Ellsworth High School - Yearbook (South Windsor, CT)

 - Class of 1938

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Ellsworthian ---sTf2f1f+-- 1 9 3 8 fkvr L53 Dedicated MR QARL A MAGNUSGN e orts in the organ: atzon and administration ll our School we the Class o 1938 dedicate this edition of our year book to our Principal Mr lwaqnuson to ln yratej-iil recognition of his iznceasing and tireless Ellsworthian -B-v13f3--- 1 9 3 8 VR.: 1,63 FACULTY Front Rou Mlss Staples MISS Talcott Prmc1pal Magnuson Supcrmtendent Rast Mr Greer Miss Goettler Miss Hlbbard Back Row Mr Musgraxe Mr Stoughton Mr Ordway Mlss I'1nn MISS Hyson Mlss Dean Mr Reardon Mr Spflllg FACULTY DIRECTORY CARL A Mzxoxusorx Boston Umverslty AB EdM Superusmg Prmclpal HUGH S GREER COHHQCYICUI State College BS Asslstant Prmcxpal Sclences Dlrector of Athletlcs VIARGARET R DEAN Connectlcut State College AB Mathematlcs and Economlcs CATHERINE I F-l'NlN Danbury Normal and Connectlcut State Teachers College BE Com merclal Sublects ARLAB CJOETTII-R Connecucut State College A B French and Enghsh E LEORA HIBBARD Connectlcut State College B S Home Economlcs and Cafeterla RENA Hwsow Ellsworth Memorlal Hugh School Office Asslstant THBODORB F MUSGRAVE Trmlty College B S Sclences ROBERT ORDWAY Clark Umxerslty A B French Enghsh C1v1cs IOHN T REARDON. Holy Cross A B Engl1sh Latm Faculty Manager of Athletlcs THOMAS SPRING Fltchburg State Teachers College B S E Inclustrlal Arts Mathematlcs VIIRIAM STAPLES Salem Teachers College B S Commerclal Subjects ROBERT STOUFHTON Hzrmrd Unnersxty A B Broun Umxersmty A M SOC13lSfUdl9S BARBARA TAlroT'r VVestern Reserxe Llmxerslty A B Engllsh Dramatxcs 2. , ., . . , , . , . , , , . . . ' , . , . , .t , . . , 1 - V . . . . , , . ., , ., . v . . . . . . . . , . ., , . A - . V . .. . , . , 4 , . ., -' .. , 4 , . ., . . , , . ., . . . . , , . A . . Y . . . , . ., , , . - -Y v , - . . . , , , ., , , . , , . . ., , , l . , e . - -Y - 1 . , 1 1 . , . ., ' , . .. ,. Ellsworthian --+j44fj:--- I 9 3 8 fb-J 1-53 i Left to Right Anna M1kaloms Frank Burnham Elizabeth Vlbert Robert Huebner SENIGR CLASS OFFICERS Preszdent ROBERT HuEHNER Vzce Preszdent ELIZABETH VIBERT Secretary ANN MIKALONIS Treasurer FRANK BURNHAM CLASS QOLORS Royal Purple and Szluer QLASS Morro Knowledge IS Power 1 - v 1 1 - w 1 Q 1 U . ff Ellsworthzan 5 9 5-82 '-.55 VETE ANDERSON Swede A closed mouth Catches no res Class Basketball 3 Varsity Basketbx ROGER ARNOLD Ossw Behold' A qxant am I Dramatlc Club 3 and 4 School Paper Feature l'd1tor 3 and 4 Student Councll 4 Year Book Washmgton Trxp Commlttee 4 GERTRUDE BARBER Trux Happy am I from Care I nz fret Why 'zrerzt they all content like mc Class Bxsketblll 3 School Paper BUSINESS Man zger 3 Sports Reporter 4 Dramatlc Club 3 Class Secretary 3 Mmstrel 3 and 4 Prom Commxttee 3 Clrls Glee Club 3 Senior Week Commlttee 4 Class Prophet 4 ' ---nil liiv- l 3 8 . 2 , : .' . all, 4. Assistant Editor,'4: Hi-Y Club, 4l: Class Will, Ellsworthzan 6 9 fig' 1.55 MARION BEERWORT Mac Her wzrcs upon lzcr rest but Izghtlzj For she 1 lzvclq young and sprrqhtly Class Basketball 3 md 4 School Paper Assistant Ntws Edltor 3 Exchange Echtor 4 DFHIHBYIC Club and 4 Mlnstrcl 3 and 4 Girls Glee Club Historian 4 HAROLD BERGER Fat I nclcr take a nap after dmncr but uhcn I have a bad mght the nap takes mc Soccer 3 Varslty Basketball 3 Baseball 3 Dramatlcs 3 Student Councll 3 Athletlc Assoclatlon V1cePres1dent 3 Varsxty Club Presldent 3 Mm strel 3 Prom Committee 3 IEANNETTE BOLLES eanne A fashxonablc u oman rs aluaus at case Clrls Glee Club 3 Mmstrel 4 School Paper Asslstant Feature Edlt0f 4 Year Book Staff Business Manager 4 Senior Week Committee 4 Washing ton Trip Committee 4 I -'aff tp 1 3 8 vi A- ki , 2 1 , ' -1 v v C t I v 3 2 3 . . z 5 . , 3: . . , . 1 ' , I v I v l 1 5 1 I 1 C v ' v 2 v . I ' - , . , . .. I . , . , ,, -' . I . 1 v .. . . , , , . 1 v l f 1 ' l , - Ellsworthzan 7y1- 9 fi! 1.53 PEARL BRAGG .Shrzmp Content rs she to take things as they are Nor cares to uandcr zn lands afar Glee Club 4 Minstrel 4 FRANK BURNHAM Zeke GNL me money q L rm zsdonz 1 no qzu nu j V arslty Bisketbwll 3 'md 4 Soccer 3 1nd 4 Tre. lsurer 4 Athletlc Assoclatxon l resident 4 Student Councll lJI'CSlCl9l'lf 4 Virslty Club 4 Mm strel Interlocutor 1' School Paper Sports Edltor 4 Vilcdlctorlan DORIS CADDER Dodu Our thouqhts incl our conduit irc our ou n Cl ass B isketbill 3 md 4 DFlIlllt1C Club 3 md 4 Clxss Wlll 4 School lllper Typlst 4 ' -.44 'f .- 1 3 8 , . Y " 'ff Amir" 4 uf: . Ol, , t "' ' 'a::."' 2 4. 4 , 4 Q , . 3 Baseball, 3: Hi-Y Club, 3, Vice-President. 