Gilbert School - Miracle Yearbook (Winsted, CT)

 - Class of 1953

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MOSELEY 9 RQ x X "Life is an unfoldment, and the further we travel the more truth we can comprehend. To understand the things that are at our door is the best preparation for understanding those that lie beyond." HYPATIA C400 A.D.D 5 THE MIRACLE BCDARD THE CLASS OF1953 6 ff fxa H GXJ fp . ' xx ' tl 5 7. 05" ,J ,pub K Hb O01 SGW . 674-k XG:- ' 7,4 ffmg x l' ' YK 'f' 4 21 Q VP wnmn - Of Q x ,000-1 r-Jo, 'F Q 141' 4' A.: if, In 1" ul , ,' -,,l'---Z'-wg, Q ,,f:"'-,Li'1 'V " -"- ' 9Hf,Z-- -g 1 ,-:Z -vs' . ' .- h .- ..- 'x .g -f-.- Y 4 X ff' A, , 1 l Q-.-5-uv--.4 x v .' ff-as I- , xx pd N ..f?Q'f"' 4. .. --- Q ---1 . Nw f ---x f QE E' Mm E ' x E5 1 ug I ,NK -K 4' xx i jf? lf' X M BMW Je XX w b" X S Xu .QS A K , i X "i' A 1 MARION E. ALLEN Librarian B. A. Radcliffe B. S. Simmons ELLSWORTH BEECHER Physical Education, Biology, Geography, Driver Education B. S. Arnold College Assistant Coach for Football Team A.ISABELLE BIGELMAN General Science Social Science B. A. New York State Teachers' College JOHN G. ATWOOD MARGER . AIL DOROTHY L. A Physics, Chemistry Matheigati , French Math maicv B. A. Lafayette B. A. M nt Holyoke B. A. Uni of Maine Pd. B. New York i 1. for M. Ed. B 1ilEniversity State Teachers' College Sf nt ouncil f. Slfldvisorfor Advisor for Science Club M. A. ol bia University unior Red Cross Director of A. A. Drive IQ? ADA S. BENEDICT Book Department B. A. Mount Holyoke MARION L. BUZZELL Stenography, Typewriting B.eA. Boston University CARL A. COLEMAN ROBERT L. CORMIER EVELYN S. DEMING EVERETT B. DOWE, JR. Vocational Agriculture Stenography, Typewriting English Physics, Plane Geometry B. S. Rhode Island B. S. in Ed. New Britain Keene Teachers' College B. S. Holy Cross Baseball Coach State Teachers' College T1-agk Coach Advisor for Advisor for the Future Farmers of America Commercial Club JAMES B. FORTUNA CHE:!13f: I-Iiigigro Ad Bookkeeping, . 1 vanced Bookkeeping, B. A., M. A. Trinity Cost Accounting, Advisor Student Council BUSUIESS Arithmetic Assistant Advisor B. S. at New Britain for Foofbau and Baseball Sfafe Teachers' Cfvllese Football Coach VVILLIAM G. GRAVES STE?-IIEN JOHNSON , , op, Drawing A. B. Colgate University B S Norman English and Industrial Advisor for Arts College North Dakota Yearbook Advisor for the Camera Club 9 X N JOAN E. MCGOWAN Latin, History A. B. Radcliffe Assistant Advisor Gilbert School News Advisor of Class Night Committee ELIZABETH I. MUT CH Latin, Spanish Ph. B. University of Vermont HAMILTON PITT English, History, Economics B. A. Acadia University M. A. University of Conn. Assembly Committee Advisor in Guidance Program CHARLES F. MOORE KATHERINE MARY E. MURPHY I Machine Shop MOREHARDT I-Iomemaking Oswego Normal School English St. joseph College Advisor for B' A-f M5 Ed- u B. S. University of Vermont junior Machinists Club Boston Umvefslq' Advisor for C0'AdVf501' Future Homemakers of for Dramatic Club America Commencement Speeches DAVID B. NICHOLS History B. A. Dartmouth M. A. Columbia Vice-Principal Basketball Coach Student Council Advisor PATRICIA ROBINSON Physical Education B. A., M. A. Conn. College for Women New York University University of Michigan Advisor for Tri-Y Advisor for Girls Sports Club 10 X850-Ptiitca- . . i . .... f .fgiisi - 1 - ff. 1 K fi ji 1 6 HELEN N. SCHAEFER HELEN SHELDRICK EDITH B. SMALL ELIZABETH SONIER Assistant Librarian English Biology, Geography Music A. B. Smith College B. A. University of Skidmore B. S. Tufts A. M. Radcliffe New Hampshire B. s. Columbia Director of Giee Club M. A. Boston University Makeup Advisor for Advisor for Dramatic Club Gilbert School News Assembly Committee .Ji-aw MARGARET H. SPEERS Homemaking B. S. University of Conn. Co-Advisor for Homemaking Club CLARA L WHITE Secretary to the Principal Bentley Business School , V 1" 7 ,. 4, .CV is iii' DONALD WALKER English, Mathematics B. S. Ed. New Britain Teachers' College junior Varsity Basketball Coach Ma.. .QM CLARA WING French, English B. A., M. A. Middlebury College French Club Advisor 'II - ' . -- 311.1 i A 5 " 521515-' -1, E if . -. ' iff: ' L L P Q 'H , Q " Wu? 5 rn. S - 'v it Am 1.51211 4 Q 'Si Sl' x sd . WSE 'Q . NM Ani, + ,,,, -harm , I 1 , , .3 in , .kfijif f , A 'f f f' 14 R 'wig I , ' 1 Y, 'ix - , as f. ' E D. x.o.u-Mer - Lahas . , . . ,V . , '.., ,gm . ,I . . , 1 " '..--'."-.." f' '.',.---' I, . '.1 -'rg '1' ,.,, ,.. . , . .,, f f 'E ff' 21:- - lg? 2 555, Z- 3 ,fr W -1:8 VL: ? 4 gf 37' 5 E. , ' Z, 'X 4 X X If' 4-X Sw if rf! I X l x , X X I' 371217 :wxnx NN X N37 f 'I 1 f ZXQLN 'W ,X X ,S X fb K X Q N M' X X f .QR V In ' mx xX f Ja . i f f ' af. ' I I X Q X ff 'P jfs. W ' 1 ff X v XV Q Y X ' ' 1. ' ' ', , NQZ4' 'v lffjlf N LT' X QeS"?:1Q?,'f' ff W -:a-- W 1 A f 'afez-"A - Wk Q71 f Mfl+-iff-f L ' xl-N ' ., f! 'f f 'N N-N"SGL. QQ , . M, ji Qgjf'-.2 IQ , 'n f -T 'X J 1 ' .., - x' "- J, -,M Y f 4- 5k1E'g4H , my ug pw .. z " x , X ,tf2gzi!vf:E'i :VM -55 ff jj Q 'v59:fQ"-""fff2l9 ' x"" ", FT' ' QNX if 4 QW? 1 Q ff XZX D' , yi 9 I M, f I I X ,K jd ff if ,,' ? 'U F 9 Nj Cx f V W QQQWQQQFCOWM-E J' AQ if .0 MX 4 2 A fffw ELIZABETH T. ADDISON March 25, 1935 "Betty" Colebrook River Rd. General Cute . . . can't stop laughing . . . peppy, enthusiastic . . . neat dress- er . . . always on the go. Actiuilier: Pep Club 45 Tri-Y 33 Glee Club 35 Future Homemakers of America. MARY BAZZANO january 19, 1935 "Dolly" Norfolk College Pleasing personality . . . liked by everyone . . . good driver. Activitier: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 3. Awardr: Glee Club 3. JEANNE ANGINO May ll, 1935 8 Rockwell St. Homemaking Quiet until you get to know her . . . friendly, sweet smile . . . capa- ble worker . . . fun to be with. Actizfitier: Future Homemakers of America. CAROL E. ANSTETT March 29, 1935 West Hartland Commercial Silence is golden . . . hails from Hartland . . . excellent student . . . good sport when you get to know her . . . conscientious worker. Aufafdr: Gilbert Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. JOHN ATI-IORN June 22, 1934 "l.utch" 13 Allen St. Mechanic Arts Athletic, good looking, popular . . . found with the "gang" . . . ap- pealing smile . . . known for un- usual laugh. glclgvitier: Football 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Awards: Football "G". , 'Rest ' YVONNE BEAUDOIN Mav 8. 1935 61 Upson Ave. Commercial Quiet, but very nice . . . neat dresser . . . well thought of by classmates . . . competent worker. Activitier.' Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Awards: Scholarship "G" 1, 2. NANCY BEEMAN July 1, 1934 11 Munro St. Commercial Quiet, but nice . . . flaming red hair . . . dependable worker . . . seen around the "Golden Halls" with a gang of girls. Activities: Commercial Club 45 Art Club 2, 35 Glee Club 1. JACQUELINE M. BOYLE August 7, 1934 "Jackie" 152 Pratt St. Commercial Pleasant smile . . . usually seen with Tony . . . talkative . . . fun to be with. DAVID AVERY October 10, 1935 R.F.D. if-'3 Agriculture Shy? . . . makes friends easily . . . found with the "Ag" boys . . . winning smile. Activities: Future Farmers of America. Awards: Rural Youth Award for Future Farmers of America. ' NANCY L. BRONSON January 11, 1935 "Nance" Winchester Center College A pleasing personality . . . willing to help others . . . sensible. fel- T- 'Ver f 164 U HELEN N. SCHAEFER HELEN SHELDRICK EDITH B. SMALL ELIZABETH SONIER Assistant Librarian English Biology, Geography Music A. B. Smith College B. A. University of Skidmore B. S. Tufts A. M. Radcliffe New H21IT1PShifC B. S. Columbia Director of Glee Club M. A. Boston University Makeup Advisor for Advisor for Dramatic Club Gilbert School News Assembly Committeg New MARGARET H. SPEERS Homemaking B. S. University of Conn. Co-Advisor for Homemaking Club CLARA L WHITE Secretary to the Principal Bentley Business School C3 HY' II af il? DONALD WUALKER English, Mathematics B. S. Ed. New Britain Teachers' College Junior Varsity Basketball Coach MM QM CLARA WING French, English B. A., M. A. Middlebury College French Club Advisor L H , 'zg-As, -, V- - kg -Mg fu , W.--' . hA P- asa bl ' 4. A- DMQOO-5 Ke'-X 2 3-gg, ' 135 U Lfxuale r C ' X- OJWAR W m. A:i ' Ehr ,kii V . ,Q 4.1 1' k U? Y X X .1 Q: ., . U. E 32 ' S1 1 A K q -5 4 m , . 'fi4'i'?" 