Nathan Hale Ray High School - Nahara Yearbook (Moodus, CT)

 - Class of 1952

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Cliff! 0QI'l'l PATH TO THE FUTURE Now we approach the thresh hold Of a new yet mystertous world The ate hes open and IS beckonmg Ou uture before us unfurled T111 now our path has been paved By parents teachers and frrends It had no branches to lead us astray It gurded us safely to the end Thrs path was narrow well trodden We followed II wtth ease Its termrnatron the gate of the future So we pass and go forward together We leave our well gulded road We enter upon the w1de hrghway of ltfe Where many before us have trod Our h1 hway ts crowded Wlth fears Many yroads enuce us away A multrtude for dec1s1on A wrong chorce can lead us astray Our duty ll 15 to choose our own way Upon whrch shall we progress? Wrth God s help our future steps Shall cllmb the path of success 6 Where guiding hands shall cease. I DEAN L MacDERMOTT B A rn Englrsh Acadla Umversxtv She rs always ready to share her knowledge N EMERY BLANCHARD Assrstant Prrncrpal B S Unrversity of N H M A Umversrty of Conn He rs very helpful and understandmg WALTER I KOZAK B A rn Scrence Umversrty of Louvarn Belgxum He helped semors through that last year PHYLLIS ASPINALA. B S rn Home Ec Framrngham State Teacher s College She IS a cheery and a motherly person E SELDEN CLARK B S 1nAgr1culture UHIVCYSIIY of Conn He lS known for hrs wrtry sayrngs and sense of humor PAULll 1. KABARA B S rn Commercral Salem State Teachers College The teacher w1th a twmkle U1 her eye 7 ' N ' ' - Y xx A CLARKE CADY Trinity College A. B. Degree The man with the big voice and the nonchalant manner. IRENE MOCHAK Lady of the Elms B A in Languages A cute teacher w1th personality us ALICE YEOMANS R Hospital Bucknell She saw us arrive and helped us through our twelve years of school CHARLOTTE SCHONBERG 8 NEW FACULTY MEMBERS CLASS CHAPERONE THOMAS NEVERS B A Unrversrty of Conn M A West V1rg1n1a Un1vers1ty He IS well lrked by both gu'1s and boys RICHARD SCIRE B A IH Hrstory Uruverslty of Conn He IS a good sport full of jokes and laughter ROBERT MERCURI 8.8. Degree Teachers College of Conn. He has that un- predictable smile. 9 F 41"-7 .1-H5 x Presrdent Sally Gelston Vrce Presldent Bertha Ru'h Secretary Janet Harvey Treasurer Sandra Peckeroff N OMM Sally Gelston --------------- Bertha Ruth --------------- Roberta Greenberg Edward Lieber ---- '- ---------- Leonard Bower 10 64140-'M 71 mln 'BEA A f DONALD MEAD BATCHELDER Donnie General Course Ambition Skater Favorite Saying Hotrod Always drawrng tinkering with motors putting car parts to gether cute wavy black hair big dark eyes good natured nice teeth Clubs Glee Club 1 F F A 1 2 Radio Club 1 Journal ism 3 Soccer 4 Art Ed of Yearbook 4 WINFIELD HALL BAKER 'Windy' College Course Ambition-Geologist Favorite Saying- Honest to Pete Streaks through corridors- -imitates Spike Jones' sound effects -- plays piano and clarinet- -quick tempered---curly hair-- -polite. Clubs- Photo raphg Ed. Yearbook 4' Hi-Y 1 QPres.J 4' Glee Club 1-2-3-4 1 ll State Chorusj' Baseball 2-3- Basketball 3- Soccer 1-2-3' Dancing Club 4 LEONARD WALTER BOWER Lenny General Course Ambition Printer Favorite Expression Eh' Very Accomodatin dependable big tease easy golng cute smile very cheer ul soda Jerk lots of school sp1r1t good leader Wonderful guy Clubs Forum 4 Journalism 4 Sports Editor 12 . E I , ' , 1 4 4 HOWARD WILLIAM BROOKMAN HOW16 General Course Ambmon tool maker Favorrte Sayrng Uh Uh Tall blonde lrkes hunting and frshrng always has hrs halr rn hrs eyes frrendly smrle helpful quret Clubs A Pr s ROBERT VINCENT COOK CO0k16 General Course Ambmon busrness Favortte Habrt Porntxng wrth pencrl Busy person the one boy rn the class that always does hrs body gay nature Clubs Dramatlc 1 2 3 4 Vrce Pres Journahsm 3 4 Forum 4 Student Councrl 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Sec of Class 1 EUGENE IOHN DUFRAT Frog General Course Ambltton Machrntst Favorrte Expressron Don t do me any favors' Brg smlle blond qurck tempered ball player loud boommg vorce lot of fun good guy lndependent Clubs Glee Club 1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Treas Baseball2 3 4 Basketball 4 Soccer 3 4 13 : F.F. . e . 