New Canaan High School - Per Annos Yearbook (New Canaan, CT)

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'L W : 'Puff ' .M 3g:,, 2.4 -L-t-QEQ, A 1 ': vi , 1 VA ' fi : ,z , 1, I 1 u ,L l . 1, u -F a 'J 4 Slttmg on the lawn we talked and laughed and sighed and felt a little sad because the sun was falling down on the last day of summer We were wondering about this Issue of the yearbook We wanted to show how IDdIVldUGlIlY contrlbutes to unuty We thought about a theme whnch would be based on the relatlonshrp of the smallest part to the whole of the undevudual to the mass ofa leaf to the tree of a spark to the School Our concern IS not wnth the brick shell of us It IS with the beating poundmg thumping stamping smrllng life Inside the framework You we all of us as mdavnduals make the circle complete tire, And then we realized that you are New Canaan High He-who through vast immensity can pierce, See worlds on worlds compose one universe, Observe how system into system runs, What planets circle other suns, What varied beings people ev'ry star- May tell us why heaven has made us as we are. -Alexander Pope CONTENTS FACULTY SECTION . 6 SENIOR SECTION . . . I4 UNDERCLASSMEN . . 42 ACTIVITIES SECTION . . so THE ARTS .... . 78 ATHLETICS . .' 94 ADVERTISING . . Izo EPILOGUE . . . 126 Q1 iff! -Ji si-aan, PUBLISHED BY NEW CANAAN HIGH SCHOOL NEW CANAAN. CONNECTICUT VOL. XIX 1959 I 1 M31 ' if Alain'-5' 4 If ' X w 4 N Q , -X YQ. xx X ' h' :Q f X ' , 14 f -K X , lv , .u ' ' ,I .i KR my 5 1 ' , I x N I V4 ll f i . L -, X N Q H ' S st - ,, I ,fly K . A 'h , ' J , 1 , . . ' 'I . fff -,'!r,4' KI V , A V ,Z v'. .".L XX - A - - 1' if 'r' XX ' A ' ' .' I. r ' A", , 4 in? ' fy 1 'V NK-:f,.: ' ,' X x ' f x-,' , - , - f . " A , ' I ! ' I QS If Y F . ' f 4 I K I A 7 A 4 r f-, ,' 1' .5 hs V' . A ' K '-f--sv '." ' 4' ' q fi- 1 . x -'xx . U", I 1- X at J.. in J' "'-in vi?-M S- -g,-.i 'ff' ,,ff 5-4+...,.,,,,,.,.f-' A leaf, a drop, a crysfal, a momenf of ffme, IS relafed fo fhe whole Each parfzcle IS a microcosm, and farlh fully renders flwe likeness of fhe world Ralph Waldo Emerson r - "" ' , ,Yr---" X X, nu! ,, 1' x ' rl ks . , 'X 'L ' ,new "' " 'fx' "f""""-iN..Z ,R ,V A x i 41'4'! A ' A-' n.Q.T' ' ' ' f , f .f . I 1 " ' ll 74" fl ' . O .E -Q 1 ,X V , . -' 4 2 I - M I - .xx , I X . , J N? 2 7,1 5 ON EDUCATION EDUCATION MUST RELATE THE DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF LIFE AND SHOW HOW THESE ASPECTS RELATE TO YOU SINCE WE ARE NOT HEADING INTO A WORLD MADE UP COMPLETELY OF NUMBERS OR OF COLORS OR EVEN OF WORDS WE DEPEND UPON THE PEOPLE WHO SHAPE OUR LEARNING TO SHAPE US WITH AN IDEA OF THE WHOLE EACH MEMBER OF THE FACULTY EXPLORES A REALM OF KNOWLEDGE BUT THE COM BINED WORLDS OF THOUGHT FOUND IN AS COLORS ON A SPECTRUM BALANCE AND CONTRAST. THE TEACHERS FORM A SPEC TRUM OF THOUGHT THE STUDENT SETS UP HIS OWN DESIGN FROM THE COLORS SPREAD BEFORE HIM WE ARE GRATEFUL TO THE FACULTY FOR HELPING US TO RELATE OUR OWN WORLD TO THE GREATER ONES WHICH SPIN AROUND US NOT AS ANONYMOUS STU DENT BODY TO TEACHING STAFF DO WE THANK THEM BUT AS ONE MIND WOULD THANK ITS INSPIRATION SCHOOL SLIDE TOGETHER INTO ONE IMAGE. X W fi ,,, P22 1'- Lr 1 if 9-4 " .. Say noi I have found fhe frufh, buf a frufh. -Kahlil Gibran 'sz 8 445 ! D '1 x 11 E19 2 new l QP Administration, Left to Right: Mr. Frank Strong, Assistant Superin- tendent of Schools, Miss Elizabeth eh-'Z .--V 5 v language Department, Cloclcwise From Bottom: Mr. Joseph Colaninno, Miss Pauline Ames, Mrs. Jeanne Bertoli, Mr. James St. Clair, Mr, Carl Howard. Center: Mr. Wayne Newell. Tribble, Director of Guidance, Mr. James St. Clair, Assistant Principal, Mr. Harold Kenney, Headmaster. I ' 5 'K fy 1 ..a English Department, Clocliwise From Lower left: Su Qgsgrzdpkvaghgrii I Miss Beverly Jones, Mr. Matthew Coyle, Mrs, Anitra P en 0 C oo S Marsland, Mr. Warren Smith, Mrs. Olga Dufour, Mr. David Maier, Mr. Ronald Hallett, Mr. Richard Kepes. K. illl lull illlll' ,.,f History Department Cloclrwne From Bottom Muss Vlrglnla lord lllbrarlanj Mr Corby Lewus Mr Ar thur lane Mr Rocharcl Cressy Mr Matthew Coyle Mr Robert Reed Science and Mathematics Departments, Clockwnse From Bottom Mr Walter Alger, Mr Francus Fisher, Mr Paul Brooks, Mr Keith Luttletield, Mr Edgar Lind, Mr Harold Pelletler, Mr Stanley Twardy Cantor Mr John Duguld Art and Musuc Departments Cloclzwlse From Bottom Mrs Bermce Hall Mrs Jane Hulton Mr Alols Fabry Mr Albert Jacobson Mr Arthur Dougherty I J 'A The beginning and the root of all good is the pleasure of the ,Q stomach, even wisdom and cul- ture must be referred fo this. -Epicurus Culinary Staff left to Right Mane DiBarnaba Louise Du baros Gladys Sparks Giselle Blmmel Norma Specht Catherine Monahan, Phyllis Burnham. Commercial Department, Clockwise From lower Left: Miss Jane Carrick, Mrs. Phyllis Dixon, Mrs. Mildred Haskell, Miss Alice leatherland. Center: Mr. Gordon Streeter. Athletics Department, Clockwise From Lower Left: Mr. Jo- seph Sikorski, Mr. William Murphy, Miss Leslie Hereford, -1 00 Maintenance Stal Front Row, Left to Right: Mr. Walter Britton, Mrs. Mary J. Knell, Mr. Aaron Jellifl, Building Superintendent. Back Row: Mr. Cliflord Blanchard, Mr. Axel Guerney, Mr. Paul Watson. fx 'X xx 4 Mrs. Jean Norton Secreiary Mrs. Barbara Rauch, Secretary Miss Marion Corey n 4 :A- ii O 41 Mr. Kenney and Cindy Mr- 57- Claif .1 -M ,My we .fir 5? XJ " WL .fm 56 f 1 w -F N, ,H if y If . J ,Q Mr. Halle!! if f "1 Miss Tribble M,-5. Mr. Coluninno Knell "Q v.- K Mr. Howard Miss Hereford I2 v ,....,.- -viv- Mr. Lune and Mr. Miss Murphy I . li.-sniff-" F' I Mr. Kepes l . --on :V 'ivan .as X Q A. 'CHN -nl Mr. Lihlefield Mr. Sfree?er ond Bob Mr. Bergman ON BEING SENIORS WE WERE RLANTED HERE AND WE ARE GROWING EVEN AS WE BRANCH OUT INTO NEW CIRCLES OF LIVING OUR ROOTS WILL STILL BE HERE WE HAVE BEHIND US THE COMMON INTERTWINING OF EXPERIENCE OF LAUGHTER SHARED FACES KNOWN AS WE BEGINNING THOUGHTS TOUCH AND FORM AN INDELIBLE BACKGROUND EACH OF US REACHES FOR THE SKY BUT IT IS HARD TO LEAVE BEHIND THE SONGS WE HAVE SUNG THE TOUCHDOWNS WE HAVE CHEERED, AND THE FIRST EXCITEMENT OF A NEWLY FOUND IDEA MOVE TOWARD AN END, AND TOWARD A 0' 0 npcmo Woo VV Ilf!7l nn .-, plwz' f' , : A A In-L Us ref-5, wlong all f 1 li -, ', L' , SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS STEPHEN SCOTT There rs honesty manhood and friendship an hum Uransferred from Cape Eluabeth Hugh School Cape Elizabeth Marne Septem ber 19571 Natuonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Harvard Book Award 3 Sensor Dance Commlttee Jumor Play CStage Crewl Conversational French Club 4 Choraleers 4 Baseball IVarsltyJ 3 4 Basketball IVGYSITYJ 3 4 Student Councll Representatlve 4 Pres: dent of Senior Class Taters Damples Heh heh heh heh Boundnng rebounder Mlstah Presldent Ayeah DEANN ELLISON So much one can do that does both act and know iTransferred from West Hartford Con nectlcut January 19581 National Honor Society 3 4 Daughters of the American Revolution Award 4 Natnonal Honor Soclety Secretary 4 Vlce Presldent ol Sensor Class Perannos QBUSIDESS Staffj 4 Yearbook Club 3 Jun lor Play Y Youth Council 3 4 Gund ance Ollice 4 Junlor Play CRed Queen Business COMMITTEE, Concession Com rmttee 4 Your attentnon please' .lo y Green Giant Boy lm hungry That s nlce Hello Joe DAVID EMMERICH What fools these mortals be Amerlcan Chemlcal Society Award 3 Scholastic Wrxtmg Award fHonorable Mentlonj 2 Honor Soclety 3 QVlce Pres: dentj 4 Class Treasurer 3 4 Choraleers 2 3 4 Perannos Chterary Edltorl 4 Track Warsutyj 2 3 4 Chess Club 3 Yearbook Club 4 Junlor Play lGoatl Junlor Dance Commuttee Junior Prom Commvttee Ways and Means Committee 3 Executlve Commvttee 3 4 Dave . . . Wellll . . . I love every- body . . . That quiet laugh . . . There s a little problem of dues. BARBARA I.UST A good example IS the best sermon Natuonal Honor Society 3 4 Courant 2 lFeature Edntorj 3 4 Perannos fluteraryj 4 Intramurals3 4 Tenms3 French Club 3 4 Senior Play lPubIlclty Reading Sceneryl Class Executnve Committee 3 Class Secretary 4 News Bureau lChalr manj 4 Barbue Oh stop ut little Sun beam' Speed demon In a Volks Anythmg but turmps Smlley An agreeable companion on a pourney CARLETON ALSOP "He was a very perfect, gentle knight." Choraleers 2, 3, fPresidenti 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, Music Appreciation Club 3, Thespian Club 3, 45 Junior Play lWhite Knight, Reading Committeejp Senior Play Uudge, Reading Committeel. Le galant . . . "Well, hello" . . . Boston Blackie . . . Lady-killer . . . That iacket! JANE BAKER The quiet mind is richer than a crown Scholastic Writing Award lllonorable Mentlonj 2 Scholastic Art Awards lFlVe Honorable Mentions! 2 3 Choraleers lSecretaryJ 3 Art Club lPresldentJ 3 Choraleers 3 4 Girls Glee Club 3 Courant 3 4 Perannos lPhotography Editorj 4 Basketball fJUYtlGl Varsityj 3 Hockey CVarsityi3 4 lntramurals2 3 4 Junior Prom Committee Junior Play fReadmg Committee Scenery Tickets Choreogruphyj Senior Play llleadmg Committee Sceneryb coon coat You re kidding' la denseuse l WILLIAM BEDFORD Those eyes that plucked the heart fTransterred from Gameil Bradford Wel lesley Massachusetts September l956i Choraleers 3 4 Baseball Uunlor VGYSITYJ 3 Soccer 4 Rilie Club fVice Presldenti 3 Ceramics Club 4 Senior Play CPropsJ Bi So whos on concessions? Eyes of blue Charming Billy Mule skinner Skilled on skis N VINCENT ANDRONACO e mind is like a full race engine malfunctioning unless open Track 4 Rifle Club 3 lPresadentJ 4 Vinny Hot Rod Magazine Ford Easy smile Strictly a loner HENRY ANDRONACO Whatever rightly done however humble is noble Football CVarsltyJ 4 Track Narslty Man agerj Intramurals 2 Sports Club 3 Hank Hey Vinnie walt tor me' The best occupation is recreation Baseball fan So lm azy is as good as a carriage Girls Glee Club 2 fTreasurerJ 3 Chor aleers 2 3 lllbrarianj 4 Photography Club 3 Music Appreciation Club 3 Cera mics Club 4 Assembly Committee 3 4 Pins Committee 3 Junior Play lCard Chairman of Costumesj Senior Play lChanrman of Costumes? Talent Show Committee 3 4 Finnigan Well it s like this Swedish sweaters Peptone o Peg is not my sister' Kanap ' H - - If . I . I i 7 - H 1, 1, - - - if . . . , , . 1, - - - H ...",'l ." "Th ' ' ' ' , . . H : ' , ' - ll ' ll ' l32 H - - - - H . I . . , : 1 : - F I . , f , , : 1 ' : . I , . : : 1 , , 2 . I . "That's attractive" l.'artiste Ra- ,, , . . ,, ANN BECKMAN . . . . . . . H , , il ' R ' ' " . , . Q , , - 1 , , 2 1 2 - ll 'll ' F ' I I . ' ' 1 ' , , - . . . , , . , - - , , I.: . . l ' ' 2 I - 2 ' H- - U H -I - -1, ' ' ' . . . . . . "N s H .Hn ' ' ' H 1 - .H , , ,I H I tv' 'Hua LUCILLE BERTINI And her ways are ways of gentleness French Club 3 Dues Commnttee 3 Junlor Play 1RefreshmentsJ Sensor Play lRe lreshmentsl Graduatlon Committee You never can tell Lunch tame I Matzos time Large charge I hate longhalr musnc' Too much ROSEMARIE BRAUN A soft answer turneth away wrath 1-ss. Nur DANIEL BOYKO Slow but steady wins the race Choraleers 2 3 4 Chess Club 3 Brldge Club 4 Junuor Play Sensor Play Con cesslons Committee 3 4 Dan Cool calm and rx spades? Flash "Is there a check e Uransferred from Coleguo Masncall Braun La Paz Bolavla 19571 Girls Glee Club 4 Basketball IVGYSIIYI 3 4 Hockey Warsutyj 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Ar' Club 3 Junlor Play fSceneryJ Sensor Play lSceneryl ROSIC Gesundhelt Sweetness and light Oh dear' Isn t that nlce' No me dlgasl MICHAEL BUCKLEY And he strides among the treetops and rs taller than the trees Basketball Uumor Varsntyj 3 Pruntlng Clu 34 Hello bag boy wnth short gnrs9 fine dont ask" Barry Who s wound out Ford? Whats wrong The weather s qp-'IV X ,J I ts, I 'll W5 tr-'W' DAVID BICKFORD Stately and tall he moved through the halls Choraleersl 2 3 Basketball Manager I Concession Stand 4 Senior Play fTuck etsl 4 Sensor Dance Commlttee Sensor Play CSceneryJ Audio Visual 3 .lunlor Dance Committee 3 Dave Ford s man Hey dere Sapphure Where s Shorty? By has moods he shall be known 1.5 1 ANDREW BRIGGS I am better than those who are trymg to reform me Perannos Cluterary Staftj 4 Senior Play CDoctor RIIIJ Thesplan Club 4 Photog raphy Club 3 What do you thunk of my machine? Weeelll Would I kld yo Oh yeah? Of course Im trymg to persuade you , Z' ll Il 1 : I . 