Naugatuck High School - Greyhound Yearbook (Naugatuck, CT)
- Class of 1954
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NAUGATUCK HIGH SCHOOL
MR ,IUIIN HOXVARD XVHlT'l'lZlNlORl
llut lull' so wcl beloved .1 mlm is hc
Nc was thcr ncvcrc in fourt, of his dcgrcc
HQ was so gcntil of condicioum
'l4h.1l throughout .ll the world was his renown
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Martha Lundin Marcin Mertelmeyer
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Tl lll GRIZYIIOUND
Tl Ili PROLOCEUIZ
Aa we eloxe thix high sihool chapter in our hook ol
life .md prelmre to turn the page to .1 new .mil ilil'l'1.i'eiil
period. let us pause as our thoughts rex ert to that reieiitly
completed and colorful ilmpteix Our ye.1ix .it Naugy High
have been among the liiippiut in our lives. 'Ihey will not
soon be forgotten. The liriendsliips .ind lop we h.1x'e 5l1.iiul
will loom high Among our lionilest memories. May The
Greyhound help to preserve them,
Wetl1c'Cl.1ss ol' 193-i look lvOI'W.lI'Ll to the lulure with .ill
the fonfidence ol' youth, l"e.ii'lessly .mil eagerly we turn
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MRS. MARY G. PENROSE
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MR. RAYMOND K. FOLEY
To 'lille Cmss or 195-iz
lt .iffords me sincere pleasure .md profound s.1tisf.1ction, to extend
to e.ic'h member of your class the congr.1tul.1tions of our entire faculty.
Erich teacher joins with me in the wish that the future will provide happi-
ness, success .md good fortune for every graduate of 193-i.
Your four brief years, .is students in NLlLlgLlfL1L'k High School, have
p.issed xery quickly. You .ire now prepared to continue your lives in the
l-:ind of America you want-.1 country that is free, peaceful .ind prosperous
---the kind of America which your fore-fathers built .ind handed clown
to you. This building was not done by men of little lltitli. but r.lther by
men of courage who had confidence in themselves.
lt now depends on youvand other young Americxinsr to h.ue the
courage .ind strength to keep your world its you want it to he. Do not
be .ifraid of the future. Have faith-be optimistic- .ind remember th.it
no one h.is yet profited by selling America short.
Your opportunities for self-expression .incl le.idership .ire limitless.
l .lm c'eit.un that .ill of your aspirations c.1n be re.ilizc-cl .ind that .tll ol
your LlI'C.ll1'l'a Lllll come into existence.
I .im grateful to each grgicluate for cooperiition throughout your high
school yc-.irs. May God bless you. forever.
RAYix1oNti K. l:Ol.IfY.
TH E GREYHOUND
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MR. HAROLD E. CHITTENDEN
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CLASS OF 1954
lt is always .1 pleasure and a privilege to extend felicitations to the
graduates through the medium of the annual class book. Our High School
here in Naugatuck has a splendid record of thirty years of successive books
of which we may well be proud. Throughout this period of the scho0l's
history these have served as a source of information concerning the gradu-
ating classes as well as a life long record and history to each and every
graduate. As I write what is probably my last message for these books
it is with the hope that this tradition may be continued as one of the
many outstanding achievements of the Naugatuck High School.
And now to the members of the Class of 195-fi may I express my
sincere congratulations for all that you have accomplished thus far and my
best wishes for whatever may be before you in this new age.
It has been a pleasure to work with you since your kindergarten
days and I am certain that I can speak for all concerned with education
in this Borough when I express the wish that the future may be bright
for you and that success may crown your efforts. I shall watch your
progress with the same degree of interest I have had for your predecessors,
and now au revoir but not good-bye.
H. E, CHITTIENDEN
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Tllli NAUGATUCK HIGH SCHOOL IVACULTY
Mit. RM'rnoNn K. lfolaay, Pl'Illl'IfI1!I
Miss lflorenee I-. Antlerson
Mrs, Nellie S. Beatty ....,......
Mrs. Kay V. Bergin .......,.
Miss Mary S. Burke .....
Mr. Thomas j. Byrnes ......
Miss Matleleine li, Caine
Mrs. Mary D. Casey .......,., .
Mr. Henry S. Cieslewski ....
Ann G. Cretella .......
7l'Miss Colette M. Daly ....
Mr. jesse lx Davis ...............
Mrs. Lucille P. Davis ..,.....
t'fMrs. Frances M. Dickerman
"'Mrs. lllma N. liames ,....
mMiss Mary ll. Emerson .....
Mrs. Margaret M. lfulton
'l'Mrs. Emily C. Gibbs ..,.....
Mr. George F. Goodwin .,..,.
HkMiss Louis Grainger ......,.,
Mr. Davitl Habel ...,.,..,.,
Mrs. lfthel M, Honan .,.,..
Mr. Franklin E. johnson .....
't'Mr. john lxane . ..,.......,..... ..
Mrs. Elizabeth CI. King ..,.,..
WML Alexander j. Krayeske .
Mr. Raymond A. Legenza ..
Mr. litlwartl j. Mariano ,.,.. .
Mrs. jeanette W. Matzkin
Mr. ljtlwin C. Miller ......... .
XMiss Dorothy M. Moss ....
Miss Della H. Nyberg ....
Mr. Herbert G Phelan ..
Mrs. Mary G. Penrose ......
Mr. joseph Ruggerio
Mr. Leon Sarin ..............
Miss Virginia A. Smith ....
Mr. Robert G Stahl ..........
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Geomefrjg Algebra II.
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MRS, HONAN MR. JOHNSON
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MR. MILTON BIZRKOXVITZ
Septeinber 8, 1949 june 19, 1953
T K4 Wlieii Naugatuck High staged its first annual Talent Revue in
1950 it was due to the efforts of Mr. Berkowitz, nur band and
nrehestra direetnr. He and his trumpct were always to be found,
leading the band at every fnotball game. Though we miss his
musital talent, we wish him success in the future.
MR. THOMAS DICQKSON
l:ehru.u'y 9, 1955 june 19, 1953
As our Industrial Arts instructor, Mr. Dickson was always
willing tu help in nur activities and especially in printing tickets
for nur mQ,'i'iad sutial affairs. Though his tenure at Naugatuclc
High Sthnnl was brief, we remember his gentlcmanly, responsive
MISS lil.lZANOR M. VUI2l.l.ES
' September 6, 1922 -Iune 19, 1955
Qs ln September 1953. we regretfully learned that Miss We-Iles
lb. had retired. During thirty years nf teaching Latin, she revealed
W rn: only a thorough knuwledge uf her suhject but that wisdom and
kindness which made her far superiur to the ordinary teacher. Har
fiiendliness and ready smile endeared her tn thus: who stinlied
under her. May she have happiness ad infinitum in the years tn
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Cflasfmates, as we proceed to assume a new task, the task of leading our glorious
country out of these tumultuous, worldly troubles which beset it. the path will be no
super-highway. As we struggle along, Communism will be nipping at our heels, ever
trying to veer our course. Eternal vigilance must be ours in dealing with these mur-
derous men who do not even believe in God!
Iiducation today has reached the highest standard in history. In as much as highly
qualified men and women instruct us, we study the texts of the expert minds among
our professional people. Every method is approached to broaden our outlook on life.
All of these objectives are aimed at a thing called success, which should be our success.
Today's educators realize the horrendous danger in the world today and sincerely urge
us to choose a vocation not lightly but after due deliberation if we would succeed at it.
They are wary of the fact that floundering, cliscontented people are vulnerable to cor-
ruption and tyranny.
Now some of us may aski "Wli.it is success?" Success is a very intangible thing. lt
is defined as the gaining of wealth and positiong good fortune, favorable resultsg
wished for ending. Take your choice. I personally prefer the last because it includes
the personal element of striving for a goal.
Many of us will never achieve OLII' childhood dreams but success may be reached
in many other ways. How about the feeling of personal satisfaction when we cast our
first vote? Many of our boys will step from N. H, S. into the uniform of Uncle Sam's
armed services. How about the personal pride that will be ours, knowing that we stand
ready to protect our family, our town of Naugatuck and our country if the need should
I am convinced that in our first seventeen years, the need for Gods guidance has
been manifest to all of us. Witliotit Gods help you and I are nothing. The need for
reassuring sceptics of our dependance on the Almighty has been recognized by our
president who recently initiated a "Back-to-God movement."
As the pendulum of fortune starts to swing toward us, the leaders of tomorrow,
we must gircl ourselves for the battle. The heritage and traditions of the grandest
country in the world will be ours but so will the gigantic responsibilities. We cannot
realize the adjustment that faces us but the feat must and will be accomplished.
May God bless each of us. May we find ac'c'omplishment. contentment and gratifi-
cation in the course of our adult lives.
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INIARTHA LUNDIN MARCIA MERTELMEYER
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THE GREYH OUND
KAREN CARLSON JEAN SABIO
Srzriuf Commillcc ,ffl Cffmzzzlillu
.IACQUELINE ARDRY FRANCIS MORROVV
Quolulioru Committee ff WHL 'Y M111-I.Uff'
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THE GREYH OUND
ROGER BRENNAN JUDY FOLEY
119' 0"df0'f Adzwlifmg - Clam Pm!
Ad 1,'6'7'liJilI g Manager
GENEVIEVE MARCISZ SHIRLEY GABRIELSKI
THOMAS BEHRMAN KATHRYN KISSANF
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LIANUEL AIHIVEIRA CHRISTOPHER SHEEDY
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THE CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF AND THEIR ASSISTANTS
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THE ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
THE ADVERTISING COMMITTEE
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ROGER ANDIEIISIEN THIE RA-IAH
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Ntllb Club I-:mth Club '
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IT IS IXCITI I I'N'l' 'IO IIAYI' :X Gl.XlN'I' S i'I'RIfNG '
Witli his puissmt inrtstulinc physiqu., Ruger walks in .I wnrltl ,
.ill his own. Hc takes lifc Lx.rLtly .rs it mrncs. without .my undu-
exertion, without any unduc excitement,
ROGER W. ANDERSON HOPPY
flrliriliii Cummllltt '52-'54 JIU-Sl.1!t Cbrnnr '54
A C.l1ull.1 Clmir '51-'54 flmlm-l"1r1r.1l Aide Cliff:
Golden Luft 01-I'fwlnymffliir Ifdllm. Ylu Girm-ibulrlld
iNv.IllfHI.l! llr,-nur Snriclbi
Glllli NII1 ,X Ill I I3 'IU PIIUYI7 MY I'lI'IiII
Rugcr's tliligcnt .mtl iulruit work h.1s hclpul tu nulcc thu class of
'54 unc of thc tops. As plnwtngi'.rpI1it Ltlrtm' fur Thg Grcylmuiml
.intl gin imlustriuus .lttixitigs rnunhnr. hc h.rs tlispl.r-,ul his lmalty,
MURIIQI. ALICE ANDERSON XWINKY
xl f,.l11tH.I Chun 51- 54
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HPR XYUIYS ARI: XY .-NYS OI- I'I I ,KSAN'I'NIfSS
Hurt' is .1 quiet .intl rntxtcnt miss, hut one whose ht.rrt hrims V
with tlclightlul ways.
XVAl.TIfR ANDRIZXW SCOTTIII
Ilnfllfxj Gu1,qr.rlrfri Cliff:
Btllu' I3llljllt'1i.f Club
A C.rfu1f.1 Clwir '51-'5-J
THF Ill-'ST OI' ISI ISSINCI. ,X CON'Il Nfl I IJ MIND
Scott-y's face rcflccts his uwntcntrmrit. NXfitlmut .i trmxri nr .r
sign of worry hu pursues his tranquil way. Oh, hu! Altcr st-ming
those cnlnrful pnstcrs. du wc nlctcct .1 vmrltl artist in nur midst?
Plus ljlfff-Q flllt'
AV.llfl1ll.lf Hmmr Sorielj
GOOD AS GUI U ,NND Tlilii .KS S'l'l'l'I.
hvuzztl .is qtmtittioizs chnirnmn!
JACQUELINE CAROL ARDRY JAcQKi12
Fulure llrzfllenmhff of flliltficll. I,iL'1'Pl'LljLlL ul '53 jznznm-rfei
Qlmmlimu Cbaljfllldll. The Giejbrzzuzd lfr-ulfb Club
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Tri-Hi-Y. Vive-Prefideul '53 A C.1jrcll.1 f:1,7I1l7 '51-'54
fklitml spirit is j.tekie's niuttu! An .irdent sports f.in tlirmiglmtit
high selnml, she zidded it inteworthy euntrihutitm tu Thq Grey-
DONALD DERALD BAKER DONNIF
Presque Isle High Selimvl
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HF HAS I-Al'I'll AND HOPI' Al'l.l7N'lY
Here-'s tn the l.iel with .1 great sense of humur. He heli.xes in
"iL.lVil'Ig them laughing."
WI LLIAM BARANAUSKAS
Womifrsi Ni-vi-it ismuin Mi
lt's ii man's world, says he, .mtl sticks hy his hiidths.
ROliI2R'1' BARKFR BOB
llirtory Formal Baller Bufifzeir Club
li"m-ld G'mgr.rpbV1 Club
I I.IVl-I IN MY OWN XYZURLD
He gave his hest, eurrying favours from no une, ptmdering to
none. liwh .md the enigmatic sphinx had much in common.
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No heart interest fur Bill. He l-.ives the wumeii s ii..l .thine
jOANNE MARY ISIEHLMAN
Iivllw' Husiwin C1116 Frwzfb Club
Flllllfc' Iinzmwmrfliri uf rlfmnira Ililfllfjl lim-um
fllllilll' Brn1ihrj'i11g AIILHLI ll"w'1d G'u1gr.1j1fvA1 Club
lfNI7I'R.'XNClA, l-0Rl'SlGll'I', S'l'Rl'NG'I'H AND SKIII.
.lo was om- ot thc most active of our S mor gils rn srliool ln
extra-curriv.ular mlm was an inrlcfatigablc worker for tlic Grangc,
wlicrc appreciation ot her utforts ram high.
'l'llUlXIAS PAUL l5lfHR1NlAN T051
CH- dilrfr. 'l'fu Cu-nfwlnm' liauibilll '51-'52
Cfaii 'l'rLin11mr '51-'S-i Miclb Club
Guldwl Lulu ixvllllllclk' limit' Stale '55
Laliu Club, l'irr-Pfiififi 111 'Si .-I C.1fuH.1 Choir '51-'53
Nalin 11.11 Ilumn- Smit li
A CAl.I. 'ro li.-K'l'Il I ,-mlm 'rmf liAT'l'l.li DONE
For four years Tom has workul unrcmittingly as class trrasurcr.
This year lic assumul thc tnlonsal task of Co-editor of The Grey-
hound, NVQ salute hun tor lm work lwrilliantly auomplisliul.
BARBARA ANN BIENZ
t,.u-Qr.1fffv-. Cum 4 1 . fir L JI
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Ccnttr, Br-anon Falla
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lfulun l1f11m1u.riu:r of Afmrim
Armrdi liudfflnllfzff '52 '
Wim in R s'1.-x'il'ursr:i'1'ms
"A tall and prrtti ilixlf' rlcsrrilws our liarlw, Not onli' is slu
lwluaul with looks, lwnt also with an appgaling pcmwnality.'
CORINA Dlil. CARMIZN BIZRGANZA
Tlic AII1L'l'lK.IIl School, Guatcmala City
lirllu' Bllvfllrtj Club
l NFVFR SAXX' SUCH lil ITHIZNIESS
Corina tame to us early in licr senior year from Guatemala.
Wliart animation and mcrrilncnt arc in licr rlark cycs.
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ROBERT DONALD l5lfRGlN BOB
Aurieuf Hixlorj Club Millb Club
F:-curb Club Laliu Club. Pwridwil '54
Golrltu Lum' N.1lfmm,l llourn' Sflfiffj
IDEVOIIT YET CllEERl'Ul.1 ACTIVI' YET RESIGNIZD
L-vcr tlcpsmlailvlc with rcvei' an unprcparctl assignmcntl
llis fricmls, howcwcr, report that hc has a rgal st-ns: ol humor.
HE MIXT I.AUGll'I'liR W'l'l'll THE SERIOUS
No mattci' how serious thc situation, .Iimmy always has a
fricmlly grin to mcct it with. His pals are manyg his pals are loyal
lffslfpil -IOHN l5lEl.ANC75 l5ANANAS
ooklyn Al'.Cl1l1lC.1l High Sthool
Belaubilll '52-'53 IJVUIIIIJ Club
fld1'u'lini11g ClllI1NllllLfL', Tbv G'f'e'3lmlfud Illizib Club
G0 ldv u Lum'
How l.ooKs THF WORLD 'mis MORNING?
Posscssctl with intclligcncc aml indapcndcncc is joz. Ha argues
zmccasiiigly for whatcvcr hc bclicvcs is right.
RICHARD BONCAI. BONC
liullw' Iiuxim Ill' Club lliimr-1 FIIVIHII
llnorld Gwgrtzpby Club
NOT THAT l DISLIKIE STUDY HUT l LIKE FUN BETTER
Anyone can tell at a glanct- that Rich is happy-go-lucky. This
hoy is always ready for a good time-and study! Wliy that's some-
thing you tlo if thcrc's nothing else left.
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XX'll.l.lAM l.. BOYD DEET
Bcllcr' liuiimii Club Iulu'-rltzrr Bmkilbirll '52-'54
llnm-ld Cicflff'-'l'lU Club Acliiiliw Commillee '52
WH.-xT's 'rms iii's'i'i.iz, imsrr AND Hi'Riu'?
Iii' iixi' Mis, I Nizviak vc'oRRY
liill .iiiil his hluc ulllpl' arc- practically inseparable. Ancl for
imitations, in his sparc timc, hc has no cqual. For particulars con-
sult Donalcl Duck,
ft , -Qui'
Q ' 12'
PATRICIA INIAE BRADSHAW PAT
FYLIHAIJ Club Nucl: Elirliou '53
Mull? Club Guard of Honor '55
fl Cidfftlltl Clmiv' '51-'54 All-Shila Cbarlu '54
!Ill1i0Yt'Ilt.l Ivcllilllltll Hrnmr Sucivlj
SVCH AN AIR THIS MAIDFN IIAS AND SI'CII .I PRIYTTY FACE
This attractive, aspiring blonde-liairccl maiclcn has colorccl Our
class with her gay, lilting laughter. Sha won a highly esteemed
place in the National Honor Society, too!
LORRAINIZ ANN IIRAIIN LOLLY
flnlirnxlft v Baikulbirll '51
IIIUIJAVII l7.111ru Club French Club
G.-XRl..'XNDliD AND GAILY DRFSSFD
Hcrc-'s .i girl who hrightcnccl all of our classes, cvcn on thc most
rainy tlays. VUL like l.ori'.iinc and hc-r iocund ways.
ROGER ALLEN ,IUSEPH ISRIENNAN HOSCO
funlbslu '52-'54 fllvfb Eleclian '53
Gnfdeu Lane Iazlcv'-c1.1,ri Bmiiclbilll '52-'53
Lrrifz Club Uuiftd Naliofu Coulvfl '52
fldi'erli,fiug Committee. The GifLjZ70l1IId
NOT T0 SORROVC' no I TUNE MY now
Dark-hairccl and mischievous, Rog of thc Irish blur eyes is a
lcaclcr in mcrrimcnt. Add his flair for original skits and you
have an unbeatable combination!
Pagi' linrlj Fin'
GLENDA CAROL BURTNETT
All Stale Cbofm '54 Frenrb Club
Talent Rerue '51-'53 A Capella Cboir '51-'54
PLEASING MANNIERS AND A PLFASING GIRL
Glenda has personality and a clear, vihrant alto voice, which
has made musical history for our class.
