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

 - Class of 1957

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Ui. law? CHQ X Q, YJ! gl J9- ,,.....- --,,..-i- c" .aj Prologue A city of living, growing industry, a veritable giant of manufacturing activ- ity - this is the environment of New Britain High School. Knowledge as well as industry has played an impor- tant part in our city's progress. It is significant that these two values, knowl- edge and industry, formed the character of Elihu Burritt, New Britainis leading citizen of a century ago. A champion of the people, his practical wisdom brought him international recognition. Today, our own city ofTers an enduring monument to his qualities of industry and strength of purpose, moreover, our school offers continuing testimony to his faith in the light of knowledge. NEW BIEITAIN SENIOR HIGH X- NEW RITAIN, CONN. JUNE 1957 CONTENTS THE ADMHWSTRATION A AND FACULTY 3 SENIURS 'Q ACTIVITIES P316 A I U HONORS P .Iaa Z""-N -i-f' 2 rl K SPORTS Paw 'Ia 3 V H I X T I . T XJ ,gy T ' 7 Y 5 I "- - fs. fab!! H g - 4 lf" -- l"j,- .L - ,f3t,,.-' "'::.f:?...Z? 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L 1 sf 5 5 nv-'Wl Dr T joseph McCook Superintendent Q now resigned j Pending the appointment of a successor to McCook Dr William F Clark has assumed the duties of acting head He comes from Newton Massachusetts where he served as financial direc tor responslble for the disbursement of school funds and supplies an authority he will continue to hold here Having served as Superintendent of Schools through two and a half of our three high school years, Dr. T. joseph McCook resigned in anuary to accept a similar position in Springfield Massachusetts While here he worked actively to promote the school program he was an enthusiastic supporter of student activities We wish him and his family happr ness IQ I Mr Winston Keck is our assistant superxnten dent A co ordrnator of curriculum he is in charge of the program from kindergarten to college Active too in the field of music and a sports fan Mr Keck is a familiar figure at NBHS activities .f fs-it F-im-ull SMH Every member of the Board of Education will agree that much responsibility is involved in keeping high the reputation of New Britain schools Everyone too will agree that New Britain schools are good schools The members of the Board are Mr Leonard Nixon Mr James Dawson Mr Hugh Miller Mr Anthony Denuzze Mr Ernest Brainard Mr james Heath Mr Carl Ander son Judge Harry Ginsburg judge Frank DrLoreto president Mrs Margaret Judd and Dr Andrew Canzonertr l ' 7 1 . . , K l 4.,'f Haig ' T N, . , N.. Q , . Ll 1 l fs 1 '7 ' 1 -h - . - I I l , A l . . . I . . . . U I ' l s a . . . 1 , . . . . , I , . T ,. efftgzz g al V X A .tm H -1 , A R , I A 'w I ' i ' , , ' 'is g f f 1 r fads . It nr --1 - f 1 7' A 4 T' x ""l'e I J Q ,V A ' gk? A .3 , ' 191111 .I t s "T me s X I . R y W x ' X, - A I . . . . A , , . ' . . . . I . , . , - , - . , ' . i , . , . - v ' 1 1 2 f 1 - These represent "the office" and "the tops" to us. No member of NBHS takes greater prrde nn our school nor works harder to serxe nts mem bers than our prmcnpal Mr Vnncent Sala lor three years he has helped us to meet emer gCDClCS to enrich our educational evperlence to find jobs to get 1nto the colleges of our cholce and supported our actrvltres We con srder hrm not only an admmtstrator rnterested ln our soclal and academnc welfare but as Z1 leader and a frrend N ,,..wf A654 Mr Vmcent Sala Prmcrpal Left Thrs conference scene rs by no means unfamxlxar elther to those who ve wa1ted for xntervrews or to those who yust happened to be around after school Here Mr Terranova M Sala and Mrss Reynolds dtscuss an ISSUE whlch no doubt concerns fMaybe created rtlj All three lrke us have ..-.-4 --Q UNDERSTANDING and warm rn manner Mxss Wrnxfred Reynolds Vrce prnncrpal and dean of women helps NBHS gurls to lead a balanced school lrfe Deeply rnterested rn problems she offers burdance and help who accept her mvrtatron Be my guest shall remember her wrth affectron I T17 Wh ell youth to all e a deep mterest rn the welfare of the NBHS student body ,.4ll-04" ltfr ,-94-r ' r MR jOHN TERRANOVA Vrce prmcnpal and dean of men has earned a reputatron for thought fulness and for berng real pal to many I the tvso years he has been here he has assxsted a very larf,e part of the student body wrth pro gram planmng wrth advrce on conduct and wrth help ln emergencies ,,..--'fx wtfagvfbx Mass Wrmfred Reynolds Vrce prmcrpal Mr john Terranova Vlce prmcnpal To those who planned for us and guided us through NBHS. PM ' ,,,A 1 , 1, I ' EB 1 K B, I . Seated lefz to right M155 Eva Coates Mrs Helen Welr Mrs Helen Gaffney MISS Vrrgmla Tallard Mr Charles Demarest M155 Elleen Kmg M155 Elxzabeth McLaug,hl1n M155 Mary Rlnpbrose Dr Dorothy Shaplexgh M155 Regma Connor M155 Abashag Ben1am1n Smndzng Mr Nell Atklns Charrman M155 Florence Tormay M155 Isabel Bosch M155 Manola Curtmg and M155 Ethel Odm The Englrsh Department en larges our vocabularres develops our apprecratron of llterature and provrdes much opprotunxty to rmprove our oral and wrltten expressron Essay contests rem edral readrng clramat1c and speech trammg are also therr concerns For the hrs: nme rn the h1srory of NBHS a separate LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT has been estab lrshed to mtroduce us to the hrstory culture and languages of several rzghl M155 Eleanor Leahy M155 Abashag Benlamm Dr I-llldegarde Marrhofer M155 Constance Carrler M155 Adrrenne Raby Standing lefz to right Mr Henry Recano Mr j Claude Bouchard Charrman Mr Kenneth Lagerstedt S xx gm Dr john Crawford Lxbrarxan Dr Hxldebarde Malrhofer Exchange Teacher If you have 5oug.,ht maternal for a research toprc wanted mformatlon or lust yushed to browse ln our llbrary you surely have met our nevs lrbranan Dr John Cravsford Prevxously at Wesleyan College an the New Br1ta1n Instxtute Dr Cravx ford has been vforlc mg to rncrease the servnces of our lrbrary acqu151t1ons Beslde a large number of books rn varrous helds one of the most rmpressrve of the neva collectrons IS one on the Development of Amerrcan lndustry We are pnvrleged ro have mth us a Fulbr11.,hr Award wmner Dr Hlldegarde Malrhofer who has exchanged teachmg posmons vuth Mr Wllllam Hanrahan A natlve Austrlan a graduate of the bnlwersxty of Vlenna she 15 learnlng about Amerlcan schools and 15 teachxng German and Latln She has addressed YHFIOUS school and commumty orgamzanons We wrsh her happmess 5, . l Y , 1 A 1 ay '- l V I . , Y lv . .Y I . ,. . , V ' ' . '. . ' . . Y. ' Y ' ' 1 7 l ' , . . , E ,Jr , A 7 . . . F 1 . sq , , 3, . . f' W ' h I Y I' ,. X .' ' ff? countrres. They are: Seated, left to 5 L ' 5 , - ' . if 91" l, A 'I - I 1 - - lq....rx , Q - fs , 'fi , Y l I h ' . ' G , 1 SJ .Q l 7 4 ' , ' , - ' . ' ' d . y . I . - I , . . '. .Y V Q , V . -5 I . , . eachrng us the appreciation of beauty and the appllcatron of artrstlc prrncrples as well as skull rn the use of paints charcoal pencll and other medrums rs the purpose of our ART DEPART MENT Left to ugh! Mr Thomas I'lder Charrman Mr Edward Kresewetter Nrss Estelle Molander and Mr Kenneth Valentrne As Ellhu Burrxtt threw llght upon has rdeal world so have the teachers of the HISTORY DEPARTMENT enlrght ened us vuth a better and wrder understandrng not only of Amerlca but also of the entlre vsorld Le! 10 rrgbt Mrss Dorothy Qurgley Chaxrman Mrss Hatne Osten Mrss Hrpelus l Xa! The members of the MUSIC DEPARTMENT have Indeed encouraged and helped us to develop an apprecla non of wotal and Instrumental talent rn chorus orchestra and band ltfl to nth! Mr Warren Myers Mr Vrntent Delienedrttrs Dlrettor of Muslc Mr Albert Lathan tfffw .B Miss Isabel Iatkson Mrss Helen Prest Mrss Katherrne Clark Slarzdmg left lo nth! Mr Belden Tracy Mrss Marlon I-Ioar Mr Henry Recano Mr Wrllram Kearns Mr Chester Yahn Mr Wrntcnn Catlrn and Nlr Robert Qulmby 'SYS Sd? Many of us have enlmetl the fdLlllI1CS provided for Whllam Bystrowsltr, Mrss Mary Saunders, Mr G Davrs Chase, strente studenrs,espec1ally the laboratories that hue strmulated Qharrman, Mr Ralph Collms, Mr Marco Landon Szandmg our rnterest rn phxsrcs chemrstry, and brolotzy Members of Mr Bernard bthultz, Mr john Blake Mr Clarence Nordstrom, the SCIENCE DEPARTMENT are Mr Owen Rumsey, Mr Mr james Beach Mr George True md Mr Robert Rlttner ,N x ,I A '- P , ,Q X V Q 9 I I A 43, , . 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I f , V I fl QP fix! kj, I 5 I 'H l , n f I is 'x 4 . , I I A x ' 4 - , fy..-5 J N 3 '.. 2' ri- 9 'ev Now in the atomic age we real ize the importance of a good sound mathematical background We sen iors owe our thanks to the MATHE MATICS DEPARTMENT for edu cation in the basic concepts of bust ness math geometry algebra book keeping and trigonometry Seated left to ngbt Mr Gustave Carlson Chairman Mrs Frances Pease Miss Rachel Carpenter Mrs Aurelia Tripp Miss Sarah Walker Mrs Marie Fromer Standing left to right Mr Leon Kiernan Mr Antonio Cardona and Mr William Sneide man bw We who will be the future sec retaries and businessmen will never forget the services of the COM MERCIAL DEPARTMENT Seated left to fzglvt Mrs Cecilia Fresher Miss Mary Hehir Miss Olga Sipolin Miss Helen Waskelevsicz Mrs Mary Cludinskt Standing left to right Mr Frederick Sibley Miss Dorothy Wesker Mr Newell Ames Chair man and Mr james Gilbert l ml TX' ffl? The help and co operation re ceived from the GUIDANCE COUNSELLORS who advise us rn the selecting of our programs and in planning for the future, has been invaluable. Sealed, left to right: Miss Hattie Osten, Miss Marion Hoar, Miss Winifred Reynolds, Mrs. Frances Pease, Miss Katherine Clark. Standing, left to right: Mr. john Toner, Mr. Joseph Bedatd, Director of Guidanceg Mr. Winton Catlin, Mr. B. William Bystrowski, Mr. Beldin Tracy, and Mr. Ernest Neipp. A balance between thinking and do ing has long been advocated. Work ing toward this aim in the IN- DUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT, we have acquired dexterity in handl- ing tools and in working with metals, under the expert instruction of: Mr Francis Kelly, Mr. Perry Smart, Mr Fred Drabble, Mr. Anthony Apizzo Mr. john Smith. Be strong and of good courage was Elihu Burritt s philosophy Both gyms at NBHS 'Mfr 5 is xfff Wi'?"g" .x With the help of the HOME LIVING DEPARTMENT we have passed the first stepping, stone on our way to becoming the homemakers of tomorrow in that we have learned the skills of cooking sewing and home management Left to rzglnl Miss Louise Cotter Miss Elizabeth Chutter Mrs Dorothy Butcher Miss Clarie Herrick and Miss Marlene Reichert hixc Ldoptcd it ts their motto emphasizing good health and s ortsmmship I 11 ff ,auf-augjf1l,g Left to right Mr Irving Black M William Huber Mr Charles 1-eff 10 N851 MISS MHFY HCUUCSSCY M155 Jean Hum and Avedisian Director Mr john Toner Miss Phyllis jordan in W ' , vu. . , A Y I ' , Q- ' ' . A '- - itil s . " " , .Lf fffk' , 1 P ,, 4' L. . . : 4 A A l i 'X' Nw- ' w Q -4- -W I i ' 1 . Q , Q , . , . Q al , CI' ' A 'A 'ly v 0 4 0 Q 'ff . QT' ff... psf" . , I 7 ft .. ff assaf i I ff if V. 2-ve I 4 ,r .. I A . . I I n--o X I i 1 ' , W . ,X 4, 'U . . 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S .A . 5 Q Sendtng passes flllrng out college transcrrpts and ltstemng to excuses of tardmess are only a handful of the many and dxverse clutles of the clerks who have watched and gurded us through our stay at NBHS Left to flghf Mrs Elste MCGUIFC Mrs Evelyn Recano and Mrs Sophre Archackt Mrss Isabelle Westlake Absent r 24:5 'UW Shoveled walks heated burldrngs and swept floors are just a few results of the labors of our MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT Wrthout them, our comfort at NBHS would have been lessened these three years here Seated left to ngbl Mrs Katherme Azaro Mrs Anna Grddrx Mrs Wanda Radune Standmg Mr Alex Serfel Mr Enock Passm Mr Elmer Anderson Mr Martxn Walsh Mr Damel joseph Mr Charles Mnnerly Mr Wrllram Crane Mtssmg from the prcture are Mrs Stella Camels and Mrs Mary Vervtckas -'K' W '32 A P- all Because sound mxnds ate best asso cxated wlth sound bodres the phystcal welfare of students rs dxrected by Doctor jacob Mellron top and Doctor Corinne Newton In addrtron to makrng regular phystcal examlnattons and serv mg rn emergencies Dr Mellron also acts as physrcran for the athletnc teams , fc Nurse Nelle OBr1en almost left us thrs year but rs gorng to stay on for a whtle to take care of the headaches and done homework Occaslonally one runs enough fever to get a dxsmxssal pass from her The way to a students heart through hrs stomach There rs no ex cepnon to thrs rule at NBHS The darly spectals plus the sandwtches and pas trres are welcome after a full mormng of study Our thanks go to the pleasant women who provrde our cafeterra servlce Left to flghf Mrs Mattie Mor ey Mrs Chrtstme Harmon Mrs jane Gxll Mrs Bermce Loomxs Mrs An tomette Y Stephenson Mrs Frances Nxmro Mrs Dorothy LaMa1re Mrs Helen Rmker Mrs Loretta Tobxn and Mrs Amy LaGay r -........ .F . 7 . . . . . 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As leaders of the graduating class, they are looked upon with respect and, doubtless, a tinge of envy, Besides the honors which accompany their election, however, are the behind-the-scene tasks of working on commit- tees for various school affairs, Senior Class Night, and the Senior Prom. The Class of 1957 has been fortunate in securing leaders identified with almost all school activities and with many community services. We present with pleasure lefl lo right: our treasurer, Robert Hausmang our secretary, Nancy Goodwing our president, james Havlickg and our vice- president, Judith johnson. Il 3 t I 1 3 'X BARBARA ANN AIUDI Divided between her interest in teaching and in medical secre taryship Barbara has not yet chosen her field The enthusiasm and self reliance she displays in various activities vull be an as set anywhere For recreation her taste runs from dramatics to tennis G rs League l 7 3 junior College Club 3 Olhte Wcnrke 1 Foreign Affairs Club 5 Ath letic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 5 VERNER ABRAHAMSON To relax from his part-time job Abe turns to spectator sports football and basketball preferably Like most teen agers he likes popular music His plans are indefinite but he 15 considering some branch of the Armed Services CHESTER ABRAMCZYK This versatile young man lists his likings from th field of baseball t sketching and reading especially Somerset Maugham Although deep in his heart is kindled a desire for vuorld travel to sketch fam ous landmarks he plans to be come a public accountant Athletic Association 1 2 5 KATHERINE C ALAGNA Kathy: experience as a part time typist in an office will be of value to her when she be comes a private secretary Her spare time is vuell divided among swimming dancing golf tennis and dreaming of be coming a model Girs League I 2 3 Seno Advisors 5 junior College Club 5 Foreign Affairs Club 5 A Cappella Choir 1 Ath letic Association I 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 ROBERTA LEE ABRAMS Robbiek list of diverse activities and services is some evidence of her ability and success at NBI-IS. High scholarshipship, charming personality, and fine character, plus her interest in test tubes and the Bunsen burn er will help her to achieve her goal in science Honor Society 2 Vice president 3 Student Faculty Council 3 Girls League 1 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 junior College Club 2 5 Ofhce Worker Foreign Affairs Club 2 3 A Cappella Choir l Athletic As sociation 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 Senior Class Play 3 PATRICIA A ADAMOWICZ Oh gosh' thats Pal Am bitious and Jolly Pat IS glad when the papers announce skating today and when the records are many and popular Her future prospects are yet un der thoughtful consideration but she forecasts herself as either a secretary or office worker Girls League I 2 3 Senior Advisors 5 Athletic Association 1 Z 5 Girls Sports Club 1 ROBERT ALEKSIEWICZ Bob spends part of his spare time rooting for the New York Yankees and dreaming of be coming an explorer Earl Stan ley Gardiners mysteries trigue him but theres no mys tery about his plans they are for the Armed Services Boys Intramural Sports 2 Bee hue Representative 3 SHIRLEY JEANN E ALLARD Swimming playing the piano and roller skating are only a handful of Shzrls numerous in tere ts Upon graduation she for a career as a private secre tary If geniality leads to suc cess Shirley is well on her way Girls League 1 2 3 A Cap pella Choir 1 3 Athletic As sociation 1 2 5 Girls Sports u I 2 7 T fx 1 5 sb-sr YZ' I2 , My I , V , ' ' A ' . - , ' 1 . H l . . , . ' '. D ' I - . I X 1, V, Q ' ls , , . . I . , - , ,I s 1 1 - ., .. ' . 3 A alla A 1 S' E' i . A . e U ' H ,' 0 ' . ' ii, 5 . , la' ' . . . I I .I , . , 3 - .' s s 2 , 2, 3. ' ' - . . . . - . . , f ' . , u . - , , , - Q . D ' ' , ' . - 5 . ' , . - . - I h A A ' f ' ' ' ' ' in- hopes to enter TCC to prepare ' . ' A ' - ,Z ' . . - . 7 . ' 7 ' . . I . 'l' , , Q i r ' 1 - i ' - i I ' ll Y y I-Y fl ' ,L ' y H ' . ' , ' . 2 1 ,S o ' ' 1 if A , , 5 ' 3- ' D - L - L ' ' 5 - Cl b , , 3- , , 4 , , 5 ' ' ' n I - Y' 4 h"lt T' , X, 'cf N X 425 'il ,-AQ qi! -IAN ET M ANDERSON Lrfe IS what you make rt jane: phllosophy Nursmg at exther Hartford Hosprtal or St Francts represents her tdea of satrsfactory occupauon after graduatlon An ardent member of a local drum corps her secret hope rs to rom an ancxent corps Grls League 1 2 3 junror College Club 1 2 Office Work er l 2 3 Athletrc Assoclanon 1 2 3 Glrls Sports Club 1 MARSHA ALLING Maul: belreves one should Do unto others as you would have them do unto you Lxstenmg to records and readmg about the late james Dean are a few of her pet drversnons To enter the secretarxal held IS her am bxtron Grrls League Representatrve 3 Glrls League 3 Senror Advr sors 3 jumor College Club 1 Press Representauve 3 Ath letrc Assocratron l 2 3 Glrls Sports Club 1 PHYLLIS M ANASTASION Lrstenmg to the records of Nat Kmg Cole rs Phylr favorxte pastlme Her rmmedlate plans are to enter the professnon of nursmg I her hoped for travels around the world Pbyl wrll practlce the doctrrne of Gnve and you shall recelve Gxrls League l 2 3 Athletlc ssocnatton 1 2 3 Grrs Sports Club 2 3 KAREN GAIL ANDERSON Summer IS the season for Karen who looks forward to water skung Active rn church func tlons her wlllngness to help others her smcenty and her truthfulness are only a few of the admlrable qualltles that wrll asslst her rn her chosen career of nursing Student Faculty Councll 3 Grrls League Representatnve 1 2 G1rls League 1 2 3 Seno Advlsors 3 Jumor College Club Z 3 O Worker 1 3 Foreign Affarrs Cu 2 3 A Cappella Chou l 3 Ath etrc ASSOCIHIIOHI 2 3 Gxrls Sports u 1 Senror Class Play 3 ARVID H ANDERSON Sketchlng and drawrng have been Arur mam rnterests for several years He plans to make commercxal artwork hrs llfe nme occupatlon Although he partrcrpates m all sports base ball and basketball are hrs fa vorltes wlth pro lce skating hls secret arm ESTHER M ANDERSON A part tlme job at a local dress shop may help Esther reallze her secret ambxtlon to be a model Carryrng mrxed course she rs preparrng to en ter the secretanal world What ever she does her warm cor dlalxty wlll be appreclated Grtls League Representatlve 1 G L ague 1 junror College Club 7 3 Of hce Worker 1 A Cappella Choxr 1 Athletrc Assoclatron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 junxor Red Cross Representa MARLENE ANDERSON Monme whose ambmon rt rs to become a medrcal secretary lrkes danclng from ballroom t bop Besrdes these however she hnds her pleasure in cook mg The held of sclence chal ledges her currouslty chemistry partlcularly Girls Leaguel 2 3 Athletlc Assocxatnonl 2 3 Grrls Sports Clu 2 3 89 R in---' UN R RONALD ANDERSON Marme blology IS a field that attracts Ron at the present mme He xs however stxll probing POSSlblllIlCS rn other scnentrfic fields H15 exhaustlve expert ments rn marlne lrfe have made hxm an nmportant member of the New Brrtam Aquanum So cxety Athletlc Assocratron l 2 3 Mens College Club 2 3 Scx ence Club 3 Tropxcal Frsh Club 5' if 'I3 '44 f. 'Q 4 ' A , Y ' , 5. ' V' . ' ' ' U , . sr x .' . 1 . - . F1 . A . ' ' ' 4 . I ,a ,. -- - - Z, 3g irls' e , 2, 35 J 7111- . , . . Q A "' L ' A . . , I 3 . 1. A . .' . . y ,gs V V 1 , 1 V tive 2, 3g Senior Class Play 3. xl i ' , , L ' h ' ' ' ' , , 3 ' - ' " ' ,,L,': , , 9 ' , ' ' , , g l r Q ' ' 2, 3. ' 3 ' 1, 2, 3. 1, , 9 F562 , 4 ' ' 1 b , 1 . , . , .3 1 - Cl is , 2,' 32 ' ' r 4k ' V N V Q X . ?'QFZ 'ur--v DONALD FRED ASCARE Trnkerrng wrth stock cars and rarely mrssrng a race have made Splc popular among the stock car racrng set An outdoor man who loves flshrng and hrkrng he rs plannrng to become erther a chemrst or a hortrculturrst Press Representatrve 1 Ah letrc Assocratron 1 2 3 VICTOR H ANDERSON Hot roddrngs the greatest says Vu: whose partrcular rn terests are cars and swrmmrng Success rn college rs hrs rm medrate ambrtron after whrch he hopes to enter some field of forergn service or at home some phase of Y work Athletrc Assocratron 1 3 Foot ball Squad 1 Boys Intramural Sports 1 JOHN ARDUINI To Hunlzng john lrfe rs lust a ball sometrmes rts football sometrmes IIS basketball and sometrmes rts baseball Wrth hrs combrnatron of agrlrty and conscrentrousness rt rs probable that hrs dream of becomrng a gym rnstructor wrll come true ball Squad 3 Boys Intramural Sports 3 Baseball 2 ROBERT W ATHEARN Whether musrc rs syncopated or smooth rt finds a ready lrs tener rn Bob He also enyoys rrdrng whether rt be auto mobrle boat or arrplane makes no drfference to our travel hungry wanderer At N B General Hosprtal he works part trme MARIE A ARENA The dome trc dutres of a Ham frau are especrally appealmg to Ree desprte the fact that she rs takrng a cornmercral course Rudyard Krplrngs Wtlt rngs and Marlo Lanzas songs hold a specral fascrantron for thrs future homemaker Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club I 2 3 Stu dent Faculty Councrl 1 Grrls League 1 2 3 RONALD WALTER ASAL Two dates rate crrcles on Ron alds calendar the openrngs of the huntrng and frshrng seasons Avrd sportsman that he gettrng up at cocks crow rs fun to hrm Lrke Abou Ben CHESTER AUGUSTINE Che! rs a jazz enthusrast wrth a knack for creatrve wrrtrng vshrch perhaps developed from hrs readrng Poes works Al though Chez rs also adept at brllrards at present hrs ambr tron rs to go to college K' L., 14 MATTHEW A AUGUSTINE Thrs agreeable young man has modern tastes rn musrc and lrt erature He rs rnterested rn scrence whether to become a pharmacrst or an engrneer he rs not certarn He has had some experrence rn a pharmacy Student Faculty Councrl 1 Key Club 2 3 Mens College Club 2 Treasurer 9 Der Deutrcbe Verezn 2 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club 3 Beebwe Alternate Rep resentatrve 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Boys State 56 N ii. 'U Cl Auf f E A D . ' I ' I . . , l, , F , , ' . , ' Sv Y I . ' , - 1 l l D 'x V ...ia is K l , J I c ' 1 Q' 12 Q t ' - , .., s I ' Q ' A . -p it 1 QW Athletic Association lg Foot- Adhem," he leads all the rest. C X s , - 5 , I .x P , 'I Qi' ' g t - g- l ' - R I 3 f ,U Q. p - ' A , . ff Y t ,f' I ' I ,fe jaw 3' sy . ' .3 . 9063:- DAVID ALAN BAILEY The silver wings of the Air Force may soon be a part of Dave: regular attire For now hammers and saws are his close companions for carpentry and wood working are his major in terests with cars taking a close second Beebne Representative 3 Q? if in l JOSEPH 1. BACKIEL Right now it looks as though joe'J interest in drawing and mathematics is going to prompt him to be a draftsman. "It al- ways could be better" is his interpretation of accomplish- ment. With that in mind, he will strive for the top. Press Representative 3g A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 35 Review of '55, lg Review of '56, 2. GARY E BACKLUND Gary who hnds pleasure playing pool has the secret ambition of becoming a rich playboy I-Ie is now taking an academic course and upon gra duation plans to service Uncle Sam by joining the Army Athletic Association 1 2 VINCENT A BALLESTER A Goodwin Tech student Vm me has directed his interest in woodworking toward carpentry experience which opens the way nicely for his future voca tion He also enyoys singing with a local musical club To own his own construction com pany is Vinnie! goal 'ix sv-1? 15 JOAN BACKUS joaniek hobby is collecting stuffed animals - tigers, cats, dogs - inanimate perhaps, but nevertheless treasurable. She al- so has a collection of Fatt Do- mino's records she prizes. Secre- tarial work is shown in the crystal ball for joanie after graduation. Girls' League 1, 2, 35 Athletic Association I, 2, 3g Girls' Sports Club 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR P BAGDASARIAN One of our active athletes Buggy centers his interests around sports and coaching With various experience working in the community Ar thur has taken an academic course in preparation for col lege where he will major in physical education Football Squad 1 2 3 Basket ball Squad I Boys Intramural Sports 2 JOAN TERESA BARAGLIA Listening to Stan Kentons pro gre sive ,azz records dancing ice skating and leading the O Rilley s Lassres as a mayorette constitute some of Hontz J main interests She is planning to enter the held of accounting at Bryant College after graduation Athletic Association I 2 Girls orts Club I 2 3 Gr League 1 2 3 il- QE' DAVID BARNES David s smile and energy leave him with little to be desired He is following his school course with plans to become a teacher Daves part ttme lob supports his car and also will help send htm to college Men s College Club 3 Foreign Affairs Club 2 3 4 . i , A , in . Q . s , ' rn ' 1 M rl V . , ' D W V, rr , i i I r - a In ' I ' r .7 S . , . , - 1 - I ' ' , l r Y r , - r , . t . . Y V . . - . , . l , ' . . , A , - - . . I . . Y. , . . . - I ' i i I ' v ' SP , , Q 1 IS ,' U- "' ww , - I f at i"7ff,1:l f 'A' O t , 1' - .N Q"cf f ' t, ' F , t - . A I a 3 ,, I ' C Y- 1 . A ' 5 I T Q' P " , - ,Q2,'fQfm.m 4, N I V' rszyi v f ., - ' M " REGINA L BEDARD Reggre is concentrating on stu dies to prepare her for a future in office vsork In her leisure listen to the recordings of Nat King Cole whom she lists as her favorite singer Student Faculty Council 2 Girls Leaguel 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 Athletic Associationl 2 3 Girls Sports Clubl 7 3 ROBERT BARROWS Bolfr keyword is sports. Al- though he lists baseball as his favorite sport, he made the headlines as varsity quarterback. Although his plans are uncer tain it looks as if his athletic record might have something to do with his decision Athletic Association 1 Football Squadl 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 3 Baseball Squad l 2 Capta1n3 ELIZABETH BARTON One of our most diligent and genial seniors Betty has the skillfulness and drive to get things accomplished In her leisure time she gains satisfac tion from playing the piano dramatics and music She plans to mayor in speech therapy in college Student Faculty Council 2 Girls League Representative 1 Girls Leaguel 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 Junior College Club 1 2 President 3 Office Worker 1 Foreign Affairs Club 2 3 Associate Editor Beelme Staff 3 Beehue Representative 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Clubl 2 3 Am phron Club 1 2 juntor Red Cross 2 3 Senior Class Play 3 SUZANNE BEGIN A smile on her lips and laugh ter in her eyes best describes this bus irl Far Sl hted Susie mother in the Class of 57 Be fore that she may be a labora tory technician Girls League Representative 1 junior College Club 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 A Cappella Choir I Athletic Association l 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 7 3 Senior Class Play 3 'N fob "5-sl RITA M. BEAUDOIN Rini: favorite saying, "You won't hurt a smile by cracking one " describes her attitude. She uses her knowledge of office work in a part time bookkeep ing Job which is giving her invaluable experience for a fu ture secretarial career Girls League 1 2 3 Nurses Aid 2 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 RICHARD JOHN BECKIUS Likable Rzcb is a good team man as he demonstrates as guard on our Varsity Basketball Team Tennis football bill iards any sport Rzch may be counted in despite a part time yob College or Marines is his next step Student Faculty Council Repre sentative 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Basketball Squadl 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 JANET D BELIVEAU While French cuisine is sug gested by her name jan has a penchant for Italian spaghetti shire she quickly found a yob as salesclerk which she hopes to exchange for one in an office Girls League I 2 3 Sen ot Advisors 3 Girls Sports Club av' 45" 'NCI' PHILIP H BELOIN Even though Phil is active in various school affairs he spends hours at the YMCA where I-Ie is undecided as what his future occupation will be but Dartmouth College is right around the corner Athletic Assoctation 3 Boys Intramural Spottsl 2 3 Sen not Class Play 3 Nutmeg Boys State Student Faculty Council 7 Key Club 3 Mens College Club 7 3 Foreign Affairs Club 4? 16 A , , 1 ' - ' - I A - 1 . . I . 0' 1 n Q ' ' . ' . I 1 D 1 s I v , , , . ' 1 s -" 1 r ' . ' ' , , , , , 2, 3. , y . , . . . , . ' ' ' ! . I V . , I , . - . , I - ' 4 . '. By. L , , . I . h I I l' " 1 , A in - - - 1 , 1 . . . . . Sk . ' I fl 7 . - , A E . lv I ' 1 D l i i Y , , . A t . - 2, 3. C I , , l , ,' , fi 4 1 1. '35 , , Z ' - . . . H . i . I 3 . ' . A ' Vg- -g ' , hours, she likes to dance and hopes to be the first grand- Coming here from New Hamp- basketball is his major interest. ' ' 3 P Y . . I y . , ' I - Y , . - . . , . . . ' ' I . - . 3 3 .I 3 V .i . . I . 3 i ,I Y . ' ' 3 . . .- V ' ,A , 3 t ' 3 . sg '. Q Q., ,,s Q ' 1,2,3. ,,: - ,-, - , I , . , , ,L V , Q - -, 9 . -Q an I -, I 2, 3. . . Q 5 sz . 3 in l, t W' 1 ' I V ' rl J, J Q , A '7,t':,li- ,f 1 , 'Q.f-wi x ,2':ii-i JT X91 YN" FRANCES BIELUCZYK Fran well groomed and smartly attired classmate has liking for popular music and dancing Her efficiency and Y 8 ids to her in het chosen oc cupation as a medical secretary We shall always remember her husky voice Girls League 1 2 Alternate Representative 3 Athletic A5 sociatron 1 Z 3 Twirlerettes l KENDAL BENGSTON Kendal, better known to her friends as Ken-Candy. lists music as her hobby and sing- ing as her future profession. An avid play and movie goer she is doubtlessly picking up valu able pointers to aid her in her career A Cappella Choir 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 irs League 1 2 3 BARBARA A BERNIER Both popular and classical mu sic find a ready listener in Barb She has a secret ambition to become a singer however she is choosing her courses in preparation for becoming a pri vate secretary to some lucky businessman Girls Leaguel 2 3 Athletic Associationl 2 3 Girls Sports Cu I 2 3 GERALD S BIONDI Banff quick smile and ready Hi make him a personable figure around school His en thusiastic and carefree manner side which Bonj shows when he talks about becoming a me chanical engineer after colle e Student Faculty Council 2 Beehzzr Repre entative 3 Press Representatrve 2 Athletic As sociation 1 2 3 Track Team 2 Boys Intramural Sports 2 N--A PRISCILLA A. BERTOLINE There's a burning intensity in Priscilla who aspires to college and to travel. The fine arts absorb much of her attention, along with golf and skiing. An individualist, she is neverthe- le's a highly sociable person A Cappella Choir 1 Athletic ssociation 1 2 3 irs Sports Club 1 2 3 Junior Red Cross 2 Amphion Club Play 1 Girls League Repre sentative 2 3 Girls League 1 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 junior College Club 1 3 Foreign Af fairs Club 2 3 Beehlze Staff 3 DANNY W BIANCHI Dan has not decided in what vocation he would like to make his first million but he feels most at home in the woods with a rifle at his side or reel ing in the big one that didnt get away FILOMENA J BISACCIA Mambo tango and calypso beats Fill the air when Fzl is near for Latin American mu sic is her delight She not only on her accordion As a music supervisor or orchestra leader she should be popular with her students and public Girls Leaguel 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 3 Athletic Assocla tion 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 Bowling Manager 2 Swim ming Manager 3 'PWD- BRUCE ROBERT BLAIR Bruce whose middle name could well be cars wants to become an excavating contrac tor I-Iis special ambition to become a car customizer and mechanic stems from the fact that he enjoys spending his spare time puttering around cars and motors Athletic Association 1 2 5 Boys Intramural Sports 2 Clk in i' .ff h Y ' ' . . , a , . . . . 1 ' ' A . , 3 G 1' ' , . bs 1 ' , 5, , . L G 1 . ' . , ' , , . . y Q U . i , 9 Q. . I Q . - 1 2 ' - - , . i I . ' ' ' r ,V H., I . In . . . . v . ,U I i , 5 . l , , C lb , , . 7 a - l -Y I . - , ,. . . , I1 ' rv - . Y - 4 V . V, ' . . . . - - -, A - v ' ' ' 1 - I . . . . neatness will alwa s be reat sometimes covers the serious listens to it, but also plays it a I , ' , , . v 3 - ' v . . 0 . . . . D ' , ' v - . - . I r I . .I . 