Glastonbury High School - Reflections / Lantern Yearbook (Glastonbury, CT)

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Ywwwvncmm S g Z Z E is is X946 GLASTONBURY HIGH SCHOOL . Q Q 5 -S Wzifflkk W' C' 6LClfL Frrst Row Mxss Nancy Kennedy Home Makmg Mrs Helen Wxlder Engllsh and Amerrcan Hrstory Mrs Dorothy Henze Home Makmg Mrss Dons Bacon Englrsh Latm and French Mlss Maude Clark Dean of Women Problerrs and World Hxstory Mrss Laura Wood Stenography Mathematrcs and Iumor Busmess Trarmrg Mrss Almeda Kellogg Algebra Plane Geometry Solrd Geometry and Trrgonometry Second Row Albert Endee Prrncrpal Algebra Verre Hartwell Drrector ot Athletrcs Mrs Helen Conrad Typrng Busmess Arrthmetrc and Ofhce Practxce Wendell Hawkms Drrector of Musrc Stacey Thompson Bookkeepmg Mathematrcs Semor Mathematxcs Geography and Sales Arthur Karrott Englxsh Louzs Kuslan Brology Physxcs and Advanced Scrence Mrss Rose Marcrole Englzsh Angelo Antonuccr General Scrence and Crvrcs Llewellyn Turner Agnculture - , . . . 1 , r I . . . . . , r . . izyeckcu fiom X A perfect woman nobly planned And yet a Splflt S1111 and brrqht W1th Sornethmq of anqehc hqht WOHDSWORTH In grateful recoqnmon of her trlendly counsel and encourage ment to our class both as 11'1d1V1dLlG1S and as a group we the Senrors dedrcate the Yearbook of 1946 to Mrs Doqan . .., , f Q To Warn, to comfort, and command: IOAN BADER Asslstant Edttor Busmess Manager LUCILLE MOREIRA IO YL F DOBSON Ass1stant Busmess Managers IANF PURTILL GLENN CALL BOB SEAT School Curncular Board RICHARD DUFFORD LILLIAN SAGLIO DOLORES BORBEAU CAROLYN HAYWARD PATRICIA MARTINYAK HELENE COTE PHYLLIS CLINTON MARIORIE HOLLISTER WILLIAM LEIBLER KATHARINE BUCK BETTY SHERMAN Spec1al Features GENEVIEVE MAIEK WILLIAM PORTER OLIVE PFAU GEORGE PLANK GERALD IOHNSON Sports GEORGE MALINOSKI ANTHONY FORGHETTI GEORGE KOWALSKY HAZEL STINO Photography and Art BARBARA KANE SHIRLEY ZACHES GLORIA TEFFT IOHNI EGAN OLGA SOLARZ Class Edztots LUCILLE MOREIRA IOANNE MORRIS ROSALYN MURPHY EARL DARBY IOAN BADER lumor Sophomore Freshman IOAN CORNISH PEGGY MARTINYAK CAROL GODAR Faculty Advisers ARTHUR W. KAIROTT MRS. CARSON CONRAD CLl"AO0L Editor in Chief L...- Qf' , N351 mm ggi' 'mu 4... in In apprecratron of the mnumerable sacrzlrces of Glastonbury men and women who fought for us rn the battle of freedom and made rt possrble for us to contmue our pursurt ol the rdeals of lrberty cmd happmess we gratefully dedicate fhls page f! 1 ll . 6, x 'J -.ff Q I Y 7 M - V' -1 I ly "A I, U u . I . I U l W ' . A enior Cfdifii Www Pres1dent WILLIAM PORTER V1ce Pre-s1dent GLENN CALL Secretary IOAN BADER Treasurer EDWARD BROWN MOTTO Truth Conquers All COLORS Gold HONOR STUDEN IOAN BADER IANE PURTILL V OLIVE PFAU KATHARIN E BUCK BETTY SHERMAN PHYLLIS CLINTON TS OLGA SOLARZ LUCILLE MOREIRA IOYCE DOBSON MARIORIE HOLLISTER GENEVIEVE MAIEK C701 SCXNOQK Q l:Cl.,kfT'X.XxXn1J'L. Sauna V s ROBERT T. ALTON HBO . 'Ia' ball 2 4 Soccer 4 Semor Play IOZXN BADER loanxe The shone t answer rs domq A l 2 3 4 Dramatm Clubl 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 l Reservesl Lantern 3 4 Ed1lor1nCh1ef 4 DAR Award Class Secretary 3 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Freld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Volle Ball I 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Yearboox Edxtor 1n Chlef Semor Play WILLIS L. BAILEY Goan People who make no noxse are dangerous A A 1 2 3 4 Typlng Club 4 Interclass Basketball l 3 Basket Every man s affazrs however small are xmportant to h1mseIf' AA l 2 3 4 Future Farmersl 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Rural Youth Award 3 lnterclass Basketball 3 4 THOMAS W. BELLINGHAM Tom He is of a very melancholy disposition. Entered Senior Year. A.A. 4' Boy s Glee Club 4. R l HENRY IOSEPH BLACHA "Mike" "There's a time for all things." 1 A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Emergency Squad 3: Basketball 2: Soccer 1, 2, 45 Track lg Interclass Basket- ball l 3' Senior Play. DOLORES l BOURBEAU Butch It IS good to be merry and wrse AA 1 2 3 4 Dramatrc Clubl French Club 4 Treasurer 4 'W' Grrl Reserves 4 Charrman 4 Soccer l 2 3 4 Freld Hockey l 2 3 4 Volley Balll 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Q3 3 4 Varsxty Basketball 4 Yearbook Staff EDWARD H BROWN Edd1e I have Ia1d asrce busmess and gone a lrshmg AA l 2 3 4 B1ologyC1ubl Glee Club 1 2 3 Hobby Club 3 Boys Cookmg Club3 Crchestral 2 3 4 Scrence Club 2 Vxce Pres1dent 2 Typmg Club 4 Treasurer of Class 3 4 Soccer 4 Interclass Basketball 2 3 4 Sernor Play Ee7 KATHERINE P BUCK K T A smrle that delrghts all AA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Dramatr Clubl 4 V1cePres1dent 4 French Club 4 Typmg Club 3 Treasurer 3 Assembly Commrt tee 2 3 Student Councrl 2 Soccerl 2 3 4 Freld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Vo1leyBalll 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Glrls State 3 Yearbook Staff 1 1 11 11 11 . . 1, ' N04 I I I I I I V. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . r, 11 , 11 4 5 I ' - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 ,- 1 . . . .1 L . . .A 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' H. sg , - ' 1 . . 1 - -1 1 1 A, c , , , 227 'ff-'If' 'kj' I I I - 2' F ' .. 1 L ,vs--1 -" Q 11-r.-1-rf A 1 11. 11- 1. ,gm if W IEE! j-1' fl' 71:27 ' 3 -. z-,1 . 4-- 42133 .lf ... - .-1-1.-,.4. . -' .A 1-1,:' f"f ' E .. 5, .... . -1. -1 , -111 -1 11 . - 11 I E . P g . - - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 I I I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u I ' n I I A I I 1 V SOPHIE l BUIKUS Sue There s a good trme commq AA l 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 Homemakmg Clubl 2 Gxrl Re serves3 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Fxeld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Volley Ball 1 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Vars1ty Basketball 4 Basketballl 3 LYLE ARTHUR BUTLER Llmpy A trme to keep szlent or t1me to speak A A 2 3 4 Brg Bus1ness Club 4 GLENN F CALL 1.1-1 Glenn W1se men say nothzng IH dangerous trmes Entered Sophomore Year AA 2 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Presldent 4 H1 Y Club 3 4 Presldent 4 Boy s Cookmq Club 3 Boys State 3 lnterclass Basketball 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff Class V1ce Pres1dent 4 ALMA E CLEMENS 'we Content to follow when we lead the way AA 1 2 3 4 G1rlHeservesl 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Fleld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Volley Ball l 2 3 4 Soccer 11 11 11 1 . . 11 ' ' ' I I I I I I I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I V 2, ,4. 1 5 2 1 fl - In KL ,ax ,, . . . 11 ' Sf- ' ' - -f . I . . 1 -, - - 1 1 1 - 11 .1 ' f ' " 11 . . . . 11 rf 1.4 - 9 1. 1 , - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' in . . . 1 . , , . , 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 I . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 'M HA111 11 1, 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . PHYLLIS HELEN CLINTON Phll What you do strll betters what rs done AA l 2 3 4 Brg Busmess Club 2 Grrl Reserves 2 3 4 Presr dent 3 4 Typmq Club 3 Homemakmq Club 1 F1eld Hockey l 2 Soccer l Basketball 1 Volley Ball 1 Baseball l Yearbook Staff Senror Play IOHN L COFIELL Tar zan He s the very devrl A A 3 4 Mechan1cal Drawmg 3 4 Planes and Radlo 4 Treas squad 3 ELINOR L CONE Butch Thy modesty s a candle to thy ment AA l 2 4 Gxrl Reserves 4 Homemakmg Club 1 2 Glee Clubl 2 Softballl 2 IACQUELINE R CONE lackxe Quzet persons are welcomed everywhere AA 2 3 4 Gul Reserves l 2 4 Grrls Homemakmq Club 1 F1eldHockey2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Soccer2 3 4 urer 4: Interclass Basketball 45 Biology Club 2: Emergency . . , . : ' . , : ' ' ' : HELEN M COTE Helen A light heart lxves long AA l 2 3 4 Class Secretaryl 2 Orchestra 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Gel1fs2 Yearbook Staff Varslty Basketball 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Soccer l 2 3 4 Fleld Hockey 1 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Volley Ball l 2 3 4 EARL F DARBY Darb Trzfles make for perfectron but periectron IS no mile Baseball 1 IOYCE A DOBSON Blondxe Dynamrte comes m