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

 - Class of 1957

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Hale-Ray, we'll love thee always: Our praise of thee shall never cease. CLASS '57 The month of June has come again: But this time the meaning is greater: It means the end of school days we know, A promise of things which come later. For some, June marks an end of study, An end to routine known and dear: The parting of classmates of Nathan Hale-Ray And the end of some friendships made here. For others, it's like a stepping stone, As they journey on to college. They'1l make new friends, and have more fun While on their quest for knowledge. All of our lives will surely change, As we live from day to day. But whatever it is that we may gain, We owe our stan to Hale-Ray. BY Dorothy Armstrong CLASS SONG From the first year to the last year, Memories we hold so dear. The girls who cheered our team to fame, The boys who won the winning game, We will have these moments to remember The time we went to Washington, The week that we had so much fun, We will have these moments to remember The school years end with parting, And we now are on our way, To find our own true happiness To last us all our days. But we are proud and glad to say, Alumni, we are from Hale-Ray. We will have these moments to remember STEERING COMMITTEE OG Ugg A CHAIRMAN: Jane Reynolds CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT: Diane Brindley SECRETARY: Pat Rarus VICE PRESIDENT: Jane Reynolds TREASURER: Thea Hutra YEARBOOK STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Judy Pross ADVISOR: Kenneth YEARBOOK CLUB White J ?fMf2 CAMELLA R. MAIEWSKI High School Principal Bridgewater State Teachers' College, B. S. American University Teachers College, Columbia University, M. A. Hillyer College University of Connecticut MYRON G. COLLETTE Superintendent University of Maine, B. A. Boston College Columbia University, M. A. Willimantic State Teachers' College Clark University University of Connecticut ,NMR WALTER J. ANDERSON Social Science, English Teachers College of Connecticut, B. S. FLORENCE CROSS Commercial Indiana State Teachers College Teachers College of Columbia U. , B. A. M. A. RAYMOND BOLDUC Social Science, English Plymouth Teachers College B. Ed. MILTON W. DUPUIS THOMAS G. FLANDERS Languages Industrial Arts U. of Conn. , B. A. Teachers College of Conn. , Middlebury College, M. A. Boston University U. of Mexico B. S. D. LEONARD LIEBERMAN Chemistry, Biology, Gen- eral Science Wesleyan U. , B. A. Trinity College, M. A. ALBERT MARTINSON Math Armour Institute of Tech- nology U. S. Coast Guard Academy, DEAN L. MacDERMOTT English, World History Acadia U. , B. A. THOMAS NEVERS PATRICIA R NUTE Athletic Coach Home Economics U. of Conn. , M. A. University of Conn. , B. S. West Virginia U. , B. A. CHARLOTTE SC HONBERG Music James Milikin University and Conservatory 5 ROBERT I. STEINER Agriculture U. of Connecticut College of Agriculture, B. S. U. of Connecticut Graduate School of Education, Fifth Year Certificate ., :NK WALLACE SLAVKIN Junior High Math and Science University of Bridgeport, B. S. JUNE THOMAS ELEANOR WIEMANN All Athletic Coach Colby Junior College Asso- Brooklyn College, B. S. ciate in Fine Arts Adelphi College, B. A. KENNETH C. WHITE English and Social Science Teachers College of Con- necticut, B. S. University of Connecticut, M. A. MILDRED K. JAHELKA School Secretary ALICE R. YEOMANS Hospital Bucknell, R.N LILLIAN LANGE School Accountant WE MADE IT CLASS OFFICERS Student Council Members President ------------- DIANE BRINDLEY DIANE BRINDLEY Vice President - - - JANE REYNOLDS DOT ARMSTRONG Secretary - - - - PATRICIA RARUS DAVID PECKEROFF Treasurer - - - - - THEA HUTRA JOHN HUTRA First row, left to right: Margo Etler, Joanne Ventres, Arlene Robida, Joan Latronica, Pat Rarus, Diane Brindley, Jane Reynolds, Thea Hutra, Dorothy Armstrong, Patricia Ziobron, Pauline Jahelka, and Shelley Roelants. Second row: Mr. leiberman, Lewis Klapper, Carl Fritz, Harold Johnson, Carolyn Schleis. Judy Pross, Georgine Craig, Helen Canfield, Thomas Rozanski, Harold Breslow, and Edward Cummings. Third row: Philip Rogers, Ernest Baroni, James Mitchell, Lawrence Maly, Thomas Jahelka, John Hutra, Craig Goodspeed, David Peckeroff, Roy Piercey, and Thomas Provencher. .,. . :R .N 9 X Q-. A-N951 SEQ-i Q w . 2 w H X A l 'Q 5 5 ,Yr N '- 5 XW . X kin X .. X ii an . zfnigg Q, x, . Q v 5555 1 ERNEST L. BARONI College Course Ambition- -Work in Favorite Expression--Nehhhhhhhhhh Tall. . . blond. . . blushes at the drop of a hat. . . loves his ford. . .liked by all. Basketball 1, 2: Soccer 43 Student Council 1. DOROTHY E. ARMSTRONG - "Dot" Commercial Course Ambition--Secretary Favorite Expression--My foot! Very dependable. . . cute. . . good' sport. . . crazy about CMS. Class Secretary 15 Dramatics 1, 2 fVice Presidentlg Year- book 3, 4 fBusiness Managerjg Joumalism 1, 4 IFeature Editorjg Dancing Club 1: Future Homemakers of America 3: Poetry Award 3: Drivers Ed 3: Public Speaking Finals r 33 Student Council 4 fPresidentJg IV Cheerleader 2: News Q 1 Reporter 3. - "Emie" Telephone Co. HAROLD BRESLOW - 'Hersh' General Course Ambition--Be a car salesman Favorite Expression--Hey. jerk- "The SHORT one". . . cute smile. . .loves sporm. . .lots of fun. . . very polite. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball lg Audio Visual 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, Dancing 4. DIANE J. BRDNIDLEY - "Diesel" College Course Ambiti0n-- Marry a rich man "English", . . drives her own hot ford. . . brown eyes. . . lots of fun. . . good dancer. . .