4 , , 4 H I S 3 , , 5 U . , 9 . , H 3 I - - A I ' - S V - - I i as . , , 1 , H, Q . Q - 1 I ' . Y l ,I . . '5' in . V L ' ' 'V . if ,X if A I V I F2,InA4g. C 4 'I7 5 15 JOSEPI-IINE M BONAIUTO lo J favorite pastimes are listen mg to popular music and dancing She has been working part time in a dental office and after graduation she plans a career of office work as a typist or as a secretary Girls League 1 2 3 JOYCE VALERIE BLYE As a witch's potion bubbles steadily, so does -Ioyce's anima- tion appear to do likewise. Swiming? Ice skating? Pop mu- sic? If it spells good lively fun, Joyce is interested. In her crystal ball of the future college is plainly defined and travel dimly Athletic Association I 2 3 Girs Sports Club 1 2 3 Amph1onClub1 Girls League 2 3 Representativel Junior College Club 3 Office Worker 1 Foreign Affairs Club 3 LOUISE RITA BOCWINSKI In preparation for her career as a private secretary Lou is taking a commercial course and working part time as a typist at American Hardware Com petent and always ready t smile she will be an asset to any business office Girls League 1 2 3 A Cap pella Choir 1 Girls Sports C 1 2 3 SALVATORE BONOLA Sal is planning to pursue a career as a fire fighter an oc cupation in which his participa tion in track events should come in handy To become the gracious host of his own swank night club is Salt secret am bition A Cappella Choir 1 Football Squad I Basketball Squad 1 3 Track Team 1 3 Boys In tramural Sports 1 DOLORES BOGOVIC "On with the danceg let joy be unconfined!" Dee advises. Were life all music and motion, it would be heaven for Dee. The reality of earth however holds her to the choice of secretary ship after graduation Girls Leaguel 2 3 Nurses Aide l 2 3 Athletic Associa tion 1 2 3 Senior Class Play 3 ANSON LOUIS BOICE Burch a held and stream man has not definitely planned for the future His philosophy of life could be summed up in the words Whatever will be will b The simple pleasures of hunting and fishing suffice to satisfy him MICHAEL BONZAK A friendly and happy senior Mzke has a secret yearning to be a test pilot Seriously he intends to train for a career as an aeronautical engineer While this involves pencil work his original sketches are more in teresting to his acquaintances Athletic Association 1 2 3 Basketball Squad 2 Boys I tramural Sports 1 2 3 Mens College Club 3 Beebwe Rep resentative 3 I in I8 Q ' - ' 33 ', is , 'fs' LEO BORDEN Buddyr excellence in the field of sports has made him quite well known about the school Despite his athletic prowess however he intends to make a scientists lab and test tubes his goal not the olive wreath of the Olympics Student Faculty Council Repre sentative 1 Athletic Association 3 Football Squad 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports I 2 3 ,36- I 'ar' - . ' 1 1 3 'hs ' - - .t E . J r 1 , , , xi I 1 , , g 1 9 . , , 1 y - 'X A f 1. A , y S - I , ., 1 ' 5 Q . , - , y ' ' v I x f 1 1 'X l . ' r ' ' s I .TX o .. . - f - - , . f N ' . e." ' -w' s f Q ' - , lub , , . ' ' ' ' - ' - . . , . ' - ! ' . . r .- . , . . - . - . I . I ' ' . ' - 1 A I I . . ' I 1 , . . . ' ' 1 . . . I . . ., , ' - ' I 1 v I . . . . . - D I . ' 1 q , , I ' . . 3 ' 7 3 . - . . - . ' . - ' 9 'T' 9 . , .. . 'Q A v Gr A 'Q 6 Q lf ,Q " 5 Q es. 4 E ,iff- Win' 98 in-n-r SANDRA ANITA BRUYN Possessmg a natural flanr for de slgnlng and sewmg Sandy has hopes of entermg the fashxon field as a retarl buyer after col lege Her phxlosophy Share and share alrke undoubted lv, stems from bemg a branch of a twm tree Gxrls League Alternate Repre sentatxvel 2 3 Sen1orAdv1sor 3 junlor College Club 3 Der Deulrche Verem 3 Semor Class Play 3 ELAINE M BRADLEY By worklg part ume at Memo nal Hospltal Brad IS laymg the groundwork for a career 1n nursmg after college Her spare txme after nurstng and study w1ll have some room for the sports she llkes from ping pong to held hockey Glrls League l 2 3 Seno Advisors 3 Girls Sports Club EARL HENRY BRAZEAL An excellent ham radlo opera tor Earl has already acquired experlence as a TV techmcxan A Commumcatxons Ofhcer nn the NBCD he has an mqulrmg mmd vnhlch jomed with a gra cxous manner wlll BSSISI htm ln electrlcal englneerxng Red and Gold Staff 3 Press Representatlve 3 Press Club 3 R3dlO Club 1 2 3 JOHN M BRZEZINSKI Walls are not for johnny who l1kes the freedom of the deep woods Preferable to a ma chxmsts post for hlm are the pursults of huntmg and hshmg Even m the matter of part tlme employment he chose to work 111 an orchard ELEANOR BROWN To sew a hne seam or to cook a good meal IS Tagr delxght so lS skatmg and dancing too Although she has consldered firstaxd nursing as a desirable career she expects to become a haxrdresser Glrls Leaguel 2 Athlet1cAs socxatxon 2 3 PHYLIS ANNE BRUYN Somewhat on the mdependent slde Phyl works part tune tn a local coHee shop For recreat1on she prefers horseback ndmg and photography Her sk1ll rn dress makmg tres ln mcely w1th a wish to be a dress desxgner Gxrls League Representatlve 2 Semor Advlsors 3 Music Club A Cappella Choir l 3 Twrrl erettes 2 3 ARLEN E E BUCHOLZ Hot D1ggety rs not only a song but also Arlr favorxte e press1on As her favorxte past trmes she lrsts skatmg and dancmg A part tlme yob a office ts preparmg her for her future career as a secretary Gtrls League l 2 3 A Cap pella Chou l Athletic Asso cratxon 1 2 3 Ta 'cd' DAVID A BUCKLAND Dave: scope of mterest ranges from hrs equestrxan to phnlatxst actrvmes and mcludes baseball track bowlmg and traveling CHe attended Heldelberg High Schoolj After graduatron Dave hopes to recexve engmeenng trammg nn the Air Force 1' I9 Q ' A-Q E A .J - - D, . M xx ' . 3 . ' ' , , 1 if . - ' ' ' ' ' 1,2,3. Xp, 1 . jpg , . v - V ,. . 'IN' , , 3 . fs , , , ' " I - , - x . , . . - - l . X ' l A I . j 'La xg if 'V L D! I . ' 1 T 'f . 5 5 a n ' gm ' 1 n - ' ' X: ' 3 2 h 4 ' I ' - 7 .. - .. . I . ' u - . . . .3 . . . , , Q Q . - V. H - . . . - m f ' - , ' . . ! ' 3 . . 3 s . . , l' X 'J' V? ' K' , f ff? 'Els 7 A' A IU' tl 1" I agp? 'E' BERNARD CALLAN One of the quieter members of our class Bernie plans to attend E C Goodwin Technical School after graduation If his present plans are fulhlled New Bri tains industry will be aug mented by this industrious young machinist THOMAS H. BUGNACKI Tom? ambitions and interests revolve around raising the de- lightful little animals that girls love to wear. Tom is planning to operate a mink ranch of his own, but in the meantime has settled for a part-time job on someone else's. Athletic Association lg Boys' Intramural Sports 1. GERMAINE BUKOWSKI If Gerryr plans materialize af ter graduation she will enter nurses training to follow in the steps of Florence Nightin gale To keep fit but mostly iust for fun she enjoys the lift and easy freedom of danc g and roller skating ,tudent Faculty Council Girls League I 2 3 Athletic Association 1 2 MARY ANN CAMERON Sometimes quiet and somewhat shy Mary Ann gets about bit surprisingly she lists rock n roll records as her top like with dancing very close Yellow roses rank too tarial field does not invite her shell ioin some branch of the Armed Services If the secre Grls League 1 College Club 3 Nurses Aid 1 2 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Beehive Representative 3 Press Representative 1 Athletic Asso ciation 1 2 Twirlerettes 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 2 3 Junior MARY JANE BUONAFEDE Bonnie? realistic ambition is to get married or, if some young man doesn't come along quickly, to work in a business office. Besides collecting stuffed animals, playing tennis, and lis- tening to popular music, Bonnie has a job after school. Girls' League 1, 2, 31 Senior Advisors 35 A Cappella Choir l, 2, 35 Senior Choir 35 Usher, Review of '55, 15 Usher, Re- view of '56, 25 Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 35 Girls' Sports Club 1, 2, 3, Women's Chorus. BARBARA C CACCAMO Barbaras varied interests in clude singing dancing golf and playing the piano especially the pieces of Beethoven and Rach maninoff With her enthusiasm and ambition Barb should do well in the field of medicine to which she aspires Student Faculty Council 1 Girls League 1 2 3 Junior C ege Club 1 2 3 r Deutrche Verem 3 Foreign Af fairs Club 2 3 Press Repre sentative 3 A Cappella Choir 1 2 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Twirlerettes 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 THOMAS VINCENT CAREY Whether theres a connection between Tom J park department yob and his saying When the grass is green we dont know We do know however that opposition football teams would as soon see him on the bench as playing the guard position Athletic Association 1 2 3 Football Squad 1 2 3 Track Team l Boys Intramural Sports j' GUY CARL CARLONE Give this guy a camera and he will make good use of it Not only does he study composition and other techniques of photo graphy but develops his own film You may have guessed his future occupation alia 20 , 1 , i I ,- , I i J' l , . ,HW k , . . . I ,W - , , . H 'E ' . . J 9 I- ' x , . . . , TL . ' ' . ' W ,5 ' . P - 5 ' ii vs' 3 I , . A , , 4 ie 2 i - oll , , 9 De i V ' x ' - ' li 4 . 2 ' 1 if 3 3 y , S . ' ' -- -V , if fi ,S . . 3 1 . is , 9 r y ' , f fffif - . . ' ' ' 3L2.gi,, -5 I - 1:,.fz at 1 i ' , 3 2 ' ' n '. . ' ' v , u - In - u , v ' ' V A y 1 ' . x ' ' ' - s 1 y ' . , , . V . U , . 1 , , 5 V , , Q ' U 5 U , 1 1 4 I Q 1, 2, 3. S . . - D , Q . 9 7 I ' gaetjt, V , X , , ' M ' LT ffiifiif ' A ,ic , r in - . H - Lk .. 'Q -N s .V lazl V, ' Q ,S A 'few' , Q 'lb'-fha CAROLE CARNEY Reading and skating are among Caroles favorite pastimes Her l Klebes occupies a good deal of her spare time Caroles greatest desire is to become an airline hostess Girls League Representative 3 Girls League 1 2 3 junior College Club l Der Deulrcbe Verem 2 3 Foreign Affalrs Club 3 A Cappella Choir l 9-v. MARY ROSE CAR LOZZI Although dancing and listening to popular records crown Mary's list of pleasures she has found time to take active part many school organizations She is giving consideration to be coming a dental hygemst Girls League Representative 1 Girls League 1 2 3 Juno College Club 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Clubl 2 3 Amphron Club l junior Red Cross Representative 3 DIANNE J CARLSON Sborzg r ability to play the vio lm and her vsrllingness to work have been a great asset to the school orchestra some experience ofhce work she is continuing her studies to be a medical sec retary Along with part time Girls League 1 3 Representa tive 7 Senior Advisors Z 3 A Cappella Choir 2 3 Orchestra 1 3 Follies of 54 1 Athletic ssociation 1 Z 3 Grrs Sports Club 1 2 3 Sen Class Play 3 MARIE D CARPENTERI As a nurse in Anlzgone Marie was playing the role to which in her work in a convalescent hospital She has set as her goal to be the best pediatric nurse on earth Girls League I 2 3 Seno Advisor 3 Athletic Association 2 3 Senior Class Play 47' 21 JOY MARILYN CARLSON V Among joy's varied interests are swimming dancing and read- ing novels Although Joys sec ret ambition is to be an editor of a lonely hearts column her good natured willingness will help her to succeed as a private secretary Girls League 1 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 Girls Sports Club JUDITH LEE CARLSON Always on time always pre pared always serene thats Judy Dtscrrmmatmg in taste she likes Chopin in music and Thomas Wolfe in literature cosmopolitan in taste she also likes ,azz movies dancing She aspires to teach preferably in college Honor Society 2 Secretary 3 Student Faculty Council 2 Girls League 1 3 Representa tive 2 Senior Advisors 3 Jun lor College Club 2 3 Office Worker 1 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Editor in Chief Bee bwe Staff 3 Athletic Associa tion 1 3 Girls Sports Club 1 Treasurer 2 3 junior Red Cross Representative Senior Class Play 3 BETSY LEE CARROLL Carnegie may have had Betsy in mind when he wrote How to People Betsy plans to major in elementary education in col lege in preparation for teaching One of her favorite pastimes rs playing semiclassical music on the piano Student Faculty Council 3 Girls Leaguel 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 junior College Club 1 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 2 3 Beehwe Staff 3 Press Representative 2 A Cappella Choir 1 2 3 Athletic Associa n I 2 Qsg 1 WT? F ,Q SYLVIA CASSOLINO Holding the esteemed posttron of conductor of the A Cappella first woman President of the U S Not convinced that that is likely she is planning to train for service as an airline hostess Girls League Representative l Foreign Affairs Club 3 Music Club A Cappella Choir 1 2 3 Womens Chorusl 2 3 Sixth Period Chorus I 2 3 Re view of 55 '-ek I , , r , , , . . D - . 1 Q in IV' A I . . . . r Y . ' - 0 'xx , , ' . ' W , ' ' Z l ' u - 1 1 , , . 9 ' - . - , ,. g 1. r . D . '. ' ' . , . l - - 1, 2, 3. 5 v' V n ..rS"l, r ' ,121 ' I 1 - . - I , 1 ' . . . . T ' l Y, . . . . ' ' Q S ' " ' , . . ' . ' in - ' ' is 'V 7 l r v s I Q 11 Q. ' . . ' 9 f 'Y - V , ' ' . . f '. ' A , , I - V 3 5 . Q 'H Y D 1 A ' I . . 3 -7 U ' . , . , . , . I ' . . I ! U v x ' I y . , ' . ' - A , , 5 ll - . 3 - - , , 5 ror ' ' , - , , , - l I 5 . . I . . I . , . - - ' ' after-school 'ob at Smith and she aspiresg she plays it further Win Friends and Influence Choir. Syl would like to be the Y V H A I . H ' U I Y ' ' ' . . , . 1 I . , . , , ' V , - - 'I A. 4 1 y ' I - , 7 . l . ' . ' 3 . .I r ' . . .' 5, 5 - D V Vg . , I 5 : ' , 3 , Q . Q I , n I i ' , , 5 A - , Q D 1 . 1 . . A , , 1 - I tio p , , 3. A 'Ks -of' ' vwaf V 5 , A Y f. ' 3 Q, t . A 1 gg 1 " t "" f 13" . .3 Iv W M f,,,MT" ,rf Y. 1 f,'r gf 1 Nm K MARGARET CHMURA Peggy: experience in part time work at the New Britain Me morial Hospital is giving her a headstart in her chosen career of nursing Keenly interested in dramatics she served us ably as the assistant director of the Senior Class Play Girls League 1 2 3 Office Worker 1 A Cappella Choir 1 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 Amphion Club Play 1 junior Red Cross 2 3 DOROTHY F. CHARAMUT Pieces of blank paper tempt D0l'J' pencil to the designing of clothes. While this hobby satisfactorily fills some hours of baby-sitting, her serious ambi- tion lies in office work. As a change from sedentry work, she likes dancing swimming and archery Athletic Association l Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 rls League Representative 1 HILARY E CHARLAND Almost equally adept at play ing the clarinet oboe and saxo phone Hilary makes an avoca tion of music As a side in terest cars rate high It is the field of electronics however toward which he directs his ser ious hope Band 1 2 3 Pretzel Benders 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 GERMAINE CHOJNOWSKI Gerry has been taking a com mercial course with the mten tion of becoming a medical sec retary She likes tennis golf and evidently is devoted to the breakfast cereal Cheerios rep licas of which she uses to dot A Cappella Choir 1 Athletic Associationl 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 Girls League l 2 3 junior College Club 3 JOSEPH F. CHARLOW Traveling, swimming, skating and playing basketball constitute some of joe'r interests. Part- time work in one of our local stores has influenced his choice of a future vocation. joe is planning to attend Fairfield University to study business ad- ministration. Mens College Club 2 3 Ath leticAssociation1 2 3 Altern ate Athletic Association Rep resentative 3 Alternate Red Cross Representative 3 National Honor Society 3 FRANK J CHESKY Jn Despite a part time iob as a truck driver Chet has managed to serve the Varsity Football Team well The same effort he s spent on the gridiron will be devoted to the study of mechan ical engineering and draftsman ship Athletic Association 1 2 3 Football Squad l 2 3 ANTHONY L CIESZYNSKI Tony is a bright addition to our music department His quiet amiability is as pleasing as his musical ability on the clarinet His interests also include golf and radio electronics which might influence his thinking on Music Club 2 3 Band 2 3 Pretzel Benders 2 3 gg.. wx :tx 'l2""v LOUIS JOSEPH CIMADON Louze goes in for the blues and rock n roll He hopes in a few years to be in the blue as a graduate paratrooper of the Officers Candidate School yell ing Geronimo as he leaps from a plane 22 ' . 1 s n ' . . : G1 - . V , Q Q , h . , . 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S , . is' A 4 GAIL MARIE COLOSSA Gall rs takmg a commercral course wrth the hope of some day becomrng the operator of an IBM machrne Her after school job workmg on medical records at the hosprtal may have had some bearing on Garls vocauonal chorce A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc ssocratxon 1 2 3 nrs League l 2 3 Lrbrary Page 3 Alternate Press Representat1ve WALTER COELHO "Thar she blows"' To this na trve New Bedfordlte the ro mance of whalmg comes ahve He enjoys flshmg swrmmrng all water sports plus hlstory adventure all baseball Hell steer hrs course rn constructron and englneermg toward boat bulldmg Football Squad 2 Baseball Teaml 2 MARCIA BARBARA COHEN Marcxas recrpe for lrvmg seems to be Lnfe can be beautlful lf you take trme to observe To help make l1fe beautrful r rangmg furnrture plannmg color schemes for mterror deco raung wrll occupy her future after college Grrls League 2 Representatrve I 3 jumor College Club 2 3 Office Worker 1 Forergn Af fairs Club 3 Athletlc Assocra txon 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Senror Class Play 3 ROSE MARIE CONFORTO A twmklrng person Chnr keeps actlve by twrrlrng the baton and dancrng She fills some lersure tnme lrstemng to her favorlte atron she expects to undertake a secretarral career A Cappella Chorr 3 Twrrler ettesl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club G L ague I junior College Club 3 Library Page 3 DOLORES M. COLARESI lf Cbuckler is as amiable as her nick name suggests she should make a good arrllne stewardess As Dolores has acquired poxse and charm by srngxng and danc mg she may even fulfill her secret ambmon of being model Grrls League I 3 Representa t1ve 2 Oflice Worker 2 Ath leuc Assocratron 1 2 3 Twrrl erettes 2 3 Grrls Sports Club LEROY COLEMAN Leroys Interests vary from sports cars to the great out doors In close allrance wlth has rnterests rn cars 15 hrs ambmon to become an automotrve engr neer In order to mamtam hrs own car he works after school Mens College Club 3 Foreign Affarrs Club 1 2 3 Beebwe Representatrve 3 Press Repre sentatrve 1 A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 Presx dent Forergn Affairs Club 3 JUDITH T CONNELLY Judy our most avxd Yankee fan prrzes above all her letters and postcards from Allne Reynolds plus her numerous up Although her secret ambr non rs sports wrmng for practr cal reasons she wrll attend TCC Glrls Leaguel 2 3 Semor Ad v sors 3 Jumor College Club J Office Worker 1 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 A Cappella Chou' 1 2 Athletxc Assocxatron l 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 2 3 fx. 3 E' GLENN NEAL CONNOLLY Automanon seems to be Glenn s keyword Closely allied with hrs mterest rn automobiles especrally sportscars rs his rn trve engmeer Glenn s combma tron of perseverence sknll and mtellrgence should help htm to success Student Faculty Councrl 1 Key Club 2 3 Mens College Club 2 3 Der Deutrche Verezn 2 Presxdent 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Press Representative 3 Athletrc ASSOCIZIIOD 1 2 3 Representatrve-Nutmeg Boys States 'Jaan 'Q -Q17 .av bind' 23 . l . - - D . I X . ' . ' - A l 7 . . V , ' . - X 1 , 1 V , f" t y t ' ' . . . a ' ' . il D x 1 ' . . L - - 2 4 - ' ' 3 1 3 ' ' ' s Z l, 2, 3. I 4 , a - D l , . . - - ax G y . .- , . . . ' . f 2 ', , Q I , Z g - . ' . , ' Z , 1 'S , , 5- ' g - . I 1 ' ' . D I . . , ' 7 . I . - 1' - - - - y -Q - H A - . - - . , .. . . . . . , , . . . - . . , , . Y - , srnger,jon1 james. After gradu- scrapbooks of the Yankee lme- tcntron to become an automo- . , , . . ' . I . .- . Q . . . , . . ' '. ' . . ' I . . . . . L I V , . 9 . , - 1 5 I ' ' , . A ,.,sGl 1,2s1rlse ,Z,3: y A - : , , 5 as L 1 1 . Q , 4 l ' . ' ' .I . . ' 2. - L- . . L . ' 5 .5 . . 9 , , 1 , . . . , 5 A4 S . Q , 3 fa W m . 4 1? M' ' u f . j . I . I ' . :ff V . I .- . f . ,I 1 E fu A all - "l . fi 'il' SALVATORE CONTI JR RICHARD R COSTANZO hrs tuba rn the band but hrs ambrtron rs to be a TV camera man or an engineer just for fun he likes baseball erther as a player or as a Yankee fan Student Faculty Council 1 A Cappella Chorr 1 Band 1 2 3 Pretzel Benders 1 2 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 Track Team 1 Boys Intra mural Sports 1 2 5 Samr plans for the future rn clude a vrsrt with Uncle Sam You better believe rt says he perhaps referring to the srze of the one that got away for fish rng rs lrsted as hrs favorrte pas trme BRYAN WILLIAM COOK Wrth hammer and saw rn hand Cook plans to prepare for a career as a carpenter To see everyone lrvrng rn modern ranch type homes rs hrs de srre Hunting and fishing rank high among hrs hobbies JOSEPH J COUCHEVITZ after graduation rs to enter the U S Army perhaps with hrs rnterest rn drawing cartoons and animated hgures he wrll some day follow rn the footsteps of Walt Drsney and create a fu ture Donald Duck ROBERT F CORCORAN Since Bob as a sports wrrter would be favorably biased to wards the Red Sox and U Conn he has decrded rt safer to enter the field of retarlrng To gain experience he works part trme as a salesman and stock boy Boys Intramural Sports Bas ketball 1 DANIEL J cosonovli As one of New Brrtarns future busrness men Dan: hope rs to manage a store comparable in srze to that of G Fox Dans lersure hours are filled by cata logmg hrs collection of U S Stamps and by enthusiastic cheering for the Dodgers PATRICIA ANN COWLES shout typrcal of the pep and enthusiasm which has made Patty a fine cheerleader Patty collects popular records es pecrally those of her favorite star Perry Como Yeah Col lege' wrll be Pat: next cheer Alternate Grrls League Rep resentatrve 3 Grrls League I 2 3 Senror Advisors 3 Jun ror College Club 2 3 Office Worker 2 Forergn Affairs Club 3 AthletrcAssocratron1 Cheer leaders 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Clu 2 3 is T Agw- --9 'advsd JUDITH CRAIG happy hours as a Nurses Arde With her wrllrngness and com petence she should become an excellent trained nurse Judy enyoys lrstenrng to popular and semr classical music and read rng books by Edna Ferber Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advisors 3 Junior College Club 1 2 3 Office Worker 1 Forergn Affairs Club 3 Bee lmfe Staff 3 A Cappella Chorr 3 Athletic Assocratron 3 Na tronal Honor Society 5 015 Q- 24 I 3 3' ' 5 ' Q I if br: Qs. N -' 5 A In . . . - - ,I T . ' . ' A ' ' . Q ' 2' 'Q - 1 ' ' , . - , . -re I i n . . . . ' . . - gy' ,, xi ' . . . . ,V 9 9 Qick striyes for perfection on Although Joe? immediate plan "Let's go, New Britain" is a Judy has spent many busy and ' l A a l ' 1 . 9 ' l i - V 5 I 4 Q , Y 5 . . u . . , , 5 . - 21 35 ' 1 ' ' , ' 9 ' r - - ' , 1 'l l ' 4 1 b , . ' Q s ff w,J 1 ark- -1' in? sw PATRICIA L CRONIN Pam whose favorrte expressron rs sssst rs an avrd football fan She lrsts dancrng rce skat rng and lrstenrng to records as other rnterests Pnttzr part trme rob as assrstant laboratory tech nrcran rs helprng her prepare for her career Student Faculty Councrl Repre sentatrve 3 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 jurrror College Club 2 Forergn Af farrs Club 1 2 3 Beehive Rep resentatrve 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Twrrlerettes 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 JOHN L CROWLEY A rrng and a parr of gloves are enough encouragement for johnny to start boxrng but to relax from thrs strenuous ex ercrse he turns to car mech anrcs Rrght now he holds a part trme rob as a plumber JOHN FRANCIS CULLUM Jack feels at home makrng a Hyrng tackle or cloutrng a base ball for thrs athletrc mans mam rnterest revolves around sports Desprte hrs athletrc prowess though he rntends to enter the field of engrneerrng after college Mens College Club I A Cap pella Chorr 1 Follres of 54 Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 Football Squad 2 3 Boys In tramural Sportsl 2 3 Baseball Squad 1 2 3 ERNEST JOHN DAGATA Good natured and apparently easy gorng Erme rs a steady and competent worker serrous rn hrs rnterest rn electromc en grneerrng When the duties of a part trme yob permrt guns are hrs hobby and huntrng hrs relaxatron Student Faculty Councrl Rep- resentatrve 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 K 131 O90 Lug, uns.. EMIL PAUL DAGOSTINO ROY DENNIS DAHL DAVID HENRY DAINS MAUREEN ANN DALEY A mrghty Nrmrod Babe rs an ardent lover of autumn and of the woods College rs hrs near goal and a career rn electromc engrneerrng the goal on the far horrzon Out of season he partrcrpates rn rntramural sports Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 Forget rt says Denny that forget everythrng except gorgeous four wheel convey ances Whether hes behrnd the wheel or under the hood Den ny loves cars Soon he wrll transfer hrs rnterest to shrps srnce he hopes to become Naval Ollicer Press Representatrve 3 Ath letrc Assocratron 3 Beast and brrd had better ware when Dave enters t e forest for much practrce rn s favorrte sport of huntrng has made hrm qurte prolicrent to the future he hopes to come a tool and dre maker Student Faculty Councrl 2 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 fi 'M 25 v 5 Maureen a vrvacrous lrttle lass wrth an Irrsh sense of humor, rs a frrm belrever rn the trme- proven maxrm To have a frrend you must be one Fol lowrng along wrth her com mercral course she wrll enter the secretarral professron Grrls League Representatrve 1 Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsor 3 junror College Club 1 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 ST f r 'I I if: IH ' I . 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'hs-.M-I Yip' JULIA ANN DE ANGELO Dancrng lrstenrng to records swrmmrng and horse back rrd rng merely dent the surface of Judy: lrst of enthusrasms Thrs actrve young lady looks forward wrth optrmrsm to the rrgorous drsrplrne of berng model Grrls League I Assocratron l Sports Club 1 Class Play 3 3 Athletrc 3 Grrls 3 Senror RICHARD DALKOWSKI A superb pranrst and an ex cellent boat navrgator Dick hopes to become a great chem rst someday Although he rs armed wrth all thrs abrlrty Dick modestly pornts out If there rs a specral talent I havent found rt yet Football Squad 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 J' 4,115 1... 'V' X' 7'V JW SAMUEL JOSEPH DAMATO A belrever rn rndrvrdual enter prrse Tex rs lookrng forward to the day when he rs owner of hrs own tool and dre makrng es tablrshment The sports rnter ests of thrs Goodwrn Tech co operatrve student rnclude base ball football and basketball BEVERLY T DeMANUEL Between school actrvrtres and a part trme job Bev rs kept on the go yet she finds trme for prano playrng and lrstenrng to records Her quret but fun lovrng personalrty makes her a natural for her chosen pro fessron of nursrng A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 Student Facul ty Councrl 1 Grrls League 1 2 3 junror College Club 3 PATRICIA HELEN DAVIES a whose cordral presence rs felt by all around her plans to enter art school upon gradua tron As she has developed an apprecratron for western musrc she uses the prano to demon strate rt The novels of Edna Ferber are among her favorrtes Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 DrA'NIA DEE DAVIS Conscrentrous and perseverrng Dee rs a serrous student For recreatron she chooses readrng and not the lrght varrety' On both the prano and cello she rs an accomplrshed player After college she hopes to make a career of musrc makrng Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Forergn AHarrs Revrew of 55 1 Grrls Sports Cu 1 2 3 PATRICIA M DeMAURO Although Puffy fancres becom rng an rnterpretrve dancer and srrrger a posrtron as an execu trve secretary rs her rmmedrate goal Whrle on the dance floor Palsy lrkes Krtty Kallen down rn the gym thrs versatrle mrss lrkes smash the brrd around Grrls League Representatrve 1 Grrls League 1 2 3 Beehwe Representatrve 3 Athletrc Asso cratron 1 2 5 Grrls Sports Cu l 2 3 1'- 26 it' Q-9? js PETER CARL DeSENO A present part trme truck drrv er Carl hopes someday to be a professronal auto racer Hrs prrmary love rs racrng sport cars In hrs spare trme Carl occupres hrmself by utrlrzrng hrs artrstrc abrlrty to favorable advantages A ' A . .- P' - ' R A 1 1 W In " f ' Y. 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I -rg 1 K Q if Q 'QS QE NORMA R DIZZIA An ardent student of the prano Norm especrally enjoys playrng popular songs She has kept herself busy by partrcrpatrng rn dancrng swrmmrng and roller skatrng In preparatron for a future clerrcal Job rn a local office she .has taken a com mercral course Grrs Leaguel 2 3 AQN I7 iv W BARBARA ANN DEUTSCH Takrng an actrve role rn school actrvrtres and workrng part trme Bafb finds days full She plays the prano for her own enjoyment After graduatron her plans wrll lead her to col lege where she wrll mayor rn elementary educatron Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsots 3 Junror College Club 1 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club 3 Press Representatrve 1 2 A Cappella Chorr 1 2 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club I 2 3 Womens Chorus 1 2 Amphron Club 1 ANDREW B DeVOKAITIS Wrth a wrde background and a natural talent Andy mrght be come a famous cartoonrst He serrously desrres a career rn the comrc book rndustry Devotrng much trme and effort to thrs end he rs well on the way to success Baseball JV Squad 1 GEORGE E DOONAN One of our NBHS trackmen George never seems to have a care rn the world Stamp collec trng and golf are hrs favorrte pastrmes College hes next rn the rmmedrate future after whrch he wrll enter the en grneerrng held A Cappella Chorr 1 2 3 Ath letrc Assocratron I 2 3 Track Team 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 3 Student Faculty Councrl I 2 3 Mens College Club 1 2 Der Deutxcbe Verem 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club ANNA B DrCESARE Fools fear to chooses rn the for her hours novels rush rn where angels tread says Ann who a conventronal mrd way chorce of secretaryshrp career For free alone she chooses hrstorrcal regardless of therr per rod or mam character Grrls Leaguel 2 3 VITO DrPINTO An avrd sports fan Vrto es pecrally enyoys the outdoor pas trfnes of fishrng and huntrng Better luck next trme rs hrs analysrs of farlure A future tool and dre maker hrs part trme job keeps hrm well occu pred Boys Intramural Sports I MARY ANN DRZYMALSKI Butch rs a petrte mrss nrmble of foot and nrmble of mrnd Notwrthstandrng her skrll rn tap shoes or her fondness for golf or her part trme ,ob or her several talents she has de crded to become a medrcal secretary Grrls League Reptesentatrve l 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Junror College Club 3 Office Worker 1 2 5 A Cappella Chorr 1 2 5 Follres of 54 Revrew of 55 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 IDD 13' Q4 "1-2: DANIEL DRZALA Although Sams rnterest re- volves around sports wrth foot ball leadrng the lrst musrc rn the pop freld especrally Perry Comas also pleases hrm An opportunrty to prove hrs mettle at U Conn rs hrs goal for after graduatron Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 3 Tennrs 1 Football 1 2 '27 27 I . , I . . .. 1 1 as . , .. 1 ' - I I 'I . 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Y I Y I 1 9 n . 1 I - 1 ' ' 1 9 7 - I 1 ,,-' ' It , I , . xx E , I ' I , I, ii If I I , 1 . - Q,- HARRIET EISENSTADT Although Harrret fmds her part mme job as a telephone operator both lnterestmg and educatronal she ns plannrng a career as a prrvate secretary In what spare trme she has left Harrlet en joys relaxmg to the music of her record player Student Faculty Councll Girls League 1 2 3 Junror College Club 1 2 3 Athletlc Assocratron 1 2 3 Golf 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 "lr- DAVID DUBICKI Daze whose prxmary mtetest centers rn the Boy s Club and rn stnmulatmg young lads sportmg ideals IS an outdoor enthuslast enjoying travelmg f1sh1ng hunt mg and boatlng Followxng graduatnon he plans to attend college Athletic Assoclatxon 1 2 3 MARY ANN DUPONT Gmgy belleves 1n followmg her own phllosophy Face lrfe wxth a smnle Although her future plans are as yet undeclded the telephone company may add a new vorce after Mary Ann grad uates Her hobby IS rlnk roller skatrng Girls Leaguel 2 3 MARLENE FARRELL To catch a tuna or perhaps a sword fish on one of her fish mg expedltlons 15 Marr rdea of a thrnll When the f1sh are not runmng however she en loys dancmg or horseback nd mg Nursing wrll be her goal after graduatlon Grrls League 1 2 3 Senxor Advlsor 3 jumor College Club 2 3 Beehive Representative 3 fx 'Of qv- DONALD R ECKSTROM In the mterest of safety we hope that Don doesnt rnnx hrs pleasure and busxness The first IS water on whrch he lxkes to handle exther boat or fishmg rod The second IS elec trrc1ty hrs chosen field FAITH EISENSTADT Far removed from the stately mmuet the more actlve Cha Cha IS for Falth As an en thusrastnc spectator she often cheers on her favorite football and basketball teams The mu sxc of Txto Puerenta appeals to Falth Gxrls League 2 Representative 1 3 Junxor College Club 2 Grrls Sports Club 2 3 NANCY MARY FERRERO Smcere and serene Nan IS grateful for the radlo of whxch she IS a devoted fan and for m3g3Z1nCS of which she reads several For now she works m a local theater The next step IS st1ll undecrded Grs League 1 2 3 Gxrls Sports Club 1 3 28 3? ik film. "1 "D- ARNOLD FINN Amy IS a quiet young man who rs mterested xn tool and dle work He IS a harmonica player and photographer who enjoys the outdoor sports of hunting and fishing He plans to become a mechamcal en gmeeer Mens College Club 2 3 Def Deuzxcbe Verem 2 3 Forergn Affairs Club 3 Athletic Asso clatnon 2 3 Q5- fy fag W.- '1 z. - " ' - ' ' Q . . . , . . , l ' I U . U . . U U Q fl 1 . , , - - U . . . A v - ' ' , I 1 ' , ' , I U .. U , U Nui l ! 4 ,' ,' , " ,. 