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TRUSTEES OF THE GILBERT scHooL
Robert E. Gaylord, President Othneil G. Williams, Vice-President
Clarence H. Bunnell, Secretary and Treasurer
D. Fletcher Alvord
Luther L. Chase
Elbert G. Manchester
Robert L. Noble
Harry E. Norton
William H. Phelps
Frederick C. Strong
Wallace W. Taylor
Ralph V. Tiffany
Dudley L. Vaill
Irving C. Valentine
C. Wesley Winslow
Irving J. Woodward
Robert E. Gaylord, Chairman, Ex-OfTicio
Dudley L. Vaill Clarence H. Bunnell
William H. Phelps Luther L. Chase
Irving C. Valentine, Chairman
Harry E. Norton Othneil G. Williams
MISS AGNES MATTESON
MRS. HELEN COLBURNE
MISS FANNIE M. CRUTE
MISS DOROTHY A. ALLEN
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Q46 Cfw of 1952
DIANA BEACH ................. .....,. C o-edifor-in-chief
DOLORES JOHNSON ....4.AA. .....A. C o-edifor-in-chief
CHARLES DYSON ..,.,A.. ,........... M cmager
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MARION E. ALLEN
B. A. Radcliffe
B. S. Simmons
ADA S. BENEDICT
B. A. Mount Holyoke
B. S. University ot Conn.
JOHN G. ATWOOD MARGERY E. BAILEY
DOROTHY L. BARTON
Physics, Chemistry Mathematics Mathematics, French
B. A. Lafayette B. A. University of Maine B. A. Mount Holyoke
Pd. B. New York M. Ed. Boston University Advisor for
State Teachers' College Advisor for Sllldenl Council
Advisor for Science Club Junior Red Cross M. A. Columbia University
Director of A. A. Drive
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A. ISABELLE BIGELMAN
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........ Social Science
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B. A. New York State
. Teachers' College
MARION L. BUZZELL
B. A. Boston University
CARL L. COLEMAN
B. S. Rhode Island
Future Farmers of America
CHARLES J. FECTO
B. A., M. A. Trinity
Advisor Student Council
for Football and Baseball
WILLIAM G. GRAVES
A. B. Colgate University
ROBERT L. CORMIER EVELYN S. DEMING MARY F. DEPPEN
Stenography, Typewriting English Physical Education
B. S. in Ed. New Britain Keene Teachers' College B. S. Skidmore College
State Teachers' College Advisor of the
Advisor for the Leaders Club
y ggiy ell ,S . FRANCESCA Goss:
I iiii 1 f'i l li ' F- "" French' English
'A N .lyg Q? is University of Mass.
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T V I Advisor for
f French Club
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2 I STEPHEN JOHNSON
B. S. Norman
. and Industrial
M Q 5 Arts College North Dakota
'iiiiiilif I Advisor for the
K 'li Camera Club
FRANK J. JUSZLI
B. S. New Britain
State Teachers' College
M. A. Bowling Green
B. A., M. Ed.
for Dramatic Club
DAVID B. NICHOLS
B. A. Dartmouth
M. A. Columbia
Student Council Advisor
B. A., M. A. Trinity
JOAN E. MCGOWAN
A. B. Radcliffe
Gilbert School News
Class Night Committee
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CHARLES F. MOORE
Oswego Normal School
Junior Machinists Club
ELIZABETH L. MUTCH
University of Vermont
English, History, Economics A
B. A. Acadia University
M. A. University of Conn.
JOSEPH W. RUMRILL
Bay Path Institute
New York University
for the Miracle
B. S. Tufts
Director of Glee Club
B. S. Ed. New Britain
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HELEN N. SCHAEFER HELEN SHELDRICK EDITH B. SMALL
Assistant Librarian English Biology, Geography
A. B. Smith College B. A. University of Skidmore
A. M. Radcliffe New I'IC'mP5I"I"e B. S. Columbia
M. A. Boston University Make,Up Advisor for
Advisor for Dramatic Club
Gilbert School News Assembly Committee
MARGARET, HL sPEERs
B. S. University' of Conn.
CLARA L. WHITE
Secretary to the Principal
Bentley Business School
V Just got back f1'Om SBIUOI' Ch?
good thing I was there or Mr. Mos
would have been all alone.
., lfefe Aldrich
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Are you for poodle or horse tail? Both
seem to be slowly creeping in, but no
J doubt soon most of the girls Will obvious-
G ly have made their choice. The new hair
yy styles really are something!
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Semi-Formal Dec. 8
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MICHAEL ADAMO, JR.
Mar. 17, 1934 "Mike" "Mazerk"
562 Main St. Commercial
The storm and stress of high
school raises havoc with the rest
of us, but Mike's hair is always
iust so. How can he grin all day
and not get tired?
Activities: Basketball 3.
CAROLYN C. AUER
June 19, 1934 "Cal"
294 Walnut Sl. General
A disposition as sweet and
kind as Carolyn's is an asset to
anyone. She is always willing
to lend others a hand and never
complains about it.
Activities: Camera Club, Vice-
President, Gilbert "G" 1.
CARMEN ANTHONY BASCETTA
December 26, 1933 "Sonny"
27 Thibault Avenue College
Carmen's appearance is very
misleading. At a glance you
would think he was quiet and
reserved, but after you know him
that he's always
a good laugh and
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July 9, 1934 "Pete"
42 Walnut St. College
Pete is noted for being one of
our all-round boys. He takes
life easy, but when there's a job
to be done, he's up and at it. He
takes an interest in sports, es-
Activities: Hi-Y, Football, Glee
Club, President of Senior Class,
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August 3, 1934 "Jackie"
22-1 Oak St. Commercial
Jackie is a rather quiet class-
mate, but to those who know
her, she is thoughtful and oblig-
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June 16, 1934 "Ellie"
59 Wheeler St. Commercial
Eleanor is a girl with a dis-
position as sunny as her hair.
There may be o mischievous
gleam in her eye, but there is
a friendly nature hehind it.
Activities: Camera Club 3.
January 2, 1934
94 Rockwell St. Commercial
Nothing short of an earth-
quake could ruffle the even tem-
perment of this popular senior.
During his years at Gilbert,
Johnny has played a stalwart
game of baseball.
Activities: Baseball team, Letter
2, 3, 4.
January 24,1934 "Dinnie"or "Di"
160 Spencer Srt. College
Quite a personality lurks be-
hind Dinnie's congenal appear-
ance. Music is her main interest,
she sings, dances, and plays the
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Miracle Board 3, 4, Scholarship
"G" 1, 2, Music Lyre and Bar,
2, 3, New England 3, All State 3.
June 5, 1933 "Scotty"
Mary has a quiet nature and
a fine sense of responsibility.
Her friendly manner and fine
school spirit are recognized by
Activities: Glee Club 3, 4.
ROBERT H. BRONSON
March 17, 1934 "Robbie"
151 Elm St. Scientific
Robbie is the kind of fellow
who is everybody's friend. He
never disagrees, and is always
congenial and ready to help.
He is usually ready for fun,
Activities: Dramatic Club presi-
dent 4, A. A, President 4, Hi-Y,
Football, Basketball 3, 4, Foot-
ball letter 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3,
Dramatic Club Charm.
July 4, 1934 "Betsy"
70 Spencer St. College
This peppy senior is known for
her vivaciousness and also for
her chatter. "Betsy" is a very
friendly girl and is liked by all
who know her.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4,
Cheerleading 3, 4, Glee Club
Lyre 2, Glee Club Bar 3, Drama-
tic Club Charm.
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April 3, 1934 "Sulob"
22 Hubbard St. Scientific
This small but mighty mite is
a lively member of the senior
class. When he's not playing his
trumpet with his dance band,
"Sulob" is driving his "hot rod"
very successfully in spite of the
Activities: Glee Club, Science
Club, News Board, Glee Club
awards 1, 2, 3, Scholarship "G"
BETTY LOUISE BOND
August 11, 1934 "Lou" "Bet"
211 Rockwell St. General
This popular senior gal is full
of vim, vigor and vitality. Bet
will long be remembered for her
gay and frivolous nature.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, News Board
3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Science
Club 4, Glee Club Lyre and Bar.
ANN ELIZABETH BOULET
May 22, 1934 "Tooty"
146 S. Main St. Commercial
Calm - cool - and serene,
this senior lass is known for her
sparkling smile. With her sen-
sible reasoning, she'll go far.
September 30, 1934 "Dot"
New Hartford General
This smartly dressed senior
girl is well known for her friend-
ly disposition. She likes noth-
ing better than to dance to the
slow jazz of Guy Lombardo.
Activities: Spanish Club.
KATHLEEN SUSAN BURWELL
September 22, 1934 "Kay"
Ward's Hill College
Small of stature but large of
heart, that's Kay. Sweet, smiling,
and full of fun, she always seems
to be on top of the world.
Activities: Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
September 2, 1934 "Chink"
131 Rockwell St. Scientific
Mike's carefree manner and
pleasing grin have made him a
swell classmate. He has a nat-
ural ease for ma'king friends and
Activities: Hi-Y, Football team 1,
2, 3, 4, Baseball team 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Club, Football letters 2,
3, 4, Baseball letters 2, 3, 4.
ELEANOR L. CATON
February 5, 1934 "Ellie"
Pine Meadow Commercial
A flashing grin, iet black hair
and a swell personality go to
make up Ellie. This poised, re-
served and serene senior girl
adds her name to the list of
Activities: Pep Club.
