Naugatuck High School - Greyhound Yearbook (Naugatuck, CT)
- Class of 1960
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FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS
FORMER NAUGATUCK HIGH SCHOOL
MR. JOHN HOWARD WHITTEMORE
But half so wel beloved a man is he
Ne was ther nevere in court, of his degree
He was so gentil of condieioun
That throughout al the world was his renown
A1 of his dedes.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Kevin St. John
THE EDITORIAL STAFF
Mary Beth Hogarth
George La Rose
Barbara joan Sheedy
THE EDITORIAL STAFF
jerry De Carlo
Our motto proclaims that peace is the reward of wisdom. During our formal educa-
tion, we have attained some degree of wisdom. What will be our reward?
As we venture into the world, hoping to achieve an abundance of material wealth,
we would best stop and contemplate the true, although obscure, end of our future
Should worldly fame, mundane riches be displayed from our standard as we march
into a world so tarnished by these erroneous conceptions, or should we raise our sights
to something more perfect, something to make us spiritually complacent? This all-
important decision is left entirely to us. For no longer will there be parental guidance
and counsellor advice. These crutches will be removed, and now comes the test. Has the
advice of those whom we trust prepared us to walk firmly, unfalteringly into life, or
has it made us dependent and incapable of rendering our own decisions?
In our transition to maturity, we should always strive to do better, accomplish
more. Our deeds need not be great, but their results should be wholesome. Our thoughts
need not be shattering, but their consummations be salubrious. Graduation will serve as
a road-mark in the journey of our life. There will be many to follow-some not as
joyous as graduation - but we will meet them all with courage. And in meeting them,
let us always use wisdom and never lose sight of our primary purpose to gain peace
. . . for peace is the reward of wisdom.
MISS VIRGINIA A. SMITH
We, the class of 1960, dedicate this edition of the GREYHOUND
to our beloved social studies teacher, Miss Virginia A. Smith in grate-
ful appreciation for her many years of service to the young people
of Naugatuck. She has not only educated her charges, but has also
inspired them to further achievements. Her quick wit has Won the
hearts of her pupils as well as making the social studies classes in-
formative and scintillating. May she long continue her service to the
school and to the community.
MR. RAYMOND K. FOLEY
Superintendent of Schools
MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960
It is with genuine satisfaction, extreme pleasure and complete con-
hdcnce that I extend to you the congratulations of the entire personnel
of the Naugatuck Schools, upon your graduation from Naugatuck High
School. Your achievements are most pleasing to your parents, your teachers
and your friends. I join all of them in complimenting you.
As members of the first class to graduate from your new school you
have had the unusual privilege and the creative responsibility of aiding
in the formulation of customs and traditions which will serve as guide
lines to all future students in the school. Now, at commencement time, you
have new challenges to establish a way of life that will prove pro-
ductive and satisfying to yourselves and to others.
Each graduate has made a most promising start in life. May your
careers now fulfill this promise and may each one of you serve as an
inspiration to all pupils who will follow in your footsteps.
It is my expectation that every graduate will now be dedicated to
realizing to the fullest the many and varied opportunities that lie ahead.
May the choicest blessings of God be upon you.
RAYMOND K. FOLEY
MR. RICHARD G. LEONARD
To THE CLASS OF 1960:
To you belongs the unique privilege of being the first class to
graduate from our new institution of learning. You will always pride
yourselves on this distinction. Your first three years were spent among
the memories and heritage of our former half century old building
on Hillside Avenue. Ten months ago you entered the new Naugatuck
High School as members of the Senior Class. With your excellent co-
operation we have been able to continue our traditional, academic pro-
gram in our new edifice. We now present you to the community as
educated and mature young citizens.
The faculty joins me in wishing you the utmost success in your
plans for college and for life itself.
RICHARD G. LEONARD
MR. RICHARD G. LEONARD, Principal
Miss Florence Anderson ...... ..................... G uidance
Mrs. Nellie Beatty ........ ......... E nglishg Guidance
Mrs. Kay Bergin ........ ...................... B usiness
Mr. Charles Bertero ......... ....... S eience
Miss Catherine Brooks ........ ......... N urse
Miss Mary Burke ......... ............... F reneh
Mr. Thomas Byrnes ..... ............... B usiness
Miss Madeline Caine ....... .......... S oeial Studies
Mrs. Mary Casey .......... ................. E nglish
Mr. Henry Cieslewski ..... ......... M athernatics
Mr. Leon Corliss .......... ................ M usir
Miss Colette Daly ...... ........... F rench
Mr. Jesse Davis ............... .................................... M usir
Mr. Raymond Dowling ....... ........................... S oeial Studies
Mr. Edward Dwyer .......... .......... E nglishg Driver Education
Mrs. Elma Eames ......... .................................... B usiness
Miss Mary Emerson ...... ............. S ocial Studies
Miss joan Gallo ......... ......... P hysical Education
Mrs. Emily Gibbs ......... ................. L ibrarian
Mr. George Goodwin ....... ................. S eienee
Mr. Thomas Horan ...... ........ I ndustrial Arts
Mr. Donald House ...... ................. E nglish
Mr. Franklin johnson ...... ..,....... S ocial Studies
Mr. john Kane ............ ........ I ndustrial Arts
Mrs. Agnes Kehoe ......... ............. E nglish
Mrs. Elizabeth King ........... .... .......... ................. ....... E n g l ish
Mr. Alexander Krayeske ...............................................,.............. Sfienee
Mr. Raymond Legenza .... Director of Physieal Education and Athletirs
Mrs. Anne Lemoine ., .......................................... . ................. Mathematies
Miss Genevieve Marcisz ...... ................... B usiness
Mr. Edward Mariano ....... ........ B askethall Coach
Mrs. Jeannette Matzkin ....... .......... S ocial Studies
Miss Dorothy Moss ...... ....... H ome Economies
Miss Della Nyberg ...... .................... E nglish
Mrs. Mary Penrose ....... ....................... A rl
Mrs. Betty Pope ......... ......... M athernaties
Mr. Timothy Ring ....... ......... L ating English
Miss Mary Ann Rung ..... .......... F renehg Latin
Mr. Leon Sarin ......
Mrs. Charlotte Scully
Miss Virginia Smith
Mr. Robert Stahl .....
Mr. Charles Triano ..
Mr. James Vanasse .
Mr. George Vought
I ndurlrial Arif
Mrs. Irene Rotella
Mr. Edward j. Nolde
Mrs. Jennie Slawski Mr. Patrick McKeon Mr. Charles Mascola
Mr. Peter Liakus Mr. Edward O'Connor
Mrs. Mabel Solberg Mfg, R056 Amafal
Miss Hattie Brophy Mrs. Helen Casey
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MR. CIESLEWSKI MR. CORLISS MISS DALY MR. DAVIS
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NEW' HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Senior Home Rooms
EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
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THE HANDS THAT GUIDE US
Guidance seeks as its primary
service to provide an opportunity
for every individual to evaluate
h'mself in terms of adjustment
to life. Assistance is offered to
pupils at N.H.S. in making
choices, plans and necessary in-
Our capable Guidance Depart-
ment offers the following serv-
Individual study service
Educational and vocational
Assistance in group activi-
Placement and follow-up
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To success which we've made for our own!
LINDA JANE PRITCHARD
Pax, Praemium Sapientiae
QPeace, the Reward of Wisdonl
Blue and Grey
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
EMBLEM: Keystone and the Flaming Torch.
PLEDGE: I pledge myself to uphold the high purpose of the National Honor Society
to which I have been electedg I will be true to the principles for which it
standsg I will be loyal at all times to my schoolg and will maintain and en
courage high standards of Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service
Members of Naugatucle Chapter
National Honor Society
MARY JANE PETRO
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BARBARA ANN ADAMSKI BARB
Garnet Gleom Hlilory Forum
Yeor Book Staff B.B.C.
"A PRETTY WOMAN IS A WELCOME GUEST"
Her golden hair is like the rays of sunshine. Barbara possesses
other admirable qualities also. Perhaps the best known are her
smile and cheerful disposition,
WILLIAM LEONARD ALBAITIS, JR. BILL
Hirlory Forum Foozbull
"A HEAD To CoNTR1vE AND A HAND To EXECUTE"
With his sly wit Bill enlivens his classmates no end. He is an
easy-going fellow often seen at the center of much gaiety.
JO-ANN MARY AMBROSE JO
Ar! Club Cbeerleader
Fuzure Nurrer of America Guard of Honor
Hifzory Forum Yeor Book Stuff
"A CHEERFUL HEART, A SMILING FACE AND MUCH SWEETNESSU
Good-natured, peppy and forever smiling is our We
c0uldn't ask for a better cheerleader. Her spirit and patience are
valuable assets for this future nurse.
CAROL JEAN ANDERSON CAROL
junior Red Croix Young Cifizem
World Geography Club Art Club
Hiftory Forum B.B.C.
"WHO LIKES ME MUST HAVE A TOUCH or EARTH"
Here's to laughter, mirth, and jollity-that's Carol. Practical
minded, carefree, fun loving, she romps through each day, deplor-
ing the brevity of its twenty-four hours.
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GRETCHEN MARTA ANDERSON GRETCH
Future Teacberr of America Secretary Yearbook Staff
Cbeerleader Le' Cerfle Franpair
S.P,Q.R. Hirtory Forum Secretary
Home Room Reprerentatioe Art Club
"W1T' To PERSUADE AND HUMOR T0 DELIGHTH
Vivacious, friendly, and cheery-that's Gretch-a smile and hello
for all. She is an active member of our class and is enthusiastic in
all that she does.
HAROLD ROBERT ANDERSON ANDY
Middlebury Memorial School
Audio Vixual Aid Talent Review
HHANDSOME rs AS HANDSOME Dons"
Ever well groomed and an all around guy is Harold. His rugged
individualism is worthy of note and sets him apart from other
NORMAN DAVID ANDERSON SWEDE
Home Room Reprerentatiue Art Club
"WHAT SHOULD A MAN Do BUT BE MERRY?"
jovial and fun-loving . . . Norman enlivens the corridors each
day exchanging antics with his colleagues.
ROGER ERIC ANDERSON ROGER
Latin Club French Club
IWorld Htrtory Club Young Hirtoriam
Home Room Reprerentatiue
"HE THAT INQUIRES MUCH, LEARNS MUCH"
Roger's wit and affable personality make his presence in the
classroom known. His competence makes him active in classroom
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5 SHIRLEY ANNETTE AQUAVIA SHIRLEY
B-B-Cf Art Club
HIIIUVQI Forum Guard of Honor
"I'LL BE MERRY AND FREEQ I'LI. BE SAD FOR No ONE"
Shirley walks with a native grace and draws her friends with
her alluring smile and personality. Beauty's namesake, she reigns
as our class beauty.
ANNA MARIA BALZANO ANNA
B.B.C. Hiftory Forum
Future Homemaker! of America Art Club
"MY DEAREST REWARD, A FRIEND'S ESTEEM AND PRAISE"
A gay personality plus an ability to please never detracts from
any girl's popularity. Anna lacks neither.
CHARLES JOHN BAUKUS, JR. CHARLIE
Bareball, Captain '60 Hiftory Forum
Vanity Club Intramural Volleyball
UBLEST ARE THOSE WHOSE BLOOD AND JUDGMENT ARE
so WELL COMMINGI.ED"
Charlie has pursued his future goal, both athletically and scholas-
tically with a great amount of perseverance and fortitude.
CARMEN DORIS BEASLEY CARM
Future Tearberi of America Year Boob Staff
Future Homemaker! of Amerira Hirtory Forum
Le Cercle Frangair
"TO CHOOSE TIME IS TO SAVE TIMEU
Carmen is a most capable, enthusiastic and eager person with
keen interests. She has a very dominating personality and is
always in the center of all activities.
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GERALDINE ELIZABETH BEHAN GERRY
Future Homemuberf of Ameriru Art Club
E.B.C. Hifmry Forum
"Go, PRESENTLY INQUIRE, AND so WILL I"
Gerry's work is all on a high standard of achievement, She
loves learning and seeks new knowledge constantly. She takes part
in all activities, carries through her responsibilities and works well
with any group.
PATRICIA ANN BIELANOS PAT
Uyorld Geogrupby Club B.B.C.
HENTHUSIASM IS THE LIFE OF THE SOULI'
Her many extravagant and divergent energies add color and
excitement to her experiences. Here's to a girl brimful of mirth
JUNE CAROLYN BILETZ TAFFY
Hzrzgry Forum Le Cercle Frurzgtzii
Art Club Garnet Gleum
"ONCE RIGHT, NEVER A NEED TO REPEAT"
june is a girl with talent, gracing our Talent Revue with her
dancing ability. Her aims are focused on a dancing career and her
sporty blue jeep.
RAYMOND JOHN BOLEK RAY
4 Sacred Heart
Engl!-fl9 Club Cbemiitry Club
" 'Tis GOOD To BE MERRY AND WISE"
Ray traded the "Heart's" Garnet and Gold for the "Grey-
hounds' Garnet and Grey. Joining us in our Senior year he
pursues studies and amusement with equal enthusiasm.
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CAROL MARIE BONGIVANI BONGI
Year Boob Staff B.B.C.
Art Club Hislory Forum
Geograpby Club Pep Club
Young Citizenr' Club
"MY INTERCESSION HEADS MY FoE"
Her use of colorful, imaginative words brightens many a dis-
cussion. It makes work interesting for all of us.
KENNETH EDWARD BONTEMPO TAB
Le Cercle Fraugair Hixlory Forum
llVorld Hirlory Club Intramural Volleyball
"FIRST--TO THINK, SECOND-TO DECIDEH
Kenny is one of the few people who believes in being seen and
not heard. After thoughtful consideration of a subjecT, Kenny de-
cides on the best course of action and then pursues it-a charac-
teristic greatly admired.
JUDITH ELAINE BOOTH JUDY
Prospect Street School
Art Club Hifzory Forum
llvorld Hiylory Club Yearbook Slay?
llyorld Geography Club B.B.C.
"A WELL EDUCATED PERSON is ONE Wm-1 A
judy's face is one familiar to every senior, whether demonstrat-
ing her ability and efhciency in the business field, or displaying her
pleasant disposition. Her hobbies are varied, but she is quite intent
on being a future hairdresser.
EDWARD A. BORASKI ED Q
Hop Brook '
Hirtory Club Le Cerfle Frangair
"COME, Go WITH ME, PURSUE THUS AS Ti-ioU GoEsT"
Fun-loving, happy and boisterous, Eddie is a very stimulating
and out going member of the class. He finds enjoyment in all class '
activities, always suggesting newer and better ways of improvement K
for our benefit.
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PENELOPE ANN BORISUCK PENNY
Gurnez Gleum Year Book Sm
Future Nurxex of America Hiizory Forum
Le Cercle Fmnpuix Art Club
"BUNDLE OF joy IS THIS LAss"
Full of vivacity is our human dynamo . . . Penny, Lending a gay
touch and smile to any activity, she is always eagerly welcomed.
LAWRENCE PHILIP BOSCO LARRY
Hixtory Forum A.V.A. Tremurer
Young Citizem Club
"SPEECH is GREAT, BUT SILENCE is GREATER"
Life is I1 great sport to Larry who takes whatever comes and makes
the best of it. He demonstrates a carefree attitude at all times.
PATRICIA ANN BOTTOMLEY PAT
B.B.C. Arr Club
"A SMILE REAPS IT's OWN REWARDY'
A friendly hello and thoughtful smile are a few of Pat's ad-
mired qualities. In her own quiet way, Pat meets all problems
with undying determination.
JAMES JOSEPH BRENNAN JIM
B.B.C. Hifrory Forum
"CALM, COOL, AND COLLECTED AM I"
Rated tops by all his pals, Jim is an easy-going person who takes
things as they come, but is always prepared to handle easily any
emergency that may arise.
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STEVEN GEORGE BROADRICK STEVE
I Central Avenue
Young Cztizenf' Club Il"orla' Geography Club
"GOOD NATURE IS ONE OF THE RICHEST FRUITS OF PERSONALITYH
Ever so easy to get along with, Steve is Welcome in any group.
He lends, .vvith gracious pleasure, many of his talents to com-
CAROL ANN BROSTIC CAROL
Future Homemaker! llworld Geography Club
B,B,C, Young Hi,rtorian.r
"BUOYANT AND BREEZY FROM MORNING TILL NIGHTYV
To be gay and charming is half the battle won. The other half
is possessing friendship in which Carol abounds.
BARBARA ANN BRUSH BARBARA
Hirtory Forum B,B,C,
Future Homemaker! Year Book Slap'
lWorld Geography Club
"To FAIR REQUEST, SILENT PERFORMANCE
MAKES THE BEST RETURN"
Modest and reserved, Barbara is ever eager to accommodate others
and accomplish all matters. She is pleasant to talk with and
pleasant to be with.
BARBARA ANN BRYK BRICK
S.P.Q.R. A Cappella Choir
Future Teaeherx of America Le Cercle Frangair
Wforld History Club Young Citizenf Club
Hirtory Forum Year Book Staf
"NOTHING IS RARER THAN TRUE GOOD NATURE.,
Barb's sparkling smiles and twinkling eyes have a winning way
with us all. That mischievous giggle always predicts merry mo-
ments ahead, whether in the classroom Or among friends.
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THOMAS JOSEPH BUTWILI. TOM
Orrberzra Young Hirzorianf Club
Baud Le Cercle Frangair
lVorld Hirtory Club
"A MAN,S THOUGHTS ARE HIS OWNU
Easy going Tom is relaxed in any surrounding, in or out of
school. Quiet and reflective, he often surprises us with bits of
DORIS FRANCES CANAPERI DEE
World Hirzory Club Hirlory Forum
Fuzure Nurfer of Amerira Future Teacberx of America
Yearbook Slab' B.B.C.
junior Red Crow
"MANY Gooo THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES"
Though Doris is small in stature she attracts all who see her
by her charming personality and graceful manner.
PATRICIA ANN CARLSON PAT
llforld Geograpby Club Future Homemaberr
Hiylory Forum B.B.C.
"SHE HAS A MEEK AND SIMPLE GRACE"
Indeed she has! Pat's quiet manner is looked upon as one of
her many charms. Her deeds have spoken for themselves and her
smile has won her many friends.
ROBERT EMIL CARLSON RED
Bareball History Forum
Intramural Barbelball lI7or'ld Geography Club
"THE MAN WHO BLUSHES HAS AN EASY CONSCIENCEU
Red, ordinarily rather quiet, becomes a dependable, fun-loving
friend once his acquaintance has been made. Adding his bits to
Naugy's sport life, he proved to be truly "one of the boys."
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JANET GERTRUDE CARREIRO JANET
Hittory Forum Geography Club
"YOUTH WAs EVER FOND OF FUN"
Diminutive Janet's dimples and ceaseless grins are abundant and
appealing. Her laughter can always be heard through the halls.
PAUL JOSEPH CASHMAN PAUL
Franklin High, Franklin, N. H.
Football Student Coumil
Ski Team Dramazift
Arrembly Committee Orebertra
Band Year Boob Staff
"A GOOD CHARACTER SHINES HY ITs OWN LIGI-IT"
New to us this year, Paul's merits are rapidly being discovered.
Industrious and versatile in studies and in sports, his many con-
tributions have been appreciated by all.
FRANK ANTHONY CASTAGNA, JR. FRANK
S.P.Q.R. Irzlrarrzural Volleyball
Young Hirtorianr World Hittory Club
"A LITTLE WORK, A LITTLE PLAY, KEEPS HIM GOING
DAY BY DAY"
Frank lightens his classroom labors with an unlimited amount of
revelry. His humorous contributions are always welcome.
MARY CHRISTINE CAVANAUGH MARY
Le Cercle Frangatt Wforld Hirtory Club
Pep Club Guard of Honor
Better Burinerr Club Future Nurref of America
Year Boob Sta A Ca ella Cboir
"A MOST ENGAGING LITTLE BEAUTY"
Mary's shiny black hair, happy smile and sunny personality have
made her one of the best liked girls in the class. Whenever laughter
is heard, you can be sure that Mary is one of the crowd.
JUDITH ANN CELELLO JUDY
A. Cappella Cboir S.P.Q.R.
Future Tearberf of Amerira Le Cerfle Frangair
Pep Club Modern Dante Club
Young Hinforianr Club Year Book Slaf
"GENIUS HAS ELECTRIC PowER, WHICH EARTH CAN NEVER TAIvIE"
Judy manages to combine a marked scholastic ability with an
equal amount of Congeniality to produce a friend of whom any-
one would be proud.
DIANE MARY CHARETTE DIANE
B. W. Tinker
Hirtory Forum Geograpby Club
"A GooD NATURE BRINGS MANY FRIENDS"
Diane is full of fun and laughter. Never at a loss for words, she
always seems to make friends easily with her gay sense of humor
GERALDINE ELEANOR CHISEK GERRI
Geography Club Hixzory Forum
B.B,C. Year Book Sldj?
