Goodwin Technical High School - Gladiator Yearbook (New Britain, CT)
- Class of 1958
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As you travel o'er life's path-
ways, may these pages furnish cher-
ished memories you will want to
recall. May the spirit of Goodwin, its
activities, staff members and many
friends, reflect years well spent.
We are proud to have played a
part in the school life of Goodwin.
Senior Class Officers
LEFT to RIGHT Mane Dumas Secretary Anthony M C3CC1 Treasurer Frank Pelhgnn Vrce Pres dent
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To Mrs. Helen Rawlings, whose courage, am-
bition and willingness to give of herself to education
and her love in doing it, have inspired the students
of Goodwin Tech for thirteen enjoyable years, we
are happy to dedicate this book. We leave to her
our fondest memories and deepest gratitude.
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Board of Publication
Admlnlstratlon and Faculty
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SITTING, Left to Right: John Sikorowicz, Albert Balles
ter, Noel Dery, Marie Dumas, Karen Gleick, Robert Ma
lone. STANDING: Anthony Micacci, Walter Rurka,
Frank Pelligrini, Michael Bianco.
Assistant Business Manager. . .
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Advertising Editors. . .
Layout Editors. .
Photography Editor. . .
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. Richard Aylett
Marie Dumas, Editor, discusses write -up for the Senior Left to Right: Walter Rurka, Anthony Micacci, and
Section, with Frank Pelligrini. Frank Pelligrini discussing advertising policies
Officers and Representatives
SITTING Left to Rrght Joseph Gadomskr Roland Derosrer Constance Derosrer
Paulrne Dauphin Kenneth Brown Mane Dumas Wrllram Fetzer STANDING Benolt
Brown Noel Dery Stanley Borkowskr John Vetre Walter Rurka Fred Serra Wzlllam
Zesut James 1-lall
Kenneth Fogg Advrsor Kenneth Brown Pres1dent Herbertl-I Wrlber Drrector
Herbert I-I Wrlber Drrector presentmg lmportant matters related to the Welfare of
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Herbert H. Wilber, Director
To the Class of 1958
You the members of the graduatrng class have now successfully completed another
phase of your educanonal career The educatron you have recerved at Goodwln Tech
has prepared you to earn your l1v1ng rn a skrlled occupauon and to 11ve as a good
crtrzen whrle emoyrng the socrabrlrty of your fellow men
Thrs has been offered to you through the devotron of your parents and the conscr
possrble by the decrsxons of free men rn our democrauc socrety The educatron you
have recerved IS yours
We urge you to use rt w1sely as a frrm foundauon on whrch to bu11d a more sausfyrng
hfe for yourselves and your famrlres
It has been a pleasure and an honor to have served you as your drrector In behalf
of the faculty and undergraduates I wrsh you success and happmess
entious endeavors of your teachers. You should appreciate that all this has been made
H IS a man of wo th
In over 42 years of unrnterrupted servrce -the longest term of servrce rn the hrstory of
the State Department of Educatron Herbert H Wrlber has played a vrtal part rn the pro
gress of Connectrcut rndustrral educatron Generatrons of Connectrcut students have looked
to hrm for gurdance and encouragement
Governor Abraham Rrbrcoff
HERBERT H WILBER
Now therefore I JOSEPH F MORELLI Mayor of the Crty of New Brrtarn rn the State of
Connectrcut do hereby proclarm January 4 1958 as Wrlber Day and do urge the crtrzens
to recognrze hrs deep rnterest rn the welfare of hrs students and communrty as reflected rn
the success of the graduates of hrs school and the whole hearted support of hrs co workers
In testrmony whereof I have hereunto srgned my name
offrcrally and caused the Seal of the Crty of New Brrtarn
to be affrxed thrs 16th day of Decenrber 1957
Srgned Joseph Morellr
In my relatrvely short assocratron wrth Mr Herbert Wrlber I have come to admrre hrs
reputatron for educatronal leadershrp for outstandrng loyalty to the people wrth whom he
works for the rntegrrty of hrs Judgment and for hrs deep rnterest rn the welfare of all of hrs
students The profound sprrrtualrty that has characterrzed hrs lrfe rs reflected rn the clrmate
he has created for the E C Goodwrn School
Commrssroner of Educatron
Connectrcut rs known as The Land of Steady Habrts Herbert Wrlber rs typrcal ofthe
Emmett O Brren Drrector of
Vocatronal Educatron for the
State of Connectrcut
Mr H H Wrlber rs one of the half dozen proneers who organrzed the frrst vocatronal
actrvrtres rn the State of Connectrcut rn the years 1914 to 1920
Mr Wrlber s good Judgment and rnfluence contrrbuted to the advancement of the
Connectrcut system and to rts recognrtron as an outstandrng example of sound vocatronal
educatron H Skerry Hall
Assocrate Prof of Busrness Management fEmerrtusJ
Seldom have I known a professronal leader wrth greater devotron to youth and tech
nrcal profrcrency than I found rn Mr Wrlber Hrs rnfluence was felt not only rn the New
Brrtarn regron but throughout the state of Connectrcut Hrs retrrement wrll be a loss to the
educatronal progress of the state of Connectrcut
Frnrs E Engleman
Amerrcan Assocratron of School Admrnrstrators
It rs my good fortune to have ten years of close assocratron wrth Mr Wrlber I am
confrdent that whrle the trme may have arrrved for retrrrng from the admrnrstratron of one
of our frne Vocatronal technrcal schools we hope for hrs contrnued contrrbutron to the
advancement of educatron rn our state and natron
The Senror Class of 1958 Jorns wrth Mr Wrlber s many frrends rn congratulatrng hrm on
hrs successful years rn the freld of Vocatronal Educatron We have been fortunate to have
recerved an educatron under such a great educator We hope he may be blessed wrth good
health and enjoy hrs years of retrrement
Alonzo G Grace
Former State Commrssroner of
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As graduates of the 1958 Class of the E C Goodwin Technical School I congrat
ulate you for a Job well done
You have successfully completed a phase of your education At Goodwin Tech
not only have you been given the basic knowledge of your future trade but also e u
with each other
Education is a continuous process and does not end when you leave school Any
one who wishes to better himself or herself and make the best use of hts or her abilities
must continue to learn by experience observation and study
Therefore my best wtshes to each and everyone Your success in life is assured
lf you strive to be a credit to yourself to your parents to your school to your country
and to your God
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cation in how to be a good citizen, how to get along with other people and how to live
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John J. Mills
Director of Student Personnel
LEFT to RIGHT: Margaret C. Volz,
Emily L. Clark, Audrey M. Ahlberg,
Betty Ann Blachburn.