PAUL S CHAPMAN
October 15, 1933
Highland Lake College
Besides school, Paul has many
outside interests among which
are radio and television. His
ambition is sure to be a great
asset to him in later life.
Activities: Dramatic Club, Gil-
bert School News.
August 3, 1934 "Barb"
425 N. Main St. Commercial
Though she appears dignified,
this meticulously neat senior has
a distinct sense of humor. She
will undoubtedly be sucessful in
anything she undertakes.
JEAN GAYLOR CALDWELL
December 31, 1933 "Jeanie"
Personality plus describes this
popular Norwolk miss to a "T".
Jeannie has CI smile for everyone
and, oh, what a smile!
Activities: Science Club 4, Mir-
acle Board 3, 4, Journalism 4.
May 9, 1934 "Teres"
Pine Meadow Commercial
Teresa is a conscientious work-
er and a speed demon at the
typewriter. She always looks as
though she had iust stepped out
of a band box.
HAROLD FRANK CESNAK
September 28, 1934 "Butch"
191 Main St. Commercial
Butch is always the life of
the party, anything for a laugh.
Other than "Butch" he is also
known as "Clap Clop". He has
an amiable disposition and is
well-liked by all.
Hi-Y, Glee Club, Camera Club.
DOROTHY IRENE CHICOS
February 26, 1933 "Dot"
157 Gilbert Ave. Commercial
"Laugh and the world laughs
with you," describes Dot perfect-
ly - always ready with a smile
and never a frown. Dot is full
of fun and is the life of the
Activities: Homemaking Club 1,
Pep Club 3, 4, Glee Club 4,
Camera Club 4, Treasurer 4.
FANNIE M. COAN
November 28, 1933 "Fannie"
Pine Meadow Commercial
Fannie is another of the fun-
loving seniors. She is sincere
and a willing helper, and she
always has a ready smile.
MARY ROSE CURTlSS
March 23, 1934 "Mar"
This loquacious miss from Nor-
folk has a ready smile for every-
one. Quite a gal, Mary is a
future woman in white and is
sure to be successful.
Activities: Science Club 3, Pep
May 8, 1934 "Bob"
139 Elm St. Scientific
This fellow is likely to show
up anywhere. But wherever he
goes, he's always well-mannered
and neat. Bob also takes great
pride in his car.
Awards: Scholarship G 1.
March 17, 1934 "Una"
Tall - stately - blond - are
a few adjectives which describe
Eunice. She is very sociable and
she loves to dance.
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May B, 1934 "Coop" May 29, 1934 "Lil"
Colebrook College 52 Meadow St. Scientific
This angel-haired blond who
hails from Colebrook spends a
great deal of time writing letters
to a certain Seabee. Mary lives
happily and makes others happy.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, Ski
Club 2, 3, 4, Journalism 4.
Awards: History prize sponsored
by Winsted Savings Bank.
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John has proven outstanding
in all fields of sports. Captain
of our basketball team, "Lil"
has made a name for himself
in football and baseball.
Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3,
4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Awards: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4.
MARY M. DARLING
November 21, 1934 "Mat"
189 N. Main St. General
Mary is one of our most ac-
complished girl athletes. An ad-
vocate of school spirit, she can
usually be seen at games urging
the team on to victory. Mary
has ia pleasing personality and
beautiful brown eyes.
Activities: Glee Club 3, 4, Pep
Club 4, Leaders Club 3.
Awards: Soccer 3, Volleyball 3.
THEODORE EDWARD DlETLlN
October 8, 1934 "Ted"
41 Hubbard St. College
This handsome senior is well
known for his flashy clothes.
Naturally inquisitive, Ted usually
knows all the latest news. His
remarkable rhythm makes him
an excellent dancer.
Activities: Camera Club 1, 2, 3,
4, President 3, Key Club 2, 3,
4, President 4, Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 4, All-state 4, Art Club 4.
Awards: Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
February za, 1935 "Mike"
32 Holabird Ave. Mechanics Arts
Although Mike is quiet, he
leads an active life, Besides
baseball, he enioys hunting. Mike
is very patient with children, es-
pecially little boys.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3.
SALVATORE P. FAlLLA
March 1, 1934 "Sal"
23 Greenwoods Ave. Mech. Arts
This handsome senior boy with
the captivating smile is another
of Gilbert's football heroes. Sal
will long be remembered for his
episode with the loud speaker.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms
3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 4, Science Club 3, 4,
Vice President 4, Treasurer of
Junior Class, Treasurer of Senior
Awards: Scholarship G 1, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4.
December 14, 1934 "General"
39 Chestnut St. College
"General" is Miss Bailey's
prize pupil, having made the
unforgetable statement that "two
lines determine a straight point."
He is a good sport and has a
Activities: Basketball 1.
Awardsz- Scholarship G 1.
JOHN DANIEL DOYLE
August 14, 1934 "Tinker"
393 Main St. General
A wisecrack and a manner
pleasing to all let you know that
"Tinker" is around. This easy-
going fellow is also steadfast
and loyal to his responsibilities.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2.
July 9, 1934 "Turtle"
One of the Norfolk lassies,
Shirley has a sparkling Irish
smile and a personality to match.
This popular miss is often seen
driving her jeep down the streets
Activities: Ski Club 2, 3.
CHARLES DYSON '
January 23, 1934 "Barney"
56 Mountain Ave. General
Barney is one of those "happy-
go-lucky" fellows who say their
ambition is to have o harem.
Journalism plays a close second
in the life of this future track
Activities: Miracle Board 3, 4,
Track 4, Cross-country 4,
Awards: News Board G.
May 4, 1934 "Maggie"
Williams Ave. Commercial
Most red-heads have a fiery
disposition, but "Maggie", with
her even temperament, is an ex-
ception to the rule. This sincere
girl is active in school affairs.
Activities: F. H. A, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club 2, 3.
Awards: Glee Club.
October 25, 1934 "Fred"
72 Elm St. College
Gilbert's Fred Astaire whirls
into the limelight. Fouad has a
terrific personality - wonderful
disposition - and is a definite
asset to the Glee Club with his
dynamic baritone voice.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
H, CHARLES FOWLER, III
April 16, 1934 "Skip
Pine Meadow College
"Skip" has not yet found life
serious enough to be taken seri-
ously. Why should it be, when
he's so happy, gay, and friend-
ly to all. When Skip leaves, he
takes with him his pocket full
of smiles, iokes, and glad-to-help
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Business Manager2, Dramatic
Club 1, 2, 2, 4, Miracle Board
3, 4, Art Club 2.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 4 year Drama-
tic Club pin.
March 3, 1934 "Phil"
757 Main St. ,Co ercial
Phyllis, whose flaming red hair
is the envy of every girl at Gil-
bert, would rather have it any
other color. She is one com-
mercial student who really ap-
plies herself to her work.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, Ath-
letic Awards 3, Shorthand Cer-
MARY THERESA GREEN
January 31, 1934 "Mary"
This mischievous lass from Nor-
folk is always ready with a
laugh. and some fun. Her car'-
is always filled to capacity wher-
ever she goes. .
Activities: Homemaking Club 1,
Pep Club 4.
February 21, 1935 "Pat"
104 Ridge St. Commercial
Witty, mischevious, and always
on the go - that's "Pat". With
her sparkling eyes, catchy smile,
and dancing ability, her future
will undoubtedly be a bright
Awards: Girls basketball 3,
Soccer 3, Volleyball 3.
ADELBERT E. FUNK
January 21, 1933 "Del"
Overlook Road Mechanic Arts
Polite and respectful of others
describes Del perfectly. Although
he may seem quiet, he isn't
September 4, 1934 "Hel"
157 E. Lake St. Commercial
This attractive and soft spoken
senior lass is well-known around
the "Golden Halls" for her
poetic and witty sayings.
Pep Club, Glee Club, Dramatic
Awards: Sports G with pins for
soccer, basketball, volleyball and
softball, 60 word Shorthand
Certificate, 40 Word Typing
DORIS JEANNETTE GOODWIN
August 31, 1934 "DG Goody"
New Hartford College
Doris' excellent taste and work-
manship shows plainly in her
beautiful clothes, most of which
she makes herself. Some day
she should do well in a fashion
Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, Pep
Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3.
CHARLES ALLEN HAINER
March 30, 1934 "Charlie"
33 Walnut St. College
Charlie, whose main interest
at Gilbert is the Glee Club, is
also a member of the News
Board. This busy lad seems to
find time for studies and outside
Activities: Senior Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Junior
Glee Club 1, 2, Vice President
1, President 2, News Board 3,
4, All State 2, 3, Science Club
2, 3, 4, Art Club 1.
Awards: Glee Club Lyre and
FRANCES MARIE HAYDEN
February 4, 1934 "Franny"
64 Fruit Street College
Franny is our sophisticated
senior. She has a keen eye for
clothes and certainly knows how
to wear them. We know that
she will succeed in her ambition
to be a model.
Activities: Science Club 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Awards: Glee Club award 4.
SALLY ANN IACINO
June 15, 1934 "Sally"
84 Meadow St. College
This amiable senior is one of
the most active Seniors at school.
Having a smile and a "hi" for
everyone, she has made many
friends. She is always known to
be chattering either in class or
in the halls.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4,
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 4, Athletic Association
Vice President4, Pep Club 4,
Miracle Board 3, 4.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3,
Glee Club Lyre 2, 3, 4.