4: Class ,. . ' 1 ' ' U ' . C- v v v r 1 I ' . : 2 ' f , 1 ' - C - I . H A I 1 ' ' 4 7 H. an L , 2 1 1 z ' , z : 2.1 ' , 3 Q , . . Ellsworthian fivv Vgfsga- 1938 1.53 IOYCE CLAPP ogcze You knou I saq u hat 1 think and nothing more nor ess THELMA CURTIS Shorty A Curly hazred damsel Wzth a warm heart and frzcndly uays Dramatlc Club 3 Mmstrel 3 and 4 S H Club 4 IEAN DOWD Petunza Full of fun and mzschzef too Doing the fhzngs she shouldn t do Class Basketball 3 Varslty Basketball 4 Dra matic Club 3 and 4 School Paper 3 Typlst 4 Minstrel 4 Varsxty Club 4 Semor Week Commlt tee 4 Cheer Leader 4 UI . H 1 I 14 H 1 ' , , , , , . C. . E.. , . H . H , V V V V V ' V 1 V V V , . V V c . . V V I V V Ellsworthzan 911- 45: 93 153 HELEN DURKEE Durk A quxct lass u ho docs her uork and doc-A not talk about xt Dramatic Club 3 Intramural Bisketball 4 HELEN DWORAK Lovey In simple famzlzar tlnnqs I nd All that w rcquxrtd by heart and mznd Dramatic Club 3 Mmstrel 3 and 4 Girls blee Club 3 lntr1muralB1Qketball 4 S C H E Club 4 RUDOLF GERL Rudy We nd ln I1 c exactly u hat uf. put m xt ' -wg -4 .- 1 3 a , l l . I f. . . : , fu , Z 1 1 , 2 c 1. , 1 . . . . , . l , Ellsworthzan I0 9 4-'RJ Q55 MAE GRIGELY G ggze She knou Q a lot but kccpb rf quiet Intramural Baeketball 3 and 4 Dramatlc Club 3 and 4 Mmstrel 4 ERNESTINE HACK Ernze Lrttlc sand ra sooncsf mended School Paper Typ1st 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Mmstrel 4 RUBY HACK Boots Unawcd she .smzlcd at lzfc through each succecdmg day S C H E Club 3 and 4 Dramatxc Club 4 Mmstrel 4 ----nf L+- I 3 8 1 - v 2 v 1 v - . , 1 , 1 , . 4 . . . . , 1 . z , . Ellsworthzan ll 9 fb! 153 ROBERT HUEHNER Chzck Popzxlvrzfy lb something deszrcd by many But acquired by fcu Varsity Basketball 3 and -4 Soccer 3 Baseball 3 Dramitlc Club 3 H1 Y Club 3 and 4 V3fS1ty Club 3 President 4 MlDiIFLl 4 CINS Prcsldcnt 4 ANNA HLINTLEY Gznger Rare zw the umon of beauty and purltzj Varsxty Baiketball 3 and 4 Varslty Club 3 and V1C6pFCSld0Ht 4 School Paper Editor 3 and 4 Prom Committee 3 Mlnstrel 3 md -l DFAIUIYIC Club Usher 3 md -1 Your Book Pdltor 4 Salut ltormn FREDERICK IAQOBS Freddze Its thc steady quxct ont' LVIIO I1 m the lxfc Ionq mac Soccer 3 Mmstrtl -4 ---nj lip- I 3 8 C V 3 3 A - . I . I . 2 c . I ' , 1 I -' . ' 1' . . v' - f 3 , V ' . , I , . c Z , I . , Z I ' 2 , . . . i I 2 . . . . 2 4 . 4 K ' , S .' ' . . Ellsworthzan 12 9 fi! kfx IOSEPH IANSGN Were there no u omcn Men might lxue like godb Basketball 3 Dramatic Club 3 and Mmstrel 3 and 4 Student Council 4 FRANK KISKUNES Hank For m lmfemng there rs ursdom PRUDENCE KGBYLANSKI Prue But so azz' She takes the breath of men auay Who ga c upon her unauare H E Club 3 and 4 Dramatlc Club C Strcl 4 Clase Wlll 4 3 Presxdent 4 4 Mm ' --X-:gf life- I 3 8 ..IOe,, .. . , "It is better to listen than to talk, .. 3 f . , L 43 , 2 f S. . . , , 1 ' , : ' Ellsworthzan l3 9 FK: L55 FRANK KRIST Krzstze When you sec fan' hazr bcuare Soccer 3 Mmstrel 4 ALTON LANE Mzzscles Do just what you have to do and leave the rest for tomorrow Soccer 3 Minstrel 4 STANLEY LIGHTFOOT Stan Those u ho put forth an effort gam much X Dramatxc Club 3 and 4 H1 Y Club 4 School Paper Art Edltor 4 Year Book Art Editor 4 Track Team 4 ' -- -:gf la- -- I 3 8 na - . If W' Ellsworthzan I 4 9 KX: L45 ANNA MIKALONIS Mzckey A daughter of the qodb dzumely tall And most duznclq fazr School Paper Ty pmt 3 and 4 Intramural Bmkct ball 3 Student Council Secretary 4 Class Secre Mmstrel 4 VERONICA MLIZYKIEWZ Vee A good .student and a good sport' Intramural Bzmketball 3 and 4 MIHSIFQI H ERB ERT N ELSQN H erbze All tlzmqs como fo him u ho uzll but uazt Soccer 3 and 4 Intramural Basketball 3 and 4 Baeeball 3 Varslty Club 4 Mmstrel 4 l --eil I H4-W I 3 8 Lx .7. . rin A tary, 4: Varsity Basketball, 4: Dramatic Club, 4: . , 3 ' , 4. ,. . J . y 7. I l 1 Ellsworthlan -vEfl5ff4- 9 fix: 53 EVA PADELSKY Eve Let thznqs go on as they are gozng S C H E Club 3 Treasurer 4 AMELIA PARKINS Fluffy Mrghty uork must be done wzth few words School Paper 4 FOSTER PEASE Charlze The man that bluslzc-S IS not quite a brute Track Te1m 4 Mmstrel 4 1 -Q I W- I 3 8 L - N H .. , . H . . . , , , , , . .4 U . , . . .. , . .. . . M ' 1 V I - V - Ellsworthzan -fif16,L 9 3 8 fi.: kim EDNA PERKINS Perkze I have a heart wzth room for every joy S C H E Club Vlce Presldent 3 Prom Com mlttee 3 Minstrel 4 LOUIS PITNEY Louze But stlll hzs tongue ran on the less Of wezght xt bore :wth greater ease dent 4 Dramatxc Club 3 School Paper News Reporter 3 and 4 Prom Commlttee 3 Year Book Busmess Manager 4 Basketball ASSISIHHI Manager 4 Soccer Manager 4 Mmstrel 4 TIMOTHY RIORDAN Tzrnmze A Iztfle rough house nou and then Is relzshed by the best of men Soccer 3 Baseball 3 Dramatlc Club 3 Intra mural Basketball 3 and 4 VBYSIIY Club 3 and 4 I . . . . , - ' , 3 - . 9 ' , . Student Council, 3 and 4: Hi-Y Club, 3, Presi- . 2 ' . : , . 2 ' , : . : , , 2 ' , . .. . F S , , 1 , 1 ' , 3 - 5 Ellsworthian --A-vi-f l7l5+N-- I 9 3 8 f-SJ if IEAN ROCKWELL Rockze Laugh and the world laughs uztlz you Weep and you u eep alone Mmstrel 4 THOMAS SALA Mu y Men are not measured bu zmhes Dramatlc Club 4 Mlnstrel 4 ROBERT SARGENT Bob True blue rn speech md nrzon Varsxty Basketball 3 md 4 Baseball 3 Soccer 3 and 4 Student Councll Vlce Presndent 3 Class President 3 Prom Commlttee 3 VBFSIIY Club 3 and 4 Dramatlc Club 3 Class Prophet 4 .. 