LEFT to RIGHT: Omer Dumais, Willis
G. Marsh, Mrs. Florida Doucette,
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Edgar M. Andrews, automobile instructor, explains car- Automobile instructor Joseph Angiolillo trains stu-
buretor's relation to the motor. dents to prepare school bus for painting.
Richard J. Fink demonstrates the testing of bread
baking to his bakers.
Joseph M. Angelillo, instructor, watches students Leo E. Keiderer, instructor in the automatic screw
Check revolutions per minute of the automatic 'tl-ang- department, explains workings of the New Britain Gridley
mission. Automatic Screw Machine.
Beauticians setting hair. Mrs. Mary Grimason, in-
structor and department head,not in photo.
Louis M. Paradis, carpentry instructor, demon-
strates the turning of a piece of stock in a lathe.
House located on Apple Tree Hill Road built by
carpenters under the supervision of Edwin Henschke.
Students of dressmaking department at work on individual
assignments. Sophie C. Formica, instructor, not present
when photo was taken.
A view of drafting students at work. Instructor Robert
R. LaRese, in the background, oversees an individual
Edward Kisluk, plumbing instructor, supervises Alveston F. Conklin checking qualities of lathe work
his students as they work on furnace installed in in his tool Sadie Department.
house built by the carpenters of the school.
As students watch, Wilfred M. Hartman, in-
structor in the machine department, checks
diameter of work piece in a chuck.
Machine instructor Alexander Woroniecki checks bore William C. Reisch checking safety methods to
diameter of work as boys look on. be used by boys in his machine department.
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JOAN C. ALBRECHT "Joanie"
150 Richard Street New Britain
"A true friend is like a diamond, precious and rare."
A very serious-minded girl with her eye on the future,
always finding friends and never an enemy is a good
description of Joanie. She is a member of the Blue-
Denims and O'Reilly's Lassies. Joanie's ambition in life is
to get a job in the tailoring business.
Student Council Representative, 13 Cheerleader, 2.
ANDRE E. ALLAIN "Andy"
94 Kenney Street Forestville
"Where seldom is heard a discouraging word."
Andre is a carefree young man who gives anyone encourage-
ment by just talking to him. His favorite sports are golf,
bowling, hunting and fishing. In the future, Andre would
like to become a tool and die maker.
RUTH E. AMSDEN "Ruthie"
42 lngraham Place Bristol
"A true friend is one soul in two bodies."
Ruth is known as being one of the quietest girls in Goodwin
Tech. She enjoys horseback riding and collecting knick-
knacks. In the future Ruth would like to continue her trade
and become a counter girl.
NANCY R. ANDERSON "Andi"
215 Bristol Street Southington
"I smell a fire burning, someone's thinking."
Nancy is about the happiest and funniest girl that ever
entered Beauty Culture. She gets along with everyone and
is seldom angry. Nancy's favorite sports are bowling,
skating, and swimming. In the future she would like to own
her own beauty shop.
FRANCIS S. APARO "FISH"
1445 Corbin Avenue New Britain
"Honest endeavor is the gateway to success."
Quiet, friendly and a ready smile describes "Fran." Dressing
up his "Oldsmobile" occupies most of his spare time. I-le
still finds time for woodworking, fishing, hunting and
swimming. "Fran" hopes to be a contractor in the future.
DAVID A BAILEY "Dave"
35 Chapman Court New Britain
"Purpose in living makes happiness."
David is a boy who never seems to have a worry in the world.
A bright smile and a cheerful greeting has made him well-
liked by all. In the future "Dave" plans on joining the Coast
JIMMIE D. BAILEY "Rebel"
263 Hillhurst Avenue New Britain
"Contented and Happy."
Jimmie came to Goodwin from the Hartford Regional
Technical School. He made many friends at the local
school. He likes to build and re -style sport cars. Swimming,
football, and baseball occupy his leisure time. Joining the
Air Force is his future plan.
AIBERT J. BALLESTER "Al"
40 Beaver Street New Britain
"All's well that ends well."
"Al" has always been polite and well-mannered. He doesn't
try to be outstanding, but will go out of his way to do things
for Goodwin. His favorite sports are swimming, football and
he does very well at dancing. ln the future Al plans to go to
the New York Mergenthaler Linotype School.
Movie Camera Club.
RAYMOND W. BEAUDOIN "Ray"
56 Sexton Street New Britain
"I exhort you to be of good character."
"Say there, young fellow" is the common saying of "Ray."
His quiet and serious manner has won many friends for him.
He is so thoroughly absorbed in mechanical drafting that he
intends to take up architectural drafting in the future. His
favorite sports are fishing and swimming and his hobby is
MICHAEL S. BIANCO "Mike"
198 Alexander Road New Britain
"When a task is once begun, never leave it 'til it 's done."
"Mike" is a fine sportsman with great ability in the field of
athletics. He is one of the top students in his trade. Mike 's
hobbies are sketching, decorating and he enjoys basketball,
baseball, and swimming. Going to the Institute for Baking,
then Teachers College of Connecticut, entering the Air
Force and finally becoming a baking instructor is his goal.
Student Council Representative, Basketball, 3,45 Baseball 3.
WILLIAM E. BISSONI "Willie the Kid"
64 Dudley Street New Britain
"Right wrongs no man."
William is one of the group who enjoyed every minute at
Goodwin. He possesses a liking for the duties of a pharma-
cist and may change his trade after graduation. His spare
time is spent fishing, hunting, playing badminton and base-
ball. Building models and woodworking fill in the remainder
of his time.
STANLEY G. BORKOWSKI "Stan"
3 Leon Road Forestville
"From Listening Comes Wisdom."
"Stan" entered Goodwin September, 1955. He was active in
sports all during his school life. His special interests are
golfing, fishing and hunting. He plans to enroll at the
Hartford Technical Institute and then enter the service.
