Francis T Maloney High School - Janus Yearbook (Meriden, CT)

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JOHN BERWICK Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent BOARD OF EDUCATION CL. to r.j Mr. H. Chandler Hunt, Mrs. Elaine Bennett, Mr. Hugh Garvey, Mr. James Rybeck, Mr. Eugene Bertolli. ' 4 ADMINISTRATION MR. ROBERT HART Principal I MISS MYRTLE EVANS MR. GORDON FONTANELLA Assistant Principal 5 Assistant Principal DEDICATION I I . , I ' 1" ' Mrs. Kathryn Reisch f n, ff UIQ D 'll l ,jx U f 1, 1 1 :ffl jf' 6'1" U '1 I t , ,Q ,J rf nfl -f .1 1 1 , 1 f 1 If QM" S3 ,l if fy rf l I, ' ,1 In recognition of her generous service, ' Vx! J. K" 3 l X we, the Class of 1962, gratefully dedicate ll .ip ,s X "The Ianusv to Mrs. Katlnyn Reisch, ffl our teacher and friend. lx Q 6 W '-i- U l F L u JI' V , TAWNG f f X V A , 4A.VV 3 5 f 5 K4 . HE- - 721 SENIORS , -ff-" ff" V! 71211 fgj ' , L2 ' :N fp , ' X Af, f pi F l i sENloR I CLASS OFFICERS GW ROBERT CHESTER JOHN BILLINCSLEA President Vice-President JOANNE LONCO MICHAEL PARMENTIER Secretary Q Treasurer SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS MR. ROGER CHAFFEE I MR. WILLIAM PAPALLO 8 . MRS. ADELAIDE ' 'POOLEY MRS. KATHRYN REISCH ARNOLD HERULF ANDRESEN Arnie . College "You never can tell about these quiet fellows." Basketball Teamg Washing- ton Historical Societyg A.A. BARBARA ANN BAILLARGEON Barb Teacher "Her speech is soft, her smile sweet." Camzus Clubg Future Teac ers of Americag Wash- ington Historical Societyg Home Economics Clubg Crescent Clubg Intramural Sportsg Pep Clubg Lating Clubg A.A. CWM X I ,LA L 'K TIN BEAL '1 e lm! College r y a gfhe at men in thqfgqwygjgliu are d, and I dong! eel toolz filjbirnyselff' NV'aKfs and cgi Kiss Commit- teeg Key ubg Basketball Teamg A.A. JEAN .LEE ,BERARDINO Jeanie Nurse "A merry heart goes all the day." Intramural- XSDOTISQ 'Future Nurses of Americag , Pep Clubg Special Chonisg' A.A. ' ' JC 3 N D " --fr T, AY! X R 'xx 1 is rip , - M X, I 3 AQIARY '93 , ,gs-l O B A NIER is the health M. 1 'l I ,M J JOHN DANIEL BILLINGSLEA, IR. Binge Syracuse "His fine sportsmanship was not left on the field. It was his constant companion." Senior Class Vice-Presidentg German Clubg Washington Historical Society, Presiclentg WVays and Means Commit- teeg Co-Captain Basketball Teamg Baseballg Footballg Chairman of Science Fairg A.A. JBook ee sB1SC11gFS5?lT9 lm-Y 1 Xl i "Neyer A troublexl tifpubljsib fig X'?if'-Q. -,'. A A.A.A ,J 4, . fr M I- ' r IRQ! A Nfl, W 4 r. SL My-f wil ' 4 if DAVID VICTOR BOBBI Dave Constructor Take me as I am. Science Fairg Baseballg A.A. RUSSELL KENNETH BERNARD Russ Coast Guard "I am an amused spectator of the world." A.A. , R A X, I y JOSEPHAALBERT B151 joe I Doctor "He was capable of imagin- ing all, of arrangin all, and of doing everytliiingf' Key Clubg Homeroom Rep- resentativeg Co-Chairman, Decorations ,Committee for Iunior Promg National Honor Societyg Biology Club, Presi- clentga A.A. , ..f'l I Ei.I,ZABETH ANNE . BOCDANSKI NJ l- fu Betty' '7 -' Tezfher ,,"She txginltles like ahsf rf' ' 'I-Iomeroom"f Representatiyeg VVays amf' Means Co ,mit- teeg Campus Chibg Cifegcent if Clubg Latin Glixbg , Sp nigh . Clubgff' SZ-ience Fairg Pep Club: Danee' Committeesg Intramural Sportsfl Jay Vee ' Cheerleaderg Varsity" Cheer- leaglerg A.A. ,J , "Easy-going, 5 llx Home Ecgnomics C lf j Bowling .Clubg A.A. 5 Lx xxx - EICH ' ELL Corky llege " w can llyv et him 0 cr p. X a' '1gt odcal Soci- etyg Trac mg A.A. X P W N kwin. 5' U f -9 Q 'S FSUSTAN ELIZXBETH I N he ,QCXSPER ,N Sue gn Junior Cqlleie 1f'wN"9'Life is too o wor 5501 'K 3 . abontsohoois' ry Hflampqf 'Cliibg Washington Elilstorical Societyg Sgecial 5 "J " sfiiafw eflorzgui Ecggdnoexliaig J N ALAN BRAYSHAW Echo College and ' 'ilent, peace-loving man." Lf? ence Fairg Physics Clubg Q: AP shington Historical So- i tyg A.A. I x V MWANBA V1viAfRY CA'iUlil1A ifllhxidegj '1" !l,72,VBusin6s's KSDQ Ifkliliilf 29615, -if' llifof i, ,xlibs m kbs' lgiends' ipepdiatiqh-f EOIl'1llllffCe5 :flun- ior' Qon'i 3 Debblfatiiirtg Comf migweg Cheerlfiaiiqgfsl Dzygcei Committeeg 'H n t 103,111 ui ii l, I 2, f j every' step. '1Pep Clubg Spphbmbie -Dhncie' Clulagb Intramural? Sportsi, Si3oi1ts:'!j'ggfCreskgent ' 'Cliibg A.A. F - CLmciErJ,e:idei's,AQ Cpqglapgiiiii V, ' ' 11 A'-Milf' 1 M givin li if V' 'fi ', ' U xnxx Puff VH ., N l ' if , HQ ' it W H GYVICC He a ve evil." ,N VkN,, V. ,V I h PATRICIA' ANN qboxqwf Pat 33" ,Collpgb "She js. ,bne girlgwho - H695 her own thinking and ,needs but grime -,Hdyice,y ,3- Campus -' Clubgx Q Crescgfxt Clubgi Prqps ami Phmts Playsg Pep Chibf Dance Committeesg 'Sgience'1,'FaixfgN Chorusg f"N Forum, Treasurqzij Cheerleader ' Che Ms W hs 1135505 glub, Secretgv-Trea.3ixrer5 1 - " xp vo JJ M - . H - Q ,WW My KJV "EDITH EDNA cox , ,, ,. 1 n , , nn Edxe ' College Vflu Sf, u 1 A Vflfyw f :'A1 1 ,bl r' X f M, uf fxf MU m:n?aSm:sge,,g2 'md SIEBQ Dir gif perspnality - 9 UR E E i V ', V , Uv I 1 J , g A SH 41 fl' jeyglfvf J-V Beautlqiai ff J' Val! never! worry i ,flivelkes V ffux' "life unpleagii ' ' U Chorusg A.A. ' S W 100' Campus Club Secretary' Big ology. Club, A X .Washington ,Histbrical ' Societyg Junior Prom fPublicity and, D6co- fbtidn .Cbmmitgeesf Pep Clllb5wYSODl1Ol'IlOl'6 Hop. Pub4 l,icitf"Comxnitteeg Intramural Sportsg Crescent Club, Prb- lfgram Cdniniittee Chqirfhging Art Clubg "'Ianus" 'Aft 'Stalli- 5 Scl- 1 ?1QgKjsg2EfS Qagigg Dee pmw 0 omics :DQ Q Q X X Tgacher W wg n1 r o X ep lilly' Crgsc n ' Glubg Home onom ub,hIn- tra a Sp ' F s ion Sho g Ho 'ggimi Qhgixce Cornmitteet' 'an?1i'?,Busi- neSS Staffg "Jan SH ypistg Senior Vari ty Sligv Bowl- ing Club, Secreta' g,A.A. 13 abr eff? Ar asv e,,r9X . l f 'A' , x l I Vx 1, fa V' 4 ,Q , . f Y . g ' T, H" V . ll T4 ffl, .w f 1 -NJ, '7f , pwllss '?f5BENSKY1?3K ' ' X JD' my A flee 'I AU J . Navy ood ' ortf is never in Q of frlendsf' llfbvgoiacllg a'l':lu?i?0- se y fb! f X f IQ AA I 8111115 'w f7 I A Jirpfjlxv-A" Service t'fBEl4E1 clown, be a clown, all qfthe world loves a clown." A.A. MICHA , 4 D6E ec jcian llI I. 'jof th t.' - Pfoflsffsfwviyas, . . W msgs? Dfw, 93' - Q! WA pb SIQBILA QLARY DoBsoN ' X J A XQollege "A 'au ulface' il t QV Pieommenda 'lsig S en P elubg 'Ho Economics Clu 5 I al Sportsg P, lily cf 1LL ,X sp ofncs LALl.b1aiyQ . , ,LL Q Nail, ' . I I I I M A A UTJ Kig Force 'f ,Jf,, ',. .I 21,1521 e "My theorvf to .Qt 'joy life." - Qc Qi V , Basellfgllxilzl Science Clle ' , 9 f"' b' h s Fgqilg T eamg Intra- C ff, 'fhljs - mural Msponsg Caps and I: g l,.-v , 33 or 'Com Committeeg A.A. uw ecorati Commit- W ' If will tee, 1 tramural ortsg A.A. Y--WU ,iwudil 1, Allyn' L L Q,lvUlJ"g SYM of " mclubg ,U DA T DOTY L actical Nurse any Q-ieams all come Ni V, e." yi ibrary ervice Clubg' Pep and in HRK mv E JR. Mariries " appy is the man who is carefree." A.A. LINDA E FLORIAN ln Hairdresser Nothmg lb as popular ae kmdness mmm CAROLYNXMARLE FRANZ Carol ,' College f'Mischief gomes by the pound andgbes away' by the s, ' Nbuncefff Art Olljbg Bdwlihg Clubg Props 'andr Paintsg, Campus Clubg Pep' Clubg Intramural' Sportsg ' I 14 'GLORIA JEAN GHEZZI Chez Art Teacher "Small matters win great n 5 comrnendatlons. ' Art Clubg Props and Paintsg Campus Clubg Pep Clubg Washington Historical Soci- etyg French Clubg Crescent ' Clubg A.A. 5' ',Q:,w ,-,Jef fjflf' AW il 'rr' I. ,5 f N521 ff. fjqiflu ' PAQTLINE HIT! 1 fl ccingaorvniiiiol Liv" l" fy Hairdresser "Sl-its is a'jfrii6lricQ1?andA may f , , 54' f ID M4144 , V gd. ' n fl EofP?3f'1aJ'31Lf ff L' ,JVC ,VL f N -1 ' - ,lim -1 U--' 5, J I JI, ., J M,-I, tj, C. X--' ,,fx , , , , 1 , 1 4, -.V ,4, maj! D, M ,lf-x ff ,.f--45 J J' f f av ,, I ' -4 A 'B MARION ELIZAB Mimi Commercial Artist' "Hair is the finest omament women have." Props and Paintsg Crescent Clubg Art Clubg 'fIanus" Art Staifg Bowling Clubg Wash- ington Historical Societyg Home Economics Clubg In- tramural Sportsg A.A. xx, aff' ' gf! A , V' .--fi, ,nfl ,P- ,, i, Cys, A Fredgj av K er "No reajllfgre fy thought hi so." German Clubg Tennis Team, Captaing Science Fair9A.A. ff fe J yy' fzfg'-W MARGARET XNN 3':GOODRICH Marge Oflioe Clerk P welcome link in any ' chain of friendship." I Library Serviqe Clubg "ja- nusv Business Staffg Bowl- ing Clubg Home Economics Clubg A.A. L, ,, A ,Q 1 U x' fl X flflfw HERBERT EDWARD GREENBACKER Herby Undecided "He speaks but a few words." A.A. ' 'kA Ottie c onic ' eer "Th ermi ' vill 0 lishpx goa. Bio I" emist Cl h , n to ' Socie g.- ence Fai-r-, ma g A.A. 7 A if ' l D or Y N Y , . , I V S3 E Lf' 0' D l 1 ege Prgpf " a dunk nd e merry, ygiil or r t e is no l ff ch mpus Qllubg uture Te h- rs or Am ri ag Pro cl P ' Ss S H 0 4 " - ree . S ' gpm 5 X Xl nn ' If AAA .1 -XX ll! "ll LP' l ynqNAr3DJ QBQSDQICKI ,.:'DRoill lla?" ,f"College M Eyery map has his-d6VlllSl1 llfl fn ll ',ff'Ml0llldl't5'llA:Y' l I .. 1 .1 o wr are x 'f 'n Qs' J J ' Ex'F"x'1. h N" YN 'Q Q A s A Vi, Ns .5 ox NX .fx .SK X, . gxq 5 ,.,CQNS'lHl1CE A HALL Csfoxgglbxl C+-xy ecretary "Al smile Qsbsomething that wth' your face value." Pep ClllQg.A.AN- g F V , HJ "uv V Q, W, .bv 'V V ,fun .fs ,Q f' C' ' , ., 9: P c " 5 ,-. S .S 'll 'ff DLD f W1 1 ' affix' G KI F , Betty tenog A her 1 Her v,QgL.,,.soft, Mgle ng lawi an excellent th' ID a mann e 5: Eoge s , I 1154 C AYTON H 1 Q ? ffm! 'fig i "Those who make the least noise do ' e most work." Washingt -' ary ica ci- etyg Props rl 'L 'hi dentg 1961 One- t Play Contestg A.A. fm QJW J Lf 1 fN Ax, I' 3 bindy ' 'I ' ntal."0 2Yl'ashinEn,Hist0riq1ljxSbc I0 fys ll 12125-195 D1-111058 C:-H PRS QM Hit 4 , 5 .AH fe HT' rfff? 5 ,DV 'ef my 'n X Pol' an He -J A al Sports, c S '- lfVO!'kQ 0, yy ence cl - I ui ce 'O ,BX 6' 4 nus Staff b ,PN SHP W MW ' "Sweet Af' ' fx V rr X' X, 5.9 5 QQJBI V wlru CQLK41 . ,il llfk . .. 'D fl. heggm QQ lffl5Efi!?E"fA2HE?51NE 55 fffymmd ,km e 5 M -I ' anyone --lbklfwhy takea K yi "' SeQZ99fl'Y ,I jtpchance on being the Hrst A toqysefiqhsqriti wo mmf' f victim?" a 1Qj,1E'girl'flzf"everyyyayff X B ktbllgB , -h yegfwrppe' , Jvpewl- if' Gish? tb, W5 Societyg Science Fairg Home- kPa' '1gsgL'A.A. A, .5 fy ' ' ' FRANCIS JOSEPH HIGGINS Frank Physical Education v Teacher "Football makes a nation hardy." Football Team, Co-Captaing Baseball Teamg Ways and Means Committeeg Intra- mural Baskethallg A.A. IW J N fl flew SXIQIIVJEJTYQOBSQN O tlclan uhglllfll lat! yself to W I rl ,ffm is room Representativeg A.A. 