ELLEN MAY BUTXVILL EL
llellw' Bll,fiIIL',l.f Club Hiriofy Forum
llnorld G'wgr.1jvla3' Club lfulurc Ilomcmakefr of Amerim
junior liunihfepiug Auwrd Badminton '52
A SILENT, suv, Pimclz-1.oviNG GIRL
Reserved and reticent, Ellen speaks when the opportune mo-
ment comes. She is worthwhile listening to as well.
up ' J KAREN BERGSTEDT CARLSON KACY
"-5 at Salem
J Claewleuder, Capluifz '54 Soviul Editor, The Greyhound
Y Golden Lune Guard of Honor '53
0 6, Avtiritiei Committee '54 Tri-Hi-Y
9 Q' Modem Duufe Club, Preaidcfll '54 Iirezzrb Club
1' Q, 0
THOSE EYES, THOSE EYES, HONXI lfUI.1. Ol: HEAVEN THEY ARE
Such spirit flashes from the deep blue eyes of Kacy, the peppy
captain of our cheerleaders. She is winsome and petite, with
ROBERT CARUN BOB
Better Bll.fllIl'5.F Club Hiilvfy FOVWH
llnorld Geography Club
WHO INVENTED THIS THING CALLED STUDY?
liolis deep seated dislike is study. He's a happy-go-lucky
fellow, always prepared for a hearty laugh.
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WII.I.IAhI CAUl.l:IIfl.D DODGIZR
Ffcllfb Club flllltrliiillg Crzmmlllct, The G7'L-Jljfllllld
lliilm-I' Fm'um llIdll.lH'llll Arn Club
I I-IAVIE MYSIEI.li AND THIS DRIVIE Oli MY Wll.l.
liill will ncwr lct you down. As il mcmhcr of thc .ulvcrtising
Cummitt.c, lm workcil inilcfiltigalhly. In fact, in all of his under-
takings hu was scmpcr fidelis.
IANE GLEN CHRISTIE
A C.Ijnll.1 Cboir '52-'54
-IOAN MARY CCJWAN RISD
lidlu' liuiimii Club Ifnlmt' IIn1mn1.1lti.i nf Amwiim
So TINY SIII7' 'A PIXY S'l'll.XYIilJ FRUINI THIS YNIISTY Slfl
Small in size hut big in llC.ll'lTllIiltlS littlz juan. WlIci'c sh:
cnntrivcs to cullut so much uncrgy is still il mystery tu us!
Page Farly Scrwz
juunn Kill Cmii' Cllllllfll
I NIl'S'l' l.Xl'I1H XYHIN I AM MFRRY
Witli her quick smile iintl gay
Buhhling with vivacity is jam.
lxintcring, she has been ii real class asset.
IUAVIIU CIIUNIN DAVIS
Sllllllllllllllf '51-'54 .Aludm l'1iu.1l xlnli. VIII Pri uidml
Ql'lCK T0 ACI lil"I' Ql'lCKl'R TO Rl PlfN'I'
D.Ix'L' is the l.ILl who spurs our swimming tc-.Im to xigtnry,
Howcxcr, his mitlillc name is' misqhitl. funn wlmh lic I9 ncvw
Kidz 4 rliiiug Clllllllllllc 4.
Vuilwl Nulfrxm Conte.
IN EACH STROKE 'TIS SUCCESS
Born to succeed-fscholastically and socially is Ang. A worth
while girl with worthwhile objectives.
LINDA LEE EKLUND LYNN
Hiffory Forum, Secretary '53 Burbeiball '51-'53
ll"0rld Geogmfrby Club, lfice-Preriderll '52
Future Homenzakerr of
Arlizilitr Cbuirnmrl. Tbe Greyhound
ADORNISD WITH EVERY GRACEFUL ART
Right from the start Linda has taken an active part in school
affairs. In charge of
KEVIN JOHN DALY RUCK
Galdul Lum' Cl.m l'rtiultul '5l4'53-'5-1
Freurb Club Football '53-'54
Clan Vice-Preridezzl '52 Barbeibull '53-'54
Vanity Club '54 Barebull '53-'54
HE HELD ON THROUGH BLAME AND I-'AI.TIiRIZD NOT AT PRAISE
Here stands the pillar of our class-our Presid.nt! Witli his
terrific personality, Kev has been a class officer for four years
and has been stupendous! As a thre: letter man, in football,
baseball, and basketball where he was captain, Kev displayed his
DE CARLO ANG
Tbv CvlI'6'.Il71IlHld Freurb Club
il '52 Bdd,lIllI1I0l1 '51-'52
Naliwml Honor Society
EARL DOUTY, JR. HOVVDY
Bt-mr Bll,fll16.l.l Club llnwld Gtugruffbg Club
I VVOIILIE I,lVl? THIZ SAME I,II'lf Il' l HAD TO LIVE AGAIN
just spend an evening with Earl and laughter never ceases.
Life pleases him just as it is, without any alterations.
Belief Burinen Club
Amerim junior Bnobbeeltzing Auwzl'
activities, she started the ball rolling for ' --44'
Puge Forty Eigbl
BRUCE T. ERICKSON
Slfilllflllllg '53-'54 Cu-Plinlrzliguljrlfii' Ezlilnr. Tb. Gnjbolnlzf
limd '51-'53 Uf':'bL.llI'LI '51-'53
A Cdlflfllcl Cboir '54 Mulb Club
N.1l1au.1l llfnmr Surliz-1
HI? VVAS A SHINING LIGHT
XVitI1 his intellectual .ind swimming abilities. Bruc. st.mds
man' thu top of our class. His unceasing work in all fields, has
p.iid off in weighty dividends.
IXTIIIS IIIICHAEI. FARRAR ECU
flzlluliiilfg Crlmmltlti Cb.1inu.m. 'I lu Clmibunml l3.1vkclb.1ll '52
l'rmlb.rll '51-'5-I flfllllllii CIll1Ill1lll4'L '51
Binabizll '52-'54 Guldul Lim
TI-IIZRITS MISCHIFI- IN THIS MAN
Witli mcrriment and liiughtcr. Lim greets e.1cli d.iy. His smile
is .1 camouflage for the miseliiet .md lun lurking within. Seri-
ously, hc lad the Advertising Committee tommundalvly.
M. EILEEN FITZGERALD EII.
Lillill Club l'llllLd lx'.HffHl,l' Cuuful Iluimiw' '53
lfrulrb Club. Plllhffillll C,7illl'l1IilIl '54 ,ll01l'1"1f11'
.X'.llillll.II llaflm' Sfzuiilj
A SPIRIT or COIYRAGIZ AND Slfl.I- Possifsslom
I-'AR BEYOND HFR YITARS
This demuisclle has reached maturity fiir .ahead of must of th.
el.iss. She is winsome with ii real sense of integrity. A girl who
never fails to rulcli the highest guul is Eileen.
IUDITH RAE ITOLEY JUDY
L,r1rr4l Girls' 51.1141 '53
Arlii-izifr Commune '5l"5i
fId'1'erli,fir1g Cnmmillei. Tbf. Gitgilmfnld A Cdfulla Clmir' '51-'54
IT.1,ihlb.1ll '51-'54. Co-Cizfrmifl '53 Gnldul Lam
jfnzifmmx. Snvial Clizllflllilll '53, Prfildi 111 '54 D. A. R. Auurd
M.rlb Club. Scrrelmqm' '53, P!'0lQ7'.HIl Cb.m'm.n1 '54
ixzllffllllll Honor Sflfiff-I
SHI? IS I-'AI'I'HIflILQ SIII' IS CONSTANT1 SIII' IS VAI.OROl'S
P.'rsunifying uc-rytliing that nukes .1 well ruunded girl, Judy
is lmuil. .Imhitimis .ind dep.nd.ilwle. She is our ilmicc for the
R typical American lass.
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'wqf' THE GREYHOUND
l.OlS ZELLIA FOX LO
l,lil,il'elbi1ll '55 Trl-Hi-Y
Guldfu Lum' jlllljflllflferl
A C.1pellu Choir '51-'54 l:f'U1t'lJ Club. l"u'4-Pfclldwll '5-1
l'.IlL'l1l RUVHL '51-'53
I BRllATHl7D A SONG INTO Tllli :UK
Hei'e's .1 miss who helieves th.1t sleep is izixiuies clrel.-t
physician. Rarely did she arrive at N.H.S. lmfore 8:19 A M
Ilut she was allways ready for matters imisicul-always in time
with the Senior Sextetl
Sli IRLEY KATHRINE lfUl.l.l?R
Ffa wb Club
A C.lf1L'll.l Clwir' '51-'53
Tri-Ili-Y Gffldwi Lune
IT WAS SUMMI-R XVHIEN Sl-Ili sMil.ED
XVhen Shirl smiles there is it glow of her w.1rm personality.
Our pert lihiariun possesses an individualistic air and ri manner
which spells for future success.
DOROTHY FRANCES GAl5lANEl.l.l DOT
Golden Lime Tuleut Ruue '51-'53
A Cuprllu Clmir '51-'54 fl'lfldL'f'Il Dil1l1'U Club
1l1'L'llL'b Club. Pupridwzl 'il !lHliUl'8lll4l
AT FIRST sur LOOKS TINY, DIEMIIRE AND SIIY
Dot looks so small and delicate, hut can she handle .1 lmihjv
griiml! Our musicalvmincled miss has lent her talents Livishlx
tw N. H. S.
SIIIRLIZY ANN GABRIELSKI SHIRI.
Glwmff Glcum '51-'52
A Capella Cboir '51-'54
F1'L'lIt'X7 Club junior and Senior Bookkeeping Award:
Nuzimml llouor Smtiely
Iiefler l5u.ii1lc.i',f Club
You HAVIZ DONE HoNo1'R TO EVERY VIRTUF
Coupled with her attractive uppeiirzlnce and niituixllly curly
locks, she is an industrious worker. Shirley has meticulously
won her place in the Honor Society.
AIOIEL GAGNON. -Ill. IIOE
Community High School, Fort Kent, Maine
Dubizlv Club Golden Lam
Dftlylli FORTUNE NEVER FEAZED HIM
joel came to us in his senior year, but this delay didn't bother
him. His easy going manner made for him numerous friends
and very quickly,
DONALD GAVIN HOIT
Btmr I3u,niz1e,f.r Club ll"r1rld Gkognzpby Club
GLEE GIVES Mi? NOW AND THIEN A VUALLOP
NVe never envied the keeper of this man's attendance. However,
with his keen intellect he solved more than one riddle-Remember
Futrelle's "Master Mindn?
IRENE ANN GESEK RENIE
Heller Bll.tlIlL',f.l Club junior Bookkeeping Auwrd
lllrmry Fllflllll Fulure Homemaberi of Auzerim
llnllfllj Glfogmpb-1 Club I
A SOUND 'JUDGMENT AVOIDS ALL EXTREMES
A well poised lass is Irene. Temperateness in all things is her
watclmword. Wit ofttimes spiced her conversation.
STANLEY CHARLES GESSECK GESS
Sll'llllllllIl,2 '51-'5-I Iicltcf Bu.riue.r.r Club
Ffmlbull '54 Hinory Club
A Cupelltz Cboir '51-'53
Hifs ONE GRAND Gl'Y, A GOOD SPORT T00
An expert in the water, Stan has aided Naugy in numerous
swimming events. An all-round good sport, he has proved himself
X a valuable addition to our flass.
Puge Fifty One
-JAMES IYDWARD GIBBONS JIM
Fombnll '52 Ilixtury Forum
Sujfllllljflf '53-'54 Ffvflffi C1115
Ifzlut-C,'I.1,s.s' liilxfbulball '51-'52 Hi-Y
Liifif IS T0 HIM A SPORT
Cafefrce jimmy is a relaxing influcnce in a clans not noted for
'ts tranq ,il moments. We found his mild temperament a pleasant
i terlude on more occasions than one.
Sl'lllll.EY ANN GOGGlN Sl'l'Rl,
Prospect Str et
G'n.1r'd of llnzmr '53 Arlililita Commfilet '51
Reiter Bniim if Club A Cfzpullu Clwir '53
IlHliIH'L'llLzt ll"f11'lrf Geography C1110
Tri-Hi-Y. Pnlidulf '52 Gc11'1lcl Glcirm '53
TALL AND SVlZl.'I'lE
ln the Honor Guard, Shirl made a pretty picture. l.: manner
and hearing, She is outstanding among our ultra-attractive maidens.
INIARY JANE GRABOXVSKI INIARY
S Prospect Street
lltllu' Iiniiutir C1110 1311112 lbiifl '52
ll 'fn-Id Cluzgnzpby Club liutmc 11f17NLllI.lfL'1',l of A71lK!'ft'4J
SHE? HAS SUCH COAXING PRETTY WAYS
MURIEL LOUISE GREENE MUR
Fftllfll Club Uflilad Ntzfi01:.r Cnflluf '52
L.Iffl! Club G'eog1'11jrl7-3 C0lIfL'1'l'IIli9 '52
Mm-1? Elvrlimz '53 Golden Lam
SOBER, S'l'l'ADl-AST, AND DITMURE
Oblivious to all She gow her unruffled way. No rash excite-
ment has evzr been ahlc to affect this maid'S equanimity.
Page Fifty Y uv
Mary of the winning Smile. Small wonder that her friends are
XT' THE GREYHOUND
xp mais soNYA G1uEs1aACH
Grllullll LJIIL' Frenffj Club
slr! Club. Pr-uvidwzl '54 juniorettex
nl Cnfwlltr Cboir' '51-'52 Tfi-Hi-Y
LISTEN TO MY GOLDEN DREAMS
just listen to Lee and you'll dream right along with her. She
paints her dreams in such picturesque colors. Effervescent and
aniiimted, Lee personifies unadulterated joy.
CAROL LORRAINE GUSTAFSON
Golden Lane Gurnct Gltunz Cwmilw-Pmflry Auurd
A Capella Cboir '51-'54 lllorb I'fl44'lir1n '53
, Frenfb Club
4 4! THE BEST AND THE XWORTHIFST THAT HAVE BEEN
A steadfast student and a loyal friend Carol is. Undaunted she
X has chosen hzr future calling, And firm she stands as the rock
, of Gibraltar!
M Lois Loiu1A1NE HAMM LO
K u I Salem
Bains' Buiint.r.r Club junior Bookkeeping Award
iI"m-ld G'wgr.zfvb5 Club Future Homemaberx of Amerim
SHI? EXCIELS ALI. WOMEN IN THE MAGIC OF HER HAIR
How we admire her crowning glory! Naturally Lois's abundant
trgsses are only one of her sterling qualities.
- ,Jw KARIN GIsE1.A HAMPE1.
vw 'QV Alarich, Berlin, Germany
Ifremb Club Modern Dance Club
' llvmr Burincn Club junior Red Cmrr Council
A Cupelltz Cboif '54
Ntzlinnul Honor Society
17.1.20 Fill!-1 Tbree
Guard of Honor '53
Laurel Girlr' Stale '53
Hl?RSlfl.lf A FAIR l'l,0XVl'R
G.rm.1ny's loss was our gain when Karin came to Nzlugy High.
Her intellect and Winsome personality have won her many friends.
llllllfll' Bookkeeping Auurd
GERALD CHARLES HIZNNESSEY IRISH
Gurmt Gleum, BIl,IllI6'.f,l' Muuugcr '52 Baud '51-'54
Clair Rfj1ra.1u1luti1'e '51 Talent RCTIIC' '53
Sllflllllllllg' '51 Auliiilier Cammillee '54
A CIIFIERY I.AD VUITH A GIQNIEROUS SMILE
Always prasent at football games and all pep rallies, Gerry is
uite '1 mm We thank him for 'ill of his numberlcss contribu-
q 1 . . .E .
tions, not forgetting his huge bass drum.
WlLl,lAM WADE HOLLAND WADE
Ffmfball '51-'5-I Gaiden Lam
S1l'lIl1llllI1g' '52-'54 junior Bookkeeping Auwrd
Butler Buiim ll Club A Capella Cboir '52-'54
lluorld Gvogmjvla-3 Club. Pm videul '52
WHA'I' Hls 111fA11T THINKS, HIS TONGUI? SPIEAKS
Wade and swimming are synonymous. When the mcrmzn Won,
his face was always wreathetl in smiles on the following morn.
But when they lostAno frown could equal his grim countenance.
W Page liifig I-'our
W1LT1uz1w11fM1s1f11 Mr, I 1101111 THOII w11.T
Amiahlc and tlcpcnclahlc is this reticent g.1l,We shall ever
r.call Bev and all hcr attractiveness.
I 'X K
VIRGINIA LEANNIZ I-IENRICHS
Bcllu' I3u,ii11c,11 Club llnoflcl Gu
TA11, I.l'I'lfIl1 AND GAY
This raven-haired miss is always full of livclincss and laughttr.
She has sharecl her gaicty with .1ll of her pals.
BEVERLY ANN HIENNESSEY BEV
ll"r1rld G'Logr.lj1lJ-3 Club Yri-Hi-Y
Hillary Club Buiktlball '51-'53
Belief' Blziimqii' Club lfulzm 110711-llltlklffl of AlI1C1'll'tI
MARY LOUISE HORAN MARY LOU
Mark Elerlion '53
lllllflfc' IIrw1tu1.1itri of Al1lL7'lL'd
flllfiull lllilory Club
Lyliltd N.lliw1,i Coulul '52
SUCH A VERY LITTLE MAIDEN AM I
Mary and thc Grange were constant companions. Such a tiny
inaitlcii, but such accomplishments as were hers.
JOAN MYRTLE HOTCHKISS
Fulnre Ilomcmaleerr of America
Talent Rezue '53
61111141 Gleum '51
Baller Bu,fi11e,r.r Club
fuuiar Baokbeepilzg Azzurd
llurifld Geogmpbj Club
SIMPLICITY IN I-IABIT, TRUTH IN SPEECH
Our hilton twirling miss has never lost her pep. joan was al-
ff ways there to liven up half-time at the football games!
IUNE MARIE I-IOTCHKISS
Baud '5I"5-i Moderzi Daure Club
01'c'l1c'.ilnl '51-'5-l Gdfflfl Glgdm 751
Yklztllf Rcrm' '51-'53 Auriwlt Hl.fl0f-1 Club
Coma VCIZAI., COME XVOIZ, SHl?'S NEVER OUT OF TUNE
,lunc-f-the othtr twin-was always loyal to Nuugatuck-in vic-
tory or in dc-feat. Hers is the spirit that wins!
JAINIES RICHARD HUTT BIG HUTT
Bella' Buiimir Club Baiktflball '51-'52
ll"m-ld Geogmpby Club Bnreball '52-'54
Ifzfef'-fluff Bafkzlball '51-'53 Hiftorg Club
llf You ARE CONTENT You HAVIE ENOUGH TO LIVE COMFORTABLY
jimmys skill on thc haschall diamond lcd Nnugy to many vic-
torixs. His selection as Class Apollo hrought honor to The Sixth
Period English Boys.
Pizgt Fffl-J' Fire
JOHN HUTT YOUNGER
llnorld Gmgrupby Club Blmbull '52-'54
Belter Bll.fll16.l',l' Club Ilirlorj Club. Treuiurer '53
Iflfef'-rlau Burkefbull '51353
EARTH'S THE RIGHT PLACE FOR FUN
Don't let this fellow fool you! In studies hc could accomplish
much-if he woulcl. But right now having fun is his watch-
HERBERT JENSEN HOPPY
lhtlu' l3u.iim'.u.r Club Hirfory Club
ll"1frld Cimgnglfbg' Club Induytriul A111 Club
SEEK NOT T0 ALTER ME
Heres to Herb-witty, jolly, ever pursuing a good time. Come
what may, he will always be the same provocative fellow.
SHIRLEY JANE JOHNSON SHIRL
Future l10IIll'Nl!lLU7'.l' of America Freutb Club
Art Club Hirlory Club
Momssr AS MORNING
Shy she is and som.what reticent. However, Shirley harbors an
innate sense of real appreciation of humor.
RUSSELL FREDRIC JOHNSON RUSS
Mull: Club Frenfb Club
DOWN THE l.AlrR12l,1,liD YEARS H12 WALKS
A keen student is Russ, who amazed us ofttimes with the wealth ,
of his vocabulary. He has hitched his wagon to a certain star-
watch this fellow go! l
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l7r'ti1z'f7 Clllb 0f'1'be,i11,1, '51-'53
L.11111 Club Al'1il'jfjtl.f Cflllllllfllftf '52
.1 C.11v.ll.1 CINIII' '54 Bdikflbdll '53
C1'r1ldt11 L.111t' Tri-Hi-Y
You' Mui I-'ok DREAMS
A fashion tonnoisseur and a music lover is Carole. bhe sport-
ed the latest in Vogueg she sang in her colorful alto tone. ,
THEODORE KACKOVVSKI KACK
Sacred Heart High School,
ll"orld Grogrupbg Club Better Bll.llIlE.l'J Club
Wuifmf THITRITS N0 iusx, THlfRli'S N0 GLORY
l Another member of that famous English 6th period aggregation!