1 . N ll ll Il ' ' ' ll ll ll ll ' ' ll Il ll 1, H , , : I J 1 ' : : ,-. I . . I . i , , ' ll Il I ll 5 - H H I 1, If - H , , I 1 I I F ' , . H H H - . . . , , - . . . S H 1, H I .H today? . . . Toe bones connected to 1 th - " Q ' , , , - - , . - 1 , : , J , J - 1 : H - H H - ,I , - ,I H H 1 - H ff - H H ' ll : l I ' I I ' H - . H H - 11 If H - U-,H ' fl 4 ll ll ll I n u u v ' ll I . b , . H H H I H . - H 1 35, .ff ' ' I ll II I I I I I' , - , , 1 'E MARGO CHANCE Never do more than you must but talkmg IS an exceptlon Gnrls Glee Club 4 Llbrory Club 3 Bas ketball LVQYSITYJ 3 Softball lVarsrtyJ 3 Intramurals 3 4 Jumor Play fPrograms Usherb Anybody gonng uptown? Good show' MG 2 A musketeer Do your French'7 BURTON CLARK The attempt not the deed confound: me Choraleers 2 3 4 Track 3 Aeronautics Club 3 Dld you really bulld that cabin? My car ll be ready next week boys Cuba libre' lrresnstlble smlle Troubles Troubles Troubles LUCILLE BUMP Orses and dorgs rs some men s fancy lTransferred from Shady Hull School Cambridge Massachusetts September 19565 Glrls Glee Club 3 4 Basketball fVar sntyj 3 4 Hockey Warsutyl 3 4 Intra murals 3 4 Concessions 4 Junlor Play lliefreshmentsl Senior Play CCostumesJ Lucy Good old Model A Come on Baby start' Get a horse? Got a horse' Fancy t at' qm-Q MARY JANE CASLER ALAN BUTLER I have more understandmg than all of my teachers fTransferred from Amerscan School In the Phllllplnes September 19571 Notnonal Honor Society 3 4 Advanced Science Course at Columbla Unlversrty 4 Soccer lVarsltyl 4 International Travel Club 3 Greek Class 4 Sensor Play lStu dent Dnrectorl Those flop remarks I m tlred of belng precoclous We In the Phllln pmes Accordung to Confucnus I belleve only ln myself and ence For who can see and then forget the glones of thas gay brunette' CTransterred from Rumson Hugh School Rumson New Jersey December T957 J Intramurals 3 4 Junlor Play QRetresh rnentsl Convertuble Coupe Anyone staylng home tomorrow? ' Any mdllv Those eyes' Wheres Harry? X PAMELA CHATTERTON Creative art demands a creatave mind and heart Scholastic Art Award lGold Keyl 3 Choraleers 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club 2 Courant 3 4 Photography Club 3 4 Ceramics Club 3 4 Junlor Play fScen eryj Semor Play CMaud Reading Com mittee Sceneryj Pam lngenue Thats charm In Portraxts a la Pam La dan seuse 112 111 - 1 11 1 Q ' 1 1 1 11 ' ' 1 , 1 1 1 I 1 I ' 1 I I 5 . 11 11 11 11 11 , , . . . . II ll h ll 11 - 11 1 1 - 1 I I I I I ' - 11 1 - - A' . H yy n 1 I . . . ll, - - -11 11 - - -11 ,, . . . . . . scl- 11 Q' ' 11 . . ,, 1 1 1 1 - . ' 1 I 1 1 11 . ,, . 1 . . . - - ' ll 11 1 - 11 G . , . . Q . . ' 11 1 11 , I - l Y I I 1 I 1 11 - 11 11 " if 11 11 ,, . . . 11 I . ' ' . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I ' 11 . - - I I I I ' 11 - . , . . . - 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . - . g,, . 11 1 11 , . . . 1 1 . . . K DAVID CORT Tls no mean accomplishment to llve ln harmony wlth all thy neighbors International Travel Club 3 .lumor Play lFnsh Footmanj Sensor Play lBarberJ Dave Go cart enthuslast r that crazy Porsche' Why do these things happen to me? The harmon nous smlle PAUL DAUK This IS no time for me to mind nlcetles and spellmg of words I have other fish to fry ROBYN CORNWELI. lt matters not what you are thought but what you are Modern Dance Club 4 Thespnan Club 3 Junior Play CRefreshmentsD Model dresser Sllent Beauty be dllterent IS to be Shoes to set my feet a dancing Thesplan secretary 1-1 4 JOHN CORR I do well In what comes naturally Baseball fVarsltyJ 2 Basketball fVarsltyJ 2 3 Track lVarsltyJ 2 Deacon Rldge runner around athlete Fore' e knuckle Natlonal Athletlc Scholarshlp Society 3 State Champs Basketball 2 3 Student Councsl 2 3 lVnce Presldentj Baseball Warsltyj 2 3 4 Basketball Narsltyl 2 3 4 Football lVarsltyl 2 3 4 Sports Club 3 Dance Committee 2 3 4 Junior Play lStage Crewj Sensor Play Uacketsj Sllky Ram Bug number 21 Home home on the range Y, of 9" RW l wpg g Y it 1-f?'3fi'f 4 'iff' 'sf ,Mfr 7' 'lfiff "J, ' ' GRAHAM CORR Luke to ps git out and rest and not work at nothm else Foul Shooting 3 Basketball 2 lVarslty 3 41 Thesplan Club 3 Grammy Lnbby s l Cowboy Schkang Fore' He broke record again' ANDREA COUSINS Ant! Do not thus Insult the divine height Natuonal Honor Society 3 4 RGCICIIHB Award 3 Choraleers 3 4 Glee Club 2 Student Councul 2 3 4 Courant 2 Perannos lEdntorJ 4 Spectator 2 lntra murals 2 3 Hockey Narsltyj 2 Softball CVarsltyJ 2 Tennus 3 French Club 2 lPresldentJ 3 Greek Class 3 Junlor Play lCat Mousel American Fueld Servlce Student lPokustanJ Andy Oh yes yes yes e nucleus Pigeon Really? World Traveler 11' X - f A' 3 av , 1 x 1 2 3 3 ff L ' x Il f 'Q I 5 ' 1.1'5?'1u ,, . - fc mf f ,4i1,' 1 r ,- - ...'To . . - 5 3 I 2' YZ , " . . . 1' 'J 1i'L.11.3 ,gfg ' 9 ,' , ,V .z I-'Zi 1 K MV 1 - , -1: ' , 111. f- 4'1- i , V 1: ?: I or A ,, . .. , . 1 - 1 11 1 1 1 1 - 11 11 - 1 it 11 11 his , . VL ,,. Y 's , . W.. RV- 1 1' f 11 1 aw" , ' ' , Q Q1g,x,11 1 1-...v , cm Q A for , V 'ff' V M Mig' fc V 2 -1-' 12.1, , ' '2V5.fs, JIM- 1 XIV? My, rag? . 6 1 3- - . 2- V ' " . , .ts . 11 - 11 I . 1 1 . 11 11 - All 1 II ll HTh 11 111 - . . . . . ,, 1 1 . 11 11 - . D.g 11 ' Il V' Vx' .. . ,, , ' 1 1 1 1 . -f . 'H 8 1 1 1 1 ' y 1 1 - 1 Vg 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 - 1 , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 V ' . 5 ' ' 7 l M 1 - - " 1 1 1 " Th 5 ' I . ' 1, . K I - . ' 11 .rr 11 - 11 11 11 11 - 11 1 V 11 11 . . . , . . . ful' GEORGE DAVIDSON "He that hath a beard is more than a youth." Uransterred from St Georges School Newport Rhode Island September l957l Football fJUl'1ICl' Varsatyl 3 fVarsntyj 4 Tennls CVarsntyJ 3 4 Chess Club 3 Sen lor Play CSherlffl G O Dance Committee 4 Sensor Prom Commuttee He could have won the world tltle In wrestlung Get down from that tree' How many tathoms deep am I an love? Pete Women reduce us all to a common denominator 0- Y LAWRENCE De MOTT ASQ PETER DEANE The ,oy of youthful sports IS mme fTransferred from Saint Francls Prepara tory School Sprung Grove Pennsylvania September 19571 National Athletic Scholarship Society 3 Choraleers tTreasurerJ 4 Baseball lVar sity? 3 Football lVarsltyJ 3 4 Track ecutlve Committee 4 Junlor Dance Chair Choraleers 2 Cross Country 4 Chess Club 3 4 Junior Play fHumpty Dumptyj Senior Play Clleverendt Larry The lconoclast Answer me this Charlie Cool A certain will mgness to argue on both sldes Good grief wheres the finish lme? PETER DIXON Who can tlnd a vrrtuous woman? man Jumor Play Commnttee Jumor Prom Commuttee Sensor Play Committee Uncle Pete Taste Good? Varsnty Tiger Smoke Gets ln Your Eyes l II tight anyone onthe black C' ITransterred from Choate School Wall mgford Connectlcut November 19571 Hockey fVorsntyl 4 Soccer Warsntyj 3 Sensor Play CTechnncal Crewl Ridge runner Oh boy What s thls'7 What s thus? l need a screw driver Fralllty thy name IS woman buy SANDRA DAVIS She was a phantom of delight Nursing Club 3 Sensor Play QUsherI Sandy And then some Seen Judy? Glrls room folly Chuck got your car today? fl-sl 4? MICHAEL Des TOMBE The dim avr ot mystery adds to enchantment fTransferred from Instntut Montana Zug Swntzerland September 1958 I Perannos tlayoutl 4 Greek Class 4 Teddy Scawtch and wahtah I want a European haircut Fasclnatmg I can tell them apart , 1 V , , , . . I . I ' ' , : 2 - 5 . i ' l , . - ,I H H - , H H H H - H u ' H . . I . ' H H ff If 1, ff - I H 1, . 'pry Q ll - . ' ll ' 'fl - - J I' 3 1 . I . I V I T ll 1 - ' A f i x , . 7. gy? F ' f Y te? 1 I 1 'iydgga It's for purely intellectual reasons." lV0fSl?Yl 3, 4: SPOYYS Club 2, 3, 4: EX- TV , . 2 - lt 1 1 f . - . . ' ' ' Il ll ll ll All H H H . . . . . . . L v - 11 - ' - ' ' . . . I ' I Il I ll ly n i I J u 1- ll H . I I , , - I . 1, H H 1, ,, - ,, H - H - - ,, H 2 ' : . ,, ., ,, , - 1 - H ff I ' . ,, .. . KELVIN DRAKE Make yourself an honest mon and you can be sure there IS one less rascal an the world lTransferred from Morrison High School Glace Bay Nova Scotia September i958 I Klevm Fisherman Where does an allen go to register? Back home Where s my Times? Scholastic Art Award lHonorable Men 60 4,4-l JOAN Du MARS The lady s sm1le was coy l must conless fTransferred from Haverford Junior Hugh Y P tember 19561 Courant 3 Perannas 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Tenms3 4 Hockey2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Creative Wntmg Club 3 Greek Class 4 .lunuar Play Senior Play CMake u om Well ITS true though' H w marvelous Are you ser: ous? Bu Sur I dldn t even see that tree' DAVE ELDERS A lrttle nonsense now and then rs relnshed by the wisest man National Athletic Scholarship Society 2 3 4 Hartford Courant Wrltlng Contest 3 Natuonal Council of Teachers at Eng lush Scholarship Nomination 3 Choral eers 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 Student Councll 4 Baseball lVarsltyJ 3 4 Bas ketball Clntramuralsj 3 Football lVar sltyJ3 4 Hockey fVarsltyj2 3 4 Audio Visual Club 3 .lunlor Play CDoormausej Executive Committee 3 4 Ways and Means Commnttee 2 3 4 Dance Com mittee lSophomore Dance Junior Prom Sensor Proml Howdy Hey Snowbunny Fast man with a puck Grlnnlng Ram we F SUSAN DYKES Her heart hath room for every goy and every boy Uransferred from Northfield School for Girls Northfield Massachusetts Septem ber 19581 Choraleers 4 Glee Club lTreasurerJ 4 Courant 4 Intramurals 4 uz Love that laugh Skip along Bubbles Hey there CUTIE Our little magnet ,Rl ii-7 ff" M JAMES DUDLEY Silence when nothrng need be sand I5 the eloquence of discretion Uransferred from Garfield Hugh School Terre Haute lndlana September 19571 National Honor Society 3 4 Band 3 4 Dance Band 4 Soccer 3 Cross Country 4 Senior Play fProgram Commltteej What' Little Volks Homegrown Hoosier The drawl Uh h h FREDERICK EAGER A paradox a paradox a most mgemous paradox tuonl 2 3 National Honor Society 3 4 Art Service Club 2 3 4 Chess Club 3 Spectator 4 Perannos 4 National Coun cll of Teachers of English Scholarship Nomlnatlon 3 Junior Play flleadnng Com mittee Set Designing March Harej American Field Service Student CDen markj 4 Fritz Thats for sure Hey Guy Dall 2 Something IS rotten Lute us a serles of wasted candle stubs , 11 Q L - 11 ., V . 1 3' 1 V Q ' I I I I w, 11 - 11 - 11 1 I Q, - - 11 11 ff -11 11 1 - 11 ' A , 1 ., 1, 1 1 1 ,, . . . 1 1 . . . ,, 1 1 1 1 - t 1 I 1 I ff' 1, 1 1 I 1 11 11 - - 11 - - 11 11 - 1 - - ,1 1 11 I I I - , . 11 1 - 1 1 1 11 7 . IIS ll ' 11 11 11 School, Habertown, Penns lvama, Se - I II' ' ' I ' ' ' ' , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 7 1 1 - 11 -11 11 1 1 11 J , , 11 11 11 - l o ! . . . - I I w 11 11 i - 11 11 - 1 N ". 11 , 11 11 - , , I II 21 V . . ,, I . I Fl . a u . - ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . ' ' , 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . - - I I . 1 . . , 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 1 ' 1 n 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . . - 11 1 11 11 I I . . . . . . . 11 - 41. . . I , ,, . . . I I . . . , 11 11 11 11 11 lg i JOAN FLECK Implied your wrong by her rrght Clransferred from Rye Hugh School Rye New York December 19561 Gurls Glee Club 4 Courant 4 Perannos lBusmess Stattl 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Hockey 3 4 Softball 3 4 Tennus 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Concesslons 3 Y Youth Councul 3 4 Junuor Play lMoke p Programsl Senuor Play Clowns woman Prompterl Ofhce Assustant 2 3 4 Lubraruan 3 Flecky My eyes look pale Hey Mother Insk Hey Megret Suwac We re goung to wun thus one' THOMAS EVANS He stooped to conquer lTransferred from Magar Pork Hugh School Chucago Illunous July 19581 Bowlung Team lCaptaun14 Raduo Club 4 Choraleers 4 Tom You ham type person you Rockung Robun I almost dropped my teeth Hu gang W A H JOHN FULLER He buulds hrs future un the sky Aeronoutucs Club 3 4 Rocky Sublume Snow Hugh way 101 Lughtung expert Meehan ucal tropusm in- 'L' JOSEPH FASANO JR Full well they laughed at all hrs lokes for many a yoke had he Football lVarsuty 2 3 Varsuty Captaun 41 Track CVarsutyl 2 3 4 Thespuan Club Chunk Who me go steady a dume lm hungry' Ram 'Fx CATHERINE FANNON Hang sorrowl Care ll lull a cat All State Chorus 4 Choraleers 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 lPresudent1 4 Pmg pong 2 3 Junuor Play lWhute Queenl Musuc Apprecuatuon Club 3 Ceramucs Club 4 Greek Class 3 4 Assembly Commuttee Peggy Sunny sude up Peptone Peggy can durect for us Nauly Blower off QQ., WILLIAM FORD The social friendly honest man lTransferred from Bay Hugh School Bay Vulloge Ohuo September 19571 Choraleers 3 lPresudentJ 4 Basketball lVClf5lfYl 3 4 Football lVGfSlfYl 3 4 All State Chorus 4 Aeronautucs Club 3 Bu Scarlet Rubbons I dont have anythung else to do Varsuty minded Gu tar ll ll I ' I I I ' I 2 11 u 11 ' fl Il ' ' ll II 11 11 - 11 . . . 1 . . . 11 11 ,, 1 1 11 - J 1 1 1 1 I ' , 1 I 7 , , I , ' 1 I 3, 4. I' ll ll ' Q - 11 - V , Il Z . , ' ' ll ' ' I - 11 1 1 ' ' : 1 1 : ' ' 11 1 11 11 -,11 . . - 11 1 "She never found fault wuth you, never F"91""9IIa ' ' - Come on' bUddYf Wllcli L ' ' ' " . , I .H . . . . . , , .. 1 1 - - ' Q . , . I I .B . 1 I 1 1 - 1 7 1 : 1 J . - , 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 - U 1 I ' , 1 1 1 1 I . 11 11 11 11 n 11 n n I I , . . . ' u 1 - - Y . . . . . . W Q H , , H - 11 . , , . Q' - , . 1 1 1 1 - 1 : 1 1 1 : ' I . 11 -Hu . ,, , . ,, . H I t r H . . . - . , . 11 11 11 - 11 - h 17" RICHARD GILBERT He who llves without tobacco IS not worthy to hve Intramurals 3 4 Sports Club 3 Aero nautucs Club 4 Duck Only scored ten this morn In Let s hang one on Who s got a card? Rlck ochet lover STEPHEN GRAVEREAUX tlmes fTransferred from South Kent School South Kent Connecticut September 1957 J Hockey 3 4 Tennis Warsltyj 3 Cross Country 4 Chess Club 3 Senior Play lhghtmgl Steve Up at South Kent Hot Moped Hatter VW Hockey man iv' KATHLEEN GISINGER He that mcreaseth knowledge lnCfeUSeTh Soffow Transferred from Homer Hugh School Homer New York September 19561 Courant 2 lExchange Edltorj 3 4 Library Club 2 3 4 Photography Club 3 De Play lBus1nessJ Kathy Jungle tangle bracelets Hopalong Kathndy Social studler 0 Norwalk friends PAULA HAIGHT Earth s noblest thmg a woman perfected Gorls Glee Club 2 Perannos lArt Edltort 4 Basketball 2 3 Hockey lVarsltyj2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 French Club 3 Yearbook Club 4 Jumor Play lAIlcel Sensor Play lSceneryJ Jumor Prom Chair man Ways and Means Committee 3 Allce Dldn t open a book' ' Cosmopolltan Black tights and a kllt Deslgnlng woman ME, GU' Qc CECELIA GILMORE In quietness and In confidence shall be your strength Choraleers I 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Basketball 3 Hockey 3 Intramurals 'I 2 3 Muslc Appreclatlon Club 2 Jumor Play lCostume Committee? Choraleers Chnstmas Concert lArt Commutteet 3 Sensor Play lUsherJ Cece Basketball star We gee whiz' Wllky s Hne Cecil the sea suck sea serpent lik PETER GRUBER The supenar man as he who develops ln harmonious proportions his moral Intellectual and physical nature Honor Society 3 lPresldentJ 4 Perannos 4 Soccer 3 4 Tennls 3 Intramurals 3 Internatnonal Travel Club lPresldentJ 3 Dues Committee 3 Jumor Play lStage Handl Sensor Play lStage Handj Pete The orlgmal hearty soul I thunk I can prove It Oh silent one f U , , I - - u ' V I 1 1 1 - I I ll ' ll ll ' ' - 11 11 1 11 g . . . . . . 