New Britain High School - Beehive Yearbook (New Britain, CT)

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A-gh, mg! - -' , U5 ,4' .' '-9 uf, , HJ- -- . A v.. 'err-Q W Ei,Ef,,hg45jL.j5,',f- fb , A.. J Q -,E 3 9552 n m w:.v:1-rr:-f. , ' ' --Q-f'fly3gQf':g?o:,"1iiX , , " .., 'vi 2 x 1 , . ,- - ,y ,- it V, . nn. lx, I HABIT or custom, which we Beehive Editors dare not break, is the one that re- quires an introduction or foreword for every book regardless of its magnificence or insignificance. Therefore, although every graduating cllss member knows perhaps more about the year-book than even its editors, it is, nevertheless, imperative we announce that this is the l939 Beehive, and say a few words about it. - All of the graduates have learnedfin aiding us with the pen-sketches-what a brain-racking task compiling a ' write-up ' is, even for the closest of friends. CThe editors have had to write about virtual strangers on very meagre information but that's beside the pointj Though it may seem, at present, that we have either over-estimated or under- rated some of the class members, we feel that the true test of time will not Find us too erroneous. We anticipate that many a "grad" will glance, ten or even twenty years from today, through the Beehive at the "write-ups, ' artistic decorations, and photographs with a glowing feeling of satisfaction and pride-a feeling which we hope prevails at the book's appearance. ln conclusion, it is only fitting to pay tribute to the incessant, untiring, thankless work of the business managers whose zealous efforts made the publication of a year- book possibleg as for the magnificent achievements of the Art Department-well, they expressed themselves eloquently. It would be a sacrilege to forget the eye-saving aid of the expert typists who were ever ready to type, found namely in the persons of Mary Aziz, Helen Lewitsky, Emily Neuhold, Irene Stewart, and others. We present them a bouquet of praise and appreciation. Editors Dn-.. 1 1 X -- . .,M...,f....,3V Y W vw .f . iw ia: ww TO MR. VINCENT SALA Qur Principal This volume is affectionately dedicated Page 7 U i N.B. H.s. I L-4 ILILIIAIUIAIUllljllllljUUllllllltll.lIAll,lU71Ql1ljLlllUlAll,lIjljljljljIAlljLILIUUULIUIjljlllllllllljuillllllllIIJIFLIIAILIIAILILILIY .1 . Q' -"N Q' Q' B X g , K5-0 "iff ' j s N B K ' Q . 5 - A A r.' 1 -A , FAC ULTY W 1 11939 I H VINCENT SALA Principal FRANK A. JAMES Vice Princapal Director, uidance MILLIE G. McAULEY PrincipaI's Assistant NEWELL S. AMES Director, Commerce Commercial Law THOMAS P. ELDER Director, Art FREDERICK S. MIRLIANI Director, Music EDITH A. ADAMS English ALFRED M. ANDERSON Industrial Arts EDITH BAER Arithmetic Business Practice Typewriting JAMES S. BEACH Biology ABESHAG BENJAMIN Latin AGATHA BENZ Typewriting WALTER BLAISDELL Algebra Plane Geometry CHARLES J. CAMPBELL Physics GUSTAVE E. CARLSON Algebra Plane Geometry Chemistry RACHEL S. CARPENTER Algebra Plane Geometry CONSTANCE CARRIER English WINTON I. CATLIN American History World History G. DAVIS CHASE, JR. Chairman, Science Chemistry ELIZABETH C. CHUTTER Sewing KATHERINE H. CLARK American History World History GRACE E. COHOLAN English H. REGINA CONNOR English LOUISE R. COTTER Home Economics JOSEPHINE CRAWLEY Stenography Typewriting MARY CURRAN English JOHN B. DEPOT American History World History LIONEL M. DEPOT Chairman, Physical Education CHARLES J. DRAPEAU Chairman, French WALTER G. DROGUE American History World History STELLA G. EISENBERG Latin AGNES M. FINNEGAN Chairman, Latin ELISABETH FOX English JAMES P. GILBERT Commercial Arithmetic Faculty ROSE C. GLOVER Physical Education HENRY R. GOODWIN Problems of Democracy JOYCE GOSS American History World History AMY C. GUILFORD German ILGA F. HARVEY American History Problems of Democracy MARY E. HEHIR Business Practice Omce Practice CLAIRE E. HERRICK Typewriting EUNICE H. HILDEBRANDT English MABEL HIPELIUS World History MARION L. HOAR American History Modem History PALMER P. HOWARD Chairman, History American History World History ELIZABETH L. HUNGERFORD Director, Home Economics WILLIAM J. I-IURLEY Chemistry ISABEL JACKSON American History EDWARD JOHNSON Physical ducation BERTHA M. JONES Bookkeeping Business Arithmetic KATHARINE A. KENNEY English EDAWARD KIESEWETTER rt EILEEN R. KING English ESTHER KOPLOWITZ Typewriting LILLIAN KOPLOWITZ English CECELIA KREMSKI Bookkeeping Business Practice NELLIE LeWITT Bookkeeping Business Practice I-IELEN McDONOUGH English GENEVIEVE McGRAIL Sewing KATHERINE A. McINTYRE Librarian LORETTA M. McKEON Social Studies World History ARTHUR E . MAHAN Drafting MARIE A. MASSEY English MARIE E. MAY English MARCELLA MORAN English MARION E. NAUGHTON Office Practice GLADYS I. NICKERSON French LEONARD R. NIXON Algebra CLARENCE J. NORDSTROM Biology Chemistry ETHEL E. ODIN English l L JEXINIE H. OLSSON FC CLARA A. POWELL Bookkeeping Business Practice IONE D. PROCTOR American History Problems of Democracy DORA PROTASS Bookkeeping DOROTHY QUIGLEY American History World History ROBERT S. QUINIBY American History Problems of Democracy World History Commercial Law ADRIENNE M. RABY French MILDRED M. RAYMOND English HENRY H. RECANO Modern History World History RHODA REILLY English WINIFRED F. REYNOLDS Physical Education MARY E. RINGROSE English FRANCIS J. RIO Biology LAURA SALERNI Typewriting JESSE D. SALLEE Chairman, English CHARLES A. SI-IEA Physical Education WILFRED J. SI-IEEHAN Biology Chemistry OLGA F. SIPOLIN Stenography Typewriting PEARL MVSNOW American History Problems of Democracy BORIS SROGI Arithmetic Business Practice Commercial Law VIRGINIA H. TALLARD English FLORENCE M. TORMAY English SARA J. WALKER Algebra Plane Geometry HELEN G. WASKELEWICZ Stenography Typewriting MILDRED G. WELD Chairman, Mathematics Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Trigonometry DOROTHY WESKER Typewriting ANTOINETT E J. WHITE Stenography Typewriting FLORENCE WINTER American History Modern History HELEN N. WOLSKI English ROBERT V. YOUNG French PRACTICE TEACHERS CARMELO GRECO CECELIA HUGHES Page' 9 Li l N.1H.H.s. ' m I E lr RE S H MANL 2 Jxxfxirx-IXJ-gl j W I i'Q3Q Mid-Year Graduation Exercises PROCESSIONAL "Marche Romainen . Senior I-Iigh School Orchestra INVOCATION Reverend Doctor Wofford C. Timmons MUSIC a. "In These Delightful Pleasant Groves" b. "Ave Maria" . Combined Glee Clubs I PIANO SOLO "Revolutionary Etude" 9 Miss Marion Ruth Davis, Class ofIa39 -t MUSIC "The Blue Danube Waltz" I ig, Orchestra and Combined Glee Clubs I PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS Mrs. Catherine S. Zwick 4, of the Baud of Education Q, "ALMA MATER" . . Class, Orchestra and Glee Clubs "STAR SPANGLED BANNER" Entire Assembly RECESSIONAL Gou nod Purcell Abt Q 4 I . . 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Mid-Year Honors in Scholarship Honors in scholarship are awarded to those who maintain average rank of eighty-five or over GENERAL HONORS FOR THREE YEARS 'Evelyn Selma Anderson 'J ustus Sackett Beach 'Carroll Osbom Bennett 'Pauline Frances Bianco 'George Boygiian Stanley B. estner 'Sheran Darrnoo 'Marion Ruth Davis 'Margaret Mary Herdlein Florence Madeline J aglowski 'Member of the National BOOKKEEPING Sebastian Vincent Jduliano Edward Frederick indeman Bemard Mussman Michael Peter Sudol Nicholas Zamayduk ENGLISH Evelyn Selma Anderson Justus Sackett Beach Carroll Osbom Bennett Naomi Edith Blackman Edna Lois Boskoski George Boya'ian Mary Anne Chilchus Marie Jean Conti Sheran Damioo Marion Ruth Davis Elizabeth Cahoon Hancock Margaret Mary Herdlein Mary Helen Kaprealian Nellie Barbara Kobiela Stella Theresa Kujawski Virginia Mary Mack Gustave Robert Nordgren A Virginia Ruth Parker Mary FJ anet Ribeiro Lois rances Sharpe Clara Dorothy Smarkus Michael Peter Sudol Lucy Lydia Sztaba Dornthv Josephine Taucher Irene Truss Charlotte Wilson Vance So hia Au stina Yesknvich Jogn Paul glamoyski FRENCH Marion Ruth Davis Lois Frances Sharpe ENGLISH Ralph Joseph Andreacchio Michael Hadvab, Jr. DRAWING Walter John Semrow Mary Helen Kaprealian 'Jenny Margaret Karbonic 'F ellie Barbara Kobiela Lucian-rloseph Kragiel 'Stella heresa Kujawski 'Virginia Mary Mack Florence C. Majewski Anthonydames Monterosso 'Virginia uth Parker Honor Society of Secondary Schools. SPECIAL HONORS GERMAN Carroll Osbom Bennett Stanley B. Chestner Marion Ruth Davis HISTORY Evelyn Selma Anderson Jiusrus Sackett Beach Gdna Boskoski eorge ya ian Marie Jean Conti Elizabeth Cahoon Hancock Margaret Mary Herdlein Florence Madeline Jaglowski Nellie Barbara Kobiela Stella Theresa Ku'awski Anthoray James Ivllonterosso Howar Munson Gustave Robert Nordgren Marie lda Piersanti MaryFJanet Ribeiro Lois rances Sharie Sophie Helen Stoc mal Michael Peter Sudol Lucy Lydia Sztaba Dorothy Josephine Taucher Irene Truss Sophia Augustina Yeskovich MATHEMATI CS Orlandodoseph Andy Carroll sborn Bennett Stanley B. Chestner FredKI,6CzWa Roy uis arner Holtman Lucian Joseph Kragiel Virginia Ruth Parker John Paul Zamoyski TRADE COURSES PRINTING John Chester Zaleski Marie Ida Piersanti 'Lois Frances Sharpe 'Clara Dorothy Smarkus 'Michael Peter Sudol 'Lucy Lydia Sztaba Dorot-IP' Josephine Taucher 'Irene russ Soghia Augxstina Yeskovich Jo n Paul amoyski LATIN Stanle B. Chestner Edna liois Boskoski SCIENCE Naomi Edith Blackman ll:ustus Sackett Beach red J. Czapla Lester Kochanowsky Lucian Joseph Kragiel Anthonylgames Monterosso Virginia uth Parker Charlotte Wilson Vance STENOGRAPHY Pauline Frances Bianco Malia Grigutis ary He en Kaprealian Jenny Margaret Karbonic ell' Barb ra Kobiela ie a Stella Theresa Kujawski Virginia Mary Mack Florence C. Magewski Clara Dorothy markus Irene Truss TYPEWRITING Pauline Frances Bianco ulia Grigutis :lenny Margaret Karbonic Nellie Barbara Kobiela Stella Theresa Kujawski Virginia Mary Mack Clara Dorothy Smarkus SEWING Lena Adeline Garafolo MACHINE Walter John Kata MATHEMATICS Richard Harold Cherwin Michael Hadvab, Jr. OTHER AWARDS THE BAUSCH AND LOMB HONORARY SCIENCE AWARD For the greatest progress in tlgirie years of scientific studies CMe a ANTHONY JAMES MONTEROSSO AWARD OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE For excellence in mathematics and science Clvledalj LUCIAN JOSEPH KRAGIEL . ig 'I Phan r -1 I i ,. 1 , PUNK ,,-1 4. J . 1 I I a osep reacc io Sail? 'S'i"i.'l'I3"am h' Orlandgm joseph Andy Paul A talon Justus Szizkett Beach Gustave Michael Belomyzy Carroll Osbom Bennett ' Arthur Emest Bemier Harold Otto Bertz Anthon Theodore Bianca George Boyaj ian George W. Bunce Fran John Casa Richard Harold Cherwin Stanley B. Chestner Edward oseph Conlin Francis ames Conlon aaron dx lh Co 1 aymon osep y e Nicholas Clharles Cozzolongo Arthur Crossman Edward Lloyd Crowley Fred J. Czapla I Frank Samuel D Aquila Andrew Peter Denuzze games Dooman rank Joseph Domfeld Robert Doerr I!-ohn Louis Fabale rancis john Farrell Michael Frank Fersko Leonard Goldberg Edward Frank Grudzien Evelyn Selma Anderson Margaret Mabel Anderson Fannie Marie Arduini Anna A-Eznes Ba'ek Dawn arolyn Benjamin Alice Laurette Bergren lljanet Pearl Beveridge auline Frances Bianco Naomi Edith Blackman Genevieve Bogdanski Edna Lois Boskoski Anne F. Bruzek Mary Rose Cararini Mary Anne Chilchus Ruth Minnie Conner Marie jean Conti Marjorie Ruth Cmm Sheran Darmoo Marion Ruth Davis Lena Doroth DeMarco Lane Marie Dlescola ellie Bertha Diskevich Bertha Mary Domblauskas Vivian Nora Duplin Elaine Helen Dwire Lillian Harriet Faceenc - llaosephine Doris Fazzina alma Mary Gagliardi Lena Adeline Garafolo Sarah Marie George Agnes Gerent ftulia Grigutis -lizabeth Cahoon Hancock Elizabeth Virginia Hansen Graduates Young Men L el Hadvab, ,I r. ' l 'rd Beardsley Hart Theodore Stanley Haze Georg-e Frederick Henninger Roy ouis W r Holtman Salvatore gf lntagliata Clayton A ames Sebastian Vincent juliano . Frank john Kacmarcik william s. K Auska William Ant raty E'?,iEii'1g"""l. 'A k' r is Victor oselaa fl' ec Frederick William Kindt ioseph Thomas Kobylas ester Kochanowsky Lucian joseph Kragiel Harold Stanley. Koplowitz Henry Victor abieniec Domenick Anthony LaCaprucc George Charles Lass Mario Anthony Lenzi Edward Frederick Lindeman Stanley Lyons Haig Harry Marzbanian Wtifr Masonish M i iarnd osep atsen Charles ichard May Anthon james Monterosso Allen NlcCoy Mosley Howard Munson Bernard Mussman Young Women Helen Barbara Hawrylik Marjorie Blanche Haynes Dorothy Elizabeth Hepp Margaret Mary Herdlein Eleanor Virginia Hopkins Florence Madeline J aglowski Viola Dorothy lg obert Helen Muriel aczmarek Mary Helen Kaprealian enny Margar Karbonic Rita Garland Hell Nellie Barbara Kobiela Alyce Kochanowski Anna Frances Kolodziej Alyce Anne Kovalik Bertha Theresa Kriscunas Ann Helen Kuckell Stella Theresa Kuiawski Dorothy Mildred ipetz Lorraine Eleanor Logan Martha Lorraine L ss Winifred Elsie Macbonald Virginia Ma Mack ane Marionrillaczko - Florence C. Majewski Anna julia Markevich Mary Anna Mattfrano Lucy Josephine' Mazzarella Edith Florence Miller Mary Esther Moses Helen Anna Muszynski Lorraine M. Noel Virginia Marie Palazzo Virginia Ruth Parker Marie Ida Piersanti rf Edward john Na lny john josefh Na i Gustave obert Nordgren oseph Angelo Onisto ohn Joselsrh Oparowski en o Ogazda ohnrggilward aretta ohn Adolf Parsons, jr. illiam Charles Paskus Amold'L. Pearson , Albert john Ponte Walter Atosegi Prachniak Alfred to inas Stanley,Anthony Rogala Louis Augustus Scheyd Walter john Semrow ' Leo Louis Siedman Clinton Paul Sousa Michael Peter Sudol Leo Walter Tajmaier Edward Harbld Telke john Manion Tracy Arthur joseph Trotta Dominic Louis Valentino Chester Paul Vinci Russell Henry Westerberg Howard Walter Wollman Raymond Yung iohn Chester Zaleski icholas Zamayduk ' john Paul Zamoyski john Zdanczukas C o 1 Lillian Ruth Platush Pauline Claire Pozzo Marion jean Rapacka Mary Janet Ribeiro Margaret Lillian Roulier Rita Marie Sczykpwski Anne Elizabeth Schwartz iosephine Seleman ' ois Frances Shqae Iblary ,Lo ' Shepanske ' ' orot y .- Florence Skoczuleiv Cla-Tha Smazkus, I red-an 'Eames arion Soga " orot , ar ret Qt: Sophie mi n dchmaf Monica J Wald argaret ilhil 8 . glxtherine Sgttti Lucy Lydia " A Dorothy J -aucher Margery Ann, CTSL Harriet Victoria Traskds . , lrene Truss ' Charlotte Wilson Vance Antoinette Rose Vilardi Florence Helen Wahl lrene Margaret Wallace Mildred Ejoan Watras Norma lifabeth Williamson Eleanor Emily Wry, Sophia Augiizstina eskovich Elizabeth arcia Young D-.- . . cv In H- '- I e V I , A i A J K FRANK JOSEPH DORNFELD New Britain, Conn. "Frankie" February 5, 1920 "I take my pleasures without change, and as I lived I live." "Frankie" is claimed to be one of the greatest "backs" ever to enter the portals of N. B. H. S. Besides his athletic ability, "Frankie" is noted for his scholastic ability. Such diversihed activities have led to popularity which in turn served as a steppingstone to the office of President of the graduating class. lt is an honor of which we know he will be proud. WW know. "Well begun is half done"g so your success is assured. , ' '. Basketball '37, '381 Football '36, '37, '38, Baseball '36, '37'wi'esi- dent of Graduating Classg Delta Xi ANTOINETTE ROSE VILARDI Plainville, Conn. "Toni" November 9, 1920 "She touches nothing, but she adds a c A 7' - jcepers Creepers "Toni" where'd you get thos ig Brown Eyes? They certainly are eloquent, is positively the most happy-go- lucky girl in the worldgor so it seems to us. She can carry off any situation with the greatest of ease. When it comes to having a good time, "Toni" is johnny on the Spot. You might give us your recipe for popularity, "ToniZ" Amphion Club, Secretary of the Girls' 'Leagueg Vice-President EDWARD FREDERICK LINDEMAN New Britain, Conn. "Lindy" November 3, 1919 "The staid, conservative, came-over-with-the-conqueror type of mind" "Lindy" is the tall handsome class treasuter. Whenever you meet "Lindy," he always has a big grin, perhaps that's the reason he's so popular. Besides excellinglg in his studies, bookkeeping especially, he also excels on the basebal diamond. We all expect "Lindy" to become a bookkeeper, but we wouldnt be surprised to see him in the "big leagues." Good luck, "Lindy" Baseball '37,,'38p Class Treasurer, Prom Cfgmmittee 3 MARIE JEAN CONTI New Britain, Conn. ' February 15, 1921 1 "lt is better to be loved than honored." Five feet hve, eyes of brown, and a stunning crop of red hair gives an accurate description of this young miss. Marie is one' of the staunch pillars that upholds the Girls' eague. and the "apple of Miss Fox s eye. There are many others who feel proud of herg especially a certain college man who drives a "convertible" Well, Marie, may your con- quests in the business world be just as advantageous. Banquet Committeeg Director of Social Activities, Girls' League, Amphion Club, Class Secretary V. 4 1 GEORGE ISAAC ABRAHAM New Britain, Conn. "Abbie" ' February 5, 1921 "Nothing is pleasant unless spiced with variety" "Abbie" is the "gent" who worked nights and slept durini his Latin classes. He played football and made a wealth of friends. "Ab ie," we credit your time well spent in this Franklin Square Institute, Footballg Baseball and Basketball Teams Page 1 5 ' ' ' I EVELYN SELMA ANDERSON New Britain, Conn. "Evy" December 2, 1920 "The Love of Books, the Golden Key that opens the Enchanted Door" If we try to name any special talent, we find that 'AEvy" is a very versatile person. She loves En lish and "long, flowing words" and is the main stay of our English class. However, in French it is quite the opposite. But the French class would be very dull without Evelyn. She is also noted for casting wicked glances, but don't let it bother you, Amphion Club, Girls' League, Banquet Committee, Musical Club, National Honor Society, junior College Club, Rostrum and Gavel ORLANDO JOSEPH ANDY New Britain, Conn. "Andy" january 21, 1920 "Variety is the mother of enjoyment." Orlando is the unfortunate C71 young man who had to make a good portion of the Louisiana trip on his back in a Pullman berth. In ad- dition to athletic accomplishments we also have a rare scholastic ability wrapped up in this personification of versatility. We don't know your plans, but we wish you good luck. Baseball, Basketball, Football FANNIE MARIE ARDUINI New Britain, Conn. "Fan" October 3, 1920 "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known" "Fan" is that pretty brunette who is always smiling and happy. She is noted for her hearty laugh that certainly is contagious and for her sympathetic nature. We know that "Fan" will be successful in any work she may choose, for she has a personality that makes friends si 4 PAUL APOSTALON New Britain, Conn. "Greek" April 4, l92l "The race by vigour, not by vaults, is war" "Greek," as they call Paul, is a true scholar, This fact can be con- firmed by-the enviable marks of which Paul is the proud possessor. He likes sports, especially tennis, swimming, and ice skating. He plans to go to college but hasn't as yet decided between his two alternatives of teaching or becoming a mortician. Well Paul, whatever you are, we know you'll be successful, because you're just the man to be on the top. Musical Club, Men's Glee Club ANNA AGNES BAJEK New Britain, Conn. "Ann" June 12, l9l9 "A quiet mind is richer than a crown" "Ann" is a quiet sort of person but can be friendly and jolly too. "Ann's" been working hard for those required credits, but we know she wc:n't regret it. She intends to become a hairdresser and her serious attitude and willingness to work will gain success for her. Page 16 l ' if .' 1 1 4 fhgnt,-' ,-ig E11 4 'f' U7-5' ' ef' ff it it B if-:ii - 'iq Wifi' I" 'Eg:f'l X . l. ,Qi 1 4 . ' JUSTUS SACKETT BEACH New Britain Conn. October 31, 1920 That which is unjust can really profil no one That which is just can really harm no one" uStuS is the sort of student who believes in concentrating on the deeper things of life. His scholastic standing is among the highest as can be witnessed by his membership in the National Honor Society. Surely such a start can have no other end but success. V Glee Club Newspaper Clubg Amphion Club DAWN CAROLYN BENJAMIN New Britain C onn. "Benjy" August 20, 1920 "A pleasant maid of mirth and wit" Dawn s good nature and cheery lau hter are known throughout the school She would rather see a football game than eat or sleep and every Saturday afternoon one would find her rooting for N. B. H. S. Her aim in life is to become a secretary. She is well fitted for the oc- cupation because of her efficiency and pleasing disposition. We wish you the best of luck. Girls Leagueg Class Night Committee GUSTAVE MICHAEL BELOMYZY New Britain Conn. "Gus" December 13, 1920 Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." Gus is one of those hard-working managers, who recently com- pleted a trip to Louisiana with the football team. He became managler in 1936 and has been for the past three years. He surely earned is letter for baseball on the "38" squad. He was head manager for basket- ball for the years of '37 and '38 squad. He hopes to succeed in the field of sports and if his athletic record is any prophet, he will most certainly l succeed Cheerio! Head Manager of Basketball '37g Manager of Football, Baseball X ALICE LAURETTE BERGREN New Britain, Conn. "Al" August 20, 1921 "Life is not life without delight" lf you don't know Alice, you've missed a great deal. Although she's not exactly in love with her school work, she's always managed to get her work done right on time. She's a good sport-always ready for a good time especially at all those dances she attends. She is always neat and well-dressed, We hear she's going to take up hairdressing. Girls' League, junior College Club b ' CARROLL OSBORN BENNETT New Britain, Conn. "Dictus" April 1, 1921 "Doing easily what others find difficult is talentg doing what is impossible for talent is genius" Carroll Bennett is a gentleman and a scholar of the First waters. He is a brilliant student, a lovable comrade, and an understanding friend. He is popular because of his scholastic ability and willingness to help a friend in need. We are uninformed as to Carroll's future other than it will be some field of engineering. However, we are not lackin confidence in such ability. Slowly but surely he will gain suc- cess. gest of luck, Carroll! . National Honor Society g Motto Committee Page 17 fi 'F Q sligggsas A lf-Fir H ' V , 2 ' TLS '?'5:"2'l'l ' l I 5?-15? 1 gill "' 'X 4 , ' C JANET PEARL BEVERIDGE New Britain, Conn. 'Soda Water" December 25, 1920 "Quietly come and quietly go, and peace goes on forever" Here's a miss that may look and act quiet and bashful, but don't let her fool you. Her wit and humor are unfailing and she is liked by everyone. As a sideline from secretarial work, she'd like to be a veterin- arian but what about those Saturday night parties? Anyhow, we know you'll be a success with all your well-liked qualities. Girls' League ARTHUR ERNEST BERNIER Hartford, Conn. "Shortie" August 27, l9l9 "Look noi too high lest a chip fall in your eye" Arthur is the shortest person in the raduating class of 1939 fthe Corrigan wayl. He must be at least six leet three inches short. He is fun lovin and also has a real blush. He is an ardent golfer and has caddied Elis aspiratioQR3'un toward Oxford University and then to the diplomatic servicef " PAULINE FRANCES BIANCO New Britain, Conn. "Lena" january 20, 1921 "Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit" Lena" is that modest attractive brunette who is noted for prompt- ness in completing her subjects. She also intends to continue studying the piano and if it is true that "Success comes to those who wait", Lena will be successful in life. Girls Leagueg National Honor Society ' fly 1 . ay ANTHONY THEODORE BIANCA New Britain, Conn, "Bronho Nagurskiu February 15, 1920 "Action higffihe proper fruit of knowledge" Here is another membatiof our famous football squad and a feminine admirer also. Although "Tony" didn't make the first team, he loyally stuck with the other boys and won his just reward by taking the trip to Louisiana. Luck, as displayed by "Tony," is indeed a rare quality. Success in the future to you, "Tony." Footballg Basketballg Delta Xi NAOMI EDITH BLACKMAN New Britain, Conn. "Red" September 24, 1921 "Eats to please herseU, but dresses to please others" Naomi is a red head who dares to wear baby pink and flaming scarlet. We often wonder where she gets her individuality when it comes to clothes. But for all that, "Red" is a most conscientious and sympathetic person as some of her classmates have discovered. Maybe they have also discovered the interest in Hartford. What do you say, "Red"? Junior College Club, Girls' League . iv Page 18 A Tvs,--my H as GEORGE WHITTINGTON BUNCE New Britain, Conn. "Buncie" March 5, l92l "Still waters run deep" "Buncie," a chap of quietness and reserve, Ends that life is one hard struggle after another. This is quite true, but the day will soon come when presistency will reap her reward much in "Buncie's" favor. Looking into the Crystal Ball, a view of college life and a final sound position is found to come into his life. We know that "Buncie" will prove to be a great success in all that he attempts. Musical Clubg Newspaper Club, Cvlee Clubs EDNA LOIS BOSKOSKI New Britain, Conn. "Babe" November ll, l92l "Oh happiness! our beings end and aim" Here is another of our best-dressed young ladies. Her auburn hair, nice eyes and s arkling smile are very suitable to her perpetually ay mood. She is also an active member of the Although we dignt see Edna at our raduation exercises, we hope she's completely re- covered and wish iier luck. Girls' League, junior College Club " FRANK JOHN CASA New Britain, Conn. "Caesar" April 9, I'-920 "Art is difficult, transient is her reward" "Caesar" has a sense of humor which all his fellow students enjoy. He is an accomplished artist and intends to pursue that career when he graduates. l'he best of luck to you, "Caesar," Zeta Nu Class Night Play achieve, Upsilon Lambda Phi, Amphion Club I -IQ Page 1 9 MARY ROSE CARARINI New Britain, Conn. "Carrie" February Zl 1921 4, f. "Within the midnight of her hair A when girl is Mary, with sparkling dark eyes and silken tresses arran ed in the latest fashion. We dont blame that certain someone in Cieshire for occupying most of Mary s time for everyone likes and admires her. Beauty plus brains will do much in the way of success, Mary, so may you have the best of it STANLEY CHESTNER Brooklyn, New York August 5 l922 "On the neck of the young man sparkles no gem so gracious as enterprise "Stan" is an outstanding student in most of his classes although he claims he does not study. He is usually seen in the halls and class rooms annoying teachers and friends with his so called musical ac complishments. We hope that N. Y. U will appreciate your talents "Stan", but in any case, you will reach the goal you are striving to ' MARY ANNE CHILCHUS New Britain, Conn. "Chick" November 20, 1920 "Calm in her voice and calm within her eye" Mary is the shy, blond girl with an engaging smile and quiet manner. Mary will prove a valuable asset to any employer for one can never ruffle her spirits. Her outside activities are varied, and her success is inevitable. Girls' League FRANCIS JAMES CONLON New Britain, Conn. "Cooler" September 16, 1920 "An ounce of mirth is worth a pound of sorrow" Art is the line of concentration of this promising youncg protege of Miss Olson. His future plans are uncertain but i confi ence brings success, we need not fear for the eventual outcome. -is RUTH MINNIE CONNER New Britain, Conn. "Ruthie" june 7, 1921 "Variety is the spice of life" "Ruthie" is an all-around girl and a good friend. She likes sports, E22 bands, and traveling, but her one ambition is to be a beautician. ere are best wishes for your futup, "Ruthie" Class Night Play Iota Nu, Girls' League V A -U Pagezo RAYMOND JOSEPH COYLE New Britain, Conn. "Ray" November 3 1918 "Every great man is unique "Ray" is the class comedian. His imitations of famous people have won him many first prizes on amateur shows all over the state Ray is an usher at the Strand Theatre, and it is said that he is their best advertisement. "Ray" has two ambitions to go to Hollywood and to be a great politician like his uncle, the Mayor Good luck Ray I l ANN PAULINE COPPI New Britain, Conn. "Hermie August 22 1920 "A cheerful look makes a dish a feast Ann is known for her friendly smile and her sparkling brown eyes She is a loyal friend and a real sport. Her favorite sports are skating tennis and dancing. She is chiefly interested in the business fields and has many traits which will aid her in being a successful business woman 'W ,. .qv 'Jr-at ' 1" - 4 ' -x t ARTHUR CROSSMAN Providence, Rhode Island "Artie" january 29, 1920 "Rugged the breast that music cannot tame" "Artie" is an ardent music lover, and also a lover of dramatics. lf he's not doing one of these things, you can find him indulging in any sport from tennis to football. He is seriously working on a musical comedy right now, called "Now You Can Sing Opera," and if you know 'Artie" as well as his friends, you can be sure the comedy will be a success. Musical Club, Business Manager of Beehive if MARJORIE RUTH CRUM New Britain, Conn. "Margie" February 4, l92l "And her dark eyes-how eloquent" Style, sweetness and sophistication are combined when "Margie" passes in the school corridors. "Margie" has a disposition just as lovely as her brown eyes. ls it any wonder then that she has all those little lambs following her to school. You know what we mean. She never seems terribly worried about tests but just takes them as a matter of course and comes through with "de bonnes notes." lt is said that "Margie" has hopes for college in fall. Girls' League, Alpha Alphaji.-'Class Night Committee, junior College Club EDWARD LLOYD CROWLEY New Britain, Conn. February 9, 1920 "Mingle your cares with pleasure now and then" "Ed's" favorite topic is boxing. His favorite haunt is his brother's ym. You can always have a spirited conversation with "Ed" on boxing, gut don't mock the lrish fighters. ln school, "Ed" has a keen wit which causes many teachers to smother a smile before they can speak to him about his humor. He is friendly, almost always smiling and always waitin for an opening for his wit. Best of luck, may your highest hopes que reached. so SHERAN DARMOO New Britain, Conn. "Sherry" September 8, 1920 "She used to come at ten o'clock But now she comes at noon." "Sherry's" the E31 we see rushing into room 400 eve? morning any time after the ll's rung. Out side of this weakness, " herry's" a good student and does above average work. "Sherry" also seems to show favoritism for Biology and all well and good for she's going to be a nurse. National Honor Society, Girls' League ' FRED JOSEPH CZAPLA Pittsburgh, Pa. "Snap" November 19, 1919 "Push on-keep moving" Studiousness personified, that is Fred. His marks are firm sup- porters to his scholastic ability. Perhaps you didn't know but Fred can pinch-hit for a sound-effects-man especially in barking like a dog Fred's not a grind but a serious student and his success is assured. Pnoe 11 5, sy Q. 1 t A J 1 ' . 'J' MARION RUTH DAVIS New Britain, Conn. March l0, l92l "She is a rare compound of many virtues" Marion appears to possess everything one could desire. She is a top-ranking scholar, a highly talented musician, and a good companion. Her popularity, good looks, and sparkling sense of humor are known to us all. Of all her endearing charms, the one most marked is her de- pendability. One may trust not only her word, but also her personality. We hear that she is undecided between teaching and concert music. Whichever she decides upon, we'll be seeing her. Girls' League, junior College Club, National Honor Society, Editor of the Beehive, Amphion Club, Motto Committee FRANK SAMUEL D'AQUILA New Britain, Conn. "Ace" November 28, 1919 " He was six foot of man, A-1, clear grit and human nature" Congressman, politician, these words are related to "Ace.'7 His ability to use many long words at various meetings has given him the name of Congressman D'Aquila. Aside from this, A'Ace" is a great football player and very popular. We hope "Ace's" plans include college, for we are sure that he would succeed in such an institution. Football, Track, Basketball, Chairman of Prom Committee, Cashier, Delta Xi LENA DOROTHY DeMARCO Philadelphia, Pa. "Lee" February 22, 1921 "These lovely lamps, these windows of the soul" Did you ever wonder what went on in a person's mind? Well, that's what we have often wondered about "Lee." Although her eyes speak eloquently her lips remain silent-or so it seems to any person who meets "Lee" for the first time. Confidentially "Lee," we all hope you'll be a nurse-even though it's only to show them how pretty you look in white. Girls' League luck. is surely destined to be successful. Phi Sigma, Girls' League i D,.,.,. -- ANDREW P. DENNUZE New Britain, Conn. "Bon ab Scotch October 14 1920 "Let your trouble tarry till its own day comes Although distressed at times, "Andy is really a mental genius l-le is also a lover of music, Science and of the opposite sex Andy is planning on entering college in the fall We all wish him the best of Zeta Nu, Glee Club, Speakers Club, Civic Forum JANE MARIE DESCOLA New Britain, Conn. "Janie" january 20 1921 'AShe liked what e'er she looked on, and her looks went everywhere "Janie" is a quiet, sweet dispositioned girl in love with everythm in the wide world. One glance into her sparkling blue eyes will te you that she's happy and lovable. She's grand fun in school as well as out of school. Dancing is one of "-Ianies favorite diversions and we sometimes wonder if this is because of her attractive escort To be a ' dietician, is her aim, and with such a cheerful outlook on life .Janie .Q ni, V A 1 ft via, f at I h, 1. ,tx JAMES DOOMAN Persia "jimmie" October 8, 1921 "What will be, will be well, for what is, is well" "Jimmie" is a fine, likeable young fellow. He is well known among the students and very active in the social affairs of the school. "There oes Dooman" is a popular expression on Saturday afternoons when he scampers around on the gridiron like a scared rabbit. "fimmie" will most likely o on to college and surpass his feats accomp ished at N. B. H. S. Theiest of luck to you, "Jimmie," Footballg Track, Basketball, Delta Xi, Prom Committee BERTHA MARY DOMBLAUSKAS New Britain, Conn. "Bert" October 9, 1920 "Laugh, if you are wise" "Bert" is a girl that always seems to have a giggle with her and can alwa s be found running from room to room lookin for a type- writer. "Bert" likes to swim and skate, but can usuaiy be found dancing. "Bert" doesn't know what she's going to do after graduation, but we know she'll succeed. Girls' League ROBERT ERNEST DORR New Britain, Conn. "Bob" December 28, 1921 " His resolve is not to seem the bravest, but to be" In "Bob" we have a good athlete, a good student and a rare blush. "Bob" was one of the fortunates who made the trip to Louisiana. Undecided as your future is, we know you will be a success. Football Team, Theta Sigma X . Girls' Leagueg Prom Committee l School Band s"'1t, 9 VIVIAN NORA DUPLIN New Britain, Conn. "Dupe" April lb, 1921 "Let none presume to wear an undeserved dignity" Even thou h she's always so dignified "Polly" is lots of fun In High School, Selly has been one of our better students and we khow that her conscientious ways will help her in her future profession. JOHN LOUIS FABALE New Britain, Conn. "Fable" December Zl, 1920 "Is there a heart that music cannot melt? Alas! how is that rugged heart forlorn!" "Fable" is a fellow you cannot overlook. He has personalit , looks, and is very congenial because of the above qualities. ln school, life, he always does his work, as a student should, and never complains. He played the Clarinet in the school band and studied harmony. So you see, that "Fable" is very active in music, and with his aim and hopes, we wish him a great future in the field of music. l , 1 ' 71" - - -4" l I K -5 ,. ' rj h 1. 1, . . . V F 5, Page 23 Y 1 Q ' uf sl -I 3' Fi '15 .. gist? , V. , fa ,i ,, L 1 M is li I iw, .1 2 1 ELAINE HELEN DWIRE Stocksbridge, Vermont "Elaine the fair-Elaine the lovable" Elaine is that young lady with the dreamy eyes. Nevertheless. she is very popular because she is such a good sport and has such a pleasant personality. She likes to dance and every Saturday night, you can find her at the "Y," or at other times you may see her bumping around town in her little car. Elaine plans to enter business. Girls' League january 16, 1921 FRANCIS FARRELL New Britain, Conn. "Fifi" September 3, 1921 "1t's not the prize, it's the spirit" "Take it easy." When you hear this remark you're sure to find "Fifi," in the where abouts. He has looks, clothes and manners. Danc- ing is included as one of his hobbies, but figure skatini is his leading diversion. His future path may have a few thorns in it, ut by utaking it easy," "Fifi" will work his way around them before they have a chance to prick him. LILLIAN HARRIET FACEENE Ansonia, Conn. "Lil" December 4, 1919 "Fretting cares make gray hairs" "Lil" is the irl with the "come hither" look in her eyes. She is not only sweet, gut full of pep and trips the light fantastic with the greatest of ease, Her plans for the future are unsettled, but with her charming personality she is certain to be liked wherever she goes. Girls' League MICHAEL FRANK FERSKO New Britain, Conn. March 22, 1920 "Endure and persist, this pain will turn to your good by and by" A student par excellence is this boy "Mike," Teachers like him, because he stays up-to-date in his work. He is also a true friend to everyone he meets. All his friends sincerely hope that he achieves his ambition to work in the post-office department which we think was 1:1313-mpted by his hobby of stamp collecting. We all say, "Good luck ' ike'." PALMA MARY GAGLIARDI New Britain, Conn. "Polly" November 19, 1920 "A maiden never bold, Of spirit so still and quiet, that her motion Blushed at her self " Palma is one of our tiniest classmates but if we made up a list of her likeable qualities it would probably be longer than uPolly" is tall. We all like her and probably what we like most is her sympathetic manner and ability to listen to all our tales of woe and otherwise. To "Polly" we send our best wishes for happiness. Pnnr 1 4 f to , fig? I -I f. 1 ,itil ' l WILLARD BEARDSLEY HART New Britain, Conn. "Tiny" April 20, 1920 "Waste brings woe" He may be "Tiny" but that doesnt hinder him any. All sports interest him, but most especially track and football. His serious ap- pearance covers a sparkling sense of humor along with a friendly attitude. We don't know your future plans, but regardless we are confident of your success. Track LENA ADELINE GARAFOLO Italy january 10, 1920 "See where she comes, apparell'd like the spring" Lena is a perfect example of feminine charm. Her jet black hair and her wardrobe, which she designed herself, were the envy of her school mates. Lena's ambition is to becomeadesigner and someday we expect to be going to "l..ena's Dress Shoppe" for all the latest fashions. GEORGE FREDERICK HENNINGER New Britain, Conn. "Chalk" November 27, 1920 "Flowers-that I could gallant it like you, and be as little vain!" "Chalk" is the little half-pint fellow with the crop of blond hair we see strutting along the halls. His ambition is to open up his own flowershop and follow in the footsteps of his father who is in the flower business. We know he will be a great success. Best of luck, "Chalkl" sure that Sarah will go far in life. Girls' League 1 c, 1- lf Camera Club, Golf Team Pnoe 2: SARAH MARIE GEORGE Mesopotamia, Bagdad "Georgie November 22 1919 " Half lost in waking dreams Whenever you see Sarah, she seems either to be worrying about her sewing or dreaming of someone. Nevertheless Sarah is quite wide awake, can take a joke and is always ready to return one We re all ROY LOUIS WARNER HOLTMAN New Britain, Conn. September 12 1920 "To show our simple skill That is the true beginning of our end Roy is a rare individual inasmuch as he managed to pull down the coveted honors in Math without playing the part of the horn rimmed, brief-cased student. His skills are many and his interest exceed his skills. We're certain that he'll find his place in the world 1 1 . , ' 1 , , so A.