Gilbert School - Miracle Yearbook (Winsted, CT)

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Page 4 --T Corporcltors cmd Trustees of the D. Fletcher Alvord Luther L. Chase Raymond B. Church Robert E. Gaylord Elbert G. Manchester Robert L. Noble Harry E. Norton William H. Phelps Robert E. Gaylord, President D. Fletcher Alvord William H. Phelps Harry E. Norton Gilbert Bequest Dudley L. Vaill, Emeritus OFFICERS Roy V. Sanderson Harold D. Sisson Wallace W. Taylor Ralph V. Tiffany Dudley L. Vaill Irving C. Valentine Othneil G. Williams C. Wesley Winslow Irvingl. Woodward Othneil G. Williams, Vice-President Irving I. Woodward, Secretary Clarence H. Bunnell, Treasurer Robert L. Noble, Assistant Treasurer FINANCE COMMITTEE Robert E. Gaylord, Chairman Wallace W. Taylor SCHOOL COMMITTEE Irving C. Valentine, Chairman Page 5 Clarence H. Bunnell Luther L. Chase Othneil G. Williams DAVID B. NICHOLS Vice -Principal Page 6 HENRY S . MOSELEY Principal FAC LT QfQQE'g.3D?? Ax fit' 195 .X ll l A L ., -r,,.. ' '1 l Q I X . Q52 I W E 05 X vq 'I nu1 Q-nlqi PNQNK ELLSWORTH BEECHER Sclence and Physical Education LESLIE I. ANDERSON MARION L. BUZZELL Social Studies and Typewfiting and English Stenography MARGERY E. BAILEY ROBERT L. CORMIER Mathematics Business Education DOROTHY L. BARTON Mathematics and French Page 8 ADA S. BENEDICT Book Department RONALD D. DANIELS Industrial Arts CHARLES I. FECTO Guidance ROBERTA L. DAVIS JAMES B. FORTUNA General Science and Business Education Physics EVELYN S. DEMING PAUL F- GIBB English Music ROSAMOND R. FALZONE Home Economics WILLIA M D. FLA HERTY Science WILLIA M G. GRAVES English JOAN E. McGOWAN Latin and History RICHARD T. HEALY ELIZABETH L. MUTCH Geography and Latin and Spanish History JOHN A. JOHNSON HAMILTON PITT Industrial Arts U. S. History and Economics ELLEN L. LIT TLEFIELD Biology KATHARINE L. MOREHARDT English DOROTHY W. ROBBINS Office .. -E!--',. DOROTHY A SMALL Librarian HELEN N. SCI-IAEFER EDNA B. STEHPENS Assistant Librarian French and Latin JEAN L. SCHUETZ Physical Education Q 4 N ti' 4 fa as Q if ,MX 'saga' . H 'el , 'Sir 4' as K fe if this 12 ELIZABETH C. SONIER Music DONALD F. STURTEVANT English HELEN M. SHELDRICK English MARGARET H. SPEERS Home Economics Q DONALD M. WALKER Mathematics Bill Graves Evelyn Deming Dave Nichols Margery Bailey Helen Sheldrick "Bud" Beecher Henry Moseley and "Ma" Sonier Jim Fortuna Page 12 Don Walker Les Anderson 'eu HTH L x. 35 ,Ugg -'14 3 A 1 Paul Gibb Rosamond Falzone "Spud" Fecto D011 SIUIISVHHI Hamilton Pitt Ada Benedict Page 13 X S Katherine Morehardt Elizabeth Mulch Helen Schaefer Richard Healy Dorothy Robbins Joan McGowan Dorothy Barton Page 14 l ixmcwngiiasfmwl lux .rxvbisawiie ov I vi' iiQif'! ' L A SSS 5 if - Sll!3.'ftf'i.5..r3.3rg Roberta Davis Marion Buzzell 'Q 'fifn 4 1, il Doc" Flaherty Ellen Littlefield John Johnson Bob Cormier Dorothy Small Page 15 . Ts-W-- Closs History September, 1955, we are there. Yes, remember that first day at Gilbert, everybody in his new clothes and looking his best. C My how times have changed.J As freshmen we were subject to all sorts of antics by the upperclassmen. But soon we took our part in running the school by electing Fred Paris to the Student Council. We began to join clubs and really take an interest in the "Golden Halls. " Boy did we have fun when the social life got underway--the Dramatic Club's "By I upiter, " the Alumni Game, and the exchange concert with Keen, N. H. Our class was well represented in all these activities. But there were still- more new experiences Gilbert's marking system, exams, and of course how to get in good with the teachers. Though we had much fun, we all looked forward to those carefree summer days. No sooner had they come than they were over and we found ourselves back in school. But as sophomores, much wiser and more grown up than before. The center of things for 1956-57 was Room 9, Miss Little- field's room. Remember fish, snakes, hampsters, and the duck? And how could we forget the smell of phormaldihite? But we had other things on our mind too. This year we elected Sheila Garbus and Bob Ransford to the Student Council and had a more active part in the Youth Activity Council. Remember how we cheered for Butch Machowski, Tony Marino, Bob Hanley and Io Di Martino at the football games. We excelled especially in basketball and worked our way to the C. I. A. C. tournament with East Haven. The year was over too soon! With the beginning of the 57 -58 school year, we were at last upperclassmen. This year we were really big shots. We elected Sheila Garbus and Dennis O'Keefe to the Student Council for two -year terms and Pat Hunt and Ameila Nero for one year terms. Soon after the class officers were chosen -- President, Dennis O'Keefeg Vice President, Tony Italiag Secre- tary, Diane Pulverg Treasurer, Tony Marino. Our leaders and talented classmates really began to be noticed by the rest of the school. Sheila Garbus scored in the writing contest at C. S. P. A. and the "Gilberteens" went on to win second prize at the New England Music Festival and also to appear on T.V. Oh yes, remember the T. A. P. Minstrel and the other money raising campaigns. Two other events were the TB tests, with every- one anticipating a long visit to the sanatorium, and the unforgetable Faculty Game. As the year was drawing to a close everybody was looking forward to the prom. The juniors working on the committee were Tony Blatz, Jan Foster, Kathy White, Ann Martin, Dennis O'Keefe, and Bob Hanley. Kathy White and Sheila Garbus were full of stories to tell about Girls' State and Boy Hanley, Brian Dunn, Tom D'Amore, Billy Dyer, and Danny Ostapko had quite a bit to say about Boys' State. Bob Ransford and Butch Machowski were equally eager to share their experiences at the Bob Cousy Basketball Camp. Finally we had reached the top. We were seniors. Practically every club claimed a senior as its presi- dent. We were really going places this year. Sue Chapman, Judy Carey, and Gail Skilton became honorary members of the Winsted Womans' Club. Cont'd on page 18 Page 16 em ,, 3 R X 'N ip in Q it: ,... v wx! W X59 puuiustmu mx Xsxxgiwyxi in-J ' W S Q , f 1 XS 1 QW b y I . W Q 1'?""" 5 G ' X A y ' fig NW as . ' , mn 3 wut X ffm' 'QNNNWX ' .v4llAwx, 3 f ' bk 'M 'Q ll' ' 9' 1 gy , 1 Q W A mf" 'fl 49 ,IJ G i J 7. H4 . K 0 1 gl, If ll L fy ll"fm4 'X f, f I 17 ' If lf!!! l fr N 1? 5, X fl ' K X r ' X w x ,U ,ff Q xx X WW Xxx 1 xx XX Yi I X-191,31 M GY KC H X lu ? Qi mx 4 ,1 QLK QU, K M x X b XX x . '--va , .. . Cont'd from page 16 Large audiences enjoyed "Onions in the Stew" and the exciting Alumni Game. The Yellow Jackets ended in second place thanks to their talent and the cheering of the cheerleaders captained by Rozzie Hayes. Bob Hanely captured the office of senior president. Other officers were Ann Martin, vice- presidentg corresponding secretary, Diane Pulverg recording secretary, Tony Marinog and treasurer, Judy Carey. The class also chose two Student Coun- cil members, Butch Machowski, and Ann Martin, who became president of the council. About the sarne time, senior pictures were taken Although we enjoyed buying and trading them our parents felt a little different about it. Again this year Sheila Garbus won second prize at the C.S.P.A Soon work began on the '59 T. A.P. drive. George McCannon coped the State Chairmanship while Diane Pulver and Sheila Garbus were county and local chairmen respectively. Our last year at Gil- bert was filled with wonderful memories and events, and before we knew it June had arrived. Class night, another exciting prom, and of course graduation. These activities concluded our four wonderful years at Gilbert and these memories will remain upmost in our minds forever. Page 18 Senior Closs Officers 5 I Left to Right: 5 Anthony Marino, Ann 6 -' Martin, Robert Hanley, 4 Diane Pulver, and Judy Q....:Q f Carey S Being officers of the senior class is more than an honor -- it's a great responsibility. For it is the job of these students to help gain a closer relationship with the faculty and to get the seniors to work together for a successful year. It takes team work to plan graduation, the banquet, the class picnic, and fund raising activities for the class gift. The top -ranking student in the class of '59 is Brian Dunn with a 93. 62 average. He is followed by Carol Sue Chapman with 91. 91 average. The other six highest students are William Dyer, 89. 995 Corrine O'Brien, 89. 48g Patricia Hunt, 89. 42g Sheila Garbus, 88. 96, Daniel Ostapko, 88. 96g and Rich- ard Zirnmerman, 88.45. Honor Students N i Left to Right: Patricia Hunt, Sheila Garbus, Daniel Ostapko, Richard Zim- merman, Brian Dunn, Carol Sue Chapman, William Dyer. and Corrine O 'Brien. SHEILA ANN AHEARN July 18, 1941 "Cheops' 89 Munro Place Business "Take life as it comes, its easier that way." Good typist, quiet, but sociable, likes sports and music, very nice to know, natur- al curly hair. ACTIVITIES: Nurses Club 1, Girls Chorus 1, 2. AWARDS: 40 word typing certificate. 50 word typing certificate, 60 word short- hand certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Music, swim- ming, dancing, and sewing. JEANNETTE MARCELLA ASSELIN August 3, 1940 "Jay" 221 Oak Street Business "What ever will be, will be" Quiet, shy, musical, liked by all who know her, usually with Rusty. ACTIVITIES: Miracle Board 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C. Y. O. , skating, and guitar playing. MARY LOU BALTHAZAR January 7, 1941 "BoBo" 327 West Lake Street General "Life is just a bowl of cherries" Seen with Jimmy Corso, loves the Marine Corps, likes a good time, letters. . . I get letters. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dancing, baby sitting, and writing letters to Jimmy. SANDRA JEAN BEECHER April 6, 1941 "Sandy" R. F. D. 43 General "The road to wealth, is happiness. " Earl's girl, beautiful, blonde hair, quiet, frequently at the Grange, and nice to know. ACTIVITIES: Tri -Y 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS:-Earl, dancing, swimming, and driving. LUCIN DA ALICE BARRETT Julie 20, 1941 "Lucy" Coe Street R.F. D. 81 College "One never loseth by doing good turns. " Quiet, attentive, shy, and likes horses. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 1, 29 Spanish Club 1, Girls Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3.4, Nurses Club 45 Tri-Y 4. AWARDS: Third Science Grant at Hart- ford Science Fair, and Music Lyre and Bar. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horses, skating, riding, swimming, and medical technology. Page 20 SANDRA LEE BOGUE April 14, 1941 "Rusty" 246 Oak Street Business "Success is a game of challenge. " Athletic, friendly, noted for her red hair, nice to know, usually with Phyllis and Jeannette. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 1, 2: Miracle Board 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Skating, swim- ming, C. Y. O. ANNE M.ABLE BOOTHE November 12, 1941 "Boo" Colebrook Road Business "Oh Shucks. " Likes farming, sincere, quiet, tomboy, and a good worker. ACTIVITIES: F. I-I. A. 1. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Farming, and hiking and all other kinds of sports. CAROLE IAYNE BOYLE March 30, 1941 "Mickey" R. F. D. 91 General "Beware of the uncontrollable temper. " Athletic, scarcastic, baby blue eyes. seems to enjoy writing to "Clay. " ACTIVITIES: Nurses Club 1, 2, 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Clay, Yankees. and all sports. CLARKE CHADWICK BROUGHTON January 22, 1941 Box 33 Riverton Scientific "A tinge of sophistication seems to appear. " Popular, polite, collegiate dresser, music fan, lady's man and interested in Washington, D. C. ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Glee Club Lyre 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Fishing, HI-FI. Hockey, Golf, and letters to Kaytie. IUDITH ANN CAREY August 17, 1941 "Judy" Colebrook Road College "Actions speak louder than words. " Good looking, blonde who's musically inclined, swell personality with intelligence to match. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2, 4: Spanish Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4, Scribe 4: Girls' Ensemble 2,3, 4: Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: President 4: Treasurer Qf Senior Class: Honorary member of Winsted Woman's Club 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3: Glee Club Lyre and Bar 3, 4: N.E. Auditions Medal 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dick, horseback riding, dancing, swimming, and ice-skating. Page 21 PI-IYLLIS CORRINE CARTER April 1, 1941 "Phil" 36 Main Street Business "Seek and ye shall find. " Good at typing and shorthand, intelli- gent, popular, likes to talk, active inlfuture Nurses Club, always seen with Rusty and Jean nette. ACTIVITIES: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Miracle Board, Typing Editor 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2,3: 60 word shorthand certificate, 80 word short- hand certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: President Theta Rho Girls' Club if16, I. 0.0. F., Sunday School Teacher, Senior Choir, Y.P.F. 4? SAMUEL JOSEPH CENTRELLA January 11, 1941 "Sammy" Rugg Brook Road General "It's Bad. " Tall, usually seen walking his girl home, lots of curls which attract the girls, quiet and liked by all, Marlene is Sam's girl. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Girls, archery, hunting and cars. --.. . Y---wlv!l!rl'nuv'v-y--rvvq -s-of--y' Y"- CAROL SUE CHAPMAN November 27, 1941 "Sue" 67 Strong Terrace College "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches. " Cute blonde, intelligent, active in school, likely to succeed. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Newsboard 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, Secretary: New England Festival 1, 3: Future Teachers Club 4, Treasurer. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2,3: Glee Club Lyre and Bar: N. E. Auditions Medal 3: Newsboard Pin 4: Honorary Member of Win- sted Women's Club 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Music, reading PATRICIA MARION CLARK June 21, 1941 "Patty" R. F. D. ffl General "Quietness is best. " Quiet, mannerly, known to be friendly, always with Sylvia. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hair styling, swimming. v T -W.-V .-.W 1--we In-.-1 ,,,, vp--:..,,......,w--r-rv-fwfr-f :tv .,.-nw fn-- HERBERT THOMAS CRUNDEN luly 29, 1941 "Herb" West Hartland Mech. Arts "Never happened. " One ofthe Hartland boys, friendly, loyal to the teams and likes the girls. ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3. AWARDS: Basketball 3, Baseball 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fishing, football, baseball, and basketball. TERRY CURCIO April 22, 1940 60 High Street General "Silence is a friend that will never betray. A man of few words, well liked by those who know him and a pal to the end. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fishing, softball, and working at the A 8: P. Page 22 .,. - N...-.-W THOMAS JOHN D'AMORE, JR. January 26, 1941 "Sal" 28 Allen Street College "Full of fun and mischief too, doing things he shouldn't do. " Popular, smooth talking, ladies man, active, always pleasant and ready for fun. ACTIVITIES: President of Key Club: News Board 3, 4: Business Manager of News Board 4: Business Manager of Glee Club: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Boy's State: Dramatic Club pin: Glee Club Lyre and two Bars: News - board pin and Tennis OUTSIDE INTERESTS: "Mi1T1i! ", C. Y. O., Winsted Road Knights, Boating, water skiing and playing drums. PETER EDWARD DAUTRICH March 16, 1941 "Pete" 12 Brook Street General "Them are the breaks" Sometimes quiet, easy to know and get along with. ACTIVITIES: Football 1: Ski Club. CLAUDIA ELAINE DAVIS December 29, 1941 "Chloe" 141 Spencer Street Business "She's cute and slim, with pep and vim. " Cute, dark mysterious eyes, neat, wit- ty, never worries about school, always with Eddie. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4. AWARDS: Glee Club Lyre 2, and a Bar 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Eddie. bombing, and working at the Litchfield County Hospi- tal. DONALD ALLISON DAY May 18, 1941 "Don R. F. D. H2 Scientific "His friends there are many, his foes are there any?" Blonde, liked by all, terrific football player, and always ready with a smile. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4. AWARDS: Football "G" 3 and 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Sue, skating. bowling and George. SANTINA ROBERTA DAYTON April 19, 1941 "Bobbie" Danbury Quarter Road General "That's the way the mop flops! " Petite, full of pep, rather talkative. understanding, and always on the go. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Debate Club 3: Future Teachers Club 3, 4: President 4: Secretary of A.A. 3 and French Club 3. AWARDS: Music Lyre 2, Bar 3, N. E. Auditions Award 3, Ensemble Award 3. SUSAN DAYTON january 3, 1942 "Sue" 85 Hillside Avenue College "A happy girl with sparkling eyes A personality twice her size. " Sweet personality, cute, nice smile, and friendly. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club l, 2, 4: Spanish Club 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Girls Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Tri -Y 1, 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: N. E. Auditions Medal 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Navy, dancing, swimming Page 23 DONNA LEE DICKERMAN February 28, 1941 "DeDe" 110 Williams Avenue General "Softly speaks and sweetly smiles. " A future nurse, quiet, popular, nice to know, working girl, ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club Treas- urer 1, 2: Vice President 3: President 4: Band 1.2: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Girls' Ensemble 2: Miracle Board 2: Youth Activity Council 2. AWARDS: Scholarship "G " and Music Lyre. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horseback riding and swimming. S , . E IOSEPH MICIIAEL DIMARTINO llllle 9, 1941 "joe" 232 Gilbert Avenue Scientific "Sometimes devilish, sometimes shy, but acclaimed by all as a teal swell guy. " Athletic, friendly, likeable, a swell guy, shy?, Janie is his girl. ACTIVITIES: Rod 8: Gun Club 1: Science Club 4: Hi -Y 2, 3. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" l: Football "G" 3,4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Football, hunt- ing, and baseball. GERALDINE DONNA DINATALE January 2, 1942 "Jeri" 68 Holabird Avenue Business "If only everyone understood me as I do. " Energetic, sparking brown eyes, flirta- tious, and always on the go. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2: Girls Chorus 1, Ski Club 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dancing, boys, and C. Y. O. BRIAN FRANCIS DUNN September 14, 1941 71 Front Street College "Strive for the best and the best will come. " Always busy, has a mind of his own, likes sports, very intelligent, and a smart dresser. ACTIVTIES: I. V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball Manager 3,4, Spanish Club 3, Vice President 3, Key Club 1, 2, Youth Acti- vity Council 1, 2,3, Newsboard 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice -Presi- dent 3, Future Teachers Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Boys State 3. AWARDS: I. V. Basketball letter 2, Varsity Basketball letter 3, Scholarship "G" l, 2, 3, Band Pin 2, 3, Harvard Book Prize 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Sports and music. CAROLE LEE EASTMAN April 8, 1941 JOYCE ANN DUYSER Riverton College "Carefree and gay, always something to say. " Pepy, a pal to the end, talkative, cheerful, a wonderful personality. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, News Board 2, 3, 4, Future Teacners 3. AWARDS: Newsboard Pin, Dramatic Club pin. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Working at the Inn, Sunday School Teacher, Girl Scout Leader, and piano. January 10, 1941 59 Wallens Street General "Not too serious not too gay, a real good sport in every way. " Nice to know, friendly, likes a good time, usually with the girls ACTIVITIES: Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dancing and games. WILLIA M C. DYER January 1, 1942 "Guillaume" Litchfield Road, Norfolk College "He who has wit has everything. " Always talking! ! has a great sense of humor, fun to be with, and known to be a classicist. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, News Board 2, 3, 4, Novelty Editor 4, Mir- acle Board 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3, Trinity Book Prize 3, Boys' State 3, Drama- tic Club Pin 4, Miracle Board Pin 4, News Board Pin 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C. Y. O. and T. A. P. Page 24 PAUL REICHEL FALZONE March 29, 1941 "Falz" 85 Oak Street General "What, me worry?" Well liked, friendly, a great football player. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Football 1, 2.3, 4, Rod 81 Gun Club 1: Basketball 1. AWARDS: Football "G' 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fishing. MARIE CHARLOTTE FLOTAT April 7, 1941 "Red" 217 North Main Street Business "You'd better believe it." "Where's Jerry" always with him, pet peeve is Bookkeeping. ACTIVITIES: Future Homemakers of America 1: Future Nurses Club 1, 2. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dancing, swim- ming. E 5 l 2 3 me SYLVIA ANN FLOTAT December 10, 1941 "Babe" 139 North Main Street General "Laugh and the world laughs with you. " Quiet, but we wonder? boy shy?? short brown hair. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club, Treasurer 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C. Y. O. SUSAN CLAIRE FORSBERG November 5, 1941 "Suzy" 236 Rockwell Street Business "I have none other than a woman's reason. " Attractive, long blonde hair, nice fig- ure, friendly, and going steady. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls Chorus 1, 2. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1: Shorthand certificate 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Jerry, driving his Chevy, children, cars, and tigers. IAN MACKENZIE FOSTER HARRY CHARLES FOX August 11, 1941 "Foxy' 71 Elm Street General "Don't know do you. " Quiet, usually with "Hord" likes to bomb, and diligent in Math. ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 1,3: Glee Club 1, 2. AWARDS: All State 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Swimming, drawing. October 6, 1941 "Jan" Stillman Hill, Colebrook College "Merr1ly, Merrily, shall I live now until I make my marriage vow. " Neat dresser, popular, attractive, and quiet. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 1: Girls Chorus I, 2: Spanish Club 3: Prom Commit- tee 3. AWARDS: Music Lyre 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Ricky, roller skating, swimming, and "Rock and Roll", out-doors activities. l Page 25 kv SHEILA ANN GARBUS May 20, 1941 "Sheil" 153 Wetmore Avenue College "God helps those who help themselves. " Busier than a bee, excellent leader, conscientious, reliable, and everybody's friend. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 12, 3, 4, President 4: French Club 3, President 3: Newsboard 2, 3, 4, Editor 4: Band 1, 2, Sec- retary 2: Glee Club 3, 4, President 4: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3: Student Council 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Laurel Girls State: Scholar- ship "G" 1, 2, 3: 1st Prize in French Contest 2, 3: Glee Club Lyre: 3rd Prize for Connect- icut Scholastic Writing Award. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Music and writ- ing. GEORGIA ANN GATTO May 24, 1941 Norfolk Road General "She's full of mischief and always gay. Put together and you get her sparkling way. Popular, talkative, always in mischief, never a dull moment. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 4: Tri-Y 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Parties, dancing, and bombing around. -. .IUDITH MAE GEER July 27, 1941 "Iudy" 44 Wallens Street General "How do you like that!" Quiet, likes horses, entered Gilbert in her Junior year, likes writing letters to her Spanish friend. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 3: Future Nurses Club 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horseback riding, church work, and writing letters. ROBERT EUGENE GRAZIA February 14, 1941 "Bob" 43 High Street Scientific "Won'tcha, Don'tcha. " Athletic, popular, often found at the Y or with Jackie, and belongs to Grazia "baseball" team. ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Basketball OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Basketball, ski- ing, and swimming. ROBERT IA MES HANLEY April 13, 1941 "Bob" IUDITH ANN HAYES July 16, 1941 "Judy" 231 Walnut Street College "I'd rather have something to remember than nothing to forget. " Beautiful hair, fun loving, popular, and a neat dresser. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, 4: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Spanish Club, President 3: Tri -Y 1, 2, 3. AWARDS: Gilbert Lyre 8: Bar. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dancing. bomb- ing around, boon -docking. 38 South Main Street College "History often repeats itself. " Wonderful football player, good lead- er, hangs around with the boys, and liked by all. ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1: Kappa Alphi Mu I-li-Y 2,35 Camera Club 1: Prom Committee 3: Spanish Club 4: President Senior Class. AWARDS: Scholarship "G " 1: Football "G" 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Skating, swim- ming, sports in general. Page 26 '51, ROSLYN PAULA HAYES October 17, 1941 "Rozzie East Hartland General "Carefree and full of fun. " Full of pep, cute, always with "Butch' friendly. ACTIVITIES: Nurses Club 1: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Y 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Cap- tain 4. AWARDS: Cheering Charm 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Bombing around with Dee, sports. ELEANOR E. HENRY June 18, 1941 "E1lie" Norfolk Business "You don't know do you?" Blonde, quiet, liked by those who know her, and likes horses. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horses, driving, Connecticut trail rides Association, one particular boy. JEAN MAHER HERDING may 12, 1941 .59 Hillsdale Avenue Business "To a young heart, everything is fu11. " Known for that laugh, happy go lucky, giggles, and mischievous. ACTIVITIES: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Art Class. AWARDS: Glee Club Lyre. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Swimming, skating, dancing, and parties. PATRICIA ANN HUNT November 29, 1941 "Pat" Laurel Way, Norfolk College "Serenity betrayed by mirth. " Intelligent, neat, sophisticated, quiet till you know her, and drives a red Chevy. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 2, Girls Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: News Board 2, 3, Make -up Editor 4: Miracle Board 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Student Council 3. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3: Music Lyre 2: N. E. Auditions Medal 3: Dramatic Club Pin 4: Miracle Pin 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C. Y.O. BARBARA ANN JACKMAN August 31, 1941 "Barb" 130 Elm Street General "I'm all right, the world's all wrong." Likes "fire chiefs", popular, usually with Joe, "Wonderful?" driver, pretty red hair. ACTIVITIES: Girls Chorus 2: Tri -Y 3, 4: Youth Activity Council, Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Miracle Board 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Joe, parties, dancing. PAULA JEAN INDOMENICO September 28, 1941 67 Bridge Street Business "Books - things devised by the enemy. " Popular, can be found working in Grants, nice dresser, and talkative. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1. AWARDS: 40 word typing certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Boys, skating, loafing, and bombing around. Page 27 DAVID G. JASCH August 1, 1941 "Dave" Winchester Road General "An aim in life is the fouly fortune worth finding." Sports, enthusiast, quiet, and woman hater. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fishing, gun enthusiast, swimming, hamburgers, and girls. FRED S. KING July 12, 1939 "Sky" P. O. Box 251 Ind. Arts "To each his own. " Likes outdoor sports. and extremely quiet. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fishing, bowling, horse shoes, and girls! l JOYCE KATHRYN KOZLOWSKI August 31, 1941 "Kuzzy" 22 Adams Street Business "Lovely to look at: delightful to know. " Very attractive, Laurel Queen, popular, nice personality, planning July wedding. ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 2,3: Tri -Y 2, 3. AWARDS: Cheering Charm. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: DOH. Swimming. dancing, driving. JACQUELINE MARY LANGLOIS January 16, 1941 "Jackie" R. F. D. 4142 Business "She has laughing brown eyes. " Always driving, well dressed, a good friend to have, usually with Kathy and Peg- SY- ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 1, Pep Club 2: Tri -Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Miracle Board 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Bowling, swim- ming, dancing, riding with the girls. KAREN RUTH LAWSON July 18, 1941 "Kaye" Highland Lake Business "Silence is a virtue" Apt to be driving, good-natured, always cheering the teams on, gas money anyone? ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horseback riding, dancing, driving, and the Gilbert Games. Page 28 SHIRLEY ANN LA WSON July 18, 1941 "Chery' 15 Boyd Street Business "Softly speaks and sweetly smiles. " Very quiet, faithful to Brian, good at typing. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Homework, dan cing, New York State and "Brian" JANE MARY LEMELIN September 30, 1940 "Janie" 167 North Main Street Business "Softness of smile indicates sweetness of spirit. " Quiet, a good friend when you get to know her, nice, very considerate. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 1. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C. Y. O. LINDA LEE LOVELY May ll. 1941 50 Bank Street Business "Mischief lies in her blue eyes. " Carefree, lots of pep, apt to be with the girls, loves a good time. ACTIVITIES: Tri -Y 2,3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Sleeping. parties, riding around. CHARLES GAETAN MACCALOUS September 3, 1940 "Chaz" 169 Prospect Street Mechanic Arts "The only man who starts at the top is the one who digs a hole. " Good kid.. . considerate. . .likes to fool around. ACTIVITIES: Industrial Arts Club lg Science Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERTA MARY MACCALOUS JA MES PATRICK LYONS August 6, 1941 "Jimmy" Winchester Road College "Behold the trace of mischief that lurks in his eyes. " A good sense of humor, always has something to say, apt to be in Torrington, likes homework? ACTIVITIES: Band l, 2, 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Electronics, cars, music. October l, 1941 "Bobbie" 22 Woodland Avenue Business "Life is what you make it. " A tiny one, known from sorority, sparkling personality, friendly, always laughing, good dancer. ACTIVITIES: Sigma Tau Delta Sorority l, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4: Pep Club lg Tennis tournament. AWARDS: 50 word typing certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Boys, Sorority, tennis, swimming, roller skating, sports cars, bombing, basketball games. Page 29 WALTER A. MACHOWSKI April 15, 1941 "Butch" 122 Birdsall Street General "A sport in game is a sport in spirit. " Butch hair-cut, popular, lady's man-- especially Rozzie, headed for college and success. ACTIVITIES: Hi-Y Treasurer: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2. AWARDS: Football letter 2.3, 4: Basket ball letter 2.3, 4, Baseball letter 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: All sports. JOSEPH JOHN MANGIONE October 6, 1941 "Mang" 7 Perkins Street General "Take life as it comes: it's easier. " Sportsman, quiet, usually with the gang, on football team. ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Football "G" 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fish- ing. ANTHONY JOSEPH MARINO March 14, 1941 "Tony" 87 Elm Street College "Smile and the world smiles with you. " Football player, a friend to all, agree- able, a great big smile for everyone, apt to be at Sam and Joe's. ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4: Record- ing Secretary Senior Class. AWARDS: Football "G: and bar. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Coin Collecting. RUSSELL JAMES MARONI September 8, 1941 "Russ" Pleasant Valley Scientific "To know him is to like him. " Barkhamsted boy, able worker, crew cut, good dancer, apt to be catching a Regional bus, swell personality. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2, Secretary 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Mir- acle Board 3, 4. AWARDS: Sophomore Essay Contest lst Prize. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Trumpet, skiing, hunting, Methodist Youth Fellowship. ANN TOMAN MARTIN June 19, 1941 East Hartland College "If it's worth having, it's worth waiting for. " Intelligent, attractive blonde, good leader, blue eyes, neat dresser, very friend- ly. ACTIVITIES: Tri-Y 2: Miracle Board 2, 3, 4, Literary Editor 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Vice -President 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Vice- President 3: Glee Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, News Board 2, 3, 4, Assignment Editor, 4, French Club 3: Prom Committee 3, Secretary 3: Stu- dent Council 4, President 4: Vice -President Senior Class. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1: Music Lyre and Bar, Miracle Pin: New Pin: Dramatic Club Pin. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C. Y. O., Writing for Hope Bennett's Column, horses, FRED THOMAS MARZULLO September 20, 1941 "Freddy" 107 Lake Street Scientific "Cute! " Quiet, apt to be driving an Oldsmobile, good looking, short. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fi5hiYlg, cars. Page 30 GEORGE ELLIS MCCANNON January 30, 1941 "Lonesome Manchester Heights Scientific "Don't fence me in." Good voice, tall, nice looking, friend- ly, good worker, manners. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club Assistance Manager 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. AWARDS: Glee Club "G" 2,35 New England All State. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horses, showing horses, training horses, singing and playing guitar, and working for the March of Dimes. EUGENE RAYMOND NALETTE September 16, 1941 "Gene" 91 Oakdale Avenue General "Life is what you make it. " Popular, friendly, nice to have around, has an answer for everything. ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4: Science Club 3, 4: Football 2: Base- ball 2: Glee Club 4: Industrial Arts Club 1, 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Skiing in Ver- mont, working on cars, working in the drug- store and doing homework. RICHARD EMILLE NALETTE September 3, 1941 "Dick" 65 Oakdale Avenue Scientific "At first you don't succeed, try, try, again. " Tall, seems quiet, nice personality, good sport, intelligent. ACTIVITIES: ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Key Club 4, Industrial Arts 1, 2, Science Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Basketball "G", J. V. "G". OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Skiing, swim- ming, boating, C. Y. O. BERNARDINO PETER NANNI June 25, 1940 "Bernie" 21 Upson Avenue Mech. Arts "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. " Quiet, nice personality, full of fun, sincere. ACTIVITIES: Industrial Arts Club 1, 4, Treasurer 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Bunny, cars. AMELIA ANN NERO September 2, 1941 "Sam" 19 Wetmore Avenue Business "There's mischief in her eyes and laughter in her heart. " Good dresser, nice personality, popular, especially with Bob, apt to be driving the big "O" fO1dsmobilej. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, 4, Student Council 3, Tri-Y 3, 4: Treasurer 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G " 2,3, 40 word typing certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Bob, driving around, parties, the beach. ROBERT CARL NORDLAND December 26, 1940 "Nort" 157 Gilbert Avenue Business "Friends to the end and this is the end. " go Quiet, has a hot car, White Plymouth, od kid, good sense of humor. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Cars. Page 31 CORRINE ANN O'BRIEN October 26, 1941 "Rene" 54 Upson Avenue General "Her thoughts are many, her words are few, " True to Ireland, quiet and withdrawn, intelligent. ACTIVITIES: Future Homemakers of America 1, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2,3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Swimming, babysitting. iss DENNIS THOMAS O'KEEFE July 14, 1941 "Denny' 77 Wheeler Street General "It's in the book -why bother it?" Athletic, handsome, collegiate dress- et, popular, neat dancer. ACTIVITIES: Sergeant of Arms, I-Ii-Y 4, Football 4, Basketball 4, Student Council 2, Junior Class President, Rod and Gun Club 1, Treasurer Athletic Association l. AWARDS: Basketball letter 2, bar 3, Football letter 2, har 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, fish- ing, boating, cars. -F--M V yvf--'wp-vvwlfv--vw-'ww-W-W w --V-----v-Y 4. -1-P --- -if wwf-P - -W--Y vw - --f-:--4v-.-v- MARGARET ANN O'NEILL October 8, 1940 "Peggy" 106 Oak Street Business "Devout yet cheerful, active yet resigned. " Quiet, attractive dresser, very curly hair. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 1: Pep Club 2: Miracle Board 4: Ident. Editor 4: Typist for NEWS 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 2, 3: 60 word shorthand certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Sigma Tau Delta Sorority, Treasurer. dancing, bowling. swimming, ice-skating. BEVERLY ANN PHELPS April 3, 1941 "Bev" '76 East Mountain Avenue Business "Never say die. " Athletic, very quiet, has future plans, engaged to Eddy. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1: Business Manager for Miracle 4: Typist for NEWS 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: shale, riding and training my horse, swimming, art. RICHARD FRANCIS PALMER December 27, 1941 "Dick" 84 Oakdale Avenue General "How about that! " Quiet, bashful, has blue Chevy, good sense of humor, tall. ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, Secretary. AWARDS- Baseball "G" and bar- Foot- ball G and bar. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Working at First National. DANIEL LAWRENCE OSTAPKO December 1'7, 1941 "Dan" Norfolk Scientific "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. " On the quiet side, well-liked, tall, scientifically minded, a teaser. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3, 4: Vice- President 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" and two bars: Representative to Boys State. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: 4-H Clubs. NANCY PETERS June 1, 1941 141 Main Street Business "Silence is Golden. " Wears glasses, short dark hair, likes to play tennis, red is her color, OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Tennis. Page 32 RICHARD ROBERT PICARD June 11, 1940 "Rich" 100 Torringford Street Business "To much is not enough. " Tall, good-looking, all girls have their eyes on him, but his eyes are on only "Lyn". Looks like a true business man. OU'1 SIDE INTERESTS: Linda, skating, dancing, college. ROBERT RANSFORD August 25, 1941 '78 Walnut Street General "Where's the party?" Sarcastic, full of fun, athletic, always looking for a good time. AWARDS: Basketball 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Riding around. 1 1 fi-Pf?:5fZff"i'5i: ,iffygtixjjfifffg 5315553-ffif, JOHN A. RAABE August 20, 1941 "Rabbi" East Hartland Scientific "A1l's well that ends well. " Chemistry brain, likes strawberry blondes, has noisy Ford, hard worker, sin- cere. ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1, 2. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, Home Lab. DIANE ANNETTE PULVER August 2, 1941 "Di" 15 Front Street Scientific "Silence is deep as eternity, speech is shallow as time. " Quiet, virtuous, friend to all, fabulous artist and drummer. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: President 3, 4: French Club 3, Secretary 3: Junior Class secretary: Miracle Board 3, 4: Art Editor 4: Newsboard Art Editor 4, Advanced Biology 3,45 T.A.P. Co-Chairman, Local County, and Corresponding Secretary Senior Class. AWARDS: Band Award 2, 3, 4: Scholar- ship "G" 1, New England Music Festival 2, 3, 4: All-State 2. EDWARD ALBERT RANSOM February 24, 1941 "Eddie" East Hartland General "Seen but seldom heard. " Quiet, hails from Hartland, bombs around with "Cappy" and "Beanie", a good kid. Page 33 PATRICIA ANN RATEGAN March 24, 1941 "Pat" 452 Main Street Business "Never a dull moment. " Usually with Frankie, nice, good typ- ist, always in a Pontiac or with the girls. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 3: 40, 50 word typing certificate: 60 word shorthand certificate. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Tennis, roller skating, dancing, swimming. PAUL RICHARDS, IR. June 10, 1940 "Red" 280 Gilbert Avenue Mech. Arts "All the world loves a lover of cars! " Tall, good looking, red -head, has a car to match his hair, nothing worries him, nothing hurries him, goes with "Dee" OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Working on cars and seeing "Dee" IANICE E. RISEDORF May 11, 1941 "Jan" Torringford Road General "To a young heart, everything is fun. " Petite, smart dresser, popular, likes tall, masculine -type boys, flirtatious. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2,3, 4: Girl's Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Miracle Board 4: Dramatic Club 4: Senior Cheerleader. AWARDS: Glee Club Lyre 8: Bar. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Dancing, parties, bombing around, records, clothes, CARLTON ROBERTS February 26, 1940 "Bud" Riverton Road General "They always think that never speak. " Car enthusiast, candidate for success, likely to be seen in his black Chevy. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Cars. JAMES CHARLES RUBY June 21, 1941 "Jim" 9 Chestnut Street College "Girls are man's best hobby. " Tall, good -looking new senior, seen but not heard, well -liked, and a real lady's man. A regular all-around fellow. ACTIVITIES: Football 1 year: Track 1 year. AWARDS: 2 art awards. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Hunting, cars, boxing. GAIL EVELYN SKILTON September 29, 1941 "E'clat" 143 Hinsdale Avenue College "Blessed are they who have the gift of making friends. " Smart, quiet, friendly, known to be at Glee Club. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Assist- ant Librarian 3: Glee Club 3: Librarian 4: French Club 3: Secretary 3: Gilberteens 3, 4: Honorary Member of Woman's Club 4: Tri-Y 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3: Music Lyre 2,39 New England Mu-ic Award OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Holly fnela Rho Girls' Club 416, I.0.0. F., Methodist Youth Fellowship. Page 34 LINDA ANN SEYMOUR July 5, 1941 "Lin" 60 Palmer Avenue Business "Wise, but full of humor. " Tall. friendly, known to be with Tony, nice personality. ACTIVITIES: Girl's Chorus 1: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Tony, dancing, sports, riding, RICHARD ANTHONY SESKO May 27, 1941 "Dick" 20 Beach Street General "who me? I never worry!" Great guy, has poor Chevy, is usually with Joe and the guys. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1: Hi-Y 2.3. 4: Football 3, 4. AWARDS: Football "G" 3,4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Swimming, skiing, playing accordian, working on cars, bombing around with Joe and the guys. RICHARD ARTHUR SMITH August 18, 1941 "Dick' Torringford Street Gen. -Scientific "Better to be short and shine, than tall and cast a shadow. " Short, usually with his camera, quiet. dependable. ACTIVITIES: Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, president 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Photography. KATHLEEN ANN WHITE May 31, 1941 "Kathy" 160 Maple Street College "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. " Neat dresser, thoughtful, popular, al- ways willing to help, everyone is her friend. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, French Club 3, Miracle Board 2, 3, Junior Editor 3, Editor 4, News Board 3, 4, Senior Proofreader 4, Fashion Editor 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, Prom Committee 3. AWARDS: Typing certificate, Dramatic Club Pin, News Board Pin. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Sigma Tau Delta Sorority. Swimming and Dancing. BEVERLY ANN THOMAS April 13, 1941 "Bev" Platt Hill General "l can resist everything but temptation. " Quiet, neat dresser, cute. ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 3, Art Club 3, 4, Winchester Grange. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Horseback riding, going to New York, and Burr Pond. IDRRAINE CAROLINE WALD April 24, 1941 "Bo" R. D. ifl Business "Oh well, that's life! " Quiet, shy, likes red, enjoys dancing and skating. ACTIVITIES: Miracle, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Ice skating, dancing, drawing, roller skating. Page 35 DONALD ROGER TURGEON January 31, 1941 "Turk" 106 Rockwell Street General "If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. " Quiet, minds his own business, devil in his eyes, mischievous. ACTIVITIES: Industrial Arts Club 1. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Volleyball, bowling. DEANNA JEAN WILLIAMS February 11, 1941 "Dee" East Hartland General "Actions speak louder than words. " Ambitious, headed for college, George is her man, usually bombing with Roz. ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Pep Squad 4, Tri-Y 4. AWARDS, Pep Club "G" 3, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: U Conn, Bomb- ing around with Roz, a Mercury, George. Massachusetts, and hunting for sea shells. GARY EUGENE WILLIAMS September 27, 1941 "I-lop Platt Hill Scientific "Happy -go -lucky, easy -so -free: nothing on earth bothers me. " A good worker, nice to everyone, en- joys sports, good dancer, sharp dresser. ACTIVITIES: Key Club 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3. AWARDS: Baseball letter, Basketball letter, Scholarship '- OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Tennis, dancing, cars, bowling. LAUREL ANN WOODS March 29, 1941 "L0lly" Norfolk College "Softly speaks and sweetly smiles. " Blonde and petite, pleasing personality, quiet, always ready to help, likable. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Libra- rian 3: Glee Club 3, Vice -President 4: Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Miracle Board 4. AWARDS: Scholarship "G", Gilbert Lyre 2, 3: New England "N.E. " 3: N, E. Auditions Medal. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: 'I'.A.P.: C.Y.0, MARCIA LYNNE WOODWORTI-I September 13, 1941 "Woodie" 199 Walnut Street General "There's mischief in her eyes and laughter in her heart, " Peppy and popular, is always seen with a smile, sews attractive clothes. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 41 Pep Club 1, President 2, Treasu- rer 3: Tri -Y 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4: Dramatic Club 4: Miracle Board 4. AWARDS: Glee Club Lyre and Bar. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: The beach. dancing, swimming, tooling around and Yash. ALBERT LESLIE WRIGHT June 4, 1941 "Al" Riverton Scientific "Behold the trace of mischief that lurks in his eyes. " Happy go lucky, has a good sense of humor, liked by everyone, known to blush, good worker. ACTIVITIES: Industrial Arts Club 1: Radio Club 2: Key Club 4: Miracle Board 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: Swimming, skating, driving, Riverton Inn. Page 36 CAROLYN JANE YOUMATZ July 7, 1940 "Carol" 443 North Main Street Business "I think no one was ever happier than I. " Engaged, tiny, likes the Marines, al- ways talking. ACTIVITIES: Nurses Club 1, 2: Pep Club 2, 4. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: C.Y.O. Richard, Marines. RICHARD WERNER ZIMMERMAN March 13, 1941 "Dick" Norfolk Road Scientific "So quiet in his every way, yet full of mischief, laughter, and play. " Friendly, good looking, good ball play- er, fine student. ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4. AWARDS: Baseball 2, 3: Scholarship "G" 1, 2, 3. OUTSIDE INTERESTS: I-lot rods, dancing working, girls, drag racing. To Dolores Hazzard, we the Senior Class of 1959, dedicate this portion of our yearbook. Dolores, born October 2, 1941, was a class- mate and friend to all, her quiet yet sincere man- nerisms won our hearts. We will always remember the pleasant days gone by that we, as friends, spent together until her untimely death in April, 1958. In Memoriam We the Senior Class of 1959 dedicate this por- tion of our yearbook to William Casey. 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It could have been a number of things, and in all fields: Music, Drama. Sports, and, of course, Social Life. was it in Music? It could have been. Many en- joyable concerts and festivals were attended by our band and chorus. The band always represented Gil- bert well at parades during those hot summer months and football games in the colder weather. Their high spirit in all weather made us very proud of them. Our chorus will always have the memories of all the joint concerts with Keene, N. H. , Plainville, and White River Junction. Yes, we have a music depart- ment to be proud ofl Drama Drama? Remember some of those hilarious plays put on by our Dramatic Club? STARDUST, OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY, and ONIONS IN THE STEW were all very well attended and enjoyed tremendously by the students, faculty. and all of Winsted. Everyone in our Dramatic Club should be praised for their hard work and professional acting. In Sports? Those exciting football games will always be remembered. Our boys kept their spirit and teamwork up no matter how the weather was. The basketball games were just as thrilling. The students and our special cheering squads always lead our boys onto victory. Social Life? This is the field that everyone likes most of all. Our first dance of the year is the "Senjun- Sopfrosh" sponsored by the Newsboard. The purpose of this dance is to "get acquainted' with our new fresh- man. Isn't it?? There are many more informal dances like that to follow. Then, of course, the Thanksgiving dance is the big one. This year the Glee Club put on "Winter Wonderland". It was a semi -formal dance, and very successful. The favorite of every year is the prom. Each year the theme is different, but the en- joyment always remains the same. Oh! what a llfel Do you remember all of these exciting events? You can probably recall many more that were just as much fun. But what does the future hold for you? Again, there are many fields into which you can en- ter and enjoy. It may be college, teaching, engineer- ing, or eventually marriage. whatever your choice is, we hope that you will be very successful and have as much enjoyment in the future years as you did in Gilbert. MICHELE DIMARTINO '60 Page 45 +-- wgwrwvrl- . - v CALL ME Sheila Ahearn Jeannette Asselin Mary Lou Balthazar Lucinda Barrett Sandra Beecher Sandra Bogue Anne Boothe Carole Boyle Clarke Broughton Judith Carey Phyllis Carter Samuel Centrella Carol Sue Chapman Patricia Clark Herbert Crunden Terry Curcio Thomas D'Amore Peter Dautrich Claudia Davis Donald Day Roberta Dayton Susan Dayton Donna Dickerman Joseph DiMa.ttino Geraldine DiNatale Brian Dunn Joyce Duyser William Dyer Carole Eastman Paul Falzone Marie Flotat Sylvia Flotat Susanne Foresberg Jan Foster Harry Fox Sheila Garbus Georgia Gatto Judith Geer Robert Grazia Bob Hanley Judy Hayes Roslyn Hayes Eleanor Henry Jean Herdllng Patricia Hunt Paula lndomenlco Barbara Jackman David Jasch Fred King Joyce Kozlowski Jacqueline Langlois Coll Me........ KNOWN TO BE APT TO BE HATES with Shirley on the go U. S. History with Rusty home U. S. History looking for letters writing to to be without Jimmy Jimmy quiet horseback loud people riding blushing with Earl to be unhappy with Jay at J ay's house noisy people quiet in Sandisfleld oral book reports friendly saying "stink" non Yankee fans flirting with a girl to be called "Clarkie" attractive writing to to be without Dick Dick talking typing to be late in chapel with Marlene school a good student doing trig to be called Susan envious of blondes listening to to get up early records sportsman bombing English quiet at the A8tP bored popular bombing alone around with the boys bothering to be picked on Dick Sesko skipping school with the kids to be bored athletic with Sue taking English tests energetic looking out the gossips window a flirt blushing to be bored at the Strand flirting walking polite with Jane to be hungry petite driving to get up in the morn- ing a good dresser at a game to meet a deadline driving with the gang to be late a good sport talking to be wrong attractive with Pat to say goodby lazy driving crazy girls with Jerry crabby bossy people shy with the girls conceited people have a way with boys with Jerry to be without Jerry Ricky's girl on a diet being teased in Torrington with joyce nosey people studious at a club meet- insincere people ing talkative doing anything to be insulted a good sport at the Fellow- history ship a good sport with Jackie tllrts senior class president with Dawn to be teased a driver? in trouble to be bored a cheerleader with Butch to be stuck in Hartland from Norfolk at the drug to be with nosey people store full of fun with the gang to be kept waiting an honor student with Carole to be mlsrmderstood public menace 42 with Georgia to be contradicted a redhead with Joe to be teased a blusher hunting conceited people a joker in Room 3 homework with Don working oepn windows working at Sam and to be kept waiting Joe's Page 46 GOING TO BE medical secretary working married technologist married working working working engineer at U -Conn working working teacher hairdresser in the Air Force in school in college in the service undecided in College teacher in college a nurse engineer in college a teacher undecided a lawyer a teacher in college a secretary a nurse a good wife in college in the Navy teacher dental hygienist a nurse technician in college in college ln Jr. college working a hairdresser in college a secretary a secretary undecided an electrician married a secretary CALLME Karen Lawson Shirley Lawson Jane Lemelin Linda Lovely james Lyons Charles Maccalous Roberta Maccalous Walter Machowski Joseph Mangione Anthony Marino Russell Maroni Ann Martin Fred Marzullo George McCannon Eugene Nalette Richard Nalette Bernadino Nanni Amelia Nero Robert Nordland Corinne O'Brien Dennis O'Keefe Margaret O'Nei1l Danlel Ostapko Richard Palmer Nancy Peters Beverly Phelps Richard Picard Diane Pulver John Raabe Bob Ransford Ed Ransom Patricia Rategan Paul Richards Janice Risedorf Carlton Roberts Iames Ruby Richard Sesko Linda Seymour Gail Skilton Richard Smith Beverely Thomas Donald Turgeon Lorraine Wald Kathleen white Deanna williams Gary williams Laurel Ann Woods Marcia Woodworth Alben wright Carolyn Youmatz Richard Zimmerman KNOWN TO BE friendly cute friendly sleeping driving studying a joker Athletic with the fellows studying a comedian popular smiling good looking fooling around a joker a comedian pretty quiet quiet a lone wolf quiet tall quiet quiet quiet artistic an artist careless -'Toms' quiet skipping school a mechanic a blonde a hotrod quiet 8: trusty full of the devil a joker studious quiet friendly quiet talkative Dependable with "Roz" a sharp dresser have blonde hair ln a whirl blushing flirting courteous APT TO BE with Shirley with Karen in Room 2 on Oak Street at Navin 's at school with Pat riding at the Y eating dancing at a party busy at the Y riding his horse in Ivery 8: Dudly in Torrington in New Hart- ford in her Old's with the fellows with Nancy with lancie with Kathy in Rm. 2 going fast with Nancy with Eddie with Linda at band in the lab. bombing around studying with Frank in Norfolk with Dee having fun in New Hart- ford riding bombing with Tony laughing taking pictures riding bowling alleys with "Bev" at Miracle board meeting in a Merc. at a party in Room 3 with Yash bombing around writing letters studying Page 47 HATIS to be alone not having 1 CH 'YPW working mobs working to stay haue peanut humor aaodladon angina gum? tobelteptafserachod to be bored people with big can to be doing nothing Algebra English History not receiving letters to be bored show -offs to be without gas in the car late people concelted people road hogs homework without Eddie working bananas being late teachers school school a '56 blue 8: white Ford to be bored school girls'??? work to be without a "WEl'-ID" slow drivers girls'??'? ill people nosey people History people that are late unfriendly people English to be teased hypocrites to be kept in suspense to be rushed a pest GOING TOD! s millionaire MPP! a loader around at Walsh at college ncretary h college la the Navy ll college In collep at has at Ufl. Unhclity of Nh. u comp la college mhcided married undecided a nurse in college a secretary in college in college ln merchandizlng married in college at college at Clark col1ege??? working married mechanic at college in the service a man a draftsman married a biologist in the service in college in the service in New York in college at college an engineer a teacher a technician an architect married an engineer Top Most Seniors CLASS COUPLE Roslyn Hayes Walter Machowski 'G y-an CLASS HEARTBREA KERS James Ruby Janice Risedorf Dennis O'Keefe CLASS IOKERS MOST SOPHISTICATED CLASS MAN HATER and WOMAN HATER Roberta Maccalous P3.I.I1C13 Hunt Carol Chapman Edward Ransom Of 1959 BES T DAN CERS Marcia Woodworth Gary Williams Thomas D'Amore vii- 5-5,1 MOST A THLETIC Walter Machowski Roslyn Hayes MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Brian Dunn Sheila Garbus MOST RELIABLE Robert Hanley Ann Martin BIGGEST BLUSHERS Sandra Beecher Albert Wright CLASS DREA MERS Susan Dayton Fred Marzullo Page 49 CLASS GOSSIPS Georgia Gatto William Dyer iz CLASS FLIRTS Thomas D'Amore Janice Risedorf Eugene Nalette L NOISIEST Georgia Gatto Albert Wright Eugene Nalette I if W . . s E al Q if -W., ? 1 i 49 Gi nior Ju o, Cathrine Italia Terry ndra Carfir Sa Davis, Lappin, Linda icia rneyalini, Pal! Ca ary M Ia SCC! Ba Karen ita, iV D ah Jo dley, ght: Jean Du Ri I0 ft First Row, Le Susan Canty, 303850, Fr OICS Gustowsky, Sol Patricia i, lsk Carol Miku Beverly Fisher Second Row: Judith Dullee, Hope Paavola, Claudette Asselin. hay, Les es, Geraldine Beaudoin, Irene Lamberto, H JO icia Patr WZ Third Ro ann Tycienski af e Church, M UC Baker, Consta , Judith Cf heel W Barbara Ds Jessie Harding, Fourth Row: Carole Betsy Brown. Joan Bazzano, e Fisher, ari SSDI Ro SOD, HW Sharry D rf NS E I-4 U Ac o ul-I D c: U V11 CU II :J JE CL u an O-I un m 'Pl 0 'I-I U :xx n. :E G 'v-4 u.. JI 5-I 0 .D ni N ISI DJ cf o an on 'S E-4 CD U H C d Fw DiCara, Elizabeth ney, CC rgeon, Loretta Sw Tu yles, Anita Sa ia tric Pa ugh, HO Goode HUC Provan, A Ia n Estes, Dorothea Ells, Karen Horn, Ri ldan, S SO Bardino. 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N aa U' ru P9 IJ' CJ 4: N4 VI ru P'1 unf O! 119 1 1 S Q Q14 Qs.. li 3 i -'-'W xv ,Y Y vs, wnvavw ,yrs rmmy WLM. 4 5 T I A w an PS or Bo I1 Ju s, Raymond Grigos Michael Sullivan, in Basso, Roger Ark 2.8 IH ck, Tho hn Teddi IO ey, CW CID nal D0 Arthur LaMere enta, hAm P SC Right: Jo I0 eft First Row, L Attianese arry H Mitchell Steven Ryan , 311 th ael Youmatz, Iona ch el, Mi l1I1 Jules B Forster, ph SC Maloney, Jo all Second Row: Bri in 2.11 M CS Jam Paul Lovely, JCDSCI1, ZS Thom ZZZIIO, Ba ph SC ubleday, Jo D0 David wd, Ho adleigh avid Serluco, H D i, howsk HC M wg Joseph Ro Third Connole. d onal McCannon, D is YV Ia bert Sesko. Ro McDermott, ZS 1T1 ho T CIZ, SV Paul BIZ, OlllTl Henry Y 'U as x: P-' as :S o LT' CD E2 ro P1 v-1 D' ,... l'l CL PU o 5 0. 13" or F1 Q. cn as "1 Fl fb E TJ' m F' 5-1 o IJ" :J 'Tl ,... P-I P-4 1... 7U ,.. o 53" as P1 Q. I o I4 o E-T if? Z ,... o D' o P--I as VI 'U fb C! C 'J r-Q ,-. E" O E. rn 'Tl I-1 N O D5 w vs P m-4 O E' an O Z4 51 N B 0 va 'SP E'r O v1 F U o :x m fi Q. ua cu -4 5 o 5 5-1 o nw I'-4 ua cu an 0 F' CD 0 o o :J CL Z7 o 5 rn Q. if as Fl Q. 'SE m 5 na F' E' cr cw P1 PW 3. cn ,... PH '93 Q Fl :U o o' m Pl f"f I an U' 'Kam 9 a3Joa L-' ,... oo :r F' Dv P-4 o' 0 "1 l'f '11 Q 5 'U N oo 0 F1 Cf o F' E ,... ,... ,.. ,.. sn 5? E 5 sz U o Q sv' 'J' rv 'U an r"9 cu V1 72' 0 cu "H cu I OmOf6 Q. O CD arlene M IC bv Lefe 3.11 Casagni, Li11i , Joan Peetz, Anita Varney, Anita Gladys Roberts 1'S Margo Spee d Parsons i Ingr I, Shirley Fulle Right: O a-4 5-I Q-1 0 ,J E od Q-s m 1-Q --4 LL: arol C i, ssley, Jean Nard IO e Sesko, Carole C all Di ary Hamilton, rdland, M No 3 l'I'1II'1 Mars, E aDe 3.l'1 Di anor Grandell. le w:E Ro nd Italia. Seco I3 ntyre, Barba cl M Barshaw, Diane Williams Ann Rarick, Doreen Webb, Judith Barbara Boothe, Paula Bogue, Joyce Fines. Third Row: Mary Olszanski, Joanne Calabrese, Jones, Josephine Latina, Alice a Jones, dr Scovil, San 3.1'3 Barb Morton, 2111 .IO 11 rbara Via Ba Madden, dith Ju White, ita An WZ Ro ula Stewart. Fourth Pa Conole, DD A Sullivan. I -.. 1-4 eu E fl: .,.4 -. ru E an .-1 cu ... ..1 an F-1 O n-I KD OD 'U Q2 I-4 6-I .. ... M CY! '.: O H o S O Di 'U I-4 .H .E H mi 5-I CU E Z3 O :A C!! H H GJ .M I-4 CI GJ 1 5-1 cn C0 CD O.. X GJ .-4 L1 --1 .IZ U3 LD EI ..-4 rn rn G5 D- 4-1 an l-I cu oo 14 fu 2 af C: O 4-1 cn Z' .E O P1 U .D QI .CI D. -U -. cv .... VO-4 ... GS I as .H 9 .-4 3 of .-. VI r: cu an OO 1-4 CD 'U C' .3 Z . ll E u-.-L ,A vat... . fi? , X 3 l f so E S 3 'rt 191. ik PQ 'W'-ans or Agu-Qi, E Ss en PN eBo I' IT10 Sopho 1'S, taif, John Carruthe La ld Stephen Vaill, Brian Merbaum, Dona rt Nigri, Robe anchester M II Robe IOH, 31' D don vich, Gor ko rald Lin Ge I2 gh First Row, 'Left to Ri Smith, Edward Roy, is Lou ITICIC Le David lark, C ph SC Defosie, Jo Dennis ale, 8 IZ. Thomas F ODS, ITll'l'l i CIS n, Richar 8 lifford Crossm W:C Ro Peter Robertson. Second Ellsworth, Edward rth, Ellswo It be ZISOH, RO W avid D n, Ahlma avid D Garbus avid D eI'1lC1' W id HV glas Ryan, D Oll rn, D Do liam John Marek. Third Row: Wil George Smith. lil E f Q, -3 S :kg F' S gg ffl - s ,QE 3. . A 3 l .M-Q..-.allnfdn-. fr 'U Van rl1,.'Wk s ,wi if--SKRQQNAL.. men f a 5 .ff k Ja I e Boys I' m0 Sopho Second mirh. Thomas S cGinn, mM Reese, Willia S Thoma SPECS, D Robert Fiske, H1 la ..-4 il W isson, RS Peter Hanley, Clar Ferrante, I IC Pe R gh i oR I fr First Row, Le Vogel- Terrance Barnes, James David Paavola, erpka, St CS U1 Ia George Noel, Norman Newfield, arvey Galaise, H HD FH CI UIHI Zi Charles 1 elin H1 Le d wz Gerar RO Sher- rge SO G Paul Morton, ry, Ta i 6 . N C3 fa ichael Misu M arqu s M 3K Yu Y, .-4 ..-4 Leonard Sparks, Dennis Malone Dulude, Demorest, Third Row: Maurice YY Ga lus ood W 3118 Di obbs D ll S5 itchell, Su Dale M obbs D phanie te S F, enloh Eis la Goodenough, Pau Linda atz, 1'Il 01.1 h Ann Y UI o Right: Cecilia Stannard, R Left t Row, SI Fir Lernelin, arianne English, M Davis, Barbara arilyn M 1 jones O 31' C Beecher 1 TY leen Boothe, Che h HI W:K Second Ro Janet Lefebvre. Bazzano, ald, Virginia W Ellen Barrett, Catherine ahon, M lc nlx Elle 1'O Lazza Anne Io h Hall, w: Judit Ro Third oxie. H CHC rl A i. sk Dombrow ris Do Kent Shirley Katherine Barshaw, Pat- rrentino, So O'Neill, Serena IH e Kittle, Ri Jan hop, is eB Lesli WZ Ro Fourth l'Il3.l'll'l. l Gobe nice IS. CZISSO, l'3. arilyn F ey, M HS C Serena da, l O af M Barrett, Joanne gan, Carole Cardillo. I6 ley, Bonnie Ra a Ack Patrici a Olson, rici Helen all IU I'O Nancy G Graudell, 36 aM Ann C, h Van Alstyu dir Ju zaberh Maloney, Eli ray, Mu: Y 31' M ald, W La urel S. ake aO I: Patrici Ri gh O 4.1 4-1 u-. GJ v-I 3 O Of. 4-v ua s-4 .,-4 LL4 'Nw k,...-of wwf' 2 J 1 ':'5'W X.. 'A ,..,,r chard wrence, Charles DiVita, Ri Charles Ferrante, Barry La illon, HID Willia s, Jr., IBVC mG illia Shepard, W N be ooney, Ro bert M RO First Row, Left to Right: udano M HS hn lacino, Thom Jo i, sk achow M il Ne CFC, bert LaM Ro Kirstein, arl Hanley, C sasent, Eugene Ca 35 hom Allan Risedorf, T WZ Goulet. Second Ro Fourth S illiam Wayne W heeler n, Richard W C lifton Mell C I Fishe avid D CI David Fancher, Thomas Palm Trauaglin, Darryl Dowson, hold ROW: Ar rd Thi O'Meara CS Jam lavecchio, Co John 38 Thom H Koenemund, Robe Robert d Stacy, , Richar la Joseph Centrel Ronald Rizzi, WZ Ro v ns. If 5-3 .4 cu .Q o ct of 'I-Q bd o E 5-5 5-4 Lv 'S Di George Sayles, ecker D nville I5 Carmen Bazzano, G 6. ond Ston l'1'Il A rella, SZZS. M 35 1'l'l ho han, T CC M Stephen Right: O H 4-f 14-4 U -J 3 O M 0-v m x-4 ..-4 LL4 Third Row: eed. John Genziano, Gary W oxie Jack H alter Benedict, W Clark, 1 ichae on, M ge yette, Paul Tur old Stannard, Barry Ba al Row: l-l Blass. Second Barry ODS, im Dana Waldron, George S Row: Sullivan. Fourth CS H1 Ia Pasqual Mori, Daly, avid Burke, D aniel D isle eh Dennis D i, Ronald Garbus, Mora sk Peter ucher Bo Peter Barnes, Richard ita, iV D CS 1'I'1 Ja berlin, Cham all Im ith, No Sm 2 S ' l i E s if - if U4 i 'E' . Beverly Phelps, White, Margaret O'Neill artin. Kathleen Phyllis Carter, Ann M VCI, Wald, Janice Turgeon, Diane Pul Lorraine First Row: to Right, E woods, Joan Youmatz, Joanne Falzone. l'lI'l nd Row: Barbara Boyd, Elizabeth Burnstein. Patricia Hunt, Deborah Guest, Laurel A Michele DiMartino. Seco Marcia Wood - Risedorf, Barbara Jackman, C8 nevelini, Jacqueline Langlois, Jani Car Mary elin, ASS th Dullea, Maryann Tycienski. Third Row: Jeannette Judi E Dyer, Albert Wright, III , Karen Bascetta. Russell Maroni, Willia Sandra Bogue. Fourth Row: Patricia Lappin -I ev -E. 