JOAN EUZABETH JOHNSON
December 4, 1933 "Muscles"
R, F. D. No. 3 Commercial
Joan is that little bundle of
vitality with a sparkling smile
and a personality to match. She's
as friendly as the day is long.
Activities: Pep Club 3, 4, Lead-
ers Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Aero-
nautics Club 1, Glee Club 2.
Awards: Leaders Club "LC",
Sports G with pins for Soccer,
Basketball, Volley Ball and Soft-
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November 4, 1934 "Dick"
New Hartford College
Ambition seeds sow success,
and so it is with Dick. This true
New Hartfordite has a nimble
brain and is a wonder in math
Activities: Football 2, Science
Club 3, 4.
Awards: Scholarship G 2.
June 17, 1934 "Lorraine"
30 Rack St. Commer 'al
'This petite blond miss has a
place in her heart for everyone.
Lorraine has a wonderful per-
sonality and is very easy to get
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 4, Tri-Y 1, 2, Class
Secretary 3, 4, Leader's Club 3.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3,
Basketball G 3, Leader's Club
LC 3, Glee Club Lyre 2, Bar
for Glee Club Lyre 3.
July 6, 1934 "Hatred"
67 Hubbard St. Scientific
Long legs are an asset, This
basketball hero is well known at
Gilbert for his ready smile, good
sense of humor, and his hot rod.
DOLORES ANN JOHNSON
July 18, 1951 "Dee"
Smith Hill Commercial
"Dee's" softness of smile indi-
cates the sweetness of her spirit.
This speedy typist has brains as
well as looks, and therefore Is
sure to be a success.
Activities: Miracle Board 3, 4,
Pep Club 4, Leader's Club.
Awards: Gilbert "G" 1, 2, 3,
Typing Certificate 50 words,
Sports "G", Pins, Soccer Softball,
March 20, 1934
20 Torringford St. Commercial
Earle masters everything he
undertakes. A very studious and
witty guy. He excells in commer-
Activities: Student Council, Mira-
cle Board, News writer.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3.
March 3, 1934 "Beatty"
Pine Meadow General
A grand gal and a swell pal
is Alberta. This fascinating lass
from down Pine Meadow way
makes life interesting to those
around her with her chatter and
Activities: French Club.
Awards: Scholarship G 1.
April 7, 1934
Success is on Carmine's door-
step, and he has the key. He
is a self-reliant, conscientious
worker, and extremely quiet.
Activities: Science Club 3, 4:
95 Lake St. ,G neral
'Margie is a quiet, sincere girl
who has a shy smile for every-
one. She takes everything as
it comes and never complains.
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December 3, 1933 "Kuzzy"
58 Prospect St. Commercial
"Kuzzy", another of Gilbert's
football heroes, also shines in
basketball. This good-looking
Romeo has brought life to many
a classroom with his sparkling
Activities: Dramatic Club 3: Var-
sity Club 2, 3: French Club 4:
President: Football 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Awards: Football 3, 4: Basket-
ball 3, 4.
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July 16, 1934 "Phyl"
63 Hinsdale Ave. General
Phyllis is an exotic and dra-
matic gal with a flair for stylish
clothes. She is also the origi-
nator of the exclamation, "Kids,
what are we going to doo?"
Activities: Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, 4: Glee Club 2: Art Club
LORRAINE MARIE LATAIF
September 7, 1934 "Lor"
207 N. Main St. General
This gal with the flashing
dark eyes and sunny smile makes
friends easily. Lorraine is a
sports enthusiast - who makes
everyone want to cheer with her.
Activities: Pep Club 4.
March 26, 1934 , "Mac"
22 Woodland Ave. General
Everybody knows "Mac". She's
a swell all-round sport and has
a buoyant personality. As Presi-
dent of the Pep Club, she has
done much for school spirit.
Activities: Leader's Club 3: Vice
President: Tri-Y 3, 4: Pep Club
2, 4: President 4: Camera Club
1: Gilbert News Collector 3:
Dramatic Club 3.
Awards: "LC" Leader Club 3:
Pins - Volleyball, Basketball
Soccer, Softball: Sports "G".
CAROLE LESLIE MANCHESTER
December 28, 1934 "Carole"
43 Spencer St. General
Carole is another Gilbert
fashion plate, Always up to
date, this sweet smiling girl is
ever cheerful and happy.
Activities: Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee
Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3,
4: Art Club 3, 4.
EVELYN MARY MARCHAND
October 16, 1934 "Evie"
Winchester Road General
Evie, who hails from Norwolk,
is another woman driver, but we
won't worry about it. This soft-
spoken miss is a diligent worker
and a swell gal.
Activities: Spanish Club.
BETTY LOU MURRAY
April 18, 1934 "Scooter"
Winchester Road General
Another gal from Norfolk now
comes to our attention. She's a
friendly miss who blushes easily
and smiles readily.
Activities: French Club 4: Camera
LORRAINE FRANCES NOEL
October 15, 1934 "Lorrie"
380 N. Main St. n C mercial
Bash ul and quiet, Lorraine is
a music enthusiast. She is a
speedy typist who really likes
school and her studies.
Activities: Glee Club: Glee Club
DALE E. MARCHIONE
July 13, 1931 "Dale"
River Dell Acres Agri. and Art
This tall, good-looking fellow
is an up-and-coming artist. He's
good natured and friendly with
a ready smile for everyone.
Activities: Miracle Board 3, 4:
Art Club 1, 2, 3,. 4: F. F. A.
Award - from American Artist
PATRICIA ANN McCABE
October 30, 1934 "Pat"
12 Holabird Ave. College
While Pat appears to be seri-
ous minded, she is as full of fun
as anyone. She's always there
with a smile and a friendly
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Science Club 3, 4: Tri-Y 1, 2, 3,
4: News Board 3, 4: Parade of
Youth Advisory Board of Hart-
ford Courant 3, 4: New England
Chorus 3: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM CHARLES MOONEY
October 9, 1934 "Willie"
Hillside Ave. Scientific
This tried and true Red Sox
fan is responsible for several of
Gilberts' scores in baseball. This
seemingly quiet lad fools those
who don't know him with his
fine sense of humor.
Activities: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Key Club
2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Stu-
dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholar-
ship G 1, 2,: G for Baseball.
May 2, 1934 "Barb"
West Hartland Commercial
Barb's a popular red-head
who hails from Hartland. Talka-
tive and friendly, she makes
Activities: Pep Club 4: Bowling
Team 3, 4: Scholarship G 1, 3:
Miracle Board Typist.
MARY ELLEN O'CONNER
December'15, 1934 "Okie"
Windom Road College
This Irish lassie can really
sling the blarney. Mary is af
popular gal with a wonderfu
personality. Incidentally, she can
pronounce French like no one
Activities: Science Club 4: Glee
Club 4: Miracle Board 4: Jour-
NANCY B. PACHENZI
February 10, 1933 "Duke"
15 Spring St. General
Nancy is quite a busy little
bee. Up-to-date on all school
affairs, she also does well in
commercial art, She's fun to be
with and a smart dresser.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2: Art
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3,
4, Pep Club 4: Miracle Board
4: News Board 4.
JOHN CHARLES PUSTINGER
October 25, 1933 "Puts"
Highland Lake, Me hanics Arts
Where mischief lurks, Johnny
can be found. Nothing pleases
him more than playing tricks on
innocent l?J people. He's always
ready for some fun and a good
Activities: President of Machine
Shop Club 2, Science Club 3, 4.
April 15, 1934 "Dot"
R. F. D. No. 2 Commercial
Dot is a fine person to know,
She's calm, cool and collected
and is always considerate of
others. She's a dilligent student
and a speed demon at the type-
Activities: Student Council, News
Awards: Scholarship G 2, 3,
Typing Certificate for 40 and 50
words per minute.
JEANNE BARBARA PATTEN
August 18, 1934 "Jeannie"
713 Main St. . G neral
Active in girI's sports, Jeannie
also attends all Gilbert games.
Her chatter and ready wit are
known all over the Golden Halls.
Activities: Pep Club 4, Girl's
Athletic G for Baseball, Soccer,
February 25, 1934
New Hartford Commercial
Not only is Gloria an attrac-
tive, blue-eyed blond, but she's
smart too. Look at all those
awards. She has a sparkling
smile and is as friendly as they
Activities: Art Club 1, 2,7 Pep
Club 4, New Board Typist.
Scholarship G 1, 2, 3, Softball
G and pin, Hamilton Pitt Book
ELDAIGE T. PLANTE
August 28, 1934 "Tommy"
New Hartford College
Who could ever forget Tommy's
spontaneous wit and humor?
There's never a dull moment with
this lad around. His is the smile
that melts gals' hearts.
Activities: Science Club 2, 3, 4.
July 28, 1934 "Ted"
Glendale Ave. Scientific
Ted is a quiet individualist
who never shirks his duty. He's
a hard worker as can plainly
be seen in his high marks.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3.
April 15, 1934 "Maggie"
R. F. D. No. 2 College
Ruth, better known as Maggie,
is the other half of the Rebillard
twins. She's sensible and quiet,
but is a barrel of fun.
Activities: Science Club 47 Mira-
cle Board Typist 4, Leaders
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 37
Girls Soccer, Volleyball and Soft-
ball awards, 40 words a minute
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May 12, 1934 "Midge"
184 Boyd St. Commercial
A blonde bombshell describes
Midge, who's talkative, full of
pep, but always a lady, She's
an excellent student, a good
sport, and a friend to all.
