Ellsworth High School - Yearbook (South Windsor, CT)

 - Class of 1944

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X :X fam Hfui'IX5L9:QJvM. l 'I ' X ' 'mi ALM ELISWURTHHAN Published by The Qllass of 1194141 IEILLSWOHRTH MIIIQMOIRUIAL HIICGH SCHOOL sown WINDSOR, I I, ,X MT. l"lC'l'lV FlCl3m5 l , l UWM' With deep gratitude for his untiring ef- forts to maintain the high standards of our school, we, the Class of 1944, dedicate our issue of the Ellswortbian to our principal, Mr. Henry J. Adams. UU Hcfii' ..'g-- gl QSQN Cf? X First Row, Left to Right: Miss Mohn, Mr. Greer, Mr. Adams, Mr. Hendcrshot, Mr. Reardon, Miss Todd, Mrs. Tapley. Second Row, Left to Righl: Mr. Furey, Mr. Loeffler, Miss Kish, Mr. Bennett, Miss Stickney, Mr. Ordway, Mr. Casinghino. FACULTY ig DPRECTGRY HENRY J. ADAMS, Acadia University, B.A., Brown University, M.A., Principal, Eco- nomics. HUGH S. GREER, University of Connecticut, B.A., Springfield College, M.E., Assistant Principal, Sciences, Director of Athletics. KERMIT BENNETT, Keene Teachers College, B.S.E., Industrial Arts. ENRICO CASINGHINO, Brown University, B.A., Mathematics, Sciences. JAMES FUREY, American International Col- lege, B.S., Commercial Subjects, Mathematics, Visual Education. OLGA M. KISH, University of Vermont, B.S., Commercial Subjects. ALBERT LOEFFLER, University of Connec- ticut, B.A., Social Studies, Science, Physical Education. 'lv' 1 ESTHER V. MOHN, Teachers College of Con necticut, B.E., English, Dramatics. Q, MADELINE A. NORTON, Ellsworth Memo- rial High School, Olhce Assistant. ROBERT S. ORDWAY, Clark University, B.A., KJ English, French, Aeronautics. QL: JOHN T. REARDON, Holy Cross, B.A., Eng- lish, Latin, Faculty Manager of Athletics. 'NJ PRISCILLA STICKNEY, Plymouth Teachers 'N-lv' College, B.E., English, Civics. 'sw N-K JANETH FORD TAPLEY, Framingham Y Teachers College, B.S.E., Director of Home Economics. Rf MARY A. TODD, University of Connecticut, E B.A., Social Studies, Physical Education. M F - 'TJ' '-C QW X xx. +064 -N0 bwoxbq Q 'SWWAQ xe ' Q 6060 vw QW' ,B wwf' WSW' ev xo S K Pre, H V I 7 ' V Q V rvillialli 13,12-old V I Edt Pre"3"fw.- X J' Effetdj-151 Had: 5 F :rrhur K0ehler W0 Z4 feamrer: xb ro S Ezleen Koegsfh J., 0 Af ' vl , O 'nip' 5 , - ff! T LVOAW F .V W O MQQI, 'E 1 'A 'f 4 TB T1-f , f ff , 9 . :QF f i I N Sf , N. .X Q My W , Y V- iw '-A, V, .1 IQ? .. ,' lx S,-Q I NORMAN ANDRQSS A "Iggy" His heart is light within him, lads, Whate1'er wind doth blow. Varsity Soccer, l,2,3,4g Sophomore Vice President, Varsity Club, 2,33 Varsity Track, l,2,3,4g Hi-Y Club, 5,43 Varsity Basketball, 1,2,3,4g President of A.A., 4. Iv -' I l 1 ! l 1 WILLIAM ARNOLD ! V , 3 il "Bill" Quick of wit, and quick of smile, He's a friend you'll End worthwhile. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committee, Photography Club, lg Student Council, 2,43 junior Prom Committee, Class Marshal, 3, Dramatic Club, 5,4g School Play, 5,45 Senior Get-Together Committee, First Aid Squad, 3,-4, Senior Class President. I ' I 04 W- cj f I WW rj X f J!! It - 7 lf! L f R jf i . f fl ff!! Y x Off ' X BETTY BARRY "Betty" An utterly bewitching lass, With twinkling eyes and dancing feet. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committee, Field Hockey, 1, Glee Club, 2g.Dramatic Club, 5,4g junior Prom Committee, In- ramural Basketball, 2. N - 4 X - 's 'AD 3 That wo g ' , X Gets work done cheerfully and right. f W Wwfggfsffl Blac sparkling eyes that mischief show, At once give proof to what we know, rlein uith this dainty sprite Freshman-Sophomore ' Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committee, Class Treasurer, 2, S.C.H.E., 2.14, Secretary, 3: South Winds Staff, 3,43 junior Prom Committeeg Sports Dance Committee, 3,4, General Chairman, 4g Class Night and Graduation Usher, 33 Senior Get-Together Committee, Student Council, 4g Yearbook Stall, 4. MILDRED BOULET "Millie" I love my duty. love my friend, Love truth and merit to defend. Home NUl'Sing, 53 Class Color Committee. 4 y JL! is GLORIA BRAGG "Glo" No great talk-a greul sweet silerzre. lntramural Softball, l,2, Minstrel, 2, junior Prom Com- mittee. L 1 I , ,, 'K W! 'Lx , . If f .Y " Nr , ,. , X.-' I -,-4 , . we rw-f'Lf'ZVH? kj ,f 0 If CHARLES BUDDES V rf! f J .1 X swf W,- sc And when a lady's in the case, You know all other things give place. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committee, Interclass Basketball, 1,25 Soccer, 2, Intramural Basketball, 1,2g Interclass Track, l.,2,3g Junior Prom Committeeg Interclass Soccer, 5,4g Basketball Squad, 1,2,4g Senior Get-Together Commit- teeg Hi-Y, 3,45 War Bond Committee, 4. fifjwy if. ,ff-7 i fi 'i D fljfrf f fx! '14 V 'Cf nf! J X MARGARET BUSHER ..Red,, A versatile miss, always willing to serve, The best of luck she does deserve. Glee Club, 1,2,3g S.C.H.E., 2,35 Sports Dance Committee, 23 Dramatic Club, 2,3,4g School Play, 3,45 Dramatic Club Treasurer, 4, junior Prom Committeeg Class Night and Graduation Usher, 3, South Winds Staff, 4, Senior Get- Together Committee, Yearbook Staff, 45 Cheer Leader, 4. AUDREY CARTER "Audrey" Alistress of herself, though china fall. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Dramatic Club, 35 S.C.H.E., 2,3,4, Treasurer, 4, junior Prom Committee, Class Night and Graduation Usher, 5, Sports Dance Committee, 2,5,4g Senior Get-Together Committee. f .1 ,ale 54,1 f'QfL-1.1-CIQC-0 A 4 Y I 'X t A ' fi, - I' L -"1 1 I ff we . A ,,, DAVID COLLINS "Dave" The best of sports, a very good fellow, May life bring you the best of luck. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committeeg Soccer, l,2,g lnterclass Basketball, l,2,3g lnterclass Soccer, 3,43 Basket- ball Squad, l,2g junior Prom Committee, Class Night and Graduation Usher, 3: Fire Squad, 3,4. WALTER DEVERAN "Ozzie" ,JVWQJJ SHIRLEY cooPER "Shirley" A glumor girl and fashion plate Wfhose thirst for knowledge naught can sate. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committee, Class Treasurer, lg Class Secretary 2, Intramural Basketball, 3,45 General Chair- man of Junior Prom, Secretary of Varsity Club, 33 Class Night and Graduation Usher, 39 Cheer Leader, Z,3,4g Secretary of A.A. Council, 45 Yearbook Staff, 45 South Winds Staff, 3, Honor Society, 3,4. f 5 fr' V! ,r 1 .tj , ' N BW' A. CD AA ' 4' f j J ,Aff 0 Q - I N,-+f'f" jfvkf N X He lives content, and enries IIIHIE, Not even 4 monarch on his throne. Basketball Squad, 1,25 Soccer, l,2,3g Interclass Basket- ball, l,Z,3,4g Intramural Basketball, l,2,3,4g Track, 2,33 Interclass Soccer, 4. I V64 1 4 . f llIiI.IiN IDILLON HllL'lCI1H II 'fm t'i11'1'.t for xl.1irf 411111 AUIIUI' 11't1.y.i.9 Guirly 111i1Lw' lift' r1'r11'tfv while. SC.H.li. Club. 1: Sophomore-lircshman Party Commit- lL'0L junior Prom Committee: lllllllr NIIFSIYU-Z. 5, . f , . , .1 I 1 I In ' 1 " .y 0 . A 4 1 N My I i - , 1 ANN l3lll:l"Y I 4 14 "Dull" ' ,J Her warrlx of ll'rll'l1c'tl lwlgflf .uni ll111111lt1'111g Iffllllll v .'l1m1:v ilu' gazing xtlfzlwlls Vxlllglli IIVUIIIIII. Frushnlan-Sophomore Party fhininittt-cg liiultl Hockey Squard, lg lnterclasa Basketball. I. Loath. 