There's no stopping Ted at l:50! It's "full speed ahead" as he
zooms around the high school in his speed car.
BARBARA ANN KACZKCJWSKI SHORTIE
'I'1'iAII1-Y. 'l'1-t.1i11rt1' '54 G'11ard of Hr111or '53
xl C.1f1tll.1 Clwir '52-'54 fllllillf Bookkeeping Auurd
G.11'11t1 Gwlcillll '52 A111t1'11'.111 Ltginu C2l'tlf0?'ll'L11 Coureyl, lbvfllllff '53
lltllu' Blltjlltjj Club llnorld G80g7'df1b-Q Club
A MIGIITY SPIRIT IfII.LS THAT LITTLIE FRAME
Bursting with vitality, Barb found a worthwhile outlet in the
Oratorital Contest, Otherwise, mirth has been her constant Com-
panion in h.r days at N.H.S.
ANDREW! DIOSEPH KAPFER ANDY
G'f1ldt11 Ltmc A11riL111 Ilirlmj' Club
M.11b Club l'11iltd Nnliour C011lf..ri '52
1:11 wb Club Mark Elrrtifm '53
HF DOTH, INDEFD, SHOW' SOMF SPARKS THAT ARE LIKIZ WIT'
Heres to one of the shining lights of first period college dra-
maticsl Andy's skits ever hore the mark of something different.
He ranked high in dual personality roles.
1,.IgL' Fiflj SL1111
-IAINIES W. KEAN JIMMY
Hi-Y Hiflory Club
llqurld Gitugfutfrby Club B.t1u' Buriuerr Club
A SPUR TO VALIANT AND MAGNANIMOUS DFFDS
As the car rolled off the lift, 'twas another job well done by
our jim. The mechanical industry will improve itself greatly when
it acquires jim.
BENJAMIN PETER KERSKI BEN
Bclltt' Bll,lllIE,l,l' Club llnoflcl Ilhrlfnlg Club
ll"f1rld GUUgf1lf7l7y Club
EVERY INCH A MAN
Witlm empty arms, Ben strode down the hall, for hooks weren't
to hia fancy. But one had to rise early to outwit Ben!
UIOAN ANN KLEIVA
KATHRYN B. KISSANE KATE
Golden Lrme A Cttpellu Choir '51-'54
Tri-Hi-Y. Set't'Llt1v'.1 '54 Bnjketbzlll '51-'54
Cluri' Sefretary '52-'54 junior Red Crmyf Coutzril, Sevretary '53
C0-Etl'ilor, The Gregbuutltl flltll0t'Lfll6'J', VlL'L'-P?'6Jid6!If '55
Nutiouul Honor Soriely Pt'0grauz Cbttirnmtz '54
SHE GAVE A GLAMOUR TO THE TASK
We przsent our vivacious class secretary! Though carrying half
of the burden of the Greyhound as Co-editor, Kate never lost
her bubbling laughter, And her merriment ran especially high at
recess, when she held forth every day in the center of The Foun-
Better Blzrizferr Club llnorld Geography Clttb
A Cilprllu Chair '51-'54 Future Homemaketr of Amerzm
A SIZRIZNIE AND BLESSED MOOD IS MINE
Tranquil joan! We heheld her hut rarely heard her. A favourite
with all of her pals, we've been tol
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FLORENCIZ Kl.lhICJWlCZ FLOSSIE
lfnllm' lI0lllL'Nl.!i.7'.l of flllldfllll Butler Bllflllfjj Club
Il"m'ld Gtugr.111lJ-3' Club
LIST WHAT WILL BE, BE
Flo takes all things in her stride. Unruffled and imperturbalwle,
she usually comes out on top.
LENURE ISIARY KLUC NORA
Gutzrd of Hrmor '53 Citngv-afflay Club, Secfelary '52
Golden Lau: Arlirifief Commillee '51, '53-'54
Modern DLIIICU Club Gl6'flg7'dfIl7Q' Conference
Bufkelbtlll '51-'52, '54
WITH VIOY AND IAUGHTFR BUILD Y0l'R OXVN GREAT w'ORLD
Make way for the merrymaker! Hare comes our "Alice in
XVond:rland" so piquant, so appealing. But lEt'S n0t
nore's superb work in Greyhound advertising.
SARA S. KOPP SALLY
A C.1j1ell.l Cbnir '51-'53 Trl-Hf-Y
li.nit'1b.1Il '51-'54 Golden Law
llnfnrlzl Cflvzgrtllfb-1 Club, Pf0gI'zIlll Cllhllflllzlll '54
LIGHT Olf STEP AND HEART WAS SHE
Slender Sally laughed h.r rollicking way through school. She
and dull care never met.
ROSYLN SUSAN KOSAKOSKI ROZ
Bulrrr Blljllltll Club Golden lane
lluorld Geogmpby Club Ar! Club
Tri-Ili-Y junior .xml Sulim' Bfmkketpiug Award:
Ifumre lIOIl1LlI1df6f,l' of Amerira
HoW FAIR YOU ARE
Demure and capable is Roz, Witli a flair for painting and the
tynewriter, she managed additionally to maintain the unflagging
int-rest of a certain lad, every day at recess in Room 23.
Puge Fifly Nine
CLAIRE MARIE KOZICH
ANN INIARIE LAFO FRENCHY
Iiiirhfllmll '51-'54 Baller Bll.IlfIC,f.f Club
A Cilfwlln Choir '51-'54 Ffwlfb C1145
C,'u,n-d of Hmmr '53 junior B00kk6L'fIl11g Aww-d
So DIMINUITIVIEQ so ANIMATED
Petite and sprightly is this diminuitive lass Whom we have al-
ways admired. She appears to float-not walk-punctuating her
gaiety with a very contagious smile.
DANIEL HARRY LAMBRIDES
SANDRA LA VALLEE SANDY
Fnlnrc Illlllltlllilflfl of Amtrifa Biukelball '51
THE III-'RIGHT HEART, THE HONOR DEEP
Wlicfn the task is done, Sandy's ready for fun! Meanwhile we
envy her the calmness and poise which so rightly helong to her.
Pug L' S IJVIJ
Coughlin High School, Wilkes-Iialrre, Pa.
A Cizjwllu Choir '54 jlllllfll' Red Ci1'f1JJ' Crnmril
F1'61lt'Z7 Club Marla Club
THERE IS A MERRY LOOK IN HER EYES
Claire was serious, direct, and aspiring. We met her for the
first time in junior ysar. We are glad she became one of us.
Golden Lane Ifffer'-flim Bmkiffball '51-'53
Gizmo! Glmm, A.m.ii,r1i111f Spam Edifor '51g Bnriuerr Maf1uge1"52-'54
IT TAKES LIFE TO LOVE LIFE
This lad had a finger in every pie, enjoying life to the utmost.
No day seemed long enough for Dan to crowd into it all of his
Y'C'lI.I.lAM DI. Llili, lll BILL
Ccntcr, lic-acon Falls
Slljllllllflly '52 Fflllfbtlll '54
l'i' is lllll 5 l4lfI.Ilfl-', 'rmf lfl'XYFR WORDS THIS BliT'l'l'R
WI15' say in ten words what unc can say in five? We grant
you that liills hcaming muntcnamc leaves nothing left unsaial
llc is really at home, over at Shop!
l"NlE l.lf VASSIZUR
ANI: xvl'l'iloi"i' .Vx 'l'l1c1ltN-A R
XY'ith h,r alluring smile antl hcr wft vi
,ll-Ill-3 limi' Ii1z,ii11eJ.r Club
Glam! uf Honor '53
mice, pctitc june is
-up rtally nur Class licauty. Hcr daintincsa and ruse-loaf complexion
1 :xcitc our envy.
Illllllli' Brlvikufvillg Autna'
MARY vlANlE l,lNliXVlil5lfll
liillir' Iiniim ii Clulz
lxla' IIMQ Eli llOl'RS AVID l'NRliI.l'C'I'.-XNT YEARS l'I.Y ONVUARD
ln the tla-vw imvm ni' Lluwn thc Ncw Haven Road, Mary jnnc
malct-s tha must of hcl' Hitting moments. Witlt A. and N., sh.
furim an iiupiwsilwlc Trim in thc ways of jollity.
MARY LOUISE LINSKIZY
Cnlllwl I..111e G
liillu' Hnsimuf Clnln
it, with a thccrful, pre-tty smile.
lizgt' Sixfli flllc'
.mul Glumrl '52-'53
flnfiur Iimalitijviulig Anxmf ll"f1v-ld GlLll,El'Jf7l7j' Club
THIS GLADS Ml? MUST, 'l'llA'l' l VNVIOYED
Dynamic is Marv lam, .intl well versa-il in thc manner and micn
uf thc will trainctl sn-all-t.1i'y. It you me-tl .1SSlSlLlIlLLA, Qhc offers
CATHERINE ANN LOKITES LO
junior Bookkeeping Auuzrcl llnarld Geography Club
jzwiur Pram Cowmillee '53 Belief Buurimrr Club
Loyalty and devotion are I.o's motto. She gives her utmost to
ex ery cause and reciprocally her friends are true blue.
NANCY LUBANDA LUMP
Balm' Bznifzen Club Golden Lam
llnnrld GlL'llg7'clf7b-jf Club, Progmnl Cbiliwmul '52
juuim' Brmlakeejvifzg Auwrd
ALL YouTH's LIVELY snrsisrzs, KDEN AND QUICK
Nancy always had an answer for everything. She interspersed
work with ample fun. Her liveliness had no equal.
MARTHA GRETCHEN LUNDIN MARTY
Trzlezll Renae '51-'54
All-Stare Cbornr '54
A Capella Cboir '51-'54
A.r.ri.i'm11l Edilor, Tbe Grejbouzzd
Ilnzioreller, Sefrelury '53, Tr'm.i1n'er '54
Nrlllllllill Honor Sofielj'
So HLONDEQ so ixLl'rH12g so DEBONAIRE
Marty is the lass with the delicate air! Her savoir-faire and
chic belong exclusively to har. Her golden voice she shares with
BARBARA ANN LYONS BOBHI
Tri-Hi-Y f21't'hU.fl7'll '51-'53
Band '51-'53 Game! Gleam '51
A GOOD LAUGH is WORTH A THOUSAND GROANS
Wlmerever her fancy dictated, Barb dropped in at all collzges.
From the granite state of New Hampshire to the environs of New
York, she visited all of them. Lucky Barb!
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NANCY MacDONAl.D CHOP
Xvoonsocket, il. I.
jlnxfur linuilttjvifig flziuird Bdjfelbrlll '51-'52
ilfliv' l3lr'llllL.tt Clfllz
-l'HA'I' NATVRAI. lII.llSH IS BEYOND ORNAMENTS
Pretty and graceful, Nancy attracts the Lotharios of Room 25
At piesent, one of the falvl.d Road Kings appears to have the
GIENIEVIIEVE BIARCISZ GEN
llcllal' Buiizzcii Club French Club
junior .md Senior Bll0kLt'tfl7lllg Aunmli Il"w'ld Gmgmplyj Club
.future llrHml11.1IPu',f nf Affzwim Ylflwn Reruv '53
I'.:i1ed Nizfinui Cmiifpil, 21111 prize '53 G'mgr.11Il13 C0l1fC'l'L'71L'? '53
.xqjfilllldl Hormr Soriefj
YVHATEVER SHI? DID. SHI? mn WITII DIGNITY AND IZASI2
Gen, our banker, was instrumental in keeping the sznior class
In Calm waters. Yet she always sailed on even keel even when
the tempests tossed, occasionally.
FRANCES ANN MARIANO HONEYGIRI.
jlHllHl'4llL,I Bizdmiuluu '51-'52
fl C.ffull.l Clmir '51-'54 Golden Lam
G'.m1cl Gluam '52-'53 Tri-Hi-Y
Cjlmrltudw- '53-'54 'llilvut Rerue '51
SHI? IS I'IlIi'l"I'Y TO XIl'AI.K XIC'I'I'II, AND XY'IT'I'Y TO TALK VUITH
Sprightly liran's famous antics will he missing from the cheer-
ing squad next year. She leayes an enduring memory of devoted-
ness to the athletic activities ol N.H.S.
W XX'll.l-lAlNl PAUL INIARUNIEY ROD
llalltr lilfiizferv Club Iliiturj Club
STVDY IS A IIRIARN' THING, I xx ISII I IQNIW 'I'IlII ItI'xIl'm'
Bill seems to have found a remedy for study. Ignore it! How-
ever, he is a rcal fellow. likeahle and hursting with merriment
l Lrom morn till night.
x I '
Paige Sfxlj' Thru'
X . 'QL
STEPHEN MARTIN MONK
F,,,,fb,1ll '51-'54 Bellu' B11.r1uf.i.r Club
Bmebdjj 'j1.'j4 llnmlcl Gw1gr.1j1b,J Club
Bnukellmll '51-'52 lfiL'e-Pnziidclll '52
IN MANLY DIZFDS IIIE HAS MIZRITED
Steve starred in Football. Between seasons, his int:r.sts were de-
voted to shop and outside labours. Studies did not overtax this
IELIZAISETI-I A. INIAZAIKA BETTY
A Ctl,bL'll.1 Choir '51-'5-f Tri-Hi-Y
Golden Lune Btldlllilllflli '51-'55
limiefbnll '51-'54 j1n1im'u1l..r. Sm-ml Cbulrfzzlzfz '54
fznlinr Real Crow Conllril. 'l'1'o1i11i'u' '53
I'II.UIi XVERI? HITR IEYIZS AS THI? FAIRY FLAX
Vivacious, attractive Betty leads a stimulating, delertahle life.
Her sparklirg personality shines nsplendently in class or in the
rollicking Fountain-at-Recess Sorority.
I:7'L'llt'l7 Clllk 11l.1lur'3 Club
THIS MIND PROCLAIMS TIII2 MAN
Although he is rather reserved, XXlarren came into the stliolastic
limelight early in his senior year. This fellow seldomA1t ever-
missed the Monthly I-Ionor Roll.
MARCIA MERTELMEYER MERT
Alllilillll Ifdilrur. Tbe GIVE-IbUlllld Biziietbnll '51-'5-l
Arriiilicr Cwzzwilfee '52, '54 Tri-Hi-Y
Clem Sun'el.1ry '51 Latin Club
jlllIll11'c'llc'.Y. Pnbliritg Cbtiirnlml '54 Malin Club
Golden Lune Naliomzl Irlmmr Soriely
A WoMAN is Ailwfws CHANGIEAISLIE AND CAPRICIOIIS
H.re's to Mareiawa wonderful girl to know. She keeps all of
her pals stepping with her whims and high voltage schemes. In
her role of Assistant Editor, she grasped myriads of thorns with
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LlfRUY INIORINE SLIINI
lliilfn-3 Club Uzliltd Ntlflfllll Canter! '51
Tm mfs A soon 'rlsiiz Comma
Laughter holds both of his sides when Leroy appears on the
scene. lhe eight A. M. club in Room Z3 never failed to enjoy his
FRANCIS ISURDETTIZ INIORROXV SONNY
liirilfleri 1lI.1f1.1gcr, The Gm'-pbwuld Golden Lune
lltllrr Bn.iim,i,i Club Ari Club
junior BOIIkkL'L'17l1lg Auuml
A MAN Olf HONOVR AND INTEGRITY
ln Sonny we find our own budding Rembrandt. Space docs not
p.rmit the complete listing of his artistic contributions to all and
sundry causes. We are enormously indebted to you, Sonny, and
so is The Greyhound.
RICHARD C. ISIORTIZNSIEN DICK
Audio lylflltll Aidr Club A Capella Cboir '51-'54
Ghrffef Gltzlm '51-'52 Safely Comer! Auurd '51
A GOOD l"lZl.I.OXY', CALM, COOL AND COLLECTED
Witli an answer for everything, Richard easily meets an emer-
gency. His pals rate him as one of the best.
.IOAN FRANCES IVIURPHY JO
l3.tlu' Bnilmiu Club llnofld Grrzlgngzpbj Club
Fnlnre llumumzberzr of Amerim Tri-Ili-Y
l.ll'li IS SHORT SO lil? MERRY XY'l"lII,lE YOU CAN
'Ioan can be serious or merry, when the octasion calls. She has
many friends but prefers to devote herself exclusively to one!
Page Slxlj' Fife
JANE ELLEN NoLAN JANIE
ll"m-ld G'u1gr11f1b,i' Clzzb Iliifwg Club
jnuiur Bfmbketpiug Alzuzrd Brllrr l311,rif1c.1'.r Club
lllllllfc' 11fHllL'NlrIkt:1',l of Awcriuz
ca MINI: IS THIE LONE TRAIL, THE HARD TRAIL, THIS BIEST
-lane can he depended upon to do her utmost when the OCCLI-
sion rises. She tempers her seriousness with just the right amount
MARY ANN NOLAN REDHEAD
Gnldtu Lam' Briihflmll '55 5
A Crrjwlliz Cbnif '52-'54 BrIdl1lllII0ll '52 "
THERE XVAS A STAR DANCIED AND IYNDFR THAT I XVAS HORN
Mary Ann with a heart of gold is an exciting addition to any
confah. During senior year, her thoughts have offtimes gone sky-
larking. Vermont is far away, Mary Ann, but june is coming!
Modern llwre Cln b
illtllflll Rcfl'llc'. ilflrmlu' of
lvlllllltf lin-yi" 51.11. '53
Clm r Ri f7l'L'.l't'IlldllI'C '54
Fllfllballl lllrlllilgvr' '52
Bia MERRY I sn'
Sound the cannon! Beat the drums-for Manny comes! Our
popular class representative has no peer.
fl Ctlf7L'll.l Cbuir '51-'5-i Ltzliu Club
l3.1d11Ji111fn1 '51-'52 Tri-Ili-Y
Wfrrii AN ANGlEl,'I,lKli ifliiu-'IQCTION
' ' rio-as to dimi:.uitive. angelic Sylvia. Exquisitely groomed with
I .1 personality all her own, she stands out in any gathering.
llllLf"l'liIll Iiilrbullull '51-'52
Puxridezil, Golden Lime
Hi-Y, Vive-Pnaridelll '51
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TH E GREYHOUND
DOUGLAS HILDING OLSON SWEDE
Ifmllrlv Clnlz f!i.IllH'j' Club
Ciuldtu LIIIIL' lulu'-a'lu.rr B.I.Ilelb.1ll '51-'54
flI'li1'ilitI Crwlmillte '52 Hi-Y
xl C.1full.1 Clmir '51
LI2'1' MY I1IfI2I' sII.I2NCI2 SPEAK Ifon ME
Dougvin his scarlet sport jacket-and his buddies form .I
dynamic and colorful combine. H155 a serious fellow with his
futur. in the ranks of college men. Quite a stud.-nt, in addition!
MARILYN IELAINIZ ORIS LYNN
Alllff lfltflirnl '53
A C.rjwll.z Chair '51-'52
-llllllfll' Rtd Cmiir C.-flllllfil
flmiur Iifmihajziulg flirxml
llwrurld GiLUlHl1lflA7,Y Cllllfi
Hiller' BlUlllL'.I1I Club
jig' IxII'Iuzx' I'r IS 'ro I..'xI'GII
L A really peppy Miss is Marilyn. Loyalty to her fri.nds is her
o A1 0 9.
I 9 '
VI V' I
.OAN PATRICIA OXVENS jO
. , 3's.
Iltrltr liffilzltri Clnlz Mrzrk Elrrlmu '53 755
llllllfll' Bfifzihtjlirzg Arzuml lfulnrt llw1ltn1.1lu1I of All1L!'ll'.l
llnzrll C' ogrz 'lv-3' Clnlz Ar1 Club
1 I :L K If
THI2 CHANGING LIGHT OI: HIfR OVUN SMILIZ
Her blue eyes dance when she converses, jo is in a class all her
own. Sh, sets many .I goal for herself and, may we add, she never
fails to reach it.
ELLEN FRENCH PASSIECK EL
Aff C1110 Uv'I'luIlr.J '51
F!'L'l1t'b Clllli Ilfifgy-J Cfyb
LIFF, THOI' ART GOOD
lor Ellen, it's great to he alive. The drive of her will and a
y g Ire out solutions hid fair to enable hgr to reach
that elusive thing called personal success.