'ff' AY, In Y at Y is , ,Us . , . . .' . - 3 11 . U U . U' ' ' V 1 nf' A . . . U - U 3 I ' 7. I I L , . , . - I 7 ' U! -A U U U . . , U U. U ' U - , . . . U U x U U s ' . -' y U U , ' U U U r n ' ' 9 U U 1 ' - . - . U U , il. U U U . . U . U U ' U15 U Ur u Q v - U v 3 U , , 9 U :U U , :U U U , , 5 , 1 . U U 1 - U U , , 9 5 , - 3 I ' 4 33 1 .K N' ,V K' ,1 ' '43 , 1 va ff - A., NX I I 1- ,ai THOMAS FRAIOLI Tom: outlook upon lxfe rs rm plxe rn hrs quote I com planned of the shoes I had to wear untrl I met a man who had no feet Muslc from classtcal to rock nroll hrs hobby He plans a Navy career Athletlc Assocratton l 2 3 DOROTHY FLORKOWSKI Dome basketball manager of the Glrls Sports Club IS pon denng whether she should go to college or lom the Women s Arr Corps She also nour1shes the secret ambrtron of becom mg our hrst woman Presrdent Who knows? Grrs League 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 2 3 RICHARD FLORKOWSKI To prepare for hrs future pro fessron as a baker Chme now works part trme rn a bakery Hrs varred Interests range from coln collectmg to golf Photo graphy and developmg hrs own prctures rank hrgh among hrs favorxte pasnmes FREDERICK FRASCONA Fred! mterests vary from hunt mg to lrstenmg to rock n roll and from swlmmmg to xce skatmg Upon graduatmg from hrgh school Fred plans to en ter Uncle Sams Navy where he w1ll prepare for a future rn the lndustry of electrontcs Athletlc Assoclatron l 2 3 LOIS ELEANOR FOBERG Always on the move charac terrzes Lo for her philosophy Lxve each day as though rt were your last Enloyrng all popular musrc she ranks the recordmgs of jackre Gleason tops on her hut parade Lot ambmon rs a nurslng career Student Faculty Councrl 3 Gnrls League 1 2 3 Sen r Advnsors 3 Junnor College Club 1 2 3 Lrbrary Page 2 Office Worker l 2 Forergn Affairs Club 1 2 3 Athletrc Assocta t1onl 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 Gundance Helpers 1 MARCIA ANNE FOSTER The expenence of lrvrng abroad rs Marrbr great dream Swrm mrng skatxng and horseback rrdxng are the actrvrtres that are sure to keep her busy all year round Her future plan rs to become a nurse and prac trce rn Bermuda Gxrls League Representatrve 3 Grrls League l 2 3 junror College Club l 2 3 Nurses A Cappella Chorr 3 Athletnc Assocratronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Senior Class Play PRISCILLA C FREEDELL Grfted wxth a lovely vorce Rm spends a good deal of her trme on musrc srngrng playrng the prano and leadrng the Starlettes An outstandmg academrc rec ord and a charmmg personaltty are rnch assets toward her teach mg career Natronal Honor Society 2 3 Grrls League 3 Representauve 1 2 Senror Advrsors 3 Jumor College Club 1 2 3 Foreign Affarrs Club 1 2 3 A Cappella Choxrl 2 3 Starlettes 2 Con ductor 3 Senior Choir 3 Re vrew of 55 Athletlc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club M419 1' 4q,..f-q- RICHARD DONATO FUSCO The spell of publication s work has settled on Dzcle besides being on Beebwe staff h edrts a church newspaper As the held of physlcal scrence has captured hrs currosxty he plans to major rn thrs at college Student Faculty Councrl Mens College Club Vrce Pre 1 dent l 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 2 3 Beehwe Staff 3 Press Representative l 2 Scrence Club 3 Athletic As socratron 1 Z 3 'L' 29 Q-.ag Z , N. 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I .- t - - , . . . - . . l l lg 2, 3- , , , is ... 1 Q no '- ff' , . 6- g s- M 'UG an RICHARD H GASPARINI Butch may be called an out door man for hrs mam rnter ests center around swrmmrng football and frxrng cars Ob vrously the U S Navy wrll be rust the career for thrs rugged rndrvrdual although hrs secret ambrtron rs to be a hrgh school prrncrpal Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 BRENDA K GAGNER Chrefly rnterested rn cheerlead rng Bren devotes most of her trme to the squad That swrngs rs vernacular for her actrve lrfe she leads Her avocatrons are drvrded among dancrng swrm mrng skatrng and the asprra tron of enterrng the placrd pro fessron of nursrng Student Faculty Councrl 1 2 3 Grrls League l 2 3 Junror Col lege Clubl 2 3 Nurses Arde l 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Press Representatrve l 3 Ath letrc Assocratronl 2 3 Cheer leaders l 2 3 Grrls Sports Cu l 2 3 FRED GAINES Brooklyn bred Fred came rn january 56 brrngrng wrth hrm hrs basement laboratory and a better than good stamp collec tron Some day he may be the challenger on the 364 000 Chal lenge rn art more certamly hrs bent rs chemrcal engrneerrng Senror Class Play 3 ANN MARIE GENOVESE Ann rs takrng a commercral course rn preparatron fo a career as a secretary Her fav orrte recreatronal rnterests are dancrng and swrmmrng Oh' You re ltrddrng he fa vorrre comment doesnt frt her secret ambrtron to become a mrllronarre Grrls League 1 2 3 Junror College Club 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 A Cappella Chorr 2 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 AILEEN GALINSKI Lookrng for If Go down to the grrls gym Her skrll there makrng a basket shootrng a bullseye or cloutrng a base bass pornts naturally to her chosen career teachrng physrcal educatron Grls Leaguel 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club 2 3 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 Presrdent 3 BERNARD J GALLIHER Befmex motto rs Do unto others as you would have them do unto you Perhaps that rs the reason he works part trme rn N B Hosprtal Equestrran rsm ranks top among hrs hob bres The Arr Force rs hrs next goal after graduatron HELEN MARY GENOVESE A gracrous fun lovrng person Helen collects rhythm and blues records as a hobby Swrmmrng dancrng and skatrng are her sports rnterests Although Helen has the secret ambrtron to swrng from a Hyrng trapeze she plans to be a beautrcran Grrls League Alternate Rep resentatrve 3 junror College Club 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 Ath Ietrc Assocratronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Q-r jk 6 30 tina' haw gun-"7 H " g LEE ALF GERLANDER a member of Crvrl Defense Lee uses hrs knowledge of radro communrcatrons to good ad v tage Be ng a caused radr r ut 1 hob Hr among them he rn t rs realm I the ge h laui I0 study e ct o rcs 5 P Rad Qrupbr 24,5 fmhfefrc s ratron l 2 f LL K JY A Q 5 3' It R I I HM H , , ' 'V . 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Y r . 2 , r 3 VK r r - r r - k j qv AQ 'B-1 'l".::::v CARMILLIA M GIOIA Candy first grrl member of the C A P lrsts the patrol as her marn rnterest The Red Cross for whrch she has worked for three years follows closely Per haps wrth her rnterest rn flyrng her dream of becomrng a para troop nurse wrll materralrze Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club 3 Nurses Arde 1 2 3 Ath letrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Golf 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 Sen ror Class Play 3 ,ww 3 DOMINIC JOHN GIANNINI Fore rs a useful word rn Gemar vocabulary srnce much of hrs spare trme rs spent on the golf course Asrde from golf he enloys dancrng and cars Gema hopes to follow the foot steps of Ben Hogan after grad uatron Model Burldrng Club 3 Ath letlc Assocratron 1 2 3 THOMAS M GIEDRAITIS Versatrle rn rnterests Tom an amateur rnventor hopes some day to burld a flyrng saucer thus ardrng the development of avartron hrs chref enthusrasm To fulhll these asprratrons he asprres toward mechanrcal en grneerrng Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 Basketball Squad 2 Boys In tramural Sports I 2 Beehwe Representatrve 3 SAMUEL GIUMELLI Socralrze says Sam present mg hrmself as an actrve demon strator Hot rods partres and dancrng head hrs lrst of favorrte actrvrtres but hrs lrfe rs not all rah rah He also has a part trme job and srngs rn a quartet Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 31 FREDERICK GIGLIOTTI JR The core of Grgr rnterests lres rn sports especrally baseball basketball and hshrng He also has a keen rnterest rn progres srve ,azz Hrs ambrtron' To be a harr stylrst and to have hrs own salon someday Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 Base ball Squad I RICHARD GILLTTT Radro control and the construc tron of model trams and boats occupy Dick: free trme Thrs hobby bears drrectly upon hrs decrsron as to a career for Dzck wrshes to become an elec tronrc engrneer after college Athletrc Assocratron I 2 FRANK RICHARD GLASER In Pans domarn Frank enjoys the fascrnatron of hookrng a trout or trackrng deer When he rs not fishrng or huntrng how ever he enyoys watchrng a good football or basketball game Hrs plans for the future ae n dehnrte Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Mer lui I fl i KY MT" CEMACH GOLDSMITH Hrs part trme job as a salesman now may help Cem rn hrs ture work as a busrness execu trve When he rs not workrng he enjoys watchrng sports and tryrng to be another Stuart Crane by wtrtrng short storres Student Faculty Councrl 2 Mens College Club I 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 3 Press Club 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Senror Class Play 3 ll . V bl . ' I I I .. H A . . , . . 'T - ,.,. - ' . . ' 'A X I A I , I - I ,7 - ' , I . l . . . X - A .f I I J 7 7 I II MEIN m - D , 5 ' Q - I , , - . Q x I I' V , , . , I ' D , , I - , -. I , . . . If IX s . . . . . - , - - 7 Q, A . . . I r ll, 3 . . ' . , I I . . V . I , qv . . . I I I I I I AI I ' ' V ' ,, ' . , 3 . , . A, , , ' ,f QI , env, 'X .bog -1 j , r 0. , 3 N I I - .I . I.. II I , . . . I . . I I I - I - I ., - ru- . I , I ' - I Y I I I I I 'I I ' - . . . . . . , - ' . y . , . . I . - , , I I r I ' - ' . - ' . r i - ' ' . . .' ' ' Q r - 1 1 v .' . 3 CI I I r r L ' g , I I , , 5 S , g ' . I , . 2 - i f ' 3 vu, 432 '51 ' 4, ' I ' A , ' , we I ,I yy If 151.7 , . , , ,V ' 'ef-,-4' .YS f l ROBERTA JANE GRANT While many girls dance and listen to pop music for hobbies Bobby would rather cast her fishing line or hte her gun in the woodland wilds Her plans for after graduation focus on a career as a business woman Girls Leaguel 2 3 Library Page 3 Athletic Association 1 lyvx NANCY LEE GOODWIN Nancy is the epitome of sweet- ness. "Choose . . . whom ye will serve" is Nancy's philoso- phy. Outstanding in extra-curri- cular activities and services, this able miss has selected the field of dental hygiene after college. Piano and boats are her leisure time hobbies. National Honor Society 3: Girls' League lg Welfare Chair- man 2, Social Chairman 33 Sen- ior Advisors 3: Junior College Club 1, Vice President 2, 31 Beehive Stall 3g Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 33 Girls Sports Club 1, 2, 33 Secretary of Sen- ior Class. FRANCES ANN GORSKI Fran'.r modesty almost keeps the fact hidden that she is major- ette of a drum corps. Also a secret until now is her ambition to become the director of a rock-'n-roll show. Fran is pre- paring for a nursing career. Alternate, Student-Faculty Coun- cil 3g Girls' League Representa- tive 25 Girls' League 1, 2, 3g Sen- ior Advisors 2 3 junior College Club 2 3 Nurses Aide 3 A Cappella Choir 1 Athletic As sociation 1 2 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 Senior Class Play MARILYN LOU GRASSO Short: as she is called by her friends is interested in collect mg tropical Fish Her present moderate collection is increasing steadily To be a receptionist for a doctor or dentist is her post graduation ambition Girls League 1 2 3 Office Worker 3 Nurses Aide 2 Twirlerettes 2 3 Girls Sports Club 2 LEON ROBERT GORSKI A drummer of some repute both in and out of school, Lee'.f theme is "music, music, music." As sure as his handling of the sticks is his aim in pistol shoot- ing. I-lis next targets are college and dentistry. Foreign Affairs Club 23 A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 31 Band 1, 33 Pretzel Benders 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Senior Choir 3, Follies of '54, Review of '55: Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3g Boys' Intramural Sports lg All State Orchestra '56, Athletic Associa- tion Representative 1, 2, 35 Treasurer, Music Executive Board 3. PATRICIA GRADY Playing the Hawiian Guitar, dancing, and listening to popu- lar music rank highest on PaI'.r list of interests. To belong to an all-girl Western Caravan is her secret dream. She is taking a commercial course to prepare for secretaryship Girls Leaguel 2 3 BARBARA L GRAZLAVICH Bobz whose secret ambition is to be a pharmacist would also like someday to direct a Rock n Roll show plans for the future however center around a doctors office in which she plans to be the receptionist Her immediate Girls League 2 3 Jun College Club 3 A Cappella Choir 1 2 Athletic Association 1 2 Girls Sports Clubl 2 3 Senior Class Play 3 Amphion Club 1 l 32 yi. KATHERINE GRAZLAVICH Kathy lists the exciting rhythm of progressive lazz as her fav orite music and a career as a surgical technician as her secret ambition Actually her rmme diate intention is to begin the calm sedate life of a secretary upon graduation Girls League 1 2 3 Junior College Club 3 Girls Sports u l 2 . 1 Q ' , C I ' ' . I . - , , . , 1 ' ' a i 2 'L 5. ,bf es 'll t 1 I x I - -, . l ' . , i - ' . . , - . .' ' J. , i vi I. . ' . 1 - ' - A 2 D y 3 1, , 3 tor , ,' 2' n 1 1 I - , Q ' Cl b , , 3. i ,S , 5 3 i 1 7-if K- A 'lm , ' V ' s - N, X A R . ' ' , Q, nf -Y g, if .W V f'f3a.?x A I I ia-M .... ig: JACK WALKER GUITE A rather shy young man wrth a casual manner jack has a per sonalrty and sense of humor to make lrfe easrer A conscrentrous student jack plans to enjoy lrfe and to make a career of aeronautrcal engrneerrng Mens College Club 3 Der Deutrche Verem 3 Forergn Af farrs Club 3 Beehwe Staff 3 Beehwe Representatrve 3 Ath letrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 PHYLLIS HELEN GREENE Phzlt carefree manner rs rllus trated rn her chosen quote Today rs the tomorrow you worrred about yesterday Hop mg for the fulfillment of secret asprratron she desrres to some day krss the Blarney Stone Fol lowrng gtaduatron she wrll un dertake a nursrng career Grrls Leaguel 2 3 junror College Club I Nurses Arde 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 2 Ath letrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Twrrl erettes 2 3 JUDITH DIANA GREGORY Judy takes the days as they come and enyoys them all She eagerly looks forward to her favorrte pastrmes swrmmrng and dancrng Although F B I work appeals to her adventur ous sprrrt teachrng elementary grades wrll be Iudyr next ac complrshment Grrls League Representatrve 1 G r s L ague 1 junror College Club 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratron PATRICIA ANN HAMEL Pats favorrte pastrme rs lrsten rng to prano musrc Thrs has made her a great fan of pranrst Roger Wrllrams Berng a mem of ACap rs one of her other musrcal actrvrtres Pat: post graduate plans are to be a sec retary Grrls League 1 2 3 A Cap a Chorr 1 2 3 rr Sports Club 1 2 3 My fav sv' 33 JOHN B GROHOI. Whrle workrng part trme rn a super market or water skrrng one of hrs favorrte sports johnny contemplates the lrfe of a yet prlot We hope hrs often expressed convrctron Youll be all rrght wrll hold for hrm Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 NORBERT R GROHOSKI Thrs lanky model burlder hunt er and fisherman really deserves hrs nrckname Stretch The ex perrence garned at hrs part trme rob rn the Stanley Works Ofhce should surely profit hrm rn hrs studres of accountrng at Teachers College of Connectr cu Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 JAMES PETER HART jzm would lrke to be somethrng most people wouldn t mrnd be rn a brllronarre' An en thusrastrc fan of all types of sports he rs takrng a mrxed college and academrc course rn preparatron for a career as a salesman or accountant Student Faculty Councrl Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 ,fu QQ W' EARL D HASSELMARK Wherever there rs actrvrty there rs Earl a potentral electrrcal engrneer wrth some experrence already as TV Technrcran Num erous communrty and school of hces have herghtened the sense of responsrbrlrty and servrce of thrs outstanclrng senror Natronal Honor Socrety Z 3 Beehwe Staff 3 Radro Club 1 2 3 A Cappella Chorrl 2 3 Octet 2 3 Senror Chorr 2 3 Revrew of 55 Athletrc Asso cratron 1 2 -4 1-- . ' Q U ' V ' bv . I. , .' - - - . .. , - F . A ' , . . . v 2, 51 ir' et ,2,.3f I- J 1,2,3.3 'Q 7 lil -. A in N .- .g.-b .. .- Q , U. . A S' 3, ' ' ' , , 1 - - I' 25 ' '. , 1 I 1 l n Q pell ' , , gG'ls' ' " , , , ' 3 Q , gl t- ' N PN 533 ' X 3 V, I il' Q 14 PATRICIA HEISLER Petr office job now rs helping her prepare for her future as an executive secretary Besides going to school preferably in Massachusetts she looks for ward to dances classical music and time for good reading junior College Club 3 Girls League Representative 1 2 Al ternate 3 Music Club 1 Jun lor Red Cross l 2 3 Girls Sports Club l 2 3 Beehwe Alternate 3 ROBERT A. HAUSMAN Bob'r athletic ability has earned for him quite a reputation around and about school. Bob is is not all brawn and no brains, however, as his scholastic rec- ord clearly shows. His future plans include either teaching or the ministry. Key Club 25 Def Deutrcbe Verein 3: Athletic Association l, 3, Football Squad l, 2, 3g Basketball Squad 1, 2, 3, Track Team 1, 2, 3. WARREN H. HAUSMAN Warrens' talents run from boat making and sailing to expert piano playing. A top student, he has impressed all who know him with his competence and quiet way of accomplishing a great deal. Engineering is his chosen career. Honor Society 2, 3, Student- Faculty Council l, 33 Key Club 1 3 Class Representative 2, Pres- ident 35 Men's College Club 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Senior Choir I, 2, 33 Review of '55, Review of '56, Ath- letic Association l 2' Music Club Dance Band 2 Student Leader Chorus 3 All State Mu sic Festival 2 Laurel Music Camp 3 MARILYN HELLER Although she is quiet Marilyn is active rn school activities Be sides these however she likes pop music Cespecially Pat Boone sl skating whether at rrnk or on ice and her doll collection She hopes the duties as a private secretary will be hers Girls League 1 2 3 Athletic Association 3 junior College Club 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 v 'ik 'HR Ma' Y JAMES DAVID HAVLICK Jim hopes someday to become a Y.M.C.A. secretary. Right now, however, he is content with working as a gym instruc- tor for that organization. The class president, jim likes all sports, dancing, and especially enjoys Dixieland music. A Cappella Choir lg Band 1, Review of '55, Athletic Asso- ciation l, 2, 3, Basketball Squad 2, Boys' Intramural Sports 1, 23 Baseball Squad 1, 2, 3, Stu- dent-Faculty Council 2, 33 Key Club 3, Foreign Affairs Club 2, 3, Beehive Staff 3. RONALD HEINZMANN The compass, tri-square, and rule for Ron spell draftsman, and draftsman spell the future. He is a sports' enthusiast, being most keenly interested in play- ing basketball, and admiring and studying sports' cars with plans to own the world's best. Basketball Squad lg Golf lg Press Representative 1, 3. DAVID ANDREW HELSING Manager for the football bas ketball and track teams Dave rs also proud of his American stamp collection In books hrs tastes run to military themes and to history Somewhere among these interests lies his career Stamp Club l 3 Football Squad Manager I 2 3 Basket ball Squad Manager 1 2 Track Squad Manager 1 2 gi- 34 3' is-47 we-vw JOHN HENNINGER Better late than never john will qurp to apprehend speed ers for his ambition is to be a State Police Officer A sports car enthusiast john has a scent for excitement while his re liability finds expressron rn his part trme rob Men s College Club 1 Athletic Association 1 2 3 SY MM Q05 gg- ELIZABETH ANN HIGGINS Between ballroom dancrng and partrcrpatrng rn a varrery of sports Betsy enjoys cheermg for her Alma Mater After col lege the road of her career wrll lead back to school for Berry plans to become a teacher Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 Secretary 3 Grrls Sports C u 1 2 3 ARTHUR HENRIKSON Art: srghts are set hrgh less rn fact than on some Coast Guard Academy where he wrll trarn for engrneerrng Apart from basketball hrs mayor rn terest rs explorrng the screntrfrc world of avratron and electron Mens College Club 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 3 WALTER R HERMAN Baseball and more baseball thats typrcal of Wbzteyr first enthusrasm He spends many happy hours busy wrth hrs car pentry and when not engaged rn desrgnrng some object he rs workrng at a part trme Job as a gas statron attendant Athletrc Assocratron 2 3 JOHN JOSEPH HIGGINS The woods and fields hold spe cral allure for Jack srnce he en Joys huntrng everythrng from brrds to bears He hopes how ever as a future avratron cadet to be flyrng above the earth rn stead of tramprng over rt ar CARL MARTIN HERMS Ill Precrsron form and style have earned Porky the coveted bronze figures for free style roller skatrng Rankrng fourth rn the State Champronshrp he rs work rng toward the zenrth of the gold medal To be a skatrng rn structor rs hrs ambrtron Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 Football Squad 1 Senror Class Play 3 ELLEN HINCHCLIFFE Perhaps the ocean waves whrch Hzncby delrghts to swrm have entrced her to jorn the WAVES after graduatron When she rsnt workrng at her part trme rob thrs musrc ca swrngs to rock n roll and col lects pop records Student Faculty Councrl 1 jun rot College Club 2 3 Offrce Worker 2 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Twrrlerettes 1 DAVID HILL A strong devotee of baseball Mountam does not surprrse us that he asprres to be another Mrckey Mantle cloutrng homers over the wall Besrdes berng rn terested rn sports rn general thrs musrc cat lrkes the beats of rock n roll musrc YN-S 'K RICHARD S HONEYMAN Although studrously reserved rn school Max rs rather more care free outsrde Putterrng around wrth cars doesn t leave much trme for anythrng else except an occasronal game of basketball Max looks to college and to hrs own D D S shrngle Mens College Club l A Cap pella Chorr 1 rnin1..NnL 'F lg wi f wad 35 E i J LORRAINE j IERARDI Grve her parnts brush and paper and Lon wrll do wonders with them being greatly tal ented rn art Girls League functions have greatly benehted by her orxgmal xdeas in decora non and by her ability to carry them out Fme arts rs her arm Student Faculty Council 3 Grrls League Representatrve 2 Grrls League 1 2 3 Athletic Assocratron 1 2 3 VIRGINIA MAY HOUCK Practice what you preach this is the principle governing Rurly 1 man acnvmes and ac Y complishments and she practices krndness Her sweet vonce rs a source of pleasure to many Pursuing a commercial course she rntends to work in an rnsurance office after gradua non Girls League I 2 3 Beehwe Representatrve 3 Press Repre senranve 2 A Cappella Chou I 2 Senior Choir 2 Athletic Assocranonl 2 3 Twxrlerettes I Grrls Sports Club 2 DOUGLAS HOWARD Not sure about his future plans Dag is preparing for college has been a member of the Ten nts Team for three years Aside from his part nme yob Dag also enjoys playing basketball Athletic Associanon 1 2 3 Tenms 1 2 3 Mens College Club 3 Forergn Affairs Club 3 JANE MARIE INSALACO Gifted wrth an exceptronally lovely volce lame rs vice presl dent of the Muslc Club Her secret ambrtron surpnsmgly enough rs to be a reknowned pianrst Medicine beckons more strongly than Carnegie Hall however for lame plans to be come a nurse Senror Advisors 3 Forergn Af fairs Club 3 A Cappella Choir 1 2 3 Starlertes 3 Sen r Choir 2 3 Revrew of 55 Womens Chorus l 2 3 GERALDINE C HUDAK The key to Gefryr personality IS her smcerity and good nature Like some famous people she turns to music and art as her diversions Now working part tame in an office Gerry hopes to connnue after graduatron as a secretary Grrls League 3 A Cappella Chonr 1 Athletic Assocranon 1 Girls Sports Club 2 3 ROBERT HUNT Bob finds the possxbrlities rn herent ln hot rods more ex cmng than academic pursuits Both the rrding rn and the ever lasting trnkerrng on cars sans fy him whose future occupa t1on stlll undecrded may be rn the automotrve field Athletic Assocranon 1 2 3 EDWARD JACKAMONIS A part txme Job in a super market doesnt wholly preclude Eddie: enioynng baseball and bowling after hours Hrll billy variety IS hrs favorite musrc Eddw plans to attend college where hell take a liberal arts course Athletrc Associatron 1 2 3 Vlens College Club 1 2 3 -12:7 23 JUDITH L JAKUBIAK Judy accomplrshed rn song and dance has been a great asset to the Musical Club and thus has contrrbuted much to our school Although she is well known as an entertalner Judy will enter the secretarial field Girls League 2 Representatue 1 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junior College Club 1 2 3 Library Page 1 2 3 Forergn Affairs Club 1 2 3 A Cappella Choir I 2 3 Revrew of 56 Athletic Association l 2 3 l. 'Lv Us K W?" K. ""'-Q 36 1 U' . . ' U 1 Vx , f . ' 1 U V D . U it ' - U , , 1 ' A - Q as , - ,' 1 1 , 5 . . ' . - ' "--'f , :U U QU U , , 1 Q . ,gfwkx : 1 in '- 46.6, f ' 3U H-UU ZUU se 3 ' I V 'af . . UU J Pretty good with a racket, he -- ' - - A A . - - - ' - W f . - . ' U I U, U U ' 3 U, V- Q ! . Y U y f S - U I ,U v U ' ' ' U U U Q U . S tl . I. I ' .. . . . ' A in . - - ll D I 3 3 - - ! , . . . , . ' - U U , . U U - U 9 U U U , , 1 , 1 4 U U U Us U 4 U- 1 , , . , .U 4 U U U , , 1 1 U , , L U , , . , U, 1 U z 10 , , U: U U, L 1 , , U QU Q , , - , , - 2 A 'QQPQ - l ls ' 'I " 0 R O A " L- 1 661. 1:5-Y IRENE SHIRLEY JOHNSON Rene enjoys music both play mg the piano and lxstemng to records As an active member of her church Rene belongs to part time job in a doctors of hce is helping prepare her ca reer as a medical secretary A Cappella Cholr 3 Girls I-Cagllel 2 3 OHYTCC Worker YVONNE LEE JANIK By keeping a photograph al bum Eze hopes to remember her high school days after grad uation Besides the scrapbooks bowling sw1mm1ng and mood musxc appeal to her The com bxnatlon of the duties of the housewife and IBM operator wrll be those that Eze will as sume Student Faculty Council Gxrls League 1 2 3 Office Worker 1 Athletic ASSOCIZIIOH 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 MALCOLM JEFFREY Mal who is quiet and reserved in school 15 undecided about plans for a future education His environment following gradua tion however will surely in clude the many bulbs switches and sockets that are such an important part of electrical engmeermg Athletrc Association 1 2 3 JUDITH GRANT JOHNSON Beauty and personality by the baskets describe this straw berry blonde She 15 active in school church and Red Cross is gifted with a beautiful so prano voice Judy would like to be an English teacher Honor Society 3 Student Fac ulty Council Representative 2 Girls League l 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 Jumor College Club 2 3 Forelgn AHHIIS Club Z 3 Beehive Representative 3 Press Representative 1 A Cap a Chorr 1 2 3 ar lettes 2 3 Senior Choir 2 3 Review of 55 Athletic As sociation I 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 if br 37 FLORENCE J JEHNINGS A future in the ever expanding held of business may be the an swer to Flor search for a suc cessful career Known for her ability to get along with people her aspiration to be a salesgirl is Iittmg Grs League 1 2 3 xrls Sports Club 1 LUCILLE HELEN JEHNINGS Lux high school life revolves around her future plans for a yob in the commercial world as a private secretary Carrym a commerclal course this pert miss drvides her leisure time be tween lxstenmg to pop records and swimming Girls League 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 3 KENNETH S JOHNSON Ken registers gravity and leisure that conceal his humor and de termination The latter is di rected toward bexng an Air and football as spectator sports when it comes to baseball he plays A Cappella Choir 1 2 Athletic Assocratronl 2 3 Boys Intra mural Sports 1 2 HTG 'IC' MALCOLM P JOHNSON Mal is a nonchalant young man assuming a happy go lucky air which attracts many friends His first love is sports basketball activities he has a fine sense of sportsmanship Key Club Jumor Class Repre sentative 2 Senior Class Rep resentative 3 Beebwe Repre sentative 3 Athletic Association I 2 3 Basketball Squad 2 3 Golf12 3 Boys Ina mural Sports 1 Q- av- D i lx N. . i ' ' I . - i i . . i . ' 7 . ' ' . sf . - ' 21 i l ' , , 3 G' ' ' zf 31 ' ' V 1,4 K ' l . . . . . V . . 4 fr ' ' i - ' , - t ' g the choir and youth group. Her work. ,Despite the fact that she Force pilot. He likes basketball and golf heading his list. In all ' 5. I i I , ,Z 3 3 , y S ' U I pen ' I , ' , gt Q .g ' 5 X 4 . X ,, A Y. mf J f -' 9 ig. ff , is 'F 5 ft. 'Q-Q lu ROBERT ARTHUR KALLIN Quret and self contarned Bob has been learnrng the fur busr ness rn after school hours Nerther thrs nor hrs corn col lectron nor hrs sports rnterest marks hrs future however thrs after college he hopes wrll be rn the realm of mechanrcal grneerrng Athletrc Assocratron 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 2 Men s Col lege Club 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3, Press Representatrve 3 SANDRA JEAN JOHNSON Sandy wrll always be thankful to Alexander Graham Bell for that marvelous rnventron the telephone for she spends many happy hours talkrng over the days events wrth her frrends As to the future that phone wrll come rn handy rn her posr tron as an executrve secretary Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Junror College Club 3 Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 Twrrlerettes 2 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 LAWRENCE F JOSEFIAK Larry who has a quret scholarly demeanor astounded all wrth hrs portrayal of a concerted author rn the Senror Class Play Our future teacher awarded the Harvard Book Prrze rn hrs jun ror year frnds chess drawrng and readrng hrs foremost recrea tronal rnterests Natronal Honor Socrety 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 3 Press Representatrve 2 3 Press Club 3 Senror Class Play 3 IRENE MARY KALNIK A sergeant rn the Troop 4 Gren adrers Rene looks ahead to the future wrth great expecta tron Undecrded as to what rt wrll be the area may be sug gested by her rrrterest rn the WAVES or rn a desrre to draw Grrls League 1 2 3 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 2 WILLIAM C JOST A drstmct sports and rnterest rn outdoor a part trme Job ab sorb Bfllr lersure hours After graduatron rce rn the to set p busrness and a term of serv Marrnes Bzll hopes hrs own successful Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Football Squad 1 ALLYN KELLER KALL Al of the ready smrle rs a re lrable chap A famrlrar frgure rn the New Brrtarn Club and the A A Ofhce he sets popu lar musrc frrst among hrs lrkes 'Io be an rndustrral arts teach er rs hrs ambrtron Athletrc Assocratron Manager 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports WILLIAM W KALWAT Bzll rs a crrtrcal spectator when rt comes to football basketball and baseball for these respec trvely are hrs favorrte sports and ones whrch he thoroughly knows He wrll further hrs edu catron at college and go rnto busrness aclmrnrstratron Mens College Club 3 Der Deutsche Verem 3 Athletrc Assocratron 3 'N-. 'Marr JOHN P KARWOSKI Johns record collectron whrch consrsts of all types of musrc symbolrzes hrs secret desrre to become a drsc jockey The en grneerrng held has also t tracted hrs rnterest and Johns post graduate plans rnclude studyrng at one of the engineer mg colleges Key Club 1 2 3 Forergn Af farrs Club 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 455' 86. Q h, -L? 38 " ffl':',s1-V A: , , l . . I ii . , . ., ' v 1,7 .... I . , A, , ' - - U ' 5 ,it ,at - A f - , - y , , ' "5l f,,,,n , ' ' ' , - Q5-.sf " A ' . . 2 J iii , 1 Z ' V Lg! "i.j,,,.. fp. " f ' ,Q N 1 'L I , , , X 1 , s- Y, ':' 1 K L,g:p. , gi 19. 4 of L I 1 . . Q , 1 . . . . . , Nu 1 ! V 1 ' . . , ' ' , r S . Q Y 1, 2. J , v Q . .- , I - I , . . ' n n 1 A l ' I Y - . . . ' , ' , ', , - . . ' . , - . . - v av- , - . U U en- l , ' . . . . . - , 1 n v I ' . . . , . . . . . , 9 n x , Y . . 2 1 - 1 r s 1 ' vi U ' - s ' r , , , Q QV'- 3...-Hy' MARYANN KELLY Maryann rs as vrvacrous cheerleadrng on the football Held as she rs gracrous rn serv mg at Grrls League functrons A pleasant and frrendly young mrss she should frnd satrsfac tron rn her chosen career of nursrng Alternate Grrls League Repre sentatrve 1 2 Publrcrty Charr man 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Jun ror College Club 1 2 3 For ergn Affarrs Club 3 Red and Gold Stat? 3 Press Club 3 Ath letrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Cheer leaders 2 3 Twrrlerettes 1 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 'Q JO ANN SABINA KATA joan belreves heartrly that var rety rs the sprce of lrfe Her wrde range of rnterests rnclucles knrttrng target shoonng danc rng and classroom debatrng Certarnly the office rn whrch she works as a secretary wrll never become monotonous Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Grs Sports Club 1 2 3 Grrls League 1 2 3 junror College Club 1 WILLIAM SIDNEY KATZ Bzll rs rrght on hrs toes engag rng hrs attentron rn such stxmul atrng propects as stamp collec trng lrstenrng ro opera and photographrng oblects of rn terest to hrm Upon leavrng hrgh school he wrll enter col lege to prepare hrmself as a pharmacrst Student Faculty Councrl 1 2 3 Mens College Club 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club 3 Scrence Club 3 Stamp Club Secretary Treasur er 1 Vrce Presrdent 2 Presr dent 3 Athletrc Assocratron I SHIRLEY KERIN Shrrley feels at home whether she rs readrng poetry or cut trng rce whrch are two of her marn rnterests The freld of so cral work may lay clarm to Shrrley after she recerves the coveted unrversrty drploma Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 2 Grrls League I 2 3 junror College Club 1 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 CARL FRANK KATZBECK Although Carl lrsts stamp col lectrng and football as hrs hob bres he harbors a secret rnter est rn berng a drsc yockey Hrs part trme rob rn a market rs Just that A career rn the Ma rrne Corps supercedes any other plans Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Football Squad 1 Track Team MARGARET ANN KEEFE Bubblrng energy and enthusrasm those qualrtres which have made Peggy a lrvely cheerleader carry over rnto all her ac trvrtres both currrcular and ex tra currrcular All krnds of mu src lespecrally mood musrcb ap peal to thrs well balanced mrss who rs college bound Student Faculty Councrl Rep resentatrve 3 Grrls League I 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club A Vrce Presrdent 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Red and Gold Staff 2 3 Press Club 2 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Cheerleader I 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 JACQUELYN A Krsrrart Jackie rs a whrz on skates and hopes someday to attarn the skatrng prestrge of a second Dona Atwood In the meantrme she wrll concentrate on becom rng a secretary perhaps at the offrce where she now works part trme Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsor 3 Athletrc Assocra tron l 2 3 Grrls Sports Club f xi 0 5-iw. NANCY KILBOURNE prefers the stde lrnes where she funcrrons efhcrently as a class representatrve and as a cashrer for a busrness company For recreatron she whrles away a lrttle trme at the BowloRrnk where she rs a good patron Grrls League Representatrve l 3 Grrls League 1 2 Senror Advrsors 3 Athletrc As socratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Cu 1 2 3 W3 Q11 ,' ' '1 , , : lx r , - i l D . - I - ' . kr 215- Y ' 2: ,,4 "' U' ' ' in '- - ' ' ' . Modest and'unassuming, Nan ' ,S 'i , .1 ll I " cf Sl '- 2.14 ,..3l Q' fl' l,2,3.,, " ' g lb , , . 