2.5: Minstrcl. lg Sophomore-Freshman Parti f,onnnittcc1 lntcrclass Soccer. 3: lntcrclass Softball. I.l.3. Clan Night and Graduation Usher. 53 Glcc Club. 1.4.4. Secretary. 21 Intramural Basketball. 31 junior Prom lfontmittt-up Dra- matic Club. 5.-ig Senior Play. -I: South Wiiitls Staff. 2.5.-I. Editor. 4: Varsity Club. 5.ig Varsity Iiuskctball. 2.5.11 Cheer Leader, 1.3.-Ig A,A. Council Vice Prcsitlcnt. 5.61 Senior Getffogcthcr Committee: Stutlnt Council. II: Yearbook Stall. I: National Honor Soricty. 5.4. N 'E A "' . . If - . A5 ,aj f Q' f X '-f A AQ,1,,., 712-W! ffl kj 5 PHILIP GRANT "Phil" Il nrlfv lllilklhi lfvz 111.111, lircshman-Sophomore Party COIIIIIIIUUCZ Senior Gt-t-'l'o- gcthcr Connnittccz Fire Chief. Ki: lntcrclass Soccer. ig IIi'Y, I. If Y rf! f X W, jj, f f a I 1' 5. l I I x 1 lf ,fl X- 1 f 2 JV J, J v l 1 1 W W I W 1 ' . 00" ' ' 4' 'v mirly .nn jul ily nlmnml. , f A f X 1 K! V ij! 'lL1KmQl1vllc,Hlcll1l,x f r ' , X ll! uhh r 1 1 1 ntcrclass Haskcthall. I: Varsity Soccer. l.l1 Varsit l 'wiv ,loc Grigulj' will lu' lnnml. kctlwall. l.3.ig l'1rc Squad. ,w.n. cc V5 y Ll'r J X ,. 9? 6? Bas- , J WD 1, f r f fo A if V' x f if! lll7XX'ARD llAf.K "IMI" llc kr-fu lzix lilllltklfj' mul lrnlfr, llix illllL'fH'lIlll'IIf tongue lun! pvu, :Iml mural. iu mrnllmml .lx in vfmllw Prirlc nl bix fvllou' Hll'll. lntcrclass Track. 2.5g Class Vice President. 3: lntcrtlass Soccer. 5.-ig Assistant Manager. Soccer. SQ Man tgcr Son og Class Vice President. 4. , A. ' f ,fc LAR-A A! f'-K, - f 4 ,I 4 ,' . I , f , .514 filk K M? 4 ?'! fl -1 fl f : f "' A ,Af ,f'k,A5 . J' .ff 1 t ' . 7 ' 1 - , h f 1 -nl!! gf' ' ff- fx f ,Af fl l " " l'. gtx 1 V' -llA5Il .fb K f 1 IQ ' , Fr! Kr. 455. Qtr' 'Fd fx , 'g A . ,, " ..- ,. H.. M1 Q- r',x ad! .1 firm nl lp,1rr1iug. prmlwll. fml: N' f I 'l :mm ni cnlnufgv, firm. .uni fi! for lruxl. , , H' , . . . . , -',. btudent Louncrl. I. lnturclass Soccer. 1.-ag lnterclass Baa' 6 kcthall. ig Intramural llaskcthall. 2.5.45 Photography Club. L I x ,. A 1 Q 'T 'l 4 Qs f f , Q I ' ANNAMARIE HUEHNER l 0 riAnnai, The lady in few words: Efficient, helpful, and reseruezl. S.C.H.E., 43 Sports Dance Committee, 43 Senior Get-To gether Committee. ' x K .A CHARLES JAWORSKI "Charlie" A heart within whose sacred cell The peaceful virtues loved to dwell. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committeeg Class Vice President, lg Varsity Track, 2g Interclass Track, l,2,5g Intramural Basketball, 1,2,3g Interclass Soccer, 5,-4g Hi-Y, 4' ij:-v t ! f l ol f fu ,ffl A l 10 4 'VI ' , j L A, , W 4 BEATRICE JOHNSON ' "smoky" Her songs have power to quiet The restless pulse of care. South Winds Staff, 45 School Orchestra, 4. Minstrel, 1,25 Glee Club, lg Junior Prom Committeeg J Q W as ffm U ' ELVA JOHNSON J R Q "johnny" f dia onder ul creature' A uoman of reaxon f f f . f . Never grave out of pride, never gay out of season. Freshman-So homore Part Committee So homore P Y 1 P ' Freshman Party Committee, Interclass Baseball, 2g Inter- class Basketball, l,2,3: Intramural Basketball, 1,2,3 Home Nursing, 5, Junior Prom Committee, S.C.H.E., 5 South Winds Staff, 45 Dramatic Club, 4. .J . 1 Q' BETTY KIRCHHOF "Bet" Life's a jest, and all things ,thaw il. I though! so ante, and nou' I knou' il. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committeeg Minstrel, 23 S.C.H.E., 23,43 Sports Dance Committee, 2,3,4g Photography Club, l,2,3g First Aid, 3, Girls' Intramural Soccer Manager, 3: Girls' Basketball Assistant Manager, 3g Manager, 45 junior Prom Committee, Glee Club, l,2,3,4g Dramatic Club, 3,4g South Winds Staff, 45 Senior Get-Togeth r Com- mittee. ' ' M new , ily M ALMA JOYNER "Alma" Small and fair, choice and rare, Snowy pale with moonlight' hair. "VJ" so 2.3 9.9. fr 'UH1 35 5:- Q5 O: are 3.2 22 fln Q QB 55. F9 2.5 ,,.. QE C 9-2 AZ ..c 'S O2 mi UI Color Committee, 4. ARTHUR KOEHLER "Art" Give me laughterf.. Who cares for the morrow? My mission in life?.. In dispel sorrow. Interclass Track, 3g Hi-Y, 45 Student Council, 4g Class Secretary, 4. , s JW, , x JA glbjjfji ff f f fb X14 U "ll EILEEN KOETSCH ' ..Iky,, 1 ff, ' 1 For the is gentle tha! doeth gentle deeds. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- Freshman Party Committee, Glee Club, l,2,5,4g S.C.H.E., 23.4, Vice President, 5, President, 4, Sports Dance Com- mittee. 2,53 Junior Prom Committeeg South Winds Staff, 5.41 Dramatic Club, 3, Senior Get-Together Committeeg Class Treasurer, 4g Student Council, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4g Good Citizenship Award, 4. . I fear no loss, I hope no gain, I eury none, I mme disduiu. lnterclass Basketball, l,Z,4g Intramural Basketball, I,2.5.4g Interclass Track, 5g Interclass Soccer, 3,4. 'JL fwtfz ij jdwfi 1 fl-X! fi I , a I I f . f se- ' A X HENRY KUTYLA .jjdxjl ' "crm" y l I f f X r .1 -- ..- ll X 'I If Y ll' ,Sl ' A 1 ,, I rl!! wtf' ' ' 1 't , X MARTINA LOFTUS X if "Martina" No man is happy who does not think himself so. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committeeg Basketball Squad, 21 junior Prom Committee, Intramural Basket- ball, l,2,5,4. ' e?2jgW PHYLLIS MacDOUGALD "Pl1yl " If we could surround ourselves with things of heanty, The evil things in life would teml to disappear. Freshman Party Committee: Minstrel, 23 Glee Club Together Committeeg Student Council, 4. 5 J. SHIRLEY MAHER ,JAX "Pat" A jffection warm, and faith sincere, And soft humanity are here. Glee Club, I,2,5g South Winds Staff, 5g Dramatic Club, 3' S.C.H.E. Club, 3,43 Sports Dance Committee, 4, Inter- class Basketball, 23,45 Senior Get-Together Committee. 4 x J ' f Z Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore- l,2,5g S.C.H.E. Club, 5: Sports Dance Committee. 3: Dra- matic Club, 3,-4g junior Prom Committeeg Senior Get- To V-A it Ln all 1441, ll 674 ' ll MARGARET MATULIS "Peggy" And she is fair, ami, fairer than thu! word, Of U'0ll!1l'0IIS 1'irtue.v. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committeeg Sophomore- Iireshman Party Committee, Intramural Basketball, 5, lnterclass Basketball, 5, Junior Prom Committee: South NX'inds Staff, 43 Dramatic Club, 3.4, School Play, 3: Dra- matic Club Secretary. 4: Senior Get-Together Com- mittee. ' FRANCES MCLANN NF!-an-v Om' always bus time enough, if one will apply it well. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee: Sophomore- Ftcshman Party Committee: Field Hockey, lg South W'inds Staff, 23,43 Intramural Basketball. l, Coach, 2.5.4, Varsity Basketball, 2,3,4g Varsity Club, 33 School Play Usher, 5, Four Town Fair Committee, l. ANNE McGRATl'I "Anne" lVlJy xbould life all labor be? Dramatic Club, -1. , N WNW 452. , K ,. , mfg, JAMES MCLAUGHLIN "Mac" The three W"s is my maximg plenty of zvorle, Plenty of tvillles, and plenty of wages. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee: Sophomore- Freshman Party Committeeg Soccer, 2, Varsity Track, l,2,5,-45 junior Prom Committee: Intramural Basketball, 2.5,-43 lnterclass Basketball, 3,43 lnterclass Soccer, 5,41 South Winds Stall, 3,4g Hi-Y Basketball, 3,4g Hi-Y Club. 3,-4. War Bond Committee, 4, Treasurer Hi-Y, 45 Senior Get-Together Committeeg Yearbook Staff, 45 Dramatic 4 in 'Lf4M'rfffM- we QMPQMU 'AZ' Club, 49 Senior Play, 4. I V 'L fivitifbcv' ,,7ff,fff V J 5 1 1... f FRANCES M ETCALF "Fran" A smile for all, u welcome glad, A jovial coaxing :ray she had. S.C.H.E. Club, 25,45 Dramatic Club, 5: junior Prom Committeeg Sports Dance Committee, 5,4g South Winds Staff, 4. , r N -,,,- - . -ff , J 3, ' wi X T7 s f 9 ' 1 LOIS MILLER ..Lo., Wfhaterer she did was done with such ease, In her alone 'twas natural to please. 1 r Freshman Part Committee Minstrel 2' Soi homo e- y . 3 , , Glee Club Secretary, 3, junior Prom Committee, Senior Get-Together Committeeg Dramatic Club Vice Presi- dent, 49 South Winds Staff, 4, Class Motto Committee, 4: Cheer Leader, 4, Yearbook Staff, 4. Q c - CHARLES MUSKA "Charlie" My doctrine is to lay aside contention and be satished. Soccer, lg Basketball Squad, lg Interclass Basketball, 1. MARY MUSKA ..Mary,, Il's tranquil people who accomplish much. JOHN PADEGIMAS uputtu His smile can make a summer Where darkness else would be. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Hi-Y, 59 Inter- class Basketball, 1,2,5g Intramural Basketball, 53 Inter- class Track, 2,33 Soccer, 2,5g Varsity Club, 55 Chairman of Senior Get-Together, Junior Prom Committee. My epul-r " A R Nfl M 4, -. 'f' ' - sg DOUGLAS PLATT "Doug" Grave was his air, 'and cautiously he spoke: His words were wondrous wise. National Honor Society, 3,4g Student Council, 3,45 Bas- ketball Assistant Manager, 35 Basketball Manager, 43 Track Squad, 53 Interclass Track, 2,3g Junior Prom Com- mitteeg Class Night and Graduation Usher, 3, Editor-in- Chief of Ellsworthian, 4g South Winds Staff, 4. 'N gk! N 'NK adn' js t,QJf 4,,f'i ra VCA-1 fl X Q XA' fx LV., .. J NANCY POTWIN nNancyn A blooming lady-a conspicuous flower, Admired for her beauty-for her sweetness. Interclass Basketball, 3,4g Dramatic Club, 2,5,4g Junior Senior Get-Together Committeeg South Winds Staff, 4. MARJORIE RICHARDSON "Marge" She was made for happy thoughts, For playful wit and laughter. Interclass Basketba , l,2,5g Air Raid Messenger, 3,4g junior Prom Co fitaeg School Band, 4, Varsity Bas- ketball, . 1 ' 7 If f lynjn ,tff fry! RU' P flfffli ' . Prom Committee, Class Night and Graduation Usher, 3g V ELIZABETH SARGENT "Bertie" Whose looks are fond, and whose words are few. S.C.H.E. Club, 2,3,4, Secretary, 4g Dramatic Club, 3g Sports Dance Committee, 23 Freshman-Sophomore Party Committeeg Class Night and Graduation Usher, 35 Senior Get-Together Committeeg Secretary of junior Classg South Winds Staff, 4g Yearbook Staff, 4. , I ,.k. 1 3 9 Q, 7 HELEN SPILKA 44 , "Helen" f X X X7 X X4 Hu, ,,,,1y 1,-,U 11, lure 4 friend is lo be one. Student Council, lg Junior Prom Committeeg Freshman- Sophomore Party Committeeg South Winds Staff, 4. 6 JOHN STANAT rrjobnnyu Silence is his mother tongue. 14 all Nh -5 ff - ' x 3 tb RAYMOND STEITZ I "Bullet" All great men are dead. And I'm not feeling well myself. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee-g B Squad, 1,25 Varsity Basketball, 45 Intramural Basketball, lg Interclass Basketball, 1,23 Interclass Soccer, 53 Inter- class Track, 2, Student Council, 34 President of Junior Class, Hi-Y, 3,4. asketball we . H JZ ERNEST SUNEGA "Mike" A jolly and true, happy fellou'. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Interclass Bas- ketball, l,2,3g Interclass Soccer, l,2,5,4g Interclass Track, l Z Varsit Track, 3,45 Junior Prom Committeeg School , 3 Y Band, 4. Q R li? FREDERICK STOLLE HF!-edu Cheerful and courteous, full of manly grace, His bearfs frank welcome written an his face. Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Interclass Soc- cer, 29 Intramural Basketball, l,2,3g Senior Get-To- gcther Committee, Yearbook Staff, 4. X S CAROLYN WADSWORTH "Carolyn" Her air is so modest, ber aspect so meek, So simple and sweet are her charms. Photography Club. 4. V new ,l , 1- X wg - H- l J 'x,'N , -.. - X r. N in 7 CQPAULINE VERANIS X 4 M upaulyu She is a maid of artless grace, Gent.e in form and fair of face. Glee Club, 2,3,4g Intramural Basketball, 3,45 Dramatic Club, 3,43 Interclass Basketball, 1,2,3,4g Senior Get-To- gether Committee, S.C.H.E. Club ,3,4g Sports Dance Committee, 35 Class Marshal, 5. MERVIN WALDRON "Mort" He lived ai peace with all mankind: In friendship he was true. Interclass Basketball, l,2,3g Varsity Basketball, 4, Inter- class Soccer, 3, Hi-Y, 5,4. ,Lap arf C r 9 WALTER WOHLLEBE "Biff" Ah, this learning! Wfhat a thing it is! Intramural Basketball, 2. wjfll J ,sf ,jf Q' V , . XLICE YORK fl jipquiet manner, o'er Hlled with grace, character hne, a pleasing face. Sports Dance Committee, 44 S.C.H.E. Club, 4. 0 H are 'mm' xx I ., V fy lf: J5- jf.. M- ,fiv- X, l'-L For you, dear Ellsworth, though we depart, We'll keep a warm spot deep in our hearts. Tho' the road may be long as we venture our way, Our dreams we'll recall as we toil day by day. To far away places in years we may roam, With mem'ries of school days, of teachers, and home. And so, Ellsworth High School, may you never dieg We leave thee foreverg good luck and good-bye. Words and Vlusfc br Be3'l'vic.e, Tolmson 5'2" f X 9 7 X39 :hwy X! R W MA, 4 .1 001 5 1 2 N , X gil gill ass Poe For four years at Ellsworth we've been happy and free, We hope there is no dearth of good luck for thee. In gladness, in sadness, in four years of fun, We've worked and we've played, here our battle is won. In drama and dancing and singing and sports, We've upheld your endeavors, giv'n all our support. Your fame and your glory shall be praised by us all, The day we should leave thee we've tried to forestall. We stand on the threshold with nary a care, Knowing well that your teachings will favor us there, Knowing our motto: "So many worlds - so much to do, Will provide inspiration and thus see us through. As now we withdraw from your portals, dear school, We face 1ife's battles, clear-headed and cool. Finding truth in your teachings, with hope in our hearts, We bid ,fond good-bye, and now we depart. 