Gilbert School - Miracle Yearbook (Winsted, CT)

 - Class of 1946

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' GABRIELLE BERNARD "Ti1ille" 12 Perkins St. Aug. 3, 1927 COLLEGE A conscientious senior with a pleasing disposition, Gabrielle is always on the lookout for news. One of her outstanding abilities is discussing world events, and she really knows what she is talking about. Among other things Ga- brielle likes to read and listen to music. Extra-curricular activities: Gil- bert News, Editorial Board 3, 4, Alumni editor 3, Editor-in-chief 4: World Events Club 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4. Awards: Scholarship G 3. WILLIAM BRADY 18 Pratt St. July 29, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS Who hasn't heard either Room three or eight re-echo with that familiar phrase, "Where is' Bra- dy?" Ah indeed, where isn't he? News board meetings, business management of the year book, and a side job keep him busy as the proverbial one-armed paper hang- er. With it all, he manages to climb that ladder to the lofty few wgo wear the coveted scholarship Extra-curricular activities: Mira- cle Business Managerg Novelty Ed. News Board 3, 4. RONALD BRONSON , "Ronnie" Winchester Center July 1, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS Introducing someone who's quite a guy "up Winchester way" -not that he doesn't find time to include schoolwork in his program of activities. Those G's aren't the results of loafing. The letter '7S" seems to be outstanding-in his collection are skiing, skating, and swimming. Better put a speedo- meter in that car or you'll end up other than a gatekeeper! Extra-curricular activities: Sci- ence Club 4. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3. JAMES BURKE lfjimmyll Riverton june 6, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS We might be giving "Jimmy" away if we say that he isn't as shy and as quiet as he appears to be. We only know that still water runs deep. To confirm that fact, you need only attend a Riverton square dance. Wonder where he finds room for all that food he. manages to stow away? Extra-curricular activities: Sci- ence Club 3, 4. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3. MARGARET BORATKO ,f , , , - rrMargl: New Hanford jan. 28, 19. GENERAL Margaret isn't the most notic person, but she certainly dra' attention. With her homewo finished, she, among a very fe usually enjoys that twelve-and' half minute ride every mornin A history teacher even insisted 4 .kg having Margaret in class! Can be that her charm alfects teache. Ji ' , 7 '- , ---- fjQJiQ5iff55li9lEEi: fff1'.fi:'iZ13'ffiEEfGA 'gl-Siliijvffiv' 5 11573 . gfgzqea g ' . '-,g:.2.g,'.i1 u . E ,aj-',,.a"G,ff, 1, Q-Qg., cis. iifzg, ,Tm . 4 ,355 .. -.f 1' A rx ' f , ,..,eEi,,..5,:,,,,.v' ,,,+, 55.5, .,,.ii,..i1,.,,,,. I gf S. -.21 Extra-curricular activities: Dn matic Club 3, 4. DOROTHEA BREWER HDMI! New Hartford Dec. 25, 1927 COMMERCIAL The Irish are in lights again and this time it's a pretty lassie called "Dot." Sports and she are not close friends but she makes up for it in her friendship with her studies. LYLE BRUEY Norfolk April 5, 191 MECHANIC ARTS Tall, dark, and handsome is t phrase that properly describ Lyle. Hailing from Norfolk, seems to have a liking for skatir parties! Though of a quiet natui Lyle is still usually found in a clu ter of giggling girls. I Extra-curricular activities: S ence Club 2. ANNE BURWELL Ward's Hill Dec. 6, 1926 GENERAL Take things as they come, and enjoy life as much as possible- that's Anne's theory, and it works -with her. For such a silent per- son, one wonders how she gets a word in edgewise among so many sisters and brothers up thar' on Ward's Hill. Extra-curricular activities: Tri- Y 3, 4, Current Events 3.