1 gsx , 4, ,. ,Q Q '-R ,K - P man 'EQ'- QP CHARLES BROOKS July 28, 1935 "Chas" 83 Prospect St. Scientific One of the popular "Four Roses" . . . usually seen with Carol . . . pleasant personality . . . mostly heard riding around in his car. Activities: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 4g Science Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2g Art Club 1, Vol- leyball 3, 4. Awards: Basketball "G" 2, 3, 4, Baseball "G" 1, 2, All State 4' Volleyball 3, 4. v GEORGE CASE 'January 14, 1935 144 Holabird Ave. Scientific Conservative, good looking, pleasing personality . . . star base- ball player . . . liked by all who know him. Activitier: Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Glee Club 1, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, gig Ski Club 3, 4, Student Council Award.r: Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. J . S t 34 ' usb" - . m cial a i - B . .lik t oo t , x m y .. sh - oo s . .I as r e . - Aw r:Mir eBoard Pi ' in STEPHEN A. BOWLES June 6, 1934 "Cricket" 157 Gilbert Ave. College Class ioker . . . always smiling . . . good dresser . . . lost in space at times. ELIZABETH A. BROWN August 5, 1935 "To0tS" New Hartford Commercial Pleasing personality . . . usually with Barb . . . always laughing. 595, PATRICIA A. CASEY May 9, 1934 37 Crescent St. Homemaking Happy-go-lucky . . . lively . . . talkative. Activities: Future Homernakers of America 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Awards: Glee Club Lyre 2, Bar 3. HAROLD F. CESNAK September 28, 1934 "Butch" 191 Main St. Commercial Usually with the gang . . . Oh! what a laugh . . . full of mischief . . . personality plus . . . nice guy. Activities: Hi-Y 3, 4, Glee Club 33 Camera Club 33 Manager of the football team 4. SYLVIA CHAPIN February 14, 1935 "Syl" 74 Walnut St. General Full of fun . . . keen sense of humor . . . usually with Maureen and Hacky. Acti11itie.r.' Science Club 13 Tri-Y 1, 2, Leaders Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2. Awards: Leaders Club Letterg Glee Club Lyre 2. I MARGARET A. CANFIELD January 1, 1935 "MHC" Norfolk College Hails from Norfolk . . . usually with her friends from there . . . nice personality . . . always full of fun and looking for excitement. Activities: Camera Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 33 News Board 3, 4, Leaders' Club 2, 3. Awards: LC for Leaders Club. JEAN A. CHURCH January 12, 1934 "Chutchie" Winsted General Good sports enthusiasm . . . has many friends . . . loves to talk . . . pleasing personality .4 . . always willing to help. Aclivitier: Tri-Y 1, 2, Glee Club lg Leaders Club 2, 35 Athletic As- sociation 4. Awards: Leaders Club "G", Sports Club President 4. ANITA COLLINS BEATRICE CLARK September 13, 1935 East Hartland Commercial Quiet . . . sincere . . . shy smile . . . blushes easily. CLARA R. DE SANTI August 12, 1954 "Claire" Roberts Ave. Commercial Smile for everyone . . . friendly personality . . . easy going, usually with the girls. Activities: Art Club 4, Commer- cial Club 4. Awards: 40 word certificate in typing. July 12, 1935 "Nita" 20 Oak St. Commercial Soft spoken . . . diligent worker . . . quiet. Aufardr 40-word Certificate in typing. ' PETER B. COOPER March 30, 1956 "Pete" Colebrook Scientific Tall . . . well-liked . . . friendly . . smiles for everyone. Activities: Ski Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Science Club 4. Aufardiz' Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. JOHN DARCEY January 2, 1936 "jack" Colebrook Road College Very good in dramatics . . . want to know anything? ask "Jack" . . . good student . . . wears flashy shirts. Activities: Dramatic Club 4, Glee Club 2, News Board 2, Miracle Board 2. Awnrdr: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. if gm 1 "' A . .,. ,., If JANET F DEITZIC ALBERT DUPONT March 5, 1955 ..Fuzz,. flelbrlgarjti, 1955 Colle e 14 Chestnut St. College ' ' ' , i Always on the go makes ' Personalitiy plus . . gsgd locgx . . ing...goo singin vor - friends iasllyd' ' Pfftty smile ' Ili cellent student . . . independently usually oun aug mg . . . wi minded- 3jZiZ:?:S:lil: 4. Aclivitier: Glee Club, Key Club. Awards: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. ANTOINETTE DICARA june 13, 1934 "Toni" 127 Main St. General Friendly to everyone . . . quiet and shy . . . willing to help a friend. ' ROSEMARIE DOMBROWSKI October 7, 1935 Colebrook Rd. Commercial Does beautiful art work . . . very capable and conscientious . . . good student . . . good natured . . . easygoing. Activities: Art Club 1, Spanish 33 Commercial Club 4. Award.r.' Scholarship "G" 2. CAROLE DUDLEY November 20, 1935 "Carrie" 68 Wetmore General Tall . . . red hair . . . quiet per- sonality . . . winning smile. Activitiey: Art Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club Cheering 3, 2, New England Festival 3, AA Sec- retary 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Art Club 4. ' Awards Music award for attend- ing New England Festival. 26 Oak St College Artistic petite and a good Actwmer French Club 3 4 Pep KATHERINE EISENLOHR March 15 1935 Kitty" Winchester R -1353 General Friendly nice smile neat dresser kept busy writing let- JANICE E. DYSER September 21, 1935 "Janie" 346 North Main St. College Blond, vivacious . . . good stu- dent . . . likes to sing. g Activities Girls Chorus 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, News Board 3, 4. Awards: Scholarship "G' 13 Glee glub Lyre 2, bar 3, New England JANET EMMONS February 13, 1935 East Hartland College Beautiful blond hair and blue eyes . . . spends time writing to a ssecial J. R .... swell friend to a . Activiteir: French Club 3, Girls Chorus 2. ANNE ENGLISH February 14, 1935 "Eng" 62 Holabird Ave. Commercial Popular . . . clever . . . neat dresser . . . sparkling smile . . . very friendly . . . typing wizard. Activitier: Cheering 3, 4 fco. capt.Jg Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fvice pres.Jg Glee Club 2, 3, 4 fsecretarylg News Board 3, 4 CAssignment Editorj. Awardr: Dramatic Club charm, Cheer Leaders Ping News Board Ping Glee Club Lyre 33 All State Lyre 4. MARY R. ENGLISH June I9, 1935 Torringford St. Commercial Studies hard . . . bright eyes . . . a big smile for everyone usually seen with the girls. Awardr: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 40- wotd certificate in typing. sonality GAII. R. ELLIS September 19, 1935 R.F.D. 42 College Studious . . . swell kid . . . al- ways seems gay . . . noted for her hair-do. Award.v:'Scholarship "G" 1, 2. . RENEE I FAIRHART October 15 1934 Renee 11 Cornelio Ave Commercial Popular gal dazzling big brown eyes friendly tractive serious but wait until she gets going pleasing per MAGRET if 1' ps Il August 2 1 3 ag 1 Norfol Co er al Activities Tri Y 1 2, 3, Leaders Club 2, 33 Prom Committee 3. Awardr: Scholarship "G" 1, Lead- ers Club letter 2. erfulf 0 kno . . ard JOSEPH FERRIERRA ,York . :l. very good: ds. 9 l. June 4, 1935 "Joe" KY' S - - - P U ' 7 108 Elm sf. scientific f .. I Nice to khow . . . good all- mg? ' H ak l I ' round friend . . . conservative. A dn lam HG , 2, 5? Activftier: Science Club 2, 3, 43 Gzivst t 5 - n m Book Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. Prize' 1, omerils 1 2, 40- A word ty in cerrihca 60-word shorthand cgrfilicate. ' U .fa X' f-'N i s A .Ml 1 M , ' Mary" 30 ' ercial a -gmc? . usually seen sch .. . . . full of fun . . . s rkling eyes. Activities: Pep Club 3, Commer- cial Club 4. Awards: 40-word certificate in typing. PATRICIA A. GRASSO JUIY 26, 1935 "Pat" 19 Lewis St. Commercial Cute . . . can take a joke . . . good taste for clothes . . . likes dancing . . . good disposition. Activities: Glee Club 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Tri- Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Miracle Board 4. Awards: Scholarship "G" lg Glee Club Lyre 45 Miracle Board Pin 4. JOSEPH S. GABER October 2, 1935 "Joe" 61 Hillside Ave. Scientific Good sense of humor . . . want a good time, look for Joe . . . good looking. Activities: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PAULINE GAY September 1, 1935 "Piggie" 88 Wheeler St. Commercial Cute smile . . . blue eyes . . . good typist . . . always seen with Norma and Mary . . . studious. Awards: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. RICHARD GAYER January 16, 1936 "Dick" 85 South Main St College Carefree manner, pleasing smile, and excellent dancing abili- ty . . . easygoing . . . steadfast and loyal to responsibilities. Activities: Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4g Athletic Asso- ciation 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Glee Club 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Awards: Volley ball pin, Basket- ELEANOR HENRICKSON MHICI1 22. 