Baseball 2,35 Captain, 45 Department Representative, 4i
Intramural Basketball 2,3.
102 Allen Place Hartford
"If at first you don't succeed, try and try again."
George is known throughout the school for his nice person-
ality and his "crazy" Chevrolet. He enjoys dancing, skating,
and swimming. In the future George would like to further
his education in his trade and later make a career of it.
BENOIT J. BROWN "Benny"
60 Cherry Street New Britain
"Remember the end and thou shalt never go amiss."
A friendly smile and a cheerful manner have won many
friends for Benny. As a dancer, he has become popular. He
appeared as a dancer on Channels 8 and 30 several times.
He joined the Sea Bees as an active reservist and will
further training in his trade in the service.
C.Y.O. Basketball team.
KENNETH A. BROWN "Ken"
108 Commercial Street New Britain
"Not to live at ease is not to live at all."
Kenneth Brown, Ken to all his friends, possessor of an out-
standing personality, is known throughout Goodwin Tech for
his active interest in the social life of the school. He has
great feeling towards his school and participates in most
school activities. As President of the Student Council, Ken
is respected and admired by all. Hunting, fishing, boating,
and swimming are his favorite sports. Ken's hobbies are
music and collecting guns. To further his education and go
into music fguitar, are his plans.
Shop representative, Student Council 4 5 President of Student
SYLVIA T. BUCHANAN "Silver"
397 West Washington Bristol
"Come and trip as ye go, on the light fantastic toe."
Never a dull moment with Sylvia. She has an infectious
laugh and is very rarely angy. Swimming and roller skating
are her favorite sports. In the future Sylvia would like to
join the W.A.F.
MARIO R. CARLONE
107 Albany Avenue New Britain
"Smile todayg Frown tomorrow."
Mario is really an ambitious boy. His four years at Goodwin
Tech have -made him an asset to the Auto Mechanic world.
He collects guns and plays baseball, basketball, and goes
horseback riding. Mario also belongs to the Remington
Riders. His goal is to be a specialist in automatic trans-
State Inspector f1957j at Motor Vehicle Safety Lane.
DOLORES J. CASALE "Cassile"
37 Academy Lane Southington
"A penny for your thoughts."
Dolores is one of the more quiet girls in our school. She
enjoys dancing and spends a lot of her time riding in con-
vertibles. Listening to the records she collects is another
pastime she enjoys. To be a successful hairdresser is
HARRY T. CIANCl
Worthington Point Road Berlin
"Reason can in general do more than blind force."
Harry's main interest is cars. To hear him talk you'd know
it. Remember the '49 Chevie with the "Forward Look."
Guns, hunting, auto racing add to Harry's special interests.
After graduation he plans to enter the services. He has been
active in the Boy Scouts and the Road Jockeys and Rappers'
FLORENCE M. CICHON "Flo"
106 Jeanette Street Bristol
"Nothing brings more joy than friendships."
The lovelyblondewith the green eyes . . . oh, that disarming
smile! Florence is a girl with complete honesty combined
with good judgment. She enjoys roller skating and bowling.
She plans to open a Beauty Salon in the future.
ROGER A. CLOUTIER
18 Seymour Street New Britain
"As Merry as the Day is Long."
Roger is a happy-go-lucky fellow with a nice smile. He
enjoys working on cars, swimming, hunting, boating and
fishing. His hopes are to go to college,and possibly join the
JOEL J. CONTE "Joe"
83 Queen Street New Britain
"Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to
do it, and virtue is doing it."
Joel is a happy-go-lucky boy with a pleasing personality.
His favorite sports are hunting, fishing, and boating. Joel
also enjoys fixing cars. After graduating he intends to work
at his trade or enter the service.
RAYMOND G. CSWERCKO "Ray"
George Washington Turnpike Burlington
"Opportunity strikes but once."
Ray's main ambition is to enter the Air Force and then go
into the field of engineering. He likes to work on cars and
Student Council Representative, 1.
SAM J. D'AMATO
1518 Corbin Avenue New Britain
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
We admire the unusual personality, ambition, and interest in
school work that Sam possesses. He finds time for baseball,
basketball, football, and especially golf. Model building
gets its share of Sam 's spare time. He believes in individual
enterprise and some day hopes to own his own shop and to
become a mechanical engineer.
THOMAS R. DEGUZIS "Tom"
83 Rowe Place Forestville
Thomas is enthusiastic about everything he does. Endowed
with the ability to make friends, he will long be re-
membered by his many associates at Goodwin. His musical
interest, the accordion, occupies most of his leisure time.
He is a member of the Forestville Boys' Club and the Vesper
Scooter Club. Tom's plans for the future are indefinite.
Student Council Representative, Class Entertainer.