"QUICK To BEFRIEND, SLOW TO DESERTH
A pleasant disposition and a willingness to assist are charac-
teristic of Gerri, As business manager of the Greyhound, she shows
the eliicient side of her nature,
MARILYN BARBARA CHONKO MARILYN
History Forum Young Hirlorianf
S.P.Q.R. Guard of Honor
Art Club Young Cizizenr
Home Room Reprefentatiue '58-'59 Le Cerele Franpaif
"A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODYH
Quiet and serene, Marilyn 1S the essence of composure. Her
manners and dress lend grace to our class.
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MARJORIE LOUISE COE MARGIE
Q Staples High, Westport
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DONALD A. CONTALDI DON
Young Cilizenf' Club Arr Club
Garnet Glearn Printing Stuff Tbe Young Hi.r1oriun.l
Wforld Geograpby Club Foolbull
"A PRINCE AMONG MEN HE MovEs"
Don's congeniality, dependability, and unselfishness make him a
unique personality. A cheerful fellow, always ready for a good
time, he finds life and studies pretty much worthwhile.
RICHARD THOMAS COONEY DICK
Hiflory Forum Swinzming
Home Room Re,t1re,ver1tuti1'e Le Cerrle Frunguil
Your Boob Stub' lluorlnl Hixlory Club
Pon American Program Cbuirmun Audio Viiuul Aid
"GooD NATURE IS His MIDDLE NAME"
Dick is good looking and always handy with a smile. A smart
dresser, well liked, he is noted for his everlasting joking in and
out of school. Dick is an avid sports fan and a member of our
DONNA SYLVIA CROTTY DONNA
History Forum Geography Club
Future Hornenzakerr Pep Club
B.B.C. Yeur Book Slug
Future Nurfef of Arnericu
"NOTHING HURRIES HER, N01'HING WOIQRIES HER"
Donna takes life as it comes. Her contagious laugh is well known
in the high school, and her carefree manner well liked.
Page Fifty Two
DENNIS THOMAS CURTIN DENN
Swimming Team Young Citizeur' Club
USKILL TO Do COMES or DOING"
Forever smiling that Irish grin and a bit of the blarney for one
and all, "Demi" gives that adding humor to our class.
ROBERT NELSON DAHLIN BOB
Choir, Treafurer S.P.Q.R.
Young Hiftoriam Boys' State
Le Cerrle Frangaii' All State Choir
"FEW THINGS ARE IMPOSSIBLE TO DILIGENCE AND SKILIJ'
Bob's knowledge and ability to acquire friends make him suc-
cessful in all he endeavors.
MURIEL P. DALTON MURIEL
B.B,C. Hirtory Forum
llVorld Hirtory Club
USOMEVVHAT QUIET AND SUBDUED, BUT ALWAYS
IN A CHEERFUL Moon"
"Silence is golden" is her motto. Although she says little, she I H I
really rates with us. in V.,,.V Vzvl-
..,, ' 'A
MICHAEL JOSEPH D'AVERSO MIKE
' St. Francis
B-B-C llforld Geography
HIIl07y FOVIUIZ Ygung Cigfzgnj
"A CHEERY LAD, WITH A GENEROUS SMILE"
Likeable, laughable Mike is always ready to brighten a drab
day. He puts his whole heart into everything he does, especially
when it includes merrymaking.
Page Fifty Tbree
GENNARO ANTHONY DeCARLO JERRY
BB-C W'orlzl Hirlory Club
HIUUVJ' Club Year Book Staff
Young Citizenr' Club
"THERE IS A TIME FOR SPEAKING, AND A TIME EOR BEING STILL"
Here's to our quiet, efficient man of the hour! His winning smile
has won admiration among all his companions. Jerry has little
time for mischief but plenty of time for work and fun.
NICHOLAS THEODORE DI BENEDICTUS NICK
Young Hirtorinnr Young Cizizenr' Club
Printing Art Club
HENTHUSIASM IS THE LIFE or THE SOUL"
With a cheery smile and a friendly "Hi", Nick has gained a
multitude of friends. His various talents insure an impending
MARIA ANNE DIETRICH MIA
Young Cifizenr' Club S.P.Q.R.
Future Nurrer of America Hiitory Forum
junior Red Crorr Reprerenlolirfe Cboir
llforld Geography Club
HPLEASING MANNEus AND A PLEASING GIRL"
Maria has a pleasant, cheerful personality which is always wel-
come. Although she takes her work seriously, she is always ready
JACQUELYN MAUREEN DONOVAN HALF PINT
B.B.C. Young Citizenr' Club
Young Hirlorianr Le Cerrle Franguir
"As JOVIAL A PERSON AS EVER WAS BORNH
Always on the go, carefree, gay, that's Jackie! Frolicking, fun
loving "Half Pint" lives in a gay world all her own, full of mirth
and mischief. g
Page Fifty Four
THOMAS HERMAN DOUTY TOM
Hirlory Forum Geograpby Club
UDONAT Do TODAY, WHAT YoU CAN PUT OEF TILL TOMORROVVH
It isn't that Tom doesn't like school or work . . . it's just that
vacations are more fun.
RAYMOND LEON DRAPKO RAY
Le Cerfle Franpair Year Book Slajf
S.P.Q.R. Young Hiftorianr
"LEISURE WITH DIGNI'I"Yy'
In a quiet, unassuming manner, Ray makes a favorable impres-
sion on all who encounter him. A diligent student and a loyal
member of our class, he is renowned for his conscientious and
straight forward ways.
CLEMENTINA MARIA DUARTE CLEMEY
W'orld Geograpby Club Young Citizenr
Future Nurrer of Arnerifa Art Club
"BEAUTY LIVES WITH KINDNESSH
Clemey can be serious or full of fun. She has her own special
circle of friends in which she is content and not quite as quiet as
she may appear to be.
BARBARA ELEANOR EDLER BARB
Le Cercle Frangair Young Hirtorianr
Garnet Glearn Edilor '60 Fulure Teacberx of Arneriea
"QUIET, DEPENDABLE, AND LADYLIKEH
Sincere in all her efforts is an avid description of this fair dam-
sel. True to the end of any endeavor, Barb can be depended upon.
Page Fifty Fiue
FRANK DOLPHERD EDMONDS, JR. BUTCH
Ilforld Hirlory Club Young Hirlorinns
Home Room Reprerenlutiue Intramural Bnflaezboll
"I HAVE KNOWN A VAST QUANTITY OF NONSENSEH
Here's to our fun loving Frank! Quick to lend a hand, sincere
in all his undertakings, and a most congenial companion, "Butch"
indeed is marked for success!
RONALD CHARLES ERRICO RON
Young Citizen? Club Young Hl.flf17'ldH,l'
Wforld Geogrupby Gornez Gleum Sfaff
A Cappella Cboir
"IF YOU WOULD RULE THE WORLD QUIETLY,
YOU MUST KEEP IT AMUSEDU
Is life worth living? Ask Ron his answer. In the affirmative,
of course! Why shouldn't it be when life has treated you so well?
LOUIS JOSEPH ESPOSITO LOU
S.P.Q.R. Young Citizenf' Club
"HIs SHYNESS, INTELLIGENCE AND ALOOFNESS
MAKE Us ALL EAGER TO KNOW HIM BETTER"
Louie, that aloof, subtle, and blushing young Adonis from
Beacon Falls has made quite a name for himself in high school,
as a guitar player for that famous hand, "The Cool Notes." just
W goes to show you that you can't keep a good man down.
ANN LOUISE ESTES ANN
Grover Cleveland, Buffalo, N, Y.
Art Club B.B,C.
Le Cercle Frunguir Year Book Stnf
Wforld Hirtory Club Hirzory Forum
"A SMILE so QUICK AND A VOICE so GAY
HER WITTY HUMOR LIGHTENs THE WAY"
Ann, though quiet, has a cheery "hi" for everyone. Her unob-
trusive efhciency and flair for organization acted as our most valu-
able asset in compiling "The Greyhound".
Page Fifty Six
FREDERICK JAY FAIRCHILD FRECKLY
Hirtory Forum Bdffbflll
Young Cilizenr' Club Le Cerrle Frangau
"HE WHO HAs HEALTH HAS HOPE AND HE WHO
HAS HOPE HAS EVERYTHING"
Fred works hard for what he gets and gets what he works hard
for. His cheerfulness is an asset in any classroom.
LYNN ANN FARKAS LYNN
History Forum B.B.C.
World Geograpby Club
"A MERRY HEART DOETH GOOD LIKE A MEDICINE"
Although she seems quiet, her friends know her to have a
pleasant personality full of merriment. During her four years at
Naugy she has gained many friends.
BARBARA JEAN FAVALE BARB
Geograpby Club Hirrtory Forum
B.B.C. Pep Club
"A WOMAN NEVER SPOKEN OF IS PRAISED THE MOST"
Quietness describes this clemure maiden. The ones who know her
best have found her a loyal friend. 5
CLAYTON ALBERT FERNANDES CLAYT
lWorld Geograpby Club, Preridenl Young Cilizenr
B.B.C., Vice-Presidenl Varrily Club
History Forum, '59 Prefidenl Year Boob Szaf
"THE BETTER PART OF VALOR IS DISCRETIONH
Clayt possesses an easy going and friendly personality and is
mannerly and good natured. His athletic ability has been displayed
by his active participation in sports at Naugy.
Page Fifty Seven
BEVERLY ANN FRANKLIN BEV
World Geograpby Club Ilirtory Forum
Bowling Captain B,B,C,
Year Boob Slap!
"A SOFT VOICE IN A WOMAN IS MUCH TO BE ADMIREI1'
Winsome ways and a pleasant voice are possessed by Bev. Her
willingness to help others in time of need is appreciated by both
her fellow students and faculty.
BARBARA JANE FROELICH BARB
P617 Club Hiffory Forum
Geography Club B.B.C.
"A SWEET ATTRACTIVE KIND or GRACE"
Barbara, soft-spoken and attractive, has gained friends by the
shyness of her winsome manner.
ANNA MARIE GALLUCCI DEB
Le Cerrle Fraugair Geograpby Club
Hirtory Forum Pep Club
Better Burinerr Club Banking
Year Boob Szayj'
UPERSONALITY IS AN IMMORTAL TREASUREH
Attractive and fun-loving, Ann graces our balls with ber pleasing
Ways and winning smile. Her efflciency and dependability spell
JACQUELIN MARY GENOVA JACKIE
Geography Club Hirzory Forum
Young Hirtoriam B.B.C.
"HAPPY IS SHE WHO IS CONTENT"
Quiet ways are most alluring as Jackie-:'s friends can tell you.
She has wencled her way serenely through four years of study.
Page Fifty Eigbz
ROBERT LAWRENCE GENOVESE BOB
Ciuifr Club Hiflory Forurn
Biology Club Home Room Reflrerentazioe
Englirb Club Bookkeeping Award '58
"OH, 'ro HAVE THE POWER To SMILE"
Bob is a friendly chap who tries to do his best regardless of
criticism. Whether you see Bob at the library reading some scien-
tific novel or being a clerk at Everybody's Market you'll be
greeted with his cheerie "hello."
KATHERINE MARY GERALDI KATHY
All Szale Cborur Senior Sexlel
Future Nurrey of Arnerira Latin Club
Year Book Slab' Home Roonz Reprerenlaliue
"THE ONLY WAY TO MAKE A FRIEND IS TO BE ONE"
Here's a girl who's always gay and friendly. Kathy enjoys writ-
ing and has proved her talents. English and U. S. History, re-
ALICE BERNICE GIBBONS AL
Garnet Gleam A Cappella Cboir
Year Book sldj? Future Nurxer of Arnerira
"HAPPINESS IS MADE 'ro BE SHARED"
Laughter and friendliness, a combination which "Al" can make
unbeatable. Her subtle wit lends a pleasant note to all activities.
JOHN ARTHUR GINTY JACK
l!f'orlu' Hirtory Club Voice of Denzorrary
"STILL WATERS RUN DEEP"
john has won our admiration with his excellent speech in the
Voice of Democracy. Good luck to him in the future.
Page Fifly Nine
JOHN JOSEPH GOMULINSKI BIG JOHN
Football Hirtory Forum
Young Hittorianr Vanity Club
"WHY THE HURRY AND ALARM"
Well-known to us all "Big John", his motto may well be never
hurry. But somehow he was never slow with a witty remark.
EDWARD FRANCIS GRICKIS ED
Young Citizent' Club Art Club
Hiytory Forum Football Manager
"SHADOW OF ANNOYANCE NEVER CAME NEAR"
Who hasn't come into contact with Ed at sometime or another?
This lad is always laughing and teasing. Where mischief abounds,
look for Ed.
PAULETTE MARIE GUARINO PAULA
B,B.C. junior Red Croft
Young Citizent Hiftory Forum
U7orld Geography Club Pep Club
Year Book Stag
"L1FE's A BowL OF CHERRIESH
Life is zestful to "Paula" who would rather smile than frown
any day. With a disposition to do and a will to dare, she takes
all in her stride.
I r A
EDWARD A. HALLOCK CHICK
East Farms, Waterbury
Hiftory Forum Intramural Sporty
Young Citizenf' Club
"HE HAs A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OF WITH
And he distributes it with vim. "Chick" takes the world as it
goes hy, and how does he find it? "All's well!" says Chick.
FORREST SIDNEY I-IANSON, JR. FORR
Le Cercle Frangaiy Hifiory Forum
Young Citizenr' Club Inlramural Barlzelball
"BE THOU NOT THE SLAVE or WORD"
Girls, take notice, we have in our midst a handsome, reserved,
and friendly fellow. Boys of Forrest's calibre are few in number.
DEBORAH HAYWARD DEBBIE
S.P.Q.R. A Cappella Cboir
Le Cercle Frangair Young Hiflorianr
"HER VOICE WAS SOFT, HER MANNER GENT"LE,'
Debbie is one of those seldom-found people who gives one the
impression of calmness and serenity. Although she is quiet, she
is always smiling and pleasant.
MARILYN JOYCE I-IENRICHS MAR
Hirlory Forum Ilvorld Geograpby Club
Young Cilizenr' Club B.B.C.
Year Boob Stag
"WHERE THERE's A WILL, THEREVS A WAY"
Bubbling with energy and always ready to lend a hand, that's
Marilyn. Her enthusiasm carries her along the road to success,
her undying perseverance and winning smile lead her to true
PATRICK C. HIGGINS PAT
F00ll2flll Young Citizens" Club
"IN QUIETNEss AND CONFIDENCE SHALL BE YOUR STRENGTH"
Here's to Pat who thinks much and talks sparingly. What would
our football team have done without him?
Page Sixty One
WILLIAM JOSEPH HIGGINS HIGGS
IVorld Hixtory Club Swimming
World Geography Club Young Hirzorianx
Young Citizenr' Club Le Cerrle Frangair
"NO HUMAN THING IS OF SERIOUS IMPORTANCE"
just spend a little time with Bill and you'll soon be splitting
with laughter. Never a dull moment when he's around.
MARY-BETH MICHELLE I-IOGARTH MARY-BETH
Art Club Pep Club
S.P.Q.R. Garnet Gleam
Guard of Honor Young Hlftorianr' Club
Year Book Staff Future Nurfef of Amerifa
"STYLE is THE DRESS OF THOUGHTS"
Mary-Beth's immaculate, well-groomed appearance reflects her
personality. This attractive Miss sports a friendly What
would we have done without her support at all the games? l
EDWARD ALBERT HALLOWAY EDDIE
Football Manager Garnet Gleam
Hirzory Forum Year Book Szujf
HSILENCE is MORE ELOQUENT THAN WORDS"
In the classroom he's a man of few words, but in the halls at
recess or after school you can always End him laughing or joking
with the boys.
HELEN CHARLOTTE HOTCHKISS HELEN
Le Cercle Franpaix YOWK Hlff0"l4'1f
"OE MANNERS GENTLE, OF AFFECTIONS MILDY'
Hard-working Helen can always be counted on to do her best.
Under that quiet exterior lies a heart of gold.
Page Sixly Two
LESLEY CLAIRE HOWARD LES
A Cappella Cboir
"A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE WITHIN THIS MAID DoTH LIE"
"Les" is a friend to everyone and is always ready to lend a
helping hand. She is a real asset to our class.
Le Cerrle Frangaix
. Young Cizizem' Club
MARY CAROL HUNT HUNTZIIE
Geograpby Club Fulure Nurtrey of America
"SHE s ALL THAT'S HONEST, HONORABLE, AND FAIR"
Quiet-spoken Mary is a good student and seeker after knowledge.
Yet when she's with the crowd watch out!
JAMES JOSEPH JACEWICZ JAZZ
Le Cerrle Franpaix
"ALTHOUGH HE HAs MUCH WIT, HE IS SHY or USING IT"
Quiet in class, jim's friendly humor is comfortable and reas-
Year Boob Staff
DIANNE CAROL JACOBOSKI DI
Home Room Reprererzlaliue Pep Club
Geograpby Club B,B.C.
A Cappella Cboir Guard of Honor
Hirtory Forum Young Cilizenx' Club
"ALWAYS GREETING WITH CHEERY SMILE, DI IS A FRIEND
A merry greeting, a cheerful smile. These may serve as an in-
troduction to our jovial classmate, Dianne. She has taken an active
part in class activities, and is one of the most popular of our
Page Sixty Tbree
REGINA ANN JANKOWSKI GINA
S.P.Q.R. Le Cerrle Frangaii
World Hirtory Club . Hiitory Forum
Fulure Tearkerf of America Garnel Gleam
Pep Club Year Book Staff
"YOU HAVE DONE HONOR TO EVERY VIRTUEH
Attractive "Gina" leads an active life. She can be serious and
merry, when the occasion occurs. With her pleasing personality,
she will someday be a successful teacheri
1 ,.,t.-:"-. 2 -' "- 5
MARIANNE JOYCE JAZINA JAZ ':"
Central Avenue i A J' ' ,
lV'orld Geography Club Banking , 'ltr 5
Hiftory Forum Year Book Staff I azb Q. H ff ""
B.B.C., Treaiurer Le Cerrle Franpaii 'J A lll, J V.,V
Pep Club Bookkeeping Award
"SHE HAs A MEEK AND SIMPLE GRACEH
Marianne! That name recalls to us a sweet young face, and a -"- : ii"' . ,,.
quiet manner, and happiness. She brightened the atmosphere of - .., N
our classes. May her friendly manner remain with her. A.
RONALD FREDRICK JOHNSON RONNIE
ELIZABETH MARY JONES BETSY
Le Cercle Franpaii
IWorld Geography Club
Demure Betsy seems
as timid as she appears?
Student Patrol fKaynorJ A. V.A. Vice-Prexidenl
"HE's A GREAT GUY AND A GOOD SPORT TOO"
Ronnie, who seems quiet and shy, has a fondness for fun. This
fellow has proved his worth since he came to Naugatuck High
Pan American Aisernbly
-r AND UNASSUMINGH
to be shy and quiet in class, but is she
Page Sixry Four
SUZANNE JOYCE JONES SUE
Hirtory Forum Le Cercle Frangair
Future Nurrer of Amerira Young Citizenr' Club
Better Burinerr Club
HSERENE, I FOLD My HANDS AND WAIT"
Although she may be quiet, Sue's deeds have spoken for them-
selves. Her gentle manner and shy smile have won her many
CAROLYN CLARKE KAMERZEL LYN
Intramural Basketball Intramural Baseball
A Cappella Claoir Le Cercle Franfair
"IN SPORTS SHE PLAYED HER PART"
Lyn is a versatile athlete, active in various sports. The girls'
basketball team would be minus a few of its honors if it hadn't
been for Lyn's precision playing.
CAROL ANN KARASINSKI SHEENA
World Geography Club Ar! Club
B.B.C, Hlrzor Forum
"HIGH Ho-OFF Fon FUN WE Go"
A high voltage live-wire, Carol keeps her pals in hilarity.
Whenever there is laughter and gaiety in the crowd, you can be
assured of Carol's presence.
JOYCE KAWECKI JOYCE
I St. Hedwig's
Hzrzory Forum B,B,C,
W'arld Geograpby Club Young Citizenr' Club
Year Book Slajf
"A LIGHT HEART LIVES LONG"
Happy-go-lucky, Joyce is always on the go. Quick Witted, she
is friendliness personified.
Page Sixzy Five
CHARLES MATTHEW KAZEMEKAS KAZ
lVo'flzl Geography Club Young I-lirfor-ian.:
Home Room Reprerenlatizfe
"LIFE IS Two-THIRDs FUN"
Mischievous Kaz is always on hand for a good time. Our hand-
some classmate enjoys life to the utmost in his own carefree
MARGARET MARY KEKA MARGIE
Cheerleader, Co-Captain '60 Young Hi.rtorian.s" Club
Le Cercle Frangair Honor Guard
Home Room Repferenlazive A Cappella Choir
Year Book Slapf Young Cilizenr' Club
"A FRIENDLY SMILE IS WoII1'HwHILE"
Never a dull moment when Margie's around. As co-captain of
the cheerleaders, she is full of vim and enthusiasm. Although
she always seems to be hurrying down the hall, Margie will
never pass you by without a warm smile and a friendly "Hi",
JOHN EDWARD KELLEY, JR. KEL
Hirtory Forum Young Cjlizeni' Club
"AH, WHY SHOULD LIFE ALL LABOR BE ?"
