrs Annabelle Savage and Mr LIonel McCabe Advtsers The Mary Barber Chapter of the Future Teachers of Amenca Club has as ITS prtmary functton the 'ob of promottng Interest In the teachnng PYOTESSIOH Students who are Interested In thIs field learn about the many phases of achtng through vtsttmg colleges dtscusstons and occastonal practtce teachtng X.: FUTURE NURSES CLUB Front row Ltnda Wlggln Secretary Loretta OMeara VIce PresIdent Margery Handel PresIdent Standmg JoAnn Payette Treasurer Mrs VIola Dean Adstver ThIs newly organtzed club IS under the supervtston of the school nurse The purpose of the club IS to gIve gIrls a better understandtng of the quahflcattons and opportumttes In the nurstng professton o I t 0 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Ftrst row Susan Kondla Carol Cadoret Maureen Paquette Barbara Rock Beverly Ruoff Frances Landry Nancy Prtce Gal Meegan Nancy Pathe JudIth Letendre Second row Sally Jorgens n SheIIa McCarthy Lots Douolle Be ty Hoffman P rIcIa FrI Kathryn Wedmchuk Judtth Kometz Betsy Caton Carolyn Mecan Claudette Ouellette Erva Wtllett Thtrd row Vera Putnam Mary Beth Malher Barbara Campbell Our hugh school has been a member of the JunIor ClassIcaI League lor the past two years a nattonal organtzatton soon sored by the AmerIcan Classtcal League Through study of the Rachel DuTremble Glorta Caruso Eleanor ZIne Jane RItter June Bray ElaIne PIIIer GeorgIanne PelletIer Fourth row Robert Tesster Robert Dana Edward RuccI Larry Gorman Thomas Stack Thomas Lewts Fred Scholner WIllIam Maroon Pat Sharkey Robert Weaver Ftfth row Peter Btorkman Peter Rubaskt Frank Crowley James McGInnIs Neal Prescott Frank Kravtc Everett Frost cIvIlIzatIon language ltterature and art of anctent Greece and Rome members of the club gatn a greater understandtng of our own culture CHEFS CLUB First row Glen Osburg Paul LaRocco Vice President Dennis Donahue President John Jakluwicz Secretary Richard Whelan Second row Bill Evans Kevin Chamberlain Tony DiDio Ted The Chefs Club under the guidance of Mrs Nancy Dinneen is open to all boys interested in culinary skills Its main func -yf Rinusto Forrest LaValley Russell Sapio Bill Tychsen John Osgood Richard Torpey William Derry Ben Driscoll Mike McGlynn Tom McGinnis Bill Parsons Knot picturedl tion is to plan prepare and serve teas buffets dinners an luncheons -Q- LIBRARY CLUB Front row: Dorothy Pillion, Diane Davieau, Muriel Helm, Treas- urer, Roberta Corey, President, Toni Burns, Vice President, Beverly Stauch, Secretary, Darlene Florey, Joyce Kunashevsky. Second row: Sally Jorgensen, Carolyn Mikan, Ann McAllister, Mildred Hall, Barbara Vasko, Dennis Fitzsimmons, Frances The Library Club is composed largely of upperclass stu- dents who assist the librarian, Since its members render sig- Schillinger, Charles Bunting, Ruth Carson, Mrs. Mary Walsh, Adviser, Beverly Ruoff. Third row: Elaine Balkus, Nancy Price, Kay Purrington, Donna Wheeler, Joan Humason, Jeanne Oliva, Dina Rasmussen, Lonnie Falter, Nancy Eames, Linda Riegler. nificant services in the library and the club offers learning experience to students, academic credit is granted for partici- pation. BOYS GLEE CLUB OFFICERS GIRLS GLEE CLUB OFFICERS James McGinnis Vice President Henry Edwards Rosemary DeRoma Secretary Lucille Kmetek Assist Secretary Standing left to right Walter Farley ant Librarian Lorraine Avery Librarian Librarian Henry Warner Assistant Librarian GLEE CLUB First row Theresa Fletcher Jean Johnson Carol Faticato Libby Kennedy Dolores Zonghetti Peter Lupi Alan Miller Robert Varrick Edgar Foster Marie Breen AnneMarie Ouellette Roberta Mayen Susan Kondler Kay Hickson Second row Claire Cadorette Patricia Bunn Zelda Maroon Barbara Locatelli Lorraine Avery Roger Guillmette Henry Warner William Parsons John Mayor Lucille Kmetic Priscilla Stockman Judy Yellen Barbara Annan Darryl Gamble Thrid row Nana Volta Marlon O Brien Betty Jane Russell Judy The Glee Club, a choral group consisting of students who enioy singing in a large ensemble, participates in such activities as a community con- cert at Christmas, state audition festivals, and an McGill Rose Marie DeRoma Peter Piers Henry Edwards Ed ward Fedrlckson Alan Monroe Patricia Corbett Gall Oatway Shirley Strong Marilyn Armstrong Terry Cochran Fourth row Barbara Behmke Jessica Slade Sharon Rose Patricia LaVoye Peggy Craven Joseph Rataic Elfred Jar man Steve Taylor Edward Lynch Marlorie Handel Dorothy Clancy Joan Hull Carolyn Weeks Beverly Burden Fifth row Jacquelin Perkins Joe Curran Vincent Lerz Art Tischofer Walter Farley Patricia Lauria annual concert in the spring. Its primary purpose is to give its members a greater knowledge and appreciation of choral singing. l . 1 J sua -. J , 1 I , i ..i- x f X 4' 2 x t Seated left to right: Donald Vincent, President, Marie Breen, PfeSideflT: Kay Hickson, Vice President , : , , 1 ' , . ' ' : , ' ' : ' , ' ' 4 Mixed Choir, composed pri- Q 1 BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET Richard DeRagan, Alan Noble, Frank Combs, Joseph Silva, Robert Wark, Donald Vigneau, David Albano, and John Chatow- ski. The Boys' Double Quartet is a highly selective choral group under the direction of Miss Doris Rayner. The group is free quently asked to vocalize for local civic and church groups. marily of iuniors and seniors, is the most highly advanced choral group in the school Besides tak ing part in the community con cert at Christmas the spring au dition festivals and an annual concert this organization is called upon to sing at assemblies and dedications Students in Mixed Choir seek not only to sing music with accuracy and beauty but through thoughtful interpreta tion, endeavor to bring its mean ing and significance to their audiences GlRLS' ENSEMBLE Front row: Carol