-very polite. . . and popular. Softball 1, 2, 3: Class President 1,4: Glee Club 1, Year- book 1g Driver's Ed 1: Science 3g Dramatics 34 Steering Committee 3, 4: Student Council 4g Library 2, 3 fVice President D,1President 435 Class Vice President 3. HELEN I. CANFIELD - "He1" Commercial Course Ambition--Telephone Operator Favorite Expression--Really? Very friendly. . . beautiful complexion. . . infectious gig- gle. . . good natured. . . all around good sport. Glee Club 13 Journalism 1,2, 3, 4, Managing Editor, Library 1, 2 fTreasurer 33: Yearbook Club 4 fSubscription Man- ager. J , A, it GEORGINE C. CRAIG - "Georgie" Commercial Course Ambition--Get Married Good artist. . . always late to class. . . a good friend. . . very helpful, new member of the class. . . thinks about the fellows. Girls Sports Club 1, 2g Swimming 23 Yearbook 4, CArt Editor. J EDWARD CUMMINGS - 'Eddie' Agricultural Course Has big ideas. . . always has a good cute joke. . . may be seen sleeping in problems. Audio Visual lg FFA 1, 4 fTreasurerJg Dramatics 1, Soccer 2, 3g Student Council 3: Square Dancing 4. MARGO ETLER - 'Marg' College Course Ambition--Get married Favorite Expression--Idiot Good sport. . . friendly. . .loves to sing. . . thinks and talks about Bill. . . drives Mom's Chevy. . . always talking with Janie. . . hates homework. Joumalism 1, 2, 3, 4 CExchange Editorjg Dramatics 1, 2, 3: Yearbook 4, Mdvertising Editorjg Manager of girls soft- ball 3. . 1 .faq,,.-- P 'kv' CARL FRITZ - 'Buckskin' Agricultural Course Ambition--Be a farmer Favorite Expression--Noi . . Rather shy. . . always seen wearing boots and dungarees. . . never does his homework. l Language Club 2, qrressureng FFA 3.4, qsecremyq CRAIG GOODS PEED College Course Ambition--Join the Air Force Favorite Expression--Ya know! Easy going. . . likes cars. . . has his own way of dancing. . .hy independent. . . known for his unusual han' style. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2: Square Dancing 4: Ball room Dancing 4. JOHN HUTRA - "Johnny" College Course Ambition--Join the Air Force Favorite Expression--You bother mel Always smiling. . . cute. . . flirts constantly. . .likes girls. . . always has his hair in his eyes. Audio Visual 1: Student Council 3: Chess Club 35 fPresi- dentj Steering Committee 3, 4g Yearbook 4, QAdvertising.D KA THEODOSIA HUTRA - 'Thea' Commercial Course Ambition--Secretary Favorite Expression--Oh, No! Pretty complexion. . . very helpful. . . good looking. . . polite. . . likes Bob. . . popular. . . very tight with class money. . . loves to buy shoes. Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 2: Chess Club 3: Steering Committee 3, 4g Yearbook 4, CCopy Editor.J THOMAS D. IAHELKA - "Tom" Agricultural Course Ambition- -Farmer Favorite Expression- -Wheeeeeeeel Plans to be a farmer. . . tall. . . rather quiet. . . always seen with Lou Ellen. . . nice guy. . . with a nice smile. Craftsman Club 15 FFA 3, 4: fVice Presidentj Driver's Ed 3. 3 . PAULINE E. IAHELKA Commercial Course Ambition--To be a success Favorite Expression- -What? Very quiet. . . rather bashful. . . short. . . nice girl to know . . . good friend. Combined Glee Club 1g Girls Glee Club 1: Journalism Club 2, 4, fBusiness Managerjg Library Club 2g FHA 3g Driver's Ed 33 Yearbook 3,4. HAROLD IOHNSON - 'Butch' Agricultural Course Ambition--Dairy Farmer Favorite Expression--Faked you Out! Quiet. . . friendly. . . courteous. . . hardly ever seen in school. . . good Ag Student. Dancing 1g Crafts Club 1: Audio Visual 1,2,3g fPresidentJ Dramatics 2: FFA 2, 4. RICHARD JOHNSON - "Rich" Agricultural Course Ambition--Join the Navy Tall. . . blond. . . never comes to school. . . has a D. A haircut. Dancing 1: Audio Visual 1. LEWIS KLAPPER - "Lew" College Course Ambition--To graduate from College Favorite Expression--C'est la vie. Good looking. . . curly hair. . . tease. . .loves to argue. . . goes out with Sara. . . hard worker. . . always lends a help- ing hand. . . well liked by all. Dramatics 1,25 Basketball lg Audio Visual lg Public Speaking 2,3g fSemi finalsjg American Essay Contest Win- ner 3g Dramatics certificate 33 Drivers Ed 3g United Nations Essay Winner 4g Steering Committee. JOAN LATRONICA " "Ioanie" General Course Ambition--Practical Nurse Favorite Expression--Scare Ya? Full of fun. . . giggles. . . always talking. . . good sport class clown. . .likes fellows. . . always has a smile. Crafts Club 1: JV Cheerleader 2,3g Drivers Ed 4. LAWRENCE MALY - "Larry" Agricultural Course Ambition--Farmer Favorite Expression--Oh say, this cannot be. Drives a hot 34 Ford. . . always has a smile. . . plans to be a farmer. . .likes cows and girls. Audio Visual lg Sports Manager 2: FFA 3, 4g Drivers Ed 3. JAMES MITCHELL - "Mitch" College Course 1 Ambition--To travel Favorite Expression--Don't get shook! Tall. . . dark. . . good looking. . . goes out with Pat R. . . likes sports. . . well liked by all. . . always has a smile. Basketball lg Steering Committee 3,4. DAVID PECKEROFF - 'Krockette' College Course Ambition--Pharmacist Favorite Expression--Don't mess around with the Lone Ranger. Soda jerk. . . never gets to school on time. . .likes music . . .fun to be with. . . works hard for the class. . . easy go- ing. . . very polite. Orchestra lg Glee Club lg Dramatics 1,2, 33 Forumg Audio Visual lg Student Council 2, 3, 43 QVice President, All- State Rep. 4g Sports Manager 2: Yearbook 4, fLayout Editor.J ROY PIERCEY - "Slim" College Course Ambition--Be a millionaire Favorite Expression--Tough Luck Loves his little Plymouth. . . "Buddy" of the English class. . . very humorous. . . always talking. . . picks on his father. Dramatics 1, 2, 3: Model Boat Building Club 1: Drivers Ed 33 Audio Visual 4: Yearbook 4, lSports Editor.J JUDY E. PROSS College Course Ambition--Go to College Favorite Expression--Aw, go on Tall. . . nice girl. . . drives her parents "Chevy". . . smart. Editor of Nahara. . . quiet in school. . .likes basketball games. . . very dependable. Forum 1,2, fTreasurerl: Journalism 1,2,3,4, fEditor-in- Chiefjg Glee Club 1: Dancing lg Dramatics 1, 2: Student Council 1, 2g Public Speaking finals 2g Language Club 1PresidentJ 23 Assistant Manager of Magazine Drive 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief of Nahara 4, Steering Committee 4. it THOMAS PROVENCHER - "Ranch" Ambition--Be a Bachelor Favorite Expression--Ah. COINS OU- - - Loves