-ii , n r 1 AGNES GERENT ew Britain Conn "Stubby" june 17, 1920 She delighted to wander in unknown places" Stubby is a very smart girl but she hasn't yet decided what she's going to do after she graduates. Because she loves to travel we wonder if that s what shell be doing Anyway, Agnes, the best of luck to you! SALVATORE JOSEPH INTAGLIATA Floridia Sicily 'Shadown November 5, 1919 You speak as one who fed on poetry" Shadow is the class poet and serious student of literature as can be readily attested by his English instructors. Unaffected by popular opinion Shadow will surely continue on his own path, individual as it may be Success is assured to anyone as unresponsive to public JULIA ELAINE GRIGUTIS New Britain Conn 'Julien il, june 2, 1921 Better a blush on the cheek than on the nose" julie is the girl with the natural color and the expressive blue eyes which captivate her friends. She wears roses in her cheek-no cosmetics for julie She has all kinds of ability including house- keeping typewriting shorthand, and reading. She is also one of these contest enthusiasts and a good student with a pleasing personality. We are sure that her remarkable sense of adaptability will aid her in attaining the goal of a courtroom stenographer. CLAYTON JAMES New Britain, Conn. February 3, 1920 "The only way to have a friend is to be one" Clayton is a well known, well liked member of the group of fellows who banded together in a common interest-football. Besides being a student of football, Clayton manages to get marks which predict a successful future. ELIZABETH CAHOON HANCOCK New Britain, Conn. "Hinkey" April 13, 1921 "To know her is to love her" You must know "1-1inkey," the cute little blond lady with the cheery smiles and big hellos. If ever you need a true friend, here's one- always ready to lend a helping hand. True, lovable and sincere, she is very well liked by all her classmates. High Schools loss will be Teachers Col1ege's gain. Good luck "I-linkeyf' Alpha Alpha g Girls' League, junior College Club D,.,,. .A I SEBASTIAN VINCENT JULIANO New Britain, Conn. "johnny" March 15, 1920 "Per.severe and never fear" "johnny" is a wizard at bookkeeping. He has to be, as he's planning to be an accountant. You never see him carrying many books. He fools us all by carrying his knowledge in his head. ln his quiet way, he's bound to make good. He is planning to enter some business college, where he will broaden his knowledge on the subject. Best wishes or success, "johnny!" Track '37, '38 MARJORIE BLANCHE I-IAYNES New Britain, Conn. "Marge" june 19, 1920 He most 0 all doth bathe in bliss who hath a quiet mind" .. f "Marge" is the domesticated miss of our class, for she cooks as well as any noted chef 3 kee s house as neat as ninepence and sews and knits like a professional. shes not too domesticated to think of her career though, because she plans to enter the New Britain General Hospital soon. May your highest hopes be reached. Girls' League FRANK JOHN KACMARCIK New Britain, Conn. "Fresh" Sqatember 17, 1920 'Cod works wonders now and then Behold! A lawyer, an honest man" We have a feeling you have heard of Frank before. He is a well- dressed gentleman, a successful student and is liked by his teachers and classmates. He has studied law which is in his line and his life's ambition. We wish him all the success in the world. Student Council, Civic Forump Speakers' Clubg Banquet Com- mittecg Alpha Omega N ,L we wish you the best of luck! Girls' League wealth, and success in your future life. Band Manager, Musical Club Pnaa 77 DOROTHY ELIZABETH I-IEPP New Britain, Conn. "Heppie November ll 1920 "l am sure cares are an enemy to lzfe "Heppie" is the girl who makes friends easily and is so happy go lucky. Her pet hobbies are movies and football ames which take up most of her leisure. Her ambition is to be a hair resser and we re sure she'll be a success in whatever Held she enters Anyway Heppie FREDERICK WILLIAM KINDT New Britain, Conn. " Kitsel December 19 1920 "Thou hast wit at wtll Attention girls! lf you haven't as yet danced with Fred the bug you better get in line and await your chance for he s got it His hi h ideals, ability, and fine personality may lead him to the top of t e ladder to success. Why, with his looks maybe the ladder will end on the step marked marriage! Well, we all hope the best in all health 1 .H s. 1 if 4 - '. ., 1 MARGARET MARY HERDLEIN New Britain, Conn. "Margie" September 26, 1921 "There is a time of speaking and a time of being still" "Margie" is that well-dressed young lady whose ambition is to teach school. She is a true friend to all who know her and enjoys doing things for others. "Margie" isn't all seriousness, however. She loves fun and is never far from the midst of it. She intends to go to Teachers College and we wish her all the good luck possible. Girls' League, junior College Club, National Honor Society LESTER KOCHANOWSKY New Britain, Conn. "Les" january 16, 1922 "A man, always studying one subject, will view the general ajairs of the world through the colored prism of his own atmosphere" Each fall, on Saturday afternoons, "Les" could be seen jumping up and down, yelling his lungs out, cheering the "brain and brawn" of the school on to victory. So, can you imagine "Les" in the not too distant future, standing up in front of a Chemistry class teaching them that the atmospheric precipitation of oxidized hydrofgen in the con- densed state is rain? Well, he will be doing just t at or he is headed for Teachers College of Connecticut. Here's hoping that all our children get "Les" for a teacher. Track 3 Cheerleader ELEANOR VIRGINIA HOPKINS New Britain, Conn. "Hoppy" May 31, 1920 "The dog that trois about finds the bone" "l-loppy" is an active girl in school affairs, and especially so in her sorority. She's also a football enthusiast, and every Saturday during the football season, one could find "Hoppy" "down the field" ready to boost for the boys. What will the boys do without you, "l-loppy?" Anyhow we know you'll have no difficulty in life, for you can tackle anything. Delta Gamma Sigmag Girls' League l success, Looie. and well liked all through High School. 5 'ls Q D--- -n ' LUCIAN JosEPH KRAGIEL New Britain, Conn. "Looie" April 15 1922 "The best of me is diligence "Looie" is the boy who always has a laugh for you He will be well remembered for all the witty remarks he created but don t get him wrong, for "I.,ooie" is a promising student He has a great interest in photography and has intentions of becoming a newspaper photo grapher.HYou should have little difficulty in climbing the ladder to Cheer Leader '36, '37, '38, Camera Club VIOLA DOROTHY JOBERT Manchester, Conn. "Vi" February 17 1921 'Tresses like the morn Who can think of Lola, without recalling a pleasant smile and head of naturally curly hair? Although we hear that Benny Goodman s her favorite, we wonder if that is the only attraction at W N B C 9 Her friendly attitude and pleasing personality have made her popular HENRY LABIENIC New Britain, Conn. " Henny" October 28, 1920 "Every joy is gain and gain is gain however small" Henry is an immaculate lad. lf his appearance is his fortune, he certainly will be a success. You can always find Henry with his other two musketeers riding in his "37" Dodge. Well, here's wishing you lots of luck in your future, Henry. Track MARY HELEN KAPREALIAN Worcester, Mass. " Kapy" October 18, 1920 "There is grace in small things" "Kapy" has a pleasing personality and enough suggestions on everythin to make up for her lack of height. She can always bc recog- nized by Ser cheerful rin and "Howdy," 'iKapy" is also rated for her willingness to help oiers and if one good turn deserves another, "Kapy" is sure to succeed. Girls' Leagueg Alpha Omega Chi GEORGE CHARLES LASS Springheld, Mass. "Mischa" january 12, 1921 "The man that hath no music in himself is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils" Maestro Lass has been playing a violin as far back as he can re- member and plays it well, too. He is a handsome chap who has all the girls chasing after him. He is popular with students and teachers. aestro has been the concert master of the high school orchestra and has also played some beautiful solos at concerts. With his scholastic ability and knowledge of music, "Mischa" is sure to go places. Orchest rag Musical Club National Honor Society Hockey, Football Page zo ! JENNY MARGARET KARBONIC New Britain, Conn. "jen" October 4 1920 "Ram thou thy fruitful tidings in mine ears "Jen" is the girl who has the combination of honey colored hair and attractive brown eyes. Her heart is so tender that she cannot refuse to help people, no matter who they ma be Everyone may be sure that "jen" will reach the peak of her am ition-court reporting for she is very efficient in that type of work and possesses personality plus all the traits that make up a fine character MARIO LENZI New Britain, Conn. "Mark january 7 1920 "An ounce of enterprise is worth a pound of privilege Mario is known as "Mark" to all his friends He is very congenial and helpful to everyone. "Mark" is known to spend much of his time away from home, but in doing work as a florist In case you need a corsage? You'll know where to go. He does his school work with ef ficiency and accuracy. "Mark" has studied drafting in school and has chosen it as his life's career. We wish him all the success in this field P RITA GARLAND KELLY Happiness belongs to those who are contented" Here s a sweet Irish colleen who never seems to worry about any- thing but smiles her worries away. She's the carefree type of lass, who loves to walk bicycle skate and read interesting novels. just keep on being as contented as you are and we are sure happiness will be yours. Sigma Delta Sigma Girls' League PETER MASONIS Meekness is not weakness" Pete is the paradox on our football team. He is a very modest, quiet boy but when it comes to the line up against his opponents, he is a Samson and a joe Louis combined. Yep, "Pete's" a great athletic star He is a good student too, NELLIE BARBARA KOBIELA -A She doeth the little things that most of us leave undone" Nell is a true friend in the real sense of the word. In fact, once you have made her acquaintance, you can rely upon her friendship Another one of Nells assets is her unusual ability in performing any task set out for her We know that she will be a success in the business world for she has personality and ability. Girls League Musical Clubg National Honor Society " Kel" january 22, 1921 "Pete" December 15, 1921 attending strictly to business. At-a-boy " Kobyu March 3, 1921 5 CHARLES RICHARD MAY New Britain, Conn. "Dick" December 14, 1919 "Actions speak louder than words" "Richy" is a boy of intelligence and understanding. In art and handicraft, he stands unsurpassed. Surely the world of art can offer him a good position, and we are hoping that he will advance rapidly. We'd like to see anyone give him competition as a hunter or a fisher- man. "Richy", we all know that you are going to make your life a big success. Beehive ALICE KOCHANOWSKI New Britain, Conn. july 31, 1920 . "And all her task to be sweet." They say that "You win a man's heart through his stomach," but Alice can scoff at that old proverb, for her sweetness and pleasant disposition are the shortest way there. She's ckxite some dancer too and never sits out a dance no matter where s ,e goes. To whatever career you are looking forward, we wish you happiness. P45450 . - - 'S' ANTHONY JAMES MoNTERosso New Britain, Conn. "Monty" September 19, 1919 "Nothing in the universe so solid as a thought" "Monty" as he is known by his classmates takes his schooling seriously and plans to enter Teachers College. During school hours, "Monty" carries a brief case which gives im the appearance of a professor. His interests are taxidermy and photography. Good luck at Teachers College. ANNA FRANCES KOLODZIEJ New Britain, Conn. "Hanks" February 23, 1921 "To brisk notes in cadences beating, glance her twinkling feet" Anna spends most of her spare time on a dance floor and is quite a "jitterbug." Anna's an adventurous sort, and her ambition is to travel in a white roadster to see our fair country. To Anna, High School has been lots of fun and we hope her future will be just as happy. Phi Omegag Girls' League ALLEN McCOY MOSLEY New Britain, Conn. "Muse" September 11, 1920 V "All I ask is to be let alone" Allen is a brilliant student who prefers to do things his own way. We have not been informed of A1len's future plans but regardless of this, good luck! Orchestra, Glee Club School. Keep up the good work, Ann. Girls' League Amphion Club: Music Club .--.mf 1 I 5 ANN HELEN KUCKELL , New Britain, Conn. "Cookie April I 1920 "Of soup and love the first is the best Ann is the tall girl whom you are sure to remember if you took bookkeeping. Her rendez-vous is the bookkeepin room and just as a hint, she is fond of having practice teachers Being an ambitious oung woman, Ann has maintained a high scholastic standing in High HOWARD EDWARD MUNSON New Britain, Conn. April 12 1921 "Be not careless in deeds, nor confused in words nor rambling in thought "Uncle Howie," as his name implies is well known for his philo sophical remarks to his fellow students He is a talented cogitator and a over of the putrid art of punning. May his independent nature and strong will pave the way to his success 2 E-2 nf. 'L Q 1 5 X STELLA THERESEA KUJAWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Stell" February 28, 1921 "Sweetness of disposition charms the soul" Stella is a good natured and likable person with a willingness to help others which has won many friends. However, her one stumbling block is a sweet tooth that never seems to be satisfied. Stella has suc- ceeded in attaining honorary standing in her scholastic undertakings and llgier one ambition is to be a future successful invaluable steno- grap er. Girls' League, National Honor Society DOROTHY MILDRED LIPETZ New Britain, Conn. "Dot" December 15, 1921 "1'll be with you in the squeezing of a lemon" "Dot" is a girl who needs little introduction, She's that tall, gray- eyed person who is always in a hurry ls it to meet someone in particu- lar "Dot7" She's quite an ardent football and basketball fan and is usually seen at all. the games..Haste usually makes waste. However this is not so with ' Dot, ' for it s just a means of gaining success more quickly. Girls' League x h ft. .X EDWARD JOHN NADOLNY New Britain, Gonn. "Ed" April 4, 1920 " No man can tell what the future may bring forth" He's tall, not dark, but handsome He's supple, not thin, but slim His golden hair, attracts ladies fair But that doesn't bother him. He's wise, not smart, but clever He's bashful, not shy, but timid His thoughts are far, in the wilderness To skate, his happiness it means to him GUSTAVE ROBERT NORDGREN New Britain, Conn. "Bob" November 16, 1920 "Tis impious in a good man to be sad" Ever since "Bob" stole the lime light away from Donald Budlge by winning his letter in tennis, he has been the reason many of t e glamorous girls attend school. In spite of his fame as an athlete and dancer, he has managed to attain special honors in English and History. We understand that you intend to favor T. C. C. with your presence for other reasons than the teaching profession. Ah, but who are we to tell tales out of school? Best wishes for success in your undertakings as a high school teacher. Tennis Team '38 LORRAINE ELEANOR LOGAN New Britain, Conn. "Larry" February 25, 1921 "A nobler yearning never broke her rest But to dance and sing, be gaily dressed" Lorraine is a cute, little brown-eyed blonde that everyone likes. You can usually find her at the football and basketball games, but if she isn't there, look for her at a dance. Lorraine also has a contagious giggle that ripples out at the wrong time-fwhen people are trying to study in the libraryj There's no doubt about Lorraine, for we're sure life will give her its best. Girls' League, Phi Sigma H Page zz JOHN ADOLPH PARSONS - 5 - Ma..- gli... 1 1 I , I 'J Q New Britain, Conn. "johnnie" December 20, 1919 , "The noblest mind the best contentment has" john certainly has made the most of his time while attending the "Old Franklin Square Institute." Although john did not excel in any particular held he has acquired a well rounded education which is sure to bring contentment if nothing else. Best of luck, john! Delta Xi MARTHA LORRAINE LYSS New Britain, Conn. "Mert" September 16, 1920 " Not in the habit of telling secrets." lf you feel blue and need someone to tell your troubles to, we suggest that you look up "Mert." "Mert" is one girl who can keep a secret. But "Mert's" full of pep and life too, and is especiall fond of dancing. She plans to enter the New Britain Hospital this Pall, and the good wishes of us all go with her. Girls' League WILLIAM CHARLES PASKUS New Britain, Conn. "Bill" March 20, 1920 "Science is an antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and Superstition." "Bill" has a long, deep voice like Singing Sam. He talks in scientific terms about the wonders of the functions of the various glands and organisms of the human body. He is pretty good at typing and he's not a bad bookkeeper. Come to think about it, "Bill's" a good student. We will probably hear from him someday, WINIFRED ELSIE MacDONALD New Britain, Conn. "Winnie" November 1, 1921 "Mirth makes the banquet sweet" "Winnie" is one of those happy combinations of fun and intelli- gence. ln school she is a good studentg outside of school she's lots of un and may be seen dancing especially Saturday nigxhts at the With her infectious laugh and pleasant mannerisms s e is sure to win success. ALBERT PONTE New Britain, Conn. "Pont" july 28, 1920 "The best of life is conversation" Here's a man who has wisdom. "Pont," as we call him, is an am- bitious young man who has already seen the world in its happiness and disappointments. Down in the locker-room he is known as, "The Critic and Politician." ln science and philosophical subjects he is un- surpassed. Besides all that he excels in football, and won himself a trip to Baton Rouge, La. We know "Pont" is going to get ahead in this world, and we predict a great future for him. Page 33 'le , ..-r 'Wim ..,..,. . . . . ., ' .. 'A 2? l is is f-- 1, i , VIRGINIA MARY MACK New Britain, Conn. "Ginny" December 15, 1921 "Why can't they all be happy like me?" "Ginny" is one of our most popular girls. Most of the time you see her rushing in to see Mrs. Guilford about the play the Amphions are producing. We thought she might take up dramatics but she fooled us and is planning to enter a secretarial school. "Ginny" is a good all-around sport and especially likes to dance. Here's to a happy future, Girls' Leagueg Amphion Clubg Class Night Committee, National Honor Society WALTER JOSEPH PRACHNIAK New Britain, Conn. February 7, 1921 "Patience is a Virtue" "Wally" is a fine chap to know. He doesn't talk much and seems to be thinking very hard about a fortune. Well, if it is something like that "Wally," we wish you best of luck. JANE MARION MACZYKO New Britain, Conn. 'ljanieu July 13, 1921 " Her bright smile haunts me still" "Janie" is that tall, slender brunette who has a "far-away look" in her eyes and a most fascinating smile. Her future plans are not quite definite, but a girl with "Janie's" personality and rare ability should have no difficult in succeeding in any type of work. We'll surely miss you "Janie," but all good things go sooner or later. Girls' League ALFRED OTTO RINAS New Britain, Conn. "Al" July 3, 1921 "Deeds are better things than words are, actions mightier than boastingsn HAI" is a Fine chap. He concentrates mostly on his school work and also finds time for recreation. His talking in classes is a tremendous thunder for a small chap such as he is. Well "Al," we wish you the best of luck in whatever you do. ANNA JULIA MARKEVICH Kensington, Conn. December 17, 1920 "A good book is the best of friends, the same today and forever." "Ann" is that demure little miss who is not quite as shy as she looks. In fact, she really has quite an interesting personality that blossoms out when she is with people she likes. "Ann" is headed for Teachers College where we know she'll do well. g h 5 7 V:,, . :Q . I, . .V :. A ' E. - Page 34 .,,, , -.' ' - fr.-r- 1 rw ' w- .. t . N' "A lg -F "After '2na7g,'.-., 2 ' i-sail A if tl A ' 2 STANLEY ANTHONY ROGALA Ncw Britain, Conn. "Stan" December l4, l9l9 "While he mused, the fire burned" This is the boy with great secret business in his mind. He thinks much, and ponders long and deeply upon the world and the strange ways of man. He found school often dull. Occasionally he studied, and sometime he borrowed the results of others study. He was a fine looking young man, but he had no time for feminine society. Anyway, good uck, Mr. Cogitator. Football '37g Basketball '36 LUCY JOSEPHINE MAZZARELLA New Britain, Conn. "Lu-Lu" February 19, l92l A'Simple in her elegance" When it comes to saying something about Lucy, words just seem to stick in our throats, for she is such a sweet girl. She does just enough homework to keep her at the head of her classes, and the rest of the time she's just Lucy. Well, just keep on being Lucy and success will be yours! Girls' League LOUIS AUGUSTUS SCHEYD New Britain, Conn. "Lou" january l8, 1921 "Our content is our best having" Louis is the sort of fellow who is very capable and willing to do a job well without the added reward of recognition and acclaim. Satis- hed to do the best he can, he's sure to succeed. .. 5 vi ' LORRAINE MARIE NOEL Willimantic, Conn. "Red" February 22, 1921 "The charm and playfulness of her talk" Miss Noel doesnt need an introduction because we all know her. Shes the girl you're liable to see 'most any time, walking and talking about the school. When you hear an infectious laugh, you'll know it's Lorraine. Lorraine is very much interested in art and has quite a knack for designing. Here's luck for your career and happiness. , Girls' League, Phi Sigma LEO LOUIS SIEDMAN New Britain, Conn. February 12, 1920 "For science is like virtue, its own exceeding reward" A serious student who intends to become a teacher, describes Louis. Science seems to attract this prospective teacher. Good luck to you in your career. ,, V A xx .r , B , li. , Wi hi ' , 0 , ' 1 V l ll'l..'. .' r i- X, . . f . 5' 1" ffl T Y. . , ' ' , . ,' ' l a A al Page 35 H eb f g i? of T, 'L h ""' rs. 1. ft f, 1 2 ' 3 A H . l I VIRGINIA MARIE PALAZZO New Britain, Conn. t July 16, 1920 "Industry makes all things easy" Brown hair, brown eyes, soft smile, winning voice-these are some of Virginia's treasures. Her most striking quality is industry. She worked and worked and worked until there was nothing else to do but give her a diploma. Well, some folks can and some cannot. Anyway we are glad Virginia could and did. She plans a very busy life working, working, working. See you later, Virginia. MICHAEL PETER SUDOL New Britain, Conn. "Mickey" September 26, 1921 " No tree falls at the first stroke" We could call this lad Michael "Plugger" Sudol because he is al- ways plugging away at something. He is a source of satisfaction to his teachers because of his promptness. For a little fellow, Sudol does plenty of work and always receives the best marks in his classes. Nice work, "Mickey." National Honor Society VIRGINIA RUTH PARKER New Britain, Conn. 'llinnyu September 30, 1921 "The popular Breeze" What's this? More boys congregating in the halls? Well, no wonder. Theres Vinny!"-This however isn't a ways the case for "jinny" has many gir friends too. She is one of our bravest souls and has endured a course in Math 7 and 8 which we all shunned. Although she was the only girl in the class, "Jinny" had lots of fun. just ask about some of her adventures there. We expect to be seeing you often "jinny," so we'll just say Auf Wiedersehen. Girls' League, junior College Club, Amphion Club, Musical Club, Motto Committee, National Honor Society you luck. Girls' League Girls' League pnva 15 ' MARIE IDA PIERSANTI New Britain, Conn. "Pierson August 16 1920 "The dark lustre of thine eyes She's only a slip of a irl, but when she s around she can usually be seen and heard. Her dai eyes are so expressive' Have you seen them flash when she's angry? Don't miss it! Marie is also very fond of books music, and many other activities. For a happy future Marie we wish LILLIAN RUTH PLATUSH New Britain, Conn. "Lil" December 27 1920 "Silence is more eloquent than words Lillian is a very studious and cfuiet person in school but outside of school she is very lively and ful of fun This IS especially true at the basketball games which she never misses Lillian intends to be a secretary and we know an employer will be fortunate in having her JOHN MANIONS TRACY New Britain, Conn. "Pop" April 7, 1918 "A great lover of women" ,. Fellow Citizens, here is the likeness of one of the most romantic men that ever lived. The very sound of a woman's name is music to his ear. No doubt this feminine leaning had something to do with his long stay in this temple of learning. Anyway, he was here when he was here, and some where else when he wasn't ere. just the same, "Pop" was a good pal and at times a good student. All's well that ends well. Theta Sigma PAULINE CLAIRE POZZO New Britain, Gonn. "Puzo" july 27, 1920 "Better a stranger made friend, than a friend made stranger" Pauline has one great ambition-to become a nurse. She is a lover of books, dancing and almost anything. Her ability to make and keep friends will certainly prove an asset in the future. We hope that she may fulfill all her hopes and ambitions. MARION JEAN RAPACKA New Britain, Conn. "Mary" August 22, 1920 "The early bird catcheth the worm" Here is an ener etic miss, who can hardly wait until September to enter one of New gorks trainin schools for nurses. Meanwhile we'll be seeing her pleasant smile ang pleasing personality about our fair city. ln a few years, we expect to see her white capped and gowned as one of our most efficient nurses. Phi Omega, Girls' League Girls' League success, we know she'll be elected. Girls' League A s 1 'ef 5 ,. 1 ' li 2 ,, MARY JANET RIBEIRO New Britain, Conn. December 29, l9l9 "Good things come in small packages" ' Mary is the little girl with big brown serious eyes who is always seen la ing behind her blond friend. She is a studious girl and liked by bothgstudents and teachers for her good sportsmanship. Mary's hobby is reading books and her ambition is to work in a law office. MARGARET LILLIAN ROULIER , New Britain, Conn. August 12, 1920 "Laugh and the world laughs with you" Margaret is one of our more quiet oung ladies, but this doesn't mean she's no fun. On the contrary, ulvlargn is full of fun, and likes a good time. Margaret's also a good student and is liked by both students and teachers. She plans to be a nurse, and as one of our candidates for Page 3 7 - ' . - 7 , .. 5, ..... ..,..,..... .. si, 1 . 1 -'- ' giifiiisl i EN af' E51 Lia 1 4 314 ' . J llfigifi Z' 9' " CHESTER PAUL VINCI New Britain, Conn. "Chet" October 25, 1919 "Glory is a mighty spur" Among the members of our graduating class we have a fine musician in Chester Vinci. He has played the trumpet in our school band since he entered. Besides playing the trumpet, "Chet" can act and sing. Who knows? Someday he might be a Clark Gable or a Bing Crosby, or without a doubt, one of the swingiest trumpet players of tomorrow. High School Band, Musical Club ANNE ELIZABETH SCHWARTZ New Britain, Conn. "Schwarlzie" june 16, 1920 "It is better to be out of the world than out of fashion" ' "Schwartzie" is another of our tall attractive blonds who is noted for her pretty dimples. She is often seen hurrying between classes with a dreamy expression in her eyes. "Schwartzie's only ambition is to become a dress desi ner, and she plans to enter a designing institute in the near future. life know that she'll go far as she has the required talent and ambition. Girls' League - JOSEPHINE SELEMAN New Britain, Conn. 'llc-jo" September 4, 1920 "Practice what you preach" "jo-Io" is a cgirl who was never without a friend. Maybe it's her brunette hair an her shining-brown eyes that attract people. She has decided to be a timekeeper. he only trouble is that "jo-jo" is NEVER on time herself. But we hope that this flaw won't be discovered for her good qualities greatly exceed the bad. it LOIS FRANCES SHARPE New Britain, Conn. june 26, 1921 "Good clothes open all doors" Lois is an attractive youn lady who might well be called "The Fashion Plate of New Britain iligh School." Lois not only has beauty but is one of our top-ranking scholars. She will make some young man a very charming secretary after completing her course at Miss Mar- chant's. Girls' League, Alpha Alpha, National Honor Society, junior College Club, rom Committee MARY LORRAINE SHEPANSKE Newton Upper Falls, Mass. August l, 1921 "Fair and softly wins the race" One of our future novelists will undoubtedly be Mary, a tall comely blond who possesses the dignity and poise so becoming to her height. We haven't heard so much about Mary in Hi h School, but we hope she'll surprise us in winning fame in her chosen Eeld. Girls' League Pane 18 Y :life nfs "YQQ.AT1g.,,.' 'VV' D. ' 'Hag ' A A , s 3 Elf' "iff 5. N "-9' 7 5 "' " V RUSSELL HENRY WESTERBERG Boston, Mass. "Rusty" May 9, 1920 "Work is worth more than play" A person who has affection for all his classmates but is too bashful to show it characterizes "Russy." He understands the trend of friend- ship and has made many a friend by giving helpful advice. He is a person who can excel in athletics but finds school work too interesting to set aside. FLORENCE ANN SKOCZULEK New Britain, Conn. "Flo" September 2, 1920 "lt is better to wear out than to rust out" "Flo" is a quiet irl iri'school but you probably wouldn't reco nize her outside of schoo? You'll always see "Flo" wherever you see Laia, her bosom pal. Together they certainly are the center of attraction at dances, badcetball ames and other places, Outside activities never affected "Flo's" schoofwork. One glance at her graph-card will tell you that "Flo" has brains and knows how to use them. Girls' League CLARA DOROTHY SMARKUS New Britain, Conn. "8mirks" February 17, 1921 "Alas for those that never sing" Clara is one girl who can supply you with anything from a pen transfusion to a song. To us, she is an oral song sheet because she can sing any song at a minute's notice. She, of course, does not spend all her time satisf ing our wishes, but manages to make high marks and the Honor Roll. Girls' League, National Honor Society DOROTHY MARGARET STETZ New Britain, Conn. "Dot" November ll, 1920 " How passing sweet is solitude" Here is one of our silent partners. Since "Dot" is quiet, we never hear any deep dark "secrets" about her. We do hear, tho, that she's a good pal, a good student and a good dancer. Couldn't you let us discover some more of that nice personality? SOPHIE HELEN STOCHMAL New Britain, Conn. "Innocent" August 20, 1920 "Wearing her wisdom lightly" Sophie is as bright as her blond hair. This applies to her school work as well as to her disposition. She knows all the happenings of the world and is always ready to discuss them. In keeping up with affairs she's tops and we hope she reaches the top of the ladder of success. . -, 1 ., , gf-A, . 1., . Page 30 r4F-an 'kia ,, "l -4 fl." , ' " Mg," 'a-.. , fi 4.1. 2 -A J A A ' ' Q ,.:.: ix., - .. ' 1 1 1-2 ii 1 1' - - RAYMOND YUNG New Britain, Conn. "The wise make jests, fools repeat them" Of course, many a true word is spoken in jest, and "Ray" scores rather heavily at this delicious pastime. Often his teachers and fellow students don't get him, or don't know whether they got or not. just the same his sense of humor has disrupted many a sedate class. Mr. Campbell will be sorry to lose him. He says he's going to be an M. D. so he can cut people up. We'll all be glad we are well. "Ray" has been a good student and a faithful lover-eh, jenette? Editor Beehive MARGARET ETHEL SUTCLIFFE New Britain, Conn. "Peggy" April 2, 1921 "Calmness is the medicine for disaster" "Peg" Sutcliffe is to all outward appearances, a quiet girl, but f "Ray" August 6, 1920 ! l those who know her intimately, know that she is by no means quiet , "Pegs" jolly and is generally affected with the "giggles" at least once a day. She's a grand pal and always ready to help. "Peg" expects to attend college, and we all wish her success. Girls' League, junior College Club LUCY LYDIA SZTABA New Britain, Conn. "A happy heart is better than wealth" "Lou" September 14, 1919 Lucy is one of these sunny girls who looks on the bright side of 2 life. She ets alon with teachers as well as with u ils If at an time 3 S P P - Y you think an express train passed you on the sidewalk, you may be - sure it's "Lou" going or coming from school, Although she finds many "interests" outside of school, she still manages to be an honor student. 1 1 1 Girls' Leagueg National Honor Society 1 l 1 J MARGERY ANN TOWERS New Britain, Conn. "joe" February 4, 1921 "For the love of laughter, hinder not the humor of her design" "joe" is the girl with the big brown eyes, and the bright smile. Search as you may a cheerier disposition or a more helpful friend would be hard to find. "joe" has, besides a flare for golf, a sense of humor beyond compare. Whatever your future plans are "joe," we are with you all the way. Alpha Alpha, Girls' League, Amphion Club Q IRENE TRUSS Aliquippa, Pa. "Dickie" May 3, 1921 "An ounce of mirth is worth a pound of sorrow" "Dickie" is a versatile young lady and the life and joy of the Alpha Omega Chi Sorority. lt's not an easy thing to miss her because she's tall, slim and easy to look at with her brown curly hair and dark eyes. "Dickie" is also a student of exceptional ability and we'll vouch that she'll make some man "the perfect secretary." Alpha Omega Chi, Girls' League, National Honor Society Page 40 Ja. lit i A. 1. it A -ih-- .f..'.. , 5 . l ' -1141 ' i' r 1 ill 1 1 'i NICHOLAS ZAMAYDUK New Britain, Conn. "Nick" March 8, 1921 "To beguile with talk the slow-moving hours." "Nicky" is a perfect bookkeeper whose ambition is to become a certified public accountant. If his marks are prophetic he will attain this ambition very easily. He has "a gift of gab" that would put any newspaper correspondent to shame. "Nick' is an easy going jovial boy who is easy to get along with, if you don't take his jibes seriously. Assistant Manager of Football '38g Baseball '38 CHARLOTTE WILSON VANCE Hartford, Conn. "Van" January 23, 1921 "Tresses like the Mom" Charlotte's the girl with those pretty blonde curls and nice smile. Charlotte seems to have worked hard durin high school and our best piece of evidence to this fact is that awfuiy studious looking brief- case. We know you won't regret it, so here's wishing you good luck. junior College Club, Girls' League IRENE MARGARET WALLACE New Britain, Conn. "Rene" November 24, 1921 " Not much talk-a great sweet silence" When "Rene" expresses an opinion, she expresses it but otherwise this petite miss remains unseen and unheard. We notice too that she prefers boy-friends who are on the quiet and steady side. 'iRene's" dependability is well known to everybody, especially when it comes to being punctual at a rendez-vous. Girls' League ever work she attempts. Girls' League After all, it's only a gift. Girls' League Page 41 MILDRED JOAN WATRAS Easthampton, Mass. "Millie' March 5 1921 "Pleasures are like poppies spread "Millie" is that vivacious young lady with a decided drawl in her speech. She's full of fun and always has plenty to chatter about among her many friends. Although "Millie" hasn t taken life too seriously in High School, she is a good student and we hope she ll be happy in what NORMA ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON New Britain, Conn. "Willie October 18 1920 "Still water runs deep Having a pleasing personality and being efficient Norma has the makings of an invaluable secretary. Besides her scholastic ability she is quite an athlete and can swing a mean tennis racquet Everyone likes Norma. Perhaps it's because shes so easy to get along with til'-Q ,,'..1rlg i Jn it lt., in .A 151 , 4 mo he 'E' 3 A K 1 Qi 1...i,,,.. .-...igi A r.: : f' 44.1, 1 'T K " " vi 0. ,- -wwf -' 7.1 .t....p,. ,wx fwifwiwx., 'T rv A -I I JOHN PAUL ZAMOYSKI New Britain, Conn, 'llohnnyu -January 22, 1922 "l'll never Be such a gosling to obey instinct, but stand As if man were author of himself And knew no other kin." John is a student of no mean ability. He is content to gather know- ledge by his own ability rather than by having a teacher impose it upon him. A person of his unusual turn is sure to succeed. Kappa Lambda SOPHIA AUGUSTINA YESKOVICH New Britain, Conn. 'AA little quiet is the only diet" We're puzzled over "Sue," She certainly is a reserved person, and only speaks when spoken to-or merely nods her head. "Sue" lends her sweet soprano voice to the glee club every Tuesday and Friday afternoons. She stands high in her studies and has no mean acting ability. Why don't you let people in on that nice personality that is really yours, 'iSue"7 Girls' League, Glee Club, Newspaper Club "Sue" August 28, 1919 ELIZABETH MARCIA YOUNG ' .. ' " Her sweetness of disposition charms the soul" .1 Q One glance at 'iBetty" will tell you that she's just the type of friend ,A ' ' . one wants. In High School, she's not only proven herself a good l student but a congenial girl with a good sense of humor. We know that ' ' f "lifes school" won't be too hard on "Betty" for her many Fine qualities V will carry her through. Cvirls' League, -Junior College Club wllleqyx New Britain, Conn. "Betty" December 19, 1921 .g ' f A HELEN BARBARA HAWRYLIK New Britain, Conn. "Corkie" " Helen srnil'd and all the world was gay" The Egyptians had their Cleopatra. The Greek had their Helen. The French had their Josephine and we New Britainites are fortunate in having our "Corkie". She is never without a breezy "Hello" and a cheerful smile. Though studies play an important part in her school life, "Corkie" still finds time for fun. Her chief aim in life is to become a nurse and we know she will achieve this end. Alpha Omega Chi March 25, 1920 ALYCE ANN KOVALIK New Britain, Conn. August 29, 1920 'Little bodies have great souls" "Ann" is a jolly person with a sweet smile for everybody. When she is dancing with the boy friend, her curly hair and brown eyes are wonderful. She took a business course and expects to do commercial work. No doubt she will succeed. Alpha Omicrong Girls' League t The VTIQT 1 - " 3Fh'vww5is 'x1- ,ywasisgt 71 zwe ezrwz - .. ggbj , L55 Ai I , f " ' 1 - Y , ', ' . . . ., .il 1 X Q ' .-1150" J f M1 f, 7 ,. ' ' A . J , .1 , . -. .. Q Page 42 -4" . '32 3 I I "-1 V N 1- 1 Il 5, i . ,. 1 i I 'Q v I l AARON COX Cuthbert, Ga. December ll, i921 "The variety of all things forms a pleasure" Aaron is a contented fellow who Hnds great en'oyment in every- thing he does. A person with as many interests as Elox may not excel in one thing or gain recognition but he certainly ains a great deal of enjoyment and contentment. Good luck for your Future, Aaron. EDWARD TELKE Berlin, Conn. "Eddy" September 4, 1910 "Men are led by lriflesn "Eddy" believes in "pleasure before school work." As for athletics, Edward participates in all sports, being a "topnotche." His future plans are to become a draftsman--'good luck, "Eddy." Sports ' I 5 'R ' ' E' K ' - it , I in . "vw -V X- if-'iexiixp'-ra-as X , vb'A, L - , I -if. g f ?-1 " " T5 55 gl Pmzc' 42 if Mid-Year Class- Night Exercises I. Overture Senior High School Orchestra 2. Greetings ...... Frank Dornfeld, President 3. "Other People's Husbands" ..... by Members of the Class 4. Presentation of School Banner 1. Overture "Sweet Adeline" ..... Jerome Kern 2. Violin Solo "Nolan ....... Arndt 3. Popular Number "They Say" . . . . . 4. March "Onward! New Britain!" Mirliani Sally Westbourne Hannah, her housekeeper .... . jack Orcutt jim Douglas other people's husbands . . Harrison Ward Beecher Alice Orcutt Mary Douglas their wives Annette Brewster Diek Underwood Polly Oliver Dawn Benjamin Mary Cararini Howard Munson Robert Nordgren Raymond Coyle Virginia Parker Virginia Mack Sophie Yeskovich Roy Holtman Evelyn Anderson Antoinette Vilardi, Vice President Marie Conti, Secretary We S QTY' E 'P ' f W ill 5' E jg Q 1 ,IIIFEIIM E.. X LMI.-Xjgi, .f J-4 1 , , . 1' T T A L fl -ii- iqii' ..-A 9' M -.S--'-:Ti-:- f .--2:1--.7 " ",J0lU45oll' M E N U Grapefruit Celery Pickles Olives Roast Turkey with Dressing and Gravy Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas and Carrots Cranberry Sauce Macaroon I ce Cream Roll Assorted Cookies Cojee Rolls T O A S T S Welcome, Toastmaster . . Our "Cheering Section" Our "Inspiration" . Our "Squad" , . Our "Assistant Coaches" . Our" Head Coach" . . . "Fquipment" . "Song Directory" . "Future Schedules" . "Can You Imagine?" "Trophies" . Orlando Andy Marie Conti Frank Kacmarcik Evelyn Anderson john Parsons Mr. Vincent Sala Antoinette Vilardi Evelyn Anderson, Virginia Parker Marie Conti, Antoinette Vilardi Orlando Andy, Frank Kacmarcik Evelyn Anderson, Virginia Parker ' G U E S T S O F H O N O R Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sala Miss Marion Hoar Mr. and Mrs. Frank james Miss Abeshag Benjamin Miss Millie Mc Auley Mr. Charles A. Shea Mrs. Amy C. Guilford Mr. Frederick Mirliani BANQUET COMMITTEE Orlando Andy, Chairman Evelyn Anderson Frank Kacmarcik Marie Conti john Parsons Antoinette Vilardi CLASS OFFICERS Frank Dornfeld, President Antoinette Vilardi, Vice President Marie Conti, Secretary Edward Lindeman, Treasurer H D--- .