Newman, Nancy Grima- son, Bertha Hauet, Regina Fronczek, Rita Donovan, Helaine Vendoloski. Back row: Dolores Zingle, Gay Gaylor, Meredith Fortier, Jennie Civitillo, Jeanne Oliva, and Aurore Pelletier. The Girls' Ensemble is composed of twelve girls selected from the advanced choral groups. They make many public appearances throughout the year in order to gain added confidence and experience in small group singing. MIXED CHOIR OFFICERS brarian Silva Vice President MIXED CHOIR First row Estelle Chiarizio Dolores Zingle Gay Gaylor Regina Fronczek Frank Combs Nahum Levine Joseph Silva Robert Wark David Albanc David Taylor Mariorie Bennett Eleanor Cole Brenda Holmes Theresa Martin Second row Toni Burns Barbara Elm Alicia Hayden Gail Taylor Lynn Hersey Donald Cranick Kenneth Stowell Donald Vigneau John Chatowski Joseph Rataic Ronald Burr Barbara Vasko Jayne Robinson Anita Garcia Third row Joanne Hedrick Donna Sparveri Betty Warner Dolores Zonghetti Nancy Grimason Pat Lanciano Kenneth Plodzik Robert Sanville James Garen Frank Juliano Jeanne Oliva Karen Moynthan Marcia Galuska Anne Rataic Fourth rovv Barbara Colpitts Elaine Hemphill Carol Newman Nancy Jensen Aurore Pelletier Bertha Hauet Peter Postma Russell Schlatter William Damon Betty Barrett Valerie Hill Jean Hazzard Joyce Stirling Nicole Ferland Fifth row Barbara Rocks Janice Holland Gloria Light Marvou rine Macte Yvonne Olding Meredith Fortier Jennie Civitillo Carol Rafta Corinne Crelan Rita Donovan Kathleen Bagley Sylvia Covell Anne Stasko Gloria Bleezarde Sixth row Barbara James Lorraine MacPhail - i r ' 5 1 I , , . . . . . , x , , ' 3 V I , . 1 , 1 - n , . . Nw . 1. 1, i.. V.: - . Z r I 1 I I r ' r 1 r r Z I I V 1 1 V 1 V V V 1 V 1 1 1 5 V 1 V V 1 - 1 V 1 V 2 V 1 1 1 1 V V V 1 V V 1 A V 1 V V V V V Seated Bertha Hauet Secretary Janice Holland Librarian Karen Moynihan Li Standing Robert Wark President Joseph -- have ef Q 5 I M - . W ,.T.aA,L-g I DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB Seated: Claire Cadorette, Joyce Hadlock, Treasurer, Phyllis Bur- dick, President, Anne-Marie Ouellette, Vice President, Diane LaPlant. Standing: Ellen Russell, Mr. Harold Brody, Adviser, Baxter Phelps Marian Azars Darryl Gamble lNot pictured Joseph Pongratz Secretary Barbara Nichols Patricia Jobes Kathleen Parker I The Distributive Education Club promotes in terest and activities for students engaged in or planning to enter selling or allied accupations Through field trips speakers and supervised on the iob training the members meet with other students across the nation The club also com petes in state wide and national contests and conventions Sift law ia I-Iiwrv-1 I W0 H 3 411' THE PILOT Pilot Editors: Seated, Helaine Burns, Managing, Rita Donovan, Business, Barbara Yauch, Clubs. Back row: Carole Riccio, Typing Vendoloski, Advertising, Toni Editor-in-Chief, Ann McAllister, 5 Miss Nellie Agostino, Adviser, Maureen Kelley, Photography, Emil Cipolla, Boys' Sports, James Garen, Features, Karen Moynihan, Girls' Sports, Harvey Desruisseaux, Circulation, .lean Reisler, News. The Pilot, a monthly newspaper publication, is open to all students interested in either the busi- ness or writing phases ot journalism. Its staff in- cludes those ot sports, news, advertising, fea- tures, editorials, and typing. I - X., r ' f A - V V I -.V i L I Y Q Y l ' ' ' ' ln ' I . A 4. I I fl! Il' ' Y - -' ' -V V Q, U . . f , ' ' ' " " , I B - , , - QM. . , ,, Q - I First row: Donald Hersey, Barbara Rock, Shirley Boucher, Susan Derry, Ruth Carson, Lawrence Batignani, Thomas Dougela, Duane Z I I H. V' . ' I i ' i I ' . fl Hill V I I I ' , I ' 3 I I 'L , i , I ' , I ' rv I t if I, v 4 ' , , Thompson Laurel Atwood Beverly Stauch Bruce Davidson William Spattord Raymond Lennon Second row Robert Slater Robert Dana Samuel Nemirovx. Richard Bloomer Melvyn Bemis David Flath Thomas Lewis Donald Kamm Brian Dewey Jean Antanaitts Carol Waters Lorraine Benn Pearlie Third row Robert Pierce Wtllam Okeson Wlliarn Tychsen Willlaw The Senior Band consists of experienced players of both wind and percussion instruments The band plays at football games assemblies and parades Members also participate in an annual spring con Bouchard James Noe Robert Carman Jean Robichaud Raymond Dalton Frank Javinette Lyn Lemieux Paul Rini Diana Windward Fourth row Judth Bardn Albert Pellegrinelli Gordon MacFar lane Harvey Desruisseaux Edward Jamieson Mr Evan Johnson Leader Miss ng from picture Janet Phaneuf Frank Sutter Mark Hess Wllat Crepeac Janes Fahey Paul Peterson cert Those students who have made outstanding contributions to the organization are presented with awards at the close of the school year li. -,Qu Q Boys' Leaders Club Officers: Maurice Callahan, Presidentg Thomas Boiko, Treasurer- Ray Hutt Vice President and Robert Gemme Secretary BOYS' LEADERS CLUB The Boys' Leaders Club accomplished more this year than ever before in its history. The boys have accepted and carried out the responsi- bilities ot instructing and retereeing gym classes besides earning money for the school by selling at sports events. They have also organized three sporting clubs, wrestling, volleyball and tumbling which they are running on their own without adult supervision. This trust has been upheld and a number of good examples have been set for the rest of the school to follow. First row Robert Gemrne Kenneth Kasavage Richard McCarthy Picard Charles Barnes Raymond Hutt Frank Higley Thomas Bolko Maurice Callahan James OConnell Neil Hagerty Third row William Kamerer Dominick DiNeno Bruce Willard Louis Patria David Flath Joseph O Brien Donald LaPointe Second row Steve Taylor James Futtner Bert Barone Michal Fourth row Thomas Dawson Dick Bramley Emil Cipolla James McGinnis 87 1 i V ,gif , will W 3 1 f . 1 1 1 I . I W-.. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Members of the Natuonal Honor Society are selecfed from The lunlor and sensor classes on the basis of scholarshup character and leadership They must rank In The Upper sixth of Theur class and be elecfed by vofe of fhe faculty and present members of the Socnety Front row Carol Newman Lynn Hersey Barbara Colpms Muriel Helm Karen Moymhan Carmella Thlbodeau Second row Paincua Flannlgan Dolores Zlngle Marcia Galuska Barbara Thard row Sue Madden Elnzaberh Barrett Emul Cupolla Donald Vagneau Maurnce Callahan Mr Joseph Rendy Advnser NEWLY INDUCTED MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Seated Rna Donovan Mlldred Hall Marlorne Ben new Ann McAIIuster Standung Helaune Vendoloslm Sveven Garmer Lows Palrua Juclnh CJVIIS Allson Bldwell NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Karen Moynuhan Secretary Barbara Colpufts Vuce Presndenl Emil Cnpolla Presuden? fMussung from 7 I , . Sfone, Estelle Chiarizio, Berrha Hauer. picture: Muriel Helm, Treasurenj I I I 3 ? I I 5 2 sk' 1 3 - I. . I ' .I I 4 I 2 ' -5 'Y I- X f - X , 1' f The Natnonal Thespran Socrety Troupe 720 holds Its annual anrtratnon ceremony and banquet In the fall It IS constatuted of those members of the dra matoc club who have recenved the greatest number of club ponnts and contrnbuted outstandrng service to the club NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY Jeanne Olrva Secretary Barbara Stone Presrdent Carol Newman V e Presrdent Davd Albano Treasurer Scrrbe Standnng Marvourrne Macre James Garen Wlltam Damon Mrs Mary Jane Wulson Advrser 'Not prctured Patrrcra Bunn and Lynn Hersey I I ! sh MASQUERS OFFICERS Davrd Albano Vuce Presrdent Betty Hoffman Bus: ness Manager Nancy Parker Secretary Jeanne Oliva Presrdent The Masquers IS a group formed to stimulate enloyment In dramatscs develop an appreclatuon for drama and to help ID formnng nndlvudual personalntnes The actnvutles of the club Include an annual three act play open tothe publuc, a New York trrp and a spnng pncnuc Furst row Rosemary Pugluese Kathleen Bagley Evelyn Haaland Nancy Murphy Jean Antanartrs Marcua Mallon Patrncua Bunn Lynn Hersey Sue Stone Theresa Stewart Nancy Shand Brenda Holmes Carol Newman Judith McMahon Nancy LeRoy Second row Beverly Ruoff Barbara Rocks Diana Windward Gretchen Gendron Betty HofTman Al Tessrer Jeanne Oluva Davnd Albano Nancy Parker Ronald Roy Gall Schlatter Ruth Carson Beverly Grordano Ersllla Stewart Barbara Hernsdorf Thurd row Kathy Munukas Mary Cote Jamce Holland Marvourlne Macle Joan Lagace Frances Landry Elame Puller Carol Blncht Carol Drumm Sue Kondla Judrth Keenan Sue Wnllnams Mary Ann Boronskn Jacquelme McDanIel Patrncua Flllmore Mrs Mary Jane Wtlson Advlser Fourth row Al Pellugrmellu Everett Frost Frank Jullano Shlrley Carson Maureen Kelly Davnd Flath Paul Crepeau Peter Postma Duck Hagearty Frank Combs Arleen Gurouard Susan Hansen Wllltam Damon Berton Bell Barney Cawthorn Walter Farley TQAVEL CLUB Midred Hai P'esiCen' Carol Blictit Vce t President, Libb, Ann Kennedy Secretawr 4 1' Theresa Gingras Treas,rer, 91 Trips to po nts ot interest are in sto'e for any qirl wno enioys travel. An .ntefest in people culture and pictures is en, couraged. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA First row 'Vlarcia Galuslca, Point Recorder, Patricia Flannigan Vice President, Ann McAllister, President, Back row: Eleanor Musinski Sevetart- Treasurer All iuniors and seniors with at least one year ot typing are eligible to ioin the F.B.L A., the obiectives ot which are to promote interest in business occupations, develop business leadership, and oHer service to the school. Points are awarded for participation in business activities, service in the office, and rendering service tO the community, LATIN CLUB Seated: Maureen Paquette, Secretary: Frances Landry Vice President Thomas Lewis President Standnng Carol Cadoret Treasurer The Latln Club organized for the pur pose ot stimulating interest in the classical backgrounds of American lute and tradi I ns en o u ents of atin Its activities are composed o plays recordings movnes and reports FRESHMAN LATIN CLUB Fred Schaufner Vice Presndertt Bonnie Wilson Secretary Jane Ritter Treasurer Wllllarn Maroon President The Freshman Latin Club is a subdivision ot the Lat n Club organized with its own officers but having the same general pur pose and doing many of the same activi ties as the Latin Cub PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB James Austn President Suellen Ktng Secretary Maureen Kelley Vsce President The members ot the Photography Club learn the operation of the camera and the flash attachment so they may take pictures ot important events and to suc cesstully deve'op and print pictures once they are taken ne u h s been tue ass I pe nt h y or n member aso ago ds valuable ex e rence whereb some members have been t 5 T WT at INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB mln to Pr i r N a , An oronski Co sponding Secrcta y Janes nn S resident Miss Doro How 'irqo 1 c o d wg Se c tc a o get bo , spa 1 aid C I . t'o , is op t st d L ' I, II and III. ' " f I r ' ' I . - , , , , T cl b a I b o a l asa t obb f ian, a W ti r , , D . , . Y, able tO obt in enploy' ent .n th 'held Fri: .ljtaa Vice es de wt, 'I r ' n 5 ye , , I ,. MCGI I P I , tha, V It-tt Adv se' Jean Reisler Trl-asurery 'vu BILL- Rc: ' I' cr-tary TI 1 lnterna' onai Rel ti ns Club S open to the ent re s'- nf ca Tm- pazxose of the : on s 'C st 'n-Ia'e av' H"-'vs' 't -'-orlct aaa 's 'rvcegh ltkers mo. v5 .r diswss or-s SPORTS VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM First row Tom Dawson Ray Hutt Tom Bouko Frank Hugley Second row Mr James Carey Coach Muke Pucard Larry Gor Muke Repolu Duck McCarthy John