1 T, , .. Z: ,, "Well rounded in the sports of men, ' 5 ' 1 1 " ' ' 1 , 1 2 . . : . Ellsworthian -'ff-641851-W I 9 3 8 FSL: Q53 kan- STACHA SARLITA 3 Cufc and Izffle mostly both S C H E Club 4 Wwehlngton Trlp Comuut tue 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Dramatic Club 4 EILEEN SCHLICHTING C I you uould bc ucll scrlcd You must scrzc yourself S C H E Club 3 Treasurer 4 Varslty Club 3 'md 4 VICC Preeldcnt 3 Virelty Basketball 3 and 4 Prom COII1ITlltlCC 3 MARGARET SLHLILHTING Moonze She :S all my fancy pamted Sho xx Iozcly sho rs dwme S C H E Club 3 and 4 Secretary 3 and Presldcnt 4 Rlng Committee 3 Dramatlc Club 3 Student Councll Vlce Presldent 4 .,St U . . . . , 2 i . - ' , I 2 1 .' . J i . . Y fllk 77 Il v r A' n I I 7 I . . . . . . , , I 1 c l ' - V 1 2 - - v v - 9? . 1 1 A H . 1, of .F . - . . rf ' ' "' . ' ' S V , Q I . ' I A- . . . 1 V Y I V , I v I f 1 v ' 1 v Ellsworthran + 197+ 9 FA: 1463 MAXINE SCHLICHTING Mac She rx pretty to ualk uzth And uzttzj to talk uzth And plea ant to thmk on too Athletlc ASSOCIJUOH Trewsurer 3 and 4 Dra mitxc Club 3 md 4 Prom Comxmttec 3 Ymr Book Ass1stantEd1tor 4 Intr1mur1lB1Qketb1ll 4 Mm stre 4 VERONICA SHERIDAN Ronnze It rs a frzendlq heart that has plenty of frzends Dramatlc Club 4 Mmstrel 4 WILLIAM SHERIDAN B1 Farr Erzn .s gr tb to hmz were thrcc Warm heart keen uzf and a touch of blarnelj H1 Y Club 3 and 4 Intramural Basketball 4 ' -4 if 'Zi -- 1 3 8 ! l l n- rr l ., V, 1 ,. 1' A 1' Q . ,. , , . ' " ' , 1. . 2 - lc' , 2 1 ' ', 1 C , ' ' , Z 2. . 2. 1 , Z '- .- l, . ,. ., .un , fl. lu. '- . : . , . l l Ellsworthzan -:Sf 201-Q 9 3 5-62 153 WANDA SOBOLESKI Windy Content to know and be unknown Whole ln herself SC H E Club 3and4 RICHARD STOUGHTON DLck Imagmatlon rules the world Varslty Basketball 3 and 4 Baseball 3 Student Council 3 H1 Y Club 3 and 4 Secretary 4 Varslty Club 3 and 4 Treasurer 3 Prom Commlttee 3 Track Team 4 Dramatlc Club VICE Presldent 4 WILLIAM THRESHER Eddze My Idea of an agreeable person lb a person u ho agrees wzth me Soccer 3 and 4 H1 Y Club 3 and 4 Treasurer 4 Prom Committee 3 Intramural Basketball 3 and 4 Athletlc Assoclatxon 4 V1ce Presldent 4 Washmg ton Trip C0mm1ttE9 4 Senior Week Committee 4 Varslty Club 4 , AJ -4 ,.- l ' 4 I 8 l l H . H l . - . . . . v . 44 . H 1- . . M v f v V y v ' 1 1 v v f v y v ' . v ' y ' , . H . U . '. , . U v 1 ' v y - v v Q 1 Y v 1 ' v f ' . , V V , . Ellsworthxan 1219+ 9 3 fix: 0,53 WILLIAM TOBIN Toby Why take Izfe ser:ously7 Well never get through at alue Soccer 3 and 4 Varslty Basketball 3 and 4 Baseball 3 Dramatlc Club 3 Varslty Club 3 and 4 Jrom Commxttee 3 Year Book Subscrlptlon Man ager 4 Semor Week Committee 4 Mlnstrel 4 School Paper Buslness Manager 4 Athletic Asso ELIZABETH VIBERT Betty A lzttlc study a little play I do zn shares partake And so behold the honor roll My name doth decorate Prom Committee 3 Intramural Basketball 3 and 4 Cvlrls Glee Club 3 Class VICE President 4 Dra matlc Club 4 School Paper Lxterwry Editor 4 'Vlmstrel 4 Ye1r Book Subscription 'Vlanaqer 4 S xlutatorlan WANDA ZELEK Gzggles Gtggles all the txmc Her mzrth and laughter unconflncd ' --of i H- 1 8 . , .y . : ' , 1 . : ' , : .' . Q l ' . : , ' ' - , ' 2 . : ' .. - ciation, Secretary, 4. , J . : ' ' , : ' - ' . : - ' , z ' , ' C ' . : A I . I 1 . I l . 5 . 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Ellsworthiarz A 1242- 9 fk. .AW LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1938 We the second graduatmg class of Ellsvxorth Memorlal Hlgh School sxtuated rn the town of South Wmdsor County of Hartford 1n the State of Connectlcut of the Un1ted States of Amerlca bemg 1n a sound and generous state of mlnd do hereby bequeath the followmg Frank Burnham leaves the Yankees to Paul Barry to love honor and applaud Stacha Saruta leaves her roller skates to vxhoever can stand up on them ean Dowd leaves her abxllty for sklpplng perlods to ohn Coyne who may have better luck than she had Betty Vlbert leaves oe Tracy nn care of Eunxce Case Take good care of h1m Eumce eanne Bolles leaves her Park Avenue appearance to Margaret Boucher Wanda Zelek leaves her glggles to L1ll1an Bayorns Anna Mlkaloms leaves her typmg abxllty to Wanda WCZOVIC oyce Clapp leaves her bovx tles to Ermond Pola May thelr colors never run Stanley Llghtfoot leaves hns artnstnc ab1l1ty to Herbert Hall Alton Lane leaves h1s corn fed appearance to Porter Colllns as well Anna Huntley leaves her athlet1c abxlnty to Barbara Burnham but has declded to keep the red haxr Dons Cadder leaves her Latxn book to haunt one of Mr Reardon s next year s puplls Maxlne Schllchtlng leaves her A A check book to Dot Ludlam Here s hoplng that there wlll be money ln the treasury B1ll Tobm leaves h1s date a nlght const1tutmn to whoever can stand xt Dlck Stoughton leaves hls ab1l1ty to run a m1le 1n 30 mmutes to Charles Iohnston joe anson donates h1s artnstxc actlng to Ceraldme Maloney vtlth love and k1SS2S Margaret bchllchtmg leaves her b8WltCl'llIlQ smile to Ruth Bastlen May xt lonq be ln circulation Bob Sargent leaves hlS sunnv d1spos1t1on to Norman Petersen Sh1ne on Pete' Ernestlne Hack leaves her Shorthand book to Barbara Cooper Dont study too hard Barbara -1+ Ie- 1 3 8 I H ' l ' 1 t I . as a book on dieting. 