11 1 11 - I ,, . . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q , I " "... ...' Il, I, ' Il ll ' I ll ' I - . 11 - - 11 l ' 1 1 1 1 - . I I . 1 1 1 1 - 6 "Wise men say nothing in dangerous boting Club 45 Concessions 45 Senior - n ' . 0 11 11 - '- I , ' . . . . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 A . . . ,,-,Wy ' - if 1 1' 1 4 ,, 4 N 11 X T 1 , 11 - - 1 1 ' ' 11 1 . 11 1 - - ' 1 ' 1 If V 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . , I . 1 1 ' . ' , .f 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ,, ,, . . I 1 I t 1 ,, . . ,, . ' i . . . . , 1 ' 1 ' - 11 - 1 1 NANCY HARRY Theres nothing so lungly as kindness And nothing so royal as truth ' Choroleers 3 4 Glee Club 2 Perannos 4 Intramurals2 3 4 Photography Club 3 Junior Play fBusmess Prompterl Sen lor Play lProgramsJ Social Committee 3 Oh dear' Altrulst Want a chocolate ant? Little blue car Doucement Hey Harryl MARIE JILL HOOPER 1n , xv ROBERT RMAN Never let school interfere with your education Choraleers 2 3 4 Tr k 2 3 nt murals 2 3 4 Rltle Club lTreasurer5 o Check the petrol please Who sand it stunts your growth Wheres my old running buddy Dave? Athlete? Well I lump Sugar and spice and everything nice. lTransferred from Dargaville High School Dargaville New Zealand Au- gust 1958.3 Hockey fVarsity Captainj 4- Basketball Uunior Varsityl 47 International Travel Club 4. "There are no kangaroos in New Zea- land!" . . . "What funny accents you all have!" . . . "But l've never seen a bas- ketball" . . . The hockey Hooper . . . "That's beauty!" DAVID HEERDT A larthful trfend is a strong defense Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Hockey 2 lVarsityJ 3 4 Tennis 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Senior Dance Committee Semor Play fBuslness COMMITTEE, Baccalaureate Committee 4 Dave Moodmaker with a cool sax Hey Etz' Puckster How do you lake the dance band? S -Q 'Ulf ERICA HARTMAN So ladies in romance assist their knight lTransferred from Great Neck High School Great Neck Long Island Octo ber 19551 Choraleers 2 Junior Play lUSl1EYl Senior Play lkeverend s Wltel Rica Bewitched bothered and bewuldered Oooh Mickey All those sweaters Native dancer Ot course my dear I dont gos sup but BARBARA HERZOG The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. Student Council lTreasurerJ 4- Choraleers 2' Intramurals 3- Thespian Club 3' Jun. ior Dance Committee- Junior Play lUsh- erl- Senior Play lUsherJ' Concessions Committee 4. Chickie . . . Want any plumbing fixed?" . . . "Yea dere pork chop" . . . Cook's . . . "Well, there, then, now!" ABIGAIL HOOPER Blot out correct Insert refine enlarge dlmmlsh mterllne lTranslerred from East Hugh School Den ver Colorado September 19571 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 lnternatlon al Travel Club lVlce Presldentl 3 Peran nos llayout Edllbfj 4 Glrls Glee Club 3 Spectator 3 Basketball 3 Hockey 4 Intramurals 3 4 Yearbook Club 4 Jun :or Play lCardJ Senuor Play lPropertues Reading COMMIHBBJ Greek Class 3 4 Ways and Means Commlttee 3 Gan Alter ego Up at the a e I got a letter" "I 's some where an my notes Look to the skyl JAMES HUMPHRIES Has glowmg cheeks hrs ardent eyes CTransferred from Murrah Hugh School Jackson Mlssusslppn September 19581 Football lVarsltyJ 4 Youll never walk alone Damn Yankee dnvers MISSISSIPPI Rebel Real gntty Deslgnmg man WILLIAM KELLER lt IS better to remain seated and appear foolish than to stand speak and remove all doubt Student Council 2 Baseball lVarsltyJ 2 3 4 Hockey lVGYSIfY12 3 4 Football lVarsltyJ 2 3 4 Aeronautlcs Club 3 4 Hn Y Comm1ttee3 4 Dance Commlttee Bl Humma humma hummo Henry the Rooster Got the law on my snde Lump em Louie Our clean cut American boy' VIRGINIA HOOPER to guide his steps afford your lundest ard and gently pnty whom you can t persuade Uransferred from East Hugh School Den ver Colorado September 1957 1 National Honor Society 3 4 lnterna tional Travel Club lSecretaryJ 3 Peran nos llayout Edltorl 4 Girls Glee Club 3 Basketball 3 Hockey 4 Intramurals 3 4 Greek Class 3 4 Yearbook Club 4 Junior Play lCardJ Senlor Play lProper tles Co Chalrmanj Pun Committee 3 Ginny Dld we learn that? Two heads are better than one e can do anythlng better than you can sometlmes Question! ROBIN HUMPHREY Thou who art movmg everywhere lTransferred from Bellalre Hugh Houston Texas September 19581 Soccer 4 No Ile? ls at ever' Back an Spam That s choice Globe trotter l ELAINE JOHNSTON I want what I want when I want lt Choraleers 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 QSecretaryJ 3 Intramurals 2 3 4 Pho tography Club 3 Nursing Club 4 Music Apprecuatnon 3 Choroleer Llbranan 4 Jumor Play lQueen of Heartsj Ways and Means Commlttee 3 Sensor Flay lMake upl Talent Show2 3 Assembly2 3 Lalney Kanap No we re not twms Peptone Headung lor Westport? Those Saturday nnght parties' 11 - . I I I I , ' 1 1 1 - - - A . ,g 4 1 I l X 1 1 1 - . I , . , , I , 5 . 1 . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 A 1 1 1 ' 11 .I11 I k . . . " . . . t - ' ll 1 1 11 I . 1 1 1 - , gl ' 1 1 - . , . , . . I . , 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 - 1 . I ll ' Il ll ' ll F ' "w ' ll ll ' ll 11 - 11 V a a X 1 1 1 01,- 1 1 - ll ' ll ll ' ll Il ' - 11 11 1 - 11 11 - - . 11 . , . I 6 I l I ' ' 11 1 11 ,, . ,, . . . . ll ' ll , . . ' I 1 1 1 1 11 - - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 . . . . H I 7 . . 1 I I ' . ' 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 1 1 - ' ' ' ' ' ll ' ll ll ll ll I - 11 11 - , - . . . . . . , 3 4 ' ' ' ll Il ll Il ' ' I ll ll -H 11 11 ' ' ' ' . . . . . . - - 11 II ' , . . . - 11 11 1 - 11 C3 .29 BRENDA LAHEY Heads I wm tarls you lose ITransterred from Sarnt Mary s Hugh School Greenwlch Connecticut Septem ber 19575 Intramurals 3 4 Nursing Club 3 Talent Show 3 Oh no' Nat thus agaln' Let s g Yes at s natural Oh Geez Does any one have any gum7 JACQUES LEBEL Lytle byrdes swetely dyd xrng Choroleers 2 3 4 All State Chorus 3 4 Band 2 lTreasurerJ 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Intramurals 3 Aeranautncs Club 3 Jack Aw come on Mrs Halton Yogi Flonnelmouth The Voece Ham hacks ROSE KELLY She was laughter and abrlrty and a srgh Choraleers 2 4 Glee Club 3 Courant 2 3 CSports Edrtorj 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Tennis 2 3 Basketball lVarsltyJ 2 3 Hockey CVarsltyl 2 3 4 Softball lVar sltyj 2 3 Greek Class2 3 Thespnan Club 3 Junlor Dance Committee Senior Play lPublucrty Props Busnnessj nskl OK Klddo' Push Posh Wow A sporting lournallst WNLK N WILLIAM KIRBY I can resist anythmg but temptatron xTransferred from Stormklng Hugh School Stormkmg New York January 19581 Talent Shaw 4 Sensor Play lPublmtyt Senior Prom Committee Bull Tucky He undertook a lot And l get S6 a head If I get my mothers car Who are all those gurls over there? sl MARGARET KILLINGSWORTH Act well your part there all the honor lres Honor Socnety 3 lTreasurerJ 4 Courant 2 lAsslstant Edllfbfl 3 lEdltor 49 Specta tor 2 Intramurals 2 French Club lVlce Presrdentl 3 Honors Library CBoard of DI rectorsj 4 G O Tlcket Commrttee 2 Jun lor Play lReadmg and Busrness Managerl Kay Am I red? These darn socks never stay up' All rrght Courant staft createl Organization hampers progress 13 6' DEANE LAWRENCE It IS better to create than to be learned creating rs the true essence ol lrle Scholashc Art Awards 3 4 Sensor Play lArt Drrectorl Perannos lArt Edltorj 4 Band 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Football lVar sltyj 2 3 Track QVarsrtyj 2 3 Hockey 2 The creator Hrs eyes how they twln kle Panntrng by candlelight have to be nn the mood It huts you alter a whule Yes he s comsng home thss weekend su., JANE McANUlTY A bee ss ever as busy as st seems Uransferred from Grosse Ile Hsgh School Grosse Ile Mschsgan September 1957 D Natsonal Honor Socsety 4 Gsrls Glee Club 3 Perannos CBussness Managerb 4 Hockey 3 Intramurals 3 4 Creatsve Wrstsng Club 3 Yearbook Club 4 Sensor Play Commsttee Junsor Play fBussness Managerb Sensor Play fPrompterl Teen Councsl 3 Greek Class 3 4 LORA LEIGH Constant you are and yet a woman Courant 4 Perannos flayoutj 4 Hockey CVarssty74 Intramurals 2 3 4 Debatsng Club fSecretaryJ 3 Ceramscs Club 4 Jun sor Play Uweedledeeb Sensor Play lTsc ketsl Junsor Prom Ckefreshmentsl Sensor Dance lChasrmanJ Rsng Commsttee 3 Psn Commsttee 4 Chuckles Gold sweater gsrl a of Paul and Paula Tweedledee To tell you the truth ELIZABETH LUCKHURST She looks on lnte wsth quset eyes Choraleers 2 Perannos 4 Intramurals 3 4 Nurssng Club 3 World Travel Club 4 Lsbrary Club 4 Concesssons Commsttee 4 Junsor Play fCostume Cammstteeb Sen sor Play fPostersJ z Certasnly I got he car Geeze Lausse So I put hsm on the trasn and Guess what Im sn ove' lnsks Lske st? It s my ssster s WNLK l forgot my freckles JOHN MCBRIAN I have often thought that a story teller ss born Band 2 Choraleers 2 3 4 One man band Good grsef and abomsnatson Pspe dreams Ho man wsth a soldersng gun How can I get out of gym? HELEN lOCKWOOD Though st s work to reach the top keep a gosn fTransferred from Woodrow Wslson Hsgh School Washsngton D C September 1958 J Perannos 4 Basketball 4 Intramurals 4 Y Teen Councsl Sensor Play CBussness Managerl Gung ho' I can t say yet ve never done a term paper before Vsm and vsgor The warmth ot her smsle 3 KENNETH McARDLE Eat drsnk and be merry for tomorrow you may be broke fTransferred from The Gunnery Wash sngton Connectscut September l958l Choraleers 4 Sensor Play lBrophyJ Staff That s cool But Mr Reed' I am not a playboy' lm n a creatsve mood 4 11 11 . , . L 5 ' A 1 1 1 1 2 I ' 'Q I ' I F 1 1 11 11 11 - 1 1 1 - 111 , K 1 1 . -1 1 11 11 - . - - 1 . , 11 1 11 1 - . . . . , . . . l 11 ,, . . . ,, hw' x .gi , I I 1 I I I , F Q I . . 1 " - 5 H , , H 11Li11.,'11 - 11.,.11 ' 11 11 - 11 11 1 I - - -11 11 , ' I I I ' I ' I ll , , . - I - 1 ' ' 1 1 I I 1 I I I F I F 1 ' ' 11 1 - - '11 1' , . - 11 - - 1 - 1 11 11 11 11 - 1 1 K H l . 1 1 1 - , 1 . 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 111 - - 11 s . ' II I I 1 1 - 11 - . . ,, . , - - 11 11 VINCENT MUSILLI ADA MORENA Though she be little she be fierce Choraleers 2 Orchestra 2 Intramurals CHockevl 2 Thesplan Club 3 Junior Play CTlcket COMMITTEE, Senior Play fUsher mg Committeel You get me nervous My gos I Hey Nancy III meet you after school Chuckie where s Nettie? Shorthand whiz MARGARET MCMURRAY "How sweet and fair she seems to be." National Honor Society 45 French Club CSecretary-TreasurerJ31 Choraleers 2, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Courant 35 Perannos 45 Hockey 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Cooking Club 45 Greek Class 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Art Service Committee 35 Play Committee 3 4- Dance Committee 3. Megret . . . I am not sweet . . . Where s Greek tonight? , . . The tender trap . . . Bahstan culture . . . Hey blondie. bf 1l!""' sf MARIO MAZZOLA Man rs a noble animal Yearbook Club 3 Ford s man 42 Did you ever read this book7 Its the best book I ever read When I get my 55 Thunderbird You re crazy The only gift is a portion of thyself Dance Band 4 Choraleers 2 3 4 Cour ant 3 4 Football CVOYSITYJ 3 4 Intro muroIs3 4 Aeronautics CIub3 4 Ways and Means Committee 2 Concessions Committee 2 Executive Committee 3 Ground Observer Corps Concessions 2 3 Audio Visual Club CSecretaryJ 2 Amos Oh Beloneeel A Yogi The Hexer Night tram .51 6 157' 'FF' MARCIA MCREYNOLDS A lovely stripling brave and tall. Basketball CVarsltyl 3 Hockey Warsntyl 4 IntramuraIs2 3 4 International Trav el Club 3 4 Junior Dance Committee Junior Play lPromptlng Commltteel Sen lor Play fPromptlng Commltteel MG ifl Are we dissecting again today? I II honk you down Wheres the crew? Three Musketeers One of the fe- me MARIAN MORSE The gaft of galety may Itself be the greatest good fortune Glee Club 4 Basketball 3 Hockey 4 Softball 3 Tennis 3 Intramurals 2 3 4 Nursing 3 4 Junior Play fGentlemen In WI-nte Paper Costumesl Senior Play CProgram Committee Chalrmanl Mouse Dukesse There Is Nothing like A Dame Tawny angel Oh nurtz 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 I I M ,, . . . 11 11 1 11 A . S J' I rr ' ' ll 1 11 - I, ' 4+ . . . . 1 11 11 1 - -11 11 1 11 11 1 11 , . 1 1 1 1 5 . Il ll ll h ll 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 - 11 ,, . . . 11 . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' ' ' , ' 1 1 1 1 1 V 11 11 1 1 ' , A 11 11 1 . - . 11 11 11 11 L' 1, .K C P . . . U . . . . . 4 y. NV , , N .L 1 A . 