'V I . X," 1 1 1 Q ll u XV BEVERLY ANN v LX HES ON Be, K Te on perator lgixodfilaluril ins the ' eartf' l'ep llflbg J n" plirom Dec x . . ' OTHEQ Cab rafgeeg Future ubs ul ' ILt ry Staffg 'A' Janus" ' St if I - Pu e of er gzbpampus M msg a 5 n ' tramural Sports .A. CWM . MARY ANN JUREK I College "Excellence is never granted to mankind, but as the X reward of labor." Biology Clubg Latin Clubg Library Service Clubg Home Economics Clubg Props and Paintsg Campus Clubg Junior Prom Decoration Committeeg A.A. VX X N hxpwl Ulqx lafffgx mom Lfrf5Rd3rHiQS :Jil Dot lggrdcwgrtenk bherl pg' W 53051 9' i TZMLOJWQZWNEM . . x H I .D a A AW Wjfifo EPBYX, iittglghlntramu MM? 'M-, fboyyblolini c 695- p Ju! 01 A fbi L wi of JOAN CAROL ILLNEA om Intencir Decorator J I r ' 9 "Tl1efour cardinal attribatee offer lady: srrlcerxty, ' it 3 signplicity, sympathy, and! I X , sei-enity.' . 1 ,' Future Nurses, bf Americag Pep Clubg Camgres Cluhg wiht Prom Q, coratlon rnmitteeg 'Ianusn ArbStaffg Props and Paintsg ArA. , ' D W IND' A' 'RUTH ARLHO ER Lin - T c ician "A s than all the eads in th world Ice Pres: nt Meg ho e o Edx o uss n n on Historical bo, yg I nior 1 . ,J .. n S., otograp , n al Sports, Green Peppers, Ioumalism Clubg Ag? . : 1 fl 13.5,-A ALICE MAE KOEP n Al ' dconege "Cute and neatjfroin head ,K to feet." Crescent Clubg Props and Paints, gecretarygf Campus Cltibg Junior,-Prom Decor?- tion and Invitation Commit, teesj Pep Clubi NVashington Historical ' Societyg 'Special Chorusg ,Spanish If Awardg Intramural Sportsg Spanish Clubg Co-Editor "Janus" Photography Staffg A.A. 1 ege the that is fwhat .. 6 a W Ignmb J! ' t to hir By" Ni fl, ly H I TES KLINE GER Teacher Geri ' ,I cretary si t, he is a k5Beho3cd fthe Clreamer n se r." X . olneth " , ,- P ops! and 1 -intsg Wa 'n - N'Va1siiih4ziFon ' -Hit' n Histgji al Xciet ciety: A.A. 'Vw , 2 fx fu A C .J X DEBORAH ANNE KORTUM Debby College ,"I-Ier hair shone with a red glowg Her heart shone with sincerity." Campus Club Intramural Sportsg "Janus" Art Editorg Washington Historical So- cietyg. Dance Committees. Club, S t thou fo thou , li? Q , 'N ' 1 1 art se , ru-" 1 9 ington wiglikricl So- l' Qfyg A.A. I gf Q 100, AMX' M Bl Ki if 20 tw K W MM of all courtesy. nis Team- Ov W E T AMES 0 RABEEQSIQN Ernie Electronics ' Yi Xjfebhtiician Lxtfeach man ekercise the p art he kno I Props and Paints' shing- ton Historical Society' A.A. New , 14.41 All LAV NJA ' 2 G Y ,,' . Q7?qiuierZZM.gfqfQ1Qfs." Y nashingtq Historical, So,-PX , cle ' '. ,H ' fq S V mx 3:5 fl ,-ri' N C ,nfs ,gg J fl if iw A vlfli ! J! 4 allty if A we 'QL is ug' , ,xg H, J Y, I QM!!! 2 , fi 1 I if QW CAlRQjI.i4AQ5QN LJESSE ,N fl will' ' Secretary Q," "We nlever heap her make a , sound, Perhaps she does 5 when we're not ,around." ' Chorusg A.A. ' ' reasufyff A.A. XV ANN MARIE LEPKOWSKI Ann College "A winning way, a pleasing smile, dresses so neat and right in style." Props and Paintsg Senior Variety Showg Cheerleadersg fNational Honor Society, Treasurerg Future Nurses of America, Presidentg Forumg Crescent Clubg Latin Clubg Chemistry Clubg junior Prom, Publicity Co-Chair- Biology C ubg Intramu- l t 4 fi' . , u G'ERAI?.D DAVID EVINED .IJITY 'L ,cbnege ,,1r:, 'V "I amklls hblo'ancl as fit as 7 ' P thouv " A ' P ROBERT LAURENT .yvghin on I-ilstorfcgal' i L UHEUREUX A ci tyg gaman Clubflylpe , B0 Accountant gjgilyfjunigy Pmgii' -'Music "Ever courteous,'.ihe mark ommitfeegfgootball, Basket- Of il gentleman-" ball Genie' .Af Announgeg A,A, "Janus" Literati Staffgi Enig- lish Award, Sop omore Yegt? Key clubs AA. m DANIEL H.5diBYllJi'2'fI3lf3Y l A f X, gk, . if C Dan Q 'D mv:f1 ' I fwddllege "I-heyver fliihlc of Qlicixfutgrgigq K wif,-'comes soon enough,.,,2j'XNf' lK9X3fkClubg jyaihingtohfllis- torigdl Societyg Biology Clubg AM. lx '- ' Aly- A l Fixx X ll X' ffl, l" 'lf Ll" sfo, F I XJ ,lf V QW' ,LJ YQ ' EDW 1 x . , Q A qgonoi Ml5cf51ilxTH,MJgx.f' George jj M!" px Mqoljainical Min of levi lvoiids axg reas- f- Ajggsf mega," ,lf v if K i'oEHs1i1ieefV'lL Iwi, LBa5ebmxfff':lFwfbau5 ., 'B g A kg fNewf Englandqylfb' en' B rig1e,Q6g'Afu Kofi ,,,.,q'Qg' Junior C M A'l,5if'u Committee. 1' ,V""- gf' Ky l fl , I ui' it A , DENNIS RAYMOND , , MANFMQD fi, n 1' V :V j if 'V Philosopher , 'fllliithei-,llhan love, than money, than fame, give me N truihlfli' Spanish ',Cl1il54l Xviishington Historical 'Societyg wA.A. N X 4 K- ,. 5,7 "'AA , - V Vinny Su' "1 .,f 7 :Roll iv f X .Q17 W X M ' HARRYW - ' HX' arry 'Home fort, for I am N coming." Teamg Intramural ROLAND JOHN METIVIER W College "The Royal Class Jester will now take his bow." " -Qi: Physics Club, Presidentgzi Washington Historical So-' cietyg junior Prom Usherg Homeroom Representative, Dance Committeesg 'IntraJ mural 'Basketballg Science' Fairg A.A. . i , fff' S ID LJ! JMARIQLYN MICLIETTA A A VH xirdrdssenf 2 "The gootlfanqi tgjinlise J' qplet vi 4. Hgnle. Egiioxhics Clubgxln- 1' fr murzjl portsg .AD f ' 'LJ 'J si Q," 355. ' turf' I I .ri gn A-,1.if ,. '1 V' V1 ff .b , . ' , ff Sngp: lQNurse N 4- , "ALlWaysxh2ippygfnever sadg sometunesinhughty, neyer ,K lbadff' , ' 7lPep Clubg."F1iture '7Nurses MARIE ANNMEYERSI I fs :Mike jx' I .EUl1ClQGiCIeg'l' ,3 Fm 'Q' ,N If ' "R6d.Jcurls, blue eyesl and b , f I ,7L?f0l5figgQIEgH'UR " I,-ye fliibhdly rsfnileu for A ji 1, , i Future! Nurses of Arnericng Bgkfl' 'f5"'Allt0fh0tlVe School Pepl Clubj Home Economics 1 HOPE for the be5f 311526 Cldbg Intraniurdl' Sportsg MPIGDPLT5 f0l' the worst: QHomeroom f Representfltiveg A.A..::.j' , fy ,N 'junior Prom Publicity Cbmff, '5- ' rQdtteeg'AUA., 'I, I 15, 'l 1 Q, I DIANNE vlntsiivlfi ' Mligwnt , of Americag Home ,Economgy ies Clubg -Probs and 'Paintsg IntraJ'ri11rfE1l Basketballr Liter- ary Staff off"Janus"3 Junior Prom ,Decoration Commit- teeg Ak: .- I - ' PATRICIA LEE MILBRANDT Pat Business College "She is as pretty as the springtime, as fresh as the dawn." Pep Clubg Chorusg Intramu- ral Sportsg A.A. !QU4T'jM 1 ,,-'fa E , Al , A . X. J ,x ,, J! ' MAR HA LEWIS gx I . T ,Vi . MOREHOUSE i 3 Nlartie Thysical Therapist ry' E' - ' "Fm just a cocioeyed If 1 optimist." Y ' X fflanusf' Literary Staifg junior ' ' Prom Decoration Committeeg A Homerodtn Representativei 111SCiHiC8 F ir Commitleeg ,Ing if ', tramural Simortsg A.A. ' ' , 5 , 55 Presl Wash- Rus- sian Language urerg Props and Paints o o and ' on istori istry Clubg . . ree 1th o man s op' ions ha PATRICIA DOLORES MURPHY Pat Hairdresser "Ready for mischief, ready for fun, willing to talk to anyone." w Ay.,AynELENWNEyfiKLE DL Nina EN? arf W: Qgylmz X .Q SEOX e ,eyes olmlziixe, ,QQ College Hear ask 'Wter oijhdbr OHS gtliaifa f aughihdiii t XL I f rX.k!SummersSun"fxJN. ' if -i X me 0 cgesieiiqpgiux , m'Dq?icejigejygW-L VVashing- mltgegfi-f'f 'uh' Teac. L, Schem- gmefgicalgg C It UA Milli p I aphid A ty, .S ff Clutlgg GRI LL 24 A-A'-M ,IM ,yfLvQj.ff ' iw iM' f TK KATHLEEN ANN ' NAJDUCH W Kathy ' Beautician "It's hard to be a pretty girl without causing mischief." Props and Paintsg Costume Committee Chairmang Home Economics ,Clubg Art Club: junior Prom 'Decorations Committeeg Special Chorusg Pep Clubg A.A. X ' fgx , JJQQH ts yay AISSEN 127 -x 025 College A.A CH R is MICHAEL 11,1 ' igw, if Chyckf 5,11 ,Eggixgger 'Qf5'A strong bodyx hoilkes aw fn Qsllong miriflf' N"f"5 ffrgiik Teagifgy F oatbzill Tqziglrhg XK6y Club5xA.R-"" 'Nj I-fbyjf 3 GV ww wh ' - il .. I Bow' g u - 'Lfiico , n l .cent lubg Pep g A. . . X- if MICHQEL CYCONNOR A .QakyQ6,,f-ivy .Q4'wTegif:hqp K' In 1: 1' 9 ' ' -' ,kagffhe ngan who hasrjzhg M11 r ff a111f1b0f,!myfJf I ' x-D4 gf wm to yqyggoal Kem-CLuba f1Eh6r sg Vyiiihingi tQg?j jjistlirical ,wiefyi Co- VgJ1a'ii'h1an of VP blicit3Q,'Com- ' mitteqfQrfffiinioi1?.Pq?h1g Dec- , -oxjatidhs'Commi -led orl Soph- ,fmord Diuqeg IL'V. Footballg Prbpggh d liaintsjf Spaiikh Jfclufffg A.A.,f'j' '7 1' ,cf ,I L,-ff X' " J l,, Track YKHKS Teacher or gwe me my " Base- :WMV Repre- ,nm vig? PA ccl 132 Executive QQ, man qgteil to pleasure." arsi ot allg T ackg Bas- k ba - d P 'ritsg ' ' gton istoric - tyg Pr orsl 5 ' an- us" ' fall? tliamu ral Qas et ll, ysi Club A.A. 1 1 PVS, 90 Wil Sue ers Committee, A.A. M 7f 17 467 RICHARD JOHN PERLOT AijqDP Dick Electronics I "' Engineer W! Ccount t "A gentlemarrwith manners ood sp is nev 1n soft and mild." ' , t of friends." J.V. Baseball Teamg Wash- Washington Historical So- jngton Historical Socje 9 Biolo Club German Clutz ' gA.A. clety X 0 gl' 5 9 Key Clubg Special Chorusg A.A. ' 2,0 4 if ,,"x .i.! .ilavl QNf1e3QHegr1EsGfi Mikei-,f 24 lvllqhigmyr tJ""IQtEe3?e'fits -3 " my 'Q I S 'it H 4? 1 Meg ho Staff, Chess amd f RJ M , ,L X Q4 Q MQW' in u M fu EVELQJG C QW ,U df 7 Qjeautigiqunl .-Samet df HEr, wffgnrl :lf L., s ff' .gb Nan, N 'u ' Nlbg as C- ElcEhk'1'i",i1Ho, 1355? :J Q Yl1miuee,fgir,Ju 'on-rgromiig, P .Clglff Ja u " X itdrgfyj S154 gy.. W X my x iNE'i?ff X fm? K X Xi Chef: V 1' ,Clubg Intramural Bdske allg A.A. ,ifzl W! L V,-1 X Afyffli ,WWW wk W 'Begg CEQOEN1 ean ege Jig? Km s om. B g Cl , ecre ' sian ,. ecr G a 3 N sh' 'sto Cal cietyg us lub' ' Prom ecoratio ,il Az, l' v 'n ' J .fi -QM ,wif 1 ' qlcgfi- 'Auf Z: ic if , , fi , ,-,, " H CIiiR1S"I41NEIRANSOM'vF , - Q J - ,J I 1' ' ,, ,-Qhrxs M K g ' Sbamsgress iE5"Bli:ssed wi thfiif chdfini, f ' Ythe capacj ' to please?" A.A:.1f I ,-fi ' ,,. 1 ,. I, 'if VH- Q ,- ii L , S K MARY ANlNl PULCINELLAf5W Pooch Secretary "A cute package of fun and personality." Home Economics Clubb, Treasurerg Green Peppers .. J Cheerleadersg junior Prom Decoration Committeeg Fu! ture Nurses of Americag Home Economics Club Dance, Co- Chairmang A.A. LINDA LEE PREECE Lin A ' AX-Ray Technician ' "Silence is golden, but it K hath no charms for me." Home A Economics' Club, Pres- identg YVashington Historical Societyg Campus Qlubg Pep Clubg Future Nurses ,of Americag Juhior Prom Coni- l 1 L' J Lf' . I, , D FRANCINE LYNN i ,5ANc11igogix REvo1R , mfliohy W Fran Beautician 4' ,, ffqkuifemessrafla "They believed me quiet yogi fhqfrir tfulnqfsuve untill spoke." Ji ng,fui'e." ffl Bowling Clubg Special Cho- 1' ,3f'iVasl?ingwi1' Hiptdiical So- rusg A.A. L cieL,wgiAfA. ,JSFA US-Q' flflild-A l if AMW fi' Q: ' lx N ILLIJJ J s 27? Q Auf," uf' ' wrriitteesg, lniramural Sportsg "Janus'5 Business Staffg 'flan- fusf' 'Photography Sthffgp AIA, ,X YL I.-. ' ' A - ' 1 if ,- ,ri , if ' 1, ' X, ' . J PAUL V' BEPPERT Doug 3 0 ' A .Utidecided 'QIFS such a, seriousihingl to ' ,Q-ilbe a funnylmiirif' f vw' 'ii '-1. 