PJQQL' Sixlvi S4 rt ll
TH 12 GREYHUUND
LORRAINE AINIELIA PECK LORRY
II"m-IJ Cfw,'qr,,pb-y Club jnumr ljfmibt-tjwzg Award
Fruzrfy C1110 Fllfllle' Ilu111um1iw'.i of AlIlc'!'il11
Belief' B1r.fif1w.f Club Mark Elwliou '53
W BY MY Titorii, I SI'IfAK MY THoi'oH'r
In competition, Lorraine wins-and easily. We salute her for
steadfastness of purpose and a flair tor knowing yust what to do.
VIRGINIA ROSE PEREIRA HONEY .
A Cuffelfrz Choir '51-'54 Btldllljflfflfl '52
HPR GRAVIE DIIIICIZT IEYIES
Virginiafs eyes reflect her sweetness. In microphone technique,
however, she amazed us with her stentorian tones. Her voice
cadence spoke volumes, too.
IYRIZDRIC DAHIJN PETERSON RICK
Minh Club A Crlffellu Choir '54
I-Iia's so Qoi1aT! Wi: woNmzR-
And wonder we do! For Fred seems so unohtrusive, However,
still waters run deep, someone has said. His high academic stand-
ing is constantly maintained, His manner s always that of a gen-
LIZNNART NILFS PETERSON PIZTIE
llurzrld G't11.w'.1jrf1-3 Club, 7I'LrlIlH'L7' '52 fl Cnjfefln Cbnr '51-'52
Illltr-flint lirzihlbrrll '51-'52 Html' Bll.IjllL.l.f Club
Fon mfs A 'norm' oooh I-'I'I.l.0XX'
lirea as the sun and air is Lenny. An important mtmher of 6th
Period English, he joins the gang in all their fun seeking. But
he is no laggard with the hooks when the mood seizes him.
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EARL C. PHILLIPS PHII.
fl Ctlflflltl Cblllv' '5-i Millb Club
I TAKE 'I'Hli VUORLD AS I FIND IT
Being late for school seldom worries Buddy, except when it
msans detention. Hes full of good resolutions which somehow
seldom last very long. He accepts life for what it is!
FLURIZNCE DIARY PHILLIPS FLUFFY
Bmhllmll '51-'5-i. Cu-Ctljrltuu '51 Guard nl Ilufmr '53
Golden Lune Aclilimt Culllvllllcc '51-'52. '54
A Cuflellu Choir '51-'54 French Club
Tri-Hi-Y, Preildwll '53-'54
THE SMILES THAT WIN, THE ifviis THAT oLow
A merry miss with laughing eyes, our Fluffy is always the cen-
ter of a happy throng. Clever and erudite, she accepts the chal-
lenge of each new day, with effortless grace.
INIARY LOUISE PHILLIPS LULU
juuinr Bunfhcfviflg Auund Alori Eleflillll '53
licllu' Blnifleii Club A Calwllu Choir '54
A CQOOD SIIHSTANTIAI. LAIIGII CHIEIERS Yflll
To he ranked among Mary Lou's friends is to hanish thoughts
which are too serious. To her, life's a bowl of red, red cherries.
IEDWAIQD Pf3Gf5RZIfI.SKI PCYGY
Fulurc HlIIllL'lIldLt'V1 of Alllll'll 1 luzluilrml Arli Clulf
Baller Bll.fflI6'J.l' Club l'. S. IIIIIIH'-1 Club
unllfld GNt'lIgl'dfFb.'Q Club
ONE MAN WITH CUIIIIAGP IS A INIA-IORITY
Eddy dares to be himself. lnvading the realm of Home Eco-
nomics, he has emerged a chef of highest attainment. His achieve-
ments at Shop have been commendable, too,
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'I HE GREYHOUND
ANGlfI,A PRIISIU 'I'WIIlI,
lirllrr Iinvimuu Cliff: ll' wld Glnlqhzfffu Club
Hlfvll IIO4OI'I- lflll Il'N XXII GOI
Ifxeuse my tlust! A high voltage live-wire, Angela keeps hui
pals in an Lxtiting state of jueularity. Her sense of lun is miilh
IIOCEIER DAVID QIIINT I'IIERRIi
lfmmfl Cliff: lulu-:fair lf.ulclb.llI '51-'54
,'Ir'll1'fliii Cfmnmlllrr '51-'54 llnlmi C1116
Iavi Now on -Nrvian!
Rugs theury nt life is tn live "sans snueif' However his mathe-
matital prowess easily takes the lead, He and Hamlet were never
palsfsatl to sayl
LORRAINE RAUCCI LOR
lhmr Blltlllwt Club 'llflml lhrm '51
A C,4f1i!1J Cflmir '52-'54 lluurld G'urgv'.1lfb3 Club
ISJILLIXMII '53 IIIIIIIVL llflNIL'fll.lktf7'l of fllflnfjtll
Gnlduf Lllllf IIHIIIH' Huuileejfiflg AIl.llll
HPR LIII-IRS HAD THIS 'I'IfX'I'lIRIf OI- OLD IVORY
I.uriainc's pale, pink complexion and her gentle manner seem tu
gn together tu make a very attrattive damsel. bhe stands apart
in nur galaxy ut ultra-garruluus maidens.
IIRANKIIB RIfI5IfI.I.U IFRAN
Ifnflrlr Cliffs !lIllllH'6'ff1l
Laliu C1116 Tri-lrli-l'
Cinfduf Lam lizdfzliullwz '52
.I Cf.1fulI.1 Cflwir '5l35-4
Hin nnue isis sm,-xx
Animatul antl sparkling is nur vivatiuus Fran! Her zest fur Iile
with all ol' her xariegatetl attivities spell the Teen Agei' at her
most wluurtul stage.
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1HL QREYHOUND if
Cant: al Aw cnuc
Mum Mm nund full vru II s1orts.And what u
lnbg m s sln Lhurs the Greyhound
IOAN MARQARI T RUSSI 1 I JOANIE
C uldlu Lum Frvurb Club
'I Cqlfllll Chun 57 54 fzmiorellex
1 ru I LIIIHI 5 Trl-Hi-Y
putty mudcn md lf,l'lI'lL I ll 1 um Info amd ite complexi-
Girard of Hmmr' '53
KNIT OF THII ABUNDANCIZ Ol- THIA HEART, THIS MOUTH SPFAKS
Heres to Connie, with her sweetness of manner and girlish
friendliness. Wfarmth of p.rsonality and loyalty to her pals pro-
duce a maiden well worth knowing,
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HCTWARD JOHN SCHWARTZ, -IR. HOWIE
!ldl't7'll.lllIK2 Commillu. Tbt Giftjblllllld Anrient Hirtory Club
Mnlb Club, Trm,r1n'w' '54
MEN MAY COMF AND MIEN MAY GO, BUT l GO ON FOREVER
Howie stands high-a man among mcn. Stalwart to th. Nth
degree and a seeker after knowledge, his academic record speaks
JENNY NANCY SABIO JEAN
Be-mr Bn.rim.rr Club lVorld Geogmpby Club
Art Club Future Hnmenzakerr of Amerim
lN THF ARTS, SHE DID HER PART
Artistic jean and her works of art. Her classmates should give
due honour to this little maid.n who labored long and altruisti-
tall, tor them.
ROBERT SAWICKI SWICK
llufffld' Gmgmpby Club Szrimming '51-'54
ihmr Bu.r1m,r,r Club
His msn wits RAPID
Heres to a mermaa who did not neglect his hooks. I-lerfs to a
5,-.itlcinan who was not afraid to be one. Heres to our Bob!
Uuiled Natimlr COIIMJI '52
Mark Election '53
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THE GREYHOUND In Q 54,0
DAVID SEARS DAVE
.flm.rir.1u Ligiml Omtariml Caulcrl, W'irmcf '53 Marla Club
fzlofl' Elcrliml '53
WITH AN HIEROIC MAGNITUDE OI: MIND
Our hoy orator, Dave, brought honor to N.H.S. A man of scien-
tific bent he garnered ranks of highest attainment. His was the
guiding light in the 8:00 A.M.-Fraternity of Solons!
MICHAEL SHARON BIG MIKE
llicllfllf Rcruc '51-'53 Silfelj Coulefl '51
Gufllel Gltam '51-'52 Uuilcd Nllll0l1J Context '52
A MAN oif HONOUR
Mike is the fellow with a purpose in life. He sees life steadily.
I, his moments of levity he is a staunch member of The Early
Morning fraternity with headquarters in Room 25.
CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH SHEEDY EDDIE FISHER
Claim I'ii'r-Prwidtzll '51, '53-'54 Clam Pnyideul '52
134114-v' Bu,vim.r,r Club. P1'e,ria'u1l. '52-'53 Golden Lane'
A C.r,'ftll.r Chair '51-'54 Football '53-'54
fill-Slale Cborui '54 Talent Rerue '51-'53
I.l?T l'S SIT AVUHILE AND DREAM
Y"lic-'i our vc-ep croons, th. audience succumbs to his spell.
Chris and his rich baritone voice have made never-to-be-forgotten
music i.i the hearts of 1954!
BARBARA ANN SMITII BONNIE
Bef! r Buriuery Club Ar! Club
ffmim' Bookkeeping Award Freurb Club
Fllfllfe Ilomtmalaeri of Amerifa
How LIGHT T0 LAUGHING MY MIND IS
You can always tell when Barh's near! Laughter and fun:
merry-making and mirth are in full swing.
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RAYMOND SOBIRESKI CAP
Altiriliu Committee '51 Btlter B14.rir1e.rJ Club
WITH A MIZRRY mmm or MATES
Ray az d the gang are ready for fun at the drop of a hat. When
study rears its ugly head, he and the boys stand ready to banish
it to outer darkness. Ray does!
K 'gg' I
Geogmpby C l nb
Audio l'iin.4l Aids Club
HAII. T0 THF KING OI-' IMI-'S
Wl1.lt would our classes have been without Bob? Although he
sported no affinity for hooks, this hoy tried to make every mo-
AIRLINE ELIZABETH SPUROSKY R
Btllcr Buiiaztu Club llnofld Gvogmpbg Club
junior Prom Comnlillec '53 junior Brmlkcepnzg Award
I4.'llll7'0 Ilfmzuflakeu of Aww-im Golden Lane
I THIS LIGHT THAT SI-IINIES COMES FROM THINIZ EYES
Cheerfulness is one of R's many splendid qualities. To work
with her on any committee was a joy, And what dancing eyes this
IIUSSIZLI. ll. STABLEY RUSS
G1!r'!ll"l Glimzz, Sjforlx Ifdllov' '52 United Nation: Context '52 5
Mall: Club, Prixfidult '54 IIIIU'-L'l41,fl' Bnxkelball '51-'52
C:f1ld'ClI Lone Noliomal Honor Society
HIE SAYS HIS SAY, WITH A DIFFERENCE
We have been swayed by his eloquence! Here's a fellow with
marked potentialities hut not always the unfailing dependability
which helps to develop them.
P.l,Ue Svfwzly Four JS AIM!!
Jlbz We ill
'IANET MARY STANKIIZVVICZ JAN
fimmr lifmlltpplfltq Auxird Baller Burinesf Club
liailt-lb.1ll '51-'53 Mock Election '53
Il 'wld Gcogvxipby Club A Capella Cboir '51-'52
Wiz CANNOT EXPRESS HER VIRTUIES
janet has so many admirable traits that it is well nigh impos-
sible to list them. To know her well is to discover her worth.
JOHN li. ST, JOHN
Illlw'-rlilii Binlclboll '51-'52
IN FULL ARMOR CLAD
PATRICIA ANN STOKES STOKIE
liillu' Iilniui If Club, Sl'L'1'Alil7'v1 '54 Golden Laila
llufnlil Ciia4qr'.ij1b,i Club. l'n.iidu11 '52 ll"0rld Hillary Club
ilklltlll Riirnu '51-'53 Guard of Honor '53
xlfllllllct CIIHlHllllH.' '52 A Capella Cboir '51-'5-.
TTMF To TASTE Lllflii-UI' XVITII THE CURTAIN
Pcrt Pat with th- hc-coming air and manner! The Talent Revue
annually reveals her flair for vivid pantomime. Expressive maiden
with the expressive eyes.
FRANCES MARY SUCHENSKI
llitltr Bufimir Club'
junior Profil CIIIIIIIIIIIFL' '53
xl Ciljullil Cboir '51
I HAVE N0 TIME FUR IDLE CARES
l.ixely Fran lends her support unendingly to
terest her. A popular girl with myriads of friends.
Prlgt S4 im ally Fire
New York City
A knight in shining armor! Fortified by a certain serious ap-
proach to studies with a will to achieve, .lack made it scholastic
record. Wit rounded out his character, when the occasion arose.
pursuits that in-
0 THE GREYHOUND
DONALD SUNBURY XVAHOO
litrfhflbtlll '53-'54 Iluorld Ciicflgfdffbj' Club
Hiller B1z.u'i11c'.i1r Club A Cr1AIvc'll.1ACfb0i1' '51
Inter-rl4z.f,r Bizxlzctbtzll '51-'53 IIIIIIITJ' Cllrll
Hia is A sum: cfuzn
Witli his own brand of humor, Don proved himself an enter-
taining buddy, Witli an equal amount of energy expended, his
books might have brought more enduring results. But-who can
change this boy's belief?
ERIC A. SWAN IVIORT
limi'-flizii I3.okefbi1,ll '51-'52 A Crljrzllir Chan' '51
litlltr liIllil1L'.l.l Club
A volclf THAT t.l.ADs Us OVER MUCH
A likeable fellow our Erie, with a voice of tantalir ng timbre
His bgsetting weakness-a lack of confidence in his own worth-
prevented him from maturing to the fullest degree.
l'ATRlClA RUTH SWICK PAT
lllork lfleiliuu '53 lllfxdwll Dilmw Club
Tri-Ili-Y A Ciljwlliz Choir '51-'54
limkellillll '53 French Club
Smf THINKS IN GOLD AND IJRFAMS IN SILVFR
'i'itian-haired Pat with tlig creamy-pink iomplexion. Dreams ap-
pear to be her vivid toneern. Socially, she occupied her own spe-
LAURENTINO JOSEPH TERRA, JR. DAGO
Brflu' Illllj1lLll Club, l'rtiia't11l '5-Z llifebtzll '51-'54
A Clrllullil Clmn' '51-'5-1
lfllw'-z'lar,r Br1fi4'f0.1ll '51-'54
flmirn' lirirzlfieepifre Afluzrd
Xlrllliliti Comnzitlte '54
lN l,Il'lilS SIIIl"'I'lNG SCFNIS, CHll'lfli5'I' OF MIZN
I,ai'ry is an animated sportsman with a persuasive marnet. He
has hopes for reaching the Hudson. Devotion to this ideal ought
to bring the coveted goal within reach, ere long.
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,LL 0-'foo ,..,
THE GREYHOUND Q'4'C-v
l'A'l'lllClA l.UCll-Lli THll5ODEAU PAT
Cfilfllil Gli.1111. Pbulrzgruljvbir '51-'54 Golden bun'
'l'r1-Ili-Y A Ciljwellu Cbflir '51-'54
Muduvl Ilarlfu Club Bafkelball '51-'52
Slfllllllllllg Ttizm '52-'53 Badminlon '51
VVVTH GRACE oi- ifoim AND FACE
If our aspiring young photographer snaps pictures as pretiy
as h.rself shell have no trouble at all in snaring success in her
future. Witli her dad as class Photographer, her climb upward
should be meteoric.
IXIARGARET INIARY THRALI. MARGIE
Center, Beacon Falls
Ilillir I514,fi11u,i1i" Club A Cujrelliz Cboir '51
flnlirn' l300LLL'tf7lllg Azziud lldorld Gcognzpby Club
Flllllfl' Ilwfzuzlakwzr of Amerim
GRACE IN ALL SIMPLICITY
No one can help liking Marg with her pleasing smile and her
:.oft giggle. Her disposition is an enviable one.
ANNE MARIE TOOLE ANNE
11.4. R. liimvi Cnnliii Azmrd '51 Talcnl Reruv '53
Uuiftd Al.lllIllI,l Cmmil '52f'53 Bcflter Bufinefi Club
jzmiur ljnubhifwirlg Anim! Geogmpby Club
FASHIONIZD so vuRifI.Y, PRAGILIELY, SURELY
Dainty as a Dresden china figurine, Anne adds boundless pep
.ind energy to her fragile appearance, This, you will grant, is an
DONALD ROBERT TRIANO DON
i lunar B00tfL.f7lI1,2 Auuzrd lluurld Gcngfizjrby Club
Hiller BIl.flIIL',f.f Club
I MAKE THE MOST or AI.1. THAT COMES
Dons dependability and warm personality blend in a strong
manner. Effortlessly, he scams to grasp all opportunities which
come his way.
I Ilzgi' SLIIIIIJ Scrul
IIALPH ALLAN TRIPI7, JR. HONK-HONK
Iliiffzry Fuflnzl, P7'L',lldL'lll '55 lfrmllmll '53-'54
Claw Ifcprwwzliilln '53 IJHIIIZ7 Club
Uizicbull '52-'54 Cfulr,lL11 Lam. l'i4'L-Pvwfidulf
HIE STANDS S'I4AI.XWAR'I' ANU HIGH MINDIED
Upright as a Ralph utilizal his great physital abilities
0.1 the frmtlwall eventually for an Ivy college, he
RICHARD C. TUCKIZY, Ill '
Iliimry IJUVIIIII, I"in'-l'vn.iidu1l lfflu-rl.zii Iiinlfltbizll '51-'5-l
Illlflfliilll '52-'54, C.lIl2l.lif1 '54 l:7'l,'l1l'b Club
GRIEAT' IS THIS HIIRO XVHU XWINS WITH VALOR
Diqk has gainzd honors galore in foutlvall. In his uimlmit with
Life, we earnestly hope that equal success will he his. As a
starting inspiration he shuultl r.memlver that hc was plmtugiuiplietl
with Governor Lodge!
INIARY CATHERINE TIllWINIARIfI-I.O MAIIE
Diller l311,iim,r.i Club Arr Club
ljllfltll' f1UUIL'7lIJkL'1',l of Azmrifil Millb Club
B.1ih'lb.1ll '51 lllllllfb Club
A C.11ull.1 Cboir '54
MY MiNli'rI2s WING THFIR WM' XVITH 12AsI3-
Villmenever in the years to rome we wish to recall perfect tran-
quality, we shall think of Mare. The unobtrusive maiden, whim
L juyetl her school days in her own way.
CHARLES VEST CHUCK
Siwlunfifzg 72-.1111 '51-'52 Malb Club
Tm' MlGH'I'Il1S'I' Olf mix SPIZAK Tllli ifl2WlzsT XVORDS
Charlie was retire t except when he was surrounileil by the
6th Periml English Buys, Then jokes and hurseplay hcram. the
order of the day.
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FRANCES lNlARY VIEIRA FRAN
Gaim: Gltrmz, lf.wb.n1ge lfdilur '51-'52 Belief Burifzerx Club
Gwgnlfvby Cfll1fU1'LlIL'U '52 Talent Revue '53
Civzzgfurpby Club, Program Clmifwluzl, '52 French Club
A Capella Cboir '51-'54 Golden Lane
VUVTH SMILIZS FOR ALL, AND SCOWLS FOR V'
I-lere's to Fran who loves to sing, to
A born organizer, she lent hir talents
work or in play, we pronounce her
lrllcr-clan liiubelbirll '51-'53 Golden lane
Auciezzt llirlory Club Fruzrb Club
Sll'll7lIIlllIK '51-'52 Hi-Y
LIFE IS REAL, LIFE IS EARNEST
Frte as the breeze, Arnie goes his unrufflcd way. He combined
athletics with the liberal arts, as his activities indicate.
l'llYl,l.lS ANN WEBSTER PHIL
Clmr Leader '53-'54 Tri-Hi-Y
l3.4rhfl1.rll '51-'54 Ffenrb Club
.'li'li1'i1lw Crmzzlliflee '53 Golden Lane, Secrelary
il C.11ull.1 Choir '51-'54 Guard of Honor '53
A BUNDLE Oli IENIERGY AM I
A pretty rliccrleatler, a gay companion, a petite human dynamo-
this describes Phyl. Following her strcnuous Football season, she
found it necessary to go to Florida!