girls. . . hates school. . . tall. . . dark. . . good look- ing. Glee Club 13 Audio Visual 1g FFA fPresidentl 35 Chess Club Ufresidentj 4. PATRICIA A. RARUS - "Pat" Commercial Course Ambition--Get married Favorite Expression--Yes, Sirl Very cute. . . snappy dresser. . . popular. . .likes to dance. . always with Dottie. . .likes a good laugh. . . all-around teenager. Dramatics 1,2 lSecretaryJg Joumalism 1, 3, 4, QSecretaryJ IV Cheerleader 1, 2g FHA 3: Drivers Ed 3g Yearbook 3, 4. JANE H. REYNOLDS - "Janie" College Course Ambition- -Get married Favorite Expression--Oh, come on! Good leader. . . nice figure. . .likes Jack. . .loves music. popular. . .likes big earrings. . . hot rod. Forum 1, 2, fSecretaryJ2 Journalism 1, 2,3,4g Science Club 2g Dancing 1g Dramatics 1, 2: Public Speaking 2, 3: Vice President of Class 2, 4g Drivers Ed 33 Yearbook 4, KAssistant Editorjg All-State Rep. 4g Chairman of Steer- ing Committee 4. fu ARLENE M. ROBIDA - 'Tex' Commercial Course Ambition--Get married Favorite Expression--Oh, Honestly! . Romantic. . , cute as a button. . . plans to wed Jerry. . . has a Southern accent. . . hangs around with Pat Z. 2g Yearbook 4: Dramatics Club 15 Softball 1. Dancing 1: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, fSecretaryJ: IV Cheerleader 1, PHILIP L ROGERS - "Phil" SHELLEY A. ROELANTS - 'Shel' College Course Ambition--Travel Favorite Expression--It is, huh? Good Cheerleader. . . lpana smile. . . dark. . . good looking . . . best excuse maker. . . writes to Hank. . . crazy about Elvis Presley and all Rock 'N Roll music. . . always with Carolyn. JV Cheerleader lg Forum, Dramatics 1: Class Vice Presi- dent lg Softball 1, 2, 3,43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Ioumalism 2, 3g Var sity Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Square Dance 4g Steering Com- mittee 3,4g Yearbook 4, fCopy Editor.J College Course Ambition--Leave Moodus Favorite Expression--When are we going out? Tall. . . good looking. . . always has a butch haircut. . . loves girls. . . always a good sport. Soccer l,2, 3,4g Dramatics 3: Chess Club 3, 4g Square Dancing 4. ff' THOMAS ROZANSKI - "Rozy" Agricultural Course Ambition--Joined the Marines Favorite Expression--Hi, Honey! Class Flirt. . . good dancer. . . always seen with Janet. . . Favorite subject is math???. . . nice person to know. Operetta 2g Reporter for FFA 3: Student Council 3: Ball- room Dancing 4g Audio Visual 4g Soccer 4. CAROLYN M. SCHLEIS - "Sch1itz" General Course Ambition--Nurse Favorite Expression--Aw, the heck with it. Good Cheerleader. . . blond. . . nice clothes. . . would make a good nurse. . . dates Jack steadily. . . happy-go-lucky. . . good sport. Hi-Y l,2, 3g Forum 1, Dramatics lg Softball 1,2, 3,4g Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4, fCo-Captainjg Steering Committee 3, 4g Yearbook 4, QSports Editor.J JOANNE VENTRESS - "Io" Commercial Course Ambition- -Secretary Favorite Expression--"Cotton Pickin" Cute. . .likes bright colors. . . goes to all school functions ' . . .very sensible. . . has a temper. . .likes to go shopping Dancing 1: Glee Club lg Square Dancing lg Yearbook 4. , x HH rf PATRICIA A. ZIOBRON - 'Pat' Commercial Course Ambition- -Get married Favorite Expression--How's your love life? Has flirtatious way. . . short. . . good driver. . .lots of fun . . . good Cheerleader. . . always with Arlene. . . goes out with Richie. Varsity Cheerleader 1.2. 3,4, fCo-Captainjg Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g Softball lg Yearbook 4. with Thea. K The Perfect Senior Girl Should Have: The Shelley's - - - Personality He1en's - - - Cheerfulness Patty R's - - - - Clothes Caro1yn's - - - Hair Georgine's - - - Eyes Dotty's - - - - Smile Patty Z's - - - Figure Judy's - - - - Brains Diane's - - - Leadership ability Perfect Senior Boy Should Have: Lewie's - - - - - Brains David's - - - Personality John's ---- - Hair Tommy J's - - - Height Phil's ---- - Physique Harold B's - - - - - Athletic ability Tommy R's - - - Clothes Emie's - - - - Car Craig's - - - Absentee record CLASS MOTTO "He who strives, conquers. " CLASS FLOWER - Pink Carnation CLASS COLORS - Light Blue and Silver PROM THEME - "lt's Almost Tomorrow" SOPHOMORE HOP THEME - "Moonlight and Roses' CLASS HISTORY On a crisp autumn morning in September of 1945, a group of 'bewildered little boys and girls were welcomed into the first grade by Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Platt. We were: William Alger, Harvey Auster, Ernest Baroni, Frederick Bennett, Charles Bonn, Harold Breslow, Helen Canfield, Newton Clark, Edward Cum- mings, Loretta Dombroski, Lucille Dombroski, Edward Fien, Edith Frankel, Marcia Friedman, Eleanor Fuller, Craig Goodspeed, Pauline Jahelka, Thomas Jahelka, Lewis Klapper, Joan Latronica, Lawrence Maly, James Mitchell, Charles Ocelik, John Padgett, David Peckeroff, Ronald Polstein, Thomas Provencher, Patricia Rarus, William Reedy, Arlene Robida, Shelley Roelants, Carolyn Schleis, Myron Snow, Geraldine Treitler, David Turrell, Donald Usher, Helen Usher, Francis Van Cedarfield, Patricia Yindra, and Patricia Ziobron. After a few tears, and some accidents, we were soon well-acquainted with the 'grade-side" part of the building and the play-ground. We began to learn our A-B-C's and how to count. Mrs. Weaver taught us how to make Applesauce. The following year our teacher was Mrs. Thomas. We learned how to add and subtract. Kenneth Clark, Judith Goldberg, Stephen Jacoby, Harold Johnson, Richard Johnson, Leathe Riley, Philip Rogers, Zelda Sherry, Catherine Steele, Edwina Wellins, and Beverly Wood joined our class. Frederick Batchel- der, Kenneth Bennett, Charles Bonn, Charles Ocelik, John Padgett, Ronald Polstein, David Turrell, Francis Van Cedarfield, Loretta Dombroski, Lucille Dombroski, Edith Frankel, Geraldine Treitler, and Helen Usher left. We entered third grade with Mrs. Peck as our teacher. We learned how to write. The additions to our class were: Diane Brindley, Leonard Karp, and