4. . ,T homework-- -always busy writing- -dependab1e- --laughs with his whole 1 ANNA MARIE GOLEC Babe Commercral Course Ambrtron Chlef Telephone Operator Favor1teSay1ng Oh Yeah The Number Please grrl rn the telephone offrce lrkes musrc always slngrng lrkes flowers full of Jokes comes to school in the afternoon always callrng Gracre Clubs Lrbrary 1 2 Dramatrc 1 2 3 4 CPres1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 HY4 SALLY ANN GELSTON Sallfer Cgllgge Course Ambrtron Journalist Favorrte Saymg All that glop Hard worker always dependable loves children always looking to help others very frrendly takes a lot of guff con ferences wrth Mr Collette Clubs Class of 52 fPres 1 3 41 fSec 21 G1r1sSt-'ate 3 Yearbook Bus Mgr Rumbler Cuculatxon Mgr 1 Grade Slde Ed 2 Bus M r 3 Ed rn chref 4 Forum Club 1 2 3-fPres 41 L1 br ry Clu 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Trl Hi Y CSec 1 2 31 fPres 41 ROBERTA ROSE GREENBERG Bobble College Course Ambrtton Legal Secretary Favor1teSay1ng Honestly' Always talkrng or thrnkrng about Marv loves musrc collects kmck knacks loves chrldren lots of personalrty good cheerleader crazy about Iohnnre Ray Clubs Class of 52 Treasurer 2 Ed of yearbook 4 Iunror advlsor 3 Student Councrl 3 H1 Y 1 fTreas 21 fVlCC Pres 31 Cheerrng 1 2 3 fCapt 41 Iournalrsm l 2 fFeature Ed 31 fBus1ness Mgr 41 Glee Club 1 2 3 Forum Club 1 2 3 4 Lrbrary Club 1 2 3 14 ...,. . ... .. 9 ' - : . -", - , ' . .: . -9 ,' 1 Q .-- : "' --' a --: "'i " "' AVN... 3'-7' xg, ll I 77 ' ' n - n- ' 1 . ..' . , --- ' --- ' WI 'fl ---- l:. ui .--- ---I 1- . l l .. . --.. .. Q ' . . ' ' : :- . .: .: --: ---:' I JANET ANN HARVEY Ian College Course Ambxtron Go to college Favonte Expression I don t know but Blond very helpful good lookmg romantic gal V617 1111151031 lots of fun good dancer quret 111 school good drrver pretty blue eyes very pollte D0Dll13f Clubs Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 1 2 4 'l'r1 Hi Y 3 4 Secretary 4 Class Secretary 4 Cheerleadlng 1 2 Nahara Staff 4 DORIS BERTHA HEIDTMANN TWIIIIC Commerclal Course Ambrtlon Secretary Favoute EXDYCSSIOH Honest to Pete Lots of fun always clownrng d1l1gent and effrcrent rn her work completes a heavy task w1th ease always wears a b1g smxle good cook w1ll1ng to g1VC ahelplnghand swell frlend and classmate has a temper good commerclal student what a baseball player! Clubs Glee Club 2 Journallsm 3 4 Publrcatxon Staff 3 4 NANCY ANN HEIDTMANN Twlnle Commerctal Course Amb1t1on Go on vacatxon Favorxte Expressron Deane Quxet rn school lots of fun hard worker cute k1d good student always good for a laugh very wrllmg to help out good ln sports very sens1ble good k1d never endrng smlle always happy Clubs Glee Club 2 lournalxsm 3 4 Publxcatlon Staff 3 4 15 ELEANOR JEAN HOTYCKEY Ellie Commercral Course Ambrtxon Modelrng Favor1te Sayrng Thats cute Good lookrng Blonde blue eyes walks lrke a model deal? blusher hangs out rn Colchester lrkes to sPCnd UIOHCY 101195 Une e M11t1e hours on the phone wrth Myrna Clubs Lrbrary Club 1 Journalism 3 4 Pubhcatxon 3 Glee Club DAVID HUROVITZ Dave College Course Ambrtron Hypnotrst Favorrte Saymg Iuz Tall good lookrng very dark never endrng arguments very S Y Mr E1nste1n he has that lpana sm1le always at a loss for the rlght word Clubs Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Student Councrl 1 GARRY EARL KLEIN Kllnk General Course Ambmon W1ld Game Farm Favorrte habrt pmchrng hrs neck