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

 - Class of 1951

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A' - ' 4-li ' I V zip, ' -Q S. - ag., .' rag-- K1 15 -' Q0 W V096 - 3 ,35 5 if -f '53, " f !3::"f':':.f': 'AQAYZCOXW nqubu - H ' . ' x . ' : , i1 X53 Aaaisvxsfwuoo ,. xx f'ff'-7 . is '. ii The Semo I V 9X H Q53 p,QiwKf10S -""A" uw :JN K 3. A fi, 9 .' S9016 ' .152 X ' ' ' e5 ---' ' 'I . I I N ' :J Eeatui ' K u .. ' ' nwfff IIIIIVL I 1 l . X '.,: + zf ' goods M x K X' K . ' N. I' Q3 wr 1 N :I '. lwwxi X X H ' :Z 1 17 .T f' f - "Ng his mfg if , " H x ' : ' :se 5: , 'I-1.1. if -,1QE.' E-7:-Y ,,ig-M f. A if A ,4 If , "" ' 1- ffff- ' ff11fff ,J I 1 V 3 2 ff f f X iffff " -12 Z f X Z !' Q ummm" fy A N , 5 WH , fl DEDICATION lt is quite Htting that we, the 1951 graduates, dedicate this yearbook to Mrs. Frances Pease, who is an outstanding ex- ample of the sweetness and understanding that radiate from the light of knowledge. To her we extend our deep appreciation for her wise counsel, her sincere interest in our future plans, and for the many free hours she has devoted to helping us in our studies. Through her endless patience and warm sympathy, she has proved an able teacher and a sincere friend. New Britain High School may be proud that Mrs. Pease is a member of the faculty, for it is such teachers as she who contribute most to the success of future leaders. 4- xi.. .-.,-...Wt V W3 at .5 'sax 'Q 1 . 1, 'P' 'Q ?'?fQ,,ff ? 'ff s s s ,s . EK ,P R :"4 H12 1 ' ig . 1993-i. N-fix 'N 'fuk Q .R X -AW '-..,,,,,, OUR THREE YEARS - long when measured in days, short when cherished in memories - have passed here at New Britain High School. We have walked these familiar halls until our steps are sure and steadyg we have heard the harmony and discord in noisy voicesg we have known companionship and joy in working tiogether. We have had all this - and more. It was here that we first glimpsed a greater knowledge and came to realize that "Ignorance is darknessg knowledge is light." The challenge of the future lies before us . . . But the life which we build in this future will be forever influenced by our experiences here. 5 was-A vs. .iam R. Hanrahan, Jr. Adviser Henry Malinowski Editor IE BOARD OF PUBLICATION LITERARY STAFF First Row: Arnold Gorfain, Miss D. L. Shapleigh, p,.,,,,g adviserg Kathleen Bryson, Lorraine Aiudi, Barbara Carlson. Second Row: Marilyn Himmelfarb, Mar- jorie Claffey, Marilyn Munson, Miss A. M. Fritz, adviser. ART STAFF s Olsson, adviserg Robert Netupski, Albert ller, Zoa Toffolon. BUSINESS STAFF Philip DeConti, Barbara Winters, Peter Bauer, Joseph Ostrowski, Mr. Gilbert, adviser. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF barn McNamara, Henry Malinowski, Joan Gustav- . TYPING STAFF Marilyn Keevers, Marilyn Knopf, Rosien Berzanskis, Marshall Fightlin. 5 nm Y -Q gx L.- XX AN.. fl X FAQU TY E Q' 1 7 F x K Q ax 'SS 3 5 I :gif l? . .. ,....l. 1-,..,-.ii i. ,.....-.-- ..:'-1-f .,.. M! i 1 ,-ti .-1 QN . 5? I' -A ...S 2 -Ni f N SW , -,- Q-.- T-W ..,. -- -, F-21- '2' -1-'.'.' I V-H .L+- , ., . - ,- -'-"fix Li -V' 1.1--V Y .,,, ---' " .--- L:-tia.-7' " ' -'i1"" - UUAKU U14 I:iUUL'A'1'1UN SUPERINTENDEN T FORBES MR. EDWARD CHRIST xg. MR. EDWARD O'BRlEN DR. ROBERT STADLER QRetiredj These cherished memories on the road to know- ledge have had the administrative direction of the BOARD OF EDUCATION and Superintendent Ernest F. Forbes . . . whose responsibility is to bal- ance the school budget, to select our faculty, and to approve curricula which will best serve us in the future. Their approval is necessary that we may enjoy such extra-curricular activities as colorful sports events, field trips, and social affairs. For their share in our program we offer our thanks. MR. ERNEST T. BRAINARD MRS. GRACE ADAMOWICZ JUDGE ELIAS RINGROSE MR. HENRY PELTON MRS. MARGARET JUDD 4-.. V J l X MR. PHILIP PELLETIER MR. CARL ANDERSON MR. JAMES HEATH MR. FRANK D1LoRETTo . and further, our progress has been aided by the helpful guidance of . . . MR. VINCENT SALA Principal whose task it is to co-ordinate all phases of our school life, to supervise all school activities, to recommend us for further education or for positions in the business world, and to promote better understanding between the school and community. We shall always remember Mr. Sala's quiet, affable manner which has en- couraged us in our various endeavors. MISS WINIFRED REYNOLDS assistant principal and Girls' League adviser, is counselor for all girls. Her cheery manner and friendly understanding impress all with whom she comes in contact. By her kind and helpful guidance, she has brightened the path that lies ahead. at karat, .5 MR. FRANK JAMES vice principal and guidance director, counsels the young men on personal problems and offers advice on post graduate plans. His understand- ing guidance, his knowledge of people, and his ever cheerful smile have won our friendship. Y r' X i . . dill! N96 FZILULI I , 1000 l9dZf6 Llgljleu UIL7 7Uuuf LU K'lLr1'wLc:w5c . . Mr. Hunruhan, Chairman LANGUAGE ARTS lfirsr Row: Miss Shapleigh, Miss May, Miss Leahy, Miss Raby, Miss Connor, Miss Coates, Miss Coholan. Second Row: Miss Tallard, Miss Tormay, Miss Ringrose, Mrs. Gaffney, Miss Ray- mond, Miss Creedon, Miss Fritz, Miss King, Third Row: Mr. Lagerstedt, Miss Cutting, Miss Carrier, Miss Bosch, Miss Benjamin, Miss Odin, Mr. Bouchard. Absent: Miss Prest. Mr. Goodwin, Chairman PHYSICAL M EDUCATION Seated: Miss Glover, Miss Harrowell. Standing Mr. Baylock, Mr. Beagle. C7 I SOCIAL STUDIES F y t Rovy: Miss I-Ioar, Miss Quigley, Miss Snow, Miss Jackson, Miss Clark. Second 51 1: Miss Hipelius, Mr. Yahn, Miss Prest, Mr. Tracy, Miss Osten, Mt. Catlin. ' ent: Miss Proctor, Mr. Quimby, Mr. Recano. I'. Depot, C bairman x MUSIC MR. DIZ ISENIEDICTUS Dinwlrer Mr. Chase, Chairman COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Row: Mr. Srugi, Miss Benz, Mrs. mer, Mr Gilbert. Second Row: Miss lr, Miss Puwell, Miss Sipolin, Miss kclcwitz, Absent: Miss Baer, Miss qhtun, Miss Prntass, Mr. Sibley, We-skc'r, Miss White. Miss Weld, Cbazrman MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT First Row: Miss Carpenter, Mrs. Pease Miss Walker, Mrs. jones. Second Row: Mr. Nixon, Mr. Levine, Mr. Blaisdell Mr. Jaffe, Mr. Cardona. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT First Row: Mr. Blake, Miss Saunders Mr. Hurley. Second Row: Mr. Rumsey Mr. Nordstrom, Mr. True, Mr. Bystrow- ski, Mr. McCahill, Mt. Carlson. Mr. Ames, Chairman a v a 11 t Mr. Elder, Chairman I s 5 X it " ,.,. JQ. I Miss O'Brien Miss Stephenson Name Dietician ART DEPARTMENT Seated: Miss Olsson. Standing: Mr. Mahan, Mr. Kiesewetter, Miss Molander. Miss McIntyre Librarian Miss G. King, Chairman HOME ECONOMICS Left to Right: Miss Cotter, Miss Chutter, Miss Wheatley, Miss Herrick, Miss Bosquet. INDUSTRIAL ARTS First Row: Mr. Davis, Mr. Flood, Mr. Drabble. Second Row: Mr. Kelly, Mr. Ginns, Chairman Smaff- Miss Keller Mr. YV?-lSh Head Ojjlice Clerh C11Jl0did12 NX S . X, W il SXN W X , cc LLEGE N V - WWW? X Aw' Q14 XX X' XM I 1 fffx f Xfsm f 7 X X m y Y f Y f Xffw X X f 1 K XX X '5 5 ' W W X 751 5 fl 'U h W M X X 7 l ik SEN IORS OFFICERS of the CLASS of 1951 DICK HOLLFELDER Senior Class Treasurer and tar of the 1950-1951 Varsity lootball Squad, "Dick" Holl- elder has a large fan-follow- ng. Fast on the sports field, Dick" is rather reserved with trangers. His maroon "Olds," towever, will always take just ne more. A professional areer will be his if fortune s kind. CHARLES WADE President of the Class of 1951 and of the Musical club, "Chuck" has been a popular figure around school for three years. Back of a dead-pan countenance bubbles a sense of mischief. His chief pleasure and work is musicg his am- bition, public entertainment. Wherever "Chuck" goes he'll get a big hand. BEVERLY AHERN "Queen of the 1950 Girls' League Formal" and Secretary of the Class of 1951, "Bev's" popularity is unquestioned. Quiet and gracious, grave and gay, she has won the affection of faculty and students alike. A top-score tennis player, "Bev's" rervice extends be- yond the court. Content with today, she is not talking about tomorrow. DOLORES MALINOWSK1 Vice-President of the Sen- ior Class and an active Girls' League executive, Dolores Malinowski proves that devo- tion to study and duty win public approval. Her quiet patience has earned the ad- miration of the school. It will carry her far in the future. ELAINE ACHILLE kcademic Nursing St. Mary's Hospital Lile is what you make il. unior College Club, Girls' .eagueg Athletic Association. nterests: tennis, reading. imployed as store clerk. RICHARD 1. ACHILLE Academic Business College Silence is more eloquent than words. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council. Interest: sports Employed as delivery boy and stock clerk for paint store. BEVERLY K. AHERN Academic Airline Stewardess Step by step one goes far. Vice-President, Senior Class, Representative, The Beehive, Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council, Captain, Cheerleader Squad, Officer, Girls' League,' Centennial Float, Queen of 1950 Spring Formal, Attended Yankee Stadium with Cheerleaders. Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Tennis Team, Athletic Association. Interests: tennis, dancing, col- lecting records. f fx . f it Y O :X- i I ..- N lx X: V if ' 'Xlj -'N' LORRAINE A. AIUDI Business Ofhce Work The world offers much. Secretary, Amphion Club, Connecticut Drama Festival, New England Drama Festival, junior Class Play, Senior Ad- visor, Literary Staff, The Bee- hive, Junior College Club, Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, tennis, dra- matics. Employment: clerical work at department store. JOSEPH F. AIVAZ atlemic Carpentry Patience is hitter, hut its fruit is sweet. ntennial Pageant. Llio Club. 'erestsz hunting, hshing, sing pigeons. Pr-tYLLis J. ALBRECHT Business Secretarial Work Full of cheer, full of pep, making friends with every step. Attended Yankee Stadium, and contest at Holyoke, Mas- sachusetts with Twirlerettes. Red and Gold, Majorettes, Girls' League, Athletic Associ- ation. Interesisz dancing, twirling. I Rx. sl- t - . -. pta, n ' x N .- ,n-, ,,...x .-A -1.t" ,sa x ELIZABETH j. ALEXANDER Academic Typing Life is good when joy runs high. Girls' League. v. N I x - , , ' - -15, 4 .ln --1' MARY J. ALMONTE Business. Magazine Illustrating All things are won by diligence. Representative, The Beehive: Alternate Representative, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, designing. Works as a store clerk. ERIC J. ALMQUIST College Preparatory University of Connecticut He ir happy that think: himself ro. Representative, The Beehive: Representative, Red and Gold. Ski Club: Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: swimming, tennis, ice skating. Employed as an errand boy at a jewelry shop. RICHARD A. ALMQUIST Business Salesmanship Nothing ir done without rearon. Radio Club: Typing Club. Interests: music, baseball, swimming. Employed as an errand boy at a motor car company. THOMAS P. AMENTA Academic Accounting Where he succeeds, the merit? all his own. Track Team. Interest: watching Detroit Tig- ers play ball. BERT W. ANDERSON Academic Professional Baseball How about that!! Representative, es lub. Football Team. Interest: ma ' scrap books of achieve s of New York Yank? of EDOR G. ANDERSON Academic Commercial Art Stop, look and listen. Interests: art, auto racing. Employed at Connecticut Stamping and Bending Com- pany. MARJORIE J. ANDERSON College-Academic Teaching, Upsala College Popularity lead: to success. Leader of Twirlerettes. Senior Adviser: Junior Col- lege Club: Musical Club: Sen- ior Choir: Foreign Affairs Club: Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: knitting, music. RICHARD E. ANDRECHAK NANCY J. ANDRES Business Accounting Business Executive Secretary, Knowledge comer, but wisdom Bfyam College lingers. -V Laugh, and .the world Interest: baseball. laugh wah. you' Works at a iewelry More Senior Adviser: Girls' League: g Athletic Association. W nterests: dancing, movies, popular music. if - Employed at an insurance j company. D I Mt B in ae' ' i , , ur' -'QQ . we t ' - ',,.' 4" M 4 Qi A9 I: 1 5. R. . fi ,ff V MASON P. ANIJRIiWS College Preparatory I.aw luilne is mil lzlmil, lil!! rifle!! llllrliffrzlilwl. Alumor Class Play. Representative, Student-lfaculty faiuntilg Young Men's Col- lege fllulm, Key Cllulmg Musical flluhg lioreign Affairs Cluhg llamera fllulv, Stamp Cluh. ,li DSIEIIHINIQ D. APARU Academic Secretarial Vlork fl ,qnml laugh 1.r'.r1nfrl1ir1e in a lmure. Vlusital Llulv, Girls' Leagueg 'Xililetit Association. Nlursc-'s Aide. nterestsi dancing, sports. imployed as an ollice clerk. PAULINE M. ANDY Business Medical Secretarial Wturk, Bryant College Arm' the light rlmne in the ilafifneu, and the tlarknerr grasped il fmt. Manager of Swimming Team. Girls' Sports Clulug Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Lihrary Page. Interests: swimming, dancing, tennis, golf. Ifmployed as clerk in a de- partment store. i v I QIBARBARA M. Ammo Academic-Business Teachers College of Connecticut Shiner a.r calmly df mme zllriaut rlar . . . Senior Class Playg Twirling Competitiong Alternate Rep- resentative, Girls' League. Musical Clubg Twirlerettesg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Asso- ciation. Library Page. Interest: dancing. pea '6 '-1 JAMES N. APARO Academic Cartooning Tlynuglil it the parent of the zleeil. Interests: baseball, dancing, drawing. Employed at a warehouse. K iv -9' Lois A. APELGREN Academic journalism, New Rochelle College livery clouil bar a .vilzw lining. Alternate Representative, Girls' I.eague. Athletic Association, Interests: horses, writing, dan- cing. 'I7 SHIRLEY M. ARAKELIAN Academic Stenography Smile. and the zmrlzl mziler willy you. Representative, Press Club, Volley Ball Teamg Tennis Team. Interests: writing to foreign teen-agers, Engaged in home nursing and child care. -3 an ROBERT E. ARBOUR Technical Carpentry Alu'av.t try lo malta your aim higher. Interests: archery, hunting. Employed as a machinist. STANLEY L. ARCHACKI Academic U. S. Navy A good leader maker a good Jailor. Interests: football and basket- ball. ELIZABETH M. ARDIZONE Business Office Work All work and no play make: Mary a dull girl. Interests: dancing, baseball, sewing. Employed as a clerk in a store. JOSEPH J. ARUTE College Preparatory. Veterinary medicine, Cornell University Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you die. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Cou ncil. Cross Country Team. Interests: hunting, fishing, swimming, skiing. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. SAMUEL N. ATTARDO College-Academic Physical Education Instuction, Spingfleld College There is great ability in know- ing bow to conceal one'J ability. Representative, Athletic As- sociationg Manager, Baseball Team. Stage Helper, Junior Class Playg Senior Class Play. Interests: baseball, ov' s, music. Employed as s in a department Os fe lbbjloa, 9, SHIRLEY E. AUDET Academic Nursing, Hartford Hospital A good friend it easier lost than found. Alternate Representative, Girls' Leagueg Alternate Representa- tive, Red and Gold Reviewg Alternate Representative, Ath- letic Associati- n. Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Soft Ball Team. Interest: dancing. PATRICIA A. AUSTIN Academic Secretarial Work Tbink of eaxe, but work on. Representative, Girls' League. Athletic Association. Interests: dancing and skating. GLQRIA AZIZIAN College Preparatory Nursing, Boston University Conrtancy it tbe foundation of 111711462 Representative, Girls' Sports Club, Representative, Girls' j League. g junior College Clubg fge gn Affairs Club Girls' 'Sp ti 1 Club: Archery, Bkiketbczll, Hockey, and Vol1.eYbal1Tg4msg Atlxletic A9ocihl'lon. l- f l f I 2 J ' fl. . l l lx 'V x Q t BEVERLY BAGDASARIAN College Preparatory Law, Brenau College AJ carefree ar an aulumn breeze. National Honor Society, Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interest: piano playing. , , it GLADYS BAKER :ademic Beauty Culture, Hartford Academy Alwayr bury ar a bee. irls' League. ROBERT J. BALINSKAS College Preparatory. Chemistry, University of Connecticut Tail conquer: all things. Basketball Team, Athletic As- sociation. Interests: photography and basketball. Employed as an olhce boy in a printing company. e' . if r lcvn N -" I lx, s 4' ' I -,K N. .I .., l- Q -f t tr Y ' ,I A ,' s,' L JEANNETTE E. BALOCKI Business Medical Secretarial Work, Hillyer College The care will he dirmirted with laughter. Senior Class Play. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation, Alternate Representa- tive, Girls' League. junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club. Nurse's Aide. Interest: music. RONALD A. BANAK College Preparatory. Academic To make a friend, he a friend. Interest: swimming. ,DWARD S. BANASZEK fllege-Academic Major League Baseball clay it preferable to error. seball Team. mployed as a clerk in gro- ry store. ESTHER A. BARBERINI Academic Medical Secretarial Work, Baypath Institute Make .rhort the mile: with talk and rmiler. Musical Club, Cheerleaders, Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, ice skating. 0 FRANK BARSZCZ General Draftsman Each man mutt rely upon himself. Manager, Football Team, Man- ager, Cross Country Team. Track Team, Pretzel Benders. Interests: track, gymnastics. STEVEN BARTKOWSKI Academic U. S. Army Ambition is the soldier? virtue. Interests: television, ice-skat- ing. Employed at a factory and at a tire shop. BARBARA R. BASILE Business Secretarial Work Teachers College of Conn The thing to remember is not to forget. Representative, Athletic Asso ciation- Alternate Re resenta- , P tive, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club. Interests: ice-skating, photog- raphy. Employed as a sales clerk. a ROBERT W. BASILE JERRY A. BASSOLA Academic Radio School Technical Electrical Work Good nature wim the heart. Athletic Association. Experience it good if not bought too dear. Employed at an automobile Interests: swimming and hunt- agency. mg' Employed as a store clerk and stock boy. .af .1 "- ,9 , , M' es ,A ip! my 'i MARY A. BATOR Business Public Speaking Start each day with 4 Jong. Home Economics Club, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: drama and civics. LAVERNE A. BATTLE Academic Secretarial Work, Wren's Business School Life, liberty, and the purruit of happiners. Girls' League. Interests: singing and basket- ball. a V PETER W. BAUER College Preparatory. Medicine, Yale University The future belong: to those who prepare for it. "Donald Mellins Memorial Award", Delegate, Key Club International Conventions. President, Young Men's Col- lege Club, Secretary, Key Club, Business Staff, The Bee- hive. National Honor Society, Mu- sical Club: Orchestra, Band. Cafeteria Worker. Interests: French horn, trum- pet, skiing, tennis. RAYMOND BEAUCHEMIN College Preparatory Architecture What': going on, anyhow? Vice President, Radio Club, Secretary, Rifle Club, Repre- sentative, Athletic Associa- tion. National Honor Society, Key Club, Camera Club, Track Team. Cafeteria Worker. Interests: designing and build- ing miniature automobile models. Employed as an assistant to a civil engineer. -s DORIS M. BEAUDET Business Secretarial Work, Boston University Work and thou :halt have. Girls' League Formal Com- mittee. Senior Adviser, junior College Club, Amphion Club, Press Club, Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, sewing, reading. Employed as an office worker. JANET A. BECKMAN icademic Nursing, Hartford Hospital School of Nursing The hinges ol friendship should never rust. Lepresentative, Girls' League, Lepresentative, Athletic Asso- nation. ioreign Affairs Club. nterest: ice skating. MARJORIE J. BEEBE College Preparatory. Chemical Engineering, Radcliffe Science ir nothing hut perception. Representative, Rea' and Gold Review, Manager, Girls' Swimming Team. Senior Adviser, Junior Col- lege Club, Ski Club, Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: skiing, skating,swim- ming, horseback riding. .. Ml vf I i WILFRED L. BELOIN Academic Radio Announcing He who laughs last, laughs best. Football Team. Interest: collecting old and foreign money. gf rv 3 .fl I' . 5 I I i T", , i',' . 1 A K4 i A .. ll ,' V .fl 1,1 J "Q X . JOSEPH J. BENJAMIN Academic Independent Business He may hope for the bert that's prepared for the worst. Interests: saving hunting tro- phies and playing baseball. Employed as .clerk ,in ,grocery store. A Y I-PM '- LK ff' llc ff . gt'-L jfgll-17'6"x""5 PAUL B. BENJAMINSON lusiness Dramatics No: moriluri te Jalutamut. unior Class Play. lmphion Club, Press Club. nterest: photography and hilately. .mployed as a clerk in clean- ig company. IRIS B. BERKOWITZ College Preparatory Dental Hygiene To have a friend is to he one. Senior Class Play, Represen- tative, Rea' and Gold Review. Senior Adviser, Junior College Club, Musical Club: A Cap- pella Chorus, Womens' Chor- us, Amphion Club, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interest: collecting perfume bottles. PATRICIA E. BERNABUCCI College Preparatory Nursing When a little in love, people are always curious. Representative, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing and swim- ming. Employed as checker in a grocery store. HENRY P, BERNACKI College Preparatory University of Connecticut Deeds, not words. Interest: baseball. RITA M. BERNARD Business Secretarial Work He is free who liver ar -he choorer. Senior Class Play. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, swimming. Employed as a typist and file clerk. ROSIEN BERZANSKIS College Preparatory Executive Secretarial Work Gently to hear, kindly to judge, Centennial Pageant. Social Chairman, junior Col- lege Club, Secretarial Staff, The Beehive: Alternate Rep- resentative, Girls' League: Rep- resentative, Girls' Sports Club. National Honor Society: Sen- ior Adviser, Foreign Affairs Club: Musical Club: Art Com- mittee, Senior Choir, A Cap- pella Chorus, Women's Chor- us: Athletic Association. Interests: sewing, reading, music, swimming. Employed as' a baby sitter. I5--7 ' . 6041441 PAULINE BESSONI Business Secretarial Work A light heart and a carefree manner. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interest: ice skating. JOSEPHINE C. BIANCA Business Stenography A bright heart liver long. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: collecting records, ice skating, tennis. FRANK J. BIANCO NANCY R. BIANCHI Technical Music Business Stenography Emotion, not thought, Gentle is that gentle zloet. if fb? -fphffe Of mafia Girls' Sports Club, Girls' Interest: music. League. Works as an accordionist. Interests: popular and semi- classical rnusic, tennis. S . Works a baby sitter. .QF LEO J. BIBEAU College Preparatory Engineering, University of Connecticut Look before you leap. Camera Club. Interests: bowling, golf, photo- graphy, woodworking. Employed as Western Union Messenger. 22 DONALD BILAS Engineering I carry all my porrerrions with me. Interests: sports, music. JOSEPHINE BIRRITTA Business Clothes Designing A picture it a poem without wordr. Art Staff, The Beehive: Girls' League. Interests: drawing, painting. Does oflice work in a clothing store. EDWARD BISKUPIAK Technical Drafting Victory come: to the worthy. Centennial Celebration. Band. Interest: golf. JUNE C. BJORKLUND Business Secretarial Work To he awake is to he alive. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, reading. Employed as baby sitter. CHARLES W. BLAKE Academic Phys. Ed. Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Seize the opportunity when it ir offered. Class Day Students-versus-Fao ulty Softball Game. Foreign Affairs Clubg Baseball Team. Interests: all sports. 'Q W' " .se Qs- CNW' DONALD A. BLASKEY Academic Electronics Engineering A quiet mind, but very wire. Interest: collecting stamps. Works at New Britain Gen- eral Hospital. WALTER BOCHAN Academic Mechanics For knowledge, too, it itself a power. Interests: all sports. Employed as an inspector in a factory. FRANCES BOGUSZEWSKI Business Secretarial Work Great it truthg fire cannot hum, nor water drown it. Girls' League. Interests: baseball, basketball. Employed at a bakery. NORMA H. BONCI Business Secretarial Work Teachers College of Conn. There it no wealth but life. Alternate Representative, Girls' League. National Honor Society: Ath- letic Association. Office Messenger. Interests: reading, swimming. DONALD E. BORENSTEIN College Preparatory Music Arranging Boston University There': no hasinen like .fhow hannesr. Musical Club. Interests: baseball mu . 52.2.56 ALICE F. BORSE Business Secretarial Work Diligence ix the mother of good fortune. Representative, The Beehive. Senior Adviser, Twirlettesg Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: ice skating knitting, wg, s Jef.-Gly RONALD BOSCO Academic U. S. Navy Hi: rmile, his password. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council. Interests: all sports, wood- working, hunting. Employed at a publishing agency. ALICE E. BOSTROM Academic Nursing, Hockley Hospital, Mich. He who trier to achieve, doe: achieve. Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League. Interests: swimming, dancing, tennis. GERALD BOUCHARD Academic Travel To love the game heyond the prize. Football Team. Interests: football, track. KARL BROVVNSTEIN Academic U. S. Navy Work never killed anybody. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: woodworking, sports. Employed at the New Britain Herald. EMIL BRUNI, JR. Academic U. S. Navy The .rea i.r flowing every the land retains it never. Interests: all sports. Works as a carpenrer's assis- tant. ROBERT B. BRUZIK Technical Printing My strength ir made perfect in weaknesr. Basketball Team. Interests: basketball, baseball. KATHLEEN, F. BRYSON EDWARD C. BRZEZINSKI RICHARD J. BRZOZOWSKI ANDREW R. BRUSEK College Preparatory Chemistry, University of Vermont One who works a little harder, will always go a little higher. Vice President, National Hon- or Societyg Treasurer, Girls' Sports Club: Representative, Girls' League: Literary Staii, The Beehive. Senior Adviser, junior Col- lege Club, Foreign Affairs Clubg Field Hockey, Tennis: Athletic Association. Interests: tennis, chemistry. Technical Electrical Work Academic Academic Landscaping and That which is true is mine. Nothing in nature was ever B'-Uldmg Interests: hunting, fishing, created solely for itself. Built to music. football. Radio Club. therefore huilt forever. Interests: hunting, fishing. Interests: swimming, hunting, hiking, basketball, music. SALVATRICE A. BUCCHERI College-Academic Nursing, Hartford Hospital You will gain what you struggle for. Representative, Press Club, Representative, Girls' League. Twirlerettesg Girls' Sports Club. Nurse's Aide. Interests: music, books by Ro- bert Louis Stevenson. Employed as a clerk. l Wy X 5 ld We 25 SHIRLEY C. BUDNICK Business Secretarial Work Kindness is the golden chain hy which society is hound together. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League. Interests: knitting, ice skating. Employed as a department store clerk. . NANCY A. BUEHLER Academic Hair Styling Goodwin Technical School Sincerity is everlasting. Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League. Interests: reading, basketball, swimming. FLORA L BURNS General-Academic In time of trouble, one finds his friends. Vice Chairman, Problems Class, Girls' League. Interests: dancing, sports, reading. Employed as a clerk. MARIANN BUSCEMI Technical Nursing, N. B. General Hospital To help thy fellow man is life's highest calling. junior College Clubg Press Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, tennis, writing. ETHELYN L. BUSKER Academic College Peace, love, and security. Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association, Stage Crew, Senior Class Play. Interests: singing, ping-pong, tennis. ROSE M. CALISTRO Business. A friend in need is a friend indeed. Girls' League. Interests: swimming, dancing. ROSE M. CAMERON Business Stenography She was full of amiable grace. Girls' Leagueg Athletic Associ- ation. Employed as an oiice girl in a furniture store. - JANET M. CAMIRE Business Medical Secretarial Work A smile for all, a greeting glad Girls' Leagueg Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, music of Billy Eckstein. ROSEMARIE A. CARDONA Business Stenography She greets them smiling, one and all. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: bowling, ice skating, dancing, collecting records. MARIE T. CARENZA Academic Medical Secretarial Work A cheerful smile is worth its while. Junior College Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: l swimming, ice skat- ing, tennis. 26 EILEEN U. CARLIN Business Secretarial Work Always seen, but never heard. New Britain Centennial Pag- eant. Girls' League. Interests: reading, ping-pong, records. MARGARET E. CARLIN Business Secretarial Work Silence ir golden. New Britain Centennial Pag- cant. Girls' League. Interests: basketball, ping- pong, swimming. ROGER W. CARLONE College Preparatory Physical Ed. Teaching, Arnold College The work goer on ufilh a will. Football Team. Interests: sports, coin collect- ing. BARBARA J. CARLSON College Preparatory English Teaching Service ir the price you pay for the space you occupy. Gold Key Award, Hartford Courant Scholastic Writing Contest, First in School and National Archery Competi- tiong Second Place, Veterans of Foreign Wars Essay Con- test. Representative, Student Fac- ulty Councilg Red and Gold Slalfp Literary Staff, The Bee- hive: National Honor Society, Senior Adviser, Junior Col- lege Clubg Foreign Affairs Club, Twirlerettes, Girls' Sports Club, Archery Team, Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. RICHARD J. CARROLL Academic Physical Ed. Teaching Smile and forget your trouhler. Athletic Association. Interests: football, basketball, baseball. K9 MARTIN CAVALLI General Radio Announcing I'm 0.K.,' the world'r all wrong. Interests: baseball, basketball, football. LILLIAN CESANEK College Preparatory Nursing, St. Francis Hospital 0, woman! When fever painr the hrow, a minirlering angel thou. Girls' League. Interest: dancing. Employed as clerk in a de- partment, store I , X N ' Url lk - l. xt ' lu' X . 't Z J' le 27 ANNE'I'Tl2 CHANBITRLAIN Academic Hartford Inst. ol Hairdressing Blafrufl rm' the .small for they can gran' no .rmalleli Representative, Girls' Leagueg Foreign Affairs Club, Athletic Association. Interests: knitting, dancing, football. RHEA Al. CHANISY College Preparatory Teaching Physical Ed., Boston University Thom harirlg torches :fill part lhem ull lo ufllerj. Senior Class Play. Senior Adviserg junior Col- lege Clubg Musical Club, For- eign Affairs Clubg Amphion Club, Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League. Library Page. Interests: reading, hockey, ten- nis, swimming. THOMAS A. CHARAMUT Technical Automobile Mechanics Nothing is impossible to industry. Interest: automobile repairing. Employed as a clerk. Igli' RICHARD D. CHASE College Preparatory Science Syracuse University A man prepared has half the battle won. Treasurer, Foreign Affairs Club: Representative, Athletic Association: Junior Class Play: Senior Class Play. Interests: all sports. v I xii K A f Nl? - - iff' -1 ,os TILLIE D. CHECH Academic Accounting They know enough who know how to learn. Representative, The Beehive. Musical Club: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' Leagie. Interests: art, swimming, ten- nis, basketball. ROBERT I.. CHONOWSKI Academic Trumpet Playing No one gets ahead without a head. Musical Club: Pretzel Bend- ers, Band, Chorus. Works in the English Depart- ment Office. Interests: playing the trumpet, swimming, football. r I BETTE M. CHRIST Iollege Preparatory Medical Secretarial Work, Colby Junior College S'loomy cares will he made less hy song. 'unior College Club: Foreign Itfairs Club: Cheerleaders: Eirls' Sports Club: Girls' .eague: Athletic Association. nterest: sports. GERALDINE B. CHUDZIK College Preparatory Secretarial Work, Teachers College of Conn. A learned man has always wealth in himself. Vice-President, Girls' League: Vice-President, Student Fac- ulty Council: Welfare Chair- man, Girls' League: National Honor Society: Senior Adviser: Junior College Club: Musical Club: Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' Sports Club: Athletic Association. Usher for junior Class Play. Interests: tennis, knitting. CONCETTINA S. CIAFFAGLIONE Business Oliice Work Mark only the hours that shine. Girls' League. Interest: photography. SALVATORE S. CIARCIA College-Academic Aeronautical Engineering, Bridgeport University Lahor itself is a pleasure. Interests: stamp collecting, airplane building. F .val i 3 Y 28 j MARJORIE A. CLAFFEY College-Business Teaching French She smile: and dancer her trouble: away. Literary Staff, The Beehive,- Attended Yearbook Scholas- tic Conference, Columbia Uni- versity, Executive Board, Stu- dent-Faculty Council, Repre- sentative, Girls' League, Sen- ior Adviser, junior College Club, Girls' Sports Club, Archery Team, Athletic Asso- ciation. Literary Page. Interests: playing the piano, ice skating, reading, dancing. BARBARA J. CLARK College Preparatory Nursing Let the path be opened to talent. Representative, Girls' League, Representative, Red and Gold Review, Senior Adviser, Red and Gold Staff. junior Class Play. Interests: singing and reading. Works as a price marker at a department store. JAMES CLARKE Technical Electrical Work Always wear a smile. Basketball Team, Baseball Team. Interests: dancing and sports. Employed as an attendant at the Young Men's Christian Association. THOMAS R. COADY Academic Independent Transportation Williams College Word: are knowledge. Representative, Red and Gold Review, Representative, Ath- Ietic Association. Interests: hunting, swimming, dancing. Employed by transportation company, VIRGINIA L. COGGINS College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. No one attain: the highest position by being faint-hearted. Mashall for Class of 1950, Treasurer, junior College Club, Games Chairman, Girls' Sports Club, 1949. Senior Adviser, Foreign Af- fairs Club, Girls' League, Ath- letic Association. Interests: reading, knitting, bowling. SHEILA H. COHEN College Preparatory Secretarial Work, Iarson College All thing are what you make them. Representative, Student Fac- ulty Council, Representative, Girls' League, Senior Adviser, Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Association. Interests: reading, collectinn semi-classical records. Employed as a clerk in a de- partment store. HENRY J. COLBY Academic Machine Designing, Conn. Engineering Inst. Skill to do comer of doing. Representative, Athletic Asso- clarion. Camera Club. Works in the English Depart- ment Office. Interests: stamp collecting, drum corps. BEATRICE L, CONNER Business Secretarial Work Obedience producer raccerr. Girls' League. Interests: swimming, skating. Employed as a clerk in a bakery and delicatessen. MADELINE CONOCHALLA College Preparatory Nursing There is nothing so popular as kindness. Junior College Clubg Girls' League. Interests: dancing, sports. Employed as a sales girl in a department store. FRED J cooN College Preparatory Dentistry No path of flowers leads to glory. New England Drama Festival, Junior Class Play, Cross Coun- try Team. Interests: football and work- ing on cars. Employed as a gas station at- tendant. . I X v SYDELLE CORMIER Business Secretarial Work laughter is the cheapest tonic - and the surest. Senior Adviser, Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing and all sports. Employed at the New Britain jewish Federation ofiice. FRANK COSTA, JR. Academic Good things are dificult. Employed in a clothing store. WILLIAM E. COSTELLO Academic Drafting He is rich that is satisfied. JENNIE T. CULTON College Preparatory Secretarial Work Success is the reward of honest effort. National Honor Societyq Sen- ior Adviserg Junior College Club, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, swimming. CLAIRE L. CUNNINGHAM College Preparatory Medicine They do not ask wherefore or whence, but only what you have. President, Girls' Sports Club, Representative, Girls' Leagueg Senior Adviserg junior Col- lege Club, Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: swimming, held hockey. JOHN H. CZELLECZ Tenchnical Automobile Mechanics There is dignity in honest toil. Interest: automobiles. Employed as a store clerk. JEAN H. DABKOWSKI Iollege and Commercial Stenography Kindness is wisdom: there is mm' in life but need! xt and may learn il. Representative, Girls' Leagueg Klternate Representative, Red xml Gulzl Retfieux Nlational Honor Society, For- rign Affairs Club: Athletic Kssociation. nterests: dancing, football. nusic. Employed as a clerk. JOSEPH C. DABKOWSKI JOSEPHINE D'AGOSTINO JOSEPH R. DaMICO Academic Technical Dressmaking Academic Clever rnen are good, A happy .foul a great Common :Inn is not .ro but they are not the bert. attraction ir. cornrnon. Football Team. Interests: sewing, fishing, read- Athletic Association. Interests: building all sorts of ing- Interests: basketball, baseball. models- Employed at an automobile agency. . . - I A ' cf JOHN J. DAVENPORT College Preparatory Action speaks louder than wordr. Re resentative, Student-Facul- P ty Council. Men's College Club. Interests: horseback riding, tennis, winter sports. Employed at a concession. HENRY DAVERIO, JR. Academic Lon of sincerity it lon of vital power. Football Team, Interests: hunting, fishing. HENRY J. DAVERSA Academic Insurance Adjusting Hartford School of Insurance Adjusting Fear if the parent of cruelty. Interests: work on cars, danc- ing. Employed as a clerk. CHRISTINE A. DAVIN College Preparatory Nursing Happiness belong: to than who are content. Treasurer, Girls' League. Junior College Club: Amphion Club, Foreign Affairs Clubg Cheerleaders: Athletic Asso- eration. Interests: dancing, popular music. EDWARD I. DAVIS Academic Television He who move: not forward goex backward. Interests: radio and television electronics. Employed as a fountain clerk in a drug store. I v r .-'a LAWRENCE H. DeMAY Academic Baking Forward every backward never Representative, Red and Gold Review. Interests: records. PHILIP V. DeCONTI College Preparatory Teaching History Teachers College of Conn. The only competition worthy a wire man is with himself. Business Staff, The Beehive,- Representative, Student Fac- ulty Council. Athletic Associationg Foreign Affairs Clubg Young Men's College Club. Interests: golf, swimming. Employed as a clerk. RICHARD W. DeMAY Academic Machinery Not for .relf - but for all. Representative, Red and Gold Review. Cross-country Team. Interest: tinkering with auto- mobiles. Employed as a hospital aid. 32 RONALD DeCONTI College Preparatory Everyone it the .ron of hir own workt. Editor, Red and Gold Reviewf Representative, The Beehive. National Honor Societyg Press Clubg Quill and Scroll. Interest: golf. ELLEN 1. DeLOACH College Preparatory Nursing, Mass. General Hospital We strive to improve the heart and the mind. Representative, Student-F Cul- ty Council. ,I Junior College 'Cl bl 'Musical Clubg Swimmingjiamg Girls' dLeague. ' N, lvl, f. Interesfszzf lpowlirggg' lshiing, swimming. N' I V ,- J J U P V . 4,-Q :W 1, LL . , if , .tw 1 I up I i " . L" STI, VN, J Dy' ,LU . S , , Q, A N 't,. IL, . . , J " CAROLE M. DeMONT College and Academic Nursing Many have known many thingrg no one, all thingr. Representative, The Beehiveg junior College Clubg Musical Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Asso- ciation. Nurse's Aide. Interests. records and dancing. JOHN DER BAGDASARIAN College Preparatory Law Such a talker is he. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council. Football Team. Interests: all sports. CHRISTINE DERKES Iollege Preparatory Housewife 1 faithful friend is a strong defense. lepresentative, Athletic Asso- IIIIOH. ioreign Affairs Club, Twirler- tres, Girls' Sports Club, .wimming Team, Bowling -- feamg Girls' League. Jurse's Aide. nterests: needle craft, dancing. IRENE R. DCSROSIERS Academic Life is gay, if you make it that way. Girls' Leagueg Athletic Asso- ciation. Interest: dancing. N A X jf Q K FN ,,..,.f-f' P I FANNIE P. DiCARLO Business Dental Assistantship Experience is the best of school masters: only the school fees are heavy. Girls' League. Interests: music, reading, bas- --ketball, ping-pong. Employed as a clerk. ROSE M. DiLORENZO Business Secretarial Work A thing seriously pursued affords true enjoyment. Girls' League. Employed as a grocery store clerk. CAROLYN T. DiMAIO Academic Lab. Technician Service Happiness seems made to he shared. Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council. junior -College Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' klleagueg Atheltic Association. Idterests: dpncing, swimming, music, sewing. Bmploycdas a clerk. 1 DOMINIC J. DiNINO Technical College Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Interests: baseball, sports. Employed as a butcher. NANCY J. DiPIETRO Business Ofiice Work It is easy to remember, but hard to forget. Girls' League. Does mimeographing for the school office. ELSIE O. DIXON Business Secretarial Work The highest of distinctions is service to others. Representative, Athletic Asso- CIZIIOU. Basketball Team, Volleyball Team, Girls' League. Works as insurance company ollice clerk. FRED A. DOMBROWIK Technical Automobile Mechanic Life is rhort,' make the mort out of it. Interest: automobiles. Employed as a store clerk. flu RICHARD J. DOMINICE Academic We have nothing to fear hut fear itself. Interests: baseball, bowling. Employed as a clerk in bakery. xyakliliiwlfj JOAN V. DONNELLY College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Speak to the earth, and it :hall teach thee. Representative, Red and Gild Review, Alternate Representa- tive, Girls' League, Alternate Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. Senior Adviserg Junior Col- lege Club, Girls' Sports Club: Hockey Team, Bowling Team. Interests: sports, music. M. THERESE DONNELLY College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Impartially their talent: .rcan,' just education form: the man. Representative, Girls' Leagueg junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Association. Interests: swimming, movies. Employed as a clerk, X . STANLEY G. DRENZEK Academic Industrial Arts Instruction Teachers College of Conn. The will of a man is hi: happinetr. Football Team, Basketball Team, Interests: fishing, hunting. IRENE Y. DUBOIS Business Secretarial Work Friendship is ever serviceable. Representative, Girls' League, Girls' Sports Club. Interests: dancing, sports. W1 J " ANN M. DUKE Business Unler: you hear with the fault: of a friend, you betray your own. Alternate Representative, Girls' League. Foreign Affairs Clubg Twirler- ettesg Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League. Interests: dancing, ice skating, fishing. DOROTHY C. DUMAS Academic Nursing Htfd. Hosp. School of Nursing The passport to anywhere if a rrnile. Representative, Girls' League, Junior College Clubg Girls' Sports Club: Archery, Basket- ball Teamg Bowling Teamg Athletic Association. Interests: collecting stamps and postcards, sports, music. 