Ellsworth High School - Yearbook (South Windsor, CT)

 - Class of 1956

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Ellen Smith W Z Q 3 '7"'ll Z f Seniors Class Colors Class Morro MARCIA RUTH ADAMS Marcra South Wrndsor A kzndly thoughtful happy ar: Sher promment fn our :emor c an Ambrtron Forergn Language Mayor Major Contrxbutrons South Wmd: Edrtor Intramurals Student Councrl and Parry Coms Honors Honor Roll Natronal Honor Socrety Class Marshal Latin Award Red and Whlte We have crossed the ba The ocean hes before t W3 NINA B ALESHIN Nrna South Wrndsor A little Jong 4 little rmzle laughing rmgmg all the while Outburst Oh gosh Ambrtron Nurse Mayor Contrrbutrons All State Chorus Student Councrl and Party Coms Plano Accompan 7 LEONARD P ANDERSON Lenny South Wrndsor A fart hall hetueen the knee: and the uaut Thatr the one that Lenny wzll parte Outbursr Yeah? Ambrtron Woodworkrng Mayor Contrrbutrons All Var sity Sports Intramurals Parrv Coms PAULA M BANCROFT Paula South Wrndsor Happy go Iurkg young and ree Nothmg there IJ that bothers m Outbursr Oh for the love of Pete Ambmon Busmess Worker Contnbutxons SC and Party Coms Intramurals Dramat STUART W BLAKE Stune East Wmdsor Oulet 5h1 and refuted If S111 Wfe think her 0 lx don t you? Outbursr Hey Ambmon Armed Forces Contrnbutlons JV Basketball Intramurals RAYMOND G BOUTIN Booty East Wmdsor I ffl full of mischief Jo you ree Lot: of fun that .r me Outbursr All rrght Ambxtlon Constructron Contnbutnons Intramurals J V Baseball YLE Mee a a sor amay quze ge a e fire I IJ .rhfff an er Outbu t That s a yolly one' Ambmon lnterxor Decorator Contnbutxons Intramurals S C H E Party Coms JOSEPH J BLOZNALIS oe East Wxndsor At assemblies rorzals and the 1 e Ioe 11 as there ufth the mike Outbursr Whats new? Ambmon Commercral Prlot Contnbutxons Audio Vlsual Squad SC md Party Coms Dramatncs SANDRA If JIEBRBK San LKIQV T C954 natrydalu 35 me gou een VIVJMJ giggle 61 ery nou ihd .I Ihen Outbursr 925132 Me? J mbfgon.,fNurse ontrthutnons lfransfer ftgm S ry ffPa,'J H1 h ln Soph e Year S anaLfParty Coms .Youth md: CHE I -I M BETSY Bets A nurse :he And Jo she and Jeelvv rj ut urs: Tllosstyprsts' Ambttxon Nurse Contrnbutrons South Winds Head Typist Class Ofhcer Ellfu orthlan Typist Honors Honor Roll Class Nlght and Gracluatxon Usher Latln Award BEVERLY A BYRNES Bev East Wrndsor just the mme from day to day Alu ay: wzth that cheery way Outbursr Its wxcke Ambltlon Nurse Contnbutlons South Wmdr gazme Team Cap Girls Basketball na or Roll I C f ed , ,Q , LV I . N . - V " A' ,V C by I ' H ll ln . . 1. l . H .1 .' 4 1,1 ,, . I 4' . 4, ,, b f f I I 5 ' I I- 1 s Q -W 9' .H H . . H. : " ' U O bu 1. ' ' ics. ll 1 - 'Y I ' 1 L 5 In ,X has ' A ' I 1 ' Y l . J . 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Ny I a X V ' if 114411 N HELEN L CHAMBERLAIN Shorty East Wxndsor Im quzet and wfll go my uay To make the mort of ezery 47 Outburst H1 Chummy Ambrtnon Ofhce Work Contrlbutrons S C H E Party Coms South Windy Betty Her frzendr are are feu Tbalx our claxmzate Lou Outburst Gee' Ambxtlon Haxrdresser Contrnbutlons SC and Party Coms S C H E FRANCIS J CHESTER Fran East Wtndsor Math :J my Ent chozce Hell tell you m a rmgmg vozce Outburst Ill betcha Ambmon Engxneer Contrrbutxons Dramatxcs Parry Coms MARGARET L COLLINS Marge South Wrndsor Ever rmzlzng alwayr glad Never have we Jeen you mud Outburst And you better be lneve rt' Ambmon Nurse Contnbutxons Party Coms Noontxme Txcker Seller SC H E Presrdenr 'in BARBARA COOPER Barb South Wxndsor She came to Ellfu ortb fun 11315 year But zt Jeemr to ur :hat Ibex alu ay: been here Outburst Oh my achxnz back Ambltron Smger ln Show Busmess Contrxbuuons Iransfer from Watervxlle Q J Hrgh un Semor ea BARBAR6- AN CSASZAR South Wxndsor a at a a j 1 c fb r az Outbu rst cally' Ambltlon Medlcal Secretary Contrlbutnons SCHE Treas urer South Wmdf SC and Party Coms Honors Honor Roll WDM? fm 03 AW URN XP rl My UVM JEAN CUSHMAN Jeanne South Wrndsor A good matured fnend :J :be lean har got perxonalzty Outburst jeepers Ambmon Office Work Contnbuuons SC and Party Coms JV Basketball lntra murals ,l .. ss-:,..l1,f FW TX of 1 N 1 x A 7 if . . 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A T DAVIS East Windsor Lot: and little play Thai: the uay Ed Jpendx the 49' Outburst Hey Ambmon Engmeer Contnbutlons Aucho Vxsual Squad Party Coms rfwgqgyl ell? rfj HARVEY DELLA BERNARDA Harve South Wmdsor Her plearanl and frrendly to everyone To he wzth hzm zr lotr of fun Outburst H1 there' Ambrtron Engrneer Contrrbutrons SC and Party Coms Varsrty Baseball Edr tor of Ellru orthmn Honors Honor Roll Nutmeg Boys State HAZEL M DEWAINE Butch East Wrndsor An airline horterr rhe alll he Flymg oz er land and rea Outburst I don t know mbmon Axrlme Hostess Contrrbutrons SC and Party Coms Cafeterra Worker In tramurals 'V' WILLIAM P DEZSO B1 South Wrndsor Patrollmg lhe forert that he wi For that If lhe amhztron of our B1 Outburst I-Ilya' Ambrtron Forest Ranger Contrrbutrons All Varsrty Sports Magazrne Team Cap tam Party Coms J I CONS Connre East dsor In dancln and unc :he har un Sher uayr hr ar the mormng ru Out urst Ho Ambltron Ofh Contrrbutrons and Coms In ra ls ra trcs JOAN ERICKS Joanne East Wmdsor I nd rt a great deal of fun Bemg 4 frzeml lo ezeryone Outburst jeekers Ambrtron Office Work Contrrbutrons Transfer from Whlttler CCal1f J Umon H1gh and Hartford Hxgh rn jumor Year SC and Party Coms Teacher s Secretary 78.11 a trade Ed1fOI' of Soccer NANCY ANN FRAIZE Nance South Wrnclsor Wah a cheery mule all the a She .rymerry ar lhe month of May Outburst Yes but Ambrtron Secretary Contrrbutrons South Wzndr Class Ofhcer Teachers Secre tary Honors Honor Roll Class Nrght and Graduatnon Usher I0 PAUL FROST ack East Wmdsor At each and ezery Ellruofth party Paul r zorce rang hale and hearty Outburst S07 Ambtron Burldmg Contractor Contrrbutrons Cass Officer Musrc Dramatrcs Honors Honor Roll J If 'J A 0 f X I 2 ' A rf A , M J S ' .1 I 'K X as rx V f, " . . C . D AK , . . I 'U ,Hy ' fl I ' I - ' , .. . H '11, 3" ' N 5 A . f . :" ' b 1" 0 " ' ' g ' N, .5 h' A ' 5 , ' ' : ' ' 1 rk ' ' 5 , , ' . ' ' 2- ' ' ' ' . Par .4 ' A Q '- . 'A 1 - H -s I u L D - fly' -I ,F ff WN :Pix N' N 4 J v I A I . or I I I lf T 'es l .. . .. . 4 G .. h H U . HJ ,, . fi ' ' ' I I ' ' . . d 1 . It -I I. ' . I I I . . . :Zu , I A .H . U .'n. ' g ,. . . .g J 'V S - S 2 ' . VU nf - 1 . 9 1 I ' CRAIG A GLASS Craig East Windsor Ez en though hes very thy We think he 5 4 re4l fu ell guy Outburst Yeah? Ambition Air Force Contributions SC and Party Coms Transfer from Cheshire LINDA E GRANT in East Wintlsor She: friendly clezer 4nd full of fun And gets along well with everyone Outburst Oh honestly' Ambition Dental Hygienist Contributions Literary Editor of Ellru orthian Class Oflicer South Wind: Honors Honor Roll Latin Award K254 n4l91Qli thh, w 1 ut um,l'tO lee fns ,9 'lv P A Dgecr ry uyiid sl ibuticflg tra dials C ag! Party Coms ors Honow MARIAN B. HEWES MARJORIE ELLE Her dCfl1lll2J 4re quite 4 few' She always has 4 joh to do. Outburst: "Heavens to Betsy" Ambition: English Teacher Contributions: South Windy: S.C. and Party Coms: S.C.!-I.E. Honors: Honor Roll' Class Night and Graduation Usher g eye 4 runny 1? B JUDITH A GREER GR'A if East Windsor for A burned greeting 4 friendly c A Htuhing mule for one 4nd 4 Outburst This isnt too crisp Ambition Teacher Contributions SC and Party Coms Intramurals Honors Honor Roll MARIAN J. HILLS ELAINE ANN JARVIS Marian" East Wintlsor HIGGINS ' arian" South Windsor Elaine' South Windsor 'MMECH South Win 'I uorh or he it play In .rinzple familiar thing: I Friendly. homelike, h4p J done in Marian J u'4y. ind Sher 4111111 willing to h x bid Executive Secretary and mind oo as buf Yeah' All that: required by heart Outitrstz ooh ll Ebntributions: S. C and Party outburst: 'And 'here you go! l , go. Y U Comm S.C.H.E.' Intramurals Ambifioni Office Work Ambition? ReCePU0m5f Honors: Honor Rout Contributions: S.C. and Parry Contributions: S.C.H,E.' South Coms: S.C.H.E.' Intramurals Winds' Teacher s Secretary a s Honors: Honor Roll. Honors: Honor Roll. 'H . 'T 't sa .' Gitfs' S . and A Cl Gr ation Usb r. 2 if HOW "Howie" South Windsor Witb .rkill and eare be driver hit carp ln the Road-e-o be went far. Outburst: "Hey . . Ambition: Draftsman Contributions: Intramurals: S. . and Party Coms. RUTH A. JURGELAS "Ruthie" South Windsor Playing barketball all year thru, Seem: to be fun, expecially for you. Outburst: "ReaIly?" Ambition: Nurse Contributions: Varsity Basket- ball: South Windy Business Mgr. of Ellrworlhian Honors: Honor Rollg Laurel Girls' State. ROBERT W. KILPATRICK "Bob" East Hartford And none so busy, yet, for all bit buzz, Metbougbt be reemed busier than be war. Outburst: "Crazy!" Ambition: Armed Forces Contributions: Class Oflicer: Photography Editor of Ellr- 1l'Uffhll171.' S.C. and Party Coms. Honors: Honor Roll. JOHN JOSEPH KISKUNES "Jack" South Windsor Hi: ambition ir to be the finext mechanic Between the Pacific and the Atlantic. Outburst: "Oh yeah?" Ambition: Automobile Mech- anic Contributions: S. C. ancl Party Coms.: Intramurals. 