Ellsworth High School - Yearbook (South Windsor, CT)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1945 volume:
The Class of I945
ELLSWORTH MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
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In sincere apprecuahon for her efforts both as semor class advlser and
yearbook adviser, we, the Class of 1945, dedicate our issue of the
Ell ih M E h M h
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Flood, Miss Sticlcney, Miss Green, Mr. Adams, Mr. Woodmansee, Mr. Greer, Miss
Mohn, Miss Todd, Mr. Janes.
Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Sanford, Mr. Bennett, Miss Norton, Mrs. Bosworth, Miss Hartley, Miss Mende,
Miss Kish, Mr. Loeffler.
EA C U LT Y
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Hehry J. Adams, Adzdia University, B.A., Brown Univer-
sity, M.A., Supervising Principal.
Hugh S. Greer, University of Connecticut, B.A., Spring-
field College, M.E., Assistant Principal, Director of
Kermit Bennett, Keene Teachers College, B.S.E., Indus-
Louise D. Bosworth, University of Connecticut, B.S.,
General Science, Physics, Biology.
John G. Flood, St. Michael's College, A.B., Fitchburg St.
Teachers College, Ed.M., Latin, English, Faculty Man-
ager of Athletics.
Katherine Green, Smith College, A.B., French, English,
Norman Hall, University of Maine, B.S.C.E., New York
University, Commercial Subjects.
Evelyn Hartley, Framingham St. Teachers College, B.S.
in Ed., Director of Home Economics.
Albertus Jones, Connecticut League of Art Students,
Olga Kish, University of Vermont, B.S., Commercial
Albert Loeffler, University of Connecticut, B.A., Social
Studies, Communications, Physical Education.
Rose H. Mende, Boston University, B.Mus., Music Super-
Esther V. Mohn, Teachers College of Connecticut, B.E.,
Madeline A. Norton, Ellsworth Memorial High School,
Earl Sanford, University of Illinois, B.S., Mathematics,
Priscilla Stickney, Plymouth Teachers College, B.E.,
Mary Todd, University of Connecticut, BA., Social
Studies, Physical Education.
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In loving memory, we, the Class of 1945, wish to leave a written tribute to
EIlsworth's greatest benefactor, Mr. William R. Wood. Not only his many
gifts to the school but also his genuine interest in the welfare of the
student body will long be remembered. The greatest tribute we as stu-
dents of Ellsworth can ever pay will be to attain his ideal of having one
of the finest schools in the state.
Left to Right: John Kennedy, Doroihy Howleit, Carole Wall, William Pitney.
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JOHN THOMAS AHERN 'A JUN E. ARMSTRSTE
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"Mischief lurks within him." " 'NS Petite and little Us can be,
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Inter-
class Soccer, l, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Basketball, 1,
2, 3, Soccer Squad, 2, 3, Junior Prom Commit-
tee, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, 'l,
2, 3, lnterclass Track, 2, 3, lnterclass Volley-
"A willing helper, a friendly girl,
An excellent leader in our social whirl."
Class Secretary, 1, Freshman-Sophomore Party
Committee, Sophomore-Freshman Party Commit-
tee, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, Vice President, 3, Presi-
dent, 4, South Winds, 3, Editor, 4, Girls' Basket-
ball Monager, 4, lnterclass Basketball, 3, 4,
Intramural Basketball, 3, 4, lnterclass Soccer, 4,
Class Night and Graduation Usher, 3, Senior
Get-Together Committee, Class Motto Commit-
tee, 4. -
An retty, too, i plain to seevfi.
Club, 1, Treasurer, 4, lhterclass Basketball,
3, C. H. E. Club, 2, Senior Get-Together Com-
mitte Dramatic Club, 4, Sports Club, 3.
DONALD EARL BANCROFT
"What a thing friendship is!"
' Varsity Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball
1, 2, 3, Interclass Soccer, 2, lnterclass Baseball,
N9 AVA 3, lnterclass Volleyball, 3.
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HELEN BATuLEvlTz RAYMOND BECK
"Her conversation was brief,
and her desire was to be silent."
S. C. H. E. Club, 4, Interclass Soccer, 4, Inter-
class Basketball, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4,
Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee.
"Tall, blond, energetic-an ace among athletes."
Soccer Squad, l, Varsity Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Inter-
class Soccer, I, 2, Basketball Squad, I, Varsity
Basketball, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Basketball, 'I,
Track Squad, I, 3, Varsity Track, 2, lnterclass
Track, 'l, Class President, I, Sophomore-Freslv
man Party Committee, Senior Get-Together Com-
mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Yearbook Staff,
South Winds Staff, 4, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Athletic
Association, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Student
Council, 'l, 4.
"Artist, track star, champion gum chewer-
For all these we will remember -you."
Intramural Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Bas-
ketball, I, 2, 3, Interclass Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Interclass Track, I, 2, Interclass Volleyball, 3,
Varsity Track, 3, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Hi-Y Basket-
ball, 3, Student Council, 3, Yearbook Staff, Class
Colors Committee, Freshman-Sophomore Party
"His accordion playing has brought
much pleasure to all."
Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Interclass
Track, I, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, 4.
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FLORENCE P. BOROSKI
"Playing basketball and soccer, too,
Seems to be fun, especially for you."
Intramural Basketball, 'lg lnterclass Basketball,
ly Basketball Squad, lp Glee Club, l, 2, Secre-
tary 3, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 45 S. C. H. E.
Club, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Softball, 31 Sports Dance
Committee, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee, 3, ln-
terclass Soccer, 4, Senior Get-Together Commit-
tee, 4, Dramatic Club, 4.
J EWELL BURNHAM
"Quiet as you say, but those who
Know him think just the other way."
Forest Fire Fighting Class, 25 Biology Club, 3.
OSCAR CARL BU ETTN ER
"lt is the mind that makes the man."