Tall lanky very shy mce fella has laughlng frts gets along wrth everyone fun to have around comlcal horn rrmmed glasses comes out wrth the funnlest th1ngs all around n1ce guy Clubs Ag 1 Glee Club 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 4 16 1. . . polite-witty-a lot of fun-he has a way with the irls-ver smart-a 2nd l EDWARD M LIEBER Eddie General Course Ambition Hotel owner Favor1teSay1ng Scuse me Lady Tall dark and good looking dependable flirt partial to Johnny Ray and Tony Bennett drives green Chrysler coupe ways making eyes Clubs Glee Club 1 2 3 4 BOYSHI Y 2 3 4 46'- lin' ANN LULA LAWTON "LuAnn" Commercial Course Ambition-Secretary Favorite Saying-"Sing this song to me' New hairdos- -quiet- - -new member of c lass - - -always baby - sitting for younger brothers and sisters---talks and thinks about boys Clubs: Glee Club 1-2-3: Dancing Club 4: Girls Club l Girls Sport Club 1-2-3. GRACE ELLEN LUTHER Gracle College Course Ambition Private Secretary Favorite Saying Eh lots of fun athletic easy going likes to have fun Clubs G1ee Club 1 2 3 4 Basebal 1 2 3 4 H Y 3 Dramatic Club 3 Cheerleader 3 Nahara Staff 4 Student Council 17 1 A x -U --- ' ---a1- g H Cute--big brown eyes--pleasing personality--found at Pear's . I I ' ' ' 5 ' ' ' 1 i- : 2. ' ' ' , S ' f r - 55 BARBARA LOUISE MCLUCAS Bob Commerclal Course Ambruon Art School Favorrte Sayrng I don t fool around Partxal toEdd1eF1sher cute good sport tease freckles pretty eyes Marne accent Clubs Glee Club 4 Future Homemaker of Amerrca 4 Art 4 3' -j K 'nv- 1' ANN CHRISTINE MCNEILL Annle College Course Ambttlon Laboratory technlclan Favortte Saytng Cut tt out practtcaljoker loads o fun clowmng notsey full of person alrty Clubs Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Trl H1 Y 1 3 4 Danctng Club 4 SANDRA DIANE PECKEROFF Sandy College Course Ambttxon Nurse Favortte Saytng Bemg that Taktng care of Semor money long dark hatr btg eyes frtendly qutet Mano Lanza crazy loves mustc crazy about ammals Clu s Glee Club 1 2 3 4 F F A 1 2 3 fSec J Danctng Club 4 Treasurer of Class 3 4 Nahara Staff4 All State Chorus 4 18 . . ,, , ,, I- 5 , I .rf ,ff s .1 ' 7 63 1 F 0 I 5 X' , I , ' , X ' .Rx Always chewing gum-creates near-tragedies in Chem. Lab. b: - - - : . . . - - . ' ' 9 : 3 ' GERALD IAN ROELANTS "Gerry" College Course Ambition-Join Air Corps Favorite Saying-"What d'ya mean?" Plays basketball--likes Bertha--draws picturevgood looking---heart- breaker---big tease---big shoulders---hair in his eyes. Clubs: Glee Club 1-3g Class of 52' Vice Pres. 2-33 Assistant Ed. of Yearbookg Hi-Y 1.-2g Soccer 3: Basketball 1-3-4 ICO-Captainjg Baseball 1-3-4g Football 1. I A r 1 I K ,I EDWARD FRANK RARUS "Eddie" College Course Ambition-Teacher Favorite Saying-"I forgot" Very considerate---polite---well mannered-- -always rushing through the halls---very studious-crew hair cut---very dependable-- -always willing to help---the boy with the bright colored shirts and those bow ties! Clubs: Glee Club 45 Forum Club 45 F. F. A. 1-2-3 fPresident 2-3Jg Journalism Club 3-43 Rural Youth Award. BERTHA EMILY RUTH "Bert" College Course Ambition-Medical Sec. Favorite Expression-"Allrighty" Cute-- -charming personality- - -dependable--good leader- - -all-round student-- -teaser- -great heartbreaker - -snappy dresser- - -big dimples - - - good kid. Clubs: Class of '52 Vice Pesldent 4: Yearbook Advertising Manager 4: President of Student Council 4g President of East Haddam Hi-Y 3g Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3: Glee Club I'2'3g Dramatic Club 4, 19 1. WILEY JOHN VALLY Wuey General Course Ambmon Own Truckmg Co Favor1te Saymg Chester Famous for h1s wave can often be seen duvmg EastHaddam Lumber Trucks gomg to Jom Navy after school qulet deep blusher tall hkes to bowl HENRY SCHMITBERGER Schmlty General Course Ambltron Sarlor Favortte Saymg