ROBERT V DI LORETO "
58 Sherrrll Street New Brrtarn
"A lrght heart lrves long
D" rs a student wrth a real sense of humor When thrngs are
serrous he really tends to busrness What s your trouble,"
IS the favorrte sayrng of D " who plans to contrnue hrs
trarnrng rn draftrng rn the U S Navy
NOEL T DERY
156 Lyons Street New Brrtarn
Forgrve or prarse me I am what I am, no more no less
Noel rs a boy of rather a quret nature He enjoys talkrng rn
front of the school assemblres After the years of workrng rn
a restaurant, Noel decrded rt was not what he wanted and
would lrke to go to school for "medrcal photography or
hrs hobbres Noel enjoys parntrng and photography
Shop Representatrve 3, Busrness Manager for 1958 Yearbook
Junror and Senror Representatrve to State Student Congress
RICHARD P DIGNAZIO Drc
98 Maplehurst Avenue New Brrtarn
Drck rs rnterested rn burldmg hot rods and enjoys sports such
as swrmmrng baseball, and football Drck plans to attend
the State Technrcal Instrtute and own a machrne shop of
hrs own He rs an actrve member of the Hr Comps Hot Rod
Organrzatron Coodwrn says good by to a frne student
Basketball 3 4
STEVEN DOMANSKI "Steve
173 Broad Street New Brrtarn
Happy am I, from care I'm free
'Steve rs noted for hrs cheerful attrtude He rs humoro ,
frrendly and pleasant I-le lrkes frshrng better than any
other sport He has a great rnterest rn hrs trade After
graduatrng 'Steve rs lookmg forward to srx months f
actrve servrce and then a career rn hrs trade
CLIFFORD S FERGUSON e
16 Spnng Street New Bntarn
"It's better to grve rn han o grve p
Clrfford rs a very quret boy wrth a wonderful sense of humor
He spends most of hrs spare trme gardenrng and also enjoys
basketball To work rn hrs trade and later own hrs own place
are Clrff's plans for the future
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WILLIAMH FETZER 'Bill'
Case Road Burlmgton
I ask to know "
'Ball ' rs an easy goxng hard worker He lrkes horseba
ndxng huntmg dancrng, and frshrng A smrle at all trmes
IS "Bill 's" trademark He rs actrve m the Junror Forest Fxre
Frghters 4 H Club Prlgr1m's Fellowship, and Natxonal
Rxfle Assocnatxon To jom the Armed Forces and later
become an engrneer rs Bxll 's ambrtron
Student Councrl Representatrve 3,4, Intramural Basketball
3, Served on decoratron commrttees for dances 3 4
ROGER W FROST FIOSCY"
19 Temple Street North Haven
" :nk before you spe k, but speak not all you thrnk
'Frosty" IS a boy capable of dorng hrs work but enjoys
sports He would lake to continue hrs trade and become a
heating engmeer rn the future
80 Dean Drive New Bntam
err rs human, to forgrve divine '
A man of few words Roger is inendly agreeable and a
fellow who loves fun He llkes baseball and basketball and
frnds photography very mterestmg Upon graduatron Roger
wrll contxnue workrng rn hrs trade
JOHN F GILBERT
518 Eddy Glover Blvd New Britain
"Foot loose and fancy fre '
John quret for only a few seconds rs always wrlling to help
anyone rn need Football and water skung are hrs favonte
sports In the future John would like to go into the busmess
of electncal contracting
KAREN E GLEICK
391 Arch Street New Bntain
'The only thrng we have to fear rs fear rtself
Karen s mam aim rn lrfe IS to be fnends with everybody
She has always tned to grve a smrle to everyone she knows.
Karen's favorrte sports are horseback ndxng and golf. She
also enjoys stunt horseback riding. In the future, Karen
plans to become a harrdresser and open her own shop
Edrting Committee for Yearbook.
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RAYMOND A GOLAB 'Ray
182 Hrgh Street New Brrtain
" ood thmgs come rn s l pack ge '
Wrth a gleam rn his eye and always loolung for fun frts
"Ray" to a tee Track and held are Ray's favonte sports
and take up most of h1s tlrne Hrs hobbres are takmg motron
prctures Polrsh folk dancmg and gymnastrc apparatus He
has won nme trophres and slxteen medals Workmg at h1s
trade for a few years and later entermg the Marines are
GEORGE M GRANGER
1441 Farmmgton Avenue Farmmgton
hy worry over tr1fles?'
George spends all his time workrng as a farmer and a carpen
ter Once rn a whlle however he goes huntmg and frshmg
He has been one of the quret members of the class He
also enjoys dancing rce skating and roller skatrng After
graduatlon George plans to work at hrs trade
EDWARD L GRIFFIN "Edd1e
40 Hart Street New Bntam
Automatlc Screw Machrne
A pleasant lad of mrrth
Full of fun wrth a sense of humor frts Eddre perfectly
After workmg at his trade he cla1ms men have become tools
of then tools Huntmg and boating consume h1s spare trme
After graduatlon he plans to enlrst rn the armed servxces
Department Representatwe 4
JAMES R HALL "J 1m Dandy"
11 Benham Street Bnstol
Never pu ff 't 1 morrow what you can do today "
James 15 a fnend to everyone He 15 and always w11l be
llked for h1s fme sense of humor Hrs favonte sports are
baseball, football and track Playmg dnrms and dancmg are
h1s favonte pastrmes James rs known by the whole school
for h1s talent ln playmg the bongo drums In the future
James hopes to become a cook 1n one of Ya1e's Fratennty
Student Councll Representatrve 4, Baseball 2
EDWARD C KLIMKIEWICZ Butch
87 Jeannette Street Bristol
" augh and h whole world laughs with you "
Edward IS a clean cut boy wrth a mee sense of humor He
enjoys workmg on cars boatrng and water sknng In the
Forestvrlle Boys' Club Edward rs an actrve member In the
future Edward would l1ke to become a starr buxlder and work
hrs way to the top
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WALTER R KLOCKO
695 Prne Street Forestvrlle
"StrII water runs de p
Walter a lrttle brt on the quret srde, rs lrked by everyone
He has a good sense of humor and a ready smrle He lrkes
sports and played baseball from 1955 through 1957, wmnrng
two letters He also lrkes horseback rrdrng Walter enjoys
playrng the accordron and plays very well Hrs future plan
rs to jorn the U S Navy and to further hrs education
JOSEPH P KOZUN "Duke
247 Washmgton Street New B1-,tam
Some are rse, and some are otherwrse '
Duke's mam rnterest rs cars and rn hrs spare trme works
them Hrs hobbres are burldrng model planes and boats,
guns and chess Duke belongs to the YMCA Boys' Cl b
Kappers After Duke graduates he rntends to enter the