Forest Fire Fighting Class, 2, Auto Mechanics
Class, 35 Class Motto Committee, 4, Class His-
"Many times through every year,
Her name on the High Honor Roll we did hear."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee: Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, Class Secre-
tary, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 47
S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 4, Sports Dance Committee,
2, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Class Marshal, 3:
Senior Get-Together Committee, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, School Play, 45 Cheer Leader, 4,
South Winds Staff, 4, Yearbook Staff, Assistant
CHARLES CALLAHAN ELEANOR CHAYKO
"A learned man has always riches in himself."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Basket-
ball Squad, 'l, 3, Soccer Squad, 'l, 2, Student
Council, I, 2, 3, 4, Track Squad, I, 2, Interclass
Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball,
I, 2, 4, Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee,
Interclass Track, 2, 3, 4, Interclass Soccer, 2, 3,
Fire Squad, 2, 3, Varsity Soccer, 3, 4, Class
President, 3, Class Marshal, 3, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club, Vice President, 3,
President, 4, Class Motto Committee, 4, Class
Will, New York' Trip Committee.
GEORGE WASHINGTON CHRISTOPH
"Quiet, but not too reserved,
His popularity is well deserved."
Soccer Squad, I, 2, Intramural Basketball, 1, 2,
3, Interclass Track, 2, 3, Interclass Basketball,
3, Interclass Volleyball, 3, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, In-
terclass Soccer, 3, 4.
"Silent and quiet until you know her."
S. C. H. E. Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, 3, Glee
Club, 2, 4, Basketball, Assistant Manager, 3.
"The heroine of our Senior play,
Who is always happy and always gay."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, S. C. H. E.
Club, 2, 3, 4, Interclass Basketball, 3, Junior
Prom Committee, Sports Dance Committee, 3, 4,
Sports Club, 3, School Play, 4, South Winds
Staff, 4, Dramatic Club, President, 4, Student
Council, 4, Class Will Committee.
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Madelyn y 8-fn.. , ' "Dottie"
"A friendly smile and a cheery 'Uiello'
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, Dramatic Club
2, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary, 3
Junior Prom Committee, Sports Dance Commit-
tee, 3, 4, South Winds Staff, 4, Yearbook Staff,
lnterclass Basketball, 3, Intramural Basketball,
3, Glee Club, 4.
"From Thornton's Store for two long years
You've brought the mail cheerfully without pay."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee: 50Ph0'
more-Freshman Party Committee: Junior Pl'0m
Committee, Glee Club, l-
"Busy at the typewriter, busy as a bee,
She's the model office girl,
it's plain for all to see."
Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee, S. C.
H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club, 2, 4, Inter-
class Basketball, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Soccer, 4,
Varsity Basketball, 4, Junior Prom Committee,
Class Night and Graduation Usher, 3, Glee Club
Secretary, 4, Sports Club, 3, First Aid Squad, 2,
Class Motto Committee, 4, South Winds Staff, 4.
"Although through many an activity period
You all know when l'm awake."
Soccer Squad, 3, lnterclass Soccer, 3, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball, 3, Forest Fire Fighting Squad,
2, Auto Mechanics, 3.
HERBERT DUKE if ,gf MARGARET euNsKAs
""'e'ble" fha' Marque
"The little man who is always there.
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, Intramural
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Interclass Basketball, 'l,
2, 3, 4, Interclass Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass
Track, 2, 3, 41 Senior Get-Together Committee,
Hi-Y Club, 41 Assistant Soccer Manager, 3, Man-
ager, 4, South Winds Staff, 4, Glee Club, 'lp Art
"Constantly, constantly, on the run Q
Getting the news, and it's been fun."
First Aid Class 2 South Winds Staff 3 4
School Reportei, 3, Dramatic Club, 42 Class
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M. LINDA GRENNAN
"Silence never troubles me,
Talking is my speciality."
Basketball, l, Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Glee
Club, 'l, 4, lnterclass Soccer, 4, S. C. H. E.
Club, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Basketball, l, 2, Intra-
mural Basketball, 'I, 2, 3, 4, South Winds Staff,
4, Junior Prom Committee, Sports Dance Com-
mittee, 4, Senior Get-Together Committee.
ELIZABETH MARIE HAVEY
"As merry as the day is long."
Basketball Squad, 3, lnterclass Basketball, 3, 4,
lntramural Basketball, 3, 4, lnterclass Softball,
4, lnterclass Soccer, 4, Sports Dance Committee,
3, 4, Sports Club, 3, Glee Club, 2, Junior Prom
Committee, School News Reporter, 4, Senior
Get-Together Committee, S. C, H. E. Club, 3, 4,
Dramatic Club, 4.
WILLIAM JAMES HARRINGTON
"Who first invented work? Not l."
lntramural Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass
Soccer, 2, 4, Track Squad, 'l, Basketball Squad,
'l, 2, Sports Club, 3, lnterclass Softball, 3, lnter-
class Volleyball, 3.
DOROTHY ANN HOWLETT
"Pretty blue eyes and a charming smile,
'S' well versed in woman's wifes."
:Fre6mo1H-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
hman Party Committee' Student Coun
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tcianfi Cheerleader, 3: Junior Prom Commit-
? ,tee,"Senior Get-Together Committee, S. C. H. E
. l 4, Sports Dance Committee, 4, Class Night
v . I an Graduation Usher, 3: Class Secretory, 4.
, ?r atic Club, 4, Sports Club, 3.
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JOHN KENNEDY EDWARD KING
"Fame has taken me by surprise."
Soccer Squad, l, 2, Varsity Soccer, 3, 4, Inter-
class Soccer, l, 2, 3, Basketball Squad, l, 2
Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, lnterclass Basketball
'I, 2, Interclass Track, l, 2, 3, Class Vice Presi
dent, 2, Hi-Y Club, 3, lnterclass Volleyball, 3
Student Council, 4, Class President, 4.
GEORGE A. KRIVICKAS
"You come late-yet you come."
Interclass Track, 3, Interclass Soccer, 3, Inter
class Basketball, 3, Interclass Volleyball, 3, Dra
matic Club Committee for Play, 3.
MILLAN ANTHONY KUBASEK
"ln the shop he is supreme." "A sfuclenf, able and keen,
Soccer Squad, .ll 2: Imerduss soccer, I, 2' 4: The first of our group to goin the Marines.
Intramural Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, 4, Interclass Bas- Intramural Basketball, 2, 3, lnterclass Soccer, 4,
ketball, 3, Sports Club, 3, Hi-Y Club, 4. lnterclass Baseball, 3, Sports Club, 3.