115, A ' 1. il :1 . '1 6 'Ii' '-Qin 1 HOLLY NEWCOMB "A smile is ever the most beautiful and bright with a tear upon it." Uransferred from Katonah High School Katonah New York September 1955.9 National Honor Society 4' Courant 3- Perannos 4' Hockey 3 4' Intramurals 3, 4- Yearbook Club 3' Senior Play 4- Junior Play fProgramsJ Are you bragging or apologizing? How is ya? We broke up agann Don t go so fast What are we domg tonight? RICHARD PERRY He makes the trumpet speak School Band 2 CSecretaryJ 3 CVlce Pres Club 3 Orchestra 4 Baseball 3 Basket ball CManagerJ 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Music Club 2 3 Sports Club 3 Moodmakers 2 3 4 Bug Dance Band 4 Sensor Play QMUSIC Commltteel Duc Yogi Gabriel s competitor Im a perfect gentleman Thank Heaven For Lnttle Girls JOHN PICKERING There is no substitute for talent All State Band 4 National Athletic Scho larship Society 3 School Band 2 3 4 CVICB Presidentj 3 lPresldentJ 4 Chor aleers 4 Orchestra 2 3 Football LJUDIOI' Varsntyl 2 Warsltyl 3 4 Moodmakers fTromboneJ Junior Play lConductorl Puck Are you a Ram? Lltte Women The basest A grin and biceps 9? DN ur-"" LEWIS PAGLIALUNGO Whats In a name? Baseball fVarsltyJ 2 3 4 Football Var s 2 3 4 Paggy Huh huh hello Dld you hear the one about? Sweater boy Bya ba by MARJORIE OBERHEIM Women wear the breeches National Honor Society 4 Choraleers 2 4 Girls Glee Club 2 3 Courant 3 4 French Club 3 Cheerlng Club 3 4 Jun nor Play CPropertaes Commltteel Senior Play CPubllclty Managerl Jumor Ring Committee Basketball fVarsltyJ 2 3 4 Hockey LVCYSITYJ 3 4 Softball lVarsltyJ 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Cheerleading Mudge Sweater gurl Welded to Dartmouth Well what would you have sand? You say you re un coordinated?" ROBIN PHILLIPPI A good listener IS not only popular alter a while she learns something Scholastic Writing Award 3 Choraleers 2 3 4 Courant2 Creative Wrltlng Club 3 Art Service Committee 3 4 Junior Play CCostumesl Senior Play lCostumesJ Ca ling K'llJF calling KllJF Kleenex anyone" l disagree' Fancy that' Madame poster painter 1 1 1 N, 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 - - - 11 11 - 11 11 - 1, 11 1 11 11 - - 1, , ,1 1, 1 1 1 I I . - 1 1 1 1 1 2 , 2 - 2 i ,Q 2 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I ' 1 2 1 , 2 MM, 2, 31 4- 11 - 11 - 11 A ' ." . . . H ' - 1, 1 - 11 , 1 1 i ' HY? 1 , . 11 11 11 1, 11 - 11 11 l - 11 1, 11 I I - ' - 1 ld9hT, 45 Choraleers 2, 31 Boys Glee 2 2 2 - 1 1 i 1 ' 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 11 - ku - - 1 ' sg , Ill ll ' ,' I ' 'nb ' ' ' ll F 1 1 2 2 11 - - 11 1 5 ' ' I I ' . . ' . . L H I' ' ll I , , , 7 1 . . . . . , 11 1, 11 - 11 D ' ' . - A 11 11 I I I . . . . . . , 1 2 1 ' I 1 ll ' Il ' I T'? Sr CARLTON RAYMOND Like father like son a finger ln every ple National Athletic Scholarship Society 3 Princeton Award 3 Class Vlce President 2 Class President 3 Student Council 2 3 4 Choraleers 2 3 CVICB Presidentl 4 Baseball lVarsityJ 2 3 4 Basketball LVOYSITYJ 2 3 4 Football CVarsltyJ 2 3 4 Junior Play fStage Crewl Service Committee 2 3 Ways and Means Com mittee 2 3 Talent Show Commltt e 2 3 Assembly Committee CChaurmanl 3 4 Class Dance Committee 2 3 Student Council Dance Committee 2 3 4 Football-field general . . . Big man on campus . . . Family man . . . Skipper . . . Great Little Ram. HARRY RICKER The praise of Bacchus then the sweet musician sang. National Honor Society 3 4- Band 3 4- Dance Band 45 Junior Play CStage Mon- agerb, Senior Play fStage Manager, Reading Committeej, Prom Committee 4. Norm . . . Going downtown? Ivory tickler . . . Ayeah . . . Lets go North! JUDITH PICKERING Gentle of speech beneficrent of mind Student Council 2 Csecretaryt 4 Courant 2 Basketball LVGYSITYJ 3 4 Softball 3 Cheerleading 2 3 fCaptannJ 4 Intra murals 2 3 4 Junior Play CPrompter Chalrmanj Senior Play CPrompter Chair mont Junior Prom Committee Student Ways and Means Committee 2 Student Council Social Committee 4 Senior Dance Committee Hockey lVarsntyJ 3 4 Full of quiet tire Friend to all I have an idea Ill r e Musketeer 3 of' ENID RANKIN The light of science in her eyes Science Fair Award 2 3 Honor Society 3 4 Tennis Champion 3 Courant 3 Perannos 4 Basketball 4 Tennis 3 In tramuralsl 2 3 4 International Travel Club 3 4 Stationery Committee 3 Red Cross Representative 3 Junior Play fPrompterj Concessions 4 Enle Let s skip today' Hey Anne Dig those crazy ants crunchy arent they7'7 Medi gal I havent done my Latin DIANN RABE All grand thoughts come from the heart Uransterred from Natick High School Natick Massachusetts September 19565 Student Council 3 4 Courant 2 3 lAs slstant Edltorj 4 Junior Dance fChair man Decorattonsl Spectator 3 Hockey lVarsltyl 3 4 Intramurals 3 Senior Play fPubIlcntyJ Creative Writing Club 3 General Organization Ticket Committee CChalrmanJ 4 Student Council Const: tution Committee 3 Dee Dee I only said that to be funny Do you think he heard me? lnsky Founder I was with a blind date and he couldnt find the way out of the theater' ln JUDITH REINHOLT Thinking is but an idle waste of thought Courant 3- Intramurals 3- Nursing Club 3. Judy Yakety yak Think H we ll getlcaught? ... T aint likely ... Problems problems. W JOYCE SCHILCHER WYMAN ROUSSEAU Procrastrnatron rs all rrght lf no one else knows about rt Soccer lVarsltyJ 3 4 Track lVUfSI'Y3 2 4 lntramuras 3 4 lnternatnona Travel Club 3 .lunlor Play Sensor Play tProgram J Rallroadaphlle Every class IS a study hall You cant beat Bach Walk mucho in ARTHUR RUSSO l excel rn what I excel Poetry Award 3 Basketball lVarsltyD 3 4 Gall lVarsltyJ 2 Intramurals 2 r Hey Elgln Boga Pro golfer Ive got that shot down perfect Woman hater She goes sweetly as the nrghtmgale Honor Socnety 3 4 .Iumor Play CSecre tary Costumesj Choraleers 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 Courant 2 Perannos 4 Mathe matics and Slide Rule Club 3 Yearbook Club 4 Future Teachers ofAmer1ca Club 2 3 Senior Play lCastumesJ Banquet 4 Concesslons 4 Dues Committee 4 Joycle How bout that I stack of books Pony tall Math whnz COSTANZA SENNI A sweet attractrve lund of grace CTransferred from Sacred Heart Acad emy Stamford Connecticut September 1958 5 Sensor Play lPrograms Scenery? Costa Due to clrcumstances be yond my control The Barefoot Contessa I want to be evil Something Wonderful if JOSEPH RUCCI JR Thus was the noblest Roman of them all Choraleers2 3 4 Orchesrta 2 Football lVarsltyJ 3 lce Hockey fVUY5ITYD 2 3 4 Audio Vlsual Club 2 3 Senior Dance Commnttee Love me love my geep The Wayward Bus driver That crazy laugh Hey Rams The Bug Bopper RICHARD SEALE They shall run and not be weary Treasurer 2 Vnce President 3 Cross Country 4 Basketball 3 Track 2 3 Ex ecutlve Committee 3 4 Run Run Run Mr Mnler ppy Gomg dawn town? l cant stand short gurls Dont say much Dnckle ,, . . . . . y Y 5 - ., , 1 , 3, 1 l , 2 l 1 1 ' s. - ,, - f ,, ,, - " . . . i ' Il I ,, ,, ,, - ,, , , 1 1 1 , , : - , 2 ,, ,, - fx, ' x Y 5 ' ,, - ,, : , 1 1 - ,, ,, ,, -,, ,, At . . . , . . . . . . ' ,,, ,, I . - - ,, , I, . 2 - rvlf' , , 1 , , J - e 1 1 : - . 1 - 1 1 , 2 : 2 5 . Il ' ll Il I ll B'g ' ,, ,, t , , 5 . V 2 2 , 7 - , . - ,, ,, , , , . . . . Ha ? ,, , . ,, ,, - ,, ,, , - ,, , ,, - - ,, ,, ,, ,, - . ,, ,, ,, ,, -,, CAROL SMWH Pear-uuuue suMoNseN MARGARET SIMMS Through cheerlulness all can be accomplushed Intramurals 2 3 Courant 2 3 KAdver tusung Managerj 4 Nursung Club 3 News Bureau 4 Junuor Play lSheepJ Senuor Play lDollyl Pun Commuttee 3 Junuor Play lScenery Commutteel New Student Welcome Commuttee 4 Peggy Sweater red head Class wu You re a regular luttle loker Hey star' Musketeer 2 Succeed and guve ut helps you luve Natuonal Honor Socuety 4 Hartford Courant Natuonal Scholcustuc Gold Key Luterary Award 3 Choraleers 3 4 Cour ant 2 Ways and Means Commuttee 2 Junuor Play lPublucuty Commutteej Bas ketball iVarsutyl 3 Hockey lVarsutyl 3 4 Softball Warsutyl 3 Intramurals 2 3 4 French Club 3 Executuve Commuttee 3 4 Secretary Junuor Class Secretary Senuor Class Smutty Oh let me do that' Come on a my house Famuly gurl The musuc muss But he s a won dertul speaker' JOSEPH SERAFIN I watch the world go Rufle Club 3 4 Senuor Play lPropertues oe Got a rude? Always lat Thats how they make angels Seratln and cherabum'7 BENTON SILLOWAY Wuth all hus faults we love hum stu the stuller the better Club 3 Senuor Play lTucket Commutteel Perannos 4 Chup Rudge runner Get seru ous Guve me tume Sure you dudl K3 BARBARA SEVERINI Fure and compassuon uorned Basketball uVarsutyl 2 3 Intramurals 2 3 Nursung Club 3 Junuor Class ng Commuttee Junuor Play lllefreshment Commutteej Senuor Play lRefreshment Commutteej Senuor Dues Commuttee Barbu Hey where s Pat? Gee Whuz' Where us he? Dud you do your Latun7 darn' iQ She could swell the soul to rage or kundle soft desure Choraleers 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 Peran nos 3 4 Hockey lVarsutyJ 2 Tennus 3 Intramurals 3 Chess Club 4 Ways and Means Commu'tee 3 Junuor Play lProp ertues Chaurmanj Senuor Play CProper tues Chaurman Representatuve to Stam ford Rehabulutatuon Center 4 Penny When Johnny comes march ung home agaun l got culcha You know about those Danes As Freud would say I U tt by. . l I . . 1 HJ H H - ,, ,J 1 H - 4 - - H ' ' , 1 , : ' : Ru J tt -,, ,t , H ,t - 1, tt - H ff - - H tfoh . . . , , H 1 1 I A ' ff ' ' ' uf- 1 ' " Z- ff? - f I V Hockey 2, 37 Track 2, 3g Debating Q ' I . . . I H ,t - . tt ft 'I u 1 . . . . - - H ' I" - . . I , . - 1 ' : : ' 1 ' I . . I . 1 tt tt - -t H 1 - - tt II II -an J ,, - Q- - .H H . . . 4 ' Il , . . I . I , , 2 1 - I ' ' .' ' , : : : . ' . . . ' 1 2 5 - . l . - . . - , 5 , . . I . - , t 1 , 2 , , - - , - ' . . 1 I A , , . . . ' .7 2 ,f 11 Q A ' ' ll ll ,, - tt H tt . . . , . . . , ,, H I ll ' ' ' ' ' . . . ,, - ' tt , A - H KENT SMITH He quietly goes about his business Sports Club 4 Hockey lVarsrtyJ 2 3 4 Who s paymg for the gas'7 Super salesman Freshman gurls Don t say hello Puckster 2 rw' 'Nav LINDA SMITH So lrttle done so much to do PAUL SMITH let nature be your teacher fTransterred from New Hampton School New Hampton New Hampshlre Sep tember I957J Football fVarsutyl 3 Sllde Rule Club 3 Senlor Play We want the Pape Roll Out The Barrel Scratchout Walla walla Bug Eddne tlnally made It Ceramics Award CHonorable Mentlanl 3 Class Secretary 2 Choraleers 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 Courant 2 Perannos CAs sxstant Edltorj 4 Spectator 3 Intramurals 2 Greek Class 3 4 French Club 3 Art Service Committee 3 4 McCalls Teen Fashion Board Jumor Play lStudent Du rectorb Sensor Play fVerenal Executive Commlttee 2 3 Jumor Prom Committee Starr Arttul Clrce s so good to see you' All sorts of good things FREDERICK STAATERMAN The language that talks speak today troubles me much Choraleers 4 Hockey lVarsltyJ 4 lntra murals 2 3 4 Sports Club 3 Creatuve Wrntmg Club CPresldentI 4 Jumor Play fStagehandD Sensor Play fPostmasterD Sensor Dance Commnttee Class Gutt Com mnttee 4 Jazbo Freshman for freshmen Playboy Hey Chnckle Cool mancrazyllkeldlgltthemast LEONARD SMITH I never sleep comfortably except at school lTransferred from Oak Park Hugh School Oak Park Illlnols September 19561 Basketball Uumor Varsltyb 2 3 Football CVarsttyl 4 Tennis lVGYSIlYJ 3 Rifle Club en Hey guys' Stage crew man You aunt lust a klddln' ls at ever' DOUGLAS SPEAKER He who has begun hrs task has halt finished It fTransferred from Whlte Plams Hugh School Whnte Plams New York Sep tember l956l Choraleers 2 Track fVarsutyJ 2 Audw Vx ual Club 3 Jumor Play KAW f Spadesj Concessnons Commnttee 3 4 Senior Play CMake up and Stage Com mutteej Specs Tax: Service Hey that 5 pretty sharp' Rebel wnhout c cause Dlstnnctlve walk You Weasel' Love that bus' Tom Blue boy Eye for beauty 'Q--,s ANNE STEIN "Her smile is the sweetest." Uransferred from The Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich Connecticut September 'l957J Intramurals 3 4 Thesplan Club 3 Inter national Travel Club 4 Junior Ply ICrabJ Senior Play IPYOPCYTICSJ A most horrlble chicken sandwuch Loo E e I have a pass from gym' They sand It couldnt done 5.1 7 THOMAS STORY Up' up' my trrends and qutt your books or you ll surely grow double iTransterred from Harrison Hugh School Harnson New York September l956l Courant 4 Cross Country CVarsntyJ 4 Track 2 tVarsutyl 3 4 Intramurals3 4 Chess Club 3 Slade Rule Club 4 Steer mg Commtttee 3 Ways ond Means 3 Party doll Heya Mr Cressy Sophomornc tendencies MARK SULLIVAN I dont suppose there was ever a chap qurte like me before ITransferred from Austin Prep Detrout Mlchugan September l957l Football Humor VCYSITYD 3 Soccer 4 Sports Club 3 4 Junior Play CFront End ot Horsel Sully Dumpln on Long eye lashes and lady klllmg dimples Could you be ready un ten mnnutes'7 Hey Rams' WALTER STEWART There as madness about htm and 'oy dlvme Athletic Honor Society 3 4 Courant 2 3 Football IVUYSITYD 3 4 Track lVarsltyD lntr murals2 3 4 Y u KSecretaryl 4 Junior Play fBack End of Horsej Teen Alley Committee lChalrmanj Buzzy Snow bunny 2 Step on hus head 1327 lm bashtul Blackeyes Ram SALLY STEVENS Her blush IS gulltmess not modesty ITransferred from Hlngham Hugh School Hlngham Massachusetts September 19571 Choraleers 4 Perannos llayoutj 4 Bas ketball tVarsntyJ 3 4 Hockey CVarsntyl 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Debating Club 3 Modern Dance Club 4 Concessuons Com mlttee 4 Rmg Commnttee 3 But I luke my kilt' Stevle Indian Princess Dld he really? The charm of her presence was felt when she passed gi ANNE STROMVIG What ts rn any way beautiful hath tts source ot beauty In :tselt fAmerlcan Fleld Service Student Den mark September l95Bl French Club 4 Senior Play lBaker s Wlfe Readung Commltteel Danlsh Pastry TOUYTITTC nutty Rap unzel 2 How do you say t t A . ' . - .. I 1 1 4 F 0 ' ' fi, I - I Al H ll 11 C" I Il ' ' ' ll , H - A ' . . . k, nl , I , . H ll ' ' I I -H tt - - - tt , . , , , t I I ' 1 I 1 I 1 F 7 7 . . I - . ll ' ' H ll ' Il I X ' ' 11 ' rt . fl? - . . . ft tt tt tt - - . . . ,, A , , v 4, , : , stef . te'0"U 5 , 1 , Fi, - u n f 2, 3, 4: 0 , t I H' C' b if ,, . . t . . - - I -, ' , , H 3 4 - . - ... It fi- , . . . ... . . . . K - - H H 1 H - K ' sg 1 I I 4 - - - ', ' I F . , . . . . . 