Marrne Corps and contrnue hrs trade When he serves hrs
term rn the Marmes, he would lrke to hold an assrgnment rn
Goodgrrn Rrfle Club 1,2 Alternate representatrve rn Student
CHARLES N LA MAR 'Chuck
43 Hartford Avenue New Brrtarn
r e IS one long p o e of gettrng trred '
Berng voted Krug of the Junror Prom, Chuck rs as most every
one knows, a boy wrth a wonderful personalrty and sense of
humor Chuck enjoys motorcycles, and hot rods He rs also
rnterested rn swrmmmg and dancrng To jorn the servrce
and later open a motorcycle reparr shop rs Chuck's ambrtron
DONALD A IAMMERS 'Sonny
587 Maple Hrll Avenue Newmgton
'He who succeeds wrll make somethrng of hrmself
Donald really enjoys the trade he has chosen He loans hrs
tools to anyone who needs them, whrch proves hrm to be
good hearted Donald lrkes huntrng and frshrng and really
enjoys dorng errands for teachers In the future, Donald
would Irke to open hrs own prrnt shop
THOMAS R LINCOLN "Tom
14 Zrpp Avenue Forestvrlle
' I love work, I could srt and watch it all day
Tom rs about the quretest boy at Goodwrn Tech Hrs favor
rte sports rnclude baseball, basketball bowlrng and huntrng
He also has a stamp collection whrch rs hrs favorrte hobby
After completrng hrs mrlrtary oblrgatrons Tom would like
to be employed rn the New Departure as a machrnrst
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CATHERINE C LOIARRO "Cathy'
441 Brrch Street Brrstol
"Beauty rs po er, smrle rs rts sword
Cathy rs always laughmg and never walks when she can run
Her expressrve eyes show off a wonderful personalrty
Basketball, tennrs, rce skatrng, and roller skatrng are Cathy'
favorrte mterests Her favorrte hobbres are srngrng and
wrrtrng short storres for magazrnes Cathy rs a member of
the Natronal Poetry Assocratron and the C Y O She would
like to own a charn of Beauty Shops rn the future
Student Councrl, Class Poetess
176 South Marn Street New Brrtarn
' veryone p ays a pa '
Robert spends most of hrs spare trme wrth hrs favorrte hobby
dancrng He enjoys baseball and basketball He rs very
rnterested rn hrs trade and rntends to work as a prrnter after
Student Councrl Representatrve 2, Baseball 3
ROGER C MARTIN Rog
602 Stafford Avenue Brrstol
No trme lrke the present "
"Roge has a quret, pleasant manner He has the reputat
of mrndrng hrs own busrness He succeeds rn everythrng he
attempts to do Burldrng model planes and boats take up
hrs spare trme He lrkes football, rce skatrng and bowlrng
After leavmg Goodwrn he wrll jorn the Arr Force and later
enroll rn college
ANTHONY MICACCI "Tony
35 Emmons Place New Brrtarn
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Tony rs a gay boy wrth a cheerful smrle Hrs favorrte sports
are baseball and basketball Tony enjoys bowlrng cars and
photography Gorng to college and berng a srnger are
Tony s plans
Treasurer of the Senror Class
EARL S MIFFLIN
11 Yale Street New Brrtarn
Every prcture has a hundred words '
Earl rs well lrked by most of hrs fellow workers He enjoys
helprng new students and srngrng a few hrt tunes every now
and then Musrc rs the marn rnterest rn Earl's lrfe Along
wrth hrs two brothers Qtrrpletsl, they have sung rn many
shows and even rn the Far East for the Armed Forces Hrs
favorrte sports are bowlrng, swrrnmrng and golfrng In the
future, Earl would lrke to work rn a bakery or try srngrng for
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102 Summlt Road New Bntaxn
"A Job worth dolng IS worth domg rrght '
Drck IS held 1n h1gh6St regard by all hrs frrends and class
mates He partxc1pates m nearly all school 3Ct1VltlCS and IS
mterested 1n the welfare of the school After graduatxon,
D1ck plans on furthermg h1s educat1on m the fxeld of
englneenng H1s hobby IS playmg the guxtar He IS a
member of the C Y O Musrc Club
GERALD JOSEPH MITCHELL M1tch
49 Sachem Street New Bnta1n
e world belongs to the energet
A happy go lucky boy w1th no wornes on hrs mrnd, that 's
a good defrmtron for "M.rtch ' Hrs sports are baseball, foot
ball, and basketball Sw1mm1ng and f1sh1ng are hrs hobbxes
To get a Job rn the mach1ne trade or get a job as a tool and
dre maker are the future plans for Mrtch
RICHARD K NADEAU Dxck'
67 Kmnear Avenue New1ngton
"The head to dlrect, the hand to execute and the heart to
Drck IS a fam1l1ar f1gure around Goodwm I-le's such a
cheerful lad and so fnendly to all at school He enjoys
dancmg, bowlmg, and has a specxal rnterest ln football H
wrll further h1s educat1on at the State Techn1cal Instltute
Pres1dent of Class 3,4, Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4
RICHARD F NEWELL Rrch
41 Peter Parley Road Berl1n
To err ns human, to forgrve, d1v1 "
R1ch 15 a good natured boy and IS known by all for has sense
of humor He 15 a member of the Mad States Mod1f1ers,
Hot Rod Ofg3.lf11Z2tl0D and also enjoys hobbles such as cars,
planes boats, and dancmg Playmg the accordlon mterests
hxm, too To go to eng1neer1ng college and make a career
of the Navy are hrs plans
Basketball 3 4
BARBARA J ORLOWSKI Babs
43 Westerly Street New Bntaa
ake up and r s
Howdy Partner' " IS a favorrte say1ng of Barbara 's and
sults her smce she hopes to someday explore the "Great
West " Barbara plays the p1ano and gu1tar and enjo
lxstenmg to mus1c She lrkes to r1de horses and hopes to
come a rodeo queen
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FRANK G PELLEGRINI "Pelican
12 Walker Road New Britain
'To know him is to like him '
Everyone at Goodwin knows and lrkes Frank For a period of
three years he has played basketball, and been active rn all
school affairs Frank intends to join the Air Force and study
Basketball 2,3,4, Co Captain 4, Vice President of Class 3 4,
Advertising editor of the Yearbook, Student Council
alternate 3 4
GEORGE PLOCHA RSKI "1-look
30 Birch Street Fogeggvllle
' on' worry until something happens '
George is known for hrs ability rn baseball In his junior
year he pitched two no hitters I-hs hobbies are hunting and
frshrng In the future, George would like to continue m hrs
trade or join the service
ROBERT S PLOCHARSKI Bob
30 Brrch Street Bristol
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interested in boat building. Baseball tops his list of favorl
ite sports. He played with the Little League and the Boys'
Club in Forestville. Following graduation, he intends to
work at his trade.