Activities: Future Homemakers of
America 1, Pep Club 4, Treas-
urer 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, Mira-
cle Board Typist 4, Miracle
Room Collector 3.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3,
Leaders Club "LC", Sports G
with pins for Soccer, Basketball,
Volleyball and Softball.
July 2, 1935 "Sam"
East Hartland General
The obiect of many feminine
glances, this "Silent Sam" re-
mains oblivious to them all. An
all-round sport, his favorites are
Basketball, Baseball and Skiing.
April 4, 1934 "Simp"
60 John St. General
Even if you can't,see "Simp"
you can hear her. She's full of
fun and a real pal: She believes
that life is one big ioke and
doesn't want to miss any of the
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Awards: New England award,
Glee Club awards 2, 3.
JEAN M. ROCHLEAU
November 27, 1933 "John"
East Hartland Agriculture
This handsome lad from East
Hartland was one of the impor-
tant players on Gilbert's strong
football team this year. Noted
for his sparkling smile and won-
derful personality, Jean is usu-
ally seen with either the gang or
a tall, blue-eyed blonde.
Activities: Football, Volleyball.
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October 25, 1934 "Jeanie"
234 Oak St. Commercial
This quiet attractive little miss
is earnest in becoming a com-
petent secretary. We wish her
success and know she will make
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 3.
November 27, 1933 "Leo"
148 N. Main St. Mechanic Arts
Although Leo seems quiet, he's
nothing of the kind, He is a
constant companion with mischief.
He makes his strikes where they
count - in bowling.
Activities: Science Club 3, 4,
Machine Shop Club 2.
THOMAS J. SANTORO
,August 9, 1934 "Tommy"
65 Upson Ave. College
An all-round fellow and good
student, Tommy is full of fun and
liked by all who know him. He's
usually amiable, but has been
known to use his temper oc-
Awards: Schohurship G 1, 2.
August 14, 1934 Commercial
Elsie is another of those pretty
girls from Norfolk. She seems
reserved until you know her. No
transportation problem for Elsie,
she commutes in her "Chevie".
Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
News Board 3, 4, Exchange edi-
tor 4, Miracle Board Typist 4,
Homemaking Club 1.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2,
Glee Club Lyre, Shorthand Cer-
tificate 80 words a minute, Typ-
ing certificate 50 words a minute.
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DANIEL R. SMITH
March 11, 1932 "Danny"
7 Gregory St. General
his big friendly
grin, Danny is liked by all. That
booming bass of his is certainly
an asset to the Glee Club. He's
reliable and extremely consider-
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Future Farmers of America 2, 3.
EDWARD I. THIERY
January 12, 1934 "Ed"
415 Horne Ave. Mechanic Arts
Ed is always in a hurry to
leave Room 3. He doesn't be-
lieve in overloading himself with
books. He is known for his curly
locks and shyness.
Activities: Shop Club 2, Science
Club 3, 4.
WELLS A. TWOMBLY
October 24, 1934 "Twombs"
New Hartford College
Nothing seems to bother this
tall, fun-loving senior who gets
a big kick out of life. But it's
not all play and no work with
Wells, because he has done a
wonderful iob in putting the news
Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Camera Club 4, 'Basketball Mgr.
3, 4, Gilbert School News As-
sistant Sport Editor 3, Editor-in-
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JEAN M. SMITH
September 1, 1934 "Smitty"
R, F. D. No. 1 Commercial
Quiet, likable Jean is a friend-
ly and somewhat shy girl. The
piano is her main interest and
we all hope she succeeds in her
ambition to be a pianist.
Activities: Art Club 1, Glee Club
3, Pep Club 4, Shorthand award
for 80 words, Typing award 40.
MARY A. STANNARD
October 13, 1934 "McGinty"
85 Holabird Ave. General
A busy gal, that Mary. She
has o finger in almost every Gil-
bert pie. Her pleasing person-
ality and ready smile earn many
friends for her.
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Science Club 3, 4, Secretary
4, Prom Committee 3, Miracle
Board 4, Student Council 3, 4,
Secretory 4, Delegate to Student
Council Conference 4, Red Cross
Committee 4, Leaders Club 4.
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Miracle Board Pin.
April 16, 1934 "Sully"
42 Whiting St. General
This friendly fellow has quieted
down since his freshmen days.
He is a swell kid, who is always
seen in the company of a cute
JANE CARTER THOMPSON
September 13, 1934 "Janie"
New Hartford College
The reason why the boys eat
in Deci's is our Janie. This at-
tractive miss from New Hartford
is full of fun and friendliness.
Activities: Pep Club 2, 4, Miracle
Board 4, Glee Club 4, Art Club
Awards: Sports G for basketball.
May 14, 1934
This happy-go-lucky girl from
Norfolk is one of the Iiveliest
specimens in the senior class. She
is one of the most capable lead-
ers at Gilbert and is admired
for the easy-going manner in
which she manages affairs.
Activities: News Board 3, 4, Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4, All State '50, New
England '51, GirI's State '5I.
Awards: Gilbert "G" 1, 2, 3,
Glee Club 2, 3, All State, New
HERMAN R. WEINGART, JR.
July 24, 1934 "Herman"
Torrington RFDNo.3 Agriculture
Herman is one of the sensible
seniors, This studious lad takes
a deep interest in farming, has
a friendly disposition, and an
Activities: Future Farmers of
Awards: Scholarship G 1, 2, 3.
MARY ELLEN WREN
June 8, 1933
Pine Meadow College
This silent senior girl is well
thought of by her classmates. Be-
hind Mary Ellen's earnest eyes
dwells a sincere and straight-
Awards: Gilbert "G" 1.
ALFRED JOHN YOUMATZ
March 8, 1933 "Al"
443 N. Main St. Mechanic Arts
This tall good-looking fellow
will long be rememberednfor that
famous speech he gave in chapel
for the Hi-Y boys. He eniays
Sunday driving all week.
Activities: Machine Shop Club 2,
Science Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,
GEORGE C. TIERNEY, JR.
North Norfolk "Big George"
July 6, 1934
This tall lad, who hails from
Norfolk is usually seen in one of
the doorways with the other
boys, Many people have won-
dered why this fellow, built so
big, has never gone out for
Activities: Aeronautics 1.
Awards: American Legion, Boy's
ANN JULIA YOUMATZ
December 8, 1934 "Annie"
R. F. D. No. 2 Commercial
Annie is as neat as a pin.
She has a quiet nature and a
wonderful sense of humor. She
acquires friends wherever she
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First Row, Left to Right: C. Anstett, B. Addison, E. Brown, J. Bouchez, N. Bronson, D. Bazzano, Y. Beaudoin
N. Beeman, S. Cameron. Second Row: M. Canfield, P. Casey, E. Centrella, S. Chapin, J. Church, B. Clark
A. Collins, J. DeINero, C. DeSanti, R. Dombrowski. Third Row: H. Green, J. Dyson, J. Deidzik, J. Duyser
M. Ellis, J. Emmons, A. Kandler, J. Eisenloer, K. Eisenloer, M. Harris, J. Grant. Fourth Row: C. Dudley
A. English, M. English, M. Freeland, F. Hinman, M. Funk, R. Fairhart, P. Grasso, P. Gay.
First Row: B. Stacy, C. Seaback, M. Vernali, J. LeGeyt, C. Ransom, J. McDonald, S. Smith, E. White,
F. Perncu, J. Merrill. Second Row: N. Pease, D. Nichols, J. Sullivan, E. Ransom, S. Parrot, M, Hoffman
E. Hendrickson, B. Hoffman, H. Jones, C. Rose, B. Smith, M. Strum, E. Thurston. Third Row: I.. Harding
E. Rowley, J. Nalette, N. Norton, J. Stacker, E. Jesperson, B. Johnson, M. Newman, S. Thomas, B, Richards
Fourth Row: A. DiCara,'M. Williams, J. Insolia, D. Wilmot, A. Humphrey, C. Whitney, B. Lachet C. Vagellus
First Row: R. Tullock, N. Smith, W. Robbins, V. Ippolito, A. Picard, J. Perry, J. Miller, R. Neal. Second
Row: J. Pappalardo, R. Senack, N. Schaefer, E. Saunders, C. Tiffany, D. Nanni, J. Passini, R. Youmctz.
Third Row: D. Zaack, R. LaCasse, F. Fazioli, S, Williams, V. Yeske, R. Goodenough, J. Woodward.