1 f I 1 i F I ' , . K H H , " - sv - L ttxygtvi, H U ft tt I ' ski ' Q E ' 'f . - ' H I I ' tt , X , t - A - 1, ' . , . 4 t t I 1 TV ' I ' ' Il ' ' Il 1 1 - . . . - . . . ' ' - - BB . . . h :I . . . " t t t . H H tt - 1 1, - . ,, tt H 11' JEANETTE TAYLOR Laugh where we must be candid where we can Best Athlete l955 Basketball 3 lntra murals 3 Senior Play lUshert Netty Hey kids I got another one For pete s sake' Where s the gang? Sandy what s for home work? Oh my gosh' ' GEORGE THOMPSON Morallty IS a weakness of the bram Scholastlc Art Awards I3 Gold Keys Blue Rubbon Flnallstl 3 Hockey 2 3 Debating Club 2 3 Teddy Unrequlted loves Boheme Portrant of the Artnst To be or not to be I wall be dufterent GLENNA SUMMERTON She had a very very tender heart Rifle Club Csecretaryl 4 Basketball 4 Intramurals 4 .lunlor Play lCostumesI Sensor Play IUsherJ Glenn y y y Only three weeks left untnl I m on a duet dlet7 Guess what two letters' Those Norwalk people DAVID TALMAGE Of the people by the people and for the people I 4 Athletnc Scholarshlp Socuety Student Club fTreasurerJ 3 Hockey 2 3 lCap taunt 4 Track 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Avlatlan Club 4 Football 3 4 Junlor Play CRose Tree Pamtert Football IVar sty 3 4 Dave Mr Hockey Skier You lust keep on working Ram Executnve Sweet L. E' WILLIAM SWALLOW Old King Cole was a merry old soul Uransferred from New Canaan Country School September 19561 Columbla Scuence Course 4 Natuonal Honor Socnety 4 Choraleers 3 4 Golf 3 Chess Club 3 Bridge Club 4 Ways and Means Committee 2 Jumor Play IKlng Reading Commltteej Concesslons Committee 4 Sensor Play ISet Bulldlng Commnttee Chaurmant Soccer 3 IVar sltyj 4 I Well now really Columbian My volce IS getting higher Good Scouts JANINE THOMAS Without love and laughter nothmg IS pleasant Courant 2 3 IAdvertlsnng Managerl 4 lntramurals2 3 4 French Club3 .lun lor Play fDodo Burd Tlcketsl Senvor Play IChour Mnstressj Ways and Means Com muttee 3 Junlor Prom Commlttee Youll never guess what happened' You know what he sand? l m not mad really lm not Got q letter' Well okaaaaay ,f H I ' X C 1 J 1 1 H H HH ,H H . . , e - A . . . . - -H H , - - - 1, It H . . . . , . ,I H H ' ll , , . I I 1 I : : J 1 K , : : , . 5 I 1 ' UIC' , Il ' ll . .I Bll..." , , "... . I' ' u - - - - H - M I ,, , , H A i Councal 3, fPresldentJ 45 Photography : , , - 1 , , : , f G ff - : 1 , : , . n 5 Y I I , . I I - ll ll n ' ' ll ' A ll ll ll Il ' ' ' ' . . . , - ll ll I ll ll I I ' ' ' I, U 1 Il ll I . . . . , . H - . ' ll I 1 5 , , : p - I I f . 1 . N . . - H , 1, , ,, ' 'I ' ll ll I - - - . , , H 1, , , , , , . . . - H H H H H - H - - If se in-4 MICHAEL THOMSON People who lsve sn glass houses shouldnt throw stones 'Transferred from Narsmasu Japan T956 J Rsfle Club lExecutsve Oftlcers 3 Basket ball CVarsstyJ 2 3 Track CVarsstyl 4 Intramurals 4 Sensor Play CSceneryj Come ere woman' Smoke Gets In My Eyes Whos Rscks foolsng around wsth now? Can we double wsth you thss week end? Sayonara Msckey L 'CW EVAN TOTTEN You know I say lust what I thsnk nothing more or less Aeronautscs Club 3 Photography Club 4 Who does IR" Or somethsng lske t at Sugared plasn ma am' Technscally speaksng BARBARA TIANI A dancsng shape an smage gay Courant 2 3 Perannos 4 Basketball lVarsstyj 2 3 4 Hockey CVarssty,2 3 4 Softball lVarsstyl 2 3 Cheerleadsng 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Cheerleadsng Club3 4 Executsve Commsttee2 Jurssor Dance Commsttee lTscket Chasrmanl Sensor Dance Commsttee Junsor Play CTweedledum Tscket Chasrmanj Sensor Play lTscket Chasrmanj A musketeer Money maker Tweedledum lt looks lust lske Ver mont Junsor Bsrdman ANTHONY VlTTl He was a self made man Football lVarsstyl 3 Basketball llntra murals! 4 Slsde Rule Club 3 Sensor Play Commsttee Mayor ledge Where s Bosco? Thsngs are good sn the produce de partment Tony sono bons Warm car? Shot rod' JAMES THORNBLADE Gladly would he learn and gladly teach Natsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Junsor Play lMussc Dsrectorj Sensor Play fMussc Ds rector Commstteej Choraleers 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Soccer 3 Amateur Radso 3 4 sm Rats Haystack hasr Gee thats marvelous Cello straddler JANE VAN STEEDEN Hers ss the strength of varsous qualstses Psng Psng Wsnner 3 Charaleers 2 3 4 Gsrls Glee Club2 3 4 BasketballlVar sstyt 3 4 Hockey Varsstyl 3 4 Softball Varsstyl 3 Tennss 3 Intramurals 2 3 4 Future Teachers of Amersca Club 2 3 4 Mussc Apprecsatson Club 3 Junsor Ways and Means Commsttee Junsor Play lProp ertses CoChasrmanl Sensor Play lProp ertses Commstteel Sensor Play lMussc Commstteej Sensor Dance Commsttee Janse Oh Gee' What dsd l do now? That wouldn t be too good' Who says I always thsnk of dags'7 Gonna be a gym teacher You dont know what my average ss' X . . s A I . ,f s J 1 ss s ss ss s - s - - ts ss . . ,, - . . . . , K ll sr 1 I - ' r I 1 r I , s 2 1 , . ssJ- ss ss ss - . . . , . . . A M' I . P? ,r - - ss , . 1 I I . ' . , A s s s s s s s F s , 2 s s 1 s J : If ' ' . . . ' 5 ' U . . . ' f I 1 - - ,, . ss ss ss - ss , H" I V , " Barb .. . Any cheersng today? - ss ss - h , , , or , . . . . . . s ss ss - - s, ss 4 - U . . ss V si Q' 'S v, . K ,, . . ss ss I r r I . , Q I I I ' T . X ' . s s . s s M 2 1 s s 2 s s 2 ' 2 s - 1 - 1 - f ' I ' . F ss ss st s ss 5 , . . ss - ss ss - . ss st s ss ss - ss ss ss ss s . ss LILLIAN WALDMANN The good and the wrse lead quret ltves Courant 3 4 Basketball IJuntor Varsltyj 3 Junlor Play ICaterpnIIar Make up Castumesj Sensor Play lCostumesJ Thes plan Club 3 Ceramlcs Club 4 Dangerous LII Yo thunk Its pretty smart dont ya? Its Ilvlng Ya luke that huh? Oh you kid li rex 'cr' SUE WHITE Here will be an abusmg of Gods patience and the kung s English Stationery Committee IChalrmanJ 3 lor Dance Committee Future Teachers of America CVuce Cholrmanl Junnor Play fDuchessD Junlor Prom Commuttee Sen lor Play ICothermeI ue Model A and a raccoon coat Busters dead' Go lump n the garden I cant I have a horse show tomorrow I sold my Ford' SHARON WHITNEY What wrsdom can you flnd that IS greater than klndness7 Courant 3 Basketball IVarsutyI 3 4 Hockey IVarsntyI 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Yearbook Club 3 Thespuan Club lPresldentJ 3 Art Service Commlttee 2 3 4 Jumor Play fMake up Commrttee Chairman Scenery Publucutyl Senior Play fMake up Committee Chairman Scenery Publucltyl Sherry Good Heavens' nsku Anyone want a peanut butter and lelly sandwuch wlth lettuce? es M Fabry d be glad to o a poster for you JOHN WARNK Haste makes waste Choraleers 4 Football IVarsItyJ 4 Audio Visual Club 3 Junior Play Sensor Play Senior Prom Committee Teen Canteen Commxttee Curly Just one mmute' Vista Vlewer Oh those gurls from Da rten' Hot sux banger in- ily it i SALLY WALKER I ought therefore I can National Honor Socnety 4 Choraleers 3 4 Courant 4 Perannos Cllterary Staffj 4 Nursmg Club 3 Yearbook Club 4 Junior Play lCard Costumesj Senior Play ICostumesJ Concessions G o o d morning' The cheerful one And how much sleep dad you get? I guess I ll have to do my French Can someone glve me a rude? NANCY WHITEFORD The worlds a bubble Nattonal Honor Society 4 Choraleers 2 4 Yearbook Club 3 Ways and Means Commuttee 2 Concessions Commlttee 4 Executlve Committee 4 Junlor Play IWhnte Rabbltl Perannos 4 Basketball lVarsutyI3 4 Hockey fVarsutyj3 4 Soft b fVarsttyJ 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Pepsodent smile Great' What cha dom 9 Her curls are hurly burly Sweet as sprung ll I . ' ll I I 1 I - I I I ' I I - II - - I . I II II I - - II II - II II - II - , . . . . . . II II , . ' I F I .- I I : I I I I I . If II . II II . II II I II II - - II II II I I I : I I I II - II - H n h I . . . . . . . . ,, . Q ' ' I ' ll ' I . ' I . - II - I X Class Plns Committee lChalrmanI 35 Jun- F - : I F ' . ' IIS II II I II II - i II II I . . . I II II II ,, . . I ,, ' II I II I I : I I I , I I I I f f I J 1 f I - b I . I I , , . . I I ' , , , . I I I I - . I all , g , , . ' ' ' ll ll Il II II II II ' "H , I ' H . . . X . . . ' . . . . II II I Y , r. , I d ll ' , MARY WINCHESTER Speed us onward with a cheer. Uronsferred from Port Chester High School Port Chester New York Decem- ber 1956.5 National Honor Society 4- Girls Glee Club Clibrarianl 4- Courant 3' Perannos lBusinessJ 4' Basketball 2 3 4- Hockey 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 Cheerleading 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Yearbook Club 3 Cheerlng Club 4 Y Executive Com mittee 4 Junior Play fCardD Senior Play lBuslness Prompterj Greek Class 3 4 Class Pms Committee 3 What s thus but? Bobleshoplt No that was my mother e Blonde Streak Whos a sloppy eater? X'- IN on ora NNLEQA PATRICIA ZANDRI Gave us garety un a quaet mmd Courant 2 Nursing Club 3 Dues Com mittee 3 4 Basketball Warsltyl 3 4 Hockey Warsutyj 2 Intramurals 3 4 a I got a fast car wanna drag? Can I get nt for you Mr Cressy Gum chewer Isn t that funny? Open your a w de tot e body o :fe For llfe and death e, even as e r er a he sea are one Kahhl Gibran fox ,QA WI NNW Ji H I ' Q .?l:...'. .'.ll ll . 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Q g ' , W fd ' ' 'W 1 l -J 'If 3 fig Y 'l Y ' V " ff' f A ? 1 1 J 3 5 1 x fx 1, F' if 7 ' fa 5,.Q35W 'Q www 'ex 'W , 'far + 1 ,,k'i,U64m 2? f fl 5 A e i QAM Ling, Q Eu ' FS?" ' fi Qx fi f any f .A r 6,, Q. an, ' 1. 1 f if 12? .N "Qi w. K, 1' aw' ,.-,Ag ,. iw Y v iw 'bl ii' ' f 5 :fi 3' M7 4 E 5 . za, I Q 4? ,W g gi, , f 1 5 W 3 'EQQ 'r rw N f '.'-1 fr' 4 a H i. . , dy 'T' nf., 5 ,""1'i 9 'll' ff: ON UNDERCLASSMEN AS THE LARGER PART OF THE REVOLVING CYCLE OF PEOPLE WHICH MAKES UP THE STUDENT POPULATION THE FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS SUFFER LONG YEARS OF WAITING TO DISCARD THE LABEL UNDERCLASSMEN IN THE LUNCHLINE THEY SURRENDER HARD WON PLACES TO THE CONFIDENT SENIOR AT THE END OF AN ASSEMBLY THEY ARE OBLIGED TO WAIT OF THE AUDITORIUM IT IS WITH CONSID ERABLE DIFFICULTY THAT THEY PLOW THROUGH SENIOR ROW AT TWO THIRTY BUT AS THE WHEEL SPINS AROUND AND THEY FIND THEMSELVES AT THE TOP OF IT PERHAPS THEY WILL REMEMBER CWITHOUT MALICEID THAT MANY OF US DARED TO CROSS THE BOUNDARY LINE AND VENTURE INTO THE LAND OF BLUSHING NINTH GRADE MAIDS AND APPEALING JUNIOR BOYS THE UNDERCLASSMEN ARE NOT THOUGHT OF AS A FACELESS GROUP BUT AS INDIVIDUAL FRIENDS WHO IN DIFFERENT WAYS MADE OUR SENIOR YEAR MORE MEANINGFUL. ONE OF THE SADDEST THINGS FOR US TO LEAVE WILL BE THEIR FRIENDSHIP UNTIL THE SENIORS HAVE SHUFFLED OUT 1? Q Seated: Rita Sufiredini, Vice-President Laurie Dunbar, President Standing: William Irwin, Secretary Signe Lowgren, Treasurer Miss Ames, 205 Top Row: Monte Broolres Don Cerullo Bill Avrett Paul Barth Joseph Bertini David Austin Middle Row: Nancy Blod Nancy Belknap Carol Brown Sandra Brown Kendra Baxter Shirley Cerretoni Bottom Row: Mary Ann Billera Marylin Arthur Ronay Arlt Mary K. Blood Beverly Byrne 1? JUNIOR CLASS Q'-1 hz 4 so so 5 X0 S7 G T V Q F 44 U lx l X9 X. V 9 I Mrs. Bertoli, 203 Top Row: Leonard Harris Dennis Cribby James Cody Albert Holly Peter Goocevic Michael Des Tombe Creighton Conner Brian Havard Lon Clark Middle Row: Janice Davis Betty Haywood Alice Couch Robert Christopher Susan Green Arthur Chivvis Carolyn Crawford Jean Flanagan Diane Everett Bottom Raw: Janet Giorgio Lynn Farity Sharon Cooper Louise Hibbert Laurie Dunbar Martha Fabry Barbara Fenlason Mr. Lane, 108 Top Row: John Jackson John McDiarmid David Kelsey Robert Miller Barry Landers David Janes Donn King Edward Janis Richard Keller Middle Row: William Keller Russell Kimes Richard Liberatore Robert Mercer Dempster Leech James Kelly William Kingsbury Allan Jones Michael Mattiello Bottom Row: Marion Kullla Kathryn Kapteina Signe Lowgren Judith Johnson Sandra Lowgren Lynne Knobel Janney Kingsland Mr. Littlefield, 207 Top Row: Robert Rohner Vance Packard Robert Polzer David Pomfret Peter Myer Thomas Marrow Harvey Rohde Geoffrey Minnick Middle Row: Patricia Raymond Kathy Nichols Elizabeth Shera Dorothy Simmons Lola Pia Suzanne Quintard Barbara Rollins Marie Schettino Bottom Row: Linda Peterson Marilyn Moon Kathleen O'Connell Betsy Ruykhaver Mary Naylor Susan Olsen Judith Peterson Mr. Smith, 'IO7 Top Row: Peter Wall Donald Souden Herbert Smith David Weldy William Sonnecken Michael Tobler Gary Platt Middle Row: Rita Suffredini Sallyann Wood Barbara Tuttle Bruce Titus Peter K. Smith Elizabeth Streeter Bonnie Ward Joanne Von Eschen Bottom Row: Judy Whitney Barbara Skinner Patricia Zavesky Karen Wanner Nancy Voorhees Cynthia Zimkus Nancy Watkins SOPHOMORES Seated Daniel Vlttl Vice Presldent Carol Lybrand, Treasurer Standing Thomas Wood, Secretary Peter Freeman, President 47 Lv Mr Alger 208 Top Row Joseph Andronaco Ken Campel Donald Bottlcelll George Brlechle Gary Bullzley Wnlllam Arnotf Norns Boulden Timothy Bryant Mnddle Row Nancy Ellen Brown Susan Carpenter Marta Apy Carl Caputo Harris Bigelow Caroline Brown Nancy Blanr Carol Cantrell Front Raw Donna Becker Clara Barr Barbara Brlgante Susan Bech Shirley Austm Tracy Axton Mr. Coyle, 106 Top Row: Bill Gardner Dave Chase Stephen Corrie Spencer Friedman Peter Ferris John Gardner Peter Freeman Frank Coletta August Curcio Donald Ellis David Gibb Middle Row: Paul Chipello Lynn Conhagen Helen Doscher Pamela Ghents Bettina Durrenmatt Mary Daly Janet Fox Toni Fulton Aaquel Garcna Susan Elders Katherine Colborn Ted Dillon Front Row Anne Gardner Susan Couch Gall Fraser Jackie Christie Mary Jean D Annzo Elaine Evans Sheila Dolan Marlene Ferrara Marilyn Coleman Mrs Haskell 100 Top Row John Goadhue Louis Grallo James Kuttle Paul Keller Frank Hermes Kevin Lahey Thomas Kardos James Gilbert Middle Row Arla Jelllff Susan Harry Patricia Johns Dolores Humphrey Christine Kelsey Loraine Kobbe Patricia Brlmn Frances Howard Helene Knight Evelyn Granata Sharon Grallo Front Row Linda Johnston Sharon Hayden Lynne Korbel Joan Gray Karen Glslnger Nancy Brazer wa r-lr 2--s lg . "' ls' : . 