- in 0 A . A Q 1151111153 llllflllllllllll ' 7 53722 1 I 9 Elllllll "'- 9? f ..,,, g 0 i f 47 I ' G' ,M eff' an ISV E, Tl-lE mid-year class of 1939, knowing that we do possess and hold certain trophies acquired by us through various devices fair and other- wise which are coveted by those whom we leave behind, and being of a gener- ous disposition, and knowing that said trophies will no longer be of use to us, do hereby cheerfully dispose of them as follows: 1. To Mr. Sala we wish success in all his new ventures. 2. To the library we leave students who will arrange the magazines in correct order and push in their chairs withouf being told. 3. To our class advisors, Mrs. Guilford and Miss l-loar, we give a well earned rest from the strain and stress of our last weeks in N. B. H. S. 4. To room 122 we leave an efficient secretary who will do all the routine office work. 5. To Mr. Mirliani we leave a new jokebook. I 6, To section 400 we leave a Latin class composed entirely of football p ayers. 7. To Miss McAuley we leave l00'Z, membership in the Girls' League. 8. To room 39 we leave biology classes that will not ask questions that the teacher is unable totanswer. 9. Every Monday morning we leave the library conference room open to all girls who might wish to discuss their weekend dates. g Mio. 1' To the school we leave another stairway leading to the North Wing. - 4 .To the faculty we leave a future student body who will appreciate their efforts to keep them on the straight and narrow path. Personal bequests we make as follows: ' l. Raymond Coyle leaves his acting ability to Adolph Bushell. 2. Marie Conti leaves her string of admirers to Nancy Parker. 3. Paul Apostalon leaves his way with the opposite sex to Richard McCabe. 4. Paws Benjamin leaves her whispered jokes to anyone who wants a aug . 5. Justus Beach leaves his schoolgirl complexidn to anyone who can make use of it. 6. Evelyn Anderson leaves her ability to pull boners in the French class to jessica Kennedy. 7. Bernard Mussman leaves his gift of gab to Bert Godwin. 8. The football players leave many empty uniforms to be filled. 9. Robert Nordgren leaves his excess energy to john Regan and Francis Naughton who, we hope will make good use of it. Q Pmfe .46 4 IO ll I2 l3 I4 15 16 17 18 I9 20 In Frank D'Aquila leaves his manly beard to Mike Marino. Orlando Andy leaves his appendix to the hospital. Marion Davis and Carroll Bennett leave their scholastic records to be distributed to all needy persons. Jimmy Dooman leaves his flashy socks to anyone who dares to wear them. Warren Raphael leaves his bright red shirt to the highest bidder. Dot Lipetz leaves her contagious giggle to Helen Greenstein. To Miriam Stadler, jane Descola leaves her boundless enthusiasm. To the student body we leave this problem to be solved: When is Walter Duch ever going to get through High School? To the june '39 class, and apologizing therefor, we leave Jennie Rocco and Robert Tracy. To Howard Munson we leave a P. C. course in which he may attempt to finish his math. Last of all we leave High School. witness wherefore-we have hereto set our hand and sealed this document on the twenty-fourth day of january in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. Witnesses: . Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. By Virginia Parker Evelyn Anderson Equipment We have- A Fable but not a Tale A Crum but not a Cake A Hart but not a Soul A Moses but not a David A Benjamin but not a Franklin A Wahl but not a Ceiling An Andy but not an Amos A Dorr but not a Window A Beach but not a Shore A Lass but not a Lad A May but not a june A Spring but not a Winter A Taylor but' not a Gable A Crossman but not a Merryman A Sharpe but not a Flat A Raphael but not a Rembrandt Trotter but not a Pacer 'A Young but not an Old A Beveridge but not a Sandwich A Blackman but not a Whiteman A Hancock but not a jefferson A Kelly but not a Cohen A Noel but not a Carol A Wallace but not a Burns -Antoinette Vilardi , if H -. :-1 i rfgl- . F ' - . fzwzi- ny ul gi.-5.-, - . -N . ' ' "iff, Page 4,7 M '-1 fl 1 1 wagner . - J 1 ., wa., ,.,, . . M .. V , 4 , ,Mi 5, T is ' 1 'i M 4' -ff--2 Q-C 'X ..,. I 1 -Wgx, , yi- .J P11 -., .IMGSW ,na ff xr 1 ,law P .., CLASS PR GPHEC Y rg Lv, ' rg VC' if is ,X Mr, Toastmaster, Guests, and Fellow Classmates: Schedule of the future activities of the mid-year class of 1939. ln keeping with the scheme for our banquet, wherein we likened the school to an athletic field and the class members to participants in the various sports, and since we have learned how much they have already accomplished, it will of course be interesting to follow them in their chosen careers, so we have made the following schedule: january 30, 1939 to February 3-We find Virginia Mack, Martha Lyss, and Anna Schwartz, still talking about the marvelous time they had at the mid-year prom. February 13 through September 44Bernard Mussman, Anthony Mon- terosso, and Leonard Goldberg will still be looking for that job they were so sure of landing. September and October-William Karaty and George Bunce will be thinking of going to college. December 16 to the 23rd-Marie Piersanti, Fannie Arduini, and Mary Moses will be extra clerks during the Christmas rush. january 26, 1940-Stanley Chestner, Lester Kochanowsky, Paul Aposto- lon, and Warren Raphael, home from college-no, not for a vacation. February 1 1-Edward Lindeman starts South for training in the National League as short stop. April lst-Tony Bianca joins the Army. july 4th-Michael Sudol will deliver the 4th of july oration at Walnut Hill Park. September 27-Warren Raphael will start college again. November ll-Robert Dorr will receive the Carnegie medal for extreme heroism in saving 9 lives when he rescues a cat from drowning. january 2, 1941-Harriet Trasco, Pauline Pozzo, and Ann Kolodziej finish training and open their own Salon under the name T. K. P. Beauty "Shoppe" March 4-Florence Wahl gets position as complaint clerk at the New Britain Herald. Her experience in room 29 should fit her nicely for the position. June lst-Business conditions will be so greatly improved that the bus- iness offices will be flooded with many familiar New Britain faces among them are julia Cvrigutis, jenny Karbonic, Nellie Kobiela, and Clara Smarkus. M 1 'rv ,L 4 f -' 1, ,ra X ie, M' . y Page 48 August lst-Margery Towers will be chosen by the school board as head of physical education in the city schools. Viola jobert will be named as as- sistant in the music department. Her specialty will be blues songs. October 12-Mary Cararini takes over the concession to sell pastries at King Coles-her specialty will be chocolate cake. December 22-Warren Raphael leaves college by request. February l4, 1945-john Tracy marries his valentine at last. April lst-Salvatore Intagliata passes state board examination to become butcher's assistant. july 2nd-Nellie Deskevich and Anne Schwartz will be at the Hartford Retreat-no, not as patients but as telephone operators. August 6-Harold Bertz will still be studying air conditioning. October l4f-A private hospital for the care of New Britain High School athletes will be opened by graduate nurses, Sharon Darmoo, Vivian Duplin, and Margery Haynes. Orlando Andy will be a frequent patient. ls that old Appendicitis bothering Andy or is it one of the nurses? November ll-At Madison Square Garden, justus Beach will reach his long sought goal when he becomes the worlds heavyweight champion by defeating Louie Campanelli. Lucian Kragiel will be there with his candid camera taking in the fight blow by blow. March 25-The Strand Theatre under the management of Raymond Coyle, will show the pictures of the Beach-Campanelli Fight. February 6, 1948-Francis Conlon is appointed repair man for the electric light company. His special duties will be at the New Britain High School, Room 400. May 3rd-Marie Conti will be selected by the school board to be director of the Girls' League. This will revive the interest on the part of the boys to start a boys league. july 17-Shake up in the mfiagement of the Strand Theatre will find Raymond as spare usher. September-Frank Dornfeld head Coach at Dartmouth College, carries his team through a season- undefeated and untied. October 8-Frank D'Aquila will be driving a private bus to carry the football players to and from their games. This will give him a splendid chance to tell the boys how he used to play the game. November 12-Charlotte Vance, assistant librarian at the Senior High School. Her special duties will be to provide reference material for Betty Hancock's history classes. january 2, l950-Big blizzard strikes Connecticut paralyzing all traffic. Henry Spring risks his life to bring milk to the starving babies. February 2-Florence Majewski, Irene Truss, and Mary Kaprealian, renowned jitterbuggers, will be forced to retire from the stage. They will seek rest from their ardous labors at Dr. Howard Munson's home for the feeble. April 30-Mary Ribeiro's sweet disposition wins her the position of hostess at the Trocedoro where Marion Davis features her ballet group of titian blondes, Evelyn Anderson, Lorraine Noel, and Naomi Blackman. May 2nd-Lois Sharpe will win recognition for her book on care of the skin and hair. October l2-Jimmie Dooman startles the world by playing the DuPont Manual H. S. football team alone. The score still remains undecided. December 25-Raymond Coyle becomes a familiar sight at the Strand Theatre with his mop and pail. Page 40 Song Directory Deep I n a Dream ..... In the Latin Room My Reverie . Study Periods Two Sleepy People . . Day after the Prom From Now On . . We're on our own You Look Good To Me Diploma Nightmare . Finals Perfect Song . . Alma Mater Memories . . . School Days You're As Pretty As A Picture . . Lois Sharpe Once In-a-while . . . We did our Homework We, The People . . . . Student Body There's A Far-Away Look I n Your Eyes . After the Week-end Small Fry . . . . Salvatore Intagliata Way Down Yonder I n New Orleans . . Football Team This Is Madness .... Mixed Up Time Schedules Simple And Sweet ...... Fanny Arduini 1've Got a Pocket Full of Dreams . After paying Graduation Expenses What Do You Know About Love .... jane Descola Fair and Square ...... A Teachers So Help Me . . If I Fail I Got a Guy . Lorraine Noel Change Partners . At the Prom I Never Knew fThe Right Answersj Yesterdays Days in N. B. H, S. Lester Dolinsky Study in Blue . A Failure Stolen Heaven . . Skipping Classes Now It Can Be Told . . Class Scandals I 've Got a Date . Each Tuesday Night Sweet Lorraine . . . Lorraine Logan Let This Be a Lesson to You . Safe Driving Teachefs Pet . . Carroll Bennett Too Late . . . To Make up Work Bewildered . . . Warren Raphael Why Can't This Night Last Forever . Prom Night How Can We Be Wrong . Seniors A Room With a View Room 47 just a Kid Named joe ..... joseph Kobylas Who Blew Out the Flame ..... Tony Bianca Why Doesn't Someone Tell .Me These Things The Answers to Test Questions Have You Forgotten So Soon .... 101 Subjects jeepers Creepers Where'd You Get Those Peepers . . Antoinette Vilardi How Little .1 Knew ..... When I was a Freshman You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby . . Marjorie Crum Stop and Reconsider . . Before Playing Hookey I 1 T Page 50 This Can't Be Love . George Lass and a Certain Blonde You're An Education . . . Marion Davis I Won't Tell a Soul . . I-low I Cheated It's a Lonely Trail . . To the Principal's Office Daddyls Boy . . . . Michael Sudol What Have You Got That Gets Me . . . john Nappi Yearning ...... For a job You and Me Raymond Yung and jennette Brewster . . . Naomi Blackman Ya Got Me CSaysJ . I Won'tBelieve It . Could You Pass in Love . When the Circus Came to lt's Time to Say Aloha Can ou . . That l'm Graduating . . john Parsons Town Room 120 after Study Periods . . . After Graduation g Evelyn Anderson 'el' Virginia Parker "Can You Imagine" imagine lyloy-Floy? Can you Can you Can you imagine imagine imagine game? Can Can Can Can you you you you imagine imagine imagine imagine Marion Davis playing Flat Foot Floogie With A Miss Benjamin wearing a hat or coat? Carroll Bennett skipping classes? a high-school football team without a post-season Bernard Mussman agreeing with someone? Virginia Parker without an escort? Edward Lindeman as a "Carnival Barker"? Ray Yung without a haircut? imagine Justus Beach singing bass? imagine the high-school without Walter Duch and Leonard johnson? Can you imagine a mathematics class? Can Can you you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you Can you imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine Miss Weld omitting her talks on psychology during Marjorie Crum without Lois Sharpe? our Fraternities without our Sororities? Pete Masonis talking to a girl? a high-school girl wearing stockings? Coach Shea without a Pole on his squad? imagine Salvatore Intagliata as Dean of the American Poets? imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine imagine Dawn Benjamin imitating Zazu Pitts-for Joan avisj? Can Sou Can you imagine Can you imagine Frank Casa waltzing? Andrew Denuzze as a bachelor? Miss Wolski without a smile? the fourth floor of the old building, odorless? Anthony Monterosso without his suitcase? Thomas Prill not breaking someone's heart? Raymond Coyle not telling a joke? the Civic Forum without Peggy Heath? Frank Dornfeld doing a ballet dance? a graduation class without Mrs. Guilford? Robert Tracy graduating? Mr. Mirliani not losing his temper? Page 5 1 7 I nyc I une Graduation Exercises INVOCATION Rabbi Harry Z. Zwelling MUSIC a. "Guide Thou Our Steps" Cherubini b. "Panis Angelicusn ..... Franck Soprano Soloist, Miss Martha Warnat, Class of l939 Combined Glee Clubs Accompanied by Miss Fanny Contaras, Class of 1939 "Babes In Toyland" ..... V. Herbert Senior High School Orchestra a. "Madrigal In May" . . . Newton b. "Music, When Soft Voices Die" . Kramer Women's Glee Club "Night Has A Thousand Eyes" . . . Cain Combined Glee Clubs PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS Mr. Edward D. O'Brien Of the Board of Education "ALMA MATERU ..... Mirliani Class, Orchestra and Glee Clubs "STAR SPANGLED BANNER" . . Smith Entire Assembly RECESSIONAL Senior High School Orchestra lune Class Honors in Scholarship Honors in scholarship are awarded to those who maintain average rank of eighty-jive or over GENERAL HONORS FOR THREE YEARS fClifford Edward Adams 1'Mary Ambatfoglos 'l'Margaret Lil ian Anderson 'l'Mary Alice Aziz TCarol Bartlett TRoberta Williams Brewer Charlotte Therese Cekala TGenevieve Madeline Chaik 'lMary Chrisoulis TElaine Norton Clark TFanny Contaras TCecelia Veronica Czuprinski TOrestes Michael Davey TEsther Josephine Dean TRobert George Donahue Edward Dziob TJohn Stanley Gadzik THyman Ginsburg THelen Maryann Gondek Basil Reynolds Greenough TDorothy Gertrude Hintz TDorothy Edna Johnson Veronica Doris Kacinskas 1'Loretta Mildred Kelly TMember of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools. Mary Louise Igoe Dorothy Edna Johnson Eleanor Mary Arena Pauline Ann Dembowski John Stanley Gadzik Arthur Gittleman Veronica Doris Kacinskas Stella Mary Adajian Clifford Edward Adams Nellie Jean Ausanka Mary Alice Aziz Carol Bartlett Emily Pauline Binder Roberta Williams Brewer Genevieve Madeline Chaik Mary Chrisoulis Elaine Norton Clark Fanny Contaras Cecelia Veronica Czuprinski Orestes Michael Davey Esther Josephine Dean Robert George Donahue Stella Mary Adajian Mary Ambatjoglos Mary Alice Aziz Roberta Williams Brewer Monroe L. Caslowitz Genevieve Madeline Chaik Mary Chrisoulis Elaine Norton Clark Jack Leonard Croll Cecelia Veronica Czuprinski Esther Josephine Dean - SPECIAL HONORS ART Pearl Mary Kivel BOOKKEEPING Monica Barbara Krysztopik Genevieve Barbara Lotko An eline Marie Nadeau Stjla Nahorney Mildred Agnes Pitney ENGLISH Roy Emil Fabian Felice Ann Faticoni John Stanley Gadzik Hyman Ginsburg Helen Maryann Gondek A nes Marie Goodwin GTadys Ann Hartnett Dorothy Gertrude Hintz Francis Joseph Jasinski Dorothy Edna Johnson Loretta Mildred Kelly Pearl Mary Kivel Gertrude Hazelton McNary Harold John Malone F lossie J. Morris HISTORY Shirley Jean Erickson Roy Emil Fabian John Stanley Gadzik Dorothy Gertrude Hintz Dorothy Edna Johnson Loretta Mildred Kelly Cecilia Josephine Konik Arnold Daniel Marholin Irene Greta Miklos Flossie J. Morris TCecilia Josephine Konik Joseph Frank Kowalczyk TStella Nahorney Tlgnatius Peter Narkiewicz TBeatrice Charlotte Nelson TMargaret Elizabeth Riley 1'Marion Helen Romanowska 1'Mary Dorothy Ruszczyk TEdward Stanley Smolenski Stanley Joseph Smuda Tlrene Marie Stewart THenry Zeldes 'lEmily Elizabeth Zimnewicz Michael Louis Leonardi Hirschel Rabinow Myrtle Virginia Prudhon Ruth Amelia Radka Marion Helen Romanowska Mary Dorothy Ruszczyk Hedwig Rose Wlodkowski Angeline Marie Nadeau Ste la Nahorney Ignatius Peter Narkiewicz Beatrice Charlotte Nelson Thomas Portante Thella Mae Price Margaret Elizabeth Riley Elliot Sicklick Marian Vera Skelly Edward Stanley Smolenski Irene Marie Stewart Carolyn Heath Stowell Anne Rita Tanguay Flora R. Witham Henry Zeldes Barbara Morse Stella Nahorney Beatrice Charlotte Nelson Thella Mae Price Thomas Portante Wanda Ann Puchala Margaret Elizabeth Riley Marion Helen Romanowska Catharine Wright Smith Edward Stanley Smolenski Anne Rita Tanguay K Carol Bartlett Emily Pauline Binder Carol Bartlett. Margaret Lillian Anderson Caro Bartlett Harold Frank Bosco Vincent Louis Buocini Fanny Contaras Nellie jean Ausanka Roberta Williams Brewer Ivor Carlson Leo Frank Ciesielski Elaine Norton Clark Esther Josephine Dean Robert George Donahue jessie Margaret Deske Elizabeth Mary Bacewicz Charlotte Therese Cekala Genevieve Madeline Chaik Dorothy Elizabeth Frigo Rose Barbara Geragosian Elise Dorothy Glabau Elizabeth Mary Bacewicz Charlotte Therese Cekala Genevieve Madeline Chaik Gladys Constance Ehrler Felice Ann Faticoni AUTOMOBILE Edward Dziob ENGLISH glhn Balkun, jr. sil Reynolds Greenough FRENCH Fanny Contaras Orestes Michael Davey GERMAN Roy Emil Fabian LATIN Fanny Contaras MATHEMATICS Orestes Michael Davey Robert George Donahue Ro Emil Fabian Helen Maryann Gondek SCIENCE Helen Maryann Gondek Agnes Marie Goodwin Dorothy Gertrude Hintz Dorothy Claire McGrath Ignatius Peter Narkiewicz SEWING Violet Ruth Nyquist STENOGRAPHY Genevieve Ruth Iskra Veronica Doris Kacinskas Dolores Ann Mlynarski Anne Therese Munich Stella Nahorney TYPEWRITING Shirley Leona Hein joseph Frank Kowalczyk Gertrude Hazelton McNary Stella Nahorney TRADE COURSES MATHEMATICS Cyril Lawrence Erhart Basil Reynolds Greenough OTHER AWARDS Hyman Ginsburg Hyman Ginsburg Dorotlzy Gertrude I-Iintz Lydia ele La inski Anne Agnes IvIaoses Margaret Elizabeth Riley Henry Zeldes Beatrice Charlotte Nelson Evelyn Carolina Nelson Margaret Elizabeth Riley Eleanore C. Smialowski Edward Stanley Smolenski Henry Zeldes joseph Anthony Zita Anna Mae Nowek Mary Dorothy Ruszczyk Irene Marie Stewart Beatrice Marion Strini Helen Barbara Szala Emily Elizabeth Zimnewicz Anna Mae Nowek Mary Dorothy Ruszczyk Irene Marie Stewart Helen Barbara Szala Emily Elizabeth Zimnewicz PRINTING Basil Reynolds Greenough Lucian joseph Lysiak Stanley joseph Smuda THE BAUSCH AND LOMB HONORARY SCIENCE AWARD For the greatest progress in three years of scientific studies QMedalJ IGNATIUS PETER NARKIEWICZ AWARD OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE For excellence in mathematics and science QMedall HENRY ZELDES - - Pale is I ff . Q3 fi iii . QL-N 1 A ..,. 5. 'Magis - V aw-'91 '-" frm - 'f' 1. i ' i ' ,L Q , EZEVQQP1 ' 15- 5 " .- -. 1 ' Mm V Y L -' ig Q: 1 . 5 1.4, ,nag --? 1 mg. k5,,-,g- if 3' f-.Q-,E ,Z Y Zip f T, ' fig - Q' fi' 'X 2' glifi' Zg f g H2 f q :gs 2 I E YQ iii KE ff , E 4 vnu ll f'w': 'f:!" J, ' if gwffabf WU, rum N M iwf W1 5. rx Z kmxi-,f!'V1gmv ' 1 ff K Nl? ,Wx fl ' 1 , . ' ww f :!Q X X X N - 1 KN "Lk w Xi' , xx X AX A W ' X ' 5 3'1 ff5 afliillllg' V1 'N f f w W xwlkuw ' 1411 X Xxkxxx Q, , 'Wx W l i' WW u Q , W V 'f N I W ' v Wi ', :W'm'N gw ' ff W X W X W Y 2 14 f' Xkisillrl Mx X ' W! ' X 16 fm fn ,l ' ,,4' f,. f,e X ba.: MW 11 W fy 5 fc ' , y W L E , . , . .I fu I . .- 527- 14- 'L Y- K - Dun-A A-A WILLIAM DONALD GRAY Hartford, Conn. "Bill" November 27, 1919 l "0 Captain, My Captain!" "Bullet Bill"-"Matinee Idol of Feminityn-"Football Player Extraordinarg'-these phrases introduce you to the very pop lar "Bill" Gray. ut aside from being an outstanding athlete, "Bill" is also a true friend and worthy student. His conversation never lags and there w is always a "Gang" around who listen to his wise-cracks. "Bill," with his carefully trimmed "Dutch-cut," has a way with the women but he vows he'll orget them when he goes off to college. Because of his ver- satility and engaging personality, "Bill" is among those fortunate few who will succeed at an early stage. May the luc of the Irish remain l with him! 1 Football, Young Men's Club, Track, President of Graduating Class l BEATRICE CHARLOTTE NELSON Colebrook, Gonn. "Beaty" March 23, 1922 "She greets you kindly, one and all" Few graduation classes have ever been honored by having such a vice-president as "Beaty." She is beloved by everyone and she is . everyones friend. She seems always to look for the best in life, and with her calm appearance and quiet philosophy, has added many to her friends. "Beaty" spends much of her time in the East Street Branch . Library. We shall probably be seeing her in the Institute in the future- or will she be living in Collinsville? President, Girls' League, Vice-President of Girls' League, Treasurer of Girls' League, Vice-President Graduating Class, ditor of the Beehive 6 ESTHER JOSEPHINE DEAN New Britain, Conn. "Deany" August 14, 1921 "A merry heart doeth good like medicine" Everyone knows Esther and they have good reason to, for she has plenty of personality plus and is very likea le. You can always find a smile on her face and share a joke with her. Esther's school and outside activities keep her pretty busy, but they do not prevent her from bein her own sweet self. High marks are her specialty, but it is throu if perserverance that she gets them. Esther will make a grand nurse, the reason thereof being her winning countenance, her pleasing personality, and ambition to succeed. Amphion Club, junior College Club, Executive Board of the Girls' League, Secretary of Graduating Class JOHN DONALD JACKSON ' New Britain, Conn. "Chuck" july 4, 1921 " He injects a few raisons of conversation into the tasteless dough of existence" The only displayer of humor in the high school who confines his antics to the classrooms. Once outside the school doors he becomes quiet and serious. "Chuck" can be recognized by Kay Kyser's expres- sion "C'mon chillun, et's dance," which he constantly uses. john is an excellent wisecracker, always having the right answer. With such a talent, we can't help but understand the reason for his popularity. His excellent character and ood nature are certain to win a high place in his chosen career. Good Tuck, may the tides of fortune favor him. President of Amphion Club, Senior Class Treasurer, Business Manager of Beehive, Musical Club, Chess Club, Track, Student Council STELLA MARY ADAJIAN Hartford, Conn. "Star" December 2, 1920 "A friendly word and a smile for everyone" Stella has made a great many friends in high school. Maybe it's because she always wears a smile. She doesn't seem to pay much at- tention to the opposite sex in school. Can it be that there is an outside interest? Stella is ambitious, intelligent, and chuck full of personality. We all know she will succeed at stenography, the field of work she has chosen as a future career. Page 57 CLIFFORD EDWARD ADAMS East Berlln Conn September 17, 1921 0 triste 0 trise etait mon ame A cause A cause d'une femme." Cliff is the type of fellow that makes many friends, especially in feminine ranks however his heart belongs to one. Scholastically speaking he rates highly in his class. Doubtless his success is insured at Tufts His masterful cymbal playing in the band will be remembered by all who attended the high school football games. May the best of luck accompany him throughout life. MARGARET LILLIAN ANDERSON New Britain Conn 'Marg" january 13, 1922 Laughter and the love of friends" Assiduous unselfish a good sport-"Marg" is that dimpled young lady with the infectious smile and mirthful nature. Her willingness to help others has made her loved and respected by all who have come in contact with her During her stay in high school "Marg" has parti- cipated in many extra-curricular activities and has been especially prominent in the Musical Club. ln the fall "Marg's" joyous laughter will probably echo in the corridors of Teachers College. If anyone has the inherent qualities of a teacher it is "Marg", an we know that she will be successful in her chosen field. junior College Club Girls' Leagueg Musical Club, Glee Club, FLORINNE AMELIA ANKUDOWICZ New Britain Conn 'jiggsyn March 6, 1921 April laugh thy foolish laughter Then shed thy foolish tears" Here comes jiggsy swinging through the hall with her merry heart and light feet She is the girl with fire in her eyes, but forgiveness in her heart Her school work is always good, and always up-to-date. She s a clever girl and does she go places? and does she swing a merry Yum yum happy landing jiggsynl I ELEANOR MARY ARENA New Britain, Conn. "Ellie" December 14, 1921 " Her eyes are stars of twilight fair, Like twilight, too, her dusky hair" What "Ellie" lacks in height she makes up in intelligence and per- sonality. She's as prettry as a picture too, with her beautiful dark eyes and black wavy hair. he boys look and wonder and dream about her. "Ellie" intends to become a bookkeeper. With her ambition and vitality, she'll go far in her chosen field. Girls' League MARGARET WINIFRED ASHMAN Warren, Conn. "Peggy" November 20, 1921 "Demure, steadfast, and quiet" When we think of "Peggv," we just naturally picture a small, shy Miss with blond hair and big blue eyes. She's quiet, demure, and studious in class, but outside of class, well, we've seen her walking through the halls with a fellow or two. "Peggy's" ambition is to be a nlpurse and we know she'll be good to them but don't be too easy with t em. . Girls' League Page 48 I- f EUGENE J. ALBRO New Britain, Conn. "Gene" April 18, 1921 "The most manifest sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulnessf' "Gene," as he is familiarly known, is the popular fellow with the cheerful disposition, who, it seems, is constantly associated with the "horse-less-buggy" business. Although, we have been told, his after graduation plans are not complete, we understand he plans to enter an institution of higher learning before going out to sell bigger and better fsorry, no plugs allowed4Ed.J Best o luck! NELLIE JEAN AUSANKA New Britain, Conn. " Nellie" May 28, 1922 "Talking comes by nature" Nellie is a girl who can talk herself out of any embarrassing situations because of her sparkling wit. Her hobby, of which she is unusually fond, is readin every good book she can find. She speaks frequently of one "Donald Duck' although a new flame appears in her life every so often. She has studied diligently durin her high school career, and lans to enter the Presbyterian Hospital qraining School. No doubt, blellie will be a success in this noble profession. .junior College Club, Girls' League MARY ALICE AZIZ Constantinople, Turkey "Nan" june 30, 1921 "A higher mind is higher than a crown" From across the seas she comes to us, this Oriental Miss. Her in- tellectual status, her extensive vocabulary, her easily acquired honor marks, more than account for the nickname of "Genius," bestowed upon her by her classmates. Mary is the modest possessor of the longest pair of eye ashes, no doubt her urkish inheritance, ever to have been fluttered in the portals of N. B. H. S. Let not her indifference toward the opposite sex fool you. Many are her admirers, and we know of one in particular who has been fatally smitten by her foreign charm. Success and best of luck to you Mary, in your ambition to be an authoress. Girls' League, Senior Adviser KENNETH AUGUST ANDERSON New Britain, Conn. "Ken" September 18, 1921 "A friend of many friends is not a true friend" This good looking blonde youth, known as "Ken" to his chosen friends, is both quiet and shy, and yet he wears the cloak of modesty, extremely gracefully. Not very talkative, but his colleagues find elo- quence in his silence. A conservative fellow, he should succeed rapidly in this world of superfluous words. More power to him! Baseball ELIZABETH MARY BACEWICZ New Britain, Conn. "Blondie" August ll, 1921 "lndustry makes all things easy" Elizabeth is the industrious girl with the golden locks who never can seem able to suppress a giggle. She is a very hard worker, and her efforts are rewarded by her enviable marks. Elizabeth's ambition is to be a secretary and all of her classmates join in wishing her the best of luck. We'll miss those cheerful giggles that made long opening-periods so enjoyable. I Page so RAYMOND EDMUND BERTZ New Britain Conn "Ray" March 12, l92l Hrs smile is sweetened by his gravity" Ray IS one of our popular Belvidere Lads, although he is usually seen in Barnesdale because of a magnetic force therein, they say. "Ray" has many deserving friends due to his pleasing personality, and a captivating smile and hello for everyone. One of his favorite pas- times fwhen he s not in Barnesdalej is trying to keep his blue "Model A in tip top condition Ray hopes to go on to a Technical school in the near future With his ability, he's bound to succeed. Camera Club Football Banquet Committeeg Student Council BARBARA JOYCE BACKUS New Britain Conn Bobby" September 4, 1921 Beauty doth persuade the eyes of man" I ve only eyes for you is the tune "Bobby" keeps in mind. There is no secret on whom she has her eyes and we don't blame her a bit. All in all Bobbie is a good student and a grand sport, and we wish MARY AGNES BADON New Britain Conn january 19, 1920 Your wisdom is a wonderful thing" Little Mary quite contrary-How does your garden grow? Well- just as everythm Mary does She makes her own pretty clothes and keeps her hair we l groomed This little girl is shy thouih, and doesn't give much thought to the opposite sex. Mary's one am ition is to get a good education and to be somebody's personal stenographer. I-lere's JOHN MARTIN BEYERS ' Tarrytown, New York "johnnie" August 2, 1921 "While time permits, enjoy pleasure" "Johnnie," the bashful fellow with the pleasant smile, is a quiet and industrious chap who says that he hasn't much time for women. His favorite subject is German, but he also finds time to engage in the numerous sports. "johnny" hasn't chosen his vocation yet, but he anticipates attending college, and we all hope he's successful in whatever he attempts. MARY AGNES BALICKI New Britain, Conn. "Ma:ie" October 17, 1919 "Speak well of your friend, and of your enemy nothing" Mary's ambition is to be the best secretary ever. She is a studious person and very well-liked by both students and teachers. She is very sympathetic and understandin and is always willing and able to help those in need. Be as able an olgice-worker as you have been a student, "Mazie," and success will be yours. Glee Clubg Student Adviser n 1 ANNE THERESA BANKOWSKI New Britain Conn Bankyu February 17, 1922 The matd who molestly conceals her beauty" Our fair haired Miss is ver cheerful, gay and charming. She has a winning smile and is admired all. Her special interests are dancing and football Could a certain broad-shouldered chap have anything to do with it' We wonderl We wish her loads of luck and success as a AARON MORRIS BISBERG Long lsland N Y "Bob" August 15, 1921 We all love a pretty girl" Coming from New York in his junior year, "Bob" immediately got into the swing of things His pleasing personality and his ever-present Plymouth being the reasons for his popularit . "Bob" spends most of his time dancin and he has become quite deft at the art. His earnest- ness will surely elp hum succeed at Bryant College and in the business CAROL BARTLETT New Britain Conn january 31, 1922 Much is she worth" Have you wondered who the ty ical American Girl is ?-Why Carol of course She is athletic full o fun, and always ready to give a hel mg hand junior College Club and Alpha Alpha activities have kept er on the go most of the time. She has a keen aim for hitting high marks which is sure to bring her success in her years to come at Vassar President of Junior College Club, Girls' League HAROLD FRANK BOSCO New Britain, Conn. "Eddie" July 22, 1921 "Tap me in soft Tydian airs" Harold has been, perhaps, the most popular musical student in the school, but his mind often drifted from music in that he's classed as one of our leading Romeos. He is also serious minded and soon Conn. State will feel the charm of his presence-plus trombone. Best of luck to him, but "C-ardez des femmes." Orchestra, Bandg Glee Club 3 Chess Clubg Musical Club EVELYN JENNIE BENSON New Britain. Conn. "Eve" july o, 1921 "Faith in beauty will not fail" "Eve" is that beautiful blond with those fine features who is a marvelous dancer and has proved a great attraction to the boys. How- ever, her high marks in school show that she has not neglected her studies for fields of lighter interest. She is a grand pal to all and we wish her loads of success. Girls' Leagueg Home Economics Club DA-.. A. PAUL JAMES BRASILE New Britain, Conn. "Bibs" july 8, 1922 "We should play to live, and not live to play" "Bibs" is that tall, good-looking chap who is usually seen roaming about the halls. For the past few seasons he has been an outstanding member of the basketball team, and, because he is such a popular athlete, we are not surprised to learn of his ability to trip the light fantastic. His sociability and athletic skill will go a long way in aiding him to find a pleasant and profitable future. Basketball LOUISE ANN BIAGIOTTI New Britain, Conn. August 21, 1922 "A little body harbors a great soul" "Lou" has every qualification any irl would want. We are sure her beauty and pleasing personality wilgaid in making her successful in the future. Helping people and making them cheerful is one of "Lou's" hobbies. Everybody who has had the pleasure of meeting her agrees that she is "One in a Million." "Lou's" great ambition is to be a typist, and we are sure she will make a good one. Girls' League FLORENCE TESS BIALKOWSKI Hartford, Conn. july 27, 1920 "Who would be always pleasing" Florence has a very pleasing personality. She always sees the good in a person rather than the bad and she has no harsh words about anybody. Even though Florence takes her studies seriously, she finds time for extra activities. After graduation she intends to go into train- ing at the New Britain General Hospital, and we feel sure that this charming little brunette will make quite a picture in her nurse's uniform. Girls' League life. Girls' League EMILY PAULINE BINDER New Britain, Conn. "Amy" April 10 1921 " How very small the very great Tiny but wisdom galore is Emily, the little lass with brownette hair and pretty eyes. She is full of energetic spirit that bubbles over every hour of the day. She loves to dance and enjoys all types of sports Emily is not only capable of gettincg her work done but she also has a good time. She is a grand sport an a true pal to all whether in or out of school. Her witty remarks and pleasing personality are a source of enjoyment to many of her friends. She expects to enter a higher in stitution and we know she will make good AGNES JUNE BLUMSTEIN New Britain, Conn. "Aggie" May 29 1921 "Laughter is an Art - Laughter and a keen sense of humor are personified in A ie Her slim figure and lovely blonde hair are the envy of all the gir s in our class, but there is no use in our hymnmg her praises because there is a handsome young man who can do it better Aggie has been a good student while in school, and we wish her success in her future HOWARD BRONSON Waterbury, Conn. "Howie" December 14, 1922 "Handsome in appearance and with a brain" Tall. . .Slim. . .with wavy sandy hair. . .blue eyes, "Howie" is one of the male Adonis' of our school, and is the cause of that swaying we notice in the Eresence of girls. We thank him for the pleasant memories he has left be ind, and we wish him lots of luck. ROBERTA WILLIAMS BREWER Waterbury, Conn. "Baia" February 20, 1921 "Work while yoigworkj play while you play" "Berta" has been active in many things and has put her whole- hearted interest into them whether it was class work or extra curri- cular activities. Her good marks are proof of her ability and application. Her interests vary from cooking to that good-looking fellow she's often seen with. She has made many friends by being a good, dependable friend herself and we all wish her success in her chosen profession of nursing. Class Night Committee, Vice President of junior College Club, Girls' League, Camera Club, Historical Fiction Club JENNETTE ELIZABETH BREWSTER Hartford, Conn. 'llackien january 22, 1921 "Action, action, action" "jackie's" nickname suits her perfectl for, boy-like she indulges with great enthusiasm in many sports, inclluding table-tennis of which she is school chamgion. She has also been active in Amphion Club, Girls' League and t e Civic Forum. Her determination and enthusiasm have made "jackie" well known among her classmates. Lately these ttalities seem to have been directed towards the February edition of t e Beehive. jennette has no future plans as yet but when she makes them we know she'll follow them. Amphion Club, Girls' League, Civic Forum Civic Forum, Girls' League ROBERT BROWN Glasgow, Scotland "Red" September 14 1971 "Batter up "Red" is a sports fanatic whose first loves are baseball football and women. He is a tall, red-headed and handsome chap whose popularity with both sexes is boundless With his rsonality and way of winning friends, we know he'll bat 1 000 in li e AURELIE JANE BROWN Scotland "Lee" September 27 1921 "Be amicable that you may be loved Aurelie is a true and loyal daughter to her native country Scotland Althou h she has resided in our fair city for only a few years she certainfy has caught on fast-especially to our swing dances She intends to embark upon a business career after receiving that coveted , diploma. We wish her Good Luck and hope that her ambition to some , day return to Bonnie Scotland, will be reached VINCENT LOUIS BUCCINI New Britain, Conn. "Vin" july 12, 1921 "The Salt of the Earth" Quiet. . .unaffected. . .serious in his studies. . .never shirks. . .and very cooperative, "Vinnie" is always noticeable in a midst of his friends, especially fellow members of the Civic Forum. His genuine laughter, and unfading perserverence will surely aid his large shoulders in carry- ing life's burden and enable him to succeed. Civic Forumg Chess Club CONSTANCE PAULINE PESTRITTO New Britain, Conn. "Connie" March 28, 1920 "Music hath charm" "Connie" is good-natured and very friendly to everyone. Her winning manners capture everyones heart and make friends easily. She has a beautiful singing voice which she is well noted for. Her am- bition is to sing with a famous radio personality. We know she will succeed because she has been heard and loved by many. We wish you luck, "Connie" Girls' League SUSAN VICTORIA BURINSKAS New Britain, Conn. "Sue" june 25, 1921 "Those move easiest who have learned to dance" Susan is a girl whose company everyone enjoys because of her interesting personality, and the radiant good nature that lies beneath her reserve. As she is sometimes called ujitterbug Sue" she well de- serves that nickname for she is an excellent dancer. As for the future, Susan is doubtful, but here's luck to you Susan from all of us who are rooting for you! Girls' League 1 ever they are! Girls' League BERNARD EDWARD CABELUS New Britain, Conn. 