34 uf tififoi EDWARD ELDER JOSEPH F. ELDER DOROTHY M. ELLERT ALEX R. DYGOWSKI Business Business College I had rather have a fool to make me merry than experi- ence to make me sad. Representative,Red and Gold Review. Football Team. Interests: model airplanes, hunting, fishing, skating, swim- ming. Employed as a clerk. MELVILLE F. DYSON College-Academic Chemical Engineering Yale University Good service makes friends. Interests: art, woodworking. Employed by a bottling com- pany and a packing company. THERESA A. DZIKOT Business Secretarial Work A pleasant person is always a desired one. Girls' League. Interests: dancing, sports. EDWARD J. DZWONKOWSKI Academic Univ. of Connecticut 'Tis education forms the common mind, just as the twig is bent, the tree is inclined. Representative, Red and Gold Review. Basketball Team, Baseball Team. Interests: football, baseball, basketball. . 'air' PHILIP EDELSON ,lege Preparatory Electrical Engineer slate of life hut must to patience how. 'eign Affairs Club. rrests: photography, sports. Academic Professional Sports Still waters run deep. Interest: baseball. College Preparatory Science Genius begins great worksg labor alone hnishes lhem. Recipient of Harvard Book Prize, Nutmeg Boys' State, Representative, Press Confer- ence in New York, President, National Honor Society, Treas- urer, Press Club, Representa- tive, Student-Faculty Council, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Amphion Club, Red and Gold Review, Ath- letic Association. Interests: piano, photography, reading. 35 Academic Medical Secretary Teachers College of Conn. The variety of all things forms a pleasure. Alternate Representative, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club, Field Hockey Team, Tennis Team, Athletic Association. Interests: reading, "bop" mu- sic. EVERETT E. ELLISON Academic U. S. Navy The winds and wave: are always on the ride of the ahleit nawgatory. Interests: baseball, football, hunting. Employed at the New Britain Herald. CLAIRE L. EMERY Business Stenography Art help: nature: and experience, art. Girls' Sports Club. Interests: aft, skating, and dancing. JACK H. EPSTEIN College Preparatory Univ. of Conn. The wheel: of progrefr have no brakes. Foreign Affairs Club: Civic Forum. Interests: sports, politics. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. MAUREEN E. FAGAN College Preparatory Medical Secretarial Work LaSalle Junior College The great aim of education is not knowledge, but action. Secretary, Foreign Affairs Club: Representative, Student Faculty Council: Representa- tive, Tht Beehiveijunior Col- lege Club: Girls' League. Library Page. Interests: readingnxswirrgrning. 'X ELIZABETH M. FALLIS Business Independent Business A friend if worth all hazard! we 6471 full. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: drawing, ballet. THERESA M. FALVO Business Ofhce Work Smiles form the channels of 4 future tear. Girls' League. Interests: collecting post cards. EUGENE D. FARLEY Academic Farming He who owns the soil, owns up to the sky. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation: Manager, Baseball Team. Interests: hunting, trapping, baseball, basketball. VIRGINIA I. FAY Business Secretarial Work Hitch your wagon to a Jtar. Publicity Chairman, Foreign Affairs Club: Representative, Girls' League: Camera Club: Girls' Sports Club: Athletic Association. Interests: reading, sewing, lis- tening to records. Employed as a bookkeeper in a hardware store. PAUL F. FAZZINA cademic Tool and Die Making Answer me in one word. epresentative, Athletic Asso- ation. lrerests: baseball, basketball. 4 ANGELINA M. FAZZINO Academic Office Work Moody's Secretarial School Music revive: the recollections it would appease. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council. Girls' League. Interest: collecting records. DAVID R. FERGUSON Business Salesmanship Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science. Representative, The Beehive, Representative, Student Fac- ulty Councilg Representative, Red and Gold Review. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. lnterests: mechanics, baseball, basketball. BETTE A. FIEDORCZYK Business Patience crowns success. Girls' League. Interests: reading, swimming, dancing. Works as a billing clerk in an oliice supply house. MARSHALL FIGHTLIN College Preparatory journalism Syracuse University All time is the right time for saying what is just. Senior Class Play, Representa- tive, Studenty-Faculty Council, Representative, Athletic Asso- :iationg The Beehive, Secretar- ial Staffg Amphion Club. lnterests: playing the piano, television, swimming, collect- ing records. SUSAN FIGHTLIN College Preparatory Merchandising All I ask is the heavens above me and the road below me. Representative, Girls' League. Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Athletic Associa- tion. Library Page. Interests: ice skating, records, swimming, reading. RAYMOND J. FILLION College Preparatory Dentistry University of Vermont Be prepared. Representative, Press Club. Interest: baseball. Employed as a grocery store clerk. 37 DAVID C. FLETCHER General Harmony arises from the contest of opposites. Musical Club. VIRGINIA B. FLORIO Academic Secretarial Work Laughter it the joyous univerial evergreen of life. Centennial Pageant. Twirlerettesg Girls' League: Athletic Association: Odfice Messenger. Interests: dancing, collecting records, horseback riding. Employed as an ofhre worker at a manufacturingkeompany. .K A. V . y ,, g - 1 lt J ' I r t ' l FERNAND FOURNIER Technical Electronic Engineering Hillyer College A rolling :tone gathers no mort. Interests: boat building, hunt- ing, fishing. Employed in the New Britain General Hospital kitchen. DOMINICK FRANCISCHELLI General U. S. Marines You cannot do anything hy doing nothing. Radio Club. Interests: raising carrier pig- eons, swimming. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. EDWARD FRAWLEY Academic Teachers College of Conn. Let'J all be happy. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council. Football Team, Baseball Team. Interests: sports, dancing. RICHARD J. FRAWLEY Academic Engineering Patience it the art of hoping. Interest: baseball. EARL A. FRENCH College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Noli me tangere. Amphion Club, Press Club: Foreign Affairs Club. Interests: collecting books, poetry. JANET M. FRISK College Preparatory Nursing New Britain General Hosp. Succexs is getting what you want,' happiness is wanting what you get. Girls' Leagueg Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: ice skating, reading, dancing. Employed as a candy girl in a theater. ELAINE M. FUMIATTI College Preparathry Nursing Boston University I lead the life I love. Representative, Red and Gold Review: Representative, Girls' League: Senior Adviser: Jun- ior College Clubg Foreign Affairs Clubg Badminton Team, Field Hockey Team: Athletic Association. Interests: reading, winter sports, collecting menus. PATRICK J. FUOCO College Preparatory Business Administration Cornell University Know your opportunity. Musical Club: Pretzel Pend- ers, Band, Brass Cfnir. . . ' ,f ' Interest. sportf f ,Q I' Employed 'nl ifcxbihet making concern. 4, ' 1' .4 f 1' ya l ,311 A. h JOYCE GAGLIARDI College Preparatory Laboratory Technique Wilson School of Technology Fond of work, fond of play, bright and cheerful all the day. junior College Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: ice skating, swim- ming, dancing. Employed as a sales clerk. LOUIS GAGLIARDI Academic He profits most who serves best. Interests: all sports. Employed in an ice cream company. CLAIRE P. GALKA College Preparatory Medical Secretarial Work Count her virtuesp they are more in number than the angels. Representative, Girls' Sports Clubg National Honor Society: Girls' League. Interests: dancing, ice skating, collecting records. Employed as a sales clerk. LOUIS GALLO General Police Work When fortune smiles on thee, take the advantage. Interests: hunting, fishing, trapping. ROXY GARABEDIAN Business Secretarial Work The true source of cheerfulness is benevolence. Alternate Representative, Girls' League. Foreign Affairs Clubg Athletic Association. Interests: reading, knitting, playing canasta. CLAUDIA C. GAROFANO College and Business Teaching Teachers College of Conn. As to some church repair, not for the doctrine, but for the music there. Senior Adviser, Junior Col- lege Clubg Press Clubg Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: piano playing, sing- ing. Employed as an office clerk in a department store. GERALDINE S. GARRO College Preparatory College The secret of success is constancy to purpose. junior College Club, Senior Adviser: Amphion Club, For- eign Affairs Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interest: dramatics. Employed as a secretary. ROBERT R. GAUDIAN College Preparatory Medicine Trinity College Knowledge i.r power. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council: Key Club: For- eign Affaits Club: Stamp Club. Interest: stamp collecting. ELIZABETH R. GEIGER College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Silence ir the perfect herald of joy. Musical Club: Senior Choir, A Cappella, Women's Chorus: Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' Sports Club, Archery: Girls' League: Athletic Association Office Messenger. Interests: collecting post cards, dancing, travel, music. SAMUEL S. GENOVESE Business Storekeeping My own thoaghtr are my companions. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. Baseball Team. Interest: baseball. Employed as a clerk in a market. VIOLA B. GERACI Business Bookkeeping A well-ordered mind is early trained. Centennial Pageant. Girls' League. Interests: reading, swimming, knitting, writing. Employed as a general ofiice worker. HELEN M. GERVAIS Business Charity is the Jcope of all Godir commandr. Secretary-Treasurer, Twirlers' Club: Majorette. Foreign Affairs Club: Girls League. Interests: dancing, swimming. EVELYN J. GI-IEZZI College Preparatory University of Conn. To make knowledge valuable, one mutt have the cheerful- neu of wisdom. National Honor Society: Sen- ior Aclviser: junior College Club: Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' Sports Club: Badmin- ton Team. Interests: dancing, swimming, piano. JANE L. GIEDRAITIS College Preparatory Commercial Art Better to he done than wish it had been done. Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council: Repre- sentative, Girls' Sports Club: Manager, Ping Pong Team, Senior Adviser: junior Col- lege Club: Foreign Affairs Club: Bowling Team: Basket- ball Team: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: drawing, painting, sports. JOHN F. GILBERT Acadeniic Architecture Nothing in the ajfairr of men it worthy of great anxiety. Ski Club. Interests: swimming, skiing, ice skating. SHALER W. GILMAN College Preparatory-Academic 1 sound mind in a sound body Musical Clubg Athletic Asso- ciation. Interest: mechanics. Employed as a store clerk. CAROL A. GINSBURG Academic Fashion Designing LaSalle junior College After the clouds, the sun. Representative, Girls' Leagueg junior College Clubg Foreign Affairs Clubg Ski Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interest: sewing. RONALD C. GINTER General Professional Baseball The only good is knowledge, and the only evil is ignorance. Treasurer, Problems Class. Baseball Team. Interests: baseball, basketball. ELEANOR T. GIONFRIDDO College Preparatory Music Music is the beauty of the ages. Conn. Music Festival: Execu- tive Secretary, Student Direc- tor, Accompanist, Musical Club. Girls' Leagueg Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: piano, voice, danc- ing. Employed as an accompanist for modem dance class. SALVATORE GIONFRIDDO College Preparatory Business Administration Stick with me and you can't go wrong. Senior Class Playg Men's Col- lege Club, Amphion Club, Athletic Association. Interest. The Theater. Employed as a clerk in an automobile agency. PETER R. GIULIANI Academic Cheerful, hut serious. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: all sports. sYLv1A B. GLABAU ' College Preparatory Teaching Simplicity of character is the natural result of profound thought. Senior Adviser, Musical Clubg Foreign Alfairs Club, Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interest: music. ARTHUR E. GLAESER College Prepartory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Teaching others saacbash yourself. Treasurer, National Honor Society. Key Clubg Foreign Affairs Club, Men's College Clubg Stamp Clubg Ski Club. Interests: stamp collecting, skiing, tennis, swimming. 'We'-E K' . ....' A .,4f:i,. I .J WARREN W. GLATZ Business Accounting The future lie: ahead, watch it! Music Club, Athletic Associa- tion. Interest: bowling. ALAN D. GOLDBERG College Preparatory Businessman Univ. of Penn. Success comer to him who atkr. Representative, Red and Gold Reuiewp Foreign Affairs Club. Interests: baseball, tennis. Employed as a clerk. ARLENE J. GOLLON College Preparatory Teaching Marimba Julius Hart School of Music Music doth change men'J nature. Professional Television Ap- pearances. Representative, Girls' League, Musical Club, Athletic Asso- ciation. Library Page. Interests: traveling, collecting stamps, ice skating. Employed as an assistant mar- imba teacher. Ci?- CHARLES F. GOODING Academic Business Morse College Naught hut firmner: gain: the prize. Manager, Basketball Team, Representative, The Beehiuef Athletic Association. Interests: sports and photog- raphy. PATRICIA R. GOODWIN Academic Secretarial Work Faith in beauty never fails. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Council, Representative, Girls' League, Senior Adviser, junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Bowling Team, Athletic Association. Interests: bowling, swimming, dancing. Employed by the Chamber of Commerce. DOLORES J. GORAVITCH Business Bookkeeping Good things come in small packages. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, swimming, bowling. Employed as a clerk. ARNOLD B. GORFAIN College Preparatory Salesman Univ. of Conn. Either I will find a way or make one. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation, Literary Staff, The Beehive. Interests: all sports. Works as an automobile sales- man. RUTH L. GORFAIN Academic and College Laboratory Techniques Acquire not only learning, hut the habit of learning. Junior College Club, Foreign Aflairs Club, Girls' League, Stage Crew, Senior Play. Interests: piano, tennis. JOAN M. GRAJEWSKI College Preparatory Nursing St. Raphael's Hospital What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. junior College Club: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League. Interests: collecting nick-nacks, dancing, swimming, ice skat- ing, collecting records. Employed as a store clerk. JOSEPH P. GRASSO Academic Music Teaching Boston University He is somehow good who likes music Musical Club: Student Con- ductor, Band-Orchestra: Base- ball Team. Interests: baseball, music. KENNETH H. GREEN Technical Baking Patient waiters are no losers. Co-op Student Representative, T. A. E. High School, Elmira, N. Y. Interests: music, photography. Employed as a bakery clerk. PATRICIA A. GREENE College Preparatory Nursing The hest place to hnd a helping hand is at the end of ' your arm. Senior Class Play: Hartford Courant Representative, Par- ade of Youth: Senior Adviser: junior College Club: Foreign Affairs Club: Press Club: Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: swimming, ice skat- ing, reading. HELEN M. GRYCKIEWICZ Academic Nursing The crest and crowning of all good, Life's final star is brotherhood. Musical Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Nurse's Aide. Interests: dancing, singing. Employed as a clerk. I -.1 RITA E. GRYGUS College Preparatory Nursing Never an idle moment hath she. Senior Class Play: Junior Class Play. Circulation Editor, Red and Gold Review: Manager, Hock- ey Team:Senior Adviser: For- eign Affairs Club: Twirler- ettes: Amphion Club: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. OHice Worker. Interests: dancing, swimming, twirling. f IKM" LORRAINE M. GUGEL Business U. S. Waves There is no genius in life like the genius of energy and activity. Girls' Sports Club: Baseball Team, Basketball Team: Girls' League. SANDRA E. GUSTAFSON College Preparatory The world hath need of quietness. Stage Manager, Senior Class Play: Senior Adviser: Junior College Club: Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' Sports Club: Bowling Team, Hockey Team: Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Library Page. Interests: reading, swimming. JOAN L. GUSTAVSON College Preparatory Medical Secretarial Work She who reeks her goal ind: 4 path to it. Centennial Pageant. Alternate Representative, Girls' Leagueg Alternate Representa- tive, Student-Faculty Council: Photography Staff, The Bee- hi1fe,' National Honor Society: Senior Adviser: junior Col- lege Club, Musical Club: Art Committee, A Cappella Chor- us, Women's Chorus: Foreign Affairs Club: Athletic Associa- tion. Library Page. Interests: sewing, swimming, dancing, skating. CELIA F. GUZAUCKAS Business Secretarial Work Nothing can hring you peace hut yourself. Senior Adviser. Interests: dancing, reading. Employed as a clerk. ROBERT C. HACKNEY Academic Accounting Moody's Secretarial School A good opportunity is seldom presented and it eerily lost. Interests: baseball, basketball. Employed as a clerk in a candy store. ROBERT H. HALCO Academic Nature teacher without preaching. Football Team, Baseball Team: Track Team. Interests: swimming, fishing tennis. LAWRENCE C. HALL Academic Music Career Rhythm is his husinexs and hit pleature. Played in All State Band. Treasurer, Musical Club: Sen- ior Choirg A Cappella: Oc- tetteg Men's Chorusg Orches- tra, Band. Interests: basketball and swim- ming. .ws ' .v5Q -:lax x 'ally RUSSELL A. HALL Academic Automatic Machine Demon-- stration. Though he ix 4 wit, he is no fool. Baseball Team: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: mathematics, all sports. ii 44 HAROLD HAMMICK Academic Phy. Ed. Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Look for the silver lining. Speaker, Rotary Club Ban- quet. Interests: all sports. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. lil: MM MARY N. HANIEWSKI Business Her Jmiling eyes with simple truth were Jtarred. Senior Adviserg Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interest: horseback riding. W 9 1 PAUL HANSEN Academic Navy With friends all things are common. Interests: baseball, basketball, swimming. Employed at The New Britain Herald. FRANCIS J. HART Academic Carpentry The best carpenters make the fewest chips. Athletic Association. Interest: basketball. Employed as a carpentet's ap- prentice. BARBARA HARTZ Academic Homemaking Life is not life without delight. Representative, Girls' Sports Club: Representative, Girls' League, Field Hockey. Interests: music, sports. Employed as a baby sitter. ROBERT J. HAUSMAN College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. You get from life what you put into it. Athletic Association. Interest: sports. BEVERLY J. HAUVER Iollege Preparatory Nursing Hartford Hospital Wan was produced to do good deeds. Droperty Committee, junior :lass Play. Senior Adviser: junior College Ilubg Foreign Affairs Club: Sirls' Sports Clubg Girls' .eagueg Athletic Association. nterests: dancing, swimming, ce skating. Employed a baby 'ter. Hof' ALICE J. HAYES College-Business Nursing St. Francis Hospital God helps those who help themselves. Senior Adviser, Girls' League. Interests: baseball, badminton, dancing. Jessie M. HAZE Academic Nursing St. Francis Hospital It takes the darkness to reveal a star. Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League. Interest: collecting Perry Co- mo's records. Employed as a baby sitter. KATHLEEN HEDENBERG Business Medical Secretarial Work Hillyer College Life is long to the wretched, but short to the happy. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: bowling, all sports. ROBERT A. HEMINGWAY Academic U. S. Navy Anyone can hold the helm when the .rea is calm. Interests: basketball and base- ball. Employed at the New Britain Boys' Club. MARILYN HIMMELFARB College Preparatory Music We know the truth, not only hy the rearon, hut alro hy the heart. Representative, Yearbook Con- ference at Columbiag Repre- sentative, Red and Gold Re- Viewp Literary Staff, The Bee- hive. Senior Adviser, Junior Col- lege Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sport Club, Girls' League. Interests: piano, reading. ELEANOR J. I-IINE Commercial Secretarial Work Life ir the art of drawing rufficienl conclusions from inrnfflcient premirer. junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, sports, col- lecting Frankie Laine records. Employed as secretary in pub- lic accountant's ofhce. vm EDWIN H. HINKEL College Preparatory Radio Engineering DeForest's Technical Inst. Who doer hir hert, doe: all that man arhrg angel: ash no rnore. Cross Country Track Team. Interests: hunting, collecting stamps. A l CHARLES A. HJERPE Iollege Preparatory Veterinary Medicine Cornell Univ. Harte maker wane. Nlational Honor Socieryg Mu- aical Club: Band, Key Club. nterests: taxidermy, baseball, tunting, fishing. KARL HOISL College Preparatory Forestry Univ. of Conn. To err ir humang to forgive ir divine. President, Key Club, Foreign Affairs Club. Interests: sports, music. RICHARD HOLLFELDER Academic Dentistry Univ. of Perm. Shall I not take mine eare in mine inn. Treasurer, Senior Class, Rep- resentative, Student Faculty Council, Representative, Ath- letic Association. Football Teamg Basketball Team, Track Team, Baseball Team. Interest: sports. NANCY J. HORNKOHL College Preparatory Teaching ' Teachers College of Conn. True sincerity .rendr for no witnerr. junior College Club, Twirler- ettesg Archery Team. Interests: dogs, swimming, drawing. JANET A. HOSTETTER Business Return to Colorado What you can do today, don't leave for tomorrow. Girls' Leagueg Swimming Team. Interests: hiking, keeping scrap books. Employed as a typist. V fffffbi BARBARA A. HKENKO Academic Little hy little does the trick. Girls' Leagueg Office Helper. Interests: knitting, dancing, collecting photos. LOUIS F. HUBER Academic Commercial Art The loss which is unknown is no loss at all. Interest: baseball. Employed as stock boy. HELEN HUDSON Academic Religious Education Work Livingstone College Not quiet, nor loud, nor short, nor tall, but a pleasant ming- ling of them all. Musical Clubg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interest: baseball. JUDITH E. JACKSON Iollege Preparatory Air Stewardship 'n quietness ana' confidence your strength shall he. iepresentative, Girls' League: Klternate Representative, Red and Gold Review. Nlational Honor Societyg Sen- or Adviserg Junior College Ilubg Foreign Affairs Clubg vfusical Club: Starlettes, Sen- or Choir, Women's Chorus, I Cappellag Girls' Sports Ilub, Girls' Leagueg Athletic kssociation. .ibrary Page. nterests: doll collecting, twimming, ice skating, square lancing, water skiing. MARL L. JACKSON College Preparatory Sales Engineering Dartmouth Give me today, and take tomorrow. Athletic Association. In t e r e s t s : coin collecting, Black Maria this carj. Employed as a cabinet maker. ROBERT R. JAKOBOWSKI Academic Work in Fire Dept. Pleasure and action make hours seem short. Football Teamg Track Team. Interests: billiards, dancing. BARBARA J. JAKUBOWICZ Academic Pediatric Nursing Hartford Hosp. Supreme happiness consists in serving others. Foreign Affairs Club, Cheer- leaders, Girls' Leagueg Athlet- ic Association. Nurse's Aide. Interests: dancing, sports, pop- ular music. Employed as a nurse's aide in New Britain General Hospital. WALTER JASENSKI Academic Air Conditioning He who knows most, believes the least. Interests: sport, hunting, lish- ing. Employed as a porter at New Britain General Hospital. WILLIAM E. JEHNING LOIS J. JEHNING General Business Store Work Each man's mind is himself. Virtue lies in moderation. Manager, Football Team. Girls' League. Interests: hunting, football. Interests: swimming, baseball. JANET L. JOHNSON College Preparatory Dental Hygiene Upsala College Wisdom comes by cleverness, not by time. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interest: swimming. Employed as a clerk for a cleaning company. JOYCE M. JOHNSON Academic Nursing N. B. School of Nursing A promise gains weight when kept, Fwirlerettesg Girls' Sports :lubg Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, sports. MARILYN E. JOHNSON Business Secretarial Work Make haste to live, and con- sider each day a life, Representative, Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: knitting, popular and classical music. Employed in an insurance agency. RAYMOND E. JOHNSON Academic U. S. Air Force He who hesitates is lost. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Interests: collecting coins, col- lecting stamps. 48 RAYMOND H. JOHNSON Academic Architecture Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. Interest: piano playing. RICHARD G. JOHNSON lcademic Chemical Engineering Univ. of Conn. 4ccording to what you are, such is your value. Lepresentative, Student Fac- lty Council: Representative, 'he Beehive. oreign Affairs Club. nterests: basketball, football, aseball. ROBERT E. JOHNSON Academic Each virtue is its own reward. Musical Club: Band. Interests: outboard boat rac- ing, playing the trumpet. Employed as a clerk in a store. -4 ,J f+i2 -V 1 17' ,, O. JW0 CAROLYN J. JONES Business Secretarial Work Enjoy yourself: it's later than you think. Alternate Representative, Girls' League. Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Associa- tion. Office Helper. Interests: bowling, swimming, dancing. CATHERINE S. JOSEPH Business Secretarial Work True happiness is to share joy with others. Girls' League. Interests: collecting records, baseball, reading. SENEVIEVE B. JUZWINSKI iusiness Stenography Moody's Secretarial School Let them call it mischief: 'hen it is past and prospered 'twill be virtue. oreign Affairs Club: Press Ilub: Girls' Sports Club: iirls' League: Athletic Asso- iationg Helper Athletic Asso- iation. nterests: bop dancing, swim- ring. mployed as a clerk in a mar- et. ELEANOR A. KALISZ Business Secretarial Work My kingdom for a horse. Girls Sports Club: Basketball and Field Hockey Teams, Soft- ball and Volley Ball Teams: Girls' League. Interests: horseback riding, square dancing. MARY B. KALISZ College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Modesty is the citadel of heauty and of virtue. Senior Adviser: Musical Club, Senior Choir: Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club: Bas- ketball, Swimming, Girls' League. Interests: reading, knitting, sports. RICHARD A. KALLERMAN Academic Tool Designing Univ. of Conn. A poor man without patience is like a lamp without oil. Representative, Red and Gold Review. Foreign Affairs Club. Interests: outdoor sports, bas- ketball. BARBARA B. KAMINSKY Business Medical Secretarial Work Bryant College A smile lighten: the load. Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: ice skating, horse- back riding, swimming, ten- nis, basketball. Employed as a salesgirl. x ,X f W 1 N IRMA L. KANE College Preparatory Nursing Keep your face to lhe sun- shine, and you cannot see the shadows. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: knitting, sports. Employed as a baby sitter and as a store clerk. CHARLES KARDOK Academic Optics New York School of Optics Things that are moderate last a long time. Interests: tennis, golf. Employed as a factory worker. X MARION E. KASPROW Academic Dress Designing What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? Twirlerettesg Girls' Sports Club, Baseball Team: Girls' League. Interests: drawing, swimming, dancing. STEPHEN KAVALAUSKAS Academic Lab. Technique N. Y. U, Nolhiog is so popular as kindness. Interests: all sports. Employed by the New Britain Herald. MARJORIE KAYESKI Academic Nursing Live to learn and learn to live. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: golf, tennis, swim- ming. Employed as a store clerk. MARILYN J. KEEVERS Business Secretarial Work Friendship is lone withoul his wings. Secretarial Stall, The Beehive: National Honor Societyg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, collecting records, all sports. Employed as a stenographer. tlwc. IRENE KEIKO Academic Navy Nursing Man has his will, hut woman has her way. Girls' League: Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, swimming, listening to records. Employed as a baby sitter. f -.,.::1"..f' , ' t A si' of e'N1'NoJl:l'LlCl ' sf- " 7 K f 1' 5, "JE cf-K' Mil, 'C f 'leur 'J tw-.1 - ',., YK : , Yrs JL, ,J my .,'- EVELYN T. KEINZ Jllege Preparatory Nursing Grace Hospital he .mutation it well in hand. epresentative, Girls' Sports ub. usical Club, Girls' League, thletic Association. iterests: music, all sports. JOAN A. KELLY Academic There are two day: about which rtohody should ever uforry, and thote are yesterday and tomorrow. Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg junior College Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, swimming. MARILYN L. KERIN Kcademic Dance Instruction All the worlrl'J a Jtage. Pap Danced at "Harvest Hop" unior Class Play, Girls' .eague. nterest: tap dancing. ALICE KERN Business Business Field Quietnen and sincerity perxonihed. Representative, Rea' and Gold Rezfieuz Girls' League. Interests: dancing, skating, MARY E. KELLY Business Bookkeeping Forgive and Forget. Girls' League. Employed at a bakery. CAROLE A. KEOUGH College Preparatory juvenile Oflicership Univ. of Conn. Humor is the harmony of the heart. Representative, Girls' Leagueg Senior Class Playg Musical Clubg junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Clubg Senior Adviser. Library Page. MILTON KHOOBYARIAN College Preparatory Wooster College Bright at fair ,rumhine after wirtter'J storm. Foreign Affairs Clubg Stamp Club. Interests: stamp collecting, photography. Employed in a jewelry store. mf, .4 .V f E4 , BARBARA KILDUFF Business Secretarial Work Laugh, if you are wise. Girls' League. Interests: basketball, music. Employed as a salesgirl. G- ,Y'.45' .. l 3 KATHERINE F. KLIMAS College Preparatory Nursing Knowledge ir a trearure, hut practice ir the key to it. National Honor Society: For- eign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: drawing and sports. MARILYN J. KNOPF Business Secretarial Work Thy modeJty': a candle to thy merit. Senior Adviser: Secretarial Staff, The Beehivef Alternate Representative, Red and Gold Reuiewf Girls' League, Ath- letic Association. Interests: sewing, reading. Employed as secretary in a law office. .fi X J X ALFRED W. KOBOSKI Academic Radio Repairing The life given ur it for ure. Interests: fishing, baseba . A Employed by a d 'tiylggyfk ol Q x. 1 XJ xx! X BARBARA M. KOCHAL Academic Nursing St. Francis Hospital Friendship if a rheltering . tree. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' Leagueg Athletic Ass iat'on. Interests: listeni ecfrds, dancing, swim ' . Employed aby s' ter. if ' l W7 ,F U MALCOLM S. KOLPAK Academic Travel Life hartenr on with increared rpeed. Representative, Student-Faculty Council, Band, Track and Cross Country. Interests: dancing for pleas- ure, all sports. DORISJANE E. KONOWSKI Academic Aerialist It ir hext not to :wap horrer while crorring the xtream. Representative, The Beehiveg Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: horseback riding, motorcycling, music. Entertains as an aerialist. CAROL R. KONZENSKI College Preparatory Teaching Quietneu ir not always what it meant to ur. National Honor Societyg jun- ior College Clubg Musical Clubg Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: dancing, playing the piano for recreation. CHARLES R. KOONZE Academic Travel Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Football Team: Cross Coun- try Team. Interests: fishing, hunting, fly tying. MARLENE F. KOPPEL ollege Preparatos' Teaching Teachers Col ge of Conn. Fo you deny t lbllegation? I firls' Spo dbg Girls' eagueg At ssociation. iterests , swimming. I PETER F. KOSAK College Preparatory Research Chemistry Univ. of Conn. Geniur it only labor and diligence. National Honor Society, Key Club. Interests: philately, bowling, fishing, hunting. Employed by a transportation company. ROSE M. KOWAR Business Secretarial Work Tomorrow ree: done what wa: today begun. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: swimming, baseball. LORRAINE H. KOZLOWSKI Business Patience ir a virtue. Representative, The Beebivef Volley Ball Team: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, basketball, bowling, table tennis. Q, - v' I Qf2W,j',Q,-.yfcf-bla-' ,' X rr'- MICHAEL KOZLOWSKI Technical Automobile Mechanics Smn it our helmet: wit it hut the plume. nterest: football. ARTHUR A. KRAUSE College Preparatory Forestry Univ. of Conn. The reward of a thing well done is to have done it. Stamp Club: Athletic Associa- tion: Cafeteria Helper. Interests: sports, collecting stamps. JOSEPH M. KRAWIEC Technical Tool and Die Making 'Tir hard for an empty bag to Jtand upright. Interests: photography. Employed as a crib worker in a factory. ROBERT F. KROLI. Business Coaching Boston University What one day give: ur, another taker away from ur. Treasurer, junior Class. Football, Basketball and Base- ball Teams. Interests: ice skating, fishing, swimming, hunting. Employed in a factory. JOSEPH C. KROPF College Preparatory Forestry Univ. of Conn. Ein gitter Gewinen ixt ein mnfte: Rubekinen. Foreign Affairs Club: Cross Country Teamg Audio-Visual Aid Operator. Interests: hunting, fishing, hiking, camping. Employed as stock clerk and stock arranger. LILLIAN V. KRUPP Business Office Work Not many tbingx, but much. Bowling Team, Soft Ball Team: Swimming Teamg Girls' League. Interests: dancing, swimming, bicycling, music. Works as a clerk. ALBERT P. KRYSZTOPIK Academic Study of Divinity If God ir forqur, who :ball be against us. Centennial Pageant. Treasurer, Amphion Club: Re- presentative, Student-Faculty Council, Cafeteria Worker. Interests: dramatics, playing the piano. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. CAROL A. KULAK College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Tbii above all: to tbine own :elf be true. Centennial Pageant. Representative, Girls' League, Junior College Clubg Musical Club, Foreign Affairs Club: Athletic Association. Interests: dress designing, drawing. DONALD J. KULAK Academic Work today and let tomorrow tube care of itself. PHYLLIS D. KUMETIS Business Stenography Better a :tmnger made friend, tban a friend made rtranger. Musical Club: Senior Choir, A Cappella Chorus, Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: sports, playing pi- ano. Does office work for a publish- er's agent. JOSEPH T. KUNDA Academic Honor above all. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciationg Football Team: Stamp Club. Interests: acrobatics, collecting stamps. LEONARD A. KUPSTAS College Preparatory Priesthood Maryknoll Justice if not blind, .tbe it just blindfolded. Athletic Association. Interests: collecting picture postcards, literature, sports, dramatics. HELEN M. KURASINSKI College-Academic Teaching Teachers College of Conn. It it a clever thing to lenow how to hide one'.r clevernerr. Vice President, Twirlers Club. Twirleretres, Maiorettes, 'Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, sports. Employed as a fountain girl at a golf club. LOUIS J. KURZYN Academic Carpentry All art, all education, can be merely a rupplement to nature Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council. Interests: drawing, golfing. PAUL J. LABIENIEC Academic Denistry Tufts College He ir not laughed at that laugh: at himself int. Football Team, Track Team, Athletic Association. Interests: skating, hunting. JULIETTE T. LaMAR College Preparatory Nursing Grace Hosp., New Haven Virtue may be gay, yet with dignity. Girls' League, Girls Sports Clubg. Interests: knitting, swimming, dancing. Employed in a bakery. RUTH J. LANGDON Business Secretarial Work If a task ir once begun, never leave it, till it'r done, be the labor great or small, do it well or not at all. Centennial Pageant. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation, Twirlerettes. Interests: swimming, skating, bowling. JOHN E. LARSON Academic Dairying Endurance ir patience concentrated. Athletic Association. Interests: sports. Employed at a parking lot. RUTH V. LARSON Business Secretarial Work You will never ogend a per- ron by returning a smile. Alternate Representative, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club, Softball Team. Interests: swimming, music, bicycle riding. MARIE A. LASKAZEWSKI College and Academic Innocence ir better than eloquence. Girls' League, Candy Sales Girl, Junior Class Play. Interests: knitting, reading. Employed as cashier in a theater. JOSEPH S. LAZZARO General Business To enhance good deeds hy hir words. Interests: fishing, baseball. Employed in a hat shop BARBARA A. LEBRUN Academic Ofhce Work It'.r never too late to learn. Representative, Press Club: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: collecting snapshots, collecting dolls. CLAUDE R. LECLERC Academic U. S. Army Hold the fort! I am coming. Representative, The Beehive. Interests: swimming, dancing. Employed in a grocery store. EV QP PETER LEMPICKI Academic Travel Life is a privilege: don't make it a hardship. Athletic Associatiow Interest: fishin n 61 wa' QMS- gale FLORENCE LENKIEWICZ Business Nursing Silence is the mother of truth. Bowling Team: Girls' League. Interests: swimming, bowling, dating. NATALIE LEVANDOWSKI College-Academic Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Don't put of until tomorrow what you can do today. Junior College Club: Press Club: Twirlerettesg Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League. Interests: listening to classi- cal music. Employed as a clerk after school. RICHARD A. LICKWAR College Preparatory Phy. Ed. Teaching Duquesne Univ. An abundance of words . . . Chairman, Problems of Dem- ocracy Class: Representative, Athletic Association: Musical Club: Senior Choir: Baseball Team: Basketball Team: Ath- letic Association: Flag Bearer. Interests: sports, music, par- ties. RONALD A. LITSKY Academic Architecture With the greatert of eare, Football Team: Track Team. Interests: model building, sports. JAMES J. LOMBARDO Beneral Julius Hart School of Music It'.t always better to know more than what you already , know. dusical Club. nterests: playing with dance wands. JEROME LONDON Academic U. S. Army Succetr follow: hardships. Foreign Affairs Club, Civic Forum. Interests: dancing, bowling, baseball. Works as a clerk in a dru store. EDWARD W. LUBIN Academic Drafting Hillyer College He it well paid that it satisfied. Student-Faculty Council, Foot- ball Team. Interests: bowling, dancing, swimming. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. My it M ijt Win. df 5 -H' ANNE J. LUDKO College-Academic Police Work Univ. of Conn. Mix businerr with pleasure. Junior College Club: Twirler- ettesg Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: classical music. LOIS J. LUGLI Business Secretarial Work Small in stature, hut not in heart. Vice President, Athletic As- sociationg Representative, Girls' League: Co-Captain, Cheerleaders. Library Page, Nurse's Aide. Interest: dancing. VICTOR J. LUGLI Technical Railroad Work Nature Jeernt to wear one unwerral grin. Interests: hunting, fishing. DONALD J. LUKE College Preparatory Fortune corner tumbling into some men'.t laps. Football Teamg Track Team. Interests: sports, collecting rare coins. JOSEPH V. LUMA Technical Bachelorhood Merit is worthier than fame. Basketball Team. Interests: ice skating, tennis, photography. Employed as a stock clerk in a grocery store. RAYMOND E. LUMPKIN Academic Art Hampton Institute Every aft it an imitation of nature. Centennial Program. Football Team. Interests: basketball. MARGUERITE M. LYNCH College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Colnk' I live in pleafuy. ,b ' Senior Adviser, junior College Club, Foreign MKIISICIUZL Girls' Leaguef ' letic Ass ciation. L71 I X L Interest: iw skatingi-, . if 'r L. f ALLENA H. McADOO College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Let such teach, who themselves excel, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club: Softball, Basket- ball, Volleyballg Girls League, Athletic Association. Interests: all sports, reading. VIRGINIA A. MCCORMACK Business Secretarial Work When Irish eyes are smiling. Girls' Leagueg Girls Sports Club. Interests: dancing, skating. M. CHARLOTTE MCDEW Academic Nursing St. Agnes Home of Nursing He it neareJt God who know! how to he silent. Interests: basketball, baseball, bop sessions. ELIZABETH L. McGUINESS Business Secretarial Work Industry helpeth one to succeed. Twirlerettesg Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, knitting. Employed at an oil company. ROCK N. MCKINNON Academic Mechanics Goodwin Technical School So, u'hat'J wrong with Maine? Camera Club. Interests: dancing, billiards, hunting. RITA T. MCKNERNEY Academic Nursing St. Francis School of Nursing Sincerity and faithfulness' - the highest things. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation, Interests: dancing, movies, tennis. BARBARA A. McNAMARA Business Secretarial Work Unextinguirhahle laughter ir a defence. Photography Staff, The Bee- hive. Representative, Girls' League, Manager, Bowling Team, Ath- letic Association. Interests photography, bowl- ing, reading. Employed at photog phic We My wives W wtf CECILIA A. MACIAG College Preparatory Nursing St. Francis School of Nursing The nurre'.t tongue ir privileged to rpeah. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: ice skating, reading, bowling. BONNIE B. MacGIBBON Business Journalism Endicott junior College My vineyard which ir mine ir before me. Senior Class Play, Representa- tive, Girls' League, Junior College Club, Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Association. Interests: knitting, traveling, collecting pictures. ROBERT A. MAKOWSKI Academic Dentistry Truth ir stranger than fiction. Interests: all sports. Employed at a grocery store. DOLORES MALINOWSKI College Preparatory Medical Secretarial Work Each day ir a little lifetime. Attended Laurel Girls' State. Secretary, junior Class, Social Chairman, Girls' League, Na- tional Honor Society, Senior Adviser, Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Associa- tion. Library Page. Interests: tennis, ice skating, knitting. Employed as a clerk in a store. HENRY R. MALINOWSKI College Preparatory Medicine Wesleyan Seek honors and pleasure: follow. Columbia Year Book Confer- ence, Connecticut Scholastic Press Conference. Editor-in-Chief, The Beehive, Representative, Student Fac- ulty Council, Representative, Athletic Association, Photog- raphy Stall, The Beehive,' For- eign Aflairs Club, Young Men's College Club. Interests: sports, music. DONALD MALLER College Preparatory Professional Baseball Illinois Univ. A good :port maker life worth while. Interests: baseball, dancing. Employed as a shipping clerk in a grocery store. ANTHONY N. MALUCCIO College Preparatory Writing Career Perreverando vincer. Young Men's College Club, Foreign Affairs Club, Athletic Association. Interests: reading, swimming, collecting stamps. collecting records. ANTOINETTE MANDUKE Business Secretarial Work A plearant person is always a desired perron. Representative, The Beehive. Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. CONSTANCE N. MANGIAFICO College Preparatory Nursing Every joy ir gain, and gain it gain however rmall. Junior College Club: Musical Club: Foreign Affairs Club: Cheerleadersg Girls' Sports Club: Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: music, reading. FRANCIS A. MANNING ROBERT J. MARCHESI Academic Drafting Academic Let deedr correspond with IUUUS Herrr Music School words. Practice ir everything. Football Team. Musical Club. Interests: football, swimming. Interests: music, sports' EmP10Yed bl' the YOUHE MeI1'5 Employed as a stock clerk. Christian Association. 'ue"9w-i""2s JUNE D. MARGELOT Academic Office Work A happy heart ir better than wealth. Girls' League. Interests: swimming, watch- ing the football and basket- ball teams play. and accordion. LUCY C. MARINO Business Secretarial Work Kindness it not to he repented of. . Girls' League. ' Interests: da cin collecting records. I ' , . . U , JA IXX ,VK A, vial-X f' l . I od, yx 0 'xi LCROY R. MARTINEAU Academic Univ. of Conn A free man ir a right man Interest: popular music. Employed at a pharmacy. JANE E. MARTINEZ College Preparatory Nursing Hartford Hosp. A friend to truth, of soul sincere. Representative, Red and Gold Review: Junior College Club: Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' League. Interests: knitting, music. JOSEPH J. MARTINO Academic Pharmacy Univ. of Conn. In ourselves our fortune: lie. Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council. Interests: building model air- planes, baseball, football. Employed at a department SIOIC. JOAN C. MATHEWS Business Secretarial Work A: merry as the day ir long. Representative, Girls' League, Twirlerettesg Girls' Sports Club: Swimming Team, Ath- letic Association. Employed as ollice clerk in a factory. NANCY MAY Academic Women's Air Force Woman is ever a changsful thing. Cheerleadersg Girls' Sports Club: Basketball, Baseball, Girls' League. Interests: tap dancing, art, sports. ' VIOLET M. MERCIER Business Secretarial Work If thou wouldrt he happy, learn to please. Girls' League. Interests: sewing, dancing, music. Employed as a cashier at a department store. GEORGE P. MERRILL College Preparatory Teaching Honor ir not won, until .rome honorable deed he done. General Manager, Athletic Association: National Honor Society, Press Club. Interests: photography, music. N x SALVATORE MIANO College Preparatory Trinity College He who .strives may conquer. Young Men's College Club, Athletic Association. Interest: music. Employed at an ice cream bar. BENOIT G. MICHAUD Technical Automotive Mechanics What ir thine own, hold as thins own. Baseball Team: Basketball Team. Interests: hunting, football, baseball, basketball. Emplcyed at the New Britain Heral and the Telephone Company. ROBERT J. MICHEL Academic Teaching He runs far that never turns. Repreesnrative, Student-Faculty Councilg Manager, Football Team. Interests: golf, other sports. Employed as gas station at- tenclant. THERESA MIECZKOWSKI -College Preparatory Nursing St. Joseph's College Not hy age, hut truly hy capacity, is wisdom attained. Highest Ranking junior Girl. Purchasing Chairman, Girls' Leagueg National Honor So- ciety, Junior College Club: Athletic Association. Interests: playing the piano, reading. EDWARD MIKOLAJCZYK Academic Arnold College To lose the game without loss of faith is victory. Baseball Team, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interest: fishing. IRENE A. MIKALAK Business Secretarial Work Her ways are ways of pleasantness. Girls' League. Interests: dancing, roller ska- ting, bowling. Employed ar a restaurant. MARGARET W. MILLER Business Secretarial Work Her sweet spirit doth lighten our dull ways. Representative, Girls' League: Junior College Club, Girls' Sports Club: Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: music, bicycle rid- ing. Employed as office clerk at factory. IVA L. MODEEN College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Nothing great is achieved without enthusiasm. Senior Class Play: Secretary, Junior College Club. Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Library Page. . , . . . 5 . . Interests: swrmm , knitting, travel, colleqtin giimps. X g. I IO' lvl, .X Ffxzilf ft, V ,, ' ,f A ' I I V . -1 62 G. THOMAS MOLLEUR College Preparatory Mechanical Engineering Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius. Manager, Football Team of 19505 Athletic Association. Interests: all sports. CHARLOTTE L. MONKIEWICZ College Preparatory Law Washington Univ. A soft answer turneth away wrath. Secretary, Experimental Prob- lems of American Democ- racy. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, swimming, singing. JOHN E. MONKIEWICZ College-Academic Univ. of Conn. Don't give up when the going'.t tough. Iross Country Team. nterests: hunting, fishing, aseball. ROBERT A. MONTANA Technical Insurance Salesman Good company in a journey maker the way seem rhorter. Centennial Pageant. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation, Chairman, Experimen- tal Problems of American De- mocracy, Musical Club: Sen- ior Choir, A Cap a. Chorus. Interests: ' ' aving tra el folders. R L pea J. RAYMOND MORANT College Preparatory Foreign Commerce Field Amherst College By different methods, different men excel, hut there is he who can do all thing: well. Representative, Student-Faculty Council, Representative, The Beehive. Golf Team. " Interests: hunting, reading, playing golf. BARBARA E. MORRIS Academic Blithe and honnie, and good and gay. Representative, Girls' League, Musical Club, Twirlerettes, Cheerleaders, Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: ice skating, swim- ming, dancing. Employed as a clerk in a store. SAM F. MOTTO Technical Carpentry Sam Motto it my motto. Interests: baseball, basketball, football. Employed as a part time car- penter. 1.-ftp v., ' JOSEPH MUCCIARO Academic Teaching Teachers College of Conn. He maker no friend who never made a foe. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Track Team, Cross Country Team. Interests: basketball, track, baseball. + . ALBERT F. MULLER Academic lllustrating Have a :mile and live a while. Art Staff, The Beehive. Interests: swimming, basket- ball, art. Employed at a egilocery store. MARILYN L. MUNSON College Preparatory History Teaching I am not bound to win, but I am hound to be true. I am not hound to rucceed, but I am hound to live up to the light I have. Senior Class Play, Secretary, Student-Faculty Council: So- cial Chairman, Girls' Sports Club, Representative, Girls' League, Manager, Archery Team, Literary Staff, The Bae- hivef Foreign Aiiairs Club: Athletic Association. Interests: writing, polo, the Boston Red Sox. LOIS M. MURPHY Academic Dramarics In faith, lady, you have a merry heart. Senior Class Playg Junior Class Playg Amphion Club Plays, Representative, The Beehiveg Representative, Red and Gold Reuiewf Musical Club, Am- phion Club, Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Library Page. Interests: singing, dramatics. RAYMOND W. MURPHY Academic Business Experience teacher :lowly and at the cort of mistakes. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Interests: baseball, basketball, swimming. ROBERT E. MURRAY Academic Accounting Each cririr bring: it: word and deed. Athletic Association. Interests: baseball, golf, bas- kerball. AGNES NASTOS Academic Nursing There is none like her, none. junior College Clubg Musical Club, Girls' League. Interests: piano, baseball. MADELENE A. NEALON Academic Nursing N. B. General Hospital Through obedience, learn to command. Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: swimming, dancing, Boston Red Sox. THOMAS C. NED-IOIKA MARY ELLEN A. NEDWELL EUGENE A. NERI Academic I . Academic Academic Business Moody S Secretarial School Moderation is bert. The prize is not without effort. The Peffeflf wnquef' Athletic Association. Representative,Student-Faculty Track Team- t U Interests: dancing, listening Council- Interests: meChHIl1CS, HIIPIHHCS, to Frankie Laine. Athletic Association. 1 swimming. Interest: sailing. THERESE A. NESTA ollege Preparatory Teaching Teachers Colege of Conn. A low voice, an excellent thing in woman. irls' League: Athletic Asso- ration. ibrary Page. nterests: dancing, foreign nguages. 'nployed as an office worker. ROBERT R. NETUPSKI Academic Commercial Art Art it man'r nature, nature it God'.r art. Gold Key Award for Art, Award for Social Security Pos- ter, Representative, Yearbook Conference in New York: Art Staff, The Beehive. Cross Country Team. Interests: hunting, fishing, art, raising animals. .-HlJ"f ELAINE G. NYQUIST ollege Preparatory Teaching here it a certain wonderful .rweetnerr and delight in knowledge. resident, junior College Club. areign Affairs Club: Girls' ports Club: Basketball Team, ing Pong Team: Girls' :agueg Athletic Association. ltetests: swimming, sailing, nnis. mployed in a clothing store. DEANE OLSON College Preparatory Y. M. C. A. Secretarial Work North Park College Labor: accomplished are pleatant. President, Student-Faculty Council. Key Clubg Foreign Affairs Club, Tennis: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: basketball, baseball, swimming. Employed at Young Men's Christian Association. 65 DORIS H. NIEMIEC Business Stenography Word: are the only thing: that lart forever. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: roller skating, bowl- ing, ice skating, dancing, bas- ketball, football games. Works in her father's store. WILLIAM B. NIPERT College Preparatory Supersonic Test Piloting A good man happy is a common good. Camera Club: Ski Club, Cross Country, Athletic Association. Interests: swimming, hunting, fishing, photography, fly tying. Employed at a manufacturing corporation. RICHARD C. OLSON Academic U. S. Navy Seek, tailor, the safe herhourr. Interests: baseball, basketball, football. VIVIAN E. OLSON Academic Hairdressing Muric'.r not immortal, hut the world has made it sweet. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, collecting jazz records. Does office work at a cleaning establishment. if ANN l. ONDRICK Academic Secretarial Work First deserve and then desire. Representative, Red and Gold Reviewf Representative, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club: Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, listening to Mr. B. Employed at a bakery. AUDREY J. OPULSKI Academic Medicine Univ. of Conn. Who has enough, of no more has he need. Representative, Girls' Sports Club. junior College Clubg Foreign Affairs Club: Baseball Team, Basketball Team: Volleyball Team. PATRICIA A. ORSIE Business Cheerfulness is an excellent wearing quality. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: collecting antiques, bowling. X RICHARD ORZECHOWSKI Technical Professional Basketball He conquers, who endures. Basketball Team. Interests: football, baseball, basketball. JOSEPH T. OSTROSKI College Preparatory Medicine Yale Univ. Speech is the index of the mind. Business Staff, The Beehive. Treasurer, Key Club: Student Leader, Musical Club: Choir, A Cappella Chorus, Men's Chorus. Orchestra, Band. Interests: sports, music. DOLORES A. PALADINO Academic Reception Service Amiability shines by its own light. Oflice Messenger. Musical Clubg Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: collecting records, dancing. DOMINICK P. PALMISANO General Carpentry Architecture is frozen music. Interest: classical music. MARIE A. PANDOLFI Business Armed Service If you lone life, don't squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of. Senior Adviser: Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: reading, watching wrestling matches. Employed as a baby sitter. IOANNE B. PARCIAK siness Secretarial Work Moody's Secretarial School e quicker you don't do it, 'the sooner it': too late. rls' Leagueg Sports Club. erests: dancing, reading, lmming. ,f BARBARA A. PARIS Academic Medical Secretarial Work He that does what he can, does what he ought. President, N. B. Chapter, Jun- ior Red Cross, Wellesley Lead- ership Training Courseg Ush- ered at "Follies of 50", At- tended Yankee Stadium with Twirlerettes in 1949. Club. Library Page. 4. C2 Interests: da ix 1 X O ' ,J ' , ' .Z .7 l f A 1 MARIE PARISI Business Secretarial Work We know what we are, but know not what we may be. Senior Adviser, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, bowling, playing the piano. Employed in a furniture com- pany. Cheerleader, Foreign Affairw,jxcX fox ' 1 .Xin + . -'M ,-:N . A sfiilis' ' x GEORGE E. PARKER College Preparatory Medicine U. S. Coast Guard Academy 'Tis good will make: intelligence. Representative, Student-Faculty Council, Musical Club, Athle- tic Association. Interests: sports, swimming, golf, baseball. Works at a. dairy. I 7 1 RAYMOND T. PARSONS cademic Silverware designing Better to have one loving iend than ten admiring foes. terests: ping-pong, basket- lll, and handball. GENEVIEVE B. PARULSKI Business Secretarial Work Gay, but with dignity. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: bicycle riding, bowl- ing, swimming, skating. WAYNE PATTERSON College-Academic U. S. Marine Corps. Prepared against all things. Centennial Pageant. Interests: hunting, fishing. Employed at a wholesale candy store. 67 FRANK A. PAUL College Preparatory Dentistry Tufts College Silence hath its own eloquence. President, Junior Classg Presi- dent, Athletic Associationg Representative, Student-Faculty Council, Representative, Ath- letic Association. Varsity Basketball Teamg Base- ball Team. Interests: sports and photog- raphy. FREDERICK R. PAULOZ College Preparatory Pharmacy Fortune doe: not happeng it must he made. Athletic Association: Basket- ball Teamg Cross Country Team: Football Team. Interests: sports and reading. GERALDINE A. PENTORE Academic Nursing Hartford Hospital A rmile goes a mile. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: swimming, ice skat- ing. JEAN A. PEPLAW College Preparatory Nursing She can he imitated hy none, and paralleled hy herrelf only. Centennial Celebration. Representative, Red and Gold Review: Representative, Girls' Leagreg Girls' Sports Club: Junior College Club. Library Page. Interests: piano, knitting, dan- cing. FRANK P. PERNICIARO Academic Professional Drumming Julius Hartt School of Music Where there? music, there'.f life. Musical Club. Interest: woodworking. 35,-'Eval qfw. ffjwf' ANGELINA M. PERROTTA General Ofhce Work Honeny gi-ues wing: to strength. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: music, listening to records. CHESTER R. PERZAN Academic Mechanics If you mutt do il, do it now. Football Team: Musical Club: Band. Motion picture projector op- erator. Interests: music, hunting, and mechanics. Employed at an automobile sales company. OLGA PESESKY Academic Nursing N. B. General Hospital It matter: not how long we live, but how. Sales girl, Junior Class Play. Interest: dancing. Employed in a market. DONALD R. PETERS Academic Teaching They are rich, who have friendr. Interests: swimming, sports. Employed at an ice cream bar. HARVEY E. PETERSON l"echnical Electrical Contracting Better late than never. nterests: boating and swim- ning. Employed at an electric com- many. LEONARD C. PETERSON College Preparatory Medicine Dartmouth God heals, and the physician hath the thanks. Manager, Tennis Team, Rep- resentative, Athletic Associa- tion. Key Clubg Young Men's Col- lege Club, Amphion Club. Interests: music and sports. MARILYN A. PETERSON Business Teachers College of Conn. At the garne's end we shall see who gains. Class Marshall, 19495 Student Council Representative. Junior College Clubg Girls' Sports Club, Bowling Club, Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: ice skating, tennis, music, collecting glass dogs. Employed in a theater. RONALD A. PETERSON College Preparatory Chemical Engineering Univ. of Conn. To be good enough, you must he too good. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Musical Club: Senior Choir, A Cappella, Men's Chorus, Athletic Association. Interests: music, sports. Plays with polka bands. STUART R. PETERSON 'echnical Automobile Mechanics ight is the task when many share the toil. mterest: ice skating. mployed as a part-time me- hanic in a garage. JAMES J. PETRUZELLA Academic College Great in the Council, glorious in the held. Treasurer, Athletic Associa- tion. Basketball Team, Baseball Team. Interests: all sports, dancing. Employed as drill operator at a manufacturing company. PATRICIA F. PFLUGBEIL Business Stenography Live and learn. Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League. Interest: popular music. AUGUSTA R. PIENKOWSKI Business Modeling Conovers School for Models Alas for those that never sing. Musical Club: Starlettes, Sen- ior Choir, Women's Chorus, A Cappella Chorus: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: swimming, singing. JOSEPH A. PIERA College-Academic Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Don't say anything if you haven't anything to say. "Follies of 50", Christmas and Spring Concerts, 1949 and 1950: Manage., Band. Musical Club, Senior Choir, A Cappella Chorus, Octette, Men's Chorus. Interests: sports, music. Employed at Young Men's Christian Association. JOHN N. PIERGROSSI College Preparatory Pharmacy Univ. of Conn. We enter to learn,' we depart to serve. Representative, Red and Gold Review. Athletic Association. Interests: roller skating, bowl- ing, sports. Employed as soda dispenser and stock boy in a drug store. DOLORES 1. PINGCERVER College-Academic We tire of those pleasures we take, hut never of those we give. Girls' Sports Club: Softball Team: Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: sports, dancing. RONALD F. PIORKOWSKI College Preparatory Chemical Engineering Northwestern Univ. Knowledge and wisdom are worth striving for Representative, iati oung Ma Interests: all sports Employed as clerk in a gro- cery stor . IRENE M. PIQUETTE Academic. Irene of the quiet smile. Centennial Pageant. Girls' League. Interests: sewing, dancing, basketball, baseball. 'I Employed as alrllyglfger. 5,15 fizlyi' DOLORES A. PODHAJSKI College Preparatory Teaching Perserverance pays good dividends. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Senior Adviser: Junior College Club: Girls' League. Interests: singing, playing the accordion. Works at Hawley Memorial Library. GEORGIA M. POLAND Business Secretarial Work Teachers College of Conn. Life has value only when it has something as its object. Representative, Girls' Sports Club. Bowling Team, Softball Team: Girls' League: Musical Club: Starlettes, Women's Chorus, A Cappella Chorus, Senior Choir: Athletic Association. Interests: music, reading, bow- ling. JOSEPHINE A. PONS Academic Nursing N. B. General Hospital People too sharp out their own fingers. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, bowling. Employed in a bakery. RUTH B. POWELL Academic Home Economics Teaching Univ. of Conn. I am not merry, but I do heguile the thing I am hy reeming olherufire. Representative, The Beehive: Representative, Girls' League. Senior Adviser, Musical Club: Senior Choir, Starlettes, Wo- men's Chorus, A Cappella Chorus, Athlqic Association. Interests: music, dancing. A I WILLIAM M. PRANGER Academic Skilled Trade Who act! today doe: not dread tomorrow. Interests: swimming, fishing. Employed as a carpenter. vw f NA P AWKA College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. While we live, let ur make the mort of life. Musical Club: Women's Chor- us, A Cappella Chorusg Girls' Sports Club, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interest: dancing. ZIGMUND PRZYTULSKI Academic-General Education ir a dehl due from present to future gerieratiom. Interests: all sports. Employed as a st s .Z FRANCIS W. PUCINSKI Technical Automobile Mechanics Nu man is his craft'.r matter the hm day. Interests: outdoor sports. THERESA B. PUTALA Academic Nursing N. B. General Hospital All lhingr are easy that are done willingly. Girls' League, Athletic Asso- ciation. Olice Worker. Interests: playing piano, col- lecting stamps, knitting. Employed as clerk in a gro- cery store. CARMELINA QUERCIOLI Business Secretarial Work Quarrel and strife make a .rhorl life. Girls' League. Interests: sewing, classical music. DONALD F. QUINN, JR. College-Academic Certified Public Accounting Univ. of Conn. One who driver tlowly. drive: rafely. Interests: mechanics, chemis- try, ice skating. Employed as cashier in a gro- cery store. JOHN R. RACZEK College Preparatory Boston Conservatory of music Il'J my own invention. Toured with Artie Shaw's Or- chestra durrng vacation. Musical Club: Men's Chorus, Orchestra, Band. Interests: musical instruments: clarinet, violin, saxophone. STANLEY E. RACZKA Academic Drafting Not yearr, hut action: tell. Interests: billiards, basketball, baseball. QN JOAN L. RACZKOWSKI Academic Ofiice Work Peace ir the prize of all her toil and care. Representative, Student-Faculty Council: Alternate Represen- tative, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club. Oliice Helper. Interests: horseback riding, baseball, basketball, bowling. LEON N. RACZKOWSKI Academic Professional Baseball The good you do, do not defer. Baseball Team. Interests: hunting, fishing. DORIS F. RADWANSKI Business Business Field They conquer who helieve they can. Girls' League. Interests: swimming, dancing. Employed as a sales clerk. ROBERT E. RADZIEWICZ Academic Carpentry Experience ir the bert teacher. Interests: baseball, basketball, hunting, fishing. JOHN C. RAPPONOTTI Academic Every inch a man. Interests: basketball, hunting, Fishing. Employed as a clerk in a jewelry store. ROBERT P. RAWLINITIS Academic Care if an enemy to life. Football Team. Interest: fishing. MILDRED K. REGALIS Iollege Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Every day is too long to one who is in 4 hurry. ioloist, "Follies of 50", Girls' .eague Assemblyg Vice-Presi- lent, Amphion Club. senior Adviserg junior College Ilubg Foreign Allairs Clubg 'ress Clubg Girls' League. .ibrary Page. nterests: piano, singing, dan- ing, swimming. RAYMOND L. REVOIR VINCENT T. RIBES GEORGE E. RICHARDSON Academic Business Academic . I Technical Press Operating Learning without thought is C0n'3f'55l0U 0WUef5hlP Good will is everlasting. labor lost. Victory helongs to the most Interest: Woodworking. Football Team, Basketball Pe'-'e"e""g' Team. Football Team. Interests: all sports. JOHN A. RINGROSE Iollege Preparatory lndependent Shop Ownership Univ. of Conn. Vise to resolve, and patient to perform. iterest: woodworking. GERALDINE RITCHEY College Preparatory Nursing All that we see or seem is hut a dream within a dream. Representative, Girls' League. Girls' Sports Club. Interests: stamp collecting, roller skating, archery, dan- cing. Employed as a clerk in a book shop. RlC'HARDjlM4'If1'6'AL Colle e Pifepatatar cience GBQUXK' Dart Y llege 5' For science is ilee virtue, its own exceeding great reward. Musical Club. Interests: football, printing. CATHERINE L. ROCHETTE Business Stenogtaphy The thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts. Representative, Girls' Leagueg Representative, Student-Faculty Councilg Representative, The Beehive. Interests: reading, collecting words to popular songs. Employed at the draft board. DOROTHY A. RODEN Business Secretarial Work Life is a long letton in humility. Girls' League. Library Page. Interest: bowling. DOLORES H. RONCZKA Business Clerical Work There ir no plearure without a tincture of bitternesr. Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation: Twirlersg Usherette. Library Page. Interest: bowling. MARIALYCE ROSE Business Medical Secretarial Work Hillyer College It ir easier to racrifice great than little things. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association: Usheretre. A Library Page. Interest: bowling. JACQUELYN M. Rosm Academic Nursing Life it fortified hy many friendthipt. Representative, Girls' Sports Clubg Representative, Girls' League. Twirlersg Athletic Association. Library Page. Interest: dancing. Employed as a clerk. GEORGE C. ROSYS Academic Holy Cross College Be yourxelf and all will know you. Interests: all sports. Employed in a factory. RITA L. ROTH Technical Hairdressing Only deeds give Jtrength to lifeg moderation giver it life. Interests: fishing, going to the movies. ROCHELLE RUBINOW Academic Business He that if thy friend indeed, he will help thee in thy need. Girls' League, Twirlerettes. Interests: music, dancing, po- etry. DONALD R. RULLI Academic Teachers College of Conn. Adopt the pace of natureg her .recret it patience. Football 'Ileamg Track Team. Interests: hunting, fishing. KENNETH RUND Tech nical Professional Basketball The deed proves the man. Secretary, Problems Class. Interests: basketball, listening to music. EDWARD S. SADOWSKI College Preparatory Teaching To make the world a better place in which to live. President, Amphion Club: President, Stamp Clubg Vice President, Foreign Affairs Club. Young Men's College Club: Athletic Association. Interests: stamp collecting, swimming. Employed as a bookkeeper in a grocery store. A ROSE MARIE H. ST. JOHN Business Teachers College of Conn. Nature speaks in symbols and in signs. Representative, Girls' League. Interests: hiking, reading. ROGER J. ST. ONGE College Preparatory Musical Career Hillyer College Music, when soft voices die, vibrates in the memory. All State Chorus. Musical Club: Octette, Senior Choir, Men's Chorus, A Cap- pella Chorus. Interests: swimming, basket- ball, baseball. Employed as clerk in a furni- ture store. NORMA SAIPAL College Preparatory Accounting Concordia Collegiate Institutes Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Junior College Club: Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' Sports Club: Swimming Team: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Office Messenger. Interests: swimming, bowling. Employed as a clerk in a mar- ket. CAMELA J. SALAFIA General The days that make us happy make us wise. Girls' Sports Club: Bowling Team: Girls' League. Interests: art, roller skating. GLORIA SANDELLI Academic Floral Designing Beautiful flowers are soon picked. Girls' League. Interests: knitting, badmin- ton. Employed at a greenhouse. RONALD F. SANEWSKY Academic Music Boston Univ. Hard work is the root of happiness. Musical Club: Band. Interests: playing the clarinet and saxophone. BETTE D. SARGIS Business Secretarial Work Amidst work and pleasure, she doth well. Publicity Manager, Girls' Sports Club. Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' League, Athletic Association. Helper in Athletic Association Ofhce. Interests: music, dancing, col- lecting records. Employed as typist at the Draft Board. LOIS A. SAUNDERS Academic Nursing joy's too exquisite to last, and yet more exquisite when past. Representative, Girls' Leagueg junior College Clubg Twirler- ettesg Athletic Association. Nurse's Aide. Interests: ice skating, dancing. I ,.,. JOAN A. SCAGLIOLA Academic Secretarial Work He that can have patience, can have what he will. Girls' League. Interests: knitting, roller ska- ting, dancing. Employed by a furniture con- cern. SUSAN S. SCALISE College Preparatory Teaching Success lies at lahor's gates. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Library Page. Interests: reading, swimming. SUZANNE SCALISE Business Stenography A sunny disposition is a gift of God. Representative, Girls' Leagueg Girls' Sports Club, Athletic Association. Olice Messenger. Interests: swimming, hiking. LUCILLE M. SCAPELLATI College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. It is the best of all trades to make songs and second best to sing them. Representative, Student-Faculty Councilg Representative, Red and Gold Reviewp Representa- tive, Girls' League. Junior College Club, Musical Club: Starlettes. Senior Choir, A Cappella Chorus, Women's Chorusg Foreign Affairs Club. Library Page. Interests: ice skating, reading. RONALI5 J. SCHMITT College Preparatory Journalism Time is of the essence. Sergeant-at-arms, Young Men's College Club, Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Key Clubg Bandg Pretzel Bendersg Athletic Association. Interest: sports. ' Employed as a theater usher. MARGERY V. SCHRAFFT College-Academic Journalism Teachers College of Conn. Look on the bright side of life,' it'.r much easier. Twirlerettesg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, roller skat- ing, music. Employed in a bakery. rv ' ' B RBARA ' HABEDEL F g e atory gem Wo 5 I r . O 0 ge' cannot wi er, nor rurmm Jtale her inhnite variety. All-State Chorus, Representa- ive, The Beehivep Representa- ive, Red and Gold Review. lunior College Club, Musical fllub: Senior Choir, Starlettes, Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' -eague, Athletic Association. .ibrary Page. nterests: singing, knitting. Employed as dentist's assist- int. Nursing Hosp. He climhr higher! who helpr others. Representative, Girls' League. Musical Club: Senior Choir. A Cappella, Starlettes, Wom- en's Chorus, Junior College Club, Athletic Association. Library Page. Employed at The New Britain Institute. I FRED D. SEAMON Academic Athletics Instructor Life ir a struggle, hue not a warfare. Football Team, Basketball Team, Track Team. Interests: dancing, sports. WILLIAM F. SEAMON Academic Art The true work of art is but a rhadou' of divine perfection. Senior Class Play, Football Team, Track Team, Pretzel Benders. Interests: hunting, fishing. HOWARD E. SELANDER General Travel Enjoy life In il: fullest. Manager, Football Team. nterests: swimming, traveling. Employed in a luncheonette. and A 3' BERNARD 1. SELEDYN Academic Police Dept. Work To ever uphold jurtice and peace. Cross Country Team. Interests: swimmtng, Qunting. LORRAINE SEMNOSKI College Preparatory Studying Music Gentlenerr of rpeech and of manners. New England Music Festival and All-State Music Festival, Recording Secretary, Musical Club, Senior Adviser, Musical Club. Senior Adviser, Musical Club: Soloist, Accompanist for Star- lettes and Octette, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: piano, dancing, art, singing. WALTER G. SHIMCHICK Academic Art Pratt Institute For art may err, but nature cannot mm. Representative, Red and Gold Review: Basketball Team. Interests: fishing, sports, swim- ming. Employed as a butcher. CHRISTINE L. SIDOTI Business Secretarial Work The .rmall courteries Jweeten life,' the greater, ennoble it. Girls' League. Interests: dancing, tennis, baseball. GERALDINE J. SINTAU College Preparatory Nursing Music, the glory of the world. Musical Club: Starlettes, Sen- ior Choir, A Cappella, Ox- embleg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interest: music. i"faQ W CHESTER SKORSKI HENRY A. SKORUPSKI Technical Carpentry Academic Army Air Force How Jtrong an influence A good follow and a good work: in well-placed words: WON- Interests: sports. T1'2Ck Team- Interests: stamp collecting, radio. RICHARD J. SKORUPSKI Academic Business Preparatory School Experience join'd with com- mon renre ir a providence to mortals. Football Teamg Basketball Team. Interests: traveling, boating, swimming. Employed in a factory. GEORGIANA C. THERESA B. SMULSKI ' SMORAGIENICZ Business Secretarial Work Business 03399 Work Lovely to look at, but better Not for school, but for life. to know. Girls' League. Girls' Leagueg Athletic-Asso- Interests: tennis, swimming, clauon' bowling. Interests: tennis, dancing, ska- Employed as a clerk in a mar- ting' ket. DONALD D. SOCCOLI Academic Independent Business Trinity College Earnertnerr if enthusiasm tempered by rearon. Representative, The Beehiweg Basketball Teamg Baseball Teamg Cross-Country Tearng Golf Team. CHARLES A. SPERAZZA echnical Plumbing Great thought: reduced to bmctice become great acts. nterest: music. Tlployed as a stockroom at- ndant. ANTHONY A. STANKELIS College Preparatory Engineering Univ. of Conn. The hand that follow: intellect can achieve. Interests: basketball, baseball, playing the trumpet. JOSEPH M. STANKIEWICZ Academic Army Fighting men are the city'.t fortress. Interest: sports. .! at QW r W QW eff PETER V. STANOCK Technical The pen proclaim: the man. Reporter, The Artisan. Interests: ice skating, hunting, tennis. Employed as a kitchen helper. .DWARD STASKELUNAS cademic Professional Baseball Univ. of Kentucky Hume the honorahle pride acquired hy merit. :ceived Basketball Trophies. motball Team: Basketball :amp Baseball Team: Track EBIT! . EUGENE E. STAUFF Academic Music Career Music my rampart, and my only one. Musical Club: Band. Interests: music, model air- planes. , ' 7 I , . EARL L. STEINMAN College Preparatory Yale University All the u10rla"r my oyster. Representative, Student-Facul- ty Councilg Representative Athletic Association. Young Men's College Club: Basketball Team, Baseball Team: Cross Country Team: Track Team. Interests: music, sports. Employed as a clerk. 79 DANIEL P. STEPECK College Preparatory Phys. Ed. Teaching Syracuse Univ. Care: beguiled by sport: as there. Key Club: Football Team: Track Team. Interests: sports. ALLEN J. STOHMAL Technical Carpentry Imagination is more than knowledge Basketball Teamg Baseball Team. ELEANOR J. STROHECKER Business Office Work A gentle voice, an honest way, that shame and pretense cannot sway. Senior Adviserg Alternate Rep- resentative, Girls' Leagueg For- eign Affairs Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: cooking, reading. Works at the East Street Branch Library. MAUREEN H. SUNBURY Academic Secretarial Work Friendship is a jewel in the diadem of life. Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League. Interest: sports. Employed as a baby sitter. VINCENT A. SUPINSKI Academic Teachers College of Conn. He is foolish who does more than he must. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. Track Teamg Cross Country Team. Interest: playing the accordion. ' .s...q N WJ 'LM si ' A fx ' of ' te' AW T.,--ff ROBERT W. SURKO College Preparatory Chemical Engineering Science when well digested is nothing but good sense and reason. Camera Club. Interests: swimming, basket- ball. RAYMOND SURPRENANT Business Accounting Teachers College of Connecticut A man who is his own friend will he a friend to all. Representative, Student-Facu1- ty Councilg Representative, Athletic Association. Interest: sports. Employed as a theater usher. CONRAD E. SWANSON Academic Drafting Speech is great, hut silence is greater. Representative, Red and Gold Review. Athletic Association. Interests: baseball, basketball. DONALD M. SWANSON College Preparatory Dartmouth College A good mind possesses a kingdom. Representative, The Beehive. Young Men's College Clubg Key Clubg Ski Club, Football Team. Interests: sports, dancing. EMILY T. SZYDLOWSKI cademic The Waves eady to laugh, love, and live. 'inner of V. F. W. Poppy ister Contest, 1949: Produc- vn Manager, Junior Class ay, Representative, Girls' ragueg Foreign Affairs Club: wirlerettes: Girls' Sports lub: Athletic Association. iterests: tennis, drawing, rimming. nployed in a department Jre. DONALD J. SZYMANOSKI Technical Restaurant Management Patience will achieve more than force. Interests: hunting, fishing. PHILIP L. TALARICO College Preparatory Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Industry is fortune's right hand, and frugality her left. Musical Club: Band, Orches- tra. Interests: football, baseball, reading. JOAN M. TARICANI Academic Decide not rashlyg the decision made can never be recalled. Twirlerettes: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, swimming. S KOBERT D. THOMPSON :ademic Radio Engineering 'ime flies faster, but yields more for the ambitious. tdio Club. terest: radio work. nployed as a store clerk. WILLIAM G. THOMPSON Technical Automobile Mechanics Self trust is the hrst secret of success. Interests: playing the piano and solovox in an orchestra. Employed as an auto body me- chanic, and as a pianist. ZOA S. TOFFOLON College Preparatory Mathematics Teaching Teachers College of Conn. What learning sits upon her brow. Make-up committee, Junior Class Play and 1950 Class Night: Three awards, Schol- astic Art Contest, Second Prize, Poppy Poster Contest: President, Foreign Affairs Club: Art Staff, The Beehive, Senior Adviser: Junior Col- lege Club: Press Club, Ski Club: Girls' XSports Clubg Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: drawing, dancing, swimming. GEORGE C. TOLIS College Preparatory Architecture Industry is a loadstone to draw all good things. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Young Men's College Club. Interests: swimming, basket- ball. VICTORIA TRUSKOWSKI Business Secretarial Work To rert it not to conquer. Representative, Girls' Spots Club. Senior Adviserg Girls' League. Ofiice Messenger. Interests: swimming, tennis, ice skating, dancing. --X,. .Q THELMA K. ULBRICH Business Secretarial Work Bay Path Secretarial School She'.v small and hright and oh, my! junior Class Play: Representa- tive, The Beehive: Representa- tive, Girls' League. Senior Adviser, junior College Club: Amphion Clubg Foreign Affairs Club: Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: tennis, knitting, swimming, basketball. Employed as an ofiice girl at Center Congregational Church. KENNETH G. ULIASZ College Preparatory Pharmacy A wire man if out of the reach of fortune. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Young Men's College Club: Musical Club: Key Club, Ath- letic Association. Interests: sports and music. Employed as a clerk in a gro- cery store. gi ' :si . L an-1-Q VM, WILLIAM A. UNGHIRE General Vocal Music A good beginning it hall the hattle. Follies of Fifty. All-State Musical Festival. Musical Club: Octette, Senior Choir, Men's Choir, A Cap- pella. Interests: singing and dancing. JUDITH A. URBANSKI Academic Elementary Teaching Teachers College of Conn. Life and love are all a dream. Representative, Girls' League, Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, reading. JOSEPHINE B. URSO Business Secretarial Work Who knows what the future holds? Girls' League. Interests: ice skating, movies, reading. RICHARD L. VALENTI Academic Drafting Trrfler make perfection and perfection lr no trifle. Interests: collecting stamps, baseball and basketball. CAROLE J. VALENTINE Academic Art Pardon, not yarath, is God'J ben attribute. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: painting and draw- ing. HUGO W. VALENTINE cademic Drafting onn. Institute of Engineering . . and learn the luxury of doing good. nterests: hunting and photog- ,phy. mployed as a clerk. MAURICE F. VALENTINE Academic Travel teacher loleration. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciation. Football Teamg Baseball Team. Interested in traveling. PAUL A. VASILE Technical Plumbing A Jong will outlive all :ermonr in the memory. Interested in music. ELEANOR L. VENBERG College Preparatory School-Library Work Springfield Library AJ you have rown, so alro :hall you reap. Representative, Student-Faeul- ty Councilg Senior Adviserg Girls' Sports Clubg Bowling Teamg Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Library Page. Interests: bowling and read- ing for relaxation. RAYMOND M. VENBERG cademic Printing Well done, roon done. .thletic Association. ' I 1 I CARL R. VENDITTO Academic Phys. Ed. Teacher Teachers College of Conn. He who act: from a tense of duly aelr from the highest love of which man if capable. Representative, Red and Gold Review. Football Teamg Track Teamg Athletic Association. Interested in photography. Employed as a clerk. ' s LEON J. VENESKI Technical Automobile Mechanics Courage ir the thing Interest: automobile Work. Employed in a factory as a buffer. I MAUREEN F. VENEZIANO College Preparatory Nursing Only a wire man it a friend. Girls' Leagueg Foreign Affairs Club. Interests: reading and ice ska- ting. ATHELEA R. VERRILLO College Preparatory Nursing Her wire, rare smile it filled with tertaintier. Junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Club: Girls' Sports Club: Girls' League: Athletic Association. Interests: knitting, reading, ping-pong. 1 ,f - I ff' K,-'fi r , J' 41' " .- J CHARLES H. WADE Academic Music Make mine muxic. President, Senior Class, Presi- dent, Musical Clubg Master of Ceremonies, "Follies of Fifty" and all other Musical Club events. Musical Club: Men's Chorus, Senior Choir, A Cappella, Band, Orchestra, Track Team. Interests: playing drums, put- ting on comedy acts for shows. DOLORES A. WALLACE Academic Music Today ir the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' League. Interests: music, collecting elephant figurines. t EDWARD J. WALSH Academic He who know: himself bert, esteem: himself least. Interests: all sports, playing the guitar and harmonica. Employed at a dairy. i WALTER M. WANYK Academic Univ. of Conn. Nature is alufay,r wire in every part. Manager, Football Team: Rep- resentative, Student - Faculty Council. Interests: hunting, fishing. MILDRED M. WARCHOL Business Ollice Work To lore a friend it the greatert of injurier. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interest: bowling. Employed in a theater. EDITH M. WATSON College Preparatory Nursing Know all and you will pardon all. Representative, Athletic Asso- ciationg Girls' League. Interests: music, good books. Employed as a laboratory as- sistant. AILEEN R. WEARNE Technical Dressmaking Style ir the dresr of thought. Interests: sewing, movies. DONALD R. WEIR Great deed: need great preparation. ecretary, Young Men's Col- :ge Clubg Representative, The laehive. Icy Club: Press Club: Ath- :tic Association. nterestsi golf, ice skating. WILLIAM L. WELCH Technical For variety of mere nothingr giver more plearure than uniformity of Jomething. Follies of "SO", Musical Club: Senior Choir, A Cappella Chorus, Octette, Men's Choir. Interest: swimming. Employed in ice cream shop. ROBERT H. WENZEL Academic Every change of place become: a delight. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Baseball Teamg Basketball Team, Track Team. Interests: dancing, tennis. DOROTHY J. WESCHE Business Secretarial Work All who joy would win mart rhare it -- happiness was born a twin. Ciirls' League, Athletic Asso- eration. Interests: skating, dancing, horseback riding. aaa 4,4 JOSEPH s. WESOLY General Accounting What care I what chance hetide? interests: golf, baseball, ten- JIS. GEORGE WESTMAN Academic Business Every with ir like a prayer with God. Alternate Representative, Stu- dent-Faculty Council. Interest: tropical fish. CHARLES B. WHITEHOUSE College Preparatory Electronic Engineering Seer all, know! all, and tell: all he knows. President, Radio Club. Interests: radio, photograpsy. CHARLES N. WILLIAMS College Preparatory Medicine Dartmouth College I grow old ever learning many thingr. Vice President, Key Clubg Representative, Student-Faculty Council. National Honor Society: Track Team. Interests: all sports. ELAINE M. WILLIAMS Business Writing The lrue ohjecl of life is to know what you want ana' then go after it. Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' League. Interests: writing. MARION F. WOLF Business Secretarial Work Success, fhe reward of honest effort. Representative, Girls' League. Senior Adviserg Athletic As- sociation. Interests: sewing knitting, dancing, music, sports. Employed as an ofhce clerk. JAMES M. WILLIAMSON Academic Drafting Be always merry as ever you can, for none delights a sorrowful man. Cross Country Team, Track Team. Interests: all sports. BARBARA R. WINTERS Academic Nursing He who tries to achieve, does achieve. Business Staii, The Beehivep Senior Adviser: Junior Col- lege Club: Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Interests: ice skating, dancing. yy. swf qZl3,??,,2l.e0f" MITCHELL T. WOLAK Academic Veterinary Medicine Be always in timeg too late is a crime. Track Team, Cross Country Team. Interested in mechanics, music. Employed in a veterinarian's hospital. I MARILYN WOLLMAN Business Clerking Change your pleasure, but never change your friends. Girls' League: Athletic Asso- ciation. Office Helper. Interests: ice skating. MILDRED E. WORRELL College Preparatory Teaching Music Julius Hartt Musical Found'n. God giveth ,speech to all, song do few. All-State Music Festival, All- State Competition, 1950, All Musical Club Concerts. Vice President, Musical Club: Leader, Starlettesg Senior Ad- viser, Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: piano playing, art, dancing, sailing. Employed as office clerk, soda dispenser, and accompanist. 86 ROBERT W. WRIGHT Technical Automotive Mechanics A "Wrighl" is never wrong. Interests: baseball, basketball, football, hunting. Employed at the telephone company. ROBERT J. WYNNE lcademic , Phys. Ed. Instruction Obedience ilxne gives the rigor to command. :amen Club: Athletic A550- iyion. Works in tl! cafeteria. nterests: basketball. Employed as an ofiice boy in factory. ROXIE G. YESSIAN College Preparatory Pharmacy Univ. of Conn. The virtue lies in the struggle.. President, Girls' Leagueg Vice President, Junior Class: Sec- retary, National Honor So- ciety. Senior Adviser: Centennial Pageant, Laurel Girls' State. junior College Club, Foreign Affairs Clubg Girls' Sports Clubg Athletic Association. Interests: piano, swimming, basketball, reading. Employed in a pharmacy. RACHEL A. YOHANAN Academic Modeling School for Models Laugh and the world laughs with you,' cry and you cry alone. Girls' League. Interests: dancing, tennis. DONALD R. YOUNG Academic U. S. Navy I must go down to the sea agam. Athletic Association. Interests: hunting, fishing, ice skating. WILLIAM J. YOURWITH kcademic Pharmacy Univ. of Conn. Because right is right, to I 'ollow right were wisdom rn the scorn of consequences. kthletic Association. nterests: hunting and fishing. Employed in a pharmacy. BERNICE J. ZADROWSKI Business Clerical Work A friend is, as it were, a second self. Representative, Student-Faculty Council. Foreign Affairs Club, Girls' League. Interests: sewing and knitting. JOSEPH H. ZADROWSKI College Preparatory Engineering Hillyer College Music is the universal language of mankind. All State Music Festival. Representative, The Beehive: Musical Club. Interests: hunting, fishing, dancing, sports. v I LOIS A. ZAKOWSKI Academic Banking My crown is called content. Girls' League. Interests: swimming, tennis, popular music. Employed as cashier in a thea- ICI. CATHERINE L. ZALESKI Business Secretarial Work That load becomes light which if cheerfully horn. Helper in Athletic Association Ofhce. Interests: basketball, knitting. If x' o sw A fx, .. FRANCIS L. ZELESKI Academic Air Force It is dijfcult to have ull men for your friends. Athletic Association. Interests: football, basketball, baseball. RUDOLPH F. ZAMBORI Academic Wonder ir the hurl: of worrhip. Baseball Team, Cross Country Team. Interests: sports, baseball. ga40 DONALD W. ZAROSKI College-Business Architecture Pratt College Let not the grurx grow on the path of friendship. Musical Club. Interests: basketball, dancing, swimming. Employed at a jewelry store. ' RONALD H. ZISK General An opportunity well taken ir the only weapon of advantage. Football Team. Interests: baseball, basketball. DONALD J. ZITA College Preparatory Univ. of Conn. In ourselves our fortune lier. Camera Club: Athletic Asso- clarion. Interests: photography, hiking, tennis. WANDA V. ZAVORSKI Business Private Secretarial Work Moody's Secretarial School Five foot two, eyer of blue. Girls' Sports Club: Girls' Leagueg Athletic Association. Interests: dancing, basketball, collecting picture postcards. Volunteer worker at the Draft Board. FRANCES J. ZOTTER Business Secretarial Work A good heart is better than all the head: in the world. Girls' League. Interest: reading. MARION E. ZOTTER cademic N. E. Baptist Hospital 'e who cheer: others, will be cheered by others. epresentative, Girls' League. thletic Association. lterest: swimming. nployed as a salesgirl in a illinery shop. GEORGE A. ZURLES College Preparatory Mechanical Engineering Nature never did betray the heart that loved her.. Laboratory Assistant. Camera Club. Interests: hunting, fishing. Employed as apprentice to a tool maker. JOHN BERNARD DONLAN College Preparatory Medicine "You can stand :till in a flow- ing rtreanz, but not in a world of mankind." Track Team, Athletic Associa- tion. Interests: trumpet, basketball, popular music. In service in the United States Air Force, Medical Corps, japan. H ' The Faculty Ayield john Donlan if the only member of the Clair of 1951 in active military service but by October, two of the faculty had left for active duty. MR. JAMES BEACH Mr. james Beach, a popular member of the sci- ence faculty, left early in the fall for military service. A veteran of World War II, and Naval Reserve Officer, he was assigned to duty on The Naval Hos- pital Staff at St. Albans, Long Island. He is now stationed with the Field Medical Service School, Second Marine Division at Camp Lejuene, N. C. His next assignment may be field duty in the East, but his many friends here are hoping that he will be back at school next year. MR. WALTER PLOCHARCZYK It's a far cry from teaching high school English classes to instructing officers of the Rock Troops in Korea, but that's the assignment being fulfilled by Mr. Walter Plocharczyk, a member of the Korean Military Advisory Group. At the moment there is no likelihood of his im- mediate return to the United States, but the hopes and prayers of his many friends are with him until he comes home. Q ssl iilixfr... 4 A 1 ' 1 L ' " ' 'Y' wc- ,Sym .Qs , 4 ,fsw,f,N. ff gm 4 Yswrsraefia-,fa ' ' ! Ww2g -rai- 80' A-T ' QW . Ld i A 1 8 cnnssn X HQ I X Q41 ..-.57-'2, Yung -W k 1- ' I gi g Hee , 'uf , Emi W X Xxx ? 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THE GIRLS LEAGUE to which all girls are eligible. They sponsor teas, dances, and other social affairs as well as assembly programs and com- munity service projects. OFFICERS First Row: Beverly Ahern, publicity director, Carolyn Schmidt, welfare chairman, Nancy Olson, secretaryg Roxie Yessian, president, Theresa Mieczkowski, purchasing directorg Miss Reynolds, adviser. Second Row: Dolores Malinowski, social director, Geraldine Chudzik, vice-president, Betty Ann Hoffman, treasurer. THE RED AND GOLD VIEXV Staff who produce school paper, which has 'ed since IQB8 as the chief fs medium. t Row: Earl French, Mary Vil- , Ronald DeConri, Patricia ene, Donald Weir. Second Row: l.evine, Claudia Garofano, rrge Merrill, joseph Elder, Henry 'tinelli, Miss Coates. THE BEEHIVE REPRESENTATIVES appointed by the senior section rooms to expedite the production of this yearbook by publicizing it, by obtaining subscriptions thereto, and finally, to distributing the completed copies. Rirsr Row: Maureen Fagan, Beverly Ahern, Catherine Rochette, Ruth Powell. Second Row: l,ois Murphy, Doris Konowslci, Barbara Schroedel, Carol Dc-Mont, Lorraine Koz- lowski. Third Row: Mason Andrews, Eric Almquist, Donald Weir, Ronald DeConti. Absent: Charles Gooding, Richard johnson, Claude Leclerc, Antoinette Manduke, Ray- mond Morant, Donald Soccoli, Dolores Check, Kay Ulbrich, Donald Swanson, joseph Zadrowski, David Ferguson. af, .YQ -:wmv , W..-v, if -gs ,L ' aw K li 3' . 5 'Q 5 --""'... 5 37 1' " ' . F' 6 , 3 'ilflfi 13 . ' f ,,,d' SX I,g - E 1 5 333' , ff ,. Y k W.. ., .W Vi K A 4, if F4 X' Q- Y gf sr ,. . 13 w mm f 'gf Q, iw' i1Wf'..',.'A?5 .W 4,-f . Q .on ,. ' 1 , .. .HU .,,..,.w, . . f, .. , ,. L., .LL I 1. .K . . . I f ..,- , W' ink ff f ! ., Q 3, 1 . 2.2 XV 1- . ig ifg U Vi ui. af' .4 1 x 2 K :i . . . Q ff' W ,W ,. ., -' WH --dial--1 ' f' , 1' rf L,'- , g : . . 3 4 i w ? 5 X? if I k,., .lil K ki: V. . A W I I W ,, , if F A 16 , fm vis f'a'gfQ2a: a 1 "1 Q. Q E35 1 'WW .Nf Q, 1 yah X s 'SE' 365' E16 Sap . 5469 G M qu It The two college clubs were organized to assist the members with their plans for advanced education To effect this they study the requirements and opportunities of other schools they visit near by colleges and they receive advice from guest speakers JUNIOR COLLEGE CLUB First Row: Miss King, G. DelMastro, A. Verrillo, N. Sai pal, M. Munson, R. Berzanskis, Social Chairman, C. Schmidt, Vice President, E. Nyquist, President, I. Modeen, Secretary, V. Coggins, Treasurer, L. Scapellati, R. Chaney, R. Yessian, M. Conochalla. Second Row: F. Zitzkat, S Marshall, D. Malinowski, G. O'Brien, P. Lynch, E. Busker S. Fighrlin, G. Garro, E. Ghezzi, M. Katz, M. Yessian, A Opulski, J. Protass, L. Torino. Third Row: B. Schroedel G. Chudzik, T. Mieczkowski, J. Martinez, C. Cunningham, E. Fumiatti, M. Vilardi, G. Lennon, M. O'Brien, L. Aiudi J. Culton, J. Manning, L. Freedell, P. Albrecht, P. Greene? Fourth Row: J. Ruppel, M. Miller, S. Cohen, Z. Toffolon, F. Lazzenini, J. Murphy, B. McNamara, A. Duke, S. Auidet, J. Korza, A. Lewonczyk, C. Garofano, J. Gustavson, M. Carenza, M. Beebe, B. Drezek, B. Carlson. Fifth Row: J. Jackson, D. Podhajski, N. Olson, A. Sulick, M. Anderson, B. MacGibbon, N. Hornkohl, C. Johnson, B. Hoffman, B. Winters E Hine B a L Saunders A Budwitz Otfm , . , - J V, - , - , J- - owski, C. Ginsburg, C. DeMont. Sixth Row: J. Graiewski, J. Peplaw, C. Martin, L. Johnson, A. Adolfson, M. Schultz B. Hauver, K. Bryson, C. Kulak, V. Pethigal, E. Chakulski, J. Kelly, J. Giedraites, N. Berkowitz, M. Regalis, B. Ray- mond, J. Arbour, R. Grygus. YOUNG MEN ' First Row: Kenneth Uliasz, Lloyd Wyatt, Donald Weir, Peter Bauer, Arthur Glazer, Ronald Schmitt, Richard Rival Second Row: Joseph Ostrowski, James Graham, Mason An- drews, John Williams, Leonard Peterson, Robert Gaudian, S COLLEGE CLUB Ronald Piorkowski, Edward Sadkowski, Robert Balinskas. Third Row: Rubin Shapiro, Anthony Maluccio, Ronald Fos- ter, Peter Kosak, Donald Lachowicz, Paul Cianci, Philip DeConti, Ronald Martino, Donald Sokol. FOREIGN AFFAIRS CLUB Especially this year, when the words Foreign Again have come to mean more than ever, the club devoted to their consideration plays a prominent part in our school life. Trips to the U. N. and guest speakers helped the members to understand the international situation, and they will work towards the realization of a united world. First Row: j. Kelly, A. Duke, V. Fay, M. Lynch, E. Sadkowski, M. Fagan, Z, Toffolon, R. Chase, V. Coggins, P. Goodwin, C. Keough, S. Fightlin, E. Hine, B. Ahern. Second Row: L. Saunders S. Scalise, P. Greene, D. Malinowski, M. Yessian, D. Sokol, R. Chaney, R. Yessian, T, Mieczkowski B. Zatlrowski, B. Christ, J. Gustavson, B. jakubowicz, D. Wallace, M. Himmelfarb, N. Saipal, E Ghezzi, E. Fumiatti, B. Hoffman, M. Munson, A. Verrillo, J. Martinez, L. Scapaletti, D. Lundell Third Row: E. Szydlowski, B. Winters, M. Liegot, S. Audet, R. Grygus, E. Nyquist, H. McAdoo, C Ginsburg, C. jones, B. Hauver, J. Giedraitis, C. Kulak, K. Bryson, C. Martin, D. Podhajski, R. Ber- zanskis, M. Woodward, B. Schroedel, I. Modeen, C. Schmidt, S. Gustafson, I. Berkowitz, N. Olson C. Anderson, B. Geiger. Fourth Row: J. Donnelly, S. Glabau, R. Garabedian, A. Glaser, J. Wesoly J. Epstein, R. St. Onge, M. Bucchi, R. Valenti, H. Fenster, R. Gaudian, R. Kallerman, D. Olson J. Kropf, j. London, K. Hoisel, P. DeConti, M. Khoobyarian, A. Maluccio, J. jackson, B. Carlson C. Garofano, C. Konzenski. lOl v i v 'Q ,Y NNW ,-i!'...N RADIO CLUB "Come in, WI-JDQ" . . . This -lcome from California reward- the Amateur Radio Club ten they were transmitting lo- school news from the N.B. S. radio shack. The word :grew was added to the club me to eliminate those not in- ested in amateur radio. Mem- rs are taught fundamentals of lio theory and code practice Mr. William Hurley, sponsor ice the organization of the club 1935. STAMP CLUB When the Stamp Club was or- ganized by Mr. Davis Chase in 1930, its members built collec- tions, learned about new issues and cancellations, and, in general, furthered their philatelic inter- ests. Today, guest speakers, collec- tion competition, and an annual poster contest have expanded the program. The winner's poster oc- cupies a place of honor in the lib- rary cabinet. PRESS CLUB In an effort to meet increased production costs without increas- ing the subscription price of The Red and Gold Review, the Press Club has sponsored two fund-raising projects: an auction and a "Sweetheart" contest, which was won by Maureen Fagan. First Row: Mr. L, Levine, D. Weir, P. Greene, E. French, R. DeConti, Miss E. Coates. Second Row: J. Maxon, W. Persan, P. Satula, M. Rhodes, M. Moller, C. Garafano, R. Grygus, M. Vilardi. Third Row: P. Rachlin, R. White, J. Elder, G, Mer- rill, N. Ahearne, H. Martinelli, M. Katz. 5 4 S 9 K 0 u CHEERLEADERS lit-tatise of their versatility and spirit, the 21 lllteerleatlers were honoretl by representation on the f,entennial Float. At all our games these colorful figures provide L'IHllLlSl1lSIU. 'l'o promote further interest in our sports program the fheerleatlers soltl football ribbons and basketball C up M! 5 I sthetltile pentils. TXXXIRLERETTES l'or two years the 'lWlRl,liRli'l lliS, tl tolorlol .ttltlition ro our School games, have tompeteil in the N. li, Competi- tion. 'lheir many tlrills antl haton twirlmg routines require seven A.M pratttte periotls .mtl entlless hours of ilrlll .tr home. lfirst Row' M. Antlerson. Setontl Row. V Iflorio, K Timko, P. Albrecht, R. Cirygus, li. Zeigler. Thirtl Row: ul. Roma, nl. Ciasper, N. llornlctxll, D. Arm-ora, .I, ylohnson, H. Mcliiness, S. St.tslit'ltinas, -I. 'l'.tr.ltani. J. v. CHEERLEADERS The Jayvees have their own set up - team, V. Cheerleatlers, and schedule. First Row: Lorraine Mas, Marilyn Pro- vost, Frannie Orms, Gloria Aparo. Secontl Row: jane Totloli, Marilyn Heckman, Bev- erly Colwick, Marilyn Hellyar. Light and Shadow mark lifeir little play . . First Row: J. Maxen, N. Cianci, G. O'Brien, A. Kryszropik, treasurer, Mildred Regalis, Vice-ptesi- dentg Edward Sadkowski, President, Lorraine Aiudi, Secretary, Lois Murphy, D. Albert, K. Ulbrich, R. Trauman, S. Gwosdow. Second Row: D. Cecere, D. Sokol, J. Floridia, lvf. Katz, G. Garro, J. Dolan, S. Orbach, S. Marshall, D. Kratka, M. Sartis, S. Copeland, L. Mas. Third Row: P. Greene, R. Chaney, R. Grygus, B. Aparo, R. Bernard, M. janick, J. Manning, B. Penson, N. Yonan, J. Slovitski, B. Wierbicka, A. Ceglaw- ski, J. Schrump. Fourth Row: A. Lewonczyk, J. Korza, M. Griffin, F. Kennedy, N. Berkowitz, R. Katz, I. Newfield, G. Winnik, C. Andrews, J. Sullivan, J. Kendzior, L. Frawley, C. Dabkowski, Miss Creedon, Miss Bosch. Fifth Row: R. Martino, 4' J. Dolan, S. Gionfriddo, H. L. Fenster, C. f V Ciemniewski, H. Colby, J. Elder, M. Fightlin, R. 'A 'mil ,On Coleman, L. Hall, T. Boyle, F. Coon, R. Foster, . 1 . Amvm D- 501101- '. ,.- E ' Skill 10 5 mmf ' ts Kee 5 MUS ' . 1 s mier makeup R L' 1 Cot ' 1 ' delle ydei. u and SY xoseph E - Glaba and 5ylviaDiCk Chase 5taI5, AMPHION CLUB The Amphion Club oiiicially came into being in 1921 and continued from 1923 to 1947 under the guidance of Mrs. Amy Guilford. In 1949 the club conducted the first one-act play contest. Of the three plays presented, the winner-, "Rising of the Moon," directed by Miss Mildred Raymond, received a rating of excellent at the Connecticut Drama Festival. In 1950 "The Happy journey," directed by Miss Gertrude Creedon, won top honors at this Festival and participated in the New England Drama Festival. This year's contest was held February 16. 5' 25:1-' -fasflw Q, Q45 S -., ,, wax, - ' - . ", f, 'ga' ig- Q V2 'M ' Q 4 'Q 'G'5fLf!7x'.g 5 fi 5 f U ' ' , 1. 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Almost any afternoon from September until June, one can find some group of the MUSIC CLUB directed by Mr. DeBene- dictis. No sooner do they finish one pro- duction that rehearsals start for the next. The entertainment afforded by this club rates tops with students, faculty, and com- munity. Because of exceptional talents in music, sparkling personalities, and outstanding services, these five stu- dents have been elected by their fellow members as OFFICERS of the Muiic Club. Left to Right: L. Semnoski, Recording Secretary E. Worrell, Vice Presidentg L Hall Treasurerg E. Gionfriddo, Ex- ecutive Secretaryg C. Wade, President. These seven musicians, constituting the EXECUTIVE BOARD, plan the year's program and co-ordinate all divisions of the club. Left. to Right: C. Wade, E. Gionfriddo, L. Hall, E. Worrell, J. Ostroski, L. Semnoski, J. Grasso. The STARLETTES, a group of thirteen girls, present unusual arrangements in tempo and rich harmony. They appear at auditorium programs and community affairs. Competition for this honored membership is keen. First Row: E. Gionfriddo, L. Semnoski, J. Schwartz, A. Foreman, E. Worrell, R. Powell, G. Poland. Second Row: G. Bonczek, M. Schultz, A. Pienkowski, E. Wronat, G. Sintau, B. Schroedel. 519' - 'mi ami 'o the STUDIENT LEADERS goes the ionor of wielding the baton in special numbers, for they aspire to become our uture music directors. elt ro Right: j. Ostroksi, the Men's Chorus, C. Wforrell, the Starlettes, F. Gionfriddo Xfonn-n's Chorus, J. Grasso, the Band. I X E l l lf1l V-I x F--1 Paralleling the Starlettes, the OCTETTF, a group of boys, presents unusual arrange- ments. They have appeared at community activities, in the concerts and the "Follies of '5l". These junior Vfhillenpoofs fit any occasion. J. Zadrowski, R. St.Onge, P. Mariani, J. Cohen, j. Cormier, J. Pieta. Ahsentt S. Peck, L. Hall. This year THE BAND gained special recognition in the combined Boston University and N. B.H.S. Band Concert. They also played at football games, basket- ball games, and in the Centennial Pageant and parade. ... . . .t ........- lc ' R S cl ski j Gtasso, C. Pease, lfirst Row: Al. Picra, D. Horenstein, P. Bauer, F. Stauff, F. Baucino, D. Bef owitz, . ommo. , . ' ' ' ' ' fi S 4 llo . Cohen. Second Row: F. Boyle, D. Bonkowski, J. LaPorte, j. Mie- C.. Rovanski, D llall, R. lionnatti, .. tw , ,I gory, li. liisliupialc, l'. lluoto, Ii. Biskupiak, P. Talarico, j. Costello, M. Andrews, j. Ostroski, N. Genetti, C. Watle, P. Marian: 'lliird Row: CQ. llierpe, C. Guzzardi, P. Pignatelli, R. Choinowski, D. Fletcher, j. Raczek, H. Podolak, 111 l.. llall, bl. Duffy, C.. l'c-rzan, R. Schmidt, R. Zapor, R. Sanewslcy, Schady. Absent: A. Dalfmo, D. Beuniclcas, F. ie.-. .. ' -' .:a.,.' H J , Q5 N . Drs ogether the Starlettes and Octette appear lder the heading, THE OXEMBLE. These venty-five voices, blended harmoniously, ive afforded us some fine musical selections. rst Row: A. Pienkowski, E. Gionfriddo, L. Sem- mski, J. Schwartz, A. Foreman, E. Worrell, R. Jwell, G. Poland, E. Wronat. Second Row: G. mszek, M. Schultz, P. Marieni, J. Cohen, J. era, D. D'Andrea, G. Sintau, B. Schroedel. hird Row: R. St. Onge, R. Rival, J. Ostroski, Zadrowski, E, Colosimo, J. Cormier. Absent: . Chojnowski, C. Wade. I Os.. 'Ng The largest division is the A CAPPELLA CHORUS, comprised of students from freshman, junior, and senior classes. Much of the fame of N. B.H. S. rests upon their fine musical renditions. The picture in this case tells more than we might. The PRETZEL BENDERS are unique. They've added joy to the basketball games through their original, hilarious per- formances. First Row: J. Grasso, P. Fuoco, R. Chojnowski, C. Wacle, Schade, D. Bonltowslti. Second Row: F. Stauff, J, Piera, W. Seamon, R. Schmidt, H. Podolak, P. Pignatelli. is ""'W'yffv 'A ' VF? egiiffg H0 "Jeff ft ,'wh,, .V -v il I 5 , . N , -. 5 if if 33 f pg O I , . K in , 1 g .M ' 4 P H all' A It Q K . . 