'X 5 .AJ cam ----- jB.II.T 'H few 7 J FN NQWJN ixIQ A7 K if Qkj ' l ig Y x MJ, A 'rw f lgfyntxi by N N 0 Girl Shirley Cooper , Betty Kirchhof .... Shirley Cooper 4,,. Phyllis MacDougald Eileen Koetsch .,,.., . Eileen Koetsch .. Ann Duffy .....,. Nancy Potwin ...... . Ann Duffy 4 ,....n . Margaret Busher ,,,. Carolyn Wadsworth Betty Kirchhof ...,.. Betty Kirchhof ,. Ann Duffy .A..... Ann Duffy ,..i,. CCILASS BAILIIAOT Best Dancer . Class Clown ..,,n,, ..Most Sociable .r.t. . Best Dressed .4,.... n......,,,..Best Natured .. ,Most Musical ,.r...4...Class Artist . , .,n... Class Actor . t,,..,,.Most Athletic . ,. ,,.,.... Most Dignified .... .. .,Most Bashful .n,,i , ....,.....Most Talkative Best Excuse-Maker ....,......Model Student ..r....Youngest Members Russell Burnham Arthur Koehler William Arnold ,. ...,.. William Arnold Edward Hack Ernest Sunega Douglas Platt William Arnold Norman Andross Douglas Platt Charles Muska Joseph Grigely Donald Woolam Douglas Platt r,..........Douglas Platt 771 ao ' KW, xx ff I qt! The program usually heard at this time has been cancelled in order that we may bring you the history of the Class of 1944. We now switch you to EMHS Class Night where the program is already in progress. Amidst a deluge of rain one September morning in 1940, ninety-seven green freshmen entered the portals of Ellsworth Memorial High School for the first time. The fear of the customary initiation given to freshmen by upper classmen was not lacking. When we saw several boys being forced to walk the halls with pants and sweaters rolled up to the knees and elbows, we knew that the situation was well in hand. Remember how nice it was to have a shower with your clothes on, boys? Our first high school social, which was widely attended and enjoyed, was a party given for us by the Sophomores. After several months when we felt acquainted enough to choose our officers, we elected Mervin Waldron, Presidentg Charles jaworski, Vice President, Kenneth Kessler, Secretary, and Shirley Cooper, Treasurer. Now that our class was organized, we were able to show our initiative by giving the Sophomores a return party. An outing at Lake Compounce ended our first year of high school in a cheerful manner. After a fleeting summer we found ourselves Sophomores. At this time election of class officers was uppermost in our minds. The ballots showed that we had selected for President, William Muska, Vice President, Norman Androssg Sec- retary, Shirley Cooper, and Treasurer, Elinor Bastien. Already there were signs indicating that our class had many outstanding athletes. It gave us great pride to see William Muska, Norman Andross, Mervin Waldron, and joseph Grigely make baskets for our beloved basketball team. Although we did not capture the C-D Championship title this year, we won eighteen out of the nineteen games played. X991 Members from our class who displayed ability on the track squad were james McLaughlin, Donald Woolam, Norman Andross, William Muska, Mervin Waldron, and Charles jaworski. Our successful soccer squad also claimed many boys from our class. Among them were john Padegimas, Charles Buddes, James McLaughlin, Ernest Sunega, David Collins, Norman Andross, William Muska, Donald Vfoolum, Wzlltcr Dcvcrun, joseph Grigcly, and Mervin Wailtlrtmn. Several of our girls, Ann Duffy, Martina Loftus, and Frances McCann, were determined not to let the boys excel them and starred on the girls' basketball team. How astonished the Seniors were too when they saw two capable sopho- mores, Shirley Cooper and Ann Duffy, as new cheer leaders. Contributing to the success of the annual play production, "Dictator Dad", was Nancy Potwin. Thus ended our second year at Ellsworth. The class opened its junior year with the election of class oflicers. Those chosen for the ensuing year were Edward Hack, President, Bettie Sargent, Secretary, and Donald Woolam, Treasurer. This year was an exceptionally busy one for the class. Many of us cheerfully added to our studies, courses in civilian defense, first aid, or home nursing. We also practiced air raid drills, and "be prepared" seemed to be our motto. Toward the end of the school year.in May and june, our school day was shortened so that students might relieve the critical labor shortage. For the first time an activity period was included in our program to provide time for additional courses, such as photography or commu- mcations. "Four Cheers for Joan", the annual play production, was a great success, especially since Nancy Potwin held a leading role. Other important parts were played by Betty Barry, Margaret Matulis, Margaret Busher, and Bill Arnold. Have you forgotten Bill's South American accent? One Friday night in May all thoughts of studies were put aside in order that each boy might take his best girl to the social highlight of the season, the junior Prom. Although the gasoline shortage frightened us at first, we soon discovered a way out. By piling as many couples as possible into each car, we proved the adage, "the more the merrier." All our transportation difficulties were forgotten when we saw the decorations. The committee had spent many hours making paper roses which they entwined on a white picket fence. Our boys gained in athletic ability, and with the aid of William Muska, Norman Andross, Mervin Waldron, and joseph Grigely, we won the C-D Championship for 1945. Again the gasoline shortage caused many problems. But when it is something concerning basketball, a true Ellsworthian will always find a solution. In fact, coming to games by bicycle, shanks mare, or even in hay wagons only added to the pleasure. One night a long overdue wagon was thought to be lost somewhere in Scantic. In june we adjourned for a summer's vacation. At last that long awaited year had arrived. We were seniors! How proudly we used those front steps or took our places in the front rows at assembly! But we had serious duties and -tasks also. The worthy students elected to carry on the responsibilities for this important year were William Arnold, President, Edward Hack, Vice President, Arthur Koehler, Secretary, and Eileen Koetsch, Treasurer. Our first undertaking was the Senior-Get-Together presented to acquaint the underclassmen with one another. In the fall the seniors and freshmen co-operated to amuse the student body with the comedy entitled, "Teapot on the Rocks." Seniors participating were Nancy Potwin, Margaret Busher, Ann Duffy, William Arnold, and james McLaughlin. Helping to maintain the excellent reputation of Ellsworth's basketball team were Norman Andross, Mervin Waldron, and Raymond Steitz with Donald Woolam