Groman Ken Kasavage man Lowell Starkey Don LaPounte Leo Mazzolu Joe OBruen James Morun Regue Chamberlaun Joe Brooks Tom Stack Mr Henry Guardu Coach FOOTBALL T955 Thus years East Hartford Hugh School football team played the game of football to the hult True there have been many teams wuth better records than the five won three lost record compiled by the Hornets but there were few that fought harder Pruor to the start of the season the teams chances were questionable Graduation had ht the Hornets hard especially un the lune It was generally conceded that the Hornets had some outstandung backfield talent and that uf a lune could be developed to open some holes the Hornets would score many pounts Defensuvely defensuve men returning The first game was agaunst rough Norwich at Rose Cuty Thus game was a preview of events to come The field was a quagmure of mud and there was a poundung raun Undaunted by the foul weather the Hornet backs slipped and squurmed through the bug Norwuch lune Funally ut was Henry Jackson who hut paydurt for the first score of the season and a 6 to O Hornet lead The followung Saturday the Hornets opened theur home season agaunst the bug green of Weaver Hugh After a rough afternoon of foot ball the Hornets claumed theur first vuctory over Weaver un four years a T3 to 6 wun The team s fortunes were then reversed They lost to Hartford Bulkeley I9 to T2 at East Hart ford The following Saturday the Hornets your neyed to New Brutaun only to lose to the Golden Hurricanes by a 33 to T2 margin The bad luck contunued when Hartford Publuc won a T3 to 6 decusuon over the Hornets Although smaller and less experuenced the Hornets fought valuantly and un the final two munutes of the game the Owl suze and manpower showed as they pushed over a touchdown to wun The team found that they were capable of playung excellent football and after these three losses were ready to make their move Hall Hugh of West Hartford was the first team to feel the Hornet stung of revenge losung 25 to home to battle Wundham Hugh of Wullumantuc When the smoke cleared the Hornets had an al most unbeluevable 57 to 0 wun Thus game set a new school record for the most pounts scored by an East Hartford Hugh football team un a sungle game On the next Saturday the season reached a fittung clumax The opponent was our butterest ruval the Bug Red Induans of Manchester Hugh The Hornets operated luke a flawless machune doung nothung wrong and playung almost perfect football The runnung was tremendous the block ung sharp and the tacklung rattled Manchesters bones Through snow the Hornets buzzed for score after score to wun 56 to O It wull be a long tume before another East Hart ford team breaks the scoring set by the team of 55 . , . , . I I . l . i . Q , . I . . t . I . I the outlook was brighter with some outstanding 6. The following Saturday, the Hornets returned , . ' I , , , 64 Frank Higley 73 Ray Huff I6 Tom Boyko I4 Jim OConnell carrying ball 2 Tom Dawson T6 Tom Boyko carrying ball Jim Jackson 14 Jam O Connell 73 Ray Huif JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM First row: Ray Morin, Bill Maroon, Ted Burhans, Ed Friederick- son, John LaPIante, Jim Morin, Dick Fournier, Al Pelligrinelli, Ray Alexander. Second row: Pete wlochowski, Bill Sydenham, Ed Rucci, Lou Peninger, Don Lucas, Joe Izzo, Frank Riley, Bill DiNeno. Third row: William Klock, Managerg Francis Hutt, Merrill Thore- sen, Tom Jamroga, Dick Foley, Vernon Parent. Stopped' and the rebound On nt s way BASKETBALL 1955 56 Thus was the rebuuldung year for the Hornet basketball team Faced wuth a lack ot herght and few returning lettermen Coach Jack Wnse had to expernment wuth varuous combnnatuons ID an at tempt to produce a wnnnnng team Although the record was anything but Impressive the Hornets fought hard an a determnned eftort to prove thenr worth and surprnsed many of the experts who preducted a poor showing for the Hornets Led by sensors Duck Frntzson and Charlie Zabrlansky the Co captaln and lunrors Fran Ntacchu Donald LaPolnte and Donald McMean the Hornets con slstently dnsplayed the spurut so typucal of East Hartford teams and showed that the Hornets w ll be a team to be reckoned wuth un the future , ' - ,F 5 in ., - 1 f - l - . . . i 1 94 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Fnrst row Bruce Wlllard Joe Longo .lack LaPlan1 Leo Mazzol: Second row Mr Jack Wvse Coach John Farmer Jack Sullivan Charles Zabslansky Fran Match: Ron Doane Duck Ludlun Moe Duck Anderson Don LaPo:n1e Ed Moymhan Pete Knro Ron Callahan Dellarnpa Manager QRNC7- QORNKT T Fnrsf row Ed Stankevnch Steve QRNCI RNE7! Taylor Rnchard Anderson Bull Kamerer Al Quatfropam Phnl QRNI-'r I2 Ng, QN i li JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Maloney Allen Thayer Jack LaPlan1 Rlchard Leonard Rnchard Smnth Ed Donahue Make Moymhan Jack Sullivan Pete Klro Ron Doane Mr Pmney Coach VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM BASEBALL GROUP Fnrst row Mr James Carey Coach Al Phelon Don Brozowskn NOYFT1 Foufnlef Du Eberhardt Mr James Carey Coach Ray Norm Fournrer Du Eberhardt Tom Molumphy John Wullns HUT' TOH1 Molumphy Paul Krebs Jlm Jackson Second row Nnck Suvo John Groman Duck Fntzon Ray Hutt Al Plefka Frank Hlgley Bull Kamerer Dom DlNeno Bruce Davidson Denms Fntzslmmons Manager BASEBALL 1955 The 1955 Hornet baseball team was truly a team of destiny Under Coach Jum Carey the Hornets compnled an nmpressuve record of ten wlns and four losses The Hornets also won the first championship of the Capitol Dustruct Conference The Hornets bowed eight to two In theur first test of the season at New Brltam The Hornets then rolled off sax stralght wlns over Norwuch sux to five Weaver four to two Hartford seven to sux Norwich three to one Bulkeley