'iTag" October 18 1920 "Seen here and there swimmtng Ln the vast flood "Bernie," with his admirable physique and wavy hair has been a familiar figure at the Willow Brook Swimming Pool In addition to his prowess in swimming and life saving ability he has a likeable personality and charm that has won him many friends of both sexes especially the female. Future plans yet unknown but the best of fortune what ALICE MARIE BUTLER New Britain, Conn. "Al" April 29 1919 'AAlway'.s Smiling Alice is the girl who is always either smiling or blushing When she talks to any one, especially the boys she smiles but when she Gives those hated book reports she blushes like a rose Al doesnt really dislike school work on the whole though She has joined many clubs while in school, and has proved an efficient ticket seller We hope she will attain the highest peak in whatever work she may choose' . :. l MARY CALDERONE New Britain, Conn. "Mar" August 4, 1921 6- "Silence is Golden" Mary's three years in high school have won for her many She is a good sport and has taken part in many school activities. Mary doesn't talk very much, but you are sure to know her by her smile. She is a good companion and always willing to help a friend over the hard parts of school life. We wish Mar lots of luck in her future career because we are sure she will get what she goes after. Girls' League JOHN FRANK CACKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Lefty" December 16, 1920 "The hardest part about school is leaving" This proud possessor of a melodious voice, is planning on a mu ' career and expects to pay a visit to Major Bowes soon after his exte term at the school is ended, preparing himself for the event, at p Q g as a member of the baseball team Cfor lung powerj and the Glee Club. An accomplished dancer, we feel he will just "waltz" to his goal. Musical Glee Club, Baseball RUTH JOAN CAMPBELL New Brit in, Conn. "Ruthie" january 29, 1922 Q "Be merry and wise" "Ruthie's" favorite pastime seems to be spdrts and more sports. Last ear she was the table-tennis champion of the girls in N. B. I-l. S. and this year she was a runner up. The more feminine side of "Ruthie" is ap arent by her variety of bracelets, which adorn her arm always. Youll be seeing our "Ruthie" wearing a uniform though, when she's out of school, for shefs going to be a nurse. Girls' League i tinue to smile on him forever. Girls' League, Glee Club 4 ARTHUR PHILLIP New Britain, Conn. "Art" December 8 1920 "Better late than never A true companion and sportsmen. an easy omg soul A t well liked by his numerous riends, and although e is leisurely in his punctuality in attending school he is always on time energetically rooting at Red and Gold athletic contests May Dame Fortune con SHIRLEY ELIZABETH CAPEN New Britain, Conn. "Shirl" August 29 1921 "A quiet mind is richer than a crown Shirley is a quiet girl who, nevertheless has made manv friends during her years in high school. She takes her work seriously and her ood marks show the results. Shirley's Hobby and chief interest has green singing, but we hear that a certain young man is holding her interest right now. We wish her loads of Luck in her future SAM ANTHONY CANNATA East Boston Mass 'Sammyn November 7, 1920 Silence is golden" Husky dark and tall Sam is a silent person who seems to confine his few words to a classroom but it doesn't take much to get him going when the conversation is about baseball or football. Sam is taking his leave of us now and a fellow of his character and ability should not find the footpath of life too filled with pebbles. Good luck to him! DOROTHY ELEANOR CARLSON New Britain Conn A'Dot" May ll, 1921 Style and harmony and grace" Dot is that so called prima donna, who is very popular among those of both sexes As she walks down the corridor she makes a very striking picture with her cheery smile for everyone and her Hair for weari clothes She has also been a member of the musical club a long time luck to you Dot from everyone. CHARLOTTE THERESA CEKALA Winchester New Hampshire Charlie" October 7, 1921 Beautzful clothes open all doors" Charlie is a quiet peaceful, demure young lady at most hcurs of the day but under that quiet demeanor, she hides a grand sense of -' humor She is a model of what the well-dressed yourzg lady should wear She has already done wonders in shorthand an typewriting, and success will surely meet her wherever she turns. .-2 .li ' B rssw, il . I 2 ' - . I L GENEVIEVE MADELINE CHAIK Southington, Conn. "Chickie" December 15, 1920 "Perfection is no trifle" "Chickie" is a quite talkative young lady, possessing a suitable personality that has endeared her to all her friends. Pleasure never interferes with her school work. This accounts for all the high marks which she attained while in school, She expects to become a private secretary, so she deserves only the best of luck in the pursuit toward reaching her goal. CATHERINE ROSE CHARLOW , New Britain, Conn. "Kay" june 27, 1921 "A friend in need is afriend indeed" "Kay" is the irl with the bright e es, big smile and cheery "hello" who you find is always willing to lendy a helping hand to anyone who needs it. "Kay" seldom misses a dance and may be found at any of the leading social gatherings. We know "Kay" will succeed in any field of life she chooses. Girls' League H Page 66 k Es lf ..,i.-Y . ' ..r4- ' an ...VI fag: . I '- 'V 1. 1. --1 A, 4- YL ,,-'51 . V M 5 -f - . A. . sa. .1 tr' L gm - fi .fgf 1. 5? Vi. X, K-X ' A. W . .Ei IVOR TAGE CARLSON Mardaklef, Sweden "Tu-gun" july I8, l92l "Even the Gods like his jokes" This stalwart individual, who originally came from Sweden, is one practical joker who does not carry his witticisms to an extreme. His sympathetic face, which seems to be continually wreathed in a smile, is soon to become a "Landmark" of the Coast Guard Academy in New London. Here Mr. Carlson should not come in contact with any "squalls" since his work at N. B. H. S. has resulted in honors for him. HEDWIG BARBARA CHRABOLOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Mickey" March 25, 1921 "Eager in studies and labors" "Mickey" is a grand sport and a true pal to all of her friends, When you see a group of girls chatting and giggling, you may be sure "Mickey" is among them. She has always done her work thoroughly and has been rewarded with good marks. Whatever her intentions for the future may be, we know she will succeed. Good luck, "Mickey." Girls' League -N MARY CHRISOLIS ' New Britain, Conn. "Wally" April 10, l921 In -3 "She who sets out, conquers" , ."'Wally" is always ready to sacrifice her own good times to help others if she can. She is ambitious, willing and intelligent. We all like ry because she is so understanding and is willing to face anything wth a smile. She has, for a long time, been interested in journalism md expects to become a journa ist in the future. Good luck to you, ary. Glee Clubg Civic Forum 1? any indications. Senior Advisergl-listorical Fiction Club pniw I1 7 MONROE CASLOWITZ New Britain, Conn. "Casy" September ll l92l "lf people are to have faith in you have faith in yourself Reliable. . .fairly confident and well dressed Monroe is the boy who knows all of the History answers, especially in the English room Much of his leisure time is spent with certain Brothers in whom he finds more than an interest. Aspirin to be a business man we know he will easily succeed if his accomplishments in his father s establishment are ELAINE NORTON CLARK Berlin, Conn. "Clarity May 22 1922 "There is no knowledge which is not useful Elaine's many interests in school, coupled with her outside ac tivities have kept her busy throughout high school A brilliant student a grand pal, and a dependable worker these qualities have helped her make a host of friends. How we envy those high marks which she accepts with such nonchalance! She is planning to enter Teachers College, but with such a persistant male admirer we cannot predict what the future will hold. However, may she always have good luck' junior Colle e Club, Vice President of Camera Club Girls League BENJAMIN JAMES BLANCATE New Britain Conn "Ben" january 7, 1922 Diplomacy and sincerity his virtues" Quiet and studious Benny" belongs to the strong and silent class of individuals who are friendly and sincere and who strive hard to do a task well He believes in saying only what is essential and therefore never speaks out of turn We feel confident that "Benny" will be capable of defeating any obstacles he might encounter. ELIZABETH MARIE CLINE New Britain Conn 'Beltyu Qluly 29, 1921 Why Hurry Slow and Steady Wins the Race" Betty is one of our more quiet and reserved classmates. She has taken vocal les ons and enjoys her music by lending her voice to the Girls Glee Club Bettv s ambition is to be a fine secretary in some office and we all wish her the best of luck. FANNY CONTARAS New Britain Conn October ll, 1922 Let knowledge grow from more to more" Here comes Fanny full of life and ready to speak to everyone she meets Fanny has been very popular during her high school years, and has taken part in many extra curricular activities, chief among these being the Musical Club where she has been pianist for both the Glee Clubs and Orchestra However she has not let this interfere with her school work and has attained a high scholastic rating. She has received marks we would like to acquire or borrow. Althou h Fanny is greatly interested in C S C at Storrs she is going to follow the pathway to Smith College Our good wishes go with her. Girls League junior College Clubg Rostrum and Gavel, Amphion Club Orchestra Glee Club Musical Clubg Senior Adviser U iii sii ROBERT WILLIAM CHAPPONI New Britain, Conn. "Chip" january 12, 1922 "Tonight, lel's all be gay" 'iChip" isigfehe well-dressed social lion who is afflicted with an interest in girls. He is the pride and joy of our night life and an ad- vocate of the "swingiest" steps. Characterized by a good disposition and a true sense of sportsmanship, 'AChip" is liked by both students and faculty. "Chip" plans to go on to college and we know that he will make the grade, for he has what it takes. Footballg Young Men's Club 3 Track VIRGINIA MARCIA CORNING Plainville, Conn. "Ginnie" May 19, 1921 "Crowded with glorious action" Although "Ginnie" came here only recently from Plainville, it certainly hasn't taken her long to learn the ropes and to leave a trail of dust behind her in all of her activities, scholastic, extra-curricular and social. 'AGinnie's" striking appearance and buoyant personality may be held accountable for her success. She has successfully served as concert-mistress in the school orchestra since February. "Ginnie" is sure to be heard from in the future with her business ability and talent with the violin. We're all for her and we kncw she won't let us down. Orchestra 5 Glee Clubg Musical Club 5 Girls' League. - Pane 68 EVELYN MARY CROMBIE Meriden, Conn. "Evy" April 9, 1921 "There is nothing preferable to a pleasant friend" "Evy" is one girl who can always be relied on, and that is an ad- mirable trait in any person. She makes friends very easily, and more important, she keeps them. She never has to worry about homework, because a girl of her scholastic ability never has to worry. Whatever "Evy" may do in the future, we all know she will succeed. Girls' League DOROTHY HAZEL CURTIS Hartford, Conn. "Dotty" November 6, 1921 "Faithfulness and sincerity are the highest things" "Dotty" is a very charming and sociable girl. Having been in our city for only a year she is hailed as a Pal by many of our prominent students. She is an excellent student o high standing. Her activeness in tennis, social dancing and swimming makes her a desirable com- panion. "Dotty" has a wonderful sense of humor which she passes on to her friends. CECELIA VERONICA CZUPRINSKI New Britain, Conn. "Celly" April 24, 1921 "Much is she worth" lf ever you are on a quest for a nice girl, your hunt shall end when you meet 'Ce1ly" Cas her friends call er.J Her favorite pastime is drawing, at which she is very good. She has an excellent sense of humor and when greeting her friends, her pleasant smile widens to a grin. Her lovely blond hair, accompanied by her well groomed figure, are brought out by her clothes. This is due to the fact that she makes all her clot es and makes them very well. Because of her talent in art and sewing, "Celly" can have her choice of occupation, whether as a dressmaker or an artist, she will do her utmost to succeed. Girls' League ringing in his ears. Football, Track your future, "Dabbs." Girls' League Pnae fm WALTER FRANK CHARAMUT New Britain, Conn. I "Moxie August ll 1920 "There is only one ' ' X s-to be able to spend your life in your own way "Left " is our W J' , husky classmate who has been an active and successfullmember ol' the track and football teams The girls especially Find a worthwhile attraction in him and vice versa He doesn t enjoy his studies any too much, but he has managed to finish his work Upon leaving this seat of learning, "Lefty' goes out with our best wishes FLORENCE BARBARA DABKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Dobbs january 2 1920 "Full of cheer, and full of pep Making friends with every step This blonde, blue-eyed girl is everybodys friend at first si ht One of her favorite sports is ice-skating but we don t know whic the greater attraction-skating alone, or the friends who accompany her, which make this sport so interestin and enjoyable Perhaps that is a reason why "Dabbs" chose Home nomics and Clothing as her favorite subjects in school. We must admit she is quite ambitious Besides her daily routine, she manages to attend social gatherings where she displays her ability as a dancer Success and lots of luck for NICHOLAS MICHAEL CIANCL . New Britain Conn "Cy" 'V August 26, lm No one successful without ejortn Nick a local budding draftsman, almost made the headlines recently by submitting completed plans for the Trade School addition, but an alert competitor stole a march on him by handing in plans first. Even with this set back Nick" expects to continue in the field and we won t be surprised to see him succeed. I WINIFREP MAUD DAVIS Pittsfield Mass 'Winnie' December 5, 1920 All things are in common with friends" Winnie s school days are over. She is leaving us her smiles and cares while she goes onward to T. C. C. We have smiled, laughed, and even grieved with her 1n school lifeg and now that we must part, the memory of her sportsmanship and friendship will remain with us. We, of course know that she will make the grade, and so wlmgher lots of ANN MARION DEGUTIS New Britain Conn "Ann" june 18, 1920 quiet mind is richer" Ann gives one the appearance of being a quiet-stay-at home. but we hear they: s xsn t true She is a model pupil and does the work required of her efhas a nice personality and will surely be "tops" in whatever work she chooses "Ann" is not greatly interested in the opposite sex but favor them, now and then, with her grand company Fare tha Ann and may the gods smileillxpon you! ' " 15? i -W 1 4 LEO FRANK CIESIELSKI New Britain, Conn. "GoGo" jantggry 4, 1922 "Life is a great bundle of little things" If-7 7 'VY' '15 Leo is the cute, little youngster who should spend h time running after girls as he does in running about the labolii A for new chemicals. I-le is a witty, practical joker, and a very helpful fellow. Leo expects to study chemical en ineering and his ability to identify any congpound from salt to T. N. should prove to be an invaluable asset to im. Chemistry Club PAULINE ANN DEMBOWSKI New Britain, Conn. November 2, 1920 "People in all Ways are Better than they Seem" Pauline is that girl who has written all over her, "Look, but touch not." She has the mistaken idea that all boys are pests and acts ac- cordingly, lBoys come in mighty handy, sometimes, Pauline,.,1She has a natural knack for studies and her marks are not to be f' , ed at. We wish Pauline good luck and success in her future career. ' ' ' P . 'V D--- ..,. i Q 1 W, ef' N Q, JESSIE MARGARET DESKE .New Britain, Conn. 'Jess' February 19, 1921 "Softly sptdydlld sweetly smile" Jessie is another quiet girl who is also a good sport and has many friends. She takes life easy and nothi seems to bother her. She loves to sew and is always neatly dressed. !l?ess" also spends time attending tl? movies. pla in ping-pong, and has been a very active representa- tive of the Girls' league. jessie is training for secretarial work and will undoubtedly be successful. Girls' League HUGH A. COFFEY New Britain, Conn. "Bud" December 4, 1021 " He is nearest God who knows how to be silent" Tall, blonde, good-looking and amazingly silent. "Bud" is well- liked by his friends. He is an ardent sports fan and a good baseball and tennis player. His aim is to work someday with the government and right now, the prospects appear veig.gg?ht. Blushingly friendly and sincere, mfs" Eath to the future' N n because o his unique ability to do I wit out saying anythihg, - MARION JANE DOUCHETTE New Britain, Conn. October 17, 1920 "I n quietness shall be her strength" Marion is that "cute little miss" you see strolling to her classes every day. Although Marion is a quiet person, she has made numerous friends, especially with the opposite sex. She has won the admiration of her teachers because of her excellent grades in the commercial field. Mgriorfs main ambition is to become a stenogratpher. Her employer is sure to Find in her a dependable and efficient mor er. I heap he bought-thinking it was a car. Girls' League Page fr MORRIS MICHAEL MALAKOWSKI H Springfield, Mass. "Mal' March 26 1920 "Progress is the byword of ltvtn The Mass. boy with the Bostonian accent who claims to be a man but if his mustache is a token of his manhood he is a very sad imitation All in all, he makes you feel at home and he is fairly easy to make friends with. tHe is one of the few in this school that can take a luddmg D But if you don't want to get him riled up don t dare mention that scrap JANE THERESA DOMIJAN New Britain, Conn. "jannie March 1 1920 "Quiet persons are welcomed everywhere f jane is that secluded, peaceful blonde you see running to her home room with a tardy pass. She thinks goin to school is a crime But nevertheless, she achieves good marks S e has no future plans but we wish her good luck and success in everything that she attempts MICHAEL COOKISH New Britain Conn "Cook" December 24, 1920 All succeeds with cheerful fbopleu Cookie is that tall cheery, well-known fellow who is a "Johnnie- on the spot Mike has taken up radio and has excelled both as sender and receiver and he has selected radio for his life's work. We'll soon tune in meanwhile best of success! Secretary of Radio Club Football '37 3 Track '36 PAULINE BARBARA DOMIJAN New Britain Conn "Paul" February 9, 1921 Stay on the sunny side of life" Pauline has a quiet reserve and yet is one of the nicest and gayest persons to know I-ler conversation is on the cheery side and there is never a dull moment Even though you were a stranger, you would not be for long for her laughter would soon make you eel at home. May her life continue to go along as smooth as it has been through the pre- FLORENCE THERESA DREZEK New Britain Conn Chubby" April 11, 1920 Ambition has no risk" lf you should happen to wander into a certain Ice-Cream Parlor some fine day the first thing you would notice would be the pretty brunette behind the counter She is always willing to help others at any time and this will undoubtedly aid her in her ambition to become a good nurse Good luck to her and we know that she will attain her X,fl li I I ERNEST WILLIAM CRAIG New Britain, Conn. "Ernie" November 4, 1921 "I n quiet confidence shall be his strength" "Emie," popular member of the class, is of the strong silent type, going about his tasks unassumingly. He may be found, for the most part in either of the art rooms though he finds time to do well in the remainder of his subjects. Best of luck to him, in whatever he attempts! ET HEL BEATRICE DUCH New Britain, Conn. "Duchess" ' December 28, 1920 "Dress is the style of thought" A Ethel may not be a duchess, but she certainly dresses like one. If Ethel hasn't been top-notch scholastically, she certainly has been as far as clothes and popularity go. The "Duchess" has been active in the Amphion Club, the Girls' League and recently in the Badminton Club. Ethel's interests are mainly sports and dancing. After gradua- tion, Ethel will train to be a laboratory technician, and we all wish her the best of luck. Amphion Club 5 Girls' Leagueg Badminton Club ' Page-22 .F ' ' ' - DOROTHY NELLIE DUL New Britain Conn 'Dottie" january 9, 1922 Be amiable that you may be loved" A Dot to her friends is probably one of the liveliestlgirls you'll und anywhere in or out of school. Her cheerful "Hi yaf' and brght smile are like ravs of sunshine in the dreary life of school routine. ut Dot doesn t mind school work, from all appearances she must like it since she is literally wer run with subjects. Almost anytime of the day you ll find her rushing from one end of the building to the other. Of course there is a reason you guess his name, we can't tell every- thing lf ou want a real treat, just watch "Dot" playing tennis- tenms is a right but Dot in shorts is better lt is certain her winning personality will help her to succeed in all her undertakings. JACK LEONARD CROLL New Britain Conn April 8, 1921 All must be earnest in a world like ours" ovial likeable cooperative. . .earnest, jack has become more or ess a necessary part of the june graduating class. He will be well remembered lor his discussions in Miss Harvey's Problems of Demo- cracy class which usually began "Well, as 1 understand it .... " He's adept in the art of plumbing and we shouldnt be surprised to see him -1 become one of the country s best sanitary engineers. ' FLORENCE DOROTHY DUMIN New Britain Conn Toddieu March 12, 1922 love me litlle, love me long" Toddle is a livel specimen, here, there, and everywhere, always with the same aiety cause of her many activities, she is well known among thc stu ents and faculty She plans to train at T. C. C. to become a teacher and we know she will succeed for she has personality and perseverance But we must also consider that certain young man about whom she is always talking But we do wish her happiness and success Girls League junior College Clubg Civic Forum, Newspaper Club X VERONICA FRANCES DZILENSKI New Britain, Conn. "Vera" August 10, 1922 " Never put of until tomorrow what you can do today" Veronica is a quiet sort of person, but when she does something, it means a lot. "Vera" believes in always being prepared and practices what she preaches. I-ler favorite subject is Math., and in that she excels. One of her many interests is piano playing. She plans to enter Teachers College where we are sure she will make good in her chosen career. junior College Clubg Girls' League ROBERT MALCOLM CRUM ' New Britain, Conn. "Crummie" january 8, 1922 "Personality and broinsp an unbreakable combination" "Crummie" has one of the most energetic and vivacious personali- ties in our class. "Bob" seems to take an active enjoyment in all he does, and not only his social, but also his mental activities have been outstanding. 1-le's heading for Cornell to study chemical engineering. lf success is based on true merit, "Bob" is bound to win out. Track ' I 1lPazc 71 'N 4' ANTOINETTE MARY EJZA New Britain, Conn. "Toni" March 5, 1921 " Keep smiling" "Toni" is that tall, blonde girl who is a real friend and has a smile for all. She is willing to do you a favor and when she is with you, she is all for fun and laughter. "Toni's" hobby is dressmaking at which she excels, but that certain young man seems to be absorbing her in- terest even though he is so far away. Whatever she does can be counted on, for she believes in thoroughness. With these qualities, she will go far in the world of business. HAROLD JOHN MALONE New Britain, Conn. "H.j." August ll, 1922 " He regards his friends' troubles as his own" A typical example of one who has been bitten by the "Jitter Bug" is "H, J." He trips the light fantastic thru the corridors and waves a cheery "Hello" to everyone. "Hal" has succeeded in earning two reputations, one, of being an immaculate dresser, and the other, the Winchell of his class. After graduation "Hal" expects to attend Duke University to study medicine. To a good and friendly "guy" we extend our best wishes. Amphion Club, Glee Club, Chess Club, Musical Club JUDITH ELIA New Britain, Conn. "judy" May 18, 1920 "Good words and good deeds" "Judy" is that small and dark little girl who is always seen with a smile on her face. She is full of fun, and the life of the party. "Judy" spends most of her time at a certain ice cream company and has quite a time trying to resist the temptation of eating too much of that delight ful goody but the thought of what it might do to her girlish Hgure adds the necessary strength to refrain from any such action. Good Luck, to you udy." 'S nog' - Y , Q GLADYS CONSTANCE EHRLER New Britain, Conn. "Gladie" March 4, l92l "Listening is more pleasing than talking" "Gladie" is one of those rare specie of girls who is a good listener and consequently she is well liked by everyone. Gladys has been active in the Musical Club and Girls' Lea ue during her time in high school, and has always cooperated efficiently. Scholastically, she has held her own as a business student, and no doubt this fact will aid her in her future life as a secretary. ' Orchestra, Musical Club, Girls' League SHIRLEY JEAN ERICKSON New Britain, Conn. "Skipper" July l, l92l 1 "Cloomy cares are made less by song" With flying curls, twinkling eyes, and a song in her heart, "Skipper" has danced through her school days, spilling gaiety and fun all around her. She is the possessor of a dynamic personality and lacks the ad- jective seriousness. Her future plans have not yet been outlined, but according to rumors, she may become a dental assistant. Girls' League D..-,. .. . l V1 , Alf' i 4, .,..i'- .W-.vi ,..t f . il A FRANCIS JOHN DANEK New Britain, Conn. "Coobie" Gctober l, l920 " Hold it-" When Danek comes around there always is some "shootin " going on, but don't get us wrong, it's with a camera. As most people know, Danek-alias "Coobie", alias Hadoo-won prizes for his "shots" which are deservin all the credit that we can express. He is active in sports, especially cgeckers, and is interested in girls. Interested did we say? He loves them, and he still believes that a good photographer will let his wife starve, "Click". . . . JOAN MARIE FAILLA Lawrence, Mass. "jay" April 8, 1922 "World worth thy winning" Dark-haired and bright-eyed is our joan. She's always on the run, whether it is to school, to a dance or to our local exoan has many friends, a result, no doubt, of her winning personality. e don't know what her after raduation plans are, but if our guess is right, she'll hit high in any fielg of activity. Girls' League 5 Civic Forum FELICE ANN FATICONI New Britain, Conn. May l7, 1921 "Sport that wrinkled care deridesu Felice is one of our quiet but active girls with a friendly grin for all. She mana es to reign in the upper quarter of our class and yet finds time for ger many outside activities which include swimming and acting. With all the pep she possesses, plus her determination. she is bound to succeed in her chosen work. Girls' League University. Chess Club Girls' League V Page 7 5 ORESTES MICHAEL DAVEY Hartford, Conn. "Rusty November 2 1922 " He knows what pathway leads to populartty "Rusty" is a physical David and mental Goliath His envious dimples, pleasing countenance, his scholastic attainment and his athletic ability have made him exceedingly popular with all his ac quaintances, both new and old. Since his personality is as fine as his mental achievements, he will certainly be a successful student at Yale SYLVIA SYLVAN FEIGENBAUM New Britain, Conn. August l l92l "Quiet self-control link together soul and soul Quiet as a mouse, but much better looking is Sylvia From the top of her head to the ti s of her toes, she is well groomed without a single hair out of place. ol? course that doesn't mean that she is so stand that she can't be a jitterbu . Calm and unassuming Sylvia will make her way through Business College, and through life liked by all JAMES FRANCIS DAWSON New Britain Conn film" january 21, l92l Zealous yet modest" Intelligent soft voiced industriousvat times. . .and likeable, jim majors his interests upon photography and is a member of the Senior Scouts Classmates tremble in his presence, for he's one of the editors of the gossip column in the "Review." CIt's safe to say so now.J Well best of luck in journalism, "jim," and "keep out of the Chatter- Camera Club Newspaper Club ELEANOR ROSE FOLEY New Britain Conn Chubby" April 20, 1922 Danctng is the most beautiful of the arts" Eleanor with her arms always full of books, gives the impression of a very studious person but we know differently. ln crowded cor- ridors tiny Eleanor can barely be seen. Besides her favorite pastime, she enjo s collecting poems and writing a few of her own. Although lacking uture plans at the present, we feel confident that she will succeed in whatever Field she chooses. ELIZABETH CLAIRE FORCASH ohnstown Pa "Betty" june 4, l92l Fair and good is she" A blue eyed fair haired girl is our "Betty," whom we admire for her exceedingly gay attitude toward all problems that arise. Although she is an out of town girl Betty" has lived here long enough to gain admiration both from her teachers and many friends. Her Activities as a leader of the Y have been many. I-lere's wishing her success and happiness in her future plan, as a stenographer. ' l .. fr , 'P' ALFRED JOSEPH DELLAFELICE New Britain, Conn. "Dugan" May 23, 1920 "Born to sing, to dress and to dance" "Al," a likeable chap with a very pleasing personality, is an ardent follower of football, scholastic, collegiate and professional-and is one of our outstanding authorities in sport. He gets along well with the fairer sex and is often seen swirlin about a dance floor. If he's as adept in life as in dancing, we realize hal? "Hop" to success. Footballg Trackg Young Men's Clubg Stamp Club JEANNE MARY FORTIN New Britain, Conn. "Becky" April 19, 1921 "She is pretty to walk with, And Witty to talk with, And pleasant, too, to think on" jeanne, the girl with that slow smile and those big brown eyes is quite familiar to many of us. "Becky's" chief worries in her higlh school career have been English and Chemistry but for all that, she as come out on top. Lately she has had that far away look in her eye, can it be that tall, blonde fellow with whom we have seen her? geanne is thinking seriously of being a nurse and we do think she will e a good and pretty one. We all wish you success, Jeanne. Girls' League Page 76 DOROTHY ELIZABETH FRIGO New Britain, Conn. "Do" july 12, 1921 "A merry heart that laughs at care" Outstanding as a dancer, an amateur photographer, a tennis and badminton player, is attractive Dorothy. That's quite a list of activities for anyone and she hasn't slacked in her school work, either. She has one very special interest, too, and we don't mean her mother! looks forward to a business career and with her ability and personality, we know she will find it, meaning of course, success. Badminton Club, Girls' League JOSEPH RAYMOND D'ERRICO New Haven, Conn. "jo jo" February 2, 1920 "Often of great utility is a good joke" "joe" is the boy with the flowing, dark hair who reminds us of a gifted professor. He is spiked with umor, finding much material in the antics of his fellow students, his practical jokes always have his friends moving, even though he is the "Stepin Fetchet" of the class. Good luck to im! GLADYS MARGARET GARUTI New Britain, Conn. "Lal" December 27, 1920 "One absolutely unselfish friend" "Lal" is a friendly, good natured, attractive brunette, who can't refuse anyone a favor. Consequently, her friends are many. Who's the lucky fellow that can be seen at your house every night? Oh you won't talk eh! "Lal's" ambition is to be an office worker and we wish you a lot of luck. Girls' League of ours. perhaps it's a secret. Girls' League Dana -1-r WILLIAM DONALD CLARK New Britain, Conn. "Bill" May 14 1921 "Brevity is the soul of wit Witty and cheerful, Clark is the boy who always squirms out of tight spots with his ever ready smile However whenever theres work to be done he digs right in and does it Billiards and bowling are his favorite pastimes and he also finds time for dancing With such diversified interests, he should quickly succeed in this scrambled world ROSE BARBARA GERAGOSIAN New Britain, Conn. March 5 1921 " Humour which gains force by unusualness Rose has been endowed with a very great sense of humor Wherever you may hear a giggle, there you're bound to find Rose We cl like to know how she manages to keep so effectively every curl in place or By the way, just who at present is the current boy friend or is that a secret, too? Good luck to you, Rose in your chosen career as an office worker and may you never ose your endless gaiety N-, . EDWARD ROBERT "DiFRANZO New Britain, Conn. "Eddie" December 25, 1919 "Experience is 99'Zy of success" Wierd but intriguing sounds emerge from a piano when "Eddie" runs his Fingers over a keyboard. He is a young man with a very promis- ing future in that greatest of all the arts Music. "Eddie's" talent as a pianist and composer was brought to the public's eye at the last Musical Club Concert. His success, there, was a fitting keynote to his future life. High School Band, Glee Club ELISE DOROTHY GLABAU New Britain, Conn. December 14, 1921 "People are always curious when a kttle in love" This comely German miss certainly follows in the footsteps of her native country's leader, not as a conqueror of nations but a conqueror of hearts, one in particular. Although Elise is seen carryin a pile of books to and from school everyday, she does very little actual studying, but she has mana ed a business course admirably. Good taste in clothes and a preference For the nicer things in life are characteristics of Elise. Whatever your future plans are, we know you will succeed, Elise. Girls' League ZELDA GOLDSTEIN Brooklyn, N. Y. "Zee" April 15, 1922 " Her locks were like the raven" You have seen her going through the halls in school with a big smile and a cheery hello to everyone. Her beautiful black hair, which is the envy of all, and pretty brown eyes have attracted many admirers and friends. "Zee" has left a trail of good marks behind her as a reminder of her participation in the business course. Because of this, Zelda is sure to be a success either as a stenographer or as a hairdresser. ' l l MARION ELIZABETH GONIBATZ New Britain, Conn. "Maykay" September 15, 1921 "Her joy is youthful sports" Marion, called "Maykay" by her more intimate friends, is the sort of person we all enjoy having around, for besides being a pleasing com- panion, she is a sincere pal. Marion is fond of sports, especially football, and M always be found at the games, in rain or shine. This causes us to w , r if "You've got to be a football hero" has anything to do with t ' strong affection for the pig-skin. Marion hopes to continue her secretarial studies and we all wish her the best of luck. Girls' League HELEN MARYANN GONDEK New Britain, Conn. "Lennie" january 9, 1922 "Sweet and shy" Helen, "Lennie" to us, is a very bright girl with a happy perso V ity. lf you want any questions answered, just ook up "Lennie" She , A at First sight, but once acquainted, "Lennie" uses her charm. is short and sweet in all her ways and is now thinkirg of a career as a teacher. We are sure she'll pull through in T. C. . and also in her future years. We are wishing her luck and, also, patience with our future children, her future pupils. junior College Club, Girls' League ., , , y A I Z..-2 .... :fy - D,...,. -o l 'O PIERRE JOHN DIONNE w New Britain, Conn. "Pete" May Tl, 1920 "Never less alone than when alone" "Pete" is as tall and lithe as an Indian, He enjoys doing things for others, and he is always willing to give up his time when needed. He is "that kid on the bike," which is his one joy, but in this last semester, he has retumed to walking. lt must be the scenery Ol As presidht of the Civic Forum, he has come in contact with many new rsoriages, and this will surely place him in good standing when he Magis his way into the world. Good luck, to him! President of Civic Forum, Boys' Leagueg Inter-mural League Y MARGARET JEAN VIVIAN GOOBY New Britain, Conn. "Peg" july 6, 1921 "Good things come in little packages" She is a girl well known among her friends becauk' of her quiet sereneness and well groomed appearance. There was a certain fellow in Miss Proctor's room in whom she has been interested. Guess Who? We all agree she does not attend the Baptist Church Exercises for the spiritual uplift she will get. We've enjoyed your friendship "Peg" and we wish you all the luck in the world in your future days in college. Junior College Clubg Girls' Leagueg Glee Clubs AGNES MARIE GOODWIN New Britain, Conn. December 9, 1920 "Slowly but Surely" You don't need glasses to see A nes's grand personality. She is a true friend and an active member ofg many school activities. Of course Agnes is rarely on time, but we always forgive her, knowing that she must have more important things on her mind, such as someone in her Math. class. lf you happen to be near the Colle e of New Rochelle, stop and see Agnes carrying off all the honors andg perhaps a Rutgers man. Girls' Leagueg junior College Club Young Men's Club of her high school days. Girls' League Page 70 LESTER DOLINSKY New Britain, Conn. "Les" june 5 1920 "Beal it oul-- "Les" has afforded us a great deal of pleasure during his stay at high school with his adroit manipulations of the drumsticks in a local orchestra. His vacuous but friendly smile is often seen in the corridors What little time he has left oveglsapplied stucliously to his homework If "Les" keeps on this way he's afure bet to succeed in life GENEVIEVE MARIE GORSKI New Britain, Conn. "jean' July 21 1920 "Quietness is best Here we have one of our cgiieter members who is a conscientious student and well liked by all. he always comes to class prepared and is willing to do homework, but when a fiction book catches he ,Yes good-bye homework! "jean" plans to enter the nursing p on and we hope that her popularity as a nurse will equal if not exdl t se SOPHIE MARION GREGORZEK New Britain Conn "Sally" july 24, 1921 A good sport makes life worthwhile" Sallv is a grand girl who is very studious and manages to shine in all of her subjects Her hobbies vary and any thing goes as long as there is a good Joke in it Sally" intends to enter the business world. May you ride along the road of success with by ways of fame and pleasure Best of Luck Sally ROBERT GEORGE DONAHUE New Britain Conn "Bob" August 24, 1921 To cultivate the mind with honorable arts ..,. " Bob is one of the most studious and industrious members of his class To him school work is a welcome task, which he performs wholeheartedly and enthusiastically. Aside from knowing all about swin Bob is our exponent of snappy dress. fRumor Alley says it must e those cute llttle somethings he knows so welll Aspiring to be a teacher Bob because of his indefatigable zeal, is bound to succeed and receive the plaudits of his colleagues. RUTH WINIFRED GUSTAFSON Hartford Conn 'Snooksn September 21, 1922 Sweet and pure and fair" Ruth is another one of the popular belles of New Britain High. Ruth s current heart interest is a certain member of the Murphy family but nevertheless poor Dick has quite a problem keeping tabs on his popular Ruthie as she has y acquaintances. We feel sure that she will succeed in the future a business career and we all wish her 5 fi was 1 -y 1 MARY MADELINE GYURCO Kensington, Conn. "Madge" August 19, 1921 "Study to be quiet" Mary is one of our quieter classmates who comes from Kensington. She is a typical high school studentg putting school work before pleasure. ln her three years with us she has proved her worth by inning marks in stenography that are the envy of all. This has undou tedly been the reason she has decided to become a stenographer.,We know that she will fulfill all of our expectations. Girls' League ' SHIRLEY LORRAINE HANCOCK New Britain, Conn. V September 5, 1921 "She speaketh notg and yet there lies a conversation in her eyes" , Shirley needs no introduction, for her rare smile is like a pearl amoH oyster shells, and how does she keep that band-box appearance? Shirley is usually loaded down with books but we wonder if she doesn't think more of a certain fellow at M. l. T. than of homework. Shirley expects to train to be a nurse at the Methodist Hospital. Here's hoping she has lots of luck: Girls' League, junior College Club, Amphion Club Page 8o 5 V GLADYS ANN HARTNETT New Britain, Conn. "Glad" September 18, 1921 "Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone" "Glad" would make a marvelous policeman, for when she pops into the vicinity, all traffic automatically halts. Gladys is a witty Irish Lass, whose humorous remarks and cheerful manner win many friends for her. Many of the articles in the "Review" have been products of Gladys' pen as she is a skillful and clever writer. She is planning to follow along this line by taking a course in journalism at Ohio Uni- versity where we are sure she will succeed. , Press Clubg Girls' League LEONARD WILLIAM DORSEY New Britain, Conn. "Pop" March 26, 1922 "Vast and inextinguishable laughter .... " A redhead with a flair for practical jokes, entertaining, enfjoyable and very amusing-this, and even more, is "Pop" Dorsey. His avorite pastime is swimming and constantly keeping his listeners in an uproar. His conscientious e ort to do a thing well and that outstanding trait of character for which he will be long: remembered, his kind humor, will undoubtedly be of great value to " op" in his quest for prosperity. MARJORIE ELIZABETH HAWKESWORTH Worcester, Mass. April 30, 1921 , D "Sparkling and bright" Ma full of fun and those dark brown e es are alwa s s ark 1:10. A y y P - lin . is pleasant, and ever present. She enjoys the company of her friends immensely. Being a lieutenant in one of our localw scout troops, takes much of er time. Her ambition is to become nurse. Being very determined, we know she will succeed. The best o luck, Marjorie! Girls' League, Glee Club success will be yours. Varsity Basketball '37, '38, '39 n .. 