5 4 ' AA! -- ui f. '1 F erary staffof "Ia.nuS"j Cheer- xCo,Cl1airman of Refreshl., ' ments Committee for Junior Q-Ellie ,r 'llllyery .WaSl1IIlgtQD 1 Historical LSA' cietyg T.CaI'!lplfS,'Cl1.lb, X Secre- tqryg Future Qflleachers Americag Crescefiti ClulLjgAPe13 'fllulbi' Gefrnan ClubgQmyS and qMeahs Committeeg Caps and iGovQ9ns Committeegi Lit leadergflntramuralk -fUSportsfg Prom' RILEY Secretary. V'2u,F1 e s in Home Eco- sfff MC LJ" ,Njv -MORRIS PA SCHALL Business ollgw "One of the ' I en." HOIIIICS W JEFFREY S ROSSBACH e ,College "A'friend'is one who will see you through, when others see you're through."' Key Clubg Washington Historical Societyg Home- room Representativeg Foot- ballg Baseballg A.A. OWN WWI L O D O ONE We iilifcy leon Elec' K I , N :Who so r 'lor ecep Coatroom ' ,eg A . Footballg Sen Co A. . ff" F K- 4 A, - i. f I IUDITH41Q.'lXIfN BOTELLNA H' Iggy I I iiqgecfigng ,i I care notfvfhat t e wo thinks, I ' enxny ogg lg if-5 opzgrisz WZ' Library Service -Clubg Rus7 f' sian Language Clubg Props 16467 and Paintsg Forumg Was ington Historical Societyg Bowling Clubg A.A. RITA.E. HYGUNSKI I . ' Q 'X College ,I "All the world's ai stage, and moreff , Props and Paintsg Washing-A ton Historical Societyg Home' Economics , Clubg junior Prom Decoration Conimitteeg gl lv' gl 'llyj ACC! Uv rf,MwL'U?J0 yuh VVJJK UV I WILLIAM P. RYAN Bill College "Mischief is king, and I'm his slave." Spanish Clubg NVashington Historical Societyg A.A. Q94 X X if Xxx A 'X QNQ? U,'5fXye, X f x -ohm QW PH-f1?.IP 012131354 'OX , s ST. Q, , L, ' . ' ' Q Fl-ip UV P 9lC3llege A E TS E X 91" 'I B "T '.-am. '- tl " V ' 00 bitch? 'ifil:z.ifE,laS.,,C?,ruN 1 me e Iflight, y 601954 NAIYL, leaf .. ' X06 Soegyegyg Cobffhairngn Titgcgz 0' - 5 'i T6 5 i0 'mc rogpfifm gcgcmittee For P 5 Q 5. 'on ' i N Qdxni rox rogm QV shington teeg F o Te. .A 5 fx iqtgical 60016 aps and f Qowns Co ig eg At . QM , T321 XSN ik Ny 2622 E ff Film B 45 'B Q? TSPCEEL X ekrkei-JN. Y ' ive - fybl o ' ifrqzl no . Egfpnv Q 3 -B -X75 ff die iiosgg.'sCxrrTo1xLfP'L' Bah? Roe FV Hxiiidfesser ,',,fFu11"bk fl1,gf!,'Bihill"faPoy frggf' f' J L ROBERT SCHOTT Bob "A man rich in good works." , Key Clubg VVashington His- torical Societyg Biology Clubg Latin Clubg Swimming Teamg Cross-Country Teamg Track Teamg A.A. W CVWUW 5 W ' ASX " 'e "A We e L 1 Wm Yo S' - Qcgjymgrelyedb est 1 Cl t ep N 'xc B a 'I to In . u re cet . ' hi S x 1. P W Wh C3 - 1 ?3J Pl'f5Ii'l Ushex: cugnc 11531, iety a e o i Chair13i5g,xs .lla . by tee' l anaCo mlt- " oC29g.C5' 0 W ffy mf! ,ij 1, 01 iioeiar Jgggn .JS VEB Bobfjf' 1gNIathematicia.mxf A if fa . ' . Jsife 1 1111 one dam t '1 X :after other " s' 0- 1, . ffxiykgalubgf i-ehestra mg .A. . , , 11 -W ,, -1 1 .5 'A1 W 'M' f ,1 ,1 JOANU M u , , Vll'tll6 ltS 1, fd' zfwfvy' W if 'VW M4 Wa DJ V JOSE EBEIIITIEI 'W Joe T,.,.,Jf,- f6 mgCfIL e , rr Clubg , ,fx r 1 1. 'x ,- , 1 X 2 X 1 11 D l A I ll' XV X1 IOQGJRIQXQMITH. X J slums '1 1 'geeefaw "She colxld dafdce H ,dusk A 'ullda X ,Rwfx hx ozrgxfcogx ics ub J 8 t NClub Qgufi 5f:t5ii9?hA-A2 1 115 17 NK fi i R' ,I X5 , 'Iri-XA 'x.1 fs X' Q ' I-'K ,Y1'1,. J 5' J " Jw fi NK J 1 1 - vflfw L Jfi-J MMP 50 A 129' ifl K7 sq 'Tests re Madwe gr at reward. ded."' Golf Teamg Track: Cross- His- Countryg Intramural Basket- ballg A.A. Q CTAIL ANN STLCKEL "Evefythihi in a girl to be li ed." Q Home Economics Club, Sec- retary rand vice-Presidqmx Campus Clubg Future Teach'- ers of Americag Crescent Clubgv Pep Clubg Photog- raphy Staff for "Jarius"g Intramural Sportsg Junior Prom, Decorations Commit- teeg Washington Historical Societyg'A2A. 'P ROBERT CHARLES THIEDE Bob A Technical 'Ttry allhtslingsg I achieve Q t I ca " V, 1 A.A.,t N11-Nw NYJ? - 'VQU -Q 1, .Ng QU Q" fy, KXXMWU 1 I 'J N ki 133' R I U tx f' Teacher - kj Q9 ski :f , , ' N CERTRUDE M. SMITH Trudy 1 N Secretary .f'A friend as r-Eleasaxit as can be - yes,, efbest you'll ever seef' Intramuralcg-Fortsg Wasliing- ton Histori Societyg Home Economics Clubg Future Nurses Hof Americag Dance Cpminifteesg Pep Clubg Jun- ior Prom Decorations Com- mitteeg Crescent Clubg A.A. 'X no me if fy A X St' XSglkA'rH4dEerbhr AQ lgbgggglri '- lusfeyr if' :1 G ep 5 5 P ' 5 Intram ' Sportsg . . CD X ,Q ' My HCV oiijxcwlfoef X KY 'S ,D ay ffl UWM , l WK JUDIOI' Club ,NJ IOOIII Variety , 'N' L Qalege f 6 fakes 1 Vice- MM 477 J LEY A Qaleet Xu Q x fo cl Ky.Q0 xi:-I cretary d ' a bouquet f ogg-ls." ashi g istori al So- l Pep Cl 5 istant A eroo resentativeg cjlf Football- H Qigliege wine omeroom JV waits gets tired." Chess and Checkers Clubg "Ianus" Art Staffg Basketball Managerg A.A. DOREEN ANNE WESSMAN College "Wherever the team - there's Doreen!" Art Clubg Washington His- torical Societyg Campus Club, Vice-Presidentg Pep Clubg Crescent Club, Treas- urer, Vice-Presidentg Intra- mural Sportsg Dance Com- mitteesg Cheerleaderg Ways and Means Committeeg A.A. 2 rom? W ,mrv 1., 4 1 All L' XC Q :LCZUO flrlw . ,Va L , I 'IJWU' J' ,LV V 'U' lx if All if "fi V Lf H gig ANXVQK -X :gf VI 'R s.-54 , is . wanasy College fi CAi40LJBAN,f QOLIQ Vlbfu' , 'lLittle oh l y!" l f, - L' in . jWa5ll'iiikgton 'lHistoi5iba'1l' So- 'tygAl-Stt'iQll 'gS - 2131 Choiliigg lt-:Ends EQ C158 - 9 gin ,1, llIPhySicalf'fhfra lst V. f"AKQuiet girl, but quite a Campus, Clubs MCr Seem , W J I X, ' V Clubg VlrZashingtQn'JHisl?L6rigalV'V Cornrrutte or tmlor Prom Societxg- Baiidg Refreshment IniamuralaSpQrgsg Pep Clulii-'N A. . X X lFuture Nurses of Americag lflfll Sophomore f'Dane5-rlRefresh- 1ment3C rruriittdeg Intramural ,'5I5Q't99' Uf1i0f,Pz01f1iiDv99m1, an MuSip'CQxYRnitteeSaj A, . 1 x '1 fqxbl f1x.- V. " If I , I -' ggi: IQERINE CAJQQLQ, . Vx LINDA ANN ZEITEL ' W, 1 Secretary flijldbfvv q Qfriiige "Her charms strike the sight, I'5njbyp"l?eif1gja4 ii? but her merit wins the soul." Fi1h1rg,LNurS5S'r'6f A mericag Crescent Clubg Ways and -eCdyo1j1swBaffdg Campus Qlubg nior 3 Prom Re-esh ent Means Committeeg Caps and Gowns Committeeg Intramu- ttee Wzgshi gfon His M ssaefy, f gglrqlimqfgl Dance Refreshmefht"CommitL ral Sportsg Business Staff of "Ianus"g Senior Variety Showg Senior Fashion Show- ftee- Intrarhuralk Sports- A.Al. PWM yr of N v V f W fjplfil , '4. 5 QYJQ6 J ajax 'gMw'lfsff.,1iAi5!'7JW J i M?fNy'lli,?Dlg1J"l'jj'9A'3t li cv, I y ff Kuff ,il if f fly FAX if iff W Q C ARNOLD C. ye ER - if Muffs J! Amie 0 5 ,ff D "He will never kknli Wjww ff V J enemy, nor lack a frie Egfr, My ff '- RICE JOH INIRY Footballg Track, Co-Captr 'na' gl IQ?-Iyfj LEK W h Intramural Sportsg Spamshk' all I B ' . .- A otograp er Club. Caps and Gowm Com- QM Jayw . Beauticmn study is a vvieariness mittelei Washington Histori- ,K 'l ,Qgafhafs the use of of the flesh- cal Societyg Dance Commit- ffl! WOUYUIE? teesg A.A. A.A. 33 Mme it .V My 4 M 1 NJ ,,,.......-J if i, ug 1 f- , iw .lg ky 1.5. QQ Mi I Q. lui' ,, , Xl NVVQ :M ,M ff A x ' - ' 3 15 , 'TU 15- ' ff 'Q SQ 3 'SET 4, m VX xii i ,z rm ' 115 is 2-I if N 1 - a I l, : 1 2 1 ?,...ni ' ' ' - - -,Mu- -ww? 5-Rm ...af V. ., M. ff . ,ev wav' 'ig gg i i'w'f1 ,iq , Si? EQ ..l 1 L 2 iw W - ef u we Xe , mat..- .. XM 3 5 - F' 4 I - 'S ' ' 3 7' A A " r, Wa' 1335? V'L 9 it if ,W - f.-' fr . 'aw' v: - ' 'l" .1 I i gag i I .Q 2 'Q-... ' ig. ' L xx " Y . 3 is Q Q 5 UQ.. w Ill Q ' g MALON EY N OTAIB l IE S ISGZ AWARD enior Cfadd BEST LOOKING Mike Donnelly Ellen LeCendre MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pete O'Loughlin Sue Couch CLASS ARTISTS MOST POPULAR Fran Paradise 36 Bob Chester Doreen VVessman Joanne Longo oiabled MOST TALKATIVE CLASS LINGUISTS Iack Dillmuth Henry Toman Marcia Norris Mary Ann jurek . ...Memes 5 E s im, QUIETEST Phil Horozy Bonnie Uryase 1--V CLASS MUSICIANS Fred Yale Linda Taylor 37 enior Clad! 5 DID MOST FOR MHS 'Bob Chester Joanne Longo BEST DANCERS Bill Ouellette Carol Franz MOST BUSINESS-LIKE CLASS SCIENTISTS joe Bisi jim Gibson Linda Zeitel Florence Modelski 38 -W - ofabfed .nmmvfmwa CLASS WITS -YM Roland Metivier Jean Beradino MOST COLLEGIATE Mike Donnelly Shiela Dobson CLASS ATHLETES BEST DRESSED Bob Chester john Billingslea Wanda Caturia Pat Misenti 39 l T f I F I , ,E , U - fy I 'A' S. 4 I nk P A ,i 605339 Q Xu . .n4"'3 I fi? N 2 Z - WL? ' 1E ": 2 fr' -' BTI'-":"f.-,Ea f ff ,-SQ. LQ 5 ,,- ,, Z . .lk ,,.. ,. A A ,fw WA , V., , --In -A .vi H .QL , ' I. .A , l.. In -i, " ' 'li -N-. ff 2 x . .sr ? A x 5 0 .L V rl Matz, ' 1 5 ,..: .4 ,Ig 3 - - 1 1 ., 4" '.4."f51 4' gf 1 . ,'N 113 gsjff h, ...,i .Q -A-- .IP . E... 1, what Q kg U 1 I - A, , 5 f ' X' A , , i 55,5 'A I ,iw mv -, ik--R 1 E Y R F I X .i uv Q s-. gg Y., -Ne' . Sw X .www n 5 i Qx Y N CLUBS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ,. Vs L'-7 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society was formed to encourage and to acknowl- edge students who have shown themselves noble in character, superior in scholarship, effective in leadership, and outstanding in service to the school and to the community. Students nominate classmates whom they recognize as leadersg faculty members nominate students for serviceg and the administration determines those whose scholarship is a "B" average or better. Those who qualify in these three areas are then voted upon by the entire faculty for character qualifications. There are two elections each year. In February, only seniors are eligible, but in May both juniors and seniors are voted upon. Scholarship requirement for juniors is a "B+" average. New members are announced and inducted at a school assembly dur- ing which they take the oath of the society, and receive a membership card and a yellow rose. At the same time, they receive the keystone pin to wear proudly or to keep as a memento. Their parents and friends are invited to this induction service and to the reception which follows in the Homemaking Department. OFFICERS President . . . ..... ,.,... D ennis Lutz Secretary ..,.. ,... . , . Susan Couch Vice-President ..,. . Henry Toman Treasurer ..... .... A nn Lepkowski SPONSOR Miss Myrtle Evans MEMBERS Bisi, Josephg Couch, Susang Gibson, Jamesg Kulp, Russellg Lepkowski, Anng Lutz, Dennisg Modelski, Florenceg O'Loughlin, Peterg Flandzio, Leonag Schoenfeld, Barbarag St. Onge, Philipg Taylor, Linclag Toman, Henry. 