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LLOYD A POTTER 'Sleepo t I
370 Lake Avenue Bristol
lf you want something done r ght do it yourse f "
Lloyd likes a joke now and then and IS a very good sport
He likes bowling with the Connecticut Central State "B'
League Lloyd's favorite sports are baseball basketball and
bowling He hopes to join the Navy and continue his trade
BRUCE S PRIOR
116 Keeney Street Manchester
Love all, trust few o wrong to no '
Bruce rs a quiet boy wrth a good sense of humor and you just
can't help but like hrm 1-le gets along well with everyone
Bruce's favorite hobby is cake decorating which he does very
well Hrs favorite sports are swimming and volley ball In
the future Bruce plans to own his own catering service
MARCIA C RANCOURT Marsh
300 Baldwrn Avenue Merrden
"F ew knew her because of her quretness '
Marcra rs a petrte grrl wrth a cherry 'Hello' " for everyone
She enjoys swrmmrng dancmg, and rce skatrng To become
a beautrcran rn her home town rs Marcra 's hope for the
CARLTON V RAYMOND "Ray
7 Prne Street Plarnville
ve a lrttle, take a lrttle
Ray, a calm serene person gets along wrth everyone Ray
came to us after servrng three years wrth the U S Marrne
Corps Hrs future arm rs to become a draftsman
WALTER P RURKA 'Walt
196 Brngham Street New Brrtain
Be led by reason "
Walt one of Goodwrn's hard workers rs admrred by hrs class
mates for hrs ambrtron and hrs personalrty Workrng as an
occupres most of Walt 's spare trme He enjoys art and
cars To open a Job shop of hrs own rs Walt 's highest goal
Student Councrl Representatrve 4, Advertrsmg edrtor
STEPHEN SANDSTROM 'Sandy
514 Prne Street Forestvrlle
'Labor conquers all things "
Stephen rs a quret, retiring boy He 's very cooperative and
gets along with everyone His favorrte hobby rs hunting He
rs also an actrve member of the Boys Club Stephen would
lrke to contmue hrs trade rn the future
Baseball 3 4, Basketball 3
ANTON W SCHULER
Preston Street Terryvrlle
Looks that speak '
Anton rs an rntellrgent boy who gets along wrth everyone
He rs a member of the A F M A and C Y O Huntrng, flshrng
and swrmmrng are hrs favorrte sports Anton rs also rnterested
rn farmrng and the care of anrmals After graduatron from
Goodwrn Anton would like to further hrs educatron rn hrs
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FREDERICK D SERRA "Pre "
50 Hzgh Street New Britain
' e knows the trme and place for everythrng
Fred IS a qulet boy w1th a good sense of humor He IS a brg
baseball fan and keeps records of all the Yankee ball players
Fred's hobbles are records H1 F1, and radros When he
graduates, Fred plans to further hrs educatron rn bakmg at
the Rochester Institute for Baking
Student Council Representatlve 4
JOHN SIKOROWICZ "Jack
200 Daly Avenue New Brrtam
' rthout dange , e g e grows co '
Thrs quotatron rs true of Jack rn every respect Erther he IS
hot roding around town, taking chances as brg as they come
or running 1nto school late and trying to beat the bell when
he knows It 's rmposslble Despzte hrs dangerous outlook, he
rs a good frlend, really worth havrng He always has a smxle
from ear to ear, and 1t's worthless to try to get hrm angry
GERTRUDE Y STEELE Gertre
55 Tulrp Street Bnstol
'One smile commg up
Gertre rs a happy g1r1 fzlled wrth school sp1r1t Her face rs
usually covered wrth an mstantaneous smzle Her favorrte
sports are basketball and baseball In the future, "Gert1e"
plans to open her own alteratron shop
Cheerleader 3, Student Councrl Secretary 3, Semor Class
JOSEPH R ST JEAN Rog
408 Maln Street Newmgton
' ecessrty rs the m he of rnventx
A happy outlook on lrfe rs Joseph's rdentrfrcatlon H1s favor
1te sports are basketball, swxmmmg, and bowllng Joseph's
hobbres are hot rods and oil pamtmg To become an arr
craft mechanrc is h1s future plan
GERALD D SYMONAITIS Sy
86 Kenwood Street Kensington
"Love all, trust a few, do harm to non '
Jerry wants the carpentry trade as a background for h1s
future ambztlon, an acoustrcal engmeer He llkes nothmg
better than to work on hrs car Hrs future ambrtron rs to jorn
the Naval Reserves
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ROBERT S. TARADEINA "Bob"
20 Horace Street New Britain
"Right's right, and fair's fair."
Robert is a boy who enjoys football and baseball. He would
like to work for a while at his trade and then go into the
Assistant State inspector for the Department of Motor Ve-
JOHN A. VETRE "Butch"
102 Gold Street New Britain
"A friend to all is the best friend."
Easy going is the best definition for Johnny. His favorite
sport is basketball. He has been active on the varsity team
for two years and also plays with an outside team. In the
future, Johnny plans to continue his trade, go into the
service, and later on get married.
Representative for Student Council 4, Basketball 2,3
ELIZABETH J. VINCENT "Betty"
19 Fairfax Avenue Meriden
"I had rather have everybody on my side."
Betty is an attractive girl with a pleasing personality. She
is known throughout Goodwin for her cheerful smile. Betty
enjoys skating and swimming. To work in a beauty shop and
possibly manage one of her own are Betty's future plans.
JOHN M. WOITOWITZ "Whitey"
66 Winthrop Street New Britam
"I have tried so hard to do the right."
"Whitey" made many friends at Goodwin because he was
good-natured and friendly. I-Ie enjoys hopping up and
customizing cars. He likes basketball and football. 1-le led
his team to victory in his junior year. In the future he
plans to join the U. S. Air Force and continue training in
the electrical field.
ANDREW ZNOSKO "Andy"
178 New Britain Road Kensington
"Friend to all, enemy to none."
Andy, along with being the largest fellow in his class, is also
outstanding for his pleasing pemonality and cheerful smile.
He is known for being a friend to everyone. Andy enjoys
playing chess in his spare time and sports when he is able.
In the future, Andy would like to work at his trade for awhile 5
then further his education.