First Row, Left to Right: D. Avery, H. Ceznak, A. Veneziano, J. Darcey, P. Cooper, S. Bowles, G. Case,
C. Brooks, J. Athorn. Second Row: R. Hughes, E. Reidy, A. Dupont, D. Lawler, R. Herman, R. LaFIamme,
E. Isabelle, J. Lacascio. Third Row: F. Conklin, R. Gayer, E. Johnson, D. Poulson, C. Moskaluck, W. Jacquier,
C. Jones. '
First Row, Left to Right: M. Sullivan, D. Wetmore, C. LaCass, H. Yahne, R. Ostroshy, O. Shaller, L. Noel
E. Le Gieyt, P. Maynard, J. Zecchin. Second Row: S. Turgeon, A. Newman, B. Pulver, M. O'Conner
J. Rochleou, A. Ransom, B. Luke, S. Whitman, A. Lavieri. Third Row: M. Washburn, J. Pelkey, J, Richards
J. Silverio, C. Sylvernale, D. Robbins, E. Sindland, E. Sesko, J. Morton, V. Ryan, G. Lemieux. Fourth Row
R. Turgeon, K. Torgeson, S. Welcome, E. MacDonald, A. Mulville, B. Thibry, J. Valenti, P. Ursone.
First Row, Left to Right: J. Goode, F. Holt, M. Hart, D. Blueher, C. Dombrowski, D, Decker, A. Buscetta,
E. Francis, M. Fasciano, A. Dearing. Second Row: P. Brown, M. Finnegan, B. Brooks, S. Francis, D, Dyer,
A. Caine, B. Bahr, J. Blake, H. Hayes. Third Row: l. Hayes, E. Harding, B. Johnson, C. Clark, M. Centrella
G. Gramlich, M. Hall, M. Heath. Fourth Row: J Hunt, P. Curtin, F. Hoxie, M .Avery, S. Dwyer, M, Beebe
First Row, Left to Right: J. O'Connor, J. Borquin, J. Buttafuso, C, Case, B. Belladella, D. Gallant,
B. Carrazzo, F. Miller, S. Gangi. Second Row: H. Dayton, R. King, M. Finn, D. Bruno, J. Carrazzo,
J. Zeechin, D. Crossman, J. Cheever, E. Diulio, G. Fratini, A. Fracasso. Third Row: M. DiMartino, T. Millahn,
R. Newth, L. Cappacefalo, D. Holland, E. Jackson, J. O'Brien, J. Ramsey, J. Benedict, D. Jewliss. Fourth
Row: T. Colligan, J. Cote, J. Carter, B. Morgan, W. Hayward, E. Driscoll, A. Marshall, N. Barnard.
First Row, Left to Right: T. Olsen, E. Slater, K. O'Conner, C. Tomer, A. Sullivan, R. Kittredge, E. English,
J. Lemelin, R. Sparks. Second Row: J. Sullivan, W. Wright, E. Mooney, J. Vincent, G. Toplitz, D. O'Neil,
C. Phillips, R. Johnson, F. Lataif, R. Roberts. Third Row: T Trovaglin, L. Veretto, D. Pequiqnot, M. Coury,
D. Pequiqnot, C. Zoffelato, G. Reilly, J. Toomey, J. Wadhams. Fourth Row: R. Manson, R. Kelsey, W. Ford,
G. Stotz, R. Ransom, W. Farnham, J. Casey.
First Row, Left to Right: T. Roberts, L. Tysenski, A. Manchester, E. McCurdy, M. McBride, J. Moseley
C. Masters, J. Thurston, J. Manson, P. Roy. Second Row: J. Perkins, B. Navin, D. Schopey, G. Ransom,
E. Schlopak, Y. LuForge, N. Stewart, M. Lavieri, M. Schaeffer, C. Lucus, J. Radocchio, P. Rovvins, S. Noel.
Third Row: E. Perry, B. Rategan, V. Zeechin, R. Whitman, M. Nycz, B. Lovetere, B. VanBuskirk, A. Woiten,
D. Webb, I. Royer, M. Washington. Fourth Row: T. Tisserand, V. Wrigley, D. Williams, T. Wulbur, V. Parks
S. Turner, G. Good, J. Sullivan, M. Smith.
First Row: M. Head, S. Whitman, K. Donohue, J. Jacobs, B. Bailey, M. Cursico, F. Conklin, J. Karr,
. DiMartino, J. Brisscn. Second Row: J. Hart, B, Doty, C. Bunnell, L. DiMartino, M. Beedle, J. Dombrowski
W. Colburn, S. Boyle, J. Connole, M. Archilaski, K. DelNero, M. Casey, N. Busher, J. Bruno. Third Row:
A, Hicks, J. Kansinska, N. Lovely, L. Cote, R. Genziano, J. Gregrorie, C. Fichera, B. Curtis, J. Beecher,
R. Brady, R. Fox, D. Garrison, J. DiCapprio, M. Guest, M. Carrazzo. Fourth Row: L. Flotate, J. Grundun
S. Kilborn, F. Giannatusio, C. Kittridge, J. Judson, B. Johnson, J. Grenier, P. Haines, S. King, L. Hines
First Row, Left to Right:VE. Cook, R. Chausse,
E. Brazzo, W. Mclntyre, T. Fiske, T. Beaudoin.
D. Pranko, A. Lacascio, S. Scalora, R. Stone, R.
W. LaMese, E. Schaller, R. Zuchegna, W, Driskol,
Fourth Row: J. Arcelaschi, G. Huften, N. Goulet,
F. Currier, E. Bennett.
H. Parmelee, G. Woodworth, G. Skaret, G. Ferriera
Second Row: R. Eisenlohr, R. Herdling, T.
Dziedzic, R. Dings. Third Row: K Ostapko,
R. Holmes, J. Navin, J. Torneo, L. Fracasso, G. Bottom.
W. Connole, D. Atkins, P. Scott, P. Decker, C. Haythorn,
First Row, Left to Right: R. Royer, G. Ransom, P. Garatolo, M. Dayton, G. Madison,
P. Bazzano, W. Mclntyre. Second Row: H. Gillete, G. Sultaire, R. Dragan,
A. Garafolo, J. Chipman, L. Nero, J. Foster, P. Onion, N. LaFlamme. Third Row:
J. Burwell, J. Dyson, J. Pellarella, R. Amenta, J. Whitman, C. White, H. Nelson,
W. Carpentier, L. Venesia. Fourth Row: R. Bates, R. Garrepy, E. Dietlin, L. Warner,
A. MacDonald, K. Millard, P. Felgate, R. Prout, T, Church, R. Sturm.
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First Row, Left to Right: L. Holt, S. Foillci, P. Aldrich, R. Bronson
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Front Row, Left To Right: G. Pease, D, Johnson. Second Row, Lefi to Right: H. Weingcrf, M. Reinders,
S. lacino, M. Di Vito.
SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE
L ff Right G. Aldrich, R. Bronson, J. Thompson, S. Fuillo.
JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE
Left To Right: S. WiIIiams, J. Poppclordo, R. F irhurt, N. Smith, A. Dupont.
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First Row, Left to Right: A. Whitney,
K Donahue, B. Bailey, J. Perkins,
N. Busher, M. Casey, M. Smith, M.
Curcio, Second Row: Miss Sonier, P.
Haynes, L. Hines, J, Blake, D. Wet-
more, M. Harris, S. Chapin, I. Royer,
M. Bettle, J. Conole, L. Flotat, D.
Francis, S. Noel, B. Navin, P. May-
nard, L. Noel, M. Finnegan, V. Zee-
chin. Third Row: K. Torgeson, P.
Ursone, S. Silvernale, B. Brooks, D.
Decker, A. Newman, M. Guest, S.
Boyle, J. Gregoire, J. Moseley, R.
Genziano, C. Kittredge, C. Ficheria,
D Williams, M. Carrozzone, S.
Whitman, A. Laveri, B. Bahr, A.
Bescetta, E. Sesko, B. Van Buskirk.
Fourth Row: A. Manchester, S. Clark,
. Beebe, P. Robins, M. Williams,
. Heath, J. Pelkey.
First Row, Left to Right: C. Dudley
H. Jones, B Bond, E. MacDonald, D
Wilmot, M. Avery, A. Mulville, M
Stannard, A. Humphrey, F. Hayden
Second Row: Miss Sonier, S. Smith
S. Whitman, J. Silverip, J. Richards
B. Brooks, A. Lavieri, J. Merrill, P
Ursone, B. Bohr, D, Decker, J. Mor
ton, C. Seaback, D. Blueher, E
Francis, P. Wetmore, Third Row: M
, Ursone, D. Beach, J. Thompson, M
I O'Connor, Y. Beaudoin, H. Funk, M
I Finnigan, J. Blake, J. Sullivan, M
Heath, J. Pelky, D. Chicos, A. New
man, L. Holt, E. Hendrikson, P
McCabe, S. lacino, S. Simons, E
Centrella, D. Nichols. Fourth Row
C. Clark, L, Harding, C. Rose, M
Sturm, J. Duyser, E. Harding, C
Vogellas, A. English, M. Williams
M. Beebe, L. Noel, K. Torgeson, M
Darling, E. Siogreng D. Bazzano.
SENIOR GLEE CLUB
The Senior Glee Club which is composed of the
upper three classes of girls and boys from all classes
hold its meetings every Wednesday evening under
the direction of "Ma" Sonier. Every year the Glee
Club presents a spring concert followed by the an-
nual alumni dance, hold a Christmas party, and goes
carol singing. Besides these annual events, members
are chosen each year to participate in the All-State
Chorus and the New English Festival. The guest or-
ganization that appeared in the spring concert this
year was the male chorus from Sampson Air Force
Base. A County Festival was added to the schedule
this year, and the guest conductor was Professor John
Freshman and sophomer girls who intend to join
Senior Glee Club are required to attend Girls'
Chorus. They take part in all the concerts and other
local activities. They are also eligible to attend
Laurel Music Camp.
President , .. JOAN PELKEY
ebb, L. Cote, D. Bleuheur, E.
.Harding, J. Beecher, T. Wilbur,
MacDonald, S. Dwyer, M, Avery,
Wilmot, B. Johnson, A. Mulville,
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D. Raymond from Lafayette College. The members
are also eligible to attend C.M.E.A. This camp is held
at West Hill for a week every summer.
