Gilbert School - Miracle Yearbook (Winsted, CT)

 - Class of 1946

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CECIL ROEENBAUGH If ei!! Colebrook ' Nov. 10, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS A happy-go-lucky guy is "Cei:" that's why he never worries when book reports are due. Cecil is a junior globe trotter, and if you want an evening full of laughs, ask him about his trip through Cana- da. Was the scenery nice, "Cei?" Extra-curricular activities: Air- plane Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1. EDWARD SCOFIELD Hsc0f!l Y.M.C.A. July 5, 1928 SCIENTIFIC You never mind .being told to go single file when it's "Scof" tell- ing-you. His gorgeous ties aren't the only things that attract the girls. Does ever a football game pass when he isn't a star player? "Scof" certainly is the typical senior with athletic ability, high marks, and popularity. Extra-curricular activities: Aero- nautics Club 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club 3, 4, President 4, Prom Committee 33 Reception Commit- tee 3g Student Council 3, 4: Junior' Class President 3: Football 2, 4. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3, Football 4. WILLIAM RYAN "Willie" 92 Stanton Ave. Sept. 27, 1928 SCIENTIFIC Tall, slim, and easy going, "Willie" never seems to have a care in the World. jerking sodas occupies most of his time, but never is he too busy to fulfill his ambition of riding the skyways. Skiing and golf also rank high on "Willie's" list of interesting and varying activities. Extra-curricular activities: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 43 Football 25 Qeipnautics Club 25 Treasurer A. Awards: Scholarship G 1. BARBARA SHEPARD usbepn New Hanford March 23, 1927 GENERAL Smile pretty! Watch the birdie! Yes sir, our photogenic "Shep" is being shot again. Figuratively speaking, of course! Hailing from a small town is no handicap as she can tell you. No manpower short- age there! Extra-curricular activities: Dra- matic Club 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. WARD SCHOONMAKER RFD il, Winsted Nov. 11,1927 GENERAL If it's a dry but humorous crack you're after, if it's a clever remark, oneof the people who might sur- prise you with such is Ward. A busy lad is he, with homework, a part-time job, and other "chores" -you know! What's his hobby? Oh, skating-on thin ice! Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2. HARRY SMITH ffMoell New Hartford July 2, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS Hold your ears! Here comes the Gene Krupa of New Hartford! Why, of course, it's "Moe!" If you should ever see a beautiful green car whiz around the corner, you may be sure that "Moe" is at the wheel and his backseat driver isn't present. Awards: Scholarship G 1. JANET ROUILLARD "Frenchie" 139 North Main St. Oct. 6, 1929 COMMERCIAL A serious worker-that's Janet. About the middle of the week, "Frenchie" may be seen rushing to type some extra bit of news. No matter how busy, she always finds time to help the other person and flash that friendly smile at him. Extra-curricular activities: Class Secretary 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Miracle Board 3, 45 Gilbert News Typist 4. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3. BERNARD SEXAUER "Bernie" 33 Wallens Hill March 4, 1927 MECHANIC ARTS "But you should see him when he's out with friends," is a remark we heard about tall, slender, silent "Bernie," who apparently has a split personality-silent and stu- dious in school, but out of school -that's different.

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RICHARD MORTON "Dick" 144 Meadow St. Jan. 3, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS Give "Dick" a gun, a pair of skis, a baseball glove, or a fly rod and he will be satisfied. Dick is quite a sportsman, and is a darned good shot with a rifle. When Dick goes hunting, they have meat for supper. CLAIRE NADER 56 Hillside Ave. April 21, 1928 COLLEGE Where there's work to be done, you can be sure Claire's in there punching, for isn't she president of the Dramatic Club and Asso- ciate Editor of the News and the Miracle? And talented Claire can play just a wee bit more than the scale-Chopin's "Polonaise in A Flat," for instance. Extra-curricular activities: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Junior Editor of Gilbert News 3, Senior Alumni Editor 4: Miracle Board 3, 4, Girl's Basketball League 1. Awards: Honorary Member of Woman's Club. CHARLES MUBAREK "Chick" 20 Munro SY. Nov. 8, 1927 MECHANIC ARTS "Chick" is the fellow who is usually seen driving around in his "Chevvy" with a car full of friends, He is interested in airplanes and some day intends to fly. If he han- dles a plane as he drives a car, perhaps a parachute will be neces. sary. RICHARD PERRY Home - 159 East Lake St. June 21,1929 MECHANIC ARTS Tall, blonde, and blue-eyed, that's Dick-the answer to any girl's dream. Dick is quite an athlete. He enjoys swimming dur- ing the summer, with football and basketball during the fall and win- ter. Dick also likes to do a lot of nothing and is usually found do- ing this at Toto's. Extra-curricular activities: Ju- nior Machinists, President 3, Football 3, 4. Awards: Football 4. VIRGINIA MORTON erGinnyn 24 Strong Terrace April 16, 1928 GENERAL A swish of a bright skirt, a pleasant smile and one meets "Ginny." Besides sewing her own clothes and listing the navy as tops, she plays the piano skillfully. You could often meet Ginny out in the rural districts on long hikes saying "hello" to Mother Nature. I PATRICIA MULVILLE Hpdtll NOrf01k June 18, 1928 SCIENTIFIC Serene senior Pat has large sau- cer-like eyes which she uses to good advantage. Characteristic of Pat is her stately walk and coy air. Though an excellent student, she manages to sew some of her ward- robe and try her baking ability. Extra - curricular activities: Home Economics Club 2, Presi- dent 2: World News Club 3, 4, Reportetr 4, Student Council 4, Secretary 4: Gilbert News Re- porter 4. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3, Honorary Member of Woman's Club 4. KATHLEEN NOVAK New Hartford Jim. 18, 1923 SCIENTIFIC Kathleen is a quiet blonde fO those who don't know her, but not with her intimate friends! She may not like grammar, but she's really clever with the pen, and certainly has a way with children. Now can you imagine, she OHCC said that she always answered all of their questions. Smart girl, smart girl! RICHARD PUSTINGER "Dick" Wakefield Boulevard Oct. 1, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS "Dick" is a fellow who may be classified as "one of those guys"- one of those guys who collects Scholarship G's. Carpentry holds the chief interest for "Dick" and in this he excels. Putting these two pastimes together adds up to a batting average of 1000 per cent, one that can't be beaten without going some. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3. 4