Assisted as inspector at Willow Brook State for the Motor
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MARTHA ZUCCI-ll Marty'
18 Kenton Street Kensmgton
The poorest way to face lxfe 1S to face lt wrth a sne
Martha s happy go lucky way and good sportsmanshrp wxll always be
remembered by her classmates Her frlendly personallty has won her
many frlends and w1ll carry her happlly through the years A lover of
sports, her favorxtes are tenms, bowllng, and shuffleboard
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best and makmg what lS best out of them and
these two objects are always attamable together
and by the same means the trammg whtch makes
men happtest m themselves also makes them most
servtceable to others
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To Mrs Rawlings the senrors leave a robot to get into her class on
l Benoit Brown leave my dancing shoes to the person who gets my
To Mr Fogg we leave Badge 714
To Mrs Hounchell we leave the money we owe for past meals
To Food Trades we leave Paul Neil
I Joe Kozun leave my push broom to the next strong armed man
the tool room
I Walter Rurka leave my lock fixing abrlrty to some able bodied
Andrew Znosko Clarge boyj leaves hrs coveralls to Roland Derosrer
William Fetzer leaves hrs chopped up desk to a future senior
Karin Glerck leaves to Marie Dumas her dislike for sprt curls
Al Ballester leaves to Michael Bianco the luck to get a flat tire
Nancy Anderson leaves at last
I Francis Aparo leave my seat on the truck for someone who doesn
mrnd bouncing around
Florence Crchon leave my learning abrlrty to Dorothy Klrmkrewrcz
Michael Bianco leave my Art Book to Mr Harrison
Cathy Lorarro leave untrnted locks to Emma Del Buono
Sylvia Buckanan leave to Mrs Grrmason a case of chocolate milk
Earl Mrfflrn being of sound mind leave to Benny Brown who rn
Dolores Casale leaves to Lorraine Trembley a foot pad for her burning
Barbara Orlowskr leaves her paint brushes to Jean Savage
Gertrude Steele leaves her cheerleading Jump to Corrine Monrco
Thomas Deguzrs leaves hrs George Gobel looks to anyone who wants
Harry Crancr leaves hrs glasses to any near sighted instructor
Roger Frost leaves hrs seat on the bus to any Meriden grrl
Lloyd Potter leaves the mopprng of floors to Mrke O Shana
Ruth Amsden gives all her pencrls to Dolores Murzyn who never has
To Mrss McSheffery the senror class leaves a present of a new book
of gym excuses
To Mr Ferruccr we leave our darly logs
To Mr Duncan we leave a large bottle of red rnk
Kenneth Brown leaves hrs funny antrcs to Anthony Gunterman
To E C Goodwrn Tech we leave all the candy wrappers and empty
To Mr Dean we leave a solrd gold Cadrllac
To Mr Fogg we leave the largest algebraic equatron
To Bill Schubert George Brookbanks leaves hrs seat rn Mr Lombardr
James Hall leaves hrs towel throwing arm to Jack Bartlett
To Janice Warner Marcra Rancourt leaves her marcelle wrg
Frank Pellegrrnr leaves hrs basketball skrll to hrs brothers Al and Joe
Rrchard Nadeau leaves all hrs electrrc wrres to Edward Root
The senrors leave to all the underclassmen Goodwrn Tech
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Goodwrn Tech recetvetl a new Televrston set
Votrng machmes were used for the electron of offrcers
Mrs 1-louncell Head of the Students Cafeterra came to Goodwrn
Decoratrons for the sprrng dance carrted out the theme Parrsran
Fantasy wrth the most spectacular decorattons the school ever had
Durrng Our Junror Year
Joseph F Morellr New Brrtam s Mayor attended a Student Coun
C11 meetrng at Goodwrn He talked to the students on the theme
So bends the twrg so grows the tree
Goodwrn had tts frrst Iumor Prom
Goodwm publrshed tts frrst Yearbook
The school took on a new look All classrooms and shops rn the
old burldrng and some n the new burldtng were freshly parnted
Beauty Culture recerved a new harr dryer
Durrng Our Senror Year
Mr Wrlber our drrector retrred
We had cheerleaders avarn
Goodwrn came rnto possessron of a bus for the school
The prrce of cokes went up from srx to ten cents
Mrs Doucette came to us as our new matron
We had a new Scrence Lab
We had a car for the Safe Drrvrng Course
Mr Dean won ftrst prrze for an O11 patntrng at the Berltn Farr
Rrchard Nadeau Frank Pellegrrnr Tony Mrcaccr and Marre Dumas
were elected our class offtcers
The great worry rn New Brrtarn The Greatest water shortage the
crty has ever experrenced
Beauty Culture featured a new hart do the Cobra Cut
The 1-lomemakrng Class parnted and decorated a barrel and frlled
tt wrth toys and games for the younsters at the Crrppled Chrldrens
Home at Newrngton
The surprrse of all the senrors when Russra sent out Sputnrks one
and two Was Russra ahead of the Unrted States rn the freld of
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a corridor but we have a Hall.
St. Joseph but we have St. Jean.
a peach but we have a Pare.
black but we have a Brown
Washrngton but we have Lrncoln
an old well but we have a Newell
snow but we have Frost
a Savmgs Bank but we have a Brookbanks
any rnuffrns but we have M1ffl1ns
a road but we have Allarn
chem lab but we have a Golab
house loan but we have a Carlone
A T O but we have Nadeau
prrrer or a patter but we have a Potter
Superror Court but we have a Rancourt
wmd storm but we have a Sandstrom
red cent but we have a Vrncent
swtss Chard but we have a Rtchard
a lron s den but we have an Amsden
a cow but we have a Dery
a Chrrstmas tree but we have a Noel
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To 0ur Future
We ve had the brtter wrth the sweet
The best rs yet to be
Our fame and fortunes he ahead
Wrthxn us rs the key
To great success and happy days
Our work ts cut and dry
There IS a world that hes rn store
For those who dare to try
We march in step to get ahead
And all of us advance
We ll overcome the qurrks of fate
Wrth only half a chance
And as the years fade one by one
When all our dreams are known
We ll thank the Lord Who led the way
That we were not alone
Wtth those who saw our needs
And we were honor bound that they
Should glory rn our deeds
Whtle revelatton formed our skrlls
And happmess our wrt
It should have been a shameful thrng
For all of us to qurt
But now the portals open wrde
And we have overstayed
There s danger rf we hesrtate
We must not be afrard
The future beckons brrght and clear
We re gutded from above
To face each day wrth dauntless strength
And Truth and Joy and Love
For we were blessed in home and school
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Marsha and Stanley Gertie and John
BEST LOOKING BEST ATHLETES
Betty and Benoit Karen and Kenneth Dolores and Anthony
BEST DANCERS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST DRESSED
Sylvxa and Noel Joan and Lloyd Florence and Roger
SCHOOL POLITICIANS QUIETEST CLASS BLUSHERS
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CLASS CLOWNS MOST POPULAR
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CLASS ARTISTS CLASS SINGERS
Gertrude and Albert Nancy and Frank Florence and Joseph
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT LIVELIEST SAYS LEAST THINKS MOST
Mane and Walter Marsha and James
DID MOST FOR CLASS MOST RESPECTED
Berry and Richard Ruth and John Joan and Donald
CLASS ILADERS CLOCK WATCHERS CLASS DREAMERS
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OND ROW: Nonn Owen, Joe Pellegrini, A1 Kulesa and Denny Proll.