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amor-s NANCY ALLEN 1 S. Main St. April ll, 1928 GENERAL Nancy is quite an eyeful as all - local wolves will agree. Nancy ,- 'oys sports with skiing and ting ranking among the tops. I: also enjoys a refreshing ride 1 her bike. Perhaps she eats i eaties to get all the pep she has. xtra-curricular activities: Pan erican Club, Secretary' 31 Glee b 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA ANSTETT ffGinny!! Riverton Feb. 22, 1927 COMMERCIAL "Ginny" is a lass hailing from tlgtrogg-grown town of Riverton. She is one redhead who, as far as we know, doesn't possess a fiery temper-not even a tiny one. AI- though serious and easy-going, "Ginny" can become quite lively at a Riverton square dance. Awards: Scholarship G 2. LOWELL ALEXANDER "Alec" 345 North Main St. Oct. 7, 1928 GENERAL His long-legged stride takes this tall, lanky senior wherever he wants to go and fast. When not playing football, "Alec" putters around with airplane models and car motors. His easy-going way of life has made him well-known among his classmates. Extra-curicular activities: Dra- matic Club 2: Science Club 2. ROSE BARDINO NRO!! 94 Rockwell St. Sept. 22, 1928 COMMERCIAL Of a quiet nature, Rose has many friends in and out of school. Working at the Strand Theatre takes up quite a bit of her daily schedule. Torrington also seems to hold an equally great interest for Rose, though too much is not said about the matter. ek 'fi' 56 . -73 .fi- gif, JEAN ANSTETT Riverton Nov. 15, 1928 GENERAL Cute, blonde, and neat, Jean is the girl that everyone takes a sec- ond look at. Hailing from far-off Riverton, a lively square dance is the main attraction on any Satur- day night. Besides square dancing, a scholarship G or two seem to account for a part of Jean's sched- ule of activities. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2.

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JOSEPH CADRAIN lfloell 11 North Main St. Sept. 9, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS If you hear a horn blow, tires creech, and see a car come around corner doing about 90, then oe" is driving. "Joe" works as a echanic, but when he doesn't ve a wrench in his hands, it's a n or a fishing pole. MABEL COAN New Hanford Dec. 19, 1927 GENERAL Splash! We're in Puddletown! Mabel may appear to be quiet but have you ever heard her defend her ideas? Although she is not Irish, she follows very closely in their footsteps in being quiet, stubborn, and set in her ways. BARBARA CORSER IIBMLJI 1 Bank St. Nov. 8, 1928 COMMERCIAL Newly introduced to the "Gold- I Halls," "Barb" has adequately ljusted herself in all ways. An all- ound sport, everything in the ne of athletics helps to keep that leasant personality and good- ature. Extra-curricular activities: Con- ird High-Basketballg Manager I Bowling Team, Choir. PEGGY CURTIS ffpegil 19 Strong Terrace Jan. 10, 1927 COMMERCIAL Peg's ready smile is just the thing needed when everything seems to be going wrong. Seen along the Gilbert corridors, she has nary a care inthe world, but perhaps she's busy mapping out a secretarial course. LOUIS CORNELIO "Hank-Hank" 25 Adams St. Oct. 19, 1927 SCIENTIFIC - "I-Ionk-Hank" is a wonder with a car. By this, we mean it's a won- der he ever gets back alive. There isn't a better car than an Oldsmo- bile as far as Louie is concerned, and why not? His father sells them! Other than cars, Louis loves to play football. Gilbert's opposing teams won't forget Louie very easily. Extra-curricular activities: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Basketball 3, 4. Awards: Football 4. PAULINE CURTISS npollyn Norfolk Oct. 11, 1927 COMMERCIAL With sports as a pastime, "Pol- ly" leads a full and invigorating life in the wilds of Norfolk. Show- ing no favoritism, she excels in all of her numerous and colorful activities. Driving to Winsted to attend a basketball game on a cold wintery night is nothing out of the ordinary for this lively young lady. Extra-curricular activities: Cam- era Club 1, 4, Reporter 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Vice- President Norfolk Hi Y-Tri Y 4. ELSIE CAPPABIANCA ffcdppyll 117 Prospect St. June 11, 1929 COMMERCIAL The curl sticking up over the shorthand book every morning be- longs to none other than "Cappy." It's hard to catch a glimpse of her face since it's buried there most of the time. When she does come up for air occasionally, it's easy to recognize that smile. JEAN CROWLEY Williams Ave. Nov. 1,' 1928 COMMERCIAL Like her position in the band as majorette, Jean may DOI be the loudest person in a group, but she plays" an important part among her friends. Jean is one of those dependable people who overlook nothing, whether in housekeeping or other "fields!" Extra-curricular activities: Glee Club 2. L l

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