Cut ll out The boy wrth the btg smtle blonde ha1r quret type except for oc easronal bursts of laughter whtch almost turn mto convulslons h1gh volce frtendly manner Clubs Baseball 3 4 Clubs Baseball 2 3 4 Student Councxl QVICC Pres J 4 H1 Y 1 2 W EH' zo 4 ' x M . ' , - . - - . -, , 'Q . V, . , . x 4 A MOST NATURAL DEEPEST BLUSHERS CLASS ATHL51-E DORIS WILEY ELEANOR WILEY f'RACE FIIGENF CLASS MOST POLITE CLASS TEASE ANNA CARRY SANDRA HENRY BERTHA IFONARD , n CLASS MUSICIAN BEST DRESSED MOST ROMANTIC IANET-VIINFIELD H -7 f IANET-DAVID 21 BEST LOUK1NG MOST NONCHALANT CLAaS THEWIAN ELEANOR GERALD NANCY'GARRY ROBERTA DAVID I CLASS FLIT MOST CONSCIENTIOUS ALL AROUND STUDENT BARBARA IDWAID L. SALLY EDWARD R. BERTHA ROBERT l CLEVERIST SENTIMENTALIST ANN WGN! Ronan mvm ANNA GERALD 2.2 A N 1 l PIM Ly A L k ui' L N . V 5 Charac terrstrc Most Quret Hardest Worker Best Lookm Cleverlst Most Respected Class Clown Best Llked Most Cheerful Most Romantrc Best Leader Best Tease Best Excus Maker Class Artrst Best Dressed Sentrmentalrst Class Flrrt Most Srncere Most Polrte Smartest Class Thesplan Best Personalrty All Around Student Most Accomodatmg Brggest Heartbreakers Best Sport Class Musrcran Most Nonchalant Class Athlete Best Dancer Most Conscrentlous Most Independent Best DISDOSIIIOH Most School Sp1r1t Most Dependable Most Llkely to Succeed Cutest Class Arguer Deepest Blushers Shyest Nolsiest Class Dreamer Class Realm Typlcal Teenager Most Natural Tardrest L1vel1est WHO S WHO G1r Ame Lawton Sally Gelston Eleanor Hotyckey Roberta Greenberg Sally Gelston Ann McNe1l Barbara McLucas Barbara McLucas Janet Harvey Sally Gelston Bertha Ruth Arm McNe1l Barbara McLucas Eleanor Hotyckey Anna Golec Barbara McLucas Sally Gelston Sandra Peckeroff Bertha Ruth Roberta Greenberg Barbara McLucas Bertha Ruth Janet Harvey Bertha Ruth Sally Gelston Janet Harvey Nancy Hetdtmann Grace Luther Sandra Peckeroff Sally Gelston Roberta Greenberg Sandra Peckeroff Sally Gelston Sally Gelston Sally Gelston Barbara McLucas Roberta Greenberg Eleanor Hotyckey Anne Lawton Ann Mc-Nell Anna Golec Sally Gelston Bertha Ruth Dor1s Hexdtmann Roberta Greenber Ann McNe1l 24 Boy Howard Brookman Robert Cook Gerald Roelants Davxd Hurowrtz Wrley Valley Eugene Dufrat Wrley Valley Leonard Bower Davrd I-lurowitz Leonard Bower Leonard Bower Davrd Hurowxtz Donald Batchelder Edward Rarus Gerald Roelants Edward Lreber Wrley Valley Henry Schmrttberger Robert Cook David Hurowxtz Gerald Roelants Robert Cook Edward Lreber Wrley Valley Garry Kleln Wmfreld Baker Garry Klem Eugene Dufrat Davrd Hurowrtz Edward Rarus Davrd Hurowrtz Henry Schmrttberger Leonard Bower Edward Lreber Robert Cook Donald Batchelder Davxd Hurowxtz Wrley Valley Howard Brookman Eugene Dufrat Garry Klem Garry Klem Gerald Roelants Wrley Valley David Hurowrtz Eugene Dufrat I ' . g . 4 lvlost Popular Bertha Ruth Gerald Roelants . '. . 3 l QIUOI' Cfajj ,W Wrnfreld Baker leaves hrs curly harr to Mr Kozak Donald Batchelder leaves S M fhrs carl to Myrna Bower Leonard Bower leaves hrs Job as soda Jerk m the Drug Store to any future Junror IERK Howard Brookman leaves hrs herght to Johnny Tom Thumb Walker Robert Cook leaves hrs grggles to Ann McMullen Eugene Dufrat leaves hrs sensatronal baseball abrlrty to Rrchard Zavon to help Coach Nevers rn the comrng year Sally Gelston leaves her own Malaprop drctrorrary toMrs Mac Dermottfor future laughs Anna Golec leaves her walk to Jean Van Deusen Roberta Greenberg leaves her wrtty remarks to Natalre Lerner Janet Harvey leaves her enormous appetrte to Ioan Murphy Dorrs Heldtmamr leaves her frank ways to Audrey MacMullen Nancy Herdtmann leaves her naturalrness to Henrretta Block Eleanor Hotyckey leaves her blonde hart to Prrscrlla Fleldrng Dave Hurowrtz leaves hrs abrlrty to mrx chemrcals to Mat Cashman for future explo sions Garry Klern leaves his forwardness