Highlights of the
Led by Capt. Frank Pellegrini, a green and inexperienced team took to the court against some of the better bas
ketball teams in the state.
Suffering from stage fright, Goodwin proceeded to lose its first four games. . .to Hartford Tech, St. Thomas
Seminary, Eli Whitney Tech, and Fitch High, the first three by slim margins.
Finally, on January 3, the eve of Mr. Wi1ber's retirement, the basketball team gave a superb team effort and
won their first game of the season. . .a game long to be remembered by all who saw it, and, in particular, Mr.
The rest of the season saw Goodwin on the short end of the score 12 more times, and the final record was one
win and 16 defeats.
The graduating seniors will leave quite a gap in the starting five next year with only one veteran, Hank Fiora-
Seniors who played are Capt. Frank Pellegrini, Stan Borkowski, John Vetre, Mike Bianco, Rich Dignazio, Rich
Newell, and Tom Lincoln.
The J,V,s are stocked with Juniors and Sophs and have shown a great deal of improvement through the year.
Those boys, who will probably be wearing the Varsity uniforms next year,wil1come from these ranks.
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LEFT to RIGHT: Sunday Russo, Faith Kovitch, Corrine Monico, Christine Mills, Barbara Lynch, Eleanor
LEFT: Thomas Lincoln, catcher, Stanley
Borkowski, second base.
Co -captains Joe Marine and Pat Baldino
led the team to victory in 50010 of the
scheduled games. On May 6,the co -captains
had perfect days at the plate - each getting
4 for 4 in a game against Wilcox Tech.
George Plocharski allowed only 2 hits in the
game and had 3 hits in 4 trips at bat.
On May 13, George Plocharski pitched
a no-hit game against Wilcox at Willow
Brook, score 3-1.
Our team defeated Berlin High 5-1, May
22, and Vinal Tech for a second time 8-'7
at Willow Brook.
A heartbreaking 12 inning decision went
to Hartford Tech in Hartford with a score of
4-3 on May 29. It was George Plocharski's
first pitching loss for the season. Co-
captain Joe Marine had 4 hits for 5 times at
With veterans retuming, namely, Stanley
Borkowski, Stanley Myslinski, Robert Malone
and Thomas Lincoln, Coach Amato expects
a successful 1958 season.
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John DeChesser, first base
Ernie Dagata, outfielder.
Stanley Myslinski, third base.
Co-captains, Joe Marine, centerfieldg Pat Baldino, Pitcher.
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Students and fnends dancmg the B O P
Back of table Nels Nelson Electncal Instnxctor and
Lucxan Lombardx Dxrector drscussmg Goodwm's Socral
LEFT to RIGHT Beverly Chester Robert Wuchert LEFT to RIGHT Merton Madore Jean Savage Ovlde
Wxllxam Grockx, Carl Swanson Judy Robertson chat Albert Noel Dery Jamce Warner Frank Pelllgrxm
trng between dances Paulme Dauphxn talkmg over old tlmes
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LEFT to RIGHT: Karen Gleick, Francis Sonzella,
Beatrice Surdam, George Olson, Georgiana I-lanic
and Ralph Dorbuck dancing a Fox Trot
Prom King and Queen: Charles La Mar and Paula LEFT to RIGHT: Jean Savage, Joyce Yeske,
Genovese swinging to a Fox Trot Benoit Brown and Patricia Kobus
Frank Pelligrini and Theresa Beaumier swinging LEFT to RIGHT! Judy Serra, J0h1'1 VSUG and
to 3 HB O pl' Theresa Beaumier talking over happy school days
LEFT to RIGHT: Paul Neill, Corrine Monico,
Don Robbins, Jean Savage, Francis Sonzella,
Noel Dery and Janice Warner appear to be Karen Gleick, and Janice Warner discussing the
enjoying the Prom success of the Prom
LEFT to RIGHT Kenneth Brown Carol Nesta Allen LEFT to RIGHT Carol Lagasse Frank Pelhgrmr
Leonard Sandra Carubba Walter Rurka Rose Mary Kenneth Brown, Charles LaMar Arthur Ita Jean
Motto enjoylng refreslunents Remeckr enjoymg a toast by Benolt Bromm
New X ,X . Halloween
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LEFT to RIGHT Charles LaMar, Mary Ann Drgnazro LEFT to RIGHT Allen Leonard Theodore Lmger
Rlchard Nadeau Ethel Bubrer hstenmg to Frank Pellr Barbara Levme Carol Nesta pose for a photo durmg
gr1n1's chatter refreshment trme
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Barbara Orlowski, Richard Nadeau, James
Hall, Marie Dumas, Benoit Brown, and
Benny Brown is Goodwin's T.V. dancing representa-
tive on Band Stand. He is ready to begin as soon as
the music starts.
Alumni members make plans for the annual din- The occasion was the presentation of a "Procla-
ner dance. LEFT to RIGHT: Jean Gregory, Jean mation" to retiring Director Herbert H. Wilber,
Michelsen, Henry Czerwinski, John Conti. by Mayor Joseph Morelli. LEFT to RIGHT:
Lucian Lombardi, Mayor Morelli, Kenneth
Brown, President of Student Council and Herbert
Wilber. Mr. Wilber is accepting the Mayor's
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