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JANICE TIMIDEI ROBERT SMITH "Smitty" North Main St. Sept. 25, 1928 MECHANIC ARTS Tramp - tramp - tramp! That's Smitty on another hike with his scout troop. Besides hiking, how- ever, he does like to say a lot of nothing at times and that "tsk-tsk" can get some people down. ROBERT STAVNITZKY '-.W 5 fig-I rrRicku 9 ' New Hartford Dec. 11, 1929 , I MECHANIC ARTS - 53 -,-t -A Yeah! Rah! Rah! Stavnitzky! ,LQ -,p ,gf And again three cheers for New 3,3 KTLL Hartford. Although "Bob" resides there, he spends most of his leisure ,,.. , . , , p ' - p ' A in Winsted--better scenery? What do you think? D U ' ' Q Extra-curricular activities: Foot- -, 3:52, ' A I L -i 2, .gg , lgaiiaa, Baseball 2, 3, 4 Hi Y f Awards: Scholarship G 2, Foot- I ' ball 4. JANET STOCKS Norfolk March 5, 1929 COLLEGE From behind a pair of red "pixie" glasses one may hear a high-pitched laugh. If this descrip- tion has not yet identified Janet to our readers, we suggest they visit that northern metropolis, Norfolk. A hard worker and a convincing talker, we're sure that her future is "sewed u "' all p . Extra-curricular activities: World News, Vice-President 3, President 43 Junior Red Cross, Secretary 3, First Aid 1. Awards: Scholarship G 1. "Timmie" Riverton Oct. 2, 1928 COLLEGE Tall, slim "Timmie" towers above the others as she passes from class to class. After an absence of several years, she returned from Texas bringing with her a "good ole" southern accent. We weren't too surprised to hear how she beats those snare drums but, imagine, not knowing who Como is! Extra-curricular activities: Ter- rell High Girl Reserves 3g Pep Squad 15 Band 2, Tennis'Club lg Gilbert-Pan American Club 4. BETTY STAVNITZKY "Torchy" 172 Gilbert Ave. July 9, 1928 GENERAL Tall, red-headed "Torchy" at- tracts considerable attention as she strides through the golden halls. A friendly laughing girl, with an abundance of vim and vigor, Bet- ty's personality has acquired for her many friends, faculty as well as students. If she isn't selling so- das, her melodious voice is soaring high in the Glee Club. Extra-curricular activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 4, Vice-President 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Gilbert News Reporter 1, Miracle Board 4: Basketball 1, 2, Leaders' Corps 1: Bowling Club 1. 2. CALVIN STEWART Yfcdlfl New Hartford Feb. 2, 1924 AGRICULTURE After seeing the world in the 43rd New England division, "Cal" comes back to the peaceful life of Gilbert. New Guinea, Saipan, and Luzon are only a few places in which "Cal" has seen action, not to mention a sojourn in Tokyo. Now that he's returned to Gilbert, he is seeing a different kind of ac- tion, milder, of course, but which no doubt he will take just as well. Extra-curricular activities: Fu- ture Farmers of America 3, 4. 1 3. .... . g.. , I it-so -I ...., ,I ,. we , gf. . 1 : ' -iw M .. . ., . . ,p ai gl HOPE SULLIVAN "Cookie" North Main St. April 19, 1928 COMMERCIAL For such a small person, Cookie can cover more territory in two minutes than Paul Revere. She needs to in order to cover all those extra-curricular activities. We re- member Hope for her unusual laugh and her witty remarks. Sel- dom hopeless and always hopeful best describes her. Extra-curricular activities: Class Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Glee Club 43 A. A. Secre- tary 4: Gilbert News Exchange Editor 3, 4, Assignment Editor 4. Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH VAN WHY ffjoell 160 Williams Ave. June 2, 1927 COLLEGE The dictionary is always handy when Joe's around to produce those sixty-four dollar words. Nev- er to be seen loafing-if it isn't rushing to class, it's studying for the next. In spare moments Joe draws attractive composition head- ings and raises cocker spaniels. Extra-curricular activities: World Events Club 3, 4, President 3, Gilbert News Editorial Board 3, 4, Miracle Board 3, 4, Editor- in-Chief 4.

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