42 STUDENT WCOUNCIL The purpose of the Student Council is to form a more stable school government and to assure proper representation for the student body. The Council consists of five seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, and two freshmen, all elected by their respective classes. OFFICERS President ...i....,......, Robert Chester Secretary ....., Joanne Longo Vice-President ..... , Robert Horozy Treasurer ...... ....... D ennis Lutz SPONSORS Mr. Robert Hart Mr. Gordon Fontanella MEMBERS SENIORS: Chester, Robertg Horozy, Robertg Longo, joanneg Lutz, Dennisg Misenti, Patricia. IUNIORS: Backus, Kentg Beal, Danielg Kirby, Mary Loug NVamer, Mary Lou. SOPHOMORES: Longo, Josephg Pollans, Lawrenceg Ruzycki, Frank. FRESHMEN: Forster, Howardg Toman, Arthur. ra l Xgl I im 5 I , , is 1-f+1l C L Ua s x N x i xxqb 153: 'O -ff? N A T lo ,X ,, , 1 f THE KEY CLUB The Key Club is a service organization comprised of boys from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. The aim of the Key Club is to develop in its members initiative, leadership ability, responsibility, and good char- acter. It does this by sponsoring service projects in the school and com- munity. This year's activities included parties for the children at the Dossin Beach Retarded Childrens Center, a Christmas basket drive for needy families, supervision of the conference of all Connecticut Key Clubs held at Maloney and the annual all-sports banquet. To retain membership, the boys must maintain a "Cn or better average and conduct themselves honorably. OFFICERS President ,. ....,. .. Russell Kulp Secretary ,.... joseph Bisi Vice-President .... Peter O'Loughlin Treasurer .,..,.. ....,.. D ennis Lutz SPONSOR Mr. David Beall MEMBERS Aldridge, Martin, Beal, Daniel, Beal, Michael, Behnke, Allen, Bisi, joseph, Chase, Barry, Cheerman, Leonard, Chester, Robert, Christy, Albert, Clark, Donald, Clark, George, Currie, Steven, Dashner, Robert, Dillmuth, John, Doucette, Christian, Fuller, Stephen, Gibson, James, Gibson, VVilliam, Gritz, Robert, Haaland, Andrew, Herath, Ronald, Knlp, Russell, Lapuc, Peter, Levine, Gerald, Longo, Joseph, Lutz. Dennis, McDonald, Robert, Malloy, Daniel, Newman, Charles, O'Connor, Michael, O'Loughlin, Peter, Parmentier, Michael, Perlot, Richard, Pollans, Lawrence, Polvani, Raymond, Ryan, Michael, St. Onge, Philip, Sartini, Richard, Schott, Robert, Shanley, Peter, Sholkovitz, Edward, Silverman, Robert, Soroka, William, Southard, Steven, Targonsky, Leonard: Thurrott, Burton, Toman, Henry: XValen, Dennis, Yale, Frederick. 44 THE MALONEY CRESCENT CLUB The newly-organized Crescent Club is comprised of senior and junior girls devoted to serving the school and community. Membership is based on scholarship, character, responsibility, service, and leadership. All mem- bers must have a "C" or better average in their studies. This club is not only beneficial to the school and community, but also to the members, because it gives the girls an opportunity to help others and to better them- selves while doing so. Even though the Crescent Club has been in existence for only a short while, the club has successfully completed several projects. Besides ushering at various school activities, the group gave a Christmas and Valentine party for eighty patients at Underclill, and contributed two hundred dollars to the Band Fund. OFFICERS President ..............,... Linda Taylor Recording Sec. ,..,.... Barrett Martin Vice-President .,.. Doreen Wessman Treasurer .......,....., Leslie Neidhart Corresponding Secretary ..,. Ellen LeGendre SPONSORS Miss Shirley Webster Mrs. Walter Lohrmann MEMBERS Amato, Sandra, Baillargeon, Barbara, Bartholomew, Joanie, Bogdanski, Elizabeth, Carey, Ellen, Carroll, Joan, Caturia, Wanda, Conlan, Kathy, Cook, Patricia, Cormier, Anita, Couch, Susan, Cox, Edie, Cunningham, Ellen, Cumeal, Kathy, Curtin, Ann, Danovich, Chris, DelFavero, Denise, DeMaria, Donna, DuBois, Madeline, Dziados, Chris, F ontanella, Kathy, Fordiani, Mary, Ghezzi, Gloria, Grabowski, Barbara, Grodicki, Betty, Cudelski, Trudy, Gustafson, Carol, Hackbarth, Carole, Hall, Karen, Hallbach, Margaret, Hampp, Justine, Hermann, Cindy, Higgins, Margaret, Huse, Carolyn, Jarvis, Rene, Kapitula, Lois, Karlhofer, Linda, Karsmarski, Judy, Kirby, Mary Lou, Klinski, Mary Ellen, Kopp, Alice, Kowalski, Betty, Kravchenko, Trina, Kwaak, Gail, Le Gendre, Ellen, Lepkowski, Ann, Lesiak, Barbara, Longo, Joanne, McKone, JoAnne, Marth, Janice, Martin, Barrett, Meskell, Carol, Miller, Patricia, Mixon, Carol, Modelski, Florence, Molloy, Patsy, Murdock, Marge, Neidhart, Leslie, Neville, Nina, 'Nissen. Nancy, Norton, Lucille, Olson, Jackie, Parente, Maria, Pasinski, Patricia, Plotica, Jean, Rhodes, Charlotte, Robb, Judy, Roden, Elinor, Ranclzio, Leona, Ryglinski, Rita, Schipke, Connie, Schnick, Diane, Schoenfeld, Barbara, Semolic, Carole, Smith, Marie, St. Arnauld, Donna, St. John, Virginia, Stickel, Gail, Studeny, Joan, Taylor, Linda, Traverso, Esther, Tully, Donna, Twiss, Cindy, Uryase, Bonnie, Vandrilla, Laurie, Walsh, Mary Ann, Wessman, Doreen, White, Judy, Woolley, Carol, Wright, Pam, Wysocki, Elaine, Zeitel, Linda. Rgse0'W t ua -00040-I WASHINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY The members of this club are offered an opportunity to keep apace with current affairs. Every month movies and speakers create an interest in foreign people and in foreign countries. A "C" average in a history course is necessary for membership. OFFICERS President s.s..,.., john Billingslea Secretary .. s.,, .. Marcia Norris Vice-President , .... c. Ronald Parks Treasurer .. ,, Michael Pierce SPONSORS Mr. Frederick Clark Mr. Eugene Wojick MEMBERS Andrescn, Arnie, Beaudry, Sharon, Billingslea, john, Bisbee, Bette, Blackburn, Adele, Brayshaw, jon, Cahill, Alison, Chester, Robert, Cirillo, David, Cunningham, Ellen, Dc-Maria, Donna, Cwichowski, Albert, Desmond, Patricia, Dorr, Sharon, Dowling, Busty, Fcctcau, Mary, Franz, Carolyn, Freitag, Michael, Cawitt, Karen, Gibson, VVilliam, Goldsmith, Ellen, Cralfam, Dorothy, Cudrian, Atte, Hall, Nancy, Hemxann, Cindy, Horozy, Robert, Hyman, Carole, Haufman, Connie, Kortum, Debby, Kotch, Thomas, Kurzweil, Betty, Kuta, Carlton, jagolinzer, Toby, Kalmanowicz, Bob, Kamenoff, William, Kopp, Alice, Krock, Melanie, LeCcndrc, Susan, Lucas, Lucille, Manfred, Dennis, McManasey, JoAnne, McConc, Charles, Mixon, Carol, Murdock, Marge, Neville, Nina, Newman, Charles, Nichols, Sarah, Norris, Marcia, O'Connor, Michael, Page, Fred, Parks, Ronald, Pascucci, David, Pellegrino, Sue, Pelrin, Pat, Perry, Donald, Phipps, Marion, Pierce, Michael, Plotica, Valerie, Pomian, Thomas, Quinn, Peter, Perkins, Pat, Ronner, Susan, Rotella, judy, Ruzycki, Frank, St. Arnauld, Phil, St. Onge, Philip, Staszewski, Ann, Stickcl, Cail, Studeny, Ioan, Surowiecki, Albert, Twiss, Cynthia, Uryase, Bonnie, YValker, Carol, XVanat, Ronald, YVard, Carol, NVhite, Judith, Wood, Judy, NVooIley, Carol: XVrigl1t, Pamela, Zajac, Laura. 46 CAMPUS C-JB The purpose of the Campus Club is to acquaint its members with the various types of colleges and the different phases of college life. Any girl planning to further her education after completing high school may join. The meetings feature guest speakers from colleges and a panel discussion by the women from the Meriden College Club. OFFICERS President ......,,.. Margaret Higgins Secretary .,.... .......... , . Edith Cox Vice-President .... Doreen Wessman Treasurer .,... ..... D enise Miller SPONSORS Miss Myrtle Evans Mrs. Edward Pooley Miss Barbara Luty MEMBERS Altobello, Lynn, Baillargeon, Barbara, Bames, Elinor, Barrett, Lynn, Bauchman, Nancy, Benson, Louise, Bochnik, Carol Ann, Bogdanski, Elizabeth, Borriello, Candy, Budzinack, Anne, Burgess, Joan, Carey, Ellen Sue, Carter, Mary, Cary, Laurie, Caturia, Wanda, Clegg, Lind, Conlan, Kathy, Cook, Pat, Couch, Sue, Cox, Barbara, Cox, Edie, Curtin, Ann, Dahlke, Rosemary, Danovich, Chris, DelFavero, Denise, Doyle, Susan, Finnance, Mary Anne, Fisher, Janice, Frazier, Judy, F ontanella, Kathy, Fordiani, Mary, Franz, Carol, Gawitt, Karen, Ghezzi, Gloria, Grabowski, Babs, Gudelski, Trudy, Hackbarth, Carol, Hall, Karen, Hall, Nancy, Hallbach, Margaret, Hanley, Cathy, Heselton, Shirley, Higgins, Peggy, Hodson, Vivian, Hyman, Carol, Junga, Joan, Karsmarski, Indy, Kaufman, Connie, Kierys, Judy, Kirby, Mary Lou, Kopp, Alice Kortum, Deborah, Kowalski, Betty, Krock, Donna, Krock, Melanie, Kwaak, Gail LeGendre, Ellen, Lepkowski, Ann, Lesiak, Barbara, Liber, Joan, Liska, Charlene Logozzo, Marlene, Longo, Joanne, Malm, Chris, Mancino, Lynn, Marschner, Claudia Marchand, Lisa, Martin, Barrett, McCormick, Sue, McKone, JoAnne, McKennan, Sue Norris, Marcia, Norton, Lucille, Roden, Ellieg. Scappaticci, Gloria, Schiffer, Cindy Schipke, Connie, Schnick, Diane, Schoenfeld, Barbara, Semolic, Carole, Shaw, Jann Staszewski, Anne, Stickel, Gail, Stickel, Loisjane, Studeny, Joan, Sujdalc, Carol Szymaszek, Sharon, Taylor, Linda, Tully, Donna, Turner, Marsha, Uryase, Bonnie Walsh, Mary Ann, Ward, Carol, Wamer, Mary Lou, Wessman, Doreen, WVhite, Iudy Wood, Mary, Woolley, Carol, Wright, Pam, Wysocki, Elaine, Young, Kathleen. swf' Meskell, Carol, Mongillo, Joanne, Neidhart, Leslie, Neville, Nina, Nissen, Nancy? DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN The purpose of the Der Deutsche Verein is to acquaint the members with the German language and way of life. Membership in Der Deutsche Verein is open to any student studying German "II" or "III" or maintaining a "B" average in German OFFICERS President .,,. . ,..... ,. Ierry Levine Secretary .. . Barbara Schoenfeld Vice-President . Bob McDonald Treasurer ...,.r,. ., judy W'hite SPONSOR Mr. Robert Thompson MEMBERS Aldridge, Murting Cook, Patg Dillmuth, Iackg Gibson, jamesg Glike, Fredg Heruth, Ronaldg Hermann, Cindyg Klinski. Mary Elleng Kulp, Russellg Levine, jerryg Lucas, Lucilleg Lutz, Dennisg Martin, Baxrrettg McDonald, Robertg O,L0lljIhliI'l, Peter: Ploticu, Jean: Schnick, Diane: SL-hoenfeld, Barbarag XVhite, Judy: VVood, Mary. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS At the meetings of Le Cercle Francais, members are given the oppor- tunity to converse in French and to further their knowledge of French life and customs. Membership in Le Cercle F rancais is open to students taking second or third year French or to those students who have completed two years of French. OFFICERS President ...,,..,.,...,.... Nancy Nissen Secretary ...,.. ,..e...... I udy Robb Vice-President .,... ...... E llen Carey Treasurer ....... ...i.. C arol Meskell SPONSORS Mrs. T. Mason Mahon Mrs. Carmelo Greco MEMBERS Carey, Elleng Centola, Christineg Dziados, Christineg Ghezzi, Gloriag Hampp, Iustineg Higgins, Margaretg Kirby, Mary Loug Kravchenko, Trinag Meskell, Carolg Newlon, Mary Ianeg Nissen, Nancyg Norton, Lucilleg Parente, Muriag Robb, Iudyg Zemetis, Eileen. 