'rl In on vu-l li E o 3 at 6 :s on o an eu 'E ed cr. if O 3 Sherry Dawson. Marolda, IIC Graves, Adviser g Joan Miracle Board Editor -in -Chief - -Kathleen White Junior Editor --Michele DiMartino Literary Editor --Ann Martin Typing Editor --Phyllis Carter Art Editor --Diane Pulver Photography Editor --Richard Smith Identification --Margaret O 'Neill Business Manager --Beverly Phelps Assistant Business Manager - -Miche le DiMardno The aim of this year's MIRACLE Board is to make the school yearbook a bigger and better one than in previous years. The MIRACLE is the book which represents the enure school body and arouses school spirit among the students. Under the advisory and supervision of Mr. William Graves the members of the Board plan to create a 1959 yearbook which will bring pleasant memories not only to the graduating class but to all the students in the years to come Page 65 Sw 445, ,:h., , 7' . Qld is I' J' I 6, K J' J' J' if I Jf ,AL ,,.. Chess CL'-1 I ls C' 0-Q S Scjewd :S ': 'SA X Q' ' rl' -i 006 ' N Ami e . x-W' S 6 , . q .Q 4' 21 , J! 9 Of' " V 21 U V C. U J-f K N 1 xr Q U6 4' ,FWZ Q, 1 V 5, . X f V s uw inn its 5 NEWSBOARD Left to Right, First Row: William Dyer, Diane Pulver, Carol Sue Chapman, Carole Eastman, Thomas D'Amore, Sheila Garbus, Patricia Hunt, Ann Martin, Kathleen White, Brian Dunn. Second Row: Beverly Phelps, Margaret O'Neill, Deborah Guest, Constance Church, Judith Baker, Jessie Harding, Dorothea Ells. Third Row: Miss Joan McGowan, Adviser, Kathleen Barrett, Susan Frink, Paul Manchester, Patricia Jones, Susan Estes, Miss Helen Sheldrick, Adviser. The Gilbert School News Editor -in -Chief --Sheila Garbus Assignment Editor - -A nn Martin Make -up Editor - -Patricia Hunt Novelty Editor --William Dyer Sports Editor--Brian Dunn Exchange Editor - -Carole Eastman Parade of Youth--Kathleen Barrett, OFFICERS Alumni Editor--Carol Sue Chapman Fashion Editor and Senior Proofreader-- Kathleen White Typists--Margaret O'Neill and Beverly Phelps Business Manager--Thomas D'Amore Assistant Manager--Paul Manchester JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS Deborah Guest, Constance Church, Judith Baker, Jessie Harding, Patricia Jones, Susan Estes, Dorothea Ells. The NEWS Board consists of Juniors and Seniors who have displayed outstanding talent in the field of journalism while trying out for the NEWS. The new members are elected in the spring and the outgoing Senior Board at this time also chooses the editors for the following year. The GILBERT NEWS is published every two weeks. It's aim is to represent all classes and to report all activities and events accurately and impartially. The Board is under the helpful and wise guidance of Miss Helen Sheldrick and Miss Joan McGowan. Page 68 DRAMATIC CLUB ' Left to Right: First Row: Mrs. Deming, Adviserg William Graves, Angela Malanca, Joanne Falzone, Barbara Boyd, Virginia Bazzano, Concetta Consiglio, Michele Huddleston, Margo Speers, Diane Wald, Carole Eastman, Patricia Hunt, Sheila Garbus, Ann Martin, Kathryn Alexander, Betsy Bernstein, Barbara Wheeler, Janice Risedorf, Karen Nichols, Jacqueline O'Brien, Judith Van Alstyne, Second Row: Gail Hoxie, Michael Sullivan, Ellen Barrett, Deborah Guest, William Dyer, Barbara MacPhail, Martha Barrett, Karen Ann Horn, Jane Jamieson, Carole Soldan, Kathleen Anderson, Patricia Hrobak, Shirley Pendergast, Kathleen White, Judy Baker, Linda Millahn, John Della Valle, Catherine Barrett, Irene Chrznowski, Third Row: Jessie Harding, Diana DeMars, Marcia Woodworth, Paul Manchester, James Dockham, Serena Sorrentino, George Light, Albert Humpage, Patricia Jones, Thomas Jensenk, Robert McKie, Donna Meehan, Susan Estes. Dramatic Club OFFICERS President--Sheila Garbus S6ClFCIH1'Y"P2UiCia HUHI Vice -President--Ann Martin Tre8Sl11'S1"'CH1'016 EHSUTIHH One of Gilbert's largest clubs, the Dramatic Club, is comprised of those who possess interest and talent in the various phases of dramatics. The highlight of the Club's activities was the annual presenta- tion of a three -act play in which the members not only provided entertainment for the student body, but they also gained much in the fields of acting, make -up, and other back stage work. The 1958-59 product duction, "Onions in the Stew", starring Gail Hoxie, George Light, George McCannou and many tohers was directed by Mr. Sturtevant. The Dramatic Club meets weekly and enjoys both entertaining and instructive programs. New mem- bers are on probation for an entire year and are formally accepted into the Club at the banquet in June. In addition to the banquet, parties and other enjoyable activities take place during the year. Page 69 GLEE CLUB Left to Right, First Row: Jacqueline O'Brien, Glenys Felgate, Susan Dayton, Carmela D'Amore, Robert Ellsworth, George McCannon, Gail Skilton, Judith Carey, Ann Martin, Laurel Ann Woods, Sheila Garbus, Thomas D'Amore, Edward Ellsworth, Barbara Wheeler, Elaine Francis, Josephine Failla, Mary Hicks, Roberta Dayton. Second Row: Carol Sue Chapman, Deborah Guest, Jean Herdling, Terry Leshay, Betsy Brown, Joan Bazzano, Anita Turgeon, Dolores Fracasso, Rita Fracasso, Marcia Woodworth, Judy Hayes, Claudia Davis, Lucinda Barrett, Jessie Harding. Third Row: Dorothea Ells, Patricia Hunt, Claudette Asselin, Irene Lamberto, Elizabeth DiCara, Maryann Tycienski, Patricia Jones, Charlott Simmons, Geraldine Beaudoin, Janice Risedorf, Constance Church, Karen Horn, Kathleen Barrett. Fourth Row: William Graves, Robert McKie, John Colavecchio, Roger Atkins, Thomas Jensen, Albert Humpage, James Athorn, Clarke Broughton, Richard Simmons, John DellaVa1le, Gordon Dayton, Clifton Mallen, Thomas Mudano, John Iacino. The Senior Glee Club OFFICERS President -- Sheila Garbus Vice -President--Laural Ann Woods Assistant Librarian--Edward Ellsworth Secretary--Robert Ellsworth Manager--Thomas D'Amore Treasurer--Ann Martin Assistant Manager--George McCannon Librarian --Gail Skilton Scribe --Judith Carey The Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Sonier, is one of Gilbert's prize possessions. Among the juniors and seniors this year were many winners of various awards recognizing their superior talent. One of these winners, Judith Carey, represented Gilbert at the All State Concert. They began the 1958-59 season with a fund -raising candy sale. Besides the customary entertaining and excellent concerts, the Glee Club also sponsored a most successful Christmas formal. Page 70 GIRLS ' CHORUS Left to Right, First Row: Mary Hicks, Ruth Flotat, Janet Lefebvre, Jacquiline Dutll, Sue Ann Dickerman, Donna Meehan, Deborah Guest, Kathleen Barrett, Constance Church, Claudette Asselin, Judy Baker, Patricia Jones, Karen Nichols, Cecilia Stannard, JoAnn Showl. Second Row: Linda Rosansky, Judith Van Alstyne, Eleanor Bensle, Kathryn Alexander, Theresa Girolamo, Virginia Bazzano, Patricia Whyte, Diane Wald, Barbara English, Eleanor Grandell, Barbara Sesko, Angela Tarascio, Patricia DiVita. Carol Goddard, Doreen Varney. Third Row: Joan Peetz, Henrietta Youmatz, Kathleen Anderson, Katherine Barrett, Sheila Duilio, Terry Leshay, Carol Jones, Kathleen Boothe, Jessie Harding, Barbara Wheeler, Irene Chrznowski, Jane Jamieson, Anita Casagni, Joan Morton, Barbara Viall. Fourth Row: Phebe Johnst stone, Marilyn Fracasso, Betsy Brown, Joan Bassano, Shirley Pendergast, Ellen Barrett, Janice Lossin, Joan Lazzaro, Rita Fracasso, Irene Lamberto, Serena Casey, Cheryl Beecher, Gladys Roberts. Girls' Chorus OFFICERS President - -Kathleen Barrett Vice -President - -Judith Baker Scribe - -Patricia J ones Secretary --Claudette Asselin Assistant Librarian --Sue Ann Dickerman Treasurer - -Deborah Guest Manager - -A ngela Malanca Librarian - -Donna Meehan Assistant Manager - -Patricia Hrobak Two years of Girls' Chorus gives a girl the basic musical training needed for participation in the Senior Glee Club. Under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Sonier, the group meets every Monday after- noon after school. Each year the Girls' Chorus lends its share of delightful music to the Christmas and Spring Concerts, as well as any other musical programs presented. For two years of faithful membership a girl earns an award--the music 1yre. Page 71 Left to Right: Judy Carey, Roberta Dayton, Laurel Ann Woods, Susan Dayton, Sheila Garbus, Carol Sue Chapman, Patricia Hunt, Gail Skilton. Gilberteens The Senior Ensemble, a vital portion of the Gilbert School Glee Club, was organized several years ago. This small group of Senior girls presents recitals before civic and fraternal organizations in Winsted. The Ensemble also participates with the Glee Club. Junior Ensemble This year's Junior Ensemble consists of a dozen songsters who rehearse every Wed nesday night after Glee Club. Under the able guidance of Miss Sonier, the girls have increased their musical knowledge and can enjoy their singing. Left to Right, First Row: Rita Fracasso, Constance Church. Second Row: Jacqueline O'Brien, Glenys Felgate, Elaine Francis, Terry Leshay, Kathleen Barrett, Irene Chrznowski, Barbara Wheeler, Patricia Hrobak, Karen Ann Horn, Deborah Guest, Pat- ricia Jones. Page 72 I I Sophomore Ensemble Eleven girls, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Sonier, meet every Monday afternoon to rehearse. These girls accompany the Glee Club in their concerts and also participate in various concerts and musical presentations. Left to Right, First Row: Shirley Pendergast, Carol Jones, Second Row: Eleanor Bensle, Joan Peetz, Barbara Viall, Jacqueline Dutil, Eleanor Grandell, Sheila Diulio, Phebe Johnstone, Gladys Roberts. Sue Dick- erman, l-ledy Youmatz. The Gilbert Bond OFFICERS The band, open to all students interested in music, participates in school concerts preSidem--Diane pulvel- and also sponsors exchange and summer concerts. Representatives are sent from the band Vice .presidemngeorge Light to All-State and New England Music Festivals. Rehearsals are Monday evenings and Treasurer--James Lyons Thuf5daY- Secretary--Constance Church Librarians --Glenys Felgate and Karen Horn Director--Mr. Gibb First Row: Clifford Mellen, Dorothea Ells, Glenys Felgate, Joan Peetz, Karen Horn, Janice Lossin, Sharon Dunn, Gwen Morton, Michael Clark, Mr. Gibb, Director. Second Row: Robert Koenemund, Linda Rosansky, Stephanie Dobbs, John Barrett, Judith Hall, Sue Ann Dickerman, Gladys Roberts, Third Row: William Dillon, George Light, James Lyons, Russell Maronl, John Carrauthers, Serena Casey, James Sullivan, Barbara English, Kathrine Barrett. Y 1 fr. Q is I --at 1 ---.-.......-...........,..,,.,,,, X P...-.. ..-W...,,,,,,,,h,, J "--f 1 r 4 -, -M ,. f , f gif f M,--H -- 1? e - ,-e-M- 111 l as . S f...... ,gps 9' French Club Le Circle Francais aims to give French students an opportunity to use the French language outside of the classroom, and to promote an interest in the French people and their country. All students who have had a year or more of French are welcome to join. OFFICERS President- -Peter Keefe Spanish Club OFFICERS President - -Raymond Gou - let Vice -President - -Claude tte Asselin Secretary - -William Dyer Treasurer - -Sylvia Flotat Left to Right, First Row: Sheila Garbus, Sylvia Flo- tat, William Dyer, Ray- mond Goulet, Claudette Asselin, Jean Dudley. Second Row: Miss Stephens, Adviser, John DellaVa11e, Corrine O'Brien, Mary Ann Tycienski, Judy Baker, Constance Church, Deborah Guest, Kathleen Barrett, George Light, Patricia Hunt Third Row: Elliot Williams, Laurel Ann Woods, Joseph DiMartino. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to learn more about the Spanish -speaking world and to gain as much knowledge as possbile from the study of Spanish. Movies, foreign correspondence, reading material and projects are some of the items of interest to which the meetings were devoted. Vice President--Henry Youmatz ,Q - - WY Secretary -Judith Dullea Treasurer--Sharry Dawson Adviser--Elizabeth Mutch Left to Right, First Row: Patri cia Lappin, Roger Atkins, Judith Dullea, Peter Keefe, Henry Youmatz, Sharry Daw- son, Robert Hanley, Georgia Gatto. Second Row: Terry Le shay, Miss Elizabeth Mutch, Adviser, Paul Lovely, Rose Marie Fisher. Page 74 Camera Club The Camera Club, reorganized this year under the guidance of Mr. John A. Car- ter, is acquainting students with the different phases of photography. One task that is being undertaken by this ambitious group is the creation of a school dark -room. OFFICERS President- -David Serluco Vice -President - -Thomas Basso Secretary--Spencer Blatz Treasurer--Ellis Sylvernale Left to Right, First Row: Mr. Daniels, Adviser. Second Row: David Serluco, Steve Mitchell, William Fiske,Car1 Kirstein, George Sherwood, Thomas Basso. Third Row: Richard Carter, Paul Svetz. Radio Club OFFICERS President--Judy Barshaw Vice -President --Barbara Booth Secretary--Janice Turgeon Treasurer--Betty Beebe Left to Right, First Row: Janice Turgeon, Judith Madden, Gary Demorest, Anita White, Carol Mi- Kulski. Second Row: Judith Barshaw, Barbara Boothe, Josephine Latina, Kathleen Boothe, Elizabeth Beebe. Ruth Cadrain. The Gilbert School Radio Club is three years old this year, and it has its own station, KIACO. The members of this club work with short wave sets to contact loca- tions all over the United States and Europe. Their adviser is Mr. Daniels. Page 'lb Pep Club Left to Right, First Row: Elizabeth Duyser, Kathrine ltalia, Linda Davis, Barbara Italia, Threasa Girolamo, Susan Canty, Donna Stevens, Joan DiVita, Jean Dudley, Majorie Simmons, Janet Tamminen, Second Row: Mary Murray, Lillian Lefebure, Ruth Ann Youmatz, Kathleen Anderson, Dale Mitchell, Barbara Scovil, Elizabeth Maloney. Third Row: Mary Hicks, Eleanor Bensle, Ann Reese, Elizabeth Gould, Karen Lawson, Margaret Jackman, Susan Dayton, Judith Carey, Sandra Cappellina, Jacqueline Dutil, Anita Casagni, Patricia DiVita, Gloria Hubbard, Anita Varney, Doreen Varney, Margaret Locascio, Geraldine DiNatale, Sandra Lemelin. Fourth Row: Angela Tarascio, Elizabeth Garafalo, Carmela D'Amore, Lily Ann Milano, Gwen Morton, Sandra Carfiro, Shirley Lawson, Irene Laberto, Carol Jones, Hope Paauola, Marilyn Fracasso, Beverly Fisher, Dolores Fracasso, Betsy Brown, Mary Carnevaline, Terry Leshay, Carol Goddard, Josephine Failla, Janet Lefebure, Sheila Diulio, Cilia Giannatasio. Fifth Row: Judith Hall, Joan Bazzano, Joanne Marolda, Carole Jones, Jean Nardi, Mary Hamilton, Sandra Jones, Lillian Turgeon, Rose