3 x y, .ir .rx ' 39 ji' i gr, JOSEPH NICHOLAS KOBUS The marching the studying and the other phases of military life will soon be joe: in the Armed Service There he will soon obtain training in a trade Joe finds his relaxation hunting and fishing STEPHEN PAUL KLESZCZ Steve plays clarinet with a pol- ka band, dances polkas, listens to "The Harmony Bellsg" you may have guessed he likes the polka. Stamp collecting and reading also afford pleasure in his leisure time. College and teaching are Steve? next goals after graduation. Band 1, 23 Orchestra 23 Re- view of '56 2g Athletic Asso- ciation 2. HADDON E. KLINGBERG A warm smile, a keen sense of humor, and an inspiring faith are Donlr chief attributes. Adept at organ and piano, he also en- joys photography and poetry. Don has elected the ministry as his field of service. Red and Gold Staff 2, 35 Press Club 2, 33 Red Cross, Alternate Representative. FRANZ KOCH Coby believes that one should enjoy his work In his spare time he finds pleasure in his sales job which enables him to meet interesting people and to work on sports cars He plans to become an Air Force Pilot in the future Der Deutsche Verem 3 Ath letic Association 2 3 MELVIN JAMES KNIGHTS Mel has a fondness for motor- cycles and customized cars. De- pendable and considerate, he would like to join the Navy. Although his part-time job now is in a store, he wants event- ually to become a welder. A Cappella Choir lg Follies of '54 lg Athletic Association l,2. VELTA LAUMA KNISLIS Arriving at NBHS only last September, Ve! has become "one of us." Sewing and em- broidery - fine feminine skills - are her top electives in the way of diversion. To travel around the world and to be a secretary are her future plans. Girls' League 33 Athletic Asso- ciation 3. MATTHEW C K A An avid bel eve 1 1 di id rights Matt d t wa the Marine Res v under ram he W t is leisure te a p o 9 di n rely an mis ti Ass iti rar. A 40 ANLEY JOSEPH KOLEJ building never built was Camelot As there is il ays more to build Stan will pursue a career as an architect His character is shown in the fact he has gained the highest scouting recognition that of an Eagle Scout A Cappella Choir 2 3 Octet 3 Senior Choir 3 Review of 55 Athletic Association 3 Senior Class Play N2-" . i' W ' - . . . . . . f 'i - . - . .. ..- 2 . -. 1' ' 4' , ' ' gi ggi? 8 ilb, vi! . I D D. . ' . . . b P - - - . m , , . K V gy xg, Q A N 2 ml -- i P if i SV W 1 K i ' , .,.: . i ' , e'.s ' i fi 'U' nw Q-.., MARK V KOTOWSKI Spark seeks his relaxation in music especially the records of Fatt Domino after he has had a good work out with the foot ball squad or the track team His post high school plans in clude college and engineering Student Faculty Council 3 Press Representative 1 2 Ath letic Association 1 2 3 Foot ball Squad 1 2 3 Track Team 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports DOUGLAS KOLPAK Doug? diversified interests in- clude swimming, football,hunt- ing, anything connected with cars, and popular music. His ambition is to go to T. C. C., take up business administration and someday in the future to own his own thriving business. Football 1. EVANTHIA KONDONELLIS The study-tastes of this gentle miss run to philosophy, lan- guage, and history. Quietly ac- tive in school and church. Evan has an adventurous spirit which prompts her to desire to satis- fy het love for travel in the Foreign Service. junior College Club 2 Corres ponding Secretary 3 Der Deutsche Verem Secretary 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 2 Social co chairman 3 Senior Advisors 3 Activities Coordinator Bee hzve Staff 3 Girls Sports Club JUDITH KOZLOWSKI An excellent dancer herself graceful Judy thinks she might like to teach children what she knows about her favorite inter est Whether she be a dancing teacher or a secretary her poise and self assurance will be valu able assets to her Girls League Representative 3 Girls Leaguel 2 3 Q. 41 STASIA T. KONEFAL Star is going to prepare herself for spreading the light of learn- ing by going to T.C.C. Besides being active in her church, she is an enthusiastic sports fan and derives much pleasure from the music of Ray Anthony. Student-Faculty Council Alter- nate 35 Girls' League Represent- ative 2, 33 Senior Girl Advisors 3, junior College Club 1, 2, 33 Office Worker 13 Foreign Affairs Club 2, 33 Press Rep- resentative 3g A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3g Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 Girls' Sports Club 1, 2, 33 Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3. DONALD KOONZE Don may be found quite at home at the edge of a stream eagerly awaiting the bite of a trout. Cars also attract this part time gas station attendant He wishes to become a garage mechanic Band 1 2 3 Pretzel Benders 3 Dance Band 3 EUGENE KRISTOPIK The most important words in Krur life are television and radio They comprise his am bition to own a TV store His hobby is fixing radios and his part time yob working as a bookkeeper in a TV store Athletic Association 1 2 3 'C' .r 'th fr 9195 .1 fA1v'X 511' f fn 'I QM EUGENIA KRISTOPIK Jean a female Sergeant Friday hopes to become a polrceworn an Her cheerful frankness has often tickled the funny bones of those who know her Her in terest in progressive yazz is il lustrated by the fact that she enyoys Stan Kentons music Student Faculty Council Repre sentative 1 Girls League 1 2 3 Athletic Associatxonl 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 ily. , ' . ' ' ,f - ' Q . , - . 2 --f r 1 . ' ' ' s a 1 Y 4 , n . . , . - . - - , . Q 2, 3. , , I v I 1 1 v . . . , . . . . - , 1 r i i . i I ' . h - . - . . Y ' . . ' - - ' . , - - I i . ' Q ' n a ' . 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'haf' RICHARD J LABUTIS Rrckr adage rs Its later than you thrnk Perhaps thats the reason for hrs enthusrasm for the popular rnventron of the car Rick may be addressed rn care of the U S Navy or Coast Guard after graduatron Beebwe Representatrve 3 Band 1 Football Squad 1 LUTZ KUNZE Comrng from Germany by way of Holland rn 1952 bluff and good hearted Lutz has made frrends wrth Amerrca qurckly Rrght now he looks forward to an Arr Force career wherern engrneerrng wrll play an rm portant role Der Deutrcbe Verezn 3 Beebwe Staff 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Senror Class Play 3 Red Cross Representatrve 3 PATRICIA ANN KUPEC Devoted to chrldrerr Pam works unselfrshly for them Hoprng to help and comfort them as a pedratrrc nurse she now brrngs them joy wrth the fascrnatrng scrap books she makes for Chrldrens Home Secretly she wrshes to someday own a dog kennel A Cappella Chorr 1 2 3 Ath letrc Assocratronl 2 3 Wom ens Chorrl 2 3 Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club 1 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 CLAIRE LaCLAIR Although Clarre asprres to be comrng a secretary she has re vealed to us that she would prefer the lrfe of an Arr Lrne Hostess As a result of collect rng records especrally those of Guy Mrtchell she has come to enjoy dancrng the fox trot and Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Nurses Arde 1 Athletrc Assocratron l Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 BARBARA ANN KURNICKI Wrth her quret and unassum rng manner and her love for chrldren Barb rs bound to make a marvelous elementary school teacher Besrdes pursurng a col lege course Barb also has a part trme rob at one of our local stores Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 PETER ROBERT LABAS An artrstrcally rnclrned fellow Pete rs pursurng a college course and plans on becomrng a com mercral artrst or an engrneer Besrdes hrs art mterest he rs an enthusrastrc lover of sports lrst mg track racrng as hrs favorrte Men s College Club 3 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Track Team 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports JACQUELINE IADOUCEUR Love all trust few do wrong to none rs the advrce Jackie practrces Quret by nature she enroys the quret drversrons of sewrng and parntrng In spare hours she works rn the N B Hosprtal Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 Grrls League 1 2 3 junror College Club 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club 3 Press Representatrve 2 1 -gut yn'-V 42 S. fmllff P5-Stas.. ROBERT M LAKE Srnce Bob rs much mterested rn contemporary world prob lems rt rs no surprrse that he wlrshes to enkmdle that rnterest rn future hrstory students Al though hrs part trme job does not allow hrm too much lersure trme hrs fondness for sports strll frnds an outlet Mens College Club 2 3 Der Deutsche Verem 3 Forergn Af f rrs Club 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 2 Press Club 2 Athletrc Assocratronl 2 3 Boys Inrra mural Sports 2 Senror Class 11' 3 A 4 as i I 'E 3 gf A3 5' . . . . bs . I " . . . - -K ,X ' . S, A ' , ., Q ' 3 ' ' 1 11 21 sf ' N ., s . ' "bop." r V' l ' '. '- 5 ' ' . 2-3:," ,,f 4 ' '- a' .gl b P..., 3. ' . , I ,X A - I, 3. g 'Ni fl? ldnxx ANTHONY B LAWSON Tony: keen wit and sense of humor are noted in NBHS Un der the witticisms however Tony is seriously interested in Overseas Intelligence Clicking steel is music to his ears as he engages in the art of fencing Mens College Club 1 2 3 Def Deutfche Verem 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club I 2 3 Beehwe Staff 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Senior Class Play 3 RICHARD LaMAR Happy-go-lucky, with not acare in the world, Dick is frankly in- terested in money sports and t e fairer sex Undecided about s future he is still looking or a profitable profession In is search he should not forget rs salesmanshlp abilities Athletic Association 3 Football Squad 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 3 ELOISE S LaMAIRE Rrght now it looks as if Ellze is going to become a secretary but perhaps someday her secret ambition will materiahze and she will loin the WAVES If this happens reading wrll no longer be needed to carry her to those far away places Girls League I 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Press Represent ative 3 Girls Sports Club 3 LOUIS LAZZERINI At NBHS Lou and the word music are almost synonymous For this baritone saxophone player the band orchestra and a dance orchestra are outlets for his musical interests and abil ities After graduation comes the Julius Hartt College of Music Bnl23 bi Wu in ffl' CP' S., I 43 YVONNE LAMKIN While swimming, golf, and archery are Yon'r favorite pas- times, she shares the common teenage interest in records and pop music To be a famous model IS her secret ambition however her plans for the im mediate future are yet unde cided Gxrls League 1 2 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Golf 3 Girls Sports Club I 2 3 CAROLINE HILDA LARSON Carolyns Vamp act in a Sen ior play surprrsed those who know only her ambition to be come an interpreter Besndes serving as a store cashier she finds time for enthusiasm over cats clothes poetry tennis bowling and travel Student Faculty Council 3 Girls League Representative 1 junior College Club 3 Der Deulrcbe Verezn 3 Foreign Af fairs Club 3 A Cappella Chotr 1 2 3 Athletic Association 1 3 Girls Sports Club 1 BARBARA H LEMANSKI Generous with her time energy and talent Bobby hopes to go into the held of chemistry teaching Painting and writing in both of which she rs proh cient provide recreation Tennis gets priority on her sports list Girls League I 2 3 junior College Club 2 3 Foreign Af fanrs Club 2 3 Beebwe Rep re entauve 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 3 Athletic Association 1 2 Honor Society 3 T 'La 'T 'Z' PATRICIA LEMERIS To curl up in a chair with the latest bet seller and the near by radio playing the pop tunes is Pal: idea of a relax mg and enjoyable evenmg Her future career will be that of a prxvate secretary Girls League 3 Representative I 2 Senior Adv1sors3 junror College Club 3 Beehwe Staff 3 A Cappella Choir 1 2 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Clubl 2 3 45 S gm, h . . -U X hx , - -- . ,, L f . 1 . , - a ' if h. 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JOHN LUDKO An end to the hopes of the Hurricanes rivals john set a new NBHS record for the extra point that boosts up scores Un decided between college and service with Uncle Sam john will find his good nature an as e A Cappella Choir 1 Follies of 55 1 Football Squad 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 Q6 'QL' RONALD 1. usvnsoura If Reds secret ambition materi- alizes, a new recording star will rise in the near future but his practical nature indicates that he will enter the business field He hopes to make his fortune as a Certified Public Accountant Athletic As ociation 1 2 3 Track Team 1 COLEMAN B LEVY Lev certainly proved a convinc ini., villain in a senior class play but future patients in his dentists chair need not be alarmed for he s really a peace ful and good natured fellow Salesmanship basketball and pool supplement college plans K Club I 2 3 Stu t Faculty Council 1 2 Band 1 Mens College Club 1 2 3 Der Deutrche Verezn 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports I Z Senior Class Play 3 RICHARD J LUPPINO Tapping out a rhythym and forcing it through his sax Lzpp has properly invested his inherent musical talent with our noted school band He also played his sax abroad this summer To become a teacher is the purpose of Richards proposed college education Band 1 2 3 Pretzel Benders 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Reviews of 55 Review of 56 ELEANOR M. LICKWAR Ellie'r preference is for the out- of-doors, the active life, and opportunities in the West. Camping and working with horses allure her: After college however she expects to be a nurse or a laboratory techni clan Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Leaguel 2 3 Twirler etres 3 junior College Club 1 2 3 ACappella Choir 2 3 DOLLIE LOCKHART Sports minded Dot feels right at home in the gym playing basketball By combining her understanding nature pleasant personality good humor and physical fitness she would certainly make a first rate nurse although her plans are not quite definite Girls League 3 Girls Sports Club 3 MARY McALOON While Macr pet expression is Im confused she is really pretty steady Although shed not be averse to being a police women shell take a job as a secretary For now she heads a kitchen in a local establishment Girls League 1 2 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 we 'S JUDITH J McAULIFFE With geniality and ability as her strongest qualifications Judy is bound to become a popular secretary after completion of her future schooling She has surely won many friends and has made the most of her acad emic and commercial course Girls League Representative 3 Girls League 1 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 junior College Club 1 2 3 Foreign Affairs Clubl 2 3 A Cappella Choir 3 Ath letic Assocrationl 2 3 Girls Sports Association 1 2 3 6' Q ,rf ..-42' 44 T' Y 'X DORIS McFARLAND Adept at entertaxnrng espe cially dancing and singing practicing when she rsn twork mg part trme in the N B General Hospital The big ques tion in Mzcky J mind is whether to follow her first love the entertainment field or become a secretary Senior Choir 1 Athletic As socration I 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 Girls League 1 gin PETER F MCCONNELL Pete: football talent and witty remarks well explain his popu larxty He rs following a col lege course and intends to be come an engineer This M1 amn boy enjoys rock n roll music and has a llkmg for cars and of course girls Men s College Club 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Football Squad GERALD McCORMACK Sports of all klnds and the wild blue yonder attract Gerry at the present txme Af ter zoommg along on the Track Team at NBHS he intends to take oii with the US Air Force soon after graduation Athletic Association 1 2 Track Team 2 MARILYN RAE McGRAW This versatile shmmg lady in love with life enyoys the active ing horse back riding rifle shooting and the quiet pleas ures of study Incredible as rt may seem our Homecommg Queen desires to be a medical doctor Student Faculty Council 2 Vice President 3 Girls League Rep resentative 1 2 3 Girls League 1 Secretary 2 Prest dent 3 Senior Advisors 3 junior College Club I 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club I 2 3 A Cappella Choir l 2 3 Cheerleaders 1 2 Girls Sports u 1 2 45 JUDITH ANN McCORMACK Pleasantness rs one of Judy: characteristics Planning to be an executive secretary she has been a conscientious and capa ble student Perhaps her secret ambition to be executive sec retary to the president of Trav elers Insurance Corporation will be fulfilled Girls League 1 2 3 Senror Advisors 3 Junior College Club 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Press Representativel 2 3 A Cappella Choir 1 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club I 2 3 SUSANNE MCDOUGALL Susanne who is also known as Snuffer has a happy and healthy disposition which will surely be an asset to her when she fulhlls her dream of teach ing One of her favorite in terests is listening to semi classl cal music Gxrls Leaguel 3 Representa uve 2 junior College Club 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Press Representative 2 3 A Cap pella Choir 2 Girls Sports Cu 1 2 3 WILLIAM McMURRAY Design piques Bills imagrna tion and his pencil seeks new tnis he plans after attending college to become an industrial designer In his spare time B111 enjoys listening to rock n roll music Tropical Fish Club 1 Athletic Association I 2 3 ...ll-.Dsl Q 'Vx Ye-5 MARY ANN McNAMARA A drscjockey fan Mac spends hours happily listening to the has a part time job at the hos prtal her commercial course ts preparing her for a career as a private secretary Girls League 1 2 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 . , 4, V Q . . . l . 5 I Ak r Q - . . . - A - at ' ' 9 1 ' ' , , 9 . . L ' ' ' 7 t it . ' . I , , X ,V I . . . , L Q , ' Q , L 1 , ' l b , , . Mickyuspends her spare time pleasures of dancing, ice-skat- forms to try. In accord with tops in pops. Although Mac has - . - I - l I i ' .i .- . . . . i. . l ' . . . , . . r .I . . C . . . , y S . . . '. . ' 9 ' 1 a - r n ' 2, 5, Q ' ' -' Q ' ' ' , , 5 U ,, , L I S Cl b , , 3. .X f ' V W I ' l kWJ38t Q' .2 GRACE ANDREA MAIETTA Gay vivacrous and full of fun Grace definitely enjoys foot ball games Seeking adventure and intrigue she would enjoy active FBI work but may settle by becoming a secretary in the Bureaus office where she will get the flavor of romance Girls League Representative Senior Advisors 3 Athletic Associationl 2 3 Girls Sports Cu 1 2 3 Senior Pay ANDREW W. MADRAK Some pieces of wood, a ham- mer, a saw, and a handful of nails are enough to keep Buff happily occupied. Some day he hopes to share his woodwork- ing talents by entering the teaching professiong however, engineering also holds attrac- tion. Athletic Association 2, 35 Track Team 1. JANE MARIE MAGUDA Listening to popular records Perry Como' whizzing across a frozen pond or gliding across a dance floor occupies James spare time Although her secret ambition is to be a school teach er she really plans to be an ac coutant Girls League 1 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 Press Representa tive 1 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Twirlerettes 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 KARL V MAITZ Kally is well known for his athletic prowess Despite his participation in sports activities the after school interests of this future draftsman are not wholly confined to the gym as illus trated by his love of music and dancing Athletic Association 1 Football Squad 1 2 3 Track Team 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sportsl JOAN MAUREEN MAGUDA Equally at home on the dance floor or the football bleachers, Ioannie likes to be with people. A quiet, responsible person, she is a steady worker. After gradu- ation, she hopes to join the ranks of reliable secretaries. Girls' League 1, 2, 39 Senior Advisors 33 Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM FRANK MAIER The violin and bow will be Bfllyr trademarks in the mu sical field Public appearances such as that of the All State Music Festival and further studying will and him on his way Hunting and fishing also fascinate this rugged individual Der Deutsche Verem 1 2 Or chestra 1 2 3 Review of 55 RICHARD S MARKIEWICZ The high flying life of a pilot or the ground career of an aeronautical engineer-one of these will be Dick: career His definite post graduate plans in clude college In his spare time he enjoys archery and football Mens College Club 2 3 Der Deutrcbe Verem 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 2 Treasurer 3 Science Club 2 Athletic As sociation l 2 3 A Whig PV Sf' A 'f V W -If 3 . . ve ' 1 RV eff 'W N 14863 'ini' ROBERT MAROZZI Bob who perhaps serves one of the hnest Cokes in town as a fountain clerk is quite an out door man with hunting fish ing and sports as his fields of interest He hasnt decided what he wants to do come une Baseball Squad 2 ai, vpn, QE sas.,-U' 46 E351 0' ! 1, E .-f XR 491 ANN MARTIN Vivacious earnest and likeable Ann loves children and horses To understand and help peo ple is her greatest desire Her interests vary from music and reading to designing and ar chery Ann will enter the field of social work after college Girls League I 2 3 Junior College Club 1 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 1 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 3 Press Club 3 A Cappella Choir 1 3 Athletic Associanonl 2 3 Girls Sports Cu I 2 3 Senior ass Play 3 1 MARILYN JEAN MARSELI On a cold blustering winter day, Meri may usually be found skimming gracefully over the ice. She has no intention of competing against Sonja Heinie, however, but plans to settle for a job as a private secretary. Athletic Association 1: Twirl- erettes 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club lg Girls' League 1, 2, 35 MARY CLEARY MARSHALL Bonnie is in love with life and finds entertainment in its every corner Her varying interests range from rhumba to painting scenes The idea of operating a TV station intrigues her but a career teaching mathematics seems much more substantial A Cappella Choir 1 2 3 Ath lenc Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 Student Faculty Council 2 Girls League 2 3 Representative 1 junior College Clubl 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Beehwe Rep resenzatwe 3 Press Representa tive 2 Secretary Music Club3 GLORIA MARIE MASSI Glor willingness to help every one in need and her character istic sense of humor will help her and those with whom she works when she dons the white uniform of a nurse Ice skating is her favorite sport at which incidentally she is quite pro ficient A Cappella Choir 1 Girls League l 2 3 junior College Club 2 47 GERARD ROBERT MARTEL A part-time job and an active interest in football, basketball, and baseball kept this versatile senior busy. Good natured and always ready to lend a hand, jerry dreams of becoming a U.S. President. More practically, jerry hopes to study dentistry at St. Michaels. LEO RICHARD MARTEL Leo is a registered roller skater He admits his secret ambition is to win the gold medal for artistic roller skating Soon he will don the bell bottomed trousers board a cruiser and make the Navy his career Senior Class Play 3 BRENDA TINA MAXEN Enthusiasm accompanies Bren in all her activities whether studying playing tennis danc ing or clubbing hits of the day After high school Bren hopes to enter the teaching pro fession possibly as a high school English teacher Girls League 2 3 Representa tive 1 Senior Advisors 3 jun ior College Club 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 2 3 A Cappella Choir 1 Athletic Association 1 3 Girls Sports Club l fl' Mr THEODORE MELINOSKY Philatelist and short wave Its tener Ted lists these hobbies as tops on his list Close be hind however follows the mu sic of Bach and Strauss Bust ness management is the field Ted will enter after graduation Stamp Club 1 2 Secretary Treasurer 3 Athletic Associa n I 2 la A--s I. ,O - , , , ' v 'A I , , S ' - I A . - - ' D - i - as A ,iff f i i f 1 x .- i .4 - - Q . , , L . 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' 1" 25: ' ' if za ' ' ' I' 4'-Sv tim:-ew4g,',3 'Wil-on JOHN MISHKO John lrke most boys enyoys a battle wxth a trout bass or plckerel rn a mountaxn stream Besldes fishmg though hls m terests he mostly rn math skat mg and cars In the Navy hrs outdoor tramrng should come rn handy Athletxc Assocxatronl 2 3 In tramural Sports 1 2 ELLAN METZ Ellan a future medlcal secre tary flrmly belreves that you can learn only by the mlstakes you make Popular records and talkmg on the telephone are two of her favorrte pas txmes Ellan rs also an enthusr amc partncxpant nn school af axrs Gxrls League Alternate Repre sentanve 1 Representatrve 2 junlor College Club 1 2 3 Forexgn Affarrs Club 3 Ath letlc Assocxatron 1 2 3 JAMES R MICHALMAN Inn rs an enthuslast of huntmg and fishmg In hrs academic course he has developed an rn terest In the field of electromcs After graduauon he hopes to explore thxs field whnle makrng Press Representatrve 2 3 Track Team 1 2,-4.4,aa,Z 5-vrdL .Za-vi. STEPHANIE MISHKO The smart co captam of the Twrrleretes Stew has abundant school splrrt which she shows m actrve service In the com munlty too she IS a worker Deeply mterested m people she mtends to become a nurse af ter complenng college Student Faculty Councrl 3 Glrls League 2 3 Representatrve 1 Senlor Advlsots 3 Office Work er 2 Foreign AEBIIS Club 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 2 Ath letrc Assoclatxon 1 2 Twrrler ettes 2 3 M44 WAYNE W MICHALS Wayne travels a busy trarl wrth hrs baseball and football rn terests hrs part txme job and outslde club partlclpatxon He has not yet decxded upon the future for hrm as he wants to take lrfe as rt comes Mens College Club 1 Der Deutrcbe Venn 1 2 3 Forengn Affaxrs Club 1 Science Club 1 Athletxc Assocratnon 1 2 3 Golf 1 Boys Intramural Sports STANLEY B MILLER Well mannered qulet and un assummg Stan has consrderable skrll m catchmg fast actxon shots for the Red and Gold Be sxdes bemg good wrth a camera hes fast on a renms court Af ter college electrical engmeer mg beckons and Gold Staff 3 Press Club 3 Le Cercle Francans 3 Skt Cu I 2 3 GERALD J MITCHELL One of our co op students Much plans to be a tool and dre maker who works behind the scenes making tools and as sembly flxtures whxch rn turn complete a product that rs sold Lrke most boys hls Interests center around baseball and foot ba X!!! Q We-. 3 W' 2' CAROL ANN MLYNARSKI Apart from the modest desrre to be a mrllxonalre Carrie has a flarr for usmg a pencil skxll whxch mxght concelvably advance her desire to be a car toomst Meantrme a part trme lob absorbs most of her after school hours Gxrls League 1 2 3 Athleuc Assocratron 1 2 3 Ain.. 48 K' f H l . y . ' 'I D ll n I ' - ' H -T' 7, f' . ' . y 1 . F' V U ' U I 4 - 1. ' i , , 1 -I , , r . ' at f ...M ' ' ' ' L e if W a career of the Navy' Foreign Affairs Club 2, 3: Red ' - l b , , . ' 4 . . '. ' ' . 2 , 2 . , ' . ' I . h ' I. -a L 3 r Hin Q, , e """wo.. I gl-'ali 'Tv' 'St 2 sa-r 'Sm 1' JOANNE VIOLA MORIN Now or never rs Joanne: motto and rts now for the ,ob to do be rt srudy or after school clerkmg Its also now when opportumty comes for dancmg or skatrng Its never for self prty or meanness Glrls League I 2 3 Semor Advxsors 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Glrls Sports Clubl 3 RONALD GEORGE MOLEY Whrle gettmg a bead on a real deer rs more to Ron J taste than the lesser excxtement of target shootmg hell settle for exther and at both rs better than he admrts I-Ie rs armmg now at college for engrneertng ARLENE MONKIEWICZ Blondie: sports lrfe IS affected by the temperature When the mercury drops low she skates and when rt ascends she swxms Above all to thlne own self be true rs the adage she has chosen as her gulde rn lrfe Grrls League 1 2 3 Gxrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Athletrc Assoclatronl 2 3 Twxrlerettes ANN LOUISE MOSEY Annr chref ambrtron rs to be a nurse In preparatron for thrs field she IS workrng as a nurses ard at the Memorral Hosprtal She spends her spare trme read mg books concermng the medr cal professron She also enjoys popular musrc Student Faculty Councrl Repre sentatrve 1 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Semor Advrsors 3 junror College Clubl 2 3 Nurses And 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 Grrs Sports Club l 2 3 Semor Class Play ff' 49 JOYCE A MONTENIERI If srlence rs golden Joyce rs bound to be a wealthy gurl In preparatxon for her career rn clerrcal or office work she has taken a commercral course rn hugh school Her sports Interests mclude golf and archery Grrls League 1 2 3 Lrbrary Page 2 Athletrc Assocratnon 1 2 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 MAUREEN ANN MORAVEC Moe confesses a secret ambmon to travel but first she w1ll com plete her nurses trarnrng I her spare trme Moe rs busy wrth her part trme ,ob and her rnterests golf swrmmrng readrng and lrstenxng to popu lar musrc Gtrls League l 2 Athletrc Assoctatron l 2 junior Red Cross Represenrauve 3 WILLIAM C MOTTOLA Sports mrnded Bzll has hrs nn terests centered around hunt mg frshmg football baseball and basketball In the future Brll plans to take a course rn Business Admmrstrauon at col le e rn preparatron for a career rn the busrness world Arhletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Football Squad 3 Boys Intra mural Sports 1 Q i, l 1 N AMELIA ANN MUCKE Whether the water rs lrquxd or solld Amy makes the most of If swrmmrng or xce skatmg All travel delights her ln the fu ture however she wrll confme her wanderrng to the lrmrts of a secretanal ofhce Grrls League 1 2 3 Semor Girl Advrsors 3 Junror Col lege Club 3 Press Representa uve 3 Athletic Assocratron 1 2 Grrls Sports Club l 2 3 1 L4 I . , . 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' XX 1 " -r ff ll 'C' JUDITH M MUSZYNSKI Judy whose secret ambrtron rs to travel around the world plannmg to become a prxvate sec retary upon graduatron Roller skatmg musrc and badmrnton are a few of her numerous hobbres She also rs an ardent Yankee rooter Grrls League 1 2 Representa trve 3 Semor Advrsors 3 juni or College Club 1 Alternate Beehive Representatrve 3 A Cappella Choxr 2 Athletrc As socratron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Cu 1 2 3 JAMES E MULGREW jun seems to have heard the echomg call of the sea and therefore hopes to attend An napolrs or some other promr nent college to study naval engmeermg On land hrs terest focuses on odd coms baseball bats and dance musnc Beebwe Representatrve 3 Red and Gold Staff 2 3 Press Rep resentatxve 1 2 3 Athletrc As socxatzon 1 2 3 Boys Intra mural Sports 1 2 PATRICIA A MURAWSKI Wxth a Hnger rn every pot Pal wants to taste everythmg the world has to offer She hopes to travel everywhere but es pecrally to Rome Her great varrety of Interests wrll help her to become a good teacher Student Faculty Councrl 3 Grrls League 1 2 Representa trve 3 Semor Advrsors 3 jun nor College Club 3 Forexgn Alfarrs Club Athletlc Assocxa tronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club MYRON R MYERSON Ambltrous in nature and will mg rn sprrrt Mickey rs a com petent and a versanle student An amateur phllatellst he has collected all types of U S stamps Wxth some experrence rn drug store work he hopes to become a pharmaclst Natronal Honor Soclety 2 3 Student Faculty Councnl Mens College Club 3 Stamp Club Program Charrman A Cappella Chorr 2 Athletlc As socratron Manager CAROL EDITH MURPHY Murph believes that Nothmg rs rmposslble and cheerfully goes about trymg to prove rt by f'lnlSl'lll'lg everythmg she starts It rs certam that some small part of the world wrll benefmt greatly from her future job as a parish worker Gxrls League 1 2 3 Jumor College Club 3 Forexgn AHa1rs Club 2 3 A Cappella Choxr l 2 3 Athletxc Assocratron 1 2 3 Glrls Sports Clubl 2 3 STANLEY E MURZYN Sian the leader of our school band plays a cool trumpet Musrc wrth a modern flavor ns a primary mterest rn hrs life and he should not drsregard rt when deciding a career Tenms rn which he rs a skllled player ranks second A Cappella Chorr 3 Band 1 2 3 Pretzel Benders 1 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Revrew of 55 2 Athletic Assocratron l 2 3 Tennrs Team Student Band Leader 3 VIRGINIA ANN NARCUM Ginny rs both serious and full of fun senous about her studres and full of fun durmg lexsure hours Wrth such a balanced personalxty Ginny should be happy She plans to attend college and then to teach Grrls League l 2 3 Semor Grrls Advlsors 3 junror Col lege Club l 3 Foreign AHa1rs Club 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 2 3 Follres of 55 1 Athletrc Assocxatron 1 2 Twnrletettes 1 Grrls Sports Club I, 2 'Viv THOMAS VINCENT NASH Tom wants to go to college of that hes fairly sure Beyond that he s not so sure For those extra hours he enjoys draw mg at whrch he has some skrll and collectmg records Strlct ly the popular and rock n roll varrety please Press Representative 3 A Cap p a Chou 1 2 3 Me Chorus 1 2 3 Semor Cho1r3 3, 50 or sf? btw., I I ' W f' 71 . t - . 