7 7 . V X ., 2 : Y 7 1 Deborah Johnson ' V. ,Q s," V fc , K, X f , f ' ' S' 1 .. J V P f ' ' 6' l. 1 Q 1 48 Miss Jones 105 Tow Row Warren Mafhello Kaspar Lueplns Spikes Mitchell Andrew landes Richard Natale Frank Mason Floyd Naylor John Navakauslus Joseph LoVuola Bull MacKay Ricky Loomis Middle Row Gail Bagley Sue Marhn Ferdinand Miller Dennis McMurray Dennis Lueders Michael Malarney Chris Musilli Sandy Morrow Fran? Row Marcia Mlichell Barbara McAnulty Mary McArdle Barbara Marsden Juliette Muenchen Sally Lesfer Berry Ludwig Mr Newell 201 Top Row Alexander Reid Jim Slaughfer Richard Sfewarf Peter Dlvenere Ralph Nebbla Geofirey Sfellmg Tom Peierxon Adam Ross Wunlon Rosslfer Charles Ruccn Middle Row Patricia Smco John O Shuughnessy Geoffrey Rauch Al Svenfa Jim Nleld John Shaufz Jeffrey Randel Penelope Raymond Front Row Pam Orpef Genevieve Sheane Elllh Quinn Jo Carol RIQQIO Janice O Connor Despma Ofienhauser Gretchen Neal Jean Re Mimi Mitchell Mr. Twardy, 13 Top Row: Ronald Viarengo Stephen Zimmerman Ray Waldmann Tom Wood Peter Ward Hoyt Tuttle Robert Vanderheyden Robert Stewart Dave Williams James Wolnacht Richard Warnk Second Row: Cherie Sydnor Danny Vitti Gary Vouo Peter Wilson Anthony Zulkeski Peter Vernon Dale Totten Nancy Wachter Bottom Row: Virginia Winnicki Susan Strong Jackie Walker Marie Tramontana Sheryl Wilkinson Beth Watson Brooke Worden i xi, ...mmmhnl 'im-.K '419-Q Fit., 9-5-4 'Msn 'Nan-1 Ag Mike "What we ore to be, we are now becoming." ni FRESHMAN CLASS Standing: Linda Swanberg, Secretary Frank Blod, Vice-President Barbara Ford, Treasurer Seated: Brian Hill, President f'o . A K Mr. Bergman, 101 Top Row: Joseph Andronaco Christopher Babb Frank Blod John Batty Lawrence Bauer Theodore Benedict Thomas Buckley Philip Blasiux Richard Bayles Kenneth Arnott Middle Row: Eileen Bak Robert Brigham Dean Burdick Robert Bach Dennis Brown Robert Baker Gary Bach Kenneth Amato Linda Baxter Bottom Row: Elise Boeger Noel Aderer Lynne Arnold Gail Bedford Geraldine Bertini ,pf nfl f - . 1 , I ,w ,X .iff- . ff, 51 ,ff , J 9' f ' , - pf U' he X' A - n ' xy, QR 1 1 f , 3 . Mr. Brooks, 206 Top Row: Richard Cornwell Judson DeCue Doug Chance Henry Conklin Joe DelVicario Gary Campel King Chapin Craig Cort Middle Row: Becky Colkos Marianne Catto Sue Castle Pom Colton Midge Christopher Pat Compbell Judy Carroll Diane Coffee Bottom Row: Barbara Coppola Didi Chapin Carol Cox Amy Cousins Carol Cookman Linda Cicoritti Arlene Campel Mr. Colaninno, 104 Top Row: Thomas Hahn John Hibbert Chuck Gritliths Donn Hayden Peter Eddy Stephen Hall Robert Ellis Middle Row: yr Barbara Ferrer 'fi Barbara Ford V Peggy Godley Susan Fitzgeraldx AN Susan Hare Judy Harris Caroline Edwards Lynne Fleck Carol Ellison Front Row: Phyllis Eddy Viola Finney Denise Hecker Christine Dickerinson Flora Edwards Ingrid Girard Donna Hawley . ' , , l l 1 .Q Xl ', lx xx f. gl lx e ,. KL x all l br f Cf! Mr. Cressey, H0 Top Row: Andy Lear John Loyd Bill laizzi Harry Hill Ted Hodgins John Lust John Lato Gary Liberaiore Robert Hoyt Middle Row: Ricky Leland Robert Kraus Paul lkerman Barney Hopp Pat Hornbostel Diane Jewel? Tom Jaeger Eugene Lewis Brian Hill Back Row: Jennifer Hilton Carla Jepsen Judy Jones Elizabeth Kellam Karen Keiler Candy McElroy Brooke Maddux Mimi Low Sandy Jewett Mr. Duguid, 204 Top Row: George Price Frank Marabella Don Pollock Bob Montgomery Victor Marinovic Richard Olson Andy Mercer Tom Parks Daniel O'Connell Middle Row: Mike Meyers Peter Murphy Judy Naill Bev Pantalane Frances Poor Marion Marks Nick Noell David Pennoyer Bottom Row: Barb Natale Sharon Paglialungo Marianne Pia Hiedi Ormsby Connie Mathews Claudia Mathewson Lois Muraro Elsa Philippi Mr. Hallet, 103 Top Row: Peter Sheehan Ronald Serafin Donald Schreyer Rolf Schaarschmidt Jim Shipman Jim Sounders Kirk Smith Dario Socci Bob Roles Middle Raw: Lynn Rice Susan Shelley Debbie Smith Peggy Skinner Ellen Shipman Lindsay Sharp Beverly Rantoul Liz Schuster Back Row: Betsy Schettino Joan Schneider Jayne Ricker Phyllis Rosen - ' Cynthia Siemon Y Y Candy Smallen Andrea Romalxo Mr. Pelletier, 167 Mrs. Dixon, 'IO Top Row: Edward Walworth Alexander Souden Gary Struncll Robert Wolf lewis Stolz Gorton Wood Marshall Walker David Walker Robert Tuttle Henry Stolz David Specht Middle Row: Arthur St. Cyr Kenneth Titus Charles Startup Gretchen Schultz Barbara Watt Dianne Von Eschen Marsha Weed Hilton Waibel William Vanderheyden David Stout Bottom Row: Nancy Wachter Susan Thurrott Leslie Tugeau Linda Swanberg Jacqueline Vitiella linda Terrana Beverly Taini Joan Sacci Eileen Stearns 'PY D m ,X ef ' 4. A K I 'J N. J P J 4 Q5 I aint 1' if 3' A, v' ' L Q 'Q 41' Lf I ,It J yi x x in N H i 4' . . X t lj 4 1- l ,l "y X " ' L' 5 R AV I! l , s x' V y. A f 4 Ni.- 54 I Marion I M, Nr I, swf' ilu Historical Perspedive Peie, Kirk, Roy, Hoy? ig Larry and Peie, Vergilic Heights Q 59. gi m ,,.w,, :kj J "W ,.. , A his 4 5 HX Lf f 1 ' E51 , X I Vflii ' 7 li G -f ii 1 I' 5 Y Himself N535 LZ'-, f'1N.5e Les Efudianh Francais Ticklish? .? , jg ,, 111-11 ,,.,,,v ,,.l.fY- Jul fr ' Cliff- Tom xxx 'aku g-rl. lngdd Judy 58 TESTING . Anne and Michael Alan Sieve X nl' ,A ' ii- ' , .Ab ,. ,.,...,..-....q--an-1' , .. .44-Q-4 Pele Modern Historians Calculating Calculisis WHEN TWO THIRTY WHISTLES MATH PAPER MISSLES ARE CAREFULLY FOLDED WITHIN THE CLOSED BOOK THE HALLS PEOPLE FLOODED SING WITH YOUNG BLOODED ATHLETES AND ARTISTS WITH LIB RATED LOOK FOR NEWS OFF THE GRIDDLE CHARGE UP TO PHILOSOPHES SPOUTING IN GREEK THE STAGE IS AFLUTTER WITH THOSE WHO DONT MUTTER WHILE SWAINS WITH THEIR RECAPTURED MAIDS TENDERS SPEAK AMID COUNCIL MEETINGS SOUND NEARBY DRUM BEATINGS TO HALT SUCH FINE MUSIC NO ONE HAS HEART WORLDS OF ACTIVITY FREE FROM CAPTIVITY POOR BOOK BOUND STUDENTS THE ANSWER? TAKE PART' 60 REPORTERS WHO SIZZLE Y rf-Ll" A n ,fvfg-""F"'l'7 'L' 4 - I-3'-Q I. ... .W L-- . 9- - .A- IT ........ sn ,c. LI. V- J. UI E. J F js' T Mull ,nfmn ll .1 x ,v vs, X m X .,:f ,,, MH'1rXX vw ' wlwlww 11' wa: if 5 1 NNI, vv, X U- M. m XX xsv,n.,1g., wx.n..,-.-,Q N ,X "pm sw! ..--, xx fxx 1 rl I3 P1 .J ,J- ,-I , it Xxx A .. . 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Q Q ma X S X F11 145' N1 gl. 9+ y.-4. if? fn- 390.1 new Student Councll Top Row Chrlstopher Albrlght Carlton Raymond Robert Baker Dovld Talmage Stephen Scott Richard Stewart Peter Freeman Davld Elders Donald Austin Bottom Row Mr Cressy Andrea Cousins Judy Plckermg Marllyn Moon Judy Whitlock Terry McCarty Lola Pla Clndls McClroy Barbara Herzog Brlan Hlll STUDENT COUNCIL Wlth the dawn rose the Student Council to shape the destiny of the General Orgamzatlon The energetuc members Kthree from each classj were headed by President Dave Talmage Vlce Presldent Lola Pla, Secretary Judy Pnckermg and Treasurer Barbara Herzog Commnttees were established such as the one which arranged one tlmely tire drlll per month and the one which sponsored two record breaking dances The newly formed Amencan Field Service Commuttee was established to promote the exchange of foreign students to New Canaan whale the Council Itself chose famllles wnth whom Herald Tribune exchange students would llve durmg their stay here At the council store The Rambler students were able to buy much needed school supplles at a reasonable price Further evidence of the wide range of actlvltles whlch lnvolve the student government was the presentahon of a plaque to Mr Rlchard Perry who wrote the words to our school song Onward New Canaan Several amendments were passed un regard to the electron of officers whale another dealt a death blow to on campus smokmg 62 Mr Cressy, Faculty Advisor Q , ' ea w. ' v 4 i . ,f . . 1. 71111 -' 'ti 1' , N , ' ' P , 1 . 1 S 4 1 , l ,wk 1 , T fu. 4 1 - N"' ' 5 i k - ,, , 1 , -1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 7 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . , . I I - I - I I ' ' I 11 Il , . I . 11 7:45 A.M STUDENT COUNCIL Judy Pnckernng Lola Pla Barbara Herzog Dave Talmage EHTOYPYISIUQ Io! OFFICERS Secrefary Vice President Treasurer President Q1 .,, if .e r A-an il- . K' -1 1, sql l !' . .A :ff ' 0 x ff '-W if Q1 li 1 Honor Society, Top Row, Left to Right: Fritz Eager, William Swallow, David Emmerich, James Dudley, James Thornblade, Mary Winchester, Holly Newcomb, Marjorie Oberheim, Andrea Cousins, Deann Ellison, Stephen Scott, Norman Ricker, Peter Gruber. Bottom Row: Barbara Lust, Meg McMurray, Sally Walker, Joyce Schilcher, Jane McAnulty, Ginny Hooper, Gail Hooper, Nancy Whiteford, Enid Rankin, Kay Killingsworth. Honor Society, Officers, Left to Right: Kay Killingsworth, Treasurer, Peter Gruber, President, David Emmerich, Vice- President, Deann Ellison, Secretary. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship, leadership, service, and character . . . these qualities were a pre- requisite for membership in this organiza- tion. The New Canaan branch of the Na- wvrfff- tional Honor Society, advised by Mr. Howard, is now twenty-four strong. The main activity of the Honor Society has been tutoring. Other activities have in- cluded ushering, serving as guides during Open House, and, ot course, the annual banquet for induction of new members. A bit of sage advice. P Dandy, Mohammed FOREIGN STUDENTS The 10,000 miles that span the distance between the Middle East and the United States seemed to shrink as Dandy Yaffe of Israel and Mohammed Hamadein of the Sudan came to New Canaan as Herald- Tribune foreign students. During their two-week stay in January, Dandy lived with the Whiteford fam- ily, while Mohammed made his home with the Warnks. Classes concerned with international relations acquired a new dimension as Dandy and Mo- hammed answered countless ques- tions about their native countries. In addition to becoming a part of an American school-system, both students skated for the first time, watched basketball and hockey games, and talked endlessly with people at parties, teas, and lunch- eons. Those who met Dandy and Mohammed were soon impressed by their warmth and vitality. When the two left on the 17th of January, an emptiness was felt not only by their host families but also by their many other friends who had come to know them. Youth Forum: Andy, Chip, Dave, Mohammed, Dandy, Rose Michael lNetherlandsl Anne CDenmarkj and Jill CNew Zealandj RADIO CLUB This year's radio club provided an out- let for the energies ofa number of electronic- ally-minded hams. Under the guidance of Mr. Pelletier KWTLZCJ, a "ham" since 1939, they often held code practice and exchanged news and technical data among themselves. The three general license holders are Dave Austin CKT EHQJ, Tom Evans KKT IJFJ, and Dave Pomfret CKTDLMJ. .lim Thornblade CWTAABI holds a technician class license, and Bill Kings- bury CKNT IWTJ and Kaspar Liepins KKNT KAVJ hold novice licenses. AUDIO-VISUAL SQUAD The Audio-Visual squad, directed by Mr. Lind, runs electronic equipment for the teach- ers and is also in charge of the lighting, sound, and technical equipment in the audi- torium. Under the squad's able supervision, stereophonic sound was effectively used for the first time during the iunior play. To be on the squad, one must have an A. V. card, which is acquired by passing an examination. The holder is then authorized to operate the school's specialized equip- ment. Thomas Evans, Mr. Pelletier, Jim Thornblade, Bill Kingsbury, Kasper Liepins, Dave Austin. -ii THESPIAN CLUB The Thespian Club was organized pri- marily to provide a means of dramatic ex- pression for underclassmen who are not able to participate in class plays. The club, directed and sponsored by Mr. Lewis, has produced a one-act play by Thornton Wilder, entitled "A Happy Journey to Camden and Trenton," which was performed at the Christmas assembly. The members of the cast were Demptser Leech, Kate Colburn, John Goodhue, Bar- bara Ford, David Gibb, and Mary Ann Billera. Lighting was handled by Mike Malarney. BRIDGE CLUB Under the direction ot Mr. Maier, the Bridge Club was organized in order to give experi- enced players a chance to play and inexperi- enced players a chance to learn. The members hoped to bridge the gap between the two groups before the end of the year. First Row, Left to Right: Evelyn Gran- ata, Kate Colborn, Elaine Evans, Flora Edwards, John Goodhue, Sue Quintard. Second Row: Barbara Ford, Joanne Von Eschen. Third Row: Mary Ann Billera, Liz Streeter, Den- nis Cribby, Candy Smallen, Dave Gibb, Milne Malarney, Sue Beck, Bill Gardner. Ci Left to Right: Pat Johns, Dan Boyka, Mary Lou Youmans, Mr. Maier, Bill Swallow, Terry McCarty, Virginia Winniclxi. 