1 K THLEEN KISSANE "Katie" East Windsor Batketball ir ber favorite Jportf Sbe'.r right at borne out on the court. Outburst: "Really . . Ambition: Insurance Com- pany Contributions: S. C. and Party Com.g Varsity Basketballg In- tramurals J. KRAWSKI "Bill" South Windsor In a fleeting glance be seem: very quiet, But a clorer look reuealx him a riot. Outburst: "Oh, yeah!" Ambition: Engineer Contributions: S. C. and Party Coms.: Intramurals: Business Mgr. of Ellrwortbian 'I2 sther" Class and Usher: National Honor Society: Latin Award. 3525 LAWRENCE C LYMAN Larry South Wnntlsor Day by day rome 11 bat may Ill amble along In my quzet way Outburst OK Ambmon Armed forces Contrrbutlons Intramurals Party Coms ARY Re sr W1 Lzvely and J J And m r Aye: t J aluayf g ee Outburst Oh Ambxtnon B or Contrrbutxons Coms Teache tramurals Honors Honor Roll nv 'L U5- and Party Secretary In LU-Url fvfl MUR1 TENA E MCCARVILL Mfurnel n Tena East Wlndsor A ink If iaem n 1116 e e u rs no xet 5 e Secret r an l 0 time nors Hono 0 l qw! QLV GARY R MERCIER Merk East Wlntlsor I enjoy life and bale lon of un Im ready to talk lo ezeryone Outburst Hey Ambmon Machmlst Contrtbutnons J V Basket ball Soccer and Baseball In tramurals 13 Tena 11 quzei doesnt alter a found You hardly knou tba! :bei around Outburst Lemon head Ambmon Relngxous Worker Contrlbutlons Transfer from Hodgdon CMeJ H1g.,h ln So phomore Year Intramurals Party Coms III fybyv-'K MCCLATCHEY East Wxnds Ju: :ports .fczen In each ability if N Outburst Ya k Ambmon R ch Ph Contrlbutl nt Coun crl Presxdent lass u All State Ch u Honors Honor Roll Natxon al Honor Socxety Latm Award LAWRENCE B MORSE Larry South Wxndsor A noted uit He pun: a bn Oh hey Ambmon Educatxonal Ad mnmstratxon Contrxbutnons M a g a z 1 n e Team Captam SC and Party Coms Txcket Seller Honors Honor Roll Mathe mat1cs Award -iff V , 4 4 I fi' lui M l- wr x I - , . ' A ' p . " " ' " ' ". -4, ef or' " " ' Y . .I ,I . , , " I ' ' , , J - ze n , , ' ' I ' 1:1 Olzllz' 'fy f , . ' . ME . 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" : a - lc ' ' I I A - . - . . .Q - ' Q A y 3 ' ' All ,, - I ' ' T I . - clztui X' JM' W R I f ' lf My s WINIFRED A MUGFORD Wmme Scantrc She 1: not nozty loud or gag But enyoyr lzfe rn a quiet uay Outburst Oh gosh Ambmon Ofhce Worker Contrrbutxons S C and Party Coms M SALLY A NEWBERRY Sally South Wlndsor Glue her a hone and let her rz e For ammalr are her jog and pride Outburst H1 ya' Ambrtron Interpreter at U N Contrrburrons S C and Party Coms South Wmdr SCHE Honors Honor Roll Class Nnght and Graduatron Usher Larm Award -r , ' I X 1- X j JOAN B MYERS oan South Wmdsor ltr the Jong 3014 Jzng and the .rmfler jou u ear That are makzng the Jun .th ne er eryu here Outbutst I know lf Ambntxon Office Worker Contrxbunons All State Chor S C and Party Coms In murals Honors Honor Roll W U' 1 XWX!gfl Q! NASON Bu East Wrndsor Life r a jest and all thmgr Jhozc I thought ro once and nozz I hnou it Outburst Says who? Ambmon Armed Forces Contrrbutrons Intramurals S C and Party Coms Dramams DIA NEILD Broad Brook Full of pep and gnzger too We uzrh there u ere more folk: lzhe you Ourburst Yes but Ambrtlon Journallst Contrlbutlons Cheerleader S C and Party Coms South Wmdr Honors Honor Roll Class Nrght and Graduatron Usher W ROBERT S NEWELL Bo South Wmdsor .S'tud1ouJ9 Ye: I guerr I am Though Im nezer hnoun to cram Outburst H1' Amblrron Apprentlceshrp Contrnbutrons Technlcal Ser vue Squad Intramurals SC and Party Coms Honors Honor Roll PATRICIA M NILSSON at East Wmdsor Pat hat hardlm am u oe! Gag n carefree uhereref Jhe goes Outburst Oh my gosh' Ambxtlon Clerrcal Work Contrrbutlons Intramurals Cafetena Worker SC Coms JENNIE E NISSEN Jennre Warehouse Pomr In her danrzng her fortune ze: We hope to Jtardom she uzll rue Ourburst Nuts' Ambmon Dance Instructor Contrrbutrons Transfer from Wmdsor Hlgh IH Junior Year Party Coms Teachers Secre tary .415 . 'I efvty ' ' V . 'x I I ' I, ,, . . ,, bi, l . up U l I 4, . ,, V . v 11, U V I ' , , f I 4, 1' f A I4 JAMESJ PALOZIE lm East Wrndsor He 1: barbful be IJ :bg But uc tlomk he r a pretty mee ga Outburst Rxght' Ambrtron Pnnter Contrrbutlons Technncal Ser vrce Squad S C and Party Coms BARBARA A PILIUS Barbte Fast Wm lsor A fn 0 rlwaiter lu the 11.41 A l1tt1e fun to rp1ce lhe dam Outburst Oh for Peteys sake' Ambrtton Harrdresser Contrlbutxons Intramurals S C and Patty Coms Cafeterra Worker s MARTIN G PANDOZZI Marty South Wmdsor A neu comer m our mzdrt II he But ur popular ar can Outburst Hey lrsten Ambrtnon Busrness Ailmlnl stratron Contrnbuttons Transfer from East Hartford Hush IH Semor Year s C "T X f Z' fpfj ww?" .,. Y f off 'W Za 'U' '9 fy I SQ, kcftfz- , KN- VICTORIA G PARENT Vrcky South Wrndsor Fnrez er carefree If lbzr gal You ll ffnd ber ruth rmznj a 4 Outburst Thats nrce Ambltron Undecrded Contrrbutrons Intramurals S C and Party Coms VA 477 . 'il CT, C?'sef T ROSE A PETERSEN Pete Wapprng Mor! barbful zn our clay: 1r J e Alu ay: plearanf 11111 rhe be Outburst Better days vull come Ambrtnon Office Work Contrrbt trons SC and Party Coms Intramurals SCHE 247' QMJEJQQ .ff F5 LESLIE W PRENTICE MARGARFT E LILLIAN V REPAK es Fast Wmdsor Lex II q111te a Hrbenmzrz 1011 Lnou Iuft 11 atrla bzr H55 :toner gmzz and grou Outburst Yeah I know rr Ambrtron Engrneer Contrrhutmons SC and Party Coms Chxef Txcket Taker Honors Honor Roll 'l5 REARDON Marzo South Wrntlsor 1 lrrr 11170 flame I1 fb fare ul e e The tlwngr to be remembered Outburst Peachy keen Ambmon Phys1calTherap1st Contrtbutnons P a r a d e f Youth Correspondent Lrter ary Edrtor of Ellruorthran S C and Party Coms Honors Honor Roll Class Nrght and Graduatlon Usher I.at1n Award Lulu Warehouse Pornt Her runny rrmle ber zunmme uayr Wzll gum ber fnerzdr uhere e er :be rtmgr Outburst Holy Cow' Ambmon Buslness Worker Contrrbuuons Teachers Sec retary Varsrry Basketball S C and Party Coms BEVERLY M. RITTLINGER "Lee" East Windsor A tiny handle of dynamite. Plainrpoken, frank, and uru- ally right. ' Outburst: "Oh, nuts!" Ambition: Insurance Ofhce Work Contributions: Intramurals: Party Coms. q X, MW If ll, r ' 5 .1 L '- U flu- . , HAROLD E. SCHORTMAN "Shorty" East Windsor A finished gentleman from top to toer: He will make friendr wherever he goer. Outburst: "What d'ya say?" Ambition: Apprenticeship Contributions: Business Mgr. of Ellruforthian: S.C. and Party Coms. Honors: Honor Roll. In Jportr any tert: Give me a l'll do the rert. Outburst: "All right . . Ambition: Physical Education Contributions: All V a r s i t y Sports: Class Ofhcer: Top Mag- azine Salesman MARGARET A. RYAN "Marg" Wapping There'.r alufayr a rparkle in her eye: She enjoy: each day that parte: hy. Outburst: "By cracky!" Ambition: Secretary Contributions: Intramurals: Party Coms.: Teacher's Secre- tary Honors: Honor Roll. D. SARGENT East Windsor To take thingr ar they he, That': my philosophy. Outburst: "That's the great- est." Ambition: Teacher Contributions: Intramurals: S. C. and Party Coms.: S.C.H.E. i M. SMITH Broad Brook Here ir a girl who ir nice and rweet, The kind you alwayr like to meet. Outburst: "No foolin'!" Ambition: Medical Secretary Contributions: Cheerleader: South Windr: Class Officer Honors: Honor Roll: Class Night and Graduation Usher: Latin Award. ELLEN D. SMITH "L" Broad Brook Alwayr willing to do her part. She'r noted for her work in art. Outburst: "Oh, lover!" Ambition: Nurse Contributions: Art Editor of Ellrworthian.' Class Ofhcer: South Wind: Honors: Honor Roll: Class Night and Graduation Usher: Latin Award, 'I6 JANET SPIELMAN "jan" South Windsor Flitting swiftly from place to place, janet keep: a rteady pace. Outburst: "Ya got me!" Ambition: Veterinarian Contributions: Intramurals: Party Coms. ANTHONY A STEPHEN JR "Tony" East Windsor Silent to see But gay as can be Outburst: "Yeah' Ambition: Engineer Contributions: Varsity Soccer and Trackg Party Coms MARJORIE M STRATTON Margie East Windsor In sports and music she does perk For here opportunzty does lurk Outburst Golly Ambition Nurse Contributions All G 1 r l s Sports S C H E Party Coms ROBERT N THIBODEAU Bo East Windsor Busy as a bee rs he And helpful as a frzend can be Outburst My aching back' Ambition Engineer Contributions Intramurals Party