5 S1955 si LATIN CLUB The Latin Club encourages its members to become better acquainted with the Latin language and Roman civilization in a more informal atmos- phere than is possible in the classroom. Games, skits, songs, poems, and plays in Latin are all used in the meetings. Each member takes some part in these activities at one time or another during the year. OFFICERS President . .......... Mary Ann jurek Secretary ..,,.. .,.. M aria Parente Vice-President . ,..... Barrett Martin Treasurer . ,, Carole Hyman SPONSORS Miss Ruth Coleman Miss Barbara Luty Mrs. WVilliam Hampp MEMBERS Altobello, Marilyn, Badorek, Barbara, Baillargeon, Barbara, Bogdanski, Elizabeth, Carey, Ellen, Cavilieri, Sandi, Couch, Sue, Dziados, Maureen, Hodges, Trudy, Hyman, Carole, jurek, Mary Ann, Kapitula, Lois, Kaplan, Linda, Karsmarski, Judy, Klinski, Mary Ellen, Kowalski, Betty, Kusek, Ioan, Lepkowski, Ann, Logozzo, Marlene, Lynch, Pat, Lyons, Mary Ellen, Mancino, Lynn, Marchand, Lisa, Martin, Barrett, McKone, JoAnne, Molloy, Pat, Nissen, Nancy, Parente, Maria, Renier, Linda, Robb, Judy, Rossi, Elisa, Schnick, Diane, NVysocki, Elaine. Q '2 Y 4 - 1 . vf- 'llilg lt EL RINCON ESPANOL The purpose of the Spanish Club is to increase the knowledge of the Spanish students, while making Spanish "fun',. Membership is open to anyone taking Spanish. The club members improve their Spanish by pre- senting short skits and singing Spanish songs. They customarily celebrate Spanish holidays. OFFICERS President . ,,,. .,... C ynthia Sieracki Secretary ,.........,.,...,,, Carol Mixon Vice-President ..,..,.. Cynthia Krock Treasurer . .....,. Michael Donnelly SPONSOR Mrs. Alfred Bernarda MEMBERS Anderson, Donnag Bartholomew, Joanne, Carroll, Joan, Christy, Alg Donnelly, Michaelg Doyle, Susan, Gustafson, Carol, Harte, Kate, Heselton, Shirleyg Kosofsky, Martha, Krock, Cynthiag Kwaak, Gail, Lesiak, Barbarag Liber, Ioang Longo, Joanne, Mack, Diane, Mack, Nancy, Mixon, Carol, Molina, Maria, Mongillo, Joanne, Norton, Lucilleg O'Connor, Michaelg Pepe, Diane, Ryan, VVilliamg Sieracki, Cynthia, Stone, Melanieg Terapane, Linda, Wanat, Ronald. RusslAN LANGUAGE CLUB - The Russian Language Club was organized in 1959 to promote interest in and the knowledge of the Russian language. SPONSORS Mr. Stephen Hermaszewski Mrs. Alfred Bernada MEMBERS Grace, Donaldg jurek, Mary Anng Karlhoffer, Lindag Modelski, Florenceg Plotica, jeang Rotella, Iudithg VVright, Richard. J W fwfbrw Jaw" W V . y L ARY SERVICE CLUB Students who maintain a satisfactory scholastic average are eligible for membership in the Library Service Club. As the name implies, students work with librarians, assisting with the shelving, mending, and processing. Awards for faithful service are presented at the close of the school year. OFFICERS President ..,....... Florence Modelski Secretary ...... ..... C arol 'Walker Vice-President.,Marilyn Fontanella Treasurer ...,.. ...,.., I anet Williams SPONSORS Mrs. Ralph Gomez Mrs. Edward Knox MEMBERS D Burgess, joan, Cox, Marguerite, Davis, Phyllis, Doron, Patricia, Duffy, Wayne, Dunlop, Janet, Dziados, Maureen, Emmons, Wilbur, Feeney, Edward, Fontanella, Marilyn, Gawlak, james, Goodrich, Margaret, Crieco, Donna, Iurek, Mary Ann, Lyons, Mary Ellen, Maguder, Robert, Mallinson, David, Marinan, Barbara, Marslancl, Kathleen, Mikishka, Carol, Modelski, Florence, Person, Nancy, Pociadlo, Frank, Plunske, Gerry, Rotella, Judy, Schipritt, Kathleen, Scionti, Kathy, Sioch, Henry, Slobko, Eleanor, Stankiewicz, Richard, Tiezzi, Paula, Walker, Carol, NVhitney, George, VVilliams, janet, Wood, Judith. ,Zine A 2 L THE MALON EY MEGAPHONE "The Maloney Megaphone", the tri-weekly newspaper of Maloney High School, is edited entirely by Maloney Students. The purpose of The Mega- phone is to promote school activities, recognize the academic and social achievements of the students, and to keep the public well informed of activities at Maloney. The Megaphone also gives its members practical experience in the Held of journalism. 54 OFFICERS -Editor ...i.,.......... Maria Parente Assistant Editors .... Iudith Robb Linda Karlhofer SPONSORS Mr. Mario Cavallo Mrs. john Papandrea MEMBERS Dorr, Sharon, Hall, Nancy, Hallbach, Margaret, Karlhofer, Linda, Kaufman, Connie, Kowalski, Betty, Marchand, Lisa, Nejako, Robert, Parente, Mariag Perkins, Patricia, Robb, Judith, To- man, Henry, Walker, Carol. if H JOURNALISM CLUB The purpose of the journalism Club is twofold: to be helpful to the faculty in writing up school news for the newspaper, and to study the Held of journalism in order to plan a curriculum suitable for a class in journalism. OFFICERS President .,....,.........., Ioan Studeny Secretary ...,..,......, Ellen LeGendre Vice-President and Treasurer .... . Cressida Smith SPONSOR Mrs. Terence Kiernan MEMBERS Cahill, Alisong Goldsmith, Elleng Kulp, Russellg Le Gendre, Elleng Smith, Cressidug Studeny, Ioang Walker, Carolg VVi1liams, janetg Zemetis, Eileen. .2 Q' sf Q7 ' A-l sf Gift Q masons X V.. l T FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America Club offers students an opportunity to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, and its important role in our community. The Club also endeavors to culti- vate in its members the qualities of personality, character, and leadership which are essential 'in good teachers. Membership is open to any students in grade 9 through 12 who are interested in exploring teaching as a career. The program, which is planned by a special committee consisting of volun- teers from the club, usually entails a business meeting, a speaker, and re- freshments. OFFICERS President ..,.....,. Christine Dziados Secretary ,, . ..,...,.. Barbara Lesiak Vice-President ....., Justine Hampp Treasurer ...............,.... Cathie Zajac Librarian ..,. . .. , Kathleen Young SPONSOR Miss Margaret Dooley MEMBERS Barillaro, Diane, Barett, Lynn, Bauchmann, Nancy, Beldon, Lynn, Benson, Louisie, Blue, Barbara, Bochnik, Carol, Calkins, Linda, Cary, Laurie, Cashman, Betty, Centola, Chris, Clarlc, Barbara, Cunningham, Ellen, Davis, Phyllis, DeFlaviis, Marilyn, DeLuccia, Donna, Dominello, Lynn, Doron, Pat, Dowling, Betsy, Dunlop, Janet, Dziados, Christine, Dziadosz, Mary Elizabeth, Etter, Marybeth, Finnance, Mary Anne, Fisher, Janice: Fitzgerald, Kathy, Fontanella, Kathy, Fordiani, Mary, Calluzzo, Connie, Cawitt, Karen, Hampp, Iustine, Jurgran, DoeAnn, Kieman, Dorothy, Kowalski, Betty, Kusek, joan, Kusha, Lorraine, Kwaak, Gail, LeCendre, Susan, Lesiak, Barbara, Lynch, Pat, Marchand, Lisa, Marrow, Barbara, McKone, JoAnne, Meskell, Pat, Neville, Nina, Nicholas, Sarah, Perrin, Patricia, Person, Nancy, Schumann, Donna, Simon, Anne, Sioch, Henry: Staszewski, Anne, Syzmaszek, Sharon, Vosgien, Kathy, Vytell, Diana, VValsh, Mary Ann, XVamer, Mary Lou, NVilliams, janet, NVright, Pamela, Young, Kathleen, Zaclorozmy, Mary Ellen, Zajac, Cathie, Zajac, Laura. 56 FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA The Future Nurses of America provides its members with the chance to explore the opportunities in the nursing Held. Members also learn the value of medical education in service to the school, hospital, and community. Speeches by members of the medical professions, movies, and field trips help the members to gain further information. Members of the Club offer their services as volunteers at the Meriden and Memorial Hospitals. After completing fifty hours of service, the girls receive their caps at an impressive capping ceremony. After one hundred hours of service, the girls receive stripes. To retain membership in the club, freshmen must render five hours of service in the school infirmary, heart fund, or in other such agencies. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors must render five hours of service by january, and another live hours by June. OFFICERS President , ............. Ann Lepkowski Secretary ..........,. Barbara Badorek Vice-President ........ Carol Meskell Treasurer ...,,............,..,... joan Lang SPONSOR Miss Bette DelCiorno MEMBERS Anderson, Donna, Badorek, Barbara, Beal, Marilyn, Carey, Ellen, Cassidy, Diane, Civale, Carol, Civale, Gale, Christy, Florence, Czerwanka, janet, DeMaria, Donna, Fontanella, joan, Forester, Carolyn, Cudelski, Gertrude, Cutman, Nina, Harrison, Gail, Hourigan, Diane, Hull, Pat, Hyde, Christine, Irovando, Marilyn, Kenealy, Peggy, Kolek, Cheryl, Laclcipo, Carol, Lang, Joan, Laurendeau, Aline, Lepkowski, Ann, Mahoney, Charlotte, McColdrick, Marybeth, Meskell, Carol, Moratti, Carolyn, Muenchow, Carol, Neidhart, Leslie, Orzeck, Kathy, Passerini, Pamela, Pepe, Diane, Pigeon, Nancy, Pulcinella, Mary Ann, Rossi, Elisa, Ryder, Helen, Salka, Karen, Semolic, Irene, Smith, Leslie, Sorenson, Linda, Thurrot, Judy, Twiss, Cynthia, Vlfestermeyer, Patricia, Zaborowski, Catherine. 57 Fi: BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club offers students an opportunity to widen their voca- tional and avocational horizons. Pupils can carry on individual experiments in the laboratory where they apply principles learned in the classroom. In addition, guest speakers present new material of a practicable nature, which acts as a stimulus for further investigation. OFFICERS President ,,.,.. ......,...... I oseph Bisi Vice-President ....... .. Atte Cudrian Secretary-Treasurer , . Martin Aldridge SPONSORS Mr. Norman Burgdorf Mr. Richard Hackbarth MEMBERS Aldridge, Marting Anton, Kennethg Bisi, Josephg Brown, Donaldg Centola, Christineg Curley, Kathleeng Curtis, johng Dziados, Maureeng Gibson, Jzlmesg Cudrian, Atteg Hart, Namcyg Herath, Ronultlg Jordan, Matthewg Kalmunowitz, Ralphg Kotch, Thomasg Mansolf, Barburug Milloy, Richarclg Modelski, F lorenceg Nejako, Robertg Neuman, Betsyg Plotica, Ieang Plunske, Ceraldineg Quirk, Mary Loug Sartini, Richartlg Surowiecki, Albertg Vytell, Diana: XValker, Carolg XVarseck, Michaelg Zajac, Kathleeng Zemetis, Eileen. W0 V PHYSICS CLUB The Physics Club aims to stimulate and broaden the students' interest in physical sciences. The experiments and demonstrations performed by the members provide an opportunity to develop new concepts and thoughts about physical laws and their application. OFFICERS President ...... . Michael Parmentier Secretary .i... ...... C arol Mixon lst Vice-President .. Michael Pierce Treasurer ......, ...... I ohn Dillmuth 2nd Vice-President ............ William Kamenoff SPONSOR Mr. john C-alski MEMBERS Brayshaw, jon, Dillmuth, John, Donnelly, Michael, Fuller, Stephen, Gibson, William, Gibson, james, Gudrian, Atte, Hall, Clayton, Herath, Ronald, Kamenoft, William, Kortum, Deborah, Kotch, Thomas, Kuta, Carlton, Lapuc, Peter, Lepkowski, Ann, Lang, joanne,'Lutz, Dennis, Malloy, Daniel, Mixon, Carol, O'Connor, Michael, Parks, Ronald, Parmentier, Michael, Perlot, Richard, Pierce, Michael, Schoenfelcl, Barbara, Schott, Robert, Semolic, Carole, Silverman, Robert, Toman, Henry. 1' 1 A ,' gf I ,p I u 1 ,, I ,.x.-,: '.x---r.-- N 4.- , 1' .hr n s t x ,f Q.: x . 1 - -.1 1 .,Ar2Jv-, M ,wwf P 'yy' Q" fy nv ' I mlb. ir .H-' ' Nw- 4-12.3 ..95v' ' ,' 1 Rf?-Q 1' I ' .L-' X1 - ' 9 "Q I 'rf 59 IE CHEMISTRY CLUB The Chemistry Club consists of past and present chemistry students who have maintained a "B" average or better in chemistry. The club stimu- lates interest in extending the frontiers of science and in applying scientific knowledge to practical, everyday occurrences. Experiments are frequently performed by the students at the meetings. In addition, the students are often given the opportunity to hear various speakers and view movies concerned with the field of chemistry. - OFFICERS President ......., Leonard Targonsky Vice-President in charge of Secretary-Treasurer .. Patricia Cook Programs ...,.................. joseph Bisi MEMBERS Aldrich, jam, Bisi, joseph, Cnrubctta, Dominic, Cook, Patricia, Dufresne, Iosephg Gibson, James, Cuclriun, Atteg Hemth, Rong jordan, Matt, Lyons, Mary Ellen, Nejuko, Robertg Perry, Donultlg Schoenfelcl. Barbaralg Shanley, Peterg Targonsky, Leonard, NVright, Richard. 60 ' 'Q kj KQV PROPS AND PAINTS The purpose of Props and Paints is to stimulate and encourage a theatrical interest in Maloney High School's student body and in the com- munity. Through an active part in one of the many phases of drama produc- tion, members learn organization and production techniques. OFFICERS President . .............r... Clayton Hall Secretary ...... ....... A nn Curtin Vice-President .... Joseph Longo Treasurer .. ,, ..a., Gloria Ghezzi SPONSORS Mr. Arthur Lamothe Mr. George Hodson Mr. John Kenney MEMBERS Adamik, Linda, Aldridge, Nancy, Bety, Linda, Bisbee, Bette, Blalceslee, Keith, Bochnick, Carol, Bodero, Rose, Budzinack, Anne, Carey, Lynn, Centola, Ralph, Christy, Florence, Clark, Barbara, Corcoran, Mary, Curtin, Ann, Cwiekowski, Judy, Dashner, Robert, DeLuccia, Donna, Desmond, Pat, Donofrio, Donald, Dorr, Sharon, Dunlop, Janet, Dziados, Chris, Emmons, XVilliam, Etter, Marybeth, Fenick, Mary Ann, Fontanella, Marilyn, Fontanella, Cary, Gay, Marion, Gilmore, Margot, Glover, Ray, Haaland, Andrew, Hackbarth, Carole, Hall, Clayton, Hanley, Ellen, Harrison, Gail, Hicks, Cecile, lrovanda, Marilyn, Jurek, Mary Ann, Kenealy, Peggy, Kline, Charles, Kurzweil, Betty, Kotch, Thomas, Larsen, Emest, LeCendre, Sue, Lilienthal, Nancy, Lisha, Charlene, Longo, Joseph, Longo, Gail, Lynch, Paul, Maguder, Majorie, Maguder, Linda, Marchetti, Carol, Marchetti, Darlene, Marshner, Claudia, McCormick, Sue, McGrath, Noreen, McMaramy, JoAnn, Modelski, Florence, Morrissey, Linda, Murdock, Marge, Novinski, Joan, Nurczyk, Karen, Paluconis, Sandra, Perkins, Patti, Perrin, Pat, Ricci, Mary Elizabeth, Robinson, Judy, Rogers, Dan, Rotella, Judy, Ryan, Sue, Ryglinski, Rita, Sanders, John, Scappaticci, Donna, Schiffer, Cindy, Schipke, Connie, Scionti, Kathy, Sibley, Gerald, Smith, Leslie, Thurrott, Judy, Tiezzi, Paula, Trawicke, JoAnne, Uryase, Jan, Vytell, Diane, Wolford, Andrew, Wolford, Jeanne, NVarseck, Mike, White, Kenneth, XVright, Richard, Zajac, Cathie, Zemetis, Eileen. CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB This club meets every Friday to teach chess to anyone unacquainted with the game and to help perfect the game for those who know something about it. Each year a tournament for members is held, and in the course of the year some matches are held with other schools. ' OFFICERS President ..,..,.......,.... Donald Grace Secretary ...... .,.........,... E d Piatek V ice-President ........ Stew Stocking Treasurer ....,. ...., M ichael Freitag SPONSOR Mr. Frederick Clark MEMBERS Anton, Ken, Berger, Dick, Currie, Stephen, Curtis, john, Freitag, Michael, Grace, Donald, Gregory, Keith, Hyatt, NVilliam, jordan, Matthew, Kalmanowitz, Bob, Kotch, Thomas, Limon, Gary, Oatis, Jim, Page, Fred, Piatek, Ed, Pierce, George, Pierce, Mike, Pronovost, Dick, Shanley, Pete, Stocking, Stew. A 9 E 9 f ? f f 4 4 Q FORUM The Forum consists of students who wish to engage in discussions and debates. Members learn the proper methods for debating and public speak- ing by preparing themes on interesting and timely subjects. Any interested student in the school is invited to join. OFFICERS President .,,., ....,, A nn Lepkowski Secretary .... . Ellen Cunningham Vice-President .,., Esther Traverso Treasurer ..,....... ,... . Patricia Cook SPONSOR Miss Claire DuPlessis MEMBERS Aldrich, Jang Boutin, Alg Cirillo, Davidg Cook, Patriciag Cunningham, Elleng Donnelly, Michaelg Hall, Nancyg Kaufman, Connieg Lepkowski, Aung Levine, Ceraldg Levine, Susang McDonald, Ftobertg Rotella, Judithg Toman, Arthurg Toman, Henryg Truverso, Estherg Wright, Richard. ,Ti an QS GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB The purpose of the Girls' Bowling Club is to develop good sportsman- ship and a competitive spirit in its members, while providing exercise and entertainment. Membership in this group is open to any girl interested in bowling. The girls bowl at local bowling alleys every week. OFFICERS President . ...r r.......,r... C ecile Hicks Secretary ...r, .... D enise DelFavero Vice-President ...,.. Linda Karlhofer Treasurer ..... ..i... N adine Boisvert SPONSOR Mrs. Frances VVynne MEMBERS Boisvert, Donna, Boisvert, Nadineg Cary, Laurieg Crooker, Carolg Curneul, Kathyg DelFavero, Deniseg F ranchi, Paula, Cay, Mimig Goodrich, Margaret, Guay, Pat, Hicks, Cecile, Hoffman, Sandyg Hull, Patg Karlhofer, Linda, McKone, IoAnneg Olson, Jackie, Revoir, F rancineg Rotella, Judy, Ziemelis, Klara. X HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to stress the responsibility of the homemaker in American society and to promote a growing apprecia- tion of homemaking. The Club sponsors an annual Mother-Daughter ban- quet in the spring. OFFICERS President .......,.......... Linda Preece Secretary .....r,...,..,.. Suzanne Doyle Vice-President .....,...... Gail Stickel Treasurer ..,.,. MaryAnn Pulcinella SPONSORS Mrs. Francis Curley Miss Marie Rideout MEMBERS Albano, Dorinag Clark, judyg Curley, Kathyg Doyle, Suzunneg Esposito, Lindag Forster, Carolyng Gay, Mimig Gagnon, Sueg Goodrich, Margaretg Gudelski, Patg Gudelski, Trudyg Hackbarth, Cinclyg Heselton, Beverlyg Heselton, Shirleyg Jennings, Kareng Krupa, Lindag LaF leur, Canclyg LaMay, Reginag Lucz, Sallyg McManamy, joAnng Olson, Jackieg Preece, Lindag Pulcinella, Mary Anng Smith, Trudyg St. John, Virginiag Stickel, Gailg Stickle, Lois janeg Tiezzi, joyceg Vzmdrilla, Laurie. 'Nj N 1 , 'Q 2? WWQ, QM? 'T LA' MALONEY HIGH SCHOOL BAND Q! fl! .f The members of the Maloney High School Band have a chance to develop their musical talents and to become better educated in the field of music. Throughout the year, the students participate in assemblies, at some football games, in parades, at concerts, and at the Christmas Sing. SPONSOR Mr. Guy Bates MEMBERS Albrycht, John, Altobello, Marilyn, Aniskiewicz, Charles, Anziano, Barbara, Bart, Kenneth, Bibeau, Stephan, Bisi, Ioe, Blakeslee, Bruce, Blum, Robert, Boris, Peter, Brown, Donald, Bratcher, Clifford, Cahill, Allison, Caplan, Linda, Carey, Lynn, Chase, Franklin, Conologue, Gerald, Currie, Steve, DePizzol, Nancy, Dashner, Robert, DuBois, Karen, England, Herbert, Esposito, Barbara, Fearnley, john, Feeney, Ed, Feldhouse, Carol, Cuertin, Mime, Gilmartin, Betsy, Coda, Richard, Gregory, Keith, Grossman, Richard, Hackbarth, Cynthia, Hampage, Ricky, Hand, Robert, Hart, Nancy, Heath, Ian, Herlot, Edith, Hobson, Muriel, Hopkins, Brian, Kaplan, Linda, Katz, Richard, Knell, Chester, Kravchenko, Trina, Lagocki, Alex, Lampman, Dianne, Levine, Susan, Levine, Je , Loiko, Robert, McManamy, joan, Magrath, George, Marchand, Lisa, Marshall, Wlillham, Martinel, joe, Olson, David, Parrish, Brian, Pastemak, Mike, Person, Nancy, Pesco, Eric, Robbins, Gerald, Robinson, Judy, Sartini, Richard, Semolic, Irene, Semolic, Peter, Shea, Brian, Shortelle, Cynthia, Siebert, Diane, Simon, Anne, Smith, Dale, Smith, James, Staback, Terry, Stacey, Mike, Taylor, Linda, Thurrott, jim, Tiezzi, Joyce, Toman, Richard, XVanat, David, NValsh, Kathy, Wasselak, James, Wettish, Robert, White, Kennith, VVood, Mary, Woolley, Carroll, Yale, Fred, Yale, John, Zabrowski, Cathy. 66 ,, .- .. Y , A 1 4. 1- ' , MALONEY SQHOO-If MAJORETTES The Maloney High Schodl elclajorettes' yfere organized to accompany the band. They perform at football giamesfeoi-rcerts, and parades. In order to be in the organization, a girl, must have had considerable experience in baton twirling. "' - 4 F- M QQ Captain . . ,. Donna Anderson C0-Captain ,. .. ..... Nancy Mack 'Q SPONSOR Mr. Guy Bates MEMBERS Anderson, Donnag Cam-vzlri, Kuthyg Calkins, Lindag Kelty, Murieg Lel-lerissier, Carolg Mack, Nancyg Maguder, Linclag Miller, Dennieg Pascucci, Cathyg Scionti, Kathy. IJ J 67 -x , yy' i J l ,N -iff J' ,. -fl lj bl W 0 '3 vm ,MJ MW !l,1.t"u V, ,fu i 14 M 1 J' ' , fifff, M' L15 :Vw d' 68 ORC H EST RA The Maloney High School Orchestra provides students with an oppor- tunity to develop their musical talent, if they have some proficency on string instruments. The orchestra furnishes music for various school functions. This year, the orchestra performed at the Christmas Sing. The highlight of the year is the Spring Concert. SPONSOR Mr. Guy Bates MEMBERS Altobello, Marilyn, Anziano, Barbara, Benoit, Noel, Bibeau, Stephan, Blouin, Ron, Boris, Peter, Chase, Frank, Cosher, jan, Dara, Mike, DeFlaviis, Marilyn, Dowling, Bets , DuBois, Karen, DuBois, Judy, Engert, Ralph, Golena, Halinag C-radwell, David, Hacibarth, Cynthia, Hall, Nancy, Hobson, Muriel, Irvando, Marilyn, Kaufman, Connie, Knell, Chester, Kravchenko, Trina, Nicholas, Sarah, Parrish, Bruce, Pascucci, Cathy, Penin, Pat, Reeves, Tom, Robinson, Judy, Schiffer, Cynthia, Semolic, Irene, Silvennan, Robert, Smith, Dale, Thurrot, jim, Toman, Arthur, White, Kennith, Yale, Fred, Zajac, Laura. 