President ,, ..,....,... DANIEL SMITH
Vice-President . . SALVATORE FAILLA
Treasurer ..... .,,, MARIA URSONE
Scribe .. . ..
Librarian. .. . ..
Manager .. ..
. SHELDON WILLIAMS
,, ....,.,. SALLY IACINO
. ...... ELIZABETH BOND
, DOROTHY WETMORE
. PAULA URSONE
. .. JANE MOSELEY
, ,. ,. ANN MULVILLE
may 1,433 . V 0
Front Row: A. Hicks, L, Noel, B.
Pulver, E. White, M. Ellis, M. Wash-
burn, B. luke, J. Hart. Second Row
Mrs. Braithwaite, J, Karr, T. Tisseran
S. Noel, S. King, R, Fox, L. Cote,
l. Tysenski, J. Grudin, J. Brisson,
Mrs. Spears. Third Row: S. Kilborn
N. Stewart, D. Wilmot, P. Casey, Bl
Van Buskirk, M, Archilaski, J. Gre-
THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Homemaking Club was formed at Gilbert to Each year there are food sales which prove useful to
promote the domestic arts. Under Mrs. Spears' and the club members and are always well received by
Mrs. Braithwaits' guidance the girls learn many useful the student body.
short cuts used in every day tasks by homemakers.
THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
This club was organized at Gilbert in 1925, and are discussed, and visits are made to neighboring
is for anyone who is interested in agriculture. The farms.
club has many activities in which farming methods
First Row: R. LaCasse, F. Currien,
A. Scaret, R. Jacquier, G. Lewis, R
Goodenough, P. Avery, G. Bottom
G. Ransom. Second Row: R. John
son, R, Zuchegna, B. Demonstranti
Mr. Coleman, G. Huston, D. Jewiss
C. Benedict, H. Thrall. Third Row
George Lewis, Dave Pequignot, J
Cheever, D. Crossman, Don Pequig
not, J. Zeechin, D. McCarthy, F
Conklin, l. Venezia, Fourth Row: C
Haythorn, E. Johnson, D. O'Neil, H
Weingart, K. Millard, P. LaCasse, R
First Row, Left to Right: A. Lavieri,
B. Richards, F. Perna, S. lacino, B.
Burg, M. Ursone, R. Bronson, J. Mer-
rill, H. DiMartina. Second Row, Left
to Right: A. Manchester, E. Deming,
M. Guest, K. Torgesan, H, Funk, J.
Moseley, E. Rowley, L. Harding, A.
Humphrey, P. Chapman, A. English,
P. LaRoche, C. Manchester, Y. Beau-
doin, K. Morehardt, J. O'Connor.
Third Raw, Left to Right: K. O'Con-
nor, R. King, R. Amenta, S. Whit-
man, C. Dombrowski, D. Williams,
J. Delnero, D. Decker, G. Fratini,
M. Dayton, L, Nero. Fourth Row: A.
Marshall, J. Darcey, L. Capocefalo,
R. Herman, C. Fowler, S. Williams,
R. Hughes, J. Woodward, R. Bates.
The Gilbert Dramatic Club is twenty years old
this year. The purpose of the club has always been
to allow those interested in dramatics to increase
their knowledge and to develop their ability in this
Each week a program, produced by one of the
classes, is presented to the other Dramatic Club mem-
First printed in 1935, the Gilbert School News has
progressed from a page in the Winstead Evening
Citizen to an independent publication.
Its l7th anniversary dinner, held at Gilbert
School last winter, marked the halfway mark of its
most successful season to-date.
Miss Helen Sheldrick and Miss Joan McGowan
bers. At Christmas the club presented for the faculty
and student body a one-act play entitled "Christmas
for the Duchess."
President ,....,.,. , ..,.. ROBERT BRONSON
Vice-President .... .,..... , .. SALLY IACINO
Secretary ,.... ..... M ARIA URSONE
Treasurer ,. ..,. BETSY BURG
advise a staff of twenty students consisting of ten
seniors and ten iuniors who were elected to senior
board positions this spring.
One of the highlights of the year for the Board
members was a trip to Meriden, where a Connecticut
Scholastic Press Association meeting was attended.
Several ideas for improving the News resulted from
First Row, Left to Right: N. Pachenzi,
M. Ursone, E, Siogren, W. Twombly,
C. Hainer, B. Band, P. McCabe, J.
Bolus. Second Row: C. Seaback, J.
Merrill. Third Row: J. Darcey, Joan
McGowan ladvisorb, A. English, G,
Pease, D, Rebillard, Helen Sheldrick
ladvisorl, R. Hughes. Fourth Row: J.
Duyser, P. Felgate, P. Latchet, M.
First Row: J. Sullivan, P. Casey, V.
Ryan, M. Bailey, A. Bascetta, J.
Good, L. Rosner. Second Row: R.
Gallant, M. Stannard, M. Curtiss, B.
Curtiss, M. Beadle, J. Manson.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The annual Junior Red Cross drive was again Each selected room collector worked for a 10006
successful in receiving a sufficient amount of funds enrollment record with the help of Miss Bailey, the
to help support the Red Cross this year.
advisor. The money obtained from this drive is sent
to headquarters for necessary proiects.
The Student Council is comprised of members of
the faculty and eleven students of high academic
standing and principle.
The council has given students an opportunity to
express their viewpoint.
This year the council was reprsented by its three
officers at the First Statewide Conference on Student
Government at the Litchfield Junior Republic.
Secretary .. .,
. ., , ,,.,...,,. .... WILLIAM MOONEY
First Row: J. Pappalardo, M, Stan-
nard, W. Mooney, E. Julian, C.
Case. Second Row: Mr. Moseley,
Mr. Fecto, L. Nerro, A. Sullivan, N.
Smith, R. Gayer, G. Case, Miss
First Row: C. Seabuck, J. Richards,
F. Perna, J. Morton, B. Burg. Second
Row: G. Gramlick, C. Dudley, Miss
Gobbi, E. Marchi, A. English.
The main object of this organization is to provide
moral support for the athletic teams and to promote
better school spirit. The Pep Club, which is under the
guidance ot the cheerleaders, was very active at all
games this year. Buses were had for nearly all out
ot town games.
A year ago, the Leaders' Club made its debut at
Gilbert. The club is made up of girls chosen by Miss
Deppin who show an active interest in sports. Intra-
murals have become important due to the efforts of
the club. Under the supervision ot Miss Deppin, regu-
Under the capable guidance of Esther Marchi,
captain, and Carol Seaback, co-captain, the girls
have had a splendid year.
Captain . ,. .. .. ESTHER MARCH!
Co-Captain . , . CAROL SEABACK
lar meetings are held,
President . , , JOAN JOHNSON
Vice-President . , MARGARET CANFIELD
Secretary ELINOR ROWLEY
First Row, Left to Right: D. Johnson,
K, Hitchcock, D. Williams, J. Mose-
ley, R. Genziano, C. Clark, M. Rein-
ders, M. Darling. Second Row, Left
to Right: Miss Deppin, L. Holt, M.
Avery, A. Humphrey, M. Canfield,
J. Johnson, E. Rowley, J. Bouchez,
S, Chapin, J. Zecchin. Third Row,
Lett to Right: S. Rasansky, L. Rosner,
J. Church, R. Fairhurt, D. Nichols,
E. Hoxie, M. Stannarcl, P. Curtin,
M. Washburn, A. Dearing, J. Patten,
First ROW, Left to Right: C. Seaback,
Mr. Atwood, S. Iacino. Second Row,
Left to Right: R. Bronson, R. Gqyer,
The Gilbert Athletic Association, under the able they campaign for funds to aid in the promotion of
direction of Mr. Atwood, gives financial assistance to these sports.
basketball, baseball and football. Each September,
The Pep Club, organized in 1950, helps to pro- of the most important and efficient organizations in
mote school spirit among the students. It has been a the school.
great success since it was first founded. This is one
First Row, Left to Right: J. Morton,
B. Burg, G. Gramlick, A. English,
C, Dudley, E. Marchi, F. Perna, C.
Seaback. Second Row: S. Whitney,
N. Pachenzi, M. Harris, B. Bailey,
M. Smith, J. Johnson, J. Jacobs, K.
Donahue, A. Deering, P. Roy. Third
Row: J, Richards, J. Gregoire, D.
Chicos, R. Genziano, L. Flotat, K.
Del Nero, S. Boyle, D. Shopey, D.
Webb, N. Busher, M. Casey, R.
Whitman, J. Connolle, C. Fichero,
H. Funk, Fourth Row: L. Lataif, A.
Newman, B. Nelson, F. Coon, E.
Caton, J. Valenti, M. Reinders, J.
Thompson, S. Iacino, S. Simmons, M
Freeland, G. Pease. Fifth Row: J
Silverio, J. Patten, D. Johnson, P
Casey, P. Heacox, E. Rowlas, A
Humphrey, B. Bond, B. Johnson, J
Beecher, M. Williams, P. Goddard
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards ot Christian
conduct" is the aim of the Tri-Y, which was organ-
ized in Winsted in I935.
This year Tri-Y held a very successful Halloween
dance, and has donated a sum ot money to the
Y.M.C.A. and to the Anna Hadley Hakes Clinic.
First Row, Lett to Right: S. Chapin,
Miss Barton, M. Avery, G. Gramlich,
C. Seaback, P. McCabe, S. Iacino,
F. Perna, A. Humphrey, J. Morton,
K, Burwell. Second Row, Left to
Right: M. Beebe, E. McDonald, M.