JOHN WHITE JACK
GVLIIKQHJIFZJJ' Conference '52
Gidfllfl Gleam '51-'52
Better Bu.ri11e.r.v Club
A Capella Choir '51-'54
A FREE, A FRIENDLY FELLOW
jack scored early as a Thespian, triumphing in his class book
skit as King of Hearts. His accomplishments have been many
Pugc Sr.-rcuiy Nine
Dimples of Angela DeCarlo
ANTHONY WILLIAINI FREDRICK VVROBEL TONY
Center, Beacon Falls
Ifller-flair Batrbctball '52 Hirmry Club
Foolbull '51-'54 Hi-Y, P1-exidezzt '51
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
Tony kept his talent for basketball well hidden-.until the
Y. M. C. A. Tournament, that is! Hail to The Mayor of Beacon
Falls, who mad: the grade, somewhat late.
DANIEL ZUBANCH ROCKY
IIIIU1'-t'ltl.I,I Barbelball '51-'54 Football '52
Bvlfm' BIl.filIU.I.I Club Gcogmpbj Club
Arli1'ilie,r Cfllllvlfflee '54
l HAVE LAID ASIDE BUSINESS AND GONE A-FISHING
He tolerated schoolg he tolerated studiesg he tolerated books.
And yet he might have achieved something scholastically worth-
while, if he had been equipped with a different set of values!
THE IDEAL SENIOR BOY AND GIRL
The Ideal Senior Boy The Ideal Senior Girl
Il'0llld babe tbe: zvonld bare fbe:
Hair of Francis Morrow Hair of Pat Bradshaw
Eyes of Roger Brennan
Smile of Ralph Tripp
Teeth of Roger W. Anderson
Dimples of Roger Quint
Eyes of Karen Carlson
Smile of Phyllis Webster
Teeth of June LeVasseur
Complexion of Lenny Peterson
Physique of Wade Holland
Hands of Kevin Daly
Voice of Chris Sheedy
Personality of Manny Oliveira
Wit of Louis Farrar
Savoir-faire of Tom Behrman
Grooming of Doug Olson
Erudition of Bob Bergin
Complexion of Fran Rebello
Figure of Martha Lundin
Hands of Dot Gabianelli
Voice of Glenda Burtnett
Personality of Kate Kissane
Wit of Lenore Kloc
Savoir-faire of Judy Foley
Grooming of Carol joy
Erudition of Marcia Mertelmeyer
WE NOMINATE TO OUR HALL OF FAME
ROGER W. ANDERSON because he so capably assumed the task of co-photo-
graphic editor of The Greyhoundg because he scored high scholastically and because
of his ever ready smile which won him many friends.
THOMAS BEHRMAN because of his superlative work as Co'Editor in Chief of
our class bookg because for four years he has been the highly competent and efficient
treasurer of the Class of 1954 and because he so adroitly combined the qualities of a
gentleman and a scholar.
ROBERT BERGIN because of his superior scholastic standingg because he was
one of Naugy's most devoted sports enthusiastsg and because of his subtle sense of
humor enjoyed by those who knew him well.
KAREN CARLSON because of her indomitable school spirit as the dynamic
captain of the cheerleadersg because of her excellent work as chairman of the Social
Committee, and because of her genuine friendliness which endeared her to all of us.
KEVIN DALY because he proved to be the indispensable president of the Senior
Classg because as Captain he led the basketball team with steadfast determination, and
because he personified class spirit.
BRUCE ERICKSON because of his unceasing work as co-photographic editor of
'l he Greyhound, and because of his swimming ability and his scholastic achievements.
LOUIS FARRAR because of his energetic work as Advertising Chairman of The
Greyhoundg because of his accomplishments in the field of sports and becaue of his
JUDY FOLEY because she was one of the "spark plugs" of the Activities Com-
mittee for four yearsg because of her scintillating work on the Advertiring Committee
of The Greyhound, and because she so ably represented our school at Laurel Girls'
WADE HOLLAND because of his aquatic ability as Captain of our swimming
teamg and because of his fighting spirit on the gridiron.
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KATHRYN KISSANE because she gave so generously of her time both as secre-
tary of our class and as Co-Editor in Chief of The Greyhoundg because of her power-
ful school spirit, and because of her superior qualities of leadership.
LENORE KLOC because of her inimitable animation in all her tasks on the
Activities and Advertising Committees of The Greyhound, and becaufe of her con-
tagious school spirit at every sports event.
MARTHA LUNDIN because of her celebrated vocal talents as shown in her
expert performance in "The Mikadoug because of her scholastic accomplishments and
her skill as Assistant Editor of The Greyhound.
GENEVIEVE MARCISZ because of her indispensable mastery as assistant treas-
urer of our class, and because she so effortlessly and cleverly handled the financial side
of our class activities.
MARCIA MERTELMEYER because of her brilliant academic record, and because
as Assistant Editor of The Greyhound, she has manifested efficiency par excellence.
FRANCIS MORRCJW because of his invaluable work as Business Manager of
The Greyhound and because he has so unselfishly donated his artistic talent for each
and every class activity.
MANNY OLIVEIRA because he was our envoy to Nutmeg Boys' Stateg because
of his untiring efforts as Class Representative, because as M. C. of the Talent Revue
for two years, his sparkling wit and personality made each production a smash hit.
EDDIE PORGORZELSKI because of his Herculean efforts in collecting single-
handed 356.60 for the Alumni Drive and because this sensational achievement pro-
vided the incentive which brought forth IOOW class contribution.
JEAN SABIO because of her superb artistic work for both the classbook and
class activities. and because she performed her many tasks as Assistant Manager of The
Greyhound with quiet proficiency.
DICK TUCKEY because as Captain of the football team he led the Greyhounds
across the gridiron to one of their best seasons in years.
CHRIS SHEEDY because of his energetic leadership as Vice-President of the Class
of 193-1 and because his vocal abilities have won for him the title of "Our Class
Ilzqqu Ifiglitli 'liuvz
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THE FOOTBALL SQUAD
Emerging from frequent defeats in the last few years, the Naugatuck High School
Greyhounds come back courageously to record one of its best sea-:ons in a long time. A
four-four record may not seem tremendous but for N. H. S. it was a great one. The spark
and spirit was not only provided by the team but by our coach. Raymond Legenza.
Under his guidance we took the field that warm September night and proceeded
to give Willuy one of its worst beatings in many years. The crowd which witnessed the
slaughter tsometimes called a contestj was never in doubt as to who was the master.
Naugy was paced by Capt. Dick Tuckey, Steven Martin, who perhaps played the best
game in his high school career added to this was some stellar line work by Kevin Daly
and W.1de Holland, as our boys went on to win by a lopsided score of 49-O.
The second game was a replica of the first, both home games, both night games
and both trouncings. This time it was a 37-0 rout of Torrington, a team which was
supposed to be a contender for the Legenzamen. However, the hard charging wall of
Naugy deserved the credit. Budgie Gabrielson and Bill Brewer, two underclassmen. did
a man sized job by breaking up plays and making some fierce tackles.
Witli Naugy's machine running smoothly, we met a powerful Derby team. This
game, which was a reversal of the first two, was a bitter battle all the way. After the
dust had cleared, the decisive play was a blocked pass by Kevin Daly, caught by Ralph
Tripp and a race for the goal which netted 65 yards for a T. D. The all important
extra point was provided by Dick Tuckey with a plunge through the center. Final
Score-Naugy 7 - Derby 6.
Rated 7th in the state, we next faced Crosby, regarded likewise among the Top
In the first half, we started slowly not seeming able to get rolling. Crosby, taking
advance of our lax playing, scored two touchdowns to take a I4-O lead at half time.
At the second half, a fighting, spirited bunch of determined ball players trotted out
on the field. After Kevin Daly tackled a Crosbyite in the end zone for a safety, Naugy
began a clrive of 97 yards in which we scored. But the obstacle was too great for us
to overcome. The Garnet and Grey bowed in defeat to the tune of 14-9.
A stubborn Leavenworth team was next on the agenda. Trailing by 7 points we
fought back in true Greyhound fashion, subduing the Red and Wliite by a score of
Up to this time we were riding smoothly on a 4-l record having amassed 125
points to our opposition's 27. Then the roof fell in as we met our down valley rival,
Shelton. After a scoreless half, Shelton rolled up 28 points, It marked the first time
P.l,c't' lfiglvly Fire
Tl IE GREY! IOUNIJ
during the season that Naugatuck has failed to score. Again we were plagued by a down
valley team. our neighbor, Seymour. When Capt. Tuckey hurt his ankle early in the
game, we were left with no offensive. This, plus some bad breaks of an intercepted
pass and a missed punt, resulted in our downfall. However.Tony Wrobel was magni-
ficent in defeat.
Thanksgiving Day and Ansonia loomed on the horizon. A nipping and an eager
air braced us for the fray, The kick off followed up by a touchdown completely stunned
us. Even a Don Doiron pass to Ray Marinko for a T. D. could not stop Ansonia. Our
star fullback Lou Farrar perhaps played his best game, his last for the Garnet and Grey.
We landed in Srd place in the Valley. lt was something to be proud of and
likewise we had four members of our team selected on the All-Valley Team. Three
were from the celebrated class of "54", and captains all! Dick Tuckey, Captain of
Football-AMWade Holland, Captain of Swimming and Kevin Daly, Captain of Basketball.
THE CLASS POEM
The time has come to say good-bye,
As we depart from Naugatuck Highg
The way through life is mighty long,
But we are youth-ambitious, strong.
We seek what all desire-success,
The well trod road to happinessg
We'll struggle on with eager feet,
Proclaiming victory-not defeat.
Let no ambition be too great,
To test our power-conquer fateg
Let loyalty color all we dog
To God and to ourselves be true,
Success comes not at our commandg
Deserve it-try to understandg
And to the world may we add loreg
Long life to the class of '54.
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At his hest when on the gridiron, Kevin,
with his vicious, crushing t.lckle, plus his glue-
lilce fingers on offensive, made his opponents
think twice when it crime to stopping him.
Selection on the All-Valley Team ended for
Kev ii perfect season.
Roger was the lL'AlIll'S field geneiuil, always
ciip.ihle of giving us that play for the extrii
yardage. His lrish smile w.is .ilw.iys present in
victory or defeat.
"A . Awww A
Lou, small hut mighty, was ii menace to the
hurly tackles of our opponents. Louie stole the
limelight in the Turkey day classic with his
rushes .tt Ansoniifs defensive wiill,
Pilgc Iiigffly Se 1 4,11
One of the heavier men on the Naugy line,
Stan was worth his weight in footballs. Al-
though a rookie, he shone like an old pro,
Wacle saw quite a bit of the opposing teams
backfield. His untiring efforts on defense mer-
ited his selection to the All-Valley Team.
. I A. '
Although an injury hampered Dan in the
pre season practice, he was ready for the open-
ing game. A true Greyhound, when the spirit
was low, he was still in there giving his ever-
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. 'va au.
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The punt returns of the best conditioned
player on the team were something to see
Wliezi a mistake was made Steve was ready to
come hack. He was outstanding in the Wilhy'
Although inexperienced at the beginning of
the season, his willingness to learn found him
ready for the opening game. Opponents ran
at Big Bill with their eyes closed.
Reliahle Chris was always there when need-
ed. He saw most service at the center position
and did a great joh. His importance to the
team was unparalleled.
Ilzge Eighty Nine
There could never have been a better cap-
tain. He was superior in every phase of the
game. Of all the honors his selection on the
All-State team was tops.
Ralph excelled on both offense and defense.
His Herculean efforts to subdue a determined
Derby team will be especially remembered.
A thundering crash, a Tony tackle! This man
was the best defensive player on the Grey-
Ilzlngu Nim 1.1 Om'
THE BASKETBALL SQUAD
Trinily Parirb 42-46
Naugy's own Greyhounds, with our new mentor, Ed Mariano, at the helm, showed
their shooting ability by downing a determined Trinity Parish of Ne Haven with a
-16-42 score. The Greyhound Quintet dominated the play till the final minutes when
they seemed to relax their defensive play. At this point the seniors proved their value
to the l.augrtuck hoop machine. Their cool play helped the Marianomen to go on
to a victory in their first start.
The Garnet suffered their first setback of the season at the hands of the Wildc.its
from Seymour. 'Ihis vas not an easily won victory for Seymour, becaue the scrappy
Greyhounds were fighting all the way for a victory over their newly found foe. The
:core was tied both at the half and at the third period but personal fouls proved fatal, as
our two ltigh scorers, Larry Terra and Captain Kevin Daly, were lost on 5 personals
each. Seymour capitalizing on this offset went on to a seemingly easy victoy in the
Fairfield Prep 35-S3
Notable for height and scoring ability, Fairfield Prep invaded the Y and decisively
beat the N. H.S. combine by a 53-35 score. Nemesis rode high that night as the
Sacred Heart 60-43
Naugy traveled to Waterbtlry where they played their first grme of the season on
the Armory floor. The nervous tension of the Greyhounds had a great bearing on the
final outset of the game. With Dick Colby paving the way, Sacred Heart got off to a
fist start which Naugy was never able to overcome. The second and third periods were
tight, but Larry Terra and Kevin Daly excelled for the Borough team by cutting the
cords for double figures.
In the traditional Christmas vacation game, the confident Grads who were led by
Yin Healy were knocked off their pedestal by a flashy Naugy 5. lt took more than
the book learning of the Alumni to defeat the Varsity! Witli Coach Mariano':s men
relying on the fast break, our high school team was never jeopardized by the height
of the Alumni. The coach substituted freely proving his confidence in Iris team.
Naugys leading scorer, Larry Terra, had another night as he collected points. Not to
be denied, Captain Daly also hit for points.
Two perennial foes met when Naugatuck and Ansonia clashed in their Valley
League game. It was Ansonia over the Garnet by a 48-43 score with Sam Olenchec
doing most of the damage, scoring 22 points and controlling both boards, Matching
basket for basket, the experience at the foul line proved the one loophole in the Gar-
net attack, as the Lavendar from down the Valley pulled slowly ahead. Larry Terra
kept us in the game by scoring from the outside and with Kevin Daly doing most of
the driving, the Greyhounds were contenders till the concluding seconds of the well
played contest. Every boy played commendably in this classic but the reserve strength
and the rebounding ability of Ansonia were just too much. Captain Kevin Daly and
Larry Terra were the two shining lights for the Greyhounds.
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KEVIN DALY-Captain Kev, .1 three-letter man, made basketball his best. On the
floor, Kevin kept the Greyhounds in control all the way. His spirit throughout the
season could be matched by none!
LARRY TISRRA---Dago was the high scorer on the team, hitting double figures
practically in every game. Larry, for a small man, continually out-jumped many of his
taller opponents. Placement on the All-Valley team ended for Larry a perfect season.
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The N. H. S. Basketeers completely astonished all the partisans at the Knights of
Columbus Hall in Bridgeport. They just missed beating the powerful Prep S. It was
a rough tussle with the Garnet committing 23 personal fouls which proved their
Waterloo for they outscored the Fairfielders from the floor 17 to l6. In the previous
encounter the Fairfielclers walloped Naugy 52-34 but this time Pep was lucky to walk
off the floor victorious. Ray Marinko, our elongated center, led all scorers by hitting
I0 times from the floor for 20 points, while Terra popped in 10.
The Copper City was the scene of a hectic basketball game when Naugatuck de-
feated its arch rival, Ansonia by a 60-56 score in an overtime period. The spirit dis-
played by the Marianomen could not be bested by either the clock or the home forces
of the Lavendar. It was a nip and tuck battle, for the score was tied any number of
times. Kevin Daly was the big gun for the Garnet for his moment of glory didn't come
once but twice.
Ansonia was leading our boys by two points when Kev sank a basket to tie and
then put us ahead with another quick tally. But at this point jack Ahern, who inciden-
tally scored 16 points, dribbled the length of the court and put in a hook shot to send
the game into overtime. Witli the score 54-ill the play was of high caliber and when
Naugy and Ansonia exchanged basket for basket, possession of the ball was the im-
portant factor. Captain Daly sent his 16th point rippling through the net and then
put his 18th point in to climax one of the best games of the season. The honor of
beating the Lavendar on their home court comes to few teams and the Greyhounds were
a proud group of boys that night. With the rebounding of Ray Marinko and the shoot-
ing of Larry Terra and Captain Kevin Daly, the Garnet was unbeatable.
The Quintet from the shore line town of Milford invaded the Y and were beaten
in one of the most crucial games of the season. Avenging their previous loss to the
Indians, the Garnet had to make a second half recovery to overcome an early splurge
of points garnered in the opening minutes of play by Milford. The outside shooting
of Larry Terra and the rebounding of Ray Marinko were the important factors in the
Naugy attack. Witli Milford leading in the opening minutes, Coach Mariano sent in
Charlie Doyle, a sophomore, who promptly sparked the team and aided the cause by
scoring I6 points. He was easily the high man in the game.
The Old Ivy and the Greyhounds clashed on the Armory floor with the Crosby-
ites coming off the victor. Naugatucks defeat was clue to the height of the opposing
quintet. Man for man, Crosby had the taller players but lacked the fight and spirit
displayed by the flashy Naugy 5. The Rubber Towners were never more than 4 points
away from a deadlock. Again it was an underclassman who did the burden of the work,
for Roy Stinson a sophomore, scored 18 points and was responsible for many baskets.
He along with his teammates played their hearts out. The height factor proved costly.
Though they did not win, they succeeded in putting a scare into the Naugatuck Valley
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To prove that the previous victory over the Wildcats was not won by just a
fortunate break, the fired-up Greyhounds completely humbled Wilby by a 59-47 score.
Witli Roy Stinson and Kevin Daly accounting for more than half the team's total,
scoring 18 and l-1 points respectively, the Garnet lead was never jeopardized by the
boys from the Grove Street school. Naugy jumped off to a fast start by scoring 12
points before Willuy' even scored a point. The quarter ended with our boys leading by
a comfoxtable margin of I5 to 3. Witli Coach Mariano employing a man for man de-
fense, Willwy was helpless while the Naugy lads seemed to score at will. The fast
stepping Greyhounds took one more step toward the State Tournament. The question
of the moment wasf"W!ould they be able to upset one of their remaining foes?" Our
boys played that night as though they would.
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The N, ll. S. combine opened the game with a quick flurry of points and built up
a 10 point lead by the climax of the second quarter. Sacred Heart came back in the
third and final periods to just nip our boys out of a victory. Both teams needed this
game while the Boroughites just missed upsetting the East Enders from Waterbury.
Tension mounted as the game grew tighter and tighter toward the closing minutes of
play. Then Ray Marinko, our lanky center, fouled out while checking the Hearts' star,
At this point they broke the game wide open and won for themselves their
tourney birth. Larry Terra again headed the scoring column by notching 17 points
which was high for the game. The young Naugy team now had to play the powerful
Red Raiders the next night for the final attempt at the coveted victory.
Coach Mariano took his boys to Torrington to meet the Red Raiders. The winner
was slated to go to New Haven to the tournament. The Torrington Armory was
packed to the rafters to see this crucial contest. A battle of rebounds, the shooting on
both sides was off because of the tenseness of the opposing players. Ray Marinko and
Roy Stinson led the opening attack and the Rubber Towners quickly built a 10 point
lead. The defending N. V. L. champions were frustrated and a very confused aggrega-
tion of boys. They continually called time to collect their thoughts. The pace was fast
and the two teams walked off the floor with our boys leading by 4 lowly points.
The third quarter opened up fast and furious with both teams matching basket for
basket while the Garnet still held their minute lead. Wih the same 5 men playing the
whole game, one could see that our boys were tiring. Coach D0nahue's boys pulled
slowly ahead and finally won by 9 points when the final buzzer sounded. Two games
in two nights were too much for our young basketeers. They played strenuously and
consistently but defeat could not be avoided.
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Meeting the engineers from Leavenworth, the galloping Greyhounds won their
third victory of the season and the first in Valley League competition by downing the
Tech Tigers S2-50. Employing a pass and cut technique, Naugy got off to a fast start
with Roy Mallane leading the offensive. The play was tight, right down to the last
whistle but the Boroughites controlled both boards which proved a vital asset. The
Greyhounds put on the climaxing touch by freezing the ball wtih a minute to go and
held the Tigers to one lone basket. Roy Mallane was high scorer collecting 13 points,
mostly on drive shots, while Terra tallied with 8.