Easy-going John belongs to that group of people who believe
in lightening the burdens of the day with a laugh. Continue to
enjoy life, "Kel", and thereby set us an example.
PHILIP PAUL KEPLER CHICO
Talent Review '57, '58, '59 Young I-Iirzorianr
"HAPPY is THE MAN WHO HAT1-I Nor TROUBLESH
Dancing eyes and a flashing grin distinguish this modern trou-
badour. Well known for his lively music making, he presents a
dashing figure with his smooth clothes and equally smooth wit.
Page Sixly Six
STANLEY R. KIELB
"LIFE IS NOTHING BUT FUN!"
Stan enjoys life to the utmost in his own carefree way. He
has put two and two together and come up with the solution that
three quarters of his life is not strictly study! Right, Stan?
SHIRLEY ANN KINDULAS SHIRL
B.B.C. Year Boob Slaf
Hirfory Forum World Geograpby Club
"NOT MUCH TALK, A GREAT SWEET SILENCEH
Shy and gentle, Shirley always has a kind word for everyone.
Her outstanding characteristics of sincerity and dependability have
gained her many friends.
MOIRA HIGHLAND KINNE
. Year Book Slay?
"VARIETY IS THE SPICE or LIFE THAT GIVES IT ALL ITs FLAVORH
Moochie is quite a "gal" whether it be in the classroom or
on the dance floor. We are sure that a girl who possesses such
talents will succeed in any endeavor.
Young Citizenr' Club
GARY JEROME KNAPIK GARY
World Hifzory Club Intramural Sportr
Young Hirzorianr Young Citizenr' Club
Varrily Club Le Cercle' Franpair
junior Prom Cornmillee Home Room Reprerenlative
UGIVE ME A MAN WITH A SENSE or HUMoI1"
There's never a dull moment with Gary around. Always laugh-
ing and joking, he finds humor in almost anything.
Page Sixty Seven
JOANN M. KOWALEWSKI GIDGET
- St. Hedwig's
Hzxlory Forum An Club
"QU1ETNEss AND CONFIDENCE SHALL BE Yoon STRENGTH"
joann is that pert young Miss with a smile for all. Her artistic
abilities show promise for a bright future.
JOHN ANTHONY KOWALEWSKI JOHN
' Hop Brook
Basketball Young Hixlorianr
Intramural Sports junior Red Crow
World Hirlory Club Le Cerrle Fraugazx
"No MAN is HAPPY WHO DOESN'T THINK HIMSELF So"
Carefree John always has a cheerful word for everyone. An
atmosphere of pleasantness prevails when he is around, and who
can resist that rumbling voice? .
BEVERLY ANN KRASINSKY BEV
World History Club Hiflory Forum
B.B.C. Le Cercle Frangaiy
Pep Club S.P.Q.R.
"So FAIR, So CALM, So SOFT OF Vo1cE!"
Serious and laughable in just the right proportions, Bev is
always willing to give a helping hand. Surely, ingredients for a
MARY LINDA KRAYESKE LINDA
World History Club Orrbextra
Band Future Teacberr of Amerira
Talent Review Pep Club
Le Cercle Fraupais
HALL THAT SHE DoEs, SHE DoEs WELL"
Linda is well-known among her classmates for her talented
piano playing and her friendliness to everyone. Success will come
readily to this damsel.
Page Sixty Eigbl
NICHOLAS JOSEPH KRENITSKY NICK
Le Cerrle Fnznguif S.P.Q.R.
Young Hi,rloriuu.r Year Book Smf
"A LITTLE NONSENSE Now AND THEN
IS RELISHED BY THE WISEST MEN"
Always full of fun, Nick creates an atmosphere of enthusiasm.
He brings about much of the laughter that rings through the halls
of N. H. S.
LINDA ANN KWASNIEWSKI SQUASH
Uyorld Geography B-B.C.
Wforld History Hifzory Forum
Young Citizens' Club
"No CARE BEYOND TODAY"
With a subtle sense of humor, Linda has achieved a long list
of loyal friends. This is her formula for a bright future.
FRANK JOSEPH LA BRUZZA CURLY
Science Club Young Citizenr
Fulure Tearberr of America Art Club
"WITH A BRIGHT, DIMPLED SMILE, HE REIGNSH
Ever ready to lend a hand, tlIat's our fellow classmate. With
mischief in his mind and a challenging grin, we wish success to
this jovial man.
LORRAINE BIBIANE LACOURSE LAURIE
Wforld Geogmpby Club B.B.C.
Hiflory Forum Pun Anzefimu Auembly
"IN EVERY GESTURE-DIGNITYH
Although to most people Laurie seems quiet and unassuming,
her flawless mannerisms speak highly of her.
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SHIRLEY ANN LANOUETTE SHIRLEY
Hirtory Forum Le Cerrle Frangair
Young Citizenr' Club Year Book Slay?
"I SING AWAY SORROW AND CAST AWAY CARE"
Quietness coupled with demure charm portray a co osite pic-
ture of this fair maiden. ,jf
GEORGE HENRY LaROSE, III JULIUS
Young Hirtorianr junior Red Crorr
World Hiftory Club Year Book Staff
"HE TAKES THINGS AS HE FINDS THEM"
George is popular and well known to his classmates for his
alert personality and his practical jokes. Unlike many jesters, he
can also laugh at himself as the point of someone else's joke.
PATRICIA ELLEN LEE PAT
Cheerleader Le Cercle Franpai:
Horneroom Reprefentatiue A Cappella Choir
Guard of Honor S.P.Q.R.
Hirzory Forum Year Book Staf
"BLONDE OF HAIR AND So BLESSED A DISPOSITIONH
Pat's cheerfulness and amiableness is abundant in all she en-
counters. Her Warm smile and radiant eyes reflect her character
to perfection, and her dependability ranks her high on any popu-
HAROLD GEORGE LENNON HARRY
IWorld Geography Club Inzrarnural Barkelball
Hlrtory Forum Inlramural Volleyball
"A WELL-BRED SILENCE IS ALWAYS AT COMMAND" '
Although reticent, Harry is a loyal member of our class. His
pleasant companionship makes him well liked by all.
Page S evenly
CHARLES JOHN LODGE "THE GOV."
S,P,Q,R, Izztmuzuml Volleyball
"THE FORCE OF HIS OWN MERIT MAKES HIs WAY"
john is a rather quiet person, but under this exterior appearance
he is a good student and a friend to all. His studious habits may
earn him the title of "Engineer" in years to come.
THOMAS ALEXANDER LOMPERT MR. CIVIL DEFENSE
Audio Vlruul Aid Young Historians
"VERY LITTLE IS NEEDED TO MAKE A HAPPY LIFE"
Tom! Our proficient projectionist, forever ready for fun, lends
an able hand to the Audio Visual Aid.
GLORIA ANN LORD GLO
lVorld Geogmpby Club Af! Club
Future Nurfer of America Hi.fI01'y Forum
B'B,C, Pep Club
"SPEECH IS SILVERQ SILENCE IS GOLDU . I
Gloria's quietness is no handicap to her personality. She 15 a
pleasure to know and we all wish her success In the future.
RICHARD JOSEPH MAGAS "RICH"
S.P.Q.R. Le Cerrle Frunpuir
Af! Club History Forum
Sopbouzore Clan Tfeururer llyorld Hiflory Club
A Cuppellu Cboir Yeur Boob Stuf
"IT IS A FRIENDLY HEART THAT HAS PLENTY OF FRIENDS"
If ever there was a heart of gold it belongs to Rich. With his
carefree manner, his ever-radiant smile and his willingness to help,
Rich is the epitome of composure.
Page Seventy One
THOMAS FRANCIS MAHAN, JR, FARMER
Spuzzifb I Club, Serrelury Algebm Il Club, Pre,Iiu'e1zt
Englirb Club llnorld Hiizory Club
Latin I Club Hirtory Forum
Wforld Geogmpby Club
"No MAN is FREE WHO CANYT COMMAND HIMSELF"
A wonderful sense of humor, Tom always enjoys a good time.
His friendliness has won him many friends and he is a welcome ad-
dition to Naugy.
ALBIN JOSEPH MARCISZ
Art Club Hinory Forum
"ONE CANNOT ALWAYS BE A HERO, BUT ONE CAN
ALWAYS BE A MAN"
Quiet in his Own way, Al is always dependable and loyal. His
art ability and his congenial spirit are only a few of his talents.
LORETTA MARY MARINO RET
B.B.c. Pep Club
Young Hi.rf0riun.r' Club
"AH, BUT WHY SMILE, XWHEN A LAUGH MEANS MORE?"
This young lassie came to us from Wilby, bringing her delightful
mannerism and her friendly smile. Here's to a welcome member!
WILLIAM MICHAEL MCKENNA BILL
lVorld Geography Club Hi.fl0'fy Fofllm
"MANHOOD, NOT SCHOLARSHIP, IS THE FIRST AIM OF EDUCATION"
Giving sincere compliments is one of Bill's arts. Though his
interests range beyond our class, he is ever loyal to his Old friends.
Page 8817672131 Two
ROBERT JOSEPH MCNAMEE MAC
Young Hirlorianr Le Cercle Frangaif
Young Cilizenr' Club A Cappella Cboir
"GooD HUMOR IS THE HEALTI-I or THE SOULH
Bob can take as well as give a joke. An active member of the
swimming team he is sure to succeed in the future.
MARY DREAMA MEALEY DREAMA
Year Boob Sldf Garnet Gleam
Fulure Nurref of Arnerira Art Club, Sefretary '59-'60
Le Cercle Frangrair Young Hiflorianr' Club
World History Club Pep Club
"A MERRY, GAY, CAPRICIOUS SPIRIT"
Don't let Dreama's name fool youg she's extremely versatile and
a neat dresser, too. Well liked, her titian colored hair is the envy
of almost all who know her.
CAROL ANN MEDEIROS CARRIE
Wforld Geograpby Club Year Boob Staff
Future Nurrer of Arnerira Hirlory Forum
Pep Club B.B.C.
"NOT 'TIL THE SUN EXCLUDES You Do I EXCLUDE You"
Carol is always ready to ,lend a helping hand. Her quiet beauty
and warm smile are a welcome addition to the Class of "60".
WILFRED MEGIN WILL
n Ridgefield High School
UINDIVIDUALITY IS THE SALT or HIS LIFE"
"Mechanics" is the password for "Wolfie's" future. The picture
of placidity, he is most at home when he has a car to tinker with.
Page Seventy Tbree
ALFRED L. MEYERS MOTTS
Irzlramural Barkelball All Slate Cborul'
A Cappella Cboir S,P,Q,R,
"A NOBLE MIND DISTAINS NOT TO REPENTH
A person Of high inielligence, Al is amiable and a good com-
panion. He is full of fun and is always ready for a good time.
RICHARD S. MEZZIO MEZ
Hirtory Forum IVorld Hirzory Club
Frerbman Bareball Intramural Volleyball
Frefbmarz Barlaeiball Vanity Bafketball
"IT IS ONLY LIQUID CURRENTS OF THOUGHT THAT
MOVE MEN AND THE WORLD"
A pleasing personality, a witty remark and a wonderful sense
of humor produce Dick, a well-liked person. We're proud to
BEVERLY MARGARET MEZZO BEV
Le Cercle Fraugair lWorld Hirfory Club
Future Teacberr of America Young Cilizem'
Young Hifloriunr Year Book Staf
"A GOOD DISPOSITION IS MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLDU
Although quiet in class, Bev always offers a cute smile and a
happy hello whenever she greets you.
LINDA SHIRLEY MEZZO LIN
Young Hirlorianr B.B.C.
World Geograpby Club
HFRIENDLINESS IS THE WINE OF LIFE"
Dimpled smile and chestnut hair, we predict for our girl a life-
time of happiness and a multitude of friends.
Page Seventy Four
GEORGE EDWARD MITCHELL MITCH
W'orld Hirlory Club Wforld Geography Club
"BE NoT MERELY Goong BE Gooo FOR SOMETHINGU
Carefree in whatever he does, George likes a good time. The
unusual is the expected when he is around.
CHARLES MITRIK, JR. CHARLIE
World Geography Club Hirtory Forum
W'orld Hirtory Club B.B.C.
"LIBERTY OF THOUGHT IS THE LIFE OF THE SOUL"
Happy-go-lucky Charlie. "Ready for a good time, any time" is
GAIL THERESA MIZESKI GAIL
B.B.C. Hiflory Forum
World Geography Cluh Girls' Bowling Team
"CARRY THROUGH LIFE A SMILING FACE
AND LET YOUR HEART BE GAY"
They say that good things come in small packages and that
describes our Gail to a While reserved on the surface, actu-
ally she possesses a grand sense of humor and a most pleasing
RONALD ALBERT MOLNAR RON
World Geography Hixlory Forum
UCONTENTMENT AND FUN Go TOGETHER"
Ron's spectacular personality rules over all his other assets. Keen
wit and high integrity go hand in hand.
Page Seventy Five
SHARON ANNE MONAHAN SHARON
Hiflory Forum Gcl7'IZ6l Gleam Slab'
Art Club Le Cerrle Frurzguir
Future Nurrei of America
"A WOMAN SURE To MAKE HER MARK"
Sharon's aims are set high, and she possesses the ability, ambi-
tion, and amiability required to attain these goals.
ROSE MARY MUCHA ROSIE
Pep Club Guurd of Honor
A Cappella Cboir Home Room Reprererzzulive
"THE SMILES THAT WIN, THE TINT THAT GLOWs"
That's our pert and pretty Rose. With smiles and laughter this
little flower took root deeply in our hearts.
CAROL ANN MURPHY MURPH
A Cappella Cboir Geography Club
History Forum Future Ilorzzerruzberi'
Young Citizem' Club Beller Buiizzeir Club
"YOUTH IS FULL OIf SPORTH
Placid, yet missing nothing, Carol goes on her way, certain that
all will work out in the end. And why not, Carol will help it
JAMES EDWARD MURRAY JIM
Hirlory Forum Wforld Hjrtory Club
"EVERYONE EXCELS IN SOMETHING IN WHICI-I
ANOTHER ONE FAILSH
Always on the move, jim Ends that there is not enough time
in the day to include all his outside activities. A score of hobbies
occupy his spare time.
Page Severity Six
HAROLD WILLIAM MURTHA, JR. MURT
B.B.C. Clan Reprerentatiue '60
Young Cilizenr' Club Intramural Spam
Hirtory Forum Varsity Football
lVorld Geography Club
"NEVER TROUBLE TROUBLE, TILL TROUBLE TROUBLES YoU"
Wluo said, "Only Atlas could hold the world on his shoulder?"
Many are liable to think that Murt will some day also accomplish
this feat. He has the strength of body, will, and the friendship
of all. A perfect picture of personality personified, this handsome
goliath never walks alone in our fair halls.
RICHARD M. NALICHOWSKI RICH
Hiriory Forum Young Citizens' Club
"KEEPING THE GOLDEN MEAN BETWEEN SAYING
Too MUCH AND Too LITTLE"
Adding interest and humor to any crowd of which he is a
part, Richard constantly displays his wit and humor. No worries
for this lad!
FRANCIS ANTHONY NARDELLO FRAN
Le Cercle Francais . A Cappella Cboir
Inlramural Barkelball Football
Basketball Hirlory Forum
"WHAT A TIME! WHAT A CIVILIZATIONH
No gloom hangs over this lad's head. Fran's casual and fun-
loving manner easily make him "one of the bQys."
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GEORGE E. NASON GEORGE
Tilden School, Reene, New Hampshire
Science Club Af, Club
Young Hixlorianr Ofglggypm
Le Cerrle Frangair Bam!
"LET THE PATH BE OPEN T0 TALENT"
Though new to us in our junior year, George has already dis-
played his versatility-music-wise and otherwise! Winning the
title of Vice-President of the band is just one of his well deserved
Page Seuenl y Seven
NORMAN HALL NAUGES NORM
Young Hirtorianr Football
Vanity Club Intramural Baxkelball
Young Citizenf' Club Le Cerfle Frangalf
"THAT INEXHAUSTIBLE GooD NATURE WHICH IS ITSELF A GIFT"
Norm's main objectives ?-football and fun of course! With the
gridiron his brother, and a good time his twin, he has made him-
self a general favorite.
CHESTER MARIAN NIZIOLEK CHET
Hop Brook School
Young Hirtorians' Club Young Cilizenr' Club
Frenfb Club Hirlory Forum
"MEN OF FEW WORDS ARE THE BEST MEN"
Outwardly Chester is of quiet disposition but he certainly can
hold his own with the crowd. His quips keep us all amused.
BRIAN THOMAS NOLAN BRU
Wforld Geograpby Club Hirrory Forum
B.B.C. Young Cilizenr' Club
junior Varfizy Foolball
"I AM INCLINED TO LET THEVIWORLD Go BY"
Bru's care-free manner surely indicates he shall never forget
these high-school days. Nothing will stop him in his pursuit of
LAWRENCE EDWARD NOLAN LARRY
Young Citizen! Hixtory Forum
Le Cerrle Frangaif A Cappella Cboir
All-Slate Cboir Swimming Team
"I LovE A WIDE MARGIN To MY LIFE"
Larry's quiet manner and unassuming ways speak well of him.
His endeavors in the Choir and the Naugy Swimming Team make
him a much appreciated member of our class.
Page Seventy Eigbz
DANIEL JAMES NOONAN DANNY
Hirtory Forum Young Citizeni' Club
World Geogmpby Club
"A FREE, A FRIENDLY FELLOW"
Danny greets everyone with his boyish grin and a cheery hello.
With a fondness for merriment, Dan wastes no time on dull cares.
PATRICIA ANN O'BRIEN PAT
S.P.Q.R. Le Cerrle Fmngair
Future Nurier Arroriolioo Young Hiftorionr
"FRIENDSHIP IMPROVES HAPPINESS"
Pat's calm and pleasing manner speaks for itself. She can be
serious, she can be gay. Either way, we like her!
REGINA OLDADOWSKI REG
Geogrupby Club Art Club
Young Cizizeni' Club Young Hiitoriuni
"WHAT WISDOM CAN You FIND THAT IS GREATER
Though quietly pensive, Reggie has won many friends by her
agreeable self. With her rare wit, willingness and consideration,
she has made a lasting impression on us all.
ROBERT PETER OLDAKOWSKI BUDDY
II5'o1'ld Hirlory Club, Vire Preiidenl '57 Year Book Editor
Young Hi.r1o'rimz.r, Preiident '60 S'.P,Q.R.
Homeroonz Repreienmtiixe '58-'59 Talent Revue
Cluiiv Viee-Prefidenl '57 Orcbertm
"THE ABLE MAN SHOWS HIS SPIRIT BY ARDENT
ENTHUSIASM AND RESOLUTE ACTIONS"
With a strong determination to tackle a task, Buddy personilies
dependability. Amicable and sturdy, this young man has won high
esteem from all who know him.
Page Serenly Nine
TIMOTHY GORDON O'NEILL TIM
Bucfgs Hill, Waterbury
IWorld G'90g7'tlf1hJl Hi,i'l0yJf Fgfyfgl
"LIFE IS A JEST AND ALI. TIIINGS SHOW IT"
Fun-loving and laughing describes our Tim, His subtle humor
and remarks create an atmosphere of buffoonery.
DOLORES MARY OSIECKI DEE
Hop Brook School
Geograpby Club Freurb Club
Young Hirtorium Banking
"A LIGHT HEART LIVES LONG"
Quiet, efhcient, self-contained, light-hearted Dee shows her seri-
ous nature by giving able assistance to the business management
of the classbook.
EMILY THERESA PAINTER EMILY
Hirtory Forum B.B.C.
World Geogrupby Club
"LET MY SILENCE SPEAK Ifoit ME"
Emily's quiet nature helps balance the more aggressive in our
class. With a certain tranquillity she dwells among us.
PHYLLIS ANN PAPE PHYL
I-lirlory Forum junior Red Crow
Modern Dunre Club Le Cerrle Fruuguii
Pep Club Year Book Stuff
Young Citizezzr' Club Future Teucberr of Amerim
"CARRY THROUGH LIFE A SMILING FACE AND
LET YOUR HEAIIT BE GAY"
With a personality that says much, this merry l?ttle bundle of
feminity delights all who know her. A smile for all, her friends
ANTOINETTE PAVAO N ETTI E
"A MIGHTY SPIRIT FILLS THAT LITTLE FRAME"
Our Nettie: fun-loving, frolicksome, and forever scintillating.
Her personality personified, she has gained a multitude of friends
in and out of the "Halls of Naugyn.
IVARS A. PETERSONS IVARS
Le Cerrle Frangair Uniled Natiozzr Comer!
"HE THAT HATH KNOWLEDGE, SPARETH HIs WORDS"
Ivars is quiet, industrious, and clever. Carefree and energetic
. . . his fields of activity have been broad and permeated with
HAROLD RUSSELL PENWELL, JR. HAL
Le Cerrle Frangair Bayketball
Intramural Barkelball Yourzg Hiftorianf
Varfizy Club Bareball
"ALL'S RIGHT' WITH THE XVORLD-AND WITH HAL"
On the diamond, Hal is as reliable as they come, and in the
classroom, his easy going manner, good looks, and amiable per-
sonality have Won him a wide circle of friends.