Finnegan, L. Rosner, B. Addsion, J.
Bouchez, R. Fairhart, P. Grassa, C.
Manchester, M. Heath, K. Targeson.
Tri-Y is one of the most important and prosperous
clubs at Gilbert.
President . ,.,. ..,,.. S ALLY IACINO
Vice-President . . , FRANCES PERNA
Secretary . . . . ,. . CAROL SEABACK
The Laurel City Hi-Y, founded in I934, and dis-
banded for a short time, now exists in Gilbert as
one of the most active clubs.
Its creed is similar to Tri-Y and has initiations
twice ci year in the spring and in the tall.
This year has been one ot their best, for the
Football Rally and Dance they sponsored turned out
to be a great success.
Vice-President .. ..
Treasurer .,., ..
Secretary ....,..,. . .....,, ,
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. , . MICHAEL BUTTUFASO
. ...,,,..,... GEORGE CASE
First Row, Lett to Right: Mr, Fecto,
S .FaiIIa, J. Crossman, R. LaFIamme,
W. Mooney, F. Smith, M. Buttafuso,
C. Brooks, G. Reilly, C. Case. Second
Row, Left to Right: D. Pequignot, R.
Gayer, R, Bronson, G. Aldrich, G.
Case, D. Smith, A. Youmatz, H.
Cesnak, L. Veretto, D, Pequignot,
M. Coury, A. Veneziano.
First Raw, Left to Right: S. Kozlow
ski, S. Williams, J. Woodward, P.
Co er D Lawler S Failla R
Hughes. Second Row, Left to Right:
M. Bazzano, B. Bond, M. Avery, A.
Murville, F. Hoxie, M. Cooper, E.
Rowley, C. Dudley, G. Gramlich, D.
Williams, J. Richards, A, Lavirei, M.
Ursone, C. Seaback, Miss Deppin,
The Ski Club, which is now being held at Gilbert reduced rates at Laurel Hill which all have taken
forthe third year, has obtained during the past year advantage ot. During the year the club has planned
recognition from the Laurel Hill Skiers as an organ- various skiing excursions as a group.
ized club. This has entitled the members to enioy
I Any boys who has a sport's letter is eligible to ther athletics at Gilbert by improving school spirit,
loin the Varsity Club. Under the able guidance of maintciining good sportsmanship, and promoting more
Coach Kent and "Spud" Fecto the club aims to fur- interest among the boys.
First Row, Left to Right: S. Koslow
ski, J. Crossman, R. LaFlamme, D
Pequignot, G. Case, C. Brooks, M
Buttafuso, W. Mooney, R. Hughes
C. Case. Second Row, Left to Right
R. Gayer, R. Bronson, G. Aldrich
S. Failla, J. Perry, M. Coury, D
Pequignot, L. Verretto, Mr. Fecto.
The Science Club under the supervision of Mr.
Atwood is divided into groups of two, a different
group each week performing a scientific demonstra-
tion before the members.
During the past year Mr. Sisson, superintendent
of the Litchfield County Hospital, and Dr. Opper,
pathologist at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, spoke
before the club. Members themselves often give talks
on subiects in which they are interested.
This club is open to any member of the three
K E Y
The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis, is a
service organization whose purpose is to build leader-
ship and serve the community. The members are
chosen for their leadership qualities from all four
First Row, Left to Right: R. Tullock
J. MacDonald, M. O'Connor, M
Stannard, S. Fuille, C. Laverie, P
McCabe, E. Centrella, J. Bolus. Sec
ond Row: Mr. Atwood, M. Smith, F
Hayden, R. Rebillard, J, Coldwell
B. Bond, T. Plante, J. Papplarado
Third Row: R. Youmutz, E. Reidy
C. Brooks, C. Tiany, C. Philips, E
Isabelle, J. Pustinger, Fourth Row
L. Royer, A. Youmatz, E. Thiery, C
Hainer, D. Hetu, D. Poulsen, G
upper classes. Participation in this club, whether as
a supplement to regular work or as an interest in
itself, has been found to be of great benefit to the
President . , ..
Vice-President . ..
Reporter , . ..
Program Committee .. . .
- FRANCES HAYDEN
Sergeant-at-arms . , .BETTY BOND
classes. During the year the club has sponsored va-
rious activities, notably a dance and the March of
First Row, Left to Right: R. Hughes,
T. Dietlin, S. Williams, J. Wood-
ward. Second Row: A. Sullivan, E.
Mooney, A. DuPont, W. Mooney, D.
Lawyer, J. Gangi.
First Row: E. Cook, J. Dombrowski,
D. Chicos, C. Auer, H. Dayton, N
Pachenzi, J. Blake, M. Finnigan, T
Robert. Second Row: Mr. Johnson
J. English, J. Valenti, M. Beebe, S
Clark, M. Williams, J. Silverio, H
Cesnak, N, LaFlamme, R. Dings
Third Row: R. Sparks, R. Kittredge,
F. Lataif, J. Athorn, W. Twombly,
T. Dietlin, P. Felgate, E. Duilio, J
The Camera Club was organized several years
ago by an eager group of students interested in
photography and moving pictures.
Through the years they have added new equip-
ment, but this year has been the most progressive.
In spite ot great expense they improved the dark
room and purchased more modern equipment.
F R E N C H
The French Club is a new club, and their activi-
ties are various.
They have put on skits and plays, and have given
reports about France.
They recently sent a CARE package to France.
Besides their own interests, the members of the
club assist the Miracle by submitting snapshots taken
about the school.
President HAROLD DAYTON
Secretary NANCY PACHENZI
They have also held a Food Sale. As can easily be
seen, the members of this club have a great deal of
Their advisor, Miss Gobbi, has proved an apt
Pins will be given out to the members of this club.
First Row: P, Maynard, D. Wetmore,
E, MacDonald, A. Mulville, S. Koz-
lowski, E. Mooney, B. Brooks, G.
Ransom, J. Dyson. Second Row: D.
Dyer, P. Curtain, J, Rocheleau, J.
Nalette, E. Harding, M. Avery, J.
Emmons, E, Hendrickson, D. Braz-
zano, A. Karlson, B. Murray, Miss
Gobbi, E. Francis. Third Row: A.
Caine, C. LaCass, B. Bahr, G. Ran-
son, P. Latchet, J. Dyser, H. Hayes,
P. Ursone, Fourth Row: T. Olsen,
R. Zack, J. Vogellus, J. O'Brien, J.
Buttafuso, S. Miller.
FISHING 81 GAME CLUB
The Fish and Game Club of Gilbert is a new club,
organized this year by students who are interested
in fresh air. In this club, talks are given, usually by
the student, on his fishing and hunting experiences.
club has been very successful as
Vice-President ......, .,4,,
Although it was only organized this year, this Treasurer .
a new club for the
President ., ,. .. .. .. JOHN CARTER
. GROVER ALDRICH
First Row, Left to Right: J. Bourquin,
W. Ford, M. DiMartino, W. Huy-
ward, J. Carter, R, Gallant, L. Mor-
ton, R. Sturm, Mr. Fecto. Second
Row, Left to Right: N. Barnard, J.
Turra, D. Pequignot, G. Aldrich, D.
Pequignot, J. Crossman, H. Parme-
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First Row, Left to Right: F. Juszle, J. Perry, B. Belladella, J. Crossman, S. Failla, G. Aldrich, M. Buttafuse,
S. Kozlowski, R. Bronson, M. Coury, L. Veretto, C. Case. Second Row, Lett to Right: R. Kent, E. Slater, D.
Cooney, B. Julian, G. Reilly, R. Vincent, T. Colligan, B. Bates, J. Dyson, D. Pequignot, R. LaFlamme, D.
Pequignot, R. Johnson, C. Fecto, J. Bourquin. Third Row, Lett to Right: J. Buttafuse, J. Burwell, J. Athorn,
G. Philips, C. Moskaluk, A. Poulsen, R. Manson, E. Dietlin, C. Tomer, J. Arceslaski, S. Scalara. Fourth Row,
Lett to Right: C. Hawthorn, E. Shaller, G. Huften, W. Wright, G. Saltaire.
F O O T B A L L
Gilbert has had a fine season this year. Their The most important game was with East Haven, in
coach, Roy Kent, has worked hard and the result which Gilbert lost.
was a good squad.
The team fought hard, and gave a good account
There were a few rallys to give the players
spirit, at which there was a very fine showing ot
They are looking formard to a successful season
This year, the team won 5 games, and lost 3. next year.
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Veretto, D. Crossman, Mr. Walker. Second Row: S. Williams, W. Darcey, M. Coury, P. Cooper, R. Hughes,
E. Reidy, G. Case, T. Travaglin, A. Poulsen, J. Woodward, J. Pillarella, M. Nichols.
THE BASKETBALL TEAM
The 1951-1952 basketball team was very success-
ful, compiling a 12 and 8 record. The scrappy and
agressive players, with just one six-footer, made an
High scorer for the year was "Grump" Crossman,
who totaled 246 points, an average of 12.3 per
game. The foulingest man was John Crossman, who
totaled seventy-two for the year, an average of 3.6
fouls per game.
