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Firsf, Fun and Frolic in French.
l On To the peace of study hall.
Then study fquietlyj in the library,
1 Day h
Now the challenge and excitement of gym class. Passing through.
Lab-Duck Soup. Seventh period is hard on everyone.
Student Council Elections
Class Rings Ordered
Cross Country-Four Teams
Football Pep Rally
Football Ga me-Westerly
Football Game-New London
French Club Dance
Football Game-East Hartford
Cross Country-St. Bernards
Cross Country-New London
German Club Dance
Football Game-St. Bernards
Cross Country Eastern
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New England Cross Country
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Chess Club Dance
Future Nurses Club Dance-
Home School XMAS Party
Basketball-St. Thomas Moore
A.F.S. Hootena ny
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Key Club vs. Keyette
Senior Class Variety Show
Exchange Concert at Fitch
Ski Trip to Haystack
Teacher's Basketball Game
Home School Association
Track-Eastern Sectionals at
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22 Judo Tournament
24 Baseball-Hartford Public
25 Track-New Britain
4 Track-Bulkeley, Weaver
9 Track-New London
li Kiwanis Honor Night
l3 Junior Prorn
15 H.S.A. Scholarship Awards
l8 All School Orchestra
20 Music Festival
27 Boosters Club Banquet
29 Track-C.C.S.C. Invitational
30 No School
3 CIAC Open-New Haven T
5 Yearbook Dedication
10 Track-New England Open
12-15 Final Exams
16 Senior Class Banquet
16 Scholastic Awards Assembly
17 Commencement Dance A
T9 Class DaygGraduation
20 Last Day of School
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The flesh is sad, alas! and all the books are read.
Flight, only flight! l feel that birds are wild to tread
The floor of unknown foam, and to attain the skies!
Nought, neither ancient gardens mirrored in the eyes,
Shall hold this heart that bathes in waters its delight,
O nights! nor yet my waking lamp, whose lonely light
Shadows the vacant paper, whiteness profits best.
I will depart! O steamer, swaying rope and spar,
Lift anchor for exotic lands that lie afar!
A weariness, outworn by cruel hopes, still clings
To the last farewell handkerchief's last beckonings!
And are not these, the masts inviting storms, not these
But, O my heart, hear thou, hear thou, the sailor's song!
Lost, not a sail, a sail, a flowering isle, ere long?
That an awakening wind bends over wrecking seas,
The tenth edition of Tantara is gratefully dedicated to Mrs. Jeanette Beach in
affectionate appreciation of her outstanding service to the students and faculty
of Fitch Senior High.
As head of the Math Department for the past six years, Mrs. Beach has
inspired many students by her enthusiasm for her subiect and her sincere desire
to help students achieve an understanding and insight into mathematics.
However, Mrs. Beach is chiefly remembered not for her administrative activities,
but for her warmth and efficiency as a teacher, a rare and wonderful combination.
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year . . .
Une Superintendent ef Seneels
THOUGHTS FOR A YEARBOOK
More than forty years have passed since the writer graduated from high school. In the in-
terim, many things have happened in the world of men. In our country we have known ten
years of depression, an equal number of war or ot peace, some several years of prosperity
and of social protest. For all those more than forty years, we have experienced breath-taking
advances in science and technology.
Not to have lived through this period is not to understand it. Yet, who would have thought
in '26 that all the things that have happened, would? Who can predict what the next forty years
hold for our Country and for you? Not the writer, but he can express a hope for the future
that each of you could help come true.
The hope is that we may learn to spend for welfare instead of warfare, that science
will seek sera rather than sophisticated weapons, that good-will may replace ill-will among men
and nations, that prosperity based on productive ettort will be realized throughout the world.
The hope may be visionary, it is not unattainable if each of you will strive for it and en-
courage others to do the same.
WILLIAM M. FARRIS
l6'0ard of dfucafivn
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MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
Mr. Harold Hernond, Chairman
Mrs. M. Ronald Fishkind, Secrefary
Mr. Ralph Lewis
Mr. Andrew Hilding
Mr. Arthur Downie
Mr. John Helm
Mr. Cesare Ballandese
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After twenty-six years Mr. Tyler is leaving Fitch. Even
so his service will continue to be felt here from his new
position. Next year a new principal will perform Mr. Tyler's
duties, and Fitch will remain much the same. The man
himself will be gone, though, and those of us who re-
member the sloppy ties, his interest in student activities,
his watchful tread about the school and his humor will'
feel the difference-and the subtle loss.
Prirzczjwzl 5 Message
A person's success in life is under the close scrutiny of his peers, his relatives, and all the
rest of the society in which he works, studies, plays and prays. This is as true for each of you
individually as it is for the "person" alluded to above.
The degree of success is measured by many standards. These criteria are set by the iudge's
own philosophy of life, his own objectives, his own experiences, his own moral fiber. Thus to
some you may have done well while to others there is much to be desired.
For myself, l evaluate your success on your achievement as compared to your ability, your
willingness to cooperate, your demonstrated respect for other persons, your attitude toviiard
constituted authority, your friendliness, warmth, and sense of humor, your giving as well as
your receiving-all these things and more.
As a group you the class of 1967 "measure up". As individuals, some of you are out-
lt has been my pleasure, to know you, to talk with you, and to help you along the way.
My very best wishes for continued success. '
lice' Princzkfals Message
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Today with the accent on the conservation of our
natural resources, water, fresh air, etc., I feel that too
many of our young people are not giving enough thought
to the conservation and development of their own great-
est asset-brainpower. Within the past few years we have
finally recognized that the talent of each generation is
indeed a great natural resource every bit as important as
oil, coal, water, or gas. We are aware that it is shameful
to waste our natural assets, and we now have various
programs designed to conserve and to develop them,
including brainpower. Failure to make full use of your
talent is wasteful. Progress and our nation's future de-
pends upon each generation making full use of its
As the time for graduation draws near, let me be a
little more personal. What have you done, what are you
doing, or what are you planning to do to develop your
greatest possession? Formal education is but one of many
tools that may be used to activate this latent power.
You owe it to yourself to develop this personal asset to
its full potential. Your future rides on it. Success or failure
in future endeavors will depend largely on how well you
are equipped to meet the many challenges about to come
your way. Using education as a key to unlock this vast
storehouse of power, you will soon discover that it will
continue to pay dividends for a lifetime. Knowledge is
something that cannot be lost, taken, destroyed, or
squandered. It can lie dormant for years and be recalled
for instant use to meet a challenge. Knowledge is power.
Man, to a large extent, can control his environ-
ment. Here lies your future-whatever you choose to
make it. Good luck.
"Learning is acquired by reading
books, buf The much more necessary
learning, The knowledge of The world,
is only To be acquired by reading rnen,
and sfudying all The various ediTions of
MRS. FIEDLER MR, O'DONNELL MRS. WILLIAMSON
School N u rse
MRS. MEEHAN MRS. HANOVER
Busy fingers, efficienT work. . .
Crowded schedules, accuraTe performance. . .
Keeping records. . .
Servicing Teachers and sTudenTs. . .
CoordinaTing and announcing acTiviTies. . .
This is The necessary work of The office sfaff.
Their service is of ufmosf imporfance To The organized
MRS. WILLIAMS learning of The sTudenT.
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Mr. James Perry
Mr. Cari Kress
Mr. John Birchall
Mr. Ray Davol
Mr. Bill Tarrant
Mr. Ed Jones
. NEW HORlZONS A
The first range of hills
Thafsencirclffs The scanfy
vale of human life is The
'horizon for The maioriry
of the inhabitants. On
its ridges The common sun
is born and departs. From
Them The stars rise, and
Touching them, they vanish.
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Preparing the student for the days of tomorrov
involves tedious work and many hours on the par
of the guidance counselor. He must help the studen
mature mentally and emotionally and help him dis
cover himself and adiust to the pressures ot hi
society. High school is a time of important transition
the step between childhood and adulthood. It is l
time of uncertainty and confusion. Society demand
that the student plan his career, and that he decide
his place in life.
Fitch guidance counselors have devoted thei
time in untangling the questions of students and ir
helping them make decisions.
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SERVICE . . .
Their work is of uTmosT
imporfance To The student
DEPT. HEAD MR. LAWRENCE E. CHICK
Tufts College, A.B. Boston Univ., M.A.
MISS BONNIE BROWN
Univ. of Bridgeport, B.S., Junior Class Advisor
MRS. MARY L. CHRISTENSEN
Connecticut College, B.A.
MISS JUDITH A. CONNAUGHTON
Boston Univ., B.A., Univ. of Connecticut, M.A.:
MRS. IDA F. COULTER
Beaver College, Univ. of Bridgeport, B.S.
MISS LYNN W. ETKA
Mary Washington College, B.A.
MR. JOHN A. GORMAN
Boston University, A.B.
MRS. ARLENE HEDGE
Rutgers University, B.A.
MR. WALTER W. HUNSINGER
Univ. off Vermont, B.S., M.A., Tantara Advisor,
Head Basketball Coach.
MR. JOHN J. KELLEY
Boston Univ., B.S., Univ. of Conn., M.A., Cross
MR. WILLIAM MILLER
Corn-ell College, A.B., Univ. of de Bellas Artes,
M.F.A.7 Art Club
MISS JEAN E. PARKS
Grove City College, B.A.: Univ. of Vermont,
MR. ARTHUR H. PEARSON
Univ. of Rhode Island, B.A., Asst. Football
Coach, Tanager Advisor.
MR. THEODORE C. REICHARD
Univ. of Conn., BA., M.A., Dramatics Club
Advisor, T.A.R. Advisor,
MRS. LORRAINE H. SANTANGELO
Connecticut College for Women, B.A., National
Honor Society Advisor, Amphora Advisor.
MRS. DOROTHY EAMES
Un-iv. of Conn., B.A. Senior Class Advisor
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MR. ARTHUR S. BOOTH
Ithaca College, B.S., M.S., Band, Chorus, Choir,
Dance Band, Orchestra.
MR. HARRY L. BROWN
Augustana College, B.A., Univ. of Iowa, M.F.A.,
Univ. of Rhode Island, New York Univ.
MR. ROBERT J. LEVENTHAL
Univ. of Conn., B.A., Trinity, Southern Conn.
Central Conn. State, Willimantic.
DEPT. HEAD MRS. JEANETTE BEACH
Conn. College, B.A.g Hunter College.
MR. P. PLASSE
Holy Cross, B.S., Univ. of Conn., Connecticut
MR. C. R. ESTABROOKS
Univ. of Conn., Clark Univ., Conn. College,
Northwestern Univ., B.S., M.A., Dramtics Club
MR. JOSEPH R. Lo BRUTTO
Univ. of Conn., B.A., Senior Class Advisor,
MR. ROBERT T. LAING
Univ. of Rhode Island, B.S., Univ. of Conn.,
MR. CLAYTON D. MEEHAN
Univ. of Maine, B.S., Univ. of Conn., Univ. of
New Hampshire, Conn. College, Univ. of Mary-
land, St. Joseph College.
MR. THOMAS DiCANDlA
Providence College, B.A., Boston College, M.A.,
Univ. of Notre Dame, Univ. of Conn., Univ. of
West Virginia, Univ. of Maine.
MR. DENISON BARBER
Milton College, Univ. of Idaho, Univ. of
Conn., Rutgers Univ., Univ. of Rochester, Fair-
field Univ., Danbury State, B.S., M.A.
MR. FREDERICK W. HERMES
U.S. Coast Guard Academy, B.S., Key Club,
F-Club, Freshman Football Coach.
MISS MARY CESARIO
Univ. of Rhode lsland, B.A.
MR. BURTON F. TURNER
Univ. of Conn., B.A., Chemistry I 81 2, Bac-
teriology, Anatomy 8. Physiology, Graduation
MR. DANIEL J. STRUNK
Univ. of Missouri, B.S., M.S., Univ. of Conn.,
Physical Science, Biology, Botany, Zoology.
MRS. MARION LeSAN
Central Conn. State, B.S., Biology, Physical
Science, Sophomore Class Advisor.
MR. WALTER S. HANOVER
Clark Univ., B.A., M.A., Harvard, Wesleyan,
Biology, Physical Science.
MR. ROBERT W. WILLIAMS
U.S. Naval Academy, B.S., Southern Conn.
State, Univ. of Arizona, Univ. of Virginia,
Univ. of Conn., Physics.
MR. JOSEPH RINOSKI
Univ. of Rhode Island, B.S., Biology, Physical
Science, Driver's Education.
MR. J. F. JOSEPH
Univ. of Conn., B.A., Univ. of Rhode Island,
Physical Science, Biology.
MR. SAMUEL F. FROLIO
Tufts, B.S., M.l.T. M.S., Boston Univ., Union
College, Physical Science, Survey of Physics.
MR. D. TETREAULT
Central Conn. State, B.S., Wesleyan, M.A.,
Chemistry, Survey of Chemistry and Physics,
DEPT. HEAD-MR. PHILIP PERKINS
Univ, of Maine, B.S., U.S. History
MR. HOWARD M. CAPLAN
Univ. of Conn., B.A,, M.A., World History,
U.S. History, Sophomore Class Advisor, Student
MR. JOHN H. EGAN
Worcester State College, B.S.p World History,
U.S. History, Student Council, Chess Club,
MR. MARION W. LEBUIS
Univ. of Conn., B.A., C.L.U.g Willimantic State
MR. FRANK J. WALLACE
Wilkes College, B.S., World History, U.S. His-
tory, J.V. Football Coach.
MRS. JEAN B. PEARSON
American International College, B.A., Trinity
Univ., Wesleyan Univ., M.A., U.S. History,
Senior Class Advisor.
MR. KEN PARILLA
West Virginia Wesleyan, B.A., World History,
DEPT. HEAD-MRS. FRANCES S. NORMAN
Wellesley, B.A., Univ. of Nancy, France, Sorbonne, Columbia Univ., French,
French Club. X ,-,,
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MISS BETSY ANN STERN
Univ. of Vermont, B.A., Univ. of Michigan,
M.A., Latin, English, Keyette Advisor, Latin
MR. DONALD N. WILSON
New Mexico School of Mines B.S., Univ. of
Hartford, Central State College, Spanish,
MR. EDWARD S. WOJTKIEWICZ
Univ. of Conn., B.A., German, German Club.
MISS JOYCE E. COOK
Eclinboro State College, B.S., French.
MR. EDWARD VAHEY
Youngstown Univ., B.A., Kent State Univ.,
Hollens College, St. John's College, Hunter
MR. JAMES J. LAPIETRA
Roanoke College, B.A., International Univ.,
St. Lawrence Univ., Spanish Club, J.V. Base-
DEPT. HEAD-MISS MARGARET CUNNINGHAM
Bryant College, B,S., Univ. of Conn., M.A.
MRS. DOROTHY c. BEROERON D
New York Univ., B.S., Univ. of Conn., M.A. IW
MR. ROBERT DEMPSKY U0 ' pf!
Central Conn. State, B.S., Univ. of Hartford, IJ OI
Univ. of Conn., Advisor for Sae Ki Kwan. W JI
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Central Conn State College BS
MR. ROGER L. GAGNON 0IS!
Univ. of Rhode Island, B.S., Instructor for new
Business Law Course, Junior Class Advisor,
Asst. Key Club Advisor.
MRS. BLANCHE L. KAYRUKSTIS
Boston Univ., B.S., Univ. of Conn., M.A.
MISS EDYTHE P. LITTMAN
New York Univ., B.S.g Mitchell College, A.S.
MR. STEPHEN D. PIERCE
Babson Institute, B.S.p Bridgewater State Col-
lege, D.E.C.A. Club Advisor, Senior Class
MR. RAYMOND J. PORTELANCE
Univ. of Conn., B.S., Varsity Baseball Coach.
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MRS. CLAIRE ANDERSON
Framingham Teachers College, B.A.p Home Eco-
Hartford Hospital School of Nursing, Hospital
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MRS. MARTHA REICHARD
Univ. of Conn., B.S., Colby College, Home
MR. CARL D. NYGREN
Central Conn. State, B.S.g Univ. of Conn., M.A.,
MR. JAMES F. MCGUIRE
Central Conn. State, B.S,g Woodworking,
Drafting, Head Track Coach,
MR. JOHN T. JOHANESSEN
Univ. of Oswego, B.S.g Cornell Univ., M.S.g
Industrial Arts, Sae Ki Kwan Advisor.
MR. GEORGE E. BUTCHER
Ohio State Univ., B.S., Columbia Univ., M.A.,
Head Football Coach, Director of Athletics.
MISS ELEANOR GUSE
Univ. of Wisconsin, B.S., Univ. of Michigan,
MR. CARL JOHN WALLIN
Northeastern Univ., B.S., J.V. Football Coach,
MISS SANDRA R. WHITE
Southern Conn, State, B.S., Intramurals, Cheer-
A DAY OF SUNSHHXIE
Through every fibre of my brain,
Through every nerve, Through every vein
l Teel The elecTric Thrill, The Touch
GT life, ThaT seems alrnosT Too much.