ADELE LUCHINA VITTIE JOHN MASIUNAS
"Nice to meet, nicer to know."
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice President, 3, South
Winds Staff, 4, Dramatic Club, 'l, Class Night
and Graduation Usher, 3, S. C. H. E. Club, 4,
Sports Dance Committee, 4, Senior Get-Together
Committee, Junior Prom Committee, lnterclass
"Mischievous and carefree am I."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, lnterclass Bas-
ketball, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 4, Dramatic Club, 2,
Intramural Basketball, 3, 4, South Winds Staff,
4, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Sports Dance Com-
mittee, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Yearbook
Staff, Sports Club, 3.
"The man that blushes is not quite a brute."
Intramural Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Soc-
cer, 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore-Freshman Party Com-
mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Get-
Together Committee, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Hi-Y Bond
Committee, 3, 4, Track Squad, 3, Soccer Squad,
2, 3, 4, Interclass,Volleyball, 3, lnterclass Track,
"She is as likeable as she is lookable."
South Winds Stbff, 4, Glee Club, 'l, Class Night
and Graduation Usher, 3, Dramatic Club, 3,
Junior Prom Committee, S. C. H. E. Club, 4,
f 3 lnterclass Soccer, 4, Sports Dance Committee, 4,
Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee.
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"ln class l'm silent, "Efficiency with a cheerful disposition."
But outsideethafs a different story."
Glee Club, 4, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Sports
Dance Committee, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball,
2, 3, 4, lnterclass Basketball, I, Intramural Bas-
ketball, 'I, 2, 3, 4, South Winds Staff, 4, Inter-
class Coach of Basketball, 3, lnterclass Soccer,
4, Sports Club, 3, Junior Prom Committee,
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee.
"Carrying on the Muska tradition,
ls Helen with her interest in basketball."
lnterclass Basketball, I, Intramural Basketball,
I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Squad, I, lnterclass Baseball, 3, Basketball
Coach for lnterclass, 2, 3, Sophomore-Freshman
Party Committee, Freshman-Sophomore Party
Committee, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Sports
Dance Committee, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Soccer, 4,
Sauth Winds Staff, 4, Student Council, I, Class
Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee, Glee
Club, I, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Treasurer, 3,
S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Sports Dance Commit-
tee, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Junior Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Get-Together Committee, Inter-
class Basketball, I, 2, 3, lnterclass Softball, 3,
lnterclass Soccer, 4.
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-15'-5-,,f" ' ..,,, But who can live without talking?"
.'f,lY."'i,3f5-'- TEV, A Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Basketball,
43, 3, I, Intramural Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman-
'W' I Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore-Fresh-
man Party Committee, Sports Dance Committee,
2, 3, 4, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4,
South Winds Staff, 4, Sports Club, 3, lnterclass
Soccer Coach, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Inter-
Treasurer, 1, A. A. Secretary, 4, Class Night ', y,
and Graduation Usher, 3, Junior Prom Commit- l '
teei Sports Club, 3: Class Color Committee. j l
s Basketball, 3, Basketball Squad, 1.
JAMES NORTON DONALD OSBORN
"If I could only make those funny jokes
That I can almost make."
Intramural Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, Interclass Basket-
ball, 'I, 2, 3, Interclass Soccer, l, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball Squad, 'I, 2, 3, 4, Interclass Track, 'l,
2, Track Squad, 2, 3, Soccer Squad, 3, Student
Council, 3, Class Vice President, 3, Junior Prom
Committee, Hi-Y Club, 3, Treasurer, 4, Inter-
class Volleyball, 3, Senior Get-Together Com-
mittee, School Play, 4.
LAURA JANE PASCOE
"An actress and musician, too,
Fame should soon be hers."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, Dramatic Club,
2, 4, S. C. H. E. CI'0b, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bas-
ketball, 2, 3, 4, Interclass Basketball, 2, De-
bating Club, 3, Junior Prom Committee, School
Play, 4, Senior Get'Together Committee, Sports
Dance Committee, 4, South, Winds Staff, 4.
"He must be known to be appreciated."
Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Senior Get-Together Committee,
MA RY P EASE
"PoIiteness is to do and say
The kindest things in the kinclest way."
First Aid, 2, Interclass Basketball, 3, S. C. H. E
Club, 4, Senior Get-Together Committee, 4.
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DOROTHY PERKINS WILLIAM PITNEY
"Speech is great,
Silence is greater."
Glee Club, I, 2, 4, Sports Dance Committee,
2, S. C. H. E. Club, 2, 3, Junior Prom Commit-
tee, Senior Get-Together Committee.
ANNA MAE RICHARDSON
"Friend, athlete, seller of Nabs,
She does her work and smiles."
Class Treasurer, I, lnterclass Basketball, 'l, 2, 3,
4, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Soph-
omore Party Committee, Field Hockey, 'l, Soph-
omore-Freshman Party Committee, South Winds
Staff, 2, 4, Junior Prom Committee: ll'Ill'CmUl'0l
Softball, 3, Intramural Volleyball, 3, Sports
Club, 3, Interclass Soccer, 4, Class Color Com-
mittee, 4, Senior Get-Together Committee.
"He's busy as can be and always on the run.
Wherever Bill is, there's always lots of fun."
Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee, Intra-
mural Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Assistant
Manager, 3, Junior Prom Committee, lnterclass
Basketball, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Youth and
Good Government Representative, 3, Class Night
and Graduation Usher, 3, lnterclass Soccer, 4,
Class Vice President, 4, Basketball, Manager, 4,
Youth and Good Government Senator, 4, Year-
book Staff, Editor-in-Chief.
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"Full of good cheer is she."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Inter-
class Basketball, l, 2, Intramural Basketball, l,
2, Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee, S. C.
H. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, Sports Dance Committee, 3,
4, Class Treasurer, 3, Varsity Basketball, 3, 4,
Sports Club, 3, Class Night and Graduation
Usher, 3, Senior Get-Together Committee, ln-
terclass Soccer, 4, Yearbook Staff, Assistant
Editor, South Winds Staff, Assistant Editor, 4,
New York Trip Committee.
"A man isn't poor if he can still laugh."
