Hartford Public High School - Yearbook (Hartford, CT)

 - Class of 1951

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K f' Y 1 G 4- f . . , f L R J V Q . 2 'Lf can il 1 f f Tlcu i 'Z nm.. ,QAM 'H I A ff, ' n "'f ij! Broad Street Jah! FOREWORD . . DEDICATION . . OUR PRINCIPAL . OFFICE STAFF . . FACULTY .... CLASS BOOK BOARDS . SENIOR CLASS . . . SENIOR CALENDAR . STUDENT COUNCIL . CLUBS ..... GIRLS SPORTS . . BOYS SPORTS . . . SOCIAL ACTIVITIES . SENIOR NIGHT. . CLUB NIGHT . . HALL OF FAME . . . CLASS OFFICERS . . . CLASS NIGI-IT PROGRAM. ADVERTISEMENTS. . . 'N-. XX ,, Q ll .ff . J Hopkins Street Swwara' Two years before we entered Hartford Public High School, the free nations of the world had laid down their arms, and prayed to God that the peace they had secured would be everlasting. Six years after that armistice, we are again on the threshold of a third international conflagration, which, if ignited, will doubtlessly end in the destruction of mankind. When we began our secondary education, we had before us the goal of securing a well-balanced education. We have achieved it as our minds have matured in the classroom. But we have attained other objectives, which we may not have consciously set before ourselves. We have developed our bodies and sense of fair play in the gymnasium, our personality and poise at social affairs, our leadership and responsibility in extra-curricular activities. Now we must share our acquired assets with others. We must continue to enlighten our minds, to practice fair play, and to assume responsibility and leadership. We must show our gratitude for what Hartford Public High School has given us by giving service to our city, to our state, to our country, and to the world. We must work for peace, that lasting peace that we hoped we had achieved. We must try to reach the misinformed people of our country and of the world, and spread the doctrine of the United Nations. We must practice the prin- ciples of democracy exemplified at Hartford Public High School. Mbmbfz For patient, conscientious, and inspiring teaching, For understanding and consideration of his pupils, For sympathy and fairness in dealing with them, For friendliness and whole-hearted cooperation, e, the Class of 1951, sincerely and gratefully dedicate our Class Book To our friend and teacher, LUTHER GLIDDEN LOUGEE 7 THOMAS J. QUIRK Mr. Quirk talking to Charlie Buzzell For his sincere attention to us as in- dividuals, for his wise advice, for his con- fidence and pride in us, we extend our gratitude to Thomas J. Quirk, our principal and friend. Mary Deming ancl Grace Ramerta, Santina Grella, Marion Scrivener and Helen Kasmonires WWW Alma Goldstein and Martha Hanf, Henry Taylor, and Thomas Quirk Elinor Childs and Rosa Hafey Barbara Rercig Barbara Brooks in the in the Library Book Room H Pu' H X is K in WP xl . 'Q f ' xx , w-X W 1 121119 :1-1.-1 asf S- S' ,. 313 gl, sf Q Q M gr ,fw"' 5' , n ,gf .J il ' s my X A 1 Ex Y X. , J C ,, 5 3 v' l 21' , K W W gr, W , . ,A . W an v . A . E 2 V 1 1-www , 1,u, , 6 ig: E I 1 Q, w W 'Y I T iq N if X . N 5 A. gli f 1 J . L I A 1 ,' ' - af V ' W X T ,FW F V my Qi gy . r 4 ima Am M k 'tk X 9' K NK, 5 , A tw ' 5 ' -4 1 .GY A as X. X V F, kms A 1' v A g X 1 A ,Ik V335 MW lv . ,, .V. . . i Ji w wx Q Q if 1 f e if fn . 'lp ! .. My bf s i f i as Q! sis S S 3 U' Geraldine Squarey ART BOARD Left to right: Alice Emmons, Jack Surabian, Stanley Shilensky, Eva Anderson, Marie Page Naomi Pennisi. A255 50624 tgfrzh TYPING BOARD t to right: Genevieve Staron, Patricia Vandecar, Vivian Tummillo, Theresa Veroneau. .4 APPRECIATION This classbook could never have been accomplished with- out the endless patience and valuable time that Miss Florrie Alderson, Mr. M. Stewart Huey, and Miss Geraldine Squarey so willingly gave. The members of the Editorial, Busi- ness, Art, and Typing Boards want to thank Miss Alderson for making this classbook one that the Class of '51 can cer- tainly be proud of, to thank Mr. Huey for handling the ever-important financial end, and to thank Miss Squarey for all the art work that adds that special something to our book. For the many lists, the in- formation sheers, and the book- keeping which is a part of the classbook work, we thank Miss Alma Goldstein and Mrs. San- tina I. Grella. For the many notices we had mimeographed, we are grateful to Miss Grace P. Rametta. For all the hours spent in proof-reading, we ex- press our gratitude to Miss Ruby L. Mead. if Ps M ' 1. f N4 Ay Q f J?" it 55' L, gif' 1, 5 4 . v 'N 8 5 rf Q ,Q Q! 1 Q' fa 'if' ff? I .10 I Wi 1 Paaujgf W P4252 X DONALD RICHARD ABRAMSON DON "Friends should he preferred to kings." A good-natured, friendly, well-mannered fellow is Don. He is always willing to lend his classmates a helpful hand. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club 2. No demerits. University of Connecticut. SHIRLEY FRANCES ADAMS SHIRL "Only her ahility outshines her personality." Known to all as one of our most industrious students, Shirley has proved that she can be equally outstanding as an energetic cheerleader or as a graceful dancer. Her 'presence at any function has insured its success. West Middle School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council, Good Citizenship Committee 2, Secretary 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, Junior Executive 3, Treasurer 4, Chemistry 4, Astronomy Club 3, Secretary 4, Cheerleader 3, Letter 4, Girls Basketball Team 1, Emblem in Basketball, Freshman Girls Club, Junior Prom Usher, Senior Reception Usher, Class Book Editorial Board. Never late, no demerits. Colby College. GERALDINE MILDRED AHEARN GER! "Dance, laugh, and he merry." Happy, carefree Gerry takes a geinuine interest in both work and play. Appealing personality and ability on the dance floor have combined to make her one of our active social lights. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, 2, Freshman Girls Club. MARJORIE BURT AKIN MARGIB "Her voice, her smile, her look, her way Breather a sense of pleasure on any day." Be it fair or foul weather, Marjorie's cheerful countenance is never altered. With Marjorie participating, a good time is surely to be enioyed. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League Representative 2, 3, 4, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club, Senior Reception Usher. No demerits. ELVIRA M. ALMADA ALVA "For she was just the quiet kind whose nature never varies." In Elvira one finds stability of character, extreme modesty, and sincere purpose. She is a kind and cheerful classmate, New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, Girls Bowling Group 2, Freshman Girls Club. EVA MARIA ANDERSON "I do love to note and observe." Whether it's in music, art, or words, Eva keenly expresses her individuality. Sincerity and consideration for others make her a cherished friend. New Yark Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Freshman Girls Club, Class Book Art Board. No demerits. , New Haven State Teachers College. FLORENCE R. ANDERSON FLOSSIE "Laughing, talking, full of fun." just ask the host of friends that Florence has made here, and they will tell you she has that fun-loving temperament we all appreciate. Moylan-Wilson School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Softball Team 1, Emblem in Soft- ball, Freshman Girls Club. Never absent, never late. KENNETH R. ANDERSON KEN "For he fears none." Ken is a man of few words. An all-around athlete, he has not had much time to show his ability ih school athletics. 4 Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, . CAROL ANN ARNOLD "A constant, loving, nohle nature." Carol is the answer to the question why gentlemen prefer blondes. Cheerful and obliging, she has the personality to win friends and success. Our Lady of Sorrows School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 3, "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, Cheerleader 4, Baton Twirler 2, Freshman Girls Club, Scholastic Writing Award, Honor- able Mention 2. No demerits. Teachers College of Pennsylvania. ENOS HENRY ARNOLD, JR. BUMPY "Who mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth." Enter the gentleman with the G. I. haircut. Modesty and ability tell Enos's success story. How he had time to study with all his outside interests is still a question. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Junior City Council 4, National Honor Society 5, 4, Student Council 4, Good Citizenship Committee, Chairman, Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Chemistry Club, President 4, Physics Club, Secretary 3, Inter-High Choir 1, Boys Leaders Corps 2, Graduation Usher, Class Book Editorial Board, Editor, Senior Reception Committee, School Basketball Team 4, Nutmeg Boys State 3. Never late, no demerits. GLENN ROBERT ASTLES "Personal appearance! H ow it does count." Well-dressed and good-looking, this Hartfordite is constantly bubbling over with wit and good humor. With that red hair, he will never be lost in a crowd. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2. No demerits. Boston University. MARIANNE ATTANASIO "S he touches nothing but she adds charm." Charm, sweetness, and consideration for others are but few of Marianne's wonderful character traits. An unassuming, friendly manner and a smile that doesn't wear off have won her a warm spot in our hearts. West Middle School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, ll Circolo Italiano 2, 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. JUNE DELORES BAKER "Something of happiness, something of care, All that is honorahle, true, and fair." june possesse a sparkling personality that has made her one of the best-liked members of our class. This quality, along with many others, is bound to bring success her way. Immaculate Conception School. Student Council, Club Committee 33 Athletic Asssocia- tion 2, 3, Secretary 4g Girls League 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 4g World Problems Club 45 "Owlet" Business Board, Circulation 25 Girls Leaders Corps 4, Girls Archery Club 2. No demerits. Mercy Hospital, Springfield, Massachusetts. RICHARD STANLEY BARNES DICK "A friend is worth all hazards we can run." Dick is a friendly fellow with a carefree manner and a heart of gold. He always has a good joke or story to tell. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 43 Senior Boys Club 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 2, School Swimming Team 3. Connecticut Engineering Institute. THERESA DOLORES BARR TERRY "To he wise we must first learn to he happy." Theresa is regarded as one of our most enjoyable classmates because of her friendly disposition and spirit of fun. She is sincere of purpose and considerate of others. Saints Cyril and Methodius School. Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. DIANA JOAN BART "Through her smiles she has won our hearts." Undertaking. at Hartford High many things that the ordinary student would find too overwhelming, vibrant and versatile Diana has accomplished them all with individual success. Her willingness to assume responsibility has' made her a classmate much in demand. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Student Council, Good Citizenship Committee 4, Girls League 3, 4, Junior Prom Committeeg Class Book Business Board. Never late, no demerits. ALLEN S. BARTLETT AL "A merry hear! goes all day." Allen is a talkative, ever-smiling young man. He always seems to be enjoying life. Zllest Middle School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Senior Choir 2, 3, . SHURLEY ANNE BEEMAN SHURL "A good laugh is sunshine in a house." Coming to our school last year, Shurley immediately became a companionable member of our class. With a mischievous twinkle in her bright eyes, she seems to be enjoying a never- ending joke. Thomaston High School, Thomaston, Connecticut. Girls League 3, 4. LUC JOSEPH BEGIN PEEWEE "A pal good and true." In the short time Luc has been attending our school, he has been observed to be always full of good cheer and willing to help a classmate. Saint joseph junior High School. Athletic Association 33 Senior Boys Club 3, 45 Le Cercle Francais 3. RICHARD NORMAND BEGIN DING DING "Propriety of manners and consideration of other: are the two main characteristics of a gentleman." We introduce here an amiable fellow of modesty and neat attire. One of his favorite pastimes is dancing. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 43 Senior Choir 3. Hartford Trade School. ANNA MARIE BELL ANNABELLE "A maiden never boldff ' Never forward, but always modest and pleasant, is Anna. Her genuine sincerity and true friendliness mark her as one worth knowing. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 39 Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Chronicle" , Business Board 33 Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. DORIS EVA BELLE-ISLE "Her way: are way: of plea.tantne.fr." Doris, unassuming in manner, is a good combination of modesty and friendliness. Such a personality has earned the reward of many friends. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 33 Girls League 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. PAUL S. BERNARDO "I f but a few :ball know my worth, and proudly call me friend." A more amiable and sincere fellow than Paul cannot be found in the Senior Class. His talents have enhanced performances of the Italian Club and our musical organizations. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 45 - Junior Boys Club 25 Il Circolo Italiano 2, Executive Committee 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, Assistant Conductor 3, 4, Boys Glee Club 4, President 35 Senior Choir 3, 4, Inter-High Choir 2, 3. No demerits. PATRICIA JOAN BIGNAMI PATTI "Wit ix the salt of conversation." To the casual observer, Pat may seem quiet and shy. However, those who know her best enjoy her placid manner and witty talk. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 23 Girls League 2 ,3. GRACE J. BONGIOVANNI GRAY SALLY ANN BLAKESLEE "A sweet dirporition ir not the leart of her charms." Sally can always be counted on for a bit of good advice. Usually seen devoting herself to her studies, she has been well rewarded for her industry. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Academia , Latina 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. ROBERT JAMES BOESCH BOB "The greater! happinerr comer from the greatest aclivityf' Bob is an energetic senior interested in all kinds of school events. His witty remarks and keen interest in social affairs have made him a popular member of our class. Noah Webster School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, HPHS Dramatic Club 3, 4, Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Astronomy Club 4, Physics Club 3, Senior Choir 3. No demerits. Trinity College. ALFRED BOLDUC BULL MOOSE " 'Tir much he dares." Frank and energetic manner, broad chest held high, firm heels clicking down the cor- ridor-here comes Alfred, overflowing with good humor. His favorite topic of conversation is skiing, for which he has boundless enthusiasm. Rundlett Junior High School, Concord, New Hampshire. Senior Boys Club 4, School Football Team 2. Oslo University, Oslo, Norway. By her many charms, apparition she rlirarmrf' Vim, vigor and vitality, these words bear repetition in describing Grace. Her habitual friendliness and constant desire to be of help to all have brought her to the front ranks of populrity. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, ll Circolo Italiano 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, 3, Academia Latina 2, 3, 4, Chemistry'Club 4, World Problems Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls Golf Group 3, Emblem in Volley Ball. No demerits. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. ELAINE ANNE BOTHWELL ' "Play for love of the game." Elaine is full of energy and spirit, particularly toward anything of athletic nature. She is good-hearted, too, and extremely kind to everyone. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, HPHS Debating Club 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Archery Club 1, 2, Girls Basket- ball Team 2, Girls Softball Team 2, 3, Girls Bowling Group 4, Girls Tennis Group 2, Girls Golf Group 2, 3, Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Emblem in Baseball and Basketball, Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. PAULINE A. BOUDREAU "A wonderful thing it ir to keep a runny mood." Pauline, even-tempered and industrious, wears an everlasting smile, which indicates a sunny disposition. Those who know Pauline well will remember her as a sympathetic and loyal friend. Saint joseph junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, Girls Archery Club 2. SYLVIA S. BOYAJIAN SIL "To know her i: to love her." Dark-haired, vivacious Sylvia is gifted with a lovely singing voice. Her gentleness of manner and spirit of gaiety are two of her finest qualities. Moylan-Wilson School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Il Circolo Italiano 2, Italian Chorus 2, 3, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Inter-High Choir 3, Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. GRACE E. BROOKS "She i: fair, divinely fair, fit love for G'ovl:." Grace's beauty and charming personality have made her popular among her classmates. Her ease of making friends is the envy of many. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. ELIZABETH CATHERINE BROWN BBITY "Be gracious to all." All agree that Betty's amiable disposition and pleasant understanding are characteristics to be proud of. She is seldom seen without a smile and a twinkle in her eye. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club. ROBERT GERALD BURBANK Bon "What hi: heart think: hi: tongue :peak:." - Bob's keen affection for "bop" music is unparalleled. He is a witty, outspoken fellow, who pays a great deal of attention to his clothes. West Middle School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Junior Boys Club 2, School Football Team 2. Morse College. SANDRA MARGARET BURGER SANDY "Happy am I, from care l'm free." Our hard-working head majorette, Sandy, is endowed with a natural cheerfulness, which contributes to her happy-go-lucky personality. Her goodness of heart and kindness to others are two traits which make her such a well-liked person. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Italian Chorus 3, Chemistry Club 4, Majorette 2, 3, Head Maiorette 4, Girls Basketball Team 2, Girls Swimming Group 3, Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Freshman Girls Club. Never late. Hanford Hospital School of Nursing. CHARLES HENRY BUZZELL Buzz "Wherever the bright :un :hall :hine there :hall :hine the hrightne:: of hi: fame." Sincerity, courtesy, kindliness, and capable leadership have won Charlie a warm place in the hearts of his fellow classmates. Through his wholehearted and vigorous support, many school functions have benefited. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Junior City Council 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, President 4, Senior Boys Club 3, President 4, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Astronomy Club 4, Monogram Club 4, School Football Team 3, 4, School Track Team 3, 4, "H" in Track 3, 4, Football 4, All-State Honorable Mention, Football 4, Senior Reception Usher, Senior Banquet Committee, Class Book Business Board, Class Night Chairman. Brown University. JUNE MARIE ELIZABETH CAHILL S1zzY AGNES J. BYRNE "Alwayr ready for work or plearuref' Pert and bewitching in manner, Agnes has turned many of our serious moments into merry ones. Her appealing smile, friendly disposition, and willingness to co-operate foretell a successful life. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, "Chronicle" Business Board, Typist 4, "Owlet" Business Board l, 3, Assistant Circulation Manager 4, Freshman Girls Club. MICHAEL JOSEPH CACQHIOTTI MIKE , "Men of few word: are the bert men." ' Mike is a quiet lad, very easy to get along with. His belief that the Yankees are the best team draws him into constant debate. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Physics Club 3, Inter-High Choir 1. Never late. I SALVATORE RICHARD CACCOMO "Jun the kind whore nature never varierf' There is a certain something in Sal's nonchalant and easy-going manner that makes everyone feel a warm friendship for him. We've certainly enjoyed having him as a classmate. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club, Treasurer 3, School Baseball Team 2, 3, School Basketball Team, Manager 33 in Basketball 3. No demerits. The :mall courterier .vweeten life, the greater ennoble it." New to our school this year, June-Marie has become a welcome member. She has proved to be generous to help and agreeable to know. Amherst High School, Amherst, Massachusetts. Girls League 4, "Owlet" 'Business Board, Circulation 4. RAYMOND P. CALLAHAN RAY "To look up and not down, to look forward and not back." ' Curly-haired Ray has demonstrated constancy of purpose in his determination to obtain an education despite all obstacles. He is a genial fellow, who loves sports, especially football. Gilbert High School, Winsted, Connecticut. Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 4. No demerits. JAMES TIM CANTY "The greatest bappinerr comer from the greatest activity." Jim, through great determination, became a star runner for the school. His attitude about getting things done has given him a good reputation to live up to. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Basketball Team 2, School Cross-Country Team 3, 4, School Track Team 3, 4, "H" in Cross-Country 3. ELIZABETH ANN CARRIER BETTY "Always good and kind." Betty is that sociable and friendly type of girl whom we all like to have around. A hard worker, yet she managed to combine business with pleasure. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Bowling Group 3, 45 Emblem in Bowling 2. PAUL DOUGLAS CARRINGTON "I am a part of all I have met." Paul seems to be in constant motion. He is a sincere, good-hearted fellow. West Middle School. Senior Boys Club 3, 4. LILLIAN LORRAINNE CARSON "To endeavor is to succeed." Loquacious and vivacious Lillian has an unlimited amount of vitality and pep. Through her willingness to help, she has won many friends. Milford High, Milford, Connecticut. Athletic Association 2, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Basketball Team 1, 2, Freshman Girls Club. BERNARD EDWARD CAVANAUGH "The force of his own merit make: his way." Bernard is a quiet and reserved 'fellow, who has a keen interest in science. In fact, he takes a serious, responsible attitude towards all school activities in which he participates. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 43 Junior Boys Club 23 Projectioneers 3, President 4. Never absent, never late, no demerits. ROBERT M. CHAISSON "Pay no attention to trouble, and trouble will pay no beed to you." Happy-go-lucky and well-dispositioned is Bob. He finds his time is well used up trying to avoid trouble or trying to get out of it. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2. University of Connecticut. JOHN NICHOLAS CHAMPA "To be wire, we must ,int learn to be happy." John's sense of humor brightened many of his classes. There will always be happiness where John travels. V Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 33 Senior Boys Club 3. I LORRAINE MARILYN CHAMPURY ' RED "I'm :ure care if an enemy to life." Lorraine's red hair and sparkling eyes clearly accentuate her vivacity. Constantly cheer- ful, she is usually laughing and talking. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Chronicle" Business Board 45 Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club lg Girls Softball Team l, 2g Girls Volley Ball Team 2, Emblem in Softball 1, 2g Freshman Girls Club. RITA C. CHARTIER "Peaceful as dew-mill." Through these years with us, Rita has gained repute for her fine, quiet manner. We have appreciated her loyal friendship. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Archery Club 25 Girls Bowling Group 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 2. Never late. THERESA ANN CHIARIZIO TERRY "So cheerful, gay, and happy." Theresa's friendly personality is generally admired. She is a grand person, capable of doing any task put before her. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Il Circolo Italiano 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Italian Chorus 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4, Senior Choir 2, Inter-High Choir 2, Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Emblem in Volley Ball 3. Never late, no demerits. , A gs Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. WALTER BRUCE CHUDWICK SONNY "Good nature it the very air ofa good mind, and the Jign of a large and generour heart." Sonny's good-natured disposition has made him a welcome member of any group. Genuine, sincere, and well-mannered, he is sure to find success and happiness in the future. West Middle School. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 2. FRANCIS JACOB CIAK FRANK "Steadiness ir lhe foundation of all 1firlueJ." Even though Fran entered 'our class late, he made many friends quickly. With his ideals he will definitely go far. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 33 Senior Boys Club 3. No demerits. DOROTHY ELLEN CIRIGLIANO Do'r'r1E "Kind look: foretell ar hind a heart within." Dorothy just beams with good will and desire to do things well. She applies her energy to whatever she undertakes, whether it be scholastic or social. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Owlet" Business Board, Circulation Manager 43 Never late, no demerits. c A HELEN MARIE CLAFFEY CLAYFIE "A fair and friendly lass is she." Good-natured, dependable, and capable, Helen offers not only a friendly countenance but also an attractive one. It is always fun to be with her. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Student Council 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Owler" Business Board 3, 4, Girls Bowling Group 3, Freshman Girls Club, Senior Night Committee. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. OWEN ANTON CLARK TONY "Enjoy the present day, trusting very little to the morrow." Why is genius often hidden? Tony's potentialities, scholastically and socially, were never fully demonstrated although everyone knew of his swimming ability. His interesting palaver in the cafeteria always made him the center of attraction. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Student Council 1, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club l, 2, Assistant Treasurer 1, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, "H" in Swimming 3, 4, Graduation Usher. ROBERT AUGUSTUS CLARK BOBBY "Worth makes the man." Courteous, unassuming, and industrious are words that describe Bob most effectively. He has won several laurels in cross-country and track. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association, Vice President 3: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, School Cross-Country Team 2, 3, 4, School Track Team 2, 3, 4, in Track 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Second Place Award, State Invitation Meets. ROSARIA ELLEN COCIVERA SADIB "Her talents are many, her cares are few." Vivacious Sadie, with her friendly ways, has won many hearts. Besides being attractive, Sadie has talent in music and dancing. Henry Barnard Junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, ll Circolo Italiano 2, 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, Accompanist 3, 4, World Problems Club 3, Girls Glee Club, Vice President 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Inter-High Choir 2, Secretary 3, HPHS Orchestra 3, 4, Accompanist, Freshman Choir 2, Glee Club 4, Senior Choir 4. No demerits. Julius Hartt School of Music. . MARGARET ELIZABETH COLLINS MARGE "The world is all before me." Margaret molds friendliness, sincerity, and cheerfulness into a personality worth know- ing. Her light-hearted spirit has a contagious effect on whomever she meets. Saint Peter's School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman- Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Basketball Team 2, Girls Softball Team 2, Emblem in Basketball. No demerits. X. Catholic University. PENELOPE COLMOND PENNY "Laughter and chatter are my concern." Penny is famous for her gentle bantering and mischievous ways. She is also outstanding musically, as she is an accomplished pianist. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Academia Latina 3, Girls Glee Club 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, HPHS Orchestra 3, President 4, Girls Archery Club 2, Girls Softball Team 2, 3, Emblem in Softball 2, 3. Never late. Boston University. JOYCE STEVENS COOKSLEY Moocx-I "Style is the dress of thoughts." Many HPHS clubs have benefited by Joyce's unending industry. She also has been observed to have good taste in clothes. - Saint Joseph's School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Yuletide Committee 4, Sketch Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Astronomy Club 4, World Problems Club 2, 3, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 2, Freshman Girls Club, Senior Night Committee. Connecticut College for Women. JAMES JOSEPH COOPE JIM "The first test of a truly great man is his humility." Untiring in his efforts in many fields, Jim contributed to the football team spark and speed and to the Boys Club dependability and leadership, and in every activity he demon- strated the modesty that truly fine people possess. He was above all true to his word and considerate of the well-being of others. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Treasurer 4, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club, Program Chairman 4, Monogram Club 4, Vice President 3, School Football Team 3, 4, "H" in Football 3, 4, Senior Reception Usher, Senior Night Committee, Senior Recep7 tion Committee. University of Connecticut. ALFRED JOHN CURNOW Ace "Calmly I go my way." Al's calmbility as a golfer and basketball player and also his tranquil manner have made him a favorite with his classmates. His sincerity and friendly attitude were keys that opened the way to much of his success. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Biology Club 2, "Owlet" Editorial Board 3, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, School Cross-Country Team 1, 2, 3, School Track Team 1, 2, School Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4, in Golf 1, 3. Springfield College. PAULINE THERESA DAME "A person unequalled, a sportsmen complete." With Pauline, tennis and golf come first. Her enthusiasm for sports, her cheerful nature, and her sincere manner make her a friend to be sought. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders Corps 3, Girls Archery Club 2, Girls Swimming Group 3, Girls Badminton Group 4, Girls Bowling Group 2, 3, Girls Tennis Group 4, Girls Golf Group 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 4. MURRAY DANIELS "Logic is logic. Thafs all I say." Murray's scholastic ability has been proved throughout his four years, especially in mathematics and physics. In addition, he has publicly displayed his debating skill. Noah Webster School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Hopkins Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Chess Club 2, Physics Club 3, "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, 3, 4, School Basketball Team 3, Manager 4, School Tennis Team 3, 4, in Basketball 3, 4, Graduation Usher, Junior Marshal, Guglielmo Marconi Physics nze. Tufts College. BARBARA ANN DANIELSON Bonnie . "Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm." Barbara is a light-hearted member of our class, who gets along well with everybody Lively and talkative, she is usually full of excitement. U Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 39 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman- Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, Freshman Girls Club. SELDON B. DANIELSON, JR. "Always happy, always gay, glad to see him come our way." Carefree and likeable, Seldon will always be remembered by his classmates for his easy-going manner. Where frolicking, laughter, and high spirits are found, Seldon is usually right in the middle. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, junior Prom Committee, Senior Night Committee. THERESA MARIE DANIS TERRY "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' Terry has always been a firm believer of the saying, "Smile and the world smiles with you." She is never seen without a cheerful countenance. Many of us know the value of having such a true and sincere friend. Bulkeley High School. Athletic Association 45 Girls League 3, 4, Girls Bowling Group 43 Girls Tennis Group 4. No demerits. h 3 2 's ELL .... .. PHYLLIS KAY DAVIS PHYL "Her countenance reflects her charming personality." Attractive Phyllis, one of our most talented baton twirlers, radiates an air of friendli- ness and good humor, wherever she goes. We all have admired her efforts to get from Glee Club to English Class on time. Brighton High School, Brighton, Massachusetts. Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 "Owlet" Business Board 4g Girls Glee Club 4g Senior Choir 43 School Band, Majorette 45 Girls Softball Team 23 Girls Golf Group 3. No demerits. BERNICE M. DEMEO "Beauty is the gift of God." Demure Bernice could go a long way on just her looks alone. But she has other assets -charm of manner and industrious purpose. West Middle School. Athletic Association 1, 23 Girls League 2, 3, 4. JOHN PAUL DENINO "True merit makes but little noise." John's dependable nature has won the respect of all his teachers and classmates. He has been an ardent and enthusiastic supporter of all HPHS athletic events. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 Junior Boys Club 23 Senior Choir 4. Never late. NOELLA J. DESAUTELS "0.' hless'd with temper, whose unclouded ray Can make tomorrow cheerful as today." ' Noella is a dark-haired, attractive young woman who is as pretty as her name. She is endowed with the sweetest of dispositions. Saint Mary's Academy of the Visitation, Providence, Rhode Island. Girls League 4. Never absent, never late, no demerits. BARBARA FRANCES DESCHENE BOB "Her virtues are natural." Modest and unassuming, Barbara is a lady who is truly liked by those who are fortunate enough to know her. She is always ready to cooperate in school ventures. Alfred E. Burr junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late. LORRAINE GABRIELLE DESFOSSES A Lonnie "I am wealthy in my friends." Smart in appearance and alert in conversation, Lorraine meets people easily. As a class- mate, she is agreeable and willing to assist. Saint Ann's School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Girls League 2, 3, 4g Le Cercle Francais 2, 35 Senior Choir 2, 3, Girls Badminton Group 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 1, Emblem in Volley Ballg Freshman Girls Club. EDWARD ROBERT DEVOE HOOP "He is a gallant gentleman." Eagle-eyed Ed has displayed his skill on the basketball court. This handsome popular senior with such a pleasing personality should have a successful life. L New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 45 Senior Boys Club 45 School Basket- ball Team 2, 3, 4, "H" in Basketball 4. ANNE M. DIBERNARDI N MARY "Sunny people make cloudy days seem short." All agree that Anne's sparkling eyes, captivating smile, and sense of humor make her an attractive individual. She is indeed a delightful friend. Lewis High School, Southington, Connecticut. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 "Owlet" Business Board, Circulation 4. PAUL JAMES DIDOMENICO DBDB "A good :tart and the race ix half won." Paul is a grand fellow, well liked by all. As a runner, he has been one of the real stars of our track team. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Italian Chorus 2, HPHS Orchestra 2, 3, 4g School Band 3, 4, Mono- gram Club 3, 4g School Cross-Country Team 3, 4, School Track Team 3, 4, in Cross- Country 45 Track 3, 4, Member of State Championship Cross-Country Team 4. Art School of Fashion. BARBARA ANN DIEHL BOBBIE "Why aren't they all contented like me?" Barbara's good humor and cheery smile in the corridor and classrooms will always be remembered. We know that she will brighten any situation wherever she goes. Qominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, . THOMAS ANTHONY DIMARCO . Tom Tom "A person urtequalled, a .rportrmart complete." Tom's prowess on the football field has gained for him the acclaim of his fellow students. But the King's crown of the Junior Prom was won by good nature and the ease with which he makes friends. Moylan-Wilson School. Student Council 4, Social Committee, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Senior Boys Club 4, Secretary 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 3, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Astronomy Club 3, President 4, HPHS Orchestra 3, School Band 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Football Team 2, 3, Captain 4, "H" in Football 3, 4, All-District Football 3, 4, All-State Football Honorable Mention 4, Junior Prom Committee, Chairman, Class Book Business Board, King of Junior Prom. BARBARA ANN DONAHUE BOBBIE "Blessed with that charm, the certainty to please." Barbara has such a winning smile and friendly disposition that anyone she comes in contact with could not help liking her at once. Her enthusiasm for football games and her unwavering support of all our other school affairs put her in the class with the loyal members of our school. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club. MARY ELLEN DOWD "She ir pretty to walk with and witty to talk with." Mary's warm friendship and personal charm greet both a chance acquaintance and an old friend in equal degrees. Though soft-spoken and unassuming, her modest capability has created one of our sweetest and most outstanding fashion models. Litchfield High School, Litchfield, Connecticut. Student Council, Cafeteria Committee 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Badminton Group 4, Freshman Girls Club, Class Book Business Board. ROBERT T. DOWNES "A little fun now and then is relithed by the bert of men." Carefree Bob's jests have added to the pleasures of his classmates. The way he just happened to beat the last bell in the morning was an amazing feat. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Monogram Club 4, School Football Team 2, 3, 4, School Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, School Track Team 3, 4, "H" in Football 4, junior Prom Usher, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Reception Usher, Class Book Business Board. University of Connecticut. GEORGE C. DUGGAN ' BUD "Where there'.r light, there'.f laughter." A jovial disposition and a frank look has George, who fits in well with his classmates. His genial spirit and sincerity are but a few of his many fine qualities. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3. 4, junior Boys Club 1, 2, Projectioneers 4. Never late. University of Connecticut. RICHARD JOSEPH DUPREE JOE "Diligence is rewarded ." In Richard we found the line combination of a true friend and an ambitious student. We think, however, that beneath his serenity there is more than just a quiet nature. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 2, Senior Boys Club 3, 4. University of Connecticut. I FRANCIS EDWARD DYLAG "A happy-tempered bringer of the best." Here is a fair young fellow with a twinkle in his eye. Serious, too, Francis has ambition to succeed. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 43 Senior Boys Club 4. FLORENCE LILLIAN EDWARDS "For she was just the quiet kind." Quiet, but friendly and cheerful, is Florence. An unassuming manner and a sincere nature are part of her make-up. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. MARY KATHERINE EGAN "It is tranquil people who accomplish much." Mary's' quiet, yet friendly, nature has won for her the admiration and endearment of all her fellow classmates. Combining so successfully a radiant smile, she is the obvious proof that to know her better is to like her better. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. ALICE WRIGHT EMMONS ALLIE "Sweetness of disposition charms the soul." Alice's sunny manner entices us to join in her merriment at all times. A fun-loving spirit and a personal charm are not her only assets, for she has contributed generously of her talent in art. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 4', Girls League, Yuletide Committee 4, Sketch Club 2, 3, President 4, Girls Swimming Group 35 Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Class Book Art Board. No demerits. New Haven State Teachers College. HAROLD EVERY HAL "Fair play is a jewel." Hal is a conscientious fellow whose main interest is the following of all sporting activities. No matter where one of our teams faced their opponents, Hal was always there cheering the team. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 4. Never late. University of Connecticut. R. GEORGE FENTNER REBEL "Why work when play is so much fun?" ' Reg came to us a few years ago from below the Mason-Dixon line, which fact explains his nickname. Easy-going, he has won many life-long friends. Anacostia High School, Washington, D. C. Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4. .0 ,g Edmond, fun-loving and contented, seems to have enjoyed his years at HPHS. His classmates, in return, have gained pleasure from knowing so aifable a fellow. Saint Albert's Seminary, Middletown, New York. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 43 HPHS Debating Club 4g Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, President 4. Boston University. Tom's ability to see the bright side of life makes him a favorite with his fellow class- mates. His witty remarks afforded great amusement. Immaculate Conception School. Athletic Association 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2. Through two years, Marilou has proved outstanding as a cheerleader. Full of high spirit, she has made many days brighter through her gift of humor. Moylan-Wilson School. Student Council, Social Committee 3, Scholarship Committee 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4g Senior Choir 33 Cheerleader 3, 4, Letter 4, Freshman Girls Club. MARGUERITE ELIZABETH FERGUSON PEGGY "There it no corrnetic for beauty like bappinerrf' Here is a girl with a merry and frank look in her expressive dark eyes. Wherever Marguerite goes the atmosphere rings with laughter. Berlin High School, Berlin, Connecticut. Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 3, 4, Girls Basketball Team 3. Never late. 'G RICHARD R. FERRARIS DICK "I love life." Dick seems to enjoy the company of the fair sex. His happy smile and glowing per- sonality no doubt account for his popularity. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 2. University of Connecticut. RICHARD LAWRENCE FISCHER "Trifler make perfection, but perfection is no trifle." Richard's capability to do mathematical problems, no matter how arduous, has made him a ,"whiz" in that subject. A masterful debater with an unsurpassed feeling of common sense, he has been recognized in his class as an intelligent thinker. Moylan-Wilson School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Athletic Association 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 25 Hopkins Debating Club 2, 4, President 39 Der Deutsche Verein 3, '4, Biology Club 2, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 45 Physics Club 3g School Cross-Country Team 1, Graduation Usher, Senior Reception Usher. No demerits. EDMOND FITZPATRICK FITZ "I have a beart with room for every joy." THOMAS C. F ITZSIMMONS FITZ "Give me your smile." MARILOU KATHRYN FLANNIGAN FLIP "True wit is nature to advantage dre.f.r'd." in? ' DOROTHY CRAWFORD FLEMING HOPPY "To a young heart, everything ir fun." ' Talkative and ready with her joke, Hoppy's merry nature is a quick remedy to chase away anyone's blues. Her performance on the football field as a majorette is evidence of her line spirit of loyalty to HPHS. - Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Italian Chorus 35 Academia Latina 2, 35 Chemistry Club 45 Senior Choir 35 Maiorette 3, 45 Freshman- Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 25 Girls Basketball Team 1, 25 Girls Softball Team 15 Girls Swimming Group 33 Emblem in Basketball5 Freshman Girls Clubg Emma L. Warner Latin Prize5 Thomas Snell Weaver English Prize. Never late, no demerits. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. CATHERINE PATRICIA FLYNN KAY "Sweetne.tr of dirporition charms the soul." Being just her unassuming and modest self is a characteristic which comes with great ease to sweet and genial Catherine. She truly represents the saying, "To have a friend is to be one." Holy Trinity junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 45 Girls League 3, 4. No demerits. KATHLEEN T. FOLEY KAY "With a smile upon her lips." Katie's friendly manner and radiant personality have won her many admiring friends. Her laughter is infectious. Have you ever heard that delicate little sneeze of hers? Immaculate Conception School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Badminton 3. Never late, no demerits. CAROLE MARIE FRANCO "We are the muric-makers and we are the dreamer: of dreamt." Topping the list of talent in our class is Carol, whose beautiful voice has been a joyful asset to the many musical groups in the school. With this talent and a lovely gracious manner, she should gain outstanding recognition in the musical world. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Il Circolo Italiano 2, 3, Vice President 45 Girls Glee Club 2, 3, President 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 45 Inter-High Choir 2, 3. Never late. MARY G. FRANZO "The only way to have a friend ir to he one." Mary possesses many sterling qualities. Whatever she does is undertaken with sincerity of purpose. Her friendship is a true friendship. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Il Circolo Italiano 2, 3, Secretary 45 Girls Swimming Group 3. No demerits. ALBERT WALTER FREITAG AL "Nothing is achieved hefore it he thoroughly attempted." Al's dexterity in acrobatics has put him in a class of his own. He is a fellow of sincere purpose, one who is a genuine friend. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 25 Boys Leaders Corps 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. Never late. BARBARA ANN FRISS BOBBY "The milder! manner: and the genllert heart." Barbara has these qualities of a fine character: gentleness, sincerity, thoughtfulness, and courtesy. We all know, too, her clever artistic abilities. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 4, Girls League 2, 4, Italian Chorus 3, Sketch Club 2, 3, 4, Emblem in Volley Ball 1, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no emerits. BETTY LOU GADEGARD "And that smile, like sunshine, dart: into many a runlerr heart." Betty's warm smile seems to infect all those about her. She creates an atmosphere of good cheer wherever she goes. New Park Avenue School. Student Council 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, Girls Tennis Group 2, Girls Golf Group 4, UNESCO Committee 4, Freshman Girls Club, Junior Prom Committee. McLean Hospital School of Nursing, Waverly, Massachusetts. DORIS F. GAGNON CINDY "Cart away care." Doris has an affable, sincere nature that makes her welcome as a friend. Her carefree spirit is evident in the way she walks and talks. Saint Ann's School. Athletic Association 1, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4, Il Circolo Italiano 3, 4, Italian Chorus 3, "Owlet" Business Board Assistant Advertising Manager 3, Senior Choir 2, Girls Archery Club 1, Tennis Group 3, UNESCO Committee, Freshman Girls Club. JEAN FRANCES GAGNON "Her ways are way: o f plearantnerrf' Petite and amiable is Jean. Her unassuming manner in school is counterbalanced by her jovial attitude out of school. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Leaders Corps 3, Girls Basketball Team 2, 3, Girls Softball Team 2, Girls Bowling Group 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 2, 3, Emblem in Basketball and Baseball. Never late. , MICHAEL VINCENT GALASYN MIKE "A man of few words, but many thoughts." Mike prefers being a quiet observer rather than a boisterous participant. His sense of humor is appreciated by only the rare few who know him well. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Junior Boys Club 1, Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3. Connecticut College of Pharmacy. JOHN PATRICK GALLAGHER JACK "I will find a way or make one." Modest in character and serene in manner, Jack approaches either a mathematical problem or a pitching assignment with equal ease. Successful in many things, he has won his greatest acclaim as one of the outstanding schoolboy pitchers in the state. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. National Honor Society, Vice President 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Biology Club, Chemistry Club 4, Astronomy Club 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Baseball Team 2, 3, Captain 4, "H" in Baseball 2, 3, 4, District's Most Valuable Playeir in Baseball, Senior Banquet Committee, Graduation Usher, Class Book Editorial Boar . . MARY ANN M. GANGI "Carry through life a smiling face." Smiling Mary Ann is always full of merriment. She is clever, witty, and carefree. Henry Barnard junior High School. Girls League 3, Senior Choir 3. Never late. JOSEPH PATRICK GANLEY J on "A man, sincere, honest, and .ftraightforward." Joe is an easy-going, agreeable fellow who never seems to worry about anything. He is keenly interested in sports. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 4g junior Boys Club 25 Biology Club 29 Chemistry Club 4. THOMAS JOSEPH GARRAHY BALDY "I love hard worhg I could .fit and look at it all day long." Tom's natural, nonchalant joking is so infectious that his friends welcome his company. He supplies that variety known as the spice of life. Holy Trinity High School. Senior Boys Club 3, 4. SEBASTIAN R. GATTINELLA SUBBY "A kind, true heart." Subby's quiet manners were discarded when he reached the football field. He possesses a willing spirit and a big heart. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 2g Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Il Circolo Italiano 3g School Football Team 4, "H" in Football 4. - IRENE BERNADETTE GAULIN "Never elated, never deprersedf' Sweet of disposition, Irene has helped to make school a better place. Her quiet dignity and modesty conceal from the casual observer a multitude of true qualities. Cathedral High School. Athletic Association 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late. MARY CHARLOTTE GEERTS GEERTS "We're barn to be happy, all of ur." With her winning smile, Mary has proved herself to be truly friendly. Hers is the nature always bright and gay. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4. When you hear laughter, you will turn to find Beverly. No one has a keener apprecia- tion of humor than she. Saint Joseph's School. Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, "Chronicle" Business Board 3g "Owlet" Business Board 3. CONRAD JOSEPH GIANGRECO Conrad has quiet, pleasant ways about him. His kindness has gained for him many friends. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 2, 3, 4. RICHARD JOSEPH GIANGRECO "Every man is the architect of hi: own fortune." Richard has achieved many friendships at Hartford High during his four years here. With a wide grin, he is forever ready to lead a group into a merry adventure. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 45 junior Boys Club 1, 2. University of Connecticut. DAVID M. GEETTER l "There ir no truer truth obtainable by man than comer of matic." Beautiful tones emerge from the strings of David's piano. His abilities as a musician, a scholar, and a debater are exceptional, and thus he deserves the utmost praise. Noah Webster School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club 1, 2, HPHS Debating Club 3, Vice President- Treasurer 4g Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 33 "Chronicle" Editorial Board 3, 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 3, 45 HPHS Orchestra 1, 23 Second Prize in the Batterson Prize Debate. Never late. Trinity College. ' JEAN L. GEITHNER "I would be friend: with you and have your love." If you've met jean, you've met friendliness itself. She is loyal, generous, and full of good spirit. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 33 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Der Deutscher Verein 2, 3. Never late, no demerits. ELEANOR ANTOINETTE GENOVA EL "The world has welcome for such women." Eleanor displays a most gracious manner. With her sincerity, she ranks high in the hearts of those who know her. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 45 Italian Chorus 3g Freshman- Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 25 Girls Basketball Team 2g Girls Tennis Group 2, 35 Girls Volley Ball Team 2, 35 Emblem in Ping Pong and Basketball. No demerits. BEVERLY ANN GEORGE Bev "M irth, with thee I live." CON "His smile is hir fortune." DICK DOUGLAS CHARLES GLAZIER DOUG "Plough deep while rluggards sleep." A hard and steady worker, Doug rattles off geometry and trigonometry as if they were child's play. Such achievement and ambition should bring ample reward. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club I, 2, HPHS Debating Club 2, Biology Club 2, Physics Club 3, Monogram Club 4, School Cross-Country Team 4, School Track Team 3, 4, "H" in Cross-Country 4. University of Connecticut. MARILYN JUNE GLEASON LYNN " 'Twar her thinking of olherr made you think of her." Marilyn's sincerity, good-nature, and eagerness to help others make her a wonderful Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders Corps 2, Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. WILLIAM RONALD GLYNN BILL "He who it film in will mold: the world to himself." Bill is primarily of a retiring nature. Even though he calls little attention to himself, we have found him to be earnest and great-hearted. Cathedral High School. Senior Boys Club 3. i 1 i EDWARD JOHN GOLEC ED "The hurinerr of life is to go forward." Witty and humorous remarks have made welcome Ed's appearance in a crowd. His sincerity in all undertakings vouches for his dependability. ' A New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 4, Senior Boys Club 4, Der Deutsche Verein 2. Never late. University of Connecticut. MARJORIE ELEANOR GOODALE "A dancing shape, an image gay." Marjorie has her own inimitable way of expressing herself-through her dancing feet. Her ability in this direction has already won applause. West Middle School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, Girls Glee Club 4, Senior Choir 4. Never late, no demerits. RICHARD FRANCIS GOODUSKY DICK "He it one who :pafezb hit words." A Dick's quiet manner has not detracted from his friendliness. He managed to achieve a good scholastic record and still mingle socially. Cathedral High School. Athletic Association 3, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Academia Latina 4. Never late. Connecticut College of Pharmacy. person to know. Well-groomed and beautifully dressed, she has been a target of admiration. June does not seek the limelight, but she never misses an HPHS event. She's indus- trious, too, and always dependable. Hillside Avenue School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Physics Club 3. Never late, no demerits. Saint Joseph's College. "She touches nothing, but :he add: charm." Everything about Joan is winning-her unassuming manner, her generous nature, her neat appearance. With the pleasant ring of her voice, she has been an outstanding junior disc iockey. Saint Joseph's Cathedral. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, Representative 4g Junior Prom Committee. No demerits. ROBERT J. HAFNER BOB "It ir tranquil people who accomplirh work." Bob's quiet manner and easy-going attitude on school have made us wonder if what we hear of his out-of-school activities is true. Hts friends have found in him a true and generous companion. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Senior Boys Club 3, 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 23 Biology Club 25 Physics Club 4. JOHN E. GRANFIELD JACK " 'Tir sport that maker the world go round." Jack is one of Larry Amann's boys, who hit the water during the swimming season. Always active in extra curricular activities, Jack was still able to keep his marks up to standard. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 junior Boys Club 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 "H" in Swimming 3, 4, Medal at State Swimming Meet. ' Davis and Elkins College, West Virginia. LOUIS L. G. GRAZULIS "A well- bred .rilence always at command." Good-natured Lou, coming from Europe in his junior year, fell easily into high school life. His sincere purpose and scholastic achievement have won the respect of his classmates. College Decourdemanche, Tubingen, Germany. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 4, Le Cercle Francais 3. Never late, no demerits. FRANCES GRECHKO "S he ir as nice to know as :he it to look at." ful spirit have made her classmates like her. Henry Barnard junior High School. Girls League 2, 3. JUNE VERONICA GRENIER "Softly .fpeakr and softly .rmileJ." JOAN BEVERLY GUZZO TOOTSIE Frances carries good looks along with her winning smile. Her pert manner and cheer- JOSEPH HENRY HALEY "Hi: friendship ii a privilege." joe can truly be counted pn to be understanding and faithful. His quiet manner sharply contrasts with his bright red hair. Hillside Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club, Representative 1, 2. JOAN GLADYS HALLEN BECK "A gentle maid-4 gentle spirit." There is quiet charm that surrounds Joan. Her nature is one of friendliness and radiant happiness. Saint Joseph junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. PRESTON F. HARDING PRET 1 "There it honesty, manhood, and good fellowship in thee." Pret is one of our outstanding men on the track team. He has gained a host of friends through his quick wit and engaging smile. Manchester High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Senior Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Harvest Moon Ball Chairman 4, Astronomy Club 4, Physics Club 4, School Track Team 3, 4, Senior Night Committee. ROBERT SHAW HARRIGAN BOB "A fountain of cheerfulne.fJ." Never at a loss for a word of good cheer, Bob has made himself welcome everywhere. To him, "lt's a big, wide, wonderful world." Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 33 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Academia Latina 45 School Cross-Country Team 3g School Track Team 3, School Golf Team 4. No dernerits. University of Connecticut. JOSEPH WILLIAM HARRIS JOE "Silence is more eloquent than words." Joseph's modest manner and pleasant nature have made him a fine fellow to know. With such good qualities, he is bound to succeed in life. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 4, "Owlet" Business Board, Circulation Manager 4. No demerits. ROSE MARY HATTWIG "Always ready for work or plearuref' Those who have known Rose have known pleasant times. Willing to give of her time, she is always doing what is best for everybody. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Basketball Team 2, Girls Softball Team 23 Emblem in Softball and Basketball. t 38 ROBERT J. HEALEY RED "The world ir ar you take it." Bob is a genial, good-hearted fellow. His natural love of animals, especially dogs, is a sure index of a fine character. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Senior Boys Club 4, Junior Boys Club l. Never late. DORA V. HENRY DOEDA "Glad that I live am l!" Although Dora has been a part of HPHS for only a year, she has gained many friends. A genial nature and a gay spirit contribute to her attractiveness. Albutg High School, Alburg, Vermont. Chemistry Club 4. Never absent, never late. Saint Francis Hospital School of Nursing. ORLANDO T. HINES "Make way for lhir manf he ir one in a million." Here is the ideal office-holder. Willingness to serve, successful achievement, and modesty of character have made Orlando one of Hartford High's most popular boys. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Junior City Council 3, Mayor 4, National Honor Society, Vice President 3, 4, Student Council, Club Committee 2, Chairman of Club Com- mittee 3, Vice President 3, President 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, HPHS Debating Club, Vice President 2, President 3, School Cross- Country Team 2, 3, School Track Team 2, 3, Graduation Usher, Senior Reception Committee, Chairman, Clement C. Hyde Book Prize. No demerits. . HENRY JOSEPH HOLLAND "A diligent worker in all thingrf' Henry's debating ability and scholastic achievement will help to make him an excellent teacher. His sense of humor should come in handy, too. New Park Avenue School. National Honor Society 4, Student Council 1, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, HPHS Debating Club 2, 3, President 4, Biology Club 2. No demerits. University of Connecticut. JOHN BARRY HOLMES KNOCK "Throw your trouble: away, and face the world with a smile." Barry's nonchalant manner is typified in his easy stride. This carefree manner leaves him, however, when he has a goal to win. West Middle School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2. MARESA ARDEN HOSLER PUDGE "IV: a friendly heart that har many friends." Maresa possesses that quiet warmth which brightens the dark day. Happiness will always be Maresa's because she has a kind, cheerful outlook on everything. Miami Jackson High School, Miami, Florida. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. 1 JOANNE E. HOWARD JO "She is pretty as she is sweet." i Gay Joanne loves a good time as much as anyone. She seems to have so much fun living and gathering her friends around her. West Middle School. Studef-t Council lg Girls Leaders Corps lg Freshman Girls Club. WILLIAM THOMAS HOWARD BILL "Silence is more eloquent than words." I Bill's a quiet and likeable fellow. He has a cheerful countenance that always dispels g oom. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 4, Senior Boys Club 33 Det Deutsche Verein 2, 3. M. WADE HUGHES "The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure a business." Wade combines sincerity with a sense of humor. There is a seriousness beneath that jolly exterior. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Cross-Country Team 3, School Track Team 2, 3, 4g "H" in Cross-Country 3. University of Connecticut. PAULINE ELLEN INTURRI PAULA "A calm, unbroken spirit." Nothing ever seems to disturb Pauline-she is always so composed of manner. Her independent attitude is shown in whatever she does. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4. Never late. SHIRLEY ANN JACOBS l SHIRL i "Blessed are they who have the gift of making friends." An energetic and industrious worker, a sincere and warm friend, whose ability in every Held is unlimited-these qualities apply undeniably and justly to Shirley. Constantly radiating cheerfulness, while increasing her knowledge, she has greatly benefited our school. Alfred E. Burr junior High School. National Honor Society 43 Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4g Chemistry Club 4, World Problems Club 45 Girls Softball Team 3, Girls Bowling Group 3, 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 39 Elizabeth P. Peck Award, Physiology Honor Exams. Award. Never late, no demerits. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. IRENE MARY JACQUES "1 bequeath a happy peace to you." Irene is soft-spoken, gentle, kind, and conversationally at ease. How often have we seen her absorbed in a game of tennis! Sacred Heart School, Van Buren, Maine. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 35 Girls Leaders Corps 3, 4, Girls Softball Team 3, 4, Girls Badminton Group 4, Girls Bowling Group 45 Girls Volley Ball Team 45 Freshman Girls Club. 40 LEON JACY LEE "A man's true wealth is the good he does in this world." Leon, an avid New York Yankee follower, is an easy-going lad with a friendly dis- position. He seemed to enjoy his German class tremendously. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4. Never late. MADELINE MARTHA JESENSKY "Sweetness of disposition charms the soul." Madeline's charming smile and sweet disposition are her most outstanding attributes. Naturally quiet, she knows, however, what to say just at the right time. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Yule- tide Committee 4, Il Circolo Italiano 2, 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir 3, Girls Archery Club 2. No demerits. BEVERLY I. JOHNSON Bev "Carefree, smiling heart of gold A quiet deed, and her tale is told." Here's a girl who enjoys following a football game more than a recipe for chocolate cake. Happiness and generosity go hand in hand with Bev. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, Girls Basketball Team 1, Emblem in Basketball, Freshman Girls Club. ROBERT LARS JOHNSON BOB "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." Bob's friendly, cheerful disposition has made him the friend of all. Such a personality will never tarnish. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, Senior Boys Club 3, Junior Boys Club 1, 2. DIANA CATHERINE JONES DI "Everyone will he thy friend." Diana is known as a grand girl. Her many friends have certainly enjoyed her pleasant ways. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. WILLIAM WAYNE JOSLYN Jozz "Hang sorrow! Care will kill the cat, And, therefore, let's he merry." BilI's witty personality has elevated him to the top of the social ladder. His sunny outlook and smile should keep him young forever. Saint Patrick's School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Italian Chorus 4, Biology Club 2, Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, . 4, Senior Night Committee, Master of Ceremonies. GILBERT FRANCISCO JUSTO Gu. "An honert mind and plain." lt would be a difficult task to find a more friendly or obliging fellow than Gil. He is sincere and serious, but still manages to have fun. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club 2, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, Senior Choir 2, 3. Never late, no demerits. JEAN HILDA JUSTO "A faithful friend ir the medicine of life." jean, with her sincere and friendly imanner, has won many friends. She is sure to succeed in anything she undertakes. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 5, 4, Girls Badminton Group 2. Never late, no demerits. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. MAURICE KARL KAHAN TOMMY , "He greetr you with a smile." Cheerful Tommy is clever in initiating ideas. He is an ardent Yankee fan who gets into some lively arguments with the Red Sox rooters. Noah Webster School. Athletic Association 43 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, HPHS Debating Club 2, 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club, Treasurer 4, Biology Club 21, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 3, "Owlet" Editorial Board 3, 4, UNESCO Council . Never late. ' l RONALD ALLAN KAMINSKI SKI , "Fr1endJ are not to easily made as kept." Ronald has a merry twinkle in his eye which offsets an otherwise quiet personality. All who know him will agree there is not a better friend. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. NIJOLE KAN ISAUSKAS "Kind hearts are more than coronet.r." Although Nijole has been at HPHS for only one year, we have esteemed her for her kind, honest nature. Conscientious in all things, she is bound to have a successful life. Lithuanian High School, Oldenburg, Germany. Girls League 4, Girls Basketball Team 4. Never late, no demerits. Saint Francis Hospital School of Nursing. PETER KARAGHEUSIAN BOP "In marie I'll find my fortune." , Peter has what may be termed as "saxaphobia." With his love of "bop" and good times, he is sure to leave gay spirits down any path he may follow. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, School Band 4. Never late. New York Conservatory of Music. FRANCES ANN MARIE KARALIUNAS FRANNIE "The world is a song." Frances has a happy outlook in life. She proves her viewpoint by being talkative and merry. Holy Trinity junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club. Boston College. JANE H. KARPENIA "Good things are wrapped in small parcels." Although small in stature, she lacks nothing when it comes to het vivacious personality and generous heart. Jane has a gift for making lifelong friends. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4g Academia Latina 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4g World Problems Club 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, Girls Leaders Corps 4, Girls Basketball Team lg Girls Softball Team 25 Girls Bowling Group 45 Girls Volley Ball Team 2g Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. ANN E. KEATING "True to her work, her word, and her friends." Sincerity, ambition, and happiness are all a part of Ann. What other qualities are needed for success? Alfred E. Burr junior High School. Athletic Association 45 Girls League 3, 4g Emblem in Volley Ball 2. Never late, no demerits. EDWARD L. KENNEALLY ED "Politeness goes far, yet costs nothing." ' Although Ed is very quiet, his faultless manners speak for him. His keen interest in school activities is verified by his ardent support of them. Saint Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield, Connecticut. Athletic Association 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Camera Club, Program Committee 35 "Owlet" Business Board, Business Manager 4. Never absent, never late, no demerits. LOUISE KATHERINE KEOUGH "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." Louise has a sincerity about her that makes people like her. Her fellow strugglers in chemistry especially will vouch for that. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. EVELYN ANNA KIRSCHNER EVIE "All succeeds with cheerful people." Attractive Evelyn possesses both good humor and good looks. Fun loving, she is always a sociable addition to any group. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4, Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. Hillyer College. CHESTER WALTER KOZAK CHET EDWARD JOSEPH KOBIALKA "Be :ilent and .fafe-silence never betray: you." Ed wears a friendly grin most of the time. He has a likeable personality. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3. Never late. CAROLYN B. KOLEK Koko - "Charm strike: the right, but merit winr the soul." - Sparkling eyes, pleasant voice, cheerful nature-that's Carol. She's wonderful when playing a fast game of badminton. - Saints Cyril and Methodius School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Badminton Group 45 Freshman Girls Club. DANIEL GLEN KOTOK "Friendships you make and never break." Dan's popularity, despite a tendency to argument, has grown and grown in the past four years. His sense of responsibility, his leadership, his geniality, and his versatility have gained him not only many friends but also a place among the prominent members of our class. Noah Webster School. National Honor Society 3, President 45 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Committee 2, UNESCO Committee 3, Chairman 45 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, HPHS Debating Club 2, Vice President and Treasurer 3: Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4, Academia Latina 25 Biology Club, President 2, Chemistry Club 4, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 3, "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in- Chief 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, School Swimming Team Manager 2, 3, 45 School Tennis Team 3, 4, "H" in Tennis and Swimming 35 Class Night Usher, Junior Marshal, Junior Prom Usher, Class Historian, Class Book Editorial Board, Anna Andrews Algebra Prize, Harvard Book Prize, 1926 Book Prize, Alumni Second Scholarship, 1898 Second Scholarship, 1886 Second Scholarship, 1877 Second Scholarship. Wesleyan University. Calm and rerene amid tbe troubled day." Nothing ever seems to disturb Chet, who wears such a serene smile. He goes his own way independently, and for this we like him. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 45 School Cross-Country Team 2, School Track Team 3. Never late. Connecticut Engineering Institute. ' JEAN ANN KRUPINSKY JEANNIE "Good bumor is goodrzers and wisdom combined." Jean constantly radiates vivacity and tireless energy. Her good-natured joking has enlivened many an occasion, and her constant support of all school activities has made each event a memorable one. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, Yuletide Committee 3, Senior Executive 4, Academia Latina 2, 4, President 3, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 45 "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, Junior Editor 3, Associate Editor 45 Inter-High Choir, Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary 45 junior Prom Usher, Senior Reception Usher, genior Night Committee, Class Historian, Class Book Editorial Board. Never late, no emerits. Colby Junior College. MONICA HELEN KUEHNER MONNIE "A woman? guers is mucb more accurate than a man': certainty." Monica's motto has been, "When joy and duty clash, let joy go to smash." Her sweet, wholesome personality was evaluated by her classmates early in her high school years so that she has been elected to several oflices. Her natural industry-and success scholastically will make her the best of secretaries. New Park Avenue School. National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4, Student Council 4, Red Cross Committee, Chairman 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Yuletide Committee, Chairman 45 Academia Latina 2, 3, President 45 Chemistry Club 45 "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, junior Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Badminton Group 3, President 4, Freshman Girls Club, Senior Recep- tion Usher, Class Book Editorial Board, DAR Award, Senior Reception Committee, Alumni Association Second Scholarship Prize 4. Never late, no demerits. Katherine Gibbs School, Boston, Massachusetts. F "Fate maker relatives, hut choice make: friends." Although Mary did not come to HPHS until her senior year, she soon made many friends. With her sincere manner she is bound to find success in all that she does. Sacred Heart High School, Waterbury, Connecticut. Girls League 4. Rita need say nothing, for her beauty speaks in her behalf. She has a charm that pleases everyone. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4. Rita's neat appearance, twinkling eyes, and quiet amiability have won our admiration. Although shy, she proves her worth when you know her. Williams High School, Oakland, Maine. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 3, 4. No demerits. HELEN MARY KULAKOWSKI "A light heart liver long." The first things you notice about Helen are her blonde tresses and her radiant smile. Later you fund out that she has a most engaging personality . Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Badminton Group 4. No demerits. MARY ANN KYWAN KAY "A willing rrnile, derire to please, and actions hacking both of there." Wherever she goes, Mary will always hnd a welcome awaiting her. Her willingness to to oblige everyone has gained her a wide circle of friends. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 "Chronicle" Business Board 25 Girls Glee Club 4, Senior Choir 2, , 4, Freshman- Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 23 Girls Basketball Team 2g Girls Softbal Team 25 Girls Swimming Group 3, Girls Bowling Group 33 Girls Tennis Group 2, 35 Gir s Golf Group 3, Girls Volley Ball Team 2, Emblem in Basketball. Never absent, never late, no demerits. GLORIA LORRAINE LACH GLC "J oy ir more divine than sorrow." Gloria's cute grin, flashing eyes, and gift for chatter have made her a favorite of ours. Fortunate are those who have felt the warmth of her friendship. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls Basketball Team 2, Girls Softball Team 35 Girls Volley Ball Team 2. MARY ELIZABETH LACHAPELLE RITA M. LAFLAMME "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." RITA JOSEPHINE LANTEIGNE BEET "A plearing perron is alwayr admired." "H e who, secure within, can say, Tomorrow, do they worst, for I have lived today." John has that enviable quality of never seeming to be disturbed by anything. He is a constant fountain of good humor and optimism. West Middle School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, School Basketball Team 3, 4, School Football Team 4, in Football 4, in Basketball 4. ESTHER MILDRED LAZZERINI "Alway.f happy, alwayr gay, Glad to ree her come our way." Esther's friends ride with her on a fleecy, pink cloud of merriment. This trait and her natural charm have made her welcome anywhere at any time. Henry Barnard Junior High'School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Chronicle" Business Board 3, "Owlet" Business Board 2, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Lead- ers Club 2. Never late. Boston School of Dental Nursing. "H ir eyes hare ever a merry twinkle." A handsome, witty, and good-natured fellow is John. He has also been a steady per- former on our swimming team. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 2, 3, 4, School Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, School Track Team 4. JOHN JOSEPH LEBLANC JOYCE ELAINE LAPORTE "Her joys are many, her cares are few." Joyce, with her friendly smile, travels a merry road. A bit of charm and a measure of sincerity mixed with a dash of fun produce her delightful personality. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Academia Latina 2, 3, 4, Girls Badminton Group 3, Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. Hartford Secretarial School. WILLIAM FRANCIS LAPORTE BILL "His Jpeech flowed from hir tongue, sweeter than honey." Bill, outspoken in his beliefs, has the courage of individuality. A conscientious and industrious worker, he has participated freely and successfully in school activities. Our Lady of Sorrows School. National Honor Society 4, Student Council 1, Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, HPHS Debating Club 2, Secretary 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 3: "Owlet" Business Board 2, Senior Choir 2, UNESCO Council 4, Graduation Usher. Never late, no demerits. Trinity College. EARL ALBERTS LARSEN SCUD "A little mischief along the way." Neither ambitious nor lazy, neither merry nor sad, neither loud nor quiet, but an extraordinary combination of all is Earl. Never disturbed by any incident, he has created laughter where others failed. West Middle School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Hopkins Debating Club, President 3, Der Deutsche Verein 3, Vice President 4, Biology Club, Secretary 2, School Tennis Team 3, Graduation Usher, Junior Prom Usher, Senior Banquet Committee, William C. Pease Latin Prize. Never late. JOHN LAVADO JUNIE JACK FLORENCE MARY LECHOWICZ FLO "A little Jweet and a little Jpiee-- Maker tbe combination very nice," Flo sparkles with a wealth of fine characteristics, amiability, love of fun, energy, gtaciousness of manner, and friendly charm. Never have we found her without her infectious warm smile, co-operative spirit, and high-spirited enthusiasm. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Astronomy Club 3, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. Hillyer College. DORIS MARIE LEMAY D0'r'r1E "H er ways are way! of plearantnersf' An appreciative listener and cooperative girl is Doris. With her good-natured manner and pleasant ways she has been an agreeable classmate. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Bowling Group 4. Never late, no demerits. JOAN ESTHER LEMELSON "The world ir all before me." joan has left her mark at HPHS as one of the most talented and most brilliant girls in our class. just as her scholastic ability has won several honors for her, so her dramatic skill has proved to us that she will go far in her conscientious endeavor to become a fine actress. Noah Webster School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, HPHS Debating Club 4, Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4, Academia Latina 4: "Chronicle" Editorial Board 4, Freshman Girls Club, Edward H. Smiley First Prize, Elizabeth - V 1 Fay First Prize, 1891 Algebra Prize, R. Estes Phyfe Ancient History Prize, Alita J. Harbison Science Prize, George Owen Knapp First Prize, Class of l926B Book Prize, Edward H. Pease First Prize, Sarah C. Packard First Prize. Never late, no demerits. Randall School. ROBERT GERARD LEMIEUX LEM "There is a gift beyond tbe reacb of aft, Of being eloquently silent." Robert is a versatile fellow, who knows how to occupy his time to his advantage. He always bears a cheerful countenance. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chess Club 2, 3, Boys Leaders Corps 2, 3, 4. Hartford Regional Technical School. ANNE MARGARET LENANE "Her tbougbtr .fbe doe: not confide." ' S3- Anne is best known for her vivid imagination. Genial and cooperative, she has widened her circle of friends while at HPHS. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 4, Camera Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 3, 4, "Owlet" Business Board 3, Girls Leaders Corps 3, Girls Bowling Group 3. Saint Agnes School of Child Nursing. WALTER JOHN LEPKO WALT "Mirror of all courteryf' Walter is a tall, good-looking boy, always neat and well-mannered. He seems to gaze at life with serenity. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Senior Boys Club 4, Junior Boys Club 2. JANE LEVITSKY JANIE "The lair with the delicate air." Jane has the unusual quality of appearing both demure and carefree all in one. She is a sweet girl with a flair for the dramatic. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 3: Senior Choir 2. Never late, no demerits. ALEXANDER ROBERT LINDSEY . AL "Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow." This easy-going fellow gets plenty of fun out of life. However, when he sets himself a goal, Al achieves it. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4. CHARLES JOSEPH LITWINAS CHUCK , "Athleter are made, not horn." Chuck's ability to get a laugh is not to be questioned. His performance on the gridiron in his junior year made his absence from the team in his senior year seriously felt. John Fitch High School, Windsor, Connecticut. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Hartford Tuberculosis Society 3, School Band 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 45 School Football Team 3, in Football 3. n JEANNETTE ELIZABETH LITZ TOOTSIE "A light heart live: long." Jeannette's quiet ways have won her many friends. She is a modest, sincere girl, with a serious purpose in life. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late. as K K: S, MARY LOUISE LOHNES "The blue of her eyet and the gold of her hair." Mary is richly endowed with a quiet smile, charming sweetness, and softness of speech. She is as neat as the proverbial pin and as attractive as can be. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. JOAN ROSALIE LOMBARDO "She is as pretty at the ir sweet." Pert Joan has won a permanent place in the hearts of her classmates. Her smiling ways are always heart-warming. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 3, 45 Italian Chorus 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 43 Senior Choir 3, 4, Emblem in Volley Ball. Never late, no demerits. International Business Machines School. MARILYN C. LONERGAN LYNN "Softners of rrnile indicater rweetnerr of spirit." One of our gayest and most pep-producing cheerleaders, Marilyn has always-exhibited an unusual amount of healthy vitality. This along with her sense of responsibility, have contributed much to the success of her undertakings. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Girls Softball Team 1, Girls Badminton Group 3, Girls Volley Ball Team 3: Girls Dance Group 3, 4, Emblem in Volley Ball, Freshman Girls Club. LORRAINE EVANGELINE LOUBIER LORRIE "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Vivacity and sincerity are an ever-present part of Lorraine's warm personality. Her winning smile, "daisy-fresh" appearance, and industrious manner will, without question, obtain for her a high place in the business world. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, Girls Badminton Group 4, Freshman Girls Club. CAMILLA L. LOWE "Merit ir worthier than fame." With quiet diligence and pleasant manner, Camilla assumes responsibility. These qualities combined with her keen sense of humor are certain to stand by her in whatever she may undertake. Northeast Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3. Lincoln Nursing School. DANIEL EVANS LYNCH DAN - "A clever jert, a witty word, Was eiter on hi: tongue." Big Dan's easy-going gait and smooth talk have won him wide popularity. His deft way of injecting humor into an ordinary casual remark has been gleefully enjoyed by his HPHS acquaintances. Our Lady of Sorrows School. junior City Council 4, Student Council, Red Cross Com- mittee 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club, Vice President 1, President 2, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, School Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, School Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, in Golf 1, in Basketball 4, in Baseball 3, 4, junior Prom Usher, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Reception Usher, Class Book Editorial Board, Class Prophet. JOHN FRANCIS LYNCH JACK "Happy-go-lucky, easy-go-free, Nothing on earth bother: me." His glowing smile and good word for all make Jack an all-around good fellow. If he could bottle that mirth-provoking laugh, millions would be cured of the blues. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 1, Secretary 2. JOHN S. LYONS JACK "Quality, not quantity, is my mea.rure." Wfitty and intelligent, jack has derived fun, knowledge, and friendship from his years at Hartford High. His talent for acting has been demonstrated in several dramatic perfor- mances. Saint Joseph's School. Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club l, 2, HPHS Dramatic Club 2, 3, Junior Adviser 2, Der Deutsche Verein 4. ARMAND A. MACCARONE MAC "Never loo serious, not too frivolous, hui a rare, good fellow." Look here to find the ideal personality. Armand sparkles with such good humor and kindliness that everyone enjoys his companionship. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Il Circolo Italiano 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, ltalian Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Usher. JUSTINE P. MACCARTHY "Wherever the bright sun shall shine there shall shine the brightness of her fame." Amicable and magnetic, Justine is indeed one of the most radiant personalities of the Class of '5l. Always diligent in her studies, she has gained the mark of being an honor student. Her smiling presence has been sufficient to make the many affairs she has en- gineered or attended social successes. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council, Chairman of Social Committee 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, Secretary 4, Springtime Committee 4, Academia Latina 2, 4, Vice President 3, Chemistry Club, Secretary 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, junior Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Junior Prom Usher, Senior Reception Usher, Class Book Editorial Board, Class Treasurer, Minnie Day Booth Latin Prize. Never late, no demerits. Hillyer College. BARBARA SPENCER MAGNUSON BARB "Il's nice lo he natural if you're naturally nice." Barbara, one of our aspiring artists, is a genuine picture of friendliness and cheer- fulness. Her high-spirited cheering at the games has exemplified her true class spirit. Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Chemistry Club 4, Astronomy Club 4, Cheerleader 3, Captain 4, Freshman Girls Club, Art Certificate of Merit, McCreary Art Prize. Never late. University of Connecticut. FRANCES E. MAHER HONEY "Beauly is the flower of virluef' Fran is one who wears her clothes well. She has a free and easy manner that may belie the fact that whatever she undertakes is done well. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Student Council 2, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. RAFFAELA THERESA MANCINI RAFFIE "Her eyes are songs without words." Dark-eyed Ralfaela has proved her school loyalty by her enthusiasm in being a baton twirler .from HPHS. She has a lively charm, and is the personitication of kindness and generosity. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, Majorette 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Ping-Pong Club 3: Girls Swimming Group 3. ROSARIO SALVATORE MANGIAFICO Roc "The right hand of fellowship." Rosario is a mixture of those qualities that make a person well liked. His earnestness in school is balanced by his fun-loving attitude outside of school. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2, HPHS Debating Club 4, Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4, Academia Latina 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club, Vice President 3, School Basketball Team 2, School Football Team 3, Senior Night Committee. Never late. Wesleyan University. JOANNE ROSE MANLEY JAM "Sure and steady, always ready." One of our most attractive girls, whose unfailing neatness is often envied, Joanne possesses an ever-ready understanding. With such deep charm and sincerity, she is a wonder- ful friend to have, Our Lady of Sorrows School. Student Council 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. 4, Girls League 2, 3, Yuletide Committee 4, "Owlet" Business Board 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club, Junior Prom Usher, Senior Banquet Committee. vu-it GEORGE HAROLD MARSHALL, JR. "Not Jlotlaful in burinesr, but fervent in spirit." George, clean-cut, handsome, and well-groomed, is one of out most energetic seniors, always willing to assume responsibility. His talent for dancing and his love for music have made him a prominent socialite. Noah Webster School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Astronomy Club 4, Senior Reception Usher, Class Book Editorial Board. MARIE A. MARTI "Good nature it the very air of a good mind." Marie, with her gay laugh and love of talking, is fun to have around. Sincerity and and willingness to be of service are two of her sterling characteristics. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association l, 2, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4, Girls Badminton Group, Freshman Girls Club. ELIZABETH ANN MARTIN BETTY "A companion that it cheerful is worth gold." There's never a quiet moment with Betty around! She's one of those people who always find friends and good times wherever they go. New Park Avenue School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club. JOSEPH MICHAEL MARTINO "A happy gentleman in blood and lineamentsf' Although he is inclined to be mischievous, Joe has displayed fine sense of cooperation and loyalty at all school functions. With such a jolly way he is ready for anything life may bring. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Il Circolo Italiano 3, 4. Never absent, never late. JOHN ANTHONY MARTOCCHIO MATOCH "AJ full of rpirit ar the month of March." John has shown ability in both sports and music. He has the good heart, also, to give generously of his talent. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, School Football Team 2, 4. Georgetown University. i DANIEL JOSEPH MAULUCCI BUDDY "Hit joy: are manyg his carer are few." Daniel is a pleasant sort of fellow, who takes life easy. Having such a genial air, he gets along well with everyone. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 33 Senior Boys Club 4. Never late. GEORGE A. MCCARTHY MICKEY "A modert man never lalhr of himself." Mickey is one of our better swimmers. He's a sincere, good-looking fellow, quiet and well-mannered. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 School Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 "H" in Swimming 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. JOHN JOSEPH MCCORMICK MAC "None rhall be hir equal." Mac's ambitions reached their peak in his senior year, during which he gave abundantly of his time and ellort to the activities of HPHS. Modest and true-hearted, he completed all his enterprises with reliability and completeness. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 49 junior Boys Club 25 Chemistry Club, Vice President 4, Astronomy Club 45 School Swimming Team 2, 3i Junior Prom Committee, Senior Reception Usher, Senior Banquet Committee, Class Book Business Board, Manager. Teachers College of Connecticut. WILLIAM M. MCCRAY MAC "The rlayr that make ur happy make ur wire." Always ready to enliven a gathering, Bill has become a welcome sight around school. Although he enjoys a good time, you will find him capable when there is a serious task to be handled. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Boys Glee Club 33 Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, School Track Team 2, 5. Hampton Institute. I DORIS M. MCDONALD "Dainty and .fzveel from head to feel." Doris is a fine, dependable girl, who makes an attractive picture. Both intelligent and sociable, she has succeeded in making a good scholastic record, and, at the same time, in giving much support to our social affairs. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, Spring- time Committee 4g Astronomy Club 4, Girls Softball Team lg Emblem in Softball, Freshman Girls Clubg junior Prom Committee, Senior Night Committee. JOHN J. MCELLIGOTT McGUT'rs "He play: well that wins." Noting john's friendly, easy-going way, you might not suspect that his proudest possession is his letter sweater. His ability in basketball and baseball, plus his earnest com- petitive spirit, has made him a prominent athlete at HPHS. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club l, 23 Biology Club 2, Monogram Club 3, 45 School Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, School Basketball Team l, 3, 4, in Baseball and Basketball 3, 4. RUTH A. MCINTYRE "A good heart is worth gold." loyal friend, who deserves only the best in life. Never late, no demerits. GRACE MARIE MELLUZZO GRACIB ir full of fun and jen." Petite, sweet, and pep-producing Senior Choir 2, D. CHARLES MENUT, JR. CHAZZY "Merry have we met and merry have we been." Boys Club 1, 25 Senior Banquet Committee. Never late. FRANCES H. MESSINA FRANNIE , "One inch of joy .rurmountr a space of grief." Fran has a smiling countenance that draws her classmates to her. Happy-go-lucky, she can look upon bad luck or good luck with equal good nature. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 35 Girls League 45 Il Circolo Italiano 2, Italian Chorus 1. Never late. DOLORES JOAN MIECKOWSKI Q Do Do "Be at thy pretense ir, gracious and kind." Dolores has a friendly word for everyone. Her good humor makes the time her classmates spend with her fly altogether too fast. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, "Chronicle" Business Board 4. B -.t ROSE MARIE MIGLIORE ROSIE "To he merry hen become: youg for out of quertion, you were horn in a merry hour." Rosie, no matter where or when you saw her, could always be counted on to spread rays of sunshine. Nowhere could anyone find a more enjoyable friend or more mirthful spirit. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 Il Citcolo Italiano 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. Never late. Even-tempered, industrious, and sincere is Ruth. We all regard her as a sympathetic Saint joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3 4 Grace has always been one of the cleverest and most cannot be surpassed in cooperation and kindliness. Henry School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3 4 Chatles's nonchalant manner and witty remarks have added life to the halls of HPHS His genial disposition has kept him in good standing with his classmates. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Ji! ALTHEA MARILYN MILLER AL "She'll play a small game rather than stand out." Althea has a carefree manner that attracts people to her and a personality that retains them as her friends. Happiness is sure to be ahead for such a kindly classmate. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Archery Club 2, Girls Basketball Team 2. Never late. - RICHARD PAUL MILLER SAM "Resolute in action, gentle in method." The fact that Dick is rather quiet and unassuming does not decrease his circle of friends. He has a straightforward and earnest personality. Moylan-Wilson School. junior Boys Club 2. CLAIRE AURORE MILLETTE DIMPLES "Her voice is the rich music of a summer hird." No one is more full of fun or more dependable than Claire. In her vivacious way, she has won many admirers. Claire has also afforded us many enjoyable moments, hearing her beautiful voice. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Girls League 3, 4, World Problems Club 3g Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, Senior Choir 4, Inter-High Choir 3, 4. No demerits. Julius Hartt School of Music. JOAN H. MITCHELL "A spirit superior to every weapon." joan is a charming person to know. Her worthy character has won the friendship of many of her classmates. Saint joseph's School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Soft- ball Team 1, 2, Girls Tennis Group 3, Emblem in Softball, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. PHYLLIS ELIZABETH MOFFATT PHYL "A girl who laughs and talks away the vacant hours." Phyllis, with her smiling countenance, has endeared herself to her friends. We shall long remember her lovely ways. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, 3, Vice President 43 Girls Golf Group 4, Freshman Girls Club, Senior Night Committee. No demerits. ALRIK JONAS MONSTROM AL "Wisdom is better than ruhiesf' Although Alrik came from abroad, he soon made many friends, and became an out- standing student. His amiability and industry will bring him great measures of success. New Park Avenue School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 5, 4, junior Boys Club 1, 2, Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4, Biology Club 2g I Chemistry Club 45 Graduation Usher. Never late. "It is the wise head that makes the still tongue." Beneath Al's unruifled manner lie the sterling qualities of industry, modesty, and independence. He is a congenial fellow with a quiet smile. Saint Ann's School. Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Camera Club 3: Senior Choir 4, School Band 4, Boys Leaders Corps 2, 3, School Track Team 3. Bryant College. "Plain without pomp and rich without show." Gertrude's self-effacing nature is apt to hide from the casual observer her intellectual energy, sympathetic understanding, and desire to be of service. Such a fine personality should reap happy rewards. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2. Never late, no demerits. Teddy is a fun-loving lad who wears well with the crowd. In him, the spirit of mischief seems to work overtime. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Junior Boys Club 2. JOSEPH DAVID MONTALBANO Jon "Music my rampart, and my only one." Joe is the essence of friendliness. Music is the center of his life, and we know it will continue to be so for years to come. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Il Circolo Italiano 3, 4, Italian Chorus 2, Conductor 3, 4, Boys Glee Club 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Inter-High Choir 1, 3, 4, Custodian 2, Accompanist Boys Glee Club 2, Sec- retary 3, Treasurer 4, Boys Leaders Corps 4, Vice President 2, Intramural in Leaders Corps 2, 4, Senior Night Committee, Member of All-State Chorus 3. Julius Hartt School of Music. NICHOLAS W. MONTANARO NICK "Good humor is the health of the soul." Nick's many friends can tell you of his love for good times. His company is enjoyed for his happy-go-lucky ways. Henry Barnard junior High School. Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club I, 2, Astronomy Club 4, School Band 2. , University of Connecticut. JOHN MACLACHLAN MULHOLLAND "Laugh and the world laughs with you." John is a lively, happy-go-lucky fellow. With his optimistic outlook, life would turn out very well for him. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 2, 3g Senior Boys Club 3, 4. A. ALFRED NADEAU AL GERTRUDE ALICE NADEAU GERTIE THEODORE F. NORTON "A merry heart goes out to all." "A mer Peggy possesses tho position is one of her finest qualities. Never loud or boisterous, she is, however, always ready to join in the fun. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4g Girls Badminton Group, Treasurer 45 Freshman Girls Club. Bryant College. "Can we ever have too much ofa good thing?" Friendliness creates friends--so Irene is never seen alone. And Irene has talent, too particularly in the dram Saints Cyril and Methodius School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4g HPHS Dramatic Club, Secretary 3, Vice President 45 Freshman Girls Club. Lois impresses all with her sincerity, her kind sense of humor, and her consideration of others. These traits added to a warm friendliness have created a rounded personality. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 Freshman Girls Club. Never late. CATHERINE TERESA O'CONNOR CATHY "Little packages have great rewards," Petite, yet energetic, Catherine has that warm personality which draws people to her. She has always been active in sports, a loyal supporter of all school affairs. Saint Joseplfs School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman- Sophomore Girls Leaders Club l, 2, Girls Tennis Group 2, Girls Volley Ball Team 23 Freshman Girls Club. Never absent, no demerits. WALTER EUGENE OLENDER "My heart in unison with all mankind." What is more to be valued than a kind, generous heart such as Walter has? He has also a lively sense of mischief. Saints Cyril and Methodius School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Boys Club 1, 2. PHILLIP THEODORE OLSLAGER PHIL "To live long, it is necessary to live slowly." If you have ever tried to arouse Phil's ire, you probably ran up against a stone wall. He seems unconcerned about everything except music. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 4, School Band. MARGARET CATHERINE O'NElL PEGGY ry heart goes all the days a sad heart tires in a mile," se two features so rarely combined: beauty and brains. An even dis- IRENE J. OSTROWSKI RENIE atic field. We certainly have enjoyed her companionship. LOIS FRANCES OSTROWSKI Lo "1 will love all, do wrong to none." ASTA ELISE OVERGAARD "Calm and sincere rhe marches ahead." Asta has a quiet, reserved manner which she quickly loses among her friends. She is a fine student and a grand sport. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. HENRY F. PADO "The pen ir mightier than the sword." Modesty, industry, and cooperation are the qualities which make Henry outstanding in his class. He wins our acclaim for debating skill and intellectual achievement. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council, Chairman of Scholarship Committee 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 Junior Boys Club 2, Hopkins Debating Club 2, Vice President and Treasurer 3, President 45 Der Deutsche Verein 2, 35 Chemistry Club 45 "Chronicle" Editorial Board 2, 3, Editor 4, Graduation Usher. Never late, no demerits. Wesleyan University. MARIE LOUISE PAGE PUDSY "laughter and chatter are my concern." Marie is cheerful, happy-go-lucky, and vivacious. Wherever she goes, her gay enthusiasm is contagious. Westhill High School, Montreal, Canada. Athletic Association 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club lg Class Book Business Board. X 5 ANTHONY S. PAPA NINO "Men have humor when they know it not." An easy-going fellow with a jovial disposition-that's Tony. Always on the job at his newspaper stand, he displays a diligence that will reap rewards. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Boys Glee Club 3, 43 Senior Choir 3, 41 School Cross-Country Team 2, 3. MAXIME VINCENT PASCAL MAC "He that hath knowledge .rpareth hi: words." Max has been an ardent follower of our school teams. He is a fine fellow who should enjoy a successful life. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Senior Boys Club 3, 4g junior Boys Club 2, School Cross-Country Team 2, School Track Team 2. ALICE MARIE PELLERIN AL "Life ir one pure delight." Gay, fun-loving Alice goes her way spreading cheer. Always ready with a joke, she has provided many merry moments. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 33 "Owlet" Business Board 4, Girls Leaders Corps, President 4. LUCILLE MARY PELLERIN "A good mind poneyses a kingdom." Although Lou did not come to HPHS until her junior year, she became a very good mixer. Her name was to be found not only on the social list but also on the honor roll. Holy Trinity junior High School. National Honor Society 4g Athletic Association 3, 4g Girls League 3, 4. No demerits. ERMEND ROBERT PELLETIER ' ERM "To be merry hen becomes you." Ermend's ability as one of our ablest gymnasts is unexcelled. He is also a good mimic of certain well-known personalities. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, Senior Boys Club 3, 2 Slgetch Club 3, Senior Choir 2, Boys Leaders Corps 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Art Prize, First ey . NAOMI PAULINE PENNISI "joy it not in things, it is in us." Attractive Naomi has a charming way of making friends. She has considerable energy and ability, which has been evidenced in her classroom achievements. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4g Italian Chorus 2, 3, Sketch Club 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demetits. New Haven State Teachers College. JANET SYLVIA PERRIER JAN "Good nature and good sense mutt always join." janet, quiet in manner, is really a friendly and cooperative person. She is seldom without a smile for any of her classmates. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4g "Chronicle" Business Board, Typist 4g Freshman Girls Club. ANITA MAE PERSON NITA "So cheerful, gay and happy." One of our most enthusiastic and high-spirited cheering fans, Anita is seldom absent from an athletic event. Even of disposition and pleasure-loving, she always performs well in any activity of which she is a part. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4g HPHS Dramatic Club 3, Secretary 45 Italian Chorus 3g Chemistry Club 45 Girls Glee Club 2, 33 Senior Choir 33 Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. GREGORY HARRY PETRAKIS ' "Few thingx are impossible to diligence and :kill." Harry's interest in chemistry has made him one of the commendable scientists of the class. His impersonations have provided us with many enjoyable occasions. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. National Honor Society 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Boys Club 2, HPHS Debating Club 43 Academia Latina 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club 3. Never late. Trinity College. KATHERINE MARY PETROLITO N KAY "Sugar and spice and everything nice." In Kay we find the perfect blend of liveliness and amiability. She can always be counted on to make people enjoy themselves. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Baseball Team 2g Girls Volley Ball Team 3. BARBARA JANE PICHEA BOBBY "Carry through life a smiling face and let your heart he gay." Barbara can always be counted on to be loyal and sincere. Her cheerfulness makes her a desirable companion. .Moylan-Wilson School. Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2g Girls Bowling Group 2, Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. FRANK PIETRYCHA 'Throw your troubles away, and face the world with a smile." D Frank's manner. spells freedom from care. However, when he goes into action in sports, he is full of competitive spirit. 3 4 Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Boys Club BETTY CATHERINE PIVCHIK BET "A kind heart she hath." Scholastically, Betty's record is a credit to herself and to HPHS. Furthermore, she has found time to be a loyal supporter of our athletic events. New Park Avenue School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 4g Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 43 Academia Latina 2, 3, 4g Chemistry Club 4, "Owlet" 'Editorial Board 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, 2, Girls Basketball Team 1, 2, Girls Volley Ball Team 33 Emblem in Basketball, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. PETER T. PLOSZAY PETE "To he merry bert becomes you." - Chubby in appearance and full of merry wit, Pete has been one of the favorites of our Class. He is an outstanding figure at our dances. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4. JOHN F. PONTILLO "Always ready for work or pleasure." John's likeable disposition has gained him a host of friends. His carefree manner both in and out of school is somewhat responsible for this popularity. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. DONALD PAUL POULIN "We know what we are, but know not what we may he." Donald's ambition to become an English teacher is quite a worthy one. Such diligence and intellectual ambition will make him one of the best. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 43 Senior Boys Club 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 4, 1898 Second Scholarship Prize. Never late. Teachers College of Connecticut. CATHERINE MARIE POWELL "She ir gentle, .the is thy." Catherine is a quiet girl with a heart of gold. Furthermore, she is as pretty as she is sweet. ' Holy Trinity junior High School. Girls League 3, 4. No demerits. CAROLE LOUISE PRINDLE DUMPLIN "She is pretty to walk with, And pleasant to talk with." Carole, with her gracious manner, has an adorable charm. Her modesty prevents the class generally from knowing her many accomplishments. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4g Le Cercle Francais 2, Italian Chorus 3, 4, Academia Latina 2, 3, 43 "Owlet" Editorial Board 33 "Owlet" Business Board 33 Senior Choir 35 Inter-High Choir 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, Secretary 23 Girls Leaders Corps 35 Girls Basketball Team 1, 25 Girls Softball Team 2g Girls Tennis Group 39 Emblem in Basketballg Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. Skidmore Junior College. BARBARA MARIE QUINN BOB "Cheerfulnerr ir the key to happine.r.f." Barbara, blithe and gay, is usually in the midst of merrymaking. She is a lively addition to any gathering. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Inter-High Choir 33 Girls Tennis Group 23 Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. i BETTY JEAN QUINN "The world has a welcome for Inch women." With good nature and an engaging smile. Betty takes an equal interest in scholastic work as well as outside activities. She displays an energy that should carry her far. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Girls Basketball Team 2, 35 Girls Softball Team 25 Emblem in Basketball. ' 'K' ' . .5 N RICHARD JOSEPH QUINN DICK "Little care and no despair." Dick is blessed with a keen sense of humor. We hope he will always be as cheerful as he is now. Saint Thomas Seminary. Senior Boys Club 3. No demerits. I EMILIO J. RADOCCHIA AMO "From the crown of his head to the .role of his foot, he is all mirth." Emil, enjoyed for his jovial personality and perpetual clowning, can well be called the class cut-up. Whemver he goes, gaiety and laughter tag along. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, HPHS Orchestra 25 School Band. Shellinger School of Music. 1 ARLENE GERTRUDE RANKIN "Laughter liver long." Arlene's gay and light-hearted air, combined with a warm friendly smile, have made her a sure cure for everyone's blues. Naturally full of wit, she is the delight of any gathering --both in and out of school. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 3: Girls League 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. THERESA V. RATHY TERRY "To he merry bert become: you." Always laughing, always gay-that's Terry. Any occasion is sure to be a success when she brings her sparkling cheerfulness. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 5, 4g Girls Tennis Group 3. Never late, no demerits. RICHARD J. REDDINGTON DICK "Laugh and the world laugh: with you." Good-looking, light-hearted and fun-loving Dick has enlivened many of our classes. His luck and wit have amused us greatly. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Student Council, Finance Committee 39 Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 2, 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4g Astronomy Club 4. University of Connecticut. DONALD I.. RIBERDY DON "He prohtr mort who server bert." Don was one of the big and strong members of our football team. Whenever Don sets his sights on a goal, he does his best to reach it. In all, he is the best-natured of fellows, one who makes friends immediately. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Associates 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club 25 Monogram Club 43 School Football Team 3, 4, "H" in Football 45 Senior Night Committee. CLAIRE LUCILLE RICARD 'True merit make: but little noise." Claire is a very understanding, sincere, sweet person. She has attained the honor of being one of the most industrious and scholarly girls in our class. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 45 Girls League 2, 4, Academia Latina 4g Physics Club 4. Never late, no demerits. University of Connecticut. JUNE VIVIAN RICHARDSON JUNIE "She makes sunshine in life's shady places." June possesses that certain "zing" that makes people like her the hrst time they meet her. Without doubt she is one of the "peppiest" and sunniest seniors in our class. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, Yuletide Committee 43 Hartford Tuberculosis Society 3, 43 School Band 2, 3g Freshman Girls Clubg Graduation Usher3 junior Prom Committee. ANTHONY THOMAS RIZZIO SONNY "H ow often it seems the chief good to he born with a cheerful temper." This curly-haired lad has an easy smile and constant geniality. Never ruffled, he should find peace and happiness in life. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 33 Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Boys Club 2. University of Connecticut. ROSANNE GRACE RIZZO Ro "Be, as thy presence is, gracious and hind." Small, dark-haired Rosanne is well-liked by her classmates for her unsurpassed earnest- ness and sincerity. Always with a smile on her face, she is delightfully sweet. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 43 ll Circolo Italiano 2, 3, 4g Italian Chorus 33 Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demetits. EUGENE D. ROBILLARD GENE "Let joy he unconfinedf' Always iovial, Gene's sense of humor constantly bubbled over to create merriment in the classes. He has a serious interest, however, in the mechanics of cars and outdoor life. Saint Ann's School. Athletic Association 23 Senior Boys Club 3, 4. RONALD G. ROBINSON RONNIE "A man faithful and honorable." Ronald has a twinkling eye and a good sense of humor. We wish him the luck he deserves. Saint joseph's School. No demetits. l WILFRED R. ROCHELEAU WILLIE "A faithful friend is a strong defense." Willie has demonstrated that he is a good organizer and a cheerful, untiring worker on any committee. He has made evident further talent on the cross-country team and on the sports staff of the "Ow1et." Saint Ann's School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 43 Senior Boys Club, Vice President 4, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 33 Junior Boys Club 1, 23 "Ow1et" Editorial Board 2, 3, Sports Editor 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 School Cross-Country Team 1, 23 School Track Team 1, 23 "H" in Cross-Country 2. DOROTHY G. ROHAN DOT "Gaiely is lhe soal's health." A sparkling personality and an enviable sense of humor have made Dottie the kind of person who is always surrounded by friends. For her loyal support of all sports activities, she deserves a medal. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Swimming GrouP 33 Girls Badminton Group 3, 4. No demerits. ELSIE RETA ROMANOWSKI SCOOP "Wholesome as air, genial as light." You can always tell when Elsie's around by the lively atmosphere. Her energy is limit- less, her good nature, unfailing. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 Girls Glee Club 3, 4g Senior Choir 2, 3, 43 Girls Bowling Group 3, 4. Never late, no emerrts. IRENE MARIE ROUSSEL RENE "Time to work and time to play." Irene finds enjoyment in whatever she does both in and out of school. Knowing when to laugh and when to be serious is surely a step to future happiness. Q Saint Ann's School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4, I-IPHS Dramatic , Club 3, 4, Sketch Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 45 "Owlet" Editorial Board 1, Freshman Girls Club. Randall School. WALTER A. ROWETT "Still water runs deep." Walter, intelligent and good-looking, knows the way to 'gain the esteem of his class- mates. Always sincere and modest, Walter should travel life's long road successfully. Athletic Association 4, Physics Club 3. ANNE MARIE ROY 'True wil is nalure to advantage dressed." Anne is an attractive girl who makes an impression at first sight. She has a kindly wit and an intelligent mind. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Badminton Group. l l l JACKIE NORMAND RUEL "His sparking eyes so full of fun will keep him forever young." Jack's easy-going, jolly personality has made him one of the most popular boys in the graduating class. An able athlete, he has performed admirably on the track, the gridiron, and the court. ' Saint Ann's School. Student Council 2, 3, Cafeteria Committee, Chairman 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, School Baseball Team 2g School Basketball Team 2, School Cross-Country Team 1, 2, School Football Team 3, 4gc?chool Track Team lg in Football 4, Senior Reception Usherg Class Book Editorial Boar . ROBERT NORMAND ST. PIERRE l "A health unto the happy, A jig for him who frets." Whenever you're down in the dumps, there's always one sure cure-Robert St. Pierre. His iokes, his actions, and his laughter have constantly brought us good times. ' Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 33 Senior Boys Club 5, 4g junior Boys Club 23 Monogram Club 3, 4, School Cross-Country Team, Manager 3, 4g School Track Team, Manager 2, 33 Connecticut School of Engineering. MARTHA MARY SALTUS "A faithful friend is the medicine of life." Martha, one of our most capable helpfulness. She has proved that she knows the worth of loyalty and true friendship. Middletown High School, Middletown, Connecticut. University of Vermont. ELAINE JENNIE MARGITA SANDERS "Sweetness of disposition charms the soul." Although Elaine has come to us just this year, she has nevertheless made many lasting friendships. Hall High's loss was most assuredly our gain. William Hall 'High School, West Hartford, Connecticut. Girls League 45 HPHS Dramatic Club 43 Chemistry Club 4. Valparaiso University. ARTHUR LEIGH RUSSELL "So live and laugh. nor he dismayed." Arthur has that tranquility of manner that accompanies a quiet sense of humor. He is constantly in good spirits. Moylan-Wilson School. WILLIAM JAMES RYAN "Men of feu' words are the hest men." Bill silently and modestly attends to his own affairs. His love for sports is unfailing. Saint joseph junior High School. Athletic Association 5, 43 Senior Boys Club 3. Never late. JEAN ELIZABETH SADLER JEANNIE "She's so radiant, genial, and kind." Jean's sparkling eyes, lovely blonde hair, and beguiling smile have won the hearts of her classmates. Gracious and unassuming, she is richly endowed. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 33 Girls League 2, 3, 4g Girls Archery Club 25 Girls Badminton Group 4. Never late. GOLDIE in Cross-Country. MARTY workers, has often saved the day, with her quiet, "Nothing is imporrihle to the cheerful mind." Happy-go-lucky Norm is never depressed about anything. She wears the attitude of "It's a big, wide, wonderful world." Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, Yuletide Committee 3, 45 World Problems Club 45 Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 15 Girls Leaders Corps, Vice President 45 Girls Badminton Group 4. Martin is a happy-go-lucky fellow, whose life is pleasure and fun. His proficiency with a tennis racquet is remarkable. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 45 Senior Boys Club 45 Monogram Club 35 School Tennis Team 33 "H" in Tennis 3. Frank's well-rounded personality should bring him as much success in the future as it has at HPHS. His ability on the baseball diamond has gained him noteworthy praise. Immaculate Conception School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 45 Junior Boys Club 1, 2. w MARYANN SANSONE "A merry heart goer all the day." Merry is the word characterizing Mary. Her cheerful cooperation and constant amiability have won for her many friends. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 45 Girls Swimming Group 35 Girls Badminton Group 35 Girls Bowling Group 3, 45 Girls Volley Ball Team 35 Emblem in Volley Ball 35 Freshman Girls Club. 5 55' 5 1 'kzafif 5 f MARY JULIA SARGIS "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." An unassuming manner, a radiant smile, sparkling eyes-that's Mary. This dark-haired, light-hearted lass is always happy. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 25 Girls Basketball Team 2, Captain 35 Girls iiaftball Team 35 Girls Bowling Group 45 Girls Volley Ball Team 25 Emblem in Basketball. ever ate. NORMAN SARKISIAN "Happy 1 am, from care I 'rn free." Almost everyone knows of Norman's good nature and boundless wit. He has proved his responsibility, too, by his untiring efforts in the Astronomy Club. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Senior Boys Club 3, 45 Biology Club 25 Astronomy Club 3, Vice President 45 School Basketball Team 3. NORMA JEAN SAUTNER MARTIN F. SCHWARTZ "Bring it on,' I 'll try anything once." FRANK PETER SEIDL SI "The man'.r as true at steel." FRANCES CECELIA SEITZ FRAN "Laws die, hook: never." Frances is a quiet, studious type, who keeps high the scholastic record of Hartford High. Those who really know her hold her in esteem and respect. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. JANICE BARBARA SELL JAN "Little, but oh my!" Petite and fun-loving is Janice. Always sincere and reliable, she has gained the con- fidence of many friends, and contributed much to the reputation of our school. New Park Avenue School. National Honor Society 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Der Deutsche Verein 3, 43 Academia Latina 2, 3, Secretary 4, Chemistry Club 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 2, Junior Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, 2, Girls Basketball Team 2, Girls Badminton Group 3, Vice President 4, Emblem in Basketball 2, Freshman Girls Club, Senior Night Committee, Class Book Business Board. Never late, no demerits. A Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. WARREN NORMAN SENTIVANY SEN "True worth make: but little noise." Warren is one who works without expecting praise. A reserved nature and sincere manner are part of his inner worth. New Park Avenue School. Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4. University of Connecticut. LUCILLE M. SEVIGNY LOU "I .ray little, but when time rhall rerve, there :hall be .rmile.t." Only a rare few know Lucille's wit and good humor. She is gentle and sweet, with intelligence that insures a future successful in every aspect. . Dominick F. Burns junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 43 Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. PAUL GERARD SEVIGNY "Some think the world is made for fun and froliquand .fo do I." Paul has his serious side, but he also enjoys a little fun. No matter where he is, he can be relied upon to come forth with a witty remark or a friendly word, whichever suits the situation. Saint Thomas Seminary. HPHS Debating Club 4. STANLEY JOSEPH SHILENSKY STAN "Art ir power." Stanley's scholastic and artistic abilities have added to his reputation and that of HPHS. His prowess on the basketball court has also gratified many court followers. Dominick F. Bums junior High School. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Boys Club 2, Der Deutsche Verein 2, 33 Physics Club 3, School Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, in Basketball 4, Graduation Usher, Class Book Art Board. 66 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. PETER PAUL SHUMSKI PETE "Look cheerfully upon me." Pete's pleasantry and friendliness, along with his happy-go-lucky manner, have produced an attractive personality. With such a gregarious nature, Pete will never be alone. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 35 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club 2. Never late. JOHN L. SIMONELLI "Longer liveth a glad man than a rorryf' ohn is always well-groomed and smiling. He never worries, and so gets along well with everybody. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 4g Senior Boys Club 3. Never late. BARBARA MAE SMITH MUTT "The :enre of humor ir the jun balance of all the facullierf' Barbara is a girl with a sense of humor and broad sociability. Always seeming to be happy, she spreads her cheerfulness wherever she goes. Weaver High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demerits. 5 K I FRANKLIN JOHN SMITH "In music I'll1ind my fortune." Frank is quite an artist with the harmonica and the guitar. He seems to have a serene outlook on life. With his music and his personality he should get along well. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Senior Boys Club 2, 4, Senior Choir 4, Harmonica Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN EVELYN SMITH "A willing smile, desire to pleare, and aclionr hacking both of there." Jean's blue eyes sparkle with enthusiasm. She is an ardent supporter of HPHS athletic contests. Frank O. Jones Junior High School. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 1, President 23 Girls Leaders Corps, Treasurer 4g Girls Basketball Team 3, Captain lg Girls Softball Team 3, Captain 1, 2g Girls Badminton GrouP 33 Girls Volley Ball Team 2, Emblem in Basketball, Softball, Volley Ball, Freshman Girls Club. Never late, no demerits. Saint Francis Hospital School of Nursing. WALTER MARTIN SODERBERG WALT "I make the mort of all that comer." Easy-going Walt has hade several friends at HPHS. He has enjoyed all his subjects, especially math, and also has done well in track. Noah Webster School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, School Baseball Team 2g School Cross-Country Team 4, School Track Team 3. No demerits. Minnesota State College. PATRICIA ANN SOPELAK PAT "Softly tpeahf and .roftly rmilerf' Making her way unobtrusively, Pat has proved her worth. She has the Hne qualities of sincerity and generosity, and the intelligence and efficiency that make good secretaries. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Badminton Group 4. Never late, no demerits. MYRNA LOUISE SPIESKE CHUBBY "I ind earth not grey, but roxy." Myrna's congenial air and love of talk have endeared her to her many friends. Life takes on a rosy hue when, she is around. Cl bWest Middle School. Girls League 2, 3, 4g Girls Softball Team 1, 2, Freshman Girls u . CHRISTINE PAULINE STACHELSKI TINA "True at the needle to the pole, or the dial to the run." Christine's dependability, cooperative spirit, and ever-present helping hand have com- bined to keep her always in demand. Her ability to maintain a high scholastic rating and to remain socially active have made her an asset to our class. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 43 Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 Senior Banquet Committee, Elizabeth W. Stone Biology Prize. No demerits. EMANUEL STAMOS MIKE "When I laugh, the world laughr, loo." Mike's usually talking, laughing, gesticulating but always ready with a kind word. His jolly manner makes others gay. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Senior Boys Club, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 43 Senior Choir 2. GENEVIEVE ANN STARON JENNY "True to her work. her word, af11lherfrier1dr." Here is a true friend. If you ever ask a favor of Jenny, you're sure never to be let down. She performs a task with reliability and accuracy. n Dominick F. Burns junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 43 Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3. 4, Girls League Z, 3, 45 Girls Badminton Group 4, Class Book Typing Board, Nellie G. Nelson English Prize. Never absent, no demerits. DONALD EDWARD STEERE , DON "Q1ziel mannerr are a mark of good breeding." On the football field, Donald is a bulwark of strength, in school, he is ambitious, and can always be depended upon when there's a job to be done. He has the sincerity and loyalty that go along with true friendship. Moylan-Vlilson School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 45 Astronomy Club 3, Treasurer 43 Monogram Club 3, 4, School Football Team 2, 3, 4, School Track Team 2, "H" in Football 3, 4, All-District Honorable Mention 3, 45 Senior Banquet Committee. BARBARA JUNE STEWARTSON BARB "Ol blerred with temper, whore urzclouded ray Can make tomorrow cheerful ar today." When quietude departs, merrymaking begins with Barbara. A combination of a reserved but cheerful manner makes her a pleasure to know. New Park Avenue School. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Good Citizenship Committee 3, Club Committee 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Softball Team 3, Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. BRUCE R. STOCKDALE "Hard work reap: high pleasure." Bruce is one who has learned the value of hard work. His reserved manner is one of his most worthy qualities. Central High School, Kansas City, Missouri. Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Hopkins Debating Club 4, Secretary 3, HPHS Dramatic Club 3, 4, Academia Latina 4, Senior Choir 3, School Tennis Team 3, 4, "H" in Tennis 3. STANLEY MICHAEL SUDOL STASHY "He ir well paid that ir tatirfiedf' Wherever Stan went, he could be heard discussing his Cleveland Indians. His quietness in class was restrained only so that he could make his voice heard outside of school. Dominick F. Burns junior High School. Senior Boys Club 4, Junior Boys Club 2. EUGENE FRANCIS SULLIVAN, JR. GENE "I make the mart of all that comer." Gene's a fine fellow and a true friend, whose combination of mirth and intelligence has made him a well-balanced personality. He is a worthy representative of the class of '51. Our Lady of Sorrows School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2. A University of Connecticut. FRANCIS XAYIER SULLIVAN SULLY "What'r the use of worrying?" Francis's chief aversion is studying, nevertheless, he seems to get along very well. With his sense of humor and carefree nature, he should always be happy. Holy Trinity Junior High School. Athletic Association 35 Senior Boys Club 3, 4. Never late. HERBERT JOHN SULLIVAN SULLY "A kind heart he hath." Herb is a courteous fellow who is full of fun, yet he is quiet and unassuming. He is quite an athlete, too. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, junior Boys Club 2. PAUL D. SULLIVAN "What good I see humbly I seek to do, And live obedient to the law." Wellsmannered and retiring, Paul is one of our most outstanding students scholastically. His book knowledge is immeasurable. Noah Webster School. National Honor Society 3, 45 Athletic Association 1, 4, Senior Boys School 4, Hopkins Debating Club 3, Vice President-Treasurer 4g Graduation Usher. No demerits. JACK P. SURABIAN "A man convinced against his will is ofthe same opinion still." Jack is a person quick with clever retort, but not easily swayed from his own convic- tions. His artistic ability ranking among the school's best, we are certain his entrance into the lield of art will be welcomed. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 4g Senior Boys Club 45 Junior Boys Club 2, Boys Glee Club 3, 4g Senior Choir 3, 4g Class Book Art Board, Scholastic Art Award 3. ROBERT JOSEPH SWIETEK WHITEY "To look up and not down, to look forward and not hack." Determination and ambition to succeed are the chief marks of Robert's character. These qualities made him one of our most respected and esteemed classmates. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Boys Club 2g Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Biology Club 25 Physics Club 33 Boys Leaders Corps 2, 3. No demerits. University of Connecticut. GERALD A. TANSEY GERRY "A man of weight and substance." Gerald has a manner which has placed him high in the opinion of his classmates. His quietness is due not to his lack of ability, but to his modesty. West Middle School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Boys Club 3, 4. No demerits. University of Connecticut. B. ARMEN TAVSHANJIAN TAVY "As merry as the day is long." It is not an unknown fact that Armen is one of the sharpest dressers in our class. Certainly, he will long be remembered for his leopard skin paraphernalia, and more than that, for his great sense of fun. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Projectioneers, Treasurer 4, Senior Choir 2. ALLAN LELAND TAYLOR AL "I pray thee then Write me as one who loves his fellow men." Allan is a blond young man with a cheerful countenance. Well-mannered and generous natured, he seems to get a great deal out of life. Noah Webster School. Senior Boys Club 3, 4g Junior Boys Club 1, 23 Hopkins Debating Club 4, Biology Club 2. PAUL PATRICK THOMAS RUSTY HAZEL ARLENE THIBAULT T "A faithful friend is the medicine of life." Hazel's dependability and willingness to give a helping hand reveal her generous nature. Her sincerity and light humor make her the kind of person who is pleasant to have around. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 43 Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 33 Girls Leaders Corps 43 Emblem in Volley Ball 2g Senior Banquet Committee. Never late, no demerits. E. CLAYTON THIBODEAU TIBBY "To he wise we must first learn to he happy." A hearty greeting and a broad smile are indications of the love of fun that has made Clayton one of the socialites of our class. He was one of our most ardent rooters at,all sports events. New Park Avenue School. Student Council 1, Chairman, Trophy Committee, Finance Committee 43 Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 HPHS Debating Club 23 Biology Club 23 School Cross-Country Team 1, 2g School Track Team 1, 23 School Golf Team 3, 43 junior Prom Committee. University of Connecticut. ELAINE M. THOMAS "A little sweet, a little spice, That makes the combination nite." Elaine, with gracious charm and encouraging words for everyone, seems radiantly happy and optimistic. She approaches everything she does intelligently. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 43 Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, Secretary 43 Senior Choir 2. Never absent, never late, no demerits. Speech is great, hut silence is greater." Co-Captain Paul has gained much recognition through his athletic ability on the football field. His talents are not restricted there, however, for he has talent in art, too. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4g "Owlet" Business Board, Assistant Art Editor 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Boys Leaders Corps 4, School Football Team 3, Captain 4 in Football 3, 43 Senior Reception Usher3 Senior Night Committee3 Class Book Art Board. EDWIN ROBERT THOMPSON "The world's no better if we worryf life's no shorter if we hurry." Ed was a decided asset to our football team. He is neat in appearance, easy-going, and always able to have fun in whatever he undertakes. Saints Cyril and Methodius School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Senior Boys Club 3, 43 Junigr Bgys Club, Treasurer 23 Monogram Club 43 School Football Team 43 in Foot all . RUTH ELIZABETH TIBBO RED "A light heart lives long." Ruth's.good nature and friendly disposition will help her make a happy life. As one of ogxr most avid bowling enthusiasts, she is a conspicuous member of Miss Doty's Bowling Clu . Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4g Girls Softball Team 2g Girls Bowling Group 3, 43 Emblem in Baseball. HENRY WILLFRED TREMBLAY PEE WEE DONALD ROBERT TITUS DON "I know you are full of good nature." Don is a good-natured fellow who has many scientific interests. He intends to follow one interest by specializing in radar when he joins the service. Dominick F. Burns Jifnior High School. Senior Boys Club 3, 43 HPHS Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Never late. RICHARD L. TOUSSAINT DICK "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Constantly smiling, Dick always has an appropriate joke. He has his serious side, tooj which endears him all the more to his classmates. l Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3. JANICE SHIRLEY TRACY JAN "Her loneliness was enhanced when she smiled at me." While her vivacious charm and vibrant warmth have won for her untold friends, she still retains the sincere quality and unassuming nature which were characteristic of her early school days here. Devotion to duty has hade her one of our most admired and valued class- mates. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Student Council, Treasurer and Chairman of Financial Committee 4, Girls League 2, Springtime Committee 3, Yuletide Committee 4, President 4, Academia Latina 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Badminton Group 2, Girls Bowling Group 35 Girls Table Tennis Group 3, junior Prom Committeeg Senior Reception Usher, Class Book Business Board, Mary K. Russ Ideal Girl Awardg Senior Reception Committee. Teachers College of Connecticut. I haue lwed to know that the secret of happiness is neuer to allow your energies to stagnalef' Henry is a smiling, cheerful lad with plenty of life and spirit. His ability to perform in track has won him state-wide recognition. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, junior Boys Club 1, 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4g School Cross-Country Team 2, Captain 3, 4, School Swimming Team 3, School Track Team 2, 3, 4, in Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, in Track 3, 4, Cross-Country State Championship Team 4, Track State Champion Team. VIVIAN MARY TUMMILLO Viv "Happiness seems made to he shared." Genial Viv came to HPHS in her junior year and she easily made friends in a remark- able short time. Her classmates have found her to be earnest and dependable. William Hall High School, West Hartford, Connecticut. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 3, 4, "Chronicle" Business Board, Typist 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 3, Class Book Typing Board. Never absent, never late, no demerits. r GERALDINE FRANCES TYNAN GERRE "A lady so richly clad as she, heauziful exceedingly." Gerre possesses the rare talent of being able to choose her clothes wisely and wear them well. Charm of manner, too, has won her many admirers. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 43 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 45 Astronomy Club 4, World Problems Club 2, Freshman Girls Club. No demerits. University of Connecticut. r . MARILYN CLAIRE TYSKEWIC MARLIN "A pleasing countenance is no slight advantage." Attractive Marilyn has one of those heart-warming smiles. Steadfastness and kindliness are two of her many line qualities. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, 43 Inter-High Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls Volley Ball Team 2, Emblem ' in Volley Ball 2. Never late, no demerits. FRANCIS MARION TYSZKA, JR. "Natures of .fuch deep trust we shall much need." Francis is an earnest, well-appearing fellow. At times, he has a roguish smile that denies a seemingly quiet nature. Saints Cyril and Methodius School. Athletic Association 2, 33 Senior Boys Club 2, 3, 45 Boys Leaders Corps 2, "H" in Tumbling 2. CAROL FRANCES ULITSCH N "The rnildest manners and the gentlert heart." i Carol sparkles with optimism. She is quiet, reserved, and gracious in her ways. N Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 Girls Volley Ball Team 33 Emblem in Volley Ball. Never late, no demerits. MARY VIOLET VAITKUS V SKIPPY "For a light heart line: long." Mary has a gift for making a person feel right at home when in her company. She has a fine character-sincerity, amiability, and modesty. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4g Girls Softball Team 2, 33 Girls Badminton Group 4. Never late, no demerits. SAMUEL ANTHONY VALENTE SAMMY "Under all speech that ir good for anything, there lies a .silence that is better." Sam has been a successful contender for football honors. He is a good-looking fellow with a fine sense of humor. ' Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 43 School Football Team 2, 3, 45 in Football 4. PATRICIA ANNE VANDECAR PAT , "She is as pretty as she is-sweet." A congenial nature, a pleasant smile, and unassuming manner-that's Pat. Hers is the cheerful disposition, the diligent spirit. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Girls League 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, Class Book Typing Board. Never late. MARY ANNE VANDERBURGH LULU "Petite, Jweet, pretty, and neat." Bright-eyed, charming, and lively, Mary has brightened us all with sincere friendli- ness and personal magnetism. Utterly dependable and constantly cheerful, she has been prominent both scholastically and socially. Moylan-Wilson School. National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 15 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 4, Vice President 35 Academia Latina 2, 4, Secretary 35 Chemistry Club 45 Girls Glee Club 45 Senior Choir 45 Freshman Girls Club, Junior Prom Usher5 Class Prophet5 Class Book Editorial Board. No demerits. MARION CECILE VANNOSTRAND VAN "With 4 Jong in her heart." Marian, weaving a pattern of harmonious congeniality among her classmates, is a girl of deep sincerity, warmth of personality, and unassuming disposition. With her fine singing voice and her lively guitar, she has brightened many of our affairs and made them well-wonth remembering. Saint Joseph junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 "H" as Maiorette 2, 3, 45 Girls Softball Team 25 Emblem in Softball 2. Never late. Saint Agnes Training School for Nurses. ROBERT CHARLES VASNUS BOB "Thou art a fellow of good rerpectf' Bob's conscientious work in everything he undertakes is a sign of an industrious worker. Being a gentleman of the finest qualities, he has few superiors. Saint Joseph Junior High School. Athletic Association 3, 45 Senior Boys Club 3, 45 HPHS Dramatic Club 3, 45 Physics Club 35 School Cross-Country Team 3, Manager 45 School Track Team 3, Manager 45 "H" in Cross-Country 45 Senior Banquet Committee. No demerits. University of Connecticut. - THERESA ,IEANNE VERONEAU TERRY "All thingr are won by diligence." Theresa, by her sincere efforts to achieve a fine scholastic record, has always managed to come through with flying colors. She possesses a quiet charm worth noting. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. National Honor Society 3, 45 Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Class Book Typing Board5 Mrs. Lewis Rose English Prize. Never late, no demerits. ? JANET VICORITO VICKI "A cheerful disporition maker the world go round." jan's geniality, sincerity, and sympathetic understanding of others, along with her never- failing good humor, are the characteristics which mark her as a person who gets along with everyone. New Park Avenue School. Girls League 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 45 Freshman Girls Club. BETTY ROSE VIRELLI "We are charmed by neatneu of person." Neat in appearance, generous and genial in spirit, Betty possesses those qualities which make her the well-dressed and well-liked girl she is. She was a frequent attender of school affairs, especially the dances. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 "Chronicle" Business Board, Typist 4. RONALD FREDERICK VOELKER VOKE "A day for toil, and an hour for sport, Bat, lor a friend, life is too short." Ronald can always adjust himself to any situation. He has an appealing smile and a faculty for being sympathetic or gay, according to the circumstances. Henry Barnard junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 4, Junior Boys Club 2, Boys Glee Club 4, Senior Choir 4. Never late. ELAINE LOUISE WAAS "Laughing, talking, full of fun." A Chopin at the piano, Elaine has the ability and industry to become a great player. She has a kind sense of humor, which has been the chief reason for her many friends. New Park Avenue School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4. No demetits. FRANK EUGENE WAGNER GENE "Thy purpose hrm ir equal to the deed." Frank is ambitious and quick-witted. These qualities combined with his being good- looking will take him a long way. Morgan High School, Clinton, Connecticut. Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Hopkins Debating Club 3, HPHS Dramatic Club 4, Senior Choir 3, 4. DIANA LOIS WASHBURN DIDY "I have a heart with room for every joy." Every morning Di could be seen rushing into the classroom just before the bell rings. Her vivacious nature and sunny disposition will long be remembered by her many friends. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, Yule- tide Committee 4, Academia Latina 3, Chemistry Club 4, World Problems Club 2, 3, "Owlet" Editorial Board 3, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4, Freshman Girls Club, ' Elizabeth P. Peck Second Prize. , Saint Joseph College. l DAVID WATERS BUDDY "A friend is a rare hook, of which but one copy is made." Dave is a friend of all. He has been constantly in attendance at the school dances, helping to make them a success. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic- Association I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club, Harvest Moon Ball Committee 4, Junior Boys Club 1, 2, School Basketball Team 2, Senior Banquet Committee. I SPENCER JAMES WATSON "The merifr all his own." Spencer is a dark-haired, good-looking fellow, who is the soul of courtesy. He is nimble of both tongue and wit. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 4, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1. ELIZABETH LOUISE WEBSTER BETTY "CheerfulneJr and friendlinett clothed in dependability." Through Betty's reserved manner beams a spirit of unceasing kindness and good-hearted generosity. Friendly, sincere, and industrious, she has always been regarded as someone we could depend on for cooperation and loyalty. Manchester High School, Manchester, Connecticut. National Honor Society 4, Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 3, 4. No demerits. REGINA KATHARINE WHITE REGGIE "Not quiet, not short, not loud, not tall, But a pleasant mingling of them all." On first encounter, Regina may appear to be a quiet, shy girl, but, on the second, her charming personality is revealed. She has a large citcle of friends at HPHS. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. THOMAS MICHAEL WIELOCK "Minh with thee I mean to live." Tom may impress one at first as a reserved person, but his close friends know him as fun-loving. They have enjoyed his amusing jokes and carefree nature. Cl bgominick F. Burns Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Senior Boys u . WILEY WIGGINS "Get alittle fun out of life." ' Although his time was taken up with out-of-school activities, Wiley always managed to make himself felt as a pleasant and well-liked classmate. He is usually full of mirth. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 33 Junior Boys Club 25 Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, School Cross-Country Team 2, 3, School Track Team 2, 3. Never late. BURTON AXEI. WIKMAN BURT "The kindert man, The bert conditioned and unwearied spirit In doing sonneries." Burton is a blond fellow, who is always good-natured and smiling. He possesses the qualities of honesty and sincerity of purpose. William H. Hall High School, West Hartford, Connecticut. Athletic Association 3, 4. Never absent, never late. Hartford Technical Trade School. PHILENA ABBIE WILCOX PHIL "Laughing cheerfulnerr throw: runlight on all the path: of life." Whether it be academically or socially, Philena is one of the outstanding members of our class. Her vitality as a cheerleader and her sparkling personality at all occasions brought joy and life to our school affairs. Moylan-Wilson School. National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Academia Latina 2, 3, 4, "Chronicle" Business Board, Typist 45 Senior Choir 2, Cheerleader 3, Assistant Head 4, Letter in Cheerleading 4, Freshman Girls Club, Junior Prom Usher, Senior Reception Usher, Senior Night Com- mittee, Class Book Business Board. Never late. MARLENE WILLIAMS "A cheerful look makes a dirh a feast." If you have not met Marlene, you have really missed something. She's as cute as can be, always ready for a good laugh. And does she keep the boys dangling on the end of her line! Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 2, 3, Girls League 2, 3, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. Virginia State University. PATRICIA COLE WILLIAMS "PleaJure and action make the hours :eem short." Although Pat has been with us only during our last year, her ability to mingle success- fully with people has won her many close associations. We are glad she joined our class. Windham High School, Willimantic, Connecticut. Girls League 4, HPHS Dramatic Club 4. No demerits. Conover Modeling School. LOIS MARIE WINTERS "All .rucceedr with people who are of rweet and cheerful disposition." Tireless enthusiasm, engaging charm, and deep sincerity are abundant in petite Lois. Her spontaneous smile and sparkling wit have been the delight of her many admiring friends. Wethersfield High School, Wethersrield, Connecticut. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club 2, Senior Banquet Committee. No demerits. Saint Joseph College. SYLVIA WILES SYI. "Sing away rorrow, dance away care." Sylvia is noted for her demure manner and pleasant air. Always attractive and well- groomed, she has a sunny disposition, which is enviable. Moylan-Wilson School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 45 Freshman Girls Club. CELESTINE JOYCE WILLIAMS "Her :mile ir fairer far Than :miles of other maiden: are." lf you are with Celestina, you are assured of a good time. Her sunny smile and her sincerity of purpose have gained her a friendly place in our class. Henry Barnard Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 2, 3, 43 Senior Choir 3. Virginia State College. ETI-IEL MARIE WILLIAMS SONNE "So cheerful, gay, and happy." Vivacious Ethel, with her blond hair and laughing eyes, is one of the most attractive seniors. Who will ever forget her dramatic performances as the devil in Club Night and as the heroine in "The Inner Willy"? New Park Avenue School. Student Council Ig Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, 4g HPHS Dramatic Club 2, Junior Executive 3, President 4, Italian Chorus 35 Chemistry Club, Treasurer 4, "Owlet" Editorial Board 4, 'Owlet" Business Board 2g Girls Glee Club 3, Senior Choir 3g Freshman-Sophomore Girls Leaders Club, Secretary 1 and 25 Girls Archery Club lg Girls Basketball Team 1, 2, Girls Softball Team 1, 2, 3g Girls ger1nig:1GEoup 1, Girls Golf Group 3, Emblem in Basketball and Softball 1, 2, Freshman rrs u . Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. IKE PAT ROBERT J. WYSOCKI "N ever too reriour, not too frivolour, But a rare, good fellow." With his impressive build and expert handling of the ball, Bob was one of the highlights on the football held. He possesses a clear-eyed, healthy look and a humorous, jolly nature, which have made him very popular. Alfred E. Burr Junior High School. Athletic Association 4, Senior Boys Club 33 Monogram Club 4, School Football Team 4, "H" in Football 4, Sweater in Football 4, District Award in Football 4. DESPIN A YIMOYIN ES PINEY "A Jweet kind of grace." When you see a group of girls laughing merrily, Despina is sure to be among them. This energetic young lady has won our admiration for her willingness to volunteer for any undertaking. Noah Webster School. Girls League 2, 5, 4, Freshman Girls Club. MARGARET M. YOTT L4ARGE "Good nature and good .tense go through life hand in hand." Margaret is the kind of girl who is always ready to help others. Her sweetness of disposition and pleasant manners make us glad to have known her. Dominick F. Burns Junior High School. Girls League 2, 3, 4. Never late, no demerits. MARYLYN JANET YOUNG LYN "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Pretty, blonde Marylyn, with her charm and good humor, has added much to our class. Who of her friends shall ever forget those side-splitting stories that she had such a faculty for telling? ' Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, Connecticut. Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls League 3, 4, "Owler" Editorial Board 4. Never late. EMIL ZACHAREVITZ ZEKB "The heart benevolent and kind." Emil can be both quiet and lively. Always willing to lend a helping hand, he is recognized as a true and dependable friend. Henry Barnard junior High School. Boys Glee Club, Librarian 4. Never late. l SARAH ANNE ZERBA SALLY ".S'oltne.tr of :mile indicates .rweetness of Jpiritf' Although with the Class of 1951 but a short time, Sarah has won many friends in a quiet but amiable way. She has a charming naturalness so rarely found. Wethersfield High School, Wethersheld, Connecticut. Athletic Association 4, Girls League 4. Never late, no demerits. BRENDON PRESTON SAM "Save your sorrow for tomorrow, smile awhile today." Such an easy-going and carefree personality has made Brendon pleasant company at all times. He has acquired that rare ability to make friends, and, furthermore, he has proved himself a loyal, worthy one. Saint Joseph Junior High School. ELLSWORTH NINDE STEPHENSON ELLIE ' "Lay aside life-harming heaviness, And entertain a cheerful disposition." Ellsworth is a happy-go-lucky fellow with a spontaneous wit. On the serious side, he is ambitious and well-intentioned. West Middle School. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Club 3, 43 Junior Boys Club 1, 25 Senior Choir 3, 43 School Cross-Country Team, Manager 2, School Track Team, Manager 2. The Class of 1951 wishes the best of luck to these graduates who have entered the services of the United States: CHARLES JOSEPH LITWINAS NORMAN JOSEPH RAICHE EDWARD J. KRAUS JOSEPH P. GANLEY E. CLAYTON THIBODEAU KENNETH RICHARD ANDERSON GLENN ROBERT ASTLES PAUL ARTHUR DESROCHBRS GEORGE CARLTON DUGGAN REGLNALD GEORGE FENTNER 79 asm' L 1 ' im' 1" am f f jf aaas il 11C l ytbl f?"F',' 'ily K 3 up It m!h.f 1 LfEVEi m: i: , np , m,AV V1m,,,VV A my is g 10 11 13 14s fe 18 "i 17 1111 ' ' ' A September October November December January Lgdfllbl flzkfzalzl 6-Opening of School February 18-Election of Boys Club Officers 29-Girls League Assembly for Miss Helen Pritchard 11-Installation of Boys Club Officers 23-United Nations Assembly-Mr. Franklin Porter, the Speaker March 25-All-State Musical Festival at HPHS 11-Harvest Moon Ball 16-BLIE Day 17-Football Rally and Dance 21-Girls League Box Supper 27-Clement C. Hyde Book Prize to April Orlando Hines 5-junior City Council Inauguration 7-Election of Seniors to Honor Society 15-Yuletide 20-Boys Club Christmas Party for Orphans May 2-Disaster Committee Appointed for Civilian Defense June 8-Girls League Vocation Assembly 15-College Entrance Examinations 26-End of First Semester 80 5-American Legion Oratorical Contest 10-Valentine Dance 12-Girls League Song Fest 14-Trinity Glee Club Assembly 19-Beginning of Boys Club Exploratory Week 6-Monogram Club Banquet 10-Senior Night 12--Measurement of Seniors for Caps and Gowns 13-Honor Society Examinations 14-Girls League Easter Party for Orphans 2-1909 Speaking Prize 7-Dramatic Club Play 13-Club Night 14-Track Meet at the Armory 19-Senior Breakfast 25-Batterson Debate 24-Senior Banquet ll-Springtime 25-Boys Club Variety Show 4-Installation of Girls League Officers 16-Senior Reception 18-Class Night 22-Graduation CFinally! D . . 'V+ -e., Vx .,,, K N lie, gg ! W . - M X iff 4 "1 'Af' . x .. -., -, . Q YV , A , + "' .446 V A ,,,f- H ,, "fd 5 . AT gr , . 