Sybilla Welles. The subtractions were: Newton Clark and Donald Usher. In the fourth grade our teacher was Miss Geber. We made a papier-mache map of Mexico, we were taught how to cook bananas in several ways, we took a trip to New York City and visited the Bronx Zoo, the Empire State Building, and the News Building. We took the Staten Island Ferry to see the Statue of Liberty, and we ate in the automat. We also had a picnic at Devil's Hopyard. The additions were: Ernest Carton, Shirley Miner, Avery Pettison, Nancy Plavec, Jane Reynolds, Helen Stark, and Geraldine Treitler. The subtractions were: William Alger, Harvey Auster, Edward Fien, Eleanor Fuller, and Patricia Yindra. Our fifth grade teacher was Mrs. Falvey. We made a map of Connecticut, we had a Pilgrim display, and we had a picnic at Mrs. Falvey's home. Daniel Van Cedarfield, Kenneth Jones, Rosalyn Kessell, Elizabeth Knight, Elizabeth Farnham, and Margaret Nickerson joined our class, and Leonard Karp left us. Our teacher for the sixth grade was Mrs. Davison. Peter Beaudette, David Olson, John Hutra, Earl Lawton, Muriel Isbister, Rosalyn Kessell, and Beverly Peatie joined us, and Joan Latronica and Myron Snow left us. As we entered Junior High, it brought a new routine of classes and teachers. Our class advisor was Mr. Cady. Edward Maggi, Theodosia Hutra, Lois Maine, Joanne Ventres, Sharon Stanek, Gwendolyn Lane, Judy Pross, and Joan Latronica joined our class. The following year our class advisors were Mr. Domijan, and Mr. Scire. Carol Esposito, Coralie Nutt, and Thomas Rozanski joined our class. On October 16, 1953 we were welcomed into the High School by the Juniors fC1ass of '55J who gave us our Freshman Reception. Our class advisors were Mr. Scire and Mrs. MacDermott. We were very eager to join activities and have as much fun as possible during our high school years. Daniel Caron, Dorothy Armstrong, Carol Barber, Margo Etler, Carl Lauridson, Peter Del Valle, and Beatrice Appleby joined our class, Edward Maggi, Kenneth Clark, and William Reedy left us. As we entered our Sophomore year, our class advisors were Mrs. Cross and Mr. Clark. On December 4, 1954 we held our Sophomore Hop. The theme of our Hop was "Moonlight and Roses, " and the colors were green and yellow. We danced to the music of Sonny Rogers and his orchestra. The king and queen were Lewis Klapper and Diane Brindley. Edward Maggi, Roy Piercey, and Roy Simmonds joined our class, and Peter Del Valle, and Marcia Friedman, Beatrice Appleby, Carl Lauridson, and Edward Maggi left us. We entered our Junior year and our class advisors were Mrs. Nute and Mr. Bissonette, and Mrs. June Thomas who replaced Mr. Bissonette. We welcomed the Freshmen into the high school by giving them their Freshman Reception. We also put on the Jamboree. Our class colors were light blue and silver, the flower is a pink carnation, and our class motto is 'He who strives, Conquers. " Our important event for this year was our "Junior Prom" which we held on June 2, 1956. The theme of our Prom was "lt's Almost Tomorrow. " The gym- nasium was decorated in nautical fashion, and we danced to the music of Al Jarvis and his orchestra. The king and queen were Eddie Bloch and Shelley Roelants. Carol Barber and Roy Simmonds left us. We entered our last year at Hale-Ray, with Mr. Lieberman as our class advisor. We were joined by Georgine Craig. This year we also put on the Jamboree. We worked hard to fulfill our Senior plans by having dances, cake sales, dinners, and selling coke at the games. After graduation, we the class of 1957 will leave our Alma Mater. but the bonds of friendship and memories will always remain with us. 1949 burnuu :UNL HOP H., .. . .1 v1.vf...,e.1. ul. Q P"-w'f'r'c'fy1' 'X - S KING: Lewis Klawper QTVR!! Diane Rriudloy IWELIU Koonllfht and Ho e omny Rogers P EC I NYM f""'W HL EVENTS Nsfs 'S Q SX X rx . ar! if Ft KY x-w. QOH! WIND CLASS WILL We, the members of the class of 1957, being of sound mind and body, do sol- emnly bequeath the following items: I, Dorothy Armstrong, leave my creaking joints to Kenny Maynard. I, Ernest Baroni, leave the suicide seat in my car to A.M. K. l, Harold Breslow, leave my freckles to Barbara Ciepiel. I, Diane Brindley, leave my love for tea to David Etler. l, Helen Canfield, leave my ability to run the mimeograph to Virginia Zele- znicky. I, Georgine Craig, leave my blonde streak to Nancy Bragdon. I, Edward Cummings, leave my water moccasin to Paul Bogel. I, Margo Etler, leave Peggy and David. I, Carl Fritz, leave! ll I, Craig Goodspeed, leave all my engines to Boss for dissection. I, John Hutra, leave my beard to Paul Daniels. I, Thea Hutra, leave my mercenary ways to future Senior class Lreasurers. I, Pauline Jahelka, leave my quiet ways to Eddie Bloch. I, Thomas Jahelka, leave my John Deere to Mr. Steiner. I, Harold Johnson, leave my absentee record to anyone who wants it. I, Richard Johnson, leave my cigarette butts to Richard Bower. I, Lewis Klapper, leave my scarlet blush to Sara Reynolds. I, Joan Latronica, leave my natural curly hair to Pete Wrigglesworth. I, Larry Maly, leave my bluffing up to Mr. Flanders. I, James Mitchell, leave school for good. I, David Peckeroff, leave my love for the Democratic Party to Mr. L. S. I, Roy Piercey, leave my car, the tan tank, to Mrs. MacDermott. I, Thomas Provencher, leave my glasses to Mr. Nute. and Mr Judy Pross, leave the post of Editor-in-Chief to any ambitious Junior. Patricia Rarus, leave my apple raid to Uncle Joe Sikorski. lane Reynolds, leave my short haircut to my sister, Sara. Arlene Robida, leave my southern accent to Eleanor Bielot. Shelley Roelants, leave my inability to stay at home to LeRoy Bartman Philip Rogers, leave my frustrating feeling after losing a game to Tom Nevers. Carolyn Schleis, take it with me. Joanne Ventres, leave my eyebrows to Amoret Van Deusen. Patricia Ziobron, leave my cousin, Donny, to Laura Lee Bemer. FLYING HIGH ox 95 "V If b Q 5- X5 k4?5 1 , ag 4 904' Ayeg. 'M 4.5--X39 1 6' SRE m.!w?i' Rh. Q K Jim YL R .