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Q , : : 1 b , , . . fi fl pf' -HQ' 'war' V ta DONALD C NEWTON Perhaps Don wrll make the name of Newton famous for somethrng other than the drs covery of gravrty The possrb rlrty that New! will follow hrs namesakes footsteps rs excel lent smce he hopes to become a screntrst As a hobby he chooses golf Student Faculty Councrl Rep resentatrve 1 3 Golf 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 3 SUSAN NEGRELLI Sue welcomes wrnter for wrn ter means frozen ponds and skatmg The warmer seasons provrde for her second chorce of recreation horseback rrdrng Office work attracts her al though to be an arrlrne hostess would not drsappornt her Grrls League l 2 3 Junror College Club 3 Athletxc Asso cratron 3 HENRY NEJFELT Edrtor rn Chref of the Red and Gold and hard worker rn many other school actrvrtres Hank rs a popular figure at NBHS Com brnrng a serrous purpose wrth humorous sprrrt he lrkes rock n roll musrc and all sports Mechanrcal engrneerrng rs hrs goa Honor Socrety 3 Key Club 2 3 Mens College Club 1 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 2 3 Press Assocratron 1 3 Track Team 1 2 3 urll and Scroll 2 President 3 Senror Play RONALD NICKOLAS Lrkable Nzckyr motto Never put off trl tomorrow what you can do today and he doesn t Holding a part trme yob and workrng toward col lege he doesnt hnd too much trme for hrs specral rnterests cars and football Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 3 JUDITH F NEUHART If Judy had her way the world would be made of musrc Her interest ranges from vrolrn play mg to lrstenrng to all types of musrc and to dancrng ball room style She consrders musrc though only as a hobby for a profession she chooses Englrsh teachrng Student Faculty Councrl l 2 3 Grrls League 1 Representatrve 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Jun ror College Club 1 2 3 For ergn AHarrs Club 2 Vrce Presr dent 3 Press Representatrve 1 Orchestra 1 2 Student Con ductor 3 Revrew of 55 l Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Conn All State Orchestra 3 BEVERLY JEAN NEURATH Bev J sunny drsposrtron rs an rn vrtatron to all who seek frrend shrp She devotes her spare trme to rce skatrng and lrstenrng to Nat Krng Coles musrc She has a commercral course and plans on becomrng a secretary Grrls League 1 2 3 Office Worker 1 Athletrc Assocratron JOHN J NIEDZWIECKI jack: phrlosophy He who knows not the world knows not hrs own place rn rt rs rn drcatrve of hrs serrous outlook on lrfe While presently busy rn many athletrc actrvrtres lfe asprres to become a commercral artrst Football Squad 3 Boys Intra mural Sports 2 ts , 51 41 AiX,g. 'f"' SAMUEL JOSEPH NISTA Sammy: goal rs salesmanshrp Now rn an rmportrng company he rs gettrng experrence whrch he hopes to use rn sellrng cars Frshrng and huntrng are favor rte recreatrons and when op portunrty comes he enjoys the ease of boat rrdrng Scrence Club 2 D . ,'f l 'sr ' , - l A . - 3 l ' f V . ' ' . . 4 ' -' 5 l . f ' ' tx, 1 J , 5 f f , 1 tb, xi sr g A . . . , ' 5 5 f B ' ' .. . , . . . I. - I . - . it - c ,J 1. H' , I if , , Y Club 2, President af Athletic 1, 2, 34 Girls' Sports Club 1, x 5? if f V, l . I 3 2' elif 'fsia fy 1, t - 5 K 3-' 'lx' . ' ll 3 A '49 ' ,L ' I ' ri V. r . f 'IV Nw X 2 MICHAEL O KABRICK Silence is golden except sometimes quips the Caplan: Perhaps the excepton is out on the baseball held Augmenting his income he works part time in a dairy until he becomes a professional tool and die maker Boys Intramural Sports I 2 3 JOSEPH E. NOCERA Steady enough to hold the same job three years Joe prides him self on being able to pick out the good from the bad in life Right now the good is he best looking car and a lot of money MAUREEN O BRIEN Moe feels like kicking up her heels whenever she hears that rock n roll music she can do it too Before she settles down to homemaking she expects to provide permanent waves and haircuts perhaps shell set a new style in hair dos Girls Sports Clubl 2 3 Girls League Representative 1 Girls Lea ue 1 2 3 PATRICIA A OLENCHALK Pat who believes Good things come in small packages likes nothing beter than music and dancing Her part time ,ob as typist and clerk should be of great value to her in becoming a private secretary Athletic Association 1 2 3 Grs Sports Club 1 2 3 Senior Class Play 3 Girls League 1 2 3 DONALD OCHANKOWSKI After his Goodwin Tech prep- aration, Donald will become a professional tool-and-die maker Mayhap his nickname Duck is associated with his inclination to be a professional comedian an ambition for which he shows no mean aptitude Red and Gold Staff 1 JOHN P OCONNELL Not too easy to know johnny has a ready wit hed make a good comedy script writer He ll head back to New York after graduation After a hitch in the Service he wants mechanical engineering especially aeronaut rca ANN MARIE OLESKEWICZ philosophy Although she has a part time job at a local store she still takes time out for ice skating and art her favorite hobbies As yet her future plans are indefinite Girls League l 3 Represent ative 2 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Club l 2 'Us l MARY ANN OLIVIA says Holy cow' it would seem that Lucy is in a continual state of surprise It will be no sur prise however if she becomes a private secretary As an avoca tion she will sing Senior Choir 3 Girls League 3 ,ns -,CV '15 ,-. 50" 'W I?" V'-as 52 "SB: . . Q ' - v H ,Z . , N ,, . t I 'I A ' ' , ., Ex U r ' X v l is . l I 9 'Ig ' -i A A 1 bf ' ' I I . . . . - I - A i I , A - Q , ' , , 1 . I 1- if g , , . 1 lx X I W .Julie 1' ir l A' N Qs Q '. Lxx cps it lk VV! ' X ff O J X ' ' ,' I , ' " ' "Better late than never" is Ann'J From the number-of times she , . , . . I , -. . . , . . , y . , - v D . . - - . 1 . l . - i - ll - 1. 5 1. , Q y v I y , , , - 3. I .Q 1 if Y rf, 'Ss is . C, M cd ., 8. ' . , PM 3 6 1 V at 6 N 54 'Q L., WJ SN PHILIP JOHN PANARELLA Besrdes part trme work as a sales clerk Skfppy fills hrs lers ure hours by burldrng model cars and trying to avord hrttrng the 8ball rn brllrards After graduatron he wrll become a salesman eventually for the Ca drllac Frrm he hopes Athletrc Assocratron I in. DAVID OLSON Dave especrally talented rn art rs self employed as a prrnter Besrdes hrs artrstrc accomplrsh ments he 15 an actrve partrcr pant rn many church clubs Sub sequent to graduatron he plans to become an rndustrral arts rnstrucror and a prmter facade Q13 lo' kmdf LOIS ANN ORSIE An affable companron an all round sport a smrlrng fun lover there you have Lo Havrng the rank of sergeant rn the Crvrl Arr Patrol wrll undoubtedly help her rn her chosen career to be come a flrght stewardess Grrls League 1 2 3 Beehive Representatnve 3 Athletxc As socratron I 2 Girls Sports u 1 2 X1 beth LO'-fl QIUGASQ m gms X, JUDITI-1' ONDRICK To her lzwng Elvrs Presley and johnnre Ray contrrbute greatly to her leammg a part trme ,ob at Landers Ftary and Clarks contrrbutes Contrnumg both processes she hopes to become a secretary Athletic Assocratron 2 Grrls S orts Club 1 2 3 G ls League 1 2 3 Nurses Arde 3 Press Representatrve 1 NORMA M PAONESSA Norma: approval rs usually rendered as Fancy that' Her future plans rnclude a nursrng career Art rs her extra terest wnth parntrng the specral branch A ,ob rn a local court keeps thrs senror occupred Grrls League I 2 3 Junror College Club I 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 1 2 3 Press Rep resentarrve 1 Athletrc Asso cra ron 1 2 3 53 LEON OSIK A part trme job and an active rnrerest rn school actrvmes keep the Captam busy Next to foot ball Captarn Osrks favorite sport rs track He finds frshrng and huntrng relaxmg Or wants to further hrs educatron rn col lege and become an engrneer Athletrc Assocratron 1 Foot ball Squad 1 2 3 Track Team 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports ANN PHYLLIS PARETTA A tops rn pops lrstener Ann al so enjoys watching baseball games and krckrng her feet up on the dance floor Her post graduatron plans rnclude tram mg for a career as a Home Economrcs teacher Athletrc Assocratron 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 Glrls League ALLAN ROBERT PARKER To be or not to be a state polrceman rs the query rn Alr lrfe presently however he rs plannrng to porn that select group of defenders the Unrted States Marrnes Thrs affable senror rs also a modern yazz enthusiast Student Faculty Councrl 1 2 3 Forergn Affairs Club 3 Ath letrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Foot ball Squad I Boys Intramural Sports 3 Senror Class Play 3 sr. 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Wt JOHN NICK PATUREL johns hobbres consrst of cars auromobrles and more cars I hrs spare moments after school he enloys trnkenng wrth motors or some other car msrdes Hrs ambrtron rs you guessed rt' to be an automouve mechan 6'-' , we ' sw' A ,. l :E l BERNICE PARULSKI Trme IS precrous let rt not be wasted 15 Bunny s advlse Whrle she would lrke to devote tnme to dancrng horseback rrdmg and archery she has an academ rc course and hopes to become a medlcal secretary after gradua non Grs Lague123Grls Sports Clubl 2 3 WANDA E PASKOWSKI Wendy whose mterest rn musrc runs the gamut from opera to pop dreams of someday be comrng a star of musical come dy on Broadway In realrty hovsever she has her heart set on teachmg rn American schools abroad Student Faculty Councrl 2 Girls League 1 2 3 Senlor Advrsors 3 Junror College Club 3 Foreign AHHIIS Club 3 A Cappella Cholr I 2 3 Sen C olr 2 3 Follles of 54 1 Follres of 55 2 Athletrc Asso craron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 Womens Chorus KARIN LOUISE PAULSON Whether at work or play Karm rs one of the few grrls who rarely complam In her leisure mme she enjoys collectrng rec ords and gorng 1ce skatmg Pos sessed of determmatlon and hlgh asplratron Kartns ambr non rs to become a medrcal secretary Grrls League 2 3 Representa t1ve 1 jumor College Club 1 3 A Cappella Chorr 2 3 Ath letrc Assoclatron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Sen Class Play 3 Red Cross Rep resentat1ve 2 MARK ANDREW PASKUS Mark has pursued a college course loaded with math and scrence as he rs contemplatrng bernr., a physxcxst or mechanical engineer Mark rs very reserved but he rs noted for hrs very subtle comments on the subyect of drscussxon Mens College Club 2 3 Der Deutrclae Verezn 3 BARBARA C PATTISON Bob: has declded that a small college out of Connecticut would be rdeal for next year A classlcal Jazz enthuslast her favorrte IS Louie Armstrong Part tnme work and actrvmes church and socral RIIHIIS hll her calendar Student Faculty Councnl Rep resentatrve 2 Girls League 1 2 3 Senlor Advlsor 3 junior College Club 3 Forergn Af falrs Club 3 A Cappella Cholr 1 2 Athletic Assoclatron l 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 EILEEN MAE PAVANO Smnle and the world smlles with you IS Ezleenr phrloso phy Wrth dancing and nce skatrng rankmg on top she en 1055 all sports to the fullest Frleen however does not neglect schoolwork as she IS preparmg for a nursmg career Grrls League 2 3 Representa t1ve 1 Grrls League Purchas rn Charrman3 jumor College Club 1 2 3 Nurses Arde 1 Foreign Affairs Club 1 2 3 Beehive Alternate Representa t1ve 3 A Cappella Chorr I 2 3 Executrve Secretary of Musrc Club Senror Chorr 2 3 Fol l1s of 54 Revrew of 55, Athletrc Assocratron 1, 2, 3, Grrls Sports Club 2, 3, Wom en's Chorus l, 2, 3. k,f'i-xx IN ur- A 112' 54 nam 14 jan- ,gn-, 'Ve JOAN PAWELCZYK Although I0 belteves that we senlors have to Work harder thls year she Ends t1me for her favorrte pastimes danc mg and skatlng Soon she wrll work even more dlllgently realrze her ambrtron of berng a prrvate secretary Grrls League Representative 2 Golf 2 15- 'FS' GK MW' ill JAMES C PETHIGAL Because of hrs rnterest rn polr trcs anythrng of rmportance on the natronal and rnternanronal scene commands jim servant attent on jr yr f vorrte subrect ,hisdory whrch wll u doqbtedl help hrm achreve s ron for a po rtrcal At etrc Aeloc atron 1 2 3 ROBERT PAWLICKI Both test tubes and numbers hold a specral rnterest for B011 srnce he plans to enter erther the scrence or math freld after graduatrng from college At present modern musrc affords hrm relaxatron and enjoyment rn hrs spare trme Mens College Club 3 Press Representatrve 2 A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratron 1 JOHN JOSEPH PERKINS Although jack rs one of our more quret senrors hrs smrle speaks for hrm Berng a pho tography fan the clrck of the camera shutter rs musrc ro hrs ears Undecrded about hrs fu ture plans he wrll erther enter college or yorn the Arr Force Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Senror Class Play 3 ELIZABETH ANN PINA Jazz rs Bettyr favorrte word as she talks of her prrvate record collectron Although plannrng to enter the secretarral fleld she has a secret desrre to follow rn the footsteps of Florence Nrght engale and take up nursrng Grrs League 1 2 3 Press Representatrve 3 Athletrc A socratron I 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 NANCY AGNES PETERSON Nancy r desrre to help chrldren especrally the less fortunate has made rt drfhcult for her to de crde betvs een a career as a nurse or an orphanage employee Whrchever rt may be her spare trme wrll be filled wrth books and prano tunes Grrls League 1 2 Representa trve 3 Lrbrary Page 1 3 Ath letrc Assocratronl 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 RONALD PETERSON Havrng a part trme delrvery job takes up much of hrs trme but Pete strll manages to satrsfy hrs fondness for sportrng ac trvrtres of all krnds Pete plans to attend college where he wrll take up mechanrcal draftrng Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports l 2 KARL J POGLITSCH Wrnner of the Hrgh Srngle Award for bowlrng rn 1954 Pogze also goes rn for stamp collectrng and skatrng Hrs am brtron rs to rom the ranks of the electrrcrans and he also nourrshes the not so secret de srre of jornrng the Unrted States Navy Boys Intramural Sportsl 2 3 Q' 55 'le ' 'Q' er- '5- ROBERT F POGLITSCH Enterrng the Naval Reserve as a Junror Poggy expects to go on actrve duty for a two year hrtch thrs August He hopes to further hrs schoolrng to cultr vate hrs werght lrftrng skrll and to rncrease hrs knowledge of guns Press Representatrve 3 E f Wm sww 55532 3' M 5242 .ey-os. f X Euway Kuff? PATRICIA A PRANITIS An rndustrlous and likeable stu dent Pat has dtverse tnterests playmg., the accordion and drums drawmg and stamp col lectmg She also has a green thumb hobby growmg cactus In extra currxcular actrvmes shes a wrllmg worker College 15 her next step Student Faculty Councll 3 Grrls League 1 2 3 Senior Advlsors 3 Junxor College Club 1 2 Treasurer 3 Def Deutfche Ver ew 2 3 Forergn Affaxrs Club 1 2 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assoctauon 1 2 3 Golf 1 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Nauonal Honor Soc1ety3 5-...i N... 1 FRANK E POLGROSZEK Cbmg ns pursutng a college course for study nn the held of meteorology Cweather fore castmgj A lover of cold vueather and wnnter sports Ching thlnks hed llke to llve on the North Pole and pre dnct weather from there Secret ambmon IS to be Marlon Bran dos shadow Key Club 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 Q Ofmllfl t am tr n own a gon stem r m the fact ne ofhls fa rrta, hobb a mg el cars serving rn Arm o es e hopesc to eco e photographer m rster ROBERT W PROCTOR Smlle and the whole world smlles wlth you thats Bobf motto' Target shootmg vwheth er nt be mth bovx and arrow or a rllle IS Bob: foremost n terest Bob: rmmedtate plan ns college where he wall study electromc engrneermg Office Worker 1 Athletic As soc1at1on l 2 3 Foot all Squad 1 1 ANITA JOSEPHINE PONS Ponzi aspxres to earn her bread and butter by becomrng a pro fesslonal dancer Her apprecta tnon of good mus1c and her sktllful Hgure skatrng certamly mdncate an aptrtude for the vo canon Gtrls League Represmtattve 2 Grrls League 1 2 3 A Cap pella Cholr 2 Revrew of 56 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 ROSITA CA ROLE PONS Dance routtnes and recltals are an integral part of Ponzzr life Figure skatlnp., and other vrg orous sports help to keep her trxm and perky A housewtfes dunes wall attract her after grad uatton desprte her talent for sparky tap dancmg Student Faculty Councll 1 2 Girls League 1 2 3 Beehive Representatxve 3 A Cappella Chorr 2 Revlew of 55 Glrls Sports Club l Z 3 EDWARD PRYTKO Arne has tvso loves polka mu src and mtlntary life He s drummer for a teenage polka band and ofhcer of C1v1l Arr Patrol Cadets and a member of therr prectsxon drlll team Hrs next step IS an Arr Force career Alternate Press Representauve l Cafe Workerl 2 3 J Lffff tflfvtlfi 11, ,-A Sv 2, 2- n Y' , 'mr 56 '33 uv' Y-T7 EVELYN RUTH PUNKUNUS A typical teen ager Ewe enyoys popular mus1c and dancmg She has pursued a commercxal course and hopes to become a legal secretary Part trme ofhce work has provided a chance to pract1ce whxle learmng Grrls League 1 2 3 A Cap pellaCho1r1 2 3 Athlettc As soclatlon 1 2 3 ,ik .S I I I . 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C Q I -Q., ROSALIE REALE Shy and rather retrcent Ro J the type of grrl to whom people are attracted Marnly rnterested rn dancrng at whrch she rs qurte expert she secretly as prres to an around the world trrp Rosalre plans to wear the whrte whrle servrng those who need her help A Cappella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocratron 1 Twrrlerettes 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl Grrls League Representatrve 2 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club 2 3 Lrbrary Page 3 Beehwe Rep resentatrve 3 Press Representa trve DAVID RAHE JR Musrc may not make the world go but rt certarnly makes Dave go around He and hrs saxa phone have attended varrous af farrs the most memorable berng a summer trrp to japan Dave hopes someday to become a pro fessronal musrcran A Cappella Chorr 1 Band l GERALD A RAKOWSKI If Jerry rsnt gorng to use the car tonrght you find hrm lrs tenrng to pop musrc readrng or yust watchrng TV As an electrr cal engrneer hrs perseverence and good nature wrll be a asset to hrm Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 PATRICIA REMSEN Pam works at the Chamber of Commerce gettrng as she says wonderful experrence for her future rn the secretarral field Thrs grrl who lrves by the Golden Rule lrkes to read brographres because she frnds everythrng about people rnter estrng Grrls League 1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 junror Red Cross Rep resentatrve 2 ALBERT J RAMETTA An avrd sports fan Al seems to eat sleep and talk endlessly of sports Also a fan of the current rock n roll musrc he rs takrng an academrc course and plans to eventually become an electrrcran Athletrc Assocratron 1 GERALD RAVAGNANI Seerng rs belrvrng Gerry a huntrng and fishrng enthusrast has seen plenty of game and has brought much of rt back If his success rn thrs field car nes over he wrll have a suc cessful career rn electronrcs Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 ROBERT RENICK Bob a good student rs con templatrng enterrng erther Buck nell Unrversrty or the U S Coast Guard Academy to pre pare for a career as a crvrl engrneer Frshrng rce skatrng and bowlrng comprrse hrs major spare trme actrvrtres Student Faculty Councrl 1 Der Deutrcbe Verem 2 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 xy! 'tang AUDREY V RICHARDSON For one who enjoys so serene a hobby as readrng Bae has chosen a future whrch wrll prove qurte the opposrte She wrshes to carry the torch of truth and knowledge to other lands as a mrssronary A Cappella Chorr 1 Grrls League 1 Press Representatrve K' , fzfki 57 , . 4? 1 r ' A - ' ' 'E' st . - , ' I , . ' . . l . . , by i If! . . . - . . 2, 3. J MY: l , U . . . ' .' V ' 1 ' fs , - 7 ' 5 , ' n ' . . - - - V Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 D 7 ' , . . , a y - . . , - . ! - D . - . 7. . l . .- . . ' , .1 , 1, - - - - - - - ' Y ' ! 4 I . . - . l . - - I . : ' . ' 1 t , ,. : Q Q A , 5 2. u 1 p 3 A 1 U - , , - 9 D 4 t , , 3 Y A 3 . , , 5. - A, , J . g b , 9 Q . 3 . as 'N 1 I A P . I ' 5' ' fe- 'gg' CHARLES ROBISON Where there rs musrc you may fmd Charlre Although an ex cellent vxolrntst he prefers the rock n roll varrety to classrcal Charlxes plans are undecrded but dont be surprrsed rf he becomes one of the better known members of the en tertamment world Orchestra 1 2 3 Red Cross 1 2 3 Arhletrc Assocratxon l 2 3 Athletrc Assocratron Representatrve 3 ROSEMARY RING If Rosemary has her way the elementary school teacher short age wrll be reduced by one If she rs further permltted to choose handrcapped chrldren wrll profrt by her mterest rn them Musrc and the theater are her recreatrons Grrls League l 2 3 Semor Advrsors 3 Junror College Club l Ltbrary Page 3 Forergn Af farrs Club 1 3 Gtrls Sports Club l Red Cross Alternate Representatrve 2 Red Cross Representatxve 3 EUNICE A RINGROSE Somewhat phrlosophtcal rn her outlook on lrfe Eume has con srderable IFIICICSI rn journalism partly fostered by her Red and Gold experrence Between dead lmes she enjoys tennis and readmg At the moment she contemplates college and pos srbly a teaching career Grrls League 2 3 Representa ttve I Semor Advrsors 3 Jun: or College Club 2 3 Forergn Alfarrs Club 2 3 Red and Gold Staff 2 3 Press Club 2 3 Quzll and Scroll 2 3 Gtrls Sports Club 2 3 Athletrc As socratron 1 2 A Cappella Chorr l EMILY DORIS ROCHETTE Thts potentral prrvate secretary rs garntng experrence rn her posrtton at the Stanley Tools olhce a part tnme lob that may become permanent After work hours are devoted to her Sun day school class and to paxnt mg and more actively to ten nrs and rce skattng Grrls League 1 2 3 Junror College Club 1 2 3 Sen or Advrsors 3 Foreign Affarrs Club 3 Girls Sports Club l JOHN RIVERA just ask John about musrc youll be wrser when he fn ally sees you off for he knows all the latest pop tunes and collects those of Benny Good man I-Ie would lrke to get mto the Marmes MYRTA DOLORES RIVIERA Butch rs one of the few rn dtvrdualrsts presently fond of archery Her target for a dns that future lxes rn the fleld of reportmg but for the near future she wtll accept the goal of becommg a prrvate secretary Athletxc Assocratron 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Semor Class Play 3 Grrls League Rep resentatrve 3 Grrls League 1 2 3 Semor Advtsors 3 L brary Page 3 KERIN E ROMENICI Kerm belteves that Srlence golden but not when rt comes to musrc whrch she thoroughly enjoys espectally ltght opera and classtcal preces Kerm plans to become a secretary subse quent to graduatton Grrls League 3 junror Col lege Club 3 ARLENE ANN ROMITELLI A pettte sparklxng and potsed cheerleader IS Arlene who lu t loves socrety Never grve up rs her opttmrstrc vrew toward lrfe and by followmg thrs rule she has succeded socrally and scholastrcally She looks forward to a future tn nursing Grrls League 2 3 Representa trve l Semor Advtsor 3 jumor College Club 3 Ofhce Worker 2 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Press Representatrve 2 A Cap pella Chotr I Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Cheerleaders 1 Co captam 2 Captarn 3 Gnrls Sports Club 1 2 3 'Mehr QW Qu., fX 58 '39 Q A ' if . 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M VI? 68+ '55 EDWARD SACHARKO Zzggyr plans for the future rn culde makrng money as a polr trcran and berng the vrce presr dency of a brg corporatron He also hopes to own some sport cats Thrs young man obvrously belreves that only hens make money by layrng around A LEO PAUL ROSANO Leo: frrendlrness helpfulness humor and wrt are hrs most outstandrng trarts To these we may add hrs rnqursrtrveness for Leo wants to be a chemrst after college Hrs lersure trme rs drvrded between cars and n'll1S1C Mens College Club 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Band 1 Orchestra I Athletrc Assocra tron l Senror Class Play 3 BARBARA ANN ROTH How surprrsrng that back of Barbaras demure countenance Ires a strong lrkrng for rock n roll musrc of whrch she has a collectron Presently she rs pre parrng for a nursrng career as a part trme nurses ard at he Memorral Hosprtal Student Faculty Councrl 2 Grrls Verem Vrce Presrdent 3 Ath letrc Assocratron I JOSEPH SACHARKO Hu' two three four' famrlrar to Slmrley smce he marches to that chant every week as a member of the Na tronal Guard At present hrs major rnterest rs rn the nuts screws tubes and wrres that compose our modern automo brles Press Representatrve 1 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 3 JUDITH B RUBENSTEIN Judy rs gregarrous affable and wrtty She asprres to be a physr cal educatron teacher for whrch her extensrve camprng experr ence plus her sports abrlrtres are good credentrals Defrnrtely an optrmrst she always seeks a brrght spot Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 Grs Sports Club 1 2 3 Grrls League 1 2 Representa trve 3 Senror Advrsors 3 jun r r College Club 1 2 Forergn Alfarrs Club 1 2 3 BARRY HENRY RYDBERG Keen eyed Barry known rn rrfle crrcles for hrs marksmanshrp lrkes to hunt and fish when he rsnt busy workrng at hrs part trme rob A future busrness ty coon he wrll some day own and manage hrs own store Press Representatrve 3 A Cap tron Representatrve 2 NANCY SACHOK Actrvrty rn many extra currrcu lar actrvrtres shows that Nan wants always to be where the actron rs Peppy musrc and danc rng rate number one wrth her Nancy hopes to make elemen tary school teachrng her career A Cappella Chorr 1 Revrew of 55 I Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Twrrlerettes 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 2 Amphron Club 1 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 junror College Club I 2 3 Lrbrary Page 3 'TN 59 -G' lm :wg it ak ,ix iv--Y VILMA ANGIE SARDILLI I could have danced all nrght Vrlma srngs and she means rt Tap polka waltz or ballet Vrlma lrkes to dance She rs ready any trme to grve up her part trme rob and concentrate on berng., a dancrng teacher Q' ,. . . . . -I 1 u I r - 1 , '- y . . . 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' ' T . , - - . , y . . . . 7 , Y ' D . , I 5 . . 5 5 , : , u 9 Q , , 9 . r r I N t ls, I r ukiixrh 333314: ,gk ANN ADEL SCHNITZKE Annze asprres to the yob of pn vate secretary to a top execu tnve Asxde from poundrng a typewrxter Annze also thmks that the musnc of Nat Klng Cole IS terrlhc Another of her fa vornte pastrmes rs tnppmg the lrght fantastxc Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 W KENNETH C SAVAGE Theres no busrness lrke show busrness Ken strongly be lxeves To become a Broadway producer after college ts hrs goal For relaxatron he lrkes nothlng better than playrng a vrgorous game of tenms As 3 record enthusnast he collects all the current hrts Press Representatlve l Press Club 2 Boys Intramural Sports l Amphron Club 2 MARCIA ANN SCALISE Whether she be twrrlrng or glrdrng over the dance floor or srttmg lxstemng to records rock n roll IS Marcras favorxte pastrme She 15 obtarnrng a good background for her career as a private secretary by combmrng a college and buslness course Gnrls League 3 Representatnve 1 2 jumor College Club 1 3 Forergn Affaxrs Club 3 Ath letrc Assocratronl 2 3 Twrrl erettes 2 NANCY JOAN SEVERINO Nan no habla Expanolf but she wlshes she could She plans first to become a secretary and later to become a housewrfe Rrght now a part txme job as a typnst and ballroom dancrng full many out of school hour Student Faculty Councrl 3 Gnrls League 2 3 Representative 1 Senior Advlsors 3 Office Worker 3 Athletnc Assoclanon l Grrls Sports Club 1 CS all lem, l IRENE J SCHIFFERT A conscrennous student Irene experrences deep pleasure and sarnsfactron from readnng a good book She has no rntentron of becomrng an author how ever for despxte her lxterary leanmgs the vnhrte unrform and cap of the regrstered nurse at tract her Grrls League 1 2 3 Jumor College Club 1 2 3 Nurses Ard 3 Der Deutsche Verem 3 A Cappella Chou' 1 2 3 Ath letlc Assocxatxon 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Senror Class Play 3 EUGENIE SCHMALZ Oh golly' says Geme glad to rind that lnfe offers many pleasant surprlses Dancxng and swrmmmg grve her pleasure when part txme dunes rn a mer chandxsmg company are done Her plans for after graduatron are her secret Gxrls League 1 FERNANDA SGUAZZA Fermer rnterest ln drawrng and sewmg are secondary to her nn terest rn law although her part trme yob as clerk has no relatron to any of them She hopes some day to put up her sxgn lnterxor decorator Girls League l 2 3 Lnbrary Page 3 Press Representatrve 1 Athletxc Assocratron 1 G1 ls Sports Club l 2 3 3 Q' 'Q -SSW 4 60 wa BARBARA LEE SHAW Barb rs a peppy llttle blonde who llkes to dance any way any trme Tap dancmg how ever IS her speclal forte When her diploma rs rn hand she hopes for the secretanal ca reer for whlch she has trained rr s L ague l 2 3 letxc Assocratron 1 2 Twlrler ettes 1 Girls Sports Club l IR . . . 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'gm fini' ng 'Y CAROL ANN SINKWICZ Carol Ann thrnks she wants to be a prrvate secretary In af ter hours shell contrnue to en roy rce skatrng swrmmrng and dancrng Rrght now she may be numbered among the large number of admrrers of one Elvrs Presley Grrls League 1 2 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 Grrls Sports Club 1 WILLIAM C SHEEHAN B111 possesses leadershrp and scholastrc abrlrty as well as a frne character and sprrrt of serv rce Through hrs actrve partrcr patron rn currrcular and extra currrcular actrvrtres he has farthfully served hrs school and communrty A career rn medr crne wrll be hrs goal Honor Socrety 2 Presrdent 3 Student Faculty Councrl 1 Key Club 1 Treasurer 2 Secretary 3 Mens College Club 1 2 3 Der Deultcbe Verem 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 As socrate Eclrtor Beebwe Staff 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Senror Class Play 3 Boys State Junror Red Cross 1 Presrdent 2 3 Amphronl MICHAEL A SHELTO Assocratrng hrmself wrth the hrgh stepprng band of NBHS as a drummer Mzckey hopes to have the opportunrty to drum wrth a well know band some trme rn the future Though he rs a numrsmatrst Mzclzey wrll study engrneerrng after gradua tron Press Representatrve 1 2 Band 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Football Squad 1 2 ALGERT SLIVINSKAS Brushes pens charcoal and pencrls are tools whrch Al handles wrth dexterrty hopes to use all these and more rn hrs future career as a commercral artrst Besrdes sketchrng basketball and pocket brllards occupy hrs free trme Basketball Squad 1 2 Boys Intramural Sports 1 2 ANTHONY SILVERI Ragrng wrnds and flyrng snow have no place rn Tonyr heart srnce sunny Calrfornra rs hrs home state Havrng been Master of Ceremonres rn several stage shows rn hrs former school he may frnd that experrence use ful rn a career BARBARA I SINKIEWICZ Bobble Jane: chref ambrtron rs to get marrred after graduatron but a part trme rob workrng among IBM operators has grven her a secret desrre to be an operator She collects records as a hobby rn her spare trme Grrls League 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 2 3 ANN MARIE SLYSZ Ann: garety that has lrvened many a school day Knot to mentron a Senror playj has pleased customers rn a local coffee shop After she garns the coveted cap of the regrstered nurse rt may brrghten the lrves of her patrents Grrls League l 2 3 Junror College Club 3 Nurses Arde 3 A Cappella Chorr 3 Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 rrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Sen Class Play 3 EDWARD M SNEIDEMAN Actrve rn most sports Ed r pref erence rs for golf Hrs decrsron to become a pharmacrst was perhaps rnfluenced by hrs part trme rob rn a drug store Edr frrends agree that hrs genurne rnterest rn people should assure hrm an agreeable future Key Club 2 3 Mens College Club l 2 Secretary 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Beebwe Repre sentatrve 3 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 2 MW bl I , - . 7 ,Z ' I . 3 N, ' y .' 3 . . t ' fl ' S . 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V, I Conmer gentle and qulet man ner m addrtxon to her ove for chrldren wrll be an asset rn the teachtng held Asrde from her dlllgent study she takes pleasure m playtng the ptano and tn all forms of mustc Glrls League Representattve l 2 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Semor Advtsors 3 Juntor College Club 1 2 3 Foretgn Affarrs Club 2 3 Press Representattve 3 Red Cross Representatxve 3 A Cappella Choxr l 2 3 Semor Chotr 3 Athletrc As socnatton I 2 3 Gtrls Sports Cu 1 2 3 Senxor ass Play 3 MARGARET SNELLING No matter what the rhythm nor what the step from tango to tap to polka rf tts dancmg tts for Margxe Her commercxal course has provided trammg for a lnvelxhood but she hopes to dance A Cappella Choir l Athletic Assocxatronl 2 3 Twrrlerettes l 2 3 Gtrls Sports Club 1 2 3 Grrls League Representa tlve l 3 Gxrls League 1 2 3 HOWARD B SOHN Hou ze ns one of our steady tn dustrxous and dependable sent ors who rs seekmg a vocatron m chemtstry after attendmg col lege Mustc by Les Baxter and Mltch Mtller provtde enjoyment for Home durtng hrs not too frequent lexsure Mens College Club 2 3 Der Deutrche Venn 2 3 Athlettc Assoclatlon l 2 3 RITA M SOKOLSKI Htghest rankmg gxrl tn the college preparrtory course as a jumor Rrta ts accomplnshed on the ptano and tn flne needle work Gardentng tenms and out door acnvxtres serve as a ance Beyond college she as not decided Gtrls Sports Club 1 2 Senlor Class Play 3 Honor So cley 2 3 Student Faculty Counc1l3 Grrls League l 2 3 Semor Advxsors 2 3 ,Ium or College Club 2 3 Foretgn Affarrs Club 3 Red and Gold Staff 2 Press Representative 1 Press Club 2 Red Cross Rep resentattve 3 GEORGE SOMERS If you have a broken radro C or watch bring George our hx xt man who de ltghts rn nnkertg As mrght be expected hrs chotce of career naturally IS TV repamng He hopes some day to play a guxtar FRANCIS R SONZELLA WARREN SPRAGUE Frank wlll endeavor to prove that expertence ts the best teacher as he contmues full ttme the yob where he has vsorked only part time For the pleasure of others he serves the Veterans Canteen for hrs own pleasure he chooses cars Football Squad l Track Team l Beehwe Representatxve 3 Ownmg his own car naturally Warren ns mterested rn trnker mt, wrth motors Besldes thts he lxkes to swim After school he holds down a yob rn a super market Arrcraft englneertng vull be hrs chosen career after college 1""-5' 1 Besldes being., an avxd swimmer and an ardent golfer john makes a hobby of collecttng match boxes of varxous kinds Next fall wall hnd htm m col ege preferably a New Eng land college studymg to be come an electromc engtneer Athletic Assoctatton l 2 3 3 Q -3 is, 62 at , R, s ybl- S ' ' I' , , 3: me- 3 3 ' 1 A ' t , 4 l - 3 A 3 , I ' af, . ,U ' Y lt is ' 3 K, CONSTANCE E. SONZELLA . JOHN A. SPRING . . - . ' -I - E I . . 