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Ellsworthian --+4 25511-V I 9 3 8 5-RJ 153 To Florence Maher vxe leaxe Edna Perkms quletness Mav she never get lnto trouble ean Rockwell leaves her pleasant smlles to Doris Pola We hope she uses them frequently Txm R1ordan leaves h1s d1st1ngu1shed posltlon on the Honor Roll to Ted Hxtchcock Ruby Hack leaves her deep contralto volce to Carol Allen To Frances Kraucunas we leave Elleen Schllchtlng s athletic ablllty To Franc1s Pntvxme we leave Harold Bergtrs knack of keepmg awake durmq his favor1te classes Prudence Kobylansk1 leaxes her mlld temper to Alme Blans and hopes he can keep xt vxell under control as she dld Herbert Nelson and B1ll bherldan leave thelr permanent waves to Edqar Woolam and Kenneth Pltney To the un1or Llass we leave the front steps and hope th1t they take as qood care of them as the bemors did Frank Krtst leaves h1s handsome blond laaxr to Desmond Hyde Lonq m y It wave' Freddxe acobs leaves h1s bashfulness to Davxd Murphy Gertrude Barber leaves her halr rlbbons to oe Tracy to keep the halr out of h1s eyes Mae Grlgely leaves her pull wlth the house detective to the umor qlrls xx ho go to Washxngton next year Marlon Beerwort leaves her peddlmg absent slaps Job plus a box of corn plasters to Eleanor Pease Helen Dworak and Veronlca Muzykxevxz leaxe thexr Pollsh Hop to who ex er cm learn lt so they too can enterta1n the bus drlvers louls Pltney wxtlls h1s oratorlc il artlculatlons to Ronald Steltz Helen Durkee le tx es her abnltty to skxp school to Charles Woolam hdwm Thresher leaves h1s hoppmg abxllty to ack fRabbltl orgensen lo Dav1d Pease x e leave Wanda boboleskl s blushes To ohn Bassmqer me leave Roqer Arnold s C,hesterheld1an manners Rudy berl donates the bhop lock stock md barrel to Vlc Daley Qhlck Huehner leaves his dlgnlty plus h1s butch vxlth a pair of scissors to keep It m trlm to W C1 Thornton Pearl Bragg leaves to the Iunmrs her marvelous ab1l1ty for makmq up mottoes Y V U , ' I 1 ' c .1 c. . 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' 1 Ellsworthzan 26 fkv' kgs To lieu liutler ue lent Thelmx C urtls st lturc Frank Kxskunes klndly leaxes hls dear old llngllsh 11terature boolx Glenn Macbeth Amella P arlxms le ues her ab1l1ty of xxrmnq to xx hoexer needs 1t loster Pease leax es hls lavx cases to the Supreme Qourt W111 someone plelse solve them' 'I homas bala leaves hls ab111ty to cross streets vuthout mox mq doxxn the cwrs to Mr Rexrdon May hrs brwkes work forexer To Lols Holcomb vxe leaxe Veronnci Sherld in s ple lsnng personallty Vere Anderson s cat n1ps betxx een FECIYIIIOIVS we le ue to Teddy Grant To Mr Reardon we le me a box of cotton to stufl 1n hls ears plus a box of blickboard erisers to replenlsh hls exhausted supply dent Betty Vxbert Vlce Pres1dent Anna M1kd10H1S Secretary and Frank Burnham Treasurer hereunto set our hands and ofhclal se11 thlg thxrd dav of une ln the Veir of Our Lord Une Thousand Nlne Hundred and Thlrty blght blqned selled and detl lred by the Q1 iss of 1938 of Ellsworth Memorlal Hlqh bchool for thelr last xull and testxment IH the presence of us who t 1ts request ln xts presence 'ind ln the presence of each other haxe hereunto subscrlbed ourselx es as vxltnesses on thls thlrd d ly of une A D 1938 Wxtrmesses B 151218101 2 Ro1xA1DM huts 3 H Rolo A QOIIINS tblqnedj THE LI A55 OF 1938 By Rocmz ARNOID PRuoENcL KOBYI wsm Doms LADDMQ ' ' -eil 12+ I 9 3 8 Q ' t 'H 2 I sz 2 c 1. h 7 . I. V 1 I. .1 ' to C . , 8 n. X Q Y L . . y . . t I Y . I 9 ' z. ' . ' 1. Q ' ' . ' : as . . r . . 2 . i I. c . ' . ' ' ' f 'u 1 A t ' ef a' . 5 ' - . . ' 'Q ' . ' Q ' ' . i c 1 . 1' . In Testimony Whereof, we, the class of 1938. by Robert Huehner, Presi- V r Z K K 1 . C .x . I I , ' 1 i ,Q , ' . ' - , Q z ' 'z 'Q . 1 A' 'K ' , ' ' 2 N " z 'z ' : ' a l. I. . fi .I,. V 1 . 1: .r .' ' , Ellsworthzan 27 9 HISTORY OE THE CLASS OF 38 In Septen ber 193-1 1 qroup of students were starting their hrst day of High School Some were beginning in Manchester ind others in Rockville As we recall those first two years of High School many incidents stand out actixities that we participated in and enloyed Here we met the upperclassmen and felt ourselves a part of the school llaen came our third year and at a new school A year that meant leavmq old friends and makinq new ones We had soon elected our class officers and enqaqed in many events We derix ed much pleasure and satisfaction from our clubs and org iniza tions also from the many sport that both boxs and girls were able to enyoy The high light of our unior year was the unior Senior Prom one of the school s leading soc1al events Again in Septensber 1937 xe rettrned to school but now we were Seniors 1 distinction we h d lonq looked forw 1rd to With a determination to make this ye ir one of u cess and xchievement we chose our cliss ofhcers President Robert Huehner Vice President Betty Vibart Secretary Anna Mnkalonis Treasurer Frank Burnham Soon we had formed our clubs aqain and plans were made for events 1n the year to come The H1 Y Club chose new members and continued to be an organizatlon of great significance Next The Dramatic Club presented The Admirable C,r1chton