Intramural Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4,,Student Coun-
cil, 2, President, 4, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, School Play
"Quiet are her thoughts, HDaVeH
BU' lWPPY if lm" "'alU'e'H "Little I ask, my wants are few."
Fifi' Aid. 27 5- C- H- E- Club, 4- Senior Get-Together Committee.
"For my words of wisdom I am known."
Intramural League, 3, lnterclass Track, 3.
"The answer to a maicIen's prayer."
Soccer Squad, 1, 2, Interclass Soccer, l, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball Squad, 1, 2, lnterclass Basketball, 'l,
2, Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee, Var-
sity Basketball, 3, 4, lntercloss Track, 3, 4, Inter-
class Softball, 3, 4, Interclass Volleyball, 3, 4,
Varsity Soccer, 4, Yearbook Staff, South Winds
I can at it for hours."
1, 2, 3, Interclass Basketball,
Track, 2, 3, 4, Intramural
4, Sophomore-Freshman Party
Committee, lnterclass Volleyball, 3, 4, Interclass
Softball, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Hi-Y
Club, 3, 4. '
I, 2, 4,
"l ?Uk8'175CC,Of time,
Le ting no advantage slip."
Intramural Basketball, I, lnterclass Basketball
3, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4: Senior Get-Together Com
"My wise remarks have caused much laughter." "Born for fun he seemed."
South Winds Staff, 2, 3, Dramatic Club, 2, 3,
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, Hi-Y Club, 3,
Secretary, 3, Intramural Basketball, 2, Soccer, 3.
"Cute and little, mostly both."
Student Council, 'I, 2, Secretary, 2, Freshman-
Sophomore Party Committee, Sports Club, 3,
S. C. H. E. Club, 4, Treasurer, 4, Sports Dance
Committee, 4, Interclass Soccer, 4.
- Basketball Squad, 'l, Intramural Basketball, l,
3, 4, Interclass Basketball, 1, 3, 4, Interclass
Soccer, 4, Sports Club, 3.
ARTHUR VAN SICKLIN
"We're all good fellows together."
Freshman-Sophomore Party Committee, Sopho-
more-Freshman Party Committee, School Band,
3, Intramural Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Interclass Basketball, 3, 4, In-
terclass Soccer, 3.
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JOSEPH W. VIBERT KAROL WADACH
Houlell Oh, '10 l'm witty." "Haw to win an argument?
Hl'Y Cl'-'bt 47 Debating Club, 3,
Talk, talk, and more talk."
Sophomore-Freshman Party Committee, Assistant
Basketball Manager, 3, Manager of Track, 4,
Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, Intramural
Basketball, 2, 3, 41 South Winds Staff, 3, 4,
School Play, 4, First Aid, 2, 3, Debating Club,
3, Representative on American School of the
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"My tongue within my lips I rein, . You ma lessica known throughout the tchut'
For who talks much must talk in vain." . Glee Club, -I' 2,1 4: presideml ai dmmonc
cies Club, 2, 3, 4, s. c. H. E. Club, 4, Junior 30:1 2' 42 G'xT0ge'h.q"5' C- Hi E-
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"Her character is reflected in her ever ready
S. C. H. E. Club, 4, Sports Dance Committee, 4.
"Yes, l'm everyone's friend,
A helping hand I always lend."
Soccer Squad, I, Varsity Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Track
Squad, I, Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4,
School Play Committee, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball, I, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Soccer, I, lnterclass
Track, ly, lnterclass Basketball, 3, 4, lnterclass
Volleyball, 3, lnterclass Baseball, 3, Represen-
tative on American School of the Air.
"A little corn to add to the joys of life."
Soccer Squad, 2, 3, lnterclass Soccer, 2, 3, 4,
lnterclass Track, 3, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Represen-
tative at the Y. M. C. A. Youth and Good Gov-
ernment, 3, 4, Sophomore-Freshman Party Com-
mittee, Assistant Manager Basketball, 3, Man
ager, 4, Intramural Basketball, 2, Representa.
tive on American School of the Air, Class Color
Committee, 4, Class Prophet, New York Trip
CLASS SONG I 945
As we draw our high school days
At Ellsworth to an end,
We leave to go our separate ways
And say good-bye to friends
Into the world ahead of us
We venture with eager mind,
Our course we've set, our goal to get
May God our pathways find.
Hail and farewell, dear Ellsworth,
It's time to say adieu,
The past four years were happy ones,
Our many thanks to you.
OUR FAREWELL TO ELLSWORTH
'Tis time for us to bid Ellsworth farewellg
Our four years of high school are o'er.
We will all be back to visit you
But as students, never more.
Our years have been shorty our clays have been happy
All the time we've been here.
We've done our work faithfully, had our fun ioyfullyg
Our four years have been filled with good cheer.
To our teachers and parents and classmates and friends
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lt is now my pleasant duty to bring to you the History of the Class of '45.
On a bright morning in early September, 1941, we entered Ellsworth from several grammar
schools. The first year was spent in making new friends and becoming accustomed to daily
life at Ellsworth.
To make us feel more a part of the high school the sophomores gave a party in our honor.
Later in the year we returned this gesture of friendship by holding one in their honor. As is
the custom, we did not elect class officers until the half year. After the ballots had been
counted, we found that James Blozie was President, Kenneth Perry, Vice President, Carolyn
Arnold, Secretary, and Anna Mae Richardson, Treasurer.
After a summer that disappeared all too quickly, we again entered Ellsworth, this time as
sophomores. To make the incoming freshmen feel more at home we invited them to a party.
This year our class officers were President, Robert Sansom, Vice President, John Kennedy,
Secretary, Doris Butler, and Treasurer, Helen Muska.
Although many boys took part in athletics as freshmen, their abilities did not come into
prominence until the sophomore year. Among those participating this year were John
Kennedy, Kenneth Perry, Adam Wisniewski, Charles Morrill, John Ahern, Henry Sheridan,
Robert Sansom, Theodore Flack, James Blozie, George Krivickas, Vittie Masiunas, George
Christoph, Stanley Williams, Charles Callahan, James Norton, Raymond Beck, and
After a summer of hard work we again elected our class officers. They were President,
Charles Callahan, Vice President, James Norton, Secretary, Madelyn Daley, and Treasurer,
The Junior Prom, which we sponsored this year, was a gala affair. The main idea was quite
a startling change from what had been done before. The gym was decorated to resemble
a night club. For ceiling decoration a huge square of blue cheese cloth was used. Card
tables were placed around the dance floor to give a more realistic effect. The orchestra
was situated at the west end of the gym. Due to the tireless efforts or Carolyn Arnold and
her many assistants the prom was a huge success.