MARYJANE ANNE PETRO MARY JANE
St. Hedwig's School
Wforld Hillary Club Hirlory Forum
Cheerleader Honor Guard
Future Tearlyerf of America Year Book Slajj'
"BEAUTY IS POWER, A SMILE IS ITS SWORD"
Mary jane is easily recognized by her smiling countenance and
shining personality. Dignity and poise make her a leader in all
Page Eighty One
RICHARD L. PETRUCELLI DICK
Art Club Young Historians
Young Citizenr' Club
"HE DOTH INDEED SHOW SPARKS THAT ARE LIKE WITH
A friendly smile and bubbling laughter plus an unforgettable
wit describe our Dick. A fellow with a wonderful sense of humor,
Dick tackles all problems with a smile.
EDWARD JOSEPH PICHULO ED
Hirtory Forum Young Hirtorians
HBREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT"
This seemingly quiet boy is really the possessor of the gift of
loquacity. His ability and competitive spirit accompanied by his
sense of humor and appealing personality make him a sure winner
of every contest.
WILLIAM BRIEN PIERCE BRIEN
Country Day School, Providence, R. I.
Le Cerele Frangair Young Hirftorianr
Young Citizens' Club A Cappella Cboir
"FOR KNOWLEDGE Too, IS ITSELF A POWER',
A likeable boy is Brien, ever ready to aid his classmates. Al-
though at times he is shy, Brien becomes an appreciated friend
when his acquaintance has been made. .,
ARLENE LOUISE PISTARELLI ARLENE
Future Nurrer of Amerifa, Secretary Hixtory Forum
Le Cercle Frangair S.P.Q.R.
Home Room Representative
"A MERRY HEART DOETH GOOD LIKE A MEDICINE"
Poised and smiling, and a whirlwind of energy describe Arlene.
She is one of the few individuals who possesses seriousness and
hilarity in just the right proportions.
Page Eighty Two
HELEN JANET PRITCHARD BOBBIE
S,P.Q.R. Fuiure Tearlaevxr of Amerira
Young Hi,rforinn,r Young Cilizenx
"HER Am, HER MANNERS, ALL WHO SAW, ADMIREDH
Possessed of fun, zest, and vitality, Bobbie is bursting with
energy. Short, dark, and beautiful, she captivates her own coterie.
LINDA JANE PRITCHARD LIN
S.P.Q.R. Tfeniurer '58-'59 Hirlory Forum
W'orld Hirzofry Club, Sewelury '58 A Cappella Clooir
Clam Secretary '58-'60 junior Prom Conznzitlee
Le Cercle Frangair
"THY WORK VVILI. GUIDE OTHEI1s T0 HAPPINESSY,
Lin's pleasantness and sincerity are responsible for her multitude
of friends. This girl excells in intelligence and vivacity.
RONALD WILLIAM PRUCHNICKI PERNUCH
Young Cizizefzr Young Hlrzoruzny
li "f' orld Geogmplay
"MANY A LIVE-WIRE WOULD BE A DEAD ONE
EXCEPT Ifon His CONNECTIONS"
Fun! Fun! Fun! This is Pernuch's password to life. He is 21 gay
lad with scintillating blue eyes.
BEVERLY JOAN QUINN BEV
llyorld Geograplay Club Young Hi.rlo'riu1z.r
"BE GOOD, SWEET MAID, AND LET WHO WILL, BE CLEVERU
A vivacious girl, bubbling over with frivolity and good fellow-
ship is Bev. Her ever-ready wit and energetic spirit have won her
the friendship of her many classmates.
Page Eignly Tlaree
HAROLD ADOLF RACEVICIUS HAROLD
Le Cerrle Fraupair S.P.Q.R.
Bareball Yourzg Citizem' Club
Art Club A Cappella Cboir
'KMANLINESS IS NEXT To GoDL1NEss"
Good-looking? Pleasant personality? You name it4Harold's got
it. He has won the respect and friendship of all his fellow class-
mates and our whole-hearted vote for class Apollo.
CHARLES F. RADO CHARLIE
Clan Treasurer Varfily Club
Varsity Football Varsity Basketball
"Tis Goop To BE MERRY AND WISE"
Charlie has an avid interest in sports, especially football, and has
given his strong support to our team. His service as Class Treasurer
show that he is responsible as well as athletic.
WILLIAM CHARLES RADO BILL
Baxbelball, co-raplaiu Varsity Club
Ba5eball Young Hiiloriarzi'
Le Cerfle Fraufaif
"EVERY MAN is THE ARCHITECT or His OWN FUTURE"
"Bill', amiable and affable, likes lots of fun. His many contri-
butions in basketball make him a sure victor in every contest.
ELIZABETH CATHERINE REICH BETTY
Cboir junior Prom Committee
Young Hirtoriaui' Guard of Honor
Pep Club, Vive Prefidenl Art Club, Vice Prerideut
Home Room Reprerenzazire Year Boob Staff
"QUEEN OF HEARTS, DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN"
Possessed of sincerity, intelligence and beauty, Betty has won
everyone's heart through her exuberant personality and engaging
Page Eigbly Four
JOAN SANDRA REILLY JOANIE
Le Cerrle Frarzgaii S.P.Q.R.
Future Nurfer of America Pep Club
"OE SURPASSING BEAUTY IN THE BLooM OF YOUTH"
Joanie has a friendly smile and a kind word for everyone. Her
charming personality and outstanding beauty have won our hearts.
TEKLA MARGARET REK TEK
Young Hiftoriam Year Book Staff
A Cappella Claoir Art Club
S.P.Q.R. Future Tearloerr of Amerira
Pep Club Le Cerrle Frarzgair
"So SWEET THE BLUSH OF BASHFULNESSH
"Tek", sweet of voice and willing to aid, is a friend worth culti-
vating. She is so unobtrusive in class We hardly know she's there-
PETER CHARLES RICHARDS PETE
Rookery Road S. M. S.g England
Swimming Hirtory Forum
A Ca ella Choir Le Cerrle Frangair
UPERSEVERANCE SPELLS SUCCESS"
Hard-working, intelligent, and frank, best describe "Pete."
Though usually quiet and pensive he has his noisy moments.
ROBERT F. RIMKOSKI RIG
Swimming Hillary Forum
"THE GREATER MAN, THE GREATER COURTESYH
"Rig" gives the impression of being quiet, but we wonder. That
smile of his leaves us in doubt. We all enjoy his earnestness and
sincerity. More goes on behind that calm gaze than we know
Page Eighty Five
ALFRED F, ROSA AL
Vanity Fanzbull Hiitory Forum
S.P.Q.R. Le Cerrle Fmnguir
Tulenz Reuieu' Iutrunzuml 5170111
"IE You WANT A SENSE OF HIVMKJIK, BORRow MINE'l
Happy-go-lucky from morning 'till night. A cheerful fellow al-
ways ready for a good time, "Al" finds life and studies pretty
MICHAEL JAMES RUBY MIICE
Youn Cilizenr' Club Frenfb Club
HTHEREYS A GOOD TIME COMING BOYS, A GOOD TIME COMING"
Who can ever forget the side-splitting laughter Mike brought
with him to all his classes. He is a true advocate of the belief that
fun should precede business. ,
DAVID P. RUPSIS DAVE
Hiftvfy Forum Printing
"A FREE FRIENDLY FELLOW"
With his easy-going nature, Dave sailed through his senior year
in his own inimitable way. His congenial manner has won for him
a host of friends.
HENRY LEO RUSZCZYK HANK
Art Club Young Cizizenf' Club
Hirzory Forum Printing
"LIFE IS Too SHORT To BE SERIOUSH
Hank is not one to let schoolwork get in his way. He just breezes
along and takes the world as he finds it. Lucky boy--he finds it
Page Eigbzy Six
ARLENE CATHERINE RYKOSKI "AR"
Yearbook Staff Pep Club, Prexident '59-'60
Fuzure Teacberr of Amerira Le Cerrle Frangaix
Young Hirtorianf Garnet Gleam Szajf
junior Prom Committee
"HER WAYS ARE WAYS OF PLEASANTNESS AND HER PATHs
ARE THE PATHS or PEACE"
Peppy on the dance floor, studious in the classroom, exuberant
at the football games-these are a few pictures of this versatile
damsel. "Ar" is always ready to help and faithful to the end in
DIANNE FRANCES SCHEITHE DI
Geogmpby Club Art Club
Hirzory Forum B.B.C.
Young Citizens' Club
"COMMAND THE ASSISTANCE OF A FAITHFUL FRIEND"
Dianne, with her quality of amity, is bound to be a success. Her
friendly smile plus her pleasing manners have contributed to make
KARL FREDRICK SCHUMACHER KARL
Varrily Football Intramural Volleyball
Vanity Club Intramural Barkezball
'01-'HY WIT SHALL NE'ER Go SLIP-SHODH
Ever since his freshman year, Karl's witty answers and jokes
have been heard throughout our palace imperial. We are all hop-
ing, Karl, that your wit will help fulfill your ambitions.
LAWRENCE EARL SCHWARTZ LARRY
Le Cerfle Frangair Baygbdll
Young Cilizenr' Club Vu,-yily Club
"MY SUBJECT SHALL BE WITTY AND IT SHAN'T BE LONG"
Here's to Larry with his hail-fellow-well-met air and carefree
manner. His infectious, buoyant way, his swift atonement for
blunders, interest in all of his pals, stamp him as one of the best.
Page Ei gb! y Seven
CAROL-JOAN SCULLIN "SCULLY"
Wforld Geography, Treafurer Hirlory Forunz
Art Club B.B.C.
Year Book Staff junior Red Crow
"CAN IT BE THAT SHE NEVER HAs ANY VUORRIESY'
She's all smiles and jokes and merry making-yet she always has
time for her school work. These qualities will take her far. A
better friend, there is not!
DANIEL F. SCULLIN DAN
Young Historian! Intramural Sporlr
Le Cerrle Frangaif Young Citizens' Club
"ONE VAST EXPANSIVE SMILE"
Every morning bright and early, Dan breezes in, flashing his
broad grin. Perhaps this is his chief agent in winning so many
friends. Garrulous to the "nth" degree, impulsive, but quick to
repent, these round out his character.
ROBERT LOUIS SEBOLAO BOB
Garnet Gleam Stab' S.P.Q.R.
Talent Review Young H irtorianr
"NOTHING EVER WORRIES ME"
With his deep bass voice, Bob expressed his opinions vocifer-
ously. He's a well-liked fellow with well-planned leisure time. Has
he a sense of humor? Ask his pals!
RONALD E. SEELEY RON
Nathan Hale jr. High, Norwalk, Conn.
Intramural Sport: Young Hirtorianr
Football Health and Slrengtla Club
"THIS Boy HAS SPIRITH
For honors in garrulity, we hand all to Ron. In study hall or
homeroom it's all the same, but with that good-natured grin he
is soon forgiven.
Page Eighty Eiglu
MARTHA LEE SEITZER MARTY-LEE
A Cappella Cboir junior Prorn Cornrniltee
All State Cborur Le Cerrle Franpair
Young Hirtorianf S.P.Q.R.
Talent Review Year Boob Staff
"LIFE IS A PUDDING FULL OF PLUMs"
A popular member of her group, Marty-Lee hnds life a sparkling
adventure. Combine this with scholarship and a never-failing de-
pendability ancl you have an accurate composite of our Marty-Lee.
RONALD THOMAS SGRILLO RONNY
S.P.Q.R. Orchestra, Preiident '60
Le Cercle Frangair Band, President '60, Trearurer, '59
Young Hiftoriany Hislory Forum
"A MAN or HOPE AND MUCH ACCOMPLISHMENTH
Ronny is considered the backbone of our N. H. S. band and de-
serves much credit for his loyal support during the past four years.
His alfability has tabbed him as one of the most popular and well
liked boys both in and outside of the halls of Naugy.
BARBARA-JOAN SHEEDY BJ.
A Cappella Cboir Tbe Young Hirtorianf
Cbeerleader ca lain '60 Home Room Re refentaliue
, P P
Guard of Honor Laurel Girl'J Stale '59
Year Book Staff
"NOTHING GREAT WAS EVER ACHIEVED WITHOUT ENTHUSIASMH
"B.J." has excelled in her four years in high school. Her en-
thusiasm has certainly proved her worthy of the honor of captain
of our cheering squad. As to the future, we're certain it will hold
nothing but success.
W. GARY SHEEDY GARY
Football Varxily Club
Clan Reprerentatioe '59 Young Hiftorfanr
B-B-C IVorld Geograpby Club
RACE BY Vison NoT BY VAUNTS IS WoN"
Versatile Gary has excelled in sports throughout his high school
years. Our well groomed classmate is also a proficient dancer.
Page Eigbty Nine
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CAROLYN FRANCES SHELDON CAROLYN
Future Nurrer of Ameriru Pep Club
Future HONZEIIZLIEBVJ Young Hirzorium
"HER EYES AS STARS or TWILIGHT FAIR"
Carolyn possesses a reserved manner which is sometimes deceiv-
ing, as she surprises you with her quick humor. A diligent worker,
and steadfast friend, Carolyn is marked for success.
DONALD FRANK SHOPIS DON
Young Hiftoriunr Intrunzurul Burkelbull
A Cappella Cboir World Geography Club
Garnet Gleum Printin Stuff Swimming
Young Cilizenr' Club
"HAVE FUN-YOU'RE ONLY YOUNG ONCE"
An avid humorist, Don is the idol of friendship and willing-
ness. There is always a bit of mischief in the air when he's around.
Naugy will never forget Don.
EDWARD SLOMCENSKI, JR. BIG ED
Vurfity Club Young Hirtoriunr
Burkelbull, co-rupluin Home Room Reprerentulive '58
S.P.Q.R. Le Cercle Frunguir
Clurr Reprerenlutive Home Room Reprerenlutioe '60
"WHATEVER IS WORTH DOING IS WORTH DOING WELL"
Naugy is proud of our "Big Ed". His 6'10" height has been an
asset on our basketball court. He is highly regarded by his class-
mates and has the reputation of being a friend to many.
DONNA MAE SMITH DONNA
Hirlory Forum Future Nur.fe.v of America
Art Club P917 Club
UTHE MOST MANIFEST SIGN OF WISDOM IS A
A sophisticated Miss, always ready with a warm smile and
merry greeting, is our Donna. Her cheerful manner will certainly
aid her future patients and what a pretty nurse she'll make!
GERALD S. SMITH GERRY
"A Gooo LISTENEII IS A SILENT FLATTERERH
Gerry is one of our more taciturn classmates and one of our
favorite conhdantes. We're sure he'll be happy in all his future
Boyf' S lufe
MARION FRANCES SMITH MARION
Young Hirtorium Pep Club
Hiftory Forum A Cappella Cboir
"SUCH JOY AMBITION FINDSH
Marion is a soft-spoken damsel with bright eyes that tell a
story of their own. Her gentle spirit and conscientious nature make
her well liked among her friends.
Page Ninety One
LEO THOMAS SMITH LEO
Clan President '57-'60 Foolbull ro captain 59
Art Club Inlrumurul Bufkelball
Vanity Club Year Book Sta
"LEARNING MAKES A MAN FIT COMPANY EOR HIMSELF
Leo is contained, but sometimes surprises us with his wit and
subtle sense of humor. Our well liked President and art editor
would be at his happiest if life were divided be ween studies and
PAMELA JEAN SMITH PAM
Griswold High School Jewett City
G.A.A. Hlftory Forum
Art Club A Cappella Cbozr
"Boo'r, SADDLE, TO HORSE AND AWAY
This quiet Miss with her whimsical smile was welcomed mto
our class in '59, Anyone for riding? We are justly proud of Pam s
prowess as an equestrienne for they are without peer
JOHN ROMALDAS SOLTANAS JOHNNY
Bafeball Le Cercle Frangaif
Varlily Club Young Hirzoriaos
"STRENGTH OF HEART, AND MIGHT or LIMBH
Suave, debonair, and a smart dresser, Johnny is a star baseball
player whose pitching arm has won many games for Naugy High.
WILLARD M. SOPER BILL
S.P.Q.R. Hirlory Forum
Le Cerele Fraupair All-State Cborur
Young Cizizeur' Club A Cappella Cboir
Young Hirzoriam' Club
"A GENTLEMAN MAKES No NOISE"
Bill is a boy wifh manners who isn't afraid to use them. His
easy-going style wins him friends in abundance.
EILEEN DIANA SOUZA "I"
W'orld Geography Club Pep Club
Hiflory Forum B.B.C.
HSTARLIT BLACK HAIR, WINSOME SMILE" '
Get ready for a laugh because here comes Eileen, When you feel
bad "I" is the sure cure. Future bookkeeper. Good luck, "I"!
ROBIN CHASE SPEARRIN ROB
Modern Dance Club Girlr' Bafketball
Future Nurfer of America Home Room Reprerenzfative
"MANNER, NOT GOLD, IS A WoMAN's BEST ADORNMENTU
Her serenity and self-assurance are far beyond her years. Ably
and willingly she carries out any task set before her.
Page Ninety Two
JUDITH PAGE SQUIRES JUDIE
Latin Club Young Hirtorianx
Future N urter of America Varxity Batketball
Le Cerrle Franpair
"FRIENDSHIP HAS No BOUNDSU
Always ready to inject a kind thought this quiet girl is au model
of personality plus. Anyone would be proud to have Judie as a
friend and future nurse.
WILLIAM T. SQUIRES BILL
"THINGS ARE SELDOM WHAT THEY SEEMU
Reticent is Bill, greeting each day without a care in the World.
He has a subtle wit, readily discovered by his friends.
NANCY MATTOON STAUFFER NAN
l Central Avenue
HWWJ' Forum A Cappella Choir
Le Cercle Franpaif Future Teacberr of America
Pan Amerifan Afrernlnly Garnet Glearn Staff
Sincere, whole-hearted and content, Nanls happy disposition has
won for her many friends. She will make a vivid addition to any
WARREN BARRY STIBER BARRY
Senior Clan Vice-Prexident Football, co-raptain
Varsity Club Young Hiftorianx
Hiftory Forum Le Cerele Frangais
"THE REASON FIRM, THE TEMPERATE WILL, ENDURANCE,
FORESIGHT, STRENGTH, AND SKILIJ'
Attitude, ability, and personality, added to sincerity as the least
common denominator, equals the co-captain of our football team
and vice-president of our class, Barry.
p A W, ,fm
Page Ninety Three
KEVIN JOSEPH ST. JOHN KEV
S.P.Q.R. Year Boole Slaff
junior Red Cro.v.r Garnet Gleafn
Heallb and Slrengib Club
"FROM THE CROWN OF His HEAD TO THE
SOLE OF HIs FOOT HE IS ALL MlRTl'I"
Kev is gifted with an insatiable love for fun. Always laughing,
joking, impersonating, he has gained many friends.
GEORGE O. STOWELL CHAUCH
B.B.C. Young Cilizenf' Club
Hiflory Forum Geography Club
Intramural Baikelball Intramural Volleyball
"QUIET AT FIRST BUT LOOK AGAIN"
At first glance George appears serious but you have to know him
to realize that he is funloving and dependable.
EDWARD G. STOCKUNAS ED
Le Cerrle Franpaif Hiitory Forum
"WHAT SCULPTURE IS TO MAIKBLE, EDUCATION IS TO THE SOUL"
A rather quiet fellow, Ed is cordial and faithful to his friends.
We all admire his sincerity and good intentions.
BRUCE EDWARD STREETER BRUCE
Le Cercle Franpaix Band
W'orld Hiflory Club Young Hiszorianr
Talent Review '59
"I NEVER WITH IMPORTANT AIR IN CONVERSATION OVEliBEAR"
Bruce is very quiet but also a very conscientious worker. He is
a talented fellow, contributing much to our school band and
Page Ninety Four
HELEN MARY STUDLEY DOLLY
B.B.C. Future Nurfer of America
USHE PLEASED WHILE DISTANT, BUT WHEN NEAR SHE CHARMEI5'
Ansonia's loss is Naugy's gain. Dolly's attractive smile adds
warmth and welcome to the library during period one.
EDWARD STANLEY SUVGSKI THE MAGICIAN
Hirtory Club Art Club
"No MAN WAS EVER so MUCH DECEIVEIJ BY ANOTHER
AS BY HIMSELFH
Ed is a young man with the depth of a philosopher, the tact
of a diplomat and the exactness of a mathematician. What more
can you ask for?
JUDITH ANN SWIRSKI JUDY
Future Nurfer of America Future Hornernaberr of Arnerim
Le Cerfle Frungaix Modern Dance Club
"A DIMINUTIVE MISS WITH A PERSONALITY ALL HER OWN"
Judy, bound for a career in nursing should keep her patients
amused with her sunny disposition. You can always End her with
a bowl full of smiles.
DAVID FRANCIS TALEVI DAVE
Le Cerrle Frangair Hirtory Forum
"NOTHING WORRIES HIM, NOTHING HURRIES HIMU
Dave is an intelligent, easy-going fellow, liked by all his class-
mates. His little blue "Vauxhall" is the talk of the town.