- NAME Armstrong Baroni - - Breslow - - Brindley - Canfield - Craig - - - Cummings Etler - - - Fritz - - - Goodspeed Huna, J. - - Hutra, T. Iahelka, T Jahelka, P. Johnson, H Johnson, R. Klapper - - Latronica - Maly - - - Mitchell - Peckeroff - Piercey - - Pross - - - Provencher Rarus - - - Reynolds - Robida - - Roelants - - Rogers - - - Rozanski - Schleis - - Ventres - - Ziobron - - CLASS STATISTICS SHE IS HE IS - - Unusual ---- - - - - Good Looking - - - - - - Little ----- - - - - Respected - - - - - - - Sentimental- - - - - Artistic - - - - - - - - Bluffer - - -A - - - - Bi1l's girl- - - - ---Nervous-- -- ---Agoodguy-- -- - - Flirt ------- - - - Tight with money - - - - - Unconcerned ---- - - SHE THINKS SHE IS HE THINKS HE IS Naive ---- Unobserved - - Athletic - - Average - - - An authority - - Unimportant - - Casanova- - - Expressive - - Elvis ---- A1over-- --- Romeo ------- Knows she 's spoiled- Lue's one and only - - - Quiet ------ - - Unnoticed - - - - - --Good natured-- --Afa1'mer----- - - Tall ------ - Unneeded - - - - - Ourspoken - - - - An authority - - - - A good sport - - - - -We wonder - - - - -Bashfu1f?J ---- - Masterful - - - - - Always looking - - - - Worldly - - - --Ariot ------ --Moreso--- - - Witty - - - - - "Cute" - - - - - A brain - - - - - Diligent- - - - -A gay blade - - - Romantic - - ---Natural--- --Adevil----- - - A manager - - - - - Sophisticated - - - --Goingsteady--- --Loved------ --Anur ----- --Fickle---- - - A good sport- - - - Tough- - - - Lover ----- - - Smooth - - - - - - -Athletic - - - - - - Silly ------ - - - Always flirting- - - - - A good driver - - - Silly ------ Little - - NAME Dot - - Ernie - Hersh - Diane - Helen - Georgie Ed ---- -- Margo- - - - Carl-- -- Craig - Iohn-- -- Thea - 'rom-H -- CLASS STATISTICS SHE'D LIKE TO BE HE'D LIKE TO BE Glamorous - - - - ----- 'Her' one and only One of the boys - - Studious ----- A friend to all - - Perfect ---- Successful - - Married - - Dashing - - Dangerous - - In demand - - Unconcerned - - Masterful - - - Pauline Successful - - - Harold - - - - Out of school - - - RiCh ' ' ' ' Playing hooky - - Lewie - Witty ------ Joan ' ' - - Slick chick - - - Larry - Masterful - - - Mitch - Rich ---- Dave - Awake ---- Slim - - - - Important - - - - Judy - - - - A scientist - - - - R8I'1Ch ' A lady's man - - - PM R. - - - - Different - - - - Janie ' Important - - Arlene - - - - Married - - She1-- " Asiren-- Phil ' ' ' ' ' 'Different - - - Tom R. Irresistible - - - C8I0lyI1 Lady of Leisure - - 10311116 ' ' ' ' Vivacious - - - - PatZ. -- -- A boy ----- AI-PEARS TO BE Industrious ---- A lady killer - - Easy going ---- Responsible - - - A good sport - - - Interesting ---- Slow ---- Busy - - - Innocent - - Skipping - - A tease - - Of age ------ ALWAYS SEEN With French book - - With Ann Marie - - - Talking with Coach - Conducting meetings In Home Ec ---- Rushing to homeroom Telling jokes ---- Brownnosing ----- Roaming the halls - - With suede jacket - - Maiking sweet talk - - Wearing Bob's ring - Thoughtful ---- With 3 girl ----- A nice girl - - - Well liked ---- Without books Informed ---- Smiling - - - Wolfing - - A flirt - - - In demand ---- Lazy ---- Quiet - - Playboy - - At ease - - Exact - - - ln a daze ---- All shook - -- - - - - -Appealing - - With girls - - Looking neat - - But never heard - - With his Ford - - In Ag ----- Wisecracking - - With Georgine - - - Eating candy - - Making eyes - - - With a smile ---- Cracking knuckles - With her two pals - - With his hot 'Chevy' with Dotty ----- Yakking with Thea - With her 'bag' - - - Dreaming of Henry - Dragging his feet - - Looking at girls - - -Writing 'Jack' - Having fun ---- Giggling ---- - - - Playgirl - - - Worrying about Eng. CLASS STATISTICS Her secrets ---- - ' ' Buttering people - - - - - NAME KNOWN FOR Armstrong Bamni - - Blonde curly hair- Breslow ----- Brindley - Dependability - - Canfield - Craig ------ Cummings Etler - - - Fritz - - - Goods peed Hutra, J. ---- Hutra, T. Iahelka, T Jahelka, P. Johnson, H Johnson, R. - - Klapper ---- Latronica ---- Maly - - - Mitchell - Peckeroff ---- Piercey ---- Pross - - - Provencher Rarus - - - Reynolds - Robida - - Roelants - Rogers - - Rozanski - Schleis - - Ventres - - Z iobron ---- Philosophizing - - - - - Dignified walk - - - - - Jokes ------- - - - Inquisitiveness - - - - - Whispering ---- - - - Disgusted look - - Flirtatious ways - Miserly ways ---- - - - Thoughtfulness - - - - - Friendly ways - - Nice guy ---- Tallness - - - Remarks - - Laughing - - - His Car ---- Giving advice - - Comical ways - - Cracking knuckles Interested attitude His many girls - - Conversationalist - - - - - Biting nails - - - Serious ideas - - - - - Her moods ---- Hands in his pockets - - - - His steadies ----- - - Herpage boy--- -- Her giggles - - Her boyfriends - - PET PEEVE People ---- Rattles ---- Mr. Lieberman Washing Dishes Conceit ---- - - Lue ----- Steiner - - Conceit - - - Homework - - - - - -Short hair - - Grouches - - Hats ---- Mr. Steiner - - - - - - -Bumps - - - - Apples - - - School - - - Janie - - - Grouches - - New cars - - Gossip - - - Politics - - - His convert. - D's ----- Light nights - - - - Stubbornness - Dirty ashtrays - - - - Jealousy - - - Feathers - - Music - - Blushing - - - Book reports - Phil ----- English - - SIN Living - - Cars - - - Freckles - - Busboy - - Nephews - - Clothes - - - Girls - - Bill ---- Giggles - - - Motors - - Pat - - - Bob - - - Lue ----- None at all - Skipping - - Pink shirts - Sara ---- Bad moods - ---Junks---- Homework - Working - - Himself - - - - - -School books Shirley - - - Chevy - - Jack - - - Jerry - - Henry ---- Loud Clothes Janet ---- Jack ---- Thea's Bob - - - -Going steady X CLASS STATISTICS NAME MISS MOST Dot - - Orders ---- - Ernie - Eating in halls - Hersh - Mr. L's Lip - - Diane - - - - -Friends - - - - - Georgie - - - - -Noon walking - - - - Eddie - Ag U1 ----- Margo-- ---Gym----- Carl - - - - -Problems - - - - Craig - Sportsmen's Club John - - - - -Student Council - - - - Thea - Friends ----- Tom J. Lue ---- Pauline Eng. notes - - Harold - - - - Ag jacket - - Rich - - - - Nothing - - - Lewie--- --Mrs.MacD--- Joan - - - - -Friends - - - Larry - Ag f?J - - - Mitch - - - - -Skipping - - Dave - Gang - - - Slim-- -- Thebus-- Judy - - - - -The kids - - Tom P. - - - -Nothing - - PatR.