Again taking prominent parts in boys' athletics were James Blozie, Theodore Flack, Robert
Sansom, Adam Wisniewski, John Kennedy, Stanley Williams, Charles Callahan, James
Norton, John Ahern, Herbert Duke, Vittie Masiunas, Henry Sheridan, Albert Setsky, and
To make new students and freshmen feel more a part of Ellsworth, the Senior Get-Together
was held in early fall. The various committees under Charles Callahan did a fine job. James
Blozie as Master of Ceremonies did much to make the evening a success. Among several
contests the watermelon contest held the spotlight.
On a Tuesday in November, 1944, a comedy entitled "A Mind of Her Own" was presented.
Seniors taking part were Karol Wadach, Carole Wall, James Norton, Doris Butler, Laura
Jane Pascoe, and Alice Clapp. Staging was in charge of Adam Wisniewski. Who will ever
forget Karol Wadach's Southern drawl, or Carole Wall's red slacks?
With the help of many prominent seniors the soccer squad enioyed a successful season.
The S. C. H. E. dance this year, under the direction of several seniors, was a patriotic one
featuring red, white and blue decorations. ln the center of the dance floor was a wishing
well into which each couple dropped a penny and made a wish.
Helping to maintain the excellent reputation of Ellsworth in basketball circles this year were
James Blozie, Henry Sheridan, John Kennedy, and James Norton.
With Carolyn Arnold as Editor-in-chief, the staff of the very popular school paper "South
Winds" included Irene Schlichting, Linda Grennan, Charles Callahan, Laura Jane Pascoe,
Connie Matkof, Anna Mae Richardson, Helen Muska, Phyllis Neelans, Karol Wadach, Doris
Butler, Herbert Duke, Dorothy Davis, Blanche Watson, Alice Clapp, Adele Luchina, and
Among the girls taking part in athletics were Irene Schlichting, Florence Boroski, Ilene May,
Anna Mae Richardson, Phyllis Neelans, Linda Grennan, and Helen Muska.
As the year drew to a close, we were awarded the use of the front steps. The entire student
body was assembled by rank in front of the school. Our president, Charles Callahan,
stepped forward and accepted the deed to the front steps from the retiring senior presi-
dent, William Arnold. A few days later school closed with most of us looking forward to
At last the time had arrived, we were seniors. We could use the front steps and sit in the
front rows in assembly. Being seniors also brought us new responsibilities. With these in
mind John Kennedy was elected President, William Pitney, Vice President, Dorothy How-
lett, Secretary, and Carole Wall, Treasurer.
Several new ideas were suggested by our class this year. The possibility of a senior spon-
sored prom was discussed. After appointing a committee under the leadership of Stanley
Williams to look into the matter, we decided that it was not advisable to hold one.
A New York trip was also discussed and a committee consisting of Charles Callahan, Irene
Schlichting, and Stanley Williams was appointed. After several weeks of indecision the
group decided because of transportation difficulties and the small number of interested
students that it would be better to cancel the trip.
Another innovation made by our class is the plan of having a hard cover on the yearbook.
A snapshot section has also been added. In this section appears an informal picture of
each senior. Ray Van Sicklin, in charge of taking the pictures, could be seen rushing around
almost every day trying to get his iob done. The track pictures were the most difficult of all,
as the snow wouldn't melt to suit the convenience of the staff. Others on the yearbook staff
headed by William Pitney were Irene Schlichting, Doris Butler, Connie Matkof, Raymond
Beck, Madelyn Daley, James Blozie, Henry Sheridan, and James Norton.
Among those entering the service from our class have been Millan Kubasek and George
Throughout our four years at Ellsworth, we have tried as a class and as individuals to uphold
the traditions handed down to us by other classes. We have tried to promote an air of
friendliness toward other students and teachers alike. This general feeling will not end
here, for we shall try to uphold the good reputation of Ellsworth wherever we may be.
Although this completes the history of our activities as a class, we hope that it has been only
a prelude to our achievements in the future.
T E STAMENT
As we, the Class of 1945, depart from Ellsworth Memorial High School, we leave the tollow-
ing testament of our affection for our Alma Mater:
Doris Butler leaves to Marian Patinsky all her nice clothes and golden curls. Don't break too
many hearts with them, Marian.
John Ahern passes on his wolf instinct, plus one 1933 Plymouth sedan to Eddie Jaworski.
This ought to help you out, Eddie.
To Fanny Roe, who we thought might look good in red, go Carole Wall's acting ability and
Donald Bancroft leaves his many trips between East Windsor and South Windsor to Bobby
Norton. Where there's a will, there's a way, Bob.
Mary Pease, who many days has had a hard time trying to make her books balance, gladly
turns over the job of selling lunch tickets to Dorothy Saypalia. We hope it doesn't bother
you too much, Dorothy.
Ray Beck bequeaths his track form to Malcolm Macdonald. You had better keep in training,
Helen Batulevitz very sadly relinquishes some of her quietness to Shirley North. Don't be too
quiet now, Shirley. Let us know you're around once in a while.
Jim Blozie wills his vast array of corny jokes to any Ellsworthian who thinks he can tell them
and get laughs. Students may have to bring their ear muffs to school.
To anyone who feels the need of them, Phyllis Neelans gives her laughs and giggles. Just
be careful how often you use them in the classroom.
Remo Bonali relinquishes all his rights to the pinball machine in Tyler's store to Hubbell
Adele Luchina leaves to Helen Pelton her speed in typing.
George Christoph submits all his guns and hunting equipment to Bill Steitz. Terry's Island is
a cold place for duck hunting, isn't it, George?
June Golden sadly and reluctantly bequeaths to Carolyn Greghi the job of school reporter
for the Hartford Times. This should keep you busy, Carolyn.
Herb Duke wills his position as the smallest boy in the class to Kenny Reichle.