Coms Morning An nouncer Honors Honor Roll WILLIAM F. WILSON "Slipprey" East Windsor Tall, lean, and lanky too. I know him and so do you. Outburst: "Hiya!" Ambition: Machinist Contributions: J.V. Basketball JUDITH A. WOODMANSEE ' udy' East Windsor Bright and witty are her fries. And tbere's sparhling mischief in her eyes. Outburst: "I coulda slammed him!" Ambition: Medical Secretary Contributions: Cheerleaderg South ll"im1's.' S.C. and Party Coms. , Honors: Honor Rollg Laurel Girls' State. DOUGLAS R. ZIEGRA Doug" East Windsor If some trouble should upset my First it's got to rome and get nz . Outburst: "What d'ya say?" Ambition: Armed Forces Contributions: Varsity Basket- ball and Soccerg Intramurals BARBARA A WHITTET Bobbie Scantic Lots of chatter lots of fun Her serzous life has not begun Outburst Oh yeah Ambition Office Work Contributions Intramurals Party Coms Cafeteria Work F., WMQQ 1 l I ANDREW G. JOHNDROW "Handy Andy' East Windsor A little rough-house now and then Is relished by the best of men. Outburst: "Oh for cryin' out loud!" Ambition: Armed Forces Contributions: Varsity Soccer and Basketball: S.C. and Party Coms. Qlilass iiatsturp Tonight I would like to share with you a few moments of our wonderful years at Ellsworth from my diary September 8 1952 Dear Diary What a day rt was' I never knew there could be so much hustlrng and bustling in the same place at one trme How could we ever find our way around those three tremen dous halls' Did I dare go up to a great big senior and ask hrm where room 25 was located? Golly those arrows by the stairs every time I wanted to go up or down stairs the little red arrow would tell me I was going the wrong way With small white card rn hand and the wrll to find the way we lrttle freshmen became acquainted with each room teacher and upperclassman fin one way or anotherj Yes rt was bewildering at first but after the first month or so we all felt a real part of Ellsworth High The Senior Get Together was our fxrst social event It was loads of fun and we got a good look at the seniors Gee they weren t so bad after all Later on after we had become acquainted with each other we elected our class officers They were president Jack Rose vrce president Bob Kilpatrick secretary Ardelle Smith and treasurer Herbert Hunt Other than the precious addition of new freshmen to Ellsworth that year the faculty welcomed some other ones Miss Arax Charkoudran English teacher Mr John McMillan boys physical education instructor and coach and Miss jean Janelle girls physical education instructor and social studies teacher became a part of our brg happy family How I remember one of our first assemblies' It was a spelling bee among all four classes Marcia Adams Esther Lathrop and Bob McClatchey who was our class genrus and got five Es the first marking period Cand by the way has kept this excellent record almost throughout his four years at EMHSJ represented our freshman class Were we ever proud when we won the contest' I wonder whether we really proved that the youngest are the wxsest In late March we gave the sophomores a party rn return for the one they had given earlier in the school year The theme of the party was School Daze Cspelled D A Z EQ The boys did look so sweet and lnnocent in the chorus line especially wrth their short pants and big bow ties Golly dear drary w never did Hnd out where Harvey got the courage to sweep hrs sweetheart into his arms when he played the part of the romantic janitor in our skit Hed never think of such a thing during rehearsals During the last few months of school that year we went our freshmanly way while the sophisticated seniors went their merry way in preparing for their graduation Oh would we EVER be SCDIOIS7 September 9 1953 Dear Diary Back to school again but as sophomores It was great seeing all of our pals and hearing about summer experiences However it wasnt long before we were in the swtng of homework and intensive studying Soon we elected our class officers Bob Kilpatrick was president Herbert Hunt vice president Joan Myers secre tary and Betsy Bond was elected treasurer On the evening of October 16 William Chapman better known to us as Skip was Master of Ceremonies at our Barn Dance that we gave for the freshmen Both round and square dancing kept the students rn a lively sprrrt Dur mg the entertainment some of our girls dld the Charleston and quite a dance it was With the assistance of our class advisors Mr Harland Cass Mr Stephen Romarne Miss Mary Caffrey and Mrss Ann Duffy our party was a real hrt Fall arrived and brought with it two disabled sopho mores' Our first casualty was Larry Morse who had a broken leg When he came back to school supported by his crutches all of us kept an eye out for him and made sure we didnt collide with him especially on the stairs Lo and behold' We just got Larry under control when Bill Krawskr had an accident his foot was injured and he too appeared at school with all the paraphernalra that accompanies such a happen mg By about that trme one was not keeping with the fad unless he had crutches and a cast Well at least the boys had a good excuse for being late to class' ' That year Ellsworth had representatives in many activi tres Bob McClatchey bass was sent to the All State Chorus which held its festival at the Bushnell Memorial rn Hartford The junior Red Cross was getting a start at EMHS in 1952 Betsy Bond and Bob McClatchey were chosen to rep resent our school at regional and local meetings New Britain was the scene of a girls Field Day several girls from our class attended the get together In February the Freshman Sophomore party was held A good trme was had by all Our annual Pops Concert under the direction of Miss Antonma Dzrob featured several of our talented sophomores Bob McClatchey soloed on the accordion Larry Morse and Marjorie Stratton appeared in a clarinet ensemble Paul Frost was our vocalist and Nina Aleshrn and Linda Grant ap peared as piano accomparusts for the choruses June rolled around and a sigh of relief could be heard throughout the school as the summer vacation lay before us September 8 1954 Dear Diary This was to be our junior year so jam packed with activities Our class elected president Bob McClatchey vtce president Paul Frost secretary Linda Grant and treasurer Diane Nerld to represent us on the Student Council 7 . - - V 1 ' 1 , . . , . . 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HISTORY contrnued from page 18 Speakmg of the Student Councrl how can any of us forget the drscussron of Bermuda skrrts7 Yes and qutte the drscussnon rt was After modelmg and learnrng the length of the skrrts the councrl declded that the outfits were for sportswear and not school On November 19 after days of twrstmg and pullmg wrre coathangers and bemg coached by our advrsors Mrss Ann Duffy and Mlss Mary Caffrey extreme art lovers we managed to create an artrstrc effect rn the gym for our Jumor Dance which was called Autumn Mobrles Bob Thrbodeau was general charrman of the event Students danced under the revolvtng mobrles to the musrc of the Moonlrghters Before we knew tt May was gust a couple of months away so under the drrectron of our CoCha1rmen Jean Moore and Bob Krlpatrrck plans were under way for our brggest and most wonderful event of the year our Jumor Prom our Garden of Mist Busrly and farthfully we worked rn the attrc the brrthplace of our breath takrng dec oratrons In Aprrl we took trme out to partlcxpate rn our Pops Concert In our own way we consldered rt perhaps one of the best musrc presentatrons at Ellsworth The feelrng of losrng our East Wrndsor talent caused more harmony rn our work We even went so far as to have our grrls rn the chorus dress formally The gowns were beautrful and added much to our program Wrth our concert over rt was back to workrng on the Prom The evemng finally came wrth the arr of excrtement and even a lrttle nervousness Couples entered the gymnasrum It was so beautrful we could hardly think of rt as the gym A fountam of angel harr under a star studded sky proved to be an excellent back ground for all the photographs Handmade flowers and streamers decorated the walls whrle the throne of the royalty was made of prnk and whrte angel harr wrth srmrlar colored flowers Evetythrng from dreamy dance musrc to the Bunny Hop was provrded by Pat Burd and hrs orchestra Crowned as queen was Marcra Adams wrth Betsy Bond and Nance Frarze as her attendants They were a beautrful srght and were certamly three of the PICIIICSI gtrls ever to be crowned Many of the yunrors topped off therr evenmg at the Statler Hotel rn Hartford where they ate and danced The sandwrches