Page Ninety Fine
,NANCY ANN TITLEY NANCY
KAREL MARIE TARANOVICH KAREL
Guard of Honor Hirtory Forum
Inlramural Sorrer Ifzzramural Tennis'
B.B.C. Le Cerfle Frangaii'
"SHE SEEMS To WALK ON WINGS"
Enchanting eyes, a captivating smile-this description does jus-
tice to our Tartsie. Her infectuous laughter has brightened many
a dull hour. Add this to her popularity and matchless needle-
work and you have a composite picture of this damsel.
RICHARD DONALD TARANOVICH TARS
Hiflory Forum Choir
"I AM YOUNG BUT ONCE"
For honors in garrulity, we hand all to "Tarts". In study hall
or homeroom that good-natured grin wins over all.
THOMAS JOHN TATOAIN TOM
Le Cercle Frarlgaif Hixtory Forum
"WOMEN BOTHER ME Nor!"
To most people, Tom seems the quiet, shy type. Actually though,
he harbors a great sense of humor, which makes him one of the
best-liked boys of our class.
Le Cerrle' Fraugair Laurel Girlr' Slate '59
Hiftory Forum Guard of Honor
A Cappella Choir Talent Review
Home Room Reprerematiue
"BEAUTY AND W1sDoM ARE RARELY CON JOINEDH
Whoever said that beauty and brains don't mix? Nancy proves
that this idea is a falsity. And without her voice, the choir would
surely have been at a loss. Here's to success, Nancy!
Page Ninety Six
LOUIS WILLIAM TRIANO RED
Young Cilizenr' Club Young Hirtorianr
S,P,Q,R, Baxeball Manager
Le Cercle Frangaif Football Manager
"NoT BY MIGHT NOR POWER BUT BY THE MOST IMPORTANT
THING or ALI., BY SPIRIT"
Blend courage, integrity, character and personality, sprinkle with
red hair and freckles and you have Louis, one of our favorite
THOMAS JOSEPH TRZASKI TOMMY
Hiftory Forum Football
Le Cerele Frangaif Basketball
Young Cizizenr' Club Baseball
"WI-IAT A PIECE OF WORK IS A MAN"
With a striking personality, and an animated smile, Tom struts
the halls. Although conscientious and studious in school we know
Tom possesses a stimulating sense of humor.
CORNELIUS FRANCIS TUOHY CORNY
Young Cilizem' Club Le Cerele Franpaix
Hixzory Forum World Hirtory Club
Young Hirtorianf Varsity Football
"LET Nor YoUR HEART BE TROUBLEDH
If Corny appears to be quiet, it is probably because he is con-
serving his energy for his favorite period, history class. A most
likeable boy, and a dependable friend, life is pleasant for him.
IDA VIMER IDA
Bufineu Manager, Year Book Hiftory Club
Geograpby Club Hixtory Forum
USOBER, STEADFAST, AND DEMUREH
Friendly, co-operative, unruffled and attractive is Ida. Her sweet
smile, quiet humor and cheery disposition are on constant display.
Her many virtues have captured everyone's heart.
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JANET VIRGINIA WARE
A Cappella Cboir
All State Cborus
Future Tearbers of America
"KNOWLEDGE To KNowg ABILITY TO Dog
ENERGY T0 ACCOMPLISHU
Janet possesses many talents-scholastic, social, and musical.
Her outstanding achievements never fail to produce success!
BARBARA MARIE WATKINS
A Cappella Cboir
Future Nurses of America
Modern Dance Club
"WITH GRACE OF FORM AND FACE"
Slender Barbara is seemingly quiet in school, but outside, her
friends can attest to her jocularity.
RAYMOND WAITE GEE
Young Historians Printing
World Geograpby Club Young Citizens' Club
Class Representative '59
"His GRIN THE INNER MAN BELIES
THERE'S MISCHIEIF HIDDEN IN His EYESH
An ever-present good nature, blended with a soft touch of
rascality, gives a composite picture of Gee.
Le Cercle Frangais
PATRICIA ANN WASDO PAT
History Forum Future Hornernakers of Arnerira
Geograpby Club Guard of Honor
"THIS GLADS ME MosT, THAT I EN JOYEDH
There goes Pat, surrounded by her many pals. As office mes-
senger, she was well known to many.
Page Ninety Eigbt
BARBARA ROSE WEDIN BOBBIE
S.P.Q.R. Young Hirtorianr
Le Cerrle Frunpuir Fulure Nurser of America
"SOME ARE BORN WITH HAPPY WAYS"
Friendly Barbara with the glowing tresses! Her sparkling per-
sonality assures a successful future.
JESSICA MARY WEGIEL JES
Ilyorld Geography Young Cilizenx' Club
Year Book Stab! Hirlory Forum
"HER EYES SAY WI-IAT Wonos CANNOT"
Naugy awaits the time to hear Jessica "giggle," With her in-
fectious "giggle" she can move mountains. This little mischief
maker is fun to be with. She has won many friends by her pro-
JOHN M, WEYMAN JUAN
Hiftory Forum Young Hirloriunr' Club
"HE DoTH INDEED Snow SOME SPARKS TI-IAT ARE LIKE WIT"
Rarely is found such a sharp sense of humor as John is blessed
with. His witty replies to any question uphold an air of frivolity
wherever he is.
GREGORY NELSON WHITE GREG
World Hlxtory Club Le Cercle Frungaif
"ONE Goon SPORT, AND A GREAT GUY, Too"
Full of fun, sharp of mind, and frank of wit, Greg combines
these qualities to leave the class of "6O" an unforgettable memory.
Page N inely Nine
IACQUELINE MARY WOLCIN JACKIE
B.B.C. Future Homemakerr
Hirtory Forum Pep Club
"LIFE IS SI-IOIIT, so BE MERRY WHILE You CANH
Fun-loving Jackie seems always to be enjoying life, ready with a
friendly smile for all.
RONALD L. ZAPATKA RON
Audio Vilual Aid Hifzory Forum
"ANYTHING FOR A QUIET LIFE"
Here's to our expert mechanic! Whether it be cars, cameras or
projectors Ron is always able to fix it.
CYNTHIA JEAN ZEMBRUSKI CYN
Cheerleader Home Room Reprefenlatioe, '57-'59
Fuzure Nurrer of America Le Cercle Frangaif
Young Hirtorianr Year Book Slap'
junior Prom Commillee
UVIM I! PEP !! VITALITY! I"
Pert, petite, and pretty, Cyn has an inimitable sense of humor.
Not only does she cheer her team, but lends a hand in their
write-ups in the Class Book and the Garnet Gleam.
JOAN ANN ZEMBRUSKI JOANIE
Modern Dance Club Talent Review
Home Room Reprerentative Le Cerele Frangair
A Cappella Cboir Guard of Honor
Year Book Stajf Future Tearlaerr of America, Prefidenz
"MERRY TWINKLE IN HER EYES, A SMILE FOR ALL
SHE PASSES BY"
Vivacious joanie is always near to lend a helping hand. Pleasant
wit she offers for the amusement of all.
Page One Hundred
DOROTHY ANNE ZIBLUK DOT
History Forum Le Cercle Frungair
Art Club Pep Club
Future Nurrer of Amerim World History Club
"IT MATTERS NOT HOW LONG WE LIVE, BUT How"
Dot is an easy-going girl with a pleasing voice and agreeable
personality. Always scintillating, she has gained a multitude of
LEONARD ROBERT ZOLLO ZEKE
Tulenl Review B.B.C., Prefidenl '60
Art Club Young Hirloriunf
Garnet Gleum Home Room Reprerenlutiue
"LET ME HAVE MUSIC DYING, AND I SEEK No MORE DELIGHT"
Music loving, artistic, a faithful friend, full of fun and pep and
carefree spirit mark him as one of Naugy's best.
HELEN JANE ZOPKA HELEN
World Hirtory Club B.B.C.
Le Cerrle Fmnguix Hirrtory Forum
"RISING MERIT WILL BUOY UP AT LAST"
Quiet, fun loving, cheerful, and gay . . . this is Helen. Always
conscientious, initiative is her byword.
Page One Hundred One
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1960
Anna Marie Gallucci
Page One Hundred Two
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1960
Page One Hundred Three
Kevin St. John
THE IDEAL SENIOR BOY
WOULD HAVE -
Physique of Harold Racevicous
Hair of Ronald Molnar
Profile of Nick DiBenedictus
Eyes of Ronald Pruchniki
Complexion of john Sultanus
Blush of Richard Cooney
Dimples of Frank Edmonds
Smile of Barry Stiber
Teeth of Clayton Fernandes
Voice of Gary Sheedy
Hands of Leo Smith
Grooming of Ray Drapko
Savoir-Faire of Donald Contaldi
Wit of Roger Anderson
Personality of Harold Murtha
THE IDEAL SENIOR GIRL
WOULD HAVE -
Figure of Carol Medeiros
Eyes of Betty Reich
Hair of Marge Keka
Complexion of Joan Reilly
Hands of Linda Mezzo
Profile of Mary jane Petro
Blush of Penny Borisuck
Dimples of Gretchen Anderson
Smile of jo-Ann Ambrose
Teeth of Eileen Souza
Voice of Shirley Aquavia
Grooming of Mary-Beth Hogarth
Wit of Judith Celello
Personality of Rose Mucha
Page One Hundred Four
,- V Th
First Row: C. Fernandes, C. Rado, G. Sheedy, R. Drapko, P. Higgins, B. Stiber
L. Smith, K. Schumacher, H. Murtha, N. Nauges, R. Molnar.
Second Row: P. Lusas, R. Dumschott, R. Merolli, P. Gruner, J. Reilly
R. Boughton, R. Ambrose, Seitzer, R. Sundberg, F. Fazzino, C. Kudzma, D
Federowicz, R. Klimasewski, H. Celello, R. Tomlinson.
Third Row: R. Grenier, S. Malgari, C. Vieira, Butkis, S. Smith, W. Birdsall, W
King, R. Foley, R. Gudauskas, T. Murtha, G. Sheedy, R. Powell, W. Metcalf, E
Fourth Row: A. Finateri, Sheedy, O. LeDuc, C. McGovern, R. Squatrilia, J
Blondis, H. Murowsky, McLaughlin, T. Klimasewski, Smey, K. Shiliaskas, J
Magnamo, J. Adamski, R. Furs, P. Sasso, D. Steponatis, T. Gesseck, R. Seranton.
Page One Hundred Six
"Naz1ga1'm'k Virlor Offer Slrafford ffl Opening Game"
Coach Ray Legenza's men displayed a fast moving
game by defeating Stratford High 18-6 at the Recrea-
tion Field. It was the opening game for both schools.
Junior half-back, Dave Federowicz, plunged
through Stratford's line for "Naugy's" three touchdowns
and carried the ball for most of the 250 yards gained
by the "Greyhounds"
Time and again Federowicz was handed the ball by quarter-back Gary Sheedy to
find holes carved out by senior linemen Charlie Rado, Leo Smith, Barry Stiber, Harold
Murtha and Karl Shumacher.
Naugatucles three touchdowns came on sustained ground marches. They completed
only three passes in the entire game. Stratford scored only once in the second period
on three lightning-fast aerials over "Naugy's" pass defense.
iiGl'6-j'b0Il7Z6ZJ'H Triumpla over Torrifzglafz
As the temperature soared into the mid-70's, a shirtsleeved crowd of about 1000
spectators were on hand to see Naugatuck score another victory at the Recreation Field.
The local team downed the "Raiders" 16 to 0. This win was the fifth over Torrington
High in seven starts for our team. There were four shut-outs.
Gary Sheedy and Dave Federowicz scored touchdowns. "Clayt" Fernandes tallied
two extra points, and "Bud" Kudzma blocked a punt for a two point safety in the third
period. Torrington's offense gained only 25 yards against Naugatucles defense, while the
"Greyhounds" smashed through Torrington's defense for 170 yards.
The two hrst period touchdowns were the high-
light of the game. The last quarter saw neither team
making any serious threats.
lvdllgrlfllfk Team Slfffeixr Fizivf Defeat of Seamfz
Naugatuclc lost its first game of the season to Ham-
den 26 to 8. The "Naugy" team got off to a good start
when Frank Fazzino recovered a fumble on Hamden's
own 16 yard line. At the five yard line, "Naugy's" Gary
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CO-CAPTAINS AND COACHING STAFF
R. Marcovic, Assistantg Co-Captains B. Stiber and L. Smithg Coach R. Lagenzag C
Page One Hundred Eight
Sheedy pitched out to "Clayt" Fernandes for the first
touchdown of the game. Another pitchout gave Nauga-
tuck the extra two points. The Greyhounds were ahead
8 to O, when soon after, Hamden scored its first touch-
down. Failing to convert for the extra points, the "Grey-
hounds" now led 8 to 6.
Neither team scored again until the fourth quarter,
when Hamden let loose for three more touchdowns.
There was little hope that we could catch up with time
running out, but 'iNaugy" stuck with the game and
played hard right to the end.
Naugafzzrk Downs Crosby
After a sound defeat at the hands of Hamden last Saturday, the "Greyhounds"
bounced back this week to trample Crosby 8 to 6.
The extent of the scoring in the first half was a two point safety by Bud Kudzma.
Although both teams threatened with marches deep into the opponents territory, neither
team was able to hit paydirt.
Naugatuck punted early in the third period. On the next play Crosby's Yurgaitis
went over the right tackle for Hfty-eight yards, giving Crosby their lone touchdown.
In the fourth period, "Naugy', roared back on a fifty-five yard scoring march which
was climaxed by Dave Federowicz's ten yard gallop around right end. The try for the
extra point failed. After that Crosby was unable to move the ball, and Naugatuck con-
trolled the rest of the game.
Wilbur' Cmrf Douflzf G1'eyla0u1zc!.r
A hard battle was predicted for Naugatuck's lone
night game. Aware of the fact that two hospitalized
senior linemen, Stiber, an end, and Baukus, a half-back,
would not engage their services, the "Greyhounds" still
showed their fighting spirlt until the last play. The
score-board read 6-6 at the half.
Trailing 12-6 late in the third period, Cross re-
covered an important loose ball after Naugatuck punted
and a few plays later converted it into a tying score.
Cross got its first real big break when the teams ex-
changed punts. The "Greyhounds", desperately nghting,
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SENIOR FOOTBALL SQUAD
First Row fLeft to Rightj: R. Molnar, H. Murtha, C. Rado, R. Drapko, P. Higgins
C. Schumacher, N. Nauges.
Second Row: B. Stiber, G. Sheedy, C. Fernandes, L. Smith.
Page One Hundred Ten
were not able to capitalize Cross errors until the final
score read Naugatuck 12 - Cross 18.
Crofl Defefzzir Nangatmfe
A crucial 6-O loss to Croft was witnessed by 1,086
at Municipal Stadium, after having been postponed twice
by rain. Naugatuck, which had not played a game in
three weeks, could not mount a successful attack until
the fourth period when they went twice to the Croft
19 yard line. There the team's hopes were frustrated.
Frank Fazzino starred in the second period when he dashed for 12 important yards
around end on a drive which was eventually thwarted at the Croft 19 yard line.
The "Garnet" was hurt by fumbles. Croft turned one of these fumbles into its lone
and winning touchdown in the opening quarter. Although the "Greyhounds" fought
hard the remainder of the game they could not successfully carry the ball over the
G1'eyb0u1zd.f Lore to Sacred Heart
A crowd of 785 watched Naugatuck lose to Sacred Heart for the first time in a
six game history. 'The Hearts" scored their first touchdown in the second period on an
intercepted pass. "Naugy" came right back in the third period when quarter-back Gary
Sheedy tossed a pass fifteen yards to Frank Fazzino at the thirty-five yard line. Fazzino
caught the ball and raced down the sidelines for the Hrst "Greyhound, touchdown. But
again the "Hearts" surged back with another touchdown and the score stood 12-6. This
was the deciding touchdown of the contest for neither team scored in the final period
of play. The "Greyhounds" played a commendable defensive game against the "Hearts"
holding the final score to 12-6.
Nazzgazizlrk Lowa' I0 S6j'i7Z07lI'
Naugatuck High lost a hard fought game Saturday
at French Field in Seymour, when the "Wildcats'l of
Seymour High maneuvered a 20 to 14 victory.
Although the "Greyhounds" fought hard all the
way, better blocking and tackling could have helped to
win the game for them. A soggy, muddy Iield added to
Naugatuck scored its first touchdown in the second
quarter, when Frank Fazzino capped a drive with a ten-
Page One Ilwzzlrenf Eleven
yard sprint around left end. Roger Sunberg ran over
for the two extra points. Later in the period Seymour
managed to score a touchdown, but failed at the try for
the extra point. Early in the third period, Seymour was
able to score two more touchdowns. The scoreboard
read 20-8. However, near the end of the period, the
"Greyhounds" went 68 yards and "Clayt" Fernandes
scored from five yards out. The try for the extra points
Neither team could generate an attack in the last
quarter but the "Greyhounds", who fought to the end,
were defeated by only one touchdown.
Naugamrk Lore! Thazzkrgivifzg Day
On Thanksgiving Day, a crowd of about 8,000
gathered at Nolan field to witness the fifty-ninth meeting
of the two traditional rivals. It was a beautiful fall day,
enjoyed by both the team and the spectators.
Enthused and optimistic, our "Greyhounds" were
prepared to upset the "Ansonia Eleven".
Early in the second period, Ansonia was awarded
a Hrst down on interference. Four plays later, they ma-
neuvered a touchdown and the two extra points. In the
third period Ansonia struck again for their second touch-
down. The scoreboard now read 16-0. Toward the end
of the third period, Naugatuck's Gary Sheedy threatened
with a short pass to Bud Kudzma. The husky end ran
35 yards and looked like he would go all the way but
was blocked from behind and the play was incomplete.
In the final five minutes of play the "Garnet" got
the ball at mid-field. Gary Sheedy fired a lightning-fast
pass to Dave Fererowiez
for a first down on the 26
yard line. Two plays later
Gary hit Bud Kudzma on
the two yard line and the
Naugy end stepped over
for the touchdown. The try
for the extra point was un-
successful and the hnal
whistle soundedg Ansonia
was the winner with a
score of 16-6.
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4, wry' F
First row Cleft to rightj: Charles Baukas, Ed Weaving, Earl Sanford, Ed Drab,
Howie Slason, Harold Penwell.
Second row: Barry Stiber, Larry Schwartz, Clayton Fernandes, john Sultanus, Bill
Rado, Gary Sheedy.
Third row: jim Seitzer, Dave Federowicz, Bob Witkowski, Frank Fazzino, Conrad
Kudzma, Bob Klimasewski.
Fourth row: Phil Lusas fmgrj, jim Reilly, john Desmond, Bob Sebolao Cmgitj
Page One Hundred Thirteen
Front Row, left to right-Dick Mezzio, Charlie Baukas, Bill Rado, Ed Slomcenski,
Gary Sheedy, Charlie Rado.
Second Row-Bill Garfield, Roland Boughton, Roger Sundberg, Bob Klimasewski,
Dave Federowicz, Pete Johnson.
Third Row-Barry Stiber, jimmy Seitzer, john Doyle, Ray Foley, Leo Smith, Coach
Page One Hundred Faurleefz
"Gfeyl:10z4ndJ" Crnrb U, Bridgeport Frofb
The "Greyhounds" coached by Ed Mariano, romped
over Bridgeport University Freshmen, 90-79 in the
opening game of the season.
Bill Rado and Ed Slomcenski paced the torrid
attack for the "Garnet". The 6'1" playmaker poured in
34 points while the 6'1O" center meshed 27.
Naugatuck led 18-16 at the end of the first period,
47-36 at the half and 60-50 at the close of the third
period. The Garnet retained its agile pace throughout
the final period.
The first game of the season showed the great Ki
ability of our team and we are looking forward to a victorious season.
Naugatuck Tops' Sacred Heart
A crowd of approximately 2,500 spectators saw Naugatuck triumph over Sacred
Heart 52-35. This was the "Grcyhound's" second win in as many games.
In the Qrst period Naugatuck got off to an early lead, and from then on was never
threatened seriously. Naugatuck led at the quarter, 14-6, at the half, 23-14, and at
the three quarter mark, 31-22. A twenty-one point outburst in the final quarter put the
game away for the "Garnet".
"G1'eyla0nndr" Top Almnni
Naugatuck raced to a 73-66 victory over the Alumni in a well matched game at
the local Y.M.C.A. The strong Alumni team proved to be a rigid test for the "Naugy-
Down by 17 points, 23-6 in the second period, the Alumni narrowed the gap to
29-23 at the half. Alumni rebounds were exceptionally strong in the third period and
the score was 37-35. Rado and Slomcenski pulled the 'lGarnet,' out of the fire to win
by a comfortable margin. The "Greyhounds, teamwork prevailed throughout the game,
preventing the Alumni from scoring above them.
Naugatuck Har Nem' Win Againrf Craft
A hustling Naugatuck High basketball team never
quit against their rivals, after trailing by as many as
eight points in a 55-53 thriller in New Haven. The
"Greyhounds" man-to-man defense kept them in the
game although Wilbur Cross appeared to break it open
with a 36-28 lead in the final minutes of the third
Ed Slomcenski, Bill Rado, and Gary Sheedy
plugged away, however, to knot the count 53-53 with
45 seconds to play.