small packages Entered second year AA 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 B1g Busr ness Club 2 4 Treasurer 4 Lantern Staff 4 Busmess Manager Yearbook Staff Busrness Manage Soccer 2 4 Basketball 2 F1eld Hockey 2 4 RICHARD M DUFFORD Duff lwant what I want when I want rt A A l 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff Dramatlc Club l 2 4 Lantern Staff 2, 3 Orchestra l 2 Gehis 2 Secretary Treasurer 2 Boys Cookmg Club 3 Basketball 4 Track l Boy s State 3 A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Typing Club 4: lntexclass Basketball l. 2, 3, 4: , ' r: , : 1 ll I ll : . : ' , - 1 " l 1 U . I lOHNl EGAN Who knows but the World may end tonrght AA 1 2 3 4 SCIENCE Club 1 2 Pres1dent2 Class Pres1dent Ma, 1 2 Drarnatlc: Club 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Glee Club 4 B1g Busmess Club 3 4 Pres1der1t4 B1ology Club 2 Presrdent 2 Yearbook Staff 1 A q Qui RENO L FEHRANDO 3 "To be srrnole modest and true AA l 2 3 4, Glee Clubl 2 3, lVlechan1calDraw1nq 3 4 Emergency Squad 3 Broloqy Club 2, Assembly Commlttee 2, Interclass Basketball 3 4 ROBERT W DUSSAULT ob Farr words never hurt the tongue AA l 2 3 4 Scrence Club 2 Secretary Treasurer Glee Club 4 fo Bud CECILlAl EMLRICK Cell School IS what you make t AA l 2 3 4 Homemakmq Club l G1rlReservesl 4 'Reno' TI' IIB rr A lr - ll 2 V ' - - I I I I I ' I -LM, :Inga 135. fri' I", 4 :f-sg4..,'-.,4S' ,r ,s 1 , . "1 , 3. 5' 'I sig , '34, ' iv: 4 'i V l If . n Q II II I - - I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f ,... 5, IX . II . II If II , 5 II I . . . , I I I I I I I I AA l 2 3 4 Student Council l 2 Boys Cooking Club 3 Typin Cl b4 S g u occer 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball4 Cl V ass ice President 2 3 Emergency Squad 3 Yearbook Staff Senior Play UU Qi fm, - MYQEW? BEATBICE FERRY ea Though she be little she be fierce AA l 2 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Softball 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 4 So 2 3 4 Field Hoc 2 3 4 Vars Basketball l 2 3 4 ANTHONY A FORGHETTI Tony Mani his ow 1 star Af IOHN GALLI Moe 'Patience vill achieve more than force A.A. l 2 3 4' Mechanical Drawing 3, 4' Student Council 1' lnterclass Basketball 2 4, "Let all things be done decently and in order." A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, President 45 PPA. l ,,,,. . . r Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Viceepresident 1, 2. Treasurer 45 Class T' ' ' THOMAS l. GRASSO "Tom" 2 3 4' FFA Awa ieasurer l, Emergency Squad 3. lUNE M. HADLEY 4 Salty ' Laugh and the wozld laughs wzth you cry cmd you cry alone AA l 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Glrl Reserves 3 4 Treasurer 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Volleyballl 2 3 4 F1eldHockey1 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 CABOLYN V HAYWARD Coy Vzr ue IS the truest nobrlzty Entered Sophomore Year AA 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Btg Buslness Club 4 Lantern Staff 4 So Cer 4 Softball 4 Yearbook Staff 'T' MAHIOHIE HOLLISTER Margte Whatever s wortlt d mg at all 1 worthy domg well Had1o Club 4 Student Cou crl 3 4 Typrng Club 3 Volleyball 2 3 Soccerl 4 F1eldHoc:keyl Basketballl 2 3 4 Vars y Basketball 2 Yearbook Staff 'Qi' GE E N RALDIPJSHNSO A 8 Busmess tzrst pleasure afterwards 2 3 4 l-l1Y Club 4 Treasurer 4 Typtng Club ,,,,,, Assembly Comm1ttee 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 'Q Manager l Boys Cooktng Club 3 Yearbook Staff ni? 5 ,, , , ,, -C y ...,. 1 , . . : ' , , 'ff : , , , : . , , : ' . , , 1 ,, ' ,, 5 ,Y 5 ..,, 5 Q , , J A 'Q ' : 5 c : : '41 N " 1 t o .a , s ' r 'Q A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 4: Planes and . 5 n ' , " ' : ' ' 33 , : , 1 ' 1 . , , : tt ay . 1 A 1 il A.A, 1, , , , '- 'A , 1 ' 4, 'ay A Style IS the dress of thoughts 1 4 Homemaktnql Glee Club l 2 3 4 Lanter Yearbook Staff MARY IANET ICHNSON an Sxlence IS the vrrtue ot tools Entered 1n Sophomore Year A A 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Typxng Club 3 Lantern 4 Basketball 2 3 SGHIOI Team Manager BARBARA A KANE Bob Always leave them laughznq when you sa aoodbye Entered ID luntor Year A A 3 4 Drarnatlc Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 Fteld Hockey 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Varslty 4 Softball 3 4 GEORGE D KOWALSKY Bobo Laughter IS not at all a bad beqmnmq tor a trtendshtp and rs tor the best endmq for one AA l 2 3 4 Typlng Club 4 Treasurer 4 Lantern 4 Base ball 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Boys lnterclass Team 2 Yearbook Staff PAULNNIE M LaCROIX Zeke AQ J 1 111 11 11 . . . ,, ' 1 1 F1 ' 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , W 1? 374 I Ut?-wfn 1 11 11 Q 11 . 11 A.A1.2.31, . 1.1: rm 4, ' . 11 11 ,, . . . . . 1 . 11 ' 4- I I V I I I - I A ' . 1 1 1 1 1 v 33. 1 . 1 11 I 4 . V1 .. - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 ft WILLIAM IVI. LEIBLER I "Bill" I 'il 5' ' "Answer mem one word." Q' , . AA. I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Assembly Committee 3: l".I'.A. 2, 3, 4 ,W Treasurer 2: Vice-president 4: EEA, Award 4: Soccer 4: Year y 'I I book Staff: Senior Play: Class Basketball 4. 4' y 1,14 J 25 ' .LIZ 552' 2- Q If . It V A -I ,wk ' : f : . ff.: '1"l-V15 5 . I I I 'T to new I t '. K A Q vm .,-', rl! yt .th I. lf: ' 7f3 a'f5Eii CATHERINE H IVIACRI Katxe He that IS ofercautrous wrll accomplrsh l1ttIe AA I 2 3 4 Homemakrnal B1oloqy 2 Dramatrc Clubl 2 Art Club 4 Typmq Cl1.b 3 Lantern 4 Soccer I 2 3 4 Volley Balll 2 3 4 Ereld I-Iockeyl 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Varslty Basketballl 2 3 4 , GENEVIEVE A IVIAIEK 10 Gen Wrt makes zts own welcome and lex els all dzstrnctrons AA I 2 3 4 G1rl Reserves 2 3 4 Bla Busmess Club 3 Soccer I 2 3 4 F1 ld I-lock y l 2 3 Volley Ball I 2 Basket ball I 2 3 Yearbook Staff 49 IVIuzze Let 5 meet and erther do o dre AA I 2 3 4 Assembly Commrtteel Stuae'1tCounc1l2 Boys Cookrnq Club 3 Secre ary 3 Typmq Club 3 4 Presrdent 4 Lantern 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff Senror Play I fi ., , ,Z . . , , , : ' : ' ' 1 ' . : : ' 1 : : . . . . 1 Q . , . , I , , . I f 1 . I I 91 55 i ' ' I, V , , V . . , H 'ls . . , , : L I , , I l E I , , : : 'e 9 ' , . I . J - . . I A 4 3,5253 -TI I ' " 2f'l5"2'f"'Ev ' 1 4 Qcer GEORGE T. IVIALINOSKI gf! 3 A' l H lf' . r I T P- , - , A - - , . 61ml , f ' 4 - , , , , ln.. ., nt , ' . . . ' - ,.,tg f '- : 1 Y : A . : 1 : 132315 I f . . . , , , . f . , 'afrfjiqif A , ' ' 1 341311 ",:: , K I 5 ' , . . , yr 3 ,VA h 'i , 4 - .14 To be great rs to be mrsunderstood AA 1 3 4 Hobby Club 1 Emergency Squad 3 Drarnattc Club 4 Lantern 4 Glee Club 4 Track l By happy alchemy ol mmd she tuzns to pleasure all she lmds l 2 3 4 Homemaklnq Club l Glee Club l 2 3 Dramattc Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 Planes and Radto 4 Lantern 4 Varstty Basketball 1 2 3 4 Volley Ball l 2 3 4 Soccer l 2 3 ttball l 4 Pre I-I ey 1 Yearbook Staff PATRICIA M. MARTINYAK "Pat" 'Virtue is the performance of pleasant actions. A,A. 1 2 3, 4' I-lomemakinq Club 2' Secretary-Treasurer 2' Girl Reserves 4' Biology Club 3' Soccer 1 2 3 4' Field Hockey 1 2 3' Basketball 2' Yearbook Statt. DANIEL GRII FIN MOLI GY Molloy M LUCILLE MOREIRA Lucy Varrety rs the soul ol pleasure AA l 2 3 4 G1rlReservesl Dramattc Clubl 2 3 4 Secre tary 3 Lantern 2 3 4 Asststant Edttor 4 B1ology Club 3 Secre tary 3 Glee Club 4 Soccer 1 2 3 4 Fteld I-Iockeyl 2 Yearbook Stall Sentor Play EVELYN lOANNE MORRIS 1 ls , , , 11' Volley Ball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: LQ., ' 3 l , is AA. , , , , I , , , , Lt, . I ,', ,4, So I ,2,l3,l I ,ld ock fzf sf 42 GEORGEI MULLER IR Sonny So much to do so Izttle done A 1 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Boys Cookmq Club 3 Sc1ence Club 2 Lantern 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Basketball 2 4 Interclass Basketball 1 3 'At BOSALYNE MUBPHX P0519 Do well and zrght and le' the world smk Entered Iumor Year AA 3 4 Soccer 3 4 F1eld Hockey 3 4 Softball 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Vars1ty 3 Volley Ball 3 4 Cheer leader 4 Lantern 4 Yearbook Start 4 Sen1or Play NORLNEF NFLSON Ne There s enougtr t1me tot that AA l 2 3 Cheerleader 3 4 F1eld