67 DEBATING CLUB "Is Labor Too Strong?" "Should America Have Intervened In Hun- gary C'l956J?" Interesting topics such as these were contested in formal debates and occasional informal discussions by this year's debating club. The purpose of the club was to give experience in formal debating procedures, to encourage clear thought and speech, and to help the students think carefully about controver- sial subjects. MATHEMATICS CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Lit- tlefield, this year's semi-active Mathematics Club interested it- self in a variety of topics. Among these were mathematical recrea- tions Cthey spent months trisect- ing angles and designing per- petual motion machinesl, logic fif it is foggy today, Whitey Ford will winj, set theory, and the slide rule. N ART SERVICE COMMITTEE Cut-outs of football players, Christmas spires, Hallowe'en spir- its, and outstretched suns ap- peared on the cafeteria wall as the school year passed from one season to another. Strange exhi- bits of flying fish and mobiles decorated the lounge. Through the year we saw the work of the Art Service Committee all around us. Working with cans of gold spray, mammoth shears, and wide expanses of colored paper, the members organized displays and made posters for countless school functions. Mr. Fabry and Mrs. Hall sponsored the committee, while Liz Shera and Sharon Whit- ney were student officers. CERAMICS CLUB Pottery wasn't the only thing that these dexterous lads and losses made from clay. They used their imagination to create forms ranging from statues to iewelry. When their works were displayed, they stimu- lated much interest, even if their symbolism was not always apparent. Guided by Mr. Jacobson, the group enioyed crossing into a new world, that of abstract art, where one's creative sense is one's guide. 7 J J ' ' 1 fn. rw dm' f,N5ffF Left to Right: Pete Dixon, Mr. Fabry, Raquel Garcia, .lo Carol Riggio, Ted Thomp son, Beverly Byrne, Elizabeth Shera, Kaspar Leipins, Dempster Leech, Sharon Whitney, Brooke Maddux, Kathy O'ConnelI. fue' "mai I Left to Right: Barbara Rollin, Cynthia Zimkus, Marion Kellam, Carla Jepsen, Ellen Shipman, Bonnie Ward, Elise Boger, Barbara Skinner, Gaye Arakelian, Nancy Blod, Ann Beckman, Peggy Fannon. CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH CLUB The subversive singing of the "Marseillaise" opened the cIub's informal tete - ei - tetes. This greatly enhanced the al- ready continental atmosphere of room 104. While passing by the door, one could hear rau- cous laughter in response to the records, games, and bons mots of Monsieur Colaninno, the club sponsor. Officers were Mesdemoisel- les Marylin Arthur, President, Ronay Arlt, Vice-President, and Elizabeth Shera, Secre- tary-Treasurer. 70 o ' 'Lewes Left to Right: Judy Naill, Linda Terrana, Elizabeth Luckhurst, Marcia McReynolds, Nancy Brazer, Kenneth Arnott, Donald Lewis, Don Hayden, Eugene Lewis, Bob Bach, Heidi Ormsby. Seated, Left to Right: Ronay Arlt, Marylin Arthur, Elizabeth Sherc. Standing: Monsieur Colaninno, Rita Suffredini, Frances Howard, Steve Scott, Janice O'Connor, Brooke Mad- dux, Barbara Lust. 1? .Yi I Bibliophile. LIBRARY CLUB Buried under an avalanche of 2,000 new books and a backlog of countless unpaid fines, Miss Lord was rescued by an efficient crew of student librarians. In addition to their regular duties at the circula- tion desk, they aided in pro- cessing and shelving the un- marked volumes. The students who crowded the library this year should appreciate its un- sung heroes. , . --f uw e. jvivf it ,mice gs Left to Right: Marylin Arthur, Meg McMurray, Fritz Eager, Andrea Cousins, Gail Hooper, Terry Safford, Liz Shera, Mr. St. Clair fSponsorl. Left to Right: Brooke Maddux, Mary Naylor, Ginny Hooper, Lon Clark, Linda Smith, Karin Wanner, Jane McAnulty, Joni Dumars, Mary Winchester, Bill Gardner. GREEK CLASS At the gray hour of 7:00 on Thursday mornings, a group of dedicated students met to study Greek under the direction of Mr. St. Clair. Tuesday night sessions were held at the houses of the various members, where the Greeks worked hard deciphering the squig- gles and curves that make up the Greek al- phabet. All Greek students began their study of the language with sentences from Greek phil- osophy. Thus translation was not merely a mechanical process, one was asked to react to such statements as, "The soul is deathless," the first sentence learned. Over coffee cups and cookie crumbs, they not only studied but also looked forward to an occasional party when Mr. St. Clair might read favorite selections from Winnie the Pooh or Mary Poppins. Some looked even farther ahead to the annual picnic and mountain climb at Lime Rock, in June. .YJ Athenian wisdom, Spartan strength X 'S' ' L. ,Q ,.. I K d 1 4' L s, e Modding Crowd l Cosia, Rose Floored! D Y, a' 'ft K' 3 ff if ,ny jr- Wakhing Spring spring ...sup There were Inskis . . . there were Rams . . . there were people who loved fun. The so- cially-inclined filled the halls with their smiles, the cafeteria with their laughter. The winter was not always dreary! And when spring came, the friendly sparkle grew .... uf 0,2 -ll , -1 Smile! 73 ,J-' fx Os s, YN Q n . 9 y-nf .-Q Y X ix Dove, Peie Denis, Dove, Ken. Teen-Ccnieen. x ,- Infelleciual pursuit of ihe my 1 ,M ax, ff 74 "There is something does noi love a wall . . ." e Twins? Pete, Linda, Lon So I sez to him Fx 4- Dave and Junney You wouldn'1 believe if Anne, Steve, etc. Jus? o foo? away ON THE ARTS BEAUTY LIVES WHEN IT IS FELT THE POETRY IN A PERSON WHICH RESPONDS TO MUSIC TO DRAMA TO ART CAN CREATE BEAUTY AS WELL AS APPRECIATE IT TO SING BEETHO VEN OR MOLD MEANING INTO CLAY ALLOWS BUT THE THROAT WHICH TIGHTENS IN THE LAST ROW OF THE AUDIENCE THE LISTEN ER WHO SHIVERS WITH A WARM COLORED CHORD, THE EYE WHICH MIRRORS THE MOVEMENT OF A PAINTING THESE MAKE BEAUTY COMPLETE A STUDENT TO TOUCH THE ART WITHIN HIM. A .A my -W Vnmswml. ff D , , we U ,, .J . 1, fl fx li-T" .YV1 X sheep, ,ow '1-V Aw., X v, , Q dj., T 671, fl e humahsexpers GTTUQ-. depends onxme fad Aki? V fhafg, are able fd va?-ygour , .A A if f seeing, fhaf we can ' 'A me ' alfe our views of realify. -Ernsf Casslrer I Sunday afternoon Linda, Assistant Editor Liz, Managing Editor L K- .all- 'f I-' 1' . ,Zg,--.,,--.--1, '. .1-.y - ' -3. f o 'H '.'a'l 1 -.'u+' I V' '.- gsigg.-. -:gb ..:.-:. l . - ...,.:.2::5 - ,-.'..',-, -.-13, I . I-'Z'-'-2.1 5553- ' if: g ..-,',:.-. . rg -g, 6. 334- .. . ....:,::...T- 0. .s . All-' v . f. . Andy, Editor PERANNOS The 1959 Perannos staff returned from the two-day Columbia yearbook conference bursting with ideas. ln no time at all the highly organized business staff was in full swing selling ads and thousands of yearbooks. QWell, almost 500 copies were soldj. The rest of the staff started right in on the senior sec- tion. The photography staff efficiently scheduled the senior pictures and, almost before they knew it, the liter- ary staff was bogged down trying to locate lost activities sheets and changing quotes Cnobody, it seemed, liked his quotel. The weeks slipped by and the work load mounted. The editors became more and more haggard, but they could always force a smile and a word of cheer when they met in the halls. Slowly the work progressed in spite of the numerous setbacks lah, no, Hartford can't have lost another batch of pictureslj More and more meetings were called as the final layout took form. The deadline was drawing near and a general meeting was held to find out exactly where we stood. After all the reports had been made, our sponsors gave us a few encouraging words lyour deadline is two weeks from tomorrowl and sent us back to work with renewed vigor. At last our work was completed. It had been a long pull, but all felt that it was worth it. .jf Qc, Jane, Business Manager gay ' Dove, Literary Editor - 1 . Paula and Deane, N, Art Editors ' - Gail and Ginny Layout Editors '9"" Seated, Left to Right: Virginia Hooper, Gail Hooper, Linda Smith, Andrea Cousins, Jane Baker, Paula Height, Jane McAnulty. Standing: Barbara Tiani CBusinessJ, Rita Sutiredini lBusinessJ, Mary Winchester lBusinessJ, Joyce Schilcher CBusinessl, Enid Rankin CBusinessD, Elizabeth Luckhurst CLayoutJ, Margaret McMurray fLayoutD, Nancy Whiteford llayoutl, Joni Du MGYS Cldyoutl, Lora Leight CLayoutJ, Barbara Lust fLiteraryJ, Elizabeth Janie, Photography Editor . x-'-'QS NK'-i'1'NYt ' ' A Shera, Holly Newcomb iBusinessl, Joan Fleck CBusinessD, Sally Stevens CLayoutD, Peter Dixon lPhotographerl, Chip Silloway fliteraryj, Michael Des Tombes iLayoutD, Deann Ellison lBusiness3, Helen Lockwood CBusinessJ, Mary Naylor CLiteraryl, Mr. Kepes and Mr. Smith, Co-Sponsors. Not Shown: Deane Lawrence, Peter Gruber CLiteraryl, Sally Walker Cliteraryj, Fritz Eager CLiteraryl, Andy Briggs Cliteraryj, Dave Emmerich. 81 THE COURANT Throughout the year, hustling, bustling Kay Killingsworth and her eager stat? kept up the re- porting, news-writing, and feature research neces- sary to make the paper bigger and better than ever. The staff tried to print six pages as often as possible while filling the paper with the customarily excellent news coverage, amusing features, and occasional glimpses of the outside world. The retirement in January of their advisor, Mrs. Marsland, shocked the staff, but the members car- ried on, and her sense of accurate and complete news coverage still reigns in the oftice. With the encouragement of Mrs. White, the new advisor, The Courant continued to increase student awareness. This year The Courant also trained a News Bureau, made up of beginning journalists, to cover news for the school page of The Advertiser. It's'1ip t6 the greeable st ue i 0 1-x , n 5' Z 'N git' 'E , so nhlems Et-college tg of time. A com- ampus, according dent wiv doesn't ,nd iq glance left ln 't'f.,?7 J."1,"',.i.,,.t""" . if ' ' me ' ,andwrlth 1 . sl I A it , ... I' - ff Cl f '- .1 4 Hize'wfh1','fli f L-it I 312 bland poly. in, 'even more lege' thqnt in hilh 5 'all high' school he essay wrt, 'Posts-H the High New X. .': '.'B:i?' T112 ind tntun Vlvtko. u Whqttirtm, ' 1 f, 1 Clark 3 oqslm, ,Jody Johndn, a Bhhilli Mimi Low, "McA,n9,Ity,. Terry Me- l intuition. Salim .c .A . 'rw f M' i - t. 1 -.. Pam S" Sand! Tom .4 A --Amish.: ns... Celt s Kay Killingsworth, Editor-in-chief Diann Rabe, Assistant Editor Barbara lust, Features Editor Rose Kelly, Sports Editor Front Row, Lett to Right: Sue Harry, Terry McCarty, Priscilla Spring, Janice O'Connor, Laura leight. Second Row: Judy Johnson, Barbara Lust, Kay Killingsworth, Diann Robe, Rose Kelly, Mary Naylor. Third Row: Steve d'Arazien, Spikes Mitchell, Peggy Simms, Janine Thomas, Midge Oberheim, Robert Bach, Stuart Brown, Tom Story, John Loyd, Lillian Waldmann. Back Row: Robert Polzer, Herbert Smith, Mike Tobler. :v 47 K rr C7 x . , b X X-X ' fl, K ' A X s If I xix 'ff 7 L .1 -xx C K - , . 3. f f . . , A- X V, fl , X , . X :A L . f M F ffifw f 3' U FEL li ,C V! n f i Z5 ZW 544 . vjfff I , r , i t f ART Expression is the word! From a few staunch souls, the art courses of NCHS have grown and diversified amazingly. Mr. Fabry's painters and sketchers have been joined by the sculp- tors under Mr. Jacobson and this year by the interesting de- sign course under Mrs. Hall. The whole department was iumping up and down for weeks after the moulding, sketching, and snipping artists of NCHS walked off with 15 gold keys and 'I6 place certifi- cates in the 1959 Scholastic Art Award Contest. Deane Lawrence and Pam Chatter- ton, with 4 and 9 gold keys respectively, are eligible for art scholarships. 4' "What FUN!" DESIGN The imaginative members of the design classes created intricate and symbolic structures, which ran the gamut from mobiles to complex pa- per shapes. Much of their handiwork graced the interiors of our school, producing strange and varied com- ments as to their worth, but adding greatly to the esthetic stimulation of students. Directed by Mrs. Hall, each clbss met three times a week. The basic purpose of the class was to provide artistic aspirants with a means of ex- pression through art form. gl" sv. CERAMICS The ceramics and sculpturing classes made not only pots and bowls, but also decorative panels, mosaic designs, and plaster sculp- ture. Mr. Jacobson stressed organic forms and conveyed his ideas through bits and pieces of nature which he brought into class. Once they realized that techniques must be perfect, the classes faced the problem of thinking in three dimen- sions. Through built-up and cut-out shapes, new ideas took form. xfef L 4- cg.: g k W CHORALEERS ,PN fyfjjl "Then blend fhey, like green leaves and -D L j l golden flowers, info one beaufiful and per- JU' T fed whole." ,if -Edwin Arnold ' 1 Lowgren, Janet Kingsland, Rose Kelly. Last Row. Amos John Pickering, Kirk Smith, Joe Rucci, John Warnk, Steve Dan Boyko, Peter Deane, Jack Lebel, Bob Herman, Dave h Jim Thornblade, Bill Swallow, Albert Holly, Bill Bed- Dave Kelsey, Tony Zulkeski, Dave Elders, Peter Wilson, Mau- Graves, Mary Ann Pia, Barbara Natale. Exulting with Christianson, exhorting with Bee- thoven, and springing high with Edward Grieg, the choraleers found excitement and beauty in eight- part music. The season began with a bong as the 110 members traveled to Boston to perform before the New England Association of School Superin- tendents. The annual December concert, under the watchful eye of a suspended angel, communicated to the audience the real feeling of Christmas. The group braved February ice and slush to ioin in the dedication of the new post office. When blues and greens could be seen through the open-door of the practice room, they rehearsed music for the spring concert. The underclassmen in the group are un- daunted by the fact that the large group of seniors will be leaving, for the gap will soon be filled. Ann, John, Elaine, Bill, Peggy, Jack Did you hear how they clapped? Hodie, Christus natus est. Front Row, Left to Right: Donna Becker, Diane Everett. Second Row: Peter Freeman, Theodore Craig, Astrid Aagard, Tom Peter- son, Bill Arnott, Mr. Dougherty. Third Row: John Jackson,Gretchen Neal, Wayne Catto, Nancy Blair, Henry Conklin, Susan Harry. Fourth Row: Edward Walworth, David Specht, John Hibbert, Lawrence Arthur, Thomas Jaeger, Thomas Morrow, Hoyt Tuttle. Fifth Row: Kenneth Arnott, Christopher Chase, Dick Perry, Fred Catto, Richard Zaveski, Peter Ward, John O'Shaughnessy, Paul Chipello, Steven Zimmerman, Geoffrey Stelling. Sixth Row: Jack Lebel, John McBrian, Peter Wilson, Harris Bigelow, Andrew Lear, Sandy Hermes, John Pickering. BAND In his second year at New Canaan, Mr. Dougherty worked long and hard to increase both the quality and prestige of the band. The instrumentation was wide and carefully planned, and the band developed its awareness of musical detail. Mr. Dougherty's tire- less work produced a high level of performance never before heard in a New Canaan band. This year the band was heard at football games, assemblies, the spring concert, and at the tri-team festival. Last tall the dance band, organized by Dick Perry and sponsored by Mr. Dougherty, began its meteoric rise to fame. The key to its success was a lively bounce and a sweet and smooth tone. I A .