And over me unrolls on high
The splendid scenery of The sky,
Where Through a sapphire sea, The sun
Sails like a golden galleon.
Towards yonder cloud-land in,The WesT,
Towards yonder Islands of The BlesT,
Whose sTeep sierra Tar uplifts
ITs craggy surnrniTs white wiTh driTTs.
O Life ! O happy Throng
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STEPHEN EMBRY WILLIAM NIACKEY
"Steve" college wants to reach realiz- "Bill . .. college cheerful Basketball
ation . .. caustic ... "He thought" ... ... leaky radiator ... comlca
refuses fo be coerced, Basketball I, 2, 3,5 German Club I, 2, 3, Key Club
Football I, 2, Debating I, 2, Co-Captain 3, Tanager If 2? Cross COWIIIY 25 Sk' Club 3-
I, 2, 3, AFS I, 2, President 3, Key Club 2, 3, F-Club
2, 3: German Club 3.
SUSAN PIAZZA DELEEN NELSON
"Soupy" college water skiing HDMI' College Serious minded
cheering uniform plans to be a Registered "lim from FIICHH prizes peace hopes
Nufsel to be a social worker.
Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, Bowling I, French Club I, DVUVTICIICS I, 2, 3: FUTUYS Nl-USES I: G A4 A- I?
f 'I 2 3 German Club 2, French Club 3,
Spanish Club 2, GAA I, 2, Studen Councr , ,
Secretary of Junior Class, Keyetres 2, 3, J V Cheering
2, Varsity Cheering 3, Choir 3, F'Club 3.
'hief" college 1959 Renault??? matches his
ess wits with Mr. Hunsinger runs a tight ship
llege looks bright. ,Nh
V. Football l, Varsity Football 2, 3, Key Club l, Executive Board 2,
:sident 3, Junior Class President 2, Senior Executive Board 3, Chess
nm 3, Tonlara 3, Editor-in-chiei.
Dianne" ... college . .. Blondes do have more fun! . ..
et's have a cheer!" future nurse class ring.
1. Cheerleader l, Sophomore V.P. l, Student Council l, 2, Varsity
ieerleader 2, Captain 3, Keyettes 2, 3, F Club 2, 3, Secretary 2,
ench Club 3, Senior Executive Board 3, Latin Club 3.
lonsey" ... college . .. Chem Il and B.F.T. ... beaming
rsonality radiant smile ..: gorgeous blond hair
ey Dave! What'd ya mean these problems aren't right?"
ench Club l, Vice-President 2, 3, Keyettes l, 2, President 3, Ski
ub l, 2, 3, Conn. College Orchestra l, 2, 3, All-Eastern Regionals
2, G. A. A. l, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Student Council
Intramurals l, 2, 3, Tonager Representative l, National Honor So-
ety 2, 3, Tantaro Literary Editor 3, Senior Executive Board 3, Sounds
Drk" college Miss Cesario and SCM red Che-
lelle basketball, drums, blondes "This is true".
:sketball l, 2, 3, Student Council l, Band l, 2, Key Club 2, 3, Foot-
:ll 2, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Senior Executive Board 3,
xunds in Space 3.
"Scott" college You bet French "lips"
"Aw, c'mon guys."
Student Council l, Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, F-Club l, 2, 3, Key Club 3f
Varsity Football l, 2, 3
SAN DRA BATES
"Sandy" college . .. "surf's up, doodlegg! California
here I come long live the sun and the surf 24 hour
French Club l, 2, Ski Club l, 2, 3, Tantara 3, Student Council 2, Secre-
tary 3, AFS 2, 3, Keyettes 2, Treasurer 3, Senior Executive Board 3,
Sounds in Space 3, Foreign Aitoirs Club, President 3.
"Cookie" energetic cheerleader to be good? first
to lunch, last to leave . . . hates stockings!
Keyettes l, 2, 3, Sophomore Class Treasurer l, Student Council, .l.V.
Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, GAA 2, 3, AFS 3, Tonager l, 27
F-Club 3, Tantoro ca-editor advertising 3, Ski Club 3, Sounds in Space 3.
"Wooly Burger" college guitar dependable
Honda 160 rigorous iobs'??
Student Council, 2, Sophomore Class President l, Student Faculty Ad-
visory Board l, Spanish Club l, 2, Student Council Representative 2,
Chorus 2, Audio-Visual 3, Key Club l, 2, Vice President 3.
"Barr" . .. college always the clown athlete
search engineer with N.A.S.A.
Baseball 'l, 37 French Club 'I7 Track 27 Chess Club 2, 3.
"Jan" college another Mrs. Ward? "I am what
know" ... sincere friend of many . . . Skip.
Club 27 National Honor Society 2, 37 Tanlora Activities Editor
Ampliora 2, Co-Editor 3,
Lotin Club 2, 37 German Club 2, 37 Dramotics 27 Foreign Relations
"Jackie" long brown hair hates innocence cheery,
thoughtful, sincere . .. Barn with the girls
Spanish Club l, 2, 37 Ski Club l, 2, 37 Student Council l7 Consumer
Ec. President l.
"Liz" business wants to go to college her horse
and car "Laughter's the best medicine."
Girls Chorus 37 D.E.C.A. 3.
"Sue" business D.C.! excuses, excuses want
to be a hairdresser Hi-ho Silver!
Chorus 2,37 Office 37 D.E.C.A. Club 3.
THOMAS HAGOP ADAMS
'fBobo" college Hey! dedicated bachelor hi
car and his letter-sweater everyone loves him.
Basketball J.V. lg Varsity 27 Cross Country Manager 27 F-Club 2, 37 Sl
Club 37 Office Help 3.
SAMUEL GLEN ANDERS lll
"Glen" college likes the Guidance office future
architect LSD addict?? A Blue MG?
ikwgf "Steve" college goal is a PhD sailing 1964
Corvair run, Stevie, run.
Cross Country l, 2, 37 Track l, 2, 37 F-Club l, 2 37 AFS l, Vicf
President 2, 37 Key Club 2, Treasurer 37 Associate Justice of Studen
Court 27 Honor Society 2, President 3.
ppy" general hates shy, stuck-up, and unfrrendly
ls teachers and Misquamicut.
ikidgeu general hates to get up early his
oncla easy to get along with.
Marsh" college detests IBM confetti active, en-
wusiastic, friendly nut work with the mentally retarded.
punish Club I, 2, 3, Art Club I, Bridge Club I, Orchestra I7 Dro-
lotics Club Executive Boord 2, 3, Tonoger 2, 3, Toniaro 3, Student
ouricil 37 Keyettes 3, T.A.Il. 3, AFS 3, Ski Club 3.
Diane business Frank's girl medical secretary
.. hates snobs.
uture Nurses Club lg GAA I, 2, 3, Librory Aide 2, 3, Chorus 3, Ski
"Bernie" college .. veterinarian moody '. .. surfing
Attended school in Florida I, 2, Trock 3,
JAMES D. BAKER
"Jimmy blue volkswagen Florida watch yourself
,.. parties a statue'???
BRIAN WILLIAM BARBOUR
"Bri" general wrestles vainly with law draftsman.
German Club 3, Chess Club 3.
BERFIELD BARCLAY, JR.,
"Jerry" college swimming doesn't like unreasone
able people "why worry?"
NIKKI FAYE BARLOW
"Nik" ... college ... airline srewardess ... car keys ..
devilishly refreshing! ... a friend fo all.
Fulure Nurses Club l, 27 Dromolics Club 2, 31 Ski Club 35 GAA 3
Allended New London High l.
"Kris" college quiei prizes car loves swim
ming and skiing wants to get through college.
Slcr Club 3.
"Men of few words are the best men."
"Jessie" college likes fo play ool rized os-
. . . . . . p . . . p p
session-her last name Why bother?"
French Club 3.
"Louie" ... general ... guns ... a True sporfsman ... a
student who has fun.
"Karen" Business sewing Live everyday as a
German Club I, 2,
"Bruce general engineer l.D. "Sure Charlie'
X ... Grundie Club? ... deteniions.
RICHARD WILLIAM BECHERER
"Rich" college roller skates a riot? Afri
Peace Corps "Cest la vie!"
Coin Club l, 27 Stomp Club lg Judo Club lg Dromofics 37 Alter' X
Norwich Free Academy l, 2: '
MARY ELIZABETH BELL
"Mary" business artist telephone talker interior
Eecorator . . . Steve,
.E.C.A. 2, 3.
'Magimbau college hates dissecting pregnant cats
Honda ambition: to pass anatomy pink shirt girls.
ludo'l,Spc1nish Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3.
college airline stewardess dislikes phonies
59.90 sweater bowling.
rench Club lg Ski Club 3, Sounds in Space 3.
Tracy" future King Midas college Think not! ..
urt iester ... gold 81 silver.
"Bergie" college Deutschland Cardigan, N. H.
Oh, come on!
Badminton, Hockey lg Drcmotics 2, 37 Ski Club 2, 3, German Club 3,
French Club 2g Attended Williams School l.
"Cary" college her orange parking sticker future
Mrs. Jamison likes to swim Keep smiling!
Bond ly Ski Club
l, 2, 3, French Club 2, 37 Chorus 2, Tonoger Repre-
sentative 3, TAR 3,
"Hap" college silver-blue Mustang very likeable ..
wants to enioy life 'That's a Fact."
Keyettes 2, 3, German Club l, 2, 3, Bond l, 2, 3, AFS 2, 3, Tonoger,
Business Manager 3,
"The devil hath power to assume a pleasing shape"
"Bob" ... college ... future Jean Claude Killy ... sober
senior "What d'ya mean?" real summer blonde.
French Club lg Germon Club 35 Key Club l, 2, 35 Tennis Club l, 2, 35
Swim Teom l, 2, Copt, 35 F-Club 2, 35 AFS 2 if 3
Sounds in Space 3.
, 35 Tontoro Sic 5
"Hank" general always changing hates brownies
likes walking to the office.
f'Luana" . .. business pet peeve: her brother plans to
be a good beautician and wife.
"Jan" general Navy likes cars quiet but fun
A.V. l, 2, 35 Vorsity Wrestling 3.
"Donna" business . . . wants to be a beautician excel-
lent seamstress "That's great!"
Chorus l, 2 35 Office Help 3.
"Tuffy" general teachers car playing guitar
in a band blue eyes and brown hair "Where is she?"
"Grace" ... business ... bowling ... Tim ... hates rude
people . .. Mr. Strunk's secretary.
Student Council l, 2, 35 Office Help 2, 35 Bowling 2.
CALVEN GEORGE BLODGETT
" al" general Hello der! who's Lillian-I wonder!
"Pat" business hates rude people enjoys school
.. "Ask me if I care."
ibrcry Aide 'l.
KATH LEEN B RANCATO
'Kathy" business prizes her car hates two-faced
eople . . . to marry somebody rich.
and 2, 3.
"Gwen" college always smiling, seldom sad "To
thine own self be true" loves to sing and dance.
Attended school in Louisiana 'lg Newspaper Staff lg Library Club I:
French Club 37 Ski Club 3.
"Lene" business "Dear Diary" "Mercy!"
Strike! . . . likes to dance.
Attended school in Alabama I, Art Club lg History Club I, Spanish
Club 'lg G.A.A. 'lg Ski Club 3.
PRISCILLA MARY BROWN
"Pam" . .. college German skiing tall, willowy
.. . NYC . . . big worels, long sentences . . . writing.
Drcmatics Club I, 2, French Club, I, 2, 3, G.A.A. Ig Ski Club l, 2,
President 3, Tcnager I, News Editor 2, Feature Editor 3, German Club
37 Keyettes 2, 35 Amphora 2, 3, Student Faculty Advisory Board 2,
Student Court 2, Norwich Bulletin reporter 2, 3.
See? It says right here-drafting-an airing out. There's nothing
about the Selective Service.
BETTY ANN BRYANT
"Betty Ann" business hates cheaters sports .,
quiet tape recorder.
Spanish Club I.
SANDRA KATHRYN BRYTE
"Sandy" college Look Out Europe! JHY
hour watch kindness plus Ist Heute Spieltag?
German Club I, 2, 3, Library Club I, 2, Foreign Relations, Secretory 2
Sounds in Space 3, Ski Club 3, Tantara 3.
"Gail" college waltzes gently through life music
French Club I, 2, 3, Torrager Representative I, 27 Ski Club 2, Chorus
2, 3, Choir 3.
SIDNEY PAUL BUTTERMORE
"Sid" college pet peeve-sophomores dishpan
hands! ... wicked . ., swims like a fish.
Band I, 2, 37 A. V. I, 27 Stage Crew I, 2, 3, Judo I, Swimming Teorn
2, 3, T A R 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3.
"Rich" college His quiet ways add to his dignity and
win the respect of his classmates smiling.
,"Shirl" business here comes the bride future
authoress likes to set hair.
"Val" business quiet and friendly wants to be
a success in all she attempts.
Dromatics 2, 3.
GARY CHARLES BURFOOT
"Gary" college quickly come, quickly go I945
a good year for ieeps ... I968 Olympic Star?
Tanager I, Sports Editor 2, 35 Key Club I, 2, 3, F-Club I 2 President
3, Cross Country I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3.
'Jo" business likes to knit, meet new people quiet
nd conservative Bill."
"Yvonne" business secretary hates dieting .,
aroIyn" college That's tough .. .friendly towards all
. likes to play tennis future Jenny Lind?"
ina" business dislikes gossips ,.. enioys sewing
rives on friendship."
"Dave" college studious prizes letter F for Foot-
ball . . . loves sports . . . friendly."
.l.V. Football 'ly Varsity Football 2, 35 F-Club 2, Vice-President 3.
"Carb or Hey you" college his batman utility belt?
hates homework "Holy Jumpin' Jimity Crickets!"
Judo Club 'l, 2, 37 F-Club 2, 3.
college is dying to become
a mortician . . . get
gener l XKE cars "Come on, let's go.
"Big John" general could stay in school forever? ,,
"When nature calls you must answer."
.l.V. Basketball l, 2.
"Eppie" college music wants to be a first class
engineer .. . always keeps his "cool".
to be a
"Pathee" college .. . her Wishnik doll "Golleei
. . . wants to be a lab technician . . . "Pretty Flamingo."
Attended school in Peurto Rico l, 21 Varsity Cheerleader 'l, 2, C:
27 National Honor Society 'l, 2, 3g Spanish Club lg Girls' Basketball
tain lg Class Secretary 2, Tcnager Representative 3,
"Corrie" college lots of school spirit or:
"dumb blonde" . . . avid seamstress.
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, G.A,A. 'l, 2, 3, Student Council 27 J.V. Cheering
Varsity Cheering 3, French Club 27 Chorus 2, 3.
"Betty" business quiet, good-natured IBM school
... car keys and license ... water sports.
D,E.C.A. 2, Office Help 3, Guidance Help 3.
Ti its V' A '
atffwrfwi ix mp
Iicky" college "You can't win an argument"
nior Geometry Class? Ah so, Ping Pong! mis-
:matics I, 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, National Thespian Society 2, 3g
R 3, Ski Club 3, Chorus 37 German 3, Wrestling 3.
tue" ... business ... joyful ... Bob .. . won't walk far ...
cretary-to-be "terrible" smile for everyone.
orus 2, 37
Mongolian Bee-Bop" general cars and parties ..
fliff" general yellow bicycle builds model cars
. plays the organ.
:lice Help 2, 3, Junior Achievement. 25
"Chip" college guitar wants to be happy
always laughing is interested in everything.
Band I, 27 Glee Club 2, 3, Swimming 3.
"Pat" business shy 8K cheerful . ,. trampoline a
silver I D bracelet ambition: hairdresser.
Chorus 27 Bowling 2.
"John" general likes cars haunts "Snack Snack'
enioys classical music sparkling eyes.
"Dave" college wants to graduate . .. quiet, easy
going guy . .. likes cars.
Band I, Orchestra I,
"Ali" general teachers and marks water skiing
and boys loveable, lout full of mischief.
"Dick" general his patchwork car "So what else
is new?" . .. likes to play tennis.
l French Club lg Ski Club 2, 3, D,E,C.A. 3, Tennis Club 2, 3, Bowling 'lg
Student Council 3.
"Dave" business VW and Bluff Point Camera
Shop MGB Sue
"Joe" college "A big kid took my homework"
"What library rules?" Zipperhead.
Audio Visual I, 2, 3, French Club 'ly German Club 2, 3, Student Council
I, 2, Key Club 3.
"Peggy" business USN prized possession-hei
car ... hates teachers.
"Buddy" business wooden carving Green Beret:
active, friendly psychology.
Judo l, 2, 37 Dramctics Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 37 D.E.C,A. 2, 3
Chess Club 3, Cross Country 3.
, N: 5
GENTRY JACOB COOKE
"Gent" . .. college . .. ivory Hannibal numismatist
"All the worlds a stage." Future Senator Dodd.
Dramatics I, 2, 37 French Club I, 2, 3, Student Council lg Sounds in
Space 37 German Club 37 Ski Club 3.