"Naugy', tried to hold tight to the ball in the re-
maining seconds of play. In the last four seconds, Cross captured the ball and sunk the
winning basket to the dismay of a disillusioned crowd, for those four seconds lasted a
"Nancy" Rants Croft
Naugatuck traveled to Waterbury Armory on january 4th to play a strong Croft
team, before a crowd of 1900 spectators.
Page One Hundred Fifteen
COACH AND CO-CAPTAINS
William Rado - Edward Slomcenski
Page One Hundred Sixleezz
At the end of the first period the l'Greyhounds" were ahead 18-12 with Slomcenski
and Rado, once again, sharing the scoring honors. As the whistle ended the half, the
scoreboard read 62-30 in favor of the "Greyhounds" and 1
at the end of the third period 69-39. When Naugatuck
gave the reserves a chance in the last quarter, the Croft
team caught fire and cut the lead by 20 points, but a
hard-fighting "Greyhound" team remained ahead, leav-
ing the final score 79-72.
"Greyl10umiJ" Vazfzqniila Croxby
Naugatuck's classy quintet still has a spotless record
in league play. The "Garnet" riddled Cro5by's eager
but outclassed "Cagers", 89-57, for its third straight
valley league win.
Trailing 18-17 at the end of the first period, the 1
"Greyhounds" deployed a new "zone defense". Crosby
was taken by surprise and scored only 9 points in the second period, while the "Garnet"
tallied 20 points. The third period was played on more or less even terms, but Naugatuck
finally began scoring and tallied 31 points in the final quarter.
"Nnngy,' Topr Wilby
With the "Greyhounds" taking the opening tap another victory was underway. The
Garnet held period leads of 25-12, 48-31 and 69-36 with the help of Charlie Baukus,
Gary Sheedy and Roland Boughton. Ed Slomcenski and Bill Rado prevented the "Wild-
cats" from scoring more points.
"Naugy's" reserves were playing during most of the game and almost broke the
all-time Armory record, which is 91. The final score was 91-48.
N an gnfnck Siifler "Raiders"
An inspired Naugatuck team played on even terms in the Hrst period of the Tor-
rington game, but soon turned on the power and coasted to an easy 82-51 victory.
The Naugatuck Valley League victory was achieved through the sensational efforts
of the N.H,S. co-captains, Billy Rado and big Eddy Slomcenski. Rado scored 35 points
while Slomcenski had 28.
At the end of the first period the scoreboard read in 'lNaugy's" favor 18-13. The
score at the half was 37-28 and at the end of the third
quarter 59-37. The "Greyhounds" kept up the pace
with the first team playing most of the final period.
"Nangy" Snjeri Second Defeat-68-57
Naugy's second defeat bounced at them when they
played their worst defense of the season against Bulkeley
of Hartford. The "pill box gym," Bulkeley's full court
press during the last quarter, and the loss of Ed Slom-
censki at the end of the fourth period all added to the
Bill Rado scored 36 out of the 57 points that the
"Greyhounds" made. At the end of the first quarter the
score was 17-10, and at the half 25-22 in favor of
Bulkeley. "Naugy" trailed 42-36 at the end of the third period.
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SENIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD
Charlie Rado, Bill Rado, Ed Slomcenski, Charlie Baukas, Gary sheedy, Dick Mezzio
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"G1'eylaou1za'J" Defeat "Tige1'r"
The "Garnet" quintet trounced Croft by 14 points on their drive for a second
undefeated season. Although "Naugy" didn't score until the fourth minute of the
first period, they then vaulted in points to make the
scoreboard read 16-11 at the end of the first eight min-
Ed Slomcenski and Bill Rado, after a cold first half,
began to display good playmaking ability. They paced
the team to a 52-43 lead at the end of the third quarter.
Gary Sheedy and Dave Federowicz, playing one of
their finest games, scored timely and were outstanding
under the backboards. With this teamwork the "Grey-
hounds" won their sixth Valley League game in a row,
with a final score of 73-59.
Naugatuck Willy Over Barrick
After the "Greyhounds" lost a 58-51 lead over Bassick to 59-58, the "Garnet's"
Ed Slomcenski canned a short shot off the boards to cap a pulsating victory over a strong
The "Garnet" held a 21-14 period lead, and although scoring only 10 points in
the second period, had the same half-time advantage of 31-24. Bassick was really mov-
ing in the third period and the score stood at 47-43 in favor of Naugatuck.
When playmaker Bill Rado fouled out with 6:15 left in the last period, a 50-45
lead didn't seem large enough to contain an eleven game winning streak for the Bridge-
port club, but big Ed Slomcenski took up the slack to keep "Naugy" in the contest and
on to victory.
"Greyla0a12a'J" Defeat Afzrolzia
A terrific first half performance by Ed Slomcenski, matched by an equally great
second half by Bill Rado, carried the "Greyhounds" to a 73-66 defeat over Ansonia.
Slomcenski led N.H.S. to a quick 15-9 first period lead and Ansonia never got any
closer than 6 points, as "Naugy" built a 38-27 halftime score. After a third period score
of 52-42 everyone got into the scoring act for both sides as Naugatuck captured 21
points and Ansonia 24.
Naugatuck won the game at the foul line, sinking 23 shots out of 39 attempts,
while Ansonia made but 8 in 13 tries.
Naugatark Datum' Crorby
Six-foot senior guard Bill Rado played one of the outstanding games of his high
school career in leading the "Greyhounds" to a convincing 75-53 win over Crosby.
The "Garnet" led by six at the end of the first period 12-6, at the half the score-
board read in their favor 37-25.
For the Hrst time in five games Naugatuck outscored their opposition from the floor
28-21. While again performing well from the foul line. The "Greyhounds" sunk 19
out of 25 free throws and gained possession of 41 rebounds.
The first team remained throughout the third period. With a score of 53-37 at the
end of the period Coach Mariano substituted several players. They continued to play in
the fourth period and went on to win with a pulsating score of 75-53.
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Date: February 6, 1960
Place: Naugatuck High School Gym
Present: All loyal "Naugy" fans to see the dedication of their new gym.
Mayor Adam Mengacci threw the first ball into action during a brief ceremony. The
uniformed band, cheerleaders, school and town officials, and spectators stood up as the
Using a full court press the "Garnet" was able to trounce Wilby in every quarter.
Slomcenski sunk the Iirst basket at the foul line and Charlie Baukas netted the first ball
from the Hoor.
The game was the beginning of a successful season in the new gym with a final
score standing at 85-25. That new gym is really great!
"Greyla0undJ" Avenge Lori
Within the walls of Naugatuck's dazzling new gym, wild pandemonium was brought
to a climax when the "Greyhounds" sank their last glorious basket, thus trampling over
powerful Wilbur Cross. The 85-75 thriller drew screaming cries of approval and joy
from a capacity crowd of 1,500.
Throughout the first tensive half, Cross's quintet led the way with its fancy play-
making, but Naugatuck refused to let the opposition leave without avenging a 55-53
defeat earlier this season. Cross led by eight, 23-15. Naugy closed the gap with a half-
time score of 37-32.
At the end of the third period, the Garnet "five" caught fire and amazed the spec-
tators by putting on an exhibition of effective teamwork and accurate shooting. Finally,
at the end of the third period, Naugatuck led 60-57 with Rado and Slomcenski pacing
the winners. A stellar performance by Gary Sheedy, Charlie Baukus, Dave Federowicz,
and Roland Boughton, helped immensely in conceiving the win. Their fine show of
agility and skill led the supposed underdogs to a victorious finish.
N. H. S. Twzmpler Hearty
Naugatuck romped to an easy 90-69 victory over Sacred Heart, clinching their 12th
Naugatuck Valley League title and moving up a step closer toward that State Champion-
P The victorious "Greyhounds, out ran and out shot the "Hearts", and led all the
way from 19-9 at the end of the first period to the final score of 90-69.
The "Garnet" gained complete control of the boards in the first half and utilized
it throughout the game while Sacred Heart utilized zoned alignments against man-to-
man defense. Rado and Slomcenski were once again the stars of the game with scores
of 30 and 20 points respectively.
Greyhounds Win 13tla Straight
The Greyhounds nailed down their 13th class A win, playing Torrington with a
lead in all quarters, and a final score of 84-61.
jostling under the basket, big Ed was the star of the game with his 31 points. Using
a full court press, Bill Rado managed to sink 24 points while Gary Sheedy playing his
best game of the season, tallied 12 points. Tempers flared throughout the game when
the players and fans exchanged heated words.
The Garnet squad on winning this game, placed themselves No. 1 in the CIAC,
the final step to the tournament in New Haven.
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"Garnet" Winr Over Hillhonfe
Naugatuck had an "off" night, but came through for a win over Hillhouse 67-53.
The "Greyhounds" held fair control over the boards. Naugatuck held a half time lead of
34-23 but this was cut to 44-41 at the end of the third period. At this point, Rado and
Slomcenski broke the game wide open and Naugatuck was never threatened again. Both
Rado and Slomcenski held the scoring honors with 33 and 26 respectively. The only
other "Greyhounds" to score were Sheedy and Federowicz with four points each.
Nangaztuck Break! Several Reconii'
It was a great day for the "Greyhounds", Naugatuck won its 24th straight Valley
League contest Cover a two year periodj and Billy Rado broke the all-time Valley League
and area scoring records. The "Garnet", on top of all this, handed Ansonia a 73-55
defeat. With this win, Naugatuck achieved the No. 1 ranking in the State Tournament.
Ed Slomcenski deserves a great deal of credit for his splendid performance in this
game. Both Rado and Slomcenski scored 27 points, with Gary Sheedy next with 10.
A 20-11 first period lead was increased to 44-20 at the half. At the end of the
third quarter, the Greyhounds held a 59-44 period lead. Reserves finished up for the
starters with Charlie Rado scoring his first Valley League point.
The "Greyhounds" made quick work of their first tournament game by defeating
Greenwich 77-58. Before a full house at the New Haven Arena, Naugy exhibited skill
on the floor, using a man-to-man defense. Ed Slomcenski took command of the boards,
while Bill Rado, assisted by Gary Sheedy, Charlie Baukas, and Dave Federowicz, con-
tributed to the cause. Naugy then advanced to the quarter Hnals of the C.I.A.C. Tourna-
Sparked by the spectacular performance of Bill Rado, the "Greyhounds" advanced
to the semi-finals of the tournament by defeating a hard hitting Hartford Public team,
With only three seconds left in the game, Billy sunk the most astonishing and
heart-stopping basket in the annals of N.H.S., tying the score and opening a three
minute overtime period. The "Greyhounds" took the lead and marched off the Hoor
One of "Naugy's" most spectacular basketball seasons came to a bitter end, when
a sorrowful loss was inflicted by Wilbur Cross of New Haven. The hard playing boys
from N.H.S. never said "die" as they cut the score down twice to no avail,
The six "Naugy" seniors, playing their last game for the "Greyhounds", seemed
visibly touched as the buzzer sounded in the last quarter, with the score standing 72-61.
Although the cheering at the end of the game was not ours, we know in our hearts
it was a "GOOD TRY, GOOD TEAM, GOOD SCHOOL."
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Page One Hundred Twenty Two
N. H. S. SWIMMING MEETS
"Nuugy" Mermen Dawn Alumni
Naugatuck High's new swimming coach, Charles Bertero, has a perfect record so
far this season with a 1-0 record as the N. H. S. tankers successfully launched their new
season with a 46-29 win over the Alumni.
The local Y. M. C. A. pool was the scene of the annual meet which saw the Alumni
gain five of the nine first places, but lose vulnerable points snapped up by the N. H. S.
second and third places. Strong performance by the high school in the butterfly, back-
stroke, and freestyle relay clinched the win.
"Greyhounds" Vunquirh Croft Tunherr
Naugatuck's mermen trounced Croft High of Waterbury by a score of 53 to 24
before a packed house at the local Y. M. C. A. pool. The win followed a triumph over
the Alumni two weeks before.
Dave Pranulis was again the star as he swam victoriously in both the 200 yard free-
style and the 100 yard backstroke.
The Greyhounds exceeded in every event throughout the game except in diving
which was taken by Croft.
"Naugy" now boasts of their 2-0 record.
"Nuugy" Winr Third Meet Over Wilhy
The third victory of the season without a loss was achieved over Wilby with a score
of 54-23. Winless Wilby dropped its fourth straight meet.
john Wakelee, of Wilby, set a new pool record in the 100 yard breast stroke with
a time of 1:1O:7, but was pressed by sophomore johnny Mariano.
The fine showing of the underclass constituents of the team helped our team to an
Naugatuck Lorer Firrt To Stratford
After .several disqualifications the "Garnet" team lost its first swimming meet of the
season to a fairly strong Stratford team. The judges disqualihed Naugatuck's winning
medley relay team and a Naugatuck second place in the 100 yard dolphin also. This
hurt the "Garnet's" team immensely. A win at this point was not feasible. Dave Pranulis,
a sophomore, won the 200 yard freestyle and also the 100 yard backstroke. Dennis Curtin
and Ronnie Molnar brought home the honors for the "Naugy" team in the 160 yard
Amity Fourth Straight Virtirn Of N. H. S.
The "Greyhounds" achieved their fourth win with an easy conquest of 55-22 over
Amity Regional High of New Haven. Three "Garnet" swimmers were individual win-
ners and shared in relay victories: Terry Buchmiller in freestyle sprint and freestyle
relay: George Turley, 100 yard backstroke winner, and John Mariano, 100 yard breast-
stroke winner. The latter two participated in the opening medley relay run.
Page One Hundred Twenty Three
Front Row, left to right-Coach Charles Bertero, D. Curtin, P. Richards, P. Gruner
G. Turley, R. Molnar, L. Nolan.
Second Row-J. Mariano, J. Kane, E. Kennedy, D. Pranulis, M. Casper, T. Buck-
Third Row-R. Veillette, B. Howard, D. Steponaitis, B. Soper, B. Tuthill, S. Nies
Page One Hundred Twenty Four
Nnugatnek 53 . . . Barrick 23
The "Greyhound" tankers won their fifth meet over Bassick High of Bridgeport by
a score of 53 to 23. Dave Pranulis starred for the N. H. S. club with victories in the 200
yard free style and the 100 yard backstroke. Other Naugatuck winners were Mike Casper
in the 40 yard sprint and Bud Kudzma in diving. Also on the winning circuit for the
night was Pete Gruner in the 100 yard freestyle, as well as the two relay teams.
Garnet Surtainr Seeond Lofr
A fine Naugatuck squad lost its second meet of the season to an equally fine Tor-
rington team. Coach Bertero was pleased with his squad even though they lost, because
they swam their best times of the year. Dave Pranulis excelled in the backstroke and
Terry Buckmiller took an exciting forty yard freestyle. The final score of the meet was
in Torrington's favor 42-35.
Greyhoundr Down Hillbonre
N augatuck upheld its second district meet by overpowering Hillhouse of New Haven
by a large margin. The "Greyhounds" took every first place except the final event which
was the freestyle relay. '
Pete Gruner edged out a Hillhouse swimmer in the 100 yard freestyle. Other out-
standing swimmers were Terry Buckmiller, john Mariano, and George Turley.
Nnugatuck 33 . . . Sacred Henri 44
The "Greyhound" tankers lost their third meet of the season at the hands of a
strong Sacred Heart team. Naugatuck picked up victories in the 100 yard freestyle by
Pete Gruner, 100 yard butterfly by George Turley, and the last freestyle relay. Swimming
in the relay were Dennis Curtin, Ron Molnar, Terry Buckmiller, and Mike Casper. Even
though the "Garnet" won several of these events, their 33 points were not good enough
to beat the Hearts' 44.
Greylaoundr Hand Crorby First Defeat
Tremendous! That's the only word that can describe the "Naugy" tankers and their
biggest scholastic upset in quite a few years.
The crowd sat tensely quiet as the final freestyle relay was underway at the sound
of the starter's gun. Crosby was in the lead with the score standing at a pulsating 36-34.
Then, in that last 1:31.6, the "Greyhounds" soared through the pool, obtaining for
themselves a well deserved win.
Naugy Tankerr Whip Crorr
The Naugy tankers gained 2 3-O record in the New Haven District of the State
Swimming Association Southern Division, when they defeated Wilbur Cross 51-26.
Sophomore Dave Pranulis easily defeated his opponents with his 200 yard freestyle
and 100 yard backstroke. Naugy was disqualified in the opening 200 yard medley race,
while it gained the lead with the clinching of the 100 yard freestyle, which Pete Gruner
won for the Garnet.
Nnugazfuck 52 . . . Hamden 35
Naugatuck High's swimming team clinched the New Haven District swim title by
turning back Hamden High 52-35. It was their fourth district win without defeat.
Charlie Bertero's men picked up victories in the first eight events. Winners for the
Garnet included: Molnar, Mariano, Turley, and Casper in the 160 yard medley. Buck-
miller won the 40 yard freestyle, Pranulis the 200 yard freestyle and Kudzma excelled
in the diving.
Page One Hundred Twenty Five
GIRLS' INTRAMURAL SPORTS
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Riga Om' H1zucl'rcd Tzvwztj' Sewell
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
The main objective of the club is to stimulate interest in nursingg to have members
become more familiar with other careers available in the hospitalsg and to have members
keep an avid interest in community activities and service projects.
In order to broaden our club horizon through links with other clubs and the ex-
change of experiences and friendships, the Future Nurses Club has applied for a char-
ter with the National League for Nursing.
Page One Hundred Twenty Eight
Prefidefzt .............. jo-Ann Ambrose
Vice-Prefident .......... Kathy Geraldi
Serrelmy ................ Arlene Pistarelli
T1'ea.rzn"er .................... Betty Hankey
Miss Catherine Brooks, R. N.
Page One Hundred Twenty Nine VV
Nothing is achieved without effort. Since competitive tryouts during the Sopho-
more year, the Naugatuck High School cheerleaders have pursued the patterns of be-
havior which all cheerleaders are expected to follow.
Vitality, appearance, agility, voice, and co-operation are requisites for any success-
ful cheering squad. These twelve cheerleaders have demonstrated this during the regular
football and basketball season. In addition to arousing the enthusiasm of the crowd they
have accepted the responsibility of representing the school at all times.
Of invaluable assistance to the squad is the instruction and guidance of their ad-
visor, Miss Joan Gallo.
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MISS GALLO AND C0-CAPTAINS
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THE PEP CLUB
The Pep Club, organized three years ago, now has an enrollment of 130 girls. The
main objectives of the club are to learn the cheers, attend all sport activities and to sup-
port the team by cheering.
The club sponsors the football schedules, makes Naugy cheer signs and has pep
buses going to most out-of-town games.
Garnet Pep Club sweaters with megaphone emblems symbolize the loyalty of Naugy-
ites at games which are well attended.
Each year the club sponsors a dance, the proceeds of which are donated to the
Open to any student of N.H.S., the club does its best to promote school spirit.
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Pugu Omf Hlfzzdrcd Tbirfj Tbrcc
AUDIO VISUAL AIDS CLUB
"A picture is Worth a thousand words", claim the boys of the A. V. A. Under the
supervision of Mr. Alexander Krayeske, a physics and chemistry teacher, this club is
open to all who are interested in furthering their knowledge about sound and movie
apparatus. In addition to the personal interest attraction, the club carries on the audio-
visual aid program of the high school, whereby any subject matter may be supplemented
This year, on its annual New York excursion, the group toured the R. C. A. Build-
ing where they received useful information about sound transmission.
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PLAYING BACK TAPE
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THE BETTER BUSINESS CLUB
The Better Business Club draws members from those Senior students enrolled in
at least two advanced business courses. Its purpose is both social and professional, and a
variety of activities is provided to realize these objectives. Guest speakers from business,
industry and education institutions present up-to-date informationg field trips to offices
llzgu One Ilmzdrud Tbirly Six
provide a realistic view of busi-
ness in operationg dances
and parties are planned and
carried out by the studentsg time
and money are provided by the
B.B.C. for charitable organiza-
tionsg and the development of
special skills to supplement class-
work is encouraged.
Page One Hundred Tlairfy Scwfwz
Increased interest in the advancement of art is promoted by the Art Club. Its sixty
members sponsor annually, a cake sale and dance to raise funds for their various art
projects. This year the money will finance the purchase of picture frames, ceramics, and
smocks. With the new colorfully appointed art room, the advantages and opportunities
of the Art Club are unlimited. These advantages include spray booths, a potters wheel,
a modern kiln, ceramic tables, showcases, display surfaces, and artist's desks. In the
spring, the club holds its annual picnic at Lake Quassapaug which is always a big success.
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AT THE KILN
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YOUNG CITIZENS' CLUB
This club, s onsored b Miss Vir inia Smith, is o en to those students who are
, , P Y 8 P
taking Economics or Problems of Democracy.
Its general purpose is to promote better fellowship among the students. This pro-
vides a background which will help them perform their duties as citizens more capably.
In addition the Young Citizens' Club is a strong supporter of the Voice of Democ-
racy Contest. Many of the club's participants have worked diligently to make the contest
enjoyable by both faculty and student body.