seven to four and beat New Brltaun In a rematch four to three The Hornets lost to Manchester eleven to five and then beat Weaver five to nothmg and Manchester erght to flve Bulkeley beat the Hornets nme to four but Hall fell seven to two and we beat Hartford Public five to three In the game that clunched the C DC crown The final game of the season was a thurteen to one loss to Hall at West Hartford Tom Molumphy Al Phelon Norm Fournier Du Eberhardt Jlm Jackson and Paul Krebs were outstanding sensors who contributed to the good sea son Coach Jam Carey In has first season as coach of the Hornet nlne dnd an outstandung 'ob Thus season Co captaun Duck Frntzson and Ray Hutt lead the returnang veterans Also back from last year are Frank Hlgley Bull Kammerer Al Plefka John Groman and Dom DuNeno Wuth thus nucleus and some prormsung boys up from the Jayvees the outlook for the 1956 season IS falrly brnght 96 5 ' . 1 I 1 1 1 1 - 1 7 1 1 1 1 I - , . 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , - ' 1 1 1 , . 1 . ,Q Q-,A ,A- 11.97 V' stu as Richard FFITZSOD ff' .nl N071 Frank Hugley .1 Raymond Huff 3, 5-fwoayfg AJ' -'Q John Groman Al Plefka Of' JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Furs? row Bull Clark Gene Gsllss, Rochard Foley, Francis Second row Bruce Willard, Pa! Languno, Tom Pathe, Fran Poganea, Pete Corbett George Stankevuch Macchl, S1eve Taylor, Mr George Zervas, Advuser CROSS COUNTRY TEAM First row Charlie Bunting Chad Willis Reg Farrington James Perrucio Brad Borland Joe Willis Co Captain Charles Barnes CoCaptain Kurt Dickson Rich Brirnley Moe Callahan John Fedor Second row M David Goldberg Coach Brian Embleton Richard Brimley Joe Willis Charles Barnes Robert Kirby Peter Postma Ed Farrington Neil Hagerty Peter Corbett David Remes Richard Brann John Carew Roland Begin Third row Jay Flanagan Harvey Desruisseaux Jack Curtis Tom Dougela Ray Brann Bruce Marsh Ray Lennon Robert Varrick Pete Blorkman Tim Moynihan Sam Reed Cal Fraser Kurt Dickson David Remes Ed Farrington CROSS COUNTRY 1956 Cross Country East Hartfords hustling Hornet Harriers climaxed the best season ever by placing second in the State Meet at Storrs and further more by placing second in the New England Cross Country Meet for the first time in the history of the school where they defeated Manchester the new State Champs to lead the Connecticut schools in scoring The team coached by Mr David Goldberg and managed by Jon Comp swept to an 8 l record in dual meets and came out on top of the Capital Distric' Conference and the Greater Hartford Meet for the second year in a row. Four returning lettermen, Jim Perruccio, Reg Farrington, co-captains Charley Barnes and Joe Willis, and three first year men, Dick Brimley, Kurt Dickson and Brad Borland paced the team to three shutouts in their nine dual meets against top flight competition. ln their first meet of the season, the Hornet thinclads edged New London, State Champs three times in the last four years, by a score of 22-23, which was New London's first loss in a dual meet in eight years. Then followed two consecutive l5-AO shutouts, the first at William Hall High and the second over Bulkeley, our first home meet. The team next traveled to Middletown where they' gained a 22-23 decision. Because of rain on October 17 the Weaver meet was postponed un til November 9 The Harriers then squeezed past a determined Bristol team over Bristols rugged course ln the Greater Hartford Meet held at Keeney Park East Hartfords 32 points were IO points better than runner up Weaver and again cap tured the G H C C crown The first blot against a perfect record came in the Eastern sectionals which was won by Man chester the only team in the state to edge the Hornets. Staging a strong comeback, the Harriers swept a triangular meet by beating Hartford 17-38 and shutting out Woodrow Wilson l5-40. Then came the only dual meet loss, a 21-34 heartbreaker to Manchester. The state meet was a repetition of the section- als with Manchester winning again followed by East Hartford. On November 9, the Hornets copped another crown, the C.D.C. championship, with a 23-32 victory over Weaver. Charlie Barnes set a course record in winning this one as he negotiated the 2.6 mile course in O:l2:49. The co-captains elect for next year are James Perrucio, Joe Willis and Dick Brimley. .-Y, If 7' 1 'A' Donald Vigneau Charles Barnes .111-'ai 1503. Thomas Bogko Stuart Parker Joseph O Bnen Ftrst row Paul Sulltvan Ron Blake Henry Jackson Charles Dnfk Labenskt Tom Dawson Ron McLaughlan Jack Curtts Barnes CoCaptann Tom Bolko CoCaptatn Joe OBrten Bob Dave Remes Wark Ray Chamberlain Bob Parker Thtrd row Mr Davud Goldberg Coach Ed Farrlngton .llm Second row Joe Wnllus Duck Brumley Kurt Dtckson Rach Brann Garen Don LaPomte Rtch Kozma Don Vlgneau Leonard Brushue Mr Henry Guard: Coach TRAC K 1 955 The 1955 Hornets f1mshed thelr track season wnth a respect able record Losmg only one meet lto Halll they went on to wan the remalnnng seven meets Led by co captatns Jack Lang ford and George Parsons they placed conststently tn dtstnct and sectional meets Mann lettermen for the team were George Parsons and Charlte Barnes an the mule Don Woltyna and Bob Barley tn the 880 Tom Bolko and Stu Parker tn the AAO Henry Jackson and Carl Ruggerto an the 220 and Jack Langford and .lack Clark In the 100 In f1eld events lettermen were Ed Labenskl Don Htbbert and Don Vrgneau un lumptng events Clrmaxrng a very respectable record was the recetvmg of the Capttol Dlstrtct Conference Iaurels captured by the Hornets tn the first year of C DC s exustence Returnnng lettermen tn 1956 wtll be Charlte Barnes and Tom Bolko co captatns Don Vtgneau Don LaPomte and Henry Jackson Comrng up from the ranks are several promrstng rnen from last year Duck Kozma Muke Kandrysawtz Tom Dawson Barry Sulltvan Joe Wtllts Jtm Garen Ron Blake Reg Chamber Iam Al Noble Jtm McGtnnts Ray Ackerltnd and Ron Mc Laughltn Returntng from the very successful 1955 season to coach the 1956 Hornets wall be Mr Davtd Goldberg He ts opttmtsttc about the chances the Hornets tn thenr next season as spots are beung filled that were vacated tn June The obltgattons that rested so lughtly on thetr shoulders can be borne as they progress Funally a thought for all athletes Prmctples are tmportant good sportsmanshtp first team second myself thtrd - 1 1 1 Du.. sef, ,r ' M H..