and Douglas Platt as co-managers. Ably leading the students in their cheering at the games were Shirley Cooper, Ann Dulfy, Lois Miller, and Margaret Busher. With the assistance of many eminent seniors, the soccer squad passed an undefeated season. Well deserving of the merit, Eileen Koetsch was awarded the Good Citizen- ship Medal by the Daughters of Amrican Revolution. That long and tedious task of editing the yearbook was given to Douglas Platt, Editor, and Elinor Bastien and Shirley Cooper, Associate Editors. With Ann Duffy as Editor-in-Chief the "South Winds" maintained its wide popularity. Other seniors responsible for its success were Elinor Bastien, Nancy Potwin, Betty Barry, Margaret Busher, james McLaughlin, Frances McCann, Ernest Sunega, Betty Kirchhof, and Douglas Platt. It was delightful to hear melodious notes coming from the cafeteria every Monday. Yes, music was added to our curriculum this year. Another fine addition was the art classes conducted on Tuesdays. Although our Washington trip had to be cancelled, we didn't complain because we felt that the winning of the war was more important. The Hi-Y Club gave us another opportunity to help by sponsoring bond drives to which we all contributed willingly and gladly. We were obliged to give up several boys from our class to the service of our country. However, we know that they, coming from Ellsworth, are doing a grand job and we are proud of them. Those inducted into the Navy were William Muska, Russell Burnham, and Arthur Koehler. Our years at Ellsworth will soon be over. We have worked and worried, yet the pleasant memories and good times will stand out in our minds as we pass on to future activities. Thus concludes the history of the Class of 1944. We wish to thank the sponsors of the program usually heard at this time for relinquishing their time on the air in order that we might bring you the history of the memorable Class of 1944. We now return you to your regular station. AUDREY CARTER, Class Historian Us at M .ani Z'Ef5'zf.fz..mJe-.vz'zf 0 fav if We, the Class of 1944 of Ellsworth Memorial High School, leave the following testament of our affection for our Alma Mater: Norman Andross leaves his skill in all sports to the Bourke brothers. Don't quarrel over it, boys. Betty Barry surrenders her love for Frank Sinatra to june Mather or anyone else who wants to swoon. William Arnold bequeaths to anyone with a candid eye, his skill at taking pictures. Mildred Boulet's friendliness and sunny disposition are left to Pearl McHugh. Charles Buddes submits, with all the humbleness of a senior, his line of corny jokes to George Palozie. Gloria Bragg respectfully surrenders her shorthand notebook to Linda Grennan. David Collins faithfully turns his quiet manner over to George Krivickas. Margaret Busher bequeaths her artistic abilityr to Ray Van Sicklin. Walter Deveran bequeaths his ability to bother feminine hearts to Joe Vibert. All heart specialists, take notice. Audrey Carter happily relinquishes the sale of lunch tickets to any bookkeeper interested. Philip Grant leaves his job of putting the cows and chickens to bed down on the farm to Bill Harrington. Doris Butler is the recipient of Shirley Cooper's many school activities and excellent marks. joe Grigely relinquishes his good disposition to Hank Sheridan. Helen Dillon hereby presents Barbara Tromley with her constant line of chatter. Edward Hastillo thoughtfully bestows upon Bob Sansom his ability for making out absent slips. Ann Duffy bequeaths her ability of almost invariably making the high honor roll to Remo Bonali. Charles Jaworski wills a part of his great knowledge of mathematics to james Rice. Annamarie Huehner has reserved her place behind the candy counter for Betty Havey. Arthur Koehler leaves the lead foot he uses when driving his truck to Bernie Shortman. Elva johnson relinquishes a little of her altitude to Eleanor Morris. Henry Kutyla surrenders his position under the basket in Friday League to Richard Simler. Don't sink too many sucker shots. Beatrice johnson bestows upon George Christoph her weekly vocal lessons. You can start practicing any time, George. james McLaughlin doesn't need his wolf instinct any more so any lonesome freshman who wants some fun may have it. Alma Joyner bestows upon Rose Wolk her cheerfulness and friendly smile. Charles Muska submits his knowledge of the world to any travel minded student. Charlie's advice is, "Don't roam too far from home room." Betty Kirchhof wills locker number 193 to Rene Bourke. We hope you like cookies and crackers, Rene. John Padegimas respectfully surrenders his gifted voice for making announce- ments to Karol Wadach. Don't use too many of Doug Platt's words, Karol. Eileen Koetsch, one of our busiest seniors, leaves her knack for sewing to Carol Wall. John Stanat-faithfully leaves his bookkeeping books in the care of Kenneth Stone. Now he can study all the figures he wants. Martina Loftus leaves her ability as a typing speedster to june Armstrong. Fred Stolle relinquishes a portion of his friendly manner to Alfred Malone. Phyllis MacDougald leaves her pretty brown curls to jim Blozie. Ray Steitz leaves his ability of giving snappy answers to Roderick Grant. Shirley Maher bequeaths her interest in cooking and sewing to Dorothy Davis. Ernest Sunega hereby presents his seat behind his sax to any long-winded student. Margaret Matulis surrenders her skill for successfully accomplishing her studies to Jake Kennedy. Homework is what counts, Jake. Mervin Waldron bequeaths his good looks and personality to Jim Norton. Frances McCann, a sports enthusiast, leaves her love of basketball to Helen Muska. After much thought Douglas Platt bestows his overflowing vocabulary upon Raymond Waikznis. Don't make too many speeches, Tiger. Anne McGrath leaves to Shirley North her dignity and poise. Walter Wohllebe bestows his royal seat in the library to Sam McGill. Mary Muska leaves her shy but pleasant manner to Blanche Watson. Nancy Potwin, our class actress, bequeaths to Laurel Parent her dramatic talents. Marge Richardson leaves her position as trumpeter in the school orchestra to anyone who has the wind for it. To Irene Schlichting Lois Miller wills her quiet charm and pleasing per- sonality. Bettie Sargent and Elinor Bastien will to Ruth Rockwell and Mary Pease their steadfast friendship. Helen Spilka bequeaths her popularity to Marian Patinsky. Pauline Veranis leaves to Helen Pelton the great privilege of selling tickets for basketball games. Don't short-change anyone, Helen. Carolyn Wadsworth submits her quiet manner to Phyllis Neelans. Alice York leaves her favorite subject, home management, to anyone inter- ested in a happy home. Here on this ninth day of june, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-four, we, the President, William Arnold, Vice President, Edward Hack, Treasurer, Eileen Koetschg Secretary, Arthur Koehler, set our seal to this testament and last will. Signed and sealed and declared by the Class of 1944 of Ellsworth Memorial High School for their last will and testament in the presence of us who at its request have hereunto subscribed ourselves as witnesses on this first day of june, 1944. Witnesses: Olga Kish ' James Furey Henry Adams Signed: Frances Metcalf Edward Hack YW!