-- ---MyseaI-- Janie - The kids - - Arlene - - - - -Math class - - Shel - - - - - -Basketball - - - Phil - - - - -Coach's smile - - - - Tom R. Janet ------ Carolyn Cheering - - - Joanne - - - - Study period - - Pat Z. - - - English ? - - - Hel-- Mr. L's talks - - AMBITION Good sec. - - Pay for car - - - Leave Moodus - - Marry money - - Get Married - - Get rich - - - Get Married - - To live ----- Visit Virginia - - - Trip to Mexico - - - - Secretary ---- Graduate - - - Be successful - - Farmer ---- Join service - - - - - Graduate icollegel Motorcyclist - - - Build cars ----- - See the world - - - - Pharmacist - - - Millionaire - - Scientist - - Service - - Secretary - - Marry Jack - - Get Married - - Go away - - - Graduate - - Marines - - - Graduate - - - Leave Moodus - - Good Job ---- Tel. Operator - - DOOMED TO Be a cat vet. Wreck it . . . Get lost . . . Marry a pauper lick stamps . . A millionaire Wash diapers Almost make it Stay in Moodus Get married. Marry 'Sammy' Get married. Write poetry Pick apples -Teach Ag - - - Get "hooked. " Live long - - - Wreck 'em all Die in Moodus Be a soda jerk Wreck his car Invent aspirins Move out - - - Choke on apples Have 13 kids Do so Enlist ---- - Be demoted - - Be a swabbie Be a dog warden Trap Bob ---- Be unemployed Be town gossip C HA RAC TERIS TIC S Most Popular - - - Best Dressed - - Most Reliable - - Most Bashful - - Most Original - - Tardiest ----- Class Dreamers - - Most Athletic - - Cutest ----- Class Arguers - - Best Disposition ---- Class Procrastinators - Class Bluffer ------ Wittiest -------- Biggest Heartbreakers Most Courteous ---- Best All-Round Seniors Most Musical ----- Noisiest -------- Most Likely to Succeed Most Dignified ---- Class Thespian - - Best Looking - - Most Friendly - - Most Quiet - - - Hardest Workers - - Most Respected - - Best Liked ---- Most Romantic - - Class Flirt -------- Most Accommodating - - - Best Sports ------ Most Nonchalant - - - Most Independent - - Most School Spirit - - - Most Natural ---- Most Sincere ---- Most Conscientious - - Deepest Blushers ---- Class Sentimentalists - Class Clowns ----- Class Worriers ---- Smartest ---- Class Tease - - Best Dancers - - Gigglers ------- Best Excuse Makers - - Laziest ------- Tallest - WHO'S WHO BOY - -Peckeroff - - - - - Rogers - - - - Klapper - - - - - Maly - - - - Mitchell - - Peckeroff - - - - - - Breslow - - - - - - Rogers - - - - Mitchell - - Klapper - - - - - Peckeroff - - - - - - Cummings --Piercey--- -- --Piercey-- -- - -Mitchell - - Rogers - - - -Mitchell - - -Peckeroff - - - - - --Piercey--- -- - - Klapper - - - - - -Klapper - - - - - - Peckeroff - - - - - - - Baroni - - - - Peckeroff - - - - - - -Jahelka - - - - - - - Klapper - - - - - Goodspeed - - Peckeroff - - - - - - Hum ---- - - - - Rozanski - - - Johnson, H. - Mitchell - - -Johnson, R. - - Hutra ---- - - - - Rogers - - - - Rogers - - - -Klapper - - - - - Klapper - - - - - Baroni - - - Provencher - Piercey--- -- --Fritz-U - - Klapper - - - - --Piercey--- -- - - Goodspeed - - Fritz - - - - Peckeroff - - - - - - -Baroni - - - - -Jahelka - - - - GIRL Roelants - Rarus - - - Brindley - Jahelka - - Armstrong Craig - - Hutra - - Schleis - - Rarus - - Etler - - - Canfield - Robida - - Etler - - - Latronica Reynolds - Rarus - - Rarus - - - Reynolds - Latronica Pross - - - Hutra - - Etler - - - Roelants - Canfield - -Jahelka - Brindley - Brindley - Rarus - - - Robida - - Ziobron - Ventres - Schleis - - Armstrong Hutra - - Canfield - Canfield - Rarus - - - Pross - - - Armstrong Schleis - - Latronica Jahelka - Pross - - - Pross - - Roelants - Ventres - Robida - - Ziobron - Craig - - if Cutest Most Accommodating Most Likely To Succeed Most ROITl8IlLiC C1355 Wofrier 12 'xi' i l C f 'w Class Procrastinators Class Dreamers Class Arguers Most Independent Class Tease N,-M' ' Ca 1 1 I 5 ,,.,.w" 'W A 63 f s 5 Q. 2... 5 5 'M f1--- 5 5 5 1 ,fe xfff' 1 f Q Tw W X Best Sport Most Polite Most School Spirit Most Bashful Biggest Heartbreaker if Q N fi is gs v V 7,1 . 5 Hardest Workers Class Clowns Tardiest Deepest Blushers Class Thcspians i YF is A 1' RNC ,N Class Athlete Best Looking Class Flirts 4' """" -,x QC Quietest Most Respected JUNIOR PROM N 'A A N Riff: KING: Eddie Bloch QUEEN: Shelley Roelants THEME: It's Almost Tomorrow ORCHESTRA: Al Jarvis KING AND QUEEN Kwai CLASS OF 1958 CLASS OFFICERS Student Council Members President -------------- EUGENE LIEBER SARA REYNOLDS Vice President - - - - - JEANETTE LINKO PATRICIA BLOCH Secretary - - - - AMORET VANDEUSEN EDWARD BLOCH Treasurer - - - ------- SUSANNAH MILLER ROBERT BLASCHIK First row, left to right: Virginia Zeleznicky, Karen Brodersen, Judith Maly, Edith Frankel, Eleanor Adler, Susannah Miller, Eugene Lieber, Jeanette Linko, Amoret VanDuesen, Laura Tooker, Cecelia Houra, Judith Bloch, Roberta Weinstein, Gall Harper, Roberta Peckeroff. Second row: Mr. Martinson, Janet Bogan, Freida George, Jean Houra, Joan Fritz, Laura Lee Berner, Ellen Miller, Barbara Ciepiel, Loretta Dombroskl, Mary Ann Shea, Eleanor Bielot, Patricia Bloch, Marilyn Lukle, Mrs. Nute. Third row: Lewis Menaker, David Goodspeed, Roscoe Davis, Lucille Dombroski, Ann Marie Kostoss, Nancy Bragdon, Joyce Ingman, Sara Reynolds, Shirley Britton, Steven Miller, Peter Wrigglesworth, Robert Peckeroff. Fourth row: Luther Henry, Edward Bloch, Robert Blaschik, LeRoy Bartman, William Moeller, Daniel Harris, Joseph Robida, Kenneth Ziobron, Richard Bower, Daniel Korcak. Not shown: Ricky Batchelder, Elliot Borent, Newton Clark, Robert Hopkins, Andrew Latronica CLASS OF 1959 CLASS OFFICERS Student Council Members President --------- '- - - AVERUM SPRECHER PATRICIA BUTOVA Vice President - - - ------ PAUL FORTIN JEAN CURTIN