1 .4 ELEANOR LOUISE HAZEN Middletown, Conn. "Elle" March 20 1921 "A gay .sprightly person of mirth and social eave Eleanor is that good-natured and happv girl who is well liked by all of her acquaintances. "Elle" spends her evenings taking care of a child of the masculine sex over twenty-one years of age and she is progressing rapidly. She engoys sports of all kinds and spends much of her time in that way. tick to your business career Elle and Glee Club, Girls' Leagueg Musical Club ANDREW PETER ADAMOWICZ New Britain, Conn. "Regan" january 71 1921 "One for and all for one Andrew takes his time in ' everything but when he s on the basketball Hoor he seems remarlca y swift In the Industrial Art room he spent most of his spare time working on an ingenious project He has the reputation of "The man never seen with the opposite sex Business is his ambition, and may he be a Big Shot some day JULIUS JOHN ESMAIL New Britain, Conn. "Caesar" February 8, 1921 "Music is the universal language" Here, without further introduction, we have the foremost exponent of the swing mania now sweeping the country. Swing bands, swing music and everything swings in a responsive chord in his ears. But aside from this, julius is a serious chap who never fails to do his share of worrying about his work. Now that' he's graduating, he will have more time to continue his 'llitterbuggin' " while we watch him swing! MARGARET MARY HEATH New Britain, Conn. "Peg" October 7, 1920 "She lives in a crowd ofjollltyu Big-hearted, unselfish, jolly, "Peg" is always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. She always has a word of advice or encourage- ment to offer to all. Her policy is that a smile is much more worthwhile than a frown. With this policy through life, "Peg," we know you will make a success as a telephone operator. Secretary of Civic Forum, Girls' League SHIRLEY LEONA HEIN New Britain, Conn. "Shirl" October 3,1921 "Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well" Shirley is a tall, industrious girl and one who is always willing to help. Mr. Mirliani found her an excellent addition to the Musical Club. "Shirl" finds that cooking is the way to the butcher's heart. She also enjoys sports, especially swimming and dancing. The stenographical position for which she is waiting will probably come her way before 1 long. Keep up the good work, "Shirl," and opportunity will be knocking . Girls' League, Glee Club, Musical Club ' ROY EMIL FABIAN New Britain, Conn. "Manger" 3. july 16, l92l "Rugged of body as well as of brdinu Roy is an unassuming football hero whose popularity extends to both sexes. Besides having a well-developed body, Roy has a well- developed mind. His scholastic achievement is something to be proud of. Besides his other activities, Roy has always found time for "her" and dancin . He intends to go to colle e and with a record such as the one he has iehincl him, we know he'll ie a credit to our class. Football , Basketball DOROTHY GERTRUDE HINTZ New Britain, Conn. "Dot" October 18, 1921 "It's good to be merry and wise It's good to be honest and true," "Dot" certainly i pal. She always greets ou with a cheery "Hi" and a great big smileiing very studious, she has received many good marks. She is especially interested in Mathematics. "Dot" is a jolly, fun loving person, a good sport, and a true friend. We hear she is an excellent seamstress. We don't know what plans you have for the future, "Dot," but smooth sailing anyway! Girls' League, Musical Club 3 Glee Club, Badminton Club, junior College Club, Senior Advisor 1 n.n ' WILLIAM GEORGE FITZGERALD East Bristol Conn "Bill" December 17, 1919 Gentleman is written legibly on his brow" A gentleman and a scholar No phrase is more suitable to describe Bill His quiet unassumin manner, his cooperative spirit have kept him high in the esteem of is fellow students and his teachers. His scholastic record has been fine and perhaps someday we may find him teaching Latm in which he excels. ELLA MARGARET I-IOCKMUTH New Britain Conn Hockieu December 7. 1920 3 A Quiet Mind is Richer than a Crown" l Ella is one of our quiet conservative girls often seen in the company f ij B She takes a great interest in our Glee Clubs. Occasionally, she bursts out with a comical ditty. Her time seems to be quite taken up with the Rainbow yet she manages to make allowances for her dates. Ella we wish you the best of luck in your nurse's career. We know you'll RUTH FRANCES HOFFMAN Meriden Conn ' October 16, 1921 A merry heart doeth good" Ruthie is that tall girl with the stalwart stride. She can be seen at any hour of the day reciting French rules throuiglliout the corridors. During special periods she can be seen adorning r. Youngs room. Ruthies favorite male name is Herbie but she can't decide whether its Herbie of Weaver High or Herbie of the University of North Carolina that holds the uppermost portion of her heart. Good luck at business school Ruthie and may you straighten out your love affairs Girls League junior College Club A ,., :t ,nw ., 'ggx T if 5 MARCUS HART FLEITZER New Britain, Conn. "Flouse" june 8, 1921 A'Everything about him is handsome" "Mark" is a tall, handsome, genial fellow whose personality radi- ates throughout the school. Music has been his "forte" and he was also exceedingly active in the field. Socially speaking "Mark" has also been very active, and he is bound to go far in college and life. Glee Club, Musical Clubg Bandg Orchestra RUTHE M. HOULIHAN New Britain, Conn. " Hooley" February 21, 1919 n "Look in thy heart and write" "Hooley," who' was transferred to us in her junior year, is one of our envied students. She is not only brilliant but also ver popular among her classmates. Ruthe, who is your tall, handsome beau? We wish you loads of luck and know you will succeed in a career of writing. Amphion Clubg Girls' League, Red and Gold Review 1 1555? 1' ll RUSSELL BUTTERFIELD FLETCHER New Britain, Conn. "Russ" january 22, 1920 "Mislike me not for your complexion" "Russ" is the young man who has been often seen hustling through the halls to see his faculty friend. Being a skiing enthusiast and paper carrier, he is out of doors a good part of the time which probably accounts for his "school-girl complexion." l-lis ability as a student has shown in spots, but has not equaled his ability for making friends with faculty and students. Best of fortunes to him. JOHANNA KATHRYN HUDAK New Britain, Conn. "jo" May l, 1921 " Her joy of youthful sports" "jo" has a time and place for everything. Although her studies are the least of her worries, she always manages to get by. Always willing to help her friends, she has made many in her three-year stop in the high school. Besides her school activities, she is interested in all kinds of sports. Her one desire is to be a great pianist. I-lere's wishing MARY LOUISE IGOE New Britain, Conn. December 21, 1921 "A smile never hurts" ' Mary is that cute, chubby girl who's always laughing at something, funny or not. This popular miss may be seen wherever the crowd is, and she is usually the center of attraction. Marys a neat dresser, a neat little dancer, and a member of the Burke family has been giving her feet a whirl at the recent dances. Although she is a talented artist and has drawn several of the school's best posters, she does not intend to follow that as a career but will turn to dental hygiene. junior College Clubg Girls' League ,IOANNE V. INSALACO New Britain, Conn. Ujoann February 27, l92l 'Joy must be shared to be won" Here is one young lady who stands out in a crowd because she's so jolly. Perhaps that's the reason why her friends call her jo ' for short. She has done much to make our school years complete and has a deep appreciation for studies. No class or even a gossip circle could possibly be boring with "jo" in it. By the way, we hear your ambition is to be a private secretary. And why not? You'd make an excellent one. Go to it, HJC... Girls' League GENEVIEVE RUTH ISKRA New Britain, Conn. "Genie" May ll, 1922 "1 am not of that feather to shake of my friend when he must need me" She may he tall and lanky, but she's got a heart of gold! Ever willinig to help others out of trouble, she always keeps her own to hersel . Shes persistent, never gives up what she starts. "Genie" is also inter- ested in mufic which probably accounts for her being such a talented pianist and an ardent radio listener. After hearing that she has won a pen for honors in stenography, we all hope she fulfills our expecta- tions as a future office worker. Girls' League l'L..-,. 0 . ESTHER AGNES JASKOT Meriden Conn March 29, 1921 There tt nothtng so much as a real friend." lhere is no need to tell you that she makes friends quickly. She has been active both socially and scholastically. However, Esther exgects to become a teacher or a stenographer but whatever she under- ta es we know her modest ways and determination will aid her in accomplishin big thin s later on. Why have Esther's eyes such a far away loo latelyi uld it be a certain interest at Boston Uni- JOHN BALKUN, Jr. New Britain Conn Cu.-ly" September 24, 1920 Every man a volume unto himself " No man gets more enjoyment from living than "Curly," Watch those mischievous sparl-ling eyes. "Curly" has studied drafting at the lrade School and has studied at the High School. He hopes to attend a technical school to study aviation. DOROTHY EDNA JOHNSON New Britain C onn "Dot" September 13, 1921 Art it the painting ofthe soul" Dot our industrious little artist is one of the few who is willing to accept responsibility and then accomplish a perfect piece of work. She is also a great lover of sports and dancing. Her numerous acquaint- ances not only include girls but many cf the opposite sex where she has captured several hearts With her congenial personality and her art abilitv she will undoubtedly find a high place in the world. Cirls League Representative, Editorial Staff of Beehive ELIZABETH JOHNSON New Britain, Conn. "Liz" , May 28, 1921 "Laughing lips and roguish eyes" When you hear someone laughing heartily look up, and if you see a girl with the "skin you love to touch" and twinkling blue eyes, that's "Liz," She knows how to be serious though, about her school work, in which she excels, and about one of our class officers-you know which one, with whom she also does very well. All kiddin aside, "Liz" is a swell pal as all of her many friends know. We'll be Eearing about you during and after your stay at Bay Path. Junior College Club: Girls' Leagueg Women's Glee Clubg Mixed Glee Club, Musical Clubg Class Night Committee: Senior Advisor JOHN STANLEY GADZIK New Britain, Conn. "Curly" April 13, 1921 "Diligence is mother of good fortune" Ambitious. . .good sport. . .quiet. . industrious. . .reliablc, "Curly" is the most serious minded manager under Coach Shea. Adept at both baseball and football, he has nevertheless given preference to his studies, rather than to any one sport. He will be long remembered for the cleanliness of the locker rooms in his regime and if they are any indication "Curly" will go far in this game of life. Manager of Athletics-funder Mr. Sheaj F 1 Page 81 K 4,,Q ,,.:t , 1 ., N ,, , is Y ,,,,,,5.,.-4 . 5 . ,A A , ,., W., Q ., we lf-f . 1 1 Mig? Ja .What :mr if SQ V' W' nw-.,. Y Efsyf l,,,f" 1 fi - ..g: :ss 'l""" . -vQzL2s why X ' is We -Z.:sa:.,gv:2iR. - 1 r',j3-.415 5 sign gw1:,?.::.:If2?fa?2. - ' r it ,sf . - f A ELLA MARIE JOHNSON New March 21, 1922 want a thing done, do it yourself " to be another Professor of Mathematics, turns problems to solve. Her full curricula, many friends filled her days at the Senior High be seen at the dances at the "Y" Saturday at the Candy Box with another blonde, sipping Oran e-ades. promises to fulfill all of our hopes, so, here's good luck to you in your future school-marm days. Girls' League, Civic Forum GEORGE GERALD GENTILE New Britain, Conn. "Gent" May 29, 1921 "Nothing said, something gained" "Gent" is a very quiet and serious lad who is well-liked by everyone because of his eagerness and sincerity. He enjoys all sports but gives preference to football. "Gent" is looking forward to furthering his education in some higher institution of learning. A student, who is as sincere in his efforts as "Gent" is, is bound to succeed and we his class- mates, all join in wishing him the best of luck. Football, Track HARRIET ELENORE JOHNSON Otisville, New York "Swede" October 23, 1920 "Blue eyes seek the west" Harriet is that blond girl who is seen a great deal at the school cafeteria. She is the type of girl that will alwa s bring life to a party. Harriet adores cowboys and western music. Elo doubt, some day she will make her home in the west. No matter where you go though, you will surely take success along with you. Girls' League Girls' League New Britain, Conn. "Slim" enslaved by women's wiles. Young Mens Club Page 86 VERONICA DORIS KACINSKAS New Britain, Conn. "Ronnie" Septeri.-:QW 15, 1921 "An idler to the busy world" " "Ronnie" is a patron to the Hartford theatres rather than to our own New Britain theatres. Who is it that keeps her busy on Saturday nights? She also spends much of her time at the Y. W. C. A. "Ronnie" knows that she is one swell girl. She intends to be either a stenographer or to do office work, and we know she'll succeed. CARMIN JOHN GIARDINO January 3, 1921 "A man's a man for a' that" Shy, retiring, when there are girls around, Carmin comes into his own when with the "fellows," He usually can be found sipping a milk- shake at Liggetts with LeRoy and Bob and many's the time he has a coke on the cuff. A man's man is Carmin, and God grant that he is not PAULINE JEAN KALENTKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Polly" july 27, 1921 "Friendship is a sheltering tree" Blonde, and intelligent, is this little girl. She has been a good friend to many during her school years and has added reatly to many a gathering. Perhaps she was just practicing that smile on us to make a success of her future work as a nurse. She ought to prove a success in this field because of her fine and pleasing personality. Girls' League LYDIA LORETTA KANOWICK Meriden, Conn. "Lit" july 9, 1921 "The gay laugh of pleasure. . Lydia is an all around athlete. Many envious eyes have azed on her for her ability to take part in any sport from swimming toiaseball. She is a barrel of fun, and can always be depended upon for being a live wire to any gathering. She has the knack of being cheerful and greeting all wit a friendly smile. Her friends are many. Lyclia's am-- ition is in the business Held so here's to her success. Girls' League HYMAN GINSBURG New Britain, Conn. "Hymie" August 25, 1921 "Gods Gift to the Women" Hyman is the other half of the "telephone team" of Ginsbur and Bosco. Women have not been Hyman's only friends for he also loved his books and knowledge seems to fill his cranium night and day. With an excellent scholastic record and an outstanding personality, Hyman seems to be headed for great achievements. Civic Forumg Press Clubg Historical Fiction Club Girls' League Girls' Leagueg Civic Forum Y Page 87 JANE BARBARA PALMER New Britain, Conn. "Bobbie September I 1921 "Distinguish yourself in your work jane's favorite song is "Always and Always when with a certain gentleman. Cheerful and gay is "Bobbie and alwa s on the go She ikes to dance and is a very good sportswoman Her riendship is never hard to win. She studies diligently and does good work She plans to enter business college after graduation and we know she ll succeed after doubling up so successfu ly and graduating with us SOPHIA ELIZABETH KARLONAS New Britain, Conn. "Sue" August 22 1921 "Make haste to laugh at everything "Sue" can always be recognized by her giggle at any time of the day or at any place. She has no worry that is so reat as to give her the "blues" We wonder if she really wi l accomplis her aim in life to be an office worker. Have you heard her tell about the singer who causes her heart strings to tangle with his astounding voice' All kidding aside, "Sue's" a jolly person to look up when dull moments appear f' ' Qff' 8. 'n ' '5' gr 'F Tis 1 , . if 3 it f, .N v ARTHUR GITTLEMAN New York N. Y. "Pat" September 25, 1922 H His wit is most sharp sauce" Prompt ..popular. . .and dependable is Art. Consideration is also among his virtues, and so much so that he asked a girl to the "Prom" about three months ago-fa pretty lass in eleventh gradej His sparkling wit has been often witnessed in Mr. Quimby's Problems Class., It is possible that soon he may be at the head of a prospering coal business, so best of luck to him, CLARA JESSIE KARPICZ Newington Conn. january 5, 1921 "Swing sweetly and brightly smile" Clara IS a jolly, fun-loving girl well liked by her teachers and fellow students Although coming from Newington, Clara gives an impression of being a real New Britainite, because of her fun-loving spirit. She said Newington turns out quiet people-one look at Clara and the expression becomes falsely worded. Girls League LEOCADIA SALLY KATA New Britain, Conn. "Leo" December 29, 1919 " Her personal charm and winning smile" ls she shy? Don't let that blush fool you! "Leos" one of those lucky girls who have naturally rosy cheeks. And that sneaky, little dimple ooh la la! Her favorite pastime is the movies. Simply visit one of the theatres and you'l1 meet our little bundle of personality plus. We wonder what draws her to Shelton so often? But then maybe it's business eh? Heres wishing you the best of luck, i'Leo." Girls League PAUL BERT GODWIN Clifton, N. J. "Bert" August 16, 1920 "A wise man is often silent" A member of the silent class, i'Bert" has all of the accompanying qualities-modesty, oonservativeness. He is widely known for his stellar performances as a track man, and for his work 'as the head of the "Royal Roman Navy." lf he's as persistent and consistant in life's undertakings, as in his hobby of butterfly collecting, he should quickly succeed. Track, Minerology Society MARY DOROTHY KELAHER New Britain, Conn. April 15, 1921 "Sweet and fair she seems to be" Mary is a girl with a winning smile and pleasing personality. She has hosts of friends and what is more, she can keep them. Mary isn't much for homework but manages to pass with flying! colors. Most of her spare time is spent on finding ways of entertaining er many friends, and bringing together numerous others for good times. In your Hair for making people at ease, and your own sweet distinction, may life treat you kindly, Mary. .Junior College Clubg Girls' Leagueg Badminton Club Pnap R8 I ,. ll , 1 ' i' F if ji' STANLEY LEO GRABOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Grady" March 7, 1922 "Big things come in small packages" Stan, or "Grady," as he is known to almost all his friends, is our little class wit, whose antics are known to everyone. When Stan gives his residenoefas the higllw school the visitor has to look twice to be sure he isn't seeing things. is hobbies include fishing, and tramping in the woods. Stan appears too young to face the future, but looks are de- ceiving. He has a head start and fortune will be his. GRACE CATHERINE KELLY New Britain, Conn. july lo, 1920 "Long lives a merry heart" Grace is a charming girl with the sunny disposition and friendly personality. She is fond o swimming, tennis and dancing. Her favorite subject is typewriting and Grace plans to enter the business field after graduation. We know that she will succeed and that her new friends, will find her a friend worth knowing. The best of luck for a successful career. Girls' League LORETTA MILDRED KELLY New Britain, Conn. "Larry" February 2, l922 "Dancing is life itself" Loretta, while enjoying membership in numerous organizations, still finds time to devote to her favorite sport, dancing. She also enjoys football and reading. 'lhese activities do not, apparently, lead her to neglect her schoo work because she excels in English and History, She has a pleasing personality and is an altogether charming person, as all of her friends and teachers can testify. You most certainly have our best wishes for whatever the future has in store for you. Girls' League, Historical Fiction Club he's bound to succeed. Girls' League l Page SQ EDMUND JOSEPH GUTOWSKI Easthampton, Mass. "Pooch' February l l92l "It is energy that produces the miracles This hard working energetic young man known as Pooch to his multitudinous friends, is one of the reasons why our gridiron opponents thcifight twice before they "bucked" the line His favorite drudgery is ath at which he expects to continue at the Coast Guard Academy in New London. Lots of luck to him in his future endeavor in which Football, Baseball, Basketball Manager VIVIAN JEWEL KIERNAN New Britain, Conn. "Viv" une 23 l92l "The best is not always the biggest "Viv" is the petite red-head from Plainville whose quietness in school is misleading to many people. She is a ver demure young ladv in class but quite t e life of the party outside iv is very interested in art work and dress designing. Although Viv is undecided about her after-graduation plans, with her many fine qualities she should go far toward attaining success. Good Luck Viv 1 1 ,Q E . E Gal., .1 . . 1. -I R r'Zrs..l' F J., ,,,, ,,. '- 'f , 'R' :if Q.--Q' . 'S--"ei'f5i. , sv -' H 51 i N .... .. SOPHIE ANN KONDRACKI New Britain, Conn. "Chubby" january 3, 1921 "She greets you with a smile" Here is "Chubby", a brunette with brown eyes, and a smile which is quite noticeable and enviable. But behind all this charm lies the hidden fear of answering questions in her Problems class. You can just imagine how that hour seems to her. She's an average student, doing her work diligently and still having time for her outside activities. Her future as far as we know, is not decided-maybe she's waiting for that certain someone to come along to decide it for her. Girls' League ROBERT EDWARD HARRIS New Britain, Conn. "Bob" October 4, 1921 "Modesty is an ornament people can do well without" 'iBob" was shy when he entered N. B. H. S., but, Oh! How he has changed. He was a triple-threat with the women, faculty and football opponents. His outstanding performance in the National Champion- ship game was a credit to himself and the school. "Bob" is going to an institution of higher learning before going out to conquer the world. Football CECILIA JOSEPHINE KONIK New Britain, Conn. "Connie" March 12, 1921 "What is so sweet and dear." A sweet girl who entered with all the freshmen in 1936 and who turned out to be one of the wisest having been on the honor roll during her entire high school years. Her popularity has kept her in great de- mand. She has an attractive personality, coupled with a pretty face and a very charming way of talking and doing things. No matter what her future plans may be, we all wish her the best of luck, always. Civic Forum, Girls' League Girls' League Pn ue nn MARY ANN KORZYNSKI New Britain, Conn. "Iris" August 6 1920 "A sense of humour is the balance of all the faculties Who's that little bunch of personality in the second period English class? One of the ablest persons for cheering up a sulky heart Mary has a wonderful sense of humor and her hair is the envy of every girl A perfect dresser and a good student, as she is it won t be hard for her to find her place in li e. Our best wishes go with you Mary' Girls' League, Home Economics Club HELEN MARY KOSINSKI New Britain, Conn. "Edgee" October 31 1921 "Combine all beauty, art and wisdom Dancing feet, jollyness, neatness, plus attractiveness and wisdom can any better combination be found anywhere' Helen possesses all of these besides enjoying unlimited popularity Not only is she popular but pretty as well-what more can anyone ask of a life long com panion. The line forms at the right, boys She just can t fail if she keeps up at this pace and we hope she will dance her way through life WILLIAM ALEXANDER HILL New Britain Conn "Bill" December 6, l920 A young man who blushes is better than one who turns pale." Bill is a quiet industrious boy who reminds the onlooker of a college professor He is of the serious type and one who is always ready for a good laugh Bill finds his enjoyment in playin the piano, but he hopes someday to be a radio announcer. Once he Fgxes his mind on something he usually succeeds so we'll be tuning in on him soon. AZA ELIZABETH KRIKORIAN New Britain Conn 'Corkyn February 27, l92l A friend tn need is afriend indeed" Corky is a very kind and generous friend and is always willing to hel anyone Aza is also another very studious girl. When she comes into c ass at eight o clock she sits down to her desk and gets to work. Because of this we know that Aza will succeed in business college in Girls League Representativeg Badminton Club MONICA BARBARA KRYSZTOPIK New Britain Conn Monnien April l,, 1922 Speak little and to the point" Monica is one student who always thinks of nothing but herltudies. She hopes to be a bookkeeper and we know that she will be successful. Monica enjoys dancing good music and the very best types of books. She is known fo both young men and women in school and is always ready to help any one in need Good luck to you Monica in the future. i r RALPH JOSEPH ANDREACCHIO St. Catherine, Italy "Andy" September 6, 1920 "Quiet but deep!" J-.Z . - "Andy" has been a student both at the High School ' rade School. While at Trade School he has studied mechanical d ' ' . He hopes to study with some technical school. ' Basketball S. T. S. 3gN. B. S. T. S. A. A. 2, 3, 4 4'- SOPHIA MARY KRYSZWIK if New Britain, Conn. "Christie" May'l7, 1920 "Sing us now a tender song" Sophia is a tall brunette girl with a beautiful contralto voice which she does not conceal. Who is the great "attraction" in a certain store that Igets you all-a-flutter? She has a charming personality and a capa- city or making friends which will lead her far in the future. She intends to gg to Moody's. The best of luck in eitltr the musical or business wor . Girls' League ,Q fl A.. Page 9 1 I - MORTON P. IKOWITZ New Britain Conn "Ike" March 8, 1922 A man of mirth and social ease" Ike IS the good looking easy-going chap whose two hobbies are girls and basketball Although he looks quiet and serene, his abundant supply of mirth and his unbounded personality bubble forth at the least opportunity Whether dribbling with a basketball or Hshaigin' down" Ike is just about tops His future plans are unknown, ut we wish him all the contentment and happiness that he now enjoys. ROSE RITA KULAKAUSKAS New Britain Conn Andie" February 25, l921 Fun grows fast and furious" Rose is what you would call "an all around girl." Although it wasnt homework that took up her time, 'iAndie" was always kept busy by a boy named Fd She may appear to be a quiet girl in school, but she is marvelous fun,,at parties, etc. Once upon a time we thought Rose wa going to be a school teacher but now we think she's decided to enter the business world However, she might surprise us and follow in her father s footsteps and become one of the leading florists of Con- necticut Well heres good luck to you, Rose, and may you succeed junior College Club Girls League CATHERINE ANNE KUNZE New Britain Conn 'Kayu july 4, 1921 Peace and calm and quiet" Yes that tall blonde is Kay." She goes her own way quietly and inconspicuously She may be quiet at first but when you really get acquainted you see some of her fine qualities. She has a fine sense of loyalty and is a great pal Too bad there aren't more like her. We know some day Kay you ll make a man a Fine wife, so more power ' RICHARD HAROLD JAMES ' New Britain, Conn. flesseu August 26, l92l "Too much time in studies is sloth" Cheerful. . .happy-go-lucky. . .and enjoyable+this lad also has a serious side, and manages to spend considerable time for his studies. He is usually a very interested spectator at most of the scholastic athletic events. His pet peeves, by the way, are "crabby teachers and the two bell system." Planning to take up chemistry for his vocation, we know he will succeed soon. CELIA MARION LABIENIC New Britain, Conn. "Cel" February 12, 1920 "When there's a will, there's a way" A smile, a cheery word, and always in a hurry, 'is "Cel." She is a blond and is a fine actress playing the role of life. She is very studious as most of her time is spent in preparation of her school work, She is planning to beoome a secretary and we know it won't be long before "Cel" will be someone's very efficient secretary. Pane oz 1 MABEL VIRGINIA LANDON New Britain, Conn. "jirmy" April 14, 1921 " Her hair is like a glorious cloud" "jinny's" lovely blonde hair is the envy of all of us. "jinny" is a happy, good looking young lady with a friendly "hello" for everybody. She is a ways willing to take time to listen to other people's troubles. even though she may have some of her own. Church activities, Rainbow Girls, and dances keep her busy, but we know she does every job well. With such characteristics, we know she will go far in developing a wider circle of friends. Girls' League LYDIA CELE LAPINSKI New Britain, Conn. "Lyndy" November 23, 1920 lf knowledge is the food of life, lel it be mine" Skip, hop, there goes that happy-go-lucky dancer by. You say where? Down throu h the library hall. However, Lydia has her serious moments and even Ends time to do her ever present homework as her marks prove. Foreign languages appeal to her. ls it because you are planning to travel, Lydia? Whatever your plans for the future are, we are sure that you will skip right into them. Girls' League, Glee Club, Librarian, Junior College Club MARGARET MARY LENT New Britain, Conn. "Marg" july 28, 1921 "She looks at the world and smiles" "Marg" is petite, full of fun and possesses a voice which earned for her the nickname of "Squeaky" "Marg's" favorite sport is ice-skating in which she indulges as frequently as possible. She is also a card env thusiast who knows many games and excels in all of them. Girls find her amusing and boys find her interesting. "lvlarg's" future plans are to be a stenographer, so here's luck to you in the work you like the best. Girls' League 5 it due to go far. Student Librarian U different reason. Girls' League Page n 1 FRANK JOSEPH JASINSKI New Britain, Conn. "Editor" May 4 1921 " He runs far that never turns A born leader. . independent. . .loyal persistent ambitious and possessing great initiative, Frank is perhaps the least intimately known student of the graduating class His habit of employing a curt nod in place of "hello" has been remarked by all The fact that he was very instrumental in the organization of our school paper will long be remembered, as will his column entitled Sphinx Although ap parantly headin for a brilliant 'ournalistic career Frank anticipates entering T. C. . in the fall. lf is persistency doesnt fail him he is Editor of Beehive, Editor-in-chief of ldhe Red and Gold Review HELEN JEAN LEWITSKY New Britain, Conn. "Babe March 5 1921 "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach Helen was always a good student but somehow or another the thought of homework was not quite as appealing to her For she thought that homework was useless, especially if no use of it will be made later on. However, before graduation she surprised us all by declaring that she desired to be a dietician. Helen will make great leadway in this Held because she always did like Home Economics Or maybe she has a I Ss gf- 5 S ii .z ROBERT JOACHIM New Britain, Conn. "Bob" january 8, 1921 "He is quiet as a lamb" This quiet, reserved chap who spends a lot of time in "chem lab" Cwe wonder whyb, has a way with both boys and girls, as well as teachers. "Bob" enjoys football, baseball and is frequently seen dancing. He hopes to become a history teacher and we expect he'l1 follow a clear road to his goal. GENEVIEVE BARBARA LOTKO New Britain, Conn. "jennie" june 29, 1921 "A pleasing person is always a desired person" "Jennie" has acquired high marks and a host of friends with little effort on her part. I-ler friends know her to be gay, sociable and am- bitious. "jennie's" one ambition is to travel and while she's waiting for her chance, she's pursuing a bookkeeping career. Here's wishing her the success she deserves! Girls' League ELIZABETH JEAN PERZAN New Britain, Conn. "Betty" january 21, 1921 'Quietness is best" "Betty" is a quiet good natured person, who very seldom speaks out of turn and is always ready to give a helping hand. She has a pleasing personality and makes friends easily. l-ler ambition is to work in an office. We hope that your personality and talents will help you to win a high position, "Betty," and our best wishes go with you. Cvirls' League Civic Forum, Girls' League Tennis, Badminton D,-ma A, MAE DELORES LUKAS New Britain, Conn. "Myra" February 26 1921 "Power and beauty and delight What is the magnetic power she holds on the opposite sex? She never has to worry about an escort to class rooms or dances Her out side activities and interests are numerous but right now she is con centrating on Colgate in particular. I-ler personality charm witticism and being able to think of an alibi at a moment s notice helps Mae out of many embarrassing situations. There is no situation too difficult for her. Mae intends to enter Trophegan College to study dress de signing and her artistic ability will help her reach this goal HELEN SOPHIE MALINOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Peanuts September 21 1921 "A witty and ready brunette Helen is a high spirited and friendly brunette neatly dressed and always full of fun. Her knowledge of church activities is wide and she can tell you all that pertains to it. Her great tendency is to speak a foreign language. She has done very good work during her stay in school and we are sure she'1l be a success in the future ri RITA ELIZABETH MANGAN New Britain, Conn. "Red" October 20, 1921 "That certainty to please" Laughing Irish eyes, a head crowned with curly red hair, a cute laugh, and you have Rita. She is just chock-full of pep, especially when she's out having fun. Rita is a graceful dancer and consequently has a score of friends, especially among the male sex. Rita is planning to enter the business world, and we all know she'll prove both capable and Successful. Clue Club, Cirls' League PETER KAWECKI New Britain, Conn. "Pete" january 18, 1920 "Concentrate though your coat-tails be on fire" Studious and bashful, "Pete" is one of those who knows more than he cares to say. He is a good mathematician who can be depended upon to give up his time to anyone needing his help. He is a reliable ani ambitious student who hopes some day to be a forester. Best of uc to im! THERESA JEAN MANULLA New Britain, Connf "Terry" August 10, 1921 "Cheerful as the day is long" A popular young ladyl-of our class is "Terry"-vivacious, intelligent, and cooperative. Our " erry" is always ready and willing to help a friend if it is at all in her power. "Terry" ranks among the gay members of our class, is a good student and believes in doing things on time. "Terry" has chosen the profession which appealed to Florence Night- ingale. We know from our pleasant times with her that she'll bring sunshine to her patients. Badminton Club MONICA MARKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Mon" july 28, 1921 "Work is ever my best friend" "Mon" is one of the most studious girls in N. B. H. S. She manages to shine in all of her sub'ects. "Mon" is a great office helper and is often seen running through the class rooms with an office notice. Continue the good work, "Mon," and you'll come out on top. WARREN FRANCIS KELLERSTEDT u. New Britain, Conn. " Kelly" July 9, 1921 "Mingle a little folly with your studies" "Kelly" is a quiet and serious chap who might also be classified as being semi-stuclious. He is a lover of such sports as hunting, fishing, boating, and women. "Kelly" has a two-fold ambition: he hopes to join the army via the C. C. C. and he hopes to sail around the world in a home made boat. As long as the latter remains a hope and doesn't blossom into reality, we'll stay with him. Good luck on his way! Track n iq-r ' ANNA BEATRICE MAROTTA New Britain, Conn. November ll, l92O "A sweeter person ne'er drew breath" Anna blushes as easily as she breathes. She is quick to make friends and what's more. she keeps them. At least once a week she occupies a seat at one of her favorite movie theatres.-Dancing is her favorite hobby. She plans to be a secretary and will surely come out on top. Were all rooting for you, Ann! .. Girls' League RICHARD JEROME KELTON New Britain, Conn. "Dick" September 15, i921 "And those who really know him, know him as a friend" "Dick" is a quiet, unassuming student who does his work regularly. He is friendly and jovial and his chubby, happy countenance naturally draws friends to him. Baseball among all, ,ther sports, holds a special attraction for him. His ambition is not ' ' n, but anyone with such an engaging personality will overcome an difficulties with which he might be confronted. "Dick" will make the grade. ANTOINETTE MARTINELLI Torrington, Conn. 'iToni" September 28, 1921 " Kind and sweet, but oh so vital jitlerbug .should be her title." When any of the boys want a good dancing partner, they always go to "Toni" and whenever any of the girls want a good companion they go to "Toni." Besides being a good scholar, she is friendly and popular. i'Toni" is planning to be a hairdresser and we know she'll be successful! Girls' League Qirls' League College Club, Musical Clubg Glee Club DOROTHY ELAINE McGRATH New Britain, Conn. 'iDot" August ll 1921 "Silence is the perfectest herald "Dots" main aim in life is to be another Florence Nightingale All the sciences are her favoriteasubjects and she has had great success with them as her heart is in this work Collecting post marks and writing letters to all parts of the United States are her hobbies Her calm amiable manner will help send her high on the ladder of success HELEN FRANCES McGRATH Hartford, Conn. january 26 192i "Friendliness leads to popularity A cheery smile, a pleasing disposition and a glowing personality have made Helen one of the most popular girls in school Only a girl of her outstanding leadership and capability could have been chosen to lead the Girls' League. Besides having been a swell pal she has also been studious. Helen plans to enter Hartford Hospital Mav she have as much success cheering the patients as she has had in making our school days happier by her grand disposition President of Girls' League 3 First Treasurer of Civic Forum junior "rx .f - l .LM -Z' is 'ff ,f 1-5. ,lillg i , gc. 4 ii - it A as " r ' l,.,.i,'g' Q li .- , ' jfs:-e-,1,--f - ff.',-1 sf - ,,,. ,. 'yi ALBERT JOSEPH MARCOUX New Britain, Conn. "Al" October 15, 1921 "God helps him who strives hard" "Al" is the bofy who would rather be late than never. As a result of this dodtrine o his we usually Find him one of the latest finishers in class as well as on the track squad. With the girls, however, he is always first in line. After graduation "Al" is going to take a course in air- conditioning. To this ambitious chap we wish lots of luck. W ' Track LORETTA DOROTHY MCMURRAY New Britain, Conn. "Red" March 3, 1921 "A hand lo execute mischief " A flash of red streaking down the street and of whom do you think? 1 've guessed it. No one but our Loretta. She is full of an ener etic 'lrit that bubbles over every hour of the day. She is the life ogthe party with her keen wit and winning ways. Dancing feet and rsonality make a grand combination. Loretta is undecided about hei Eture, but we know that no matter what she does, she will come out on top. GERTRUDE HAZELTON McNARY Fairhaven, Mass. "Skipper" December 10, 1921 "Still to be neat, still to be dressed neat" Although "Skipper" has just recently come to our school we find that she is the kind of a girl friend we'd all like to have, fellows and girls alike. She has a personalit and charm that another person would gladly pta fortune to have. She can think of many new and practical ideas on t e moment for any occasion in demand. Her dressing ability is of the best, always trim and neat, in reason and always in style. Because of this we know you'll succeed as a secretary. Girls' Leagueg Senior Girl Adviser be short and sweet. I l Football A is ever field she may undertake. Girls' League . uw? Page Q 7 STANLEY JOSEPH KOSAKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Butch" March 23 1921 "A fresh, a free, a friendly man ' ' "Stan" is a very friendly and likeable fellow as many a fair damsel will tell you. He prides himself in his guitar playing and many a sum mer ni ht you may see him serenading some lonely senorita by moon light. Football and swimming are his favorite sports and he aspires to be a stenographer. Here's luck to him and may everything he writes PAULINE KATHERINE MIASTKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Paul" February 13 1921 1 "A friend in need is a frzend indeed A warm smile, a quick interest in all she does and sees and a yen for friendship characterize Pauline. She is cheerful and carefree and just the person to help you chase away the blues Movies tennis and swim ming are her best pastimes. We hope that she may find luck in what , Mm. . - . 