Hockey l 2 3 4 Socce V 2 3 4 Vars Basketball 1 2 3 4 Sen1or Play Dramat1c Club l 2 3 4 Typmq 3 Art Club 4 G1rl Reserves l OLIVE M PFAU 'Oll1e Iwould I1ve to study and not studv to l1ve AA 1, 2, 3 4, Glee Club 1 2 3 4, Grrl Reserves 2, Typmq Club 3, Orchestra 3, Student Counc1l 1, Assembly Comm1ttee 2, Lantern 4, Yearbook 4, Semor Play . A I I I I . I 'I I : ,' , Eg, A' , , if- it , ' ' z . . , z 1 ., ', : ' y , : 1 g- A I ..,, 5 . : ' 3, A . , , 5 r 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: one-y Ball 1, , , , ity GEORGE W PLANK Plank There s the humor ot rt A A 1 2 3 4 Drarnatlc Club 2 3 4 Typmg Club 3 Yearbook Staff WILLIAM IVI PORTER 45 Q Porter Better to Wear out than rust out AA l 2 3 4 Drarnatlc Club 2 Emergency Squad 3 French -'A' Club 4 Class Presldent 3 4 Yearbook Staff it '47 Let us then be up ana domq W th a heart tor any tat A A l 2 3 4 Lantern 4 Hobb1es Club l Emergency Squad 3 Track l 3 lANL PURTILL cmc Ther up Jcne vac tau Q sur Trea urer 4 S rdent C uncl l 2 S y presrdent 3 Class Txeas urer 2 Ba Busrncss Club 4 V 6r,X9S1ClPl1 Glee Club 4 Assemby Cornmlt ee l 2 Noley Bc ll l 2 3 4 Held Hockey 4 Soc 2 3 4 Baske ball l 2 3 4 Semor Te 4 Varsryl 2 3 4 Sottball l 2 3 4 Grrls State 3 Yearbook Staff EUGENE R RICHARDS -Q. Gene , 1'-X A ' -' nu., V rf .ll I ,Q i n ,, , . J, it . . , , , 1 ' , , : ' : IL AE A ' I gyr, ...U I ""'5 . 5 I at , k ,, -. ' .,'2?g 1q1'jX, in 1 M f A I fp44'!'-'fv-V fll. , . .JN ,- ' " ,Riff t A.A. l, 2, 3, 4g Asststant T1 'Has er 5 N 5 tx .Q o 1 , ,3, 41 'ecretar' 2, 'i, Yxce- ' "5 ' '. g 1 Q Ax' ic -"- . Q I3 5 . l 't .r, 7 ' l 1 , , ' f 1,2.3,: ce1l,', , z 1' , J ' am 1 J ,, A ,, fp ag' U ' ' 1. V n 1 LILLIAN L. SAGLIO "Lee" "All excellent things are as diltlcult as they a1e1a1e." A.A. l 2 3, 4: Drarnatlc Club 3, 44 Typing Club 4' Girl R Y serves l' Basketball 4' Yearbook Staff' Seruor Play, Student Director. MARION A SCOTT Scotty Drlzgence IS the mother oi good fortune AA 2 3 4 G1rlReservesl 2 Homernakrng Club 1 Blg Busx ness Club3 Secretary Soccerl 2 3 4 Volley Balll 2 3 4 Freld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Varslty Basketball 4 ROBERT L SEAT Bob So much zs a man worth as he esteems hrmself Entered Sophomore Year A A 2 3 4 Dramatxc Club 3 Secre tary 3 Mechanlcal Drawmg 3 Emergency Squad 3 Planes and 5? Sen1or Play BETTY H SHERMAN e lt s happy goes as lucky does ns AA l 2 3 4 Glrl Reserves l Bmg Bustnes Club 3 Lantern 4 Glee Club 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Sottballl 2 3 4 Volley Ball l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Varstty Basketball 1 4 Freld Hockeyl 2 3 4 Yearbook Start Z I' 4 , , T , f Q lv! f , ., ,, Radio Club 3: Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3: Yearbook Staff: HB t.. r . . , , , : ' 1 ' ' s : , , . , . ! -'X I ,f K I' K . ,. OLGA E SOLARZ Oe The qutet mmd rs rzcher than a crown AA 1 2 3 4 Gtrl Reserves l 4 Soccer 1 Basketball 1 Softball 1 Volley Ball l Fzeld Hockey l Yearbook Staff I DOROTHYS STEC Dotty There s nothmq lzke gettmg accustomed to a thmq AA 1 2 3 4 Homemakmg Club 1 2 Glrl Reserves 3 F1eld Hockeyl 2 Basketball 3 4 Soccer 2 3 HAZEL V STINO Da1sy She who laughs best today wzll also laugh last AA l 2 3 4 Grrl Reserves l 2 Dramatlc Club l 2 3 4 Cheerleader Manager 4 Soccer l 2 3 4 Softball l 2 Volley Balll 2 3 4 Vars1tyBasketbal1l 2 3 4 Fleld Hockey GLORIA L TEFFT Gor She grves lrght as soon as she r1ses AA 1 2 3 4 Dramcltlc Club l 2 3 4 Glrl Reserves l Typmg Club 3 Yearbook Staff Seruor Play ma .I lu H , . . . If Q ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I Q 5 , I H ,. I, , . . , . ,, I , I , I - I If - '. In . ' I 1' ' xi V W. ,Z I H . ,I ,Q g' H . I, Q . ' . A . - -.,, . I I , I I I I , . , , , , ,3,4. ' I I I I I I I I I 1, 2, 3, 4. Il 1 ll If . . . ,I . . , , I I I I I I I I I - ,, X 'lr .79 1, , , , 'iv AUDREY E. TEVERIS "Audie" "Her courage toes, her friends her truth proclaim." A.A. 1. 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 1, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 25 Homemakinq Club 1: Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey l, 2, 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball l, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.- IANET M TORDONATO an Without music lite would be a mistake AA l 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 G1rlReservesl 2 3 4 Vice 1 pres1dent3 French Club 4 Volley Ball 1 2 Soccer l 2 Field Hockeyl 2 Basketballl 2 Softballl 2 RICHARD lVI WILCOX Dick Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap AA l 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Typmq Club 3 Mechanical Draw mg 3 Track 'F-QM LYDIA A WOLOSZCZUK LY Ihate seriousness AA l 2 3 4 Homemakmq Clubl 2 Gul Reserves 4 Valley Ba l 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Varstty Basketballl 2 3 Soccerl 2 3 4 Field l-lockeyl 2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 111 11 11 1 1 - 1 11 -Q ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I I - in 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 - I li - N f 43 11 1 11 K A 1' 11 A 1 . - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 .""5 I 'Z'- - -"VG ,.. ,ure--ff fli' -an -:r ' .:9q.g.i5x my ..i.x: up-J..'1 .L.'f'. " REL :1.t'11.' . 11 d11 3' 11 - 11 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 - 1'-jg 1 1 . Q: y-1: A 1' ,yi '. SHIRLEY E ZACHFS ,qs 6 Shrrl Arr outward and vrsrble srgn of an mward and spzrrtual grace AA l 2 3 4 Typmg Club 3 4 Held Hockey l Soccerl --9 Yearbook Stafi F155 537119 to the tune Nlarchmg Along Together Marchmg along together We re now leavmg G H S lour school years made bette Each one frlled wrth happmess Now we ao qally forward Headmg stra ght for our goal VVe hate to leave you but we must part To make our way wxth a glorrous start We ll meet a am ln days to come To see hcw rr any therr battles have won Forward and all together, Farewell good old G H S Barbara Kane V' . 1 'U' rl - fr H , , V I U 4 I - ,J . . , , I I I 1' 2 4" I ' A -H,-f' C l r , , i , V . . Q , . x 1 1 . f1'1-,ling 1 3 L ,ga JL . I ...o' -1 -" 1 z: Q 6 X 'r 3 .3-we ' ' "' ' J? 'iw-, fi n h' ' hd, 3-A A C." 5 X gx E S X CLASS' IHIUSLIFCQIEW With great expectancy and awe w started our career as high school students in the September of i942 Our first step in the right direction was our first class meeting At this meeting we cho e our motto TRUTH CONOUERS ALL and our class colors GREEN and GOLD Looktng forward to a year of advancement rn our new world we selected as our leaders President IOHN EGAN Vice President WILLIAM SMALLWOOD Secretary HELEN COTE and Treasurer THOMAS GRASSO Being Freshmen we were in need of advisors They were MISS Mc MAHON MISS PIKE MRS HENZE and MR NOYES The Freshman Party gave us an portunity to meet all of our fellow class mates It will be long remembered by all school career We received the usual ribbing from the upper classmen for our greenness and ignorance and remained a hectic problem to our teachers for a long time Before we realized it th trme came for us to take our final exams a new and strange step for us We came through with flying colors and soon found our selves ready to take the next step in our career We were more at home as we entered our Sophomore year and soon elected our class officers IOHN EGAN our President and HELEN COTE our Secre tary were re elected IANE PURTILL was elected Treasurer and ANTHONY FOR GHETTI Vice President We were sorry to learn that som f our classmates were no longer with us Among the missing were D TRVON E BOCK B BARONAUSKI A BIANCALINI E FRONCAK K NOBLE R SAUM R PATTERSON L STARR L TALLMAN B THOMAS E WEART R WILSON ana B WODAL Some of the boys had en tered the armed forces In order that our parents might better know our s hool and teachers we co operated with the Freshmen in putting on a Parents Night program The theme Progress in Amen a was pesented in tableau form bringing high school art and humor to our oroud parents Wfe presented our Sophom re Hop with a n ght club backg ound for we believed ourselve to be very grown up vouna per le Th soft lights centered spotlght and attra tively arranged tables set the mood for a very suc essful evening THOMAS GRASSO and GILBERT NEL SON display d a sampl I the ability of our class by winning the Connecticut Youth Award in Agriculture given them personally by the G yern r of Connecti cut The end of our second year in GH S our final exams we eagerly looked for ward to returning again to the career we had chosen now heading toward its third year We got off to a good tart in our Iumor year by electing our class offrcers and choosing a ring cornnnttee early in the fall WILLIAM PORTER was elected President ANTHONY FORGHETTI Vice President EDWARD BROWN Treasurer and IOAN BADER Secretary Among the missing this year were R ALLEN W BARIBAULT N BLAZOWSKI M BOYSWORTH A CARTER L DAVIS N BROWN R VAIL W MONACO G MALISAPINA L SANDBURG E SPILL MAN and R VINCI Early in November preparations began for Parents Night with the electron of cr ommittce and tryouts for places in the ast As usual we Jorned with the Seniors and presented a cornbrned lumor Senior Parents Nrght program with a Mississippi show boat background The antrcs and fine singing of the cast were enoyed by all who attended this very successful event After we had returned from Chnstmas Il ' xx X Xml X I - ' , e c i , - ' ' ' ' ' ' Ic , r ' I . I I s 3 , I I I , . I v 'D . O I ' ' 1' r , I , 5 S , , I , : I - I , JP -- 9 J I I i . 