"Don" college future marine biologist sailing and
scuba diving enthusiast.
lissy" general L.P.N. "y'all" A tiny Texan
th big ideas.
ld Jackets 'l, 25 Hospital Aide Eg Attended school in Garland, Texas
LYN DA COTTON
fn" college future Clara Barton remembered as
2 girl who gave Mr. Rinoski ulcers.
ior Achievement 27 Chorus 3.
l FRANK CRANDALL
rank" general likes to make money Prizes his '57
levy . .. future Charles Atlas.
glo Club l.
L KATHLEEN CROTEAU
.rotosoa" ... business hairdresser . .. dimples hope
est pet peeve-school.
' i vi... -" .
"The Reverend" College . .. Ta be a surgeon dislikes
Volkswagens ... Chemistry
Previously attended school in Japan, Student Council Representative 'l,
Class Vice President 2.
"Goob" College be important in own way car
... sailing and skiing.
A,V. l, 2, Football l.
"Harold" general "Yes, Mr. President." cars ..
Crass-Country 1, 2, 3g Track 1,
"Debbie" ... college ... good-luck penny .. . quiet . .
future Ben Casey?
Future Nurses Club 'ly Chorus 2, 37 Dramatics Club 2,
'Slow and steady wins the race."
French Club l, 35 Bond 1, 27 Chorus l, 3.
"George" college Degree in forestry pet-peeve-
English Literature .. . witty sometimes charming . , . intellec-
tual loves astronomy and photography.
Judo Club l, 2, 37
"Sweepy" general amusing friendly prize
charm bracelet . .. hates rumor spreaders .. . hairdresser.
EDWARD JOSEPH DAVIS
"Ed" college engineer prizes tenor sax love
music and drafting indescribable "I'm not an every
body, but l'rn a somebody.
Bond 'l, 2.
Nora" .. . college missionary sincere, thoughtful
Good grief, Charlie Brown!"
JOSEPH J. DESIMONE, JR.
"Joe" general draftsman girl and car lovable
... six feet tall ... grey eyes . .. "Hi Slim."
"Dimples" college future Liberace pink footbal
.sweater . .. jolly . . . couldn't ask for a better friend.
Dance Bond 'lp Orchestra l, 2, 3g All-Eastern Connecticut Orchestra I, 2
37 Art Club ly French Club l, 2, 3g Foreign Relations Club 2g Futun
Nlurses Club 37
arry" college bowling, archery a draft dodger?
. a future Hugh Hefner?
larry" business the music world waits for him ..
aulous guitarist long hair.
lrabby" college busy, busy, busy "Buy your
nager" Fitch enthusiast friendly Mr. Pearson.
ident Council I, 2, 3, Tonoger I, 2, Editor-inAChief 3, Amphora I, 2,
French Club I, 2, Secretary 37 Drarnotics I, 2, GAA 'ly Pep Squad 'lp
urel Girls State 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 2,
:retoiy 3, Keyettes 2, 3, Sounds in Space 3, Ski Club 3.
!amona" general friendly hates homework ..
,es sports wants to be remembered as herself.
wling 2, Chorus 3.
"Maude" business modest? wants to be a beach
bum . . . likes lunch.
Spanish Club I.
"Beth" college future Elizabeth Barrett Browning ..
needs a dictionary "Oh, well!" mono.
Dromatics 'Ig Foreign Policy I, Chorus I, Tonoger 3, Future Nurses 3.
"Dan" college prizes his cow-hide pants pet
peeve is school tennis, girls, and, of course, fun.
Chess Club 'lg Debating Club I, Judo Club I, Student Council 35 French
PAUL A. DUFILIE
"Duf" college draftsman collects stamps .
sm Y! I pole vaulting . . . nice guy to know.
Track 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, Cross Country 3, French Club 3.
"Life is a great bundle of little things."
"Carrie" ... college .. . determined ... Marionettes . . .
concerned about others "God made the fly and forgot to
tell us why."
Dromctics Club 'l, 2, 3, UN Club lg Bowling lg French Club 3, Art
Club President 37 Office Help 35 TAR 3, Tonoger 3.
"Brother Fox" general general puppy "belle"
HH I H -
were a carpenter ... happiness.
Football 2, 3,
DEBRA JANE ELKINS
"Debbie" college Haiku loquacious "The
South will Rise Again."
Spanish Club i, 2, German Club 2, 3, Drcmatics Club 2, Future Nurses
PIERRE A. DUFILIE
"Peter" college wants to be a chemical engineer .
prizes life chemistry and electronics.
Chorus 2, Chess Club, President 3, Tennis 3.
"Above the cloud with its shadow is the star with its ligl
ants to go to college .. . prizes h
car . . . tennis and bowling ... happy and intelligent ..
Student Council 2, 3, Book Store 2, 37 GAA 2, 35 Poiomc Game 2.
"Eky" college . .. ambition to be a psychiatrist . .. lots 1
school spirit .. . trustworthy . . . Really?
Tonoger Representative lg Drcmotics 3, Ski Club 3.
"Eddy" . .. business . .. w
Bean" general cars 82 girls "What do you think
is is, your Birthday or something?"
Diane" business ambition: hairdresser likes to
ance prized possession: her clog.
LINDA MAE ENGLISH
"Linda" . .. college critical and serious .. . The Prophet
"To learn enough about myself to be able to teach others.
Debating l, 2, Co-Captain 3, Tcnager I, 2, 3, AFS 2, 3- Latin Club 2 3
Amphoru 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, German CIub'2, 3.
"Dick" college prizes his iudo gi hates filling
blanks "Who wants to be remembered?"
Judo Club I, 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, F-Club 2, 37
.ife is but a little work and a little pIay."
FRANK EUGENE EWING, JR.
frank" . . . college . . . 6:00 a.m ..,. drums . . . a desk iob and
money . . . moody.
:anish Club I, Band
"Miguel" college chess fan hates women in politics
would like to live to be 120.
Football I, 2, Chess Club 3, Amphora 3,
WILLIAM G. FISH, JR.
"Bill" college a scholar taper-flex slalom ski
dislikes the English language wants to be free.
Cross Country I, 2, 3, Track I, 2 3,
"Dave" college wants to enjoy life the family
Chess Club 2, 3, Tontora 3.
car . . . iudo.
Judo l, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3,
"Barbara" college prizes her purple pen, cemeteries?
. . .loves to swim, knit . .. friendly to all.
Keyettes I, 2, 3, French Club 'l, 2, 3, Dramatics 'l, 2, 3, Tonager 'l, 2,
News Editor 3, AFS 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, Treasurer 3,
Amphora 2, 3, Laurel Girls Stove 2.
CLAIRE DARLENE FOX
"Foxie" love that yellow T-Bird longs to travel
digs California to be truly happy is the height of all evil.
Keyettes 'l, 2, 3, Student Council I, AFS 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Sounds in
Space 3, Junior Class Vice-President 2, Tanager Representative 'I,
"Joanne" business prizes friendship enioys dar
ing ... likes to have fun
Chorus I, 2, 3,
"Fearn" college George Washington Pigtail
happiness above everything dislikes fakes.
Junior Achievement 2, Ski Club I, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Keyeltes 2
Spanish Club 2, Student Council 3, Tontora Staff 3, Sounds in Space
"Carol" college "l lose my head, but never my cool
... enioys short stories
... loves life.
Spanish Club 'l, 2, Chorus 3.
"Sandy" business wants to graduate with honors
6:00 a.m. "Go-Away."
D,E.C.A. 2, Office Help 3.
2 , . I
ickie" business skiing "g
1g ... future secretary.
i.A, lg French Club lp Ski Club 3.
,ro'y" college prizes her contact lenses sin
. f'How's your mother?" comical.
Club l ' 2 i 1 - - -
ol" hates swim-
nch , 2, 37 Ski Club l, 2, 3 Tcnogerl 2 GAA 'l, 2
itoro 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Student Council 'lp Sounds in Spacey
imotics Club 3.
log" college a real student quiet, shy
Lilence is golden, but who wants to be rich?"
lift" general interested in cars quiet
rn: to be a naval officer easy-going person.
:ss Country lg F Club l, 2, 3.
"Nixy" college ambition: pathologist teases Margo
. .. practical joker ... T.T.F.N.
"Nut" business hates nosey people secretary ..
prized possession, princess telephone.
D,E,C.A. 2, 3.
'1Sherry" college "Ambush" a vivacious, 'Fun-
loving blonde swimming "Sorry about that."
JUDITH ANN GILLEN
"Judy" college sometimes friendly, sometimes shy
.. . the Barn ... one of the, "Fitch Crowd".
Ski Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, 3, German Club,
3, Keyettes 3g Sounds in Space 3,
"Gonzy" college Coast Guard Officer quiet
hates people always mispronouncing his name."
"DOn" college Suziki scrambler
remembered as sleepy "BYOB" I
Swim Team I, 2, 3, Key Club 35 F Club 3, Ski Clu
"Lee" college I953 Chevy
English lit . . . stock-car races.
Bond I, 2, 3. 1
... Head Comps
draftsman . . . hates
"Tim" general "Surfer Joe" president of Ford Motc
Company? .. . dislikes Chevys."
GLORIA JEAN GIPSON
"Gigi" college ambition: to win a Nobel Prize ..
"Heck, I don't know." mounted baby iumping mouse."
Dromotics Club I, 2, 3, Bible Club lp National Honor Society 2, 3, New
tonion Sociely 2, Tcmcger 3.
"Laughter is my obiect, 'tis a property in man essential to hi
"A man is but what he knoweth."
Aigner hairband enioys reading, music friendly smile
Pep Club I, Chorus I.
"Artie" college minister sailing, architecture ..
"God's in His Heaven-AIl's right with the world."
'Bruce" college Da Cat surfing
Iwim Team I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3.
'Herm" . . . college . . . hates librarians .. .
Jrized possession: college acceptance papers
Basketball I, 2, 37 Basketball I, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, F Club 2, 37 German
:lub 2, 37 Key Club 2, Executive Board 3.
"Gu" college likes sports .. . ambition: a good life ..
"nice try" . . . witty.
.I,V. Basketball I, J.V, Football 2, Varsity football 3, F Club 3.
KENNETH HAGAN JR.
things are difficult before they are easy."
"Irene" . .. college ambition: to be a registered nurse .. .
"Ken" college "no me diga" loves his car ..
"Professor" college "Big deaI!" sweet guy with
many friends hates to lose . .. reserved.
Band I7 Student Council I, 27 Swim Team 2, 37 Chess Club 3.
"Barb" college ...quiet Peanuts and Charlie Brown
aspiring authoress "everybody's good friend."
German Club I, 2, President 37 Drarnatics Club I, 2, 37 Tariager I, 3:
Ski Club 2, 37 Chorus 27 Amphora 2, 37 Foreign Relations 2, 37 Choir 37
Student Council 37 Sounds in Space 37 Keyettes 3.
DARIEN ANN HAMLIN
"Dar" business likes to read, paint has a pop art
collection .. . fuutre social worker "Really?"
Chorus I7 D.E.C.A. 37 G,A.A, 3.
"Chickie" college wants to be a librarian noisy a
a blue iay .. . "Hi group!"
Library Club, 'I7 Ski Club I, 37 Gerrnon Club 27 Foreign Relations Club 2
Dramatics 27 Girls' Chorus 2.
"Ted" general .. . quiet and shy always doing driver'
ed. . . . letter sweater . . . sports.
J.V. Football I7 Varsity Footboll I, 2, 37 Track I, 2, 37 F Club l, 2, 3
J.V, Basketball I7 Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3.
"Beauty is its own excuse for being."
MARY ELLEN HARRIS
"Mary" college , .. a talented seamstress wants to be
a good teacher "Rain on you!" her cat.
Spanish Club 27 A.F.S, 2, 37 German Club 3.
Glen" general future Allan Funt calm and easy
in ime is m ."
lik" college loves to dance would like to be
'Vork is work and must be done, and while I work I have
'almer" college friendly tenor sax, cool
othes . .. wants to be happy.
amctics Ig Band I, 2, 37 Chorus I, 2, Dance Bond 2, 35 Wrestling
am 2, Executive Council 2, Attended Waterford High I, 2.
"My idea of an agreeable person, is one who agrees with mel'
LOUISE MARIE HASSELMAN
"Louise" college philatelist "sweet vioIa" ..
wants to become a math teacher.
Orchestra I, 2, 3, All-Eastern Orchestra I, 3g German Club 3.
LESLIE ANN HERNANDEZ
"Candy" college friendly as can be likes to sail
future teacher lat Fitch?J 'A mal tiempo beuna cara!
Spanish Club I, 2, 37 Ski Club 3, German Club 3.
"Handsome is as handsome does."
Her voice was ever soft."
She practices the little known art of being happy."
From her eyes peeks an imp and an angel."
Rocket" general Love that Honda!
.. motorcycles ... a faithful R. P. A. Member.
1'Deb" .. business cheerful hates homework
keeps trying to sur
ay" .. business a computer programmer I
black book avid sports fan Do unto others befor
i ' 'V they do unto you
tovbe . .
"Lisle" college Duck Soup I friendly
fun skiing and sailing
Student C u cl rum
'oyce" business Jeff's ring hates childish people
. wants most of all to graduate.
i Club 27 Sounds in Space 3.
ue" business cheering sneakers, Tom's iealously
. easy to get along with cheery personality.
. Cheering l, 27 Keyettes l, 2, 37 French Club l, 37 Varsity Cheering
Ski Club 3, Tanager 3.
ANN MARGARET JONES
college loves to write winning smile . ..
ight you guys!"
d Kentucky Home School i, 27 Cheerleader l, 27 Student Council
L27 Service Club 'l, 27 Junior Class President, Tanager 37 French Club,
The Rose" . .. wants to teach bookkeeping granny shoes
.. always wears a smile "Life is only what you make
inior Achievement 27 Bowling Team 2, Library Aide 3,
"Alan" college shy until he knows you, then avid
skier wants to design a perfect house.
Key Club 2, 37 Audio Visual 27 Ski Club 3.
"Jess" general "We're in the Army now!" plays
a guitar . .. friendly sleeps in study hall.
"Skip" general hates saddle shoes on girls plans
to be a successful playboy!
"June" business sporty seamstress wants to be a
Spanish Club l, 27 Intramurals lg Future Nurses 2, 3.
CAROL ANNE KALLEY
"Carol" . . . business . . . horses, boats, friendly to everyone . . .
a little shy but always happy.
"Matt" college optimistic president Cwhy not?J
... enjoys music, dancing.
Spanish Club lg Office Help 3, Tennessee 2.
"Kathy" ... college ... sparkling ... gay ...
... library aid.
Future Nurses Club 2, President 3.
LYNNY JO KEAVENY
"Lynny" business hates spoiled people wants to
get marriedvwhen she's 21.
G.A.A. lg Bond l, 2, 3,
"Pete" general paisley? fun loving talkative
1951-it was a very good year.
Swim Team 2, 3, F Club 2, 3.
"Dan" general . .. cars wants to be a mechanic.
"Cherrie" . .. college . ., lots of school spirit loves Spanish
. .. prizes drivers license sweet, 'friendly smile Ledyard
Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, Keyettes 2, Vice President 35 German
Club 2, sec. 37 Dromotics 2, AFS 25 Student Council 2, Tcnonger,
"th ost" to be a
'ath " . . college .. .Iim's ring e m
y . .
od wife and mother.
:matics I, 2.
4ar" .. business 1965
Ford Galaxie gym teacher
. likes sports fun to be with dimples.
unds in Space 3.
etball 37 Softball 37 Volleyball 3, G.A.A. 3, President,
om" . .. college The
Rolling Stones .. . football
e sein" "Security is knowing Tom Koerner."
ee Club I, Key Club 'I, 2, 3, Historian 25 Football 'l, 2, 3, F Club
2, 3, Student Council 3, French Club 3, Sounds in Space 3.
Aiken college enthusiastic saving for a Mustang.
RALPH KENNEDY JR.
"R I h" . .. colle e . .. Dr. Spock? Don Juan
ap Q .
otball I, 2, 3, Track 2, 37 Dramatics Club 2, 3, Student Council 35
Key Club 37 F Club 3.
"Ed" general an officer in the Air Force boating,
"Kiv" college vibrant, friendly pixie likes piano
. .. undecided on ambition.
Latin Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, French Club 3.
"Sue" general nurse swimming hates people
who ask too many questions loveable "Swell!"
"Skip" general yellow racing stripe on his V.W.
future Arnie Palmer sense of humor.
Judo Club lg German Club 2.
"Rich" college values his 1965 Tantara tall and
sometimes serious . ., great sense of humor wants to be
a teacher . . . way-out poetry.
Debating 25 Dramatics 37 German Club 3.
"Woje" . .. music ... drums ... quiet . .. "Oh, really?"
... psychiatric aide.
BEVERLY LAN D
"Bev" business hates boys that are tardy shy
"Don" college "Why not?" the Barn '
trombonist friendly eat, eat, eat.