5 1 Y - j lb , ', ' 1' ' Cl i R s,., C if We I 3 Y If fp- f'3s..'X ROBERT A STANKELIS To sleep but not be lazy to be pleasingly rich but not disgustingly so these are Bob: wishes Basketball and baseball are the hobbies of this likeable senior who has his eyes on the Air Force if-3 ELAINE M. SQUILLACOTE Twenty years from now when they're looking for pictures of the victorious '57 season, they can turn to Elaine who has kept a pictorial scrap-book rec- ord. After a part-time job, she likes to swim. Nursing's next. Girls' League 1, 2, Alternate Representative 33 Senior Ad- visors 33 Junior College Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 Girls' Sports Cluh 1 JANET SQUIRES "Dancing" is a magic word for jan whose interest includes all types. Only the Pat Boone's music stops her feet long enough to facilities listening A bank bookkeeper now she ex pects to become a stenographer Student Faculty Council 1 2 Girls Leaguel 2 3 Nursess Aid 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Girls Sports Clubl 2 3 ARLENE JANE STANOCK Pool ocean or lake they all attract Arlene who envres the mermaids When there is no body of water handy however she takes the dance floor as her second choice Her future career will be that of a sec retary Student Faculty Council 1 Girls League Z 3 Representative 1 Senior Advisors 3 Junior Col lege Club l 3 Foreign Affairs Club 3 Athletic Association I 2 3 Twirlerettes 2 Girls Sports Club 2 3 6 DENNIS S. STACHELEK Having a liking to write eve since elementary school, Denny hopes to be a journalist in col- lege. His relaxation from a part- time drug-store job lies in all types of sports, especially foot- ball and basketball. Men's College Club 3: Foreign Affairs Club 3g Press Represent- ative 1, 2, 33 Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 33 Boys' Intramural Sports Ig Baseball Squad 2. THOMAS STAGIS The Ou'l'J prowess on the bas- ketball court has gone un- equaled in the school this year and has earned him the cap- taincy of our team Tom 5 plans for the future are uncertain His wrt and excellent leader ship both explain hrs very wide popularity Athletic Assocratron 1 2 3 Basketball Squad 1 2 3 DIANE MARIE STAUBLEY As long as the discs are spin ning on a turn table D115 happy lust lrstenrng As to the future it will be le al records that oc cupy her time since she intends to become a secretary to an attorney Girls League Representative 3 Girls League I 2 3 Senior Advisor 3 Athletic Association 1 2 3 Twrrlerettes 1 . A t, .uw .1 5 JAMES S STAUBLY Staubr grave demeanor rllu trates the old adage that strll water runs deep Being an indivrdualist lzm gets relaxa tion and pleasure from hunting fishing., and working with model aircraft After college he will turn his talents toward in dustrial engineering f- THERESA STAUBLY GROVE F STEELE Q3 Sv- 119-av BETTY ANN STEINMAN Serrous rn purpose frrendly rn manner rntensrve rn actron Betty wrll take a lrberal arts course rn college her next goal Musrc lrterature and fine art share her fond enthusrasm So cral welfare work rs her drstant goa Senror Advrsors 3 junror Col lege Club 2 3 Foreign Affarrs Club 2 3 Gurdance Center Worker 2 3 A Cappela Chorr 2 3 Starlettes 2 3 Senror Chorr 2 3 Revrew of 55 Athletrc Assocratron 2 3 French Club 3 Whrle she rs now takrng a col lege course Therese or Terry rs lookrng forward to her lrfes work as a nurse Out of school she has a lrkrng for swrmmrng and playrng tennrs One of her favorrte pastrmes rs parntrng Grrls League 2 3 junror Col lege Club 3 MORRIS J STAVNEZER A barrel of happmess and pounds of determrnatron thrs rs Moe An avrd taste for both books and sports rllustrates these trarts After colleg he hopes to become a dentr but hrs actrng abrlrty may ch IS plans Key Club 2 3 ns College Club 2 3 F erg- Affarrs Club 3 AM so 1 2 ss Pla rg, NB Af? V, A Quai THEODORE STOUTENBERG Ace a member of the Model A Restorers Club has been workrng., on hrs own roadster After the rob rs done the car should be rn the same condrtron as rt vsas when rt rolled off the productron lrnes Ate has been studyrng., for mechanrcal grneerrng., Mens College Club 1 2 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 Bee hue Representatrve 3 Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 Class Play 3 Amphron Club 1 'Ki- SJ Z fl kr 'Q' f 3 x L' Butch lrkes sports rn any srze or shape especrally baseball rn whrch he rs a star player on the NBHS team Lrkable and wrllrng to lend a hand he rs a welcome member rn any group Thrs fact may help hrm frnd the success he seeks Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Varsrty Baseball 2 3 ROGER W STEINBERG Rog A German scholar and a car enthusrast spends hrs free trme eatrng sleeprng and talkrng cars he even drrves a truck for a local market Need less to say Rag: dream rs to become a mrllronarre sports car racer Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports 1 Der Deutrche Verezn 3 JOHN K STULIGLOWA Stull .1 rather quret and re served member of the Senror class always seems to have a nrce chuckrm, complrmcnt for hrs many frrends lf all goes wxell hrs college. course wrll lead to a futurc rn chcmrstry bf' 64 'R' ri 50" li MARTIN -I SUDELL JR Marty who rs some hat authorrty on an al , cra prrd f n gran h r D s Hd a st 1 lrn Tro 3 MW ENG. bl ' ku. ' Q- 4' Vx RICHARD SYMEEISH esq RU ,cheerig-lly cegl 3, that y Althlmpll busy mth .1 fpvitlme rub at a pas slatlon R156 tlncls tlme tor hun 5 and hshlng, hls favor lte spltyjs Iiffb plans to end college' j Athlerl ASSQCI3lbH 1 2 Boys Intramural Sports FootbaIl Squad Z KATHLEEN M. SUNBURY IXIIIILIIVCIICSS ablllty and per sonallty nl l help Ixay attaln her rlnk III thc IHUSIIICSS wsorlll The l wc mf thc lsltcr beckons her both lurlnc xxlntcr antl sum mer for skatlnl. and swlmmlnp bctuecn sclsons she can be scen tlrlvlnt, clown the faxrxsays C lrls Leaeuc RCPICSCHIHIIVE I LI Crlrls Sports Clubl 2 9 Recl C ross Representatlve CHARLINS R SWARTZ7 f A gootl heacl for figures anal an tjfaa .fa 4,4 'aww . I N lj PH YLLIS 1. SWENTUSKY Because she lll-.es horses Pbyl collects statues and hpurlnes of graceful Arablans and pranclng ponles As an alrllne hostess 11911 wlll un loubteclly try to be on tl planc that wlll set er down to see a Ixentucl-cy Derby Grs League I 7 3 Senor Advlsors 5 JUHIOI' College Club I 3 Ofhce Worker 3 Forelgn AIIAIIS Club 3 Athletlc Asso tlon I 7 5 Glrls Spo Club I DAVID PAUL SYKES The words enloyment and muslc are almost synonymous to Daze llstenlng, to Hl Fl re corcllngs and partlclpatlng accurate memory are Ciarlzys f M Cl b 3 U lu S most valuable as cts for he hopes to operate hls own su er market someday 'A pa t II e , yob IH a local grocery store as prowltled experlence ln that elcl Palntlnt, affords hlm recreatlon farlous uslc u c v e take up much of hls tlme HIS easy manner of conwersatlon vxlll make hlm popular as a physlo theraplst A Cappella Cholr I 7 9 Sen lor Cholr I 7 3 Athletlc Asso Cldllllfl 1 7 u Track Team I 7 n Mens Chorus ctw-Xu YVVIWQ VM ,LAN rf fn Kr' I ' wa waz M-ffffywff J bf ,fn 14-,v'4f""v7 sf WH 22 W0 VZ ZZ f Q ff, M,,'-UQ,f,o .4u.,f,Vpa,.f1frff,wic4! JUDITH K SYMOLON An lnclustrlous charmlng, mlss xxlth l weakness for beautlful tlothcs lb Judy Her secret de slre IS to lcarn many forelkgn languages so that she may bea ranslator at the U N reallty a yournallstlc career at tracts Judy Grs Leaguel 2 3 junor College Clubl 2 7 Forelg Affalrs Club I 2 3 Press Rep resentatlve 2 A Cappella Cholr I 7 Athletlc Assoclatlonl 2 a Glrls Sports Club I 2 J benlor Class Play 3 fi 5' 6 Mn 'G' 65 -.,c,cuD5'f 5497? DIANA TARICANI JOAN TELKE 4-'V' says Dee ready for anythlng Always happy Dlane as a fu ure nursc sur to brln chcer to her patlents In rclax atlon Dar llncls enjoyment ln llstcnlnc t popular muslc and ln clanclng, r s L acue I unlor College Club Forelcn Affalrs Club Alhletlc ASSflLIdIlOD summcr or wlnter raln or shlne as shc cnloys lce skatlng swlm ITIIIIL archery ancl IISICDIHQ., to popular muslt Her QUICK per sonalltv antl her LIIIILCUCC ln her work bolc xxcll for A SCCIC tarlal future Cxrs Lacuel 7 3 Sen 1' ALINISIJYS 9 junlor C olleg,e Club a Fore-lg,n AITAIYS Club 5 Press Representatlve 5 Arhletlc Asso IIOH I 7 5 Cvlrls Sports u I Shi 'Par fan wf5""'-c'!1""'d" no U" I r ' -3 4 ' I 1 c 1 A 75 I ' ' ' - ' . . 5. . . - ,Q , , y xr.- , - A p , , . ve- K. L, V , , . , 17 K, V H 3 1 .. . , Q ' , ,x . , -tj ' . , , 4 - xv L Z, 53 Glrls Leng e I, 2, 33 ' Q' - . '- - . K . ' ' I cia' , -, A1 ' ' rts ,' " .Ui K ' l' x ' 7 I V . . 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K ,V 'f' , I Y A I . f .V .iffy it-it h V -I 1 jf , , if I: T I ll ' r 1 so cc N s..-1 . .MH L ,Jaya ,z la A s 1 L :' Q 'Ona HELEN SUZANNE TOLIS Talent IS a vsord elosely related to Helen She not only IS erfted musrcally performrm., expertly on both the prano and organ but also enjoys o1l parntlm., and gardenxnll., Upon g,r.1duat1na, from college He-len antrerpates becommg, .1 broloerst Honor Socrety 7 3 Student Faeulty Councrl 3 G1rls League 1 2 3 Sen1orAdv1sors3 u ror Colle e Club 2 3 Foreren AHHITS Club 2 3 CoCha1rman of Socral Commxttee Beehlze Staff 3 Athletrc Assocratron 3 Grrls Sports Club 1 3 Re ross Representatfve 2 3 Sen 1or Class Play 3 S PHILIP A THIBAULT JR If hrs dream of archrtectural engmeerrng comes true Plul may have a hand rn the desrgn of future Emprre State Burld mgs and Golden Gate Brrdges For relaxatron he choses svsrm mmg golfing or archery Athletrc Assoerarron I 2 5 lootball Squad 7 3 Boys In tramural Sports I GLORIA TIIIBEAULT Marchrng., down the football held rn her Red and Gold um form Gln drsplays an abundanee of school sprrrt as a Txyrrlerette Slnce she also enjoys vreorous aet1v1r1es svsrmmme daneme and sleatme she yxrll doubtless be kept movme 1n her chosen eareer Grrls Leaeuel 7 3 Press Rep resentatrxe 3 Athletrc Assoera tlonl Txyrrlerettes 2 3 Girls orts Club l IOAN IIIFRYSA TObA ITI arm 1 sotuhle mrss x11r1 le xxor s for eyeryone ltn o mems y IFIIIL out s me t1er 1ee 1r xx rne lly SIC hope In xperrenee n l r em 1 feral e1u se r 1 t .1 seeretarx r s Leleue l Iorer n A IIYS Club 3 Ath etre Asso t1ot1 1 Cnrls Spors 1 'EY ELAINE MARIE THORICK Elames spare moments melude readme vs atchrnl, football eames and lrstenrng., to popular musre espeerally that of Pat Boone Her parrnme rob as a ryprst j.,lVCS Elame valuable experrence for she asplres to a career as a medrcal secretary Grrls Leaeue Representatrve l 7 3 Senror Advlsors 3 u 1or College Club 7 3 Othee Wtmrker I Fore1g.,n Affalrs Club 7 A Cappella Chorr I Ath letxc Assoeratron I 7 3 Grrls orts Club 1 2 CHARLIINI' C TOENNIC1I'b Loolune to the future when she may vsear vyrth drsuncnon the xxhrre eap of .1 nurse Charlene rs employed rn .1 doctors olhee and does volunteer uork at the hosp1t1l and Rel Cross Blood mobrle lor relaxatlon she en roys elassreal musre 1r s L aeue l 3 benn Adyrsors 3 Iunror C olleee C lub rse s le e er DLIIIILIVL lerenz 3 Yoreren Af l'a1rs Club 3 G1rls bports Club RIC HARD T IRAblxOb SWLCII e ln Dufr m o ole IS reseryel for 11s s ipin last summer ne l 11 1e trumpet Sump eolleetrna, eolf 1 me 1re srde attrunes H1 NILICIIIJUS blue eyes are hxed on ehemleal enelneerrne t1on.1l Honor bouety ut Chl l'aeulty Councll 7 Nlens College Club 7 3 Der Dcnfyrhe Verezu u Forergen Al farrs Club 3 Band 1 Orehes -v 66 fm af" NORMAN P TRL blxCJSlxl 1 e ter the musre world 18 Normans eII"I1blIl0l'l II s n FFILLIIIIL plan however IS to re ee ye 1 eolle e drploma rn mu s Io t IS en he has stuuee t prano and aeeordron Hrs part trme srob at at drug su e hm ts hrs rpuvsxde t1v1t1es x Wm Q., 117' Av A W wi I ' A A 1" K ' . , , A ry 1 ' v v 7, ' - 1 , ' , x L, I . 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" ' , f J , ' ' ' me- 7 1 r. - o ALIJlJl use as -1 ' I ' ' ' " ' - ' N' 5' K' 5 :rl ' . ,. , , , . , . . . , 2' I i V' -, .1 - CJI l' 'aj ,l, JI ' g fN.1 ' ' ' 2, C71 4 I' 1 CLC ' 1 ,z ' 3- Hg: Q ig lf sr 1- Y Q -, S1 ll ,I y ,fb t, ,QJ n- en' 1, 1, ig 1' 1' 5 rs . - 1 ul -, ,Q 1 23,2 ' L' 1 ,fz -v g cg11b1,z,s. 1 fl 1 - 'a f 4, "'..'- .N 'h 5 5 77' . lnjdl t I yy y tra l. K5 U 1 - I I - 1 f C , 9 d f I , Q ' f' . . U 7 I 4? A I 5 F "Punt , A I V f if ii...- To ef." mf, FRANK VA LUK Both Frank J hobbies and ambi tion revolve around the maze of viires and tubes in his radio and TV To invent a color TV telephone is his secret aspira tion Actively participating in NBHS sports Frank has many friends Football Squad 1 5 Boys In tramural Sports 1 2 3 Base b 1 3 LEE DONALD TURNER Lee or Ting has a quiet nature which is complimented by a very mature and serious outlook on life, He is pursuing a col- lege course and plans to become an engineer. Besides working part-time, Lee collects stamps and enjoys driving. Student - Faculty Council 2, Der Iluufirhe Vefein 35 Stamp Club 23 Athletic Association 1, Z, 3. LEROY T. URBANSKI Leroy, taking a mixed course, has the ambition of some day being able to patrol the Con- necticut highways as a state policeman. In his spare time, he ushers at a local theater and enjoys all sports. Boys Intramural Sports I WILLIAM j VALUKEVICI-I A love of out door life has led Bill to choose a career in the U S Forestry Service Hunting., and fishing., are not the only in terests of this future forest ranger hoviever for ice skating., and bowling., are also favorites Student Faculty Council I fr' 67 ANTHONY M, VALENTI Since Tony will see only the sea and ships in the Navy, he will surely miss the green and brown woods in which he spends much time Hicking flies into water or dropping animals in their tracks. VIVIAN V. VALENTINE A commercial course back- ground should help E. V. attain her ambition, which is to be- come an executive secretary. I-Ier part-time job in a travel service may help her to fulfill her secret wish, to travel around the world. Girls' League Representative I, 2, 53 Girls' League I, Z, 53 Senior Advisors Q' junior Col- lege Club Z 3 Beehzze Rep resentative 5 Athletic Associa tion I 7 a Girls SportsClub GERALD A VANTY After fulfilling. his military ob ligatioris by joining, the Air Force Gerry hopes to find an interesting and swell paying, iob At present he finds pleasure in hunting crows in ice skating and in tinkering., with his car Q 3. :so 'M 'er Q ' F' .1 .. .,,-0 Av A i '- I -. ixiffif , 55 r 1 J.: 4 ii 0 ' 4242" if ' ROBERT VARKA lfln b s a read e in s way by eifxffffg much of his spg e to ham radio opdation In what time is left m nrct builds scale models of var us kinds Radio luB'I 7 a A Cappella Choir I 'Lo g. ' . t , fs ' ' - i . -, fl ' ' ' I, 2, 5. A I 4 , . .- 1 . . . 7 . . . - . . y , ft ics h . Q , .Y . , , . 7 . 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JANET WALUK A firm bellever ln law and or der Jani ambmon rs to pro clanm her convxctnon by wearmg the honorable badge of a po llcewoman On the less rtsky srde she elects the pursuits of xce skatmg and dancmg Girls League 1 2 3 Jumor College Club 3 Foreign Aflaxrs Club 3 Athletic Assoclatlon 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Clubl 2 3 SHIRLEY ANN VETRE A dance floor and ocean and a frozen pond these all con note pleasure to Sbnl' Now en gaged m a part nme job domg ofhce work Shu! hopes to re mam m an othce but as a prrvate secretary Grs Legue12 3 rls Sports Club 1 2 3 DONALD VISNIA Don: ltkes xnclude money and more money In addmon to has pecuniary tnterest however Don enloys baseball football hunting and l:lShlUg Although hrs secret ambmon rs to be a multlmllllonalre Don plans to become an electnc techmcxan Football Squad 1 Boys Intra mural Sports 2 Baseball Squad FRANCES ANN WARE Frenchze may be one of those people who wrll have a hand m the hairstyles of tomorrow for she wants to be a beautnclan Besldes collecttng records pecnally those of Bull Doggxtt and Srl Austrn she devnses her ovsn dances to them A Cappella Choxr 1 jOl-IN VITKAUSK AS Vzt whose IHICIESIS lxe along the electrxcal lxne has hrs own radno stanon The woods also hold an appeal for V11 as he enloys hunnng Upon gradua tnon V11 plans to enter the Arr Force and become a pllot Athletic Association l 2 3 Radto Club 1 2 3 MARLENE F WALTERS For Marlene Lfe IS just bowl of cherrxes waxtmg to be pxcked and enjoyed She scores swtmmxng sewmg shop pmg super This Goodwxn Tech Laurel Gxrls State representa txve plans to become a buyer for a large store Gnrls League 3 jumor College Club 3 Forexgn Affairs Club 3 Press Representatxve 3 Ath letlc Assocxatlon 3 RODNEY WASEL Rod has dreams of takmg off 1nto the wxld blue yonder a a yet p1lot At present however he IS earthbound to a part trme lob rn a local market relleved when the txme permxts by the manly sport of hunting Athlet1c ASSOCIHIIOH 1 2 3 of A. H i 68 1 4-"' he it Ni' JAY J WEBB Agreeable IS the word for jay who enyoys any work as long as rt mvolves people Next year wrll find htm rn college He wnll study c1v1l engmeermg to gran fy h1s long held wxsh to be responsxble for some large con strucnon Nattonal Honor Soclety 2 'lreasurer 3 Student Faculty Counc1l2 3 Key Club 2 Vxce Presrdent 3 Mens College Club l 2 Presndent 3 Foreign Af faxrs Club 3 Sports Edrtor Red and Gold Staff 3 Press Club 3 Athlet1c Assocxatlon 1 2 3 Basketball Squad 2 3 Boys ln tramural Sports 1 Semor Class Play jumor Red Cross Rep resentatxve Delegate Nutmeg Boys State Lxeutenant Govern or New England Key Clubs Qiv ' ' ' ' . . . A ' ' - ' ' ' ' , 1 -. W . . '. . ' ' . 9' G Q V y y , , Q f , s . ' i l ' fl , , Q Gi ' ' ' ' , , L A ,. A 4 1 1 - 1 n ' I 'L ls. 1 , L. , If 3 - 'A' X , - - , gb H H 3 . . . , A l . . , , ' 5 ' . I z - , , , , , . . . 5 . I . 7 l. f ,,, . if - - A f, . . . . ,- - - - . ' ' y ' ' "A - . , l . ' ' - . 2, 3. .. I - , - - Q h . . 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Q5 . , l K- '4 or ' fr: 'yy U05 12.4- WAYNE L WHITE Belreve rt or not rs Waynes favorrte sayrng and we do belreve rt when he tells us he rs gorng to become a pharma crst Wayne eagerly awarts the openrng of the huntrng season when he can engage rn hrs fa vorrte pastrme A Cappella Chorr 1 2 Student Faculty Councrl Representatrve is 1 CAROL MARIE WEBER The pot hooks and curly kews of stenoraraphy hold no mystery for our Carol who plans to cnter the ranks of the prrvate secretarres The clrck of needles perhaps synchronrzes wrth the pop musrc she lrstens to whrle she purls one knrts two Cyrrls League Representatrve 2 3 Grrls Lear,ue1 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 Athletrc Assocra n 1 2 WILLIAM W WEBER Br!! rs pursurnc a college course vrrth the hope of some day be comrng., a promrnent lawyer In hrs spare trme he enroys the outof doors wrth skrrng rated as hrs favorrte sport B111 also enjoys huntrng and baseball Mens College Club 3 Der Deulfcbe Verern 2 3 Forergn Aflarrs Club 3 Beebzze Repre sentatrve 3 Athletrc Assocranon 2 Skr Club 2 WALTER J WIEGAND Conscrentrous rn all matters en royrng a quret joke Wzgg has worked hard Actrve rn school projects desprte a part trrnerob he looks forward to attendrng college and followrng rt wrth a career rn aeronautrcal engr neerrng Key Club 3 Mens College Club 2 3 Press Representatrve 3 Stamp Club 1 2 Ath letrc Assocratron I 2 3 584. Q' hu. -'mv fp ss 'r.,,. l .a L Y 1 ' " 1 1. 69 TAUBE WEINSTEIN Do unto others what you would have them do unto you belreves Taube and as all who know her wrll alhrm she defr nrtely practrces what she preaches An excellent pranrst she hopes to teach Latrn or French after college Honor Socrety 2 3 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club 2 3 Olhce Worker 1 Forergn Af farrs Club 2 3 Beehwe Staff 5 A Cappella Chorr I Ath letrc Assocratron I Representa trve 2 3 Grrls Sports Club I JUDITH MARION WELCH Judy J patrence and cheerfulness make her a natural for her chosen career pedractrrc nur srng Her popularrty rs not lrmrted to chrldren however as rs vsell evrdenced by her pcren nral electron as attendant t the Home comrng Queen Secretary Student Faculty Coun crl 5 Czrrls Leaguel Treasurer 2 Vrce Presrdent 3 Senror Ad vrsors 3 junror College Club I 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 2 MICHAEL WILEY The labyrrnth of tubes behrnd your TV may mean nothrng to you but to Woody rts hrs fu ture lrvelrhood A part trme rob at the Gas and Lrght Company has lrmrted hrs socral actrvrtres but not hrs ambrtron of drrvrng a racrng car Athletrc Assocratron 2 3 v-7 X fv- MIR JOHN HENRY WILK JR jar rntends to concentrate on gettrng a college drploma Sports and cars whether regarded srngly or together constrtute the chref delrghts of hrs lersure hours Comrnr., rn second place the beat of rock n roll wrns hrs approval Basketball Squad 3 Boys Intra mural Sports 1 2 3 EW ' 'Q' -4, , 4 I , 1 . , IC ' r' ' ' ' l I . 3 , ' ' I 1 "' . 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GWMJJ1 JU' PM W mf! fy M0644 Z' SHIRLEY ANN WINKAITIS Shirl, an amateur horticulturist and an ice-skating enthusiast, claims that the secretarial world awaits her upon graduation. A quiet, but affable person, she holds a part-time job in a local credit department. Athletic Association I, 2, 33 Girls' League 1, 2, 3. RUTH E. WITKOVIC In addition to a part-time store job, Boo sings and plays western and hillbilly music on WATR- TV. Having appeared also at fairs and resorts, this future sec- retary secretly aspires to her own All-girl Western Band. Athletic Association lg Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Senior Advisors .MW BARBARA WITZKE "An idle mind is the devil's workshop" - Barbara has dem- onstrated her belief in that state- ment by her constant activity at NBHS. We are sure she will work just as hard upon enter- ing college in preparation for a secretarial position. Girls' League Representative 23 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Senior Advisors 3: Junior College Club 2, 3g Foreign Affairs Club 39 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. RICHARD A. WNUK Dick, a future architectural stu- dent, is a quiet, well-liked, con- scientious chap. A part-time job has limited his activities, how- ever, his extraordinary talent on the accordian may make him a worthy successor to Dick Cona tino. Student-Faculty Council 1' Ath- letic Association 1 2 3 JOHN WOODS DAVID B WUCHERT BARBARA ANN YORRF Johnny is a regular fellow al ways neighborly and willing to help others I-Ie is quiet and rather reserved To do some thing worthwhile for the wel fare of mankind is johnny: am bition as to what it will be he is undecided mv YS' Wail- 'lr 5 Sign Dare is the outdoor type hunt ing in the autumn and trapping in the winter Perhaps it is a result of all the time Dave spends with boats that he has derived his vush to make a ca reer of naval architecture Q6 -asv Pretty Barb conpetent and quietly efficient has the char acteristics of the ideal secretary In preparation for her career she has served as switchboard operator and general clerical worker for a local oil company Golf is her relaxation Girls Leaguel 2 3 Senior Advisors 3 Athletic Association l Z 3 Girls Sports Club I YN 41" 70 1- FRLDERICK A YOUMANS Limty believes a picture vnorth a thousand words H hasnt I000 pictures but he collects a good many His am bition is to get a good wide picture of the earth from the cockpit of a plane in which hes pilot Athletic Association 2 3 Boys Intramural Sports l "".1.."" 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' , 4 Y C so .- ,, , gg . 2-:.,.l Sjegfu 4' ,ggi ' I YI' 499- ANNE MARIE ZDANIS Wrth experrence as a Marrner Scout and prrmrtrve camper Anme should be of great value to the communrty rn trme of need It rs no wonder that she wrll devote her future to assrst rng others Anne antrcrpates uearrng the whrte unrform srgnrfyrng a nurse Grrls League 1 3 A Cappella Chorr l Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 junror Red Cross Rep resentatrve 2 l QU' DAVID YUILLE Berng an outdoor man Dave delrghts rn the sports of hunt rng trapprng and boatrng Hrs belref rn hrs quotatron that nothrng rs rmpossrble rf rt rs desrred enough may help hrm on hrs way to becomrng a engrneer ARLENE ZAIKO Among Remer lersure trme ac trvrtres are rncluded dancrng swrmmrng and rce skatrng She rs one of those fortunate per sons who have been blessed wrth a lovely vorce Reme plans to further her educatron at col lege rn perparrng for a secre tarral career Grrls League 1 2 3 Junror College Club I A Cappella Chorr 1 2 3 Athletrc Assoc ratron I 2 3 Grrls Sports u l 2 CHESTERJ ZERA JR Chet who plans eventually to become a draflsman spends most of hrs trme now trnkerrng wrth cars and partrcrpatrng rn all sports It rs no surprrse then that hrs secret ambrtron rs to drop a Cadrllac engrne rnto a 51 Mercury VICTOR 1 ZAVARELLA Whether trnkerrng wrth the motor or behrnd the wheel Vac rs at home wrth a car-es pecrally wrth new sports models He rs now takrng a combrned college and academrc course to prepare for a future rn engr neerrng Press Representatrve 1 MARCIA ZAWILINSKI Marcras secret ambrtron rs to own a nursery school but frrst she wrll trarn for a teachrng career The krtchen or the dance floor are the places to look for Marcra when she rs not work mg at her part trme rob Athletrc Assocratron I 2 3 Student Faculty Councrl 2 Grrls League Representatrve 1 Sen ror Advrsors 3 junror College Club 1 2 Beehive Representa trve 3 ROBERT ZERING A well known man on the golf course Bob rs equally at home wrth a basketball rn hand I-I does well rn hrs college course and wrll pursue hrs goal engr neerrng I-Irs quret frrendly na ture wrll carry hrm far Der Deutsche Verem 3 Press Representatrve 2 Basketball Squad 2 Golf 3 Boys Intra mural Sports l 'fb' MARILYN ZIEGLER Lrfe rs rust a bowl of cherrres says Marrlyn who lrkes cherrres Readrng and lrstenrng to mu src occupy a great deal of her trme Marrlyn rs takrng a college course and hopes to become a secretary after graduatrng from a rumor college Student Faculty Councrl 3 Grrls Leaguel 2 3 Senror Advrsors 3 junror College Club I 3 Forergn Affarrs Club 3 A Cap pella Chorr 1 Athletrc Assocra tron 1 2 3 Grrls Sports Club .math 'Q -4-tr. 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I V. .. . 1, 2, 5' L f l 'av ee r I x H A l 1' A I 7l CARMEN M DAVILA SAMUEL LIONELLI CHARLOTTE A MARINO ln. in Wrth a part trme yob Bebe fmds lersure for her specral avocatrons sewmg and parntrng Collectmg banners fwlth NBHS on top of coursej and n yoyrng all types of musrc are addrtlonal hobbxes of thls sec retary to be Gxrls League 2 3 PETER MURZYN Workrng rn a department store presently consumes much of Peres spare trme but rt looks as rf hrs next employer wrll re qurre yust about all ot rt for he rs lrkely to be rn Uncle Sams servrce Baseball and fishmg af ford Pete relaxatxon Model Burldmg Club 3 STEPHEN CHARLES ZISK Stn? rs hrs nickname but rival football squads scoH at the ldea Best known for hrs sparklmg performances on the grndlron thrs popular hero has a corn petrtrve sp1r1t that should carry hrm to success where he chooses Athletnc Assocratron 2 3 Foot ball Squad 1 2 3 Track Team l Student Faculty Councrl 3 ROSALIE ZISKOSKI Rory descrxbes her vlew of lrfe by sayrng Its wonderful' Among her rnterests reading dancmg snngxng and watching our football team rn actxon rate hrgh R0.fyJ desire to see far away places will be realized rf she becomes an arrlme hostess Grrls League Representatrve 3 Grrls League 1 2 3 jumor College Club 3 Forexgn Af fairs Club 3 Red and Gold Staff 3 A Cappella Chorr 1 2 3 Senior Chorr 3 Athletlc As socratron 1 3 Twlrlerettes 2 Senror Class Play 3 Srnce the actrvrtres of the busr ness world fascmate Sam he ln tends to enter thrs fleld rmmedl ately after graduatron At pres ent dancmg and srngrng as part of a quartet take up much of hrs spare t1me and afford hlm relaxatron Athletxc Assocratxon 1 2 3 JOHN SZYMANSKI Steady relrable and lxkeablc john devotes much of hrs trme to prano playmg whrle workmg toward hrs goal of becommg a concert pxamst He ns also an avrd baseball fan erther by ac trvely partxcrpatrng or by watch mg the Mrlwaukee Braves PATRICIA ANN ZOTTER As a future nurse Pat: frrend lrness wrll be an asset to her She loves to be actrve as IS shown by her favorrte h0bblCS dancxng swrmmrng and rce skatmg Lrvrng up to her fa vonte quotatnon You re only young once Pal enjoys every mmute of lxfe Girls League 1 2 3 junior College Club 1 Athletrc Assoc ratron 3 CARLO A COLOGIOVANNI Sports rate hugh rn Chzcr lrst of actlvrtles with baseball foot ball and basketball leadmg A E C Goodwrn Techmcal School rs mtroducmg Cine to thrs trade whose members requlre ex treme skrll WILLIAM NARKON Ho for the Wrld West' Cow boys and Indrans delrght Billy who fmds modern sports a rather teprd substrtute Ap patently a quret chap he has clecrded that a hrtch rn the Arr Force will provrde the krnd of future he wants KENNETH J THERIAULT Ken a sports mmded young man who enjoys drrvmg a truck ns takmg an academrc course rn order to prepare for a career as an office worker Ken lrsts foot ball and basketball as hrs f vorrte sports 72 I-I-st.. bv JAMES F DAMORE To be or not to be was Hamlet s questron and nt IS also jim! questron Rrght now thrs yommg the Armed Forces rn whxch he hopes to decide on a future career Whether on rollmg wheels or flashmg blades skatrng rs Char lottes favorrte sport Now an avxd football fan a flfe player rn the ORexlley Lassres drum corps and a popular music en thusrast she hopes to become a secretary Grrls League 1 2 3 Athletrc Assocratron 1 2 3 xrls Sports Club 1 2 JOSEPHINE M THIBODEAU Jo rs a quret person and a good student Her after school trme rs spent at her hobbres whlch are sewmg drawrng and pamt mg She has taken a commercial course and plans a future ln the secretarial field , . S , . ' I I . ' . . -' r . . I . 4 1 . - I - ,H V' ? . . , 1. ,, . i. . , . 4 A . 4 . 'll ' N V V . . . ' 5 - . I . . L , , g ' . , 3 1 - - , , 9 ' . - . Y . ' ' U I fb- 1 ' ' . 2 . , , :D . Z . Q - I 5 r . , , . . . , . .. .. . - ' 5 . . 9 . ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' I Q . jjj! H LII' ' I I , 3 , , ' . ' ' ' . , ' 31 Girls SPOYIS Ch-lb 1: 21 53 tool-and-die-making course at quiet chap has his mind set on - - H . . H , .' 3 .- - ' - - , - , . - . . . , I e - , - - , l . , . . ' 1 , . ' ' ' , , . ' 'h . , , 2 , , 9 G , . . l ' l ' -. . ' ' . - .. . 3 ' . ' l I . .... . . . ' . ' . . . - , , . I l . 1 . ' . ' . - ' . . , - 3. Across the way is our neighbor, The E. C. Goodwin Technical School. " sb 4, 2 ar ' Mg" H j M .L ':1,f1fZZ.'.:3,:?'g,:1aa.mrQ. . XL... - .. ,: ,ly fs r. - ,Q V- ' f f A Y fw -': 'i.1E" : :W" '. "' 'ada- uffwe '-- ei 54-it 135 hflr' ',Z,.r ixr.. : x.' W 'fifiww ,Q ,Ht ,lg "ul .4 2 ,XL W , , S AMG' s fs , -pans' F""" ff-4-'?'5' i y.-.... H an-vt "'v'nnw,.,,,11q or 'hwumgin ,......,-1 'mu ,S 'Hull Ma mm 4, ""1'-fun... WW ,www W awww 4 if PM My u ,-I if -."' lei? basl Wav --In ig' WV My? -.f,.vY' ff' Davxd Barley Walter Coelho and Vlncent Ballester are keepmg the saws buzzrng rn the carpentry shop as they plan to loxn the home buxlclers of the future The number of pupxls nn the co operatxve pro gram between E C Goodwm Techmcal School and NBHS has dxmmxshed thls year for some un known reason There are only seven boys 1n the Combmed courses and only the carpentry and machme shops are represented whereas prevrously the bakery electrlcal and beauty culture depart ments were also mcluded the top of thrs page Donald Ochankowskr looks on as Sam D Amato operates a lathe nn the machine shop of E C Goodwm Tech just beneath Gerald Mntchell and Michael OKobr1ck study one of the mtncate machmes rn the machme shop 73 ! ww K-N , 'gl' we wa 1 1 . 