5 g , C I . I . 2 , 4 C I A ' . 1 - I 7 . e e o ' ' I I ' I A -. , . op- g .. ,. o ' I o I- of us as one of the high spots of our high came as auickly as the first. Having taken , I , s I ' , , Q . A , V I - I I I I - e o I- I I I w I C I x I I 'I I . I , . C . , I I , . , . f 4, . A I I ' I , . , . , W ' V - , . , . , L . at N ENDEE ft our ea h t h r merrb r o cla WI LIS B ILEY had eued tl' Y uth Aw rd rn Aar c lure In May KATHERINE BUCK a d IANIE PURTILL were ch sen r ther outstana ma ctttzenshtp to at end La r Gtrl Sa GLENN A L a d RICHARD DUEEOR were hos n to attend Boys Stae For our Iuntor Prom tl e auattor um wa rounded by DI h tr 1 1 tc was I nrshed by DON ANTHONYS orchestra The chatrmen of the Prom comm1ttees were Proararn IANE PURTILL Musrc HENRY BLACVIA R Ireshrr nts IOAN BADER and Decorattons RICHARD DUE FORD At last class day arrrved and as we watched the planttna of the Ivy and sana the Ivy Sona we telt a sense ot re spons1b1l1ty toward our school for we w re to be the Sentor next year Then w1th exams ov r we l tt tor our last vaca tron before startmq our tourth and last year at G H S Our vacat1on over we returned to G H S as Sentors w1th h1ah hopes and amb1 t1ons Our class otttcer were Rrestdent WIILIAM PORTER V e Prestdent GLENN CALL Secretary IOAN BADER ard If asurer EDWARD BROWN October was an exctttna n onth tor u We recer Jed our class rrnas alter manv Iona honth of wa1t1n W'e aI o chos BROWN STUDIO as ou phot graphers L ADDINGTON IJ CAVANNA R HOUSE I KILLAM and CILBERT NEL SON w re ro lanaer w th us They had rot r turned atte our vacat1on In Ia uary tt was a pleasure to an u ce that IOAINI BADER was to rec 1ve he DAR Award for outstandrna CIIIZQH htp IANE PURTILL was ch sen as alter ate and PHYLLIS CLINTON recetved honorable ment1cn WILLIAM LEIBLER recerved the Con n ctrcut Youth Award IH Aarrculture Four bcys rn our class nate rece1ved th1s award Our Senror Dance the PAUPER S BALL found us the dtanrtred Senrors dressed m pauper s clothes tn a manner beftttrnq tne state ot our treasury Many of our classmates drsplayed the1r dramattc abrlrty 1n our Senror play en t1 led ONE MAD NIGHT The followtnq cast was chosen tor thrs humorous mys terY EDWARD BROVIN LUCILLE MO REIRA PHYLLIS CLINTON NORENE NELSON OLIVE PFAU WILLIAM LEIB LER HENRY BLACHA GEORGE MALI NOSKI ROSALYN MURPHY GLORIA TEFFT IOAN BADER ANTHONY FOR GHETTI ROBERT SEAT and ROBERT ALTON On our Class Day we planted our Ivy bestde that ot other classes and we left the taslc ot carrytna on the tradttrons and ln ah st ndard e GHS t the Iumors The nrqht nost memorable of all our htah school events came almost too soon A we recerved our d1plomas our key to the future we wondered what the future held rn store for us It saddened ts to real1ze that we could never aaaln be car tree students ot GHS 'Jac 1on I IR. J111, tc, t a an' . e - 1. .fr 1 . ot e 1 e I our ss, L S 1 e r . A , rec ' Q re Connechcut I , ' ' - C Q 1 L1 I . TTC II L 9 5 I I I . . , o fo 1 ' I- 5 ' C ' ' ' ' . t u el C' s' t te. R 1 F' 1 Y. TT 1. ' . KJ L.. A1 LJ , c. .e t . y I ' I e , Y W 1 Y 1- 1 s X , , V . , transtormea IVIIC a 1-eautttut aaraen sur- ' ' 1 c ees. Mts ur- ' ' , , W. 1 , , ' ' V I 1 . l A I ' 4 I I I Y Y . I 1 9 L9 , . . I . I . . A , ' l I I V I e I s ' ' - e , e f ' ' ' r V I I - .. . . ' s , : , I ' ' Ia 1 7 IC, - , , - - I I T ' ' ' .1 . a s ,f . C, o ' . . 1 s. A ' . I T , 'A S I Ii 1 . s , sa e ,L A , " , r O7 -. I 1 w , I - . , , , . A 1 , . , ,. J - . Q . . . I ff X GLASS fhx XXX X IX? WUILIL. We the graduatlng class ol l946 ol Glastonbury Hrgh School havrng success fully completed tour years ol school do therefore ordarn and establrsh thts to be our last Wrll and Testament I Robert Alton leave my Irshrng pole to Karl Brrd wrth the hope that he has as much luck as I had I Ioan Bader leave my peculrar abrlrty to make rntrrgurng laces to Robert Nys trom I Wrllrs Barley leave my truck to Henry Krllam so he wont have to thumb home Frldays I Thomas Bellrngham leave my member shrp card rn the Moreua Fan Club to Davrd Moore who seems to want rt I Henry Blacha leave my wolf glrde to Gus Mayer I Dolores Bourbeau leave my fluency rn French to Rrchard Landry hearts to Loure Hall who has a good start already I Ka henne Buck leave my bubblrng per sonalrty to Irene lvlalecky rn hopes that hers won t become a Irzzle I Sophre Burkus leave a traffrc srgnal to Edward Errcson so that he wont get all tangled up rn some of those tntncate dance routrnes of h1s I Lyle Butler leave my abrlrty to mrnd my own busrness to Ioan Leavrtt Remember Ioan gossrp IS th root of all evrl We Helen Cote and Glenn Call leave our close relatronshrp to Ruth Graham and Huntrngton Wrlltams who d make an ador able parr I Alma Clemens leave my sweet shy look to Ioyce Ratfa Calm down' I Phyllts Cltnton leave my ab1l1ty to grve oral reports to Kenneth Behnke I lohn Cotrell leave peace and quret to Glastonbury I-Irgh I Elrnor Cone leave my drgmty to Mar garet Brshop Enough sard I Iacauelrne Cone leave my shyness to Stephanre Styslo I Earl Darby leave a box of stamps to Rachel Henry so that she can marl those notes to me next year I Ioyce Dobson leave my cuddly ways to Carolyn Prentrce I Rrchard Duttord leave my South Glas tonbury terntory to my brother B111 It you need any pomters I d be glad to help I Robert Dussault leave my wavy locks to Frank Lrebler I lohn Egan leave my dashtng way wrth the grrls to Rrchard Clay A Iarnt heart never won a farr lady We Cecrlra Emenck and Dorothy Stec leave our everlastrng trrendshrp to Conme Serler and Iacquelrne Gurmont I Reno Ferrando leave my smcere frlend I Beatrlce Ferry leave my baby face to Iune Smallwood who keeps her face pretty well covered We Audrey Tevens and Anthony For ghettr leave our good trmes together to Grace Scaglra and Stoddard Wrllrams I Iohn Gallr leave my ab1I1ty to look on the brrght srde ot thrngs to Donald Chap man I Thomas Grasso leave my populanty wrth the weaker sex to Davrd MacCla1n Grve the grrls a break Davy I Iune Hadley leave my brts of gossrp to Trny Curtrs Maybe there are some that you don t know I Carolyn Hayward leave my smooth harrdo to Marrlynn Hadley I Manorre Hallrster leave my grownup attrtude to Frank Talboom Roy Nutt and Rrchard Gardrner so that they ll be an asset to n xt years Semor class I Ianet Iohnson leave my talkatlveness f ft X X N 5 r XA X N - x N I V I ' I Il I I VI - - I I I, Edward Brown, leave my list ot broken liness to Ruth Richardson. , . I , t , - . , I . , I I 9 I I . Beet Dancers Most Dignified Most Changeable Helen John Joan John Lucille Robert Cote Egan Bader Egan Moreira Seat lu-1 Class Cut uos Frlendliest Most Ambitious Niceet smile Hgzel Griffin Helen Reno Phyllis Richard John Katherine Stino Molloy Cote Ferrando Clinton Dufford G5111 BUCK x , 'M . l . 