were a lrttle expensrve but we all agreed that we had a marvelous trme and wlll never forget the fun we had For almost three whole years our class had had the honor or should I say luck of never berng accused of treadrng on the sacred front steps Of course rt had to happen and rt drd Drane Nerld a promment and actrve jumor was accused and convrcted of walkmg on the front steps Decked out nn a surtable outfit provrded by the generous semor class Drane was rnsprred by her classmates and con vrctors to scnrb on She surely was a good sport Later rn the year we held electrons for summer and senror actrvrtres Ruth Jurgelas and Judy Wfoodmansee were chosen to go to Grrls Laurel State and Harvey Della Bet narda was elected to go to Boys Nutmeg State The year book staff was also selected Edrtor was Harvey Della Ber narda wrth Margo Reardon and Lmda Grant assrstrng hxrn Ellen Smlth and Peter Frles served as Art Edrtors and Ardelle Smrth Harold Schortman Ruth Jurgelas and Brll Krawskr were busrness managers On a brrght day m June the day came that our class had been warnng for for three years We were presented the sacred front steps by the Class of 55 I thrnk almost every rumor glrl that had stockmgs on that day rumed them why79 We knelt yes knelt before the former senrors to recerve our steps loyally and gratefully Fmally they were ours to use at wrll to enpoy on sunny days and to clean or have cleaned Dehmtely our Junror year was a year of happy memorres Undoubtedly the most excrtrng and most memorable hap penrng occurred on the evenmg of March 8 1955 Our Ellsworth Bobcats won the Class C basketball tournament Wrth the cheerleaders two of whom were Jean Moore and Judy Woodmansee and students cheerrng them on we de feated Wrndsor Locks Hrgh School by a score of 52 33 Heaps of enthusrasm and prrde rergned wrthm the school for many weeks to follow In fact the mormng after the game the bell even rang five or ten mtnutes later than usual Brll Dezso Andy Johndrow Jack Rose who was chosen as one of the All State Basketball team members from Ells worth and Doug Zregra were among the partrcrpants of our champronshrp game Soccer and baseball led by our lettermen Lenny Ander son Skip Chapman Brll Dezso Harvey Della Bernarda Peter Frles Andy Johndrow Larry Lyman Bob McClatchey Jack Rose Anthony Stephen and Doug Zregra also stand out rn our mrnds as havrng roused much sprrrt Our gurls too drd therr share rn the field of sports Ruth Jurgelas Sandy Javorskr and Lrllran Repak lettermen led our grrls basketball team on to vrctory many a trme whrle Bev Byrnes and Lmda Grant actrvely did therr part as managers One of our brggest treats of the year was a supper grven to the gurls and boys basketball teams by the Rockvrlle Elks Club Everybody had a srmply luscrous meal whrch was followed by a few short speeches and the presentatron of a plaque to the Ellsworth Champs how we drd sympathgze wrth Mrss Jean Janelle grrls coach when she was asked to make a small speech on the spur of the moment' All Ellsworth Nrght was the event that concluded our champronshlp season Unrversrty of Connecticut basketball coach and former EM HS coach Hugh S Greer was the guest speaker The team and cheerleaders were presented therr trophres whrch wrll always commemorate Ellsworths fine and outstandmg champronshrp team of 1955 . . . . , - . . . , Y Y ! ! . g I . , , x ' ' . . T ' ' v v , . . . , . , - . . . . 7 7 , , . ' - . v - . . ' , ' . . I , . . ' . , I , . . I , ' because so much excitement frlled the halls of E.M.H.S. 3 - , , , ,J v I v I v x , , . . . . . . 7 7 , 7 , . s r I a ' ' 5 .9 - . 7 ! - . - . ' ' I , I , . r S . . I I I H , , , - , , . . . . . . . . . , . , , i . . . . , 20 HISTORY contrnued from page 20 The year ended and we saw the senrors most of whom were our close frrends graduate At that moment we felt that we had a great responsrbrlrty task and honor ahead of rt was that of berng a member of the senror class at Ellsworth Memorral I-Irgh School September 7 1955 Dear Drary A beautrful day excrted anxrous students and the erghty five glorrous senrors topped off our first day of the school year the last hrgh school year for our class Rooms 24 and 25 belonged to the senrors thrs year wrth Mrss Ann Duffy and Mrs Esther Bond advrsrng each respec trvely The school populatron as a whole was much smaller thrs year because of the splrttrng of East and South Wrndsot students all but the senrots Immedrately we began out busy but most wonderful year at Ellsworth Our class officers Bob McClatchey presrdent Bob Krlpatrrck vrce presrdent Nancy Frarze secretary and Ellen Smrth treasurer had therr robs on the Student Coun crl The yearbook edrted by Harvey Della Bernarda got rnto full svnrng The SC H E too was led by senrors Margaret Collrns and Barbara Csaszar More electrons took place rn the senror class Jean Moore and Brll Krawskr were chosen as class prophets Judy Wood mansee and Harold Schortman were Wrll wrrters and Lrnda Grant was elected as Class Hrstorran On Frrday September 30 Autumn Leaves was the theme of our Senror Get Together Wrth Maryorre Hrggrns as gen eral charrman and Brll Krawskr as Master of Ceremonres our party was a huge success Freshman queen petrte Pattre Pola and handsome freshman krng Donald Burr were chosen and crowned by the senror class oflicers Mr Verne Davy Crockett Olsen was a great sport dur rng our gala entertarnment I wonder what ever drd grve Mr Olsen away October brought rn wrth rt a full soccer schedule Even though we drd not play rn the tournament we had qurte a successful season and ended wrth a record of live wrns three losses and one tre The backrng of sprrrt must be credrted largely to frve of our senror cheerleaders Jean Moore cap tarn Judy Woodmansee Ardelle Smrth Carol Kerkrns and Drane Nerld The last game agarnst Suffield ended rn tragedy for the Bobcats however One of our classmates Anthony Stephen fullback on the team suffered a broken leg We certarnly mrssed Tony around school but heard he was very content at the Hartford Hosprtal wrth all the pretty nurses to help hrm along Ah yes thrs too was the year of the feet trrrng knuckle brursrng magazrne campargn On a calm Monday mornrng we all gathered rn the cafeterra to meet Mr Davrs of the Curtrs Publrshrng Company Detarls and rnformatron flew gleamrng eyes gazed at prrzes and ears perked up at the sound of S5101 00 our goal' So much fun and rnterest prevarled rn the cafeterra durmg those 45 mrnutes that the determrnatron of the senrors was to sell magazrnes maga zrnes and more magazrnes and to get money' Competrtron began between Room 25 co captarned by Bev Byrnes and Brll Dezso boosted by veteran campargner Mrs Esther Bond and Room 24 led by Jean Moore and Larry Morse wrth Mrss Ann Duffy advrsrng For two weeks eyes were glued to the progress chart Day after day the co captarns sometrmes wrth sleep strll rn therr eyes could be seen countrng totalrng and figurrng the darly returns I'rnally the day came We really wrapped the campargn up rn fine shape' The wrnnrng team of Room 25 and the successful Room 24 had gone over therr rndrvr dual goals to reach the sum total of 36521 65 That gave us a profit of S2144 39 towards our Washrngton trrp Thrs amount was the most ever brought rn by any senror class rn the hrstory of the campargn at Ellsworth Hrgh The hard work of the campargn was over and the four top salesmen were announced as Jack Rose Larry Morse Sandy Javotskr and Lrnda Grant The reward for reachmg our goal was a trrp to New York Crty for the co captarns of the wrnnrng team Ellen Smrth class treasurer Kathleen Krssane whose name was drawn from the wrnnrng team and Mr Adams Mr Davrs drove them to the brg crty and gave them a fabulous trme rn the leadrng male role rn Coach McMrllan s play Tea Soap Opera drrected by Mrs Esther Bond proved Judy Greer Marran Hewes Paul Frost Ruth Jurgelas and Sandy Javorskr to be shrnrng stars Mr Verne Olsen presented hrs actors rn hrs own play Whore Turn N ext? Joan Myers Francrs Chester Paula Ban croft and Lrllran Repak carrred out the hrlarrous prctute takrng theme very well And so perhaps Ellsworth wrll agarn carry on rts own lrttle theatre rf so we are proud to have been a part of rts rebrrth And so on went our final weeks at Ellsworth Just as we had begun happy and hard workrng Durrng these past four years the class of 56 has garned much knowledge here at school but to me the most rm portant and obvrous reward for our hard work at EMHS rs the frrendshrps and close relatronshrps that have grown among classmates and teachers Now dear drary I wrll close Trme wrll fleet by and each one of us wrll go hrs own way but never wrll we forget our Ellsworth frrends and tradrtrons whrch have grown to be a part of us Always Lrnda Grant Class Hrstorran . I . . , I I , 7 . . . . . . s ' ' ' ' ' . . . . 