The job as editor-in-chief of the South Winds Carolyn Arnold gladly gives to anyone who
likes headaches. The O. P. A. promises not to ration aspirin.
Carl Buettner leaves his great variety of cars to Nelson Morell. We hope you'll have enough
To Rose Wolk, June Mather bequeaths her ability to keep up her end in a conversation.
Don't talk too long now, Rose.
Bill Harrington regretfully surrenders his little black book of Rockville telephone numbers
to James Rice.
llene May and Florence Boroski give to Carolyn Pease their love for basketball.
Adam Wisniewski places his trapping business in the hands of his brother Jim. Don't quarrel
over the profits, boys.
Linda Grennan leaves her love for dancing to Evelyn Kupchunos.
Jewell Burnham submits his ability to bother all the girls in homeroom to Sammy McGill.
Laura Jane Pascoe leaves to her sister her love for chemistry. Don't blow up the school,
Eddie King, after careful consideration, requests that all his superior marks be divided
among any underclassmen who feel the need of them.
To Anne Cranick, Margaret Elinskas sadly turns over the iob of keeping up the morale of
To some capable junior, John Kennedy leaves his ability to fulfill the all-important task of
being president of the Senior Class. 1
Julia Pastula receives Connie Matkof's artistic ability. Don't spend all your time drawing,
George Krivickas submits to his brother Albert his position as Mr. Bennett's most capable
assistant in the shop. That's keeping it in the family anyway.
Her quiet way of delivering absence slips, Pearl McHugh bequeaths to Roger Bragg.
Remember now, Roger, don't disturb the classes too much.
Millan Kubasek leaves his faithfulness in getting his home work done on time to John
Anna Mae Richardson gives some of her height to Rose Surber. Maybe now you can see
over the people in assembly, Rose.
Vittie Masiuncs bequeaths his love for dancing polkas to Henry Tanzer. You'd better start
The job of chief office assistant, Ruth Rockwell gives to Laurel Parent. Your iob as cheer-
leader ought to put you in good trim for running errands, Laurel.
To Larry Muska, Jimmy Norton wills his curly hair. It helps to attract the girls, Larry.
Dorothy Perkins and Betty Haveyleave their iob on refreshment committees to anyone who
has a fondness for good food.
Donald Osborn submits his mechanical drawing skill to Roddy Grant. You didn't want to
be a draftsman anyway, did you, Roddy?
The iob of taking the new magazines each morning to the library A Period, Dottie Howlett
passes on to Jean Saxton.
Bill Pitney leaves his set of drums in the hands of Tom Barry. Maybe you'd better beat it,
To someone who likes a busy life, goes Madelyn Daley's and Irene Schlichting's knack for
getting on all the committees of the various organizations.
Al Setsky places his championship baseball and basketball team, the South Windsor Reds,
in the hands of Al Borys.
Dorothy Davis's Southern accent is given to Marie Sullivan. Don't charm too many people
with your Southern talk, Marie.
Bernie Schortman leaves his after-school job in Smith's Store to Francis Kessler. Don't spend
too much time in the delivery truck.
Avis Hall receives Florence Wadsworth's love for sewing. Remember, Avis, pins are hard
Dave and Reggie Scribner will their control of the Warehouse Point Green for football
games to Dick Cooper.
Eleanor Chayko's love for basketball and baseball games goes to Danny Bourke. We
sometimes wonder' if it's the game or the playerswho are the most interesting.
Dick Simler submits his love for discussing politics and baseball to Pete Zikowitch. Don't get
into too many arguments, Pete.
Gert Sansom is the recipient of Helen Muska's charming smile and friendliness. Be sure to
use them often, Gert.
Henry Sheridan surrenders his long legs, which enable him to get into class just as the door
is closed, to Eddie Griswold.
June Armstrong gives to Janice Hale her way of breaking the boys' hearts. Careful, Janice.
Howard Tersavich bequeaths his ability to come to school late every morning to Billy
Schubert. It's a long walk home isn't it, Howie?
Barbara Grant bequeaths her love for country life to Sylvia Kocarnik. Don't get lost, Sylvia.
Vincent Sullivan leaves his love for baseball to Louis Sunega. Will Louis have as many
lucky strikes as Vinnie had?
Blanche Watson gives the care of the big city of Scantic to Mr. Loeffler. Be sure no one
gets lost there, Mr. Loeffler.
Phyllis Deveran leaves the iob of arriving at school each morning around 7:15 to Kathy
To some carefree underclassman, Ray Van Sicklin bequeaths his motorcycle and all the
thrills and spills that go with it.
Karol Wadach submits his steady nerves and unfaltering voice for making morning
announcements to Charlie Jorgensen.
Muriel Schweitzer leaves her position on the Connecticut Company's bus to Lois Wilder.
Don't let the bus be late too often, Lois.
Stanley Williams wills all rights to the Windsor Locks drug store to Donald Davis. They have
some nice waitresses there, don't they, Stan?
Jean Trombley, the sub deb of the class, leaves this honor to Cynthia Collins.
Charlie Callahan's ability to write the script for radio programs at the last minute goes to
Allen Foster. Don't make them too corny, Allen.
Alice Clapp relinquishes her right to be leading lady in'the school play to Lucille Grant.
Joe Vibert bestows his shyness towarcl the feminine group on Tiger Waikznis. Don't be too
much of a bachelor, Tiger.
With everyone leaving this and leaving that, Tom Dillon, after much thought, says he just
wants to leave.
Here on this eighth day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine-hundred and
forty-five, we the President, John Kennedy, Vice President, William Pitney, Secretary,
Dorothy Howlett, Treasurer, Carole Wall, set our seal to the last will and testament.
Signed and sealed by the Class of 1945 of Ellsworth Memorial High School, Town of South
Windsor, County of Hartford, State of Connecticut, for their last will and testament in the
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You have certainly done a wonderful job with this ranch in only ten years, Stanley.
Yes, but you have made quite a success of yourself, too. You know, it isn't every day
that a fellow classmate gets appointed District Attorney of New York.
Who are these important looking men wandering around?
That's the C.A.C. Movie Production Company. You must remember Charlie Callahan,
Red Ahern, and George Christoph. They are out here to shoot a western.