- 111. 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TENNIS TEAM Flrst row Charles Buntnng Ray Bnlodeau Jum Austun John Huckey Larry Festa Peter Scott Second row Mr Robert Bowden Coach Dale Blake Joe Grzymkowskl Ernul Cmpolla John McGmms Nell Hagerty Duck Hagearty Mlke Rewa Davld Albano TENNIS 1955 In l955 thelr flrst year of competntnon the Hornet tennls players dad a teen players most of whom had never played a set In thelr life These members played an sux matches durmg May but tennus IS not a one month sport They practuced the entire month of Aprul and thenr efforts resulted In near upsets of schools who have tradmonally good teams Durnng the awards assembly tive players received varsity letters An other five were guven varsnty numerals and the remanmng four earned thelr varsuty certnflcates Thus years captam elect as Jam Austnn who IS counted on to lead the team to an even more successful season In l956 100 remarkable job. The team, coached by Mr. Robert Bowden, consisted of four- VARSITY GOLF - 1955 For the first time in many years East Hartford High School was repre- sented by a varsity golf team. Sixteen matches were scheduled for the 1954- 1955 season and the team displayed great possibilities for future seasons under their coach "Rick" Sargent and the guiding hands of Dave Melody, local golf professional. The local matches for the Hornets are played at East Hartford Golf Course, where the team also does most of its practicing. Although the record of the season was not spectacular, they held their own against some of the better high school teams in the area, such as Weaver, Canton, Bulkeley, Wethersfield, and they defeated the Hartford UConn team. lntra-mural golf last year helped to stimulate the golf spirit in the high school, as well as indicating possibilities for the Hornet Golf Team in 1956. Members of the team receiving ,letters were co-captains, Bill Strong and Art Ermisch, John Coughlin, Paul Jamieson, and Spencer King. The last three are underclassmen and a great deal will be expected of these golfers in their remaining years with the team GOLF TEAM 101 Paul Jamieson, Spencer King, Erick Sargent, Coach, Arthur Ermisch, John Coughlin, Donna Rtccardo Prestdent Pat Flanntgan Vtce Pres: dent Karen Moynuhan Treasurer Ann McAlllster Secre tary .ls-gh 'il N"G-Af Kia. G L C QFHCER5 CHEERLEADERS Left front to back Roberta Beaudry Dolores Del Mastro Lnnda Rnegler Karen Moynuhan Center left to rtght Connne Crelan Captam Carole Rtccto Rtght front to back Sylene Cavagnaro Donna Skehan Shurley Strong Betty Hurley P -str GIRLS LEADERS CLUB Ftrst row Dolly Haynes Donna Skehan Norma Sclwarlacken Karen Moynthan Pat Flanmgan Donna Rrccardo Ann McAlltster Sylvla Covell Roberta Beaudry Second row Mrs Jeannette Corbett Advtser Cortnne Crelan Donna Laurta Kay Hlckson Nancy Ryan Hazel Borhans Harte Breen Barbara Yaaclw Sandra Gulotta Mrs Wtntfred Cunntngltarn Advtser Tlmrd row Rosemary Del?oma Lille Kvnetelc Judy Cortus Sue Madden Carol Adams Terry Marttn Dot Gecu Gal Taylor Fourth row Eleanor Mustnskt Lenore Levy Wtlma OConnell Bc ty Barrett Arleen Gale Mtldred Hall Anna Brown An exarntnatton on the ntalor sports actlvltles IS gtven to the sophomore or tumor gurls wtshtng to try out for the acttvtty un the sprung Leaders are chosen from thus group X H . l - , JJ 3 M ...V , rr VA . , ' : ' , ' 5 . 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X x - L 1 l I ll ll L Q 1 1 Q ' ' . - , 1 1 .L I 1 1 l " l , Q l I I V ll , 1 , ', i . :la 'ra QW-'r 4- BATON TWIRLERS Shnrley Kantorslu Pat Uccello Paulnne Ouellette Donna Sparveru Marvourlne Macle Carol Adams Captann Vlrgnnua Lnnsl CoCaptaun Lrnda Fannlng Judy Baggot lrva Willett Nancy Pathe Joanne Hednck The Baton Tvvnrlers perform at home football and basketball games and communnty parades Membershnp as open to any gurl who has had some experrence tn baton twlrllng Try outs for the group are held In the fall -I i DRILL TEAM Fnrst row Cynthua Rrsley Helaune Vendolosku Alnson Brdwell Patrrcua FltzGlbbons Captaln Lenore Levy Co Captarn Ruta Donovan Marcua Galuslca Second row Norma Schalrlacken Rosemary DeRoma Dot Gecr Hazel Burhams Barbara Yauch Alrce Overend Deane Tlllmghast Mrs Mary Jane Wilson Advnser Brenda Holmes Mary Rose Derners Lorralne Avery Pat Connelly Newly organrzed last year, the Drull Team rs made up of those gurls who through their executuon of marching and drills have shown that they are qualufied to be ID thus organrzatuon The pruncnpal function of the Drull Team ns to march at football and basketball games and for benefit events v1 Su GOLD TEAM CAPTAINS G A C OFFICERS RED TEAM CAPTAINS Kneellng Wllma OConnell Captaln Stand Barbara Yaucb Secretary Arleen Gale Presu Kneeling Karen Moynlhan Captam Stand mg Marte Breen Co Captaln dent Donna Skeban Treasurer Carole Rucclo :ng Anna Brown Co Captarn Vnce Presrdent Frrst row Mrs Wrnrlred Connlnolwam Advuser Dolly Haynes Carole Rlccno Arleen Gale Barbara Second row Ann McAlluster Ellen Wrllrams Susan Madden Patrucra Connelly Theresa Martnn Sandra Gollotva Lenore Levy Patncla Flannuqan Carol Adams Tlwrd row Donna Rlccardo Anna Brown Karen Moynnban Wrlma OConnell Eleanor Muslnskn Kathleen Hrckson Marne Breen GIRLS ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Gurls Atbletuc Councll COYWSISTS of the managers of speed ball bas lcetball swlnwnwlng baclnwlnton bovvl ng arclwery soccer gyrnnastncs folk clanclng ping pong tombllng tennls softball volleyball and field hockey Yauch, DonnavSkel1an, Mlldred li-lall, 'Alison Blldwell, Mrs. Jeannette Corbett, Adviser. y . 