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YOUNG CITIZENS' CLUB
PREPARING TH I'
Iirgu Omf Illrfzdrmfd I'.U7'f'1 Ulla
s. P. Q. R.
Senatus Populusque Romanus, under the direction of Miss Maryann Rung, is open
to all second, third, and fourth year Latin students. The club endeavors to join work and
play in the study of this classical language by providing at each meeting a pertinent,
suitable game, such as Latin Scrabble or Charades.
A high point of the year is the joint Latin-French Club function at Christmas. The
year is climaxed by a meeting at which the Seniors are honored and amused by a mu-
tually fun-Hlled program planned by the juniors.
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PYRAMUS ET THISBE
We learn many things besides Latin in Latin class. For instance, why are mul-
berries red? You don't know! Well, we didn't either, but found out the whole thing
began with a pair of Babylonian lovers. Spectate.
Ubi es, Thisbe?
Ubi? Te videre non Possum.
Veni ad murum. Specta me, Thisbe. Oh, Thisbe, tuus oculus est pulcher.
Oh, Pyrame. P. Te videre desidero Thi Meus pater dicit, "Non."
Te maxime videre desidero.
Mea mater quoque dicit, "Non."
Oh, jove! Sed te totam videre maxime desidero. Qsilentiumj QHits wall.j
Male mure! Es crudelis. Scio-relinquam de domicilio nocte.
Te videbo nocte.
Ubi est fons?
Arbore cum buccis albis.
Oh. Illa arbor. Bene! Vale, Pyrame?
Smemz Deux Seculzda
Pyrame. Qseveral times while looking for himj Pyramus non est hic. Pyramus
est tardus. Sedebo. fSits and hums.j QHears roar.j Oh! Leo! Terreo. QWrings
hands, and looks around.j Occultabo.
Aqua! Aqua! fsees fountain and drinksj Ah! bona! fStarts to walk off, sees
cloakj Tunica! Qpicks it up in mouth, shakes it, drops it, pads off stage.j
Qenters and calls "Thisbe" three times while looking around. Sees tunic.j
Tunica! Tunica Thisbis! Sed ubi est Thisbe? fexamines cloak.j Sanguis!
Sanguis in tunica. Sanguis in tunica Thisbis. Thisbe! Misera Thisbe! Necata
est! fweepsj Me quoque! fstabs himself with knife.j
fwanders on stagej Pyrame Ccalls several times and stumbles on bodyj
Pyrame! Pyrame! Pyramus est mortuus. fcriesj Me quoque! Qtakes knife
from Pyramus and stabs herself, falls on Pyramus dramatically.
Announcer: The blood from their bodies seeped into the ground and turned the white
berries red. Thus, the blood red mulberry tree is an eternal tribute to these
two faithful lovers in Babylon who wouldn't be separated even by death.
QPyramus and Thisbe hoist sign "FINIS".j
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WORLD GEOGRAPHY CLUB
PROGRAM CHAIRMEN AND MISS MARY EMERSON
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WORLD HISTORY CLUB
The World Geography and World History Clubs have as their purpose the creation
of an active interest in the world and its people.
Economic interest is fostered annually in sending a package to C.A.R.E. Students
socialize internationally through corresponding with Pen Pals in various parts of the
world. The Voice of Democracy and the U.N. Contests, in which our and other club
members participate, offer opportunities to compete on issues of national importance.
The Pan American Assembly Program sponsored by the clubs is designed to enrich
the extra curricular program of the school. In addition to these projects, programs of
fnterest are present:-d every month and a joint picnic is enjoyed at the end of the year.
The members also present a gift to either the Naugatuck High School or to the Social
Studies Department. Q
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THE GARNET GLEAM
The "Garnet Gleamn, a student publication, is printed four times during the year.
Its primary function is to inform the students of the various activities of the school. The
course also provides a background for those students interested in newspaper work, and
instructs them in various fields of journalism.
The paper is self-supported by money obtained from advertisements.
Page One Hundred Forty Six
GARN ET GLEAM STAFF
Foreground-Barbara Edler, Editor in chiefg Gina jankowski, exchange editorg
Cynthia Zembruski, Sports editorg Beverly Mezzo.
Standing, left to right-Richard Spearrin, Barbara Paul, Walt Muroflf, Elinor
Agonis, Penny Borisuck, Feature editorg Kathy Kaczkowski, Business managerg Dreama
Mealey, Fashion editorg Nancy Stauffer, Mr. Donald House, Advisorg and Miss Gene-
vieve Marcisz, Business advisor.
Page One Hundred Forly Seven
The Future Teachers of America is a club composed of students with a teaching
career in mind. It's main objective is devoted to the consideration of what teaching
involves and a look at some specialized areas of teaching. The club is open to any Sopho-
more, junior, or Senior boy or girl, interested in teaching. Cake sales, dances, and school
assemblies are some money raising projects sponsored by the F. T. A.
The club officers are: President 'Ioan Zembruski, Vice-President Judy Celello, Secre-
tary Elsa I-Iumiston, Treasurer Mary Pilch, and Program Chairman Gretchen Anderson.
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The Young Historians Club is an organization comprised of the United States His-
tory students under the direction of Mrs. Matzkin. Its main purpose is to make all its
members thinking people, and to have them express themselves openly.
The organization is divided into individual class sections, which hold their own
meetings and other functions, such as debates and round table discussions.
Each year, in the spring, an annual combined meeting and party is held. In prepara-
tion for this event, students make special projects connected with their studies, and
others prepare entertainment that is pertinent to U. S. History.
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The main objectives of the History Forum, a club comprised of Miss Caine's His-
tory students, are civic, humanitarian, and scholastic. Each year the group sponsors
several projects such as the support of the usave the children federation" drive to which
they contributed 3,000 pounds of clothes last year. Frequent panel discussions and
debates as well as a United Nations program stimulates an interest in World affairs and
gives the pupils an opportunity to express themselves.
Although no dues are assessed, money raised through cake sales and other projects
is used annually to purchase gifts for the school.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CLUB
This club is open to all girls who are now enrolled in or who have previously taken
Home Economics. In the State of Connecticut there are 900 members belonging to this
The purpose of the Future Homemakers Club is to form a more mature point of
view of Home Economics. It also stresses a higher degree of performance, greater per-
sonal responsibility as a member of a family, and the acquisition of high moral standards
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Connecticut motor vehicle law,
accident facts, driver and pedestrian
attitudes, traffic and automotive en-
gineering, auto-mechanics, and the
art of driving.
"Man and the Motor Car" and
"Sportsmanlike Driving" are the
texts used in the course. Film strips,
motion pictures, and a model of the
automobile engine are used to im-
prove understanding of the outside
reading assignments and class dis-
The driver education course at
Naugatuck High School offers all
students thirty hours of classroom
instruction and gives to each student
a minimum of six hours "behind
the wheel" training. Each student
also spends at least four hours in
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The band provides support for the school and community at football games, parades
and other special events.
Band members have the opportunity to become efficient at the instrument of their
choice and are taught the fundamentals of harmony, scales and chord structure. Each year
all members have the chance for audition and possible recognition in the All-State Band.
THE SENIOR BAND MEMBERS
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Under the dynamic direction of Mr. Corliss, the Naugatuck High School Orchestra
furnishes the musical background for all school events. The increasing interest in the
orchestra has resulted in the purchase of a larger ntunber of instruments this year.
The Spring Concert acts as an admirable show case for the display of the work of
these talented people, some of whom are given the added recognition of being chosen to
attend the concert given in Hartford.
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The Choir, capably directed by Mr. Jesse Davis, gives an oppor-
tunity for all students to enjoy the pleasures of singing. With atten-
tion given to the development of the voice, a choir member learns the
correct way to sing.
The Choir serves at assemblies and special programs, and selected
members attend the All-State Chorus Festival in Hartford. Highlighting
the activities of the Choir is the annual trip to the Metropolitan Opera
House in New York, which proves itself educational and entertaining.
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THE CLASS PROPHECY
When '60 left dear Naugy High
Its rooms its halls, those ivy walls,
The cry of all was "do or die"
In answering the future's calls.
Our occupations and professions
Are varied, so here's a clue
To what we do: This mythical progression
Shows our hopes and dreams come true!
Strike! that's BARBARA'S call, ADAMSKI really rolls that ball.
Mechanic ALBAITIS is alert, fixes things that go berserk.
If the healthy become ill, they call nurse AMBROSE for cure pills.
Heading off the ANDERSON list is CAROL, always ready to assist.
GRETCHEN ANDERSON, now in guidance, helps develop student confidence.
HAROLD ANDERSON, his name in lights, has risen musically to great heights.
Here's another known as NORM, who still refuses to conform.
Then there's ROGER, known far and near, as a leading engineer.
SHIRLEY'S beauty, seen from East to West, is Miss America, best by test.
ANNA BALZANO in her job at Macy's has been made manager-Congratulations
The Yankee catcher, say the fans, is CHARLEY BAUKAS, a Naugy man.
O' mystic CARMEN BEASELEY tells each fortune using tea.
GERALDINE BEHAN'S now for hire, to be a secretary she aspires.
PAT BIELANOS, dressing hair, fixes each coiffure with much care.
Heading the dancers at Radio City is JUNE BILETZ looking so pretty.
RAYMOND BOLEK, as we now see, sails a freighter across the sea.
CAROL BONGIVANI has joined the WAVES so the U. S. she can help save
KEN BONTEMPO, a driving ace, wins each national speedway race.
JUDY'S BOOTH at the county fair displays, apples, peaches and pears.
ED BORASKI, the humanitarian, helps abolish each freedom ban.
PENNY BORISUCK, an office nurse, helps keep the sick from getting worse.
Get your cars now-prices low! Go see salesman L. BOSCO.
PAT BOTTOMLEY in her Curio Shoppe has antiques from bottom to top.
JIMMY BRENNAN, private eye, asks suspects-Who, Where, When, and Why
STEVE BROADRICK at the "Y" is social director- Oh! My, My!
Stand up! Let's hear you holler! CAROL BROSTIC won a million dollars!
BARBARA sells to all of us, for household use, each kind of BRUSH.
BARBARA with five kids and spouse cares daily for a fine BRYK house.
TOMMY BUTWILL, we hear tell, goes door to door with wares to sell.
"Come now children, time to play" says teacher DORIS CANAPERI.
Charity worker, PAT CARLSON, is praised by all for the job she's done.
Stage director, BOB CARLSON, in his plays can't be outdone.
JANET CARREIRO, now a waitress, can be told by the name on her dress.
To CASHMAN we must give our all, an internal revenue collector is PAUL.
Known world over for his lasagna is noted chef, FRANK CASTAGNA.
Horticulturist CAVANAUGH, MARY, raises cabbages and keeps Canaries.
JUDY CELELLO, living by pen, is a top author now- la creme de la creme.
Leading the band and its majorettes is baton twirler DIANE CHARETTE.
Slimming the gals in her baliwick is masseuse GERRY CHISEK.
Photographer's model, M. CHONKO, has a complexion all aglow.
MARGIE COE, as a woman surgeon, is trusted by patients to save each one.
DON CONTALDI, when beating his drum, makes all nearby begin to hum.
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DICK COONEY, when he turned "pro" became the star of a water show.
DONNA deciphers an attorney's scrawlg CROTTY'S working in the capitol.
DENNY CURTIN, an Olympic swimmer, amazes all with his vim and vigor.
BOB DAHLIN'S state governor now, to lower taxes is his vow.
MURIEL DALTON'S cosmetic selections aid each feminine complexion.
There's no one in town MIKE doesn't know, since he became mailman D'AVERSO.
JERRY DECARLO, a railroad tycoon, was a conductor before business boomed.
"NICK'S Novelties" says the neon sign, DI BENEDICTIS is in the hobby line.
MARIA DIETRICH, town librarian, advocates a children's reading plan.
Just call JACKIE DONOVAN if you are moving and need a van.
Financing a theatrical production are stock investors, T. DOUTY 8: SON.
As a specialist in brain surgery, RAY DRAPKO can name his fee.
Write to CLEMMY DUARTE, female D.J., to vote in the newest record survey.
In the literary world of "Harper's Bazaar" editor BARB EDLER has gone far.
"Trusy FRANK" a neon sign reads, making loans is EDMOND'S good deed.
Policeman ERRICO can be seen directing traffic from Naugy's green.
LOUIS ESPOSITO, head band-leader, conducts his group in a Broadway theater.
To help figure taxes and budget your pay, call ANN ESTES, town C.P.A.
Those famous Congress speeches were said by Rep. FAIRCHILD, that's FRED!
LYNN FARKAS, with pen in hand, takes dictation as fast as she can.
BARBARA FAVALE, with needle and thread, makes money for her butter 'n bread
CLAYTON FERNANDES leads the way, now he's starring in his own play.
Pleasant smile, soothing voice, that's BEV FRANKLIN, nurse of our choice.
BARBARA FROELICHLS outfits galore are from her own clothing store.
As an actress on T.V. or movie screen, ANN MARIE GALLUCCI can be seen.
GENOVA in her baby shop specializes in clothes for your tot.
ROBERT GENOVESE travels to foreign lands, willing to lend a helping hand.
KATHY GERALDI, dressed in white, stays by her patients day and night.
ALICE GIBBONS, now for hire, is working as a woman umpire.
Radio announcer, JOHN GINTY, broadcasts the news for you and me.
Sports commentator, JOHN GOMULINSKI, is reporting for station WXYZ.
Salesman GRICKIS, from door to door, sells things not found in a store.
PAULETTE GUARINO takes dictationg a record she holds for the whole nation.
ED HALLOCK, an instructor of dance, with a show on T.V. has advanced.
When FORREST fires start causing trouble, HANSON arrives on the double.
Mechanical-minded DEBBY is known for HAYWARD'S I.B.M.'S-her very own.
HENRICHS' articles in magazines concern the unusual-not the routine.
Our PAT HIGGINS, we must boast, owns a factory on the West Coast.
BILL HIGGINS has made his fame, directing quiz shows is his game.
MARY BETH HOGARTH, noted designer, head of the fashion world we hnd her.
Helping the state is ED HALLOWAYg a toll collector on the Merritt Parkway.
The former HELEN HOTCHKISS had a Mrs. replace her Miss.
Singer LESLIE HOWARD, amateur, also works as a composer.
M. C. HUNT owns a skating rink, has lots of business and bought a mink.
Carpentry is JIMMY'S tradeg "JACEWICZ 8: SONS" has made the grade.
Housewife DIANNE JACOBOSKI is now married to a certain M.C.
GINA is principal of a Nursery Schoolg JANKOWSKI teaches the Golden Rule.
MARIANNE JAZINA, as you can see, is keeping books for N.B.C.
Congressman R. JOHNSON of the U.S.A. passes a new bill every day.
When operator JONES answers your call, you'll hear BETSY'S voice, sweetest of all.
Vice-President of our bank is SUZANNE JONES, interviewing for loans.
CAROLYN KAMERZEL, a mathematician, assists her husband, a pediatrician.
CAROL KARASINSKI is walking the floor, her six kids present many a chore.
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Seen on the beach at Waikiki is surf-board rider, JOYCE KAWECKI.
CHUCK KAZEMEKAS is next on the list, sports car racing, that's his dish.
Legal matters come MARGE'S way, leave it to KEKA to save the day.
A famous mechanic, JOHN by name, to start "KELLEY 8: SONS" is his aim.
PAUL KEPLER has gone mighty far, now he's our number one recording star.
Since buying a Miami Beach hotel, a millionaire is STANLEY KIELB.
SHIRLEY KINDULAS will don a smile when she walks down that certain aisle.
Operator KINNE, we may say, answers the phone both night and day.
Comedian KNAPIK steals the show, thus he's making lots of dough.
Stuffing animals, birds and bees is taxidermist JOAN KOWALEWSKI.
JOHN KOWALEWSKI is an auctioneer, using that voice that oft made us stare.
Sergeant KRASINSKY travels to foreign lands, BEV leads a life that's grand.
LINDA KRAYESKE, our fashion queen, models clothes for "Seventeen"
Here comes KRENITSKY, a ventriloquistg NICK'S a big time humorist.
Wait! My goodness, who do I see? Why it's top-notch model L. KWASNIEWSKI.
FRANK LA BRUZZA with his debonaire charm, is seen with a girl on each arm.
LORRAINE LACOURSE is busy as a bee, fulfilling her job as a secretary.
SHIRLEY'S violet rosettes are the specialty of "LANOUETTE'S.H
Why here comes GEORGE he's quite elated, as manager of "LA ROSE, Incorporated
Let's not forget petit PATTY LEE, keeping house for a certain W.J.C.
Next on the list is LENNON, of courseg HAROLD'S hit success with force.
We see JOHN LODGE is known in town as a professor of math at Brown.
TOM LOMPERT is spending his time working the cameras on "What's My Line."
GLORIA LORD, we hear tell, is a busy bookkeeper, doing quite well.
Here comes MAGAS, there's none Hnerg RICH is an industrial designer.
Look! There's TOMMY! He's our MAHANg fixing cars heis best in the land.
AL MARCISZ has orders to the hilt, all wanting houses that he has built.
LORETTA MARINO is a famous gal, a wealthy socialite is our pal.
Captain MCKENNA is on the patrolg his job is keeping crime under control.
Owner of farms is BOB MCNAMEE, making his profits in husbandry.
DREAMA MEALEY, a roving reporter, finds her news as a world voyager.
Lovely CAROL is now a momg her last name, MEDEIROS, was changed by Tom.
"Zoom!" There goes high-speed MEGIN, at the racetrack he always wins.
In the ballistics field, which AL knows, the height of intellect MEYERS shows.
DICK MEZZIO is doing real fine as ace pilot of a famous air-line.
BEV and LINDA are working together, on each problem, the MEZZO'S confer.
Manager MITCHELL of the A8zP is making millions selling their tea.
CHARLES MITRIK, plumber by trade, bought a business with the money he made.
In case of fire, theft or hail, selling insurance is MIZESKI, GAIL.
RON MOLNAR, that fine lad, is now distributing editor of popular "Mad."
SHARON MONAHAN in world-wide ports interviews people of various sorts.
ROSE MUCHA, pert and sweet, has made many friends among the elite.
For a new house and key, contact CAROL MURPHY'S Real Estate Agency.
A wizard scientist is our JIM MURRAY, making weird concoctions in a hurry.
It's HAROLD MURTHA, we now present, driving his trucks from Boston to Kent.
Need a ride? Hail a taxi, driven by our own RICH NALICHOWSKI!
Noted hair stylist is FRAN NARDELLOQ father and son, what talented fellows!
Mr. NASON worked at Murphy's as a janitor: still there - hels now manager.
Here comes NORM, gay as ever, NAUGES' muscles show his endeavors.
The golfing fans know our CHET NIZIOLEKg as a "pro", he's the one to check.
NOLAN'S company of wreckers destroys more for less, a well-known record.
The other NOLAN, LARRY by name, has recently become an English thane.
NOONAN must look left and right, DANNY'S a factory watchman at night.
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PATTY O'BRIEN, where have you been? She's an interpreter for the U.N.
REGGIE OLDAKOWSKI, with her photographic flair, in dress must take much care.
BUDDY OLDAKOWSKI, editor of the News, is making money expressing his views
TIM O'NEILL served as an apprentice, now he's a professional dentist.
OSIECKI'S draperies, made by DOLORES, are custom-fitted with care and fuss.
A famous PAINTER is our EMILY, she paints landscapes down by the sea.
Mademoiselle PAPE says "Bonjour monseiur", in French she's a connoisseur.
A western star is ANTOINETTE PAVAO, busting wild broncos in a rodeo!
Here comes PENWELL, pretty nifty, he bats that ball, four hundred-fifty!
IVARS PETERSON, a VIP, can be found in industry.
Miss PETRO'S making fashions sell, modeling clothes for "Mademoiselle"
President PETRUCELLI, oil of course, gets his money from a real good source.
High in an airplane ED PICHULO soars, setting records as his engine roars.
Expert PIERCE still leads the race, BRIEN has conquered outer space.
A. PISTARELLI, we've been told, is caring for patients, that's her goal.
Still quiet and sweet is HELEN P., selling shells and coral from the sea.
LINDA PRITCHARD has won our votes as an orator with many notes.
To keep the peace and enforce the law, Sergeant PRUCHNICKI helps his "paw".
Cold-cuts and rye in a delicatessen are being sold by BEVERLY QUINN.
Mr. Atlas has a rival, H. RACEVICIUS can take his title.
CHARLIE RADO, a "pro" in his field, tackles all with a great deal of zeal.
The greatest Boston Celtics star is BILL RADO, still the best by far.
Paintings of artist BETTY REICH are by each critical crowd liked.
JOAN REILLY, that language whiz, won lots of money in a Latin quiz.
T. REK has gone to far away Spain with her money, made from sugar cane.
Foreign correspondent for the "Times", PETE RICHARDS comes here sometimes.
BOB's Repair Shop is really buzzin', RIMKOSKI's business gets cars by dozens.
ROSA's Music Shop sells hi-fi's, AL pleases all who want to buy.
A RUBY collector is our friend MIKE, red ones, blue ones, his pride is white.