-3 4 - ' '- Y Tail-X44 lg, w'7'-.zgridan lL- - XY cn M CX S S Xxxv 4 2 C I X Skoxv' X we " Q ' 'ni y jf! ,X FJIIH KO!-f5C.l'7 V "Ill like to see - well, what do you know? Ifileen Koetsch - I l1aven't heard from you for a long time." "Freddie Stolle of all people! lt has been a long time. hasn't it? Please sit down. What are you doing here?" "Thanks, I will. Oh, you see I pilot one of those transports from Portland, Maine, to Washington, D. C. We had a little engine trouble, so we dropped in for a visit." "How have you been all these years?" Uliilllll complain as yet. Say, guess whom I have lor my crew?" "W'hy, anyone I know?" "I'll say. Remember Annamarie Huehner and Betty Kirchhof? They're my hostesses, and Audrey Carter relieves them at Washington, also do you remember Charles Buddes? He is my co-pilot. Walter Wohllebe - you know he gave up being a wrestler -- now is a radio man. Yes, it's fun to haue some of the old gang around. By the way, what have you been doing all this time?" "Oh, working for Mr. Sunega here and --" "Do you mean Ernie Sunega?" gf Yes, why he owns and operates this airfield." "On the plane's map it just says Broad Brook airport. Ernie really has come up in the old world. I met Ed Hack outside. Is he head of the ground crew around here?" "Yes, he followed that mechanic business and gained a wonderful position from it." e "You know, I'm a pretty lucky fellow, for outside I have two of Maine's largest potato farmers, joe Grigely and Eddie Hastillo. I'n1 flying them to Washington, where they are to converse with the head of the Farm Bureau, Phil Grant." "I've been thinking what a great time we could have if we could get the class together again for a party or a reunion. What do you think of a reunion yu f' Xi - f Wi - lui W fe. , ls- g -Q3 -- A3 AOUARIUS PISCES "That sounds hne. Do you think we can get in touch with the rest of the class?" "Yes, I believe so. l have received letters from almost everyone. Oh, before I forget it, will you take some mail on to Washington? The last plane had an exceptionally large cargo, so we told the freight company to bring up the usual load of mail a few hours later. Henry Kutyla is the manager of the freight company now, and who do you think is one of his drivers? Yes, none other than that speed demon, Art Koehler, but he still gets the mail here all together." "Have you any idea of where we can hold such a reunion?" "Oh, certainly, the Paradise Palace, that's a nice place. It's owned and operated by john Padegimas. Margaret Busher with her all-girl orchestra is the special attraction this week with Beatrice Johnson as her star vocalist. Do you remember Marge Richardson?" "Surely, she played in the school orchestra." "Yes, now she plays in Margaret's orchestra." "Fine and I'm sure we can get Art Koehler to yodel for us. He used to be rather good at it back in school." "Mary Muska checks your hat and Gloria Bragg is the charming cigarette girl. Alma Joyner is the lovely hostess. Another classmate, Pauline Veranis, is collecting invitations." "Charles Muska, now owner of his brother's oil business, is delivering oil this afternoon at the Paradise Palace. Possibly we can get him to rentlcr us a song. Did you know that Charlie gives singing lessons in his spare time?" "I'll look through my special file that I have for letters and information on our former classmates and see what I can find." "We can send formal invitations to the rest of the class - you know, to make it appear sensational." "Let's see now, first we have Elinor Bastien and David Collins. Elinor is a private secretary to David, owner of the Collins' Bus Corpora- tion. He has a large business now." 'T AR in pxk I9 Y APR MAY 20 N , W N. Sag, Sa mi ." qw AR I E15 TAURU S if E TH E S f i' wks L l Jem ZNJULYEZ GElVllNl CANCER "To which card do these clippings belong?" "They belong with Betty Barry's card. She's our New York socialite and is doing very well for herself." "Here is a list. Martina Loftus, world's fastest typist. She is planning to visit Frances Metcalf's school, Advanced Training for Secretaries, where Mildred Boulet, Carolyn Wadsworth, and Alice York are the instructors." Bettie Sargent, a famed seamstress. She has her establishment in Broad Brook, Sargent, Inc. by name. Shirley Maher, head of the cooking department at the Douglas F. Platt Institute of Advanced Technology: Charles Jaworski, professor of mathematics, and Shirley Cooper, secretary to the president. The college is in Wapping, Connecticut, and is under the direction of Doug Platt. Walter Deveran is the ever-faithful custodian of the building. "This letter will have to travel across the country to reach Elva Johnson." "Why, where is she?" "She has a sheep ranch out in Arizona." "Did you hear about Nancy Potwin? She has the leading roles in many of the plays produced on Broadway." ' "And what's this card - School for Super Athletes?" "Oh! That's the Andross, Waldron, and McCann sports school. You remember Iggy Andross and Mort Waldron? They supervise the boys and Frances McCann has charge of the girls. That's a well known sports club." "There's going to be a famous reporter at this reunion. I'll bet you can't guess who he is." "james McLaughlin?" "Why, how did you guess it? He is a reporter for the 'The New York Sun'. His charming and popular assistant, Margaret Matulis, will be there also." xl X A SX il BML sum Q LEO VIRGO Q- N xxx as '5 M N i a E 4 X F' OSTQZX X Nov 22 is X X QQ xx 'v s Q X 1 . ' n W 4 SCORPIO "May I interest you in a ticket to the fashion show Macy's is having?" "You mean Macy 's of New York!" "Why', yes. they have a branch in South XX'indsor now, and Phyllis Macllougald and Anne McGrath are very popular models there." "llave you heard about the crowds this new eating place in South Xvindsor has? lt's the Dillon and Dillon Restaurant. llelen Dillon is dietitian there." "Wouldn't you know that some memhers of our class would really make the top? just think of it! Ann Duffy. noted artist. and Bill Arnold. photographer, are working at M-G-M in Hollywood." john Stanat is working as a second-hand boss