Key Club l, 2, 35 German Club l, 2, Glee Club ly Band l, 2,
Orchestra 2, 35 German Band 3.
BETTY LOU LAFON
"Thelma Lau" earrings bubbly and bouncing ..
Bingo? "Eat, drink, and be merry."
D.E.C.A. 2, 3.
"Bill" general pipefitter furry vests his cat
. . . boating.
LEE ELLEN LARSON
"Lee" college aspiring artist values her guitar
above all "The Group" "Right!" enthusiasm-plus.,
Spanish Club l, 2, Art Club 2, 3, Keyettes 2, 35 Dramatics Club 2, 37N
Tantara 35 Sounds in Space,
"Karen" business T.L. "Oh, brother!" likes
to bowl, sew ... happy and gay.
Bowling Club 35 G.A.A, 3.
"Jim" college philatelist great sense of humor
... friendly . .. an easy-going guy.
French Club l, 2, 35 German Club 2, 35 Chess Club 2, 3.
herie" college would much rather dance than dc
mework wants to be an airline hostess.
atl1y" business a bride she would like to be
witching smile her own car.
L SHARON LINDSEY
hari" general '55 Pontiac coin-operated per-
nality Johnny dislikes boys with long hair.
:rus 2, 3g D.E.C.A. 3.
andy" business beautiful blond hair future
cretary pet peeve: people???
lure Nurses' Club 21 Ski Club 2g French Club 2.
"Chris" college "Jack" '65 Buick shy and
quiet ... quite a draftsman.
DONNA LEE LEWIS
"Donna" . .. full of fun gossiping football and basket-
ball ... "Be cool!"
"Donna" business Good things come in small packages."
"Rich" . .. football .. . April . . . "Mr. Fitch" . ,. English
lots of pride.
Football 1, 2g Co-captain 31 Spanish Club I, F Club 2, 3, Key Club 35
Track ly Student Council 2, President 3.
"A pleasant face is a silent recommendation."
"Marg" business laughing, happy swimming and
surfing ... Bill ... IBM worker.
Ski Club 3.
KAREN MARIE LUSK
"Pris" college registered nurse brilliant, since
and friendly . . . "Montes semper Iiberant".
Attended Greot Mills High I, Future Homemckers of America lg Fren
Club lp Future Nurses Club 2, Vice-President 37 Latin Club 2, 37 Drarnoti
Club 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Tantara 3, Classes Editor.
"A little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the wise
Pat" college Dolphinettes
her Volkswagen ..
"Opportunity knocks only once" future professor?
Keyettes I, 2, 37 German Club I, 2, Ski Clu
Bond l, 27 Chorus 2, 37 Dramotics 3
ebby" . . . college Poor Sam! a bubbling personality
. "all things come to those who wait" . .. wants to become
dent Council 1,27 GAA 37 French Club l7 Lotin Club 27
yn" . . . business stewardess . .. hates Bob's driving
KATHLEEN MARY MCCARTHY
"Kathy" ,business wants to visit the Ponderosa
hates cupids enioys comfort of the South black
Office Help l7 Ski Club 2, 37 Tonoger 27 Sounds in Space 3
"Enioy when you can, and endure when you must."
"Susie" business teeny-tiny hates I-,er braces
SUIOYS 55V'9lf19 "Why worry?" friendly nut
Shortie" wants to be a nurse , .. a maiorette . .. serious
'td quiet ... "l couldn't say"
ursing Club 'I7 Girls Chorus 2, 37 Nurses Aid Program 37 Hospilol Pro-
Nick" college Honda!!! friendly "wicked
Dugh" ... likes to swim . .. "Band, tten-hut!"
and l, 2, 37 German Club 2, 37 Swim Team 2, 37 Pep Squad 27 Bond
rum Moior 37 Key Club 37 Ski Club 37 Sounds in Space 37 Dcnce Bond 3.
"Melanie" college Arabian mare Spain .. . is seek-
ing happiness ... Lotus . . .
Ski Club 3. Previously attended school in Spain.
"Ray" general very athletic quick tempered, but
nice ... "Swingin" ... real friend.
Football l, 2, 37 Track l, 2, 37 F Club l, 2, 35
Office Help 3.
"Lani" . . , business .. . loves to have fun dances . .. "oh
"Judy" business hates slow drivers .. . loves to dance
. . . a generous and true friend.
Spanish Club 'lg Tanuger Representative 1, 2, GAA lg Ski Club 2, 3:
DECA 2, 3.
"CaroI" business . . . quiet and friendly . . . likes to bowl
. . . ambition: hairdresser.
Office Help 37 Bowling 3.
DEBORAH IRENE MOORE
"Debbie" college fun-loving smile terrific arti:
. . . "live life to its fullest"
Amphorn 2, Art Editor 3, Drama Club 2, sec. 3, French Club 3.
"Patsy" . . . general . . . wants to become a hairdresser . . . coc
dancer ... loves her telephone.
general prizes his surfboard . drag races ..
"Donna" . . . college .. . long blonde hair . . . spirited . . . black
G.T.O. .. . "The Group" .. . Friendliness-plus . . . wants to
Keyettes I, 2, 37 Secretary 27 Dramatics Club I, 2, 37 Publicity Chairman
2, 37 Spanish Club I, 2, 37 Bond I, 2, 37 A.F.S, I, 2, 37 Student Council
l, 37 Tanlara 3, Advertising Edilar7 Sounds in Space 3.
"Jim" general electric guitar music future
John D. Rockefeller?
CARL E. NIELSEN JR.
"Buzz" college wants to attend college loves his
gun ... friend to many."
"Nik" . .. college .. . wants to be a member of the American
Diplomatic Service overseas memories of Montreal . . . tap-
dancing .. . typical teenager .. . "insane way of doing things
and getting things done."
Dramatics Club-Executive Board I, 2, 37 French Club l, 2, 37 Tonager
I, 2, 37 Girls' Basketball Intramurals 'I7 German Club 2, 37 Foreign Policy
27 Ski Club 2, 37 Tanager Represenarive 3.
"Donna" .. . business . . . bowling!! . . . "Sorry about that' . . .
"The eyes have it."
"Judy" college rotten, rotten, rotten . .. future Mrs
Vanderbilt? ... likes to sail, ski.
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A.F.S, l, 2, 3, Sk: Club 1, 3, Keyettes 1, 2, 7 G.A.A. , C orus 2,
French Club 2, 3, German Club 2, Foreign-Affairs Club 2, Tonager
3, lCirculotion editorl
"Craig" future Thomas Edison cars, stamps, and girl
"Rich" .. . college future naval officer baseball, record
collecting "The first one to accuse is the last one to admit."
"Sue" college shy school spirit elemental
teacher .. . likes to draw.
French Club 3, Office Help 3.
"Sunny people make cloudy days seem short."
Courtesy is the mark of a Gentleman."
Lin" business future Katherine Gibbs quiet but
'iendly . . . abhors homework.
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men."
Football I, 25 Track 1,37 Band 'l.
"Pinky" college hates men drivers completely
different . . . Micky Mouse ears? . . . collector.
Student Council 'lg Library Aide lg Bowling Team 2g Ski Club 35 G.A.A.
35 D.E.C.A. 2, 35 Chorus 3.
April" college beautiful smile a future Frank
ebating I, 35 Junior Class Treasurer 27 Student Council 2, 3, Treas-
rer 37 Keyettes 3,
"Mary" general wants to be married quiet and
shy ... easily embarrassed . .. bowling.
'AL FRED PETERSON
"Fred" .. . business . . . surfing prizes his car . . . wants to
"Birdie" . .. general . .. French poodle . .. pizza and grinders
. . . nursing.
Hospital 2, 3.
"B.J." . . .
business parakeet sports secretary
"Bill" general chats with the ladies "l'lI considi
the matter." . . . automobile mechanic.
"She goes her merry way."
"Dave" college prized possession: his concussion ..
Fitch's Dick Butkus . . . wants to graduate.
F Club I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 37 Ski Club I, 2, Spanisu
Club I, 2, Sounds in Space 3.
"Artie" . .. general .. . ice-skating sociable wants t
A.V. I, 2, 35
5 J.V. Football I.
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O Q yi "Sweet Pea" . .. general prizes her engagement ring . . .
W 6 loves boy friend to call her "Sweet Pea" .. . Friendly .. . "Good
I W things come in big boxes"
'Fumpkin" college an elementary school teacher ..
riendly smile . . . collects memoirs."
5.A.A, 27 French Club 2, 35 Choir 3
'Bill" college golfing PGA here I come is
vasher ,.. "That's life
5olf 2 3
"Dave" . . . general . . . '42 Chevy truck . . , easy going."
Bond I, 27 Truck I, 2, 37 Orchestra I, 2
"Dawn" freckles hates homework talkative ..
her "car" ... Are you for real?"
French Club I, 2, 39 Future Nurses I, 2g Ski Club 2g Drcmotics Club 2.
GLORIA SANTOS QUITUGUA
"Lola" . . , general nurse hates "wise cracks" quiet
personality "Education is the key to success"
Attended George Washington School activities: Students Council Alternate
"Wild Rabbitu college good-matured 1966 Mustang
,.. a future Felix Frankfurter."
Anne business values her gold glass piggy bank ..
Rich general blazer No, we're not kidding .
another Miss Guse or a Van Gogh
G.A.A. I, 2, 3,
Student Council Ig French Club 2, 3g Sounds in Space 37 Dramatics
"Man wants but Iittleg nor that little long."
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Sherman general likes bunnies famed lover .
"biggydeaI" ... Anne
J.V. Football 2
"Give me the quiet life."
Keith .. . general waterskiing never had a detention?
... values his fob ... happy
"Gray" . .. college wants to be both successful and happy
. .. hates know-it-all . .. collects stamps and coins . .. remem-
ber him as you want to.
German Club 2, 37 Dramatics 27 J. V, Basketball 2.
DONALD SAWICKI 5?
:or they can conquer who believe they can." f
Ed" .. . college .. . wants to be content in life .. . "Health
:ove wealth" . . . wants more time to eat.
Ind 'l, 2, 3.
"Rutcur" . . . general . . . hates being on time .. . prizes guitar
. . . "Have you seen Linda?"
"Bev" college "Can't fool me!" ambitious a
future C.P.A. . . . likes to bowl. A '
Band 'l, 2, 3.
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"Dusty" . . . college .. . "Rome wasn't built in a day" . . . New
Britain "machines" .. . "Grub",
J.V. Football ly F Club l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, German
Club 3, Chess Club 3.
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness."
SANDRA SCHMECH EL
"Sandy" .. . business .. . hates squeaky shoes . . . quiet . .
wants to do something worthwhile in life.
Future Nurses Club 2, 3.
"Peggy" college future Florence Nightingale
Bridgeport U. likes custom-made things.
Student Council I, 2g Spanish Club l, 2, President 3, Latin Club 2
Future Nurses Club 37 Kcyettes 3.
"Bob" general "My Girl" enioys skiing quiet.
"Rick" college future Ernie Pyle enjoys art
Judo 2, 3.
"Sue" college wants to travel counts calories
"Kansas Cit here I come" future Mar uant
y y Q .
French Club I, Spanish Club I, 2, Ski Club 3, Sounds in Space 37 Art
Service Club 3, treasurer 3.
"Narumie" college .. . Thai-English Dictionary hate
chocolate A,F.S. "Sawdee" a gentle friend ..
Keyettes 3, A.F.S. 3, Drarnatics Club 3g Student Council 3.
ANTOINETTE MARIE SLOCUM
"Toni" business sentimental, often carefree lovel
dancing and painting wants to be a model. ,
Distributive Education Club 2, 3, Office Help 3.
LAWRENCE EDWARD SMALL JR.
"Larry" general dislikes teachers who can't take ioke:
vociferous a can opener? always laughing.
Norwich Tech lg Football 2, Track 2, 3.
"Pat" business hates rainy days LPN talka
tive . .. "I want to be Bobby's girl!"
Bowling I, 2.
Shir!" business hates POD proiects quiet, shy
. "I don't know!"
wling 27 Dromoiics Club 2, Chorus 2.
JOHN GIBSON SOSMAN
Bib" desires the unattainable Martin guitar wants
be happy Ledyard Oak.
y Club 2, 3, Lotin Club 2, German Club 2, Vice President 3.
Duff" . . .
WAN DA J EAN STAFFORD
business enjoys being alone wants to
good homemaker prize pie baker.
WAYNE STAN HOPE
general Betty and his car "O.K., Mr.
one of the Logi boys likes to dance
"Robbie" ... college ... oceanographist ... moody . ..
freckles . .. driving . .. girls.
Swim team I, 2, 3, Key Club 27 Ski Club 2, 3, Gerrnori Club 3, Student
PAMELA JEAN SMITH
"Pam" college Teddy Bear piano never has
enough time winning smile.
Siudent Council I, Vice President 37 Drornotics 2, 3, French Club 3.
"Herk" college future Coach Butcher red wind-
breaker . .. hates term papers ...
Attended Washburn High School, Maine in Sophomore yeor. Soccer 'ly
Boseboll I, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, F-Club 3, Chess Club 3,
ALAN KENNETH SPEAR
"Fin" college "Hey P.R." likes To swim ..
future college graduate.
Swim team I, 2, 3, German Club I, 2, 37 Orchestra I, 2, AFS 2, 3.
"Lou" general a future Babe Ruth? friend of
many "Make those points, you gotta make those pointsl"
Baseball I, 2, 3, Football 2, 3.
"Be1s1' college "hates Lawrence Welk and P.O.D.
reports ... "Oh, yeah."
Band l, 2, Orchestra I, Guidance Office Help 3.
"Bet" . .. business business school her car swim-
"Sully" another Steve McQueen lifeguard motor-
cycle . .. black boots.
"Rose" general prize possession: her stuffed animali
. . . sweet.
RENEE MARIE THERESE ST. PIERRE
"Renee" college wants to become a marketing exper
likes ballet, modern iazz her class ring.
Future Nurses' Club I, 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 2, 3, French Club 2, 37 Sk
"Swede" college future Mr. Kelly dislikes home
work "honest" easy-going.
Cross-Country I, 2, 3, Track l, 3, F Club l, 2, 37 Key Club 2, 3
French Club 3, Tanlara Dramatics Club 3.
"Tricia" college future president of Bonwit. Tellerf
.. . "Hi y'allI"
Previously attended Northampton High School School newspaper, Bet!
Club, Dramatics Club Debating Team, At Fitch: Dramatics Club 3
French Club 3, D.E.C.A. 3.
PATRICIA ANN TEW
,tew" college wittily sarcastic swim team
usiast "Whoops" . .. strong stomach . .. Hazel!
cinish Club I, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, Tantcrra 3, French Club
unds in Space 37 Ski Club 3.
!Iark" general my girl aircraft and boats
:patient Iaveable,,charming "l only work here"
CA 2, 3,
Mike" college hates brown-nosers prized posses-
on-slide rule sarcastic Chem ll.
isketball I, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 35 Tanager 2, Tanrora 3,
DARLENE SUE TOURJEE
Darlene" college stuffed animals "Ferget it!"
.. wants to be a laboratory technician
lture Nurses I, 3, DECA 3, Library Club I, 2, 3, Drcimciics 2, 3,
irls Chorus 3.
BERNARD LEONARD TANSEY
"Bernie" college loyal stage crew manager "turn
on the lights!" takes a lot for "granted" his check
Stage Crew I, 2, 3, Dramatics I, 2, 3, Library I, 2, Thespian Society
2, 3, DECA 3, Office Help 3.
"E, T." general '63 Rambler hates to be teased
... "You gat it!" ... Bluff Point.
Basketball I, Chorus 2, 3, Guidance Office 3, DECA 3.
PAUL THOMAS JR.
"Fitt" college dislikes disorganization future
Ranger Andy ... "All or Nothing!"
Chess Club 3.
"Ang" business loves traveling on horseback
short and nice never quiet medical technician.
Bowling I, Keyettes 2, Junior Achievement 2, GAA 3, Sounds in Space
3, DECA 3, Ski Club 3.
MARK A. TRAVER
"Marc" general happy days are days of fun
bowling fan ... Trophies.
German Club 25 D.E.C,A. 3,
"Judy" business wants to be a VeTerinarian's assisi-
ant homework cares for pet racoons friendly
... "Can'1 win 'em all!"
MARY ELIZABETH TUTl'lll.l.
"Mary" . .. prizes her ring doesn'1 get along wi1h driver's
ed. interesfed in movies, books, singing.
ROBERT LOUIS UCCI
"Bob" college wanis To find happiness hates
clomineering women "cold, insincere, deceiving??"
Football 'ly Key Club 2, 37 Spanish Club 3g French Club 3g Sounds IH
Space 3g Tanlara 3.
"Tim" a irue individualisr future Benny Goodman ..
"I don't know-!" Boy Scouts Friendly's Ptevi.
Band T, 2, 3g Eastern Conn. All-Stale Band l, 2, 3,
ROGER TU RGEON
"Rog" college orange socks and shaggy black ves
popularly unknown data processor.