4 i L 9 3, Q ' 9 W g'l,, W W Y' he vb 1 ph ,, v- tah 9 I if 1 ' Q' Pr 1 I Es: l '12 9' 's- MARTHA L. HANF Under the able leadership of Mayor Orlando Hines, the junior City Council had its second success- ful year. The Council, in an uphill fight, secured driving education for the students of the three high schools. Enos Arnold, Daniel Lynch, Charles Buzzell, and Lucy Cronin comprised the HPHS delegation. Mr. Charles E. Perry was the adviser. Although this was her initial year as adviser to Student Council, Miss Hanf's wise guidance and ur ing effort were the main factors in the successful 1 gress of this influential organization. Her quiet cha and friendly spirit have won the confidence of pupils who worked with her. 10712127 flfy Quncz' -E'E,s5'i?f?f LL, .. , 3 W1 'Q' 'F' 51 ffezf51a.s'.s' avmmzfhe The main project of the Red Cross Committee was the filling of a school chest for a war-torn coun- try. As a delegate for the Inter-High Council, the chairman, Monica Kuehner, brought back several con- structive ideas to her committee, which consisted of Daniel Lynch, Joyce Woodend, and Leroy Highey. The teacher sponsors of this com- mittee were Miss Anna Merz and Miss Ruth Holden. fill fammlfzw Claudette Ruel, chairman of tl Club Committee, with the aid 4 Barbara Stewartson, Edward Luca and Robert Taksar, revised the clu section of the handbook this yea Another one of their undertaking was the planning of Club Night, a outstanding event of the year. zkuzfzw ammzfke Janice Tracy-chairman, Clayto Thibodeau, Frances D'Abate, an Charles Adams made up the con mittee that controlled the puts strings of the Student Council. The supervised the monetary affairs c the Rally and Valentine Dances. fakfzwb mmzffee This group, composed of james Iullins, jackie Ruel, and Lucy ronin, undertook the many prob- ms which involve the cafeterias. hey tried to make the cafeterias :tter places in which to eat, by leans of clean-up drives and the ldition of pictures to brighten up ne atmosphere. 4561-ialzflsxid ammlfke The purpose of the Scholarship Iommittee is to promote and main- ain the academic record of HPHS m as high a plane as possible. Henry Jado-chairman, Ann Louise Mor- ensen, and Marilou Flannigan en- orced the point system so that no iupil would overload himself with o much extra-curricular activity hat his grades would suffer. gkwzf flbbensfij Headed by Enos Arnold, this committee, which included Diana Bart, Constance LeBlanc, and Ken- neth Stevens, undertook the task of sending get-well cards to sick pupils and also having the HPHS Code posted in every session room. Uanzzihfes 6467! 741125 The picture at the right shows four of the candidates for the junior City Coun- cil casting their votes. Charley Buzzell, Ethel Williams, jim Coope, and Susan Anderson select their candidates for office. Pictured below is a candid photo of voters being registered before balloting. The Council, in addition to securing driv- er education, conducted a City Beautiful Campaign and an Inter-High Talent Show. i KX Cgkcdbn ffefuflfzs Pictured at left are Enos Arnold, Lucy Cronin, Paula Boesch, and Orlando Hines, in the order named, casting their votes at the polls. Above is a view of Dan Lynch, John McCormick, and Ethel 'Williarns Dan is just emerging from casting his vote. C7 lui X . x X 0' .321 f Q V 0 7 3 X ,I ' 1w'E M we 1 I A if W W fL'f'Zf,m,,,, 'Uffa 6142705126 " Under the tireless supervi- sion of Miss Kate Linfield and the diligent efforts of its edi- tor, Henry Pado, the "Chron- icle" board has continued to produce a literary monthly of the finest quality. Students from all the classes make con- tributions of essays, stories, and poems, which are read with enjoyment by their class- mates. Miss Geraldine Squarey, Miss Catherine Wynd, and Miss Helen Lynch also serve as advisers. Jlfwmzf ,ygivm cgaclbfy Scholarship, leadership, alty, and citizenship are aims of this organizat whose officers well met tl standards: president, Dan . tokg vice president, jack C lagher, secretary, Mon Kuehner. The highlight of year for both alumni and p CDI members of the Sm Chapter of the National H or Society is the annual gatl ing held in June. 'Uwlef' Cgzfhfllbf 500274, This year's "Owlet" was or of the "news-iest" ever. Wil Mr. Virgil Viets as faculty at viser and Dan Kotok as edito in-chief, the staff was kept bu: turning out a paper of fron page stories, gossip, featui columns, sports news, and sti ring editorials. But along wit work came the thrill of pounc ing typewriters, the smell 4 printers' ink, and the sight c the paper as it rolled off tk presses. ga, 5,04 SMMMMZQMJ Few meetin s of the Class g . Book Editorial Board were as Jrderly as this picture repre- ents. More often, paper, ks and ictures were scat- Joo ,. p . iered about the room. The Class of '51 will never know tll the difficulties that the Joard encountered, but they do cnow that much of the suc- :ess of the book is due to the -fforts of Miss Florrie Alder- son. And, of course, many ob- stacles were hurdled by the in- :entive of a cookie. wzaar gumzess 5441! This club has been very active under the guidance of Miss Nova Bartlett, Miss Anna Merz, and Miss Geraldine Squarey. The annual Christ- mas sale, always a tremendous success, is the largest project. An exhibit of work by the Hartford Art School and a special demonstration of por- trait painting by Mr. Henrik Mayor were the highlights of the spring party. The officers for the ear were president Y , Alice Emmonsg vice president, Phyllis Mofifattg secretary, Nor- ma Duggan, and treasurer Barbara Magnuson. - IH ' wmgf tghfvff UM Withtmur this board our "Ow1et" would be minus those "ads," which carry the burden of expenses. In Mr. jack Berk- man's first year as faculty ad- viser, the staff handled adver- tising and circulation as cap- ably as ever, with much credit going to Shirley Poulin as busi- ness manager early in the year and to Edward Kenneally, her successor, later in the term. fffemzkhy fda! With Mr. Randall Gifford and Mr. Edward Wolcott. as faculty advisers, the Chem Club took an educational trip to the Trinity College labora- tories. Experiments performed by members also provided en- joyment at the meetings. Showing movies and partici- pating in the Science Fair add- ed to the variety of the year's program. The officers were president, Enos Arnold, vice president, John McCormick, secretary, Justine MacCarthyg treasurer, Ethel Williams, and chairman of the program com- mittee, james Coope. ,Wm ,Weufscfie mm The members of the Get man Club, with Miss Catherini Dodd as adviser, have had i very enjoyable and busy yeai Their activities consisted 0 sending Care packages, hold ing informative talks abou outstanding German musician and writers, and gathering fo the singing of German songs The club has always taken 1 great interest in the Unesc. Council by sending a largf delegation to its meetings. It officers were president, Ed mond Fitzpatrick, vice presi dent, Earl Larson, secretary Elaine Thomas, and treasurer Robert Swietek. ,Ufiyxzbs .faofamfkfly fd!! The Physics Laborator' Club is small, but its member and faculty adviser, Mr. Rob ert Rowland, enjoy the meet ings. This club was establishec for the purpose of promoting good-fellowship, encouraging friendship, and aiding mem bers in their physics course bj demonstrations and trips tc places where the principles of physics are in actual practice Its officers were president, Les- lie Nafisg vice president, Ger- ald Gingras, secretary, Marcia Doran, treasurer, Patricia Ed- mistong program chairman, Jo- seph Howard. Udhffllb .lathe Those who lasted through two years of Latin have found the opportunity to meet social- ly in this club. With Miss Ann Crowley as faculty adviser, Monica Kuehner as president, Lorraine Calano as vice presi- :lent, Janice Sell as secretary, ind Patricia Martin as treasur- fr, this club has continued to nppreciate the ancient people vhose language they have ttudied. :ff 0216047 fffaiizfza With Miss Mary Volcano as iculty adviser, Armand Mac- 'dent, Carole arone as presi 'ranco as vice president, Ther- sa Chiarizio as treasurer, ll Iircolo Italiano was once gain one of the most active lubs. In April, "Varieties of 95l" was presented, the suc- ess of this performance enab- ng the club to renew the 'homas J. Quirk Scholarship t Middlebury College and to Jntribute financially to so many worthy organizations. yfffflafzamy fda! Guided by Mr. Robert Sparks, this club has enjoyed many social events, the high- h f the ear being a visit lig t o y to New York City. The able oflicers were Tom DiMarco, presidentg Norm Sarkisian, vice president, Don Steere, treasurer, and Shirley Adams secretary. Aygiviizkzx ,wefakhg tgaczkfy The Hopkins Debating So- ciety has also added a new fea- ture to its club this year, name- ly, the admission of girls. The members had a successful year discussing vital questions of the day and holding several de- bates within the club and with other debating teams. The offi- cers were president, Henry Padog vice president, Paul Sul- livang secretary, Richard Dav- isg and treasurer, Paul Sulli- vang with Mr. Fred Davis as faculty adviser. W HUJ45 ,lbecfmkzg fda For sixty-nine years, club has been open to only, but this year 1951 a revolutionary change- were admitted to the orgat tion! In addition to del among themselves, the rr bers took part in the an Batterson Debate. The off of the club were Henry l land, presidentg David C ter, vice presidentg and l liam I.aPorte, secretaryg v Mr. Morris Roisman as fac adviser. Mama gm Membership in the Mono- im Club is limited to those ys who have won an "H" in 2 of the major sports. The ,cers for the year were presi- it, james Coopeg vice presi- mt, Dan Pintog secretary, b Kelly. The main event of r year for this club is the mual banquet at which let- s and sweaters are awarded. '. Charles Perry is adviser. 9!i!lfc95i0 0110617 The structure of the UNESCO Council is similar to that of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Each club sends a delegation to the weekly meetings and each club has but one vote. An en- largement of UN committee of the Student Council, this group has become one of the most active in the school. gm ga ma Much credit is due this group of musically inclined girls of the upper classes for contributing such fine singing at many assemblies. The main events of this year, under the capable direction of Miss Hel- en Duguid, were participating in a program at Centinel Hill Hall and taking part in the annual spring concert. The ofhcers were president, Carole Franco, vice president, Rosaria Cociverag secretary, Claire Mil- letteg and librarian, Paula Boesch. 4... gamevm Wm Learning how to take, de- velop, and print pictures are the aims of this club. With Mr. William Thompson as ad- viser, the club has become an active service to the school- taking pictures for the "Owlet" and covering the social activi- ties. This year the club also adopted an emblem-the let- ters HPMS on a blue camera, set off against a white back- ground. The officers were pres- ident, Paul Amadeog vice pres- ident, Frances Cantoneg trea- surer, Joyce Christiana, secre- tary, Dorothy Cleaves. .riaaaa gm Composed of members from the three high schools in Hart- ford, HPHS, Bulkeley, and Weaver, the Inter-High Choir always puts on an enjoyable Christmas concert for the stud- ents. The group is ably direc- ted by Mr. Elmer Hintz. Mem- bership is determined by com- petitive voice tests. f' 'I X :r ,.W, ,U 1, 9 . - 690 Eb ,w ,N .Q 2 S 1 rf fr, H , V 5 ' ' -2- V 3. K h Q ii l 'R M 5 U 3 ,' 4 ,Y R I UI W6 K VA X Y? 't X , 25" f in K x 'is' - M i 3 x ,Ng ,pr -x J IF' - -4 A LU f!,Uf!t9 Em! A football game would not seem like a football game with- out the school band out on the field during the half. Besides these appearances, the band also played at pre-game rallies and assemblies. The highlight of this year was the band con- cert followed by an informal dance in March, the purpose being to raise money for new uniforms. The officers for the year were president, Robert Bender, secretary, Paul La- Rosag librarian, Rornona Westcottg managers, Lucian Roy and Vincent Baiocchetti, with Mr. Willfred Fidlar as faculty adviser. ,VDXIJIIIJIQ6 ffl! As a novel idea this year tl Dramatic Club presented thrc one-act plays, instead of tl usual one. The plays were fur filled, laugh-packed comedit that were enthusiastically rf ceived by the audience. Tl officers were president, Ethf Williams, vice president, Iren Ostrowskig secretary, Anit Person, treasurer, Mauric Kahang and junior executivt Joseph Terzi. The faculty ac visers were Miss Gertrud Conway and Miss Jeanne Hur ciker. MMM? 5415 Phys ki' Pink ..HOmev1or and Patches 1 "Thank You, Doctor." P. nk and punches. Homework H x 97 ' 5016 league One of the most prominent and industrious organizations in the school is the Girls League, whose members from the three upper classes have enjoyed many wonderful pro- grams. Outstanding events were the annual Yuletide and Springtime dances, and the Spring Breakfast for senior girls. Also, many cultural as- semblies were held. The offi- cers were president, Janice Tracy, vice president, Claire Forting secretary, Justine Mac- Carthyg treasurer, Shirley Ad- amsg senior executive, Jean Krupinskyg and junior execu- tive, Claudette Ruel. Directors of the League are Miss Martha Hanf, Mrs. Alice Tranberry, and Miss Marjorie Doty. 4795090 550610930 The chief duty of the Ath- letic Association is the super- vision of the various sports functions of the school. This year its officers were president, Charles Buzzellg vice presi- dent, James Coopeg secretary, June Bakerg with Mr. Thomas J. Quirk as adviser. tgmzbfl ,gays Under the direction of Mr. Alfred Brooks and Mr. Walter Howe, the Senior Boys Club experienced a successful and meaningful year. As soon as the oflicers-president, Char- les Buzzellg vice-president, Jerome Howardg secretary, William Hartnett, and trea- surer, James Coope-had been installed, the club played host to over fifty orphans at a fall football game and later at a Christmas party. The Harvest Moon Ball had a splendid at- tendance. During the spring vacation, Exploratory Week proved very profitable. ff if H75 girl 0 9 in f '-'1 ,J J NMA wi x x f Jw. MIME xk ' W Q 'L ik' l 5. D 'N Jaffiie X 6 aviu 0: 'Q www 'qt bfqlglql !o"O'o0 0 Q Nwkiwiv M y0I00'Q'f Ulm sfeazkas Whether it be at the school rallies, the football field, or the basketball court the cheer le jfkifiwzk Qafy :mal jfblzfzezzf ffamafzsfa Miss Doty's achievement in serv- ing as Girls League adviser, girls sports director, and cheerleader su- pervisor is a display of vitality and versatility that never fails to amaze us. And with it all she retains a cheerfulness and evenness of dis- position that makes her a favorite with all the girls. Upon her arrival at Hartford High last year, Miss Romansky won the immediate friendship of both the freshmen and sophomore girls, whose gym activities she directs. She displays a keen interest in all school affairs. , aders never fail to produce the maximum degree of encouragement for the team. Their attractive ap- pearance and unlimited vitality have proved them to be an admirable asset to athletics. igcefze af Qfzzkzzfy 9224! fkuse Here is a scene at one of the city ries basketball games held at rinity Field House this year. Dur- g the many exciting and crucial oments, each basket scored made ichcer all the more enthusiastically. Vhky Hai Whnzhg Zum "Get it over" was a familiar cry heard during this popular inter class tournament. Witli Miss Doty's supervision and refereeing, this happy team successfully weathered the storm and found gdfffllilhfl 6761! The Wednesday morning ses held by the Badminton Club certainly reaped rewards. An who has seen them in action attest to their ability to take o most any opponent. fzkzg- my :glam Many a close game was played by these girls in the interclass tourna- ment. Games were arranged between girls in the same gym class, and then the winners competed with contes- tants from other gym classes. 02 4 5 v fgawfmg .gmfzlh ch cries as "Strike!" and re!" are familiar to these am- us girls when they get into suc- ul action. They were wise in ring an interest that would - them well in the recreational 5 of the years to come. lgmfmmfvfz gm! The composure assumed by the girls in this picture greatly belies their true enthusiasm for an exciting game of badminton. While their in- terest in the sport grew, their skill and proficiency increased also. 103 mmf " swlliiil '11 T--waging - t. 6 Q25 sfmzzhs' fag During their gym classes I athletic misses have the opportt to display their proficiency in l ership. With Miss Doty's assist: they have better learned the rule the game and set an exampli good sportsmanship. fwzlwefks This clever and lively group of twirlerettes has graced all Hartford High's appearances during the foot- ball season. While proving that "practice does make perfect," they have greatly fostered school spirit. IO4 X mi ,Am 0 Vlmlllll- ' r B 'f mif ' Q Q Q X 'ii W? ? ,ga WX 5 OW F! ,SML X r' X Qaaffaf The driving spirit of this year's team enabled it, though constantly hindered by injuries, to come through the season with two crushing victories over Norwich Free Academy and New London Bulkeley. Their zeal to win and their fighting courage compen- sated, to some extent, for a season that did not possess the record of some former years. Though losing two close, eventful, and well-played games to Hartford Bulkeley, 19 to 13, and New Haven Hillhouse, 13 to 0, the team showed the quality of foot- ball it could play. The team also provided much ex- citement by tying Weaver, 13 to 13, in the final min- utes of the Turkey Day contest. The players receiving All-City honors were Stan Malizewski-end, Tom DiMarco-tackle, Mike Ab- bruzzese-center, and john Kunz-halfback. Though losing 11 seniors, the future of HPHS looks bright. These boys who played outstanding ball throughout the season leave the hopes of next year's season in the capable hands of Co-Captains john Kunz and Mike Abbruzzese. With Stan Malizewski, Tom Maudsley, Bob Horan and Ray Kaminski, they should have an outstanding team. Qfbzxzbe mm WIIXIZW mm Charlie Sam jack Co-Captain Tom jim Don Ed Co-Captain Paul Subby Don John 1i1, 'f uf" . vi ' x -Q W, ,wgkagw W, , -f -1, if -My gyfgav QW, W,-,,,,T, A .5 A., - V - , n if Dwrw Q1-nav x Kf fl L n I f N I Svz 2 3 s . 4 lf I Q ,gl xc 0: ,Q5 W3 'A 5'3r"31' 0' K by f4Me'm4 :gg "fx vs.1A,:y.f-w-fm ,.A. -. af? x 3 5 5 4-rr"' 'Wl'4-4... I' 4. A X 1, , l, i . 1 H' l I 1 - 7 if f , t " 1' 6, c N W 1 . mf ,X f V41 N 3 .b:T,, V ' eil" ,, ,,,, , Q A , qui A N . , ,Wy 1 -. , 'adv' my 4, K. 1 ' fwufx hh h' A 'IN' V x ' 'r-.1 ' N- ggw H ' Q, 2 , ya " , V 116 -1 , if ' .ai 5 ' .1 l X W. W U 345359 . is 5 2-gr. 3,51 UI!! H a L 'Q "si is -wialu X Q 'EE , .ff xl? Q 'I I' H , X 1 6 0 A 's if 5 ,345 5 4 .- ,v 'Q 4 K,- YM "'7 of 'R' The harriers of '51 had the most successful season enjoyed by an HPHS team in recent years. Led by Captain Henry Tremblay, the Cross-Country Team breezed through to win the Greater Hartford title easily, the triangular meet without competition, and the Eastern Invitation title by a slight edge over Manchester. In the State Meet the Amann combine proved their greatness by outdistancing eighteen of the state's best teams. Our team, having accepted a bid to the New England Tourney, met defeat for the first time. Sporting one of the best records in New England and chosen by some as the best in New England, the team finished a very strong third. The team of Henry Tremblay, jim Boyington, Paul DiDomenico, jim O'Connor, Bob Clark, jim Canty, Doug Glazier, and Mike Griffin carved a never-t0-be- forgotten place in the annals of HPHS sports. The future also looks bright for the Cross-Country Team. With four regulars back for next year and the jayvees coming up after an undefeated year, another good team should be in the ofhng. Weight Men W 880-Men 924:14 Larry Amann's tracksters got off to a flying start by ad- ministering a crushing defeat to the other city teams and thereby capturing the city in- door championship. In a later meet, they also defeated Man- chester. Although they came in only fifth in the state meet, Henry Tremblay and Byron Hoxter gave excellent per- formances by capturing first place in the mile and high jump, respectively. As the season progresses, Larry's boys appear to be top contenders for state and New England honors in the coming out-door track season. With Henry Tremblay in the mile, Byron Hoxter in the high jump, followed very closely by john Lavado, jim Boyington in the 880, Charlie Buzzell in theshot-put,and Robert Clark, Lou LaTorra, Ralph Luther in the sprints, this year's track squad should continue to dis- play the team work, the top physical condition, and the great desire to win, which is the result of fine coaching for which Coach Larry Amann is famous. Ralph High jumpers anon Milers Sprinters 440-Men We Lgflldi The ducks of Larry Amann ended another successful season. With no great stars on the team, the season's record of 9-4-l was certainly a tribute to the spirit and coaching of the squad. Led by seniors, Tony Clark, john Granfield, and Mickey McCarthy, the Hilltoppers finished second in the northern division of the State League. Only for a heartbreaking loss to Sacred Heart of Waterbury, we might have been State Champs. Two of the losses we did incur were at the hands of two of the best in New England, the UConn Frosh and Pawtucket. HPHS ...... ylfafzzfcws MEET RESULTS 22 UConn Freshman HPHS 3 5 Trinity ................. HPHS 3 5 Windham ...... HPHS 41 Springfield ........ HPHS 40 Naugatuck ........ HPHS 49 Bulkeley ......... HPHS 2 9 Pawtucket ......... HPHS 30 Sacred Heart ....... HPHS 35 Manchester ....... HPHS 42 Middletown ..... HPHS 5 5 Bristol ........... HPHS 3 3 Crosby ................. HPHS ...... 48 Wilbur Cross ..... HPHS ...... 39 Hillhouse ........... Many of the meets were won not by superiority but by the depth Mr. Amann built for the team. Although the other teams might have obtained as many firsts as we, we invariably beat them with a great number of seconds and thirds. The boys of the Swimming Team deserve a lot of credit for their courage and stamina. They did better than anyone expected, a true tribute to HPHS. Next year should be even more successful. Losing only three seniors, Clark, McCarthy and Granfield, Coach Amann has the nucleus for a very great team. vqlwllw W, 549 Breast-Strokers vez' Back-Srrokers WS 56 Divers 46' 've -89 e Half-Gainer fgzzsefaff OUTFIELDERS This year the Owls have the nucleus of a strong but inexperienced team as they start the season defending the city championship which they have had a share in for the past three years. Returning lettermen are first baseman john McEl1i- gott, shortstop jim Fox, catcher Nick Koback, and pitchers Dan Lynch and jack Gallagher, this year's captain. The pitching looms as the strongest feature of this year's team, with veterans jack Gallagher and Dan Lynch, backed up by newcomers Billy Ryan, Gene Gallagher, and Walter Nackacheny, "ace" of last year's jayvee squad. Other jayvees from last year's jayvee team, who will be ready to step into varsity competi- tion are catcher john Mulrain, second baseman Willie Stephen, third baseman Ray Kaminski, and outiielders john Kunz and Sal Coccomo. New candidates on the varsity squad are Frank Seidel, Dick Barry, Pat Ward, Don Kuzoian, Mike Abbruzzese, Bob Horan, Tom Maudsley. With such an array of possibilities, the Owls are looking forward to having a successful season. IN FIELDERS Q4 fl me jack Dan 1.1 Il Frank Bill J0hI1 Captain jack Qzhizzkzs Captain Tony Captain Henry .xr fa Captain Coaches Captain Paul Loika Tom and Worth Qwzvnfes .Q .,v. -wg, Captain Dan Coach Amann Captain Bob J N. f'f'g s I fwg Q f - fwgdffl ' ya if fi S f 3313 -051590 8 Q-'J 'EJ-6 , ff , 3 4 Qfgf 1 'im x MLTUA f"1 I 'ix Lb 9 Qmgjkf . ,ff 15, Q, , mx '- ., E ' A I Q is A f idk X K J Kffmvx " Q DV T53 C , ff ffa U U' f g 5 J X cf, etc!! I ,iffy 66' X A mi 2 .'.lllIls 2 xy X A gay flourish of intertwined black and orange streamers lent a festive air to the Boys Club Dance of the year-the Harvest Moon Ball The mood of gaiety was heightened by the rhythmic music of the Star Dusters The night of November eleventh will long be remembered by the Class of '51, S awe fammflfee Back row left to ri ht' ack Ruel Richard Be in 1 g ' J 3 g 9 Robert Boesch, David Waters, Carroll Maddox, Daniel Lynch, John McCormick, Enos Arnold, Robert Downes, Robert Horan, Alcide Carrier. Second row: Charles Adams, George Marshall, Ralph Luther, Reginald Fent- ner, john Gallagher, Michael Stamos, Ronald Kearney. First row: james Coope, William Hartnett, Eugene Sullivan, Preston Harding-chairman, Richard Red- dington, Jerome Howard, Charles Buzzell. f THE COMMITTEE Standing, left to right: Alice Emmons, Lucille Cordo, Madeline Jesensky, Marjorie Stone, Joan Dwyer. Seated: Joanne Manley, Monica Kueh- ner-chairman, Joyce Cooksley, Janice Tracy- League adviser. l On December 15, the Girls League engineered one of the most enjoyable dances of the 1951 seasoni Music by Wally Fields and his musicians con- tributed to everyones merry Christ- mas. Lgefzfbfl flfecehbbfz Qmmfffee Wlkflih A740125 james fade M0105 64065461 C9105 iflfldff fzfzzbe Qflfzcy 7950 452711271 ffeveilfbfz WMM Boys: Jack Ruel, George Marshall, James Coope, Daniel Lynch, John McCormick, Charles Buzzell Robert Downes, Paul Thomas. Girls: Marjorie Akin, Shirley Adams, June Richardson, Philena Wilcox: Janice Tracy, Jean Krupinsky, Monica Kuehner, Justine MacCarthy. Lghmzyzffme ammffke Standing, left to right: Anne Roy, Diane Washburn, Justine MacCarthy, Agnes Byrne, Barbara Donahue, Bette Richmond. Seated: Ann Louise Mortenson, Diana Bart, Margaret ONeil, Jane Karpenia. WKAZJK ck row, left to right: Robert Downes, Armand Mac 'one, Daniel Lynch, jean Krupinsky. First row ilena Wilcox Joanne Manley Mary Vanderbur h, , y 8 stine MacCarthy, Daniel Kotok, Shirley Adams. s 70 The Class of '51 chose Thomas DiMarco and Shirley Adams as King and Queen. First attendants were Janice Tracy and Charles Buzzell. Justine MacCarthy and Clay- ton Thibodeau were elected second attendants. Blue and white decorations provided a suitable background for the mellow music of the Star Dusters. The committee headed by Thomas DiMarco, did a fine job in making the affair a social success. 