HJ to Bobby Soja Ann Lawton leaves her prnk glasses to Mrs Iahelka Grace Luther leaves her two front teeth to Brlly H111 Edward Lreber leaves hrs scuse me lady to PaulBres1ow who's manner rs less refrnedl Barabara McLucas leaves her flirtatrous ways to Theresa Sypega Ann McNerl leaves her humorous rmltations to Harry Mrtchel Sandra Peckeroff leaves her abrlrty to count money to the comrng senror treasurer Edward Rarus leaves hrs srde bums to Drckre Zrobron Gerald Roelants leaves his masculrne charm to Michael Ralpolt Bertha Ruth leaves her unaffected manner to Roberta Harrrs H6HIYfig1uI:l1b3E:y1gig'Sf his WHY of berng develrsh and not gettrng caught to the less Wrley Vally leaves his blushrng to Franklrn Zrobron because he certarnly doesn t want rt any more' 25 Q u Q . . . . . . . ,, ,, - - n uv . . . . ,, . ,, . - u . - u u " . . n . . 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JUNIOR PROM On a cool summer even1ng May 26 1951 our Prom was held We danced to the Music of Dick Ryder and l-its Blue Notes Neath the Southern Moon was our theme Pastel shades of crepe paper blended in with our cafe style tables A spot light shifted its rays from color to color on a glowing moon suspended from the ceiling FASHION SHOW the necessary cash for that all important class trip The school auditorium was filled to capacity to watch the fashions being modeled by the town s people and a few models from Wrubel s of Middletown who sponsored the show 27 1 K-I Q On February 28, the senior class held a fashion show for the purpose of raising W Q ms QJUNIOR ,5 Ti, 4 -f ws S SOPHOMORE FRESH MAN JUNIOR CLASS Presrdent Walter Zrobron Vrce Presrdent Carolrne Golet Secretary Herman Moeller Treasurer George Drenga Councrl Members Dorothy Kostoss and Anthony Bloch The flrst actrvlty of the Juruors was the long awarted and revengeful Frosh rnrtratron lt proved to be a hrlarrous affarr for the Junrors The Frosh how ever had a chance to recover some of therr lost dlgmty at the Freshman Recep tron whrch followed the rnrtratlon In the annual Magazrne Subscrrptron Campargn the sporls of the vrctors drd not fall to the Junrors thrs year ln fact rt was qurte the contrary srnce the Junrors had to put on the Magazme Jamboree fmuch to the rclref of the senrorslj The Jumor actrvrtres for 52 were concluded wrth the Iunror Prom the long awarted formal affarr of the year 29 SOPHOMORES President .,.., . , James Shea Vice President , . Albert Faircloth Secretary . , . , . Anne McMullen Treasurer . . . Audrey McMullen Council Members ..... Claire Gates and Richard Ziobron The Sophomore's big feature of the year was the annual Sophomore Hop. The auditorium was decorated in the theme of "Moonlight and Roses" and they danced to the music of Sal Greco's orchestra. In February, after waiting for several months, the Sophomores received their class rings. Once again the Sophomores won the magazine drive and the money they received helped to boost their treasury. 30 FRESHMAN CLASS Presrdent Yetta Breslow Vrce Presrdent Elrzabeth Lrnko Secretary Henrretta Bloch Treasurer Beverly Doty Councrl Members Daphne Ely and Rrchard Zavon The Freshmen started therr frrst year of hrgh schoolSeptember 6 1951 O September 'I they had therr frrst rmportant class meetrng to elect therr leaders for the year Therr Hrst brg event was the Freshman Imuatron whrch was held October 19 and was sponsored by the Jurnor Class In the evenrng the Freshmen enjoyed the receptron They were formally welcomed mto the I-hgh School when each class member was presented wrth a scroll srgned by the Iunror Class Presrdent On the Magazrne Drrve the Frosh ranked second rn average per person but came rn fxrst by brrngrn rn the most money Daphne Ely was the h1 hest sales 1rl 1n the I-hgh Schoo and recervefl the Magazrne Drrve award or sellrng 102. OO worth of subscriptions. 