00 1 ' I . E F ,N , 3 A , 1 eg f 4 MOSV P19HS1n8 '9PS0nH11Fy Post Likely To Succeed Beat Mennered uAx Audrey Glenn Pryllis William Joan Glenn TeVeP1S C311 Clinton Porter Bader Call Most Bashtul Olga Lyle Solarz Butler ,,f Most Humorous Glitter Boy, Glamour Girl Genevieve Eugene Cutest M8Jek Richards Pdward Brown, Joyce Dobson 'ost uonceited Best Dressed Most Talented Gloria Robert Barbara John Janet edward Tefft seat Kane Egan Tordonato Brown Class Flirts Class Bluffers Class Athletes Henry Joyce Most Talkative atherlne George dlacha Dooson Janet Johnson Nilliam Porter Macrl Ma11n05k1 Best Looking Lucille Eugene Moreira Richards Moet Pooular Jane Glenn Purtlll Call B t Actrees,Actor Lucille John Aoreira Egan .63 5 X l 1 0 ' 7, 2x V., X . , 3 6 ' B I v A X A ,Mme ffl , A f, ,sea Q W ' " S at -1 f, A ,Q -M 3 , l rf. rf' flu 00 ww L THE CLASS PROPHECY Long years aao rn forty srx We left old G H S And looked ahead to tuture lrves ot fame and happrness We do not lcnow rt all our class has found these thrngs We sought So come and meet them once aqarn and see what trme has brought We ll tour o er all the country Wrth greatest ease and speed To frnd our scattered classmates a day rs all we need Brrght and early rn the mornrng were oft to the new U N O burldrng where we hope to trnd rnlormatron about the class mates trom th presrdent ot the Unrted Natrons Orga rzatr n Wrlllam Porter When we arrrve we are greeted ry hr speoral secretary Marlon Scott who talks to us whrle we wart to see h rn Sh terls us that the l urla ng 1 selt was dream a ur by the aronrtect Rrchard Dullord wtrr h was eatrng a banana splrt Howev r h rnterror 1 very beautrtul thank that up and oomrng decorator Barbara Kane Marron says that because of hrs grtt t gala Lyle Butler h been app rned a Mr Porters ottrcral n outhprece and that another classmate Katharrne Buck has ac reved larrre at the UNO a r drshwasher F ary N are ush rfa nt lengthy conference has teen wrth no other than Edward Brown lt see rs that Eddre has at last broken the bank t Monte Carlo and the government has sent rn an obre tron lNe chat wrth them for a whrle and l rrn that Beatrrce Ferry nurse versea hosrrta as found her che rl adrng experrence helps rn burldrng up her ratrents ma ale Eddr rntorms us that Rrchard Wrlcox has t narry conrrleted hr 1 entron ot a thrrty hour sr el CN tr rn a whrle and tl t Lucxlle Morelra rr w a tanrorr drrtor h achreved her tfrrne hy drscoverrnr tr true bug the oarrrer ot that tatar d se se Takrng lefrr ot our old trrends we head for tho arrpor ' Vrsrt Glastonbury On the way fr prctr re rr the cover of a socrety rnagazrne caches our eye lts Robert Alton who we see has gone far wrth hrs good looks Comfortably seated rn one ot Norene Nelson s fastest arrplanes ot N N s Super Arrlrne we look through the maga zrne tor other tortysrxers Why sure h res a t ur page spread about loan Bader wh rs now happrly marrred and awrrs a rarrch rn Texas We read that her srxtf horse are rnder the excelrerrt care t Thomas Grasso and Wrllls Balley who haxe recerfed therr college d grees for thrs work loan rs prctured entertarnrng Hazel Stmo th top cornedrenne srnce loan Davrs her gag wrrter Gnffm Molloy and George Plank v ho rs appearrng for the eghtytrrst we k lll th Broadway hrt Beautrtul Srlence wrrtten by our own Ianet Iohnson A tew pages further Shu ley Zaches 1 hown modelrng the latest creatron trorrr Sophie Burkus exclusrve have therr lothes made Shrrley s harr do the work t Dolores Bourbeau who specralrzes rn Parrsran arrangements An other artrcle of rnterest rs about George Kowalsky who owns a large trsh and ga'ne hatchery rfr Marne As we turn the page we see a column devoted to Glona Tetlt the number one socrety woman of he year Carolyn Hayward a popular cover grrl now rs also shown durrng a recent party on her yacht Among the elebr tres prosen are Reno Ferrando top adro srnger ot ron antrc ballads and Ger ald Iohnson new master ot ceremonres on lntormatron Please When we land at Nelson Freld we trnd that Phylhs Clmton rs dorng a trne Job as head mefeorologrst there We are very thrrlled by the brass band that greets us as we leave the plane untrl we drs over that the welcome rs not lor us but for the tam I 4 l 2 -I at I ' l 1 - - -1 , I I ' .I . , , , . 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I . l V C 1 , r l - l f ' ous art1st Olga Solarz who has returned to Glastonbury for a rest before startmg her world tour We stop at Franklrns for a coke and fxnd 1t has been bought by Lydra Woloszczuk She tells us that Doro- thy Stec has taken charge of the Bucks Corner gas stat1on and one of the school buse and that Iohn Cohell IS f1re ch1ef of the East Glastonbury FITS Department Many of our old fr1ends are st1ll 1n town we fmd Olxve Pfau s happlly marr1ed to her gentleman farmer who spec1al1zes 1n ra1s1ng the newly d1scovered Martlnyak s apple Th1s 1 the product of our own Patncra Martxnyak famous laboratory techrucxan Cecllla Emenck has opened a ktndergarten and has qu1te a b1t of trouble w1th Cathenne Macns young daughter who would rather play basketball than learn her A BC s Alma Clemens IS the f1rst woman to operate a ferry between Glastonbury and Wethersf1eld and one of her steady customers IS Genevxeve Malek who IS a typ1ng teacher across the land to conduct her own barn danc1ng lasses and Thomas Bellmghasm suppl1es the muslc for her dances w1th h1s cord1an Ehnor Cone has a boomlng bus1 ness 1n Flor1da where she owns and op erates several orange groves After a snack at Iune Hadley s Tea Room located where Curt s used to be and a talk w1th Iacquelme Cone the hostess there we buzz off to see more of the town We drop ln at Iohn Galh s super gas stat1on where what should we see but a calendar w1th Audrey Tevenss p1cture on 1t She has been elected Pep g1rl of l956 and we agree that the Judges knew what they were do1ng A last farewell to all our fnends here and back to Nelson F1eld and on to New York 'Walkmg down Broadway we stop and read a poster advert s1ng that new opera The Ar1stocrat wr1ttenbyW1ll1am Lrebler and starrmg the f1rst lady of the Met Icmet Tordonato Glancmg down 1n the corner of the poster we see 1t was made by Ioanne Moms who has put to good use her tra1n1ng at Modem Slgns On F1fth Avenue who should we meet but Eugene Richards the author of that best seller I May Nlot Always Be R1ght But lm Never Wr ng Gene telrs us that featured at Ram Cty Mus1c l-lat are Helen Cote and her an g1rl orches ra We als learn from h m that lane Purull was at Mad1son Square Garden as rrarager of the Kmne and Tryon basketbatl team and that Paulme l.aCro1x IS be1ng honored at a dlnner for her great work on the Notre Dame fo tball team An ther class mate who has wcn fa e 1n ath et1cs IS George Malmoskr the head coach at Yale Un1vers1ty After leavmg Gene we go to the latest th1ng 1n restaurants for dtnner lt IS owned by Anthony Forghettx who owes h1s success to h1s year 1n the Boys Cookmg Club The l1ghts d1m and 1n the spothght stands MGYIOTIG Holhster s1ng1ng that old tune Hubba hubba hubba ded1cated to her husband When we f1n1sh the Forghettl spec1al we go out 1nto the great Whlle way and head for the town s top nrght club POSIS s Palace managed by our own Rosalyn Murphy George Muller IS the star enterta1ner and 15 makmg qulte here unttl she was spotted by a Hollywood scout We run 1nto Iohn Egan famous press photographer who hopes to catch some shots of the soc1ally elect that con gregate at P0519 s lohn po1nts out some celebrltles who are here 1nclud1ng Robert Seat local playboy who IS escortmg h1s latest m1ll1ona1ress At the corner table are Robert Dussault and Glen Call Bob 15 the creator of a com1c str1p based on h1s h1gh school exper1ences and Glenn has taken Van lohnsons place w1th the bobby soxers Henry Blacha and Earl Darby 1ust walked IH and we learn that SIUCS they have opened the1r nat1onw1de danc1ng school Arthur Murry has had to ret1re to h1s ch1cken farm We are then 1o1ned by I.1ll1cm Sagho 1nternat1onally known as The Eyes who tells us that SC1SI'll1SlS have not yet succeeded 1n the1r search for longer eyelashes than hers A busy and happy even1ng 1S spent meet1ng and greetrng everyone aga1n and rev1v1ng those good old days 1n 1946 lt ends too soon however and we return to our homes w1th a glow for hav1ng seen them aga1n and knowlng that some of them have reached the1r h1gh school amb1t1ons Perhaps these thmgs we ve prophesxed wzll never come to pass But stxll we can wzsh happmess and luck to all our class We do not know who ll be the ones that tame and fortune prcks But all ol us are ncher when we thmlc oi forty szx A , . 