"The pleasure of life is according To the man that lives if, ani
not according To The work"
"Judy" prized possession-Central Regional Ring hate
cavities ... "Oh well!"
Latin Club l.
ilfred" college . .. pet peeve: New Britain "Machines"
"Success is only a matter ot luck-ask any failure."
cl 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Crass Country 1, 2, 37
ub I, 2, 3, Key Club 3.
fe college drums and football wonderful
ns to be a State Policeman
tboll 1, 2,Band1, Track 2, 3
WILLIAM VAN SLOT
ill" college blonde hair dislikes haircuts
Jer? ... Chevelle.
in Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Ski Club 3.
hen Beauty is its own excuse for being."
Cindy college remember Rheba! loves her guitar
... "The Group"
Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Drcmatics Pluyreading Committee Chairman 2, 3,
French Club 3g Tanager Representative 3
ALBERT VAN DYNE
"l slept, and dreamed that life was Beauty,
I woke, and found that life was Duty."
Dave general wants to run his own "business" .
Lynn . . . bad temper
Bowling 1, Basketball 1, Football 3, D.E.C.A. 3
Gail college a future secretary loves to have a
good time ... "what the where?"
Latin Club 2
K if--it .im
" LINDA WALKER
"WaIk" business prizes her cedar chest likes t
read . . . hates science.
Q-W gg GARY WALTERS
"Gary" "Forel" his class ring lots of class spiri
dv ,K ... future Mr. Beach?
Judo lg Student Council l, 2, 35 Spanish Club lg German Club 3,
"Kay" college musical ear courteous driver's
license is a great help pleasant smile.
Chorus 2, 35 Pep Club 2.
"Tom" general wants to visit Peyton Place hula-
hoop ... art . .. hates stupid girls.
"Janet" business "That's close!" E.K. will
make a good secretary likes to swim friendly.
Guidance Office Help 3.
FRANCIS WEHNER JR.
"Chuck" college . .. pensive oscilloscope elec-
tronics enthusiast "Anyone need a cat?"
Stage Crew 27 Band 37 Drama Club 3g T.A.R. 3.
"Vi" business happy-go-lucky writes letters ..
cute smile ... "one of many kinds."
Girls' Basketball lg D.E.C,A. 3,
"Janice" college prizes driver's license hate
homework fashion designer.
college hates defensive lineman wants to
a happy bum? his mouth-guard "No, l haven't
itbcll J.V. 17 Football Varsity 2, 37 German Club 37 F Club 37
'inkie" college hates questionnaires . .. Pete Welles
. fabulous musician 6'2", 205 lbs?
State Orchestra 37 Tar-itara 37 Track l, 2, 37 German Club 'l7 Band
stra l 2 3 Football 2 3- Honor Society 2, 37 Key Club
2, 3: Orche , . . , .
lg Boys State 27 All State Band 27 F-Club 2, 3.
"Mike" general P.E. teacher? "Could be" . .. a
'Fine player and good sport.
Basketball l, 2, 37 Football 2, 37 F Club l, 2, 3.
"Marilyn" business "To be truly happy is the highest
Ny goal of life" a solid gold statue in front of the school.
Keyettes l, 2, 37 Bowling l, 27 Band l, 2, Student Council lg Office
general enioys drive-ins wants to marry
. .. "Really??"
LELAND WILDES S
"Lee" college Rolls Royce Hub Cap long hair?
saddle shoes hates sixth period study and Mr, Parilla.
"Li" college "Really" hard to comprehend till
one gets to know him future Thoreau girls, girls,
French Club l, 2, 37 German Club 'l,7 Key Club l, 2, 37 Chess Club 'I7
Drumatics Club 2, 37 Debating 27 Treasurer 37 Ski Club 37 Swim Team
2, 37 Tantara 37 Sounds in Space 37 AFS 3
"Animal" business collects bells .. . dislikes over-
authoritative faculty ... culinary arts.
HOWARD WILLINGHAM '
"Pee-Wee" college another Ringo? . . . ride, Mustangs,
ride! ,. . a pierced ear? .. . kooky.
"Butch" general "valiant Volkswagen" mildf
tempered enioys sports,
"Hoyt" college U Conn hates crowded halls .
prized possession: his wallet.
Cross Country 2, 3.
"Windy" college future John Glenn? .. . hates snak
. . . Kurt ... "ReaIIy?"
Previously attended Crawford High School, San Diego, Chorus lg Califorr
Scholarship, San Diego Federation, All Eastern Connecticut Chorus 2,
T.A.R. 3, Dromatics Club 2, 3,
"Wolff" . ., college another Clara Barton? . . . enjoys music
. .. hates boys who crack their knuckles .. . "Right!"
Bond I, 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Future Nurses' Club 3,
Sounds in Space 3, Tantara 3, Organizations Editor.
"Woodsie" college "Guess what!" knobby knees
devine weekends .. . the only one who wore skies to the
Ski Club dance.
Ski Club 'I, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Tontarc 3, Sounds in Space 3,
TAGE N. WRIGHT
'age" achieve happiness college a smile for
Se not forgetful to entertain strangers for 1 reby some have
'nertained angels unaware."
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RAE LYNN CATRON
Che Senior .fwcuiive Board
Every class that enters Fitch, does so as a group of individuals, but in a very short time something hap-
pens. The individuals become a class, and though they maintain their individuality they are a part of the
whole. The things which make the whole are values for which the class chooses to strive, it is the degree of
achievement of these hopes that determines the success of the class and whether or not it is to be remem-
The success of the class of '67 stands for all to see and to remember. It would be simple enough to list
the firsts of our class and simply to rest on that, but we can carry ourselves beyond that. These achievements
can not be overlooked, but what is more important is the spirit of the class of '67, It will be remembered
that at times we were down, but always came back and were ready to take on more.
To have been a member of the class of '67 is something to be proud of. There are things that pass and
things that remain and the class of '67 is both of these. It is true that we must pass from Fitch upon gradua-
tion, but in a greater sense we are remaining. We remain in our memories and in our legend. For no matter
where we go we will be for all time part of the class of '67 .
But we will have passed into the other world and into another test. The world which we are entering
is one beset with troubles and common fears. It is up to us to continue to strive, with the same energy
and perseverance for our new goals. Whether we will maintain our efforts is to be seen only by the future.
For those who are interested we should declare our common goals now, so that when the time comes for
us to be iudged, it will be possible to measure our attainments against our aims. This is simple for it is to leave
the world better than we found it. How we are to do this, and the more limited or specific aims are to be
iudged by each of us as individuals.
For we each must realize that our personal goals may not be those of our neighbors. This realization is
to be the first step of our iourney, and we can all pray for the best.
We must not however forget what has gone before. We should remember our mistakes as well as our
successes and by doing so at least know what we should not do.
But on the whole our memories should be good ones. We can take pride in the fact that we have passed
through the three years at Fitch and are better for it.
Beyond that not much can be said except good luck.
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Chief advisor Mr. Peirce.
Secretary Sue Piazza Reads the minutes.
Senior Class Dress Up Day
3700 cans of Key Club Canned Goods Drive
Sale of Class Pins
Senior Boys vs. Girls Basketball Game
Senior Class Auction
Christmas Tree Sale
Senior Class Picnic
After Commencement Party
Senior Class Day
I STEVEN ANDERSON
A The citizens of Boys' and Girls' States are
chosen for their various citizenship and leader-
ship qualities. The purpose is to provide training as
students live together as self-governing and re-
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Because ot her outstanding qualities, Pamela
Jones was chosen by the Ann Warner Baily Chap-
ter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
as the recipient of their annual award.
PAMELA JON ES
51k 5 azdcrshzp Awards
The purpose of the Elk's Leadership Contest is to recognize and honor stu
dents who posses initiative, individuality, and have demonstrated a marked leader-
NORMA DRAB-First STEVE EMBRY-First COOKIE KOLNASKI-Second
EDWARD GARBATI-First STEVE EMBRY-Second LINDA ENGLlSH-Third
Huusch and 501716
The J. Warren Horton Award is given an-
nually to a senior who has attained a standard of
excellence in the study of science. The award is
presented by the Underwater Sound Laboratory
and consists of a certificate, a twenty-five dollar
savings bond, and an opportunity for summer ern-
ployment at the laboratory.
The Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science
Award consists of a bronze medal and a certificate.
The award is sponsored by the Bausch and Lomb
Scientific Company of Rochester, New York. Steve
is now eligible to compete for science scholar-
ships to the University of Rochester.
To all my friends,
To make friends, to share ideas, to learn the American way of life, to travel,
to improve my English, to tell you about my country-these were my desires for
my life in the U.S.A. before I came here. Then I did everything that I wanted dur-
ing 'rhe year in your country.
I have been very happy because of your help and good hospitality. I would
like to thank you all for everything. I am going back to my country to tell my
Thai friends about my wonderful and unforgettable experiences in the U.S.A., to
tell them about my American school and American friends. I hope that it will
bring good understanding and friendship to both our nations.
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Sieve in Germany
O YE PEOPLES OF THE EARTH
THEN AND ONLY THEN
SHALL YE HAVE PEACE."
SIE LEUTEN DER ERDE:
DANN UND NUR DANN
HABEN WIR DIE FRlEDE."
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My first thought on arriving in Germany was, "How different it all is!" The language was differ-
ent, the cars were different, the very countryside seemed different. It was rather unsettling to
stand in this place as an unknown, but then my German brother came and took me home.
lt was a wonderful experience to discover that Germans are human beings too!" This feel-
ing stayed with me from the North Sea to the French border to Bodenmais, a little town on the
Czechoslovakian border, and the whole time it was a sustaining force. I learned that people are
the same wherever they are. At times I was homesick, but then the people around me understood
l also saw some things that I couldn't comphehend such as the barbed wire which separated
West Germany and Communist Czechoslovakia, but even then l knew that the guards who were
patrolling the border were human beings like myself.
Then came the long trip back by ship with eight hundred other students some returning to
their homes and others coming to spend a year in American homes. There were eight hundred
A.F.S. students, from thirty different nations, but more important, there were eight hundred people
bound together by a common interest-A.F.S.
Now l am home again as a returnee, but the lessons of the summer are by no means forgotten.
I can remember, "Wie heisst diesesauf Deutsch?" CWhat is this in German?D, "Was machen wir
heute?" lWhat are we doing today?l, Mutti, Vati, Freund CMom, Dad, friendb, and certainly the
motto: "Walk together, talk together," and a promise of peace.
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c HOW THEY BURN!
How they burn, the massive planks.
Creating heated cheeks, moist palms and singed brows
In cheering clatter, sizzled cracklings bring new light
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For all to see how they burn so fiercely, so full of zest!
Cheers seeking glory, flames seeking . . .
See how they burn, the massive woods, and grasp night air
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As the lighted woods serve as candled wicks.
See wood that glows, sizzling ashes,
Cheerers leaping, aiming high
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7 East Hartford . . . .2
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22 St. Bernards .. . . l
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IOND ROW: Coach Wallace, M. Gianacopolas, C. Fender, D. Zuliani, R. Robarge, A. Eleazer, S. Kilpatrick, W. Scruggs, M. Valentine, M. Tidwell
C h W ll R G n R Clin en eel M Ba na, THIRD ROW: E. Davies, W. Greenleaf, B. Barber, J. McCarthy, B. Hunsacker, F. Garcia
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14 ST. Bernards . . . .22
6 Waterford . 6
24 Ledyard . . . - .30
24 New London .. - - 0
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26 Montville . . - -
Coaches Wallace and Wallin
Krfrzches ' Message
The credit belongs To The man who is actually in The
arena, whose face is marred by dusT and sweat and
Coaches Wallin and Wallace
Great team spirit '23
Valentine moves from behind
Ingram in C.D.C. meet
Sexfon our ahead
On Your Mark!
Hwzch iv Message asses
Nine years ago in The second year of cross-
counTry aT FiTch, our Team won The ConnecTi-
cuT STaTe Championship. This year's Team did,
Too. IT seems redundanr To sTress my pride
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add, iT Took TwenTy excepTionally TalenTed
and enThusiasTic boys To pass successfully
Through nine dual meeTs To field a group of
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ConnecTicuT cross-counTry Team. They have
cerTainly given The '67 Harriers a running
Presentations of Cross Country Awards
Tansey finishes sevenfh in C.D.C. mee?
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FRONT ROW: G. Sexton, G. Burfoot, D. Swenson, S. Anderson, R. Ingram, M. Tansey. SECOND ROW: P. Dufilie, V. DOYSEYI R 5'mm5
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15 East Hartford .
15 Weaver .....
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15 Hartford Public
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T5 Waterford . . .
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Won Eastern Sectional Championship
Won Connecticut Class L Championship
Won Connecticut Open Championship
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Coach Hunsinger explains team strategy
Tansey's iump shot
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Gary scores fwo for Fitch
Teddy pumps xt up
Mike out-rebounds New London
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IRST ROW: J. Greason, J. O'Reilly, M. Tansey, T. Hall, M. Whitaker, A. Sawyer, B. Mackey. SECOND ROW: Coach Hunsinger, S. Durham, E. Harvey
. Hoyt, A. Cote, T. Driscoll, K. Lecy. MISSING: M. Todd, G. Orkney, H. Griffin, U. Clark
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New Britain ...
East Hartford . . .
St. Bernard's . . .
Bulkeley . . .
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New London . . .
St. Thomas Moore
East Hartford . .
New Britain . . .
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Bulkeley . . .
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Alumni . . . . .
Won 3 Lost
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durch is' Message
It was a long season. We didn't have many
wins and two of them were last second squeakers,
but a great deal was accomplished. A special
thanks to Teddy Hall and Mike Whitaker, co-
captains, for their effort, leadership, and coopera-
tion, and a special note of gratitude to those sen-
ior boys who worked so hard to help the under-
classmen gain experience.
You were all gentlemen, and it was a pleas-
ure to be associated with you.
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At the starting blocks
Hruzch 19 Message
We were pleasantly surprised this year
to finish with a 10 and 6 season. The credit
must go to the entire squad for their hard
work and spirit. Depth was a factor, as many
of the meets were won by our boys taking a
few extra second and third places.
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Valentine, P. Brock, T. Foster, J. Viney
Bulkeley . .
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New London ..
GRADUATING SENIORS: George Davis, Alan Carbee, Dave Flaherty, Richard Ervin
Connecticut Siate Champions
Dave Holrls Alan with Ude Gatame CArmlockJ
A Year's Trophies
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Rich Ervin Uses Shoulder Wheel
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RONT ROW: D. Carbee, R. Ervin, A. Carbee, D. Flaherty, G. Davis, E. Freeman SECOND ROW: J. Graf, A. Harper, M. Olsen, S. Fast, D Simpson
l Hampe R. McCrae, F. Eddy THIRD ROW: Coach Johanssen, V. Barlowe, L. Heeder, J. Ashburner, D. Bryden, K. Castro, D. Robinson, R Barke M
voetz Coach Dempsky FOURTH ROW: M. MacLeod, T. Tarasevich, J. Peterson, D. Belcher, E. Vross, K. Richard, P. Dollard, A. Paret
Hvach is' Message
To win is the desire of all who compete in Judo, but all competitors cannot always be win-
ners: One must learn to be gracious in victory and a gentleman in defeat. But the desire to win
must never be extinguished, for to the true Judo player this desire is as to the very spark of life.
One may lose a match, but the desire to win must remain and grow ever stronger, lust as one must
meet and surmount those obstacles in life which determine if he is a loser . . . or a man.
Once again the Fitch Judo Team has lived up to the literal translation of its Oriental name,
Sae Ki-Kwan. As the team knows, Sae Ki-Kwan means "The First Team" or "The Number One
Team," and this year, as in the last three years, we are number one. At New Canaan High School
we won the State Team First Place trophy by a wide margin over a very powerful Yale University
Team, which placed second. Among place winners in tournaments this year were such repeat Sen-
ior varsity performers as Alan Carbee, David Flaherty, George Davis, and Juniors Vernly West, and
Edward Freeman, in the Brown Belt Division.
In the White Belt Division, Joel Graf, David Robinson, David Bryden, David Belcher, John Peter-
son, Patrick Dollard, Jim Ashbuner, and Frank Eddy, who are all Sophomores, will comprise our
future team. As in the past, Sae Ki-Kwan will be a power to be reckoned with again next year.
Coaches Dempsky and Johanssen
A Falcon Pin
Hvach 19 Message
I was very fortunate in having a fine
bunch of boys that were willing to Work
hard and enable usto havethe Hne sea-
son vve did. This year's team was made
up of mostly sophomores and juniors and
with another year of experience, I expect
them to do even better.
Tage Uses Half-Nelson On Opponent
Two points closer to victory
Steve gets the upper hand on his opponent
A practice workout
Mike in referee's hold
Bryan-in The "unlimited" class
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Captain Richard Lucas
Kennedy uses weight
Now, about that five dollars you owe me
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RONTAROW: L. Fichera, S. Giesing, R. Ward, S. Muchler, M. Faulkenberry. SECOND ROW: J. Lewis, T
OW: B. Barbour, B. Main, B. Barbour, R. Lucas, W. Welles, B. Kennedy, J. Rathke, Coach Wallin.