31 4 5 If fgfpm Sv 4 Q X7 Ybfk A 63 QMX X XX Mb XX XOM M NA Q ' 1 if 5 on W v ' X s f' ' Q ix ,Lili 1- '1 T: Z Tir, If ' Q "fl tV' X It , ' A W' U X W ' Qx fg- E N ' xi'-52 HQ W- xx. X-X XFX R xx - 1 - Q 635- 'U -ly N I X V Q. X ' X A X S I - Qxxfy A x' X KXHLJIQ' THE STUDENT COUNCIL The twelve members of the Student Councrl have been workrng very hard and dtlrgently thrs year to revrve the dead soul of the Councrl There are two representatrves from each class from the seventh to the twelfth grades The seventh graderepresentatrves are Carollne Schlers and Jane Reynolds who have donea ma nlfrclent Jobrn takrng care of the noon hourdanclng whrch has been provrded or the Iunror and Senror hrgh school by the Student Councrl The erghth grade representatrves Albert Pach and Wrllram Robrda have accom plrshed a hard task effrclently that of patrolrn the halls wrth the rest of the Student Councrlmembers The Freshman mem ers are Daphne Ely and Rrchard Zavon who just recently replaced Stuart Parker The Sophomore representa IIVLS Clalre Gates and Rrchardltobron have been overly co operattve rn gettrng the Student Councrl reorganrzed The Junror representatrves Dorothy Kostoss and Anthony Bloch are Secretary and Treasurer of he Councxl respectlvely and have done an excellent job rn these offlces The two Senlor members Wrley Valley and Bertha Ruth are the Vrce Presldentand Presrdent respecuve ly and have done therr share rn orgamztng the group for meetrngs drscussrons and trlps to other schools The Student Councrl members have accompllshed therr goal a new and revtsed constrtutron and councrl Congratulatrons to Mr Collette therr advrser and the councll for a Job well done' 33 FORUM CLUB Presldent Sally Gelston Secretary Alberta Hall Advrser Mr Emery Blanchard Thrs year for the frrst txme the Forum Club had regular meetrngs twrce a month whrch IS a marked rmprovement because now the club can prepare plan and drscuss toprcs for the semr annual Shore lme Forum Meetmgs wluch are the mam events of the Forum Club In the fall the Forum was held at Madxson and rn the sprrng Gurlford I-hgh School was host to the numerous delegates The object ofthe Forum Club 1S to acquamt the members wrth natronal state and world wrde toprcs of the day Each Forum cons1sts of f1ve lnterestrng toprcs wrth a charrman two key note speakers and a summarrzer rn each d1s cussron Followmg the sectronal meetmg all f1ve summarrzers report to the jornt assembly The Forum Club IS an mterestlng and educatronal club and rt grves the members the wonderful opportumty of meetrng other hrgh school students from surroundrng towns 3 Xf JOURNALISM CLUB Editor in Chief S Gelston Feature Editor A Hall Business Manager R Greenberg Grade Side Editor M Golub Sports Editor L Bower Asst Business Manager E Rarus Circulauon Managers Anne McMullen Publication Staff N I-leidtmann Audrey McMullen D Heidtmann The Journalism Club holds a meeting on the first and third Monday of each month. The main activity of the Journalism Clubis to publish the Rumbler . Among the new features added to the Rumbler this year is a Junior High and a Lovelorn column. Each year members of the club attend the annual C. S. P. A. conference in New York. This year the club decided to send delegates on an award basis. They elected Nancy and Doris Heidtmannp because of their ma 'f- icent work on the publication staff and Sally Gelston who did a fine Job as Editor. The t ee chaperoned by Miss Mochak attended the 28th annual convention on March 13 14 and 15. 