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RULNICK Registered Pharmacist 1071 Burnside Avenue East Hartford At the Entrance to Mayberry Village TRUCKS SOULEN G M C TRUCKS 605 CONNECTICUT BOULEVARD EAST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Best Wishes from MADLYN SHOP MAIN STREET EAST Hmm-'onn ANDERSON IEWELER Diamonds - Watches -- Silverware EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Phone IA 84622 Watch and Iewelry Rep ir Make A Real Good Start . . . Open An Account At HARTFORD NATIONAL BANK IEast Hartford Branch! Member of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Checking Accounts - Safe Deposit - Savings Accounts Thrift Clubs - Thrift Check -- Trust - Personal Loans Compliments of HARMAN'S WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO. Comer of Main and Pitkin Streets E tH tfdCnn. TlBU90218 Best Wishes t th CLASS OF 1956 TOLLAND AUTO BODY 97 TOLLAND srmzsr EAST HARTFORD LEO'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 295 SILVER LANE EAST HARTFORD, CONN. LEO T. RODHIGUE, Prop all, gugfqggg ggyg UP roaofygm run llllloigo bilkllilffli COOPER JEWELRY COMPANY ' ""' """"" 910 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD CONN Ph ne BU 9-1596 U . . Odmoro' ", , un an a 4 f 0 . 161 3 7 Z . tr ' lx ng Compliments ot 3, I 'fl mm, H. MCCALLISTER Phone BU 9-0436 MAYFLOWER FARMS 190 NAUBUC AVENUE LUNCHEONETTE Owned and Operated by P t and Nick DiNeno F. MACCHI 6. SON Shoe Service BOSTONIANS For Men and Boys Shoe Repairing and H t Cl ing 1127 Main Street - IA 8-2787 - East I-Iartfo d PLUMBING SERVICE CO. PUIA BROTHERS Phones IA 8-4385 - IA 8-3179 Iobbing - Free Estimates 76 TOLLAND STREET EAST HARTFORD Box Phone IA 8-2555 - Night Phone IA 8-5447 I ONES AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE C ents of 75 CONN. BOULEVARD EAST HARTFORD Ioseph W. Iones. Ir., Prop. General Re airin Wrecker Service O'MEARA MOTORS P Q 653 CONNECTICUT BLVD CHARLIE'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 1 Tires - Batteries - Lubrication and Road Service 655 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD. CONN. Tel. BU 9-9804 'l'l'l AUGIE 8. RAY'S MILK BAR 314 Main Street East Hartford, Conn. Good Food and A Good Place To Eat It You Are A Stranger Here But Once BOULEVARD MARKET Choice Meats, Groceries, Fruits. Vegetables, Frozen Foods COMPLIMENTS or ARNOLD'S BARBER SHOP BERNER AND SONS 679 MAIN STREET East Hartiord's Leading Radio and Television Shop THE ATLAS OIL COMPANY ' Socony Distributors Mobilgas - Fuel Oil - Mobil Oil 430 TOLLAND STREET EAST HARTFORD Phone IA 8-2151 Tel. IA 8-D881 HELENA'S BEAUTY PARLOR All Branches of Beauty Culture 1011 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Compliments of DAGON'S GAS STATION svz BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD, coNN. Best Wishes From PUBLIC SIGN SERVICE "Greater Hartiord's Most Progressive Sign Manufacturer" 111 PITKIN STREET EAST HARTFORD MANIERRE'S A. F. STORE 686 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 112 lib? ' I. ' l - Alu' . I . ' A 75571. " if l f A if . - ,J ,A ' , i k Albert I. Harold G. Robert H. Gatto Bornbiam Anderson OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS THE REAL ESTATE CENTER. INC. REALTORS Extends Their Congratulations And Sincere Best Wishes For The Future Success of The Class of 1956 42 CONN. BLVD. EAST HARTFORD Tel. IA 8-6524 lOE'S MARKET IOSEPH M. PIKUI., Prop. 12 BURNSXDE AVENUE, EAST HARTFORD - Tel. IA 8-5250 Meats - Groceries - Fruits - Vegetables - Frosted Foods True Love??? BREWER HARDWARE Housewares - Plumbing and Electrical Supplies 301 MAIN STREET, EAST HARTFORD - Tel. BU 9-0678 Brewer Shopping Center I The Lineup! 'Qs- l . Dual direct sales personal service original layouts art service retouching composition mechanicals halftone and line nbgtltives, film and plate stripping plate making offset printing folding complete bindery service packaging delivery t. o'toole and sons, inc. Stamford, connecticut stomford do 4-9226 new york me 5-4112 EAST HARTFORD FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Quality Meats and Frozen Foods - FOR - Lockers and Horne Freezers 3110 PROSPECT ST. EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Tel. IAckson 8-0437 GAINES DRILLING CO ARTESIAN WELLS AND PUMPS Rockville Tel TRernont 5 9014 C g tl tions to the Class of 1956 BUSTER'S EXPRESS 339 GOODWIN smssr EAST HARTFORD DENNISON STUDIOS 42 Conn. Boulevard East Hartford IA 8-7012 We Sell Tall Everyday Cards, Stationery, Giftwraps, Notes, Gift Items, Etc,, at a Large Profit to You - All Schools, Clubs and Organizations Can Call or Write THE GEM VAN and STORAGE COMPANY Agent UNITED VAN LINES INC Hartford Connecticut Moving With Care Everywhere 5 0 o I 0 0 I ll ' ' ll Congratulations to the Class oi 1956 5 D ' - G d F od DISHAW INSURANCE AGENCY smug O0 O Fried Chicken - Scallops - Clams - Shrimp 1128 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD COMPLETE MENU Compliments of "YOUR A G P MANAGER AND CLERKSH CARL'S BARBER SHOP 5 Barbers - No Waiting 188 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN. HOLLIS GEER MOTOR DOCTOR 360 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD S? Is It Really That Boring? NAVIN'S CANTEEN se WILLOW STREET EAST HARTFORD Compliments ol RAYCO AUTO SEAT COVER CORP. 375 CONNECTICUT BOULEVARD EAST HARTFORD Push 'em Back! WOODBURY