'R 9 9 H v 4 ,. f" ' , 4 1,1 A. 5 Xi' 5 L+ f - 1 ' 'S l R. Wx 3 ' ff - me Q' .5 X, K x 5 fy 4 q Lx, E U, , A I 7 'X X Q - 5 l. I N' 1 ir , ' . Y Y K 1 I K W . I Q X1 'E T. - I' f QT N . A . . ' .if 'N 3' 1 x if ,Lil lfirst Row: B. Picard, G Sintau, A. Pienkowski, E. Gionfriddo, L. Semnoski, E. Wrtmnat, J. Schwartz, B. Schroedel, U, Bonczek, M. Schultz, R, Powell, E. Wcmrrell, G. Poland, A. Foreman, M, LaCava, KI. Anderson, B. Horlman. Second Row: A. Fasselle, J. Kalinowski, B. Blackburn, T. Stachelek, N. Olsson, ,l. iiustavson, A. Brascio, L. Tagliamonte. Third Row: W. Pasquo, A. Colosimo, B. Kauffman, CQ. Wiutle, K. Uliasz, j. Cohen, R, Choinowski, T. Boyle, R. Rival, R. Montana, B, Picard, bl. Pic-ra, VI. Zadrowski, R. St.0nge, K. Hambidge, M. Gordon, R. Sargis, J. Cormier, P. Marieni, D. D'Andrea. Ahsent: J. Ustroski. Th Follies of "5'I" K -'v,... .xxx Atter endless hours of rehearsals we were on stage at the opening performance. True to name, the first 'l'l1c' Mule Rm'l'c'l1c'1 0110, Tivo, Three, Kick' evening of the "Follies of '5l" production was a folly because of the now traditional snowstorm. This year we fooled the weather man and held an extra show Saturday night. H5 l . M :Sw 'ls VN .M Yr ?w ,Q We I is 15:13 ,fy a "it I R x I i E If 5' 9 K1 Xa ev C :gn K gy :Sr i L. sg - z .3 1' 1 ' ' W5 if f iff.. ' ,W 5... , f pa :ini , fi Wg, 5: ., i?y 'W ff? , G -A 'f 14 gt ,X if sg, 3 3 - S, 3 9 gp K YH Y Q.: 1. 4 am , P? sq ,Q AT Sf in fi' 5' fr J. QL f 3f 4? . .N Q 4 zfl M5 . A , 2 S543 E ' 'ts , a 60 K! 49 I gk K-.1 R .. ,A V .. .g. 2 4 : . '. 4 3' '5 'tk A ' I I 4 ,J in t 51? x, X '41 5 i x ' 5 .s ' , 5 kr 'ff 5 L ! C A :. y . i-'V 3? I 1 Y i L7 A i .Q f E ff 1 ' ' Y A ,,,93L9.A':., JW'- fX xf X 0 X 5 Q ' y V 6 Mx ,. x 5 X X X , XX V J r ' fm XX f N X? B4 N 'xf X X QQ W! Ay' lx NX l ll' W Lmff Coach Cheerleaders in action nm Cabeleus Vic Baylock, head football coach Team in action -M X' 0 i ? Q., X Buddy Kroll co-captain The Crowd -I 3 g Y ,,f. ., ,S . ' can-me t, ' - 1 jii'Z'i31" ?li-2iS: Tud Flood backheld coa C Richie Hollfelder co-captain 111' Q lfirst Row, l.eft to Right: Kunda, B. Kroll, R. Holfeltler, R. -Iocobowski, Second Row, Left to Right: A. Kolatkovsky, D. Rulli, D. Swanson, D. Stepek, F. Seamon, J. Dabkowski, R. Skorupski, lf. llolfeltler, B. Seamon. Third Row, Left to Right: H. Selander, Managerg B. Matulis, C. Venilitto, R. Rawlinaris, V. Ribes, 12. Staskelunas, J. Regalis, P. Labienac, j. Simone, B. Halco, W, Jennings, Manager. Fourth Row, Left to Right: T. Molleur, Managerg H. Diverio, F. Nevers, B. McNamara, D. MtNamara, j. Murphy, D. Luke, j. Bouchard, 1. Bagdaserian, W. Stortz, Manager. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 1950-'51 GRIDIRON SEASON Don McNamara opened the N. B. H. S. football season with a sparkling touchdown against Torrington, and when the final whistle blew, The Red and Gold won 30-0. New Britain was again on the offensive when they met and downed Chapman Tech 52-0. Maurice Valentine connected for four extra points. A crowd of 6000 watched N. B. celebrate its Centennial, but couldn't help their team overcome a 26-6 defeat by the old rival, Stam- ford. Hard driver john DeBagdaserian led the attack against Wilbur Cross. In this game the Halco-to-Hollfelder-Halco passing combination was at its peak as N. B. won 39-6. N. B. raced on to defeat Norwich Free Academy 26-13, Weaver 33-0, and Hartford Public 14-0. The win over Hartford Public had put N. B. in a tie for first place in the Triangular League with New Haven Hillhouse. Each team was scoreless at the end of the first quarter, but a fumbled punt by N. B. gave Hillhouse posses- sion of the ball and they ripped through to score 33-8 and to take the championship. On Thanksgiving Day the traditional Hart- ford Bulkeley game was very close with N. B. trailing at the third quarter by only one point. 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TRACK New Britain High School is very proud of the fine job Coach "Hal" Beagle is doing with our Track and Cross Country teams. The teams' records may not be the best in the state, but there is a story behind their wins and losses - a story of sportsman- ship and fair play, the basis of the American ideal. - Our high school has been happy to receive a number of students from abroad. It was not long before these boys were try- ing out and participating in high school activities, and American sports won immediate favor with them. Daily practice in running com- bined with other physical exer- cises may not have produced big scores, but it has produced line spirit. The boys have won honors in physical fitness and in prac- tical sportsmanship, and these are lasting trophies. HAL BEAGLE Coach CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Row 1: Joseph Genovese, Tho Gramitt, joseph Mucciano, Edv Swain. Row 2: CNicholas Na. Managerh, Ronald Foster, C Thomas, Charles Williams, Get Tanguay, Barry Gaigis, Bern Swledyn, Manager. , if,-1 ,stir liirst Row, l.c-ft to right: Mikoljczyk, Raczkowski, Bernacki, Staskalunas, Dzwonkowski, Genovese, 1 Blake, Wc'tizc-I, lc-truzella. Second Row, Left to Right: Flood, Fazzina, Beloin, Paul, Kohosky, Swanson, Piorkowski, Murphy, Lickwar, Farley, Attardo. Third Row, Left to Righti Rio, D'Avanzo, Cirasso, Aparo, Orzechowski, Hartman, Hoffman, Startz, Tata. 'ith an alwundante of experienced liatll talent returning, Coach .lp lflood looks forward to a sucic-ssful season. The opening seventeen game schedule will seniors in every position. 'niors playing for the hrst time arsity men are: Conrad Swanson, tstop, and Al Kolmosky at Second. iniors on the squad include: s D'Avanzo, Catcher, Aloe Mur- Pitcher, and George lfazzina at d. efensively and offensively, the I looks fairly strong. In the past of capalile pitchers has heen a tant thorn in the flesh, costing team many victories, lf this "Stretch" Wenzel BASEBALL N J' X '. y Q97 "l, 4, I .313 , , Hglllfh at the Bat lzwitb apolngier In Entert Lauirenfe Tlaayerl "It looked extremely rocky for New Britain High that day, The score stood one to nothing hut an inning left to play. So when Wenzel died at second, and Kohoski did the same, A pallor wreathed the features of the students at the game. "Then from the gladdened multitude went up a joyous yell - lt rumblecl from the mountain tops, it rattled in the clellg It struck upon the hillside and rebounded on the flat, For Dzwonsowski was advancing to the bat." ...- years pitching holds up, the Red and Golf! Nine should he among the leaders at the close of the season. Unfortunately, at the end of the season, the following athletes will bow out of high school sports. Capt. Edward Dzwonkowski, Leon Rac- zowski, joe Grasso, Charles Blake, Mike Mikoloiczyk, Sam Genovese, jim Petruzella, Edward Staskelumas, Hank Bernacki, Dick Lickwar, Rob- ert Wenzel, Wcilfe Beloin, Frank Paul, Alfred Kobosky, Conrad Swan- son, Ronald Piorkowski, and Richard Orzechowski. GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB OFFICERS They provide the oil to keep the machine running. in Frangione, secretary, Kathleen Bryson, treasurerg Claire xnningham, president, Nancy Olson, vice president. GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB The Girls' Sports Club was formed to pro- vide the girls with an active sports program. The basketball teams have had a very suc- cessful season being defeated only four times out of a total of twenty-five games. On the Ping-Pong squad, jane Giedraitis is the star player, defeating all other members of the group. The Hockey team won two games, tied one, and lost one. Kathleen Bryson was the most out- standing player on the field. In the National Interscholastic Tournament the Archery Team scored 1,057 out of a pos- sible 1,080 hits, total score, 6,478 Also, they entered the State and National Spring Tourna- ments with top scores. Eleanor Venberg with a score of 110 and Carmela Salafia with a score of 111 are the two top bowlers. Girls are anticipating games with schools from the surrounding territory in the spring in Volleyball, Softball, and Tennis. BOWLING TEAM Strikes and spares their routine. C. Salalia, M. Sablotsky, J. Gooding, J. Schrump, B. McNamara MISS HARROWELL Katz, F. Lenkiewicz, P. Andy, L. johnson, E. Venberg. ' "The power behind the scene." FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Olympics next' We crm dream Callllf we? j. Ramsilell, A. Opulski,AM. Conlin, R. Connersi N. Bross, E. Fumintti, C If Sounds f0m2lmlC Cunningham, N. Olson, S. Gustafson, J. Donnelly, E. Gorfain. K. Bryson. K. Bryson, P. Rachlin BASKETBALL TEAM On to Boston! . . . why not? Row: N. Bross, j. Bowker, N. Florio. nd Row: N. Larson, A. Opulski, D. Bober. l PING PONG TEAM l Speed is of the essence ' Row: Gwosilow, D. Heslin. Second ': j. Geiilraris, E. Williams. ARCHERY TEAM Vouldn'r Robin Hood be surprised? Bigelow, j. liowker, D. Rollins, W. Perzan. zurlej. BASEBALL TEAM they have pennilnts for women . . lross, M. Haniewski, A. Opulski, D. Bober, Duke. VOLLEYBALL TEAM The trick is to win Row: E. Dixon, R. Yessiim, M. llaniew- A. Upulski, Sc-Lonil Row: R. Connors, N. s, j. Rnmsilell. 'tr 4 Pa 'L ,,, V, if- N! , H, ,Q 11, 44 f f 1,9491 t ' was KY llniiil IYI W IIKTII " ' S1hm1ul's over! W?-. Wi! :bf "-s av., 710 ef' Ontt- upon at summer's Jay The Three Musketeers I W On the it way . . all fancy free" mmer memories ,f' , Hold it boys! One way to reach the heights Going somewhere Statues tell no Cool and C 4. . V+... .t.. ewes tales ullecteti my by ' f' ft., .1 tad we Wm 2 Tv 15' !!! !!!!!!! ! !!!!!!!!! P!! ! M. in Q! STR ik Jfgha-,.5X nv 5 ff r . x, L. ' K Agikmx ' ing' x. 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Q ,Q J li iilli ii 9' . 4 J., Front Row: Paul McCarthy, Charles Mazadoorian, Dorothy Wisk, Marilyn Munson, Audrey Opulski, Nancy Hickcox, Arthur Glaeser, Collector, Kathleen Bryson, Vice Pres., Joseph Elder, President, Roxie Yessian, Secretary, Marie Vilardi, Geraldine Chutlzilc, Patricia Greene, Marilyn Himmelfarb, Kay Ulbrich, Dolores Malinowslci, Sal Gionfriddo, Malvyn Schupack. Second Row: Charles Williams, Edward Sadkowski, Louis D'Avanzo, Beverly Ahern, Carol Konzenski, Wantla Perzan, Juliette LaMar, Jeanine Forestandi, Nancy Olson, Carolyn Schmidt, Claire Gallca, Jean Frangione, Zoa Toflolon, Frances Reale, Beverly Joyce Johnson, Susan Fightlin, Evelyn Ghezzi, Alan Goldberg, John Ahearne. THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY These students have realized that the quest for the "light of knowledge", demands a wise use of intellect, character, service, and leadership. To them is given the reward of membership in the National Honor Society. Since the establishment of the New Britain Chapter of the Honor Society in 1938, approximately one thousand N.B.H.S. students have been accepted as members. 138 'H V .. 15 V- sl v R 4 Q 'M -v f. I3 V EE! i L :S . x 2' i . gr I 4 52:5 e ,f,, e fix ,ei rv M11 mf., Mm V: . '11 ' .4:va+11'- -. 2 Qfiggigi S , A A 44 ,. 1 wr. s 4 - J" ., Q. gf' 1' W Y .. 1 -5 W . i .A N. M41 ? MJ .rx Qi .ff Q if Qss , , r 3 'Q A A ij Y Q A X sf N ' N wr 1 N vf V 3 'A 1 5 lc FQ. A Rig -. E XQ 'j x QUILL AND SCROLL Quill and Scroll, International Honor Society for high school journalists has nine members on the Red and Gold Review staff. The Red and Gold Review is proud of its seven year membership in this society and of its members.who have achieved this recognition. Membership depends on the students entire school record. A candidate must be in the upper third of the junior or senior classg he must have demonstrated superior jour- nalistic abilityg and he must be endorsed by his staff adviser and approved by the Executive Secretary of the Quill and Scroll. Through surveys this group reports trends in school publications and offers sugges- tions for their improvement. A critical service is furnished and contests are sponsored with awards for literary excellence. 140 Faithful to the Light Within GENERAL HONORS FOR THREE YEARS Beverly Kathleen Ahern Lorraine Elsie Aiudi Nancy Jane Andres Beverly Eileen Bagdasarian Peter William Bauer Raymond Louis Beauchemin Doris Marie Beaudet Janet Arlene Beckman Marjorie Jane Beebe Rosien Berzanskis Norma Helen Bonci Kathleen Fay Bryson Janet Marie Camire Barbara Jean Carlson Geraldine Barbara Chudzik Salvatore Sebastian Ciarcia Barbara Jean Clark Virginia Lois Coggins Jennie Tessie Culton Claire Louise Cunningham Jean Helen Dabkowski Ronald Clive DeConti Nancy Josephine DiPietro Joan Veronica Donnelly Irene Yvette DuBois Joseph Freeman Elder Susan Fightlin Janet Mildred Frisk Claire Patricia Galka Claudia Clelia Garofano Geraldine Shirley Garro Evelyn Joan Ghezzi Jane Lillian Giedraitis Salvatore Gionfriddo Arthur Ernest Glaeser, Jr. Alan David Goldberg Patricia Ann Greene Sandra Ellen Gustafson Joan Lyndon Gustavson Robert James Hausman Marilyn Himmelfarb Charles Alvin Hjerpe Judith Evelyn Jackson Raymond Harry Johnson Marilyn Jean Keevers Katherine Frances Klimas Marilyn Joan Knopf Barbara Mary Kochol Carol Rose Konzenski Peter Francis Kosak Carol Ann Kulak Juliette Theresa LaMar Dolores Marie Malinowski Anthony Nicholas Maluccio George Patrick Merrill, Jr. Theresa Stephanie Mieczkowski Marilyn Louise Munson Robert Raymond Netupski Audrey Jean Opulski Joseph Thomas Ostroski Marilyn Ada Peterson Dolores Alice Podhajski Georgia May Poland Catherine Louise Rochette Edward Stanley Sadkowski Susan Shirley Scalise Barbara Ellyn Schroedel Marlene Irene Schultz Emily Theresa Szydlowski Zoa Stella Toifolon Thelma Kay Ulbrich Kenneth George Uliasz Donald Reed Weir Charles North Williams Roxie Gladys Yessian Wanda Valeria Zavorski Frances Judith Zotter SPECIAL HONORS ELAINE M. ACHILLE: Typewriting. BEVERLY KATHLEEN AHERN: English: History: Stenography: Typewriting. LORRAINE ELSIE AIUDI: Bookkeeping: English: History: Stenography: Typewriting. ELIZABETH JOAN ALEXANDER: Typewriting. NANCY JANE ANDRES: Bookkeeping: English: His- tory: Stenography. PAULINE MARY ANDY: Stenography: Typewriting. BARBARA MAE APARO: Bookkeeping: History: Typewriting. JAMES NICHOLAS APARO: Art. SHIRLEY MARION ARAKELIAN: Stenography: Typewriting. ELIZABETH THERESA ARDIZONE: History. ROBERT JOHN BALINSKAS: Mathematics: Science ESTHER ARLENE BARBERINI: History: Typewritingi PETER WILLIAM BAUER: English: German: Mathe- matics: Science. RAYMOND LOUIS BEAUCHEMIN: Architecture: English: Mathematics. DORIS MARIE BEAUDET: English: History: Stenog- raphy: Typewriting. JANET ARLENE BECKMAN: English: History: Sci- CIICC. MARJORIE JANE BEEBE: English: Mathematics: Sci- CHCC. ROSIEN ISABEL BERZANSKIS: History: Mathemat- ics: Science. NANCY ROSE BIANCHI: Stenography. LEO JOSEPH BIBEAU: Mathematics. JOSEPHINE BIRRITTA: Arr. FRANCES MARY BOGUSZEWSKI: Typewriting. NORMA HELEN BONCI: Bookkeeping: English: His- tory: Stenography: Typewriting. ALICE FRANCES BORSE: Stenography. DORIS RADWANSKI BROWN: Bookkeeping. KARL JOSEPH BROWNSTEIN: Industrial Arts. KATHLEEN FAY BRYSON: English: German: Mathe- matics: Science. CECELIA SHIRLEY BUDNICK: Bookkeeping: Stenog- raphy. ETHELYN LOUISE BUSKER: German. JANET MARIE CAMIRE: Bookkeeping: English Typewriting. BARBARA JEAN CARLSON: English. LILLIAN JEAN CESANEK: Horne Economics. RHEA JANE CHANEY: History. TILLIE DOLORES CHECH: Typewriting. BETTE MARIE CHRIST: Mathematics. GERALDINE BARBARA CHUDZIK: English: His- tory: Science. CONCETTINA SOPHIE CIAFFAGLIONE: Bookkeep- ing: English. SALVATORE SEBASTIAN CIARCIA: Drafting: Ma thematics. 3 MARJORIE ANN CLAFFEY: Typewriting. BARBARA JEAN CLARK: English: Home Economics VIRGINIA LOIS COGGINS: English: French: History SHEILA HELENA COHEN: Science. SYDELLE CORMIER: Stenography. JENNIE TESSIE CULTON: English: Typewriting. JEAN HELEN DABKOWSKI: English: History: Sten- ography: Typewriting. JOSEPH RAYMOND DaMICO: Industrial Arts. JOHN JOSEPH DAVENPORT: Latin. RONALD CLIVE DeCONTI: English: German: Mathe- matics. . NANCY JOSEPHINE DiPIETRO: Bookkeeping: Eng- lish: History: Stenography. ELSIE OLIVE DIXON: Bookkeeping: Stenography: Typewriting. IRENE YVETTE DuBOIS: Bookkeeping: Stenography: Typewriting. ANN MARY DUKE: Typewriting. JOSEPH FREEMAN ELDER: English: German: Mathe- matics: Science. PAUL SALVATORE FAZZINA: Industrial Arts. ELIZABETH ALICE FIEDORCZYK: Typewriting. SUSAN FIGHTLIN: English: History. EARL A. FRENCH: English. JANET MILDRED FRISK: English: Home Economics. ELAINE MARIA FUMIATTI: History. CLAIRE PATRICIA GALKA: Bookkeeping: English: History: Science: Typewriting. ROXY GARABEDIAN: Typewriting. CLAUDIA CLELIA GAROFANO: English: History. GERALDINE SHIRLEY GARRO: English. ROBERT RONALD GAUDIAN: Mathematics. ELIZABETH RUTH GEIGER: German. VIOLA BARBARA GERACI: Bookkeeping. EVELYN JOAN GHEZZI: English: History: Latin. JANE LILLIAN GIEDRAITIS: German: History. SHALER WILLIAMS GILMAN: Science. SALVATORE GIONFRIDDO: English: History: Ma- thematics. ARTHUR ERNEST GLAESER: English: German: Ma- thematics: Science. ALAN DAVID GOLDBERG: English: History: Mathe- IDHIICS. PATRICIA RosAL1E GOODWIN: English. DOLORES J. GORAVITCH: Bookkeeping. PATRICIA ANN GREENE: English: Science. RITA ELLEN GRYGUS: History. SANDRA ELLEN GUSTAFSON: English: History. JOAN LYNDON GUSTAVSON: English: History: Science. RUSSELL ALLAN HALL: Mathematics. PAUL HANSEN: History: Science. FRANCIS JOSEPH HART: History. ROBERT JAMES HAUSMAN: History. JESSIE MARY HAZE: Home Economics. MARILYN HIMMELFARB: English: History. CHARLES ALVIN HJERPE: English: Mathematics: Science. NANCY JOAN HORNKOHL: Art. JUDITH EVELYN JACKSON: English: History: Sci- CDCC. MARILYN EMILY JOHNSON: History: Stenography. RAYMOND HARRY JOHNSON: Architecture: Ma- thematics. RICHARD GILBERT JOHNSON: Mathematics. ROBERT EDWARD JOHNSON: Industrial Arts. ELEANOR ANN KALISZ: Stenography. MARY BARBARA KALISZ: History: Science. BARBARA BERNICE GERMAINE KAMINSKY: T ypewriting. MARION ELIZABETH KASPROW: Home Econom- ics. MARJORIE JEAN KAYESKI: Science. MARILYN JEAN KEEVERS: Bookkeeping: English: History: Stenography: Typewriting. EVELYN TERESA KEINZ: Home Economics. MARY ELIZABETH KELLY: Bookkeeping. KATHERINE FRANCES KLIMAS: English: History: Science. MARILYN JOAN KNOPF: Bookkeeping: Stenography Typewriting. BARBARA MARY KOCHOL: English: History. CAROL ROSE KONZENSKI: History: Science. PETER FRANCIS KOSAK: English: German: Mathe- matics: Science. LORRAINE HEDWIG KOZLOWSKI: Stenography Typewriting. CAROL ANN KULAK: English: History: Science. P1-1YLL1s DOREEN KUMETIS: sfenogfaphyg Type- writing. JULIETTE THERESA LaMAR: English: History: Sci- ence. BARBARA ANN LEBRUN: Home Economics. CLAUDE ROGER LeCLERC: Industrial Arts. RONALD ALLAN LITSKY: Architecture. ANNE JAYNE LUDKO: History. MARGUERITE MARY LYNCH: Science. MARY CHARLOTTE MCDEW: Home Economics. RITA TAYLOR MCKNERNEY: Home Economics. CECILIA ANGELA MACIAG. Home Economics. DOLORES MARIE MALINOWSKI: English: History. HENRY ROBERT MALINOWSKI: Latin. FRANCIS ANTHONY MANNING: Mathematics. JANE EDITH MUTE MARTINEZ: History. VIOLET MARY MERCIER: Typewriting. GEORGE PATRICK MERRILL, Jr.: English: Mathe- matics: Science. SALVATORE THOMAS MIANO: German. THERESA STEPHANIE MIECZKOWSKI: English: Latin: Mathematics: Science. IVA LYON MODEEN: History. GEORGE THOMAS MOLLEUR: Mathematics: Science. JOSEPH RAYMOND MORANT, Jr.: Science. BARBARA ELEANOR MORRIS: Home Economics. ALBERT FRANK MULLER: Art. MARILYN LOUISE MUNSON: English: History. THERESE ANN NESTA: French. 9 Q ROBERT RAYMOND NETUPSKI: Art: English. DORIS HELENE NIEMIEC: Stenography. DEANE BERCLAE OLSON: Mathematics. RICHARD CARL OLSON: Science. VIVIAN EMILY OLSON: Art. ANN IRENE ONDRICK: Home Economics. AUDREY JEAN OPULSKI: English' History' Science JOSEPH THOMAS OSTROSKI: German: Mafia-maficsf Science. DOLORES ANN PALADINO: History. MARIE JEAN PARISI: Bookkeeping: Typewriting. JEAN ALBERTA PEPLAW: English: German. DONALD ROBERT PETERS: Science. HARVEY EUGENE PETERSON: Industrial Arts. LEONARD CLARENCE PETERSON: Latin. MARILYN ADA PETERSON: Bookkeeping: History JOSEPH ANDREW PIERA: Science. DOLORES ALICE PODHAJSKI: English: German: History: Science. GEORGIA MAY POLAND: Bookkeeping: History. RUTH BURLEY POWELL: Home Economics. ROBERT EDWARD RADZIEWICZ: Industrial Arts. MILDRED KATHRYN REGALIS: English: German. GERALDINE RITCHEY: German: History. RICHARD MATTHIAS RIVAL: German. CATHERINE LOUISE ROCHETTE: Bookkeeping: English: History: Stenography. GEORGE CHARLES ROSYS: Architecture: Mathema- tics. EDWARD STANLEY SADKOWSKI: History: Mathe- matics. RONALD FRED SANEWSKY: Bookkeeping. SUSAN SHIRLEY SCALISE: History. BARBARA ELLYN SCHROEDEL: English: German: History: Science. MARLENE IRENE SCHUL'I'Z: English: Science. BERNARD JOSEPH SELEDYN: History. WALTER GEORGE SCHIMCHICK: Art. CHRISTINE LUCILLE SIDOTI: Stenography. ELEANOR JOAN STROHECKER: Bookkeeping. DONALD MARVIN SWANSON: Latin. EMILY THERESA SZYDLOWSKI: Bookkeeping: His- tory: Typewriting. ZOA STELLA TOFFOLON: Art: English: Mathematics THELMA KAY ULBRICH: Bookkeeping: Stenography: Typewriting. KENNETH GEORGE ULIASZ: English: German: Mathematics: Science. RICHARD LEONARD VALENTI: Mathematics. DONALD REED WEIR: English: Mathematics: Sci- ence. ROBERT HERMAN WENZEL: Drafting. GEORGE E. WESTMAN: Science. CHARLES NORTH WILLIAMS: English: Science. BARBARA RAE WINTERS: History. MARION FRANCES WOLF: Stenography. MILDRED EVELYN WORRELL: Art. ' ROXIE GLADYS YESSIAN: English: German: Science RACHEL ALFRIDA YOHANAN: Typewriting. RUDOLPH FRANK ZAMBORI: Art. WANDA VALERIA ZAVORSKI: Bookkeeping: His- tory: Stenography: Typewriting. FOR US THERE IS N0 FAREWELL Some will say that this is an end for us: that a certain finality will come ' with the silent steps of this soft springg that we shall go our separate ways and return no more. We do not believe that we shall leave this place of our giving and taking - this place of our belonging and possessing. We believe that a part of ourselves will remain and will not wander. We have had our share of all that there is hereg we have met our challenge, and so must find another larger one. We have entered at a gate at the bottom of a hill, have climbed its steep height, and have measured a fragment of life from its top. V Having shared so much companionship and joy, we know that we shall return. 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