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The Boys Sewing Class is ready ro show her how. Alan Parker, Louis Cimadon, Carl Katzbeck, and Thomas Fraioli made those plaid shirts they're wearing and are work- ing on other projects. ",e"r ' 'IQ 1-,.. RSXLLEDEUT Nw..i.r. Working with paint and palette, these new VanGoghs and Picassos, caught unaware in Art Class, are better known to us as Janice MacArthur, Eileen Galinski, Frances Colby, janet Guerard, Linda Brandt, seated. r ur' at' 'l"l'C'l'R?i?l!'H1' ,,,,,....J. ,sg ,ha BH-.C You wouldn t believe it but this group is getting a chuckle out of Solid and Trig known to the uninitrated as Advanced Math These diligent students are preparing for the great ordeal College Entrance Board Examma tions Who were those fellows Beowulf St. George and Sxeg fried?' ask Robert Kallin, jack they enioy the honey." -- -f......, is '34 ii 'Q' 5 it X, Guite, William Katz, Ronald Anderson, Peter Labas, john Ludko, Edward jackamonis, and in front: Judy Craig, Patricia Pranitis, and Barbara Deutsch. .Winner ,t,r tgirl :Q , 'S Many ot these Typewriting students have part-time jobs now. Next summer they'll be in local offices. Rigbz in from: Helen Kolodney, Pamela Anderson, Barbara Galinski, Irene Schiffert. Rou 2: Elaine Manduke, Joyce Bolles, Rose Marie Cianci, Gloria Shelden, Arlene Zaiko, and Arlene Rutkowski. That fascinating place known as "the Lab" intrigues: Gerald Martel, Thomas Maynard. In back: Cemach Goldsmith, and Barry Reichberg. Haste thee, Nymph, and bring with Mr. William Kearns, Miss Florence Tormay, and Mr. Terranova decided to sit this one out as they watch from the side- lines at a rally dance. Our Cheerleaders contribute to the spirit of a rally dance as they entertain during an intermission. N. kk 'mg Ftw thee Jest and youthful Jollity Lutz Kunze, liar right, agrees that laughter is good for the diges- tion, an opinion shared by Matthew Augustine, George Doon- an, Morris Stavnezer, and Jay Webb, front rowg not to mention all their associates at the cafe tables. C. P 3 AN 5' When the morning notice an- nounces "Special schedule" for Assembly, we get a lift. Weekly' The hot meal seems to be attract- ing the boys today, while Cemach Goldsmith stands uncertain. A bottle of milk and sandwich isn't quite enough for him. To the end of the line, Cemf 77 programs include guest speakers, musicians, science demonstrations, and student conducted programs like this one by the jr. Red Cross Council, The guests beside chair- man William Sheehan are from the new Nike base. The Stuclent-Faculty Council is the official voice of the student-body. Onficers who direct the program of the Council are lefz to right: Marilyn McGraw, secretaryg Leon Osik, presidentg jack Cullum, treasurerg and Judith Welch, vice-president. Organized to serve as a liaison group, the Council consits of student representatives, one from each section room, and of faculty repre- sentatives, appointed by the administration, In the past, the Council has sponsored such pro- jects as the safe-driving classes, the Hood relief program, and the preservation of Franklin Square Park. It has advocated parking facilities for stu- dents and the institution of a day set aside annually for selected delegates to participate in the operation of the city government. Annually, the group supervises the election of a football queen and her court. In addition, the Council co-operates with the Girls' League in providing an Orientation Day for incoming tenth graders. Mr. Gustav Carlson serves as ad- viser to the Council. GIRLS SERVE GUIDANCE CENTER Besides shedding light upon our problems, the personnel of the Guidance Center, directed by Mr. Ernest Neipp, help students select the programs best suited to their future plans. The helpers, therefore, have many duties which range from filing college catalogs for the use of any interested student, to notifying students when college representatives come, In addition to assuming the responsibility for the Center's care, these girls also serve as its receptionists. Ron' I: Nancy Ferro, Stephanie Mishko, Eileen Pavano, Betty Ann Steinman, Irene Johnson, Sfnflzfizlgn' 'lean Perretta. Sheila Pagar, Madeline Alinlc, Nancy Anderson, Marcia Fitz- simmons. E OFFICE WORKERS ARE WELL-NAMED These Office Workers have many duties which include operating the switchboard, running the mimeographing machine, typing, and a dozen other odd jobs, not to mention running errands. These reliable girls feel that this experience is valuable as many of them plan to become secretaries, They are: Ron' I: Joan Bang, Arlene Romitelli, Mary Ann Dryzmalski, Ron' 4: Katherine jeffrey, Mary Ann Reducha, Mary Ann Lydia Walls, Arlene Wood. Sanperi, Jacqueline Esernia, Lenore Anderson, Ellen Razz' 2: Peggy Carlson, Etta Beyers, Patricia MacBrayne, Lois Hinchcliffe. Frederick, Virginia Zacakowslci, janet Anderson. Rau' 5: jean Dunn, Linda Quarti, Sally Gustafson, Betty Lou Ron' 3: Barbara just, Geraldine Gustafson, joan Kopycinski, Wilks, Barbara Hultberg, Marilyn Grazulwich, Marian Phyllis Montenieri, Arlene Michalowski. Kreivenas, Z I i 1' E ,VVV, fa, QQ Llbrary Pages Serve and Learn ul " 5 Rau I left to right Myrta Rnvera Pamela Lrrmund Rosalle Reale Rosemarre Qonforro Rosemary Ring Geraldlne Fresen R011 2 Arlene Wcxod Lrelah Knlght Roberta Grant Gall Colossa Barbara Kaweckr Fernandl Squazza Rose Lee Caranm Rou I2ar?:rga1rj1WMalodz1e1ko Cynthla Weksner Shirley Brown Vrrgrnla Valennne Sonja Vrdol Students wxth book reports and specral toplc assrgnments appreciate the seruces of the Lrbrary Pages These grrls not only help to fmd books but they also learn about the conduct of a Ixbrary and about the processing and care of books The glflb feel that the ucperrence IS xaluable to them as well as prohtable to the school NURSE S AIDES GET EXPERIENCE When the trme comes for the exammatron of eyes and the checkmg of werghts the Nurse s A1des prove helpful to Mrss Nelle O Brlen by assxstmg wlth the attendant Clemcal work In addltxon to thns duty these prospectne nurses admrnlster first ard rn mmor emergencres as they recerve frrst hand rnformatron concernmg the career of thenr Choice and some elementary experlence IH the field Rou I left to rzgbt Phyllis Greene Carmrllxa G1o1a Judy Devokams Prnscrlla Smulskl Mary Chase joy Anaxr Nancy Woods janet Squires Rrra Beaudom Lela Kmght Row 2 Barbara Kallen Sharon Anderson Murrel Frrend Doreen johnson Annmane Slysz Rou 3 Carol I-Iemmbway Rrra Cappa Barbara Boyle Irene Schrffert Row 4 Judy Ondrlck Ann Mosey Brenda Gagner janet Glotz Frances Gorskl Tifuil TX! 'bs-.. 5"'l" - SSYVB GIRLS LFAGUI' FOSTERS RFSPONSIBILITX Not to be served but to serve ns the motto of the Girls League whose purpose ns to establrsh sense of frxendlmess cooperatnon and responsxblllty among., the gurls ln our school Sponsor of dances teas and soclal projects the group asslsts rn the local drives for Communlty Chest March of Dimes and Easter 5eals As a Chrrstmas project they ransed money for a mental hosprtal Orhcers of the League are Carol Hlerpe Treas urer judrth Welch Vxce presrdent Marxlyn 2 Doreen johnson Welfare Chalrman Erleen Pavano Purchasxng, Chaxrman Maryann Kelly Publrcrty Chairman and Nancy Goodvun Social Chalrman To the rrght IS a scene from the annual Fresh man Tea where OHICCIS of the League vuth Mnss Kathernne Clark and Mlss Reyna Connor recexve the guests Below ns an lntermrssnon at a Grrls League Rally Dance even the Cheerleaders are rakmg a breath N ll 0 2. : .- I In - v 4 ' a , . , Q V ' . Y Y, 1 Y I , . , Y 4 I . C . V Q , . - , 2 I . McGraw, Presldentg joan Greco, Secretary. Ron' I A, F ' 1 I I , 3 L 7 Y - , v' V . . Y. K . Y L f xx l ' R Aa, I f. N .Vg X Q --s-........,.,,., Senior Advisers Ollicership in the Senior Ad- visors is decided by popular vote of all members. The girls who were so elected are: Vice-president, Jane lnsalaeog President, Patricia Cronin, Treasurer, Ann Mosey, and Sec- retary, Elaine Thoriek. Q V Some of the Senior Advisors are, left to righlx Dianne Carlson Patricia Cowles, Arlene Romitelli, Maryann Dryzmalski Barbara Deutsch, Brenda Maxen. Stephanie Mishko Elizabeth Barton, Helen Tolis. Rau' 2: Patricia Cronin, Grate Maietta, Myrta Rivera, Joy Carlson, Taube Weinstein, Barbara Kurnieki, Diana Davis Judy Carlson. v Run if Vivian Valentine, Ann Martin, Karen Anderson, Priscilla Bertoline, Betsy Carroll, Judy Craig, Roberta Abrams, Barbara Pattison. Run -4: Betty Higgins, Elaine Thorick, Sandra Bruyn, Judy Welch, Arlene Stanock, Carol Weber, Marcia Zawilinski Phylis Bruyn. Are School's Hostesses XX'henever there is .1 Parents and Teachers Meeting, College Night, or city-wide education meeting, you'll find our Senior Advisers usher- ing, ready to help "lost" parents. These girls are chosen for their academic rating, social poise, good character, and willingness to serve With the help of their adviser, Miss Mary Saunders, the girls also help make bewildered freshmen feel at home by guiding them to classes the first week of school. Ushering at garduation and Class Night dur- ing their junior year is a "special occasion" as judged by their subject teachers. :f 5 ' "' Q 2 5 5 T and here are the rest of them: Rau I, left to fight: Judy Muszynsik, Amy Mucke, Judith Rubenstein, Marlene Farrell, Lois Foberg, Judy Jakubiak, Judy Neuhart, Maureen Daley. R114 2: Rita Beaudoin, Janet Belliveau, Eileen Galinski, Patricia Adamowicz, Barbara York, Barbara Witzke, R011 3: Joan Telke, Marie Carpinteri, Judy Johnson, Carmillia Gioia, Stasia Konefal, Rita Sokolski. service for them. P ef .- 4 'J Rout 4: Judy McCormack, Rosemary Ring, Ann Mosey, Jane Insalaco, Frances Gorski, Connie Sonzella, Patricia Davies. Rau' 5: Sandra Johnson, Charlene Toenniges, Rosalie Reale, Barbara Lemanski. Run 6: Nancy Kilbourne, Jaquelyn Keifer, Kathleen Alagna, Judy McAuliffe, Patricia Lemeris, Wanda Paskowski, Patricia Kupec. lf' Ill x H. 5 Judy Carlson, Elaine Squilla- core, Helen Tolls, and Elizabeth X if, Barton are sharing the Christmas 1' X'M V ' ii spirit by decoratinu the Child- ren's Ward at the hospital. ws' J -. 4 ki' it 1 ff' -X. ff, TA' 4 v These college candidates are, fwzfer fmrzzx Elizabeth Barton, President: Judy Shapiro, Social Chairman, Elaine Squill- acote, Social Chairman. Ron' 1: Margo Ahatonian, Connie Ginsburg, Sandra Vining, Mania Matukas, Donna Smith, Helen Genovese, Caroline Larson, Amy Mucke, Judy McAuliffe, Phyllis Greene, Marlene Farrell, Carmillia Gioia. Rott' 2: Judy Rubenstein, Eleanor Licltwar, Barbara Caccamo, Eileen Hinchliffe, Ann-marie Slyz, Irene Shifiert, Lorretta Rochette, Roberta Abrams, Janice MacArthur, Judy Ron Rail' we if 0 Ellert, Roberta Miller. 3: Judy Newhart, Dorothy Betal, Virginia Zaczltowslti, Patritia Kupec, Emily Rothette, Arlene May, Rita Putilowslci, Beverly Layman, Irene Hallstren, Satenil-t Shahverdian, Nancy Miller, Vicespresidentg Marjorie Barrett. -J: Susan Begin, Charlene Toenniges, Eunice Ringrose, Carol Murphy, Jacquelline l.aDouceur, Marilyn Heller, Patricia Lemeris, Loretta Galati, Elaine Thorick, Vivian Valentine. -- t4t.3g!.gg, M MQJQGKS' 19i i ' ' l jUNIOR COLLEGE CLUB INCREASES MEMBERSHIP This year, under the able super- vision of Miss Isabel Bosch, the junior College Club boasts of its ing. Membership is open to all girls, largest membership since its found- but the club proves most beneficial to those interested in furthering their education, Ar these meetings, guest speakers discuss college requirements, campus , life and career o ortunities ' Q , pp in helds of endeavor in which the members have shown particular interest. Highlights of this year included decorating the children's ward at the hospital at Christmas-time, a ioint meeting with the Men's College Club, and a trip to the Uni- versity of Connecticut. rl ll:- 'S And Ron -.L4t,L'i1 C A -Mx Q 1,56 I .Q T --,A'g... - ,,:, syn Q '-:nl -A l the rest are, mn 1: Barbara Pattison, Susan McDougall, Barbara Kurnicki, Stasia Konefal, Doreen johnson. Dolores Colaresi, Loretta Bell, Mary Ellen Majeuski, Geraldine Fresen, Lela Graham, Arlene Romitelli, Mary Ann Drzymalski, Patty Cowles, Peggy Keele, Vice-presi- dent, Marie Conforto, Rosalie Ziskowsik. 2: judy Craig, joan Greco, Lois Fredericks, Patty Bugnicki, Nancy Goodwin, Maryann Kelly, Elizabeth Ahlgren, judy johnson, Diane judd, Brenda Maxen, Rau Row 'D- Carolyn D'Amato, Germaine Chojnowski, Noreene Hedenberg, Karen Anderson. ix Bonnie Marshall, Helen Tolis, Taube Weinstein, Marcia Foster, Shirley Kerin, Karen Romenici, Connie Sonzella, Rita Solcolski, Carolyn Lech, Virginia Narcum, Betsy Carroll, Linda Brodlau, Edith Dickenson, Theresa Staubly. Ai: Marge Regan, judy Carlson, Barbara just, Wanda Paskowski, Bernice Hurd, Barbara Kluska, judith julian, Patricia Pranitis. 3 , ,V .L-N ,fm yt I Y' X able A MENS COLLIZCQE CLUB ANTICIPATES THE VUTLIRE Organized in 19441, the Mens College Club was founded to promote responsibility, service, cooperation, and friendship among the college preparatory students. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Anthony Cardona jr., the club's member- ship has expanded greatly in the past few years. Speakers have advised members on the require' ments for various vocations and on the opportunities therein. Last spring, the club visited the University of Connecticut- cam- pus. To close this year's activi- ties, the club was host at a joint meeting with the junior College Club in May. I Responsible for the executive duties of the club are jay Webb, President, seated, Richard Fusco, Vice-presidentg Edward Sneideman, Secretary, and Matthew Augustine, Treasurer. Cin Members of the Men's College Club are row 1: William Lasl-zarzewski, Theodore Stoutenberg, Howard Rosentield, William Sheehan, Thomas Cyran, james Mulgrew, Warren Hausman, Anthony Lawson, Henry Nejfelt, Myron Myer- son, Richard Pollay. 2: Stephen Martin, David Rubenstein, Norman Sohn, Robert Bostrum, Jack Guite, Robert Kallin, George Doonan, Robert Hausman, Leo Rosano, Edward Sneideman, Fred Marselli, Matthew Augustine, Richard Honeyman, john Karwoski, Richard Markiewicz. Rau' Rott' Rott' 3: john Black, Allan Kranowitz, Robert Kraut, Coleman Levy, james Havliclt, Nathan Meag, Morris Stavnezer Ronald Drozd, Barry johnson, joseph Kubilus, Frank Polgroszek. -X: jay Webb, Richard Fusco, William Katz, Merrill Ruck Cemach Goldsmith, Gerald Rackowski, Leroy Coleman Glenn Connolly, Peter McConnell, Edward jackamonis Richard Trasl-cos, Walter VC'ie3.:and, Michael Bonzak, Howard Sohn. vs "QU U' 17 ust this once Der Deulitbe Verenz lined up sedately so that we eoull identify them as Scaled Barbara Cateamo Carole Carney Sandra Bruyn Glenn lonnolly President Barbara Roth Viee president Fvanthia Kondonellis Secretary Arnold Finn Treasurer Caroline Larson Patricia Pranitis Charlene Toenniees Standing M Kenneth Lai.,erstadt DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN Enrichint, the study of German grammar and literature in class Der Deutsche Verein meets monthly in members homes to discuss German life to hear speakers and to sine German folk songs Highlight of the year was a trip to New York witn Mr L Advisor Wayne Michael Roger Steinberg Matthew Augustine Robert Reniek Jack Gutte Tony Lawson Richard Traskos Lutz Ixunze Lee Turner Irene Shiffert Richard Markiewicz Robert Lake Frank Ixoeh William Sheehan Robert Zerinb William Kalwat George Doonan Robert Hausman D Mairhofer COMBINES BUSINFSS AND PLEASURE Kenneth Laegerstedt the Advisor Visits to the Metropolitan Art Museum to see German paintings to the Cloisters to see Germanic items and to the Hayden Planetarium to see the Zeiss instrument and to Yorkville the German quarter of New York were topped oH by dinner at Luechow s Members of the Forei,i.,n Affairs Club are ron' I, left lo right: Rott' 3: Richard Fusco George Murtha Robert Roxby Priscilla Leroy Coleman President' Evanthia Kondonellis Social Chairman' Diana Davis Secretary' Helen Tolis Social Co-chairmang Judith Neuhart Vice-president' Richard Markiewicz Treasurer. Rott' 2: Richard Pollay Judith Connelly Joan Tosatti Jacqueline LaDouceur, Judith McCormack, Elizabeth Ahlgren, Karen Anderson, Elizabeth Barton, Judith Carlson, Morris Stavnezer. Bertoline Caroline Larson Judy Craig., Marcia Fitz- simmons Joan Telke Linda Bradlau Joan Kallar Edith Dickinson Leo Rosano Stasia Konefal Wanda Paskowski Saul Himmelfarb Barrv Johnson Edward Sneideman Bob Kallin Michael Kotkin Joe Kubilus Glenn Connolly. Rott' -4: Howard Rosenheld, Archie I-Iovanesian, John Resnik Douglas Howard, Jack Guite, Philip Beloin, David Barnes. FOREIGN AFFAIRS CLUB BROADENS KNOWLEDGE To familiarize students with voting procedures, the Foreign Affairs Club, directed by Miss Dorothy Quigley, spon- sored a school-wide presidential election about two weeks before the national election. The majority of returns favored President Eisenhower and, by coincidence, indicated the trend of the city and the national landslides that followed, At regular meetings, the club heard several guest speakers, among whom were Dr. Hildegarde Mairhofer of Vienna, Miss Dorothy Williams, who spoke about Greece, and Miss Molly Rugh, who told of life in Lebanon. Key Club Lives Up To Service Pledge l eeee y i fl i E Fammlnar heures m the sehool and commumty our Key Clubbers are ron I ohn Bueehert Fmanexal beeretary Coleman Levy bereent At Arms Wnlllam bheehan beeretary Warren Hausman Pl'6SlelCl'lI Henry Neyfelt Treasurer jay Webb Vlee presl dent Mr Wlllldm A Davls jr Chairman ot lxey Club commxttee ot the sponsonnte Krwams Club Ron 7 Norman Fobere Matthew Augustine Moms Stavnezer Saul Hnmmelfarb Edward Sneldeman james Havllek R014 Z oseph Kubllus Barry ohnson Ronald Drold Howard Rosenheld Wnlham Laskarzewskn Ron 4 ohn Karwoslen Frank Poleroszelc joseph Wlnleler Maleolm Johnson Robert Releher Rlehard Fuseo Rau 5 Walter W1eg.,and Phrlnp Beloxn Composed of qutlnhed young men pledged to serye thelr sehool 1nd LOIUU1L1Illfy the lxey Club pertorms m my sehool Ind tune proyeets through out the yelr lor the first txme ln lts history n Honors Day the Key Club presented a seholtrshrp of Key Club Internatxonal Durxng the ptst yelr the Club an led the sehool llbraray rn eettlng, the Catalogs of all milor colleges IU the L S Aetne m eommumty lite the club offered 1ts manpower to both polttle tl ptrtles ltst Noyember to help ect out the xote lt also I7J.I'fILlp1fLAl IH the loeal Klwanls Club s pelnut stle on Kld s Dry Inter club meetmes are hel l between the Berlxn H S and New Brntun H S Key Clubs both elubs sent representatnes to the New Fnelmd Dlstrlet Conxentlon ln Boston llst Apfll Know mg the ytlue of socxal proleets ts well as serxlee proyeets the elub held numerous soelal aetxyxtles among whxeh were 1 h.1yr1de .1 splash party md .1 une farewell plrty XY'1th xts hteh ideals and hneh Sl1DLllI'LlS of ton duct the lxey Club wnll contxnue to demonstrtte well the posslbllltles ot school and eommumty seruee Outhtted for the KIMBHIS Klds Day Peanut Sale to the right rou I R011 Warren Hausman jay Webb 2 Saul Hlmmelfarb Henry Neyfelt Morrxs Stavnezer Proceeds went towards the entertamment of ch1ldren rn the Pollsh Or phanage and the Chnldrens Home 1, 7. ll, I Q s ' 3 V tv . I f . H C - , l . . puvrwe' ' . D s 'Q f , ' Q e I . I - . I 1' H' I. I. . 1-5 I r " I vs . - M- , I , , , . .V v A +1 y,rM1 , an -. I V, y , J . . xv , , , , V 4., ,F A A L 'wx ' 1 1 A Y -. vs Q -- - ' V , 'sv ' f ,4 C . L . . , . I I Q . L rt to a graduattng senlorywho best tulhlled the lelCLl.lS if .V W, , , I . L 5 y V, x My .i 1 Q . A X . Y. 4 Y A V .. fy, r , , he . ' f s le y,, H . . .. ' '. . 1' - Y - , . . . . 5 I Y- f ,V A ' ' "L 4 ' 1' " Mya ' All' v ' lr' L 1 I ,, if - M .ew . lx L xl ' A ll e '. X U - ..' V f . .K . V., s . ' . . ' CL, . . " 1 'Q ' 1 . .-. ' f. . . Y 4 ,, A vL , + Af -1-Lf L- 1 . - A 'I' ' y v '- V s V f Y- ' f - B f 1 1 . L 1 1 Junior Red Cross Shows Promise QQ ""fpm-J"" Servmg the jr Red Cross as :rs execunve board were reared Margaret Chmura justme Ruberro Ann Marnn judxth Johnson Margaret Keefe and Jlandxng Etzel Wxlhort Wxllram Sheehan janet Naples Peter Stathrs and Norman Foberg Although only two years old our umor Red Cross Councll shows promrse of becoming a very actrve school service organrzatron With Mrs Aurelra Trrpp as Advrsor the Council has under taken several projects thus year The Pla1nv1lle Nuke Base benefited from the Chrrstmas decoratrng and local hospitals were the scene of umor Red Cross actrvrty at thus season wrth our groups v1s1t1ng the Newington Veterans Hospntal as well Perhaps the biggest function of the year was the hugh school chest we sent overseas to help some poorly equlpped foreun school In the annual enrollment drlve the Senlor Class came out on top Thexr many accomplishments typxfy the execellence of umor Red Cross ae if Charles Robison left and Peter Stathis wash the Red Cross i , g.Qf-Q., statlon wagon - a new project ' ,-- n-In-a J..- for local rumors. l Lil 1 vw? The Travel Club Acts Vicariously Stamp Club Promotes Profitable Hobby Inspired by interest in distant scenes, about thirty students enlisted the leadership of Mr. Henry Recano in forming a Travel Club, NBHS's "Doorway to the World." Believing that travel educates, as well as adds spice to life, the membership is divided into committees of three which compile information useful to future travelers. Movies have been shown, and one student who took a trip to Yucatan gave a talk accom- panied by pictures which delighted the other members. At the time we were going to press, the members were planning a trip to an biflarical Jpot. Those far away places with the strange sounding names have intrigued the members of the Travel Club who are row I joseph Kubilus President Mary Kromidas Vice president joan Dabkowski Secretary Barry John son Treasurer Rou 2 Donna Peterson Carol Hjerpe Gerry Fresen Lucy Pasciolla jean Calabrese Kathy Mitchell Bill Laskarzewski Rau 3 Sam Peretz Ronald Drozd Ellen Majewski Howard Rosen he john Rustlco Brian McCarthy Rou 4 Ned Mast Mike Price Joanne Kolodney john Dogherty Sandra Clare Rou 5 Richard Urso Nathan Mag Bill Katz Marilyn Grazulwich Marion Krievenas Richard Price WD 5 11 B 'gal The purpose of the Stamp Club is to promote a hobby both in teresting and useful The members have exhibited their own collec tions to the club and last May they presented a public ex hibit featuring., different topics for each collection The club held a successful stamp auction in December and various private collections were utilized for an exhibit dealing vnth science This organization sponsored by Mr G Davis Chase has provided a strong, stimulus for stamp collectors at NBHS "'if -is 5-.X 4' f 3. New Britain High Schools avid philateltsts are William Katz President Theodore Malinowski Secretary Treasurer Mr Chase Advisor Peter Kildufl Myron Myerson Program Chairman Absent are David Helsing and Leon Lehrer Qne of the oldest continuing or- ganizations in NBHS, the Radio Club now boasts of a high frequency transmitter that can reach Europe. The purpose of the club is to in- struct prospective amateurs in code and theory, and many of the mem- bers are. hi fi enthusiasts. During the devastating ice storm last December, the members aided in setting up emergency communications between various parts of the city through their amateur radio stations. The Radio Club with Mr. Thomas Elder as Advisor, has afforded a desirable advocation for the young men of our school. Radio Club Gets New Transmitter ' --+..,,,,,, :- 'r , 1 v" Bef Aon u 13 'Qs 'I Mg!! 'IEVEQQ 355553 -tie E559 Ei! ff K Q xii A 4,135 lv V at Ogg y , p A . Q ' ,W The leading hgures in the Radio Club, all of whom now have some experience as amateurs are: Robert Varkal, Earl Brazeal, Presidentg Lee Gerlander, Vice-president: and Earl Hasselmark, Secretary-Treasurer. Somewhere among these may be he who will discover Element 102, row I.' Jonathan Resnik, Howard Rosenfield, Richard Pollay, Saul Himmelfarb, Archie Hovanesian. Row 2: Elizabeth Ahlgren, Irene Bogdanski, George Murtha, Penelope Nevulis, Russell Ginns. Row 3: Sandra Tantorski, Noreen Hedenberg, Joanne Ekwurtzel, Bernice Kaplan, Ronald Drozd. Row 4: Mr. Rittner, joseph Kubilus, Lawrence Witkin, Barry johnson, and John Wentland. S1 i E - 11" I-I ... Science Club is Reactivated Suspended for the first semester, the Science Club was re-activated by Mr. Charles Rittner, who joined the faculty at mid-year. The thirty-one members meet twice a month, at which time lectures, films, and Elm-trips afford subjects for investigation. Among the most memorable events were a lecture of thetmo-nuclear physics, a demonstration of the makin? of acetylene, and a trip to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Red ancl Gold Review Carries NBHS News Afar l l l 3 we 0 KJ 3. Gettmg all the news rs the job of Eunrce Rum, rose News fdrtor and the responsnbllltxes of Edrtor In Lhref all to Henry Nepfelt For erghteen years the Red and Gold Rezleu has been the chnef publrc source of rnformatlon about NBHS Srnce 1941 under the advnsershrp of Mlss Eva Coates a member of the Engllsh Department the paper has been commended by the Columbra Connectxcut and Natronal Scholas trc Press Assocratrons Besrdes preparmg slx rssues of the paper each year the stall and Press Club partrcrpate rn txrrtrng contests and rn Scholastic Press conventxons 123 A ,gr fr a 3 if A J?" 'W :xx ,, N h 71. f .f ff ll I 5 ix -I Co operatrve decrsron on polrcy content and make up rs made by the Red and Gold staff consrstxng of Frlomena Brsaccra Jay Webb Ann Marnn Henry Nelfelt Eunrce Rrngrose Rosalxe Zrskowskr Patrrcra Cox and Margaret Keefe To the Press Club goes the charge of gatherrng copy checkrng mformatron and assrstmg the staff rn several capacrtres Therr personnel are mu I Cynthra Swanson Ernesnne Post Row 2 Lorrame Frawley Maryann Kelly Vmcent DeCont1 Rau 3 Cemach Goldsmrth Barbara L1car1 Stanley Mrller Wrlfred Hansen Ob servmg wxth rnterest rs Lawrence josefrak Misa Wei ls ms' axe! V nl Qu if Sectron room representanves who get subscrrptrons and drs Rou 3 Chrrstopher Stoutenberg Robert Kallrn joseph Backrel trrbute the paper are mu I Marlene Walters Elame Ronald Hemzman Barry Rydberg Marozzl Sandra Vidal Mlldred Ruffin jean Washington Ron 4 Ronald Mele Raymond Fortler Norman Sohn Davld Rau 2 Judy McCormack Constance Sonzella Lucy Laperuta Pxskorskr Domrnrc Soccolr Davrd Katz Richard Rampone Robert Poglrtsch Thomas Nash , . 'A 4 Jr - ' ' '54 .V " - ' R r h A , " 'A Q gifs' 3 ' , - W P sms ' ,' ' ,. . il . .I . . Q 4 u N P , Y . i .. 1 1 ' ' ' X I - . I ' ' , 2 ! V . A 3 1 l I' , . , ' " . l 'r S f Q 1 . , X ' ,, it , E , ' - . . N ' as 5 5 Q l .. I . A ' .. ' . ' ai, 2, . , f ' , 3 ' .. '. . ' ' ' -'rl flew? l l vs. A i . ' . . 4 J' , , ' . . . ' fa , Ill ' .R - 4 . iq , - 'i R V f '. ' ' - 1 ' ,, ' . , ' S1 ' 'Y V, S' H ' - r fl , ' ' . 1' 11 . f 7 fl "2 v C as . . 7 5 l -4 . X xl 2 y , , , 1 ea ,L u V get X f - s"4'a, ak ' . ' ' '- We ygepeo N R 'ff J s'G l fi ,'i1:'2f3rQQfi?f,1'.il'i- V , " ei .N s 2 - f' 1' . - :ff :rf - . Stdqe . I . V 1 X ' - 1 -91 None have been better acquainted with the theme of The Iiwlaiie, "Industry and light," than the staff who chose it. Wforking .1 full period daily for academic Credit, they have gathered data, written copy, arranged the photography Numerous associates have If given generously of their time and talent. To them -- especially to members of the Advanced Standing English Class, to the faculty, and to the families who have helped ix so greatly, our thanks! I' 'PI' 1 X E William Sheehan and Elizabeth Barton, Associate Editors, Dr. Shapleigh, Advisor, and Judith Carlson, Editor-In-Chief, consider .1 space that might go to waste. naw A as i usda v xl J . . . . , -, - r ' - , ' , "There's going to be a book" is the determination of staff mem- amd Esrfjgoizfthltrliancy' Goodwin, Betsy Carroll, Priscilla Bertoline, Llbbuh RGUHL. fmfllgd Own Eilhrljunwr Tlplbm R011 2: Helen Tolis, Art Editor, Taube Weinstein, Faculty Edttorg U jf' x Richard Fusco, Photography Editor, Lutz Kunze, Evanthia V, ' ,tf , 'ff' Kondonellis, Patricia Lemeris, and Nathan Mag, junior If J.,W ,, " Assistant. ---...,,.-Q 3 Their duties of getting substriptions done, the representatives Abiwzz mere: Maltolm johnson, Richard Labutis, Lois Orsie, relax. They are, mit' If jutlith Lraig, Barbara Lemanski, Bonnie Marshall, Elizabeth Barton, Pat DiMauro, Mary Thomas Geidraitis, Rosalie Reale, .Iudith McAuliffe. Ann Cameron, Lucy Coleman, Ted Stoutenberg, Vivian Ron 2: Edward Sneideman, james Havlitk, jatk Guite, Gerald Valentine, William Weber, Marcia Zawilenski, and David Biondi, Matthew Augustine, james Mulgrew, Marlene Baile y. Farrell, Rosita Pons, and Virgina Houch, B. G fs 3: ,fra f, A ' L ' ' ' ii 0 ' V I 'r !!' ' I ll i it L " "5" M3 L ... fe --"'- L I .5 lr -l l VT "NAL, 4, V y chorus watch Anti- ln Creon's palace, Antigone awaits the fury and the judgement. Part of the gone while Fate and Creon stand above her. The helpless nurse and Antigone's lover, Haemon, look on. Two guards await their orders. iii? 2. ln the play, a succession of arguments, hair-pulling, and fisticuff incidents, Celestina, Salome, and the lovers, Fidel and Berta, quarrel once again. Antigone Creon Ismene ,. Nurse Haemon Fate , Leader of Chorus First Guard Second Guar Third Guard Berta Fidel Salome , Celestina Tonia ,. , , Mr. Sud Mr. Wouldby Mr. Ivory Mr. Ruler Miss Ivory Mr. Inkwell Mrs. Pencil Director Lighting Dire Antigone Marcia Foster . William Sheehan Rosemary Ring Marie Carpinteri . Henry Neifelt , Priscilla Bertoline Phyllis Bruyn Morris Stavnezer d Thomas Giedritis , . .. Robert Lake Sunday C0511 Five Pero: . . . , . Karen Anderson , . Leo Rosano Sue Begin , Irene Schiffert . ,,.. Ann Marie Sliz The Pol Boiler , . , , Lawrence josefiak Melvin Knight Fred Gaines . Carl Hermes Marlene Walters Coleman Levy . Caroline Larson Committee . , , . Mr. Charles Demarest ctor , Mr. Bernard Schultz Mr. Ivory, Mr. Ruler, and Mrs. Pencil are all determined to shoot the director, Mr. Sud, while the villain, Mr. Inkwell, lies mortally wounded. Mr. Wouldby and Miss Ivory look on with ZIIIUSEITICHI. 5.1 i 5 to S l x 9 i 5 3 g L Q ll 'L'-'r-- 348 IP' f .xg Now there must be something, else we have to do is the apparent attitude of jack Guite Lutz Kunze Ted Stoutenberg Ed Sneideman and Tony Lawson as they wait while judy Dyckman makes the thunder for Antigone. Seniors Deviate From Precedent Breal-:ing tradition this year, our senior class presented three one-act plays in place of the one three-act play of our predecessors, -W an moreover selected as one none other than Sophocles' tragedy, fi71fig0ll6, recently repopu- larized by TV and cinema showings. Next, "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" zvigblened the almoflaplyere with lbweel methagelb, lhozzr dilhpollaillaiorzlh, and a woman-to-woman fight as one of the characters with a soft lisp explains. Finally, the audience was sent into gales of laughter over the efforts of a pompous director to contain his egotistical cast in the "Pot Boiler." wig -sf' ll - Many women need a lar e su l of makeu to conceal that the are , , V .3 PP v A P v growing old. Marie Carpinteri, however, needed the large supply plus the help of Karen Anderson to add years to her face. 1542 DRAMATIS PERSONNAE 7515-Fl wisfzf 5311? '31 5 QXFQ kasu Our aspiring Thesplans are row I Lydla Wells Pl'1SClllZ. Rou 3 Janet Guerard Elsa Kaplan Saul Hxmmelfarb Susan Bertolme Sxnd Mer1llRuck Susan Warner Dorothy Carlson D1ana Row 2 M1chael Kotlun Jeremy Zwelllng Treasurer Elnzabeth Judd Shlrley Gllman Wxlfred Hansen Morrxs Stavnezer Ahlgren Alan Kranowntz Presrdent Judy Shapxro Sec Joanne Ekwurtzel Sandra Tantorslu Leo Rosano ICIRIY Howard Rosenfxeld Vlce presxdent Rlchard Solrol The world s a stage as Shakespeare said one day the stage a world was what he meant to say at least so nt appears to the members of Dramat1s Personnae and to thelr Adv1sor Mxss Constance Carrxer At regular meetmgs local adult theatrncal groups demon strated the technlques of make up scenery and hghtmg Members were also entertaxned at the dress rehearsal of The Solid Gold Cadnllac To gann self assurance born of trammg and ex per1ence to become versatxle young stars was the ultxmate goal of the club toward whxch they progressed well 1 , .,. n1.sw9" 1fg'a ' That there IS more to dramatic art than merely learnmg llnes 15 demon strated by Susan Warner, Dxana Judd, and Leo Rosano as Morrns Stavnezer looks On with crmcal eye 96 . V Q 1 ' N x , H i ' 1 ' ' ' 1: 1 1 9 Q 7' ' ' .47 J 1 1 me-112 13,51 W .1 ., Qs ' D 7 ,, 5' lf' f ' ' 1 ' 4 A I ' Y '53 K . fzgwg X f 4 J "" , A 'R A , X Ah A A 1, 1 Q 1 'K . X 1 , I at 1 A' Q. H A H b N A 1 K X r Q V V A A I . . U 1 " D 1 ' I ' g l " . 1 1 D 1 U ' - U I l 1 h . 1 l 1 . 1 I 1 . I 1 1 . 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 . .1 I 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 - 13 V I .1 1 1 ,1 i ' ,U K l I r 1' Q Y 4 1 1 1 , X y l gg I ' 1 9 , ' 'gy ' 1 3 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 l ' 1 5 , Athletic Association Offers Bargains Comprising almost 1002? of the entire student body, the Athletic Association, directed by Mr. Leon Kiernan, represents the business management of all public sports events. Main sources of income are the sale of A. A. membership cards and the sale of tickets to football and basketball games in which our school is a participant. By membership in the Association, one can save approximately S12 on admissions to football and basketball games. Further income is derived from the sale of programs and advertise- ments. lncome is available for equipment, awards, game expenses, medical bills, and other items. Out of the special fund for the Florida game in 1955, new uniforms were purchased for the school band, The Cheerleaders, also, benefit since their equipment fund is augmented by a per- centage of the football program sales. li gt 1 l i l f A 3 nhuunw These are the A.A. officers: jack Cullum, Vice-president, Bob Hausman, Presidentg Betsy Higgins, Secretaryg Francis Frangione, Treasurer. Tickets ancl souvenir sales leave them little time for picture-posing. - i ull'-"' 'Y' Zim 0"f""'5 'H K 'wap , gitf' Half-price football and basketball tickets are the bargain A.A. members sought, these students 97 will agree. fl Not Varsity But Although not of Varsity stature the Glrls Sports Asso clatxon cgoes far m promotnng mterscholastlc sports days mth other hugh schools IU the state Exchange VlSlfS afford some rousmg games of xolley ball and some close swam meets after whrch comes a soclal perlod wherem the glrls get acquainted and find out what IS belng done nn other schools Smce good sportsmanshlp and wholesome fun are the alms of the group besxdes these sports day 1ntermural actnr tres from modern dance to plng pong are offered every day after school hours Mlss Mary Hennessey and Mxss ean Hunt are ID charge of the Assoc1at1on Robm Hoods band mrssed thxs lady yeoman Fxlomena Bxsaccra twangs a taut bowstnng .Misa-la1 Z'- ii ala Ofhcers and managers elected to arrange for the numerous actrvmes of the Assouatnon are from lei 10 rrghl mu 1 Rau 2 Marge Regan Joyce Toffano Barbara Maladjelko Elame Bradley becretary Elleen Gallnskr Presldent jane Sandra Arena Lmda Brandt joan Bellerose jan Norden Kmffen Vice presldent Penny Nevulls Treasurer sen Lorena LaP0mre Joanne Ekwurrzgl I ' C I I , 4 ' . 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QMQIHW' I o 100 Lea mg a Fnght team fight' Arlene Rometellx captann of the Cheer leaders All decked out m thexr pert outfits the Squad poses decorously Left to rzglat row I Captann Arlene Romrtelln Row 2 Patrrcla Cowles Margaret Keefe Joan Greco Row 3 Brenda Gagner Geraldxne Fresen Beverly Row 4 Lenore Hlerpe Maryann Kelly Carol Hjerpe As an orgamzatxon the Cheerleaders now dxrected by Mxss Mary Henessey have been leadmg a cheer full lxvely exxstence smce thexr mauguratxon m 1948 Practrcrng rn the mornmg before most of us are up practxcmg after school when most of us have gone Cheerleaders and home these young ladles encourage our boys to make that touchdown or smk that ball Thelr cheers and vxc tory chants have echoed m Memorral Freld TCC gym and thxs year at the New Haven Arena All the gxrls agree that they have developed a lastmg sense of teamwork and sportsmanshxp l iiiiiii N.,-.41 Showrng us a sample of the pep and stamma that helped our team attam vlctory are the cheerleaders from left to ngbt Pat Cowles Joyce Reclente Carol Hjerpe Maryann Kelly Lenore Hyerpe Gerry Fresen Pattne Sara joan Greco headed by Arlene Rometellr ' V A -I Y Y l . . . . 