claiming Betty Vibert and oe anson in leadlnq roles The innu il Sport Dance given by the Home Economics Club ushered in the season of sport. Aqain it was a complete success and a dance that school members will enjoy every year. Mid-year exams advanced upon us, and soon were followed by our Minstrel Show. and a Banquet given in honor of the boys and girls Varsity Basketball teams. April came and with it the week we shall always remember. for it brought us the lonq anticipated trip to Washingtfmn. There are many who have excelled in the field of sports and in other activities of our school. Those who won honors in soccer mere: William Tobin, Frank Burnham, Edwin Thresher and Herbert Nelson. ln Basketball: Frank Burnham Robert Huehner, Robert Sargent William Tobin, Vete Anderson and Richard Stoughton were outstanding among the boys- and Anna Huntley, Eileen Schlichting ean Dowd and Anna Mikalonis among the girls. To our cheer leaders, Iean Dowd and Bettv Vibert, much credit is due for a successful season. 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V 1 g I Lllsworthzan T28, 9 Qthers dlstmqulshed ln our 0 ml llle xx ere Frank Burnham as Prebldent ol the Student Lountxl md the Athletlc Asiocmtlon Edwm Threnher VICQ Presldent Mixlne Schllchtlnq Treasurer and WIIIIIH T0bl1l 19 Secretary of the Athletic ASSOCIHUOD Robert Sargent Roger Arnold Betty Vlbert and Robert Huehner were elected membem of the Student COL1I1Cll vnth In appreclatlon of the many qxfts and donatlons that Mr Wood has presented to our Qthool 1 bronze plwque vu is qlven bv the four clifaeeq of the school and pl lced III the front corudor of the l3l11lCl1HQ At the dedlcatxon Prem dent of the Student C,ounc1l Frank Burnham made the preeentatlon speech We h ne LIlClC'1VO1Qd to llve up to the hlqh ldeils of our school and make our success the greatest Iwhrough co operatxon xuth our Faculty and class matei we haxe found pleaaure and we feel sure our wccompllshments at llllqxxorth Nlemorxil Hlqh School xull le1d u5 to achlevement MAR1o1x BEERWORT Hmtonan A - ef iii- Y I fx! xxx' . , Q . . 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I c I Ellsworthzan 29 1- 9 CLASS PROPI-IECY The latet edition of Facts une 1963 one of Qonnectlcuts leading magazInes has just been published This month S edition has been given over to the homecoming events at Ellsworth Memorial High School The most Interesting part of this magazine IS the section concerning the class of 1938 which after twenty hve years of hard work has accomplished more than any other class ever to graduate from Ellsworth Memorial High School Through Betty Vibert the editor of the magazine and her very efhcient staff of writers which Includes eanne Bolles Maxine Schlichting and Feature Editor Roger Arnold we get a very good picture of our classmates who have for twenty hve whole years kept their no es to the grindstone and have come through with flying colors The front cover shows the latest war garres of the U S Navy Rear Admiral William Edw1n Thresher 1S shown aboard the Flagship WAPPING He IS talking to Commodore Bob Huehner SkIpper of the recently christened battleship the Spirit of Broad Brook which represents the latest Improve ment In maritime ships Designed by Rudy Gerl lt IS consIdered one of the most lI1V1I1Clbl6 vessels ever built by our Navy Cn the Inside of the cover we see an advertisement for Eastern States Fertilizer Foster Pease has just been elected President of this corporation and already has made many Improvements In lt The next picture we see IS of Louis Pitney and his Sw1ngsters featuring Frank Burnham that maestro of the bazooka This band IS considered the hrst In the country to Improve on Goodmans swing The most attractive member of his band IS his vocalist Prudence Kobylanski who the critics claim has immortalized swmg Next we come to UVER THE EDITORS SHOULDER which is a brief summary of the Important events of the day Vete Anderson Ellsworths greatest economist IS being consulted by the President about paying children to attend school Amelia Parkins has just opened a new beauty parlor. She reports a rush- ing business especially from the boys in the unior Cla s. Tim Riordan has just been appointed to police duty on the road from Broad Brook to Ware- house Point. Tim reports that six cars a truck and a hay wagon passed over the road in one day. Harold 'Fatu Berger has been elected President of the State Grange and leader of the all-girl degree team. Frank Krist pilot of United Air Lines latest Trans-Atlantic ship reports that Helen Durkee has been appointed head Hostess of the ship. Herb Nelson is now appearing with Barnurr 6 Bailey circus as the mammoth man with the mammoth appetite. This appetite, he claims. was caused by lack of food in the School cafeteria and on the Washington trip. HIGHLIGHTS IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS: Frank Stranglern Kiskunes has just won a victory which proclaims him the heavyweight wrassler of the world. Stanley Lightfoot s track team of Radcliffe defeated Dick Stoughton s squad from Bryn Mawr. Mae Grigely has agreed to pitch softball for the worlds champion girl team sponsored by Tylers Soda Shop. Pearl Bragg will hold down the first sack, Miss Anna Huntley has accepted a position as Director of Athletics at Sargent College for girls. -.,,3+ 1 Kg: Y K-163 S , I , . I . . . . . . . D - v 1 v A V I . . . , - - S 1 . . , A . . .. - . . H . . 