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And like Those waTers rushing
Among The wooden piers,
A flood of ThoughTs came o'er me
ThaT filled my eyes wiTh Tears.
For my hearT was hoT and resTless,
And my life was full of care,
And The burden laid upon me
Seemed greafer Than l could bear.
YeT whenever l cross The river
On iTs bridge wiTh wooden piers,
Like The odor of brine from The ocean
Comes The ThoughT of oTher years.
And l Think how many Thousands
Of care-encumbered men,
Each bearing his burden of sorrow,
Have crossed The bridge since Then.
I see The long procession
Sfill passing To and fro,
The young hearT hoT and resTless,
And The old subdued and slow!
And forever and forever,
As long as The river flows,
As long as The hearT has passions,
As long as life has woes.
-Henry w. Longfellow
FIRST ROW: Don LaCourse, B. Ahern, A. Pollard, J. Correria, J. Piazza, S. Buttermore SECOND ROW: B. Rogers, S. Embry, G. Orkney, B. Batemz
ROWI C. Carton, S. Piazza, Carol Rodgers, ROW ll C. Eddy, Joan Fazi, S. Fontaine, Grace Blanco, ROW Ill
Robert Burke, Neal Blue, Scott Clingenpeel
American Wald erzfivc Kvmmiftac'
OW 1: S. Embryg S. Andersonp C. Kendally N. Sirilurtg Miss Wheelerg Mr. Woitkiewiczg Mrs. Normang M. Goldg M. Lewis: S. Avery. ROW ll: B. Force
l. Bally S. Batesg G. Bertschg C. Kolnaskig E. Garbardig L. Larsong J. Norris, D. Mossy C. Wellesg ROW Ill J. Correirag B. Blaisdelg L. Williamsy A. Spear
Englishg M. Hayesg C. Rowley.
ROW I: Mrs. Clarkg K. Kayg K. Luskg C. Cardg ROW Il J. Freedman D. Tourieeg D. Templemang R. Sf. Pierre
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Delene Nelson, Mrs. Eames, advisor, Mrs. Pearson, advisorg Mr. Peirce, advisory ROW Il: S. Piazzag C. Kolnaskig S.
Bates, P. Jonesp S. Clingenpeelg ROW III: S. Embry, B.Mackeyy B. Ahern, D. Currierg G. Orkneyg B. Kennedy
FIRST ROW: Mary Lewis, Norma Drab, Janet Allen-co-editor, Linda English-co-editor, SECOND ROW: Barbara Ham, Debby Moore, Pam Brown,
Barbara Force, Mrs. Santangelo
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FIRST ROW: D. Tourjee, B. DeMi1t, C. Beeny, C. Hoibrook, C. Dahlgren, J. Harris SE : . , . g
Jones. M. Peningfon, S. Hensely, T. Bryant,
ROW I: B. Kennedy, B. Blaisdell, S. Anderson, D. Reed, C. Parks, H. Griffin, W. Rowe, E. Garbardi, A. Jenson, M. Nelson. ROW Il: R. Lucas, R. Kenned
D. Swenson, W. Wenk, J. Durham, P. Canning, G. Burfoot, M. Tansey, D. Gray, B. Mackey ROW Ill: C. Letz, G. Orkney, L. Williams, J. Correira, A
Sosman, R. Ucci, S. Embry, J. Valentine ROW lV: T. Koerner, T. Truman, D. LaCourse, N. MacDonald, S. Clingenpeel, M. Todd, N. Gianocopolis
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The resulis of The Key Club Canned Goods Drive
SEATED: Mr. Hermes, B. Kennedy, B. Ahern, Mr. Gagnon. STANDING: D. Reed, H. Griffin, B. Blaisdell K Carruthers S Anderson
The Key Club represents the dual ideas of service and
fellowship. School and community projects fulfill the ser-
vice portion, while such activities as basketball games, con-
ventions, and meetings help to encourage fellowship.
Membership in Key Club serves as a spring-board for
the development of its young men. Participate actively,
take on responsibility and initiative, get to know the other
members and the sponsoring Kiwanians and then growth
and increased maturity cannot help but result. This is the
aim and purpose ofthe Key Club.
ROW 1: Miss Stearn, P. Jones, C. Kendell, S. Avery, S. Bates. M. Lewis, N. Booth, S. Piazza, R. Sebastian, N. Sirilurt. ROW ll: P. Sexton, S. Rogers, .
Gillen, M. Hayes, N. Drab, J. Shafer, M. Hayes, K. Emery, S. Johnson, D. Squadrito, ROW Ill: M. Gold, M. Barber, B. Ham, A. Jones, C. Fox, B. Force
A. Patterson, M. Ball, P. Ketner, B. Durham, G. Bertsch, M. Wilbur, ROW IV: P. Creamer, C. Kolnaski, J. Dalton, M. Fearn, D. Moore, J. Norris, l
Critchfield, L. Larson, P. Brown, D. Moss, S. Motz
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The Keyette vs. The Key Club Basketball Game
ROW I: P. Jones, President, C. Kendall, Vice-President, ROW ll: M. Lewis, Junior Representative, S. Avery,
Secretary, ROW Ill: S. Piazza, Senior Representative, S. Bates, Treasurer
The year 1967 brought a new series of events for the Fitch Senior High
Keyettes. Our national project is to aid the migrant farmers of the United States.
ln addition we visit Seaside and the Oral School, as well as participate in a mail
call to Viet Nam. Once again the Keyettes challenged the Key Club to a thrilling
game of basketball, resulting in a sad defeat for the Keyettes, but nevertheless
the game was a tremendous success and fun for all.
Coat Check XQXQ
Carol Sing lyfilt
Bake Sale QNX A X
Refreshments for Christmas Dance Qi ,Q 0'
Seaside Basketball Game XXQ X XQTSXQEV-T
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Teacher Appreciation Day
Oral School Visits
Keyette Mail Call
ROW I Mr. James LaPietra, Peggy Sexton, Jimmy Winchester, Norman Bell K Miester Cindy Rowley Angela Castanza P Bourgeois Mercedes
Hayes D. Lyons. ROW ll: K. Holby, Dale Anderson, Gail Atchison, Nancy Roloff Linda Miles P Bifalco L Bove Marcia Ball Cherrie Kendall
Candy Hernandez. ROW Ill: K. Murphy, M. Pennington, G. Bayna, Bill Farnsworth Chris Letz Bob Ucci Denys Talavera Donna Moss
El Club Espanol has been, in years past, one
of the largest school organizations. The main goal
is to bring Spanish culture and customs to its
members through guest speakers and films.
Projects for the year included a bake sale
and profitable dance, "A Bit of Spain", in January.
The money raised wil be used to provide a S100
scholarship to a senior member of the club and a
banquet at the end of the year for the installation
of next year's officers
ROW I: C. Eddy, C. VanDuesen, P. Nickol, D. Moore, B. Tansey, D. Nelson M. Ball, P. Smith, D. Moss, C. Carton, ROW II K. Avery, K. Lusk, M
Lewis, C. Moore, R. Hasslemang J. Lewis, J. Maskellg P. Tankard, S. Olexyg C. Rowley. ROW Ill K. Manning, J. Harmon, D. Gordon, D. Behney, N
Barlow, B. Force, D. Magloccio, P. Kent, K. Reeves N. Checker, B. Atherton, M. Pennington, N. Sirilurf. ROW IV. G. Gibson, K. McCarty, R. Lewis,
Eugene Burke, B. Greenhalghg K. Hclbyg G. Ferris, C. Downing, L. Withee, R. Kennedy, ROW V: G. Cooke, N. Collins, D. Smith, L. Larson, R. Wehner,
L. Williams, D. Heman, C. Creamer, A. Yachovetskyg M. Mencer. ROW VI: J. Caron, B. Bateman, R. Becherer, F. Wehner, C. Webb, S. Motzf L. Whaler,
R. LaBoue, S. Bufrermoref J. Allanach
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ROW I: A. Conger, D. Touriee, S. Hutterman, B. Tansey, N. Collins, R. St. Pierre ROW Il: M. Rayburn, A. Slocum, A. Thompson, S. Ackley, L. Amonino
ROW III Mr. Pierce, J. Morne, S. Davis, M. Thaxton, M. Travers.
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ROSTER, S. Bates, Pam Brown, D. Behney, K. Bergerson, P. Durami, J. Francioci, G. Blanco, W. Greenleaf, R. Sims, B. Pruett, J. Crandall, G. Appicell
S. Sloner, Donna Skelton, P. Morre, D. Gordon, D. Freedman, J. Schulfz, L. Harris, J. Harrington, M. Biklen, V. Fales, C. Lefz, C. Cramer, S. Bryte, B
Ham, D. Hober, L. Jackson, M. Schefers, G. Crandell, S. Annino, K. McClarey, S. Lindler, P. Turgeon, E. Hopley, C. Pourich, N. MacDonald, G. Russel
M. Ball, D. Hemond, B. Durham, L. Stevens, L. Mason, D. Baranouski, F. DeLaura, G. Belyea, R. Small, K. Oliver, N. Collins, A. Wynne, W. Rowe, B
Bateman, M. Levenihal, D. Henderson, K. Riccardi, L. Nichols, G. Chipman, L. McFadden, J. Fleming, M. Wood, G. Messinia, J. Watts, G. Mol, E. Hey
niger, H. Heyniger, M. Fearn, P. Jones, K. Wood, J. Gillen, S. Slyder, P. Tew, S. Mackey, B. Mackey, C. Allen, J. Hand, S. Olexey, L. McGill, 3
Sadler, M. Jack, S. Rogers, R. Conklin, V. Rodgers, J. Wagner, P. Sharp, S. Canard, K. Driscoll, D. Maynard, S. Gardner, C. Trachtenberg, D. Robinson, .
Mofz, N. Drab, C. Kolanski, J. Fleming
STANDING: S. Mandell, Mr. Egan, J. Learned, E. Van Leer, R. Jones, P. Sinehoise, G. Sexton, M. Hayes. KNEELING: P. Duflie, M. Faulkenberry, E
Garbardi, T. Sullivan, N. Checker, B. Barber, N. Collins, B. Kennedy
ROW I A. Nicholsg C. Srreerg M. Kingg J. Lewisg R. Sebasfiang P. EagIesg K. LaVaIIeg C. Cariong J. I-Iarrisg C. Rowleyg ROW Ilg S. Kenrg M. Hayesp M.
Hayes, D. Eddyg A. Thompsong M. Fieldsg P. Griffing C. Ponrzg E. Blanchefig C. Godwin. ROW III P. Placeg K. McCarTyg D. Gordong J. Harmony D.
Behneyg P. Flemming, L. McFaddeng S. Piazzag W. Gipsong P. Schwanzg L. Masong N. Boorhg ROW IV: M. Garciag S. Cliftonf P. Jonesg L. Jacksony P
Creamery D. Ormsbyg T. Bryant, S. AndersongJ Nashg K. MurpI'1ygS. Rousseaug ROW V: B. Belierg C. Kolnaskig S. Mackeyg P. Leignerp K. Sprinkleg P
Kolnaskig G. Andersong S. Gardnerg J. Jonesg ROW VI L. Perryg L. Wifheeg D. Andersong V. Falesg M. Richardsong
ROW I C. Eddy, C. Moorep L. Whelan, B. Tanseyg D. Nelsong D. Mooreg ROW II: R. Weiner, F. Wehnerg R. Bechererg J. Lewisp J. Allanachy
ROW III D. Swensong N. Checkerg B. Greenhalghg R. Batemang N. Collins
ROW I: Mr. Egan, R. Lucas, P. Smith, S. Bates, A. Patterson, N. Drab, C. Rowley, R. Dunbar, P. Crumb, M. Hayes ROW II: M. Fields, P. Carasquillo
C Bishop, B. Ham, D. Lloyd, D. Wilcox, E. Sminkey, P. Creamer S. Piaza ROW Ill: P. Kent, M. Ball, S. Mackey, D. Miles, K. Manning, H Humpher
R Kennedy, T. O'Reilly, D. Arnold, M. Fearn, P. Brown ROW IV: G. Walters, D. Moss, C. Welles, S. Motz, T. Koerner, P. Monang
The Student Council This year set out almost
as a new organization. New officers had to be
elected and the S350 deficit left by last year's
council had to be dealt with. This was speedily
accomplished and the council was S200 in the
clear by the new year. To help accomplish this the
council held a book sale, a bake sale, and a pep
dance. The "Beat New London" ad was once again
sponsored by the council as were the class elec-
tions. The council will also sponsor a drive for
the boys in Viet Nam.
The council officers this year helped organ-
ize the Local Federation of Student Councils. This
organization is working to help bring these
schools together. The Student Council has once
again become a voice in our school, thanks to the
co-operation of the students and the administra-
Election of Class Officers
Election of Senior Executive Board
Beat New London Ads
Viet Nam Campaign
Donated Books to Salvation Army
Beat New London "Pep Dance"
Member of Local Federation of Student
School Colors Day
Student Council Scholarship for a Worthy
ROW I: R. Blaisdell, G. Burfoot, J. Allen, K. Lusk, N. Drab, S. Anderson, B. Force, L. English, P. Carasquillo, G. Gipson, G. Bertsch, ROW ll:
Mrs. Santangelo, W. Fish, A. Hale, K. Wolff, J. Valentine, M. Fearn, P. Welles, C. Welles, B. Kennedy, D. Moss, T. Koerner, M. Dimpsey, M.
Tansey, P. Tew, R. Lucas, D. Moore, T. Hall, ROW III: R. Sebastian, M. Lewis, P. Tankard, M. Ball, D. Currier, G. Cooke, L. Withee, C. Kendall,
B. Ham, S. Marquardt
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ROW I: S. Anderson, S. Lindler, S. Johnson, C. Street, C. Kolnaski, D. Capen, G. Burfoot, R. Lucas, D. Currier, S. Staub, S. Piazza, C. Carton, G.
MacRae. ROW Il: N. Gannon, W. Rowe, D. Flaherty, D. Carbee, R. Kennedy, W. Wenk, R. Blaisdell, G. Davis, V. West, A. Sawyer, T. Hall, H.
Griffin, D. Plasse, H. Willis, ROW lll: M. Tansey, E. Harvey, S. Withee, J. Valentine, A. Spear, P. Welles, M. Whittaker, T. Adams, A. Carbee, T.
Koerner, S. Clingingpeel, S. Embry, R. Erving, G. Sexton, K. Carruthers, D. Venditti, B. Kennedy
ROW I. T. Truman, M. Valentine, D. Shafer, G. Butcher, L. Miles, W. Wenk. ROW ll: D. Nickolson, G. Bertsch, D. Anderson, J. Lukeman, P. Simpson
K. Meister, D. Moss, C. Welles, J. Marshall, P. Howard, E. Steward, D. Solarz, R. Wilson. ROW lll: E. Persechino, J. Learned, J. Winchester, H
Simeon, B. Parker, F. Wehner, P. Jones, K. Wolff, L. Perry, L. Fichera, L. Keaveny, K. Brancato, L. Gray, B. Swanson, R. Robarge, A. Duplice, N. Mac
Donald, J. Valentine, ROW IV: J. Guerra, C. Webb, K. Belknap, C. Wenk, R. Hasselman, K. Michaud, R. Ward, S. Buttermore, T. Beebe, E. Schenk, K
Oliver, E. Van Leer, L. Wilson, D. LaCourse, Mr. Booth
J. Learned, L. Wilson, E. Stewart, R. Wilson, M. Valentine, D. Nickolson, A. Duplice, E. Schenk, J. Valentine, N.
MacDonald, J. Winchester, Mr. Booth
D. Nelson, C. Carton, E. Ralls, S. Piazza, D. Jackson, R. Merrit, C. Berry, B. Ham, P. Nickol, Mr. Booth. ROW Il S. Marquardt, K. Kay, K.
Bosco, C. Van Duesan, D. Blair, L. Withee, M. Mencer, K. Watrous, G. Burgess, N. Hodgeson, ROW III: B. Greenhalgh, F. Howard, B. Greenhalgh, J.
Ericson, M. Thaxfon, R. Stevens, W. Burdick, C. Webb, K. Richards, S. Smith, R. Chiapperini, D. Hamlin, N. Checker.
N. Sirilurf, C. Polard, L. Butler, D. Stewart, D. D'Amico, F. Conrad, B. Kent, D. Nelson, A. McClunnon, ROW ll: M. Fields, S. Chezbro, G. Burgess
B. Morill, K. Hensarling, D. Touriee, M. A. Biklin, F. Cowell, D. Baronowski, S. Ackley, N. Panek, Mr. Booth. ROW III: B. Hanes, C. Flowers, S. Davis,
D. Blain, M. Banning, S. Mofz, R. Schrachanski, C. Van Duesan, E. Antinino, R. Duarte, N. Dollard
ROW l: K. Richards, D. Ormsby, R. Dunbar, L. Hasselman, L. Harris, H. Rogers, D. Henderson, M. Dimpsey, S. Smith, ROW ll: Mr. Booth, C- WllS0f'l, B
Greenhall, R. Hassleman, L. Stevens, R. Erving
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ROW I: Mr. Woikiewicz, B. Ham, M. Gold, G. Sosman, M. Lewis, C. Kendall, L. English, C. Hernandez, E. Garbadi, D. Migliaccio. ROW Il: D.