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Twlrlerettes Add Color to the Games Of course you all recogmze the smrlmg faces of our 1957 Twrrlererres as rou I Dolores Coloresr Margaret Snelling Prlscllla Pawlrckr Phyllrs Greene Marrlyn Grasso Carol Florkowskr Glona Thxbeaulr Rose Mary Conforto Srephame Mrshko Row 2 Rrra O Connell Doreen johnson Rosalre Znskowskn Norma C3mPl5l Rose Cararlnr Brenda Argazl judrrh Karrz Sandra Clare wupqlst- Rou 3 Barbara Nrche Lmda Ekwurtzel Jane Magucla Nancy Sachok Ann Mercurro Rosalxe Reale Ina johnson Mlss jordan Supervisor Rou 4 Sylvra Frorvanu Munel Fnend Joyce Tofano Lmda Sandmo Sandra Tanrorskn Betty jane Zenga Mary DeI.ott1e Marrlyn Marsellx Lendmg color and pep to football games by The trammg ofTw1rlerettes calls for rrgxd and hrgh stepping across the field at half trme our Twrrl contmual practlce Rehearsals of routmes with the erettes march and dance to the muslc of our NBHS band at 7 OO A M are sleepy cooperauve projects band but the results are snappy and brlsk Stevie Mlshko Twrrlerettes and the Band catch our cameraman s eye ar grxclrron russle half ume i ww, , Y'-' 3, 'll 'Z at "Long Live the Queen" The queen, Marilyn McGraw, and her attendants, Sandra Vining, Judy Welch, and Phyllis Rosano, in pink and blue gowns, reigned over the October 13, 1956, football game at Memorial Field in Willow Brook Park. Miss McGraw, after a school-wide election, was crowned at half time, the Football Queen of 1956, by Mr. Sala. -11 .Q " wav" . ii ,free ' r ir ,.11"'Q-. TEN wait, we 1 4, Memories are made of this . . . "this" being the day the Waskowitz Trophy once again appeared among the proud possessions in the NBHS trophy case. Given by the Wfaskowitz committee, and based on the state point system for football games, the trophy was presented to Captain Leon Osik for the team by Mr. David Waskowitz jr. Left zo right: Coach Tonerg Mr. David Waskowitz, jr., Dr. David Waskowitz, Sr., and Captain Leon Osik. Jw Q' Storm clouds gatherlng watch out' Hurricanes comtng' Bendmg over are john Ludko Frank Chesky D LaMar Leon Oslk Tom Carey Dan Drzala john Konefal Standmg Steve Dalkowskt Bob Barrows Mnke Halloran Steve Zrsk They re our startmg lme The Golden Hurrtcanes were really on the so thxs year vunnlnv all but one of thexr games W1th this record they have retanned thenr state champlonshnp record for the second consecut1ve year More than thenr maternal awards the boys on the team mll remcmbet the strenuous but enjoyable hours ot ptactxce the tlne team work and the nnxworat mg Saturday games Coach Toner counsels wg These etght competent men, each wxth a spectalnzed abnlxty, have been xndxspenslble to our teams success They are, from left io ugh! Coach john Toner, Assnstant Coaches Anthony Aprsso and Marco Landon, jumor Varsnty Coach Irvxng Black Behnnd them, xlandmg Mr Ralph Colltns, 103 Dr Davnd Waskowntz, Mr Charles Avedxslan, Dlrector of Physxcal Educatnon for secondary school boys, and Dr Jacob Melhon 'W Go, Zisk, go!" yelled the fans and Steve went. 7' I u3ili'llllf:g'f1m V K xfbmg X N, x . The stands pleaded Make in Try to take it away it good Bob make it good' Q and Barrows obli ed from Steve Dalkowski. 3 You've got your work cur out for you. THE RECORD SPEAKS FOR ITSELF New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain 13 33 1 33 40 26 19 19 42 45 Mt. Pleasant 19 Stamford 13 Weaver 7 Norwich 13 East Hartford O New London 7 Hillhouse 7 Hartford Public 0 Bulkeley 13 September 2 2 29 October 6 1 3 2 0 2 7 November 3 1 O 2 2 NX 1 -NN f vf ,,, ,, 4 ,QSES 9940 9Q9'?f-M2209 :"2 bee- as 415419711 N I gi 4 l l 'I04 . . We're over and Bulkeley looks surprised. The Golden Hurricanes took the game, and the fans took the goal posts. fAfterward, the city set iron posts in concrete.Q One of the rare times that Steve Dalkowski was brought down hard in the Thanks- giving Day game - or any other, for that matter. N, r M., f i , 1 H ' Y Q 1. -g eerily . .bf , , " . , ,, , , , M'...f,:: p - , rs , "N 'S 5 'Q if I Y Q rr .-'. . 5, :tg ' "R 152 N. iff: " P ggit W' t S! . . Q Y . 4- 1 l WM ,L In X ,xx 1 f ,X Q ,. ,, 4 ' M M L 4 .T .Mg , TOM CAREY DAN DRZALA Left Guard Left Tackle lf: He's a Peach! He's a Dream! ' I-Ie's the Captain! www as 'ma '13 STEVE DALKOWSKI Right Half Back Kami N-. H:- MARK KOTOWSKI Full Back JOHN ARDUNINI JACK CULLUM Half Back Quarter Back Q1 ,, ea... t ,, I f '- f , M' 3 , ' 1? Sr 1 f Q .Q-msg, -. Qt 1 JOHN LUDKO Right End THE ILLUSTRIOUS SENIOR Industrxous and dependable able and sportmg thats a descrxptxon of our entxre football team but especnally of our Herculean Cap tam Leon Oslk Besxdes playmf, center for our Hurrlcanes Leon leads the team members ID practxce and represents them at ofhcxal functions ARTHUR BAGDASARIAN En 'li -x iffy, f , R Q35 Jr., or at a . e . , 7 . X ' ,Q-sr gf! lf' . 1 5 R 'f a 53 ' . - Q 5 R7 , . . . 'W' - fi? 1 - ' . . i l . Q l 1,4 it Q ,, ,M iz, . R T w k l Y Q 5 . ffl l , . f r '- s"" I Y, - 7 - - d v. 1 4' 4 3 Q lf ' l 5' WF' f 'I .5 ,. R , N4 2 " 'F - 1 R .. gl, N ,Q . , S ,Q 1 V! . K Q . , Q' ff H 'V jf f fi 106 4 , pp . f.. p T, I Nagin--' .Q-df' in X A Rxghr Tackle Quarter Back Rrght Guard Center f"'K GOLDEN HURRICANES M02 Yea Steve' Yea Zls Yea' Rah' Rah' Mr Football Steve Z1sk Mr Football of 1957 has proved hrs mettle as hrs record . Q shows Wlth football nn hand he Q ,Qs has ZIgZ21ggEd through so many PL lmes and has crossed so mfmy goal lmes that he has smashed the m BOB HAUSMAN d1v1dual scormg record Left End f-ixg FRANK VALUK Half Back JOHN NIEDZWIECKI BILL MATTOLA PETER MCCONNEL End Tackle Guard .l fm W 5 f N I 4 3 r fl 1 V1 1 Lvjvkyftfxt 'L' 'rtl k .- V, L' , Q J , All '. ly 'W 4 I - my 7,1 ' , VV L L 57 35 ' ' , , L A' L ,, 'L L V I fa I V K X A . A WM ,M . 2 A . 5 .. : - - 5' v 2 FRANK CHESKY BOB BARROWS DICK LQMAR LEO BORDEN . ' ki Q O L 9 . 4 I ,kg lk 3 ' ' or L :rr 1 r ' 6 551 W -Q 2 ' I ,4 ig, 5' A Y' 5 l ' Y y xzwkl '53 I N L I , ' .-f 5 ' . ' X L L L llll n. -, , xg nv I, ' , 1 I 'ia , 1 W V Ol Xa., 3 Basketball clicked, f too, this year! w.. it U D 1 1544 .-iii!! y 6- ' Q' E .u MIM RQ .,. ' K Q I F it ' A i ff", 4 A When these fellows move, they move fast: when they stand, they stand pat. row I: Bob Elia, Joe Cody. Row 2: Brian O'Neill, Malcolm johnson, Thomas Stagis, john Wilk, Robert Zering. Row 3: John Newton, Managerg Robert Hausman, Richard Beckius, Francis Frangione, Ron Noveck, john Stanton, Mike Halloran, jay Webb, Coach Ernest Neipp. Coach "Ernie" Neipp Has Earned His Smile This Year When the last whistle blew, this was the score! December 1956 6 11 13 18 20 january 1957 2 5 7 10 12 17 22 26 29 31 February 5 7 13 New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain New Britain Norwich Hartford Hillhouse Bulkeley , Weaver Hartford Torrington Hillhouse New London Norwich East Hartford Bristol New London Weaver Torrington East Hartford Bristol . Bulkeley These are the Fellows Who Made State Tournament- 415 Mal johnson made his reputatxon as a Rrchre Beckrus rs a dependable floor Jay Webb IS a steady performer fme rebounder man many capacmes -L. Captam Tom Stagls topped the record for the hrghesr average of pomts per game 23 plus ohn Wnlk IS another relxable man Bob Hausman who usually stars was Bob Zerxng h35 3 SC! Shot that ha5 under the boards benchecl by a broken hand and an myured proved valuable foor : . I I ' ' . X l 1 . YN c rr rx - . 'Y I 17"Q.,x V . f , 5 f ,, " ff' xx ff .- ' N' 'N - M ' : i , u I l ' ' l ' I 1 l : ' . . l 3 r lb if A ""' 'Wi' Q wf , .. f W W ' X , ,A gk PM, M.. I Q S, A . vb f K W, -K 5 gg ,, r :-- 'K A ' X ' I A I 5, as M.5""' '62 ' ' ' ' 1 g . Wf' ', Q '3 'gi , 4 i W wx ' t 2 U if 5 3'?'!,X'i g 3 i J ' N 'W Q., 'I ,K ,- 'F Y x ' v 3 ,MN itil? 'emi RX I gl x K: ls .A 7 -' K ff 1- ,ii ' - Y , ., K , 5 in 13 d bcgngues out in anxious concentration, Zering ri ' ohn F Week after week, these scenes were repeated at the TCC gym and in schools about the state. The clark suits here are Bristol's. Wilk follows the ball up to make sure it drops straight clown. Stagis C69 is "up in the air" over the play, too. johnson Q59 and Zering Q79 are willing it in. 1 les as the Bristol boys watch for opportunity, son doesn t mean to let them have it. Q ran" Frangione registers consternation as number 10 , A , the ball away. This isnt a new step af- my fur, v xr , .,x.. ,.y - , 4 15.xf41x4Imxm I X 1' A Nw! 'I'1:. Nx.14.Xi..1XzI.1 tml .1 1 A11Tlf . x, iw l:..x1X lx 1 ,fNIf.xIf1C.'vk,1.Y.1., Q.: .11 2: 5. I :.:.X J, :.,1-fp. L, :.1 4.114 in-J, A, 1..m:V D-mn' .1-1 I11fI.tT 1-5 1 .1111 Rwm iMqx...x 11:1 1 H211 NY: r" 11 Ywrzx '. f.,'fz? rr 11 .1 ffm fx ffYfl..Tf .. if , 1",x, - J. Q--S v A . an 1 -di-F 1,1 1 V has , ' 2 1 W' 'Q .gs 1 lx X14 iii.. ,k.,1. . .. . 1 11. HAH rum 1 nil '11 X1:m-1.1: -xv .1 ,11 1 1 H LM- ,xyr.tUN41L1: S ,, gr at xx , t Tennis has good following Although candidates were not up for tennis when the Beehire went to press, Doug Howard and Stan Murzyn were dehnitely the ranking players. Both boys have played for two years in matches that broke all the school's records and, last year, took them into the C.I.A.C. tournament. Coach Toner predicted a good season with a larger following than usual. Mr is E- Bm. 'cf Stan Murzyn DOllg Golf completes the program Winding up the sports year, golf holds its appeal for a limited number, but when that number tee-off, they stay on the course. Leading this year's candidates were jerry Gromko, Mal johnson, and Bob Zering. Gromko is a fairly newcomer, but the veterans john- son and Zering ran up some scores last year that discouraged takers. CTP ff :'7 ,!l!L!f,'rrU Howard O .-fa-. Lf ffntffl 9 cabo HH 4 fbil T 2... IJX WK W" iff VV "9 E QW' hug QW? 9 ., 'UQ yllfi Jaw? 3' ag .4 em, 5 ' " 1, . w 1 r 'S " I x I SBUQQ la MYM 'T 48917-X ' 2' lil Q Sure and fast these fellows are going after the state track rec Bill Anderson, George Doonan, Wally Prytko, Stan Cisz, ord this year row I Donald Sausanovitch Manager Carl Sgamboti, Richard Price, Chet Zera, Tony Valenti, Robert Elia Elmer Robinson Francis Frangione Thomas Peter Labas. Bonk Karl Maitz Robert Hausman Captain David Row 3: Thomas Dillon, Robert Glaser, Wayne Grass, Louis Sykes Leon Osik Edward janik Thomas Weir Sam Cimidon, Edward Bazar, Francis Plucas, Frank Glaser, Peretz Mark Kotowski Mark Roderick, Michael Price, Nathan Mag, Henry Row 2 Coach Irving Black Reno Mastriani john Keough Nejfelt, Player-Manager, Santino Puzzo. Track Team Runs the Distance The NBHS Track Team provides participation in some capacity for every member in running events, jumping events including the high, running broad, and pole vault, shot putting, discus, javeline and hammer throwing. The team has ranked successively higher each year now and a number of the boys have made New England records. In the first meet of the year, NBHS ranked third out of ten and, even as this copy goes to press, has exceeded its record. View Striving to make our school name note worthy in the hurdle races, Ed janik captured a place i Although he begins his jump at just six inches above the floor, there is no telling how high Leon Osik may rise. Tom Bonk has exemplary position as he pre- pares to heave the twelve pound shot-put. He is also noted as one of the best javelin throwers in the state. The man behind the team, Coach Irving Black. This little feat is nothing new to Mark Kotowski, for he is recognized as one of the best pole vaulters in New England. .- 5 , XIA A K 2 5.2 5 feet 10 inches was the mark for Frank Frangione's jump here and he has since broken the record at 5 feet IOM inches. "He does it so easily!" 8Hly, ' X . SQRM it B905 K l ,v-+-Q-. Sam Peretz, Dave Sykes, Bob Hausman, Ed janik, and alternate are one of the state's ranking relay teams. 99175 i :..- 'L 41 'L 2 z 2 Z' j 'Qu Q Thomas Vfeir 1 ' B x Times haven't changed much since Elihu Burritt's day. l L.-.. L XYC f 1 fain! l l 185767. 'W ,531 - x' . . -., Candidates for the Big League are row I.' john Karwoski, Steve Dalkowski, jim Havlick, Bob Barrows, Steve Zisk. Rau' 2: Mike Halloran, Ben Sisti, joe Cody, jack Cullum, Row 3: Coach William Huber, joe Winkler, Brian O'Neil, john Wilks, Grove Steele. "Take me out to the ball game" has been an invitation worth accepting the past few years. This year, it meant to seven home-games and seven-away-games. Huii' wif, y. , ., .1 gn ,Hifi Q4 -htm,-was Action on the mound with Dalkowski who has been scoured by the Major The Coach and Barrows confer on I-CHSUCS' the next best move. Sparking the team were live lettermen: Grove Steele, a leading batter, Steve Dalkowski, state renowned pitcher, jack Cullum, key outtielderg jim Havlick, outfield star, and Captain Bob Barrows, allraround good player. 2 ff gk . 'Cv it i Z "We are the music makers . . ." The Musical Club, exemplifying the qualities of cooperation, friendliness, and enthusiasm, is ii truly harmonious orgiinization. The Student Conductors are to be commended for their outstanding leadership: Stanley Murzyn, Bandg Sylvia Cassolino, Sixth Period Chorusg Priscilla Freedell, Starlettesg Judith Neuhart, Orchestrag Warren Hausman, Senior Choir. only Guiding the activities of the Musical Club is a capable group of ofhcers: Leon Gorslci, treasurerg Mary Marshall, executive secretaryg jane Insalaco, vice-presidentg Eileen Pavano, recording secretaryg Earl Hasselmark, president. 'lfherinspiring hymns of Christmas are rendered by the A Cappella Chorus, representing fresh- men, iumors, and seniors. Q. mf Singing their way to stat- dom are the shining Starlettes: Satenik Shahverdian, Bettyann Steinman, Judith Johnson, Nancy Miller, Roberta Miller, Jane Insalaco, Priscilla Free- dell, Roberta Dambrowski, Barbara Hultberg, Elin Bloom- quist, Elaine Syrocki. The full toned Senior Choir stands ready to chant the selection, "No Man Is An Island." Roz: 1: Satenik Shahverdian, Judith Johnson, Roberta Miller, Priscilla Freedell, Roberta Dambrowski, Jane Insalaco, Barbara Hultberg, Elaine Syrocki, Nancy Miller, Elin Bloomquist, Bettyann Steinman. Ron 2: Mary Jane Buonafede, Sylvia Cassolino, Mary Marshall, Donald Amotoso, Alan Swanson, Archie Hovanesian, Roger Lagasse, Kurt Bagley, Roland Dorval, Curtis Jones, Dennis Olszowy, Sandra Clare, Mar- jorie Barrett. Rau' 3: Patricia Kupec, Jane Kniffen, Noreen Hedenberg, Lisbeth McQuire, John Buccheri, Brian McCarthy, Robert Roxby, David Sykes, Wilfred Hansen, Joanne Ekwurtzel, Marian Kreivenas, Judith Shapiro, Mary Ellen Lumpkin. Ron' 4: Virginia Narcum, Eileen Pavano, Barbara Linton, Tom Nash George Murtha, W'illiam Laskar- zewski, David Fagan, Stanley Kolej, Leon Gorski, Earl Hasselmark, Warren Hausman. V "Standing on the Corner" is the Octet: Dennis Olszomy, Kurt Bagley, Curtis Jones, Roland Dorval, Wilfretl Hansen, Brian McCarthy, George Murtha, Earl Hassel- mark. Sylvia Cassolino leads the Sixth Period chorus in a live ly songfesr, ff avi if Swinging tinsel happy laugh ter and friendly singing made the Musical Club Christmas Party a wonder u reat R w Picard jane Insalaco George Murtha Noreen Hedenberg Margo Aharon ian Archie Hovanesian Roberta Miller William Laskazewslci Row 2 joan Kaller Jerry Kaplan Mary Marshall Steve Sawczysyn Nancy Miller john Buccheri Judith Craig, Earl Hassel mark Stasia Konefal Thomas Nash. Q f" 'NI' Qsff 1 . X, n Q . X J .L V' - . . 3,1542-M 1 X f 3 2 Q" Under the supervision of its Director, Mr. Vincent Debenedictis, the Musical Club has flourished and expanded. In popular demand, all of the groups in the Club have entertained local organ- izations and have appeared on TV. 119 I 4 . V A W5 ? 'wif i Q 0' ra 9 '- wi sv Q, Q ? L X 1. ,1f"l'? it 71 iff? 0'f1z'a ff N ? w f, 4 'E .,f.-gg3nfsg,4 ,g,,w i UL? 5 QW .1-224, 1 ,gi FQJ' f Q3 11' ,Qi ,Q Y 'Ig W - A is V' ' ' 'S' 2f " f" ei Q! y A W --T -V. -4- -W 9-Dr-L g AMN . 'Q' M1 ,. V 44 1 l W 'V W '31 A M, ,Q W1 '.nvC'f,gm?Qg wk .xv W.. 'W in :WX n ' 'F ,J .. an vi I 'rf' Ivy E4 5 M- 0546 Nkflirl "x!Ylf'4wQgU wh., vl- 8 ,ax ef A qi v Sr. ft u 3 X I 1 '92 IC, Q. -i 1 4 I I Blxtmgg, DCU ...., i ?'liaNf', if .W f 2 , at I 5 B i its if ,, , G, t . TL""Lf-Tligi Y 'img -.G THE REVUE OF '57 The house lights dim, antl the curtain rises on the girls' ilance line, stepping to the "Lullaby of Broadway." In front line. Elizabeth Ahlgren, Diane Paratlis. Marna johnson, Marjorie Barrett, Sandra Bruyn. Barbara Kluska, Janet Naples, Roberta Damhrowski. jane Insalaco, Cleftq sings "September Song." As "Mr. D." looks on, his past unfolils before him, in "This Is Your Strifef' Left to right: Stanley Murzyn, Earl Hasselmark, Bonnie Marshall, Leon Gorski, Eileen Pavano, , 2 1 W K . 2 fi, ,ii E On the opposite page, we see Roger lagasse who gives out with a soliil guitar beat as Don Amoroso swings his sax to "Rock Arounil The Clock." "Yeah man, yeah" gasps Leon Gorski as Stanley Murzyn and Warren Hausman "dig his jivef' The moving rhythms of the Dance Band sustained the mootl of New York glamour and charm throughout the show. Ron It Gloria Lestini, William Benulski, Charles Robison, Elin Bloom- quist, jutlith Neuhart, james Erugale, Frank Battista, Anthonv Cfiezynski, Donaltl Amoroso, Ron 2: Grace Nichols, Martha liirnhaber, Elizabeth Barrows, Leon Gorski, Robert Pasco, Gary Bravy. l , L, 'E i 7 w P K P 5 EM 'F D ,'1 'wb 4911 E wr, Munn .unisex 1 , . q -LY Qu., I A Q' I ...rm ri 'R in iq. 'Si l 2 , aff f Y l l ia 5 z l E , 7 i I E ff'-355: a . ...W .M , fit- ,- -W -,Ig..'fe:fh ff-r-lv .sf ......,.. Taking a minute out from their practicing, the members of the orchestra posed for the Beehive cameras. This situation was rre, however, for they usually were tuning up for a performance for the Honor Society Assemblies, the Spring Concert, Christmas Concert, or other engagements. Members are, flffl four Judith Neuhart, Elin Bloomquist, Charles Robison, Martha Firnhaber, Diane Davis, Grace Nichols, Deborah Peterson, Joan Narcum, Linda Quarti, Peter Stathis. ' Roni 2: William Banulski, Carol Griffin, Gloria Lestini, Etzel Wilhoit, Sally Gustafson, Bernice Hurd, Barbara Linton, Joyce Carlson, Row 3: Barbara Kluska, Sandra Dounok, Wilfred Samson, Mary Ellen Baranowski, Joan Winkler, John Wever, Hilary Charland, Louis Lazzerini, Donald Amoroso, Virginia Tomczak, Oksana Stasiuk, Diane Carlson. Ron' 4: Judy Dyckman, Ned Mast, Diane Paradis, Betty Barrows, Nancy Melinoskas, Penny Nevulis, Jane Kniifen, Gerard Gaudette, Richard Coe, Hilary Charland, Stan Mutzyn, Donald Koonze, Richard Pollay, Joseph Sentau, Mr. Myers. Left Sandra Dombrovvslxi Right Patricia Lepito Long Tables were refilled many times between 5:30 and 7:30 li Mr. Andrew Ahiironinn, President of the P.T.A.g Mrs. Aharonia, Judge Max Reicher, and Mr. Harold Hultberr, en- joy new rhythms provided by the Dance Band. ' ,-,gp it 2' 'mm 9 i l f s g K . 1 l F 4 A-HSI---V The Parents' Musical Club sponsored a Smorgas- bord, March 5, to provide a scholarship for music study. Besides Revue selections, and dinner music by the orchestra, the Maennerchor and Donau Societies Cwho paid for their suppersj sang several numbers. The "experiment" was judged by all to be worthy ot Q repetition. Lorraine Pernal entertains on the marimba. In the manner of a Boston "Pops" Concert, the Dance If-'?x Mr. Warren Myers, our capable orchestra leader, at one time played with the famed Boston Symphony Orchestra. It is, therefore, no surprise that the NBHS orchestra is ranked high among those in the state. 1... fir' Band rendered light dinner music. 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V ,xx , , H, A gg pay 1:3 ,,. ,i,, hmm' L Top journalistic honors go to two seniors. 19' 'R 'WT ,ff QUILL AND SCROLL The Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Organization for high school journalists The rigorous requirements open membership to juniors and seniors who have done superior work on the school paper in writing editing or business management To be a candidate a student must be ln the upper third of his class in general scholastic stand mg at the time of selection and he must be recommended by the ad isor who submits published maternal to the Executive Secretary of urll and Scroll Lastly th material must be approved by the Executive Secretary Elected in their junior year Henry Nejfelt and Eunice Rlngrose feditor in chxef and news editor of Red and Gold Review respectnveljj were the only members of this journalists honor society 128 Three students place as semi-finalists in scholarship competition. The National Merit Scholarship Foundation examination, conducted last October for the second year, is the most dithcult competition in the country - 162,800 candidates constituting the top five per cent of their graduating classes from private, public, and parochial schools all over the United States. From NBHS twenty-eight seniors, therefore, went to the library one morning to take the three hour long examination. They were William Sheehan, James Mulgrew, Coleman Levy, Patricia Pranitis, Barbara Lemanski, Mary Marshall, john Karwoski, Walter Wiegand, Rita Sokolski, Judith johnson, Judith Carlson, Theodore Stoutenberg, jay Webb, Henry Nejfelt, Glenn Connolly, Elizabeth Barton, Ann Martin, Evanthia Kondonellis, Richard Traskos, Earl Hasselmark, Richard Markiewicz, Roberta Abrams, Patricia Lemeris, Robert Hausman, and William Kalwat. When the scores were in, one-half of the top one per cent of the candidates received congratulatory letters announcing them as semi-finalists. Among this number, we were happy to discover, were our own Myron Myerson, Warren Hausman, and Lawrence Josefiak. Mr. Sala congratulates Myron Myerson, Warren Hausman, and Lawrence josetiak. 5 it '17 Those who were inducted in May of 1956 were Rou I jay Webb Judy Carlson Roberta Abrams William Sheehan Rou 2 Rita Sokolski Taube Weinstein Priscilla Free dell Helen Tolls Rou 3 Richard Traskos Myron Myerson Warren Hausman and Earl Hasselmark one short phrase I must learn, that I may do The officers were Judy Carlson secretary William Sheehan president Roberta Abrams WCC President and jay Webb treasurer at1ona1 Honor The National Honor Society was established to fsbne rccogmtion tt those who have realized the life long importance of four cardinal scholarship and serwice Its mem bers have understood the signin cance of their emblem and motto As the flaming torch remones the physical darkness they must re moxe the shadows of ignorance as the keystone holds the arch in stability they must uphold the struc ture of ciulization Noblesse Ob Inge denotes that to those to whom much is given of them shall much be required . . ' . Z I l I I 1 l I s 1 Z " - i , , I , ll u . O . Y., In I . . 3 principles: character, leadership, . 7 , - , . , , . 3 . . v i - i y i Q , 5 , . 130 Those who were inducted ln November of 1956 were Rau I Barbara Lemanskl judrth McCormack judxth johnson Nancy Goodwln R011 2 Patr1c1a Pranms Nancy Severmo Judith Cralg Karen Anderson Patr1c1a Davxes Rou 3 joseph Charlow Glenn Connolly Henry Nejfelt Robert Hausman Walter Wxegand SOCICQI' 19 9- Those who were inducted m May of 1957 were Rou I Barbara A1ud1 Marxlyn Z1egler Elizabeth Barron Eumce Rmgrose Margaret Keefe Patrlcna Cowles Rou 2 judlth Connelly Patrxcxa Lemerrs Vlrgmta Narcum Brenda Maxen Stephame Mlshko Kerm Romemcl Row 3 Judlth Welch Carol Weber jacquelyn Kxefer Barbara Roth Manlyn McGraw Maryann Kelly Ann Martrn james Mulgrew judlth Neuhart Rxchard Fusco Betsy Carroll Row 4 john Karwoskl Lee Turner Mark Paskus Frank Polgroszek Ronald Anderson Q ' , . ', , n n , , , ' , , , . , , l ! I ' 0 A W 3 mr .. 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D V , , , , , . , , , , , , , , , - GENERAL HONORS FOR THREE YEARS HONORS IN SCHOLARSHIP Honors 1n scholarshlp are awarded to those who malntarn average rank of erghty five or over 'Roberta Lee Abrams 'Barbara Ann Arudr Shlrley Jeanne Allard 'Karen Gall Anderson 'Ronald Kenneth Anderson Matthew Anthony Augustlne :"El1zabeth Barton Phrlrp Harold Belom Prrscrlla Ann Bertolxne Fnlomena joan Brsaccla Bruce Robert Blalr Uudrth Lee Carlson 'Betsy Lee Carroll 'joseph Francls Charlow 3'-Iudnth Theresa Connelly 'Glenn Neal Connolly "'Patr1c1a Ann Cowles Uudlth Constance Cralg :"'Patr1c1a Helen Davies 'Pr1sc1lla Cla1re Freedell "'R1chard Donato Fusco 'Nancy Lee Goodwln Frances Ann Gorskr :"Earl David Hasselmark ":Robert Arnold Hausman fWarren Howard Hausman Lorrame osephlne Ierardn 'kjudlth Grant johnson "kLawrence Francrs Josefiak Allyn Keller Kall rl' ohn Paul Karowskn Joann Sabma Kata :"Margaret Ann Keefe 'Maryann Kelly Uacquelyn Agnes Kxefer Haddon Emanuel Klmgber l':Evanth1a Kondonellls Lutz Kunze xBarbara Helen Lemanskl :"Patr1c1a Ann Lemerls Ronald joseph Levesque Jud1th jenny McAul1ffe 132 . .J.. . .. 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HONORS IN SCHOLARSHIP Honors in scholarship are awarded to those who maintain average rank of eighty five or ovcr 'Marilyn Rae McGraw 'E Ann Martin 'Brenda Tina Maxen Theodore John Melinosky 'Stephanie Mishko Joyce Ann Montenieri James Edward Mulgrew 'Myron Richard Myerson 'Virginia Ann Narcum 'Henry Victor Nejfelt 'Judith Florence Neuhart 'Mark Andrew Paskus 'Frank Edward Polgroszek 'Patricia Anne Pranitis Patricia Elizabeth Remsen 'Eunice Anne Ringrose Emily Doris Rochette 'Kerin Ellen Romenici Arlene Ann Romitelli 'Nancy Joan Severino 'William Charles Sheehan Edward Mark Sneideman 'Howard Bernard Sohn 'Rita Marianne Sokolski Joan Louise Telke 'Helen Suzanne Tolis 'Richard Thomas Traskos 'Lee Donald Turner Rodney Thomas Wasel 'Jay Jerome Webb 'Carol Marie Weber William Warren Weber 'Taube Weinstein 'Judith Marion Welch 'Walter Jacob Wicgand, J 'Marilyn Gertrude Ziegler Rosalie Janet Ziskoski 'Member of National Honor Society of Secondary Schools 133 GENERAL HONORS FOR THREE YEARS 'Judith Ann McCormack 'Barbara Ann Roth SPECIAL HONORS ART Patrlcxa Helen Davles Andrew Benrdnct Devokams Aileen L Galmskl Lorrame osephnne Ierardx Robert Fred Marozzn Algert Slnvrnskas BOOKKEEPING Chester Francis Abramczyk Shnrley Jeanne Allard Regma Lucxlle Bedard Arlene Emma Buchholz Dxanne osephnne Carlson Marilyn Gertrude Heller Ellen Hrnchchffe Yvonne Lee anxk oann Sablna Kata acquelyn Agnes Kxefer Nancy Lxllxan Krlbourne judrth Ann McCormack jane Mane Maguda Joyce Ann Montemern judxth Maryanne Muszynskx Rosnta Carole Pons Patrrcxa Ellzabeth Remsen Emrly Dons Rochette Marcxa Ann Scalrse Ann Adela Schnrtzke Nancy oan Severmo Barbara Lee Shaw Arlene ane Stanock oan Louxse Telke Carol Marre Weber Shrrley Ann Wmkaxtrs DRAFTING Earl Henry Brazeal jr Frankj Chesky r Allyn Keller Kall ames Edward Mulgrew Phrlnp Arthur Thrbault jr Walter acob Wxegand r ENGLISH Roberta Lee Abrams Barbara Ann A1ud1 Karen Gall Anderson Ronald Kenneth Anderson Matthew Anthony Augustme Ellzabeth Barton Phrlnp Harold Belorn Prrscnlla Ann Bertolme I-rlomena oan Brsaccxa Bruce Robert Blarr udnth Lee Carlson Betsy Lee Carroll joseph Francns Charl w judnth Theresa Connelly Glenn Neal Connolly judrth Constance Crang Patrrcxa Helen Davres Anna Barbara D1Cesare Prxscrlla Clalre Freedell Rxchard Donato Fusco Nancy Lee Goodwxn Earl Davxd Hasselmark Robert Arnold Hausman Warren Howard Hausman Judith Grant ohnson Lawrence Francxs josehak Wllllam Walter Kalwat Margaret Ann Keefe Maryann Kelly Shnrley Ann Kerm jacquelyn Agnes Krefer Haddon Emanuel Klmgberg jr Evanthxa Kondonellls Robert Mark Lake Carolxne Hilda Larson Barbara Helen Lemanskl 134 Patr1c1a Ann Lemerrs Eleanor Mae Llckwar udlth jenny McAul1Ffe udnth Ann McCormack Marxlyn Rae McGraw E Ann Martrn Brenda Trna Maxen Stephanie Mrshko Myron Rlchard Myerson Henry Vnctor Nejfelt judlth Florence Neuhart Mark Andrew Paskus Frank Edward Polgroszek Patrlcla Anne Pranrtls Eunlce Anne Rrngrose Emlly Dorxs Rochette Kerm Ellen Romen1c1 Arlene Ann Romxtellx Barbara Ann Roth Wrllxam Charles Sheehan Howard Bernard Sohn Rrta Marxanne Sokolskl Betty Ann Steinman Theodore john Stoutenberg Helen Suzanne Tolls Rlchard Thomas Traskos Lee Donald Turner jay erome Webb W1ll1am Warren Weber Taube Wemstem Walter jacob Wxegand jr Marllyn Gertrude Zregler Rosalie anet Zrskoskx FRENCH Evanthla Kondonellls Stanley Bogdan Muller GERMAN Glenn Neal Connolly Arnold Helmuth Fmn Evanthna Kondonelhs J . , J l . . U . . . . . J ' ' . I . , J .Q ' J ' I J U- I . , . . J ' '. I . J ' , . . . J ' D C U . . J . . . Ronald joseph Levesque Patricia Ann Cowles Nffnfl' .loan Savefiflo . . ' I ' , Jr ' . l J . J l . . U I , J,' - . . , . J 1 Q . I . . . l. Patrlcla Anne Pranltls Robert Renlck Barbara Ann Roth Wllllam Charles Sheehan Howard Bernard Sohn Rlchard Thomas Traskos Lee Donald Turner Robert Zenng HOME ECONOMICS Germalne Emlly Bukowskl Marle Dorls Carplnterl Florence une ehnlngs oanne Vlola MOIIH Fern Ellzabeth Squazza INDUSTRIAL ARTS Bruce Robert Blalf john Mlchael Brzezlnskl Frederlck john Frascona Allyn Keller Kall Carl Frank Katzbeck Melvln ames Knlghts Rlchard Roger LaMar joseph Francls Sacharko Anthony Mlchael Valentl Davld Edmark Olson Robert Frank Poglltsch Edward Carl Prytko Wllllam John Valukevlch Rodney Thomas Wasel Mlchael Leroy Wlley Frederlck Allan Youmans LATIN Lawrence Francls oseflak MATHEMATICS Roberta Lee Abrams Matthew Anthony Augustlne Prlscllla Ann Bertollne SPECIAL HONORS joseph Francls Charlow Glenn Neal Connolly Ernest John D Agata Rlchard Donato Fusco Earl Davld Hasselmark Robert Arnold Hausman Warren Howard Hausman Lawrence Francls oseflak Allyn Keller Kall ohn Paul KZIWOSKI Andrew Wllllam Madrak james Edward Mulgrew Myron Rlchard Myerson Henry Vlctor Nejfelt Donald Clayton Newton Mark Andrew Paskus Patrlcla Anne Pranltls Gerald Anthony Rakowskl Wllllam Charles Sheehan Rlta Marlanne Sokolskl Theodore ohn Stoutenberg Rlchard Thomas Traskos jay Jerome Webb Walter jacob Wlegand SCIENCE Roberta Lee Abrams janet Marle Anderson Karen Gall Anderson Ronald Kenneth Anderson Robert Rlchard Barrows Phlllp Harold Beloln Prlscllla Ann Bertollne oseph Francls Charlow Glenn Neal Connolly Patrlcla Ann Cowles Rlchard Leo Dalkowskl Patrlcla Helen Davles Pf1SClll3 Clalre Freedell Rlchard Donato Fusco 135 1' Lee Alf Gerlander Nancy Lee Goodwln Frances Ann Gorskl Earl Davld Hasselmark Warren Howard Hausman James Davld Havllck D3Vld Andrew HClSlHg Douglas Larson Howard udlth Grant ohnson Margaret Ann Keefe Maryann Kelly Barbara Helen Lemanskl Patrlcla Ann Lemerls Coleman Bertram Levy Marllyn Rae McGraw Rlchard Stanley M3Ik1CW1CZ Brenda Tlna Maxen Theodore ohn Mellnosky Stephanle M1ShkO Myron Rlchard Myerson Vlrglnla Ann Narcum Henry Vlctor Nejfelt Judlth Florence Neuhart Mark Andrew Paskus Frank Edward Polgroszek Gerald LOUIS Ravagnanl Aureleo Paul Rosano Wllllam Charles Sheehan Howard Bernard Sohn Rlta Marlanne Sokolskl Helen Suzanne Tolls Rlchard Thomas Traskos Lee Donald Turner john Douglas Vltkauskas Rodney Thomas Wasel jay Jerome Webb Taube WCIHSTCIH judlth Marlon Welch Walter jacob Wlegand Rosalle janet ZlSkOSk1 . , J . J ' I . . . 5 , . . . , . ll' J 1 . A ' A- E J . . . Salvatore Sebastian Conti, jr. Howard Bernard Sohn Ann Louise Mosey . J . A Q . . , Jr- J . ' I . . ' u ' ' ' , jr. SOCIAL STUDIES Roberta Lee Abrams Barbara Ann Aludl anet MRIIC Anderson Karen Gall Anderson Ronald Kenneth Anderson Donald Fred Ascare Ellzabeth Barton Prlscllla Ann Bertollne Bruce Robert Blalr LOUISE Rlta Bocwlnskl Germalne Emlly Bukowskl judlth Lee Carlson Betsy Lee Carroll Joseph Francls Charlow Margaret F Chmura udlth Theresa Connelly Glenn Neal Connolly Patrlcla Ann Cowles judlth Constance Cralg john Francls Cullum Anna Barbara DlCesare Prlscllla Clalre Freedell Rlchard Donato Fusco Nancy Lee Goodwln Leon John Gorskl Warren Howard Hausman ames Davld Havllck Davld Andrew Helslng Arthur Slgvard HCHIIKSOH Ellzabeth Ann HlgglHS Yvonne Lee anlk Malcolm Bruce effrey judlth Grant ohnson Lawrence Francls Josefiak Allyn Keller Kall john Paul Karwoskl oann Sablna Kata Wllllam Sldney Katz Margaret Ann Keefe Maryann Kelly Jacquelyn Agnes Kiefer Evanthla KOHdOnClllS Robert Mark Lake Barbara Helen Lemanskl Marllyn Rae McGraw jane Marle Maguda SPECIAL HONORS Brenda Tlna Maxen Theodore john Mellnosky oyce Ann MOHfCHlCfl Myron Rlchard Myerson Vlrglnla Ann Narcum judlth Florence Neuhart Wanda Eleanor Paskowskl Mark Andrew Paskus ames Charles Pethlgal Frank Edward Polgroszek Kerln Ellen Romenlcl Arlene Ann ROmltClll Nancy Joan SCVCIIHO Howard Bernard Sohn Betty Ann Stelnman Rlchard joseph Symecko Rlchard Thomas Traskos ohn Douglas VILKRUSKHS Rodney Thomas Wasel Carol Marle Weber Wllllam Warren Weber Taube Welnsteln Jlldlth MZIIOH Welch Walter jacob Wlegand r Frederlck Allan Youmans Marllyn Gertrude Zlegler Rosalle janet Zlskoskl STENOGRAPHY Patrlcla Ann Adamowlcz Shlrley Jeanne Allard Katherlne Chrlstlne Alagna Rlta Margaret Beaudoln Reglna Lucllle Bedard Mary Ann Cameron Patrlcla Mary Helsler Iacquelyn Agnes Klefer Judlth Jenny McAullHe judlth Ann McCormack joan Maureen Maguda Amella Ann Muck Patrlcla Ann MUf2WSkl Patrlcla Ann Olenchalk Patrlcla Ellzabeth Remsen Emlly DOIIS Rochette Kerln Ellen Romenlcl MHICIQ Ann Scallse Nancy joan Severlno 'I36 Arlene Jane Stanock Phyllls jean Swentusky Vlvlan Veronlca Valentlne Shlrley Ann Vetre TYPEWRITIN G Patrlcla Ann Adamowlcz Barbara Ann Aludl Shlrley eanne Allard Katherlne Chrlstlne Alagna Arvld Herbert Anderson Frances Carollne Bleluczyk Mary Ann Cameron Dlanne osephlne Carlson Sylvla Dlanne Cassollno Germalne Cell Chojnowskl MHICIZ Barbara Cohen Beverly Theresa DeManuel Davld Andrew Helslng Judith Lllllan Jakublak Irene Mary Kalnlk jacquelyn Agnes Klefer Nancy Lllllan Kllbourne Barbara Ann KUIHICKI Patrlcla Ann Lemerls Jlldlfh Jenny McAullffe udlth Ann McCormack oan Maureen Maguda james Robert Mlchalman Arlene Maryann MODKICWICZ Patrlcla Ann MUIHWSKI judlth Maryanne MUSZYDSKI Lols Ann OISIC Roslta Carole Pons Evelyn Ruth Punkunus Patrlcla Ellzabeth Remsen Emlly DOFIS Rochette Kerln Ellen Romenlcl Marcla Ann Scallse Nancy joan Severlno Barbara Lee Shaw Algert Sllvlnskas Arlene Jane Stanock Phyllls jean Swentusky Carol Marle Weber Ruth Ellzabeth WltkOVlC Barbara Ann Wltzke Barbara Ann Yorke J '. f. . 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