1 1 T - , . . . . . I. . ,. . , . I . . . . . , , .. . , . ,Y . . . . , . . , I 1- , I S , . I - , I , , A f I. .I .. V , . , . V Ellsworthlan f30j 9 Ho11Ywooo T11Rouc 11 A Knox HoLE by Doris Ladder informs us of the budding romance between oe anson 1nd his new leading lady Anna lVl1kalon1s Helen Dvorak and Veronica Muzykiewz the famous acrobatic te m have just made their first appearance in A Day at the Circu FOREIGN NEWS B1ll Tobin went to Turkey as a missionary but was converted to Mohammedanism and has become a true Muscleman The reason for this change of faith is not yet known It IS susp cted hoxxever that one of the liws of his new rel1g1on permission for the pious followers of Nlahomet to maintain four WIVQS lies at the bottom of this change of faith l:,wa Padelsky st1ll traveling abroad reports that she saw B1ll Tobin riding through the streets of Cairo 1n a hovx dah QOMMERCIAL NEWS Bill Sheridan head of the South Windsor General Store announces that he has a fresh supply of rich milk and fresh eggs direct from the A Lane farm Thomas Sala has accepted a lob as Engineer of the Mud Skow a river boat which operates between Broad Brook and Hartford Ihis transportation proves very useful to the people of Broad Brook as the fare to Hartford which IS down stream IS only half the fare up stream Stacha Saruta has been appointed Postmistress of Warehouse Point post office we hear that the rrales prove very interesting to Stacha Veronica Sheridan has just opened a new and exclusive school The Bratville School for Girls Wanda Zelek now supplies laughs for ean Dovxds new yoke book Edna Perkins IS editor of the new Household Magazine the ma1n feature of which is Tmoe Savers useful hints about the kitchen by Thelma Curtis Eileen Schlichting has lust opened a nevt cafeteria Eileens success IS due to her training at Ellsworth Memorial Hlgh School The Hack q1rls are successfullv running a new dress shop in which Marion B ervsort IS featured as a model bred acobs the Singing Cashier IS employed by ean Rockwell in her nevx night club Robert Sargent because of Mr Greers early endeavors IS the novx famous Chemist who has just discovered a new chemical - Dope Remover' it is used exclusively by Ell xx orth High in all its classes. Plans for 1 live-room house have been submitted by Ioyce Clapp vxho is Brooklyns best Architect and Interior Decorator. Gertrude Barbers editorial on Holly- xxoods Way to a Fine Figure" appeals to the fairer readers. Wanda Saboleski s Day Nursery in Warehouse Point is considered the finest and most advanced nursery in the country. FASHIONS: We get a glimpse of the latest fashions, clothes for all occa- sions ---A designed and modeled by Margaret Schlichting Hollywoods cleverest dress designer. As we close this magazine vue notice on the back cover a full view picture of our school. Although the buildings have weathered the storms very well the school still lacks that high quality that was present in 1938. GERTRUDE BARBER. and ROBERT SARGENT. -43 ua.- 1 552 '-lx 4- I l 7 Y - l l 6 ' 1 . . K , . - 1 2 , " S . . . .. Y . . 7 . 1 . 1. 11 D I D . 3 , l 1 'Z 1 . , . . 7 . . . . . . 1 1 . . Y f 1 1 it 1 11 . . , . 1- , . C 1 Y T Y -1 ' - . . . . , 1 A n . I Y . G . . . .1 . 11 . . 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T 0 P ' Y V 1 . . . 1 S 7 1 C 1 V 11 1 V 1 1 C K 1 V 1 Y Ellsworthzan 9 f-K1 L65 'U Front Ron Mlss Hyson Mr Greer Prlnclpal Magnuson Mr Reardon Back Rou Wxllnm Tobln Dorothy Ludlam Frank Burnham Maxine Schllch mg Edvuln Thresher ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Under the guldance of xts ofhcers the Athletlc Assocxatxon has m reased xt nembershlp greatly over last year Once agaln we owe much of the success of the program to Mr Wood s k1nd contrlbutlons Ihe Assoclatlon has been respons1ble for the orgamzatlon and equ1pp1ng of the soccer and the boys and qlrls basketball varslty teams Besxdes thls lt has backed mterclass games m basketball and softball Next year lf posslble It xull sponsor a baseball and probably a tennls team Preszdent FRANK BURNHAM Vzce Preszdent EDWIN THRESHER Secretary WILLIAM Tosw Treasurer MAXINE SCHLIFH FINCJ Asszstant Treasurer DOROTHY LUDLAM Faculty Manager MR Ionv REARDONI ' --af 31 liek- I 3 8 ,M X r 1: 5 , . , ' ' , . . ' 'I ' '2 ' . , . ' ' 3' , 5 1 ' . ' A L ' ' . . . . . Y. Ellsworthian 32 lie- I 9 3 8 fk.: LAW Front Rou Ellzabeth Vlbert Anna Huntley Ieannette Bollei MBXIDQ Schllchtlng Back Rou LOUIS Pltney Stanley Llghtfoot Roger Arnold Wllllam TOb1H ELLSWORTHIAN STAFF YEAR BOOK STAFF Asszstant Edztors MAXINE SCHLICHTING ROGER ARNOLD Art Fdztor STANLEY LIGHTFOOT Busmess Managers IEANNETTE BOLLES LouIs PITNEY Subscrzptzon Managers ELIZABETH VIBERT WILLIAM TOBIN I 15 l D , , L, l