Secretary ---- - - DOROTHY ZELEZNICKY Treasurer ---------- - - - GAIL MCKUSICK First row, left to right: Elizabeth Bartman, Jean Curtin, Luellen Pelkey, Patricia Butova, Gail McKusick, Averum Sprecher, Paul Fortin, Dorothy Zeleznicky, Barbara Thomas, Rose Appleby Georgianna Maly, Judith Driesch, Christine Zeleznicky. Second row: Mr. Steiner, David Liska, Marion Richter, Rose Marie Provencher, Juanita Judson, Doris Fritz, Sara Clark, Ann Pross, Judith Tesar, Judith Hitriz, Muriel Lewis, Winston Thomas, Mrs. Cross. Third row: Kenneth Maynard, Donald Gates, Paul Bogel, Stanley Belz, Paul Daniels, David Brookman, Benjamin Vessa, Melvin Locke, David Etler, William Miner. Not shown: Theodore Cone, Patricia Gates, Harvey Thomas. CLASS OF 1960 CLASS OFFICERS Student Council Members President ----------- KENNETH POWCHAK CECELIA AMENT Vice President --------- BARBARA GRAHAM FELIX CZAJA Secretary - - - - - LORRAINE KOLODZIEI Treasurer - - ---- MARTHA BARBER WILLIAM WINAKOR First row: Linda Lewis, Susan Goldman, Diane Boorman, Dorothy Svec, Judith Gates, Barbara Graham, Kenneth Powchak, William Winakor, Martha Barber, Lorraine Kolodziej, Nancy Blake, Cecelia Ament, Lorraine Lukie, Patricia Claussen. Second row: Mr. White, Joseph Kostoss, Felix Czaja, Leland Morgan, Gail Johnson, Joyce Heil, Helen Ciepiel, Betty Io Mills, Warnille Smith, Peter Sipples, Roger Spiwak, Richard Mazur, Mrs. MacDermott. Third row: Theodore Robida, Robert Way, Robert Shumbo, Ronald Peckeroff, James Riley, Joseph Welshock, Peter Valenti, Frank Warfield, Richard Parker, Alan Hitriz, Enzo Maggi, Russell Henry. Not shown: Sandra Hopkins, Robert Conwell. 614622245521- STUDENT COUNCIL JOURNALISM SCIENCE BOATING CHESS AUDIO VISUAL 15, FORUM LIBRARY F.F.A. F.H.A DRIVERS EDUCATION DRAMATICS HKMZQZ4 ri SOCCER Front row: Bob Blaschik, Ken Ziobron, Hersh Breslow, Joe Robida. Middle row: Paul Bogel, Pete Sipples, Paul Fortin, Elliot Borent, Ave Sprecher, Robert Way. Back row: Newton Clark, Billy Miner, Ron Peckeroff, Dan Harris, Bill Moeller, Tom Rozanski, Craig Goodspeed, Phil Rogers, and Coach Tom Nevers. The 1956 Soccer Season was not as successful as it had been in the past. At times the team played over their heads but at other times the desire to win was lacking. Coach Tom Nevers was in the process of rebuilding a team after the loss of many good ball players. This year he loses four more Seniors, Hersh Breslow, Phil Rogers, Craig Goodspeed and Tom Rozanski. The class of 1957 wishes the best of luck to Coach Nevers and his future Hale-Ray teams. L. V 'xx L 3' ..- Q W Ig .- 5 SW Q, , 4' ,, I , Q J A Q-m,:f nf A , 'S in K ., 7 i xx .Wg ' 1Q,,,f,Q,,L fs ' QW ' lifvik ff. K, .. ., ,ax . we H Qgusujy- , g., 5 X ,fQ.., my X .MI-4' 1 nf S xv 115' '15 s K xy? ' w rw .ww- Q 11. Q., 3 .Lf-. .Ax if 1 WLM rye xv ? -1, dk XX ? if VARSITY BASKETBALL The Varsity Basketball Team had a fair season considering the boys Coach Nevers had to work with. Only one Senior was on the squad, therefore, three Freshmen had to sometimes carry the load of Varsity ball. Despite this lack of experience and lack of height, the Little Noises posted a record of '7 wins and 13 defeats. Coach Nevers does have hopes for the future now that his team has experience, ability, and especially "interest. " The team consists of: First row: Coach Tom Nevers, Bob Blaschik, Ave Sprecher, Ken Ziobron, Hersh Breslow, and Pete Sipples. Second row: Joe Robida, Joe Welshock, Pete Valenti, Dan Harris, and Manager, Bob Way. Q . Q a x Kpw-7, .113-, 44 LQ gi an sa 20? ur I ,, fi! lg 'K -Lam' 44'-4' C'-db JUNIOR VARSITY The Iunior Varsity team, under Coach Nute, had a very successful year. It was one of the best J. V. teams Hale-Ray has seen in a long time. The players showed fine ability and hold a bright future for Hale-Ray. The team consists of: First row: David Etler, Felix Czaja, Pete Wrigglesworth, Joe Robida, Pete Sipples. Second row: Manager, Bob Way: Teddy Robida, Allen Hitriz, David Brookman, Bill Miner and Coach John Nute. Third row: Paul Daniels, Pete Valenti and Joe Welshock. Bob Hopkins not present when picture was taken. " 2 X! 5 Q N to , XR A'-is I N 'e""'4 id P E if .P my .5-LE' K we in R l V N i H BASEBALL First row: Billy Miner, Ken Ziobron, Bob Blaschik, Pete Sipples, Ave Sprecher, and Coach Tom Nevers. Second row: Ted Robida, Pete Wrigglesworth, Elliot Borent, Joe Robida, Frank Warfield and Assistant Coach John Nute. Third row: Bob Hopkins, Paul Daniels, Pete Valenti, Ronny Peckeroff, Dan Harris, Ed Bloch, and manager, Dave Etler. is Ii HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL First row, left to right: Gail McKusick, Gail Johnson, Martha Barber, Lorraine Kolod- ziej, Sandra Hopkins, Cecilia Ament, Judy Gates, and Coach Eleanor Wiemann. Second row: Loretta Dombroski, Joan Latronica, Lucy Dombroski, Roberta Peckeroff, Barbara Graham, Ann Pross, Georgiana Maly, manager, Margo Etler. Third row: Shelley Roelants, Carolyn Schleis, Ann Marie Kostoss, Eleanor Bielot, Nancy Bragdon, Sarah Clark, Diane Brindley. nn. F JUNIOR HIGH SOFTBALL Front row, left to right: Peggy Etler, Carol Sipples, Patty Tesar, Judy Belz, Coach Wiemann. Second row: Margaret Day, Gail Pross, Heidi Daniels, Beverly Baroni, Linda Jahelka, manager, Margo Etler. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS As in the past, this year's Varsity Cheerleading squad conducted themselves with a spirit and dignity that has earned everyone's respect and admiration. In the finest Hale-Ray tradition, the Cheerleaders didn't base their enthusiasm and spirit on the number of games won or lost. It was when the going was rough and the breaks seemed to be going against the boys, that the Varsity girls from Hale-Ray did their best and made you feel glad that you were a member of Hale-Ray. The Varsity Squad: Captains: Carolyn Schleis, Pat Ziobron. Second row: Jeannette Linko, Patty Bloch. Third row: Ann Marie Kostoss, Laura Lee Bemer. Fourth row: Shelley Roelants, Eleanor Bielot. LL QLQiif5 - P. "9 Q. 1 X ,a-"", 'N'55w. J . k K -..k X- .gg it THE CAPTAINS THE SQUAD J. V. CHEERLEADERS Co-captains: Lorraine Kolodziej, Ann Pross. Second row: Sue Goldman, Lorraine Lukie. Third row: Mar-Jean Cashman, Barbara Graham SOCCER CHEERLEADERS A1 V X N , ,. K K M., R f.. f fx my ff' , " iii f' ,f- ,.