The team opened the year by handing the Alum-
ni a 35-31 defeat, then were defeated by Torrington
in a thriller, 54-40. Plainville was turned back 72-52,
while Seymour defeated us 61-50. The Torrington
game played at home also gave Gilbert a 54-27
loss, while Sacred Heart was iubilatecl with a 54-40
win. Seymour also handed Gilbert a 61-50 defeat,
but Gilbert then defeated Stonington 67-64. Mid-
dletown, Killingly, and Rockville were all turned
back with scores of 77-31, 50-44, and 60-43 res-
pectively. Windsor handed Gilbert a 59-45 defeat,
while they outclassed Goodwin Tech in a 51-50
thriller. Searles and Killingly were turned back with
scores of 41-36, and 58-51. Then Goodwin Tech,
Stonington, and Rockville all gained decisive victories
over Gilbert with scores of 44-40, 82-40, and 63-44.
But Gilbert defeated Windsor in a 66-54 battle, and
also handed Southington a 52-50 loss in the last
three seconds of a very exciting game. Middletown
was successfully beaten 62-49.
Gilbert was invited to play in the Class B Tourna-
ment, in New Haven with Darien as an opponent.
Captain .,.... ...... J OHN CROSSMAN
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R. Hughes, R. Gayer, C. Fecto - Assistant Coach. Second Row, Left to Right: D. Cooney, W. Julian, D.
Pequignot, M. Coury, R. Morgan, L. Veretto, D. Pequignot, R. Bella Della, R. Kittredge. Third Row, Left
to Right: J. Schramm, J. Sultaire, D. Crossman, W. Driscoll, C. Zuffelato, J. O'Brien, A. Allison, T. Colligan,
As this copy goes to the printer's shop, the Gilbert
baseball Yellow-Jackets have played only three
games. These were exhibition tilts, with the League
games coming next.
The Jackets, under the guidance of Coach Carl
Coleman, are considered, at this writing, a definite
power in the Naugatuck Valley League. If they be-
come the possessors of the Championship Plaque in
June, the Miracle staff can say, "We told you so."
Coach Coleman, assisted by Mr. Fecto, will make
his bid with a fast moving club comprised of Bill
Mooney and Bill Julian alternating at first, John
Bardino at second, Chiefo Belladella at short, Dick
Gayer at third, Leon Veretto in right, John Crossman
in center and pitching, Dick Kittredge in left, George
Case on the mound with Crossman, and Mike Butta-
fuso behind the plate. Reserves Hughes, Pequignot,
Colligan, and Cooney will be on hand.
For the past several seasons the Jackets have
been operating in the fast Valley League which in-
cludes such baseball strongholds as Wilby, Ansonia,
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THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
THE CLASS OF T952
HEREBY ADDRESSED TO THE CLASS OF
We, the Class of 1952, of the Gilbert High School, do he
declare this to be our last
will and testament.
To the under classmen
We bequeath the golden halls
Of Gilbert that they may
Enioy them for many years to come.
Mike Adamo bequeaths his vitality to Norman Smith.
Pete Aldrich bequeaths his physique to John Carter.
Jacqueline Asselin bequeaths her smile to Grump Crossman.
Eleanor Atkins bequeaths her silence to Ann Humphrey.
Caroline Auer bequeaths her leopard skirt to Esther Thurston.
John Bardino bequeaths his bookkeeping to Mr. Pitt.
Carmine Bascetta bequeaths his oral book reports to Ivan Sha
Diana Beach bequeaths her choke to Dale Lawler
Mary Bernard bequeaths her taxi service to George Case.
John Bolus bequeaths his car to Mary Avery.
Betty Bond bequeaths her vitality to Gail Gramlich.
Ann Boulet bequeaths her quiet ways to Yvonne Beaudoin.
Robbie Bronson bequeaths his memories to Carol Seaback.
Dot Burdick bequeaths her good disposition to Ann Mulville.
Betsy Burg bequeaths her itchy fingers to Jeanette McDonald.
Kay Burwell bequeaths her lisp to Rose Marie Dombrowski.
Mike Buttafuso bequeaths his pin-ups to Alex MacDonald.
Barbara Calabrese bequeaths her quiet ways to John Athorn.
Jeanne Caldwell bequeaths her horsetail to Margie Harris.
Theresa Carlino bequeaths her curly hair to Mr. Graves.
Ellie Caton bequeaths her personality to Frank Smith.
Paul Chapman bequeaths his English comps to Robert Gooden
Dot Chicos bequeaths her laugh to Dolly Bazzano.
Fanny Coan bequeaths her pull in the office to Roger Brown.
Eunice Collar bequeaths her suave manner to Millie Williams.
Mary Cooper bequeaths her knitting to Delia Williams.
John Crossman bequeaths his red pants to Don Pequignot.
Mary Curtiss bequeaths her personality to Ellen MacDonald.
Mary Darling bequeaths her name to all lovers.
Bobby Dean bequeaths his Dodd's truck to the Glee Club.
Teddy Dietlin bequeaths his pugalism to Ed Reidy.
Mike DiVita bequeaths his little brother to Gilbert.
John Doyle bequeaths his iokes to Gail Ellis.
Shirley Dyer bequeaths her driving to Silvia Chapin
Barney Dyson bequeaths his discussions with Miss Sheldrick to R
Sal Failla bequeaths the A 8. P to Charles Brooks.
reby make, publish and
Marilyn Farnham bequeaths her grin to Barbara Hoffman.
Joe Fasciano bequeaths his title to Mr. Fecto.
Fred Ferris bequeaths his dancing to Shed Williams.
Skippy Fowler bequeaths his neckties to Victor Yeske.
Pat Fracasso bequeaths her white bathing suit to Pat Royer.
Adelbert Funk bequeaths his restlessness to Charlotte Ransom.
Helen Funk bequeaths her dramatic ability to Lois Rosner.
Phyllis Goddard bequeaths her brains to Pauline Gay.
Doris Goodwin bequeaths her sewing ability to Charlene Whiting.
Mary Green bequeaths her haughtiness to Ann English.
Charles Hainer bequeaths his wild stories to Audrey Kandler.
Frannie Hayden bequeaths her poodle to Frances Hinman.
Dick Hetu bequeaths his love notes to Gilbert School files.
Lorraine Holt bequeaths her friendly ways to Suzanne Turner.
Bill Hotchkiss bequeaths his height to the basketball team.
Sally lacino bequeaths her French ,book to Miss McGowan.
Dolores Johnson bequeaths her ambition to Harriet Miller.
Joan Johnson bequeaths her pep to Eleanor Hendrickson..
Earle Julian bequeaths his voice to Tony Veneziana.
Alberta Karlson bequeaths Paul to nobody.
Stan Kozlowski bequeaths his muscles to John Darcy.
Phyllis LaRocque bequeaths her sophisticated air to Florence Hoxie.
Lorraine Lataif bequeaths her blue black waves to Mr. Rumrill.
Carmine Lavieri bequeaths his shyness to Janet Morton.
Jean Maccalous bequeaths her wit to Albert DuPont.
Marjorie Madden bequeaths her quietness to Jean Church.
Carol Manchester bequeaths her blonde hair to Marjorie Hoffman.
Evelyn Marchand bequeaths her dignity to Frances Perna.
Dale Marchione bequeaths his drawing ability to Stephen Bowles.
Pat McCabe bequeaths her neatness to Jack Perry.
William Mooney beqeuaths his geometry book to Gregory Johnson
Betty Lou Murray bequeaths her absent slips to Judy Del Nero.
Barbara Nelson bequeaths her sweaters to Elinor Rowley.
Lorraine Noel bequeaths her cheery ways to Joan lnsolio.
Nancy Pachenzi bequeaths her size to Mary Avery.
Jean Patten bequeaths her shoes to Maureen Newman.
Gloria Pease bequeaths her brains to Pat Casey.
Tommy Plante bequeaths his ring to Mary Freeland.
John Pustinger bequeaths his wit to Jacqueline Hunt.
Ted Raymond bequeaths his pompousness to Clifford Tiffany.
Dorothy Rebillard bequeaths her typewriter to Renee Fairhart.
Ruth Rebillard bequeaths her quiet smile to Betty Brown.
May Reinders bequeaths her garralousness to Joan Dyson.
John Rocheleau bequeaths his physics book to Mr. Juzli.
Joan Rouillard bequeaths her sweetness to Fred Lataif.
David Royer bequeaths his bowling to Dot Dyer.
Dick Samuelsen bequeaths his height to John O'Connor.
Tommy Santoro bequeaths his arguments to Joe Gaber.
Shirley Simons bequeaths Newberry's to Vincent lppolito.
Elsie Siogren bequeaths her aloofness to Carol Dudley.
Danny Smith bequeaths his laugh to Santa Claus.
Jean Smith bequeaths her horse pictures to Gail Gramlich.
Mary Stannard bequeaths her skiing ability to Margaret Canfield.
John Sullivan bequeaths Miss Barton to all French Students.
Edward Thiery bequeaths his size to Donald Fullock.
Jane Thompson bequeaths Desci's to Frances Hinman.
Wells Twobly bequeaths his hair to Albert Marshall.
Maria Ursone bequeaths her aggressiveness to Mary Ann Nycz.
Herman Weingart bequeaths his report cards to anyone who needs them
Mary Wren bequeaths her dry humor to Miss Moorehart.
Al Youmatz bequeaths his blushing to Julie Valenti.
Ann Youmatz bequeaths her whispers to Pat Grasso.
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Q THE UNION PIN CO.
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5 1 Lumber - Building Supplies - Homgas
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Q Specializing in the Manufacture of General Electric Appliances
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5 STRAIGHT COMMON PINS Featuring General Motors Q
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