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The Milford Indians humbled Naugatuck at the Milford gym collecting a score of
55-39. Naugy could not do much on the strange floor as the man to man defense
collapsed owing to the vastness of this court. Milford completely dominated the whole
game while Coach Mariano got a good look at some of his bench material in this
contest. True-to-form Larry Terra was high man with 12 points and Frank Monahan
The Rubber Towners met a confident Crosby 5 on the armory floor in Waterbury.
Our boys showed the spark and fight which made great Naugatuck teams of the past.
lt was a hard defeat to take, for the Greyhounds played truly fine ball but just didn't
get the breaks of the game which are so vital in the sport of basketball. In this game,
the pass work on both sides was superb. Naugy trailed all through the game but was
never more than five points away from a deadlock.
Crosby was picked to ovehwhelm our boys but was happy to eke out a victory. In
the final seconds, Crosby pulled a fast break and scored while joe Trapasso iced the
contest by sinking a couple of foul shots. Larry Terra had his best night of the season
by hooping in 18 points while his teammates played commendably. There was glory
in defeat as the Greyhounds put more than one scare in a powerful Crosby combine.
The Garnet temporarily ended the Wilby supremacy knocking off the Grove
Streeters 49-48. Roy Stinson, the smallest man on the squad, played the key role in
this game. It was a see-saw battle all the way till the concluding seconds showing on
the clock. At this point Roy Stinson drove in for a shot and was fouled by joe Silva,
Wilby's star center. Pandemonium broke loose from the 1500 spectators as Roy stepped
to the line. His first shot rimmed around and out and with all the pressure centered
on the young Sophomore, he put the next one clean through the hoop. True to the old
Naugy tradition of being calm, cool, and collected, Roy came through in the pinch.
Wilby quickly took the ball down court and Captain Dick Ierardi fired a shot
which just missed. Again Stinson took the rebound. The Greyhounds froze the ball
for the few remaining seconds as the clock ran out. This was one of Naugy's biggest
victories and again it was led by Terra, who scored 15 points with Roy Stinson account-
ing for 10 markers.
Led by Gerry Alaimo, who scored 26 points, the Torrington Red Raiders racked
up the highest total of points against the Garnet for this season, by defeating them
67-43. The Quintet from up the Valley just had too much on the ball for it was prac-
tically a score-at-will contest. With Nemesis riding high on her white horse, the Grey-
hounds were a frustrated group of boys. The one consolation of Coach Mariano was
the vibrant play of the underclassmen led by Frank Monahan, who hopped up 8 points.
The Garnet stepping off to a 15 to 4 advantage in the first five minutes, com-
pletely overwhelmed the Tech Tigers by a 57-41 score. The Greyhounds virtually wiped
the stripes right off the snarling tiger. Captain Kevin Daly broke his scoring slump by
pumping in 12 points while Ray Marinko, junior center scored 13. Coach Mariano
cleared the bench by the final buzzer with all players seeing action. This was Nauga-
tuck's most impressive victory to date. The closest that Tech came to the Borough
Quinta-t's score was six points but the Greyhounds quickly rallied to overpower the
Leavenworth team from the Brass City.
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We salute Coach Sullivan and his 1954 Garnet Tankers for a record of which
THE SWIMMING TEAM
Once again in 19541 the Naugatuck mermen were a team of which Naugy was
rightly proud. Under the easy-going but forceful guidance of Coach Alex Gimbo Sul-
livan, the team achieved an admirable record of seven wins and three losses, ranking
second in the Southern Division standings. We were also proud of the Naugy tankers'
fourth place showing in the State Championships.
Our 160 yard relay team of Wade Holland, Bob Sawicki, Dave Cronin, and Budge
Gabrielson, set a new school record for that event with the sensational time of 1:18.9,
in which they broke their own record of 1119.2 of a few weeks earlier. This relay team
also took third place in the State Championships.
The class of 'S-i was well represented on the squad with six invaluable members,
led by Captain Wade Holland, a matchless sprinter and 100 yard breaststroker, Bob
Saxzicki, our most valuable swimmer, placed second in the S0 yard freestyle at the state
meet and was throughout the year a great asset to the team, swimming both freestyle
Indispensable in swimming the 200 yard freestyle and the relays was Dave Cronin,
:nother first rate Senior. Stanley Gesseck who began the season as a diver turned the
table by developing into a crack backstroker.
Bill Lee was a stalwart swimmer in the 200 yard freestyle, an event calling for
the stamina which Bill was ever ready to produce. Bruce Erickson, slicing through the
water in the 100 yard breaststroke, proved to be a capable and enthusiastic member.
Naugy is justly proud.
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Hartford Public Naugatuck
Hillhouse -10 ,........ Naugatuck
Hamden 30 ,.....,..., Naugatuck
Sacred Heart S9 Naugatuck
Wilbur Cross 22 Naugatuck
East Haven 27 ......., Naugatuck
Canterbury Prep ...... Naugatuck
Warren Harding 20 ....,. Naugatuck
Crosby 55 ........ Naugatuck
Greenwich 28 .... Naugatuck
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Wkide was .1 captain in every sense of the Bill was another converted gridiron man, At his first try out, Bob pleasantly surprised
word. Indispensable in the 160 yard relay, he showing his superior ability in the 200 yard everyone in making the 40 yards in less than
often p wided the spirit which carried the freestyle. A sound and sturdy swimmer, there Z2 seconds Needless to say, he was immedi-
Garnet Tankers ti victory. was no fear of the enemy with Bill in the ately adopted as a regular and became a back-
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THE GIRLS' BASKETBALL
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The final score 3-i-555 The Senior girls have won their second season in the In-
tramural league. Twice the sparkling Senior girls led by their able joan Rossi, have
defeated the Freshmen, Sophoniores and juniors.
During our Freshman year the Seniors were amazed to see the spirit and speed
our team showed. "'lhese girls are going to be early champions." How true these
x.ords were! Under the capable leadership of Miss Qretella, we captured the title in our
Bound and determined to attain it again in our Senior year, we bravely faced our
fiist opponent, the juniors. But alas! Our spirit was somewhat dampened as we met
a determined bevy of girls who were going to launch forth in an attempt to upset our
determination to win the championship. For a few dim moments it seemed as though
the Seniors were going to be downed. But with capable teamwork of Kathryn Kissane,
Florence Phillips, judy Foley, joan Rossi, Phyllis Weluster, Karen Carlson, and Betty
Mazaika, the Seniors excelled with flying colors and the championship. The final score
was 5-l to 55.
As Freshmen, physical education was new and exciting. Under the competent
leadership of Mrs, Daly, we grew accustomed to this strange and wonderful subject.
Our Sophomore year brought a new teacher, Miss Lynch. Many of us were intro-
duced to tennis, badminton, and softball.
Although we were disappointed to see Miss Lynch leave, she was replaced by the
capable Miss Cretella. Still more, physical education was brought into the limelight. A
favorite was the modern dance. Spring board and tumbling were brought into the
As the girls of the Senior class look back on the past four years, they will, we
think, always remember their "Gym Days."
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THE PROPH ECY
The year-1964. The setting-somewhere in the exosphere. The place-the pres-
surized cabin of "The Garnet and Gray Glory", a space ship par excellence designed
by jOE BIELANCS. The pilots-RUSS STABLEY and DAVE SEARS. The plot-
our two pilots. weary of the monastic life in outer space, are contemplating an unprece-
dented action-to re-enter the earth's atmosphere and determine. via the atomic TV
receiver built by LITTLE ROG ANDERSON and RICHARD MORTENSON, how
their fellow classmates are faring after ten years of being "on their own."
STABLEY to SEARS:"Pressurize the cabinvweve entered the earth's atmosphere,
according to the radar screen, we should be approaching the Atlantic Coast of the
United States. Over."
SEARS to STABLEY: "Roger-Cabin depressurizedn-I've picked up Florida on
the TV receiver."
These two flyers managed to see every one of their classmates. This is the report
of a day's wandering.
In Florida, jUDY FOLEY'S AQUATIC SCHOOL is in progress. WADE HOL-
LAND, Olympic Swimming Champ, is training there for his channel swim. RALPH
TRlPP'S the star third base-man for the Red Sox. Petite BARB KACKOWSKI is
relaxing on Daytona Beach. She's secretary to LOU FARRAR, the Wzill Street tycoon.
ARNIE'S Hotel is now the gathering-place for the elite. Mr. WAIT'E'S done
rather well for himself. Appearing nightly there is MANNY OLlVEIRA'S band,
featuring MARTY LUNDIN as vocalist. Several celebrities can be seen there fre-
quently-among them vivacious PAT STOKES, the pantomime artist.
Farther north-CAROL GUSTAFSON'S in Kentucky, teaching in a little mission
school, SENATOR ANDY KAPl:ER's busy in Wasliington. He has two attractive
secretaries, FRAN MARIANO and BARBARA SMITH. His old buddy, HOWIE
SCHWARTZ, has just been named Chief justice of the Supreme Court. The coast
guard is very fortunate in having ROG QUINT at the helm. FRAN SUCHENSKI
is the girl who takes his dictation.
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New York has many familiar faces.-BRUCE ERICKSON has replaced Mad-Man
Murtz in the automotive business, it's rumored that he's infinitely more successful.
Graceful LINDA EKLUND, heads his sales department, and he even employs his own
certified public accountants-LARRY TERRA and FRANCIS MORROW. His able
staff of mechanics is under the guidance of BILL MARONEY and BOB BARKER.
At Radio City is CHRIS SHEEDY'S incomparable TV show, starring radiant
FRAN VIEIRA, Broadway's current favorite, and GLENDA BURTNETT, Metropoli-
tan Opera's luminary. SALLY KOPP and CLAIRE KOZICH do the hair-styling and
dress designing, respectively for all of CHRIS'S shows. Other familiar names in lights
are DOT GABIANELLI and PAUL ROSA, giving a joint recital at Town Hall to an
enthralled audience. PAUL has composed a concerto for piano and violin. This is his
premiere. One of New York's newer building houses Dr. TOM BEHRMAN'S CLINIC.
TOM'S making quite a name for himself in the medical world. Working with him in
scientific medical research are ANG DE CARLO and her assistant, GINNY PEREIRA.
BEV. HENNESSEY and BARB LYONS are his secretaries, LENORE KLOC and
JOAN RUSSET his head nurses, and peppy PHYLLIS WEBSTER and FLUFFY
PHILLIPS, his physical therapists.
There was a search for other Naugy grads in New York-EILEEN FITZGER-
ALD was discovered as editor-in-chief of the Journal, PAT THIBODEAU is pho-
tography editor. JACK ST. JOHN, the advertising manager of Mademoiselle, has a
great line surrounded by beautiful women--like JUNE LE VASSEUR and PAT
BRADSHAW, top fashion models .....
FATHER BOB BERGIN says Mass daily at St. Patricks Cathedral. The Cathe-
dral was recently rebuilt by RICH BONCAL, assisted by MORT SWAN, his chief
electrician. The Brooklyn Bridge has been replaced by a new, giant super structure
with LENNY PETERSON and RUSS JOHNSON, the engineers. BILL BOYD en-
gineered the highway approaching it. Speaking of Brooklyn, BILL CAULFIELD has
bought the Dodgers. His rich uncle died and left him a fortune. Opposing his team
almost yearly in the World Series are two Yankees-KEV DALY and DICK TUCKEY.
In Naugatuck our co-pilots found many old friends. The new high school is
well populated with alumni, KATE KISSANE is the principal, MARCIA MIIRTEL-
MEYER heads the Math department. KATE'S secretary is IRENE GESEK. STEVE
MARTIN returned from Purdue to coach football at his Alma Mater. The French
students, especially the boys, are eager to come to class now that KAREN HAMPEL
has taken over in that department. CONNIE SANTARSIERE is head librarin-and
JACKIE ARDRY can be seen doling out an assignment in busines procedures. As
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BETTY MAZAIKAS the new Physical Ed teacher, the old gang is almost all to-
gether again. tl wonder if they still have pajaina parties?J KAREN CARLSON is
teaching dramatics. She got her start in Room 23ften years ago. SHIRLEY GA-
BRIELSKI is secretary to jACK VVHITE. superintendent of schools.
COMMANDER 'IACQK HUTT and LIEUTENANT RAY SOBIRESKI are home
on leave from the U. S. Navy. Presiding behind the desk in the Mayor's office of the
city hall is genial ROG BRENNAN. puffing a fat cigar and dictating to ANNE
TOLLE, his secretary. His campaign manager in the recent election was DAN ZU-
BANCH. the man behind the scenes in local politics. A few paces down on Church
Street is energetic DAN LAMBRIDES, editor of the Daily News. Across the street is
IIENNESSEYS HABERDASHERY. GERRY attracts his customers with his ever-
winning smile. His head buyer, MARY HORAN, keeps the ladies coming with her
swank selections. JIM GIBBONS. manager of the A and P, has made the Naugatuck
store one of the best in the chain. BEN KERSKI assists him behind the meat counter,
wielding his cleaver with a mighty hand. On the other end of Church Street, DOUG
OLSON of the Savings Bank is locking the vault prior to leaving for a round of golf.
Hc-'d be lost without red-headed PAT SWICQK to keep those accounts straight.
'IACIK LENNERS has just taken a new partner in his service station. Wlio else but
IIIMMY BEST! jlMMY KEAN is head mechanic in this growing concern. The
housewives of Naugatuck have no worries now that EDDY POGORZELSKI is creat-
ing such delicacies in his ultra-moclern bakery. . . .
'l he offices ot' the U. S. Rubber Company are being graced by the presence of
ELLEN PASSECQK and MARY TUMMARELLO-two busy. efficient secretaries.
Their cohorts GINNY HENRICHS and ELLEN BUTXWELL are just returning from
lunch. They really enjoy working for their boss. SCOTTY ANDREWS. 'IAN STAN-
KIEWICQZ is his new secretary. LEE GREISBACQH is in lights on Broadway. Her
latest triumphfMedea! St. Mary's Hospital in Vlfaterbury is fairly bursting at the
seams with Naugatuck personnel. Cheery JOAN ROSSI keeps the children from being
homesick with the diverting way she treats them. The male patients are soon up and
around with diminutive ANN LAEO as their nurse. A group of probationers are sink-
ing hypodermic needles into oranges. MARY ANN NOLAN. their instructor, is show-
ing them the technique, SYLVIA OBST and 'IANE CIHRISTIE, as attractive as ever,
are efficiently training student nurses. LOIS HAMM is student secretary.
WARREN MERCER is St. Mary's newest intern. The Wrlterbury Hospital has
its share of enthusiastic alumnae too. ROSLYN KOSAKOSKI gives a friendly greet-
ing to new arrivals from behind her recepti0nist's desk. just coming down from OR
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is LORRAINE BRAUN. keeping a careful eye on her patient. SHIRLEY FULLER
looks very modern. showing a proud papa his new little boy. Head nurse NANCY
LUBANDA keeps the whole system functioning, as it should.
At bit farther north-at Brainard Iiield in Hartford, BILL BARANAUSKAS is
seen giving the engine of TWA's newest airliner a final check! The pilot is dis-
covered to be DON BAKER, with his stewardesses, LOIS FOX and SHIRLEY
MIKE SHARON is being checked in by BARB BENZ, another attractive stew-
ardess. MIKE, st.1te police commissioner, is headed for Wfashington. MARILYN
ORIS, his private secretary, is going along to take notes on the proceedings. CORINA
BERGANZA is returning to her native Guatamala. In Hartford, G. Fox's windows are
sparkling with an array of the very latest in clothes for the debutante. They're the work
of CAROLE JOY, top fashion consultant. And Ifox's has been attracting twice the
usual number of customers since JEAN SABIO'S been drawing their ads. Over in the
sporting department CHARLIE VEST is trying to interest ARLENE SPUROSKY
and JOAN COWAN in some skiis for their lflorida vacation, water skiis! ARLENE
and JOAN are working in the capitol as assistants to TONY RUSATE, head of the
Bureau ol' Internal Revenue. Right next door, LORRAINE RAUCCI is typing a
letter dictated by her boss, His Excellency the Governor.
Its been rumored that big ROC ANDERSEN is working on his third million
in the Texas oilfields. Naturally, no town would be complete without a glimpse of
him-iso our two pilots headed west, On the way, in Indianapolis, TED KACKOW-
SKI, king of the speedway, was seen trying to better the worlds record which he set
last year. Whiting in the pit is BOB CARON, his speedy mechanic. Chicago-Navy
men BOB SAWICQKI, EARLY DOUTY and DAVE CRONIN are seeing the sights
of the XX!indy City. They're on their fourteen day re-enlistment leave. The Waves
-V---represented by MARGARET THRALL and MARY GRABOWSKI-ztrc on their
way to recruit for the Navy via EARL PHILLIPS radio broadcast. This commentator
interviewed NANCY MACDONALD last week. She thrilled the audience with tales
of deathadefying motorcycle stunts. JANE NOLAN and JOAN KLEIVA find there's
never a dull moment working there.
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TONY WROBEL is with ROG in Texas. The life of a bachelor appeals to
TONY. Head of productions for their oil company is FRED PETERSON, whose
efficiency accounts for half of TONY'S millions! Commanding Fort Bliss in El Paso
is JIM I-IU'I T. DON SUNBURY is another "wheel" down there.
'lhe class of 195-I is famous even in Hollywood. FRAN REBELLO'S the feature
attraction at MGM these days. In private life this beauty is married and sends her
little girl to SHIRLEY JOHNSON'S Day School. CATHERINE LOKITES and
JOAN HOTCHKISS are her able assistants. They have their hands full explaining
to Hollywood children why the three R's are as important as movies. FLORENCE
KLIMOWICZ, RKO's head receptionist, lunches daily with MARY LOU PHILLIPS
who provided the technical information for RKO's documentary film on Physical
Therapy. TWIRP PRESTO answers the flashing lights of the Studio's switchboard.
Shes known as the girl with the smiling voice. Soft-spoken DON GAVIN has de-
veloped into quite a director. All of the studios are clamoring for him. He refuses to
work without his gifted assistants, JOAN OWENS and LORRAINE PECK.
The next stop in Alaska-finds LEROY MORINE working for the government
as an engineer. He is discussing plans for a new hydro-electric dam with DON
TRIANO, whom the U. S. Army placed in charge of the project. GENEVIEVE
MARCISZ, who campaigned so vigorously for Alaskan statehood has been named its
first Secretary of State. JUNE HOTCHKISS and MURIEL GREENE deciding against
a Southern vacation are spending their two weeks in Alaska. Johns Hopkins must be
lost without them. They've been tobogganing with BOB SORTINO and STAN
GESSECK, who have been sent to this newest state by Uncle Sam's Army. The GAG-
NON EXPORT COMPANY is doing a thriving business up here. JOEL employs
MARY JANE LINEWEBER and JOANNE BEHLMAN as his secretaries.
On the last stop we saw Paris. SANDRA LAVALLEE and JOAN MURPHY, two
Navy nurses, are taking life easy while their ship is in dry dock for repairs. MARY
LOU LINSKEY and MURIEL ANDERSON are doing statistical research on economic
conditions in France for UNESCO. BILL LEE is touring Europe-having inherited
his family's fortune. His private secretary HERB JENSEN, always travels with him.
At this point, having seen every one of their classmates, and being thoroughly
satisfied with their day, the two pilots re-entered the exosphere to spent another 10 years
of loneliness,--loneliness enriched with memories.
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XVithout a song the day would never end, and so with this thought the school
ycar ot' H253-it opened As wo look hack to the lfall, we see the hand under the
direction ol' Mr. Ruggiero. lead the lians and tlae team on to a line foothall season. 'l he
hnnd was small. hut v hat they lacked in -ize. they made up in volume.
The choir at this stage was in husy preparation tor the annual Christmas concert
called "A Song ot' Christmas". 'Ihis cantati was presented with ease, following only
long hours ot' rehearsing. Three -oloists were heard during the seventeen minute song.
They were Martha Lundin. Glenda Uurtnett, and Chris Sheedy. Roger Anderson was
Witli the coming ot' the new year, the spring music' program was posted. lfirst
ol' these tour programs was the Gilhert and Sullivan operetta, "'I'he Mikado," 'l'he list
was completed by the spring conceit, the trip to the Metropolitan Opera Houre in New
York to see "La Boheme," and our annual talent revue with Manny Oliveira as master
ol' ceremonies. Each production was specialized hy the trademark ot' professionals, not
that ot' amateurs. The senior girls' sextet was one of the many shining lights, 'lhey ap-
peared on telexision sexeral times and highlighted their careers at N.H.S. at the spring
concert, Members were Pat Bradshaw. Martha Lundin, Carol joy. Dorothy Gahianelli,
Glenda llurtnett and l,ois Ifox.