DAVID RUPSIS, a mountaineer, climbs the Matterhorn every year.
HENRY RUSZCZYK, a top magician, works on the side as an electrician.
Holding a class in pep and vim, ARLENE RYKOSKI owns a gym.
If vacation hints you need, consult Travel Agent DIANNE SCHEITHE.
Leading a famed debating team, K. SCHUMACHER never loses, it seems.
LARRY SCHWARTZ, the millionaire, hasnit a worry . . . not even a care.
Head of a famous business place, Miss CAROL SCULLIN is up with the pace.
"DANNY'S Donuts", they're the best! It's always SCULLIN,S we request.
Selling the tasty candy "Rollo", is salesman BOB SEBOLAO.
Counting cash in the national bank, RONALD SEELEY, now a teller, ranks.
Physical therapist of our hospital is "MARTY" SEITZER, making the sick well.
SGRILLO'S music is known through the land, RON plays trumpet in his band.
Here comes B. J., dernier cri, she sells just Diors at SHEEDY'S LTD.
The other SHEEDY, GARY'S his name, has a coaching job as his claim to fame.
Miss SHELDON has advice for the blue, "Dear CAROLYN, what shall I do?"
At SHOPIS' Airport, business is booming, DON's planes are really zooming.
Another basket and the crowds all shout, it's BIG ED'S hoop they yell about.
The SMITH list has Hnally begun, with DONNA still so pert and young.
Next comes JERRY, here's a feat, in dance contests he can't be beat.
Remember LEO, our Class President, he now holds office in Parliament.
MARION SMITH, with customers galore, is now running a new department store.
The end of the SMITH's comes with PAMELA J .... she's a receptionist, they say.
That new movie star, JOHN SOLTANAS, is out of our reach now girls . . . ALAS!
We hear the "Met's" got a new addition, since they heard B. SOPER'S audition.
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EILEEN SOUZA, still smiling bright, has landed in Broadway's frantic limelight.
A ROBIN and Blue Jay are two kinds, in SPEARRIN's Shop a customer finds.
SQUIRES is now living in wealth, JUDY married a doc, good for her health.
Who is the man behind the screeching tires? It's thrill driver, BILL SQUIRES.
STAUFFER's Shoes just can't be beat, NANCY has all kinds for your feet.
Coach STIBER has a top-rated team, BARRY's players really turn on the steam.
Selling tailored clothes for men, "KEV ST. JOHN'S" is the place to spend.
STOWELL Advertising, familiar with all, earns GEORGE enough to have a ball.
ED STOCKUNAS, with a new M.G., won the race at Indianapolis H- Golly!
STREETER's strains heard o'er the land, BRUCE beat Brubeck with his band.
HELEN STUDLEY, world famous cook, has listed her secrets in a book.
EDDIE SUVOSKI is sure doing swell since he inherited a new oil well.
JUDY SWIRSKI's Beauty Shoppe makes every mom look better for pop!
DAVE TALEVI married into money, his "savoir faire" found him a honey!
KAREL TARANOVICH is a socialite hostess, her parties prove shels the mostess.
Referee TARANOVICH, impartiality plus, for RICH all the teams make a fuss.
TOM TATOIAN is now an old pro at making the trees and flowers grow.
NANCY TITLEY has clothing galore, she makes her own - says, "Who needs stores
LEWIS TRIANO owns an apothecary, mixes drugs and potions with glee.
Fireman TRZASKI rushes to the scene, TOMMY's really on the beam,
NEAL TUOHY, a matador, kills ferocious bulls by the score.
IDA VIMER in Washington, D. C., works as a Senator's secretary.
Sergeant WAITE is doing fine, RAY's leading his men across the line.
Oh WARE, oh where can she be? That's JANET teaching French History.
PAT WASDO, straightening files, greets each executive with a smile.
With her designs and new creations, BARBARA WATKINS is quite a sensation!
BARBARA WEDIN is in surgery, assisting at an appendectomy.
JESSICA WEGIEL, always at ease, is now starring on the flying trapeze.
Diving for pearls in oyster shells, JOHN WEYMAN is sure doing quite well.
Selling shares left and right, is stock broker GREGORY WHITE.
JACKIE WOLCIN, with tools galore, works in a certain hardware store.
In the frozen country of Alaska, we find flier RON ZAPATKA.
In the rockettes CINTH is advancing, ZEMBRUSKI does spectacular dancing.
Playing piano, JOAN ZEMBRUSKI enthralls the music group at Carnegie Hall.
DOT ZIBLUK, typist on the side, says being a mother is really her pride.
"ZEKE" ZOLLO has come a long way, selling millions of records every day.
HELEN ZOPKA, last of these names, comes first on our list of fame.
'Tho we knew that in our lives
There would be tribulations,
Trials and joys to mix we strived
So there'd be jubilations!
Thus, you see, we're all successes.
QNO mention of failure here lj
Thanks to the Good Lord Who blesses
'60, we get better still each year!
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Judith Celello Judy
Diane Charette Diane
Geraldine Chisek Gerri
Marilyn Chonko Marilyn
Marjorie Coe Marge
Donald Contaldi Don
Richard Cooney Dick
Donna Crotty Donna
Dennis Curtin Denn
Robert Dahlin Bob
Muriel Dalton Muriel
Jerry DeCarlo Jerry
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Thomas Douty Tom
Raymond Drapko Ray
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ALFRED "BUG" ROSA
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ARLENE AR" RYKOSKI
KARL BIG LARK" SCHUMACHER
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CAROL JOAN SCULLY" SCULLIN
DANIEL DANNY" SCULLIN
ROBERT BOB" SEBOLAO
RONALD CURLYH SEELEY
MARTHA LEE "MARTY" SEITZER
RONALD SGRILLH SGRILLO
BARBARA JOAN "B, J." SHEEDY
GARY BIG GAR" SHEEDY
CAROLYN CAROLYNH SHELDON
EDWARD SLOM" SLOMCENSKI
GERALD JERRY" SMITH
LEO SMITE" SMITH
MARION "MARION" SMITH
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IT IS OUR PRIVILEGE TO EXTEND TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE
NAUGATUCK HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960,
OUR WARM GOOD WISHES FOR A FUTURE OF JOY AND
ACCOMPLISHMENT. MAY WE WISH YOU SUCCESS AND
HAPPINESS IN ALL THAT YOU DO IN THE YEARS TO COME.
United States Rubber Company
NAUGATUCK FOOTWEAR PLANT
RUB B E R
Page One Hundred Sereufy Eighf
So much depends on the money YOU earn - money YOU save -
make it Serve you well! Start building a SAVINGS RESERVE
today - for emergencies, opportunities, any purpose you choose -
and achieve greater peace of mind the SAVINGS BANK way! . . .
Naugatuck Savings Bank
Page One Hundred Seventy Nine
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 7960
TI-IE COLONIAL BANK AND
HYOU R COMMUNITY BANK"
Compffn1efz1f and Bm Wlklvef
The Naugatuck Dairy
Ice Cream Co.
Page One Hundred Eigfaty Ozze
OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE SUCCESS
AND HAPPINESS OF EVERY MEMBER
OF THE CLASS OF 1960
Page One Hundred Eigbly Two
The Biggest Little Store In The Country
CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT
Page One Huazdreu' Eighty Three
A Cbmplfhlmtf of
' ' Page Owe Hundred Eighty Four
Democratic Town Committee
Pg 0 H d'dE'gfyF'
W. 1. MEGIN, INC.
Main Office and Yard - 51 Elm Street
Phone PArk 9-2235
Page One Hundred Eigbly Six
Building Contractors for the
New High School Building
59 AMITY ROAD NIEW HAVEN. CONN.
Page 01111 Iilllidfyd Eighty Se1fcf11
P 0 d'd"f, 'f
The Perry Press, Incorporated
Primer! .Vince 1889
Primers of Naugatuck High Class Book
Phone PArk 9-2226
168 City Hill Street Naugatuck, Connecticut
BETTER BUSINESS CLUB
President-Leonard Zollo Vice-President-Clayton Fernandes
Secretary-Rose Mucha Treasurer-Marianne Jcszinci
Page One Hundred Eighly Nine'
DOOVAL TOOL AND MFG. CO
SAVINGS AND LOAN
ROOT 8. BOYD, INC.
INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE
10 CHURCH STREET TEL. PArk 9-8218
DOMINIC MINICUCCI, Mgr.
WM. H. SCHPERO
- JEWELER -
162 CHURCH STREET
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Page One Hundred Ninely One
Plumbing Sc Heating Contractors
165 MAPLE STREET
P g 0 Hundred Ninety T ' I
SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC.
THE M. FREEDMAN COMPANY
NAUGATUCK FASHION CENTER
Air Conditioned for Your Convenience
Sincere Congratulations on
Your Graduation Day
Page One Hundred Ninety Three
POST JUNIOR COLLEGE
A Collegiate School of Business
Specializing in Business Education Since i890
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL COURSES
Business Administration Secretarial Science Program
and Accountancy Program Executive Secretarial
Business Administration Medical Secretarial
Senior Accounting Legal Secretarial
Junior Accounting Engineering Secretarial
Special Courses Finishing Secretarial
Send for 7960 Catalogue
24 Central Avenue Waterbury, Connecticut.
To the class of l96O Naugatuck High School, congratulations
on this, the completion of your high-school years, and our
sincere wish that the future holds much that is good for you.
Waterbury's Friendly Department Store
Page One Hundred Ninety Four'
LEO'S OIL SERVICE
BURNER SALES AND SERVICE
AIR CONDITIONING OF ALL TYPES
Phone PArk 9-3749
Page One Hundred Ninety Fiffe
DR. SIDNEY M. GROSBERG
FLOWERS AND GIFTS
184 Church Street Ncugcutuck, Conn.
Page One Hundred Ninety Six
The Homer D. Bronson
741412 eszmzuz '
Page One Hundred Nizlefy Seven
Greeting Cards T
Kodaks - Pictures
Cards and Gifis
For All Occasions
153 Maple Sf. Ncxugatuck, Conn.
S W E E N E Y I S TSISPTIOFIS
ART AND STATIONERY STORE
I8 PARK PLACE NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT
Telephone PArk 9-2802
Page One Hundred Ninety Eigbz
D. THURSTON'S SONS
FUEL AND RANGE ous
MR. AND MRS.
JOHN L. MAZILAUSKAS CO.
IDRIS R. ALDERSON
Page One Hundred Ninely Niue
JOSEPH L. PICHULO
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Telephone PArk 9-5692
HOME ROOM 6
Page Two Hundred
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CARLSON FURNITURE COMPANY, INC.
NAUGATUCK - OAKVILLE
Compliments of the
BROWN DERBY RESTAURANT
C. R. Scheithe, Proprietor LANDSCAPING
Telephone PArk 9-5753
Page Two Hundred One
N. H. S. DINERS CLUB
E. O. C. D. N. H. S.
WONDER BREAD DAILY NEWS
"Dedicated to Community Public
Complete Nougatuck, Beacon Falls
Surrounding Area Coverage
For Best Results Recd cmd Use
Complete Job Printing Service
Naugatuck - Tel. PArk 9-2228
Page Two Hundred Two
51 Spring street DINNERS - GRINDERS -
Union CNY PArk 9-8100 PArk 9-1672
Union City, Conn.
NORMAN HAIR STYLIST
Where Every Hair Style is
Ple tMe o
'J m 'Y PREsTo PHARMACY
Connecticut's Most Modern
Beauty Salon 124 Church Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort
Call Naugotuck PArk 9-2246 Rx
Tues.-Sat. 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Fri. till 9:00 p.m.
53 Oak Street, Nougotuck
Parking for 25 Cars
Page Two Hundred Three
Designed and Made
Order Early At
192 Meadow Street PArk 9-4040
Your Store of Smiling Service
PAUL E. BUCKMILLER
82 Fairview Avenue Naugatuck
Page Two Hundred Four
Compliments of Compliments of
PARSON'S SCREW PRODUCTS DUFFY'S LUNCHEONETTE
Rubber Avenue, Msnvine '64 MC'P'e Sffeef
L. H. RACKE
NAUGATUCK HOSE, HOOK 8:
600 High Street
LADDER COMPANY NO. I,
Nougcutuck Connecti t
P ge Two Hundred Five
memco AuroMAncs Co"'P'I"'e"'s of
497 South Leonard St. Waterbury
JOHN M. SUTHERLAND
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS
- INSURANCE -
"Service and Quality
is our Menon Naugotuck Connecticut
THE J. H. TIFFT COMPANY
PLUMBING - HEATING - OIL BURNERS
Culligan Water Conditioning
CLARK OIL INC.
38 Cherry Street Nougatuck, Conn.
Page Two Hundred Six
SOARES LIOUOR STORE
DR. HAROLD E. DAVIDS
72 Church Street Naugatuck, Conn.
Telephone PArk 9-5124
MAYFAIR LUNCHEONETTE '
86 Church Street Naugotuck
THE NAUGATUCK POLICE
FLQWER 5H0p AID ASSOCIATION
Page Two Hundred Seven
Compliments Of Phone PArk 9-3803
531 South Main Street
C. H. GREEN FUNERAL HOME NGU90fUCk, Connecticut
Liquors, Wines and Cordials
Complimems of The Restaurant that
Specializes in Food to take out
1 American and Italian
A FRIEND LIQUORS, WINES, BEER
Vince, Pat and Bob Paolino, Props.
Coll Naugatuck PArk 9-1152
501-505 South Main St. Naugatuck
senvlcs STATION CO"'P""e"'S 0
109 South Main Street
Page Two Hundred Eight
THE CLASS OF 1960
MAYOR ADAM T. MENGACCI
JACK LENNERS ERICKSON MOTORS
NAUGATUCK LARK DEALER
129 RUBBER AVENUE
Congratulations and Best Wishes
for the future to the Young Men
and Women of the Class of 1960
of the Naugatuck High School.
RAYMOND G. ANDERSON
ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION
CHARLES W. BECKER
HOMES OF DISTINCTION
NEIL CASINI -- MASON
Mariano Bros.-Painting 81 Decorating
William DeCarlo-Plumbing 8. Heating
Sam Russo 81 Sons-Electrician
450 Rubber Ave.
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I78 Maple Street
DR. EDWARD GERBER, JR.
HAPPY'S SERVICE STATION
GAS - on - LUBRICATION
379 Rubber Avenue
Tel. PArk 9-2217
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC
8. EQUIPMENT CO.
Wholesale and Retail Distributors
20 Park Place
Phone PArk 9-7145
DR. WALTER J. REILLY
Page Two Hundred Nine
M. A. GREEN
JEWELERS 8. SILVERSMITHS
Quality Since 1898
217 Church Street
99 Cherry Street
Tel. PArk 9-3006
53 Rubber Avenue Nciugcituck, Conn.
A F R I E N D
Page Two Hundred Ten
CARRQLL BILL'S SERVICE STATION
36 Maple Street
PERFUMES Tel. PArk 9-8120
156 Church Street
Naugawck Hours 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
176 Church Street
Phone: PArk 9-8052
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES
ANDREA'S GIFT SHOP DR. E. H. DELANEY
Page Two Hundred Eleven
Lester W. Brodeur Complimenfs of
UNION CITY PHARMACY
Compliments of Tel. PArk 9-3420 32 Rubber Ave.
WILSON CLARK TRUCKING O'DELL'S SERVICE STATION
ESSO GAS - OIL - GREASE - TIRES
PArk 9-6973 REPAIRS - ACCESSORIES
GLICK'S GROCERY STORE
Page Tufo Hundred Twelve
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MAPLE LEAF GRILL
18 Church Street
"The Best For Less"
60 Church Street Nougotuck,
STEPHEN J. SWEENEY
INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE
AL'S BAKE SHOP
432 Rubber Avenue
Finer Dry Cleaning Since 7907
78 Church Street
Phones PArk 9-2022 or PArk 9-4132 Phone PArk 9-3623
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Page' Two Hundred Thirteen
DR. EDWARD M. LERMAN
Compliments of Compliments of
WILLIAM J. OLDAKOWSKI HANS H. GRIESBACH
AND FAMILY D. D. S.
Compliment' of Compliments of
RUB'N'5 Blu. RADO'S VARIETIES
MENS AND BOYS' CLOTHES . THE STORE THAT HAS EVERYTHING
I60 Church Street Open Everyday 5:00 o.m. Thur Midnite
Nczugcztuck Connecticut I CALL PARK 9-8107
Page Two Hundred Fourteen
DR. LEO L. TYLEC
DR. VICTOR CASELLA
DR. WILLIAM E. HILL, JR
DR. DAVID D. BLUESTONE
Telephone PArk 9-8857
Two Hundred Fifteen
HOME MARKET INC. '
T. F. BUTTERFIELD, INC.
160 Rubber Ave.
MAXIE'S PACKAGE STORE
436 Rubber Ave.
Flowers For All Occasions
TOM'S FLOWER SHOP
430 Rubber Ave.
434 Rubber Ave.
Nqugmuck Connecticut Naugatuck Connecticut
G E OTOOLE Reg Phar THOMAS SECZEPKOWSKI, Prop.
Phone PArk 9-6251
Page Tu'o Hundred Sixteen
C0mP'f"'en'S of SURRY'S BAKE sHoP
scHooL sr. MARKET ,71 M,,,,,e me,
PeI'n"lII'Iee Nqugqfuckl Connecticut
39 School Street Union City, Conn. PA,-k 9-3015
Compliments of Dress Rlghl
You can't afford not to!
111 Bank Street
17-21-25 EostMc1in Street
Waterbury Connecllcul Waterbury Connecticut
MIKE'S SERVICE STATION
CLEANERS - TAILORS
45 Bridge Street PArk 9-8126 "Let's Be Clothes' Friends"
428 Rubber Avenue Naugotuck
Union City, Connecticut
At The Big "Cleaner" Sign
Page Two Hundred Seifezileen
Compliments of b
26 Church Street
WESTERN AUTO SALES 81 SERVICE
I I I Rubber Avenue
ROSSI TOT SHOP
76 81 92 Church Street
32 Church Street
Paints that Last
PAINT 8. WALLPAPER
I 02 Church Street
CONN'S MUSIC SHOP
Naugatuck House Of Music
Phone PArk 9-5287
88 Church Street
I89 Church Street
Page Two Hundred Eiglalewz
HANDY DOUGHNUT SHOP
Compliments of R' R'
JEWELRY AND GIFTS
DR' GEORGE DU BOIS 17 Maple Street Naugatuck, Conn.
Compliments Of Compliments of
HQME RESTAURANT ROSENBLATT'S DEPT. STORE
83 Maple Street Naugatuck, Conn.
93 Maple Street
Page Two Hundred Nineteen
Tel. Seymour 6772
VALLEY MOTOR TRAILER
Americc:'s Finest Mobile Homes
THERE IS MUCH OF TOMORROW
'N OUR DR. HEACOCK
MAKES OF MOBILE HOMES TODAY
Route 8 Beacon Falls, Connecticut
TOWN 81 COUNTRY
Beacon Falls Connecticut
SHOP AT MARTY'S CORNER
CANDY AND ICE CREAM
I53 Quinn Street Nougatuck
Phone PArk 9-8166
- We Deliver -
Ida and Paul Mclciorcuwski
MEATS AND GROCERIES
Fnulrs AND VEGETABLES
Phone PArk 9-3708 81 South Main St.
Page Two Hundred Twenty
H. W. WILCOX
Beacon Falls, Conn.
102 Church Street
NAUGATUCK - EMBLEM
157 Quinn Street
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP
Beacon Falls Connecticut
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Page Two Hundred Twenty One
l75 Church Street
83 Maple Street Ncxugatuck
RAYMOND M. SHEA
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
203 Church Street
USED CAR LOT
bber Avenue Ncugatuck
MEZZIO'S SERVICE STATION
BRAKE SERVICE and REPAIR
FRONT END SERVICE
228 Riverside Drive Beacon Falls Connecticut
Page Two Hundred Tufefzfy Two
'CLAPP - ROSE 8. VAUGHN, INC.
ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION - ENGINEERING SERVICE - HOME APPLIANCES
STORE AND OFFICE - 11 LEWIS STREET
WATERBURY 20, CONNECTICUT
Telephone PLOZO 4-2129 Established T900
James and Doris Aquavia
Page Two Hundred Twenty Three
Compliments of AL'S MEAT 8. DELICATESSEN
46 Prospect St.
TALEVI'S FURNITURE STORE Union CNY
COLONIAL AND MODERN pArk 9-1920
Gifts for all members of the family
628 South Main St. PArk 9-8271
GUS'S PACKAGE STORE
421 North Main St.
5PeCl"'iZi"9 in CHUCK'S FRIENDLY SERVICE
APizzA, SPAGHETTI, 8. GRINDERS
531 North Main St.
126 North Main St.
Union City, Connecticut
Page Two Hundred Tuieizfy Four
BEA'S FLOWER SHOP
686 Rubber Avenue
Telephone PArk 9-8451 CQQNEY'S MARKET
Flowers for All Occasions
Compliments of Compliments of
RAYMOND J. ST. JOHN FRANK AUTO BODY
TOWN CLERK Union City Connecticut
Page Two Hundred Twenty Five
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