7 . . . S A ' us - - , . . I l 1 - y ' I , . , Y 1 - - .-1 h A . . W . , . - ' - 1 ! F . . , , I ' ' , 4 , L ' 1 7 - l ' ' . - . . . , . , 5 ' Francis Nason - an actor! That he is! He was featured , . . . I . , V , , . . - 4 - ! 7 I D , . , U I ' 1 I . 1 7 . Y J . u 7 - 41 V nv I - . . . W v y - 1 W ' I . . . ' L ' - ! 3 ! Y ' , . , , . . . . . v 1 - r , . A . . - , , , . - . . y . . . . . . J . 3 ' ' 22 Tea For Two Vera s VlClSSlIUdCS Whose Turn Next? QU TW Coach s Cast Curtam Call L.-I The Man From Gloomls tamarins 0 Q 9 Q i Y A f - 'wuisg 1,,,,, ' Y 1 1 , W ' 1 , , 1 . I I AF' I I l f E .' L 1 4 hs! - n n v ' 3 o f F ' A ' 5 En--8 L ' i' -X 1 YJ bi., ,L Us lass wrll We the late Class of 1956 and we do mean late Cespecr ally Francrs Chester Andy Johndrow Brll Krawskr and Jack Rosej berng rn a sober state of mrnd and also broke do hereby leave to the less fortunate underclassmen our abrlrtres looks and brarns To our beautiful rnstrtutron Ellsworth Memorral Hrgh School we leave the present runrors sophomores and fresh men wrth the hope that they wrll contribute to the Surplus Energy Squad as much as we drd To the lrttle yunrors who are about to become brg senrors we leave a good supply of unused toothbrushes Make sure those underclassmen keep our sacred front steps clean Juniors We frnd rt altogether frttrng and proper that we allow the sophomores the honor of sayrng Now we re runrors Just thrnk Sophomores rn another two years two of your classmates wrll be standing here readrng your Class Will Let s hope that you wrll be as generous as our class After rackrng our brarns for a long trme tryrng to thrnk of somethrng to leave to the freshmen we have decrded that the only thrng we can grve them rs our permrssron to laugh at next years freshmen when they make the same mrstakes that you made Shrrley Peterson rs to be the recrprent of Sherla Sargent s love for boys and horses On second thought Shirley you can have the horses and well let Sherla keep the boys Srnce Joseph Bloznalrs rust loves to grve speeches rn front of hrs Englrsh class we wont make hrm grve up thrs love But rf Joe feels that some underclassmen would lrke grvrng speeches as much as he then he wrll relrnqursh thrs abrlrty wrth tears rn hrs eyes James Palozre and Rose Petersen bequeath therr bash fulness to Lrnda Newberry and Brll Wrsneskr They say that the quret ones are the most dangerous Is that true Lrnda and Brll7 Sandra Javorskr wrlls some of her best jokes to Mr Olsen We re sure that you can use some new ones M Olsen and Sandy has some that wrll have you laughmg so hard that you wrll forget to teach U S Hrstory next year If you see a car zoomrng out of our school drrveway at seventy mrles per hour you wrll know that rt rs Brll Wrlson drrvrng He rs leavmg and rn a hurry too Ellen Smrth leaves her love for Saturday nrghts to any one who can stand the late hours Ellen s motto rs Late to bed and early to rise makes a gal healthy wealthy but wrth crrcles under her eyes Stuart Blake wrllfully leaves hrs Pontrac to anyone own mg an orl well The honor of berng chosen chairman of the refreshment commrttee for all PHIIICS rs gladly grven to Jeanne Martrn by our great French chef Margaret Collrns Bob Krlpatrrck wrlls hrs crazy harrcuts to anyone who lrkes to keep up wrth the latest styles Maureen Boyle leaves her sense of humor to anyone who has the strength to laugh constantly for two hours Once Maureen gets started theres no stopprng her Gary Mercrers trtle The Biggest Lrttle Guy at EM H S rs bestowed upon Dan Elmore Its not so bad berng short Dan If the teacher asks you a hard questron all you have to do rs jump rnto a vacant rnk well and shell never find you That s what Gary drd Jan Buchner rs the recrprent of Margo Reardons space on the Honor Roll Can you beat Margo s record Jan? To any proud owner of a car Jack Krskunes wrlls hrs cherrshed parkrng space Margaret Ryan bestows upon all the juniors her love for Senror English Don t let all those books scare you Juniors Margaret says that rt s a snap Leslre Prentice leaves hrs wavy harr to Bernard Krawskr Is rt natural or do you have a Tonr Les? Patsy Nilsson and Barbara Prlrus wrll therr frrendshrp to Marjorie Krawskr and Janet Maison Please grrls try not to scratch each others eyes out too much Martrn Pandozzr royfully leaves Jennre Nrsson leaves her dancrng abrlrty to anyone who loves dancrng as much as she Already Jennre has started to make Fred Astarres out of her puprls Larry Morse grves up hrs rob at Harmac s to anyone wrth a lot of extra trme and a good sales talk queaths her quret ways to Donna Patrra To Rrchard Warner rs left Edwrn Davrs drrvrng and speedrng abrlrty To anyone who has a free study perrod and lots of ambr tron goes Elarne Jarvrs and Mary McKearneys rob as office assrstants Paul Frost bestows hrs srngrng abrlrty upon Russell An derson Paul lrkes to srng wrth the grrls Try thrs to help you wrth your srngrng lessons Russ Esther Lathrop leaves all her Latrn French and English books to EMHS rn hopes that they may burn rn case of a fire Robert McClatchey thoughtfully bequeaths hrs busy days at EMHS to Lloyd Roberts If your school work doesnt keep you busy Lloyd your extracurrrcular actrvrtres wrll Vrcky Parent donates her hot rod Ford to Judy Smith Don t forget all you learned rn safety Judy Anthony Stephen relrnqurshes hrs quret manner to Gerald Baxter You should be seen but not always heard Gerry Barbara Whrttet leaves her serrous manner somewhere rn the school where she lost rt the day she entered Brll Krawskr surrenders hrs talent as class clown to hrs srster Helen We hope you can do as well as Brll drd durrng hrs semor year Lrllran Repak bestows her drgnrty and porse upon the Freshman Class If there rs any you cant use Freshmen give rt to the Junrots I ! 3 . ' ' 1 Y 1 7 ' , . , Y 4 ' l Q . ., . ' ' , . i 1 y - ' Y ! - . I . , , , , , , . . , , . . . , . . . 3 3 l I . I A . . . , ' , . . . . . - . . Q , , , . . . - , , , ' i . i . ' ' ' ' ' Winnie Mugford, our little "Silence is Golden" gal, be- , . , . . . . , . . . . . . , r. . . ' ' r s , . , , , - i i i , . i i . . . . . , , - . i . i I r - , , , . . . . Q 1 . . 3 ' . . ' ' H . - , . . . , ' . . . ' 7 Y 24 James Roberts us the lucky receuver of Jack Roses ath letrc skull un all sports Keep up your hugh spuruts and wull to wrn and you ll succeed Jummy Jean Cushman and Beverly Ruttlunger leave theur smules un the clouds to anyone who can reach them Howard Jorgensen leaves hus good looks and quuetness to Ruchard Burnham Dont worry Ruchue the gurls stull crowd around Lunda Grant gladly guves up her busy days at Ellsworth to Lous Sharp Lrn says that uf you cant do twenty thungs at once rust guve up Ray Boutun leaves hus Ford wuth the gold chrome to the Russuans We hear that they are buyung scrap uron Ray Jean Moore chuef of thus school s cheerung sectuon leaves her great abuluty un thus field to Janet Stoddard one of the elugubles for thus honor Leonard Anderson leaves hus long powerful arms to Art Cushman They ought to be good for huggung Art Ardelle Smuth relunquushes her dancung partners at the Frrday nrght square dances to Lynn Burns Keep those new steps rmprovung and those fellows dancung Lynn Betsy Bond bestows upon Patty Pola her neat appearance Paula Bancroft wulls her easy manner of gettrng along wuth all the boys at EMHS to Gaul Lehtonen Maybe someday Paula wull tell you her secret Gaul Bruce Martrn us the recupuent of Nuna Aleshuns long puano playrng fingers Have you ever trued to play Chop tuck: Boogze by Chopun Bruce? Harvey Della Bernarda bestows upon any ambutuous pun uor hrs tutle of edutor of the Ellrworthmn To whoever gets thus rob Harvey suggests you carry uce bags and a bottle of aspuruns wuth you to take care of all the headaches Marcua Adams leaves her hugh scholastrc abuluty to any freshman who us flunkung thus year Marporre Hugguns leaves Bob Mulkue wuth fond memorues Beverly Byrnes leaves her uob as magazune campaugn cap taun and her green plaud shoe laces to any yunuor who lukes the color green Bernuce Graushunsky and Maruan Hulls guve theur typung abuluty to Jean Ellrson and Bertha Jarvus Can you type the experts rhythm drull gurls? Bernuce and Maruan stull cant Hopalong Sally Newberry sadly relunquushes her guutar to any lonesome cowboy who loves to rude the range Bob Warner us fortunate to receuve Hazel Dewaunes handy book One Hundred Excurer for Absence Do you thunk you can find a use for ut Bob? Maruan