'N W l ' 1 F 1 . IRENE GRETA MIKLOS New Britain Conn "1" November 10, 1921 just the art of being kind" Smcerity kindness and graciousness are three of lrene's charming characteristics which through her three years at N. B. H. S. have earned her many new friends She has worked diligently and success- fully at her studies l plans to enter New Britain General Hospital as a member of the honorable nursing profession. JOSEPH FRANK KOWALCZYK New Britain Conn February 20, 1921 A quiet mind is richer than a crown" This quiet reserved fellow is generally seen busily studying his school work He s interested in stenography Che would bej and although he dislikes large gatherings he is often seen witnessing athletic events. Another dislike of his is to be interrupted while he's studying. He plans on journalism for his vocation, and we wish him the best of luck MARYANN MONICA MILEWSKI New Britain Conn December 30, 1921 Work and play do never mix" Mary is a Jolly reliable person who always seems to be dashing from one place to another and always anxious to make friends with everybody She believes in having fun but she also believes in having her school work done Mary doesn't seem to bother with the High School boys but we wonder if she'll be the same when she goes to college Mr Drapeau will certainly miss Mary as she was one of his star pupils Loads of luck in college. DOLORES ANN MLYNARSKI New Britain, Conn. "Mickey" April l, 1921 "Our sincerest friend" Dolores' quiet manner may deceive you but we who know her have found her to be a real sport and sincere friend. She loves life and we prophesy, will live it to its fullest extent of play, laughter and gaiety, but not without a purpose. And oh! how we would li e to know what the purpose is! Could it have something to do with the male in George- town that she talks about? Dolores is going on to Rider College to study journalism and no doubt we will soon be reading her columns in the country's leading newspapers. Girls' League ROBERT AUGUST LAABS Meriden, Conn. "Bob" july 3, 1921 "Gay as the summer morn" It is said that there are twice as many women than men in this world of ours. To see "Bob" around, one would think that he's making up for the surplus number. He is a gay, dazzling Romeo, full of cute phrases of romance. I f he retains his diplomacy, he should please his future boss as he does the fairer sex. Cl lgflusical Clubg Men's Glee Club, Mixed Glee Clubg Young Men's u Page 98 for AGNES MARIE MORELLI New Britain, Conn. "Tally" September 23, 1922 " Her presence is a blessing and her manner pure delight" "Tally" is one of the charming curly-haired brunettes that have graced these noisy corridors for the past three years. One of her many interests is dancing and she can be found at most of the formals with the handsome "Casanovas" of the high school, "Tally" is still in doubt as to either a business or hairdressing career but we are sure she will be successful in any field she enters. MILDRED MARGUERITE MORRIS New Britain, Corin. "Peggy" March 5, 1922 "Music hath charm to soothe the savage heart" "Peg" will make a wonderful nurse for the patients in the Roosevelt Hospital. She has many friends and we hope she will continue to make '. more when she enters Nurses' Training. Her liking for music is revealed 1 . - ' 1 by her piano playing and singing. 'She is fond of games and lately, she fl has been lucky in "Bin o." t is our sincere wish that she may be as ' fortunate in the game ofrllife. Girls' League, Student Librariang Womens and Mixed Glee Clubs 59 s - oi I BARBARA MORSE New Britain, Conn. "Barb" May 19, 1921 "Charm is a sort ofa bloom on a women" - :. She's not too tall, not too short, but charmingly right. 'ABarb" Q enjoys a wide circle of friends due to her various social activities. :M Q ' Thou h she has lar e interests in sports, "Barb's" interests are domestic , Q- . as well as athletic. She can cook and sew which ought to prove a blessing rw . to some young man. Nevertheless, "Barb's" heart is in the nursing profession, which may some day well claim her as one of its most 1 efncient nurses. 5 il HARRY JOSEPH MANGIAFICO New Britain, Conn. 'AHap" july 27, 1920 " He that waits upon fortune is never sure of a dinner" Harry is one of the most popular students of the June class. His ever flowing stock of humorous stories and quips more than please his many friends. Although interested in many fields he leans especially toward band music, being a member of the H. S. Band. lf he keeps "Plugging" away we won't be surprised, if in the near future, we find him at the head of some enterprising macaroni establishment. ANNE AGNES MOSES New Britain, Conn. "Shadow" October 22, 1921 "Admire her for her wit" G "Shadow" is that sometimes quiet little Miss whose wit would make the sourest person smile. lf you want to know any of the popular tunes just ask her for she's a born musician. lf you ever want to find her on a Saturday night, you'll Gnd her at the Y. M. C. A. with her old faithful, G. P. "Shadow", you'll get by and here's lots of luck in the future, Musical Club, junior College Club, Girls' League, Glee Club, Senior Adviser : ln . EVERETT JOSEPH LASS New Britain, Conn. "Lassie" December 18, 1920 "O, for a horse with wings" Quiet. . .confident. . .humorous. . .and rather bold, "Lassie" has the knack of doing all of his undertakings well, whatever they might be. His major interest is aviation, but he also finds time for sports, especially basketball. Plannin to continue in Aeronautics, he will attend trade school and work at iratt and Whitney. We know he'll "get there." MAY ETHEL MUNSON New Britain, Conn. "Maymie" April 16, 1921 'AA little work, a little play" "Maymie" may appear to be quiet to some but those who know her well know that she isn't. She has en'oyed her three years of study at the high school, and besides doing her school work has found time for dancing and other sports, especially ice skatin at a certain pond. We wonder why she goes there so regularly? l-laving completed a Commercial course in high school, she plans to encounter the business ANNE THERESE MUNICH New Britain, Conn. july 29, 1921 "Make hay while the sun shines" Anne is a great friend and an all around girl. Even with the long list of clubs that she belongs to, she finds a time and place in which to prepare her work. She has talent in many different works, especially in her art of oratory which she has developed at the high school. By the way, Anne, we hear you like dramatics. Why haven't you bothered to show us some of your acting ability, while here at the high school? She is a hard worker and a real bee in our Beehive. She will succeed to be an asset to any employer in whatever type of occupation she Literary Editor of the Red and Gold Reviewg Stamp Club, Camera Clubg Speakers Club, Girls' League, Home Economics Club EDWIN LAZZERINI New Britain, Conn. "Lippy" December 2, 1920 "The gift of gab-" This proud Fossessor of black wavy hair, is usually seen at club meetings, activities and in classes, delivering an oration spiced with corny' qugps and puns, on the weather, politics and what-havc- you. Even with is seemingly endless talking we're in the dark con- cerning his future plans, but what ever they may be, we're sure his glib tongue will get him there. Chief -I ustice -?Civic Forum EDITH LUCILLE MURRAY Meriden, Conn. "Eden january 13, 1922 " Honest-LoyalHFaithful-True 'Thais our "Eden through and through" Edith is a quiet girl. But ah! what wonders she works in that quiet world of hers. She intends to become an efficient stenographer in the years to come and we know she will succeed. May you reach your highest aims, Edith, along the road of success and fame. The world is yours to conquer, and we're all for you 1002, Civic Forumg Girls' League D--, .-. '-was-1'-J. 1 Aff' .' I is Q' 'wifes ll . ANGELINE MARIE NADEAU North Anson, Maine "Angie" January 20, 1921 "Success awaits those who try" "Angie" tries to get all she can from school life. Her one ambition is to be a bookkeeper. We're sure she'l1 succeed for she has personality and brains. She's never been a bookworm for she has liked parties and outings. Sewing combined with her other accomplishments, make her an ideal American girl. We're betting on you "Angie" for with your personality, you're sure to go far. HERVE VICTOR LeBRUN Lawrence, Mass. " Herby" june 9, 1921 "What mischief the very virtuous do." "Herby" is that tall, good-looking, six-footer who never fails in a cheerful lgifeeting. He participates in all sports, but swimming! appeals to him. e is very interested ini-girls and it is then we see im with that angelic smile on his face. " erby" is a very frank person and is just as outspoken with teachers as he is with students and so, to a swell friend and a regular guy we wish all the luck in the world. Student Council ALICE CHARLOTTE NELSON Westbrook, Conn. "Red" August 10, 1921 "Let us be happy as we can" Alice is a red-headed, brown eyed girl with a fine sense of humor. Her red hair is the cause of her nickname "Red" which she dislikes immensely. The color of her hair is reflected in Alice's face when she is embarrassed. Her chief ambition is to become a nurse for which she has completed all courses. Her favorite sports are swimming and tennis, and at colder times ou can see her gliding around Walnut Hill Pond with a few escorts. Cfood luck, "Red' ! Girls' League EVELYN CAROLINA NELSON New Britain, Conn. "Eve" April 13, 1920 "Calm and serene she drives ahead" The three c's-conscientious, courtesy, and calmness make up Evelyn's character. But this is only an introduction as one would know if acquainted with her for she is a grand siort and always willing to help anyone. She contemplates entering a usiness school but as yet has not decided the one. lf her scholastic ability continues at the present pace, we may be sure of her complete success in the business field. Girls' Leaizeg -junior College Clubg Student Council: Historical Fiction Clubg nior Adviser MICHAEL LOUIS LEONARDI New Britain, Conn. "Michey" july 13, 1920 "A fine judgment in Art" "Tall, dark and handsome." This fellow uses his physical qualities to obtain partners in his favored hobby of dancing. He's also an in- terested fan of baseball, and follows the sport ardently, participating whenever opportunity presents itself. His future plans center about his ambition of being an artist and he appears to be headed toward his goa . Musical Club 5 Men's Clee Club Paze ml Y BROOKS LEWITT New Britain, Conn. june 3, 192l "A lLeJ wit set by politeness" "Brookie," a "man of the world," has all of the qualities required, he's politi, gracious fvery much-so-we are told, and debonnaire, and of course, has the necessary funds. One of the reasons-for his popularity, we fear, is that he might? enter the theatre business, and after all- passes are passes:fWe hope he "packs 'em in." Knights of High School iv 'AEMILY ANN NEUHOLD Burgenlancl, Austria "Emy" February 24, 1920 . v "She has achieved success" Bhily is a girl whp first saw our fair land, nine years ago, from the rail of a, iner. ' 'lthough she is very quiet and studious in school, she is a latuf fun outside in the company of her friends. "Emy" loves to dance, especially to the tune of a polka. If she works as diligently at her chosqn pccupation as she does in school, she cannot help but be a suc- cess. A'u:feWiedersehn, Emily. Girls' League JOSEPHINE MILDRED NICHOLAS Plainville, Gonn. 'jon june 6, 1921 "-She's happy-go-lucky Ebel: witty it's true ut beneath it all Theres a heart that's true-blue." Josephine has ability for story writing and speech-making, accord- ing to her English teacher and many friends. When she's with Moses, you get a nervous breakdown while listening to their pranks. Diminu- tive, dainty, dangerous, dazzling, and daring, this is Josephine all in a nut shell. One of her chief interests is Ping Pong and she surely can put the ball at the toughest spot. Her ambition is to be a Ping Pong champ someday, not forgetting her plans of becoming a dressmaker. Civic Forumg Girls' League Golf g Tennis Girls' League Haze :oz ROBERT CARL LINDBERG Farmington, Conn. "Herb' October 29 1921 "A truly modest fellow This girl shy, happy-go-lucky fellow who has the habit of pulling boners" at the most inopportune moments is also a serious and ex cellent draftsman. He enjoys radio but he finds much more interest in the pranks of his oollie dog. "I-lerb's" ambition is to be a First class draftsman and we hope that this man of the world will not be drafted into anything other than his real interest HELEN THERESA NOGIEC New Britain, Gonn. july 24 1920 "Book and heart must never part Here we have a born story-teller giving tales and jokes to many 51. sessions of a Home Economics class. She has more pep than pepper and certainly doesn't hesitate to demonstrate it Helen never seemed to prefer anyone in particular of the opposite sex she prefers them all Besides making her fellow students happy Helen is a conscientious and bri ht student. We hear she has aspirations of becoming a librarian With ai the qualities she possesses, is it any wonder why we should wish henall the luck that goes with a successful future H 11 "" 1:1 . ,- pl if '1 ' v DOROTHY MARJORIE NORTHROP New Britain, Conn. "Dot" February 4, l92l "I see her sweet and fair" Everyone is acquainted with this charming miss and once we know her it is hard for us to forget her pleasing personality. She can always be found in the midst o her laughing, admiring friends, especially one. "Dotty" asfires to be a sewing teacher and hopes to prepare her- self at Storrs- or more persons than one, Well, best of luck, "Dot," for a bright looking future! Girls' League EDWARD STANLEY LIZON Whatcly, Mass. "Eddie" May 4, l92l " His interests are like the winds-always changing" Although happy-go-lucky, shy, and athletically inclined. "Eddie" has found time for is studies, trying to devour all the knowledge, especially in bookkeeping, humanly possible. Usually quiet and calm, we are informed that when his rarely seen temper is "worked up" he could "Take over Man Mountain Dean." A youth with divided in- terests, adept in both studies and athletics, like "Ed," should go to the heights ol success in a world where versatility is essential. ANNA MAE NOWEK New Britain, Conn. "Babe" October 9, 1921 "A diligent worker in all things" Who doesn't know "Babe"-that vibrant person with the bubbling personality and ever-present smile? Her smile can indeed be termed "alluring," no other word can adequately describe it, Besides those virtues, "Babe" is also a wonderful sport, as can be readily seen by the host of friends that she has made during her stay at high school. After graduation, "Babe" intends to become a private secretary, and fortunate indeed is the man who hires her. We know you will be a success in your chosen field, so here's wishing you the best of luck. Civic Forum, Girls' League Civic Forum Member of Chorus, Girls' Hague I3--- .,- VIOLET RUTH NYQUIST New Britain, Conn. "Vi" March l 1921 "She greets you with a smile This young lady has been seen during her high school career loaded down with books. Homework seemed to be her pastime During the three years at high school she has acquired many friends among the fellows and girls. Violet has a pleasing personality and she never fails to greet her friends with a smile. She enjoys athletics her favorites being hiking, swimming, skating, tennis and dancin After high school she p ans to be a nurse, and has high ambitions or the future We give you our sincerest wishes, and hope you will reach your goal LENA NOREEN OTTAVI New Britain, Conn. March 27 1921 'AA good warm sunny smile Lena, with her dimples and sunny disposition is liked by everyone She loves to dance and on Saturday ni hts Uoes out to enjoy this sport She is a swell little sport and rand ai around kid Lena has been a member of the Girls' League Ear three years and plans to become a librarian. She may make a nice one at that i vt -.. I "'4 .wht as-5, -sf, ,V f- an -,vw .-,:.: we 'rs efvsi-' Q '., tw ri' -ttf'-'s"f :s : f1.aga , f l f if ' ff 'if fail Q will Q E J at +4 5 3 Q' E ' ,.. ' A, V lg 'S f ,Km HENRY JOSEPH MAIKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Mack" October 9, l92l 'Success comes from long and hard work" Ambitious, well groomed and very attentive, "Mack" is always willing to aid his fellow classmates. I-le's an all-round athlete playing football, baseball, basketball, and taking part in track, but he also finds time for his studies. Although not decided as yet about his future, we know he'll do well in whatever he undertakes. ELEANOR DORIS MIECZKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. ilfllieu April 6, l92l "Dance, sing, and be gaily dressed" "Ellie" as she is known to her friends, is the sandy-haired girl who is always welladressed and ready to partake in any activity that happens to come alon She never misses the Saturda ni ht Y dances We have 8- Y 8 - often wondered who was on her mind as she dreamingly walked through. the halls. Could it have been a certain someone who waits for her- after classes? Eleanor's ambition is to be that "perfect secretary." She will enter Moody Secretarial School after graduation and we wish you success and happiness, Eleanor. Girls' League RAYMOND ARTHUR BRIERE New Britain, Conn. "Ray" june 28, 1921 " Nothing is more valuable to a man than courtesy and mildnessn Mr. Raymond Arthur Briere is one of our real gentlemen. Courtesy comes as natural to him as speech does to the women. Ah! Yes, Romeo, he dresses the part too, and his figure is the envy of those less favored. He sings like a lark and speaks gentle and low in the dark,ancl divinely in the moonlight. Besides, he has a serious studious air, thus his work when done is both scholarly and artistic. He has been active in many school affairs and these affairs have helped to make him. May he prosper at Teachers College. Musical Club, Civic Forum MARION LEONA PETERSON New Britain, Conn. "Penny" ,January 21, l92l "A true friend to all" "Penny" is quite diminutive in size, not so in personality, however. During her high school days, she has made many friends and is a true pal to all of them. She loves to swim, read and skate, but at dancing, she certainly excels. Marion has a certain way with her that will get her places-important places. Loads of luck, "Penny." Girls' League MILDRED VALBORG PETERSON New Britain, Conn. "Mlm" November 10, 1920 "Shes the Belle of the School" Did you ever see "Mim" without a smile on her face? This is one of our pals who has many friends and admirers. "lvlim" intends to become a secretary"5i0hen she graduates. Best of luck and success to you from those who hold you in esteem. Girls' League it D,..,. .,.. ' 4 iv- , 'N 1 . iq FRANK JOHN MANCINI New Britain, Conn. "Frankie" january 13, 1922 "He who has the most to say talks the least" Quiet, friendly and tactful, "Frankie" is the boy with the wavy, black hair. He is most often silent but that is the time he moves the fastest and says the most. Lately, 'he has become interested in "Swing With Your Helpmatef' but he is determined she'll have to do all the work. Frank's ambition extends to being a big-business man, and prosperity will come to him as it does to all who are efficient and co- operative. . O I SOPHIE HELEN PIETRASZEWSKI , f W New Britain, Conn. "Sue" April 13, 19201 A'There is always a reward for work" , Sophie is rather a shy, quiet girl who chooses her friends cirefully. But don't get the impression that she's snobby, as she is far from tlmi Instead of being a "social butterfly," Sophie prefers to take a interest in her school books. lf you intend working for your father, as you have planned, we are sure you will prove to be a competent daughter. Girls' League YMILDRED AGNES PITNEY New Britain, Gonn. "Midge" April 10, 1921 "Still water runs deep" "Midge" is a tiny, neat, efficient person, who possesses a shy smile and a meek voice, but these are only a front for a generous nature and a spirit of true sportsmanship. "Midge's" ever-readiness to do a good turn to everyone, her cooperation, and her unselfish spirit, have en- deared her to both her classmates and teachers. Indeed, "Midge" is one person whom we can be proud to call our friend. May all your future years be filled with joy and happiness. Civic Forum, Girls' League the top. 3, 4 practice makes perfect. Girls' League Pave inc A' iRICHARD HAROLD CHERWIN New Britain, Conn. "Dick" December 16 1919 "A tall bright young man "Dick" has been a student at both the high school and trade school During his stay "Dick" has 'participated activelv in athletic sports especially so in basketball, and tennis. He plans to become a Mechani cal Engineer and with his pleasing personality we are sure he will make Best of luck and'success to you "Dick 1 Basketball-S. T. S. 2, 3, 43 N. B. S.T S A A 2 3 4 TinnisS T S HELEN JANET PLEWA New Britain, Conn. "jan" November 25 1920 "Practice is the best instructor "jan" is the young lady with the lovely smile She has many points to her favor. Besides being a cheerful companioiptr she has the good fortune of bei. ' telligent and competent She 19 the sort of student most teachers have and her high marks prove it Helen is also an accomplish anist and aspires to become a greater one some day We know she wil attain her goal for she believes in the adage that ANTOINETTE ROSE POLUMBO New Britain, Conn. "Tony" February Zl, 1921 'Talkative but friendly" "Tony," as all her friends call her, is a good-natured and friendly person. She is quite a talkative girl but doesn't mean to offend anyone. Some day "Tony" expects to make good in life but, as yet, she has not made her future plans. "Tony" has many male friends but there is one whom she is particularly fond of. Watch out, "Tony," you had better think fast before it hits you. Girls' League RAYMOND JOSEPH MARCOUX New Britain, Gonn. "Ray" january 22, 1920 " He lives the easiest way" "Ray" is the happy-go-lucky fellow with the big grin. He is husky, humorous, athletic, yes, and even ambitious. "Ray ' never seems quite satisfied with one girl and is constantly on the watch for another. A boy as diversified and as interesting as he will not find much trouble in the business world. Good luck to him! Track FLORENCE ELIZABETH PORTER New Britain, Conn. September 22, 1920 "lf at first you don't succeed, try, try again" Here is a girl with a grand sense of humor. She is perhaps inclined to be on the quiet side but this trait of hers has not in any way de- tracted from her ability to make and keep friends. She is looking for success and we hope that she reaches the heights in her career as a hairdresser. Keep your chin up, Florence. Girls' League fame and fortune is in store for him. Dm.. mn l HELEN ESTHER OWSIEJKO New Britain, Conn. "Pat" February 12 192i g "Pleasure and action makes hours seem short Helen is a girl whose friendship lasts forever Her sense of humor and winning personality make her a welcome member of any gathering Helen is an ambitious girl and is always up to date in her work Among sports, swimming and tennis seem to be tops with her We sincerely hope that her future in business will continue to be a happy one ARNOLD DANIEL MARHOLIN Hartford, Conn. "Panassie August lo 1921 "A traveler on the craggy paths of study Very studious. . .quiet at times and extremely cooperative "Pannassie" has won many friends, teachers and students alike with his industrious habits. An ardent "swing fan especially Benny Good man, he has a collection of recordings numbering about a hundred in all. If he keeps avoiding the pitfalls of life succes fully naught but GUIDO JOSEPH MARINO New Britain Conn 'Guido' April 10, 1919 We learn our lessons not for life but for the lecture-room" A rugged and well built lad who has a fine personality-well liked by both young men and lespeciallyj women. "Guido" is we l represented in athletic activities being a mainstay in the '38 gridiron line-up, and is also a good scholar As he did on the gridiron it is exepcted he will go places on the Held of life ELIZABETH POTTS New Britain Conn "Betty" August 8, 1921 A pretty woman is a welcome guest" Betty is one of the more popular girls of the school. She possesses personality lus and an abundant amount of pep, vim and vigor. Although tty can t be called the most studious girl in her class, she has always managed to achieve high grades. Best of luck to you Betty we know you ll be a huge success. THELLA MAE PRICE Malad Idaho "'I'hel" September 13, 1922 Manner must adorn knowledge" lhella the irl who has ensnared the eyes and heart of many a man is leaving B H S for new worlds, or should we say new hearts? to conquer Her charming manner has obtained hordes of friends, and her mentality has given her an above-average scholarship attain- ment May she combine both to make life worth while for her and for all who are privileged to know her. MICHAEL JOSEPH MARINO Italy "Foxy" May 10, 1920 " joking and humor are pleasant and often of extreme utility." "Mike" is our all-around athlete who has made himself outstanding in three sports, He is a good football player and a remarkable catcher. Aside from this, "Mike' is also a model that the well-dressed man can follow. He enjoys an argument but he Finds his way to the position of catcher on some big league team. We'll be watching him. Baseballg Basketballg Football MYRTLE VIRGINIA PRUDHON Torrington, Conn. "Meri" November 30, 1919 "Silence is golden" "Mart" is a jolly, good-natured girl. She is the t pe of girl everyone likes to know because she is gentile and gracious. She is studious and usually accomplishes what she sets out to do. ln her ambition to be a bookkeeper, she should go far because she has good personal traits. Best of luck, "Mert"! i Girls' League, Senior Girl Adviser I Pane mr . ' 'fl 1 ll WANDA ANN PUCHALA New Britain Conn Wendy" Q ' july 29, l92l Library which is your Paradise" Wanda is the rosy cheeked dimpled library page who is very willing to help and advise the students on books. "Wendy" has done quite a bit of reading herself especially on Monday mornings when the "Life" ma azme arrives She works at the childrens li rary and hopes to ma e connections with a firm who has something to do with books. Wendy will continue her business training at Moody's before she MICHAEL JOSEPH MARTIN New Britain Conn Mickey" December 19, 1918 What I think I must speak" Outspoken and popular with all who know him is "Mickey", one of the most likeable fellows around our premises. His major interest is sports fOne of his hobbies includes psychologylj and upon completion of high school he expects to study physical culture. To a boy with steady habits and a marvelous physique, we extend our best wishes of Civic Forum Young Men s Club ADELE STELLA PULEK ew Britain Conn "Day" December 21, 1920 Her bright smile lingers still" You d know Adele bv her smile anywhere. lt's as much a part of her as her name Besides possessing good looks and a swell sense of humor, she can knit faster than you can follow. She's an A-1 cook, too. As a matter of fact she s good at so many things that she hasn't quite made up her mind what she wants to be. Your friends think you're tops, Adele and we re sure you can smile your way into any job. SYLVIA RACHER New Britain, Conn. "Pee Wee" August 30, 1921 "The shortest ladies love the longest men" Sylvia is that pretty little girl who, though she is quiet, seems to make her appearance known. Here in school, she has many admirers of both sexes. Her school work was always done and is she a wizard. Her spare time is spent egoying sports. In fact, she plans to attend Arnold College in New aven and become a Physical Education Teacher. We all hope that nothing will hinder you from attaining your goal. Girls' League, junior College Clubg Badminton Club 5:14 GEORGE JOHN MARTINCHEK New Britain, Conn. "Turk"-"Gawge" May 17, 1920 "The girls I left behind me" Tall, dark and "veddy handsome" is this breaker of feminine hearts. "Gawge" is also somewhat of a wit, and he always has a plenti- ful supply of humorous stories on tap with which he amuses his many comrades. The least we can say of him is that he's a "good guy" and wish him success. n D,-'na v A9 STANLEY JOSEPH MASELBAS H New Britain, Conn. "Stan" jurQ,18, 1919 "An eager meagre servant of the Muses" Tall, with curly blond hair "Stan" is readily recognized about the school by his bright green jacket which he ha itually wears. During his stay here, he wor ed in the cloak-room, and plans to replace the females in the "hat-checking" concessions. Our report states that he writes poet? or at least tries. Although his future plans are not yet completely ormulated we know he'll write his own pass to fame. RUTH AMELIA RADKA New Britain, Conn. September 13, l92l "A grand disposition is the gift ofGod" Ruth is calm and quiet and neat, and when she says "hello" a cute smile spreads over her face. She does her homework faithfully yet seldom recites in class. Ruth is hoping to become either a private secretary or a bookkeeper, and maybe a stenographer. We're sure she will be tip-top. CATHERINE ELDA RAMIZI New Britain, Conn. "Kay" March 5, l92l "Thought is deeper than all speech" ' is a very good natured and thoughtful girl. Although she is full un, she is very studious and secluded in school. "Kay" is a nature lover and walks a great deal so she can hear the tweet-tweet of the birds. She is going to attempt the career of a writer so may her happy days at high school give her many thoughts for her stories later on. C-irls' Leagueg Civic Forumg Senior Girl Adviser Young Men's Club 1 at 5 Civic Forum , l Page wg ARTHUR LOUIS MATTIG New Britain, Conn. "Artie" December l0 1920 " His friendship is the sunshine of the class "Art" is vice-president, secretary, and treasurer of the paper firm of Paro and Mattig. Although not an honor student he is right up there with the majority of the class. "Art is constantly seen in a nice green Ford. With a car like that he should go far God s speed' HELEN MAYRE REARDON Forestvil'le,'Conn. "Dutchie March 8 l920 "A lady of quality ' Sincere-Faithful-Pleasing-Zealous Words could never express our thoughts of this pal of ours. Helen is a great lover of sports and is often seen skating on some pond with a man at her side She is always 1 ready to lend a he ping hand. l see in the Crystal Ball that our Dutchie is to become a telephone operator. May success never leave you ROSALIE STASIA REJMANTOWSKI New Britain Conn "Ginger" March 28, 1920 To know her is to love her" Ginger is a most lovable person and her unique personality does much towards making her such. With that dazzling blonde hair she certainly attracts the opposite sex. She has a certain weakness for Eddies Rosalie is planning to be a typist, May you succeed in your career Ginger as you certainly deserwgto do so. Best of luck to a Girls Glee Club Girls League JOSEPH ALOYSIUS MCGUINESS Newlngton Conn 'Big joe" May 29, 1921 Solitude may prove to be a virtue" Dependable industrious and silent. "joe" was a shy lad during his stay at N B H S He performed his daily tasks conscientiously but he rarely uttered a word unless obligated to do so. Therefore, his future plans are a mystery to us, but we wish him continued success FRIEDA ELIZABETH RICHTER New Britain Conn 'Rickeyu February 26, l903 She works with a will" Frieda Richter is one person who has won the admiration of all. Although she had completed a nurses training course, she reentered N B H S to resume her high school career in order to go farther in her profession Our hats are off to you, Friedag you've got what it H MARGARET ELIZABETH RILEY ' New Britain, Conn. "Peg" April ll, l922 " Help me with knowledge" lf you need help with your school work, "Peg" is the one who can help you. Although she is an exceptionally good student, she possesses a kindly sense of humor and an ever-ready supply of tom-foolery. "Pe " seems to have more than a passing interest in Plainville and we wondir what it is all about. We predict great heights for her in the future. Glee Clubg Girls' Leagueg Civic Forumg junior College Clubg Senior Adviserg Tennis, Musical Club HELEN MARGARET ROJEK New Britain, Conn. "Peggy" june 2l, 1920 "Busy here and there" She's here, she's there, she seems to get everywhere. No one knows where she may pop up next. When you hear someone laughing, no need to turn around, it's Helen. Who's the curly-headed Romeo who keeps you from the other fellows? As a bookkeeper she is tops, or so A. Y, O. Packing Company seems to think, so we know she will continue to succeed there as she is now. Civic Forumg Girls' League n Page 1 ro v 1 . ' if G 4-X, 5. 3- """ - 1 'T " 'TSl1.l1.,"'i f .- - is rs lm Q k 4' 'lisa , , N'-if, 1115, v ullilf' l rg. i 3 1 ' ,l'I!.f " 1. A i .. 1 , ' wr-f1.w-if . ii--W -ff M -1 4 1 -g rill 1' " ' ' X: i '. ' - J xv' STANLEY JOSEPH MORGIEWICZ New Britain, Conn. "Margie" November ll, l9l9 "The basis of all disease is error or belief " Quiet, reflective, cheerful, at times, Stanley is the average N. B. H. S. student, beset with the usual scholastic problems. ln addition to these, he has the recurring misfortune of illness which absents him from the presence of his classmates. lt has become so that teachers keep track of the days he is in class. All of his classmates wish him aspeedy and permanent convalescence and hope that his illness will soon be past history. ' Young Mens Club MARIAN HELEN ROMANOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "May" August 5, l92l "Quiet but sludiousu Marian is another one of those nice, quiet girls. Reading books is her hobby and that is where she gets all of her knowledge. Through all of her years in high school, she has managed to get a high average in all of her subjects. lt is too bad there aren't more girls like her in school. She expects to be a private secretary to a big Hrm and we're sure she will make a good one if some Prince Charming doesn't find her first. Girls' League ELEANOR H. ROOT New Britain. Conn. April 19, 1921 "Smiles welcome ever" Her catching smile has made many a friend for Eleanor. No truer pal can be found anywhere, for she is noted for her strength of character and veracity. A dependable and smart girl, Eleanor can be counted on whenever a friend is needed. Keep it up, Eleanor, and you can't help but succeed in your chosen work as a typist. Girls' League CYRIL ERHART New Hartford, Conn. "Cy" May 25, l9l8 "Make up your mind" "Cy" completed the course in the printing department at the Trade School but hasnt decided whether or not he wants to work at it. He thinks any job with the government has advantagfs that are not to be overlooked. Of course he would like to go into the ureau of printing and engraving and print money. lf you do, "Cy" remember that's one place where they do not give samples. N. B. S. T. S. A. A. 2, 3, 4 MARY RUSCZYK Kensington, Conn. October 21, l92l "To work at all is io work well" Studious as they come is our own Mary. She always has an arm-full of books. Did you ever see her without that cheery smile and happy- go lucky way of hers? Mary intends to be a stenographer, and according to all reports, she'll be a grand one. Best of luck, Mary! ' . 1 . -A..-.1 .4 , . W . Q . . xc-l ie.-. - - -. A , i Page 1 1 1 JEAN T. RYDEL New Britain Conn june 23, 1921 An all around good pal" jean is a grand person who can successfully combine work with play. Her pleasing personality bran s her many friends and her humor and witticism probably account or the disappearance of quietness and gloom when she comes into focus. She shows her fine school spirit by attending the basketball and football games. Best of luck, glean, in securing a position as a secretary in some large firm. FRANCIS LAWRENCE NAUGHTON New Britain Conn May 23, 1921 - He deltghts not tn open doors but in forcing them open" A likeable personality backed by a good voice, combined with energy and brains resulted ln setting "Frank" down as one of the out- standing members of our class His numerous activities have kept him constantly busy during his sojourn here. His aim is T. C. C. and we're OLGA SAKOWICH New York january 6. 