'lhroughout our high school years. the complete music program has heen among
the tinest in Naugy's history. It prox ided the light, gay side ot' our education.
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Seven tlasses strong we met ii1 the Dramatits Room in late September. We m.1de
history e.1rly in our iareer with tl1e four segregated aggregations.
We were stared--some of us. Why not! More than .1 few of us found tl1.1t our
hearts tould beat like a trip hammer. And when we were called upon to emote, we
wished we were hundreds of miles away. Such tlammy handsl What big eyes our
tlassmates had! Stage fright!
llowever we forted ourselxes to look confident. With the llard of Axon we as-
sumed .1 xirtue -,if we h.1d it not. llad we not s.1id Htl-.l-.1-lln at home for ten minutes
daily during the past week! llad we not breathed- iluite properly-as we had been
diretted? And sueh laeial expressions as we had foited ourselves to present!
But when tl1e bell sounded the antitipated end of tl1e period on th.1t first day, we
breathed n.1turally .1g.1in and' Vregretfully. Uur lirst step at self conquest had been
taken and for the most part sueeessfully. lfor in eaeh class two winning seniors were
xoted into Golden Lane.
With the arrival of the setond week, .1 tertain assurante was ours. We tontluered
Anger, llatred, Sartasm, llgotism, lndignation. Our greatest milestone was reaehed
as lot! odd seniors le.1ped into the airf-f individually of eoursef-is we personified joy,
to the atiompaniment of the words of "A 'l'ouehdown, A Touchdown" which eehoed
and re-ethoed into the far reathes of the tl1ird floor tornidor. With this agile act, .1ll
of our past fears seemed to haxe exapoiated--'we were lH.l5lCI'5 of the spoken word?
ln Spartatus to the Gladiators. we rounded out our primal training,
lnto tl1e realm of poetry we s.1iled during the next week, learning the value of the
klI'.ll1l.lllL' pause in saving our rendition from .1 mundane, sing song effect.
lire we were aware, Christmas loomed on the horizon with the promise of skits.
Wl1at .1 magie word! But problems arose. With two classes of damsels with nary .1
l.1d enrolled who would be Santa Claus! We solxed that nitely- at le.1st we girls did.
'l'he distafl' side needed no masculine aid. With the help of .1 few pillows added to
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Santy's costume, we produced two of the jolliest, roly-poly Santas that anyone ever gazed
upon. For proof, ask Fran Rebello to show you her set of colored snapshots. Girl
Santas can be captivating.
We saw the gamut of emotions garbed in gay, holiday costumes. Angels, animated
stars, cherubim, seraphim, carollers, the pig tail set, mommies, daddies, brash brats
and reindeer passed in a Yuletide panorama. And every class recaptured the rapturous
moments of childhood when we sat in a circle on the floor, as Miss Grainger read to
us in hushed tones: "The Night Before Christmas."
Following Yuletide and with the arrival of 1954, we met the long awaited tryout
for Class Book skits. What a wealth of entertainment was ours. Fifteen were selected.
The fortunate Thespians included versatile Roge Brennan and his troupe of saucy third
"graders", wherein pert Martha Lundin tripped capricious judy Foley, as roguish
Lou Farrar blew a pink bubble gum monstrosity, to more huge proportions than were
ever seen outside the comics. Prexy Kev Daly presented his troupe in a spirited pro-
duction, cleverly executed, in collaboration with Tom Behrmang Karen Carlson, the
Queen of the Cheer Leaders, agile Fran Mariano and diminutive Ann Lafo. Fran
Vieira who proved herself an Emcee of A+ rank, at Christmas time, went on to gar-
ner new honors as a tragedienne. Veep Chris Sheedy brought Alice in Wonderltliid to
life with the able assistance of clever Pat Stokes, jack White and petite Lenore Kloc.
Space Ships were in evidence as Fran Suchenski and Arline Spurosky with the aid of
their mothers' colanders took us on aerial adventure. But the highlight was reached
when our class Venus, june LeVasseur, led her troupe in presenting the Hicksville
Variety Show of ancient vintage, with costumes retrieved for the occasion from the
family trunks in dusty attics. And the classics were not overlooked by vivacious Lee
Griesback in her stunning Cleopatra costume.
Skits were temporarily placed in abeyance as Microphone Technique was the order
of the day, allowing us to write our own scripts. Our enunciation improved.
And now as the Greyhound goes to press we are looking forward to tryouts for
Class Day. We are ransacking radio, TV, magazines and our own somewhat limited
creative powers for ideas. May Lady Luck smile upon us.
Dramatics? Traditionally dear to every Senior we heartily endorse it. Our one
regret is that we were limited to one weekly class!
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HONOUR TO WHOM HONOUR IS DUI2
Once again we of The Greyhound are indebted to our friends, Chief among them
we thank most heartily our advertisers-one and all. But especially our gratitude is
conveyed to our sponsors who gave us full page ads.
The United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Lumber Company
Breen's Sport Shop Peter Paul, Im.
Naugatuck Dairy Ice Cream Company Bristol Company
Thibodeau Studio Naugatuck Chemical Company
The juniorettes Wiilter Boncal--Contractor
'I'hurston's Sons Alex Samborski--Contfactor
To our printer, Mr. Nolan of Perry Press, our class photographer, Mr. Thibodcau,
and the Valley Engraving Co. our appreciation.
And though somewhat unconventional, we should like to mention at this time
the record breaking Alumni Drive of 19541, in which we collected 5527.40 Most out-
standing is the fact that every member of The Senior Class helped to collect this Slim.
.1 l00'I2 contribution therefore, of which we are a whit proud?
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MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
ROGER W. ANDERSON ANGELA DE CARLO
jACQUELlNE ARDRY BRUCE ERICKSON
THOMAS BEHRMAN EILEEN FITZGERALD
BARBARA BENZ jUDY FOLEY
ROBERT BERGIN SHIRLEY GABRIELSKI
Roger W. Anderson
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1954
Mary jane Lineweber
Mary Lou Linskey
Mary Ann Nolan
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Roger W. Anderson .
Wfilliam Boyd .... .,.,....
Wfade Holland .....
Bruce Erickson ......
Pat Stokes ......,....
Pat Swiek ,....,.
-lane Nolan ,...,
Kathryn Kissane ........
Shirley Goggin ..
llorenee Phillips ..,,.. .
Connie Santarsiere .....
Marcia Mertelmeyer ..,.
.Iaequeline Ardry .....,.
'Ioan Russett ...........
Betty Mazaika ..,..
Ioan Rossi ..,.....
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-Ioan Cowan ..... . ......i..,. .
Ellen Butwill ............,.
Virginia Pereira ,....
Roger Quint .,.,i....,
Howard Schwartz .....
Shirley Gahrielsl-ci .....
Lorraine Raueei .......
Thomas Behrman ,,..,
Martha Lundin ..,..,
judy Foley ..... ...,.
Ralph Tripp .
Anne Toole ...,.... ......
Frederic Peterson ...,
lfrantes Rehello .
Frances Mariano ....
-Ioan Murphy .....,,.
Sylvia Ohst .
Frances Suehenski .....
l.ee Grieshath ....,,... .
Barhara Ann Benz
Barhara Lyons .............
jane Christie ,,,.. ....,..,..
Russell Stahley ........ ..
Barhara Kaerkowski ..
Nancy I.uBanda .....
jean Sahio ....,,,.....,.
Mary Ann Nolan ....,
Carole joy ....,,,,,.
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Karen Carlson ...... 16 months
Wailter Andrew ....... ,. ,...... ..4 years
rrances Viera ........ ....... 2 V2 years
Lois rox ,,.............. ........ 1 year
Eileen titzgerald . .,.. ........ 2 years
Catherine Lokites ..,.,. ........... 2 years
Roslyn Kosakoski ....., 11 months
Richard Boncal ,,,... ....... ..... 1 y ear
june Levasseur ...,,........ .....,.. 5 years
Ellen Passeek ......... ....,,,, 2 years
.Genevieve Mareisz .... ....... 2 V2 years
Pat 'Ihihodeau ....... ......,... 3 92 years
Phyllis Weluster .,..,.. 15 months
LJ1lI'1 Lamhrides ...,... ,...... 2 M years
Billy Caulfield ...... ...,.... 2 years
Linda Ekluntl .............,.... ....,,.. 1 year
Angela Presto ............... ..... 6 years
joan Hotchkiss ....... 10 months
june Hotchkiss ....... 10 months
Lorraine Braun ....... ....... 3 V2 years
Mary Horan ..,..... .......... 6 months
Shirley ruller ........,,. 10 months
Stanley Gesseek ..,.,,. ,.... 1 year
Mary Lou Linskey .,.... .,....,. 2 years
Carol Gustafson ........... ...,. 1 year
Arline Spurosky .........,....., ......, 1 W years
Wlilliani Baranauskus .,...... 4 years
Rohert Bergin ........ ..5 months
Karin Hampel ...... ,, ...... 2 years
Kevin Daly ....... ....... 2 W years
joan Kleiva .,..,.... ....... 6 months
Angela DeCarIo ....... ....... 2 VZ years
Russell johnson ..,,... ....... 1 W years
Ann Lato .....,........... ...,.... 5 years
Mary Tummarello .... ........ 2 years
joe Bielanos .......,,,... ....,. ..,..... 4 y ears
Larry Terra ..,,...........,......,,.... 18 months
Francis Morrow ..... ....... 1 M years
Lois Hamm ....... 10 months
Marilyn Oris ...,.,.. ........ 2 years
Glenda Burtnett ......... ..,..... 1 year
Ilorenee Klimowicz ...... ..,,,... 3 years
Shirley johnson ...,...,.,. ........ 2 years
Margaret Thrall . .,..... H8 months
Sandra LaVallee .......,. ...1 month
Mary Lou Phillips .,,.. ...... 1 year
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'IIIE ALUMNI DRIVE
CLASS Ol: 1954
February 8, 1954
Irene Gesels Barbara Kaczkowski
Marion Sullivan '49
Flenor Perruccio '50
joan Pronovast '50
llelen Lasky '52
fern Marques Walsli '47
ihomas E. W.ilsl1 '47
L. Irene Rieeuito
Mr. Ralph Arelry
Mrs. Ralph Ardry
Patty Behlm.ln '55
Patty M. Behlman
Mary Beth King
Henry F. Benz
Henry A. Benz
Mrs. Henry Benz
lulie' Butwill '53
Frances Butwill '57
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butw
Lois Swanson '55
Corp. j.unes F. Hennessey
Mary jane Costello
Mr. and Mrs. W.1lter Pernal
Llaytoa F. Davis '07
Clayton S. Davis '41
Ruth Ruhin Sehwartz '51
Rohert Harvey '52
Riehard Kelley '51
Beverly Ash '57
ranees DeBarher '57
i lorenee McKenna '57
We'nely' Sehooley '57
Carolyn Karhowicz '57
l.ynn Kazainekas '57
jo Ann W.ilsli
juely Wllite '56
Barhara Huelohenko '57
Margaret Kaezkowski '57
Mrs, Helena Krause, Pgh, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Ciak, Pgh, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. A, Kraska, Pgh, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. R. McWriglit, Pa.
W.ilter Kean '55
Ruhy Oldakowski ,
Benyamin Kerski '54
Mrs. Anna Kerski
Mrs. Berta Shepard
Theresa Healy '50
Daniel Healy '47
Mrs. Ann Healy
Baranowski R Nloore
Wfestern Alito Store
Rudy's Pants Shop
lludy's New Zippers Replaeeel
Vies Smoke Shop
'l'homas j. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gagnon
Barbara Bradshaw '52
Fred Are her
Carole Ann Crelan
Mis. w'llll.lll1 Kleiya
Mrs. lirlward Crelan
Florence Klimowiez '54
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fazzino
D. W. Walters
Mrs. Catherine Rielly
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grickis
june Ann Kalinowski
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabio
George, Anne Harper
Anne Harper George
Lucy Fazzino '42
Mrs. Mary Vieira
Antonio j, Vieira, jr.
Mrs. Mary Marques
Mary Luiza Marques
Mrs. Hilda Lopes
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Am idor
Fran Vieira '54
Tony and Helen Amador
Barbara MCHale '56
juely Hart '56
Thelma Nelson '56
joseph E. Ruccio, jr,
Louis W. Rose
Ruhy N. Andrew '33
Mrs. David Claburner
Rosemarie Augelli '46
jan N. '56
Vfalton Clark, Ballston Spa, N.Y
Ivlr. Ex Mrs. Henry j. We-lls, N.Y.
.Delores Terra '56
Phyliss Hermonat '55
Hallie Ann Eklund
judith Louise Eklund
Mrs, H. Dielc
Mrs. G. Errico
Mrs. Carmine DelGaizo
Mrs. james Cross
Mr. jamns Cross
Mrs. IZ. Hartwell
Mr. David Swanson
Mr. Harold Wfoodfield, Sr.
Mrs. Harold Wfoodfield, Sr.
Tina Grant '56
Pat Garbukas '57
Mary G, Wfysocki
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gesek
Genevieve M. Gruner
Pat Duley '54
Helen Linskey '55
Mike Churchlow '57
Bob Kissane '50
john Goggin '50
Bob Graben '53
Vin Healy '47
Carol Metcalf '57
Mrs. Anna Goggin
Mr. Raymond Goggin
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Russo
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hamm, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hamm
Richard Allan Hamm
Wlilliam E. johnson, U.S.M.C.
Mr. George johnson
linet Elaine Hamm
Mr and Mrs, Lester
Mr, and Mrs. Guy P. Winsttmn, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pait
.Mrs. Stella Korowotny
Lorraine Swiderski '53
I ra..ces Krzykowski
Barbara joan Paszel
Mrs. Francis Morrow
Mrs. Cosmo Rometo
jane Nolan '54
Mrs. Otto Keller
Ruth Ann Rice '50
Indian Boy '52
Mr. and Mrs. B. Brown
Mrs. Raphael E. Ford
james Nolan '52
judith Ann Pocoski
Herb Ludg.wait '55
Miss Terry Sabio
Mrs. jznnie Sabio
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaczkowski
Mr. and Mrs. john Yachtis
Maureen Garrick '57
Eddie and Luranna Chicoski
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Lynn Andrew '57
Bobby Andrew '52
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley T. Zapatka
Edward P. jurzynski '45
Raynfond B. jurzynski '49
Gerald Betta '55
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chicoskr
Charles Keller A Friend
George Chicorne A Friend
Pat Capone David BUYCC
Phy hss Samborski
F. R. Harsen
L,0.1.l 'd jaques
YV, Charles Behlman
Mr. and Mrs, Stanley
joseph L. Kerzntr
john L. Garland
Mr. john Zlikowski
Henry A. Swicki
Tom Mc Dermott
Lorraine Kenney '55
E.irl L. Phillips
Edward Farrell '47
joan Phillips '50
Miss Rita Butler
jantt Ann Sobireski
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sobireski
Kate l.a Rosa
Peter Crower 'll
Bernice St. john '30
CIENERA l. VI-f.i!1lllll1llt'if
Anna Ve Ara
Michael j. San Angelo
Ponald E. Blanchard
'Clfilliam W. Wasko, jr.
Albert VU. Beneville
Carl F. Merolli
H. lf. Candee
j. S. Abel
W.ill11ce Senslcie 42
Mark C. Folmar
Manue Rucla, jr.
joseph R. Schultz
loe and janet Kraus
Antonio Gon Calves
Mrs. john Forish
Mrs. Henry Haskins
Mrs. Zigmund Korowotny
Frosh. Mastro Pietro
Mr. john Woods
Mrs. C. Kelly
Mr. W. K. Mourey
A. E. Algren
john R. Felippone
A. M. Stover
P, W. De Tullio
William Lee, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. joseph Maye
Mrs. Gesse McLellan
Miss Helen Maye
Mrs. jean Membrino
Mrs. Raymond Ericson
Mrs. Sue Ericson
R. B. Parker
Ed "Buick" Korowotny
Mrs. M. Burke
Mrs. P. Della Valle
Mrs. Howard Frick
Margaret C. McGuire
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Caron
Albert Miele '45
joseph Gelda, jr. '55
Mrs. jar et Lkimasewski
Mr. Xllfilliam Boyd
Tl IE GREYHOUND
j. H. Simmons
E. j. Parker
j. Freire, jr.
Edmund j. Lawlor
joseph King, Sr.
D. De Dito
Master j. M. Mariano
Della H. Nyberg
Dave Sears '54
Leo Moraski '55
B.tty Ann Smith '55
"Albino" Hernonat '55
"VUee Willie" Hulstrunk
Richie Bobinski '56
Rirh Dreher '56
joy Heavens '57
.Jolores Aquavia '52
Alan Crosswait '51
C. Kennrth Murphy '33
joan Lengyel '52
George Raczkoski '52
Thomas F Rowan
Mr. Robert Breault
Mrs. Catherine Breault
Lois B, Hale
jearre K. Brennan
Mrs. Scott Halloway
Mrs. Timothy Cronin
Mrs. D. Cronin
Mary D. Casey
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson
Barbara Halloway '56
Bill Maroney '54
Betty Miller '43
Ray Pistarelli '52
Margaret Maroney '4'
jack Lenners '46
Mr. and Mrs. William Caufield
Margaret Mary Cauficld
Mrs. john O'Donncll
Mike Kudzma '57
Ben Fdwards '53
Wfendle Stiber '53
Louise Cardarillas '49
Mahlon R. Sears
W. Fremont Hoadlry
Mrs, Rita fStaufferj Borbas
Anna Held Randolph
Hilding N. Olson
judie Hankey '57
Lucille P. Davis
Constanee Penrose Ciitt
Mary Penrose Thomas
Antony K. Wiisilcrsky'
Franklin j. Hubbell
Emily S. Hubbell
Rose L. Hubbell
T. K, We-.is'ing
H. C. Racki
Francis "Red" Smith
Fannie P, Wfood
Bill Ford '43
Fred Mowrey. jr.