-nf, .. 'MN x xxx N ,,. K- XN 1 -ml! ,iq ,L 5 V t Kr. XX! ' .,. Af' ...- MHFRW' L ' LLL. -j,,wj'f1fjQ - w ,6-- ,..y KK ,Q ,HL . 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Di 6-7757 80 Main St. Middletown Store Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday Night Till Nine VVFELJEEIJS FASHION SPECIALISTS SINCE 1900 Completely Air Conditioned for Your Shopping Cornfort Es sex NIIDDLETOW N Madison Compliments of Be Esta-Dressed in Esta Originals .TEWELERS Feminine Specialty Shop Middletown On the Corner of Main and Washington Nliddletown Complinments of he Sfofzemgob STORE East Haddam, Conn. Compliments of INA IDD! 1:51354 SPORT CENTER Middletown 3 51 Main St. THE SHERWIN- VWLLIAMS Co. 262 Main Street Middletown, Conn. u..+:1eNa:HS F URS The Only Complete Fur Service in Middlesex County for Over a Quarter of a Century. 181 Main St. Nliddletown, Conn. Di 6-1679 Tape Recorders Records - Hi Fi Phonos - TV Sound Systems ... at .. C-3. LJ. REED Middletown DI- 68 8 82 Compliments of ZL6 ' nd 5 Authorized .Ein CDINI Tl-!E Dealer ' Home of the Famous Bury Sausage ELECTRIC sHoP Hickory Logs, Smoked Sugar Complete Electric Sales and Cured Hams, and Bacon . Service Telephone TRiangle 3-8365 Moodus, Conn. "We Service What We Sell" MOODLJE5 TFIQHNI I' Sl-IGP JOHN KROMISH, IR., Prop. Moodus, Triangle 3-8970 "We Print to Please Best Wishes to the Compliments of Class of '57 vows S IAND Mails CORNER Haddam, connecticut Higganunm, Conn. Complirnents of 'ZZQOJZMZW East Hampton, Conn. Compliments of sn-:Lois-r'4:12'fs GARAGE Chrysler, Plymouth Dealers Colchester Lehigh 7-2311 Compliments of vvAn.n..'s ads? Fine Dairy Products East Hampton Andrew 7-2515 Compliments of CATCDI LII-IFSSTC?-41-Z REXALL DRUG STORE Compliments of 4145 SPECIALTY SHOP Colchester, Conn. Compliments of DOIN! 5l:f0xll2CIL..CD"I"l-I ED'S AUTO SALES Norwich Ave., Colchester, Conn. You Can Always Drive a Bargain at ED'S 1 I L11 'Hvv 14:1 l'11:'il 1. pit' ff?3"C ..J'f37lflfQff3 Compliments of PUEELO I-ICDLJSEE Best Wishes f m INAALJ S AND SCN F 1 Oil and Burn Compliments of EROQNELL COINAFDANNC INC. FOUNDID IN II44 ,- sg ig-'-K ,Ji gi f M MD Moodus, C nnecticut C mpliments of HOOD K SIVI I'I'l-I CONSTRUCTION Congratulations and B t of Luck t the C1 f 57 .JAC K AXE LJQCDED I I Compliments of VV E. NIC!-4CDl...5 R XX 7 Moodus, Connecticut TRia.ng1e 3-8566 ii Modus LU M3512 CICJAI.. CCD. if Moodus, Connecticut Sudden Service Satisfied Customers "Build It of Wood" Heat It With Coal Phone TR. 3 -863 5 Compliments of EAST I-IADIDANA UPHOLSTERY CO. Custom Upholstery East Haddam Compliments of Q MMSZMZ gfenimww C ong ratulations C ompliments to the Class of '57 of the Signs by BRITTON NATHAN-HALE INN East Haddam CATHOLIC YCDLJTI-I ORGANIZATION Best Wishes to the Class of '57 -f-.- -.'... From 5' sum NV rf ANDVE if Islqnrs Aielf MARKET East Haddam, Conn. ' Compliments of EAST HADDAM GARAGE, INC. EDGAR D. WILLIAMS ...I -A IL... Lgfgvnolsr pp,Il - lmjx ' Compliments of Mugs BARBER SHOP Your Appearance is Our Business "Yours for a Better Yearbook" Congratulations to the Senior Class 7Q ?gZ0g KM Compliments of OVLWZZQMZ RIVEREDGE Moodus , Connecticut Best Wishes to the Class of '57 fffaffif CLEANERS Moodus , Connecticut Compliments of IXAOCDDLJS DRUG' STORE R. T. MCMULLEN and .TOAN O'BRIEN Registered Pharmacists Main St. Moodus, Conn. Tel. Triangle 3-8257 Compliments of CZCDNSLJIVIEIQ TRADING POST Colchester , Connecticut Success in the Future to the Class of 1957 JCDLJTQIXIALI SN! CLUB Em "l JA IE Sa VI PWC E 5 0 VI B hn Jo to r so s e f 81.8 0 Ill' G TTIN NE ,aff iii 3 0 gi 0 0 0 . gg: O 0 , Q 9 V . s, ..:f.z. X" 6 o 0 00 Q X 'XXXXX X 9. 0000 0 oi .oo M o 0 0 Y 30032 .00 0 00 0 X 55 o 3 00 00 0000 . 0000 0 000 QQ :Wax pt ' om 10 55050 f 0000000 2 liv . 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MANSION Compliments of am wmv, EAST I-I AD DA INA Veaahezf' Zsoowzim Best Wishes to Class of 1957 hmmm I CDTDGF-' Moodus , Connecticut Best Wishes M Z to the IN!! I LK BAQ Class of 1957 Ocean Beach New London Connecticut I-IP-J.E RAY THOMAS AND LOIS FLANDERS C L..L.JB Compliments of Compliments Of THE THE BOAT! NG DOMESTIC CLUB DEV! 1.55 4- l-I CLLJE Westinghouse Appliances - Sales and Service Moodus, C nn. Tel. Tri. 3-87 5 Best Wishes Compliments of the to the Class of '57 , EAST CCDO KES so o HADDAM EN lCl:l2l-JFQISES LIETQAEY Comoliments of Best Wishes From Z 1 MAC IDEENIOTT 6 6 QQDQ SEQ? GENERAL INSURANCE Moodus, C UQQ Tel. TR 3 8081 Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 gjffzediefzz Ampeg, Compliments of Compliments of 522227, W Mm 5,6254 52 Moodus, Conn. HARRY IXXICIXITE MASON CONTRACTOR Swimming Pools Built Moodus, Conn. Triangle 3-8797 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1957 kd QQZKWQ Moodus , Connecticut Compliments of the EAST EADDANA L.l ETQATQY Compliments of fww PHOTOGRAPHER East Haddam, Connecticut E. E. EXT ERIVIINATING CO . Pest Control Service East Haddam, Conn. E. F. BOURGEOIS Tel. Moodus - TR. 3-8337 Compliments of the SIMON 51401 s-n-:Rs POULTRY FARM Compliments of Compliments of '-"1 Wa an! R30-W-Qf0afz4eQf Www sam Best Wishes F m DEAN'S I IES-61.1 ORD East Haddam Compliments of T21-4CDLDLJCTE':, IN C. DISPLAYS - WIRE GOODS C t brook, C nn. Compliments of C mpliments of YCDLJN6 FDLLCJL 'L.L4 CJ ?:EL..I..CDVVSl-IIT? Z 7 f ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH E tHddm ,,,, , K . gg ,,,jf.. , vw. X .. 4 J. , x 'V P. r , 1 .ff .f X X. if ,g 'ge , 1: ,, 4 , rf QQ, ' .fu xg .V . .- 1.5, V, +145 S . 1 fi, ,Q . . .a- , ,V f 1 Y, - Q K - gg Pr' I K A F K, ,aff-1 Q, A J: . f 5- -. 3.11 f , ,. ' fir, J' K ' V ,gf . g x- , . ' y . V , I x ,. NV, V L . . Y, W, I., . 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