Hewes leaves her love for the South Wzndr to Ruth Hallowell Wuth all the humbleness of a senuor Larry Lyman be queaths hus lune of corny jokes to Roland Boutun To Maureen Kenny goes Ruth Jurgelas funny sayungs and suntan lamp Ruthue rs only gorng to lend you her sun tan lamp because she wants to keep that Floruda look Maureen Peter Fules guves up the pruvrlege of gettrng the famuly car to Robert Marowskr How us your pursuasuve abuluty Bob7 Maruorue Stratton bequeaths her E Peruod Wednesday Chemustry Lab to any sophomore who possesses explosuve powers To any future homemaker goes Sandra Buruak and Bat bara Csaszars Home Management Class Douglas Zuegra sadly bequeaths hus shyness97 towards gurls to Edward Podann Dont try to take them all out at once Eddy you may run unto financual dufhcultues Judy Greer relunquushes her art for passung notes wuth out gettrng caught and also her love for the Surplus Energy Squad to Marulyn West Andy Johndrow leaves to anyone who cares to possess ut hus great art for crashung partues Duanne Neuld surrenders her never dyung love for Eddue Fusher to anyone who can dream up some new udeas on how to get hus autograph Muruel Maslak tearfully for us ut cheerfullyj surrenders her shorthand notebook to anyone who wants to acqurre a good headache Francus Chester and Francus Nason wull theur wolf whrstles to any lrttle freshman who wants to have some fun Janet Spuelman surrenders the whole school to anyone who wull take ut Barbara Cooper and Joan Erucks leave home room 25 un one prece Charles Mullen rs to be the recupuent of Robert Thubo deau s seat rn trugonometry Keep calm at all tumes Charlue Happy go lucky Betty Chapman wulls her carefree ways to Cynthua Ordway Thats the only way to luve Cynthua B ll Deszo and Nancy I'rauze leave together To Cynthua Pelton goes Helen Chamberlauns abuluty to play the sax We thunk uts gorng to be hard to beat our Helen Kathleen Kussane wulls her love for gurls basketball to anyone who us as good as Katy Joan Myers wulls the pruvulege of gorng steady to anyone who can go out every nrght and get up un trme for school each mornung Robert Newell leaves for Manchester lookung for pros pects Constance Dollak bestows her zest and zeal for lufe upon Nancy Peck Harold Schortman and Judy Woodmansee leave theur abrlutues of class wull WIIICIS and all around good sports to any uunuor wuth a lot of spare trme and ambutuon All characters rn thus wull are non fuctrtuous and any sumrlarrty between persons lrvung or dead us done delrberately We declare thus to be the last Wull and Testament of the Gloruous Wonderful and Concerted Class of 1956 We leavei-- Wrtnesses John McMullaru Olga Krsh Sugned Judy Woodmansee Harold Schortman l , , .. - . , , . , . s r ' ' , . - 1 1 ' . x v ' . . . , . 1 J ' ' . , . - y n r . , . , . . , . . . . .. . ., . .. . . ' . , . , . . .. . . , . . ' . , . ,, , l ' . a .- V . ., .. . . . , .. . . a ' v - . . , .' y . - - - . .. , . , . . . .. . . a x . r . , , Lmda Grant larry Morse MOST OPTIMISTIC 'Y H55 Esther Lathrop Robert McClatchey MOST STUDIOUS Wnllxam Krawskl Sandy Javorskn CLASS ACTORS William Krawslcl Sandy Javorslu CLASS CLOWNS Robert McClatchey Lmda Grant MODEL STUDENTS :Ibm Harold Schortman Betsy Bond BEST DRESSED l Peter Fxles, Ellen Smnth 26 jack Rose, Ruth jurgelas MOST ARTISTIC MOST ATHLETIC Harvey Della Bernarda Betsy Bond BEST MANNERED Sandy Javorskn Wnllxam Krawskx BEST EXCUSE MAKERS igallut Robert McClatchey joan Myers MOST MUSICAL wi james Palozne Rose Petersen MOST BASHFUL MV.l"l"' ll Connxe Dollack Harold Schortman BEST DANCERS Wxllxam Krawskl Marcna Adams YOUNGEST MEMBERS Marcn Adams Robert McCIatchey 27 Robert McClatchey Dxane Nenld MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST VERSATILE ! L Y f , , , Q ,A J ' 1 S segj i i gs vb , , , if ' , X Q 1 . lass iBrupbetp SETTING Meet1ng of a group of Walt DISUCYS w1ld lrfe photographers Characters Jean Moore as Madame Moore B111 Kf3WSkl as Bongo B111 Props from the trop1cs of Afrrca Madame Moore racoon coat camera stuffed an1mals from the colds of Alaska Bongo B111 khakr shorts glasses Afr1can hat and camera INTRODUCTION B111 w1ll be stand1ng rn the office Jean comes through the door w1th all krnds of camera equ1pment ean drops one thrng and B111 comes runnrng B111 then looks up and shouts Madame Moore Then jean drops everythrng and shouts Bongo B111 B111 Where have you been keep1ng yourself? ean Over ID the deep dark yungles of Afrrca I have heard of your great adventures for Walt Drs ney 1n Alaska 1 Remember the old class of 569 What a nature story we could frlm on them' Those boys w1th the1r outgrown butches and the g1rls w1th the1r poodle cuts ean Have you seen the head11nes 1n Lrnda Grant s newspaper the Valley Tuner? Marc1a Adams IS 1nterpret1ng for the great agent of the Forergn Legron Larry Morse 1 Yes I heard that Larry Morse now has a harem and MZICIH IS 1nterpret1ng for the grrls of h1s harem Lenn1e Anderson does not exactly have a harem but he IS teach1ng phys1cal educat1on to the grrls of Sm1th College Lennre IS be1ng 3SSlSfCd by Coach Stuart Blake Jean Come to th1nk of It I heard that Ruth jurgelas has replaced the coach at U Conn B111 Our class has come forth w1th some excellent gurdes 1n phys1cal educat1on ean The other day I went shopprng for an erm1ne stole The only store that carrred If was Busy Bes SIC s Bop Shop ThlS store rs owned operated and managed by Busy Betsy Bond B111 Have you seen the w1ndow 1n the H111 Gro cery9 Thrs dlsplay was created and arranged by Peter F11es and Larry Lyman ean Well I havent been to the H111 Grocery 1n a long t1me but I was down at Watchels where I saw the Duke of Hxghland Avenue Harold Schott man modelrng B111 Remember Bob KllP3If1Ck7 He rs now head manager of Gerbers Baby Foods rn the F1rst Na t1onal Stores of Connectrcut He clarms he was brought up on Pet Mllk ean Our fellow classmates have really taken to all paths of 11fe B111 I was talk1ng w1th jack Rose and he salcl he w1ll carry the Torch of Lxberty at Melbourne Aus tra11a th1s year to g1ve the Olymprcs better sports mansh1p He Wlll fly to Melbourne H15 specral a1rl1ne stewardess and prlot are Hazel Dewame and oe Bloznal1s who now fly for the AWOL a1r IHCS ean I went to v1s1t Ellsworth the last t1me I was home where I met Bob Newell who IS now offlce secretary He was talk1ng to Dranne Ne1ld and Sally Newberry who were trymg to peddle the1r exclus1ve tooth brush desrgned especrally for Wash 1ng the front steps at E M H S I also notrced that nurse and Barbara Cooper IS the d1et1t1an B111 Recently I dropped 1nto Ellen Sm1ths Stork Club on Depot Street over lookrng Broad Brook pond Sandra Sh Boom Bur1ak was s1gn1ng anet Sp1elman and V1ck1e Parents h1t song known as Sh1ne On Broad Brook Pond She1la Sargent was accompany1ng her on the pxano and clar1net ean D1d you know that Barbara Csaszar regular Judy Greer klng SIZE and Helen Chamberlarn filter trp have taken the place of the Old Gold GlflS7 B111 No I d1dnt but I saw Bob McC1atchey on telev1s1on He has h1s own program known as Tennessee Bobs Pea Pxckers wh1le 1n h1s spare t1me I understand he leads the 4 H clubs IH Hart ford County ean Speak1ng of telev1s1on programs have you seen Mama Roses Krtchens starrrng Maureen Boyle Beverly R1ttl1nger Margaret Collrns and Margo Reardon? B1 Incrdentally d1d you ever hear Paul Frost croon1ng for the ch1ldren on the Petre Peterson Show? J - , , . . ' , , ' , J f - J . , . - . . ' ' ' ' I . , " J , . . . . - . , ,, . .,, . - A J - . . ' . J W . ' I . , . Q B'll - ' , A ' 1 ' ' , ' - . A - . joan Ericks has taken over Mrs. Files' place as school J T ' . . '. , ' T ' . ' ' B'll - , . . ' . I ' . J .W . - . , I , J - . D J - . y U. . D 7 . - . . . - .ll - . . 