1921 Her worth is well-known" Olga is one of the most unusual and charming girls you'll ever meet. She has an entertaining and pleasing personality that makes friends for her wherever she goes She has many accomplishments-one of which is her artistic ability She is sure to develop into a very clever 1 costume designer Best wishes to you, Olga, for your certain success. , Girls League junior College Club 1 FLORINE THERESA SALCE New Britain, Conn. "Flo" june 24, 1921 "Observe the opportunity" "Flo" who is that pleasing and friendly girl in school, is certainly ambitious in her studies and is looking forward to secretarial work in her business career. Don't ever bother to observe who is wammhgsyw, as you might be delayed in your career. With your charm, be plentiful, and with your intelligence, work will be don stop at anything to reach the top. WARREN FREDERICK PEREAU New Britain, Conn. "Brud" March 26, 1921 "A Connoisseur in Beauty" Cooperative. . .pleasing and industrious-at times, Warren is a good-looking fellow whose alert Beauty loving eye catches every beautiful damsel who passes. Generally, he seems quiet, but when started he resembles a one-man tornado. Intelligent and agressive, our five-day bike rider should cycle to fame and fortune. Dnna r 11 WILLIAM EDWARD PARO New Britain Conn "Bill" February 14, 1921 A thousand girls do not me" Lean and likeable Bill is always around wherever there is any fun He can be seen in and out of the school surrounded entirely by you guessed it females lt seems that he has a way with girls but soon he will forget them for he plans to study chemical engineering. lo a good sport with highest ambition we extend goo:l fortune. PAULINE ALBERTA SAPITA Southlngton Lonn 'Paulie" April 29, 1920 Her wise rare smile is sweet" Pauline is one who has a winning smile and at times a stubborn nature which should enable her to have what she wants. The Boys' Club seems 0 have a certain attraction for her and we're all wondering who he t be Pauline s future plans seem to be a toss-up between typing and ling but we know that she's on her way to the top regardless Badminton Club Ping Pong Club, Girls' League HELEN VALERIA SCHIAVO New Britain Conn Lenny" june ll, 1920 Proof to all the world" Helen is the quiet girl who keeps in the back-ground and when a friend is in trouble she comes through and helps them. She's a wonderful dancer and can she Jitterbug Whoo! "Lenny" hopes to go to a sewing school to continue her work as a dressmaker. Yes, those smart clothes you ve seen her wearing have really been made by her. The proof's in the pudding so we have no doubt about "l.enny's" success. if -" X i FRANCIS JOSEPH SAMOJEDNY New Britain, Conn. "Sumo" November 24, 1919 "Studious ofEase" ' "Samo" appears to be utterly difficient of enerlgly, except where the fairer sex is concernedg and athletically inclined, e occasionally finds energy enough to work out with the football and baseball squads. He, while here, kept "bankers hours" coming habitually in at nine when- ever he did come iri. Unless he becomes a banker he'l1 have to buy an alarm clock to get up when opportunity knocks. JANE MABEL SCHMIDT New Britain, Conn. April 3, 1921 "Welcome is her cheerful manner" One of the quiet girls in school, but, Oh! you should see the amount of friends she has. By the way, who is that fainxgentleman in her life? Her ambition is to become a good secretary ith her pleasing r sonality and charming manners, she will succeed. Lots of lujsito-gag l .ai lv vs l . ii. 1 'Q Page II3 DOROTHY RUTH SHRAGER New Britain Conn "Dot" July 30, 1920 A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance" Dot s winning smile friendly nature and quick witticism have helped her to acquire the many friends she has made in N. B. H. S. Dot is a very ambitious person and we know that she will succeed in anything she undertakes Her career, most likely, will be connected with office work May good luck and happiness go with you! JOSEPH PEGOLO Plainville Conn A'joe" November 20, 1920 All the world loves a true sport." Win lose or draw Joe can take it with a smile. He has varied traits of character but his best is that of being a truly good sportsman. He is a quiet fellow in spite of his "dutchy," and, when others fight or argue Joe holds his peace Joe" has many friends and he will ac- quire more after graduation His destination is unknown, but we know he will succeed in any field he enters. Good? luck to him! RUTH FRANCES SHRAGER New Britain Conn June 5, l92l Her voice was ever soft, Gentle and low an excellent thing in woman" Ruth is a soft voiced active and hard-working girl. She has many interests in life but her aim is to enter an art institute after completion of high school Oh yes another interest lies with the opposite sex al- though she will not admit it Well, whichever field she will specialize in we know that she will come out on top. f HULDA AUGUSTA SCHULTZ New Britain, Conn. "Schultzie" Q April l, l922 "Persevere and you shall be amply rewarded" Hulda is one of the two girls in Mr. Campbells well-known physics class and one of the girls to whom it is reported Henry Zeldes sent a valentine. She is not only a well-known student but also a well-liked one. She is a great admirer of sports and was a constant and faithful fan at all our school games. Hulda, having aspirations of being a nurse, planned her school career accordingly. Who would mind being sick with Hulda for a nurse? Junior College Club JAMES JOSEPH PENNA Jersey City, New Jersey 'ijimu December 10, 1921 "For the love of laughter." "Jim" has a pleasing personality and is a good friend to everyone. He is a very efficient jokester and he has the habit of reeling off one story after another. "Jim" is a lover of sports and because of his stature and speed, has been one of the "f'lashiest" basketballers we have yet seen. "Jim's" next stop is N. Y. U. If he doesn't turn he'll make the trip. Luck to him! J Basketball Page 1 I4 - .l. -lil "QL 13 1 -J s s- -. , ,,- .f. . V - 1 , ii R-.f'i,,p.A r-,thi ', r 'rd' at , . EDWARD PETER PLAZENSKI New Britain, Conn. "Eddie" july 30, l92l "Observation more than books, experience more than persons, are the prime educators" Athletically inclined. . .likeable. . .excellent sport. . .somewhat silent "Eddie" rates highly with his numerous friends. He gets into an athletic contest whenever he can, merely to enjoy himself 3 and he can be seen frequently in the Boys' Club gym catching up on his sports. Even with this great interest "Eddie" also Ends time for his studies, which he considers seriously. More power to you "Eddie" in whatever field you may choose to conquer. ANNE FRANCES SERBEN NewlBritain, Conn. "Serbie" December Zl, 1921 "There is much to enjoy" Did you ever see "Serbie" when she wasn't smiling and apparently seeming to enjoy herself? She is one of the sweetest natured girls in our class. es, everyone appreciates this qualityfeven the faculty. By the way, "Serbie," what's the other attraction at the movies every Sunda night besides the double feature-or should l say' ho? She has followed a commercial course successfully and intends become a secretary to some unknown employer. We know you have the makings, so go to it. Girls' League MARIAN VERA SKELLY Bristol, Conn. june lf, l9Zl "A true friend" A chic but inconspicuous dresser-as high in her moral standards as in her scholastic standing-as much a lover of good music as of swing music and swinging a tennis racket-and a true riend. With the follow- ing of the opposite sex, perhaps she will be married before she has time to establish herself in a secretarial career. Girls' League ness olg his should carry him far. success. Girls' League Page 1 15 THOMAS PORTANTE New Britain, Conn. "Tommy December l2 IQZO "Though he is a wit, he is no fool A ready wit is also an indication of keen intelligence Tom finds himself in this position. He does a great deal of reading and finds that he enjoys history the most. Besides this Tom is a good scrapper and will ar ue with anyone over a point he believes right Ihis aggressive ELEANORE CATHERINE SMIALOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Smiley August 9 l92l "With an industrious and persisting studiousness well nigh equal to a Greek scholar Enveloped by a pleasant seriousness and pensiveness undisturbed by the hustle and the bustle of current events is our Smiley Her sweet smile plays continuousl about her lips and such a happ pression has been the cause oflmany friendships We trust youl like your choice of nurses training and know you ll proceed to be a grand Mg.: Elf' ' 1. , -fM,,..4 ,.,, . g -S' " " "'A "" vi " ' 1 CATHARINE WRIGHT SMITH New Britain, Conn. "Kay" May 31, l92l "A day for toil, an hour for sport" "Kay" is a regular pal if there ever was one. Her lowing smile and warm heart have won fame for her throughout the sciool. "Kay" may be industrious and diligent in school, but she is also very enthusiastic about many sports including skating, golf, and tennis. From various authorities we hear she is planning to spend the next four years at the Connecticut College for Women. Here's wishing you all the luck in the world, "Kay." junior College Club, Girls' League JOHN STANLEY ZYJESKI Hartford, Conn. "Corkey" February 22, 1921 A' Now is the time to dance" Although john is willing to 'protect the rear" relative to school work, chivalrous as he is, he can be found among the first to aid a damsel in distress. Though he enjoys sports and other recreational activities, he is almost invariably seen dancing at the Farmington Avenue Pavilion. An aspirant in the business field, we earnestly hope he will easily waltz to fame and fortune. Golf 5 Football HELEN BERTHA SOBCZAK New Britain, Conn. "Dimplq.s" january 2, 1921 "Variety is the mother of enjoyment" Helen is a quiet, good-natured person who does her own work and does it well. Helen is an excellent sewer, a marvelous hairdresser, and she also enjoys dancing and sports, especially tennis and basketball. "Dimples" is also a lover of books and spends much of her leisure time in reading thCm W6V6f, Helen's plans for the future show her as a typist with succ crowning her efforts. Girls' League the world. work. Civic Forum 51' Page 116 A CLARA THERESA SAPKO New Britain, Conn. "Snacks December 25 1920 ' "Many things are cause for laughter Clara is always full of pep. She has dark hair and dark eyes that light up when she laughs. She has many friends who admire her vitality We wonder whether a certain dark-haired boy has anything to do with her traveling on buses? We all wish Clara all the luck and success in THOMAS BERNARD PRILL New Britain, Conn. August 8 1919 "Plow deep while sluggards sleep This tall lanky lad is very often and most easily found draped on a stool working in Miss Olsson's art room His secret desire is to be a sports columnist for some nationally known newspaper flt wasnt long ago by the way, that he received a complimentary letter of en couragement from the well known jimmy Powers of a New York Dailyj We feel sure that he will reach his goal if he keeps up the good ANNE MARIAN SOWA New Britain Conn November ll, l92I Sweet are her ways" We are sure you all know Anne. She's that well dressed, curly headed blond you ve seen strutting down the hall many a time. Although she appears to be indifferent to all that goes on around her, we're certain she doesn t miss a thing We wonder what brings her to the dances at the Y every Saturday nighti ls it serious? Anne intends to further her education by attending lvloody's Secretarial School. All sorts of HERSCHEL RABINOW New Britain Conn Hirsch" November 18, l92l Arl his one and only love." Hirschey is the big affable artist of the class of '39. His talent is the envy of all the doodlers in N. B. H. S. "Hirschey" is always Filled with witty remarks or some tid-bit of humor picked up from here and there lf art can express personality "Herschey's" financial and social Civic Forum Young Men s Club MARGARET RUTH STACHERL New Britain Conn 'Peggyn March 3, 1920 Little deeds of kindness" Plenty of pep kindness sincerity, and a pleasant smile complete the picture of Peg Peg has never been known to come to class unprepared and can answer any and all questions on the spur of the moment l'hat personality will surely rate a great deal, "Peg," in your plans to be a stenographer and we hope that you keep up the good work. MIRIAM ELISABETH STADLER New Britain, Conn. "Mim" March 4, l922 "A merry heart that laughs at care" "Short but sweet" is "Ivlim," and she sees the funny side of every- thing. She has been active in Alpha Alpha and Rainbow and popular with her friends. You can pick her out from the crowd by her individua- listic voice and vivacious grin. "Mim" plans to study physical education at Russell Sa e College. Her "Oh, honestly"-shows her to be a candid young lady, tie type who gets a great deal outulife. junior College Clubg Girls' League EDWARD ALBERT REEVE New Britain, Conn. March 18, 1921 "Heredity is his only alibi" No matter in which direction you turn, you can always spot "Ed" in the crowd because of that famous "Butch" hair cut. is good in his studies. . ,when he works. At times, when he gets lazy, he says "don't blame me, blame it on my ancestors." lf unaffected by his "ancestors" in future life,Vwe're sure "Ed" will succeed. 1 , . . wi- -M .ff 'Hs T w - . K -J... .- 1 'H+ -rv- i 1. . 1 . ., ,. t...,..'.o ,,- ., ,ar gf ' l '--.A 'z - " ,"'-ff - ' 1 1 hrg I. , Page 1 1 7 . jg' 1 'fi .. .., . gf, i Sr' . Aw W l' v RICHARD HERBERT REFFELT New Haven, Conn. " Une" August 13, 1921 "Une" or "Dick" is the short, blonde senior who, we're afraid, is Cupid's easiest victim at N. B. H. S. Heretofore it has been said that there is nothing so fickle as a womans mind but now the numerous fluctuations of "Dickies" heart must be taken into consideration. However, there is also a serious side in "Unc." It is an earnest interest in music, especially "swing," Like the poet Burns he will go far, if not hindered by love, Musical Club, Orchestra, Band, Glee Club PHYLLIS JEANETTE STELLA New Britain, Conn. "Phil" October 12, 1921 "Trouble is just a bubble" "Phil" is a cute brunette whose main purpose in life seems to be keeping everyone happy. She is the fortunate possessor of a vivacious personality, from which she has gained many true friends. "Phil" is never too absorbed in her own affairs to help others out-by helping to "swing" a Civic Forum Social, or patching up a broken romance. If you're ever in trouble, just see "Phil". She'll fix you up. She plans to be a hairdresser and, of course, she'1l succeed. C-irls' League, Membership Secretary of Civic Forum IRENE MARIE STEWART Detroit, Mich. "Renee" December 21, 1921 " Helpful to everyone" Irene is a tall, lively girl and always willing to help anyone. Al- though she is very studious in school and is one of the first to hand her homework in, she is full of fun among her friends outside of school. Swimming is one of her favorite sports. lrene has ambitions to become a private secretary and may be found next year at Moody's. Girls' League, Senior Girl Adviser throughout his life. Girls' League, Orchestra Page 1 18 CHESTER FRANCIS RENTAL Dickson City, P. A. "Chet" October 20 1921 "All doors open to courtesy Very agreeable. . .courteous and kind Chet has a personality which enables him to get along with everyone he encounters He tackles his work persistantly and doesn't rest until it s done and done well He likes beauty and admires poetryal-English and especially American "Chet" likes sports and excels in tennis. May he keep on serving aces CECELIA JANE STICHTENOTH New Britain, Conn. V "Cel" june 9 1921 "Still waters run deep Cecelia is the girl who can swing a fiddle and tickle the ivorys What's the reason she doesn't bite her fingernails anymorel We wonder Was it to please someone? She lends a helping hand to anyone that needs it. Her smile attracts the opposite sex and then breaks their hearts. Her main ambition is to become a hairdresser She also wants to travel far and wide, so we'll be seeing you in China' EDWARD JOSEPH RIVERS New Britain, Conn. "Eddie" july 25, 1920 " Haste is the parent offailureu "Eddie," although not always the first to finish his work, is a thorough and methodical person. He believes in taking his time and getting the thing done right. Tennis and golf are among his favorite pastimes. "Eddie" plans to attend a business school in the near future, and, because this is a profession in which thoroughness and initiative are required, he will Gnd in it his key to the future. Golf 3 Baseball CAROLYN HEATH STOWELL Derby, Conn. "Carol" August 14, 1921 "Virtue is its own reward" Carolyn is the virtuous young lady who loves the finer things in life. Her charming personality and keen mind will bring her success in the years to come. She intends to become a psychologist of note after graduating from colle e and receiving her M. A. Carolyn enjoys just about everything inciuding poem writing, piano playing, dancing, sinfngi acting, and outdoor sports. Her understanding and interest ma e er a warm friend. She accomplishes what she sets out to do and does it well. lf that is any indication of the future, we'll be hearing great things of her some day. Girls' League, Eunior Colle e Clubg Amphion Clubg Orchestrag Glee Club, Feature ditor of the Red and Gold Review HELEN CLARA STREGOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Ellen" june 11, 1920 "Few can serve, yel all can please" Helen is the likeable girl with the very pleasant smile. During her stay in N. B. H. S. she took up shorthand and office practice with much vim and vigor that we are certain of her ultimate success in whatever held she may choose to endeavor. Helen's attitude toward the opposite sex is rather cool, but what about that certain someone who takes up most of her time after school. May good luck and happiness be hers. ROLAND RICHARD ROBERTS V Greenville, Maine March 12, 1922 "Wil and wisdom are born within this man" When life is at its lowest ebb, all one has to do is call on Roland, who has the rare gift of dispelling loom. ln addition to his witticisms and genial character, he is one of tlge most active students of the class, what with the Musical and Amphion Clubs. He intends to go to T. C. C. and we're sure that N. B. H. S.'s loss will be T. C. Cfs gain. Amphion Clubg Band, Orchestra BEATRICE MARION STRINI New Britain, Conn. "Brown Eyes" March 1, 1921 "Patience is a virtue" Beat rice, in spite of her love of fun, has always managed to maintain a high scholastic average. Her patience and willingness to help anyone are what make her so well liked. Beatrice's favorite pastimes are tripping the li ht fantastic and knitting. She hasn't quite decided whether or not sie wants to continue school life at some higher institution of learning or go right into the business of being a working girl. Success to Beatrice in all that she undertakes in life. HELEN AGNES SZCZUR East Hampton Conn February 22, 1922 Our loss will develop into somebodyls gain" Here s a girl who is so neat trim, brilliant, and popular that so far we haven t found a single enemy to speak ill of her. Maybe she hasn't any enemies Helen s very good in her subjects, just as she is in every- thing she undertakes Although we are in the dark as far as her future plans go we wish her all the success in the world. HENRY JOSEPH ROSINSKI New Britain Conn "Russ" june lo, 1922 It s a diferent thing to act and to talk" Still water runs deep with a strain of a gentle flow of goodness and a deep sense of responsibilitv in Henry. His attitude toward his school work fortells the type of interest he will have in his future business career Best wishes for everything good to him. CARMELA GLORIA TABELLIONE New Britain Conn 'Carmieu july 10, 1921 A ectwnate and glad eyes" Carmie is short and sweet with big, dark, brown eyes and dark, brown hair She is quiet and studious and as a result has always been up to date in her studies Carmien is friendly in her quiet way, and has proved a real friend to her many acquaintances. Best of luck to one who is deserving of it' Heli. sAMiJEL SPALTER New Britain, Conn. i'Duke" October 3, 1921 "Shy, but oh my!" Despite his small size, "Sam" has an uncanny knack of getting in everyone s wayuespecially Mr. Campbells, who was the inspiration for "Sams" invention, the collapsible peashooter. "Sam" gives the impression of being lazy and not being conscientious about his school work-but we know this is just a cover up, for i'Sam" has high marks and we know he'l1 be a success in business, Qbesides that blonde from Hartford will be awfully disappointed if he isn't.j ASTRID CHARLOTTE ABRAHAMSON New Britain, Conn. june 29, 1920 "An honest broad smile of friendliness" Astrid is one of our charming little girls who is looking forward to a position in the business world where she hopes to succeed in a big way. As you see from her picture she is one of these people who know how to smile. Her business skill and her smile ought to bring her success, JOSEPH ANTHONY ZITA New Britain Conn November 8, 1920 An intellectual mind and a soul for greater things" l' rue modesty it seems is a virtue that is possessed by those who have something to boast about. "Joes" mental capacity is far above the average but to hear him talk about his achievements, l'm afraid that you d assume that he graduated with a horseshoe and a prayer. Joe was our class president in 10th grade, and his popularity has increased steadily each year His spirit of cooperation, and his fine mind will carry joe far as he goes out of our school to continue his Chess Club Newspaper Club ANNA RITA T ANGUAY New Britain Conn "Nan" january 3, 1922 When Irish eyes are smiling" With Irish eyes a smiling and a sunny disposition she is a chum worth having Yes many a masculine heart has pumped wildly at one glance from Nan s Irish eyes. They portray qualities of wit, clever- ness and sociability lt is said that she resembles "Martha Raye." Let s hope she comes to some great glory as this famous person has. lhere is knowledge galore packed away under that beautiful head of hair We don t know her plans for the future, but her winning ways FRANK JOSEPH SALERNO ltaly Frankie" january 4, 1921 A Latin type Frank is our man of few words, who believes in saying only what is necessary One of the things high school has done to him was to give him a new outlook on life. Now, at least, he looks at the fairer sex ln a world where sincerity and calmness are needed, Frank can Gnd his way to prosperity Good luck to him! i'i if ' ,, Film it I-lELEN MARY TANGUAY New Britain, Conn. "Ellie" january 18, 1920 "Precious gifts are in small packages" This old proverb is well proven by "Ellie," who is small but oh, so dpeppy. On theiurface, "Ellie" appears to be very quiet, but upon a closer acquaint ce, one can readily' see that this is far from true. A contagious giggle and her freckles, ave made her a friend to all who know her. Any time you are looking for "Ellie" gust keep your eyes "peeled" for Babe and Nan, and you'll find "Elie" in their midst. Good luck, "Ellie," you're one person we'll always remember. Civic Forumg Girls' League PAUL ALBERT SAPITA Southington, Conn. "Lefty" April 29, 1920 ' "Give me the spirit of self-sacrifice" With half of his personality given to his charming twin sister Pauline, Paul mastered his share with a power that will someday be the envy of every male youngster. The outstanding trait about Paul is his ability to be a high-class athlete, and yet he never blows his own horn. He is kind, polite, thoughtful, and a very fine chap. The class will be ggoud of Paul, for we predict a brilliant future in his every undertaking, cause of his sincerity. Baseball 5 Basketball ' ' " . . . -. H ll I Il 1 E E E Y - A rv, 9. f 'P e ' Page 121 1 . w aa ERMA MARY TACCHI New Britain Conn january 28, 1921 Our threefold girl always ready to laugh, love and live" Erma is one of those reserved, quiet girls, but she can also be full of fun when with her friends During her three years with us, she has made many friends and is a true "pal" Erma intends to become a bookkeeper and with all of her good qualities we know she'll succeed. EDWARD WILLIAM SCHACK New Britain Conn "Eddy" ' March 13, 1921 Variety is the spice of life" Swimming skating golf and hockey take up the time of "Eddy" the lively lad of the school His ,leasing personality is spread freely in his capacity of caddy on thgi 'uttle Meadow links. With such a variety of interests and dispositl' M H e can do nothing but succeed. MARY JANE TAYLOR New Haven Conn july 8, 1921 A good friend has a price above rubiesn Laughing Irish eyes and a quiet shy person is jane, but she is an all around pal and sport when you get to'know her. We all know she loves dancing and is very good at it, so as a consequence is usually found at manv of the dances held in town. jane aspires to become a stenographer and with her calm manner, she will prove an asset where- ever she works 1 5 a FRANK WALTER SETEAR Meriden, Conn. "Lefty" November 10, 1920 "Studious of elegance and ease" "Lefty" is the easy going soul of our class, taking his leisurely time about everything he does. His colleague, and almost inseparable com- panion of leisure is Pete Masonis, and they are often seen sauntering down the street together. This pose is one of rest, to conserve energy as all those who attempted to stop him on the gridiron can confess. "Lefty's" secret ambition is to be a millionaire and to study art on the side. Football, Basketballg Baseball SHIRLEY THOMPSON New Britain, Conn. "Tommy" january 24, 1922 "A good friend is a friend worth having" Loyal, faithful, industrious, and a wonderful sport, these words adequately describe Shirley. Anytime you happen to see her, she is hustling around, full of ideas of how to pass a "Problems" final with honors and how to keep in step with the swing at the After gradu- ation, "Tommy" intends to become a nurse, and if a winning personality has anything to do with becoming a success in that field, we know you' l go far "Tommy." Here's wishing you the best of luck through life. Dum, 1 -M .ii ng. PAUL AUGUSTINE SHEEHAN New Britain, Conn. june l2, 1922 " Industry jlls the hive" Cheerful, ambitious, industrious, Paul is our shy friend with the changing voice. ln addition to his interest in tennis, he also finds time to work as an usher and even has his own paper route. Paul is appreciated by all who know him because of his quiet, untainted air. His ambition is not known, but, anyone who keeps as busy as he does, deserves the praise of all. Good fortune in whatever he attempts! MABLE LOUISE TOMASONE Plainville, Conn, "Mae" june 25, l92l "A better friend was never known" Mable is one of the girls from Plainville and although she has been here just one year, she has made many friends. One of lvlae's accomplish- ments is her talent for cooking which is to be envied by all. She has been studying to be a stenographer and since everything Mae does, shedgpsy to the best of her ability, she should be a most successful one. Ouibf wishes go with you! ' Girls' League JEAN AGATHA TOMCZEWSKI Newington, Conn. "jean" june 22, 1921 "A truer friend can ne'er be found" At an early age, "-J ean" showed her preference for the opposite sex and is now concentrating on a certain blonde lad from Yale University who spends many week-ends in New Britain. This petite young lady charms her friends with her dazzling personality and witticism. "jean" has no dennite goal in mind, but we do know that she will end up on top in whatever she finally chooses. Civic Forumg Girls' League I RICHARD HOLMES SHERMAN Bridgeport, Conn. "Dick" October 31 l92l "Happiness is a wine of rarest vintage and seems vulgar to the vulgar taste. Q1 Likeable-very determined-and with a happy smile Dick I ' we are informed, has a "sweet disposition His favorite pastime is - 1 Gshing at which he spends much of his time but the lad has pugilistic " ', aspirations, hoping to rise in the lightweight boxing ranks lf he s as ' persistent in this field as he has been in some of his previous under takings, they can start altering the inscription on the crown you at Ivloody's, "-lean." Girls' League GENEVIEVE ,IULIANNA TRZCINSKI New Britain, Conn. "jean" January 20 l920 " Nothing impossible to a willing heart Who's that quiet, dark-eyed damsel who seems to get aroundi "jean," of course. Her countless friends will all tell you jean s a girl you can depend on for promptness and to share a joke with you She s very active in all church affairs. A Sacred Heart Church Social wouldn t be complete without our "Jean". She's secretary of practically all the clubs she belongs to as a reward for her trustworthmess jeans hobbies are photo raphy and autograph collecting lf you re in need of a loyal, dependab e friend, "jeans" the answer We ll be hearing from ADOLF WALTER SIMONIDES New Britain Conn July 3, 1921 His wish is for aflying chariot" Simon an ambitious English student and practical ioker, is above the common run of students. His hobbies include model' making, stamp and old coin collecting His interests tend toward boxing, weight lifting and girls but hes been kept quite busy with his school work and position as a fleet footed milk-man. "Simon's" life ambition is to be an air pilot and with his many-sided interests, he should soar to MARY CATHERINE FAGAN Springfield Mass 'Flashn june 21, 1920 Cares beguiled by sports like these" Mildred is that lovable girl with the happy temperament who can usually be found in Miss Koplowitz's room. She is very popular with both boys and girls and is a great sports enthusiast. Among her favorite sports are ice skating tennis and swimming. We wish her success in ROBERT J. SMITH New Britain Conn "Moe" September 2, 1921 Here is a happy go lucky young man whose hearty laughter and genuine lrish smile have smitten many a maidens heart. He has a host of friends both here and at the Strand where he ushers. Some day we ll probably see Bob mana ing a show and we know that there'll be a couple of seats reserved for his classmates. CWe hopej I '1 MICHAELINA A. VALENTI New Britain, Conn. "Mickey" March 5, 1921 "When traveling gets rough, smile" Michaelina, known to all her classmates as "Mickey" is an attrac- tive, demure girl who certainly knows how to wear clothes. She is always ready to lend a helping hand to those in distress. This is verified by her work at school as a Senior Girl Adviser. To one of her particular teacher friends, she is known as a "mischievous cherubf' Good luck, "Mickey." May the sun alway shine on whatever walk of life you may choose. Girls' League EDWARD STANLEY SMOLENSKI New Britain, Conn. "Eddie" October 8, 1921 "Self trust is the first secret of success" The efficiency of the well-known and well-liked athletic manager 'iEddie," will long remain a password among players and managers for a long while to come. Not only was he outstanding in his work as manager but he also shone as an athlete, and, finally to "top it all off" he ended up with general scholastic honors. His 1ife's plans are not completely known but he's sure to succeed whatever they are! Manager of Baseballg Basketball, Football '36, '39 , ,pr iyfmw S ai Tal' 1 A sn, ,, ,a 7 fs 'ii.f"'i!f'iE3iliff.W' rifle-"I s ' Vi! .vi fd: an ri, h L ii , t 1 Ai" 1 1 A I SADIE EUGENIE VARDANIAN Hartford, Conn. "Sandy" November 9, 1917 "Where there is a will there is a way" Sadie is that quiet girl with the jet black, shiny hair so envied by all her chums, whose worthy ambition is to become a lawyer and to deal mainly in juvenile court cases. Due to outside work, Sadie, has been unable to participate in school activities, but has at all times been a loyal school supporter. With her quiet studious manner, we feel certain that she will overcome any obstacles that may arise in her f uture law work. Girls' League JACK SHEFFIELD SOLOMON ' New Britain, Conn. june 7, l92l "The world is his canvas" jack is a shining example of a fellow who can give and take a "Rib- bingf' He is a humorous "guy" who will go out of his way to help others. jack is interested in baseball, photography, and a restricted number of women. An inspiring artist, may he draw his way to success. Knights of the High School i MARTHA ELIZABETH VICK Avcsta, Sweden "Marty" September l0, l92l "Here is a girl who can lure you out of a bad humor" Martha's a real em who came ori inally from Sweden. Her charm- ing manner makes Tier dear to all who know her. She is a musician, playing her Gddle in the orchestra. Martha's a girl who is winsome and gay And you all know she has a winning way Willing to help she'll always be For that is Martha's personality. She plans to attend T. C. C. We wish her Bon Voyage along life's way. Glee Club, Orchestra, Musical Club, Girls' League ' ROBERT LEWIS SORRENTINO New Britain, Conn. - "Sarge" December I3, l9l9 "Music is the content of mind." "Sarge," as he is most often called, is an industrious chap who is never seen without a smile on his face. His hobby is stamp collecting and his ambition us to play someday in a swing band. Apart from this, "Sarge" also believes that girls are the best gifts men could receive. lf cheerfulness and hard work are indicators of success, then "Sarge" should have no trouble when he gets out of school. Band, Orchestra, Glee Club, Vice-President of Stamp Club MARION KATHLEEN WALSH New Britain, Conn. "Mim" june 19, 1920 "Shell go to heaven on dancing feet" "Mim" is one of the best dancers in the graduating class. Her peppy feet have enlivened many a dance Floor. Along with her famous dancing, she is also blessed with a wonderful sense of humor and a vibrant personality. "Mim" has already proved her merit and hardworking determination by leading a life fu l to the brim with numerous activities. After graduating, Marion intends to become a'dancing teacher, and we know she wil be a wonderful success in this Field. Good luck, Marion! Girls' League .- 1 1 ,. -F . , -' 1 ., . - 5, fra 5,3 . gm . , if - eg", i ' as U . ,, Page rzj DAVID WILLIAM STACK New Britain Conn "Dave" December 13, l920 H LS cheerful look makes a dish a feast" A great lover of sports ever helpful to classmates-easy going- and cheerful this well liked student-known familiarly as "5kizz," has a habit of singing in the school corridors whenever he passes therein. From all a pearances one would suspect he's a lady's mang but really the boy is ashful and often blushes! He hopes someday to be a history professor and he has the best wishes of all his fellow students in his DOROTHY ALICE WAGNER Ellington Conn 'Dottien February 18, l92l The beauty of shynessn Dorothfis the girl who is always hurrying about, who blushes at anything that is said and whose artistic ability has won her many passes to theatres Dottie is sweet and does very little talking but will help anyone become a commercial artist, so here's wishing her the best of luck on the road of success. ERWIN PAUL STAHLBUSH New Britain Conn April l5, 1921 No tree falls at the first stroke" . Erv is the quiet serious minded fellow, whose type is a boon to our class A level headed deep thinker whose ambition is along mechan- ical lines is bound to succeed His persistant nature and enjoyable comradeship have made him popular in the past and will continue to 5 MARTHA MARY WARNAT New Britain, Conn. "Marty" january 6, 1921 "To the singer comes the song" We all know Martha, our schools songbird, as a charming girl with a vivacious personality and great ambitions. She is rather a versatile young lady, for she enjoys reading, acting, singing, and people. I-ler ambition is to act and do concert work. Martha has a special system for making friends. She combines music with work, xniites in a little personality-plus, frosts it with unselfconsciousness, old,-you know the results! ' Glee Clubsg Girls' League Representative ' STEPHEN DOMINIC STIFEL New Britain, Conn. "Steve" August 4, 1921 "Alas, I have loved pride and praise" Pride and self-glory seldom are applied to a student for fear of offending, but, when these trails are tempered with friendliness and sportsmanship, they lose their sting. "Steve" comes into this class. We realize that his belligerent spirit and unique personality are necessary in life, and we wish him all the success we possibly can. Basketball Page 126 A in HELEN MARION WESOLY New Britain, Conn. "Happy" August l0, l92l "A smile from her bright eyes" How can we resist that mischievous come-hither look in "Happy's" eyes. Yet they seem to have a special look for only a certain one. No social affair is complete without "Happy" for when she starts things off, they keep going for hours. Nevertheless, there is a serious side to "Happy" and with her winning personality she will surely attain her goal serving mankind. What career is that? Why a nurse, of course! Girlsf. League, junior College Club THEODORE JOHN STOLARSKI Waterbury, Conn. "Teddy" June l, l9l9 "A versatile man always succeeds in the world." Vi orous, . .good natured. . .shy, "Tedd " is one of those intel- lectually gifted people from the commercial, side of our high school. He is quite reserved, quiet, and realizes that it is to his own interest to do his work well. We feel he will be successful in whatever career he chooses. Golf ELEANOR MAE WESTERGREN New Britain, Conn. "El" September 8, 1920 "Speech is silver, but silence is gold" Who's that shrimp that never says much but just grins? lt's Eleanor! She never seems to have much to say unless she's called upon in class. Her pleasant smile has won her many friends. She takes her athletics seriously and does very well in both skating and swimming. She is also a very talented artist and spends a lot of her time in the art room. We know that whatever "El" undertakes to do in life, she will do well. fuel? to you, "I.ou." Girls' League ELLIOT SICKLICK New Britain, Conn. December I8 1921 " His wil humane, although keen An abundant supply of everything that combines to make an out standing person can be found in "Eli This amazing personalitv is the type that makes life enjoyi-able. A ready supply of wit and humor is constantly bubbling over. he uproar in Room 33 was due in no small measure, to "El's" pranks. Despite all this he has maintained an honor average throughout his high school career With such an abundance of virtues "El " is bound to go far LUCY LUCILLE WIERBICKA New Britain, Conn. "Lou" june 22 l92l "A friend indeed when needed "Lou" as she is known by her friends is a lover of fun and dancing and nearly every week-end one may find her at both of the Y s Her commercial course in school has prepared her for a position of a steno ra her, and you may be sure that she will make a success of it So good T Epi E1--K ' 'Tam EDWARD JOSEPH SYDLOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Dugee" October 19, 1920 A' Not much talk-a great expressive silence" Although "Eddie" is more or less the quiet and modest type most of the time, occasionally he "1et's his hair down" and is as cheerful, happy and humourous as the next one. A believer in that old proverb that "haste makes waste" he never hurries about his scheduled tasks but does them slowly but surely. His favorite subject, in which he excelled was typewriting. Best of luck to you, Edward, in your future GENEVIEVE MARIE WIRKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "jean" March 5, 1922 "The firmest friend" "Jean," as all her friends call her, has that certain something that , others seem to lack. She possesses a sense of humor that gets her into many mischievous pranks. Her ability to squirm out of tight spots is envied by her other girl friends. Best wishes, "Jean," in whatever field you plan to enter, and may your friends always be as numerous as HENRY JOSEPH TUREK New Britain, Conn. "Turk" May 3, 1921 " His silence is eloquent" Henry is a rather ambitious young gentleman. Ordinarily he's somewhat quiet and reserved and often rather apt to become a little whimsical. Whenever a bookkeeping problem stumps him, which is rarely, he seeks aid from a feminine expert, who willingly helps him. May he be as successful in things to come as he has been in several outstanding achievements in the past. FLORA RITA WITHAM New Britain, Conn. "Flo" March 16, 1921 "Personality goes a long way" Flora, better know as "Flo" is the vivacious red head with per- sonality-plus, who loves to dance. During her stay at schdol, she has won many friends by' being the Social Director of the Girls' League of which she has always been an active member. Her friends are many at school and at the where she can always be found dancing. Best wishes, Flora, may you always dance your Way through life with your numerous friends. Girls' League HENRY JOSEPH TRACY New Britain, Conn. February 17, 1920 "Genius is useless without gut" ' Henry is another one of Gods gifts to the women. His happy dis- position and wavy locks are a decided advantage to him when he trips and tears across-the many dance floors. Tracy's stellar performance on his home-room basketball team aided his room in winning the intra- mural championship. With due respect for his ability, we picture him a success in life. Civic Forum, Boys' League -6,-iff' , 1 gl! t f.. . '-. T iw 1.1 -I 4,- ' A ' I RICHARD RICARDO VARDANIAN New Britain, Conn. "Dickey Boy" April 3, 1921 " His ambition like a torrent" Short, dark, and friendly "Dick" is an authority-to hear him speak -on the fairer sex. He is also interested in sports and dramatics. His spare time, what there is of it, is spent in working in a garage after school. With such ambition, we can only offer best wishes and watch him succeed. HEDWIG ROSE WLODKOWSKI New Britain, Conn. "A maiden never boldg Of spirit so still and quiet that her motion Blushed at herself." Hedwig is a quiet girl but her quietness does not conceal her in- telligence. All the teachers like her because she is always up-to-date in her work. Hedwig's ambition is to attain a position in the bookkeeping Field and we know that with her industrious attitude and pleasing manner she is bound to succeed. CLIFTON DOUGLAS VARSELL New Britain, Conn. "Tippy" june 14, 1920 "Silence is become his mother-tongue." "Tippy," as he is better known around the premises of our dear high school, is gifted with looks, personality and talent. He is a tall blonde and thought of as the "silent type." He is gifted with knowing what to do and to say at the proper time, because he knows when silence is golden. "Tippy's" aspirations reach to electrical engineering, and we hope he is successful in this field so that he may receive the prosperity he deserves B. S. D. H. "' , ' V 1-f '3 E" .- L 1 'ffl . 4.1 ""' A . if "" . . ,j,fTf,yf , ' ' A january ll, 1921 LEOCADIA THERESA WOLAK New Britain, Conn. "Leo," "Lottie" May 23, 1921 "l.ottie's" considered a link in a great chain of friendship. She has a cheerful disposition, and has gained the admiration of all she has come in contact with. "Lottie" is very interested in nursing and has followed this course throu school. We all know you wil succeed in your career, and we wis you the best of luck. Girls' League ROBERT FRANCIS WALSH Milford, Conn. "Bob" August 13. 1921 "Care to our cojin adds a nail, no doubt, And every grin, so merry, draws one out." "Bob" is the big, cheerful, blonde with the infectuous grin, and fbelieve-it-or-notj a school-girl blush. His popularity is an achievement to be envied by all. "Bob" was an avera e scholar, but lately he has been surprising everyone fincluding Mr. geachl by getting a bunch of in Mr. Beach's grueling Biology tests. Thou h we don't know "Bobs" future plans, we're all behind him, luck by time barrell, D--- ...A ,Au-ZZ S., s ,,,, f i I an 3 ROSALIE BARBARA WROBEL New Britain, Conn. "Roe" October 21, 1920 "A modern girl with big brown eyes, And personality twice her size." Here's one member of our class who is always full of bubbling laughter and good fellowship. She manages to keep her work well up- to-date, as well as to enjoy herself among her friends. "Roe" has many admirers. Her friends are always glad to have her among them, because of her fun-loving spirit. She is also the girl who has her keen eyes out for a good looking blonde. Well, heres good luck to you, "Roe" JOSEPH CHARLES YOUNG New Britain, Conn. "joe" March 12, 1921 "lndustry makes all things easy" ' is a hard-working boy. He works outside of school but he still has time to do his studies and do them well. He intends to go to Pratt and Whitney Air-Craft Corporation to become a Mechanical Engineer. He is very quiet, is well-liked and has a host of friends. We ' all wish him good luck and success. HELEN DOROTHY YESKOVICH New Britain, Conn. january 29, 1921 "Beauty comes by Natureg Silence by Wisdom" A mischievous look in her eyes denotes a sense of humor, hidden beneath her quiet manner. Helen takes her school work very seriously but that does not seem to interfere with her social life at the 'Y. We hear that Helen intends to enter Florence Nightingale's profession. May success be yours, Helenl junior College Clubg Girls' League BENNY PETER WIELECHOWSKI Webster, Mass. "Ben" September 9, 1921 "A born story teller" Benny is the cheerful story-teller who is always late in his work. During the last semester, though, he has surprised many by coming through with flying colors. His hobbies include swimming and fishing, and it is said that these pastimes gave him the ability of narrating tales and getting away with it. Benny hopes to find something in the business world, and, as long as it is worth while, we're behind him. JULIA V. YOHANNA New Britain, Conn. "julie" june 6, 1921 " Happy as the day is long" "julie" is our dark haired, dark eyed, studious little miss of about Hfty-nine inches. When it comes to studies one cannot find a more serious and business-like girl than "julie" But at tennis or dancing, she is full of fun. Who's that blonde in your life, "julie"'! Whatever your field is, we all wish you a great deal of success and happiness. Girls' League 1 T1,,. ,,, GREGORY JOSEPH WESOLY New Britain, Conn. A'Doc" May 8, 1919 "lf you're there before it's over, you're on time." is our last-minute sleeper who is satisfied in beating the school bell by a couple of seconds. But he also has other interests, as is an excellent ping pong player and also the forgotten man of football. Remember his sensational "touch down run" that was re- called in Fitchburg? Now he is getting ready to speed along the field of life, while we watch and record his progress as a business man. Good luck to him! MARION JOSEPHINE ZIELINSKI New Britain, Conn. "M, Z." 1 October 31, 1920 'APraise and true perfection" What a girl is this Marion! That is the expression that is going on between the gentlemen of the school. She is known for her sociability and the gracefulness of her smile. lf ever there should be a contest for the ideal high school girl, we are sure that Marion would fit the part perfectly. On the whole, we wish her the best of luck in starting on the road to success as a competent bookkeeper. New Britain, Conn. A'Sandy" August 17, 1920 " Iler golden locks are truly sweet" r ' w t olden haired irl who s aks her mind and Eleano is a s ee. g - g pe doesn't care who hears it. Eleanor loves dancing and she swings a mean racket. Her latest crush is a jitterbug prize fighter from Bristol, but don't let it worry you boys, her crushes never last long. Well-it's been a long tough grind, but a few intermissions made it easier, and we're V sorry to have to part. xg., 1 ml . 