2.4. ll CHORUS The Maloney High School Chorus offers students an opportunity to enjoy group singing. The Chorus sings in school at inspirational assemblies and at the Christmas Sing, besides presenting a combined concert with the Platt Chorus and with the Meriden Symphony Orchestra. SPONSOR Mr. Antonio Parisi MEMBERS Albrycht, B5 Anderson, D, Baigert, C, Bames, D5 Beal, D5 Beldon, Lg Benoit, C3 Berwick, jg Boisvert, Ng Borriello, C5 Burgess, jg Burke, Lg Burkhardt, K3 Calkins, My Carey, Eg Casper, S3 Cox, B3 Curtis, Kg Diaz, G3 Dobensky, jg Dodge, C5 Fisher, jg Fontanella, Kg Franz, C, Cast, Lg Giuffrida, jg Clover, R5 Goldsmith, Mg Crailam, D, Groclzicki, R, Gura, Ag Gustafson, Cy Hall, Ng Huse, C3 Kamens, Pg Karsmarski, jg Kieman, D3 Kileen, Pg Kopp, A, Kotch, Tp Kowalski, B, Kuta, C, Lucas, Lg Lamarine, S, Larochelle, jg Laurendeau, Ag LeCendre, E, LeHerrisier, C3 Lesse, CQ Lloyd, Ig Lockert, Kg Lombardo, S3 Longo, Gp Lynch, Vg Malerba, R, Martancik, D, Marth, jg Maskell, R3 McCarthy, Lg McCuiness, Pg Meehan, Pg Metivier, R3 Miller, D, Murdock, Mg Murphy, XV, Oatis, Ig O'Connor, Mg Parks, R5 Perlot, Hg Petite, Ag Petroske, My Petrucelli, Vg Phipps, Mg Polvani, R, Raby, Gp Rafferty, Sq Rancourt, Ig Reppert, D3 Revoir, F: Biberio, J, Sakel, Pg Schnick, Pg Shryock, R, Siebert, D, Stacey, M3 St. Amauld, Dg Stevens, Pg St. Pierre, G, Stopko, Ag Vinci, Pg West, Ig Whinnem, L: VVootl, M 3 Wright, P. 4 Literary Staff LITERARY EDITORS joan Studeny Nancy Nissen LITERARY STAFF Boisvert, Nadineg DuBois, Madelineg Casper, Sueg Clark, judyg Custy, Iackieg DeLorenzo, Carolg Craffam, Dorothyg Hackbarth Carolg Hermann, Cindyg Heselton, Beverlyg jagolinzer, Toby Kieman, Dorothyg Krock, Williamg Levine, Ceraldg McDonald Robertg Miller, Dianeg Misenti, Patriciag Mixon, Carolg Morehouse: Marthag Murdock, Marjorieg Neville, Ninag Pascucci, Davidg Pasin- ski, Patriciag Pellegrino, Susang Petroske, Marilyng Petrucelli Virginiag Roden, Elinorg St. john, Virginiag Traverso, Estherg Vandrilla, Lorettag VValker, Carol. THE CO-EDITOR Barbara Schoenfeld CLUB EDITORS Margaret Higgins Christine Dziados SPORTS EDITORS Dennis Lutz Robert McDonald SPORTS STAFF Heratb, Ronaldg Lutz, Dennis Donald, Robertg Toman, Henry ART EDITOR Deborah Kortum ART STAFF Cook, Patriciag Cox, Edithg Gay, Mimig Chezzi. Cloriag Jurelc, Mary Anng Iagolinzer, Tobyg Kor- tum, Debbyg Kotch, Thomasg Longo, Ioanneg Ryglinski, Ritag NVard, Carol. 70 Art Staff JANUS CO-EDITOR Russell Kulp TYPISTS Denise DelFavero Virginia St. John SPONSORS Miss Mary Flynn Mrs. Eugene Cineo Mr. john Makrogianis Mr. john Riccio Business Staff BUSINESS EDITOR Linda Zeitel BUSINESS STAFF Bischofsberger, Mary jeang Boisvert, Nadineg Clark, judyg Cormier Anitag Cumeal, Kathyg Danovitch, Christineg DelFavero, Deniseg DeLorenzo, Carolg Goodrich, Margaretg Hackbarth, Carolg Hall, Constanceg Hart, Lindag Heselton, Beverlyg St. John, Virginiag Vandrilla, Laurieg Vivari, juneg Wood, Maryg Zeitel, Linda. Photography Staff PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS Carol Hackbarth Alice Kopp PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Hackbarth, Carolg Karlhofer, Lindag Kopp, Aliceg Malm, Christineg Preece, Lindag Stickel, Cailg Tiezzi, Joyce. 71 If A, Pi lar: ,. A X LQ PROJECTORS CLUB The Projectors Club is one of the most interesting and active service clubs of Maloney High School. The members give up their study periods to help teachers show films and slides to their students. OFFICERS President ..s.... ,...., D avid Pascucci Vice-President ....,.., Burton Shapiro SPONSORS Mr. Robert Russell Mr. Albert Bordonaro ' Mr. john Awdziewicz MEMBERS Anton, Kennethg Dara, Michaelg Kaminski, josephg Knapp, Richardg Kotch, Thomasg McKone, Charlesg Pascucci, Davidg Piatek, Iohng Schott, Robertg Shapiro, Burtong Sibley, Ceraldg Stocking, Stewartg YValker, Carolg VVinkel, David. GREEN PEPPERS The greatest contribution of the Pep Club is its support of the cheer- leaders. The club is divided into different groups, each having its own activity for a designated game. Some of the activities include making Hash cards, originating skits for half-time, and making shakers. At the end of the year, an award is given to the most creative group. SPONSORS Mrs. Walter Lohrmann Mrs. Benjamin VVysocki CHEERLEADER REPRESENTATIVE Ioan Studeny ,vu STAMP CLUB 46 The Stamp Club is a new club, formed to promote interest in stamp xyupi, collecting. Membership is open to any student with a real interest in col- gh -qgglf Y., , I lecting and trading stamps. E OFFICERS, ' 2 -' ' .' President ........,..,....,.., Roger Cole Secretary ...., ,,..... R ichard Milloy :LL TE gmr Vice-President ...... Kenneth Anton Treasurer ........ ,, Donald Perry n ,girl pg SPONSORS A 'A' ' ,I Mr. Robert Thompson Mr. Eugene Wojick :nw :sri-:E-fcggarifliooh S 912 IIS. POSLKGIE 1962 O Anton, Kennethg Cole, Rogerg Milloy, Richardg Perry, Donald. 72 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Senior Induction The following seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society at a special school assembly on February 28th: Seated, left to right: Edith Cox, Patricia Cook, Elizabeth Bogdanski, Loret- ta Vandrilla, Carol Hackbarth, Nancy Nissen, Margaret Higgins. Standing: Gerald Levine, William Gibson, Mary Ann Iurek, Ellen Le- Gendre, Linda Zeitel, Doreen Wessman, Joanne Longo, Carol Mixon, Clay- ton Hall, Michael Parmentier. NAT! 0 NA L in 2 'E HDNOR V sogm-.yy -3 Mill, f E' X 75 ,I an E552 -f ' v ,L x ' A hx 5, ax 5-A ff ?'-- 'Q , ' ,ff f5Q'MV X ,wffjf pf ,V WWW UWT TVX my ff5WlUVQ' tv'fff5'W M Law W ,M ,jf 7,1 J glvwfjilvvzw JMX!!! W N :WW he .MWLLD vow? 9 KN Q Aff X 1:1 x F 1 CQS W s. ' jg? 5 I X55 CfiQM1 , 4' EAEQCLASSMEN r I 4 ,QW C' X -rip!-54-f L,,".fJ -X j 1 , f ,Vx 4 'xv g., ,Lf Q . w v LV' f 7, ., , f , :F un LOI' -wx A., il 1 . If ,um of Harbor ociglzid unior Clan SPONSORS MR. GEORGE HODSON MR. ARTHUR LAMOTHE blk f MRS. MACDALENE NAWROCKI MRS. JEAN MCELROY OFFICERS KENT BACKUS DANIEL BEAL President Vice-President MARY LOU WARNER Secretary I 79 STEVE SOUTHARD Treasurer Sophomore Cladd SPONSORS MR. STEPHEN HERMASZEWSKI MR. EUGENE WVOIICK MRS. MARIANN E PAPANDREA MISS SHIRLEY OFFICERS FRANK RUZYCKI xy wwf? President 4 W , V IVIAN HODSON 80 RAYMOND ROBERTS Secretary Treasurer MR. IOHN MAKROGIAN IS HOWARD FORSTER President gr-ealunan Clam SPONSORS MR. ORLANDO VECE MRS. IUSTINE HAMPP MISS ELIZABETH FLYNN OFFICERS LINDA CWIAZDOWSKI Vice President SUSAN LeGENDRE ANN STASZEWSKI Secretary 81 .. Treasurer . V V N .Homecoming lance 85 sw , ,Q N X vw Xxx G9 S 'M'-D E qw f 6 W-L 1 SSPORTSEE I 87-4G5 l. S- fwi, Q Q N? 4,5 N HH if Isis 'QQ Vg? 9, M N k NH ' s 0 Q Q ss Q -4 v W mf X, VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front row, left to right: Eleanor Roden, Co-Captain Susan Couch, joan Studeny,4Vicki Martin. Back row: Doreen Wessman, Elizabeth Bogdanski, Co-Captain VVanda Caturia, Carol Gustafson, Ellen LeGendre, Ann Lepkowski. CHEERLEADING AT MALONEY School s irit is an essential part of high school sports. Our very active cheerleaders have done more than their share in contributing an abundance of this school spirit. They followed and cheered for our football and bas- ketball squads, whether the teams played at home or away. For each game, every member of the cheerleading squad also made posters to hang in the halls of the school. We owe much to our cheerleaders. M wi wi W - 1 ' - W ' 'A1 f Ax SAWLZNQQX FSU L up Gjygf. to Lwmr QS SQUAD MEMBERS a ac , are emo Left to right: Janice Fisher, Chris Danovich, Margaret H llb h C 1 5 l P t Misenti, jan Paczek, Mary Ellen Klinski. J UNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS SPARTAN 87. ,Q fr Nr' 'hr I' l and ,Xt '-Q '- Q, as R f Q 2' A f. Q Y. ' f' 9 g Sf Q 14 ' QSTQE lgg-'iYgfQgoQg:-1 I ni 3 -i is K , ff- AQYQXBE Q84 X fl' X94 AAP! x4?,x2'7 'J 33 "'1 'E ,I 41' A N ' ' I S , gb if ,X 'i ,, ,l P f F !,0 , is f' -' 2'-..,1x:1!'IW"W'3 "li" ' f' I ,,23gfF?!' ,..: ef 5 ,s -' , fe? Q ,V gn , Q if . .Q .gg .5 r, -- 1.-v fp .. - .afmxj -. 4 A G.-: -V Xt? 'S-'syef,.' was .mag sa ' df 1 . ' . - 1 ' 5 ' WDs I I W' 1 A A X x ,, x, .r R vb, 1.1 5 5? '.g3 ,vm.. A , , f 37 i "-is ff? ' 4 ' ,J gxfizf ' -' t,,,ff'nk 1 y ,xx , XXX X H. XX! c xxf-U' A1 A ' ,Q 1 , P Qi f K' 'W .y . . lf 1 ,xx 5, P ' " Q A fi 'N if SILVER Bob Chester Presented Bernard Sprafke Award for the Second Straight Time! Spartans Tie Conard for CCIL Crown! MALON EY - 32 Ii PLATT - 8 BOWL Maloney Wins Silver Bowl for Third Consecutive Year! MALONEYS ALL-CCIL PLAYERS: Frank Higgins Bob Chester gee Annino jo n Billin slea Aldo Scoifine 91 Front row, left to right: Richard Berger, Mgr., Steve Currie, Pete Curley, Dennis VVhalen, Al Christy, Burt Thurrott, Pete Lapuc, George Clark, Ned Frederick, Guy Diaz, Captain. THE CROSS COUNTRY RECORD 1961 Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney CThe Lowest Score Winsl 16 Cromwell 26 Conard 15 Lyman Hall 23 Manchester ., 28 VVilson 23 Wethersfield 18 NVindham 15 Bristol Eastem 15 North Haven 19 Bristol Central 15 Middletown 20 Platt 15 Southington MEMBERS Back row: Anthony Gura, Mgr., Howard Ridley, Richard Bisbee, Bill Logvin, Len Unanski, Brian Dow, joe Sielqzfrt, Bob Schott, Al Rossbach, Bill Murphy, Coach Bea . 1 CROSS COUNTRY The perennial bridesmaid to football, Ma- loney's cross country squad, stole the limelight in only its third year of inter-scholastic competi- tion by having an undefeated season. The Spar- tan runners, who race a distance of more than 2.5 miles during competition, finished the 1961 season with a 13-0-1 record. Mr. Beall, the team's coach, has great expec- tations for his squad in '62. Led by Captain Guy Diaz, the entire starting team will return as seniors and juniors for the cross country wars next season. COACH David Beall ms. - f K X- M-G. fix A George Clark finishing ahead of Pete Lapuc Ned Frederick straining for another sterling after 2.7 grueling miles. performance. 