28 ean Not everyone IS on TV you know ames Palozxe has become the Publrc Defender of the women of Broad Brook H1s able secretary IS Rose Petersen B111 The women of Broad Brook are 1n good hands w1th 1m 1n charge Les11e Prent1ce and Crarg Glass are head of Prem Glass Motorcycle Shop and by the way Lesl1e IS known as the terror of Hrghway 101 ean Our classmates have really struck fame and fortune 1 Speakmg of terrors W1ld Ray Bout1n rs p11ot1ng W1nk1ers Wh1ppet on the flats of Sul 11van Avenue Th1s car was desrgned and produced by Howard orgensen The jack of all trades Handy Andy Johndrow IS co prlot and mechan1c for wrld Ray ean I heard the only mjury that Ray suffered was an mgrown toenall ThlS toena11 was g1ven just attent1on by Dr Mart1n Pandozzr The Doc IS now runnmg a c11n1c for mgrown toenarls H1s nurses are Murrel Maslak and Nancy Fra1ze B111 Doc lS surely a charrtable man Speak1ng of char1ty I rece1ved 1n the ma11 a complrmentary IS edlted by Barbara P111us Pat Nllsson and Bar bara Whxttet The magaz1ne IS publrshed by the great firm of Bev Byrnes and B111 Dezso ean ThlS magaz1ne should really rock the women of the nat1on D1d you know that Connre Dollak and jennre N1ssen are rock1ng 1n the1r Hooky Pokey Dance School? B111 I drdnt know that Connre and ennle were danc1ng but I know Edd1e Davrs al1as Puggy Paws IS dancrng IU the r1ng Hrs second IS Anthony Stephen Ed has taken out an 1nsurance pol1cy from the debonalre man about town Franc1s CValen nnoh Chester At the d1sposal of Franc1s Valen KIDO Chester are h1s SCCICIHIICS ean Cushman L1ll1an Repak and Mar1or1e HlgglUS Bern1ce Graushrnsky IS h1s recept1on1st ean FIHUCIS was qu1te an actor rn our h1gh school days B111 I would suggest an 1nsurance pol1cy for any body who attends Doug Zregra s barber shop known as Zrggre s Chop Shop Jean Insurance POllCl6S are not requrred but rec ommended 1n Bettys Hack Shop Th1s shop IS operated by Betty Chapman Mar1on Hewes IS creat1ng the new ha1r styles MHIIOH Hrlls IS the renowned manrcurrst of Bettys Hack Shop 11 B111 W1lson ohn KlSkUHCS Franc1s Nason and Gary Mer1cer the brggest corn ra1sers thrs s1de of the Scant1c R1ver have merged to form one popcorn firm known as the Too Pooped to Pop Corporat1on ean Remember our cheerleaders Judy Woodman see and Ardelle Sm1th7 They are makrng good use of the1r old cheermg unlforms They now own and run a car hop dr1ve 1n known as the Dellwood Car Hop 1 No but meanwhrle some of our g1rls are gett1ng a chance to see the world by enterta1n1ng the men 1n servrce oan Myers and N1na Ale sh1n are s1ng1ng for the men 1n the servxce Corporal E 1 Harvey Della Bernarda and Corporal E 2 Robert Th1bodeau of the Sea Bees l1stened to the band of renown Marjorre Stratton on the clar1net Sandra avorsk1 on the sax and Paula Bancroft on the drums ean That set up sounds pretty good Another well orgamzed group IS at the new Wares Gram mar School where Esther Lathrop IS pr1nc1pal 1ng speakers VlSlICd the school Tena McCarv1ll spoke on the wonders of M3106 whrle W1n1fred Mugford descr1bed the beautres of Vermont B111 D1d you know that Mary McKearney Kath leen Krssane and Margaret Ryan have just reached the top of Mt Everest? f ean T1me really goes march1ng on It seems l1ke only yesterday that we rece1ved our d1plomas As I look back on our senror year lf IS hard to bel1eve the class of 56 has developed such a great number of celebr1t1es B111 One can go to all po1nts of the globe and see members of our class 1n actlon All 1n all our class has sought and found fame and fortune Secretary M1ss Moore and Mr Kf3WSkl Mr DIS ney requests the honor of your presence 1n h1s mam office 1 jean after our meetmg w1th Walt let s drspose of our equ1pment and go to dmner at the famous Igloo for a platter of crushed walrous tusks under g ass ean B111 Id love to and we can rem1n1sce further about our fellow classmates - B.l M . . ,J . , . , . ' ' J - . - J - ' ' ' . Bu E . , . . . 1 h. . . ,I . n F BH - 7 . ' J ' . .. I, . . ' J . i J f . ' 1 . . . ' 1 . . ' A . . s -. . ' , J ' , ' .I 1 I . -I copy of the Menu Home Companion. This book and Elaine Jarvis is cook. Recently two outstand- 11 - 1 j . 1 - 1 I - . . , ' . . J - ' ' - ' 1. . 1 J. . ' A J 1 Q . Q 1 . ' ' . -n . . Bu- , . .1 , . - . . . - l , ' 1 1 I ' -I T . S , , . . 29 Credlts ur Class Prophecy Wrxters All State Representatrves Lettermen Class Nrght and Graduarron Ushers 30 Teachers Secrerarres rf s 'I . f . , 1 Y ' 1 ' in rl. I' O I 4 X, C1255 Will, HiSIQry, and Laurel and Nutmeg Representatives Rx v A - Q, . X! . Q 2 I J 7 x r - Parade of Youth Correspondent E' sf' 3 , l lmmxq 1 5 N o A . ll f Z v -It .s:.J-f Magazine Campaign Officials cl- +.. Y -4' f 1 ai, L A 1 , Class Marshals 'E Two-Year Members of National Honor Society Top Salesmen 3' Ten Top Seniors lass nam From the days when we entered Ellsworth, We've been searching for our various calls And preparing ourselves for the future As we tread these sacred halls. Our lives have been molded by our teachers And cultivated by the friends we've made. Though our days here are almost ended, We have memories that are n'er to fade. As we gather here for our honors, Thinking how the years have flown, We look back and say to ourselves, "What now? Are we ready to face the unknown? If our time and our work have been wisely spent, We really have no need to fear, For the ways of the world are only the doors To all that our hearts hold dear. We feel we're prepared for whatever comes next, And we say as we wave good bye, "We'll always remember the days we've spent At our dear old Ellsworth High." --By Larry Morse li 32 Qlllass Sung hge, axe. teavfnd our funn. INQJQY Giga. off 'Yo L?1f'i1HJ J.lafH4:'-1614111 I cbke ouveleshf-QA vxugin life Q-king 'HI ..u.'vg, Q,- L5?b?J 4+JfJ-Eir'V1f'H F'!XiET'J.I I Cmevel Tk'nxou.aah?k mug 'rake muck uoovkarvzl Syria from H-Q. EQ? Jill- P' Jl HJ-1-I-I-J' I 0-ui LAB. V8 SPC S1-30 Q32-CDJD 03.2. I E. LJ! O.. J A iuiau .JAXJJ C rw '+L 6 , ' ' , , . EWU fLlHl"',,J-H145-IJllJ, 1 an-Tn -- 31-TvTma cor 'nxe honors wefve. gina all fnwe. 6 ,- 3?b-1-+I N 'flH.LJ,g1-'14 I44 lE.lL F una 55. gfingzj 4he. vcmAs ave. .oovhves Xdngii von-'Z' ous. XJ 'ft-Q. halls of ills ucv-HM.iXk+'?wa M1114 wr-' '4TH' 1l with Kem! 0.-Q15 2191-EKXS of Quv dass makes fore mel! ko Suiuoovkk. we Siena V Y Qt Ilstnurtb . lf sf News Makes History How's Your Reaction Time? i s-X Daily Exercise ff? Chem Lab 5-B Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Artistic Workers Editors and Business Managers Ilstnurtbian Staff Business Managers ELLSWORTHIAN STAFF Editor-in-Chief: Harvey Della Bernarda Assistant Editors: Linda Grant Margo Reardon Art Editors: Ellen Smith Peter Files Business Managers: Ruth jurgelas Ardelle Smith William Krawski Harold Schortman Photography Editor: Robert Kilpatrick Typist: Betsy Bond Advisors: Miss Ann Duffy Mrs. Esther Bond Literary and Art Editors B1 buuth Tlflklunhs The school paper South Wzrzdf whrch IS publlshed bl weekly has yust completed 1ts tenth year of pubhcatlon All classes are well represented on a staff of forty five mem bers BCSldCS belng exchanged wlth many local hlgh schools xssues are also sent to schools throughout the Unxted States and Hawau Under the leadership of Mr Harland Cass the stall has contmued to make the paper a recipient of many awards Edttor Ruth Hallowell M eosco ers lm P ASSISIHHI Edxtor LOIS Sharp Sports Edltor Dlane Nexld Ch1efTyp1st Betsy Bond Exchange Edltor ean Ellxson Head BIIITICOSCOPEI' Marlon Hewes Busmess Echtor Lmda Grant Parade of Youth Margo Reardon Lnterary Board 37 Typxsts W 400 EEUU Sitting, Left to Right: Gerald Baxter, Miss Dziob, Mary Ann Thompson, Lynn Burns, Diana Myers, Donald Burr, Carol Higgins, Wilfred Durocher, Craig Glass, Peter Bossen, Lynn Martin, Cynthia Pelton, Janice Jasper, Warren Andrulat, Donald Sharp, Lana Paul. Standing: Taylor Grimshaw, Richard Booth, Stephen Goddard, Robert Marouski, Bruce Martin, Arthur Cushman, Joseph Rizzo. Robert Jasper, Marjorie Mullen. The band serves as the preparatory in- strumental course at Ellsworth. In addition to Pops Concert, the band was heard in two elementary school assembly concerts and a special parent-teachers program in I the Wapping and Union Schools. The band is always present to partici- pate in the local Memorial Day Parade. All of the bands activities are under the direction of Miss Antonina Dziob, music director. The Beginners' Chorus is a regular class. lt combines with the Advanced Chorus at assemblies and at the annual Pops Concert. Front Row, Left to Right: Marjorie Hallowell, Kathy Farnham, Doreen Cassidy, Gae Driscoll, Nancy Peck, Patricia Silver, Second Row: Jean Krawslci, Janet Maizon, Louella Bradley, Mary Lawler, Janice Jasper, Lillian Andreoli, Linda Pallait, Jacqueline Brown, Patricia Stelmat. Third Row: Steven Finney, Richard Warner, Brian Smith, Bruno Begin, Donald Sharp, Marjorie Krawski, Beverly Rittlinger, Kathleen Boisseau. At the piano: Miss Dziob, Bruce Martin. 