1 . 1 .- 1 ELEANOR JOHNSON SANDEN .gil EMILY ELIZABETH ZIMNEWICZ Berlin, Conn. "Millie" January 12. 1921 "Quietness is best" Emily is a little girl, quiet and shy. She is the kind of girl whom the teachers prefer, for she does her work well and on time and is referred to as a model student. We are certain Emily will have plenty of success in :nyithing she tries if she continues ahead as she has done in High Sc oo. Girls' League NUNZIO JAMES YANNELLO New Britain, Conn. " Nobbyn May 28, 1921 "ln every thought sincere" Nunzio, who is not exactly a house afire, belongs to the silent type. And so, he is serious about his school work. When he is out, however, he immediately changes to a sparkling Romeo, having numerous ac- quaintances among the opposite sex. No matter what he does in the future, Nunzio wil make good because of his good-natured sincerity. GH' EX.: .f Page 131 2' M1 rigs-Syn: if ?'eaw.i " i, ft. .. . ' . - rsig Q Agni Qigmesaessaiieikiss 'fakes .--2,' I 1 . ,. .- - . - 55: gy,-: yx i- -i 1., -I -A V. 5 " "' "M" I-3: 51i5N,2z'Qs2.:i E' 9 43 - - 1 NELLIE DORIS ZLICZEWSKI New Britain, Conn. "Nan" june 3, 1921 " Understanding passeth all" "Nan" is that mischievous girl who always wears a smile. Her sympathetic nature and understanding of her fellow students have won her many friends. Although she seldom does any homework she always manages to glet better marks than average in her classes. What is the interest you ave in the fair city of New Haven, now! We are sure that our charmin rsonality will be an asset to you when you enter your Y 8 Pe clerical profession. Girls' League HENRY ZELDES New Britain, Conn. "Give me a problem, a great big problem" Henry is probably the most disappointed man in our class- dis- appointed because his average did not quite reach 99. Henry has bound- less energy, personality and ability which combine in such a proportion to make him a very popular personality with both the student body and the faculty. Henry organized, and was the first president of the chess club in high school. It is rumored that there is another side to Henry, a side which comes to light in Physics. O well, Henry, it must come to all humans sometime. Chess Club NONA New Britain, Conn. l "Admire her for her wit" When one thinks of Nona, one thinks of humor, wit, and laughter, for she is seldom serious. Her bubbling spirit is so infectuous that even the most serious minded person bursts out laughing. She is not very tall, but is energetic in movement and independent in spirit. A person is always sure of a greeting from her for she isn't timid or snobbish. junell,l92l LEONE ZUK August 22, 1920 ture has made her ver o ular in her circle of friends , Her happy na y p p and acquaintances and will continue to do so when she wins new ac- quaintances as a clerical worker. -Girls' League , , i i l 4 WILLIAM FRANCIS ZIEGLER Miami, Fla. "Zig" june 2, 1921 "The essence of humor is sensibility." "Bill," or "Zig" as he is generally known, is a natural salesman. If he had been born one hundred years sooner, he would have skinned the shirts off the backs of the old horse traders. "Bill," besides having the photography bug, fancies himself a violin player, but only his mother will agree. He is also a good cook and will make a fine husband for some girl. Interesting and humorous-"Zig" makes a good friend and a swell gUY- Camera Club MARY EVELYN ZOTTOLA New Britain, Conn. "Mimi" February Z7, 1921 "Blessed is he who has found his work" "Mimi" is the slim girl with a pleasing personality, whom you never see with a book in her hand although she gets average grades in all her studies. 'AMimi's" chief ambition is to be a hairdresser, but there's a certain someone who might change her plans. Watch out "Mimi" or the field of hairdressing will miss your talent. Girls' League Page 1 32 I gj lf 4 N.B.H.s. W E va ,.. y Wh 9' , .44 mga 1939 n u . .1 Iune Class Night Exercises ' . 5 Address offTlV'elcorne -' '.' L Parents, Teachers, Friends and Fellotv Classmates: ' ' u We-are gathered here tonight to hold dur annual cl-ass night exercises. In behalf of the graduating class, I wotxldfirst like to enftend our thanks to the parents, teachers and all other fgends who have hllped to make possible , the attainment of our high school education. ' . ' x The members qgthe june class will now preseht for youl' apbroval, aaone I R act comedy entitled Mixed Datesff , " ' -L ' ul I-low successful it may be is left te your judg'ment.'4' ' .i ' " " ' 'WI thank du A ' v ' y 5 . Q A William Gray s J as I T ' 1. OVERTURE s.,. Q New Bfifaihhigwschomsytng ofahear, , 2. SPEECH OF WELCOME . .' ,WilliamsGray, Presidqht of the .lint Cla! of 1939 - 1 3. CLASS HISTORY . . .' . . . . V' ian ,Kiernan 4. TRoMBoNis soto . .' . ' . . pi JL iliiafadsssw " 5. COMEDY-"Mi34ed Dates" . 1' . . 1 . 'sjune Class of 1939 6. PRESENTATIONS . . . ve .., in . William Gray 7. Music - . ' . 'rf senior High-,selhesoiqciee Club 8. CLASS PROPHECY . . . I' . ' Elizabeth johnson 9.. CLASS WILL ..... wi.. . , Anne Bankowski an ' io. Music .... 'L NewlBritain High qSchool Swing orchestra Music under the directfbn of Frederiqk S. Mirliani 4 1 i 4 ,MIXED DATES I Play in One Act by I ' I . VIRGINIA THORNTON KING 4' The Characters ' Ellin Holmes, a nice girl-Eve like . . . Ethel Duch Elmer Elwood, a real man but shy Robert Crum john Sinclair, inclined to be bossy . Everett Lass Lucille Byron, a fiirtatious young lady . . Thella Mae Price Mrs. V. Duckworth Manning, a social climber . . Anne Munich Virgil Duckworth Manning, strong for the ladies . Francis Naughton Mrs. Montgomeqy Call, a social leader . . Mildred Morris Billie Worthington, a slangy debutante . . . Martha Wamat ! Geraldine Thayer, Billie's echo . . 1. . . Jeannette Brewster , Fitzroy, a detective-story-reading butler . ' ..... Roland Roberts ' i Bill, Ed., Radidlpatrol ojicers .... Robert Laabs, Herschel Rabinow l The Scene-The living room of the Mannings in Q Southern California, on a summer evening, ' Patrons and Patronesses , Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Ci Ring Miss Ilga F. Harvey Mr. 'End Mrs. Vincent Sala J " Miss Adrienne Raby Mr. and Mrs. Frank james ur Mrs. Amy Guilford ' Mrs. and Mrs. Newell Ames Miss Marion Hoar Mr. ands Mrs-i G. Davis Chase Mrs. Eunice Hildebrandt Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Howard - lviiss Constance Carrier ' Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mirliani Miss9Katherine Kenney Miss Millie 'Mc Auley V ' Miss Florence Tormay i l l Page P34 Q + . -uf- 1 J . 4 I 2' 'P CLASS WILL 'PHE june graduating class of 1939, of the New Britain Senior High ' , - School following previous custom, at this time devise and bequeath this, our cstidlj singly and jointlyhto our heirs as follows: , l.' To dur Alma Mater, we bequeath our sincerest and deepest gratitude for the wealth of knowledge il: has afforded us. , ' , 2. ' To our principal, Mr. Sala, we express thanks for his guidance in preparing ugffor jature success. ' ' - 3. To Mr.,EladPe, who guided our high school career for two years, we leave our best wis es for good health, long life and happiness., 1 4. To Miss Harvey and Miss Raby, our class advisors, we leaxre our sincere appreciation for their ever lasting patience with and kindness to the gnaduating class. ' 5. To Miss McAuley and Mr. james, we leave 5ur gratitude far their advice given to us during our'three years in school. ' Q .' . 6. William "Billy" Gray, president of the class, leaves his football captaincy-to "Curly" jendrejczyk. " ' 7. To the Freshmen vie bequeath all bewilderment. 4,1 '8. To Coach Shea congratulations on his excellent management of our athletic activities. ' ' ' 9. ,Thenmarvelous piano playing of Edward Di Fronzo is 1-left to any worthy and ambitious piano player. 10. To Anne Gardner we leaye Fanny Contaras' piano accomplishments for our school glee clubs and orchestra to be added to her own. 9 ll. To the Chemistry Laboratory we leave 20 gas masks and one large electric fan, to blow the evil odors to the winds. Q... 12. We leave the Waskowitz trophy'where it is. ,514 3HC!en Kosinski leaves her beauty and the title "Answer to a young mane pr yef' to any girl that needs it. 4. " -Walter Duch leaves! 52' To the future seniors we willingly leave our books. - lb. Stephen Potocny leaves his ability to give a book report without reading the book to all future drafting students. 17. Jack Croll leaves his weight to all prospective football players. 7 18. Virginia Corning leaves a few of her credits to her closest friends. 19. john Jackson leaves his curls to john Cowles. 20. Guido Marino leaves his books in the Physics room, but he always returns for them. 21. Carolyn Stowell returns her voice to the Metropolitan Opera Com- pany from which she borrowed it. 22. Thella Mae Price leaves her heart with Robert McCall. 23. Bobby Crum leaves his knack for slang to anyone who can twist his tongue around it. 24. The class leaves Mr. Beach a special booklet on "How to avoid Poison Ivy." 25. We hopefully park a bicyqle in the main hall for pupils trying to get to Mrs. Cvuilford's room before the bell rings. 26. Francis Naughton leaves his technique toijoe Woods. . In witness whereof we have unto this set our hand and seal this 16th day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-nine. j Anne Bankowski Anne Munick Francis Danek Page 135 Q ' 'ie x . 4 ar .::':11:1s.,af-vi' "" 12- ff f2f."""rc1 ap 4 gz. ,V 15' 'H " - Haw- -if , . . . .N " 1 f 5 2 ., - - 'zpiififiri fm' ' :S:'i'3Pil i ' ii' l ' ""' ' 'R 1'if2i,fii?? ' - -a we 1 1- FX " 3 V ' ' '2 ' T l-IILE attending the New York World's Fair we visited the World of tomorrow. We entered the perisphere, pushed our way through the crowd and leaned wearily on the railing and gazed into the year 1949. Gur eyes wandered around the horizon and then began to pick out definite places and persons. Our eyes lingered on a tall, magnificent building which we soon learned was a department store owned by Stephen Potocny. The store is efficiently administered with the aid of the store owner's private secretary Evelyn Nelson, the still unresponsive l-lugh Coffey as Complaint Department and Dorothy johnson as commercial artist. The only excitement is provided by Virginia Corning, the buyer for the store. The clothes which Virginia Landon designs are cleverly modeled by l-ielen Kosinski, Ethel Duch, Catherine Charlow, Jeanne Fortin, Elise Cvlabau, Ruth Hoffman and Dorothy Carlson. Cn the drug counter we find Leo Ciesielski stationed as pharmacist. ln the top of this building is radio station WXYZ. We enter the first studio and find Francis Naughton concluding a campaign speech for Brooks LeWitt for governor of the state. In another studio we find Martha Warnat waiting to go on the air with her operatic songs. Michael Cookish the owner of the station tells us that the next artist will be LeRoy Werner, the singer, accompanied by Harold Bosco and his orchestra. ln it is Edward DiFronzo who plays his own original compositions on the piano and Marcus Fleitzer who plays the fiute. Margaret Anderson is the singing lady on the next program to which all the children turn their dials. Frank jasinski, the well known news commentator gives a brief commentary on world wide news to the listening world. Arnie Marholin, the comedian, and his stooge, Bill Zeigler provide humor for the next hour interspersed with the latest swing music. As we leave the building we hear Thomas Portante and Edwin Lazzerini discussing the policies of mayor Pierre Dionne and the high school principal Michael Marino. We leave the store and proceed to a building now being constructed by the ABC Engineering Corps, Cliff Adams, Ray Bertz, and Bob Crum. A large sign proclaims that the plumbing is by jack Croll 82 Co. jack soon turns up, offers us all some gum and proceeds to tell us of his plan for individual bath tubs to fit. The sound of a siren draws our attention and as we run to the street we see the ambulance drawing up driven by joe Tamraz. Interne Benny Blancote runs in with the stretcher and brings out the victim of a minor ac- cident, Frank Caporale. We followed the ambulance to the city hospital and arrived just at dinner time. Helen McC1rath and Esther Dean, Nurses, are passing out trays of food carefully prepared by Roberta Brewer the dietician. We leave the hospital assured of the victim's recovery. ' ' H - ., . V 574.-' 1'- - Page 1 36 A As our eyes wander around we notice Ivor Carlson looking quite handsome in his Coast Guard Academy uniform as he was passing the Escort Bureau run by Bob Chapponi and Nick Cianci which is giving Ted Peckham some stiff competition. Across the street is the library and so we enter it to seek some rest within its cool walls. ln the vestibule two painters, Herschel Rabinow and Michael Leonardi are working on murals. We are greeted at the desk by the head librarian, Beatrice Nelson and her helpers Helen Nogiec and Lena Ottavi. We are informed that the new bank is absolutely burglar-proof and so we must investigate. As we enter we see Orestes Davy, Henry Zeldes and Bob Donahue depositing the money they received for the solution of the great scientific problem, "How far is up?" The bank president john jackson comes forward and reminds us that he will be around tomorrow to collect the 33.50. While talking to john a newsboy comes in with the paper. As we glance at the front page we notice that Bill Gray has just been hired as football coach at Yale University. In another article we learn that Charles- S uillacote has received the Academy Award for the best acting of the year. Vac turn to the editorial page and find that the paper is edited by joe Zita. We find that the editorial is written by jim Dawson and Hymie Ginsburg. We come to the women's page and see that Florence Dumin is the Fashion editor and that Gladys Hartnett gives advice to the lovelorn. Carolyn Stowell, the society editor, announces the coming marriage of Elaine Clark to Bill Hotchkiss. We turn to part two of the paper and see that "Lefty" Charamut is the sport editor. Glancing at the comics we find that Mary Igoe draws the cartoon "Porky and her pals." As we hand the paper to john we notice on the front page an article on foreign affairs by the foreign correspondent, Fanny Con- taras. We leave the bank and continue on our way. Resuming our way, we see Marion Walsh's name in bright lights at the El Morocco. The Metropolitan proclaims the presence of Helen Plewa, the concert pianist. Having reached the end of our trip into the future we wearily leave the perisphere. Before we leave, though, we notice a small figure running around with a magnifying glass. It's Anne Moses, still shadowing people as head of her detective agency. The Junior junto Club Page 137 ii ' N 1 1 f 1 gi W G 4 Li 2 ,E W, 51? . 4 ggl X 5 kQi.3jia.f5,f5.,i-Q -, ,lp , x , .,, ,.u. Am., .1 .-tx, Alllls .. . .nanulnu I s-'-- .--- 1 I u-.x .-- -I A -vu - -4 - 1 -. .- K- Y A . infill i"U"T'll9''"'U""5l2 """"' 'll!l llll5flllWllII"llfIWIITIIIIJOil 15-2? X557 ,, " Xml M A -. II - llllllll NflIIE!!fi!lZI!iTll:1ll5IlfFllIlf' Elf!!!!!!!::Qf:li::lu::ll: :l:l,l!l5lllQl:f:Qlll:lQilll llllllll N 1936 an army of Freshmen, bewildered but very impressed and awe stricken, first entered New Britain Senior High School. Now, some three years later, our history is being written. We hope that we have left behind us a past which will be remembered not for any bad qualities but for its many good ones. Much has happened since we first entered this institution of learning. First in importance we lost our beloved Principal, Mr. Slade, in whom we found not only a teacher but a friend and advisor. However, we gained in his place a man who, in as many years, may come to be respected and loved as well as Mr. Slade. Probably we would not have been so lost during the first few weeks of school had we had an organization of Senior Girl advisers such as was just organized for the last new comers. The Girls' League has gained some competition with the formation of the "Knights of The High School." However the boys have yet to show decorative ability such as the girls did in the decoration of the cafeteria which is also a new factor at N. B. H. S. We are glad to have been one of the first classes to enjoy the use of this cafeteria. During our Senior year a school paper, well worthy of the name "Red and Cvold Review" has originated. If it is as much a success in the future as in the past it will continue to be published during the years to come. The Civic Forum has become prominent not only in the school but also throughout the city. just lately they took over the city for a day and ran it very successfully, The Musical Club has had great success not only in its annual concerts but also in the trip to Greenwich where the Girls' Glee Club was given Superior rating. . '2 - "mg, 3' ' ' ' . - '- --ze'.,'.:1. 2 1 ."'. .. - , 'Jive' 1, . Page 1 18 ' 4 Not to be forgotten was the memorable lecture of the well known lecturer Dr. William Lyon Phelps on "The Art of Living." In our History we should not neglect mentioning our football team. They have been victorious each year and have made two trips, one to Miami and one to Louisiana. The educational side of our life here has been changed as well as our social life. A new marking system, doing away with graph cards has been put to use and we've been given a little more freedom in the halls by the annexation of the Rockwell Building and the two bell passing system. All and all we've enjoyed three profitable years at N. B. I-I. S. and feel that we can go out and challenge the world with our knowledge. Vivian Kiernan Class Officers of lune Class 1939 President, William Gray Vice-President, Beatrice Nelson Secretary, Esther Dean Treasurer, john jackson Committees, lune Class 1939 Class Night james Dawson, Chairman Roberta Brewer Elizabeth johnson Agnes Goodwin Helen Kosinski Robert Donahue Roy Fabian Banquet Robert Crum, Chairman Ethel Duch Mary Igoe Carolyn Stowell Raymond Bertz Robert Harris Promenade Harold Bosoo, Chairman Catharine Smith Miriam Stadler Marion Walsh Walter Duch Francis Naughton Photograph Francis Danek, Chairman Evelyn Benson Clifford Adams Leo Ciesielski Motto Harold Malone, Chairman Fanny Contaras Thella Price Page 139 rs 54 ,E J? in 1 f 1 Y km- f- , 'P' ig? J, :rr '. K f ' 4 E , L: I in 1 l 2 iw' W fi, 1 , 'W A ma. 'SK gf H, ,LK Q-3 1, ff wc V ...Al . : , - V L ' A T Afigx ' ,ATPZQK ' - , Q 'il I w L f 5 wg E T-' a X S ' tif... , , ,I 515' . f Z 1' Wx- 12Q .4'J f 1 5 N --MX ' -.XM , pw wx x ,N X XMJ, ,, 1 Nl L .xy M IWNH' W Ulf N Z1 - ix WNW N! fl M XL KIM! 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W.- --4, iw ., ' ,...rff.,, Fjpywi '- Ak , ' w " " y 1' ' ' Page 140 f fr 4- Q' ,-' 4 My Z, .tl k 1 F .1E1JH.s. 1 3 gg-R . -iff 2 f f , A -'f,SgAfma.-gh Af-my :w'f,, i ' - L i x i 1 Q JUNIOR COLLEGE CLUB lfrvnl Ron' CLef1 to Riglllji Betty Bunmforth, Betty Crum Bank Run' Clrfl lu Righty: Roberta Brcwcr, NMFS Quigley, Carol Bartlett Z1 L Q3 ,Llgll K 5 , Page 142 GIRLS' LEAGUE Left In Riglil Cfrtvnlj: Mary Leo, Secretary: Shirley Mac Donald, Treasurer: Helen Mc Grath, Presidentl Antoinette Yilurdi, Retiring Vice- President, Marie Conti, Retiring Director of ia! Activities. Q5 S- o A L, KU f: Q .J : sa .. ff U7 ll? 4 7. VC um 4,2 Le U- 116' 34 EE m5 Ill. G32 40 P5 Ee Lf 'THU iz.: 22 Cv: Q1-4 2:15 PE gk wo U.. .2 P1 L-r: 4:11 N: ,RQ "".J ,- QT' EE T15 - .. 59 ld cnii I D '5-1 .2- 21:5 Uv Q24 FE "'-J ,nn :S FJ 29 'te 5.: f EJ V7 Li A -K J 'Z CQ V Q1 'Z 5 'Nl Girls' League E Girls' League has had a most successful year, both in the development of the largest membership in its history, and in the increase in scope and variety of its program. Activities of the League have included such events as: International Night and St. Patrick's Day Suppers, a Christmas Party, a Fashion Show, several special assembly programs, and numerous informal dances. The Foot- ball Formal in November and the Mexican Fiesta in May were outstanding social events on the calendar of the school. Indeed, in the opinion of many students, and faculty members as well, the latter dance was the most delightful in the history of the League. For this affair, The Girls' Gymnasium was trans- formed into a romantic bit of old Mexico. The walls were decorated with ap- propriate and colorful murals which carried out the four themes of the Market Place, the Fiesta, the Bull Fight, and the Desert. Ticker tape and balloons gave the final touch of gaiety to the scene where one hundred couples danced to the music of an eleven piece orchestra. Among service projects undertaken were two of outstanding importance. At Christmas, gifts of clothing, books, toys, and food were sent to two local organizationsg moreover three boxes of gifts were also sent to underprivileged children in rural schools of the South. A Penny Campaign was conducted in the spring among the student body, and approximately eighteen dollars was raised. This sum was used to provide curtains, pictures, pottery, and flowers to help make the 'school cafeteria more attractive. A Girls' Powder Room was also set up in an adjoining room. Appreciation is herewith extended to all the faculty sponsors, and to the faculty and members of the Art, Home Economics, and Sewing Departments who have splendidly cooperated to make the work of the Girls' League a worth- while factor in our student life. - - Page 147 2 1 --cz OFFICERS OF TI-IE YOUNG MEN'S CLUB Secrelur y-Treaxu rer President Vice-President Richard Crowley Richard Mcfiabe Hugh Miller OFFICERS OF THE SENIOR GIRL ADVISERS Secrelury Presidenf Vice Presidenl Dorothy Hint: Flora W'itham Helen Kosinski Dmvn . . . CHARTER MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY lfrnn! Roux 1.4511 In Riglili Justus Beach, Michael Sudol, George Boyaiian. Miiltllv R-wi Nlarion Dax is, Iilara Sniarlxus. Lucy Sztaba, Carroll Bennett. lrene lruss, ,lenny Karbonic, Nellie Kolviela, liurlc Rum: Margaret llcrellcin, Shcran Darmoo, Evelyn Anderson, Virginia Parlxcr, Lois Sharps: Stella Kuiawski, Virginia lvlack, Pauline Bianca. OFFICERS llrexitleril, Carroll Bennett lice-Pre.wi1Ienl, Lucy Sztaba .S'et'reIt1ry, lrcnc 'llruss Culleclur, Clara Sniarkus H Q Q Pa 4-3 0 .-1 U o un in o C O I To C O ..- +-A Q Z E 1 5 W1 Q 3 Q EM 'Y' National Honor Society CPicture on opposite pagel Front Row, Left to Right: Cecelia Czuprinski, Mary Ambatjoglos, Margaret Riley, Emily Zim newicz, Genevieve Chaik, Loretta Kelly, Mary Aziz. Second Row, Left to Right: Roberta Brewer, Dorothy johnson, Dorothy Hintz, Cecilia Konik, Fanny Contaras, Orestes Davey, Mary Chrisoulis, Stella Nahorney, Helen Gondek, Margaret Anderson, Marion Romanowska. Third Row, Left to Right: John C-adzik, Clifford Adams, Robert Donahue, Henry Zeldes, Beatrice Nelson, Mary Ruszczyk, Esther Dean, Carol Bartlett, Irene Stewart, Elaine Clark, Edward Smolenski, Hyman Ginsburg, Ignatius Narkiewicz. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Andrew Seman, june Robertson, Edward Tyler, Dorothy Hansen, jean Downie, Robert Nuss, Edward Novak, Truman Licht, Henry Karanian. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Thomas Sztaba, Elizabeth Legenza, Betty Bohnert, Josephine Can- zonetti, joseph Gans, Kurt Lehnert. OFFICERS Uune Graduatesj Grade XII2 President . . ' Orestes Davey Vice-President Fanny Contaras Secretary . Mary Chrisoulis Treasurer Cecilia Konik The Xl Il and XI? members were elected' from pupils who have earned an average of 88 or better during their high school membership and have been outstanding. They will carry on the society after the june seniors graduate. They have elected the following oFFicers: President . Edward Tyler Vice-President V Dorothy Hansen 1 Secretary . jean Downie Collector Robert Nuss Page 147 m ,W 5 Em 'E E1 K A55 'A 12' I Q 5 ' ' fb. ' Ls X 5 f ub 1 C Ofl i ph Am ffl M ii Q W-1 Amphion Club HE Amphion Club, closing its activities for the year, feels again that it has had both a profitable and an enjoyable year. The following officers have served for the year: john jackson .... President Francis Naughton .... Treasurer Antoinette Vilardi and Esther Dean . Secretaries We have produced two successful plays: "The Devil's Scrapbook" on December 9, 1938 and "Sally Lou" on May 19, 1939. A CAST OF THE DEVIIJS SCRAPBOOK CHARACTERS lln order of their first appearancej asper jones - . john Jackson Liza Johnson W Darky .Servants at Hillcrest . . Virginia Mack gzson Williams, a mystery, . . . . Warren Raphael rtley Drummond, The new heir to Hillcrest . Hale Hubbard Mrs. Katherine Randolph, The mistress of Hillcrest . Esther Dean Marguerite Randolnh, Her daughter . . . Ethel Duch Nicholas lNickJ, T Devil's partner-presumably . Adolph Bushell games Trenton, Bartley's wealthy uncle ...., Francis Nau hton roness Millicent deMonteville, james' niece .... Antoinette Nglardi Baron delvlonteville, her French husband ..... Raymond Hoffman Guests at the Trenton Ball Marion Davis, Virginia Parker, Betty Bamforth, jane Slingman CAST OF SALLY LOU CHARACTERS Sally Lou Comstock, an angelic miss, . . . Francine Greenstein Dot Reynolds, keen on murder-thrillers, Muriel Lawson Mrs. Re nolds, Dot's mother, . . . . Carolyn Stowell Flossie glaine, a sweet young thing, . . . jane Slingman Elsie, a maid ,...... Mary Leo Charlie Allerton, interested in the beautiful but dumb. Francis Nau hton jerry Wilson, a long-sujering young man, . . . Harold Flealy games Bradley, Sally Lou's uncle ,... . Raymond Anderson ercival Weymouth, an uplifter of gangsters, . Hale Hubbard Lefty Dillon, of the "Profession," , Martin Burke Riggs, a lawyer's clerk, ........ George Pethis Several one act plays and single acts from longer plays have been de- veloped by various members and produced before the club. This gave us the opportunity to review and criticize various types of plays. An initiation party, for the new members, was held on March 10, 1939 when the mysteries of the school catacombs were explored amid laughter and confusion. A picnic on june 9, 1939 at Lake Compounce brought our social activities to a happy ending. In closing we wish to express our hearty thanks and appreciation to all those who, in any way, have helped to make the Club a success this year. Especially do we thank, Mr. Mirliani, and the High School Orchestra for furnishing music for our productions. We are also grateful for the publicity furnished by the Red and Gold Review. For our attractive posters we sincerely thank, Miss Olsson, and the Art Department, Above all we wish to thank our director, advisor, and friend, . Amy Guilford for her untiring interest and work in producing our plays. fe feel that to her is due a large share of the credit for this year's success, and we express to her our deep gratitude. Esther Dean, Secretary Page 149 E l I li 'O C nu CD v-4 O O -C U cn -C .EP U: x.. .9 C 0 U7 E l ll I V ., tx LJ E. I V, I- f fo fl Review Staff of The Red and Gold 'V1 rv M i 1 1 E 'Wm l l. .VI 1 . , W ,- J wiki' 1 -nys-q-Q-4 n ., L W. ,. lm ", 91155 . '11 f '--.mi A fl - a .- v .1 :gal 45.4. ..1 '-" ,A-3 -A NI' '? 44 1A .. df. Ihpgv lil MEI N. H:H gs. f 2 1 Lii i g 1 Q DEV N.B.H.s. 153 WEN 1LQf3,9 Ugg! Q U I 5 i .G 3 U CU L.. as E cc U i Hg V-hm 1l gQ 39 I Page 1 ,4 22 :V 1 was F. xx. Camera Contest Plctures , l ql 5 Q i Q 3 m LIU. I 1 ij t . ,ii-ins. i g CIVIC FORUM Organized September 28. N38 f,fNll'iliated with Nations Cities Cflubi Committee on Organization ol' thc Civic lforum' Lucille Glass, lvlargaret l leath. William Nlcfvlahon, Pierre Dionne, lfranlv Kacmarcilt, llelcn lvlclirath. OBJECTIVES l lo increase the members knowledge ol' society and its institutions particularly those ol his ovxn community 2, 'l o increase his civic pride and interest. 3 'lo help the member become more aware ol' social. economic and political problems ol our community and understand more clcarlv' their responsibilities as citizens. 4. lo provide an opportunity lor service to school and community. 5 'l o promote responsible and cl'l'ective citizenship in home. school, and community. lhe t Qiv ic lforum vvas organized last September bv' voting men and women ol the high school, spon- sored and with the active support ot the social studies department. lhc program committee named a topic lor studv' each month. September. Organization and l'arliamentarv' l.avv', October. liducation, November. t.itv' lfinancc and laxation: December. Vvorl. til the Chamber ol Clommerce and Social Service Cllubs. klanuarv. ,lu,enile l7elintiuencv'. lebruarv vvorle ot the State legislature fvlarch, Problems ol lvlunieipal Government .-Xpril. Organization and vvorlt ol the 1 lommon tlounttil, Nlav. lIuties and Responsibilities ol the Nlavor and eitv commissioners Xlav' l7th the ollteers and some ol the members ol the l orum gathered at the t .ltv l lall and vv ere addressed bv the Nlavor liollovv ing the address the stttdents became cttv olltelals lor the dav I lis l lonor. fvlavor tieorge l. I .ovle had prev iouslv' invited the members ol the l'orum to conduct the allaus ol the mttnietoal government lor a dav in order lo gam a ltrst hand lvnovvledge ol hovv the government lunctions. Pierre Dionne. l'orum President. acted as Tvlavor. lhirtv'-live citv' positions vvere filled bv the lortim members Nevvspzipermen. Ctlv ollicials. and the students declared the last ettv Hstudent government dav' successlul. ln Slovember the Service Cfommittee sponsored the collecting ol' food lor needv tamilies at lhanltsgiv ing. .-Xgain the committee served that capacitv' tor Lhrtstmas, 'Xn annttal bantittet was held in lfebruarv' lhc addresses ol the cv ening being given bv' State Senator l lonorable .Iohn l., Sullivan. speaking on ' l rcnds in State Legislation. ln Slov ember last, Nlr. vincent Sala. our Principal. was elected l lonorarv' President. 11939 I V? we-V Q 11 ,fx I . X-NW A .,. . .,A, , IV 2' A-7 , SE' lg. w 'l 3 3. ' X ' H 1 f?fs1"" f Q w im.,...M I fs.. -x. ' z igiwfn 5 Q" fi 42 eralogy Club Min X , N X A W ,rw T I - X-.N...c ' 's..,,..2" ' Hug? I 5 - 1 r I L K, .,.... , ,,.. -.,... ... .,,. ..V Y.. . A , , f LL-kllgxi! Page 1 58 I JHLS- ,J ..-S '13 M f x I .I , . I fifg. 'Q-"'g"""' ' as-IIT' 2 PUQIL' I in I' U EU Fanny Contaras Henry Zeldes Ruthe Houlihan Edward Smolenski Beatrice Nelson PARKER AWARD WINNERS Page 160 Scholarship Prize Scholarship Prize Reading Prize Citizenship Prize Citizenship Prize g jY5SIq 'N.1E3.H'.S. ' 1 13 ZM,i.I.!f'w:51'g fi5 1'rl:'m 3'Hi11Esi' " W 1whffi2:Mj'?ffHi'1 iWwsfw I Q' 5,gg1ll4g,4!p.:i Mig mH4Hj,i..i4,1, -f -s ' V17 :Wg .244 IfLT"-"' 5 QU I .. 294 H- I fc! K .W ,- . :uf F5"1f'l!iFi!iUH54!HHV FU u . ,o 3 .- U -. tv .2 3 E I' x ii' Kid Fi? NA4 I 1514 E EL A 11,i9, 3 QM wi ll EJ ! N1 ' 1 .Q 3 u CU .2 O 2 .: O ,...i.......--. ..Y...,g,, , , Vw M --' YV-W Wg! 119i QQ T V? E 2 1523! I Q P. , 1l QQ,Q, ig!! Q unann- -'sugar s nwungy -uso-all fa 55 Combined Glee Clubs E I IEE ?fUrgK , 19 QQ! Igjl j . 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The 1938 Football Season WHEN the 1938 football season rolled around, things looked none too bright here at New Britain High. The year before, a supposedly good team had flopped and most of the boys on that t m had graduated. So, for 1938, all that was left was a few good veterans and a lot 3 young "Rookies" The first team veterans were Frank Dornfeld, Frank D'Aqui1la and William Gray. Cray was elected the 1938 football captain. The New Britain High School Team opened her 1938 football season by easily trouncing Bristol High School, 20-0. The game was played in a drizzle and the Bristol team was clearly outclassed by a superior New Britain Team. Next, New Britain High traveled to Fitchburg, Mass. and at Crocher field they gave the local High School football team an unquestionable trouncing, at 20-0. These early games did not show the real strength of our team because both Bristol and Fitch- burg were weak. New Britain's first real test came with the Warren Harding High School of Bridge- port. Harding was strong and was considered a serious threat to capture the state football title, but New Britain nosed them out in a close bitterly-fought game, 6-0! New Britain's fourth victory of the season was against a strong Norwich Free Academy team, 13-7! By this time, New Britain rooters KNEW that they were going to have a good team. No more worries-no more doubts, they knew that New Britain would be the State Football Champion of 1938. Thiest of the games came along with pleasing monotonous succession:- Stamford defeated ............ 28-7 Hillhouse defeated ....... .... 3 1-7 Lowell defeated ............... 20-0 Hartford defeated ............. 52-0 Hartford Bulkeley defeated ..... 19-0 The Hartford Bulkeley game was played on Thanksgiving Day morning and about a week later, word was received here that New Britain had been selected to play against Dupont Manual High School of Louisville, Kentucky, in Baton Rouge, Louisiania on December 31, 1938, for the mythical National Interscholastic Football Championship. lk lk Ik Sk lk The whole month of December was spent in preparation for the forthcoming game. Practice sessions were held every day and enthusiasm ran high. The players were confident-almost too confident. At 6:30 P. M., December 27, 1938, the team left for Louisiania. It took two days to reach New Orleans, from there a police escort was given to Baton Rouge. The team then checked into the Heidelberg Hotel. The first day was spent in limbering up at L. S. U. practice field. On December 30, the boys were given a tour of the State Capitol in the morning. In the afternoon of the same day a hard workout was given at L. S. U. Then came the fatal day of December 31, 1938. That afternoon the boys played a very good game. Only a few boys didn't give all they had. Dooman scored the first touchdown for New Britain, but Louisville came back to score three touchdowns, making the score 21-6 at the end of the first half. New Britain came back with fighting spirit in the second half and almost pulled the game out of the fire, but came out on the short end of a 28-21. Dornfeld and Sidebottom starred for both teams. In the evening a banquet was given with many guests attending. After the banquet a dance was given at the L. S. U. gym, for the boys of both teams. Sunday, january 1, was spent as a recuperating day. Monday, the team journeyed to New Orleans to see the Sugar Bowl classic with T. C. U. defeating Carnegie Tech, 15-7. Tuesday was the start of the unpleasant journey home. Thursday morning the team stopped at Washington, where they toured Mount Vernon and Washington. At 9:00 P. M. Thursday the team reached New Britain. What a sight for a beaten team! . ' E. Smolinski J. Gadzik Dnfm 1 - 1 E ,V li L"'A - 1 ,Jw .J fix -Y -.L , , 1 , , . .MAX ' Us 1 1 E I I 'J ,x,, UM I r. .Sr 'Y 1., ' 1. ,,,. ,H . ,vp Qq ' , P K 1 i , Dashlh QJQXR 'N gg' in 9 Nami ll- , . W' Y 1, V . 'i' Q-,. w i.4-f . . H.S913lS3 g C 1 X , Aiif f Mmww Ea! llnjm' In IJ..,., -1, g, K , 1 1L Q,3,Q, a Pugu 1 ff Basketball I ,age 1 78 9 'X X. llllgft' limp The Golf Squad g g ' N.B.H.m SL 1 5 .D 5 V11 U Z a.. on .-C o s.. 41 cu -C E-4 1 ll Q 3 Q I V? U Parallel Bars V ' N- B-HQS- 'O G! 5 O' CID 32 C C on E-4 l Mn mm 11 f I A Pu-'Q' l.H'2 E l ' N.B.H.s. 'l g r ll a r 1? ff?fmQ4 w I- Q -u 'F :1 cr an T1 .Q 0 Ill Q KD V1 1 Q , : W -C .2 U bl! .E 'E O ID 'us E U ,. ,riww-1 . is" '. J' -'1 ." J, FRANK DORNFELD Burns' Memorial Award For Excellence in Character, Sports, and Scholarship I - xx -- 'Qu ee 4 -Q, ' e of 0 ' S ' -I 2 A ai N gil' S - 1 - V -A uf f" , V ' -g I 5 . - 5 - gif, fl' gf, , Our Hit Parade D V 4 9-if .21 .'4'.. P '5' .- ,. You Grow Sweeter As The Years Go By ... 5 I ior High 3 Little Fishes . Henry Zeldes, Robert Donahue, Ofiates Davey The Angels Sing . . . Could Be . . . I Get Along Without You Very Well 1t's All Yours . . . Undecided . . At A Little Hot Dog Stand . Little Sir Echo . . Small Fry . Dark Eyes . Why Begin Again . Sing A Song of Sunbeams . You're So Desirable . Strange Enchantment . The Masquerade Is Over . Some Like It Hot . . . l'm Building A Sailboat of Dreams . I Can't Get You Out of My Mind . Hurray For Spinach . . East Side of Heaven . . . A Hole In The Old Oaken Bucket . My Heart Belongs to Daddy . . 1'm Happy About The Whole Thing . My Hands Are Tied . . . I Long To Belong To You . S'pposin' . . Nothing ls Too Perfect For You Sing For Your Supper . Gotta Get Some Shut Eye Stormy Weather . I Ain'tGot Nobody . . . Summer Time . . . Are There Any More At Home Like You Have A Heart . . . Blame It On My Last Affair . . I Promise You . . . Get Out Of Town . . . The Girl-Friend Of The Whirling Dervish Dawn Of A New Day . . Are You In The Mood For Mischief? We've Come A Long Way Together . You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby You Look Good To Me . . . You're A Sweet Little Headache . Girls' Glee Club Raymond Bertz Ruth Gustafson Diploma The Doublers The Cafeteria jimmy Penna Helen Rojek Mary Aziz P. G. Student Margaret Anderson Virginia Corning The Dark Corridors The Prom Arnold Marholin The Grads Elise Glabau john Rulevich Chemistry Lab Class Treasury Fanny Contaras Graduation Ruth Gustafson Diploma We Flunked Miss Adams Francis Naughton Bill Ziegler Final Exams Vincent Buccini After Graduation Helen Kosinski Miss May Harold Lang Elaine Clark Walter Duch Mary Igoe The Future jimmy Penna june Class Catherine Charlow Sheepskins Anne Moses Roberta Brewer, Elaine Clark, Raymond Bertz Page 189 - . I A 'Wa W' 'MY I JY . . , '1 1' 0 . ' . ' Q e A . I 1 A .-it 'UV 'k.w . 1 1 Q I gk . ' M :fn Class Directory Girl ., . , ., . Girl! . Most, Boy' . Cgskcie ist C. . Cms 0 Cm: Sllrik . Belt Looking-Girl . Best Looking Boy . . Boy Most Likely to Succeed . Girl Most Likely to Succeed i . Most Athletic Girl . Most Athletic Boy Class Midget Class Giant Shyest Girl Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy Class Orator Class Wit Best Dancer Class Actress Class Artist . Class Mathematician . . Most Pleasing Personality . Class Woman Hater . All-American Girl All-American Boy Class Crooner Class Giggler Class Business Man . Class jitterbug Snow White Prince Charming Carol Bartlett Vincent Buccini jimmy Penna Fanny Contaras Harold Bosco Leo Ciesielski Helen Wesoly Walter Duch Elise Glabau Carmin Giardino Orestes Davey Beatrice Nelson ,Iennette Brewster Paul Brasile Louise Biagiotti John Rulevich Ruth Radka Catherine Smith Brooks LeWitt Francis Naughton Robert Crum Marion Walsh Carolyn Stowell Dorothy johnson Henry Zeldes ' Esther Dean Hugh Coffey ,, Carol Bartlett i 'C Robert Crum LeRoy Werner Elizabeth johnson john jackson Arnold Marholin Zelda Goldstein Morton Ikowitz Sleeiby Bill Ziegler DOPW Robert Harris D00 james Dawsoh GVUWIP3' joseph Prankus HUPP3' Arnold My in Bashful Hug -ll Vw Roberta Brewer U N Elaine Clark "" Q' , Vnfi nu , ,fy f Q. 5 I . ,.. , :zz ' 'f A I 13' fe! I vp-:Q k"""'+ 4 K ,-.1 --:-:- Q fuiigr ,L f- kv V K . ig . 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