Oh, yes, I have heard of them. Don't they star Alice Clapp and Karol Wadach together
quite a bit?
Yes, as a matter of fact, they are the stars of this picture. They should arrive tomorrow
with the rest of the cast.
I saw Margaret Elinskas this morning. She said that she was here for a few days before
going to San Francisco to meet her husband. His ship is coming in next week.
It must be nearly time for the Army-Notre Dame game. Hank Sheridan is coaching the
Army team and Jake Kennedy is the Notre Dame coach.
So the old colleagues are friendly rivals now. With those two as coaches it should be
a wonderful game.
I suppose Anna Mae Richardson will be there to cover the story. She is the Sports
Editor of the "New York Times." Carolyn Arnold is the Editor-in-chief of that paper. Her
experience on the "South Winds" did prove helpful after all.
Do you ever hear Betty Havey's radio program? She talks for a whole hour on fem-
inine topics. Speaking of the radio, Laura Jane Pascoe is giving a special charity per-
formance Sunday night. She is a concert pianist and has been traveling abroad for over
a year. This will be her first public appearance since her return. Carole Wall will also be
on the program. She has been Broadway's leading opera star for quite a while.
Another of our classmates that made good will be featured here tomorrow night.
Billy Pitney and his band with Helen Batulevitz as torch singer will be here. Bill and Helen
always make a big hit wherever they appear. Al Setsky and Pearl McHugh may come out
for a week later on. They are the busiest skating team at Madison Square Garden.
I met Doris Butler the other day. She is the most popular pin-up girl at the Harrington-
King Model Agency. She says that Billy Harrington and Eddie King are wonderful bosses.
Remember the N.G.A. Club that was started when we were seniors? lt has spread
and there are N.G.A. Clubs all over the country. Adam Wisniewski and Howie Tersavich
are the chief executives and have their suite of offices in the Pentagon Building in
Washington, D. C.
lsn't that wonderful! I never thought the N.G.A would be that famous.
Oh, yes, and every few years the original members have a reunion in Blozie's potato
warehouse. Remember how popular that used to be?
Don't tell me that Jimmy Blozie is a potato farmer.
He certainly is. I never use anything but Jimmy's potatoes. Why, the Blozie Potato
Concern is the second largest in the United States.
Who did the interior decorating here? It's really beautiful. I am looking for a
decorator to do my summer home in Broad Brook.
Oh, Linda Grennan did this. She does all my decorating for me. She is the best
decorator I know. l
That's right, too. Just the other day I read of her doing Connie Matkof's home in
Beverly Hills. I suppose you knew that Connie is the Art Editor of "Vogue" and "House and
Yes. We certainly had a lot of talent in our class, didn't we?
Oh, Stanley, who is that gorgeous girl that lust drove up? Such beautiful clothes!
Don't tell me you don't remember Jean Trombley. She is the deb of the year, you know.
I have seen her in movie shorts and in fashion magazines time and again, but I never
believed her to be so beautiful. Barbara Grant designs her clothes, doesn't she?
Well, she did but C.A.C. is trying to sign her up as head designer at the studio. I
doubt if she has time for both jobs. They have the country's leading talent out there. A
couple of weeks ago they hired Eleanor Chayko as head of the hairdressing department.
There is a familiar face at the typewriter. It's Dottie Davis, isn't it?
She is a private secretary to Charlie Callahan at C.A.C. She was always good in that
kind of work. Charlie says he doesn't know what he would do without her.
Everywhere I look I see some more celebrities.
Oh, you have seen only a few. This is supposed to be a secret, but June Mather and
Vinnie Sullivan will be here as a specialty number tomorrow night.
How thrilling! I saw them on the stage a year or so ago. That dance routine of theirs
is really something.
We have quite a program lined up for tomorrow night. Of course Jimmie Norton
will be here with his guitar. He works here.
I wonder how many of our classmates have stayed in South Windsor. I know Florence
Wadsworth did. She is teaching commercial subiects at Ellsworth.
And isn't Helen Muska girls' coach there? I hear she has quite a basketball team.
And June Armstrong and Vittie Masiunas have worked hard on the Masiunas Grill in
Warehouse Point. The high school bunch gathers there after all the events at school. They
say June is the perfect hostess.
I think Herby Duke stayed in Broad Brook, too. He is the president of the Broad
Brook Company. Madelyn Daley is his private secretary.
Yesterday's paper said that Ray Beck just won the Buettner Award for Track for the
'IOO mile dash. Carl Buettner, the big oil man, gave the award. I hear he has just discovered
another oil well.
That's right, and Ray Van Sicklin has just won the Mortorcycle Hill Climb Contest with
that motorcycle of his.
And Donny Bancroft and Tommy Dillon are the WorId's champion auto racing team.
Have you heard Remo Bonali's new all-girl band? Florence Boroski plays the base
viol and Phyllis Neelans sings.
I hear them on the radio. Isn't Donald Osborn their announcer?
He also announces Joe Vibert's Hour of Horror with that great impersonator, Adele
Luchina, supplying the sound effects.
That is the spookiest program I have ever heard. Adele and her sound effects
How do you like the car driving up? That's from the Burnham-Krivickas Garage.
Jewell Burnham designs these new 1957 cars and George Krivickas is in charge of the
actual building. I hear they are starting a new plant in Pleasant Valley.
Oh, really? That reminds me, the Scribner Brothers, Reggie and David, have opened
up their new airport in Warehouse Point. They have engaged Ruth Rockwell as stewardess.
She has just finished her nursing course. Mary Pease is also a full-fledged nurse. She is
working in China with the American Red Cross.
Remember Dick Simler? He is a great brain specialist. Did you read about that great
operation of his last week? He actually brought a person back to life.
He did that in Russia, didn't he? I hear he had quite a visit with Bernie Schortman.
You know, he is the American Ambassador to Russia, now.
Is it true that the Brooklyn Dodgers have signed Tony Kubasek as first baseman? He
always was quite a baseball player.
I heard that, too, so it must be true. Muriel Schweitzer is a big name at Sage-Allen
in Hartford. Phyllis Deveran is her toy designer and special consultant.