GLASS CO., INC. 34 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD, CONN. THE BURNSIDE THEATER C0"'P'm"'S 0' Finest Films - Luxuxious Seats MRS' GUSSIE COHEN Cinemascope - Vistavision Co. Ai, Conan' d - E Y f ee p king 989 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD. CONN. ll6 CONNECTICUT FARMERS CO-OP Poultry and Eggs - Retail Store 91 CHURCH STREET Complimenfsof PAT'S MEDICAL PHARMACY CORNER SODA 5 LIQUOR P. T. GULLOTTA. B.s., R. Ph. asa MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Phone IA 9-1402 Tel- BU 9,9769 - CHARLES FHAGO 1001 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN. OUR AIM TO MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS The Pratt Street Bank 980 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD CONN LOUIS SLAVKIN AUTO STATION NUTMEG BAKERY 957 MAIN STREET EAsT HARTFORD 1020 MAIN sTREE'r EAST HARTFORD OLMSTED McGRATH AGENCY INC General Insurance Representlng Hartford Cornparnes 1010 MAIN STREET ROOMS 205 206 EAST HARTFORD Tel IAckson 86024 117 ll I I , . Tel. BU 9-9727 Phone IA 8-4013 1 ' . WE STAND BETWEEN YUU AND LUIS' RICHARD A SLATTERY AGENCY Complete Insurance Servxce 1169 Mcun Street EAST HARTFORD IAckson 8 8655 IAckson 8 8155 Lxfe Accxclent Hospnahzcrtron Fmre Automoblle Burglary Lxctbthty Bonds All Fonns of Insurance -SATB... ALLING S For Complete Sports Eqmpment Athleuc Outhtters to SCHOOLS COLLEGES INDUSTRIES ALLING RUBBER CO 1007 MAIN sTREf.'r EAST HARTFORD CONN I: That Rzgbt Ienme9 Phone IA 8 1242 PROSPECT PHARMACY 1555 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD T 1 IA B 1426 IOSEPH WEISS 24 H R Em g DAVIS 6- BRADFORD LUMBER CO Lumber and Bulldmg Matencxls HZEJ 200 TOLLAND STREEYI' EAST HARTFORD CONN N SWB H U Compl1ments of 20TH CENTURY TELEVISION Sales Servxce 435 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD CONN Telephone IAckson 8 1554 ns I O A 4 IT'S ' I FNUIAW., 5 i I I V321 ' 4 ' ' - pi. ,A 3 5 - - N f 1:,,-- - A "For the Best in Sports Equipment" lf? , W . 44 V- , , n , a . - . - e . - O our er ency Service 9 NNN ' ' ron rm: unvs wrxm A ette Ill! OOD. , . - Y .4-nr EAST HARTFORD NURSERY LANDAU S STORE fA1so Known as Char1ie's Standl 1350 SILVER LANE EAST HARTFORD, CONN. ROGER W. DRIGGS Insurance - Real Estate 754 MAIN STREET - Phone IA 8-4622 ROMAN'S MARKET 494 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD TRIANGLE SNACK BAR fUnder New Management? Specializing in A11 Kinds of Grinders La Pizza to Take Out and Spaghetti Cooked to Order Hot Dogs - Steaks - Hamburgers Soda Fountain - For Orders io Take Out Call - BU 9-4201 171 GOVERNOR ST. EAST HARTFORD Congratulatrons and Best Wrshes For Success and Happmess To The Class of 1956 East Hartford Hrgh School TRACTOR TRACTOR L E TALCOTT AND SONS INCORPORATED 353 PARK AVENUE Northeastern Drstnbutor Ford Tractors Ford Equxpment Fordson Malor Dresel Tractors 120 ,,, ' i O I I CANNON S VILLAGE STORE 4 GREAT HILL ROAD VAN S SUNOCO SERVICE EAST HARTFORD CONNECTICUT 468 MAIN STREET A T HOWE BOAT CO EAST HARTFORD 445 449 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD Ph IA 8-4401 B ts OtboadMt H l sUPER1oR HARDWARE AND SUPPLY VENI KI-EEN VENETIAN BLIND C0 1262 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD S Tel IA 8 8018 717 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD Manufacturers of BUHNSIDE RESTAURANT Custom Made B11nds and W1ndow Shades Combmauon Alurmnum Storm W1ndows and 694 BURNSIDE AVENUE Awn1ngs Renovaung and Cleamng EAST HARTFORD CONN Venetmn Bllnds """" DINER Karen Takes Tzme Out For Lunch For The Best Food In Town O BRIEN S DINER sea CONNECTICUT BOULEVARD EAST HARTFORD 121 I I I O Q one ou - u r oors - Marine ardware R t il Who esale I Your elf-Service Store i , f , A - ,. 'lj ,M M-,Z VV I, ' A f I K ,. 4 PU' 1 1 ,T-4"-fl -T VA in V f'Hw t I I I 3 000 CALORIES "' J A BERGREN DAIRY FARMS A COMPLETE LINE OF DAIRY PRODUCTS M11k Cream Cottage Cheese Eggs Butter Ice Cream 1100 BURNSIDE AVENUE EAST HARTFORD CONN Telephone BU 91501 MEI-I-EN WHITE 6- PAT-SHAW PIKE s rExAco s'rA'r1oN NC IA 8 2149 PHONES IA 8 2140 471 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD Fuel O11 SGIVICG Stahon Garage A. WILLARD 6 SONS O11 Burners Complete Heatmg Serv1ce Choxce Meats and Grocenes 108 BURNSIDE AVE EAST HARTFORD, CONN 1515 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN MAPLE BARBER SHOP new MAIN STREET Congratulanons from EAST HARTFORD SAINT MARY'S GLYNN CLUB Professional School of Accountmg Two Year Program HARTFORD INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTING C' Y' O' 66 FOREST STREET HARTFORD, CONN 122 I , r,,za.-'xr ' ' Y, .gli gk f . 1- ' A ' i . - x Q' 4, , , I N . L I , - 2 1 V N t ' -in . X A ,Q L a ' '- f s I Y, ' fi 1 's I Ill I U , . I I I I . For Nationally Advertised Brands SHERMAN 'S MEN'S WEAR "A Fine Shop for Fine Men" 1127 Main Street East Hartford, Conn IA 8-2934 Next to East Hartford Federal Savings FORMAL WEAR FOR HIRE L. Clothes Make The Man 'FT-3 'Ill A ' Tl A ' , srqggwnt V' ' Y Who Wouldn't Like To loin Them? SKI'S ICE CREAM 237 PITKIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Where You Get the Wor1d's Largest Hot Dogs And Sundaes at the WOr1d's Lowest Price Compliments of . . . THE EAST HARTFORD GAZETTE 1128 MAIN STREET EAST HARTFORD, CONN. 123 if ,.:,31f"'9-ff', M f , ,WZWJWWWMW Wlywfff I ,WX MM! PROFESSIONAL FRIENDS I. R. BOURKE, D.D.S. 1126 MAIN STREET EDWARD I. KENEFICK. IR., D.D.S 1746 MAIN STREET DR H B HAYLETT 1109 MAIN STREET DR W H LOHMAN ea CONNECTICUT BOULEVARD DR Z P HERVEY 1169 MAIN STREET DR IOHN MURPHY 27 WELLS AVENUE WILLIAM KASLER D D S OSKAR SCHICK D D S 585 BURNSIDE AVENUE 1011 MAIN STREET BERNARD L TULIN DDS 116! MAIN STREET 125 I Q . . . . . . . f I f . . I . . C . 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