35 DRAMATIC CLUB Presrdent Anna Golec Vrce Pres1dent Robert Cook Secretary Herman Moeller Treasurer Elarne Brrndley Meeungs of the Dramatrc Club are held rn the Ray School Lrbrary every other Wednesday There are 20 regular acuve members At the meetmgs play revrews drama crrtrcrsm actrng vorce and part try outs are partxcrpated 1n The club trres to present at least one skrt or play a year 36 --- r V A 1 ' 7 M- r ----- ., .. . . , I I l - LIBRARY CLUB President Margaret Golub V1ce President Helen Sypega Secretary Audrey McMullen The Library Club holds Us meetings on the second and fourth Monday of each month with Mrs MacDermott as Club Adviser The business meeting is usually followed by instruction or a special feature followed by a work meeting As special features the Library Club held two contests A Crossword Puzzle and Identification of Authors. Robert Cook was the wlnner of the Crossword Puzzle contest and Dorothy Klosowicz of the Identification of Authors Contest. Many new books were added this year, both fiction and non-fiction. The Club added a daily newspaper to the Ray Library, and also a magazine rack. Margaret Golub and Helen Sypega attended the Nutmeg 020 Conference. 37 GLEE CLUB The Glee Club rs headed by Mrs Schonberg who IS workrng very nard to keep everythlng runnrng smoothly Durrng the past few months the members have been workxng on new songs Thrs w111 be the frrsr affarr srnce the PIRATES OF PENZANCE put on two years ago Mrs Schonberg IS also trymg to start a quartette 38 for a variety show that will be put on in the spring. Clannette Saxaphone Trumpets Vrohns Plano Dtrector SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Rrchard Frala Wrnfreld Baker Mar ret Golub Shrr ey Caron Donald Z.1obron Rxchard Zavon Thomas Bogan Davrd Peckeroff Stephane Sprecher Elras Danrkow Maggre Turner Carollne Golet Mrs Charlotte Schoenberg The School Orchestra plays for all School graduatxon exerclses and has Drums ------ --------- ------ Ro b ert Cook at trrnes, put on concerts at the school. RADIO CLUB Pres1dent Hlldreth A Cummlngs V1ce Presrdent Herman Moeller Superv1sor Mr Walter F Kozak The enthus1ast1c puprls com nsmg the club formulated a well concerved plan of act1on Therr estabhshe goal for the year was as follows Frrst Introducuon mto schemauc readm Second Ind1v1dua1 consnucnonal work w ch mcludes the complet1on of a mrmature transmrtter Thlrd Become acqualnted wrth the modern teletronrc U H F V H F and color fundamentals 40 CAMERA CLUB Presldent Cecllla Golub Vrce Presldem Rrchard Zavon Secretary Theresa Sepega Treasurer Helen Sepega Advlsor Mr Bockstem In the club they develop prctures study cameras and the fundamentals of photography Prctures developed by the club are on dlsplay ln the Ray School show wrndow 41 L-......... LITE F CLB Presrdent Howard Brookman Vrce Presrdent James Gallegher Secretary Herman Moeller Treasurer Wrllram Lamb The Future Farmers of Amerrca Club was orgamzed 1n November 1951 w1th Mr Clark as the adv1sor Meeungs were held twrce a month rn the A r1 culture room in the Ray School At each meeung they have had outstan mg movles such as Wmgs of the W11d 42 MODEL BUILDERS CLUB The Model Builders Club is headed by Mr, Mercuri, It was started this year and is rolling along very smoothly, The main idea of this club is building minature model planes, boats, and cars. It should be a success because of the great number of different things that can be made 43 T HIY Presldent Sally Gelston Vrce Presrdent Alberta Hall Secretary Janet Harvey Treasurer Dorothy Kostoss Hrstorran Marcella Bury Durrng the past year the MoodusTrr H1 Y has been qulte actrve Members have taken part rn many servrce projects a Thanksgrvrng basket was rven to a needy famrly ten dollars was donated toward the constructlon of a butld mg rn l-lrroshrma frve dollars was grven to the County Y M C A drrve and many members Jorned the East Haddam ClVl1 Defense Program Besrdes thelr proyects the club members have enjoyed many evenrngs of bowlmg games movres and other forms of entertarnment The Trr Hr Y members wxsh to extend then' thanks to Mrs Emery Blanchard for her leadershrp wrthout whrch thelr club could not have been a success 44 RI- - - A 4 . 