I see Ilene May has just arrived. She is the make-up artist at the C.A.C. set. The only
thing that she can't do is fix the stars' teeth. That's why Dorothy Perkins works with her.
She is a dentist.
Did you see the newsreel about Rene Schlichting? She flew around Mars three times
in that new rocket ship of hers.
Here comes my hostess, Dorothy Howlett, to greet the new guests. I honestly don't
know what I would do without that girl as hostess.
Looks like another guest coming in. Isn't that Blanche Watson?
Yes, her husband just brought the ranch next to this. Don't you think that we have
talked long enough? Remember you are here for a rest.
Maybe you are right. I guess I will lie down for a while before dinner, however, it
has been fun to hear about the illustrious members of the great class of 1945.
Van Sicklin. Second Row Left to Right: James Norton Henry Sheridan Miss Mohn Madelyn
Daley James Blozie Mr. Sanford.
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Firsl Row, Left to Right Raymond Beck, Doris Butler, William Pitney, Irene Schlichting, Arthur
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Schortman Donald Norton Carole Wall Dorothy Howlett Second Row Left to Right: Glendon Collins, William
Pitney Edward Muska Leon Roberts John Kennedy James Blozie Pearl McHugh William Schlichting, Charles
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Carolyn Arnold, Jean Trombley, June Mather, Helen Muska, Phyllis Neelans, Linda Grennan. Second Row:
Ruth Rockwell, Florence Wadsworth, Pearl McHugh, Marie Sullivan, Carolyn Pease, Carolyn Greghl, Ilene May
Madelyn Daley, Renee Schlichting, Betty Havey, Dorothy Howlett, Eunice Woolom, Miss Hartley. Third Row
Dorothy Myers, Margaret McGuire, Rose Wolk, Dorothy Davis, Wayne Dellert, Janice Hale, Elisa Bonali
Blanche Watson, Theresa Breton, Helen Pelton, Adele Luchina. Fourth Row: Frances Euskavech, Julie Pastula
Elinor Gibbons, Laura Jane Pascoe, Carole Wall, Alice Clapp, Doris Butler, Florence Boroski.
The Social Crafts Home Economics Club,
Hartley, sponsored the annual Sports
Dance, which was a great success. The
theme of the dance was patriotic. In the
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First Row, Left to Right: June Golden, Anne Cranick, Doris Butler, Alice Clapp, Mrs. Bosworth, Sherman
Collins, Miss Green, Cynthia Collins, Barbara Grant, Betty Havey, Fanny Roe. Second Row: Georgiana Enes,
Agnes Elinskas, Lena Watkins, Gladys Filkins, Mary Duffy, Carole Wall, Lois Polozie, Ruth Rockwell, June
Armstrong, Eleanor Chayko, Arline Momm, Dorothy Davis. Third Row: George Polozie, Frances Kinsellar,
Janice Sieber, Lucille Grant, Laura Jane Pascoe, Anna Mae Richardson, Lorwayne Dellert, Nan Stoughton,
Barbara Blaney, Dorothy Allen, Helbert Duke. Fourth Row: Glendon Collins, James Norton, Charles Jorgensen,
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This year the Dramatic Club, under the direction of Mrs. Bosworth, presented the three-act play, "A Mind of
Her Own," for the public on November 21, 1944. Half of the proceeds went to the Dramatic Club, 207: to the
Junior Class, 1096 to the Sophomore Class, and 5M to the Freshman and Senior Classes. The proceeds were
distributed according to the outcome in a ticket-selling contest for the play.
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Rockwell, Dorothy Davis, Pearl McHugh, June Armstrong, Avis Hall, Rhoda Bragg, Blanche Rolocut,'Lorraine ' 5' A if
Han-nm Dorothy Perkins, Helen Pelton. Second Row: Eilee Do , Charlotte Andross, Mary Dillon, Marie "' '
Cavanaugh, Lois Polozie, Arline Momm, Margaret Grigely,Y.QraceA Me Igmaso, Lorena LaBrie, Florence Wads-
worth, Leona Sullivan, Phyllis Neelans, Linda Grennan, Anne Cranick, Madelyn Daleylgliss Mende. Third Row:
Edith Dyson, Barbara Grant, Eleanor Chayko, Frances Menko, Hazel Collins, Bernice alhlftlice Bonolo, llene
May. Evelyn Hancock, Janice Sieber, Myra Perkins, Carolyn Pease, Loretta Terazzi, Doris Huehner,f1Carole Wall.
Fourth Row: Edmund Reed, Barbara Blaney, Nan Stoughton, Dorothy Allen, Marcelle Begin,jlrene Breton,
Jacqueline Dubord, Theresa Breton, Doris Bryant, Natalie Wilder, Lois Wilder, Dorothy Myersa"Dorothy Smith,
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This year's Glee Club, under the direction
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concerts for assemblies. One of the high- t Q. 4
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This year a major addition to our school
organizations was the orchestra composed
of thirteen members from the four classes.
The group met and practiced during a
regular class period but played at many
school assemblies, between the acts ofthe
school play, and at other school functions.
Their music has been a most welcome con-
tribution to our programs.
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Cottohon, Somes Norton, Stantey Wtthoms, George Chrtstoph, lohn Ahern, Raymond Beck. Second Row:
Wottoce tioetwh, Anthony Destds, Sherman Cothns, Harry Grtndte, Louis Sunego, Yronk Lottus, Adam
Wtsntevlskt, Bernord Schortmon, Donotd Osborn, Wtthom Pitney, Arthur Van Stckhn, Nw. Loettter. Thtrd Row:
Wtthom Ytorrtngton, Remo Bench, Wchord Stmter, George tlrtytckos, Peter 13V-owttch, Somes Bto-De, Kenneth
Stone, Josephxltbert, honors Kesster , Ronotd sborn Atb4ESetsky .
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The basketball team continued performing
in typical Ellsworth fashion. After winning
nineteen consecutive games throughout
the season, the boys captured the
championship of the class C
tournament. This is the f'
time ivy th
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school that this feat has
been accomplished. The
team deserves much
credit for maintaining
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1944-45 basketball season proved
very successful for our girls. Despite
transportation difficulties and bad
weather the girls completed a sched-
ule of ten games.
Under the direction of Miss Todd the
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