7 We fammzfw Back row, left to right: Robert Downes, john Cormick, Thomas DiMarco, Clayton Thiboc Daniel Lynch. First row: june Richardson, Ja Tracy, Diana Bart, Betty Lou Gadegard, Joan G1 The versatility among the mem- an exciting evening was the dancing bers of our Senior Class was clearly in the Broad Street gymnasium, demonstrated in the skits and in- which was decorated to give a dividual performances presented on Mardi Gras effect. March 10, 1951. A perfect climax to SENIOR NIGHT COMMITTEE Back row, left to right: Phyllis Moffatt, Helen Clafley, Douglas Glazier, Donald Riberdy, William Joslyn, Rosario Mangialico, Philena Wilcox, Joseph Montalbano. Front row: Janice Sell, Doris MacDonald, James Coope-chairman, Jean Krupinsky, Carol Franco. The Senior Banquet, held on Ap- memory of the members of the Class ril 24, 1951, provided a pleasant of 1951. evening to be tucked away into the SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE Back row, left to right: Carol Arnold, Shirley Jacobs, Christine Stachelslci, John Gallagher, Donald Steere, Thomas Fitzsimmons, Hazel Thibeault, Charles Menut, June Baker, Phyllis Davis. Front row: Alice Emmons, Lorraine DesFosses, John McCormick-chairman, Betty Lou Gaclegard, Joan Guzzo. Bill Joslyn-Master of Ceremonies Thinking of You"-John Martocchio Hmm Boys Knit Girls Enlist joan Lemelson--Individual Prize Winner "If"-jackie Ruel Before the Ball After the Ball AnrplIn"..Pri7P.XYlinninn Skit fbi AM! an .860 0 Marian VanNostrand Yodeling Grand Finale Penny Colmond Plays "He's My Guy." Us on Petr Gbo, 61-all 33- '50 C0806 060 .W G90 s 15" Claudette Janice The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter" wamwgmnm-,W The Friendly Undertakers Ann She's from the Wide Open Spaces Alice on Trial TeaCher'S PCI Crossing the Enemy Lines mf ,ww "I Hale: You!" Francis Now, Little Girl." Justine Cyrano "Clem, Honey." ' 129 DeBergerac Band Orlando Mr. Worth "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" "G05h!" CLASS ARTISTSX X ,aauanwymw "L.u'f g , f lun, 5 , X CUTE2 Wfwfp ,MMM HAVE DONE M051 FOR HPHS Wwzfff 057. 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POPULAR MOST 459 NUJ7' QQ' f Q Jo QS-OSX ifpyfw TQTOZQG Gzzplrl 6176 4 QP ' fm , H 012 ffo ,Q M Sam SENIOR RECEPTION COMMITTEE fm-"' Enos Arnold, Janice Tracy, Orlando Hines, Monica Kuehner, James Coope. ORLANDO HINES Senior Reception Chairman n . I 'lr , 5 - ' A K K J S- V 9- K -5 . t . , . ,. , r. ik. PHILENA WILCOX Ermyixt 51255 jlkfh "Knowledge is a treasureg but practice is the key ro ir." I S JOAN LEMELSON Valedictorian mf , Sl, MURRAY DANIELS Omtor 134 Q55 W 071015 K, JJKZLK 'Q , A P fx I DANIEL Ko'roK S alutatorian HISTORY - PROPHECY - WILL COMMITTEE Standing: Janice Sell, Dan Kotok, Mary Vanderburgh. Seated: Dan Lynch, Jean Kruplnsky. JUSTINE MACCARTHY Treaxurer EMIL RADOCCHIA AND DONALD POULIN Song Writer! CHARLES BUZZELL Clan Night Chairman 54155 ,flffyfff ,yfzfafesx BY CHARLES H. BUZZELL On behalf of the Class of 1951 I am privileged to extend to you a most sincere and cordial welcome to this, our Class Night. Here, tonight, you will see reproduced, with the help of our historians, a few of the more memorable experiences which have taken place at HPHS in the last four years. When we first came here, many of us felt that school was a kind of punishment which we must endure because we were children. Then, with the excellent guidance given to us by the staff of this three-hundred-year-old institution our first emotional reaction was changed. We have matured. Some people call the process of passing from adolescence to maturity, "growing up." To us who travel this road to manhood or to womanhood, high school education means a great deal more. These years have been a wonderful adventure full of excitement, friendships, kindness, and surprises. All the fruits of living as high school students can be plucked only if the rewards are deserved by the individual. The only "breaks" or bits of good fortune in life are those made bythe person himself. These same rules apply here at school. If a student comes here with the attitude that every one dislikes him because of his looks or the way he spells his name, his days will drag and the months will seem like an eternity. The friends he will have will be few, and the fruits that are within his grasp will be unpicked. To the individual who has this distorted view of school, we can say but one thing, "Take things the way they are and adjust yourself to them. If you smile, you will be smiled upon in return. If you are merry, the things around you are merrierf' Many of us here tonight will testify to the success of this method. Our days in school are few, but many memories will remain with us long after we have planted our roots in the many communities to which we shall go. as the future citizens of America. As seniors, we can say to those who will follow, "Fill your mind with all that is available within the walls of the 'school on the hill.' You will be well rewarded." 136 NG cu-xsg It 550 Dxms Prism X J E,,,!:3"-Qtgoiglmar M Q, A Y-1 ol .Q I! 0 Q! Ox -A 'ur .vkoqgxq-5 ye . 9 ue The Had Q..-A High, 'To The Q N" "W" LQ ' X 3 .x .X .x Q gr J .X I I V A M9335 :ul Me3v'T5x HM 17g-' Gu' hangs WVWN ve 'vaxse , N gr .3 X X X K AJ X X A .X A 9-Tvmvxs gm ga, Mtn, 5,,,,,g, Ftv- is Twe. 'Nea sa-T in X X X X i .X .X .X XO X 34 A D 5 le vie vas WTRM 307' W' "N Ye - can x 'Tye VV! 5 N at ox A lx Q A .X .X . 'X X wif -raid Tix Nl-ZX I ? VVXBW Y 'YMAMSS wana Stew 'VO 've 'W' " X0 ++ Q uufw-X5-P2 JA' 5 HKU in gvfre. -Pad y-em 03' V6 -Hvn cqvx TJ nr 'X .X X. f I .-EL ,N K V 4' ' I ? 2355 -vo MQKQ xLS -QNX The Qoak fha- we ana D .V-+3 9 'Qi ego . . A--1--f-' xx iw' Km S.h,w Big Q,,,,, gmt 'Peace Qov a -M 4255 Stray 'hfffy Shaver " By Philemz A. Wilcox How fieeting are the things that most of us enjoy: an evening at a dance, the festivity of a birthday, competition in a radio contest, or participation in a sports event! We are all seeking permanence of recog- nition in a social group. How fine it would be if the thrill of these joys could last forever! But all of us realize that this permanence is impossible. Beauty is a living, ever-changing endeavor to exist. John Keats says, "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Each of us, I am sure, can truthfully say that he has experienced some joy of beauty in his own daily life. Many of us find beauty and inspiration in books by such great authors as Shakespeare, Dante, Balzac, Dickens and Dostoyevskyg or poetry by Chaucer, Spenser, Wordsworth, Shelley, and Keats. We enjoy reading the same passages over and over again to grasp the author's train of thought, his ideas, and his beauty of expression. Art and sculpture are no less our sources of beauty. One author speaks of the gratification and fulfillment of beauty that he has found by studying a work of art by Leonardo de Vinci, Watteau, or Rubens. And who could deny the statement that Benvenuto Cellini and Rodin, the famous sculptors have long been recog- nized for their beauty of inspired and creative art? As long as their works remain, people will thrill to the essence of the ever-lingering beauty of the artists' creations. Many people find a great deal of beauty in music. Many are deeply moved by the intense feeling shown in the preludes of Chopin, the waltzes of Strauss, or the heavenly stateliness of a Bach chorale. There is expression in each of these deeper than can be des- cribed in words. This beauty will never grow old, for, as long as there is some one who can read music, this beauty will live. There is beauty in great architecture. Many of the buildings that we may see in our own city have extra- ordinary architectural designs that have been created by the loving hands of their craftsmen. These struc- tures do not have mere beauty of brick and mortar, but contain spiritual and intellectual beauty that came at their birth from their designers. Trinity College Chapel is an example of such beauty found in a local building. Some of us find release in nature, especially in the spring of the year. We love to hike in the woods when the first shoots of green grass are pushing through the thawing soil, to listen the song of the meadow lark, to watch the flight of the bluebird against the azure sky, to see the first robin red-breast return to his summer home after his prolonged winter vacation, to hear the peepers in their meadow homes, all heralding the com- ing of spring and newness of life. Then, too, we see the cowslip, the adder's tongue, the crocus, the for- sythia, and the daffodils that by their rebirth sow in us new hope for the future. There is a softness in the air that quickens our breath and inspires us with an awakening of hopes, ambitions, and desires. Our emotions are not unlike the rushing brook nearby. Before our mind's eye can earnestly appreciate each of these small wonders of nature, our eye has traveled on to the next. Y Even the home and the family radiates its own type of beauty and joy. Though a home may not have ex- tensive pecuniary means, and may appear poor to on- lookers, yet it may be quite rich in beauty. Here we find understanding, loyalty, trust, companionship, con- sideration, and most important of all, truth. "Beauty is truth, truth beauty." The love shared by parents and their children is a beauty beyond recognition, its depth is immeasurable. Individual personalities, too, are often studies of beauty. Long after physical beauty has diminished, there is still an inner beauty that will never be lost. As one beauty decreases in value, the other is intensi- fied. For instance, as the rosy cheeks and cherry lips begin to fade, the beauty of expression, sentiment, and radiance of soul are more clearly recognized and appreciated. None of these beauties,however, could ever have been conceived if it were not for the everlasting beauty of religion. Is it not through this source that all these beauties have come to pass? Man has often turned to his religion in his time of need and perplexity to ex- perience the truest view of beauty that he has ever realized. Many of those who turn to their religion for relief find there such a spiritual depth that they are inspired to create and to help others to understand and enjoy this spiritual beauty. Therefore, as we pause for a moment before we part along life's pathway, let us not lose sight of the fact that beauty was meant to have a specific place in our daily lives as a source of everlasting hope and joy. Each turn that we take may lead us to a fulfillment of beauty through our own efforts. We may even be a source of joy for others. has 0112 :bn Hmerfba Z' Pahfbafpaffern By Murray I. Daniels I It is an axiom that each privilege carries a responsi- bility. Here is the American citizen's obligation: In- vestigate thoroughly the proposed agenda of legisla- tion, inform your representatives of your ideas, and vote according to that policy most nearly approaching your best judgment. In 1955 Franklin Delano Roosevelt, newly elected President of these United States, announced to an as- tounded world America's future political pattern, the New Deal. Because of the financial depression and the advent of World War II, F.D.R. was unable to in- corporate into the social and political development of that period his entire design for the nearly complete care by the government of its citizens, for this is the aim of the New Deal. Following his death, the con- clusion of the war, and settlement of peace, if the state of conditions at that time may so be called, the pre- liminary basting together of the pattern was con- sidered finished, the main stitching was to come. A troubled state of foreign affairs further delayed the completion of this task. Now with this serious situa- tion still at hand, our statesmen recall this pattern, the policy must be carried out. The crux of this scheme, that is the New Deal pro- posal, may be summed up thus: Are We Americans willing to forfeit those characteristics which have marked us as Americans,-initiative, ingenuity, per- tinacity-and to garner instead from the government security in old-age pensions, health insurance, and utility service where private firms fail to operate? We may surmise that the American public has not, does not, and will not approve of such loss. The basis of their refusal lies in the fact that private enterprise is more efhcient than government ownership as seen in the following illustration: Around the turn of the century, the Consumers Power Company of Michigan was formed to supply the power for the rising auto- mobile industry of the state. Its growth was slow. Then the decision to aid rural areas was announced. The acceleration of growth had begun. During the Depression, the Rural Electrification Administration competed with Consumers. Consumers, a private en- terprise, battled and defeated government subsidiza- tion. Today it is the largest farm electrification project in the world, serving 105,000 farms and 50,000 subur- ban homes besides large cities. Yet it supplies elec- tricity for only 2.26 cents per kilowatt hour-a price so low that REA buys power from it at wholesale bargains. Still it deems no service to its customers too big or too small to warrant its attention! Considering the amazing duel carried on between Consumers and the government, with Consumers win- ning, this certainly is another illustration of American initiative, ingenuity, and pertinacity. Can the govern- ment make claims similar to those of the Consumers Power Company? Certainly not-and this is but one of many successful private enterprises whose history of formation is startling. Previously I mentioned that the problem of foreign affairs is serious. Any solution of this puzzle must definitely be progressive, for this is a pattern of politics so intricate that our foremost statesmen fail to find its answer a stable one, but rather change policy "with every wind of fashionable doctrine." Alternatives of policy are C13 isolationism, C21 immediate war, or f5D the building up of defense both on familiar and foreign soil, anticipating and perhaps even precipitating war. These choices are all gloomy! Our policy has been to provide money from the Ameri- can treasury to many foreign countries. Now these countries are unable to pay, and shy away from us as one who owes a debt dodges his debtor, for what is true between individuals is true also between nations. Certainly for this reason our present policy cannot con- tinue. My plan is to give our allies renewed strength in American by moral readjustment accomplished through exchange students. A program such as this would be the medium for spreading the American idealogies throughout Europe and Asia and for bring- ing to America the European and Asiatic viewpoints. In 1899 following a revolution in China, the Boxer Rebellion, the U. S. declined indemnity for the de- struction of American life and property, the Chinese government "profoundly impressed with the justice and great friendliness of the United States" recipro- cated by sending hundreds of their students to Ameri- can universities. Thus relations between China and ourselves were firmly cemented by the friendships of exchange students. Whether our foreign policy is altered to become adequate or whether it remains fundamentally the same, weak and politically unsound, its continued fail- ure or revigorated success lies solely in the will of the people. The American voter actually dictates policy by use of his suffrage and by the appeal to his repre- sentatives no matter how idealistic or absurd this assertion may sound. This can be true only because of our form of government-a genuine representative democracy, which is abused when the right to vote is abused or forsaken. If we Americans exercise our right to vote wisely, democracy shall be preserved for posterity! HISTORY-PROPHECY-WILL Pep C. Kola .......... Coco Malt .......... Girl Ghort ......... Boy Gboft... T. N. Tea ....... Ginger Rail ....... CAST ..........JAN1cB SELL ........WILLIAM JOSLYN ........-IEAN KRUPINSKY ........DANlEL Korox ............DAN1EL LYNCH MARY VANDERBURGH CSCENE: Year, 2816. HPHS, after all these years, has crumbled. Students of archaeology are investigating the time-worn ruins. While they are snooping around, one student finds a box, opens it, and begins to read a manuscript from it.J Pep C. Kola: The Class Will of 1951. Coco Malt: 1951! Holy Cow! That's ancient history. Pep: Yeah-whoever heard of that class? I Two glnortr of 1951 creep out from the ruimj Girl Ghost: You never heard of us, the Class of '51? Boy Ghost: The greatest class that ever graduated from the greatest school that ever stood its ground so long. Pep: Sparkling moonshine beams! Coco Malt: 1951! Wasn't that the year the Red Sox beat the Yankees? ' Girl: 'That was also the year our class made history. Boy: I'l1 tell you we made history. It all started in 1947 when we were freshmen. joan Lemelson began her magnificent scholastic record, and Larry Amann took Henry Tremblay under his wing. Girl: Remember when the Freshman Girls Club invited the boys to attend their gala afternoon dance? 140 Boy: Yes, and it was also Bill Loika's freshman year at HPHS. What a coach! Girl: And we were so frightened by the size of the school that we even did our homework. Boy: In our sophomore year we realized there was something more than schoolwork. Our terrific football team started the trend of beating New Britain. Then it happened two years in a row. Girl: Tommy Kahan, publisher, editor, reporter, and newsboy, produced "The Evergreen Journal," whose circulation rivaled the "Owlet", W pure. Boy: That was the year the Junior Boys Club Talent Show displayed such ability by presenting ballet dancer Barbara Magnuson, and yodeler Marion Van Nostrand. Six lucky couples were chosen ushers for the junior Prom. What a ball! Girl: As juniors, the Class of '51 was represented in the first junior City Council by Orlando Hines. Shirley Adams and Tom DiMarco were crowned Queen and King at our junior Prom. Boy: We had a terrific year in sports. The Loika eleven won the city crown with a 6-2 record, and jack Gallagher pitched the baseball team right into the state tournaments. Girl: After a summer spent at play, work, or rest, September 1950 opened our biggest and busiest year at HPHS, and seniors wished for 30-hour days. Charlie Buzzell was elected president of the Senior Boys Club, and Janice Tracy, president of the Girls League. Boy: Orlando Hines was elected president of the Student Council and mayor of the Junior Council, making this the second straight year that HPHS gave a mayor to the Council. Orlando also won the Clement C. Hyde Book Prize. Girl: Under the gentle guidance of Miss Alderson and Editor-in-Chief Enos Arnold, the Editorial Board began the struggle to meet deadlines for the Class Book. The "Owlet" and the "Chronicle" enjoyed a good year under editors Dan Kotok and Henry Pado, respectively. Boy: The Harvest Moon opened the year for formal dances. The Yuletide, Junior Prom, and Springtime followed. Were they mobbed! Girl: Yeah! Hey! and don't forget Senior Night. Carol Arnold was a double winner, receiving prizes for best performer in a skit and for the best individual skit. joan Lemelson murdered Shakespeare and won a prize for her "crime". Boy: And how about Bill Joslyn? Every one thought he did a bang-up job as Girl: The Club Night audience enjoyed "Cyrano de Bergerac", put on by the Chem. Club. Boy: At Class Night and graduation the students received good wishes for future happi- ness from their friends, relatives, and teachers. Girl: The Class of '51 has never forgotten its four wonderful years at HPHS. 141 The Prophecy T.N. Tea: Heh, kids! Look what we found "underneath the arches." Pep C. Kola: Jumping solar systems! Read it! Ginger Rail: The Prophecy of the Class of 1951. T.N. Tea: It says that Paul Thomas has been given a scholarship to study with Charles Atlas. Ginger Rail: Yes, and Frank Wagner, popular Republican president, has abolished all forms of taxes. I T.N. Tea: "Put-Put" Curnow has just opened a new driving range. It's driving him crazy. Let's not forget Tony Clark. He has earned his Master's Degree by one extra year of hard labor at HPHS. We always knew he was wild about school. Ginger Rail: Those "Florence Nightingalesn, Shirley Jacobs, Sandra Burger, Janice Sell, Dorothy Fleming, and Jane Karpenia have started a convalescent home for injured football players. Their first patients are Bob Downes, Don Steere, and Sam Valente. Tom DiMarco will soon be a permanent fixture there, and the girls are already saving for his pension. T.N. Tea: Joe Montalbano and his all-girl orchestra have just completed a most successful tour of the country. Featured stars are Joan Lombardo, Penny Colmond, Sadie Cocivera, Anita Person, Elaine Waas, and Marie Page. Ginger Rail: Shirley Adams and George Marshall, that professional dancing team, have just signed a lifetime contract to perform at Harry C"The Shiv"J Petrakis's Moon-Up Cafe. Jackie Ruel, latest singing craze, has consented to appear there one night if his manager, June Grenier, voices her agreement. T.N. Tea: Jack Granfield is the new National Swimming Champion, having taken the title from that "shark", Murray Daniels. Also, John McElligott and Eddie DeVoe have been appointed athletic coaches at HPHS by Principal Pete Ploszay. Ginger Rail: Attorney Marilyn Lonergan made the headlines by winning a case for her client, Robert St. Pierre. It seems that he ran over that great architect, Robert Hafner. T.N. Tea: National typing awards were given out recently to the best in the country. The winners included Marilyn Gleason, Lois C"Rays of Sunshine"D Ostrowski, Ros- anne Rizzo, and Sylvia C"The Voice"J Boyaj ian. Ginger Rail: The news of the world is published in that internationally known paper, Pado's "News Views About You-Know-Whose". Writing the lovelorn column is none other than Rosario C"Si1ent Lover"D Mangialico. T.N. Tea: The ''Laugh-and-I'll-Tell-It-Again" sisters, Joyce LaPorte, Marilou Flannigan, and Phyllis Moffatt are driving their audiences wild with their tell-tales. 142 Ginger Rail: Barry CSherlockD Holmes has opened his own private detective agency. Ofhcial snoopers include Bob Vasnus, jackie Lynch, Harold C "Put Up Your Dukes", Every, and Bobby Clark who helps RUN the place. T.N. Tea: From "The Eyes and the Ears", we see that Paul Carrington is carrying away all the Oscars in Hollywood and is shipping them by the dozens to Ethel Williams. Ginger Rail: Also, such great prospects as Justine MacCarthy, Pauline Boudreau, Mary Dowd, Lorraine Loubier, and Doris McDonald are hastening to replace those line actresses, Ethel Barrymore, Agnes Mootehead, and Dame Mae Whitty. Ginger Rail: Gerre Tynan and Sylvia Wiles are operating a second-hand clothes shop patronized by such well-to-do customers as Gene Sullivan, John C"Straight Walk"J McCormick, and Buddy Waters. T.N. Tea: Those mad chemists, Paul Sullivan, Alrik Monstrom, Hazel Thibault, Betty Pivchik, and David Geetter are experimenting on a new "super colossal" capsule. If successful, they will be able to sell their guaranteed knowledge pills to relieve empty heads. Class Will, 1951 fPep C. Kola is reading parchment silently, and laughing alondj Coco Malt: What's it with you? Pep C. Kola: I'm reading the will. Wow, some of the things that class left! Ginger Rail: Let us in on the secret. T.N. Tea: Yeah. Pep C. Kola: just perk up your ears. We, the Class of 1951, being of unsound body and insane mind do hereby bequeath, transmit, bestow, and leave all our possessions, material and otherwise, to those who stand in greatest need and would make proper use of these cherished momentos. Coco Malt: To the school, we leave the cafeteria--alive. Pep C. Kola: joan Lemelson and Daniel Kotok leave their knowledge to be divided equally among all the members of the lower classes. Coco Malt: Wade Hughes, Charles Menut, Willie McCray, and John Simonelli leave their suede shoes to any juniors who can use them. Pep C. Kola: To Mr. Denslow we leave a trust fund for replacing the keys lost by the faculty. Coco Malt: jean Smith and Myrna Spieske, because of their proficiency in sports, leave their gold-plated gym baskets as exhibits in the Hopkins Street Auditorium. Pep C. Kola: We leave Burke to the juniors. They can have him! Coco Malt: To Mr. Gilford-a bronze statue of Earl Larsen. 143 Pep C. Kola: To Miss Alderson we give a new pair of lungs to keep the Class Book's Editorial Board on their toes. Coco Malt: To Miss Ruggles we leave a room on the first floor. To Mr. Brooks, talented boys for future minstrel shows. Pep C. Kola: We bequeath a new pair of shoes to Miss Spaulding. Coco Malt: A winning basketball team is left to Bill Loika. Pep C. Kola: To Miss Dodd we leave a super-colossal Club Night skit that will take first prize. Coco Malt: Jimmy Coope gives a hoot to Jerry Howard. Pep C. Kola: Class Book Typists, Pat Vandecar, Vivian Tummillo, Theresa Veroneau, and Genevieve Staron leave their efficiency and ambition to the typists of the Class Book of '52. Coco Malt: Carole Franco leaves her voice to Claire Fortin. Pep C. Kola: Charles Buzzell and Janice Tracy bestow their executive ability on the next presidents of the Boys Club and Girls League, respectively. Coco Malt: Stan Shilensky leaves his height to Paul Perodeau. Alice Emmons, Eva Ander- son, and Marie Page give their artistic ability to the Art Club. Pep C. Kola: Irene Ostrowski and Carol Arnold bequeath their dramatic talent to Norma Clark and May Ferland. Coco Malt: Nick Montanaro leaves! Can this be true? Pep C. Kola: Enos Arnold leaves Chem. Lab to the custody of james Loftus. Eleanor Genova and Theresa Charizzio leave their smiles to Betty D'Abate and Greta Mullen. Coco Malt: Buddy Waters bestows his ability to sleep anywhere, anytime, on Pat Ward. Pep C. Kola: Mary Vanderburgh leaves her modesty to Robert Pinto. Coco Malt: Donald Poulin, Bill LaPorte, David Geetter, Henry Holland, and Maurice Kahan leave their speaking ability to future orators. Pep C. Kola: Will Rocheleau leaves Miss Simonds's English class. Coco Malt: Esther Lazzerini gives her bashfulness to Pat Martin. Pep C. Kola: Bill Joslyn bequeaths his gift of gab and baby blue eyes to Gerry Garvey. Coco Malt: Amo Radocchia leaves his knowledge of modern music to Miss Duguid. Pep C. Kola: Jean Krupinsky and Monica Kuehner bestow their giggles on Marilyn Brennan and Patricia Edmiston. Coco Malt: Don Riberdy gives two tons of fresh fish to HPHS. Pep C. Kola: Philena Wilcox leaves her friendliness to all deserving juniors. Coco Malt: We leave Hartford High in body but not in spirit. We cannot forget the wonderful memories we have shared together. We leave here with gratitude to Mt. Quirk for all his assistance, and we thank the members of the faculty for their patience, understanding, and help. We will try to be worthy of their interest. 144 THE FASHION CENTER OF CONNECTICUT w1th branch stores converuently located 1n WEST HARTFORD EAST HARTFORD SAYBROOK Ben Wzfbef rom THE CAMERA CLUB Complzmentx THE CHEMISTRY CLUB C0mPl'me"ff 0 A P FL0R15T Telephone 7 3997 648 Park Street Hartford Conn gym U f of 0 ' f W. . 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