Marie Roy, Jane Jamieson, Nancy Williamson, Yvonne Marquis, Joan Morton, Diane Sesko, Arline Hoxie, Elizabeth DiCara, Gail Hoxie, Joanne Calabrese. The Pep Club, consisting of 107 girls is a club which aims to promote good school spirit among the school body. At their weekly meetings, which are held during club period, the cheerleaders teach the members school cheers and songs. This year there is a pep squad made up of eight girls who attend the Friday practices of the cheerleaders to perfect the cheers along with the motions. In turn, the pep squad helps the cheerleaders by leading the rest of the club in cheering at the games. Under the supervision of Mrs. Helen Schaefer as their adviser, the members and officers also plan and participate in snake dances, bonfires, pep rallies, and poster -making to arouse a greater school spirit and to help cheer our boys on to victory. Page 76 Future Nurses' Club Left to Right, First Row: Linda Goodenough, Cecilia Stannard, Joan Peetz, Diane Centrella. Melvie Hatfield, Glenys Felgate, Joan Goulet, Ruth Flotat, Second Row: Patricia Galaise, Carole Crossley, Constance Church, Gladys Roberts, Donna Dickerman, Kathleen Barrett, Alice Dautrich, Phebe john stone, Sue Dickerman, Third Row: Joyce Duyser, Elizabeth Finn, Phyllis Carter, Susanne Forsberg, Sylvia Flotat, Corrine O'Brien, Claudette Asselin, Judith Geer, Fourth Row: Patricia Olson, Lucinda Barrett, Sherrill Horn, Patricia Sayles, Anne Goodenough, Doreen Webb. President--Donna Dickerman Secretary--Gladys Roberts Vice -President --Kathleen Barrett Scribe --Constance Church The Future Nurses' Club, sponsored by the Women's Auxilary of the Litchfield County Hospital, is a club for girls who are interested in entering the field of nursing. With the help of Mrs. Othneil Williams and Mrs. Norbert Humpage, advisers, the girls plan trips to near -by hospitals and meetings with films and speakers. During the holiday seasons they make favors and decorations for hospitals and convalescent homes . Poqe 77 l Left to Right: First Row: p Patricia Whyte, Barbara l Sesko, Carol Sue Chapman, Roberta Dayton, Brien Dunn, Hedy Youmatz, Barbara Viall Rita O'Neill, Second Row: Ellen McMahon, Richard Simmons, Mr. Sturtevant, Adviser, Carol Dewey, Carol Melchione. Future Teachers of America The Future Teacher's Club is a fairly new club at Gilbert. This year the aim of the club is to help Gilbert to better itself in every way possible. The club is trying to become better acquainted with the teaching profession and the many opportunities it presently offers. In the beginning of the club year, the Future Teacher's staged a full scale publicity campaign to get other students interested. Included in this plan was a display for the National Education Week which was publicized as Future Teacher's Week throughout Gilbert. In preparing for the profession, the club had several speakers, movies, and field trips to various teacher's colleges. Miracle Room Collectors The Miracle Room Collectors make their debut this year. Each home room has a collector for the yearbook who keeps the record of sales and collects the payments. The collectors are ably managed by Mr. Healy. Left tor Right: First Row: Phyllis Carter, Judith Van Alstyne. Jane Lemelin, Joanne Marolda, Marilyn Fracasso, Helen Dickerman. Second Row: Mr. Healy, Business Manager, Michele DiMartino, Karen Horn, Barbara MacPhail, Ellen Barrett, Carol Jones, Sal- vatrice Mazzarella, Lor- raine Wald, Beverly Phelps, Mr. Graves, Adviser. Page 78 E I Left to Right: First Row: Elaine Francis, Marcia Judith Carey, Second Row Theresa Girolamo, Linda Millahn, Dolores Fracasso Catherine Italia, Joan Di Vita, Yvonne Marquis, Nancy Williamson. Third lene Mclntyre, Donna Meehan, Linda Lovely, i line Langlois, Elizabeth Duyser, Sandra Carfiro, Gloria Kittredge, Susan Dayton. Agmo Dhi Try-Y The purpose of the Agma Dhi Tri -Y is to "create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian conduct. " The organization consists of girls from all four classes, chosen for personality, character, and ability to intermingle with other girls. Each year the club sponsors many worthwhile activities and it accomp- lishes much in improving the community. The Tri -Y adviser is Mrs. Charles Deitlin. Library Aides This is a group of girls, with the help of Miss Dorothy Small as their adviser, who manage library publicity in the school. Their meetings are designed to promote interest in reading and literature, and deal with recordings or authors and the discussion of book reviews. The aim of the library aides is for the improvement of the school library and to arouse enthusiasm for books and reading. This year they are joining the state organization of Nutmeggers, a library club, and they will visit the Hartford Public Library. Left to Right: Irene Chrznow- ski, Salvatrice Mazzarella, Margo Speers, Joanne Cal- abrese, Carol Goddard, Mary Ann Amenta, Anita Casagni. Page 79 Woodworth, Amelia Nero, Row: Kathleen Filli, Mar- Barbara Jackman, Jacque - Chess Club Left to Right: First Row: Harvey Balaise, Joanne Lazzaro, Second Row: Barry Smith, Richard Boucher Timothy Dobratz, Jules Bunel, Raymond Grigos, Mr. Graves, Ad- viser. The Chess Club, under the guidance of Mr. William Graves, meets every Wednesday during club period. During the year tournaments are held and the scores are kept to determine the champion player. Anyone who knows the rules and is interested in the game may join. Industrial Arts Club The Industrial Arts Club, under the advisorship of Mr. Johnson, is a very active and co -operative organization. Formed four years ago, they now feel they have achieved their end to stimulate industrial interests. This year their primary project is to complete ink stands. Touring Connecticut plants is another objectiveg the members feel that these excursions will definitely prove beneficial. Left to Right: First Row: Wayne Williams, Charles Zimmerman, David Werner, Richard Smith, Pasqual Mori, Second Row: Barry Lawrence, Richard Goulet, James O'Meara, Richard Carter, Mr. Johnson, Adviser, Joseph Machowski, Roland Royer, Thomas Mudano, Robert Moo- ney Page 80 Left to Right: First Row: Paul Morton, Russell Maroni, Henry Youmatz, Eliot Williams. Thomas D'Amore, George Light Paul Manchester, Michael Sul- livan. Second Row: Peter Han- ley, Richard Zimmerman, David Serluco, Brian Merbaum, William Dorn, James Dockham, Albert Wright, Joseph Bazzano, Robert Manchester, Mr. Leslie Anderson, Adviser. Third Row: Ronald Doyle, Peter Keefe, Gary Williams, Robert Ells- worth, Edward Ellsworth, Rich- ard Nalette, Albert Humpage, Stephen Vaill. Key Club The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis, is a service organization with the purpose of developing useful citizens, serving the school and community and building leaders. Each year new members of high scholastic and moral standing are selected to help in the several project the club undertakes through- out the year. Ski Club Those who enjoy the thrill of flying over the snow and who have a keen sense of sportsmanship are members of this club. Throughout the winter, these adventurers make frequent day and week end trips to the white slopes of New England. This year one place which is especially desirable is Stave, Vermont, the biggest ski -run in this area. President -Robert Grazia Secretary -Joan Goulet Treasurer-Beverly Thomas. , . efr to Right: First Row: Jeri Di atale, Jane Jamison, Peter autrich, Bev Thomas, Robert razia, Joan Goulet, Karen awson. Second Row: Robert esko, Joseph Machowski, eorge Noel, Janice Turgeon, athy Anderson, Rose Marie 'cher, Sheril Dawson, Shir- y Lawson, Carol Zimmer- an, Elenor Bensley, Jac- eline Dutil, Gwen Morton, atlie Koupi, Terry Bames, seph Foster, and Eugene alette, Adviser, Miss len Littlefield. Page 3l Science Club .. ry rlI,,,f4--' W f Left to Right: First Row: Coe 4 Manchester, Peter Hanley, Robert Thomas, Russell Maroni, John Filli, Daniel Ostapko, Paul Falzone, Dennis Maloney, Allen Risedorf, william McGinn Second Row: James Sullivan, Michael Misuraca, Dana Wald- ron, Jack Hoxie, Ronald Per- kins, Eugene NaLette. Edward Clark, Raymond Goulet, Rich- ard Nalette. Michael Youmatz, Bret Lacey. Paul Svets, Steve Mitchell, Joseph DiMartino, George Simmons, Harold Stan- nard, Mr. Flaherty, Adviser. President-John Filli, Vice -President-Daniel Ostapko -Recording Secretary -Paul Falzone, Corresponding Secretary -Russell Maroni, Sergeant-at-Arms -Joseph DiMartino, The Science Club, under the direction of Mr. William Flaherty, encourages an interest in science and enables the student to expand and know more about science. It is open to members ofthe upper three classes. Senior Cheerleaders Senior girls interested in cheering the senior boys on at the annual Thanksgiving Alumni game join and form the senior cheerleaders. The girls held three vigorous practice sessions each week for one month preceeding the game. At these practices they compose cheers, chants, and learn to do splits and cart- wheels. This year the girls were very fashionably attired in royal blue and white. Co -captains were: Georgia Gatto and Marcia Woodworth. Kathy White, Peggy O'Neil1, Jackie Langlois, Barbara Jack- man, Jean Herdling, Judy Hayes, Judy Carey, Sue Day- ton, Jan Foster, Paula Indem- inco, Dawn Ransford, Amelia Nero, and Belinda Jackman. Page 82 gk '2 Junior Closs Officers Left to Right: Susan Canty, Eliot Williams, Patricia Jones Albert Humpage. President -Elliot Williams. Vice -President -Patricia Jones. Secretary -Susan Canty. Treasurer-Albert Humpage. The Junior Class Officers have the important job of representing their class in school activities and of setting a good example for their classmates. Elected in the fall, these capable students promote better understanding between the faculty and the student body. Student Council The Student Council is composed of eleven students of principle and intergrity. This group, in co- operation with Mr. Moseley, the faculty, and the student body, work for the good of the entire school. This year they assumed the responsibility of arranging Gi1bert's social calendar. Another new policy of the Council was its affiliation with the Connecticut Federation of Student Councils. It has also initiated the idea of having a treasury. The advisers for Gilbert's governing body are Miss Ioan McGowan and Mr. Charles Fecto. Left to Right: First Row: Linda Millahn, Eliot Williams, Ann Martin, Robert Ellsworth, Wal ter Machowski. Second Row: Mr. Fecto, Adviser, Nancy Williamson, Gail I-loxie, Kath leen Barrett, Dennis O'Keefe, Deborah Guest, Sheila Garbus, Miss McGowan, Adviser. President-Ann Martin Vice -President -Eliot William Secretary -Robert Ellsworth Ptrqe 33 1 4 ' '-5,35 A-i . , M- ' MTM '1"'f'Ss-'Wi ,., Y W- K .Q - .J in S 'kwa ' A 5 01, " , N S' 1 . ' r . V- Es 15 6 A H43 , is 5 if l lea' ,if 4.51 4 rf f as H... 5- M A Lf- K, , ,M M wif ,g ,Q ?' 'H' My .ig Y, .Q . 4573166 ff ss, he n if-m,4x'Q wing, , ,sam V ,emi ne 3? 'f,,,.g,e O wi. , . , A ' Mam,m L.?M K - X ., 1. ". w- ' " 1:- . 1-'9' 'f'UE",1. " . L W l . Yi 5 ,63 A ,warg 911- ,L 'Q-5.9 , . if. 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Under the leadership of Roslyn Hayes, the girls have prepared many new cheers this year and have succeeded in teaching the Pep Club Members the cheers to help them in their efforts. In the spring new members are chosen to replace graduating seniors. The selections are based on the ability to learn, attitude, and the appearance of the girls. Rage 87 i Ll. bert Sesko, Ro i. sk achow M Walter y Marino, OH Paul Falzone, Dennis O'Keefe, Auth artino, Robert Hanley, iM Donald Day, Joseph D I: First Row: Righ O a-I C-1' 0 v-'I Jules Bunel annon, Thomas McDermott, cC sM Jarvi i. achowsk M nderson, Joseph ow: MI. A R cond hg Se ic 8.l1U' Mangione, Peter D ard Sesko, Joseph Rich Clark de, Dulu am Dorn, Maurice illi Hanley, W 1' IC Pe Daniels, ird Row: Mr. Th 32 l.ll'1 Williams, Mr. Fort I lio id Serluco, jon Ryan, E HV dlack, D Se Steven ravaglin, T 1d ley, Arno 3.11 eH CH Eug k I-Ioxie, 3,0 chio, I hn Colavec Jo i. sk OW Mach Neil W2 Ro urth Fo 1: ail V V611 erwood, Ste Sh ge Watson, Geor id Sisson, Dav ori . M qual d Pas 3.1'1 ita , iV D CS berlin, I am III Cha an Norm - ,f as-..amm:v-ass.-.y. ,-www .w .wr-r-wx--yt-raw". 