Elkins, J. Allen, K. Manning, D. Gordon, K. Ricardi, N. Hodgeson, K. Kay, P. Griffin, K. Avey, P. Nickel. ROW lll E. Bourque, R. Wehner, G. Bertsch
W. Rowe, N. Checker, J. Rosseau, R. Atherton, J. Rannenberg, C. Sadler, L. McGill, M. Barber, J. Guillen, L. Hasselmann ROW IV: J. Corrirea, P. Brown,
K. Bergerson, J. Harrington, K. Welles, J. Durham, A. Sawyer, B. Hunsinger, H. Griffin, B. Mackey, R. Small, B. Greenhalgh ROW V: B. Kennedy,
G. Cooke, G. Walters, R. Bridges, R. Stephenson, N. McDonald, D. LaCourse, B. Blaisdell, ROW Vl: R. LaBoue, G. Russell, P. Welles, T. Truman, D.
Smith, S. Embry, J. Learned, W. Duerr, D. Oberg, G. Sexton
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ROW I: Mrs. Norman, N. Drab, J, Guilman, M. Hayes, M. Fields, P. Griffin, R. St. Pierre, S. Bega, S. Fusconi, A. Sosman, ROW ll: G. Burgess, S.
Norton, D. Squadrito, G. Williams, L. Mason, E. Rails, G. Briggs, A. Jones, J. Guillen, S. Anderson. ROW III: R. Sebastian, D. Arnsby, P. Kent, J.
Freedman, P. Tankard, C. VanDuesan, P. Jones, D. Heubert, B. Force, C. Eddy, D. Moore, G. McKenna, S. Handberry, L. Palmer, L. Harris, P. Nichol,
ROW IV: K. Sprinkle, M. Fearn, C. Kolnaski, M. Ross, M. Bicklin, G. Anderson, P. Kolnaski, B. Demitte, M. Galli, N. Booth, K. Bosco, G. Chipman
ROW V: P. Smith, P. Ketner, B. Durham, M. Leventhal, L. McFodden, V. Fales, L. Perry, C. Berry, C. Hall, J. Norris, K. Wolff, M. Dimpsey. ROW
VI: J. Dalton, A. Yachovetsky, J. Caron, K. Belknap, G. Lehner, D. Swenson, S. Clingingpeel, J. Watts, J. Learned, D. Heman, T. Koerner, L. Williams,
Le Cercle Francais has provided a time and
place for fellowship, proiects, and extracurricular veg '-
activities for members of the French classes this
year. The membership has increased and the stu-
dents were more active than ever. I hope next
year's club will be as fine as this year's.
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SEATED: Donna Moss-Advertising Editor, Bryan Kennedy-Editor-in-chief, Kathy Kolanski-Advertising Editor STANDING: Janet Allen-Activities
Editor, Pam Jones-Literary Editor, Karen Wolff-Organization Editor, Mary Fearn-Circulation Editor, Mike Todd-Sports Editor, Warren Wenk-Busi-
ness Manager, Karen Lusk-Class Editor
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Hunsinger, Bryan Kennedy, Janet Allen, Donna Moss, Karen
Warren Wenk, Steve Embry, Tom Koerner, Mike Todd, Lionel Williams, Bob Blaisdell, Dave Swenson, Bill Fish THlRD ROW: Sandy Bates, Marcia
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Lee Larson, Cookie Kolnaski, Mary Fearn, Pam Jones, Sandy Bryte, Judy Freedman, Ann Jones, at y oo
ROW I Norma Drab, Editor-in-Chief, Dianne Currier, Ass't Feature Editor, Sue Johnson, Typist, Barbara Force, News Editor, Gary Burfoot, Sports
Editor, ROW Il: Pam Brown, Feature Editor, Linda English, Exchange Editor,
Judy Norris, Circulation Editor, Mr. Pearson, Advisor, Steve Ebmry, Ass't
ROW I N. Drab, B. Force, S, Embry, G. Burfoot, P. Brown, D. Currier ROW ll A. Jones, G. Gibson, C.
Eddy, G. Bertsch, J. Norris, B. Maxon, M. Ball, C. Kendall, B. Ham. ROW Ill L. English, P. Nickol, M. Hayes,
B. Doyle, E. Garbati, K. Bosco, N. Booth, S. Johnson
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ffvmecoming I 966
HOMECOMING QUEEN-DIANNE CURRIER
FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAI NS-Rich Lucas
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Dianne is all smiles for an admiring audience.
Homecoming 1966 was the crowning
event of Fitch's most successful football sea-
son in four years. During the 1966 season,
Fitch was victorious for the second successive
year over New London High, its traditional
rival. The Homecoming Dance, with Miss
Dianne Currier reigning as its queen was a
fitting conclusion to a fine season.
Queen and Co-captain
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In one of The year's most exciting
moments, Wanda Lenfz, a member of last
year's senior court, crowns The new queen.
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Burn New London, burn!
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"The GYOUPHI Lee l-GVSOYL Donna MOSS, and ClndY Van Del-'Sen Gib Sosman and Alan Shelton entertain at the Hoofenany.
Guest composer and conductor, Mr. Ralph Herman:
The Exchange Concert attracted over 600 spectators.
Over the weekend of Marcl
10, ll and 12, Fitch played hos
to a group of students fron
Manhasset, Long Island. On Sat
urday evening, the Fitch band, ac
companiecl by the Manhasse
band, gave a concert which wa:
rated as one of the most success
ful events of the year.
Mr. Arthur Booth, Mr. Frank Scimonelli, soloist, Mr. Ralph Herman,
composer, And Mr. Ralph Chovinard, Manhasset conductor.
Mr. Scimonelli plays a coronet solo.
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Hey! I want a chance to shoot.
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The Ski Club Trip To Haysfack
Mounfain in Vermont was fun for all,
but was not without its casualties.
fabove and belowl. However, there
seern To be some compensations
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leg .. . Below, Rick is carried To the
bus as they begin The long 'rrip home.
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BLACK AND GRAY
When the Black and Gray run
We're going to win this game
And that's a sign,
We're going to fight, fight, fight
And let our names go down in
We're going to cheer, cheer,
AT every game,
Among the best you'll always
hear the name,
Among the best you'll always
hear the name,
ROBERT E. FITCH HIGH!
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"Score, team, score!"
Spirited circle. "For the Red and the Black"
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LIZ MASON JACKIE SCHAEFER
DONNA BROWN RENEE SEBASTIAN
SANDY BEGA ROSALIE DUNBAR
The Fitch J.V.'s in a display of talent.
Score, Team, Score!
Donna and Liz.
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Cool it, kids!
First Yale turned me down, then Harvard: if I don't get accepted at
M.I.T., this is going right into the left ventricle.
l'll trade you my Micky Mantle for your Don Drysdale.
I don't care if he did say it in Germany I don't want to hear that word
in my class again.
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l'll never figure out how to milk this snake!
"The Rape of the Lock"
nnual meeting of the Bryan Kennedy fan club. My God, the deadline was yesterday! "Pss1! 'look at Kaihy now.
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This is a heck of a way to punish a guy!
Watch 'em go for Burgerbits!
"The Stripper," Mr, Booth?
See these desks will hold Two Tons!!
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'94 "Sanc1us sanctorumf' Jump, iump Spot. See Spot lump.
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But Mary, I'm hungry! Why can't I eat my Iunchz?
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Let Hertz put you in the driver's seat!
59, 60 . .. Gee I'll never be able to count all the hairs on my
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According to my calculations, l've been dead for seven
Hear no evil, see no evil, EVIL.
Let's see . . . two parts gin, one part vermouth . . .
'here! l've really pulled the wool over the
nternal Revenue's eyes this year!
asdf asdf asdf asdf . . .
. . . And many of the Medici women poisoned their husbands. "Man Dies of Arsenic Poisoning
'98 O.K. Mrs. Caouetfe, you want Lou to pick up a loaf of bread and a dozen
eggs . .
The man a woman kisses back uses Binaca
see why they can't iust hire someone to fix the
In ten seconds-POOF!-I'II be a toad again.
And this year I promise a revision of the dress code.
And when Mr. Lupien siaris his motor-KABOOM!
And I always thought they reproduced by binary fission!
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Move it or lose it!
And then some big kid
Dianne, didn'f you fix that zipper yet?
What's new Pussycat?
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Yes Richard, you may be the president, but you still
have to pay.
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They should have told me it was the wrong goalposts.
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It says here there really is a Winchester Cathedral. '-
202 'Step 2: Bite through the skin till blood appears. How do l tell Mrs. K. that my finger's caught in the keys?
Taking a chance in Unit 6.
Mary Fearn relinquishes her crown to Kathy Wood.
Yeah fhat's my purse- What are you going to do about it? 5 Ai!
Who'd ever dream we were making book in the school library! Him, him!
anklets are nice, but I
ever catch on.
don't think the tie
"No, I'm afraid he won't buy me a new brief case-You should see his Moby Dick
I never could figure out this tongue-in-cheek literature
And then l said To Hitler, "The British will never go to
Doesn't this darn typewriter know how to spell?!
md l'm gonna flunk this one and this one and fsnickerj . ..
Soup de iour-Today it's bug soup.
And then the big bad wolf said . . .
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What do you mean "Parlez-vous das Deutsch?
I wonder where the action is this weekend.
They won't get my picture for the Tanfaral
Here's what I found in my soup . .
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Yes, I saw Mr. Vahey in the basketball game!
You must be kidding! Us buy a Tantaral?
Reflections from a goldenyear
inspire youth to hold their own
On muggy weathered plains
On tields of moss and quiescent sorrow
Near despair and brittle truths
Tiny rays ot golden days
Bring atresh new tears
Tears so full ot misty thoughts
Ot effort and time and wisdom all
Yes reflections ot this golden time
Inspire youth to brace again
For the new horizon on another
plane of time. -Ngrma Dwi,
ESTABLISHED I 928
Properiy Managemeni' Insurance
in AII Hs Phases
LOUIS LEVINE AGENCY
227 Sfafe Sireef, New London
HENDERSON REAL ESTATE
I4 Holmes Sireei
Murphy Poini-Mysiic, Conn.
On The Mysiic Easi' Shore
Congra+uIaI'ions +o The
Class of l967
RADwAY's DAIRY, INC.
DIVISION OF GUIDA-SIEBERT DAIRY
29 Jefferson Ave.
Groion New London
SHANNON MOTORS, INC.
UNIVERSAL FOOD STORES
79 Poquonnocl: Rd. Grofon
Pearl S+ree'I' Noank
Youth can make-that
dream come true with the H
Protected College Expense
Plan from S. '
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35 OFFICES . . . SERVING 24 CONNECTICUT COMMUNITIES
GARY 8. LARRY's CLAM BAR n
R+. I2 Grofon
9'Ju.a0 :Il s
nor uoss nAuauncgR5'5
Specializing in FRESH Fish .
And Ipswich Fresh Clams Compllcmenihs
Jumbo Hoi Dogs on BuHered
TOGSTSCI ROIIS Grofon New London
COMPLIMENTS TO THE
CLASS OF I967
58 Noanlc Road
"Good Food Since I923"
368 Rouie I2
Congraiulafions 'Io 'Ihe
Class of '67 From
HENNEL FURNITURE CO.
I33 Banlr Sf.
New London, Conn.
COMPLIMENTS OF A
Cleaners 8: Tailors
Plan-Crysfal Lake Rd. Branch-5I2 Thames Sf.
PALMER'S COVE MARINA
Small Boai' SI'orage
MOVING 81 STORAGE
New London, Conn.
Class of '67
"HOUSE OF TEE"
Fine Clo+hes for Women 84 Teens
Long Hill Rd., GroI'on, C+.
Best Wishes to the Class of l967
DEPENDABLE SERVICE FOR OVER 75 YEARS
All Forms of Personal and Business Insurance
Life ' Fire ' Aulo ' Heallh ' Boal's
I78 Bridge Sl'reel', Grolon 445-8157
I3 Masonic S'rreel', New Yorlc 442-0433
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LI NCOLN-MERCU RY
l55 Monlauk Ave. 442-4448
New London, Conn.
Roule I2 Gales Ferry
f Permanenf Wave Specialisls
f Hair Coloring Exper'l's
f Wig Care and Advice
Grofon Shoppers Mari'
2l Wesi' Main S+.
"Where else 'ro buy books buf
Complimen+s of Graduaiing Class
SEA PO RT FOOD
"Under fhe Aqueduc+"
36 Cufler S+.
ECONOMY Sc 8: I0c
28 Wesi Main S+.
CompIimen+s 'l'o fhe
Class of I9b7
II8 Fori' Hill Road
Besi' Wishes 'Io ihe Class of '67
THE FINISHING TOUCH
GEO. KEITH-Holmes Sf.
Complimeni' +o +I1e
Class of I967
"FLOWERS BY RALPH"
Pleasani' Valley Rd.
FO RT HILL PHARMACY
II6 For? Hill Rd.
536-6I66 Box 251 Noank
H. O. WILLIAMS OO. ' ' l
Old Mysfic, Conn.
SEAPORT SS Open 24 Hours I
Roufe 27, Mys+ic
MYSTIC MOTORS U -.1
Ing, Q S O Y Chrysler 0 Plymoufh 0 Valianf v Simca AC O S A 'gill
Top Qualify Used Cars ,Q AREA CODE 203
Ria. I Easf Side Mysiic 536'3'9' L T ,ll
15 WATER STREET MYSTIC, CONN. 06355
NEW LONDON FURNITURE STORE
4l Golden Sf.
Save af a Mufual Savings Bank
GROTON SAVINGS BANK SANTIN CHEVROLET
Bank Square Mysfic. Conn.
b8l Long Hill Rd. W. Broad Sf.
Grofon Pawcafuclc Complimenh of
Member FDIC Buicl:-Ponfiac
SERVICE INSTRUCTION AIR
REPAIRS SALVAGE STATION
AQUA SPORTS, INC. ComP,,men,s of
Rfe. I2 and Long Cove Rd.. Gales Ferry, Conn.
HYRUM B. MULLIKIN Masfer Diver
+o The gracluafing
class of '67
JOI'IN'S BARBER SHOP
Shopping Plaza 8 Barbers
Telephone JE'Iferson 6-3722
HEWITT WOODCRAFTERS. INC
Early American House
Cusfom Buil+ Furnifure-Repairing and Refinishing
Showrooms And Shop, Rie. I84, Old MysIic,Conn.
445-020 I Courleous
GROTON TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
Serving Gro+on-New London Area
E and C Eckholm ,Jupi,,,,,. M THE WRIGHT AGENCY
G"'I""' CI' Insurance Real Es+aI'e
LONG HILL CHEVRON
709 Long Hill Road
Bank Square, Myslic, Conn.
Of Eclucaiion and
ED'S GULF SERVICE
67I Long Hill Road
Grofon, Conn. Tel. 445-7842
Kifchen Ca bineis
ART'S TYDOL STATION
Old Mysfic Road
Residenfial Commercial Inclusirial
THE MURPHY COMPANY
C. J. PERKINS INC
Supplying a Trusled Bond Befween
'rhe Buyer and The Seller
Office Tel. 445-2431 Miliiary Hwy.
Grofon, Conn. 06340
MERRILL'S DECORATING 81 PAINT O
Home Decorafing Cenier
I93 Green Sf.
IOI4 Poquonnock Rd.
5 "BLUE RIBBON"
'V Home FINANCING
including OPEN-END mor-Igages wi+I'I
New London Federal
Savings has for 'rhiriy
years on ihe average paid
H16 l'Iigl1es'l' raI'e of re-
Iurns in 'I'I'Iis area
on insured savings.
PIC 'N PAY
0 Choice Meals
0 Fine Vegerables
0 Open Sundays
3 Roosevelf Ave.
"Cleaning of 'Ihe BeHer Kind"
I3-I5 COTTRELL STREET, MYSTIC, CONN.
Tel. JEfferson 6-823I
JOHN PAUL BARBERSHOP
Six Experi' Barbers al' Your Service
John P. Lasala I7I Bridgb Sfreei
GILMAN C. GUNN
81 SONS, INC.
Insurance and Real EsI'aI'e
79I Long Hill Road
Day: 445-74-II Nighf: 445-5509
CUSHMAN BURKE INC.
Sales and Service
Chrysler 0 PIymou+h 0 Valiani 0 Imperial
Shoes for Campus and Dress
JOHN ELION SHOES INC.