l D . Editor-in-Chief ......,..,., ANNA HLINTLEY Ellsworthian 33 I 9 3 8 fkv: ,gd lilo Front Rou Conrad Kobylanskl Ronald Steltz Anna Mlkaloms Frank Burnham Patrlcxa V1bert Robert Huehner oseph Tracy Second Ron Frank Klrchoff Edgar Woolam Iohn Coyne Roger Arnold Ioseph Ianson Norman Petersen Thxrd Rou Martm Huenner Louis Pltney Reynold Berger Robert Sargent STUDENT COUNCIL Preszdent FRANK BURNHAM .Secretary ANNA MIKALONIS Thus organlzatlon IS composed of all the OHICBYS of the Senior Class the Presldents of all other classes the leader of each organization and a repre sentatlve from ewch room By complete co operatxon vuth the student body and the Faculty the C,ounc1l has taken over the responsnblhty of helpmg make decnslons and solve problems whlch may arlse concermng the pOllCl2S of the school Thns year our Student Councll was mstrumental m the presentmg of a plaque to Mr Wood for hls kmd generoslty ln helpmg to make possible our school and for hls many donatlons ,..........-... i 1 ' . . I . ,: . I 1 7 1 9 I ,f 1 . . 1 . I 1 v . Vice-President , , . 4 . r MARGARET SCHLICHTING . C. . - . y. Ellsworthzan Q34 9 3 FE J 155 Aww 'W MQYAQ' I . -A - 1 Aa. 4' I I . 4 Y rr " 1 -I , l ' . 7 U1 1 A I ' AI l 1 . I A f v . , l r V I . - 1 I - . . ' ' ' I . . . . A , iv H ' I Q 'P . . A i A ' . . . I A. A X . , I ' eww? fflzgflgllr ll . , N . ' Tai ' 51-. . A wif W 'H-A' A I ' l i ' I . l . 4 l 1 Front Rou Wllllam Tobm Ellzabeth Vlbert Barbara Cooper Anna Huntley Mr Ordvvay leannette Bolles Roger Arnold Frank Burnham Amella Parklns Bach ROI: Louxs Pxtney Margaret Boucher Ernestme Hack lem Dowd Anna M1k3lOHlS hclward Rlsley Margaret Schllchtmg Dons Cadder Gertrude Barber lVIIrIon Beervtort Stanley Llghtfoot SOUTH WINDS STAFF The staff of South W1HdS greatly enlarged from last year have pub llshed a paper every month Many Improvements have been made IH the paper and the results have been satlsfactory New features Included th1s year are MOVIE Revlew Exchange Colunn Ioke Sectlon and a bxgger and better Llterary and Sport Secuon Faculty Advzsor MR ROBERT ORDWAY Edztor In Chzef ANNA HLINTLEY Lzfcraru Edztors Art Edztors I'II1AIsI III VIBI RT BARBARA COORI R STANHY LIGHTFOOT EDWARD RISLM Feature Edztors HARBERT HALL ILANALTTL BOLLES ROGER ARNOLD News Editors LOIIIs PITNI-'I MARGARET BOUCHER Sport Edztors Tqpzsfs CJPRTRUDL BARBhR FRANK BURNIIAKI JEAN DOWD ERNES-UNE HACK Busmess Manager Eachange Edztor DORIS CADDER ELIZABETH VIBERT WILLIAM TOBIN MARIOIR BEERWORT AMAA MIKALONIS Proofreadcrs lVlARK,ARET SCIII ICHTING AMLLIA PARKIINS Ellszvorthian 35 I 9 3 8 55.1 mji SRF" MFI Front Row Ronald Steltz Second Row EdWlH Thresher Louls Pltney Mr Robert Stoughton Frank Burnham Rlchard Stoughton Thzrd Row Gordon Thornton Wxlham Sherldan Ioseph Tracy Roger Arnold Robert Huehner Norman Petersen Fourth Row Edgar Woolam Harry Goff Iohn Kearney Davld Pease Stanley L1ghtfoot HI Y CLUB Preszdent LOUIS PITNEY Vzce Preszdent FRANK BURNHAM Secretary RICHARD STOUGHTON Treasurer EDWIN THRESHER Faculty Advzsor MR ROBERT STouGHToN Under the leadershlp of Mr Stoughton the H1 Y has completed 1ts second year of actlve servlce ln the school The purpose of the H1 Y IS to Create mamtam and extend throughout the school and communnty hlgh standards of Chrlstlan character The membershlp of the Club IS hmxted to the three upper classes m school Durmg the year the boys have enjoyed speakers trlps and meetmgs wlth other Clubs wxth the purpose of formmg the qualltnes of good leadershlp falr play and co operatlon Such trammg should prove mvaluable to the members ' , 1 - v , - 1 1 1 v , . 5 Y v , v - ,.. - . , ' . . la . . "' 1 , . . . . vw 1 v v 1 1 Ellsworthian 36 I 9 3 8 fkai 1,43 engage lll Front Row Leah Harrmgton Stella Dzldual Dor1s Pola Iulla Yonlka Anne Wolk Fran es Zmker Thelma Curtls Second Row Helen Dworak Mary Ahern lane Balley Margaret Kupchunos Prudence Kobylanskl Wanda Soboleskl Thzrd Row Patrlcla Vxbert Nancy Iones Mxss Hlbbard Edna Perklns Elleen Schlxchtlng Fourth Row Eleanor Stead Pauline Chapman Carollne Stewart Ruby Hack Note Margaret Schllchtlng Presxdent was absent when this plcture was taken SOCIAL CRAFT HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Vzce Preszdent DORIS POLA Secretary ANN WOLK Treasurer IULIA YONIKA Faculty Aduzsor Miss E LEORA HIBBARD At the end of then' second year the S C H E Club under the dlrectlon of M1ss Hlbbard can well look back on thelr achlevements wlth prlde As the name 1mpl1es th1s Club comblnes soc1al txmes wlth the teachmg and prac UCIDQ of craft work and home economrcs The glrls have also done much char1ty work and helped greatly ln arrangmg and servmg refreshments at the soclal events and H1 Y meetlngs durmg the school year Eva Padelsky served as Treasurer for a half year President ......., MARGARET SCH LICHTING Ellsworthian --wif 37 five- I 9 3 8 f'k,1 x63 Front Row Barbara Cooper Mlss Talcott Margaret Boucher Back Rou Ioseph Ianson Rlchard Stoughton DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Preszdent Iosxspri IANSON Vzce Preszdent RICHARD Sroucrnoxs Treasurer BARBARA COOPER