Francis "Rip" Ruccio
Helen Sutor '40
Marv Nauges Hollis
W.ilter Weiss '56
Alice B. Gibbons
C. Kenneth Murphy '35
Howard j. Nixon '49
Phillip A. Turkington '49
Michael Daley '57
Ronnie Hanks '57
Francis Aurora '57
judy Schofield '56
Helen Klimaszenski '56
Helen Lawley '56
john P. Blood
Mr. and Mrs. john Quint
Mrs. Loretta johnson
Mr. Francis Lynch
Mrs. Hildah jackson
Mr. Perry Fox
Mr. Theodore Chism
Charles F. Clark
Beatrice fSchillerj Sears
Mr. joseph Ruggiero
Mr. ard Mrs. Manuel Oliveira
Mr. and Mrs. Augusto Oliveira
Miss josephine Triano
Mrs, l., Oemcke
Mrs. joseph Lokites
Mary H. Emerson
Mrs, james Higgins
Annabelle Smith '57
Mr. and Mrs. Wilniiwn Mercer
llarbara Litke '56
Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Waiite
Carole Waite '56
Howie Thurston '55
Donald C. Olson '48
Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Olson
joseph R. Kane
john L. Kane
Elizabeth Hacket McGrath
Mis. Fred Riley
Emil Martino '48
Albert N. Marano
Robert "Beely" Swanson
jane C. Linhard
Donald G. Linhard
Mrs. Henry P. McCarthy
Mrs. Williiim Mangini
Deanna Urban '56
Helene Gomes '55
Betsy Ross '53
Bill "Ga Ga" Goggin '53
Edmund Mis '41
Louis Schiller '47
Bill Hutt '47
joe Amaral '57
john Sullivan '57
jack Ennis '42
janet Monahan '55
Airman SecfClass Dick Kelley
john L. Linebough
Barbara and Donny
Gus and Bobby
Miss Lillian Baranauskas
Mrs. E. Baranauskas
Miss Marie Baranauskas
G. Mitchell '51 8: Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rusate
jesse F. Davis
N. S. Beatty
Tommy Ward '57
Kathy Regan '56
Richard Glendenning '55
Mary jane Modzelewski '55
Nancy Anderson '57
Mrs. Arnold Lundin
Mrs. Francis Smith
Barbara Zopka '56
terry Sulkosky '49
lxily Smith '49
Mr. and Mrs. james Thurston,
Miss Barbara Thurston
Mrs. Carl Lindquist
Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Tuckey, I
Dick Tuckey, Il
Dick Tuckey, III
Dick Tuckey, IV
Dick Tuckey, V
Tony Wrirbcl, I
Tony Wrtmbel, ll
Tony Wrobel, Ill
1'ony Wriibel, IV
Fred Peterson Russell johnson
Kenneth Vlfoodfield '47
joseph Hanley '48
Barbara Breault '53
john R. Sousa '47
john jerome Stanley
Robert E. Gray
Theodora Ann Witkimski
Fern Carlson '57
Terry Citati '57
Roberta Moffat '56
Elaine Moore '56
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braun
Mrs. Mary Bergin
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erickson
Ann Elise Erickson '51
Mrs. Maria Anderson
justine Sanford '49
Roger W. Anderson
julia DeCarlo '27
Dominic j. Decarlo
jinda DeCarlo '57
Virginia Rosa '47
Mrs. Franklin johnson
Mr. 84 Mrs. Hubert A. Hampel
Karin Hampel '54
Mrs. C. E. Anderson 8: Nancy Lee'
Uiane Dahlin '57
Rhoda Marnon '57
Lois jane Oldakowski '57
Wiilte-r Wfojtak '46
Lorraine Wcmjtak '47
Cheryl Ann Wcijtzlk
Roy Stinson '56
Eleanor Klieva '56
Lois DeCarlo '52
Frank SanAngelo '47
jane M. Sannders '42
Alden T. Sannders '41
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Feestrom
Howard Schwartz '54
Sandra Schwartz '56
Mr. Edward Nolde
Mr. Patrick McKeon
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carlson
Miss Gale Balinsky
Mr. james Upright
Miss Pauline Carnaroli
Mr. Fred Robinson
Will Mariano '43
Viola Mariano '44
Anita Martino '52
Elaine Malriilnim '62
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mariano
ooo Crelan '55
jack Skowpski '57
Elsie Peterson '37
Anna Mae Kozich
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hennessey
joyce Ann Lafo '51
rfran Lafo, U. S. N.
Louis Fazzino '43
Class of '55
Mr. and Mrs. George
Oscar S. Anderson
Mary jane Oemcke
Bob Sagendorf '51
Richard Lewonski '52
Florence Bird '53
john Casper '56
Robert Rung '55
Donald Quinn '44
Donald Dibble '44
Howard Hoppe '43
Ken Upright '37
Bill Sullivan '26
George U. Ellis
Cookie Graben '52
john Butwell '29
Phyllis Vest '46
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Quinn
Bertha G. Fairbank '28
Laura and Clarence Baldwin
Ruth Marie Oemcke '57
judy Burtnett '58
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moeckel
Mrs. Gen Paieski
Miss Mary Grant
Mr, R Mrs. R. G. Andcrson
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy P. Fuller
Mrs. Olga Grant '35
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Behrman
Richard Behrman '58
Susan Behrman '59
Steve Palmer '55
Robert Nelson, Inc.
Vic Kloe '52
lanny King '55
Richie Roland '49
llelen Kloc '50
Merwin Packard '48
Cathy Kloc '51
Mr. Ernest Lundin
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew RichardsonDon Lowe
Elizabeth Lundin Fontanella '46
Edward Schrull '42
Grace Waterhouse Schrull '44
Sam Brady '53
1-ranklin Hotchkiss, jr. '48
Donald jones '57
"Krab" Karbowicz '55
Cookie Kinch '57
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Spearrin
hlrs, Vincent Tolonieo
Miss Ann.i Pilla
Mrs. Gerard Rosa
hlrs. Anthony Tangredi
Mr. Domenic Pilla
Sandy Mikletonas '56
Marie Baranauskas '53
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith
Kenneth C. Smith '51
Mrs. Harry Peterson
Mr. Fridolf Carlson
Miss Helen McDonough
Miss Mildred Carlson
Mr. joseph Monahan
Mary Lou Horan
Carla Pepperman '53
Mr. and Mrs. Layton Spaulding
Ernest A. Severson '34
Nancy Gail Peck
Shirley Alberta '55
john Phillips, jr.
Mrs. john Phillips
john Phillips, Sr.
Mrs. XXfilliam Roche
Mrs. Mildred O'Brien
Thomas Pierre Pohorilak
Clarence A. Isbell, jr. '44
Edward Kogut '44
Edward Gesseck '41
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Peterson
Mrs. H. Kackowski
Mrs. M. Gilbert
Mrs. Ann C. Bendler
Mrs. Edward jones
Mrs. Walter Lompert
Mrs. R. Hughes
Miss Helen A. Zapatka
Mr. George Kraus
Mr. and Mrs. Paul johnson
Mrs. Marshall Long
Miss Harriet Anderson
Miss Eleanor Anderson
Mr. Carl Anderson
Miss Vivian Anderson
Miss Della Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Roy M, johnson
Miss Diane Englestad
Miss Ruth Abramson
Mr. Robert Wilmot
Mr. jan Pcnwell
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson
Bob Hanley '55
Thomas j. Horan
Mrs. joseph P. Thomas
Mr. Patrick F. Horan
Mary and Len
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i.lr. a d Mrs. Gene Dry
Ray Kloc '57
Ed Kloe '55
Mrs. William Linskey
Mr. William Linskey
Mrs. Louis R. johnson
Louis W. johnson '71
joan Lokites '52
Leona G. Dunlap
A. N. Garceau
Nick Di Laurenzio
joe Di Laurenzio
julie Di Laurenzio
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCann
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wooster
Marilyn Murphy '55
Francis Moss '57
Peggy Smith '55
janet Haas '57
Mr. and Mrs. julius Oris
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oris
Norman Owens '46
Cherie E. Weiss '53
Buckey Hanley '55
jean Sabio '54
Mr. 84 Mrs. Walter Stankicwicz, jr.
Pamela Stankiewicz '70
Nancy Stankiewicz '67
Mr. 84 Mrs. Walter Stankiewicz, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeCarlo
Alice Fanning, W.C.H.S. '54
Jick Smolkis '55
lfleanor Smolkis '57
john A. Fitzgerald, U.S.N.
Mrs. C. Sheedy
Miss Ann Sheedy
Miss Barbara joan Sheedy
Mr. Christopher Sheedy
Mr. Chris Sheedy, jr.
1 i Ethel Smith
Mis. Edward Strobel
lr. Edward Strobel
Mr. john Weaving
".Irs. john Weaving
A lriend '31
"cd and Milton
Ros Mattie Fain
Mrs. Carmen Fain
Mr. Sam Fain
joseph Suchenski '46
Richard Suchenski '48
M uireen Suchenski
Dick Hedman '52
Mrs. Maurice King
Nr. Maurice King
Lowell Frerlsall '53
Mrs. Ann Fredsall
Nr Kenneth Fredsall
Mr. and Mrs. William j. Stokes
llirx' Ann Hoadley
Susan M. Thrall
Ilfss Anne Cretella
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Toole
Stella and Dan
Betty Schlesinger '51
Mildred White '50
William White '49
Mr. Richard Baxter
Mrs. Richard Baxter
Delia E. Scbeithe '44
Leroy W. Scheithe '39
Dorothy Sousa '47
Mary Ann Tuohy
Henery Di Domizio
Anne Lawlor '33
llelen Carzasta '36
Mr. Louis R. johnson
'II IE GREYHOUND
Mary Ann Nolan
Pat McKee '55
Don. a Marnon '55
,lean Coe '55
Catherine Happy Griffin '25
Marie Hoffman Botclle
Ethel Clark Vest
Esther R. Anderson
Iiill liroadrick '56
:sandy lucker '57
tied U' l'oole '56
Nancy Lou Wasilesky '55
,ludith l'insel '57
Edna Conn '57
'lamcs tt Kissane' jr, '46
lietsy Kissane '48
Peggy Perry '48
Mrs. blames F. Kissane
Mr. vlames F. Kissane, br.
Mary Lynch '55
Robert Kindulas '57
Diane Zmyemski '57
Al Nlskl '56
Ruth Bird '57
joann Santarsicre '56
,loan Alves '57
Pat McDermott '55
Betty Fowler '55
Charlotte Floyd '55
Elaine Lundin '55
Ruth Glascr '55
Carol Anderson '55
Shirley Tuckey '52
.Eleanor Patritia Magine
Grayce McNainee '55
Carol and Fred '53
Helen Rugines '53
Nancy Anderson '57
Miss Mary S. Burke
Dolores Kelsey '55
Maureen -loy '55
Dorothy Ann Peaker '57
Penlope Wityak '57
Tommy Lee '55
Sandy Passcck '57
Pegi Curtin l.ynth '59
E. Mildred Curtin '42
Mr. and Mrs. McNamara
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips
rlorcnce Phillips '54
john Sullivan 57
Liloria vanUeltt '56
I.. bakorski '56
Patricia tjehlman '55
Pat Bradley '55
Ida jane Coppola '55
tiarbara Chesnavieh '55
William Brewer '55
Madeline Karbowicz '57
Robert Ward '56
Arthur C. Pearson
Audrey Grickis '57
Doris M. Mitchell '50
Mary Ann Klukis '52
Florence Kimmer '53
Anne Behrendt '46
Clara Behrendt '52
Wanda Leary '38
Don Doiron '55
Marilyn Murphy '55
Grace Fairchild '55
,lacquelyn Schmitz Holling
Gloria Finger '56
judy Schur '55
Peter A, Kinney '53
Mr. and Mrs. Obst
Mr. and Mrs. Forsert
Loretta Lytle '55
Mary Ellen Lennon '51
.lonna Sunclberg '55
.ludy French '56
Swede Gabrielson '56
Madeline Geloso '57
Donald R. Doiron '55
Marion -I. Reilly
Mrs. Edward H. Delaney
Dr. Edward H, Delaney
Eddie Delaney '52
Anne Delaney '48
Mr. Charles Mikulski
Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Mr. joseph Pereira
. Stanley Moriconi, jr.
Miss Victoria Balzano
Leda Shumak '57
Bob Lyons, blr. '43
james Davy '56
Carol LeVasseur '57
'I'he Two Catamounts '53
,Ioan R. Mazaika '48
Robert Mazaika '51
Loretta Kenney '57
Lucille Krasinsky '5I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert joy
-Iudy Rado '57
Mr. and Mrs, Warren T. Kopp
Tom Kopp '57
Elise Peterson '52
Mr. blames A. Lyons
Connie Stauffer '55
Judy Deegan '55
Karin Anderson '57
William Ward '55
Pip Foulkrod '53
Deanna Peck '57
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whalen
Diana Whalen '57
Elaine Biscoe '52
Ray Paieski '35
Mrs. Laura Simat Cignotti '38
Alfred bl. Cignotti
Grace Meyers Crane '36
Patricia Olson '50
Lucille Smey McAuliffe '50
Mr. and Mrs. joseph White '28
Lois Hubbell '55
Mrs. Florence Weiss
Ingeborg Raap '52
Alberta Weiss '52
Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Johnson
Mrs. james Fairchild
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raucci
Anthony Sagnella '50
Christine Pilacinski '56
Harold "Pete" Peterson '52
Carl Ostrom '55
Bob Curtin '53
Steve Knapika '52
Cynthia A. Squires
Patty Kreidler '52
Denise Shea '55
Officer jerry Sirica
Robert Lengyel '55
Ray Rossi '57
Violet Gustafson '52
Verner Gustafson '45
Mr. and Mrs. V. E, Gustafson
Linnea Ostrom '53
Gail Noble '53
George Heidorn '56
Sally Wfoods '52
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard King
Hank and Dave
Vito D. Pupolo '52
Naugatuck Candy Kitchen
Mrs. Edith Passeck
R. Peter Passeck '51
Verva Anderson Blackwell
Phyllis jenzell '48
joan Moeckel '49
Mr. Paul V. johnson
Norma Widen '41
Byrant Kirkendall '50
Ronald Kirkendall '55
Mrs. john Palmer '52
Mrs. l'eresa Napolitano
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradshaw
Mr. and Mrs. Barrie Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Hans H. Griesbach
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Green
john Shumak '51, U.S.N.
joseph M. Alvarez
joseph A. Morissetta
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Linewebtr
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greene
C. R. Scheith
Ruth A. Parson
Herbert F. Parker
james M. Healey
Mr. and Mrs. Fabes
Mr. and Mrs. john Murphy
Mr, and Mrs. john j. Presto
Mr. and Mrs. john Henrichs
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henrichs
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conway
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Huntly
Donald Canaperi, U.S.N.
james F. Fox
Mrs. james F. Fox
Mrs. Shirley Sagendorf
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Russett
joan and Pete
Sherman Richard Buell
Corinne Lawley '52
Bubsie and Myrna '51
Dolores R. Marchlewski '48
Carole Hackett '53
judy M. jaworski '50
Andrey Patterson '45
janet Petrucelli '52
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Best Wislles To
The Class of 1954
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BUILDING AND LOAN
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GARDNER F. WOOD
The Blakcslcc Building
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20 Summit Road Phone 2779
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GREAT OAK FARM
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TIIIE VAI.I.IiY'S LIZADING
HOME FURNISHINGS STORI2
laovs' AND MIZN'S WIEAR
Sixty I3.mk Strcct
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155 Quinn Street
DR. E. H. DELANEY
KRODEIJ FOUNDRY, INC.
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WILLIAM E. HILL, M.D.
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DR. HAROLD E. DAVIDS
HAIR STYLES AND
ALL TYPE WAVES
S Union Street Union City, Conn.
UNION CITY HARDWARE
M. Ruytkiewicli, Prnfz.
HARDXVARE - PAINT - OIL
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POTATO CHIP COMPANY
BERNIE'S GAS STATION
WILLIAM M. CHITTENDEN
3 2 Chu rch Strcct
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MURRAYS IIRUITS AND SYRUPS
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BRADLEY SMITH CO.
O2 - II6 Hill Street
New l1llVL'lI, Conn.
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SALEM LUTHER LEAGUE
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JAMES E. MOORE
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
W. K. RANK
W. F. CAULFIELD
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V. G, Foley, Reufdwll 1lI4I7lu'gL'f'
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63 Rubber Avenue
Tel. Naug. 3986
LEADERS IN I-IOMIT FRITVZVR FOODS
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PRICIIT - SIIRVICQIZ - QUALITY
STUDFISAKIZR SALIES AND SITRVICIZ
Carl Ii. Erickson, Pmjwrielnr'
129 Rubber Avenue Dfilllgiltllfk. Connechcut
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GUSTAFSONS ATLANTIC STATION
Rubber Avenue Naugatuck
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BOSTUN STURE SWEENEY'S ART STORE
NAUGA'I'UCK'S FRIENDLY STURF
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IBIZIZR - LIQUOR - WINE CIIIIZIIFIAIIIBIZH of
AL'S PACKAGE STORE SUBURBAN
Albert C. MQ-nnill.1, Prop. SUPPLY
Beaton Falls, Conn. PAINT - XWALLPAPER A HARDWARE
Phone-1680 Bc .1c' on Falls, Conn.
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HOMER D. HRONSON co. NORMAN HAIR STYLIST
87 Maple Street
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, WALTER A. NORWASH
Ol: ALL KINDS
126 North Main Street
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78 Church Strcct Tcl. 202.2 - -ll S2
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PHILIP E. YEATON
S3 Rubber Avenue
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FORD DRUG Co.
THE N AUGATUCK FUEL
87 C lmurnh Strcct N.1ug.1tumk, Conn.
FUEL OILS - DODSON COAL
FORD SALIES AND SERVICJZ
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FASSETTS FARM ANDROPHY RADIO AND
FRESH EGGS APPLIANCE CO.
FROZEN POULTRY AND TURKEYS li Church Struct N.lllg-lfLlC'k, Conn,
Bean on Valley Road
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DR. l22 School Street
"SCfR12W M ACHINE PROD UCQ'l'S"
PATSY'S BARBER SHOP HEATING OILS
Main Struct licxcon lilllw Phone 6716
Bethany Road Bczlcon Falls
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PATTY'S CAMPUS FRANWS GARAGE
S4 Bridge Strcct
On your graduation dayg
May joy and great good fortune
Attend you on your way.
May success reward your efforts
In everything you do,
And realized ambitions
Bring happiness to you.
CHARLES H. TOMLINSON
'IEXVELER AND OPTOMETRIST
I7 Maple Street Naugatuck
JOHN L. MAZILAUSKAS COMPANY
DODGE PASSENGER CARS DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS
SALES AND SlfRlf'lClf
IZS South Main Street Naugatuck, Conn.
NAUGATUCK VALLEY ENGRAVING CU.
IS Park Place Naugatnlclc. Conn
PARK AND SHOP MARKET
MASON . CONTRACTING
55 CRAIG CIRCLE NAUGATUCK
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Breen's Sport Shop
The Biggest Little Store in the Country
CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS
CLASS OF 1954
THE NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK
c3oNcsRA'1'ULAT10Ns TO THIQ
CLASS or ww
THE NAUCATUCK NATIONAL BANK.
ML-mlwcr Fcnlcral Deposit Insurzmcc Cforpm'ation - Federal Reserve Svstcm
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Official Class Photographer
COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES
THE NAUGATUCK DAIRY
ICE CREAM CO.
35 NORTH MAIN STREET NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT
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SALEM PLAYHOUSE INSURANCE
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LAVALLEWS CARLSON FURNITURE
CONVALESCENT HOME STORES
246 Quinn Street
Tel. 5050 OAKVILLE
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170 Clrurt I1 St. Phono 5990
lrwi Maple- Strcct Nilllg1lfLlC'k, Conn.
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ALL KINDS OI" SANDXWICHES
I O6 Maple Street
CO0NEY'S FOOD STORE
9 Rubber Avenue Naugatuck, Conn
DR. LEO L. TYLEC
W. J. REILLY. M. D.
C om plimentf of
MORROW'S SMOKE SHOP
89 Rubber Avenue
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NAUGATUCK Y. M. C. A.
The Family Y Serve:
BROTHER AND SISTER
MOTHER AND DAD
Com plimentx of
OLSON DRUG STORE
joseph F. Presto, M. Sr. Prop.
T74 Church Street Naugatuck, Conn.
MENS AND BOYS' CLOTHES
l26 Church Street
TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE
226 Meadow Street
J. C. RAYTKWICH
mmsom Mo'l'oR CARS
cs. M. ci. TRUCKS
S68 South Main Street
DAVID H. BLUESTONE
'I errace Avenue
H79 South M.1m Street
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GENERATOR AND STARTER
SOUTH WIND HEATERS
SALES AND SERVICE
i7 Hotchkiss Street Naugatuck, Conn.
DR. HANS H. GRIESBACH,
D. D. S.
C om plimerztf of
JOHN N. BREDICE
Zi South Main Street
Phone 271 I
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DIAMONDS - WATCHES
Sterling Silver By
Towle - Gorham
Wallizre - I nlematiorzal
Lfmt - Reed .md Barton
GAN,S INC. GALLAGI-IER'S
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AND AUTO SUPPLY
SUITS MADE TO MEASURE
South Main St, N2lLlg11tLlLAk, Con
IDRIS R. ALDERSON
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CARL G- PETERSON CONSTRUCTION co.
H37 Park Avenue Naugatuck, Conn.
EXCAVATING ' GRADING
STEPHEN J. SWEENEY
INSURANCE NAUGATUCK HARDWARE
and 189 Church Street
HANDY DONUT SHOP
JS South Main Strut
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BOB'S ICE CREAM
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DR. VICTOR CASELLA
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S0 South Main Strcct
HUNT BUICK. INC.
TONY'S SMOKE SHOP
37' South M.un Strcct
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G. C. MURPHY CO.
ANTHONY E. STIEN
JAMES E. SWEENEY
SWAN ELECTRIC CO.
Beacon Falls, Conn.
P 81 M MARKET
Mai n Street
THE CORNER CANTEEN
Noxtlm Main Street
Union City, Conn.
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP
Main Street Beacon Falls
DISTRIBUTOR CONN'S MUSIC SHOP
TRANSPORT' AND MAINTENANCE
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