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Ev ryone'e Guide Minds At Work Pos1t've Identification A Busy Man The Latest Fasnions www Make Let B Mums fn' sf Frrsf Row S Fellows R Gardmer Pres E Foote V Pres Mlss Bacon Faculty Advrsor M Whlttum Sec D Bourbeau Treas R Forqhettl Second Row R Landry G Mayer I Powers S Maxwell I Tordonato E Howard K Buck W Porter 'IMA C7 A F1rstHow E Errcson Mrss Clark Advrsor F Tcrlboom Pres R Seat D Hollrster Second How K Behnke T Memq R Sweet K Brrd R Porter A044525 CIM F'1rstRow E Rlchards C Macrr A Wnght B Sherman Asst BUSINESS Manager I Dobson Busmess Manager I Bader Ed1tor L Morelra Asst Edltor B Kane S Maxwell I Morns G Malmosln Second Row Mr Kaxrott Faculty Advlsor C Aldrlch I Iohnson B Syphers I Drxsmck I Rernhardt A Forqhettl I MacG1l1vary A Hasbrouck C Hayward R Murphy I Ratcltfte Mrs Conrad Faculty Advlsor Thxrd Row E Erncson N Erlcson I HIQQIDS M Whlttum S Styslo G Kowalsky O Pfau C Foley G Muller A Sweet G Molloy 6'LlfLf8l"lfl F1rstHow I MacG1llvary A Forqhettt G Call Pres Mr Enclee Faculty Advtsor A DeGemm1s V Pres I Purttll Sec M I-lclhster Second How D Dobson Scaqlta D Roser R Henry H Per y E Kulas E Roser T Grasso Treas I Ratclxfte Sginafenf Gonna! qw -1 in v. , i:.T,z7, . ' , Frrst Row L Gamer G Tefit L Sczqllo E Brown G Kowclsky V Pres G Mcxlmowskx Pres Mrs Conrad Faculty Aclvxsor Second Row E Darby A Forgheth P Kumkewxch H Ferry R Alton G Iohnson 5fl9LlfLg A UPCAQJ tl"6L Drums DAVID HOLLISTER V1olm EDWARD BROWN Clcrrmet THOMAS GODAR Plano IOYCE TAYLOR Trumpet LOUIS HALL Prcmo ANITA STEVENSON V1o11n GRACE BIDWELL MR HAWKINS Faculty Advxsor ' . . . . . . , . , . . .- .. . . ., a V .1-n vw--13' . V A V- 'J 514.515 5 ' I f 1 1 1 1 I - 1 Fzrst How Mr Turner Faculty Advlsor W Lrebler T Grasso V Pres G Call Pres H W1ll1ams Sec G Iohnson Tre-as S W1lllGmS L Myers F1rstRow R Dussault F Gmammette R Nutt Mr Antonuccl Faculty AGVISOI E CUYIDI P Barker I Gall: Second Row E Enckson H Gardmer I Colrell H Ferry R Ferrando I Egan P Kumkewlch CACl,lflLC6L! BPCLWLVL Second Row:lE, Klllasl T. Godalr, C. Macljonald, F. l.ielaler, D.'Roser. L - F1rstHow Mlss Bacon Faculty Advxsor O Plau L Sagllo G Teflt C Radwlck Sec I Egan Pres K Buck V Pres I Morns Treas L Moreno I Iohnson I Bader Mrs Wllder Faculty Advlsor LaCrolx C Bellmgham I Raffa G Scaqlla M B1shop I Leavltt A Alexander S Carl M Martmyak Thud How R Porter F Smlth D Hayward E Rtchards G Plank G Molloy E Hlqgms T Bellmqham D Seller C Bader D Russell D Dobson Fourth Row H Wmters H Wxllxams R Nystrom S Wllllams R Gardmer H Duflord PIL WL CL fLC Second Row: I. Muller, 'N. Nelson, M Hadley, D. Scaqlia, I. Scaqlia, E. Foote, V. Kocum, P F1rstRow H Whaples R Henry D Demar V Pres Mr Antonuccx Faculty AdVlSOT F Smith Pres A Bernardx Treas R Bernardr Second Row K Behnke R Sweet C Bader R Shxbles E Behrendt R Clay F Prell T Memg R Vrele CLQVLCQ First Row Mr Kuslan Faculty Advxsor I Raffa I Seelye Pres M Martmyak Sec A Randall Treas S Carl V Pres M Hollxster A Alexander Second Row P Rxchardson W Raftery T Godar I Taylor A Veglard R Landry N Bantly M Bourbeau I Boysworth Third How R Holmes R Darlmg G Mayer B Dennler go Ogg P1rstHow Mr Kuslcm Fuculiy Advlsor R Vxele R Holmes I Moms Reporter G Mayer V Pres Second Row F Preh G Twcrkms K Bud R Vlolette R Fugnom W Trymbuluk R Smrth T Memg H Whcxples Third Row I Lawley B Lathrop R Slubles T Leenders E Humn C Bunker R Landry R Quendo I Boysworlh M Bourbecxu pf6LlfL8:5 QVLJ QCLCLO ' Ligjkff . . V . 52.33 E. Erlcsorl, Pres.: Coliell. Trees.: lllelsonz Sec.: R. Seal, F. Tollnoom, M. liollister, Si P5110-A' l C M Frrst Row L Lcmerr I Tordoncto D Bourbecru R Forghettr Sec P Clmlon Pres Mrss Kellogg Faculty Advrsor I Hadley Trecs I Drusmck V Pres I lVIczcG1llvc1ry H Kohut D Werr I Wrrsley Bronzr G Coll C Call A Broun C Prentrce Thzrd Row I Noscxl S Bulkus C Emerrclr D Stec R Kocum P Mcxrtmyck G Mcuek L Wolosczcuk H Tryon A Ferry lVl Rrchurds S Eldridge l Zesut R Welr Q 815614185 Second Howl A, Clemens, L. Trepp, lVI. Scheno, E. Cone, I. Cone, I. Hemp, A. Cofiell, L. Zurcher, M Ll' Q '?5""'W F1rstHow Mlss Kennedy Faculty Advxsor E Carlm F Gondek R Buckley P Barker D Moore P Kumkewlch A DeGemm1s Pres Mrs Henze Faculty Advrsor 0:fS70LlfLg F1rstHow Mr Turner Faculty Advxsor W Tryon Reporter D Prem Sec W Le1bler V Pres W Balley Pres T Grosso Treas Second How W Shenstone D Moore R Vlolette R Czorneckl W Tallman A Lxttle C Mac Donala E Haaqensen Thlrd How H Ktllam R Smith D MacClam H Stmo H Wexr L Letbler D Chapman R Clark W Hunt Q-' C- Cfllft flfLl"Q CL l"WL8l":5 , . C9 y UL s , ' - ' lxl it A A . . ' f xr. I ,y A L l it f 'L A: 1 'Y F . -b L CM F1rstRow Mrs Henze Faculty Advlsor W Wodal M Bmshop Pres M Darby Sec Treas C Godar V Pres I Smecly L Lanerr Mxss Kennedy Faculty Aclvrsor Second How I Bergstrom L Piau F Prelr E MGCk19 S Styslo C Splllmann A Stevenson F OVVLQWLCL LVL? 6 A F1rstHow Mrs Henze Faculty Advxsor C Macrr A Sweet V Pres D Scaqlra Sec Treas A Pagllughl A Wrlqht Pres N Nelson Mxss Kennedy Faculty Advrsor Second Row A Randall C Prentlce I Taylor L Syphers E Roser M Whlttum R Wexr I Ratclrffe B Syphers Third Row R Vrotette I Lawley W Tallman E Errcson My CM Tryon, lrIalun,P.Wodal. I I I I I I I I 1 I I for SENIOR PLAY CAST O Pfau H Blocho G Tefft W Lelbler R Alton R Sect R Murphy I Bader N Nelson P Clmton L Morerro E Brown A Forghem L Saqlro G Malmoskx :Une maj Mghl H Don Cutter Lucllle Marcy Wmq Lady Macbeth Mr Hyde Iohn Alden Prlscllla Gertrude Mrs T Ashmgto Dr Bunn Artemrs Burke Depresslon Mrs Kluck S11etto Student Dxrector Faculty Advrsor n F1nch CAST Edward Brown Lucllle Morerra Anthony Forghettl Glona Tefft Wrllram Le1b1er Henry Blacha Ollve Pfau Rosalyn Murphy Ioan Bader Robert Seat Robert Alton Norene Nelson Phyllrs Chnton George Malmoskl L1l11an Sagho Mr Kcurott F1rstHow I Burke D Dobson R Emerxck G Muller P Rrchardson H Blacha Mr Hawkms Faculty Advrsor R Dussault I Eqan T Bellmgham G Molloy W Rafferty R Nystrom Second Row R Porter C Georgxades C Bader D Gondek R Vrolette G Darby E Behrendt I Lawley R Blazawsk1 D Demar A Bona W Tallman L Hall F Talboom Th1rdRow K Behnke S Morway D Sexler D Roser S Wrllrams W Dufiord H Wert R Clay T Leenders A Lrttle D Hollrster D Hayward R Nutt 075 LQ DL Fxrst How A Stevenson I Taylor G DeGemm1s C Kallonrates O Piau I Tordonato I Bader B Kane Mr Hawkms Faculty Advlsor I Moms K Buck M Hollxster I Wrrsley C Rad wxck C Hayward P La Croxx Second Row E Schlche M Kmqsland EI Andryzxclr I Brenza R Schxche M Locke F Drus Ahearn A McPherson A Froncak L Hobbre L Trepp A Vxegard Third Row B Morgan I Taylor D Marone I Gurmont B Gondek I Hadley I Gulmont D Berrutr H Cote G Call A Forqhettr A Cohell I Remp I Bergstrom L Pfau I Rexnhardt D Scaglra I Hafla I Leavxtt Fourth Row E Howard B Mcmnmg I Tyrol C Bellmqham M McPherson E McKean R Graham S Maxwell R Henry I Scaglra D Wexr M Schena L Zurcher I Purtrll B Sherman E Polmtck M Westerqom I Nelson M Scott gm f fl backy, Irladley, Ii Dobson, L. Moreivra, C. Aldrich: I. Iohneon: N. Brown. Smalllwood, A 88 lfl, N-1-S , , ,- W3 4' Rhian- -fi SPORTS We Www fi' vnlinrll' """"'!'Q' 5 - " K... gx f 1. ,WWW f 4' -- -- 4- ant... 4,5 4 4- WWMM i 2 vw Wwe? .G lfl,l'Ll,0I" 61,55 EDWARD ERICSON Preszdent PETER KUNIKEWICH V1cePres1dent IOAN CORNISH Secretary PINA CANAPARI Treasurer COLORS Red and Sllver MOTTO Always Strxve To Do The Best Th1s year the Iunrors began the new term wlth the electron of class offx cers Later 1n the year the class chose the1r class IIDQS The Iun1orSemor Sen1ors It was a rnght of excellent entertalnment long to be remembered The Iumor Prom held rn May was a glonous affair One of the most enjoyable 'unctxons of the year lt showed the ongmallty of the class The Iumors have had an eventful year and are looklng to the1r next the last hopefully Parents'-Night was a big success, thanks to the many cooperative Iuniors and xgzp 0l'l'L0l"6 Kfdjj THOMAS GODAR President RAYMOND ADDINGTON V1cePres1dent MARGARET MARTINYAK Secretary MARIE DARBY Treasurer COLORS Blue and Gold MOTTO It Is Never Too Late To Look Ahead This was a very active year for the Sophomores Among our many able and successful affair Our dance was centered around cr clock theme wxth decorations of blue and gold Refreshments and entertain ment also helped to make 1t a great success The Freshmen and Sophomores worked together to present an enjoyable program for the annual Parents Night activities, the Sophomore Hop, held on March l, was a very enjoy- JP85 WL6'lfl'L 0155 DANIEL HAYWARD Presrdent ANITA STEVENSON V1cePres1dent CAROL GODAR Secretary RALPH SWEET Treasurer COLORS Green and S11ver MOTTO Forward Ever Backward Never The Freshman Class has started off very well both scholastlcally and athletrcally Many of the students have parucrpated 1n sports throughout the year and have kept hrgh standards 1n thelr studles The most outstandmg event of the year was a very successful Freshman Party whxch was sponsored by the Student COLlI1C1l An other rmportant event was the Freshman Sophomore Parents N1ght at whlch the parents were enterta1ned by members of both classes Slnce th1s has been such a successful year the class hopes for an equally successful Sophomore year N Nelson I Cormsh R Murphy A Tevens I Hcxtclxfie B Ferry C Seller C QQVLCLCJQPJ 'SWCPQTS W Qu - 1, - LJ ' 7 1 -L. -L. - 1, gg, 5 X ? 