in the Broad Brook Company. Ray Steitz joined the armed forces. He is stationed at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida. "If there is anyone in the towns of Fast and South XVindsor who needs a few dancing instructions, he should go to the Spilka and Miller Dancing School in Warehouse Point. Connecticut. Helen Spilka and Lois Miller, owners, give dancing instructions in six easy lessons." "There that completes the list that I have. ,l think that we have everyone, don't you? I'll look after the invitations if you will make the necessary arrangements at the Paradise Palace for the reunion." "Fine, that will be perfect. I have to be going along now, but l'll see you at Paradise Palace on June 20, 1950. l'm sure we'll all have a wonderful time." Eileen Koetsch Frederick Stolle. jr. HZ' 'aku l SAGATTARI U5 TXT Vf firfs r . I j - DXECX as 5 X ff E I-1-ii Seated, Left to Right: vixss Mokm, SXiuXes1 Coopec, Doughs Yvm, Ekkooc Basuen, YM. Yoceq. Standing, Leit to Rigbtn Eames NKcvaog'oYm, Iwo 0061, Nacgfases Bushes, Beulxe Sagem, Loks NYAXM, Ekeeo Xioexsckx, Yieci Smoke. LSM ORTH 4 S 481: ' Z' '55 if 6 If 03 'lggdzoo C110 O, 'I 0 4 A Q0 A .ya-2,091 46,406 A, ' Pegs 1, 14. e 4,66 4,0 ,. 0 4 5- 3 0' r' Q 8, aj., -fe ,Q 0, 8,0 6 0, I 1 U r,l '12 4, 9466 6' fi Qgia 'r-fl. '-I. 4" 8 I' 'C' 41 If 9 I. J' , 'e U 6 .. 6m "' ' rt 4 qi O 1- 00 :- iff 3" "' bet' V fl. y I 601 lr A J 67 7 or C Q 66 8 Io 4:9 aft " re t , fd 1-I ta 41 - . 6: .- as . I 6 'L e 'Z 2- My if ' m P-moX6,Yexe1 Tlxkowksckx, Eames Wadackx, OoarXes Socgenseo. Ano Daily, Casown Eheen Xioexscb, to Right: :Kes Seated, Le t to lligbt: ouoo, P-:shot X4oekxXec, and Row, Left to Right: Nh. ckscoh, Ykwhks NKac0oogaXd, Nancy Hkoo: Basxken, Donmd Serum. 'fbifd Ro , cc Svakgec, C-Aeodon Gowns, Norman Nxcko Raymond Beck, PSKNYNOFV Desks, Dooghs Q ff ' x Q1 Bd ,K 'Z caxxww, e 'Lf C ,Z 71 ,gs I CDMTLC1 N zsffo QS 'eg' SSB Kok f QB? Ve' O . -A SO xgb BWI 6' go? 0.-. 9 324 63, 67' 'Q -0 o hoqoe C99 woo SON' bs 'SQ O we 'SQ fr? SN. ff G59 -g,O A ,-,Q QQNQZ coz 609 0 AQ be? w9m.35f'ow? 590 , N GM Ay? I rvfff 5 'C fr-5. P . Vice 'Hold D Pre . ofgwgiiz' Ei1e:ff'e,2"v Oetsch C' 'tr ooo Q 9 f 07 I T Elinfffsre, a5Iien khxa XC'a:oX P-Aww, YOSVIKG, w Left ss, Cha Yun s W gps 1 I f f l f I J l NSFFICEWQK M Seated, Left to Right: James Norton, Glendon Collins, Charles Callhan, Donald Norton, Rene Bourke.. Standing, Left to Right: Eleanor Morris, Roderick Grant, Madelyn Daley, Irene Schlichtmg, Katherine McGrath, Marian Patinsky, Mary Duffy. President . , .,.. . .,....., Vice President Secretary ..,,,... Treasurer .,..., President ..,,,,. Vice President Secretary ..,..... Treasurer ..,,,..,. ,.... ,.,.,,..,...,... ,... President .........r.,.,,. ,. . .. .......,.... Vice President Secretary .,..,. . , Charles Callahan james Norton , Madelyn Daley Irene Schlichting . Donald Norton Rene Bourke . Eleanor Morris Marian Patinsky Glendon Collins Mary Duffy ...... Katherine McGrath Treasurer ........., ,..,... R oderick Grant Xj 1 -SQ Q ei. 995 'B YA 1? 9 se ' Y Xixqags 6633 an SSC QSYXQO6 ' YJ 9,9 5 'GCQQS5 bell Kccfapq QOQZV' Sl' ,Q , Q45 36 so 0 0 q 'vw rf s3e,eg25,0X0e,t, W' Q5 Qvbx cgi Yxqh Q was QV 5 Ymigiys i9f,o5xxg,Ys0o Q tw- we Aw 53562: G03 to in Editor-in-Chief: Ann Duffy. Literary Editors: Elinor Bastien, Nancy Potwin, Betty Barry. Featige Editors: Marian Patinsky, Margaret Matulis, Fanny oe. Gossip Editors: Lois Miller, Vincent Sullivan, june Golden. Art Editors: Margaret Busher, Raymond Van Sicklin. Business Manager: james McLaughlin. Assistant Business Manager: Karol Wadach. News Reporters: Robert Luddecker, Carolyn Arnold, Frances McCann. Servicemen: Ernest Sunega. Girls' Sports: Betty Kirchhof. Boys' Sports: Douglas Platt. Typists: Bettie Sargent, Eileen Koetsch, Martina Loftus, Frances Metcalf, Margaret Busher, Helen Spilka, Elva Johnson, Beatrice Johnson. '5 . :gig QCK' ,bgKl50g5C6QgQ W ,HX Jie iffy . Q. . 600 as- 'irxgcitixox e9 '-1 P' ,fyex 966 19 , 19' kql.x9-CPgO?oo59t 590204:-. o Q o as 4 O1 Y Axe! Kee S Q59 Q090 959 9 ew' 00' os' KS, oss Q V95 ORS gx X' 11 S 0 X' 905 xxeii isgaqo, zidfb 9 n YN, I 0 goofy? GUS? e, ,-V r mg, if 5 2 C Cl X , A ,wx W! L 0 The Social Crafts Home Economics Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Tapley, successfully spon- sored a Sports Dance with a Thanksgiving theme. Because of transportation difficulties, the girls did not ve so many social activities, but instead sponsor on3w. This was an event held in the "" if, e girls of the school. The girls in t ed their own gar- ments made eig r- 'n s W , 'at home. 1s iS fe I 6' Qi 4.5- Til, 4 Q Q 69.411 T HMS, First Row, Left to Right: Lois Wilder, Annamarie Huehner, Pauline Veranis, Betty Kirchhof, Carolyn Arnold, Mrs. Tapley, Eileen Koetsch, Audrey Carter, Bettie Sargent, Phyllis Neelans, Connie Matkof, Elinor Gibbons. Secondikow, Left to Right: Shirley Tazelaar, Frances Menko, Dorothy Davis, Alice York, Frances Metcalf, Irene Schlichting, Laura Jane Pascoe, Shirley Maher, Ilene May, Florence Boroski, Helen Pelton, Dorothy Saypalia, julia Pazytula, Helen Muska, Madelyn Daley. Third Roig, Left to Right: Gertrude Sansom, Rose Wolk, Pearl McHugh, Ruth Rockwell, Linda Grennan, Evelyn Morris, Betty Havey, Helen Smith, Elinor Bastien, Evelyn Whitehouse, Janice Hale, Eleanor Morris, Rose Ann Surber. k fii fi' css Ifirs! Row, Lei! lo Kxghlc Pauline Veranis, Lois Miller, Ann Duffy, Margaret Busher, William Arnold, Nancy Potwin, james McLaughlin, Laurel Parent, George Palozie, Fanny Roc, Miss Mohn. Second Row, Left to Right: Vincent Sullivan, Marie Almada, Margaret LaBreche, Eleanor Chayko, Doris Butler, June Mather, Betty Kirchhof, Elva Johnson, Sherman Collins, Bernice Luscinski, Lucille Grant, Dorothy Saypalia, Janice Sieber, Shirley Tazelaar, Gertrude Sansom. Frank Lasnier. Third Row, Left to Right: Eleanor Morris, Alma Joyner, Marian Patinsky, Margaret Matulis, Shirley North, Kathleen White, Carolyn Pease, Rose Wolk, Sadie Dodd. ' ff' f N :Wi TQTTI A L xt Z Sly. lf 7 F Z L f f x This year the Dramatic Club presented several one-act plays Q I '-L5 for assembly programs. Instead of presenting the usual three- JJ L, act play, the club met each week and worked on a series of 0 radio plays, of which parts were recorded. ' A Qljicers N f . 0 Nancy Potwm ., Q0 E Lois Miller .. ki Margaret Matulis .,,.. Margaret Busher . ., . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer C .Q L3 5' Qt! N Q Pi Q skin G-671' nn Duiiy, Biieen Koetsch, Paniine Veranis, Betty Kirchhoi, Mrs. Roiocut, Rita Surber, Yiorence Boroski, Peari Mcifhxgh, Georgiana Yrnes, Dorothy Smith. Second Row, ayior, Heien Smith, Frances Menko, son, Dorothy King, Barbara acqueiine Dubord, ' t' Lor- zo Rigbz: A i Doris Tommaso, Katherine T Edith Dy Breton, I ft to Rzglo . k Nataiie First Row, Left Tapiey, Caroi Wai , Katherine McGrath, Grace De Left to Right: Yiorence V1 adsworth, juiia Pazytuia, Biinor Gibbons, Barbara Buertner, Trorniey, Anna Yiori, Doris Bryant, Myra Perkins, Theresa Cynthia Coiiins, Leona Suiiiyan, Margaret McGuire. Third Row, Le raine Hannah? Bose Surber, Lorraine Scott, Lorwayne Deiiert, Byeiyn Bannoc , ' Barbara Grant, Margaret Biinskas, Louise Myers, Eiizabeth Hiii, Dorothy Myers, Bouiet, Lorraine Gagnon, jean Saxton, Giadys Fiikin. WV rider, s june Bisie Ene , 1 K, K Q M. , K 1 jx g-rl fry, ff 'S The G us . lee C at Chrisrmalsuglnllnder the di with ad fegtio elrghtfuti ginlrirs, Tapley f ft, 1 avored On Ch - Out E flstma Mrs an and S Eve th -Re - Soufh e gi 1 Th - ed lflvig Wind r S San the S5112 Spfingesethe gil-1205. Ongtlfehristmas C 01 Orch ffOrma 0 her h If regu af0ls th egtra nge ome f rn fr rgu h 9 a newly giylen sill' fefreslcrrrllecaroliglg. arlized c0llab nts. ' aCtivjt Orario y- n With -it-,l ...1--111 N 5 1 f Rx x QXCX 5a rr x X 'Vo X'3 rrwy a ckangmkn, rnest Snneg. . Maron Kay 'asknna e Bwie o n o Rigb 1 ' an arnes mes Norron. ' gn ervin Serskyi Vkrire eh er la es first R u kncenc A Sinner ankey Nva ' 1 Mberc ' Ni ur Ko hrks L e to ksn r y. aren Adam Skckxi V1Nkarn Yr - - 9 xo s err 'CQIXQY vswk- B 5 rss 'WA ,WWA er . wan? A ,aero 'oqxew can' up er Pane Xmas. iight-. Kes Carnahan. Bohn mi Row. Left to Wlladach. Ge0rg,e er Tbard rim ' arres xl des ward Back. Char Norman ndross Yvawjnxonn Srekrz. Seco bmp Grant Chades avlorskk. XC-aroX rnond Bee enneth Stone Mr. L0e6X . rnarcl Schorrrnan Don-A sborn. Leonard Ahern o n ilenne nvond Van 5 1 reside 0 og 9, go nav? 56 deg Q axenwi 9 ,red 9 ohn Y Vsce P d Cimahan 'es. Q esii 5405 vena: Q gnrnw X M, gov Chades Treasurer him r mist sf- ENC! Lang, Secret nc Snhw-an V rnce o',Le1tt l Ha M ,Lb Bd ,Ed H V Snkw , 5 Nl A , Klrchar , Sa E a Y , S C mph, Ss WV s, M WV , K. ri . Row. it Right M s. B , A O P r, W ke-mar, rr X, m r,Jn ,Sn 61,191 rx, ne I 9 1 y . I 1 c z r 5 1 o YN spot QC. A X 5. P ' nt 9 irwas ' resi em 1 Mc - Xifm 'ow 4 gn D ary. noe A Q ce wt ri ve A ' S nd' . o WHOCQMWWCUU 'mv- Firxl Row, Left to Right: Ann Duffy, Shirley Cooper, Norman Andross, james Blozie, Miss Todd. Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Loeffler, Mr. Greer, Mr. Reardon. Operating as in the past, the A.A. Council has continued to govern athletics at Ellsworth and to award letters to those worthy of that honor. . AQ-YAEEIESOY 1 6009. XEESCQOOX S i XX Ps- PK' i f " EBWNO school O f c t mf- Y W 4 P M1 v 'fe . , SSWW if Norman Andross .........,...,...,,. , .... Preszdent M315 f Ann Duffy ........,..,... .,4... V ice President SW 4! Shirley Cooper ..,.., .,..,.,... S ecretary , for 'K James Blozie .... ..,.. T reasurer I Higwwb ,V wi Coopef ' wa! S ShuXe'i Yadgxsl'-NJ 4 bl' 95359 LA, ,0I5j9,,- w , RW" W' F5fZZ.1wS'Le Qfiewe Qefsdwg . YAKXWK' we RY' he!- D9 gui' Ann 'Lies The 1943-1944 Sports Season was well handled by the cheer leaders. Having added the TEAM, Victory, and the Yea Rah cheers, the girls were well re- warded by the enthu- siastic support of the student body. 060 :YW Yx ovlxed A 'l X335 fx fl, was RSX NL First Row, Left to Right: Daniel Bourke, Theodore Flack, Norman Andross, John Padegimas, Mervin Waldron, Donald Woolam, Robert Sansom, Rene Bourke. Second Row, Left to Right: Wilfred Koetsch, Adam Wisniewski, Raymond Waikznis, James Blozie, john Kennedy, Stanley Williams, Charles Callahan, Lee Howard, Roderick Grant. Third Row, Left to Right: Thomas Hines, Charles Jorgensen, John Whitehouse, James Norton, John Ahern, Stanley Turek, Albert Krivickas, James Wisniewski, Edward Grauschinsky. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Herbert Duke, Anthony Sinsigalli, Harry Grindle, Mr. Greer, Mr. Loeffler, Vittie Masiunas, Nelson Morell, Edward Myers, Roger Linsley. CCG 505009 '-sfrl A X 0 , The soccer squad did very well this year Despite the loss of several seasoned players through graduation and induction, the team finished the season with a record of ten victories, one tie, and no losses iglsa 'aa Jw X6 . A119 BJ K QOH? 4, If iq 6 wwg? 1214, -rf , Q ov! C3-c x M 2' Atogfuaaaq' I t. 59 gxdlfxm cog 66996615 sl Y' 6,1 f eo YA 5525 S996 KGS - t J gtgbrdtgixf bed. 6 C K 0 0 . . P5 OX' ' X LN :XG isceqlgbl' 6,55 S 0066 t my vga! wth to g1,5N"lfSQo0Tb -' s . 1 ' w fa vqleoalb Skexuiiv Le096 e99e6C'b5 vx Swoobnrl w,9"n6xt0' 69095 sed' M' e-fwsoxw' 602966 woo Y'o 'AXA vo' 1 Ellsworth has very good reason to be proud of her basketball team this year. Although the boys were defeated in the semi-finals of the tournament, they were consistently sportsmanlike and consistently gave the best they had. The season was completed with a record of nineteen victories and three defeats. ": Ziff nl J 7' r"4 i it o Q U 9-K., . I EL'Jv-cgi? lilly' X 2.1! 'IRM XX YN U QW U ' ' Jn ,P :E SE 'v.f.N,J dtex. Q l Wifi MV iii, J r- 'TJ 'fu f -fl' UCS ko I O . O 1,73 S41 filo Ma, .Hoff ze C' I ' I - 'Gre11::,ko,3ftl1,g ,Ke 53364. I Rin' Fr! C912 Q00 ah 4te'7e Plz., Hoc fo J' p fn, Sr-1, . rdsoq GS A161861 OFWI, 9 Ma IIC-bt I , C .' 17 e 111 A1717 3700, Pbylj,-Ms, Rlbbf Flo, 110' Hej SNS Tod rdso Ji G ff d 17 Bet 'I M1308 . , ty IGESEZL flgda 1-. During the 1943-44 basketball season the Ellsworth girls' team proved themselves a capable and well coached group. With their new coach, Miss Todd, they carried on the true sportsmanship typical of Ellsworth teams and won the majority of their games. X Y ' li ll li ill A : - 'f f 99 X1 2: ' x7 1 xxxixx XXX: I I 'c 2' H' I , s I , Q ' as I Q 9 un : ' ' 5 'lg 0 1 'vs 2 I I, 1 , f, In is ' 4 s 1 .I 5 I , Q .1 S' 1 'Q' 5 I 'o' I ,Q lr JS 0 'Ill' 1' ' 1 O I Z, 2 2 l II' I I E 7' Z .: 1 , 5 I I Q 5 I , 7 fvu"'I, 10' 7 1 7 'r g qw, , . 1 f lr .Q fp 1 E 4 ,Mp ..,, , 0 f, Qc A. Mfr .Q s 1 : IHHQA WV!! a gl "4 '47 C ""1 90501.51 6 ff!!! F F fb "I". x l, .. My U 24 X . K 'ip J, year the boys have worked hard to make the spring track season a success Patronize Our Advertisers LQ As members of the Class of 1944, we are grateful to the following concerns. Because of their support we are able to issue this edition of the Ellsworthian of 1944. If you enjoy your class book, the editors suggest that you patronize these concerns to show your appreciation. MM W W lily? ,Ji y Nuff! ' 1 i, , K V v I f 7 JM W My ffbv L A VJ ' . My it My W YN 5 4 lowly' ,J BROAD BROOK LUMBER 8: COAL CO. 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Ellsworth High School - Yearbook (South Windsor, CT) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

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