2 . A . . t , . . I Ugg", 1 - 7-s BOYS HI Y President Thomas Dombroski Vice President Matthew Cashman Secretary Walter Ziobron Treasurer Eugene Dufrat Historians William Hill and Paul Breslow At the beginning of the year, under the leadership of Thomas Nevers, the Boy's Hi-Y pre- sented a Polka-Barn ance which was a great success. In December, Mr. Nevers retired from his position as leader, due to unforeseen circumstances, and the club slowed down considerably. Now, with the aid of Mr. Charles J. Anderson, the club is resuming its activities at a fast pace. 45 Yvonne Valley EAST Presrdent V1ce Pres1dent Secretary Sergeant at Arms HADDAM H1 W1nf1eld Baker lrvrng Tyler Lou1se Bragdon Wllllam Stout Chaplm Davrd Boardman The H1 Y has planned three ten week schedules wh1ch consrst of speakers re creatlon a play and meetlngs The membershrp has mcreased thrs year and thrs has made possrble the achrevement of the arms of the organ1zat1on The H1 Y hopes to take part IH sendlng toys and clothes to the people of Europe and ln helprng the com mun1ty provrde entertalnrnent and recreatron for adults and chrldren 1n the sprmg and summer months 46 '-Y Treasurer --------------------- - ---- Bruce Gonci - - A . 1 - TG Jxlq O ,Za SOCCER The record of the 1951 soccer season was not too rmpressrve but the team had plenty of flght and s 1r1t The team lost many ball players thrs year by 1nJur1es and departures o some of the fellows The soccer squad consrsted of tl1e followrng players oal guard Bob Frala who d1d a good Job ftlhn the shoes of Wrndy Baker om1er oal guard fullback Skrp Zlobron and a Cashman halfbacks Drckre Zobron Stew Parker and Paul Breslow The B111 H111 nght 1ns1de Tommy Dodo Dombroskr and rr ht wrng Gene Dufrat The team was severly hrt when B111 H111 recerved a eg mjury at tl1e Saybrook game The team s ab1l1ty was very rmpresstve desprte many handrcaps BASKETBALL The basketball team had a record of f1ve w1ns and eleven losses Thrs IS the thrrd year 1n successron that the team has won frve games The ball play ers are Brlly H111 Harry Mrtchell Tommy Dombrowsl-41 Gene Dufrat Gerry Roelants Matthew Cashman and Garry Klein Brlly H111 was the hlgh scorer for the year The semors who are leavmg are Gene Dufrat Gerry Roelants and Garry Klren Some of the ball players on the second team who w11l be a reat help to the varslty next year are Harry Gates Bob Soja Henry Golet ucker Farrcloth and Walter Zrobron BASEBALL The baseball team of 51 under Coach Levlne who dtd not return thrs year was qurte successful Some of the players were as follows Robert Roblda Walter Urban Paul Palmer Charles Golet Wtley Valley Mathew Cashman Pojer Snell Eugene Dufrat W11l1aml-1111 Thomas Dombroslu and Allen Klley Robrda Urban Palmer Golet Snell and Krley graduated rn Iune 1951 47 s P R T s p 1 1 W . - X . 72 M 5511 all '. 154. I 4 ' :U 4 ? I P 9 U I in tt line was as follows: .left wing, Harry lvlitchellg leftiinside, Bob Sojag center, if OCCQL A E E, if Z? f.v r fgli ,Q I . ,KJ U 'E 4' 'A' LQ V 'V .Lf E, W. I I E436 M : 'Q Ls' 1 . 1 " F Q f. ' I 4 v gm. .Q 1 Q-94 I e Q,x Q A I 3.1 Q Fi - 1 .ak , . v," x I, xv I f l Qaff f Q ' lf? , 5' . , 2 f A-gl" ,7f.:s - W 1 2 fi 2 4: X- !f X5 I If dl xx 4' 3 .f ij i H, i I is W J Nxfw 'QF gn ik X 17.594, Lg! 34 'BA , XX 1'. gays, 5' 7 , fx: ,X up 5 , 48 5 ,576 'Z A M ,IK 'I fl Qailmljzl, JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The squad started the season wrth three cheerleaders Jane Van Loan Joan Hall and Daphne Ely Because of varrous drffrcultres two of the squad resrgned and lame has done a terrrfrc Job of cheermg alone and has also had the help of some of the Senror Cheerleaders The Spectators have been wrth her for each cheer 52 Jane Van Loan was the only J. V. 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