3' vf' 7 Frist Row I Bemer G Muller E Ruff G Kowalsky A DeGemm1s C Monaco A Forqhettl G Malmoskr P Rlchardson D Moore H Blacha Second How Vene Hartwell Coach E Encson I Hrgqms W Lerbler D Gondek F Gondek G Iohnson E Brown H Stmo R Emerrck A Sweet P Kumkewrch Third How W Duftord R Clark I Hollrster L Gamer D Demar E Behrendt R Alton B Lathrop F Smlth D Dobson D Hayward OCCQI' The 1945 soccer team proved to be very strong and aggresslve Desprte tts loses the team never gave up hghtlng The vet erans from last year were Forghettr Ma l1nosk1 Kowalsky Smallwood Moore Bemer Ruff DeGemm1s and Muller Our efhcrent manager was Peter Kun1kew1ch Glastonbury s f1ISl game of the season at Bloomfreld ended w1th a one to one t1e Forghetu scored for G H S G H S next defeated Wmdsor 2 0 on rts home fxeld Rrchardson and Dxckmson scored a pornt each for G H S At Wethersfleld the team was defeated by very strong oppos1t1on The score was 4 2 w1th Gondek and Dlcklnson sco mg G H S then traveled to Portland for the second w1n of the season Score 2 l Bemer and Mahnoskr scored The hfth game played wrth Bloomfreld ended 1n a scoreless t1e Both of Glaston bury s fullbacks Kowalsky and Ruff played a br1l11ant game Our boys aga1n engaged the Wmdsor team 1n a game whlch resulted ln another scoreless t1e Our next game was wrth Wethersheld, QCLIWL our tradrtlonal nval from across the r1ver Although the halfbacks and fullbacks played good ball and Forghettr scored a goal for G H S the team lost a close game wrth a score of 2 1 the thrrd defeat of the season w1th a score of 3 2 Gondek and DeGemm1s scored for G H S The team was unable to break the Ells worth undefeated record and thls game ended rn a 2 l defeat Muller scored for G H S The team then lost to Newrngton on our local held wlth a frnal score of 2 1 Wxth G H S back on rts feet the hooters defeated Portland on our local held wlth a score of 4 2 Forghettl scored two goals DeGemm1s and Bemer scored one each For our last game of the season Glas tonbury was held to a 22 t1e w1th Ells worth The season ended w1th three v1ctor1es four t1es and hve loses Although Glas tonbury dldnt have an undefeated sea son they fought hard and we re proud of them , , ' , . The game with Newington resulted in F1rstRow E Ruff I Bemer G Iohnson G Kowalsky G Mahnoskl R Seat A DeGemrn1s E Canm Second Row Vene Hartwell Coach A Paglxughx P Parker A Iesuolt D Roser H Wenr R Bunker L Myers R Buckly R Nutt H Wxnters Third Row P Kumckwxch W Hunt D Seller R Shlbles E EIICSOH Meyers F Smlth A Bernard: Fourth Row C MacDonald W Duftord D Demar R Clay I Cohell Bader D Prelr me aj 1 46 I Hrggms D Gondek G I Lawley R Bemardx C At the tlme th1s artlcle was wntten the baseball gxnmng It IS expected that a we1ltra1ned group w11l game The lettermen who returned to our team th1s Mahnoskl A1 Iesuolt Leaky Ruff Bob Seat and Bobo Kowalsky W1th these lettermen and many other capable prospects the forthcommg season should be a happy and successful one for the blue and wh1tes Apnl Aprll Aprxl May May May 10 Woodrow Wrlson Woodrow W11son Wethersfleld Bloomheld Portland Wethersheld SCHEDULE Away Home Away Away Home Home May May May May May Newmgton Wmdsor Portland Bloomheld N ewlngton ff? A - Q A ' lB ' 17 ' ' 23 ' 21 ' ' 26 ' 24 3 ' 28 ' 7 31 ' season was just be turn out for the fust year were Muzzy Away Away Away Home Home First Row G Kowalsky H Stmo E Ruff I Bemer A DeGemm1s G Malmoskr A Forghettr D Moore R Seat G Iohnson P Rrchardson A Iezourt Second Row Verne Hartwell Coach D Demar D Gondek R Emenck I Hrggms R Alton R Dufford F Gondek E Errcson L Gamer F Smnth F Talboom R Nutt Manager Thrrd Row D Dobson C Monaco D Roser W Dufford H Wexr H Wmters R Bunker B Lathrop F Letbler D Hayward E Dlckau Z?CL.'5L9tAClf!f jam The basketball season once more started lts annual qrmd w1th the candr dates reportmg to Coach Hartwell Al though the prospects for a successful sea son were good our qulntet won only IIVS of 1ts slxteen games Among the boys re portmg we saw the famlhar faces of George Malrnoskr Dav1d Moore Ioseph Beamer Alfred DeGemm1s and Edward R In the f1rst game of the season a prac t1ce game agarnst Moodus Mal1nosk1 and Moore played guard Ruff was at center and Bemer and DeGemm1s were the for wards The team was vlctonous w1th a score of 58 33 Mahnoskx w1th 18 pomts and DeGemm1s w1th 9 were the h1gh scorers Next the varslty encountered Newmgton and was defeated by three pomts 32 to 29 Bemer w1th 10 pomts and DeGemm1s w1th 9 were h1gh scorers Glastonbury next traveled to Wmdsor only to be set back by a scrappy Wmdsor team to the tune of 40 to 32 Bemer col lected 14 pomts wh1le MGl1HOSkl got 10 W1th the hope of enter ng 1nto the w1n mng column Glastonbury went to Port land only to be defeated 27 to 26 Malm osla led both teams w1th 14 pomts Wethersheld was next and lh1S game had one of the lowest scored quarters played At the end of the fxrst quarter the score was two to one 1n favor of Glaston bury but Wethersheld came back strong ln the remammg quarters to w1n 32 to 17 Huff was h1gh scorer w1th 8 po1nts A strong Bloornheld f1ve came to Glas tonbury and scored a 39 to 27 v1ctory Mal1nosk1 got 10 pomts W1th the Lme up shlfted MGl1nOSk1 at center Ruff at guard and Moore at for ward posltron Glastonbury defeated a strong Alumn1 team 35 to 26 Bemer and Moore were h1gh scorers Wethersfreld came to Glastonbury for nts second contest and played cz stubborn Glastonbury IIVS Tra1l1ng at the half Wethersfreld came back strong to w1n 32 to 31 Bemer w1th 13 pomts and Ruff w1th 10 were h1gh scorers Wmdsor came to Glastonbury to defeat the Glastonbury frve 17 to 14 Th1s was the lowest scored game of the season Glastonbury next traveled to Newmgton and was defeated 1n an overtrme game 30 to 29 Bemer and DeGemm1s were h1gh scorers whrle F orghett1 and Ruff were out stand1ng rn the guard POSIIIOR In our next game whrch was at Bloom fleld we were defeated 52 to 31 Srmsbury came to Glastonbury and was defeated 46 to 12 Th1s was Glastonbury s frrst league v1ctory Wtth Mal1nosk1 scor 1ng 14 pomts and Moore ll Glastonbury led throughout Forghettl Ruff and De Gemm1s were good on the defense Portland was Glastonbury s next v1ct1m th1s bemg our second strcnght v1ctory Th1s was one of the best games of the sea son as Glastonbury drove ahead 1n the last quarter and won by a score of 45 to 30 Mal1nosk1 w1th 18 polnts and Bemer w1th 10 were h1gh scorers In our next two games we were de feated by Slmsbury and Wmdsor Locks This concluded the season W1th four frrst team men returrung Glastonbury should have a good season next year Those returmng are DeGem mrs Moore Ruff and Bemer The regulars lost because of graduatron are Forghettr Kowalsky Seat Iohnson and Mal1nosk1 Our second team totaled a record of 6 v1ctor1es agamst 8 defeats 1 - . . 1 - 1 - - I 1 . . 1 . 1 - 1 . 1 - 1 - . . 1 - . . . . 1 - 1 - 1 . 1 - 1 . 1 . 1 A - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 - . - 1 I . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . . - ' 1 , . , . 1 . - A 1 ' 1 , . 