1935 "Ellie" 36 Spencer St. College Nice smile . . . calm and collec- tive . . . rather shy, good disposi- tion . . . studious. Activities: Glee Club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, 4g Art Club 4g Girl's Chorus 1. Awam's.' Glee Club Lyre 2. ROGER M. HERMAN December 10, 1934 "Rog" 33 Wetmore Avenue Scientihc Pleasing personality and good student . . . always laughing . . . congenial and ready to help . . . usually with George . . . one of the "Four Roses." Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 All State 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Science Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. Awards: Mathematical Associa- tion of America Award 3, Schol- arship "G" 1, 2, 3. BARBARA HOFFMAN November 24, 1935 "Barb" New Hanford Commercial Mischief lurks in those eyes . . . usually found with B. B .... a New Hartford Miss who is full of fun. ball "G" 2, 3, 4, Baseball "G" 2, f 3 - o QQJIOFFMAN JOAN B. GRANT :f WY 18- "Mar e" August 2 95 v ew H - for 'T iw' Har ' Commercial 1 Fri f '- -'- od - ' - A ary.. .asmile y leo ggic .I , r n . likes good jokes. e New 'inf .. 8 151.5 Am" ticlu 1' 2' 51 Com' ities: 1, Commercial mer . 4 Y A nr s hola ip "G" 1, 2. RICHARD HUGHES April 21, 1935 "Hugo" 54 Hinsdale Ave. College Nice personality . . . sports minded . . . good dancer . . . any- thing for a laugh . . . can usually be found riding around in his "midget" car with Dick. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 New England Festival 33 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 News Board 3, 4, Sport Editor 43 Miracle Board 3, 4, Art Editor 43 Hi-Y 43 Football 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. HAZEL A. JONES APfil 11, 1935 ' "Haze" 639 Main St. General Friendly . . . neat dresser . . . reserved . . . likable . . . modest. Activities' Spanish Club 4. Awards: Glee Club Bar3 New England Award3 Basketball "G" 3, 43 Baseball "G" 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball "G" 4g Dramatic Club Pin 43 News Board Pin 4. M. ANN HUMPHREY August 22, 1935 "Hump" 123 E. Mountain Ave. Commercial Winy, mischievous, and a neat dresser with plenty of school spirit . . . Hump usually is found in the typing room UD . . . will make a wonderful secretary. Acfivilier: Glee Club 3, 43 Tri-Y 2, 3, 4, President 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Leaders Club 33 Miracle Board 43 Typist Editor3 Commercial Club 4, Vice President 4. 4 Awards: Miracle Boar -"Pin3 Glee Club Lyre3 40-word ty 'ng certifi- cate 3p, 60-pvotd shor ha d certifi- ca 4 X ' ix te .1 lf U' AN E. soL1A E AyQ5il!2,193QQl X 4 Q X rkhamsted X Coll ge 1 Stylish . . . the e song Q'G'1ve me hve nfl utes.mgke" . . . dkifistic . . . sopgls atedi Y' ,. ls ,Aqfivii : ' 3 cience 4 X rl l bkf -, Rlxglr: Gilbe xx, M. 4 ," l X. 1 VINCENT IPPOLIT anuary 28, 1935 ' Guin" 98 Bridge St. 5 Mech nic Arts Quiet . . . b ' y keepi g Grant's in business . . . usual seen with the gang aroun ou golden halls. Activities: Mecha rc Arts Club. '19 i l aw' 'L f' fl Mar 20, 1935 Barkhamsted College Newcomer to the Golden Halls of Gilbert . . . pretty and friendly . . . sparkling personality . . . liked by all. Actiuitier: Dramatic Club 4g Sports Club 4, Vice President. AUDREY A. KANDLER March 21, 1936 "Audie" Winchester Center General Daring . . . see a jeep? . . . Audie is there . . . temper, temper, now! . . . good sport . . . worthy friend to anyone. Activitier: Glee Club 13 Home- making Club 2g Spanish Club 3. PETER LACASSE March 1, 1935 "Red" East Hartland Agriculture Seems quiet to those who don't know him . . . has red hair which makes him an individualist . . . watch for that gleam in his eye. Activities: Hunting and Fishing Club3 F.F.A. 4, President 4. .gf -'. . 4 ., ac. wi 3 V . .. , .,.., . , , 2 33,1 ?:zI.w ' .. -. l. EUGENE ISABELLE May 5, 1935 "Izzy" Wallens Hill Mechanic Arts Well liked by all . . . studious, which accounts for his being smart . . . easy to get along with. Activities: Mechanic Arts Club 23 Science Club 3, 4. PAULINE C. LACHAT February 21, 1936 183 Stanton Ave. College Garrulous . . . First National couldn't get along without her? . . I dependable . . . friendly dis- position. Activilier: French Club 33 News Board 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4. ROBERT H. LAFLAMME March 14, 1935 "Deano" 15 Bank St. Mechanic Arts Nice looking . . . good physique . . . down girls . . . athletic . . . appears to be studious . . . likes a good time. Acliuitier: Football 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3. Au-'ard:.' Scholarship "G" 33 Foot- ball "G" 3, 4. JOSEPH LACASIO September 29, 1935 "Joe" R.F.D. -H3 Mechanic Arts Conservative . . . good-looking . . . usually found knocking papers around in Room 2 . . . swell kid. CORRINE M. LANDI June 27, 1935 "Connie" 16 ,Chestnut St. Commercial Sweet personality . . . usually seen in the Plymouth . . . watch out, one of those woman drivers! . . . pleasant to know. Activities: Glee Club 23 Commer- cial Club 4. ' JOHN P. LAVIERI August 25,1935 Barkhamsted Mechanic Arts A good pal . . . diligent worker . . . friendly smile . . . tall, dark, good-looking. .llciivifiers Basketball lg Art Club F. DALE LAWLER July 15, 1935 "Lam" 88 Munro Place Scientific One of Gilbert's jokers . . . powerful voice . . . need a loud speaker?? . . . appreciates witty remarks . . . tall, good-looking. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 35 Ski Club l, 23 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 43 Track 3. EGEYT April in 1 B rkh "ls ed ommercial s Pe , ctivitier: -3 u rcial Club 4. Awards: Scho .E ship "G" 2. J 3 , 5 t ... ll . HAROLD LOVELY February 11, 1936 50 Bank St. Scientific Shy . . . good worker on the job. JEANNETTE MCDONALD October 5, 1954 "Jean" 72 Main St. College On the quiet side . . . friendly . . . diligent worker . . . good stu- dent...nicetoknow...hasa good time in Newberry's. Activitie.r: Girl's Chorus lg Science Club 1, 2. Awards: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. JEAN A. MERRILL August 29, 1936 "Jeanie" New Hartford College Busy with various activities . . . known for her friendly smile . . . one of New Hartford's belles . . . hard Worker. Activities: Girl's Chorus 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, News Board 3, 4. Awardr: Scholarship "G" 1. ui 24 111 the 51-3 . . .ener- HARRIET MILLER October 7, 1935 "Hackey" 133 Williams Ave. College Full of fun . . . usually with Maureen . . . attractive . . . beauti- ful eyes . . . easy to get along with. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, Science Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 33 Mir- acle Board 3, 4. Awardr: Glee Club Lyte 2, Schol- arship "G" 1, 23 Miracle Board Pin 4, 40-word typing certificate 3. PAUL NANNI January 25, 1935 21 Upson Ave. Mechanical Arts Usually seen driving a blue oldsmobile . . . always with the X boys. MAUREEN NEWMAN September 14, 1 93 5 145 Elm Street College A smile for everyone . . . easy going . . . nice looking . . . neat dresser . . . usually selling bakery goods, wonder why? . . . lots of friends. Activities: Glee Club lg Spanish Club 3, President, Miracle Board 3. January 2, 1936 37 Park Place Cheery disposition . . . worker in Glee Club . friendly . . . always a twinkle in her eye . . . Nichols and Sons, super saleslady. Activitier: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, Girl's Chorus 1, Treasurer. Awnrdr: Glee Club Lyre 2, Glee Club Bar 33 40-word Typing Cer- tificate 3. DOLORES NICHOLS "Nickie" General diligent JANET G. NALETTE January 25, 1935 "Jan" Oakdale Avenue College Easy going . . . very friendly . . . spends time saying "number please" . . . good student . . . al- ways on the go . . . usually with the gang. Aclivitier: French Club 3, 4. JOHN PAPPALARDO February 13, 1936 "Pup" 28 Case Avenue College Good things come in small pack- ages and its certainly true in "Pup's" case . . . friendliest guy in school . . . good student. , Activitier: Student Council 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4g Key Club 3, 4, Trea- surer 4g Science Club 3, 4, Gilbert News, Business Manager 4, Vice President of Junior Class 33 Prom Committee 3. Awards: Scholarship "G", Gilbert News "G." very NANCY A. NORTON May 21, 1935 Pleasant Valley Commercial Shy, reserved, and friendly des- cribes this miss ftom Pleasant Val- ley . . . usually see with the girls . . . goocmusjniy .W JOHN PERRY June 12, 1935 74 Fruit Street General Football hero . . .always looking for a good time . . . one of those hot-rod drivers . . . never a care in the world. Activiliet: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Awardrf Football "G" 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN M. PASSINI, JR. January 12, 1935 "Jack" North Colebrook Commercial Hails from wilds of Colebrook . . . likes sports, first choice football . . . good student . . . likes to argue . . . ready smile for all . . . reliable and ambitious. Activtiar: Football 4. Awards: Scholarship "G" 1. NORMA A. PEASE June 25, 1935 "Peasie" 84 Meadow Street Commercial Well liked by everyone . . . always ready to lend a helping hand to fellow students in distress . . . full of fun . . . diligent worker.