'iyff ',-wwe-r ---Y --fe:-Y-a -iv --H31-0 -if .f-rw, nm- - V GILBERT POSTS 5-2 RECORD FOR 1958 GRID SEASON FORTUNA COACHES YELLOW JACKETS Following the disastrous 1957 football season, in which they won only one, lost five, and tied one, Coach J im Fortuna's Gilbert Yellow Jackets rebound- ed in 1958 with a 5-2 record and gained second place in the North Central League. with a flock of veterans forming the nucleus of the squad, the 'Jackets lost only to Canton Q6-18j and Sacred Heart Q0-203, while winning from Sims- bury Q12-81, Wilby Q28 -OJ, Farmington Q46-161, Housatonic Regional Q26 -Oy, and Berlin Q8 -63. The Junior Varsity, under the direction of Leslie Ander- son, kept pace with the Varsity 's success by com- piling a 3-1-1 record. Closing out their football carrer at Gilbert were co -captain Tony Marino, Bob Hanley, Butch Mach- owski, Dennis O'Keefe, Joe DiMartino, Don Day, Pcxq TO SECOND PLACE FINISH IN NORTH CENTRAL LEAGUE Paul Falzone, Ioe Mangione, Rich Sesko. leo Mach owski, Bob Sesko, and Pete Dautrich. Other stand- outs include: Tom McDermott, Jarv McCannon, Dave Ahlman, Jim DiVita, Bang williams, Jon Ryan, Clark Sisson, Moe Dulude, and Jules Bunel. For the future these just mentioned underclassmen and a fine crop of freshmen should combine to pro- duce many fine elevens. Praise is also in order for Mr. Daniels. Mr. Beecher, and Leon Veretto, who aided coaches Anderson and Fortuna in leading the 'Jackets to success. Congratulations to the team for its per- severance and spirit: to the coaches for their patience and hard work: and to those industrious student manag BTS. e89 I Basketball Season, 1958 -59 Coach Bill "Doc" Flaherty's Gilbert Yellow Jackets gamely struggled through a disappointing 1958-59 basketball season, cluminating their efforts with a heartbreaking 41 -54 defeat at the hands of the Branford Hornets in the CIAC Class B Tourna- ment. Bad breaks began to take their toll on the Blue and Gold quintet, which recorded eight hard -earned victories and suffered through 14 bitter defeats, ever before the first game. Walter "Butch" Machowski, tri -captain and all -star guard on the 1957 -58 Housa- tonic Valley B League post-season "dream team", sustained a serious knee injury in a football game against Berlin. Machowski's loss contributed highly to the 'Jackets poor start which saw them drop eight of the first eleven decisions. The starting five of Dennis O'Keefe, this year's leading scorer and rebounder and a tri -captain, Bob "Cousy" Ransford, flashy ball -handler and tri -cap- taing Gary "Hops" Williams, Tom "Mac" McDermottg and Eliot "Bangs" Williams carried on in fine style holding the team together for the first half of the teams schedule despite many disheartening reversals. The Jackets bolstered their thin reserve coups by the addition of sensational freshman Jim DiVita and guard Ron Perkins and quickly ran up three straight wins, not only putting themselves in line for tourna- ment consideration but also opening the possibility of a Housatonic Valley B League Championship. However, the squad had to struggle to qualify for the CIAC Playdowns and had to settle for a share of first place with Housatonic Valley Regional of Falls Village and Henry Abbott Tech of Danbury. This late season slump might be attributed to an emotional let -down of the players, part, following a tedious schedule. Once the Flahertymen reached the playdowns ranking last in a field of 20, they sensed a chance to redeem lost glory and upset sixteenth -rated Wind- sor 67 -64. Page 91 Following this excellent team effort, the Jackets tore after a medicore eighth -seeded Bradford Hornet "5" and were just eight minutes away from clinching a quarter -final berth when several questionable calls, which plagued the Blue and Gold season-long, went against them. The downstaters then made the most of their glorious opportunities and triumphed 54-51. Considering all the disadvantages which they had to encounter fi. e. --very poor attendance both at home and away, lack of bench strength, injuries and scholastic problems of key players, and spotty, to say the least, officiatingj, Gilbert I-loopsters distin- guished themselves on the court. O'Keefe averaged over 12 points a game, and 18 rebounds per game: Ransford, although not playing up to par until late in the season pitched in over 200 tallles for the second straight year and won several key games with clutch shots: "Hoppy" Williams hit his peak with 25 against Watertown and showed proved a tremendous handyman, hustled all the way, and developed into a better scorers McDermott more than tripled his point production of last year: Perkins came through handily as a late season surpriseg and Dlvita gave O'Keefe occasional help on the boards, while gain- ing valuable experience. McDermott, Bang Williams, Perkins, and Di Vita are scheduled to return in 59-60 along with Dave Ahlman, Dave Watson, Steve Sedlack, Richie Simmons, and Bill Dom, among others. Those who donned the Gold and Blue for the last time for the Branford game were O'Keefe, Ransford, G. Williams, and George McCannon. Machowskl also bid farewell to action for good but did not dress due to his bad knee which kept him out of action for all but one of the contests. I. V. Coach Dick Healy deserves congratulations for piloting the "Little Jackets' to their first winning Q12 wins 10 defeatsj season in several years. Through his efforts and those of the boys. Gilbert should have many fine tournament teams in the days to come. Page 92 The Lost Will cmd Testc1mentofTl1e Closs of 1959 We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-nine, now being of educated mind and sound body, do hereby leave this our first, last, and only will and Testament: Sheila Ahearn leaves her slenderness to Mary Nardi. Jennnette Asselin leaves Gilbert to her sister. MaryLou Balthazar leaves Gilbert to join Jimmy. Lucinda Barrett leaves her height to Joey Amenta. Sandra Beecher leaves her complexion to Delores Fracasso. Sandra Bogue leaves her red hair to Donna Meehen. Anne Boothe leaves Gilbert to her sisters. Carole Boyle leaves her blue eyes to Margie Simmons. Clarke Broughton leaves his smart remarks to Harry Attianese. Judith Carey leaves her singing to Joan Youmatz. Phyllis Carter leaves her typing skill to Wendy Merritt. Samuel Centreala leaves his curly hair to Mr. Healy. Carol Chapman leaves her shyness to Ruth Flotat. Patricia Clark leaves her pleasantness to Charlotte Simmions. Herbert Crunden leaves Gilbert at last! Terry Curcio leaves his efficiency to John Nero. Thomas D'Amore leaves Dramatic Club at last! Peter Dautrich leaves his bowling ability to Bob Sesko. Donald Day leaves Sue unwillingly. Santina Roberta Dayton leaves her height to Joan DiVita. Susan Dayton leaves her day dreams to Jean Dudley. Donna Lee Dickerman leaves to be a nurse. Joseph DiMartino leaves.Janie reluctantly. Geraldine DiNatale leaves her kilt to Miss McGowan. Brian Dunn leaves the chemistry teaching to "Doc". Joyce Duyser leaves her spot outside Room 3 to anybody who wants it. William Dyer leaves "Joan of Arc" to Miss M01'eha1'Clt. Carole Eastman leaves piles of stationery to Gail Hoxie. Paul Falzone leaves Gilbert to his sister Judy. Marie Flotat leaves gladly! Sylvia Flotat leaves French to Miss Stephens. Susanne Foresberg leaves her shape to Skip Travglin. Harry Fox leaves happily. Jan Foster leaves her cologne and blonde hair to Irene Chrznowski. Sheila Garbus leaves her vivaciousness to Gilbert. Georgia Gatto leaves those back roads to on -coming parkers. Judith Geer leaves Carol Soldan to face Gilbert alone. Robert Grazia leaves the "Y" to Joey. Robert Hanley leaves his leadership to Bang Williams. Judith Hayes leaves all her broken hearts to the on coming seniors. Roslyn Hayes leaves her megaphone to next year's captain. Eleanor Henry leaves her pony tail to Maryanne Tyzenski. Jean Herdling leaves her flirtatious ways to Dorrie Ells. Patricia Hunt leaves her sophisticated manner to Deborah Guest. Paula Indomenico leaves her laugh to who ever wants it. Barbara Jackman leaves her red hair to Pat Olson. David Jash leaves with a reminder to never do what you may get out of doing. Fred King leaves faithfully paying class dues to the end. Joyce Kozlowski leaves Gilbert but not Don. Jacquelin Langlois leaves her congenial personality to sister, Lorraine. Karen Lawson leaves Gilbert to Joan to enjoy for another year. Shirley Lawson leaves in her hot Buick. Jane Lemelin leaves her quiet manner to Joan Goulet. Linda Lovely leaves her lady -like ways to Judy Baker. James Lyons leaves still trying to explain that he's all right but the Charles Maccalous leaves chemistry--at last. Roberta Maccalous leaves her jokes to Mr. Pitt. Walter Machowski leaves his crutches to Jon Ryan. world's all wrong Joseph Mangione leaves his basketball ability to anyone who wants it. Anthony Marino leaves his soft OJ voice to Norman Chamberlin. Russell Marino leaves his dancing ability to George Light. Ann Martin leaves her sparkling personality to Kathy Barrett. Fred Marzullo leaves in his "hot" Oldsmobile for parts unknown. George McCannon leaves his talent to Ronny Perkins. Eugene Nalette leaves still joking with the girls. Richard Nalette leaves for Torrington. Bernadino Nanni leaves his algebra to next years unfortunates. Amelia Nero leaves her good taste in clothes to Pat DiVita. Robert Nordland leaves with his pal Harry. Corrine O'Brien leaves her shyness to Terry Leshay. Dennis O'Keefe leaves his good looks and athletic ability to Stevie Margaret O'Neil1 leaves still typing the notices. Daniel Ostapko leaves with a book of trig tables Richard Palmer leaves Mr. Fecto shaking at the rotary. Nancy Peters leaves Gilbert with a smile. Beverly Phelps leaves her red butterflies to Miss Sheldrick. Richard Picard leaves his wardrobe to Jules Bunel. Diane Pulver leaves her drumsticks to Janice Lossin. John Raabe leaves chemistry to the frustrated juniors. Robert Ransford leaves his basketball ability to the bench warmers. Edward Ransom leaves with dust still on his text books. Patricia Rategan leaves with Bobbie -"O". Paul Richards leaves in his red convertible. Zoom! Janice Risedorf leaves her boyfriends to their girlfriends. Carlton Roberts leaves as quietly as he came. James Ruby leaves his good looks to Steve Vaill. Richard Sesko leaves his female admirers to his brother Bob. Linda Seymour leaves her long black hair to Janet Tamminen. Gail Skilton leaves her friendly ways to Michele DlMartino. Richard Smith leaves his quiet manner to Harry Atanneise. Beverly Thomsa leaves chemistry to "Doc". Donald Turgeon leaves. . . and boy is he happy! Lorraine Wald leaves her seat in English to her sister. Kathleen White leaves her sparkling personality to Ellen Barrett. Deanna Williams leaves her coughing spells to Mr. Pitts' class. Gary Williams "hops" away. Laural Ann Woods leaves her good looks to Karen Nichols. Marcia Woodworth leaves her dancing ability to Nancy Williamson. Albert Wright leaves with his halo tucked under his arm. Carolyn Yomnatz leaves to get married. Richard Zimmerman leaves his little brother and sister to Gilbert. Page 94 Mitchell H '31 . E Q Q Q R T I ss WE? fx fggfglrgl NIR 26 , W WW' Cgtzlm ,yi If W ',,hf 1 ly! D WWW l V w.,, "!!'l' " 'I .ull l ? C omplime nts of FAIRCHILD SCREW PRODUCTS 10 White Street Winsted, Conn. M. B. DODD AUTO CORP. Norfolk, Conn. Compliments f M 81 N ?l'OPLlTZ 502 Main Street Winsted. Conn. Compliments of ROSE M. SULLIVAN'S SHOPPE Main Street Winsted, Conn. The College Shop MEYERS Formal Wear Rental 500 Main Street Winsted TH E BOSTON STORE The store that has served Litchfield County with dependable merchandise for over three quart of a century. eI'S PARK PLACE HARDWARE 11 Kr 17 Park Place Winsted, Conn. Moore's Paint, Wallpaper in stock, Keys made, Rental Dept. RIVERSIDE TRUST COMPANY New Hartford Page 97 Compliments of WALLEY'S SHELL SERVICE Norfork, Connecticut Compliments of PETE'S SERVICE STATION Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of THE JEWEL BOX Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOE COMPANY 424 Main Street Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of 3. FRIEND Compliments of TH E WI NSTED HARDWARE MFG. DIV. Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of GUS'S BARBER SHOP Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of DAKIN'S GENERAL STORE West Harland, Connecticut Compliments of OLD RIVERTON INN Compliments of IVERY 81 DUDLEY 74 Main Street Winsted, Conn P 98 Compliments of THE WINSTED HOSIERY COMPANY Winsted, Connecticut School Rings Sz Pins Typewriters, Watches Gifts for all Occasions PETER'S JEWELRY Strand Theatre Building 'L Compliments of DEAN STEVENS HAIRDRESSER Winsted. Connecticut Compliments of Clinton Studio Camera Shop Dial 9-5216 Winsted, Connecticut Best Wishes Compliments of From CITY PHARMACY HART'-AND CONCRETE, 118 Main Street Winsted, Conn COMPANY East Hartland, Connecticut Compliments of YOUNG FASHIONS Ir1fant's and Children's Wear 560 Main St. Winsted, Conn. ge 99 CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1959 THE DANO ELECTRIC COMPANY 97 Main Street Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of TH E KERATEN E COMPANY, INC. 50 Fruit Street Winsted, Connecticut THE WINSTED EVENING CITIZEN Established in 1888 and now in its 72nd year An Associated Press Newspaper Theodore Vaill Publisher and Editor Robert J. ,McCarthy City Editor Page 100 Compliments of Compliments of W. B. DYER COMPANY QNE HQUR Norfolk, Connecticut MARTINIZING Compliments of COLT AND COMPANY 408 Main Street Winsted, Conn. The most in dry cleaning 388 Main Street Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of MOORE 81 ALVORD INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 590 Main Street Winsted, Connecticut A GOOD EDUCATION WILL INSURE YOUR FUTURE SUCCESS Compliments Compliments of of T. S. SKILTON 8- SONS RIISKAS' YELLOW CAB Winsted Connecticut COMPANY Compliments of Winsted, Connecticut VAN'S HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Winsted, Connecticut Q ,,,,,-tw, E. O. PHELPS 81 SONS Artesian Wells Phone: Litchfield JOrdan 7-9514 Winsted FR 9-5965 Bantam, Connecticut Compliments of Compliments of JOE GI LLETTE Winsted, Connecticut Compliments of SCEERY'S ALTANTIC STATION Winsted, Conn. Compliments of LAUNDER EZE SYSTEM soN"C H I EF Winsted Connecticut ELECTRICS, INC. Compliments of Winsted Connecticut COTE'S MARKET Norfolk Connecticut Compliments Qf to the Class of 1959 CLARKS FLORIST Compliments of JOHN E. 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