Grofon Shopping Plaza
THE CASUAL SHOP
Disfincfive Feminine Fashions
Main S+. Waferfall Shopping Grofon Shoppers
Nianiic Cenfer Mari
HAZEL I. MAIN
I5 Wes? Main Sfreei'
Saul Namlrin, B.S., Reg. Pharm.
I97 Thames Sfreef, Opp. Posi' Office
DeCAROLIS SHOE REPAIRING
450 Thames SI., Groion
Leafher Jaclreis Repaired Also Zippers,
Golf Shoes and Bags: Shoes Dyed
Air Condifioning PVIVUIU Bail'
PMN WINDSOR MOTEL T"""'5'
Rf. 95, Groion, Conn.
GIRARD ANTONIO, Propriefor
I Mile Easl of I'he Gold Sfar Bridge
STONE LEDGE ART GALLERY
Picfures for 'I'I1e Home
H. R. HILLERY COMPANY
59 High Sfreef-NOANK-Phone 536-78l3 E
Shoes for Eniire Family
28-32 Bank SI. New London, Conn.
SEASIDE MARKET SI1ee+ Me+aI and Roofing Confraciors
Grofon Long P+. Road
TEXACO PRODUCTS Open 8 A.M. 'Io 9 P.M.
RENALDI'S TEXACO STATION
Compieie Froni End Alignmenf
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Phone 445-5277 2 Shennecosseff Rd. Bes-f Wishes +0 1-he
NORM RENALDI, Prop. Grofon, Conn.
Class of '67
For Your Special Dining
Feafuring Young Men's Wear
Tuxedoes for Reni'
PIANO 81 ORGAN CO.
Sales and Service
RI. I84 Grofon
58 Bank S+. New London
ANDERSQN-LITTLE co. NELCQ
Manufadurers APPLIANCE-SEWING C-ENTER
For Men'Women'BoYs 36 Thames Sfree'I
Long Road GTOIOII, COYIHBCIICUI' 445-763I
Grofon, Conn. 06340 Repair On AII Makes of Sewing Machines
"Gro+on's CompIe+e Men's Shop
Grofon Shopping Plaza
I. HINKLE LACEY'S STUDIO
Diamonds-Wa'I'ches o Indus+riaI o Weddings
JeweIry-Giffs Commercial 0 Poriruifs
42 wen Main sneef ' CI"'d""
Mysfic Grofon Shopping Cenier-Nexf Io Benny's-Grofon, Co
FRANCIS ELECTRONICS, INC.
Hi-Fi 8: Elecironics Cenfer
LaFaye'H'e Radio Assoc. S'I'oro
565 Long Hill Road. Grofon
Fine Furniture is Affordable
64 Hunfingfon SI.
Grofon Shopping Plaza
Congrafulaiions Class of '67
Besf Wishes For Success
In 'rhe Fufure From
Real Es+a+e and Insurance
599 Poquonnoclc Rd.. Grofon, Conn.
Chris-Craff Boafs 536-968I
SEAPORT MARINE, INC.
25 Ton TraveIi'F'I' 0 Sforage 0 Marina
CompIimen'I's of 'Ihe
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"STEAK 8: SUNDAE SHoFPEs"
The Besf in Food 8: Ice Cream
BOTTLI NG CO.
New London, Inc.
Dairy Bar and Coffee Shop
505 Long Hill Road
Prescripfions Are The
I-Iear+ Of Our Business
Your Phofographic Cenfer
24 Wes'I' Main S+.
to the Graduating Class of
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C I' en'l's New London
Om lm "Q, ' '
Of Iifsbx ff . .
'S-:No ' " of Hairdressing
Iig ils 4 -'School of Skill'-
253 Sfale S+., NEW LONDON 443-7348 203
"Wlwere Losses Come Firsl"
LANDSCAPE SERVICE, INC.
Branch Offices 580 Sandy Hollow Road. Mysiic
In Specializing in Fine Lawn
Gr0l'0n Consiruclion 81 Mainlenance
New London Specializing in Sod
Radio and Television Appliances MACY'S BARBERSHOP
Telephone 536-7043 454 Thames 5+-
MYSTIC, CONN. 445-'209
Men, Women, and Children
Razor Cu'Is and Hairslyling by Appoinimenf
THAMES RIVER PRESS. INC.
334 Thames SI. 0 Grofon, Conn.
In Gro'I'on I'I"s
294 Mifchell S'I'reeI' . . . 445-5074
SCOTT'S LAWN PRODUCTS
TORO POWER EQUIPMENT
I69 Thames S+.. Grofon, Connec'Iicu'I'
CongraI'uIa'I'ions io fhe
Class of '67
I7 Kings Hwy.
Grofon Shopping Plaza
SLIFKIN 81 SON. HDWE.
Gro'I'on Shoppers Mari
Groion, Conn. 445-6789
Gro+on, Conn. 445-6500
ALAN MITCHELL GIIf.i'I11if.flfff+
Now Equipped WiI'h 32 '
A-2 Au+oma+ic PinseHers Complimenfs of
N. J. GORRA 8: BRO.
New London. Connecficuf
VISION TO REALITY
The idea of travel beneath the sea is as old as man. Yet,
the first practical submarine, the U. S. Navy's Holland, was built
only 67 years ago. Since the turn of the century the submarine
has gone from a crude vessel, representing more hope than
realization, to a nuclear powered wonder. Today, nuclear at-
tack submarines and nuclear Polaris tiring submarines, are
guarding freedom around the globe.
This came about because men with ideas were willing to
meet the challenge of changing vision to reality-a challenge
of hard work, readiness to learn and, above all, a desire to
move ahead with new ideas. Their success proved an old idea.
The future belongs to those who prepare for it.
Electric Boat Division
C. 8: L.-RADIO-TV-APPLIANCES
Sales 8: Service
405 Williams S+. Grown
New London Sl"0PPe"'5 MGH'
Tel. 442.9449 Tel. 445-0928
J. 81 G MARKET
Complefe Freezer Service
22I Thames S+. Groion
Complimenfs Io Class of '67
'Flavored in Flame'
42 Forl' Hill Rd.
Gro'I'on New London
DICK NEFF'S "49"
MYSTIC SPORTING GOODS
Complele Line of Spor'I'ing Goods
49 W. Main Sl. 536-7363
Fifch Senior High
223 S'Ia'Ie Sfreef
New London. Conn.
KERR'S MEN'S SHOP
I P P I I R I
' G E N C Y
Sales-Renfals Properly Managemeni'
Commercial and Induslrial
3I7 LONG HILL ROAD GROTON. CONN.
Our Teen Shop
Boy's Prep Deparlmeni'
770 Long Hill Rd.
Congrafularions, Class of '67
Very Personally Yours
Gracious Giving for Gracious Living
739 Long Hill Rd., Grofon, Conn.
The Fines? in China, Silver, Crysral and Gifrs
"A Belle-r Service lor You"
THE GROTON OPTICAL CO.
Groion Shoppers Mari
445-6362 F. P. CROOKS, Oplician
Groion Shopping Plaza
Bes'I Wishes +o 'Ihe
Class of '67
SHOPPER'S WASH 81 WAX
Grofon Shopping Plaza
Success to the Graduating Class
THE LES PARKS AGENCY
ZI4 Tlrames S+. Grolon, Conn.
Real Esl'al'e Sales and Managemenl'
2l2 Thames S+. Grolon, Conn.
Com plimenls of
ll7 Long Hill Road
CHAMPION SHOE REPAIR
36 W. Main S+., Mysfic
CHIPPEWA AND CROSBY SQUARE SHOES
Easlern Conne-c+icu'r's Largesl'
74 Shale S+. New London
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE AND
GENERAL FOOD STORES
OLE BROWN JUG
22 W. Main Slreef, Myslic
Business Men's Luncheons,
Homemade Pies. Pudding, Calres
OPEN DAILY 8-5: CLOSED SUNDAY
MYSTIC FLOOR COVERING CO.. INC.
40 Wesl Main Sfresl
Myslic, Conn. Tel. 536-2276
THAM ES PHARMACY
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CAR TOWN U.5-A-
The Finesf of Fine Used Cars
Boughl' 81 Sold
IOO'X, Wrillen Guaraniees
Easy Bank Terms
445-4435 Long Hill, Grolon
ASHAWOG RIVER MILLS
Long Hill Road Grolon, Conn.
Complele Line of Sea Food
Jig? f f, 97577 5 7
'NX ' Trum
1-Q- bull Airporf
5.11. BAILEY ' eraion. com-.
DON'S FLYING "A" STATION
Tires-Bafleries and Accessories
I82 Forf Hill Rd. Tel. 445-0050
I In 1.5
'7 f 'J
4 .D 3- 4..
The Dealer Everyone
Speaks Well of
ROGERS MOTORS INC.
Sales 8: Service
Top Qualify Used Cars
Body 8: Pain+ Worlc A Specially
939 Banlc SI. New London
Tel. 443-2844 COM'
FLOOR COVERING SERVICE
0 Commercial and Residenlial
o Free Esiimafes
I82 For? Hill Rd. Tel. 44
MYSTIC ICE 81 FUEL
Complimenk of New London Rd.
WALKER PLUMBING AND HEATING.
50 Forl' Hill Rd. Grofon
THE KELLEMS COMPANY, INC.
A Subsidiary of Harvey HubbeII, IncorporaI'ed
Cui Prices On Hi-Grade Carpeiing
Qualify Cosfs Less af
FURNITURE DISCOUNT VILLAGE
2I5 Thames S+., Groion, Conn.
Daily 9:I:8'f2:0o PM New EngIand's Finesi Yachi' Basin
Dial 445-8538 Sai. 9:30-5:30 PM
THE HEWES-SWEET OIL
Oil Burner Sales and Service
Tel. 445-7433-9I Thames SI.. Groion. Conn. 0
HaHeras Fiberglass YacI1'Is
Ven'Ion 8: Jersey Sea Skiffs
PAUL SZENHER WALLY PIASCIK
GROTON MUSIC STORE Everyihing for Your Boa+ing Needs.
AND SCHOOL S I
33 Fori' HiII Road . Qjfvice
445-8496 0 Dockage
Open I0 Io 6-Fri. Till s ' Hauling
vie Line of Musical Pianos-Privaie Ins'Iruc'I'ions
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Class of '67
STAFF AND EDITCRS
Consumer Products From
Divisions ond Subsidiaries
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
Barbasol Brushless Shave Cream
Barbasol Lafher Shave Cream
Regular Pacquins Hand Cream
Pacquins Hand Cream for Exira
Dry Slcin fred labell
Pacquins Anfi-Defergeni Hand
Cream lblue labeg
ManiMagic Cream uficle
Sill: 'n Saiin Lofion
Regular Ben-Gay lred lefleringl
Greaseless, Siainless Ben-Gay
Children's Ben-Gay lblue leheringl
Calmifol Oinlmeni "For anyfhing
Candelles Anfibiofic Troches
Coryban-D decongeslanl cold
Linodoxine-can be used as an
adjuncl lo o'rher dielary
measures 'ro help subsiilule
unsaluraled for saiuralecl 'fals
Terramycin Topical Oinfmeni'
Thermodenf Toolhpasfe 'For people
wilh sensilive leelh
Toclase Cough Syrup
Visine Eye Drops
for the worId's well-being
BABY CARE PRODUCTS
Desifin Bab Lolion
Desiiin Meicaied Nursery Powder
Desifin Cosmelic and Nursery
PRODUCTS FOR THE
A-C-M Fruif Saver
Limmiis, new dielary biscuil sold
Tri-Ban. ra'r and mouse killer for
use on Jrhe farm and in 'fha
FLOWER SHOP UURT I DLVER
20 W. Main Sfreef Q
Mystic, Conneclicul fiifffvi?
Floral Designers fly
- MARINE PAINTS '64
HVW., '-',.,, and VARNISHES O P L
' CLAIREIS QL' sALes a?:rSERVICE
291- QAM' '
in Myslic ef "6g
Complimenfs of ' M'F'G' ' Grumman HOMELITE
, ' 5'firCI'dfl' 0 Old Town Complefe Line of
ACKLEYS STORES , gigiwn , Lyman SMALL BOAT
- Thunderbird ' Formula HARDWARE
NSW London 348 Long Hill Road
Grofon New London 445-240I lkoule ll Gfolon
fo 'Ihe Class of '67
YOUR FRIENDS AT 980
"On Your Radio Dial"
M. COSTA 81 SON
Mohican Hofel Bldg.
LEADERSHIP SINCE 7792
AND TRUST COMPANY
Member F. D. I. C.
ESTABLISHED I 792
Grofon Shoppers Mari'
MYSTIC RIVER OFFICE
W. Main Sireef
963 Bank Sl.
"Gif-Is Thaf Las'l"'
BLISS JEWELTERS OF MYSTIC
I2 Easf Main Sfreel
FAMILY HOBBY CENTER. INC.
445-899I FRANK SCHEETZ
445- I 623
LONG HILL SUPERMARKET
505 Long Hill Road
Grofon, Conn. 445-2336
THE BURFOOT AGENCY
Fine Diamonds-Longines Waiches Insurance
W. H. BUHREN Tel' 5363443
I27 Bridge Si.
Grofon, Conn. Complimenis of
TGI- 445-4438 ARWOOD CORPORATION
Waich and Jewelry Repairing 839 Poquonnock Rd.
BERRY'S MYSTIC PHARMACY
I73 Main S+. Mysiic. Conn.
FASHION FABRIC CENTER
225 Sfafe Sheer New London. Conn.
Fruiis and Vegeiables in Season
C. 8: L.-RADIO-TV-APPLIANCES
Sales 8: Service
GROTON PET CENTER
l09I Poquonnoci Rd.
405 Williams Sf. GYOIOI1
New London Shopper-S Mad Grofon, Connecficui' 445-I854
Tel. 442-9449 Tel. 445-0928
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RAUB SPORTING GOODS
443-6I43 The Cottrell Lumber Company
26 Bank Sf.. New London MYSTIC. CONN.
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Malcolm M. Ellison, M.D.
Morlon Beclriclc, M.D.
lra Schwarl-z, O.D.
Peler C. Ross, D.D.S.
Frank J. Mclnlosh, Ally.
James A. Brennan Jr., A'H'y.
John C. O'Brien, Ally.
Slanley E. Kilfy 8:
James M. Hollisler, M.D.'s
Darwin M. Reed, D.D.S.
R. S. Gray, D.D.S.
Roberl' C. Leuba, Al-ly.
B. R. Force, M.D.
R. N. Taylor, M.D.
Daniel J. MacArl'hur, Ally.
D. G. Fales, D.D.S.
Lawrence A. Desillier, D.D.S
Max M. Shapiro, A'H'y.
Joseph C. Dembo, D.D.S.
John Walcim, D.D.S.
Sidney Axelrod, AH'y.
Roberl' McKeon, D.D.S.
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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Koerner
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Blanco
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Kolnaski
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendall Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Moss Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilmar Burgess
Cmdr. and Mrs. Philip B. Tankard
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fearn Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wolff Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Pafferson
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Embry
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andersqn
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wehner
Mr. and Mrs. Alberf W. Wells
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becherer
Mr. and Mrs. Emery E. Lucas
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Tew
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Sexfon
Mr. and Mrs. Dwighf E. Norris
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gillen
Mr. and Mrs. Roberf C. Eddy
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ball
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Carfon
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norfon
Rev. and Mrs. Richard L. VanDeusen
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hurley
Mr. and Mrs. Kennefh Blaisdell
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Freedman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sf. Pierre
Capf. and Mrs. Sfanley Smifh
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Ole P. Jensen
Mr. and Mrs William Mackey
Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Casfro Sr.
Mr. and Mrs M. E. Eckvall
Capf. and Mrs. Harry A. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs JosephA'Sf.Pierre
Mr. and Mrs Bernard J. Tansey
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy O. Webb
Mr. and Mrs Raymond L. Small
Mr. and Mrs Kennefh G. Wildes
Mr. and Mrs Michael Acosfa
Mr. and Mrs Mahlon Wifhee
Mr. and Mrs Carlfon K. Spear
Capf. and Mrs. Alfred F. Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Fish
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Burfoof
Dudley J. Beckwifh
Burfon Wilbur Sr.
William G. Fish
Roberf G. Hall
Harold T. Griffin
Genfry J. Cooke
F. W. Byingfon
William S. Heyniger
Frank A. Larson
Warren J. Wenk
Ramon G. Cabalena
F. J. Elkins
L. W. Lecy
Charles A. Hale -
Edmond E. Maskell
Danny A. Lusk
O. E. Wolff
Edward M. Mark
George P. Lefz
George A. Marquardf
Pefer M. Coope
Cmdr. and Mrs. J. C. Courfney
Roy L. Walfers
Paul M. Conklin
Ralph A. Kennedy
C. B. Nickell
Roberl' D. Ham
John A. Barnes
John D. Ralls
Howard R. Swenson
Carbon P. Dimpsey
Horace L. Truman
Ashby A. Anderson
Chauncey C. Williams
John H. Currier
Joseph W. McCar+hy
Roberf S. Eddy
John H. Currier
FROM THE CLASS OF '67
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