- Activitiet: Glee Club 1, 2g Gitl's Chorus 1, 45 Miracle Board 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 45 President Com- mercial Club 4. Awardr: Scholarship "G" 1, 3: Glee Club Lyre 25 'Miracle Board Pin. FRANCES PERNA December 13, 1935 "Fran" 30 Mountain Ave. Commercial Cute, tiny, but full of pep . . . popular . . . usually seen dashing on her way . . . neat dresser . . . active student . . . good cheer- leader. Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4, Tri- Y, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Mir- acle Board 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Awards: Cheering Charm, Dram- atic Club Ping Scholarship "G" 1, ack" KENNETH POST January 18, 1935 "Kenny" 119 East Mountain Ave. College Friendly . . . always greets with a smile . . . diligent worker . . . well mannered . . . neat dresser. Activities: Camera Club 4. LOIS ROSNER February 25, 1936 "Lo" North Main Street General She loves dancing and dramat- ics . . . pretty, charming and pop- ular . . . friendly personality . . . good friend to all. Aclivitier: Tri-Y 3, Dramatic Club 3, 43 Leaders Club 3. DONALD POULSEN February 12, 1935 "Don" East Hartland Scientinc Very tall . . . from way up in East Hartland . . . usually with his pals from the country . . . a won- der at his studies. Actiuitier: Scientific Club 3, 4. Awardr: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. C. GRACE RANSOM july 8, 1935 "Gracie" West Hartland College Elle Pane Tre: pea . . . good student . . . a diligent worker . . . pleasant personality . . . rather shy. Activities Camera Club 15 French Club 2. Awardr: Scholarship "G" 1, 2. EDWARD W. REIDY, JR. June 14, 1935 "Fearless" 146 Walnut Street College Usually found where trouble lurks . . . plays a good game of basketball . . . always with the fellas . . . nickname applies. Activities: Science Club 3, 49 Glee Club 3, 45 Track 3, 4g Trea- sureir of June Class, Varsity Club 5, - Awards: Basketball "G" 3, 43 Scholarship "G" 3, 43 Glee Club Lyre 4. ELINOR ROWLEY March 5, 1935 "El" Riverton Commercial Pretty . . . good friend to all . . . excellent dancer . . . gets good marks . . . usually at sorority or with the girls. Activitier: Leaders Club 33 Dram- atic Club 3, 4, Secretary 4g Mir- acle Board 4g Glee Club lg Girl's Chorus 4g Treasurer 4g Ski Club 2,'3. Awards: Miracle Board Ping Schol- arship "G" 35 Dramatic Club Charm. NORMAN SCHAEFER July 15, 1935 "Hot Rod" Riverton Mechanic Arts Owns a cute hot rod . . . seen riding up Main Street . . . always with the gang . . . woman hater? Activities: Mechanic Shop Club. Awards: Scholarship "G" 2. 'CAROL B. SEABACK May 31, 1935 206 Oak Street Commercial Sparkling smile, full of fun, neat dresser . . . works hard and is seen with Charlie . . . active participant in school activities. Activities: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 4g Glee Club 3, 45 Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, Ski Club 1, 2g Athletic Association, Secre- tary 3g Miracle Board 45 News Board 3, 4. Awardr: Cheering Charm 3, News Board Ping Glee Club Lyre 4. CLARICE A. ROSE July 8, 1935 "Clare" 30 Bridge Street General Finger in every pie . . . can't find her? ask "Cheech" . . . very likeable . . . sharp dresser . . . full of fun. Activities: Glee Club 1, 43 'Span- ish Club 3, Girl's Chorus 1, 2. IVAN SHARFMAN December 6, 1934 "Boozie" Oakdale Avenue Mechanic Arts Athletic . . . nice smile . . . always on the go . . . woman hater? . . . if not riding up Main Street . .. he's fixing his old car. Activitier: Football 2. NORMAN E. SMITH, JR. December 3, 1935 "Norm" Norfolk College Handsome smile . . . nice per- sonality . . . reliable . . . active in school activities . . . spends time working in Norfolk's First Na- tional. Activilie.r.' Science Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 33 President of junior Class, Student Council 3g Boy's State 3. JUDITH A. SULLIVAN June 7, 1934 "Judy" Wallens Hill Commercial Pleasant . . . always smiling . . . hard worker . . . has lots of friends . . . can always be relied upon. Aclivilier: Camera Club 15 Glee Club 1, 23 Girl's Chorus 1. Awards: 40-word Typing Certifi- cate. SHIRLEY M. SMITH August 17, 1935 "Smithie" 50 South Main St. Commerial Attractive . . . nice smile . . . quiet, but fun to be with . . . often seen driving in a blue plymouth. Acti1.fitie.r: Glee Club 1. JOAN C. STACKER August 24, 1936 "Joanne" 173 Elm Street Commercial Shy . . . pleasant and nice to know . . . pretty blond hair . . . spends time saying - "number please." Activities: Camera Club 35 Com- mercial Club 4. Awards: 40-word Typing Certifi- cate. BARBARA A. STACY March 13, 1935 "Babs" West Hartland Commercial Peppy Hartland Miss . . . like- able . . . sparkling eyes and friend- ly smile. LINDA THOMAS March 17, 1935 "Lin" 32 Whiting Street Commercial Soft brown hair . . . quiet, shy . . . well liked . . . nice disposition. CLIFFORD P. TIFFANY ' August 24, 1935 "Cliff" 141 Williams Avenue College Shy?? . . . swell kid when you get to know hirn . . . found any- where in the Golden Halls. Activities: Science Club 3, 4. ANTHONY VENEZIANO May 16, 1934 "Cheech" 68 Elm Street General Usually found in the A8zP . . . always on the go . . . smart, good- looking . . . popular . . . oh, that personality! Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 MARY G. STURM September 11, 1935 129 Meadow Street College Quiet . . . pleasant, nice to be with . . . attractive and hard work- er . . . very reliable . . . plays the piano. Activities: Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Glee Club 3, 4. Awards: Glee Club Lyre and Bar. MARY G. VERNALI M317 5, 1934 "Cookie" N01'f0lk Commercial Cute smile . . . nice personality . . . has little to say . . . fun to be with . . . has many friends . . . hails from Norfolk. Activities: Leaders Club 35 Com- mercial Club 4. Awards: 40-word Typing Certifi- cate. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 2. Awardr: Glee Club Awards. CAROL VOGELLUS October 21 1935 185 North Mam St College Natural wavy hair rather quiet nice to know as many friends spends spare time at J. J. Newberry s. Activities' Spanish Club 1' Glee Club 2. wards: Glee Club Lyre. JUDITH A. WARNER April 19,1935 "Judie" New Hartford College Tall . . . nice looking . . . neat dresser . . . newcomer to Gilbert. Actizfitier: Glee Club 4: Tri-Y 4g Dramatic Club 43 Pep Club 4. ATERS ove , 19 "Poodles" i do General Ambi , ha d rlaiglyhfval- uabl t at Decsi . . riend to ever e . . . pleas' g smile. Activities Ski lb 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Mi cle Board 45 Tri-Y 4. CHARLES S. WILLIAMS March 12, 1935 "Shedd" Torringford Street Scientific Nice looking . . . popular . . . ambitious and reliable . . . active participant in extra-curricular ac- tivities . . . usually seen driving around in a Ford station wagon. Activitier: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Manager 4g Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4g Vice President 4, Prom Committee 3. Awqrdr: Glee Club Lyre and Bar: All State Bar 3g Scholarship "G" 1, 2,'3g Harvard Book Prize 3, Boy's State 3. MILDRED F. WILLIAMS May 20, 1936 "Millie" 19 Wetmore Avenue General Talkative . . . nice looking . . . full of fun . . . ready for a good time . . . enjoys work at Newber- ry's. Activities: Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Homemaking Club 1, 33 Glee Club 1, 35 Ski Club lg Camera Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Awardr: Glee Club Bar 2, 3. October J a y 2 General s elwa rea sG S C a -' t h I V E. ': x ure J m s o America G' ' or ' r - : Glee I , yre nd Bar' ' te letter . JOHN J. WOODWARD May 7, 1935 "Woodie" 48 Walnut Street Scientihc Everybody's pal . . . great per- sonality . . . dark hair, very good- looking . . . good student . . . basketball and baseball player. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 All State 4, Key Club 2, 3, 43 President 43 Bas- ketball 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2. Awards: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club Charm 4g All State letter. VICTOR YESKE March 17, 1935 "Nooker" New Hartford Mechanic Arts Always with the gang . . . woman hater?? . . . appears quiet but a companion to mischief. ROBERT YOUMATZ March 17, 1934 "Red" 443 North Main St. Commercial Red hair . . . freckles . . . full of fun . . . nice looking. Activities: Machine Shop 2, Sci- ence Club 2, 3. I J I to Loma-nc f' N65 une 'K 2 ,,f MAD gm K Q Q V' 3 img if M.Qanf3l :J if ky 3 .., mtih 'br an .S - 'DJ S0-M3 ? 5 Q. 1 if 'Fw WW W SQQSXLJNA N X V! hx X Q HQAX my ? X ' JUNIOR GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: V. Ryan, E. Sesko, N. Seymour, O. Shaller, J. Richard, J. Silverio, N. Sullivan, J. Sylvemale, S. Turgeon. Second Row: 1. Zechin, J. Morton, A. Lavieri, A. Mulville, A. Newman, M. O'Connor, J. Pelkey, D. Robbins, A. Ransom, J. Rocheleau, D. Wetmore, S. Rosansky. Third Row: B. Thiery, M. Hall, R. Turgeon, K. Torgeson, P. Warner, P. Ursone, S. Whitman, S. Welcome, M. Washburn, H. Yahne. JUNIOR GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: D. Blueher, M. Avery, B. Bahr, A, Bascetta, M. Beebe, J. Hart, B. Brooks, P. Curtin, A. Caine, M. Hart, J. Goode. Second Row: E. McDonald, E. LeGeyt, J. Eisenlohr, M. Funk, J. DelNero, D. Dyer, F. Holt, C. Dombrowski, A. Dearing, C. Clark, M. Centrella, B. johnson, C. Lacasse. Third Row: G. Gramlich, E. Francis, G. Gillette, M. Finnegan, 1. Blake, F. Hoxie, S. Dwyer, J. Hunt, I. Hayes, M. Heath. JUNIOR BOYS First Row, Left to Right: J. O'Brien, R. Newth, R. Morgan, R. Kitrredge, G. English, F. Miller Manson, A. Marshall. Second ROW: E. Slater, C. Zuffelato, R. King, D. Holland, R. Gallant Fratini, E. Driscoll, R. Carrozzo, L. Capacefalo, T. Olsen. Third Row: J. Vogellus, G. Toplitz Sullivan, H. Ramsay, G. Phillips, G. Stotz, D. Ransom, K. O'Connor, J. O'Connor, E. Jackson O'Neill, W. Wright. UFO? 5: sm JUNIOR BOYS First Row, Left to Right: R. Vincent, J. Reilly, J. Buttafuso, C. Case, R. Belladella, D. Bruno, R. Zaack Second Row: G. Dolinsky, J. Zecchin, D. Crossman, D. Jewiss, R. Toussiant, S. Gangi, M. Finn A. Frcasso, I. Wadhams, T. Millahn. Third Row: M. Coury, T. Traveglin, L. Veretto, D. Pequignot D. Pequignor, J. Carrozzo, E. Mooney, H. Isaacson. SOPHOMORE GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: J. Frances, C. Donohue, J. Jacobs, J. Hart, A. Hicks, M. Curcio, B. Curtis, J. Gregoire, S. Kilbourn, J. Kasenska. Second Row: C. Lambert, N. Lovely, J. Gronclin, D. Kittle, C. Bunnell, J. Beecher, L. DiMartino, R. Brady, L. Cote, F. Conklin, S. Kilbourn, C. Kittredge. Third Row: S. Landi, J. Judson, P. Haynes, B. Bailey, S. Boyle, M. Beadle, J. Bruno, N. Busher, M. Kilboutne, N. DiMartino, M. lndemedico, B. Johnson. Fourth Row: S. DePioli, B. Doty, L. Hine, M. Archelaski, R. Genziano, M. Carrozzo, K. Hitchcock, M. Casey, C. Lucas, R. Whitman. , R -- . f- ,f -.-. 1 W W . . ,. . SOPHOMORE GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: M. Schaefer, E. Schlapak, S. Whitney, T. Wilbur, D. Williams, C. Fichera, D. Webb, A. Woiten, N. Wrigley, G. Goode, L. Flotat. Second Row: P. Roy, J. Perkins, M. Head, E. Perry, M. Smith, J. Radocchio, T. Roberts, J. Sullivan, V. Zecchin. Third Row: A. Manchester, E. McCutdy, C. Masters, J. Moseley, B. Navin, S. Noel, M. Nycz, L. Tysienski, J. Manson. Fourth fiow: D. Shopey, J. Connole, M. Guest, V. Parks, S. Turner, R. Fox, W. Colboutne, B. VanBuskirk, . Royer. SOPHOMORE BOYS First Row, Left to Right: R. Dings, T. Church, A. Bazzano, E. Brazeau, T. Beaudoin, A. Archelaski, R. Amenta, A. Allison. Second Row: P. Felgate, R. Eisenlohr, J. Foster, E. Brown, J. Bourquin T. Bonadies, W. Julian, D. Cooney, P. Bazzano, C. Tomer, T. Fiske, W. Darcey. Third Row: Rl Garrepy, E. Dietlin, W. Ritchie, J. Navin, H. Gillette, W. Connole, J. Pilletalla, J. Dyson, L. Tracasso. SOPHOMORE BOYS First Row, Left to Right: P. Garafalo, G. McLellan, D. Lavieri, R. Sparks, R. Royer, H. Parrnalee, G. Sultaire. Second Row: N. Goulet, D. Pranka, P. Onion, A. Moore, L. Warriner, R. Gray, G Woodworth, M. Dayton, J. Schramm. Third Row: C. White, J. Locasio, S. Scalora, H. Green, T Macalous, R. Herdling, H. Nelson, L. Nero, J. Torneo, W. Hayward. Fourth Row: R. Sturm, R Stogie, R. Monty, J. Mulville, G. Madison, A. McDonald, A. Poulsen, R. Roberts, L. Morton, R Ro erts. FRESHMEN GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: C. Wald, T. Tisserand, E. Wolford, M. Wright, A. Wesolowski, A. Weigold, P. Youmatz. Second Row: M. Kittelson, L. Johnson, D. Johnson, M. Starks, G. Pelkey, A. Schaefer, M. Kasinski, S. Hayes, S. Stannard, E. Stacy, J. Hannahn, M. Lovetre, G. Pullen, L. Negri, D. Robertson, P. Nigri, M. Radocchio, B. Carotenuti, J. Carter. Third Row: M. Treadway, M. Goddard, N. Sylvernale, J. Tisserand, T. Trascio. R. Ryan, D. Sultaire, F. Ransom. J. Roberts, C. Rathbone, Y. Marquis, R. Decker, R. Valenti, M. Jasmin, N. Godenzi, C. Helbourg, B. Royer, E. Mooney. Fourth Row: R. Joyner, J. Raymond, A. Simineau, C. White, F. Lavieri, A. Lovett, S. Leifert, B. Green, G. Green, F. Marcella. FRESHMEN GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: G. Jewiss, W. LeBrie, C. Lovettre, P. Linkovitch, G. Morgan, G. Mortan, S. LeVasseur, R. Masters, P. Mangon, P. Mangon, J. Miller, C. Miller. Second Row: S. Jelfers, J. Davis, L. Gallant, M. Calabrese, L. Bascetta, C. Chamberlin, D. Cheneey, L. Dyson, J. Cadrain, B. Dombrowsi, M. Beeney, J. Bron, L. Carlson, M. Chapin, B. Gillette, M. Brown, J. Chapman, C. Cooney. Third Row: H. Jacobs, T. Ippolito, H. Hamilton, B. Herdling, G. Goulet, N. Ensminger, R. Eckhart, L. Dugal, R. Dougarcl, J. Andrews, B. Bahr, B. Bushell, L. Cordano, L. Caron, E. Curtis, G. DiCaprio, N. Bennett. Fourth Row: J. Baker, J. Burwell, J. Cadrain, J. Cappicianca, R. Dunn, C. Dombrowski, B. Fazioli, P. Guest, S. Crossman. FRESHMEN BOYS First Row, Left to Right: K. Paxcia, N. Beebe, J. Shaw, D. Joy, J. Deluio, C. Carter, R. Washington. Second Row: D. Hotchkiss, V. Vogellus, A. Lelcang, R. Smith, E. Jordan, E. Cook, D. Crunden, J. Giralamo, J. Johnson, J. Madden, P. Madden, N. Hoidel, B. Tiffany. Third Row: R. Stenman, R. Seymour, D. Light, R. Fletcher, E. Warriner, D. Knox, M. Kilbey, J. Peck, J. Palmer, G. Sullivan, R. Holmes, F. Treadway. Fourth Row: P. Holmes, R. Donaldson, J. Venezia, L. Henrickson, R. Jones, J. Misky, J. Moran, J. Noyes. AFRESHMEN BOYS First Row, Left to Right: G. LaMere, G. Sterpka, W. Driscoll, R. Provan, D. Griffin, D. Sorel, T Bascetta, E. Sturm. Second Row: H. Fracasso, J. Vincent, A. Chamberlin, J. Anderson, T. Amenta, W. Pulaski, G. Jamieson, E. Foster, H. Manard, R. Varney, J. Ferrierra, R. Wetmore. Third Row: V. Buzinski, J. Nigti, N. Barrett, R. Langlois, T. Davis, N. Swanson, R. Barton, A. Angarano, J. Giralmo, W. Clauss, G. Morton. Fourth Row: D. Ransom, R. Dwyer, R. Jones, M. Gablemann R. Bouchez, G. 