93 SOCCER SQUAD Front row, left to right: Chet Knell, Al Behnke, Andy Steve Rafferty, Art Miglietta, Bob Dennis, and Ray Regas, Al Surowiecki, Bill Baldwin, Tim Thurrott, john Roberts. Ivers, and Tom Clark. Back row: Hank Bundock, Tom Kotch, Marty Aldridge, Second row: Coach Bob Bergeron, Mgr. Dale Graham, Bill Hyatt, Pete O'Loughlin, Joe Martinell, Mike Ryan, Bob Blume, jerry Silvestro, Warren David, Tom Potter, and Bruce Valentine. SOCCER Although the Spartan record was not up to pre-season expectation, there was one consolation at the end of the season when junior Tom Potter received honorable mention for an all-CCIL team. C0-Captains Pete O'Loughlin and Bill Hyatt, two of the Eve seniors on the squad well earned their positions, which were assigned by rookie Coach Bob Bergeron. I ..... A L. a 94l I !.Xx S, M, Q . - me ,.f - - s Sf f 45 " 1 , .Z:1 V:V i H ,, 1. I . i. . .i:, .W . 'ff '-F2 1 ' W? iii - lx ff L ,fre X1 1 ' zf 9 I , F za kzL El ails! B. H' ' 'f--g 5 KN. , Mya- K. wwf ..-' if 5, - 5 ef H i 'f., 1- gin Wm HQ M' as RW WN 'W5Nwv'H bam, eu ml' I s il .1 1 E Y ,M 1 . ' F Q F gr ' ff ' A .A " 1'-1.5 . ' ' '2 . ' 111 K X G+ X ' 1 rg A :A ' 1 N f K U. , , .. S' q,-L j sf' -' ' 7' W ' A W '. W- - , -f L-X, W, - .fl .sg uv, QQ 'Ve f S ,, ' MM 1 , x . k " ' i. cj - ., .1 ai 31- . Q H I V X- t F- K, 3 - 1 B . ' - f Q i il 11-. fr ,, L ., W K J x ' P Q . - ,L ' V f 1 ' f, f 1 ,, 'r 5 m,, f ' ,, i 4, k ' , P ' K f K ,lf gi f-if'-wligf ff'i?'Ef: ' y ' ' T? M QS ' 5- 5' , - ,, f - , . .1 '-4' f 1: fin f N: Q asf' fla f g X F 3 4 :gf-' W fi LV, J, f2 'sfSg, x X 9 I . rx 4993 'E N fx? , . -,NkT.,jl. Q is I EEA? ,gl Q QW' Q Yi 5 M v-1.15, 6 Q YM., 33 SQ. you sf 4, Q RJ Si? A 1 wi 3 K 2 X , ,mf 1 fig . 5 3 , QQ 0 1. A Wm: Q' 5 if iw fi ww 0 me-:qua WR . EE X if fyxt Q, A fm Q by 2 , N 4, JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM MEMBERS Kneeling, left to right: Bob Michalowski, Bill Loiko, john Lemkovitz, Ned Frederick, and Frank Ruzycki. Standing: Mgr. Bob Fontanella, Larry Pollans, Hank Bundock, Dick Schuy- ler, Loyd Miller, Al Stopko, and Coach Nessing. JUNIOR VARSITY cmd FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Both the junior Varsity and Freshman teams provided Ma- loney fans with a fine example of determination and skill. The IV's, coached by Mr. Ben Nessing, overcame an early season slump to end the campaign with a 10-8 record. The Freshmen, coached by Mr. Vece, also displayed their ability to win games as they compiled a 13-1 record. If the records of both these teams are any indication of the future hoop teams at Maloney, our schoolis basketball picture should be exceedingly bright in the coming years. Loyd Miller in action FRESHMAN PLAYERS Kneeling, left to right: VVintton Filipek, Ron Soroka, john Bafuma, Paul Cilmartin, jim V anHennick. Standing: Coach Vece, jim Berwick, Rich Toman, Captain Fred Cumkowski, Dan Cook, Larry Martancik, Mgr. George VVhitney. SWIMMING The swimming team ended a highly successful season with a record of 6 wins and 3 losses, and a 54-33 victory over Platt. Although losing a number of senior standouts, the team, with Coach Roger T. Chaffee at the helm, is optimistically looking for another successful season next year. High point honors go to Bruce Valentine with 73 points. School records were broken this year by Denny Lutz in the 100-yd. backstroke, Bob Critz in the individual medley, and Pete O'Loughlin in the 100-yd. butterfly. Members of the squad include: Co-Captains, Den- nis Lutz and Peter O'Lou hlin, Bruce Valentine, Bob Critz, Ward Redmann, Wglet Angilleta, George Clark, Richard Benhke, Bill Hesse, Tony Ross, john Pepe, Danny Rodgers, Richard Sartini, Cliff Birdsey, Fred Kopp, Howard Forster, Pete Frazer, Bob Bennet, Don Uliasz, and managers Bill Cahill and Brian Dow. COACH Roger T. Chaifee Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney TEAM RECORD 45 Hartford Public .. 68 Hartford Bulkeley 38 Windham .. 51 Bristol Central 36 Hamden 48 Middletown .. 37 Manchester 59 Bristol Eastem . 53 Platt 1961 TEAM MEMBERS Front row, left to right: Frank Cammarata, Frank Ruzy- cki, Al Pedrolini, Dick Roberts, john Ryan, jeff Rossbach, Norm Fontaine, Pete Lapuc, Ed Robinson, John Billings- lea, Co-Captain Bob Chester, Frank Higgins, Joe Annino, jim Gibbons. BASEBALL Fine pitchers, consistent hitters, and an abund- ance of team spirit provided Maloney fans with an- other highly successful baseball campai n. Led by Co-Captains Bob Chester and Dick Cumicowski, the Spartans' outstanding 11-3 record not only enabled them to capture the CCIL crown but also win a berth in the state tournament in 1961. With many of the lettermen returning this season, Maloney's highly re- spected Spartans will begin what, they hope, will be a successful campaign. COACH 1962 CO-CAPTAINS William Papallo Bob Chester Bob Horozy ASSISTANT COACHES Robert Thompson Owen Beach TEAM RECORD 119617 Maloney .. ........ 10 Woodrow Wilson 5 Maloney .,......... 7 Wilbur Cross, .... 3 Maloney .....,,..., 3 Woodrow Wilson 2 Maloney ....... 2 Conard ............. 1 Maloney ........... 10 Wethersiield ........ 2 Maloney ....... 7 Bristol Central 4 Maloney ....... 8 Naugatuck .... 12 Maloney .........., 4 Manchester ......., 2 Maloney ....... 4 Windham .,....... 2 Maloney ......... 7 Bristol Eastem ..,. 4 Maloney ,,....... 2 Hall ........,........... 3 Maloney . ....... 4 Wilbur Cross ..., . 3 Maloney . ...,... 4 Platt ....,.....,......... 2 Maloney ....... 3 Platt ....,........ 4 Back row: Assistant Coach Robert Thompson, Mike O'Connor, Lenny Cheerman, John Vikovitz, John Lem- kewich, Bob Horozy, Ra Roberts, Tom Hessel, Aldo Scoffone, Co-Captain Dick Gumkowski, Steve Ro alski, Art Iipsa, Ward Redman, Dave Cirillo, Head Coaci Bill Papa 0. SPARTAN ON TH S E DIAMOND X J i , Fl . 4 X " '- cv .r' ""'.- . S 2 B.. TRACK AND FIELD RECORD 119611 Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney Maloney TRACK AND FIELD In the spring, a young manis fancy lightly turns to thoughts of track. That saying seems to voice the opinion of at least 120 boys who will be battling for a coveted berth on the track team this March. Strong in almost every one of the track and field's sixteen events, aided by the talents of Co-Captain Henry Toman in the shot and discus, and Gus DeMauro in the jumps, the Beall-coached team will be out to duplicate the feat of their tall cohorts, the cross country squad, by also compiling a string of victories. With return of eighteen lettermen, the 1962 track season promises to improve on last year's winning record of 8-5-1, which included state championships in the 100-yd. dash and 880-yd. relay. North Haven ,.,, 36 Cheshire .... ,....... 2 0 Manchester ....,.,. 58 Middletown ..,,,... 54 Hall .,...,,....,.,...,.. 38 Southington ........ 56 Conard . ..,.....,....,. 67 Bristol Central ,,.. 17 Bristol Eastem .... 27 Lyman Hall ....,... 32 Aquinas ....,......... 5 Wethersiield ..,,..,. 60 Windham .,,.......,, 34 Platt ...... ....... 5 2 1 .f S35 . 1, 2 5 hx' 16,154 X bu , Captain Henry Toman and 102 Coach David Beall 59 aff' Ji A ja Q s .,f :M wi V15 J sk V 13 -qw fm 1, Q ly! - V A-A....W.,,K ' ,rv ...H 1 ,i , Im f A , , . . , K 'iyxll if gg , ' ,. A , -. V4 WY - g.i'k"' Ziff' A " Hs-m:V'f,W.,4f , f .1 'gy 5 " K A Egiii . ,,V, g . A 4 R I Q , . I f , Y 5 . , f . if. JK" K , S . Mwjf, , '- 1- Saas-.saif....K.x J-iw May 1962 GOLF SCHEDULE 2 Manchester at Manchester 3' Bristol Central and Conard Home 7 Wethersiield Home 10' Bristol Eastem and Hall at Eastem 14" Windham and Platt Home 16 Manchester Home 17' Conard and Bristol Central at Conard 24' Bristol Eastem and Hall Home 28 Wethersiield at Wethersfield 31' Windham and Platt at Platt 0 - Triangular Match 1962 GOLF CANDIDATES Dean Barrett, Captain, Art Miglietta, Ben Gwara, Willet Angiletta, Dick Busa, Ed McGee, Ron St. John, Keith Custy, Ray C hers, Tom Go anski, Dave Grad- well, Bob Hand, Tom Massaro, Don Rogers, BilFSalka, Ron Slisz, Bob Fontanella, Ieriry Kubeck, Iohn Mierzijewski, Brian Shea, Stew Stocking, Tim Thurrott, George W itney. GOLF With only one returning letterman, Captain Dean Barrett, Coach Charlie Crowell will have to produce a miracle in order to have a winning seasong however, this will not be an impossible feat for the Spartan mentor, since he has produced several outstanding records in the past at Maloney. 104 MEMBERS Seated, left to right: joe Longo, Jack Dillmuth, Captain Dick Lamoreux, and Bill Kamenolf. Standing: Coach Hackbarth, james Berwick, john Franz, and Mike Carabetta. TENNIS Prospects are high this spring that our Tennis Team will have another fine season. They will be trying to improve last yearls record of seven wins and five defeats. Four returning lettermen fall seniorsj, Captain Dick Lamoreux, Fred Glike, jack Dillmuth, and Bill Kamen- oif, and a host of underclassmen are ready to serve Richard Hackbarth in his inaugural season as coach. 1962 TENNIS SCHEDULE April 18 Portland 25 Cheshire Academy 30 Hall May 3 Conard 7 Wethersfield 10 Bristol Central I4 Portland 17 Manchester 21 Windham 24 Bristol Eastem 28 Platt 31 Platt Away Home Home Home Away Home Home Home Away Away Away Home OUR FACULTY F ' DWEC7-OR 56 V i X! Y 1 MILDRED VV. GOMEZ Librarian B.S., S kid m 0 r e College Graduate Studi: New Ha- ven State Teac ers College v-2-ML K L7Z6fJ.i,Lls.2f GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NORMAN SCH-MITI' Guidance Counselor B.S., Central Connecticut State College, M.A., Univer- sity of Connecticut LIBRARY 1 X ROSEMARY KNOX Assistant Librarian B.A., Mt. Holyoke College MUSIC DEPARTMENT ART DEPARTMENT GUY BATES Orchestra, Band, Music Appreciation B.A., VVestem State College of Colorado, Denver Univer- sity ANTONIO PARISI Chorus, Music Appreciation B.M., Combs Conservatory of MusicgM.M., Hart Foun- dation, Graduate Study: Tufts University, New York 106 University DORIS ALLWORTH Art, Art Appreciation B.S., Teachers College, Co- lumbia University STEPHEN HERMASZEWSKI Art, Art Appreciation BFA., B o st o n University f cum laudel ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MARIO CAVALLO CLAIRE DUPLESSIS MARY A. FLYNN B.S., Central Connecticut BS-, B0Sf0rI Universitys M. 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