Faculty Adwsor Miss BARBARA TALCOTT Under the dlrectlon of Mnss Talcott the Dramatlc Club opened nts second year wnth the presentatlon of The Admnrable Crnchton Thls production was very successful because of the complete co operatnon of the Faculty and student body A large profit was realnzed from the record crowd whnch attended V I 3 1: , ' . Secretar . . . . . , . MARGARET BOUCHER H Ellsworthian ---if 38 life- I 9 3 8 FEI R53 Iumor Class Front Row Margaret Boucher Vlctor Daley Ioseph Tracy Gordon Thornton Sophomore Class Second Row Iuha Yomka Earl MIller Ronald Steltz Zlg nund Ch0lHSkl Freshman Class Tlurd Rou Ruth Basteln Gordon Dlmlow Conrad KobylanskI Ahce RIttlInger Pre szdenf Vice Preszdent Secretary Trea surer Presrdcnt Secretary Trea surer Presldcnt Vzce Preszdent Treasurer S ccrefarzj LOWER CLASS OFFICERS ILINIOR SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN IOSEPH TRACY VICTOR DALEY MARGARET BOLICHER WILIIAM THORNTON RONALD STEITZ IULIA YONIKA ZIGMOND CI-IOINSKI CONRAD KOBYLANSKI GORDON DIMLOW ALICE RITTLINGER RUTH BASTII-N . ', ' 1: ' , ' , ', Vice-President . . , . . , . , . , EARL MILLER Ellsworthzan 39 9 FR: ego. SRF' 'PM M Anna Mlkaloms hxleen Schllchtlng Frances Kr iucunas Barbara Burnha 1 Second Row W1ll1am Tobln Robert Sargent Vete Anderson Frances Sedaras Dorothy Ludlam Eleanor Rola Lydla Muzyklewz Edwm Thresher Herbert Nelson Tlmothy Rlordan Thrrd Ron Stanley Waldron Louls Pltney Raul Bxrry Reynrfd Berger Frank Burnham oseph Tracy ohn Coyne Anne Blals Norman Petersen Fourth Roz: Earl Mlller Charles Muzykxevxz Mr Hugh Greer Coach Ronald Stextz Mr Iohn Re lrdon Stanley Weskosky VARSITY CLUB Preszdent ROBERT HUEHNER Vice Preszdent ANNA HLINTLEY Secretary IDA BALNlus Treasurer RICHARD STouGHToN Thls Club as the name lmplnes rs composed of those boys and glrls who have earned thelr varslty letters The actxvltles of the Club have been llmlted but the members strnve to promote better and cleaner sportsmanshlp m the school ln future years we are sure that thxs Club w1ll be the goal of every student Mr Greer and Mr Reardon have acted as Faculty advisors ' -'fi 1 3 8 N ij 414 Y 31 s Front Row: Ruth Dowd, Regina Blozie, Richard Stoughton, Anna Huntley, Robert Huehner. I c Y I V ' ' Y I s A . Ellsworthian 40 I 9 3 8 f-Ev! L53 Front Rou Ruth Dowd Regma Blozle llxleen Schhchtmg Anna Huntley Frances Kraucunas Barbara Burnham Second Rou Lydla Muzykxewz Eleanor Pola Mr Hugh Greer Coach Frances Sedaras Anna M1kalOHlS Dorothy Ludlam Note MISS Rena Hyson ASSlSt3Dt Coach and lean Dowd were absent when thls PICYUFE was taken GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM schedule wlth new sults and adequate equnpment Although many of the glrls had never played together they soon began to cllck effectlvely defeatlng such teams as Rockvllle Slmsbury and Farmmgton Wlth the graduatxon of A M1k3lOn1S E Schhchtmg A Huntley andl Dowd Coach Greer and Asslstant Coach Hyson will rely on F Kracunus R Dowd F Sedaras B Burnham and R Blozle veterans of tlns year s team Through the generosity of Mr. Wood, the girls started on an attractive Ellsworthzan 41 I 9 3 8 fl! L53 129 Front Row Paul Barry Robert Sargent Frank Burnham Edwm Thresher Wxlllam Tobin Second Rou Vxctor Daley Thomas Hlckey Herbert Nelson Ioseph Tracy Iohn Coyne Alme Blals Iohn Iorgensen Douglas Swartz Desmond Hyde Thrrd Row Iohn Pease Sherman Waldron Hugh Howard Earl Miller Stanley Waldron Charles MUZYkl9WZ Edward Tocoms Iames Allen Harold Wadsworth Fourth Rou Manager Louis Pltney Coach Hugh Greer SOCCER SQUAD The soccer team dxrected by Coach Greer started our athletlc actlvltnes thxs year Wxth the return of most of the players from last year a good team was produced Although the scores were not so satlsfactory the games were very close and well fought Such teams as Brlstol Kmgswood Portland and Wmdsor were mcluded m the schedule -wqff ky.- , 3 1, ' ,ff . . f Y 'wr ,,",.,.' .J ' " T y .naw .W , ur A , 1-A-1 4 1 , u, K ,r A - 1 - Y . -' v v v - ' - V. . . - - . v v - 1 - f . - 5 v r v v . ' 1 V V ' - Y' . . 1 1 - - f - v - , f Ellswortluan -v 42 4- 9 3 QLQY ibn. E Z2 MS Front Row Ronald Steltz Manager Second Row Aime Blais Frank Burnham William Tobin Robert Huehner Ioseph Tracy Third Rou Charles Muzykiewz Norman Petersen Robert Sargent Reynold Berger Fourth Row: Stanley Weskosky Mr. Hugh Greer Coach Vete Anderson Mr. Iohn Reardon, Business Manager Louis Pitney, Assistant Manager. BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM The basketball team experienced an average season, while, at times, it showed championship caliber. In many games, the boys held their strong rivals up to the last few minutes of play, but luck was against them. The high lights of the season were victories over Weaver, Rockville, Portland and Stafford. Although Anderson, Burnham, Huehner, Sargent, Stoughton and Tobin are leaving, Coach Greer has what might be considered a first-string team returning next year and the prospects for a good season are very bright indeed. ' -- 2+ 1 fgvy 1,63 1 ' il 'Q . 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