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Prerident ........... Vice Prerident . ..... Secretary ...... .. Trearurer ..... Manager .................. Arrirtant Manager ...... Librarian .......... First Row, Left to Right: B. Ander- son, M. Chapin, L. Carlson, F. Goode, M. Beeny, M. Carrozzo, B. Bailly, M. Aver P Ha nes S Crossman V, . v , . , J Andrews, G. Morton. Second Row: D. Shopey, L. Gallant, B. Herdling, B. Gillette, B. VanBuskirk, M. Smith C. Kittredge S. Turner, J. Moseley D. Williams: K. Hitchcock, R. Gen: ziano, N. Pease, P. Linkovitch, A. Schaefer, G. Morgan. Third Row: S' Rosansky, J. Davis, B. Bahr, C. White, J. Raymond, B. Dombrowski, A Simoneau T I lito S effers . ' , - PPO' , - J , B. Bushnell, J. Cadrain, D. Sultaire, B. Royer, G. Tarascio, W. LaBrie, E. Mooney, C. Bunnell. Fourth Row: J. Brown, I.. Dyson, J. Burwell, P. Guest, H. Hamilton, R. Joyner, F. Ransom, C. Rathbone, M. Wright, M. Lavieri, C. Helbourg, J. Chapman, M. Brown, S. Baker, M. Kilbourne M. Guest. First Row, Left to Right: T. Amenta, W. Forrester, G. Sullivan, J. Sylver- nale, C. Clark, J. Pelkey, D. Wet- more, A. English, J. Silverio, C. Rose, D. Nichols, G. Fratini, S. Williams, J. Woodward, R. Amenta, L. Hen- rickson. Second Row: L. Nero, R. Barrett, A. Dupont, M. Guest, M. Heath, A. Mulville, A. Lavieri, D. Williams, S. Turner, D. Wilmot, R. Herman, P. Grasso, K. Hitchcock, A. Humphrey, R. Genziano, J. Beecher, M. Kilbourne, F. Perna, C. Seaback, J. Moseley, J. Nigri, J. Noyes. Third sone, S. Whitney, J. Gregoire, J. Duy- ser, C. Kittredge, B. Bahr, B. Brooks, M. Sturm, E. McDonald, J. Warner, E. Francis, K. Torgeson, S. Whitman, E. Sesko, J. Hart, P. Warner. Fourth Row: J. Pillarella, J. Athorn, A. Veneziano, B. Nero, R. Zacck, L. Ver- etto, D. Pequignot, E. Reidy, P. Coop- er, G. Case, R. Hughes, D. Lawler, C. Brooks, R. Gayser, J. Dyson, A. McDonald. SENIOR GLEE CLUB ROGER HERMAN JACK WOODWARD ANN ENGLISH JOYCE SILVERIO S1-IELDON WILLIAMS GEORGE FRATINI DOROTHY WETMORE JOAN PELKEY AGNES LAVIERI GIRLS TRUDA WILBUR ELIZABETH MOONEY KAREN HITCHCOCK ELINOR ROWLEY ROsE GENZIANO LINDA HINE LORETTA DYSON This club is for all persons interested in music. Mem- bers of the junior and senior classes are eligible to join. Rehearsals are held each Wednesday night. Activities which further the knowledge of the mern- bers are carried out throughout the year. An annual concert is held each spring for the beneht of the pub- lic. The Laurel Music camp is held each summer for those who wish to extend their musical activities. ' CHORUS Airman: Librarian ....... ..... M ARGARET SMITH -Scribe ....................................... SUZANNE TURNER Girls Chorus is made up of freshmen and sopho- more girls. It is required for any girl to belong to Girls Chorus for two years before entering Senior Glee Club. Meetings rae held on Monday afternoons. Gaining experience and knowledge of music is the main objec- tive of this club. Row: A. Newman, M. Casey, P. Ut- First Row, Left to Right: L. Dougal B. VanBuskirk, T. Ippolito, C. Dom btowski, P. Youmatz, J. Hart, R. Eck hart, M. Beadle, L. Flotat, M. Radoc- chio. Second Row: Miss Murphy fad- visorb, J. Grondin, T. Tisserand, S Kilbourn, M. Smith, M. Hart, A Hicks, M. Arcelaski, K. Lucas, R v Whitman, M. Goddard, S. Dwyer, Mrs. Speers Cadvisorl. Third Row: W. LaBrie, D. Garrison, M. Neal, L Cotdano, J. Cadrain, B. Baht, L. Bas- cetta, B. Royer, T. Tarascio, F. Bris- son, L. Hine, B. Carotenuti, P. Nigri FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Prerident ............ ................................. M ARY HART The Homernaking Club is open to all girls interested Vice Prerident ....... .............. S HIRLEY DWYER in fhe domestic arts' This year under the leadership of ' ' Mrs. Speers and Miss Murphy the girls will attend state Secretary .......... ....... R OSEMARY NWI-IITMAN meetings and hold Cookie sales which Prove to be Treasurer ..... .................. A NN HICKS profitable for all. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Prerident ............ ..................... P ETER LACASSE This club was first organized in 1925, and has grown Vice President ....... ........ D ONALD JEWISS in its membership each year' If is Open to au 'BOYS interested in agriculture. Sec'et"'9' """"" """ G ERALD DOLINSKY Under the leadership of Mr. Coleman the boys visit Treasurer ...... .... L .... D AVID AVERY neighborhood farms and dairy shows. First Row, Left to Right: C. Hay- thorne. J. Johnson, C. Cook, J. Palm- er, F. Treadway, H. Dayton, K. Mil- lard. Second Row: Mr. Coleman fad- visorh, R. Prout, G. Lewis, R. Holmes, D. O'Neill, J. Zecchin, D. Crossman, G. Dolinsky, D. Avery. 39 ' G. Lemieux, S. Baker, L. Dyson, A Hughes, M. Guest, M. Curcio, J Moseley, N. DiMartino, P. Warner son, A. Mulville, H. Issacson, M DRAMATHICLUB First Row, Left to Right: D. Decker, S. Whitman, K. Torgeson, L. Hen- rickson, J. Noyes, C. Dombrowski, A. Angarano, B. Tiffany. Second Row: English, J. Woodward, E. Rowley, R: Third Row: Mrs. Deming, H. Nel- Avery, A. Lavieri, J. Warner, J. Mer- rill, L. Rosner, F. Perna, L. Harding, Y. Beaudoin, B. Joy, D. Williams, A. Manchester, Miss Morehardt Cadvis- orb, V. Parks. Fourth Row: M. Day- ton, J. Darcey, J. O'Connor, G. Fra- tini, R. King, S. Williams, J. Gabor, L. Capacefalo, B. Ryer, K. O'Connor. President ....... Vice President Secretary ..... . . . Treasurer ...................................... The purpose of this club is to JACK WOODWARD ANN ENGLISH ELINOR ROWLEY RICHARD HUGHES develop the ability and increase the knowledge of all those people inter- ested in dramatics. NEWS In 1955 the Gilbert Schools News was originated and was published in the Citizen until 1947-48. Many improvements have been made since that time with Miss Helen Sheldrick as faculty advisor. The goal of the News is to stimulate school spirit First Row, Left to Right: Miss Mc- Gowan Cadvisorj , M. English, C. Sea- back, J. Duyser, P. Lachat, M. Can- field. Second Row: P. Gay, A. Eng- lish, J. Merrill, D. Wetmore, Miss Sheldrick fadvisorb. Third Row: R. Hughes, J. Poppalardo, S. Whitman, J. Richard. Fourth Row: A. Mulville, A. Lavieti, C. Dombrowski. Fifth Row: H. Issacson, A. Sullivan, E. Deulio, J. Datcey. ., V Eeach week a program is presented by one of the classes for the other club members. "Why The Chimes Rang", a pageant by Elizabeth Apthorp McFadden, was presented as a Christmas assembly program for the faculty and students. An annual three-act play is presented each spring for the public. Much information and experience are gained from this production. Miss Morehardt and Mrs. Deming are very able advisors. BOARD and inform the faculty and students of the various activities of the school. This year members of the News Board attended the Connecticut Scholastic Press Association meeting. The students who attended gained knowledge and experi- ence, and were well represented by Gilbert. First Row, Left to Right: E. Dietlin, J. Chipman, W. Hayward, G. Eng- lish, A. Fracasso, R. Roberts, J. Car- ter, J. Delulio, E. Bennett, R. Gallant, J. Forrester, A. Svenson. Second Row: Mr. Fecto fadvisorj, P. Garafalo, G. McLellan, G. Sultaire, P. Bazzano, R. Manson, J. Pillarella, H. Gillette, W. Julian, D. Cooney, D. Pequignot, C. Tomer, T. Maccalous, T. Davis, R. Sturm. Third Row: J. Navin, C. Whyte, 1. Archelaski, J. Ferrierra, R. Stone, J. Schramm, E. Brazeau, R. Eisenlohr, 1. Bourquin, D. Prout, E. Sturm, V. Buzlinski, R. Varney, G. Sterpka, L. Morton, J. Burwell, G. Woodworth. FISH AND GAME CLUB The Fish and Game Club was organized a year ago by students who are interested in fresh air. Interesting STUDENT Prerident .......... ........ N ORMAN SMITH Vice Prerident ..... ........... C URTIS CASE Secretary .......................................... ANN MULVILLB The Student Council, elected by the students, is com- prised of eleven members. These boys and girls are of high academic standing and principle. talks are given, usually by the student, on his fishing and hunting experiences. t COUNCIL Aided by Mr. Fecto and Miss McGowan, the Stud- ent Councils purpose is to promote a better under- standing between the faculty and the students and to make Gilbert better in any way possible. Many good accomplishments have been made since its organiza- tion in 1945. C. Case, L. Nero, J. Dyson. Second Row: Mr. Moseley, M. Fecto, J. Pop- palardo, R. Gayer, M. Coury, E. Mooney, Miss McGowan. First Row, Left to Right: D. Sorel, R. Faithart, A. Mulville, N. Smith, Left to Right: G. Gramlich, L. Tycien CHEERLEADERS The main purpose of this organization is to provide have been aided by the Pep Club, composed of stud- moral support for the teams and promote school spirit throughout the student body. The cheerleaders spend many hours perfecting their cheers to lead the teams on to victory. This year they ents who learn the cheers and attend all games. Captain ............................................ CAROL SEABACK Co-Capzaiu ...... . ...... ANN ENGLISH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Pferident .......... ........ R ICHARD GAYER Vice-Preridenz ..... ..... J EAN CHURCH Secretary .................... ...................... C AROLE DUDLEY Trearurer ................................................ CURTIS CASE Under the very able guidance of Mr. Atwood, the Gilbert Athletic Association helps direct financial assistantce to basketball, baseball, and football through the sale of season tickets to students wishing to attend home games. In fact, the sale of all tickets is directed by the Association. First Row, Left to Right: C. Dudley, C. Case, J. Church. Second Row: Mr. Atwood Cadvisorj, R. Gayer. ski, J. Richard, A. English, C. Sea- back, F. Perna, J. Silverio, J. Morton. First Row, Left to Right: E. McDon- ald, A. Sullivan, D. Lawler, N. Smith, S. Bowles, P. Ursone. Second Row: D. Wetmore, M. Canfield, E. Reidy, R. Herman, E. Isabelle, J. Insolia, M. Newman, H. Miller, Mr. Atwood Cadvisorj. Third Row: G. Phillips, G. Stotz, D. Poulsen, G. Case, C. Tif- fany, P. Cooper, J. Pappalardo. SCIENCE CLUB President .......... ....... R OGER HERMAN Vice-Preridenz ..... ....... E UGENE ISABELLE Secretary ........ . ..... EDWARD REIDY The Science Club, cocposed of twenty-three mem- bers from the upper classes, is under the supervision of - KEY The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis, is a ser- vice organization whose purpose is to build leadership and serve the community. Membership is limited to boys of high scholastic and moral standing elected twice during the school year from all four classes. Mr. Atwood. Each week programs of interest are pre- sented by two members. The Science Club's purpose is to promote an inter- est in science among the students. It has been found to be of great benefit to the members. During the past. year, several local business men were invited to speak at the meetings. C L U B President ........ ..... J ACK Woonwmm Vice-President ..... ...... S HELDON WILLMMS Secretary ..... ...... H ERBERT IssAcsoN Treasurer ....... ..... J Ol-IN POPPALARDO First Row, Left to Right: M. Dayton D. Lawler, R. Hughes, E. Mooney E. Deulio, R. Gayer, S. Williams. H. Issacson, J. Poppalardo, J. Wood: ward, S. Gangi, L. Nero, A. Sullivan, R. Amenta. Second Row: A. Dupont, 1 First Row, Left to Right: E. McDon- ald, J. Judson, M. Beebe, A. Hum- phrey, M. Avery, J. Bouchez, A. Man- chester, B. Johnson, K. Torgeson. Second Row: G. Gramlich, M. Heath, M. Finnegan, P. Roy, V. Parks, R. Genziano, A. Newman, M. Carrozzo, P. Grasso, Miss Robinson. Third Row: J. Warner, J. Morton, M. Nycz, A. Mulville, A. Lavieri, C. Seaback, K. Hitchcock, P. Warner, L. Tycien- ski, F. Perna. TRI-Y Preyidem ........... ...... A NN HUMPHREY Vice-Prexideut ..... ......... . MARY' AVERY Secretary ........... ...... M ARGARET BEEBE Treamrer ........... ............. . ............... J ANET BOUCHEZ The Agma Tri-Y is an active club for girls having an interest in community activities. Throughout the year the Tri-Y has sponsored dances and foodsales to aid the community. Ar Christmas they gave aid, in the form of food, to a needy family. One of their many projects this year was to raise money for the Tri-Hi-Y Club room at the Y.M.C.A. for their meeting on Mon- day nights. HI-Y President . .......... ......... G EORGE CASE Vice-President .... . ...... RICHARD GAYER Secretary ....................................... . CHARLES BROOKS Treasurer .... . .......................... ............ .... . C URTIS CASE The Laurel City Hi-Y is an active club for boys First Row, Left to Right: F. Lataif, G. Reilly, C. Case, G. Case, M. Coury, J. Pappalardo, R. Herman. Second Row: R. Zacck, R. Vincent, T. Tra- vaglin, D. Pequignot, W. Jullian, R. Hughes, J. Buttafuso, Mr. Walker Cadvisorb. Third Row: C. Brooks, R. Gayer, D. Pequignot, L. Veretto, F. LaFlamme, J. Athorn, F. Smith, D. Crossman, D. Cooney. taking an interest in school and Y.M.C.A. activities. Throughout the year the Hi-Y has sponsored many activities to improve and entertain the community. One of their many projects was to raise money to refurnish a club room for their meetings. First Row, Left to Right: M. Free- land M. En lish N Pease B. Stac i 8 - - i Y, C. Landi, N. Norton, J. Grant, M. Ellis. Second Row: Left to Right: A. Humphrey, J. Hunt, M. Hoffman, R. Dombrowski, B. Clark, C. DeSanti, J. Stacker, N. Beeman, J. LeGeyt, Mr. Cormier. President ........... Vice-Prerident ...... Secretary ............ . ........................... COMMERCIAL CLUB NORMA PEASE ANN HUMPHREY MARGARET ELLIS Trearufer ............................................ MARY ENGLISH The Commercial Club is an active club for girls and boys who have an interest in commercial activities. During the year the Commercial Club does such work as making and planning programs, typing articles for various teachers. They are a very active club, with Mr. Cormier as their advisor. FRENCH' CLUB Prerident ..... . ..... ....... E DWARD MOONEY Vice-Preridenr ..... ..... J ANET DZIEDZIC Secretary ........... ...... D OROTHY DYER T rearurer . ....................................... FRANCIS MILLER Although it was just organized last year, the French Club has many interests and a variety of activities for the French student. Each week skits or other programs of interest are presented by the members. At Christmas time, French caroling was enjoyed by many French students, as well as the club members. A pageant was also presented during the Christmas season. First Row, Left- to Right: J. Radoc chio, J. Dziedzic, D. Dyer, E. Mooney som. Second Row: Miss Wing Cad visorl, E. McCurdy, J. Perkins, B Johnson, A. Caine, B. Bahr, B. Brooks Third Row: A. Allison, J. Dyson, P ters, M. Burke, E. Henrickson, J Nalette, J. Dyson. lNir mfvf - l MT F. Miller, G. Ellis, E. Francis, G. Ran- J. McDonald, J. Gregoire, F. Conklin. Roy, B. Curtiss, J. Vogellus, C. Mas- First Row, Left to Right: J. Silverio, C. Seaback, J. Richard, F. Perna, K. Hitchcock, J. Bouchez, P. Grasso, L. Tycienski, J. Morton, A. English, G. Gramlich. Second Row: M. lndemedico, R. Dunn, J. Blake, A. Dearing, B. Bailly, D. Kittie, J. Sylvernale, M. Beebe, B. Bushnell, J. Raymond, C. Whyte, L. Carlson. Third Row: Mrs. Schaefer, G. Morton, P. Linkovich, A. Schaefer, J. Warner, F. Waters, M. Casey, J. Beecher, N. Busher, J. Cadrain, N. Bennett, M. Finnegan, J. Hart, B. Herdling, S. Cross- man, M. Chapin. Fourth Row: G. Pelkey, G. Morgan, J. Andrews, C. Dombrowski, A. Fazioli, L. Gallant, B. Mooney, R. Genziano, L. DiMartino, M. Kilbourn, M. Carrozzo, P. Mangan, C. Chamberlin, PEP CLUB The Pep Club, organized in 1950, helps to promote school spirit among the students. It has been a great success since it was first founded. This is one of the most important and efficient organizations in the school. N. Ensminger, M. Starks, J. Thibodeau, D. Sultaire. VARSITY CLUB Any boy who has a sport's letter is eligible to join the Varsity Club. Under the guid- ance of Coach Fortuna the club aims to further athletics at Gilbert by improving school spirit, maintaining good sportsmanship, and promoting more interest among the boys. First Row, Left to Right: D. Pequignot, J. Athorn, M. Coury, R. Lalilamme, P. Gallant, R. Kittredge. Second Row: J. Dyson, W. Julian, C. Brooks, G. McClellen, E. Reidy. Third Row: G. Reilly, T. Colligan, R. Vincent, J. Buffafuso, D. Bruno. Fourth Row: R. Gayer, D. Cooney, G. Case. Fifth Row: D. Crossman, L. Veretto, R. Hughes, D. Pequignot, J. Perry. 46 SPORTS CLUB The Girls' Sport Club, first organized as the Leaders' Club, is composed of girls interested in sports and good sportsman- ship. For the first time, the en- tire student body of girls as- sembled in the chapel to elect the officers. New activities, such as badminton, swimming, and modern dance have been added to the program. Meet- ings are held under the capable supervision of Miss Robinson. First Row, Left to Right: A. Lavieri, D. Williams, K. Hitchcock, J. Church, B. Joy, A. Schaefer. Second Row: R. Genziano, J. Perkins, J. Cadrain, S. Crossman, J. Moseley, S. Chapin, B. Johnson, J. Bouchez. Preridenz ............. ....... JEAN CHURCH Vice-Pferidem . ....... .............. B oNN1ls Joy Secretary .... . ........ ...... D BLIA WILLIAMS Treasurer ......... ...... K AREN HITCHCOCK CAMERA CLUB The Camera Club has been organized for some time, but is much more active this year than it has been in previous years. Its chief purpose is to take pictures of different school activities, such as clubs, sports flashes, and dances. We are all very proud of our Camera Club, and wish them luck in the future. First Row, Left to Right: D. Sorel, R. Gray, T. Amenta, G. Green, P. Holmes, K. Paxcia, R. Stenman. Second Row: Mr. Johnson QAdvisorJ, R. Brady, S. Boyle, P. Felgate, A. Kandler, J. Church, T. onadies, B. Sesko, C. Clark. Third Row: F. Hoxie, J. Eisenlohr, A. Bascetta, S. Stannard, R. Douyard, . Green, J. Kasenska, S. Noel. Fourth Row: E. Jordon, D. Light, R. Barton, B. Nero, E. Bourquin, . Moulthrop, H. Fracasso, J. Vincent. resident ............................................... . ........ JEAN CHURCH Vue-Preudent .... ..... . ecretary . .... reaiurer ..... PAUL FELGATE THOMAS BONODIES 47 AUDRBY KANDLER Oth HONOR STUDENTS Q, YJ 59231963 AQ! First Row, Left to Right: Jeannette Mac- flyzs Donald, Maureen Newman, Frances Per- E na. Second Row: Albert DuPont, Donald Q Poulsen, Peter Cooper. X Sogges P a"'w1"' 4'04,fCov 0 A J 3, an 5. Cb OR Qg,60"' Yiixgbdst . 'of' goowgql veit! 4E,'9'zg5"b6, xo kgs, gg. Pggeazlro Rl :le ,Q - 1 pat 1 PIQQ 6 3 31- Af 03 'loc sgsqey Cob ' '32 3006311113 Afcaly uqafosui Q E o F S E F N I I C 0 E R R . R S SENIOR OFFICERS w First Row, Left to Right: john Woodward, President, Elinor Rowley, Secretary. Second Row: Maureen Newman, Vice President, Alben DuPont, Treasurer. THE MIRACLE BO RD First Row, Left to Right: C. Seaback, J. Bouchez, M. Curcio, M. Guest, M. O'Connor, D. Williams Qldentification Eclitorb, P. Ursone, N. Pease CEditor-in-Chiefj, J. Sylvernale C Miscellaneous Eclitorl, M. Smith, J. Pelkey, E. Rowley fLiterary Editorb, F. Perna, J. Richards. Second Row, Left to Right: G. Gramlich, V. Parks, M. Avery, A. Lavieri, A. Mulville lPhotography Editorb, E. MacDonald, M. Be-ebe QProofteading Editorj, F. Waters, D. Wetmore, M. Finnegan, P. Grasso. Third Row, Left to Right: H. Isaccson, G. Diulio, J. Darcy lBusiness Managerj, Mr. William Graves CAdvisorJ, J. Dyson, R. Hughes CArt Editorh, A. Humphrey QTyping Editor-J, H. Miller. 1952-1953 50 X S ,f l .failijlu X if ,ggi . .1 f ' 3 ' , ,- A-5,,. '-'----.::fQ4l..,if'- ' lil' ,--' Fm-,,, ' """A -rf:-,---A AL -ef---f--1 My .Y .-ff'- WEM L.. 5.5146 - Wagyu - .3-5,-1 ,Qg 4 tffbq 4 'W ' xQ3ft-, g,.,g,,,,. 22226 WW' nie X 41 ,efy . 5, an ,- .cv ' ' - sz-aw -2' ,X "16r'5422Q?1.. 'ffffi-f5:.r Rf:-ri:-5-.1124 ,Q "'1:Yq.- Vila: -1415- .- .f::f"W' .gif .J-72214 1f',"1-'.:':4-:-exam - asm! v "-fff':'If-if f-511-4-f' '-Q T, Era, Q I YH" ' 1 , 1" Q15 Al x 1 Q yy: X' 'XS 1 , 44,-5 ,, ' - nl . , ,, ,,,.. ,, N6 . 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D ff Q SV- , V ,ff-' 5- X .. ,,.-Lv ff Wgliqbf I i S. 1 'I 3 E. 68g sag ez. 5!L5"" :1 a :ago .ge v-.du si? a:,,,"7 cn. 3-. AAU .-ga A ... .ESM S -ui .., D-va .. S"'C-' vie 0 5-I-4"" E-E9 ogre :QS En '- I-1 sie ENQ 0: I 535 .JUS .3 .JIQ 5 U t: E6 Sad ...r s: -mia" ' 23 pigm- N . 5125- 'USE ,Sou --c: 'Uo me nd .nd D U2 U 'H 5 uf ages 'Egg 310 ?5 1 Zo E ' - .999-I as ai 9.5-we H2214 N' O EU'-H Vik 'fresh 2290 i-i-'IIEA ei C 5 H u O ll-1 'S as O U FCOTBALL 1952 The Gilbert Football Team had a wonderful season this year, under the aid of our new coach, Mr. Fortuna. The team started off the season with a bang by beating Junior Republic 18-O. Our next game with Lee also proved successful by beating Lee 20-7. The third game of the year was less successful with Canton beating us 20-7 making this our only defeat of the season. This didn't haulter the team's spirit though, and proved it when they beat Sacred Heart 18-15. The next game proved even to be more spectacular when the team took over Farmington, beating them 47-O, and ending the 1952 football season. Our games scheduled with East Haven, 'and Rockville were can- celed, which made a total of five games for the 1952 season. A new adventure was also presented to the boys, when our new coach came, but soon overcame the fact, and worked hard, and gave him their fullest cooperation. The team is looking forward for another successful season in 1953. 53 X 1 ,,.1 .T :aw , h Hx xv 5 i Ya 7 f' f lt Vi gf 1 A, 'I J- aw" i HH 1 I af- v-v 4 K if: 3331 Q Q u. ,QI f Z N ' 1 1661! g 0, 1 1"f.f,, G h ,f rx 5 V f xx . ,f -4.1 If .1 If A I, .A f.: ' X 4 .iw MW-' N N X 5 x Till ,.,?f.'1Q .',',q'M N I: f!:,'5.q6..a-U 1 X -. u' ' ' - - .M . ' V 5 'N l H-X: u DEQXNX f i ' ! 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Brooks, R. Hughes, P. Cooper, D. Joy. Third Row: D. Walker CJ.V. Coachl, R. Jeffers, R. Sterm, H. Ramsay, R. Kelsey, V. Bazenske, G. Toplitz, S. Williams CManagerJ , D. Nichols fCoachD . BASKETBALL TEAM-1952-1953 n The 1952-1955 Gilbert basketball team churned the hardwoods this season in such a fashion as to com- pile the best record, 15-3, in over a decade. The Yel- lowpackets tookjust about every team in stride and wound up rated 5rd in the state. The Gilbert quintet started the season by clubbing Alumni 56-49. Middletown and Seymour tasted the same sting by respective 55-42 and 55-49 dubbings, after Torrington had dealt Gilbert their first loss 61- 35. Then Gilbert picked up double wins over Regional, Rockville, Goodwin Tech, and Windsor, as well as knocking off Middletown and Seymour for the second time. Sacred Heart and Plainville fell under the ram- paging Yellowjackets by 58-47 and 66-63 scores to help along an eight game Blue and Gold winning streak. Searles snapped this stread with an upset 62-56 victory but the Nicholsmen copped their last four in a row to maintain the 15-3 record. 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GILLETTE'S TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE Telephone FRontier 9-395 5 33 High Street Winsted, Conn. GQY E. MANCHESTER 84 SONS WESTINGHOUSE TELEVISION ELECTRIC RANGES LAUNDROMATS and DRYERS -0590557-00'-0"'0V o0mawwwm00w0000000000mw U16 Winsted Hosiery 60. 5 '0"0'90N0"0"05f-0' 7 0Z'6'-?G7f0Y70'0'-?6100K017061770K0Y06N?00h7'0H?1?0600'0'0N74x ll9K0R01'0K0v0Y0'0K0f With C ompli Of 105'?l09C?f940' "60'?f0 77267211 Winsted Division Hudson Wire Company WIN STED, CONN. C g I b CLASS OF 1953 HIGHLAND HARDWARE COMPANY C ompliment: vf THE NEW HARTFORD TRUST COMPANY NEW HARTFORD, CONN. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT TRUST DEPARTMENT SAFE DEPOSIT BOXE S irect sales personal service ori inal layou M up D vzzq ',-, .':' ,q:", - .5w.:' I 1. -.., 5 ,31 " ' .,., 1'Q .f,, 1'- .::,,: 'f.',.:, H retouc " ng " composition mechanicals E , 'llalftone and line ' e film and plate stripping plate making offset printing folding complete bindery -service packaging f delivery t. o'toole and sons, inc. stamford, connecticut stamford 4-9226 new york me 5-4112 to-fox W C 0 mpliment: The Tiffany 84 Pickett Company WINSTED, CONN. THE MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK QA MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKJ ESTABLISHED 1875 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS CHRISTMAS CLUBS VACATION CLUBS SCHOOL SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS COLLATERAL LOANS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TRAVELERS CHECKS Depoxitf Guaranteed in Full by the Saving: Bank: Depoxit Guaranty Fund of C onnecticut. Telephone Fkontier 9-3318 86 Main Street Winsted, Conn. 101'-?K0N0" PETER'S .lEWEI.RY Bulova, Benruf, Silverware, Ringx, Pew, Gift! Watch and Iewelry Repair: 3 52 Main Street Dial FRontier 9-5216 The Winsted Flower Shop - Flowerx for All Occafiom' -- C OPPOSITE Msruomsr CHURCH, 627 Main Street Vfinsted, Conn. T. F. HEAD and SONS ESTABLISHED 1908 Plumbing and Heating Contractor Compliment: of SCEERY'S TAXI Dial FRontier 9-4242 00000000 -'-00 We Wfzfbfz 191 QMAJH? MANUFACTURERS of BRASS and STEEL PINS OFFICE AND FACTORY AT WINSTED, CONN. ,S W L X Compliment: XQMLJQV- MRM?-DLA of . WINSTED MOTOR SALES Compliment: 481 Main Street Winsted, Conn. of If AA FRIEND K PA Y S KJQQQA 5-NJ . K L mbxzxzxjx-X T O . u A D V E R 'I' I S E G0"?'0f'0'0'-7'-0ff0"-0K0K0'l0N0v'0'f'-0K0M0'20"-0N-0" 79 -lf'-07621 0'-f0f'0Y 59"? W03Zu0A 9?5Z' PHUTUGRAPHERS, Inc. FOREMOST IN CONNECTICUT SINCE 1923 OFFICIAL STUDIOS FOR THE GILBERT SCHOOL'S CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED and FIFTY-THREE l Portraits . . Commercial . . Advertising . . Camlids . . 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