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 - - 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 , ' . 1 wg' Saorfa The glrls ln thls group represent the sports of G H S for the year 1946 The sports mclude soccer basketball held hockey volley ball and soft ball The teams were unable to complete the soccer and freld hockey games this year but everyone who partlcrpated enjoyed 1t very much The Senror grrlssy organlzed a varsrty basketball team to play outsrde hlgh schools They won the game aqamst the Alumm Grrls Team by a very close score The Fresh man Class came forth wrth a team whrch showed promrse of belng great Wrth the example that the lunxors and Sophomores dxsplayed th1s year we can be sure that they all w1l1 succeed Sportsmanshrp and cooperatlon among all the g1rls helped to make 1948 asuccesstul year , A X--rn,-WT ' fsrwibt I I , 1 - , . . . . . , I H 1. 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LN-,ag HH. xx ml Us XIIJNI v11l'LIl,xR fm-I'l.iisrixx'l,i lwllcnx QUIET throuah CELOTEX ACQUSTICAL PRQDUCTS lS now wlthm the means ot every busmess large or small WGCD PARTITIONS and STEEL WALL PANELING For complete mtormatlon about how ACCUSTICAL TREATMENT REDUCES NQISE call THE C A BADER CGMPANY 10 C11nton Street Tel 7 7214 Hartford Conn Distributors tor MARTIN-PARRY STEEL and COMPLIMENTS I The Wllllams Bros Sllver Co Glastonbury Connect1cut MANUFACTURERS f Ieeps D1str1butors Cars W111ys of Hartford Inc 685 Conn Blvd East Hartford CONGRATULA IONS TO THE CLASS OF 46 FOR THEIR FULFILLIVIENT OF THEIR EDUCATION AND OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR MORE AND MORE ACHIEVEMENTS FOR THEIR FUTURE Trucks Statxon Wagons SILVER PLATED FLATXNARE Compliments of 0008 LllfLQlf'6L OWLQ5 FRANK H ROBACKER East Hartford Gtcrstorburv 2859 Mctm Stre t Gtustorbu y Ph 3355 tt M L GONDEK Ownelr - Director Main Package Store one Permi ee . . COMPLIMENTS of THE MATSON MILLS INC South Olostonbury Conn MANUFACTURERS OF omcm A ear EOR PLEASURE SOCIAL OR BUSINESS MEETINGS Keep the crowd together C owlfer 6L vw Our trovel specrohsts com ossrst you m pIonr11r1q your trlp cmd Home rotes most reorsonoble for sofe comfort oble trcmsportotlorm TI-IE CONNECTICUT COMPANY HARTFORD CONNECTICUT I 1 X ' I A X ' 1: 7 !MA20LrL,f Ar mah ana! wifi 7, A COMPLIMENTS DWIGHT E WEIR HEADQUARTERS FOR Flshmg Shootlng Archery Cumpmg and Bocmng Equlprnent Tenrus Rackets Golf Clubs CLAPP AND TREAT Inc 4 AMERICAN Row HARTFORD COMPLIMENTS of H. L TILLEY SANITATION SERVICE Phone 520 Comphments GLASTONBURY BEAUTY SALON 42 HERRQN AVENUE GLASTONBURY, CONN Telephone 2773 of U ' Baseballs, Gloves, etc. O of COMPLIMENTS of MELODY S GARAGE COMPLIMENTS of THE GLASTONBURY BIKE SHOP THE LITTLE SHOP 50 HEBRON AVENUE GLASTONBURY CONNECTICUT WARREN H POST COMPLIMENTS W B O S S U N G 87M E tH ti d I of ' St t Under the Management of Gm ree , as or or FAMILY SERVICE LAUNDRY PRELI S SUPER MARKET GVQ 29 HEBRON AVENUE T 1 5 I ohn L Prel1 :S Co nc W C1 f 1946 VILLA MARIA SOUTH GLASTONBURY CONN HAYDENS SODA SHOP Compliments ol Groceries, Meats e etables Dulcmy Frosted Foods e . 41 . ' .. I . Best ishes to the Compliments ass o of RICHARDS HARDWARE CO INC SPORTING GOODS GLASTONBURY CONN Telephone 2077 cnq Cgdforzsl FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS TEL 63181 Glast Enterprrse 1080 Corner of Market HARTFORD CONN We Telegraph Flowers COMPLIMEN TS oi KITTY S KITCHEN Speclahzmq rn HOME COOKED MEALS 631 NEW LONDON TURNPIKE Tel 3233 Pay your obl1qat1or1s by check A book of 10 checks costs S1 OO No other charges THE GLASTONBURY BANK 6 TRUST COMPANY Trusts adrrunrstered 51 Estates settled DLT 0 2342 MAIN STREET 104 TEMPLE STREET COMPLIMEN TS of CONSOLIDATED CIGAR CORPORATION II E ,. I ullu BRUSHES EOR EVERY PURPOSE PERSONAL HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIAL THE FULLER BRUSH COMPANY HARTFORD 3 CONNECTICUT 18 ASYLUM STREET Phone 2 3870 Comphments CLINTON IRON WORKS Inc Phone 8 4111 FIRE' ESCAPES AND MISCELLANEOUS IRON WORK OF EI hY DESCRIPTION Learn To Drlve Thru Dual Tmffzc Controlled STATE HEALTH BOWLING BLDG 111 STATE STREET HARTFORD Tel 6 2368 Room 4 IULLIOI FOCHI Propnetot of . at EAST HARIFFORD B1LL's AUTO scHooL COMPLIMENTS Compliments of Glastonbury T1re and Battery Servlce 183 Hebron Avenue W B Telephone 2619 L Gosehn M Cunopon owners GLASTONBURY THEATER Your Theater 3 CHANGES OF PROGRAM WEEKLY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MOVIES ARE YOUR BEST ENTERTAINMENT Comphments of C E RISLEY MILK and CREAM of ' O C . I l BUCKLEY :S CAMP JOHN SNYDER S M ARKET PORTRAITS STUDIO P 2096 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS of of ZAHCEK BEDS A FRIEND Compliments Compliments of of hone House Wmng Hepazrs FRED T HILL ELECTRICAL LONTPAC cmd FIX URES 259 Wauliu Avenue Tel Hartf Q 80335 WILLIAM H MINO MOVING 6 STORAGE Smce IQI4 COMPLIMENTS FRIEND Comphments of PHELPS COAL GLASTONBURY Telephone 413 F HOWARD CARRIER INSURANCE 122 Naubuc Avenue Glastonbury Conn Phones 525 2124 I C RICHARDS SERVICE STPTION Goodyear Tues Exxde Battenes Telephone 2062 South Glastonbury gl Comphments of HERMAN ROSER 6- SONS, Inc. GLASTONBURY, CONNECTICUT Genume P1qskm Leather COMPLIMENTS of KINNE 6 TRYON F . TOR ' T E I 3 I East Hartford, Conn. of I . 0 J S FRANK S SHOE REBUILDING GLASTONBURY CO pl t f W C DOUGLAS IF IN THE FUTURE YOU CHOOSE TO HOAM Se M ILL SELL YOU A MOBILE HOME DAVID L MOORE TRAILERS Cox s Servlce Stcxhon zoo MAIN STREET E HARTFORD CONN BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 46 FRANKLIN PHARMACY HOCKANUM ICE GIS OLD COLONY COMPANY EtG11bY I L CARL S GARAGE HOLMES AUTO wnzcxna ssnvrcs Compliment of m imen s o Compliments Of e e Church Corners, East Hartford HIGHS' 88951 CO. "Wh re You Meet Your Friends" Complim n of Compliments of Os Os on ur LANERI S GARAGE Ford Sales ci Servrce Towmg and General Reparrmq Body Work and Pamtmg New London So Glastonbury Turnprke Phone 2225 Comphments ot IOE S SERVICE STATION Glastonbury Conn 2958 Main Street Most Radzos reparred m one day BILL S RGd1O 6 Appllances SALES 5 SERVICE Tel 3243 Hadtos Record Players Vacuum Cleaners Refrzqerators Ranges ec '74 Hebron Avenue In theatre Bldg Modern S1gn and Decoratmg Servrce Szqns of All K1nds Trucks Lettered 122 Naubuc Avenue Phone 879 Compltments ot I MARTINYAK G BRO Compllments of PAULS BARBER SHOP SOUTH GLASTONBURY W F KEENE Keene s Sportshop SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS Servrce to Teams and Clubs Our Speczalty 226 Asylum Street Hartford Conn Comphments of PRELI 61 SPENCER I . I I . ' , , House Painting f . I W. . . U I L I ,, AMERICAN CLEANERS Tallonnq and Shoe Repcnnng CHere to serve Glastonburyl 2341 MAIN STREET COMPLIMENTS ROARING BROOK TAVERN South Glastonbury Compllments TONY BLACHA Angelo Daqha Stephen Lanata Glastonbury Plumbmg 6 Heahnq Co General Iobbmg FURNACES CLEANED by VACUUM Telephones 106 Sprmq Street 258 2664 Glastonbury Conn Comphments of KEMP S STORE BUCKINGHAM Comphments of MONACO 6- SONS Headquarters for RECAPPING and VULCANIZING COMPLIMENTS of TRYON S DAIRY Comp11ments of TONY S BARBER SHOP of of Plumbing - Heating - 2 Y- , . PAPERHANGING d by sf FRANK E GONDEK PAINTING fs DECORATING 1 h 2066 79 H GLASTONBURY DRUG COMPANY M R q SOUTH GLASTONBURY LEON O HOUSE MAIN STREET GLASTONBURY CONNECTICUT 1 h 2090 THE GLASTONBURY TAILOR LAURA HALE GORTON 2289 MAIN STREET GLASTONBURY ANDY S BARBER SHOP COMPLIMENTS of OTH HUGH S O LAWRENCE G SONS I. L. CAMP GROCERY OPTOMETRIST Complrments ot Paper Remove eamer Iohn E. ilardo, e . Pharm. Te ep one arris Street Glastonbury, Conn, . Compliments ot General Merchandise Te ep one Real Estate and Insurance Compliments of Phone 501 C pl' t f Compliments of FRANK CANIONE'S RESTAURANT Glastonbury Department Store The Place for Better Values Men's, Women's and Chi1dren's Clothing Sold at Low Prices 2108 MAIN STREET Moiud Hosiery We Carr Hanes Underwear GLASTONBURY Szfndial Shoes Located at Station 35 Open Evenings Comphmems Comphrnents of of PAGAN O S MILTON CUTLER EAT AT THE Comphments of GLASTONBURY DINER CAPITOL CITY LUMBER Statlon 35 We Serve Only the Best of Foods Tlns book was prf iucod by Sornc J Photo lttnograpny SPAULDING MOSS COMPANY 42 Franklm Street Boston Massachusetts I U H . .E . ,K . ,f F I 7 A . 1 f


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