38 QBrtbe5tra Front Row, Left to Right: Connie Dollak, Joan Eckert. Second Row: Carol Kerkins, Marjorie Stratton, joan Myers, Richard Burnham, Bruce Martin. Third Row: Helen Chamberlain, Jean Moore, Larry Morse, Marcia Adams, Sandy Javorski, Lance Stoker, Paula Bancroft. I-'ourth Row: Sally Newberry, Nina Aleshin, Miss Dziob, Robert McClatchey. The orchestra, under the direction of Miss Antonina Dziob, this year consisted of thirteen seniors and four underclass- men. Recently added to the instrumenta- tion of the orchestra was an additional ten- or saxaphone and baritone saxaphone. As usual the orchestra was on hand at assemblies and contributed its portion to the annual Pops Concert. Opportunity is offered to orchestra members to gain experience in more than one orchestral instrument. Benefiting from their experience in this school activ- ity, several of the members participate in outside musical organizations. Zlhhanteh Qlbnrus The Advanced Chorus is a group of boys and girls who have been chosen by Miss Antonina Dziob, music director, on the basis of their singing ability. They meet once a week for rehearsals. This group participates in our Christmas Assembly and Pops Concert Front Row, Left to Right: Sandy javorski, joan Myers, Sally Newberry, Lillian Repak. Marcia Adams, Miss Dziob, Shirley Petersen, Cynthia Pel- ton, Nina Aleshin, Betsy Bond. Second Row: Warren Andnr- lat, Muriel Maslak, Marjorie Stratton, Lynn Burns, joan Eckert, Barbara Pilius, Cynthia Ordway, Elizabeth Hood, jean Moore, Connie Dollak, Robert McClatchey. Third Row: Ste- phen Goddard, Donald Burr, Richard Burnham, Larry Morse, Harvey Della Bernarda, Edmund Watson, Peter Bos- sen, joseph Rizzo, Bruce Mar- tin. Front Row, Left to Right: Nina Aleshin, Jean Ellison, Margaret Collins, Jeanne Martin, Barbara Csaszar, Elaine Jarvis. Second Row: Donna Patria, Muriel Maslak, Bernice Graushinsky, Marjorie Higgins, Marian Hills, Rose Petersen. Third Row: Barbara Pola, Joan Russek, Bertha Jarvis, Nancy Harrington, Ruth Hallowell, Marilyn West. Fourth Row: Dorothy Castro, Beverly Lambert, Cynthia Ordway, Muriel Magee, Patty Pola, Maureen Breor, Janet Stoddard. Fifth Row: Sally Cassarino, Cynthia Jarvis, Jean Krawski, Katherine Mansur, Sandra Buriak, Gail Lehtonen, Cynthia Pelton. Sixth Row: Nancy Peck, Gae Driscoll, Marilyn Bahler, Elizabeth Hood, Shirley Petersen, Ann Begin. Mary Ann Thompson. Seventh Row: Mrs. Janeth Tapley, advisor, Patsy Silver, Jean Shetensky, Cynthia Elmore, Miss Ida Mae Benton, assistant advisor. The purpose of the Social Crafts and Home Economics Club is to promote an interest in the field of homemaking Under the guidance of Mrs. Janeth Tapley and Miss Ida Mae Benton it spon sors many activities during the school year The Big Sister party which acquaints the new members with the club is its first activity At Christmas the members have various projects which include making candles, pinboxes, and other items During the month of March the club sponsored square dances each Wednesday after school. the year. annual outing. qi. . 1f,, Mafge Naffaffff Arch of Lrlacs , The biggest event of the year is the spring fashion show in May. Each model wears the clothes she made during the course of To complete a year of hard work the members hold their 3611512 B25 Txcket Sellers Mr Smlth Office Assnstants lf Behmd the Scenes 802AM Lunch Tlckets if ThlfSfY7 A Le: s Ear' ff ,Q 3-93,2 25153. 'L Quhiu Visual Qquah J Left to Right: Charles Mullen, joseph Bloznalis, Daniel Elmore, Edwin Davis, lviaiy Mcliearney, Robert Newell, jan Buchner. The Audio Visual Squad, also supervised by Mr. Olsen, is open to both boys and girls in all classes. The members of the squad operate all of the sound equip- ment in the gymnasium as well as projectors or phonographs used in their own classes or during their free periods. I 1 X I xJ,, 1 ,- v ,N D 'x Olly 11 The Photography Club is composed of boys from all classes. Their main function is to learn to operate the various cameras and exposure meters and to develop and print films. Under the direction of Mr. Olsen, the club has taken trips to various parts of Connecticut to take pictures of interest. iBbntu Qiluh Left to Right: Daniel Paine. Mr. Verne Olsen, Thomas Nichols, Donald Burr, Walter Kupchunos, Lloyd Roberts, Edmund Watson, joseph Riz- zo, Michael Kobylanski, Rus- sell Blinn, Kendall Hodgdon Sports 1955 56 Front Row Left to Rxght Drane Nerld and janet Stoddard Second Row Jean Moore captaln Ardelle Smrth and Judy Woodmansee Fight Team Frght' 44 beerleahtrs -xf Wy Ready for a Cheer 0 lf' to f M ' 1' I' I 28 y dffid 5 E ' l It X y 4 . , bamps jack Adds to Old Saybrook s Downfall Bob and Miles Interrupt Locktowners Shot The Bobcats under thc supcrvrslon of Coach John McM1llan won thc 1955 Class S state champlonshxp The vlctory was Ellsworths seventh the greatest of any school rn the state in 1ts class Thc Bobcats trrumphtd by defeating Old Saybrook 62 47 Lxtch 1955 Bob Blocks Terryvllle Shot Champs Celebrate 45 field 50-36,Teffyvi11e 56-45, and Windsor Locks 52-35.1 - l of Q 3 A . .. y l S . 3. i A k K, 1 . .A Front rom left to rnczht Leonard Anderson Wllllam Dezso Douglas Zlegra Andrew johndrow jack Rose Robert Mullen Back row Coach lohn McM1llan Kendall Hodgdon Herbert Holden joseph Rlzm Robert Warner james Roberts Bruno Beam T1m Nacleau Harry Fromerth Bernard KI3WSlCl Ellsvs orth 56 Bloomncld F8 Ellsworth St Anthony CElls V1ctory by Forfutj Ellsworth Ellsvs orth Ellsvs orth Ellsvs orth Ellsvx orth Ellsxx orth Doug's effective jump shot Portland Staflord atertovu n Thomaston Suffield Bloomneld Buys Basketball SCHEDULE Ellsw orth Ellsw orth Lllsvs orth Lllsworth Ellsworth Ellsvx orth Ellsvt orth Ellsvs orth Ellsworth 7 Chcshlrc Bacon Portland Watertown Cheshlrc Thomaston Sufheld Bacon Stafford 46 Set up that play, jack Play Ball! Front Row, Left to Right: Sandra Madsen. Martha But- cher, Shirley Petersen, Ruth Jurgelas, Lillian Repak, Sandy Javorski, Beverly Byrnes. Sec- ond Row: Marilyn Burnham, Jeanne Martin, Judith Smith, Marcia Adams, Maureen Ken- ny, Bertha Jarvis, Jean Elli- son, Miss Janelle. 1 Girls' Basketball SCHEDULE Ellsworth 42 Ellsworth 54 Ellsworth 44 Ellsworth 44 Ellsworth 42 Ellsworth 45 Ellsworth 43 Ellsworth 35 Ellsworth 47 Bloomfield Rockville Stafford Rockville Simsbury Farmington Bloomfield Farmington Simsbury Q QBtfitials' Clliluh The Officials' Club was organized this year by Miss Jean Janelle, physical education instructor. Separate instruction in basketball and a final test successfully passed were required of each official. The girls officiate at intramurals, grammar school games, and assist in gym classes. ne Front Row, Left to Right: Judith LaPlante, Bertha Jar- vis, Mariorie Mullen, Miss Janelle, Sandra Madsen, Jud- ith Anderson, Barbara Pola. Second Row: Helen Krawski, Lois Sharp, Diana Myers, Car- ol Higgins, Jean Ellison, Linda Pallait, Joyce Krawski, Martha Butcher, Muriel Magee. Sutter R. 5 7' aaa Stal' with If HOPPY' Thats Using Your Head Bob SCHEDULE Sufheld Rockville Bloomfield Bacon Portland Bloomfield Portland Bacon Suflield Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth X Anthony Stephen Our Fighting Rrght Half back s I -v-v-v -fi We Front Row, Left to Right: Peter Bossen, Donald Burr, Lloyd Roberts, Robert Mullen, Russell Ander- son, james Roberts, Walter Kupchunos, Stephen Hopkins, Steven Finney, Robert Marouski. Back Row, Left to Right: Robert McClatchey, William Dezso, jack Rose, Douglas Ziegra, Andrew john- 48 drow, Leonard Anderson, Peter Files, Anthony Stephen, Joseph Burns, Arthur Cushman. Front Row Arthur Cushman vrsmng mascot Joseph Burns Mtddle Row Gary Donihee Norman Anderson Walter Russak Harvey Della Bernarda Robert Mullen Roger Vermette, Coach John McMillan Back Row Davld Lorenzen Robln Loftus Leonard Anderson Trm Burns, Edward Platt Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Run It Out Len Tim Scores ln a Cloud of Dust 40' 040-Q01 Days of Pleasant Remembrance Schools Day s when youth and knowledge combxnc to tntblc you to mold the foundatron for your success ln llfe Stvmgs Days The dry tn partlcular when you open your own savmgs account at East Hartford Federal to establxsh your start tow ards hnanctal mdcpendence one of the finest achrevements rn lrfe Of equal xmportance vull be the days when you frequently add some amount to your account vsatch rt grow from these savmgs and the Yes these are days youll remember mth pleasure and prrde Thrs money you save may help materxallze such thrngs as marrrage college education fund for youngsters a home of your own retxrement and travel so many thmgs East Hartford Federal Savnngs takes pleasure rn looking back on 25 years of encouragmg thrxft and home ownershxp and on the 175 years experrence of the STVIDSS md Loan Industry of vshlch Last Hartford Federal ts a part Save Any Amount Any Trme 3 W Latest Drvrdend Save By Mall In Person Annual Rate EAST HARTFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1137 Mun St East Hartford New London Turnprke Glastonbury Complzments of 2 1 3 1 3 1 5 5 2 5 5 5 E 3 40101 M52 010'N0Y 10 056401 '0' '01 1 5 E E., so SOUTH WINDSOR GARAGE ROUTE 5 so ' ' f-01 '02 ,. . ,. 0 t . 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