- 1 I All-State '57. Left to Right: Jim Thornblade, Pete Wall, Peggy The Maodmakers: Dick Perry, John Pickering, John Fannon, John McDiarmid, Bill Ford, Jack Lebel, Sandy Hibbert, Mcsrlanf Dove Heefdf, Fred CONG- Laurie Dunbar, Frances Howard. Seated: John Pickering. if iw Q " ig y y E if X Q I l 4 was ! -2 Y 'R N Q' if 5 A- W- 'af gp r ., , as W' M2 .A gf af Q an .- n-4 3,5- Q 24 . if -o 0 LL. in 1 3 .7UA ,x . .fi nfl! S ' , K. I qc M I 1, Q . k -'V ' 1 f 1 . - F ap Q 1 Q 54? JR ,U , , . 'ws , - , A " 1 f K .Ilia . ' 1 s ' A N J' 3 ,V - U 5 1' ' 'M' ' je " '- A Z "W : V rf! lu , I -, L , Buggy "One more word, and I'II kick you in the head!" THE GRASS HARP SENIOR PLAY All cost on stage! sy Deane Anne Tom Story lGrnHInI Alan Butler lMoclx Turflej Wull you won? you? Wnll you won f you? Come and loin the dance' Deann Ellison lRed Queenl Paula Paula Hough? lAluce Dave Elders Dor mousem John Warnln Mad Haftern Your halr wants culhng Holghf CAlsceJ All fhe ways around here belong fo mel ALICE IN WONDERLAND ll. S I Nofhung but a pack of cards' 1 92 JUNIOR PLAY ula Haight lAllcel Barbara Tram fTweedle ml Lora Leigh QTweedle Deej Shoes and ps and sealing wax lyglil B3 Em an 'Im Paula Halghf IAIICEJ Larry DeMof1 lHumpfy Dumplyj A Good Egg HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE JUNHOR PLAY.1959 Dempster Leech lFafherl, Paul Barth KO'MalleyJ, Dave Kelsey lAngierj. "If's called jiuiufsuf' 1-1 ,- Seaied, Left io Right: Judi Whiiney "CordyJ, Dempsfer Leech 'Faiherl, Marry Fabry lMo1herl, Mary Billera 'Mrs. Dukei. Standing: Karin Wanner 'Aunl Maryj, Dave Kelsey lAngierl, Paul Barfh LO'MalleyJ, Liberatore iChorliel, Kendra Baxfer LEmma,, John Jackson 1'Fooimonj, Lynne Knobel lLucyl, Karin Wanner fAun1 Maryj, Judi Whiiney lCordyl Dick Keller Uohnl, Dempster "AII's well fha? ends well." Leech lFafher7. "Well, I'll be damned." 5? -1 K Ann Dick r b"' r,ir HH" iirlif Y PFS nl . ,B ON SPORTS ATHLETICS ARE MORE THAN JUST GAMES AMERICANS WHO REALLY KNOW AND AP PRECIATE ATHLETICS REALIZE THAT THEY ARE A VITAL FORCE AFFECTING THE LIVES OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE AS WELL AS THE STRENGTH OF OUR NATION ATHLETICS EN COURAGE AND DEVELOP ALL THAT IS FINEST IN CHARACTER THEY BREED COURAGE AND ESTABLISH PRINCIPLES OF SPORTSMANSHIP AND FAIR PLAY THEY PLACE EMPHASIS ON STAMINA AND SPIRIT ABOVE ALL THEY PROMOTE RESPECT FOR LOYALTY AND TEAM WORK WHICH REMAINS WITH THE ATHLETE HAS BROUGHT ABOUT AN APPARENT CRUM BLING OF MANY IDEALS THAT MAKE LIFE WORTH LIVING NOW MORE THAN EVER BEFORE IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE MINDS OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE BE OCCUPIED WITH WHOLESOME CONSTRUCTIVE IDEALS WHERE BETTER CAN CHARACTER BE DEVEL OPED LESSONS IN INTEGRITY LOYALTY AND FAIR PLAY BE LEARNED THAN ON THE PRAC TICE AND PLAYING FIELDS OF ATHLETICS? JOSEPH SIKORSKI THROUGHOUT HIS LIFE. THIS "BEATNIK" AGE The soul is nof more than the body . . . fhe body is noi more fhcrn fhe soul. And nofhing is greater fo one fhon one's self is. -Wolf Whifmon Judy Barbara X. Q , 5 . , : E 1 . , 1 1 , Q' 'ff gg i Y . if' Y 1. irst Row Left to Right Sue Greene Midge Oberheim, Judy Pickering, Barbara Tiani, Pat Raymond. Second Row Lola Pla Sandy Lowgren Sandy Hibbert, Mary Winchester, Signe Lowgren. CHEERLEADING Captained by Judy Pickering, the ten regular and two substitute cheerleaders vig- orously cheered us through this year's foot- ball and basketball season. Under the super- vision of Miss Murphy and Miss Hereford, they lumped, stamped, and shouted until they were hoarse. Practice sessions were held each day during the football season and twice a week during the basketball season. The supple ac- robats were chosen by first trying out before Miss Murphy and the cheerleaders from the previous year, and then before a body of teachers, who made the final eliminations. Midge The Red and the Black Marilyn Anne FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD New Canaan Fox Lane .... .. 7 New Canaan Westport .... .. 0 New Canaan Norwalk .... .. 6 New Canaan St. Mary's ....... .. 0 New Canaan Andrew Ward .... .. 6 New Canaan Darien ........... ..... 'I 4 FOOTBALL "Onward, New Canaan, fight to the end." These words from our school fight-song best express the spirit of our hard- playing football team. Pitted against much larger foes, due to our being placed in the Class B league, New Canaan's spirited squad moved out on the field and didn't stop fight- ing until the final gun. As testimony to its "never-say-die" attitude, the team rose on four out of six occasions to trounce its formidable opposition. After a vigorous pre-season workout, hopes and expec- tations were high as we went into our first game at Mt. Kisko. Unhappily this nip-and-tuck battle was destined to be our first loss, as well. Our next match proved to be a more successful venture Varsity Football. First Row, Left to Right: Dave Talmage, Danny Vitti, Chris Albright, Dave Elders, Lennie Smith, Skip Raymond, Amos Musilli, Bob Rohner. Second Row: Pete Davidson, Bill Ford, Bill Keller, Lewis Paglialungo, Joe Fasano, Pete Deane, Paul Dauk, Peter Smith, John Pickering, Buzz Stewart, Lennie Harris. Third as we triumphed over Westport, 20-0. With this smashing victory in our pockets, we went on to trample Norwalk, 16-6, massacre St. Mary's, 42-0, and topple Andrew Ward, 'I2-6. The student body turned out almost to the man to view our final contest, the annual Darien-New Canaan skirmish. It was a pitched battle all the way, New Canaan fending off its opponent's onslaughts valiantly and threatening its arch-rival's goal time and time again. However, our team went down in defeat. Under the able guidance of Coach Joe Sikorski and co-captained by Pete Deane and Joe Fasano, our squad showed great drive and fighting spirit which should set a precedent for next year's team. Row: Coach Borgman, Dave Chase, Kent Barker, .lim Humphries, Gary Buckley, Brion Harvard, Pete DiVenere, Tom Wood, John Warnk, Kirk Smith, Bill Averett, Henry Andronaco, Paul Barth, Coach Sikorski. OE I D. Pete Paul John Skip Bill LEW Buzzy 1. ' ' , ff 9 1, fb iw 4 Duve L D 6 1 1 WM John 3 P Vi Ea fa- 1--W 'fe vw 4, vl ".X,,' 'L ' if if 5, Y y 'Rfk : Y 5 1 , F2 la. .W X4.0. A! f ,g-ow EW 1' And they fought like bears! Soccer Team: First Row, Left to Right: Ralf Schaarchmidt, Bill lrwin, Art Chivvis, Wyman Rousseau, Peter Gruber, Andy Lear, Robin Humphrey, Jim Kelly. Second Row: Coach Murphy, Alan Butler, Bob Miller, John McDiarmid, Dove Jones, Mark Sullivan, Creigh- ton Cramer, Marcy Sellew, Tom Morrow, Ted Schmidt, Bill Bedford, Steve Corrie, Bill Swallow, Chuck Griffiths CManagerl. Cross Country Team: First Row, Left to Right: Dick Seale, Joe Callaway, Pete Wilson, Pete Vernon, Tom Story, .lim Nield, Ted Benedict, Chris Chase. Second Row: Jim Dud- ley, Monte Brooks, Creighton Conner, Steve Gravereaux, Larry DeMott, Coach Reed. SOCCER TEAM The soccer team played a reg- ular schedule for the first time last fall. After one week of prac- tice, Coach Murphy cut the squad down to twenty-two hardy mem- bers. The team battled for three wins and suffered four losses. The season culminated with a five-one triumph over Greenwich, one of the finest teams in the area. CROSS COUNTRY In its first year of formal com- petition, New Canaan's Cross Country team placed fifth in state competition and seventh at the County Meet. We started the seo- son by defeating Roger Ludlow, but unfortunately we dropped the next five meets to Danbury, Fair- field Prep, Stamford, Norwalk, and Greenwich. The meets were enlivened by occasional sallies into Norwalk fgood grief, where's the finish line?J. 101 fs .4 N it Dick New Canaan ..,. 40 Abbot Tech ........ New Canaan ,... 83 Wright Tech ........ New Canaan .... 47 Greenwich .......... New Canaan .... 37 Stamford ............ New Canaan .... 57 Alumni Game ....,. New Canaan .... 53 Abbot Tech ........ New Canaan ..., 42 Andrew Ward .... New Canaan .... 55 Darien ................ New Canaan .... 44 Norwalk .... .... New Canaan .... 46 Westport .... .... New Canaan .... 72 Danbury .... .... SCOREBOARD New New New New New New New New New New Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Canaan Ludlowe Greenwich Stamford Wright Tech Andrew Ward Darien .. Norwalk Westport Danbury Ludlowe Aly I Varsity Basketball Team: First Row, Left to Right: Lennie Harris, Bill Mord, Graham Carr, Steve Scott, Paul Dauk. Second Row: Coach Murphy, Arthur Russo, Skip Raymond, Dick Perry iManagerJ. BASKETBALL This year's basketball team fought through the longest and toughest season in the school's history. The team played a total of twenty-one games, finishing with a ten and eleven record. Although we had a losing season, we scored 1,119 points for a 53 points per game average. Ironic- ally, our total point output exceeded the number of points which were scored against us during the entire season. Leading Coach Murphy's hoopsters in individual scoring was Co-captain Graham Corr with 370 points. This makes him the fourth highest scorer in the history of New Canaan basketball. The scoring was well distributed among the team this year. Fol- lowing Graham were Co-captain Steve Scott with 156, Paul Dauk with 141, and Pete Deane with 122. The other members scored well also. Chris Chase added 56, Monte Brooks 27, Skip Haymond 22, Art Russo 19, Bill Ford 11, Dave Jones 9, and Pete DiVenere 6. The iunior varsity team, coached by Mr. Duguid, should form a solid nucleus of next year's team. J.V. Basketball Team: First Row, Left to Right: John McDiarm d J m Cody Gary Bukley Tom Wood, Carl Caputo. Second Row: Peter Ferris, Peter DiVenere Alex Reid Crelgh ton Conner, Bob Miller. 1 Sieve Ar! SHP Paul I A ,N 32 Bill Pete Graham , XM. In ,, xx! K ' X k . f N.. X 'lil R K ,. X... - I v LL We had our ups cmd downs -'06 Joe -R9 1, 1, e Hockey. First Row, Left to Right: David Talmadge, Chip Silloway, David Elders, Bill Keller, Wayne Catto Ted Thompson, Steve Graveroux, David Heerdt, Peter Dixon. Second Row: Mr. Brooksl Managerl Steve Corie, Harris Bigelow, Garry Odell, Art Chivvis, Bruce Taylor, Kent Smith, Joe Rucci, Kevin Lahey Geoff Minnick, King Chapin, Bruce Titus, Peter Wilson, Mr. Lewis CAssistant Monagerj, HOCKEY Three years ago no one in NCHS knew anything about a sport called ice hockey. Now, almost every one in the school can tell you that this year's team had a T2-3-3 record and contended in the New England Hockey Tourney. This year has definitely been the climax for the senior hockeymen who, ever since that first day three years ago, have been looking forward to the time when hockey would become a regular school sport. Although the team will be losing many of its old standbys, a prece- dent will have been set that will stand for many years, and hockey will grow even more, This season, only 38 goals were scored against us, while we scored 80 goals against some of the roughest opposition in the state, losing only to Amity, Wilbur Cross, and Darien. Of these eighty goals, many were scored in the final period of o tense game. Dave Elders led the team with 22 goals, Dave Talmage CCaptainJ scored l2, Steve Grover- aux followed with lO, and Chip Silloway added 'lO. Dave Heerdt, Pete Dixon, and Bill Keller increased the total point output with 6, 6, and 4, respectively. As we look back on our years at NCHS, the senior hockey players will remember the year when they had a 12-3-3 record and almost went Pete, Steve to the hockey tournament. L - aw- -- Dave I 'tg rf E Teddy Dave Elders, Dave Heedf, Sieve Groverecux Q , x 52 ' PKC-cikx I VJ ' of Y if, Chip QL . ,- -1 Mr. Brooks X X Bill , ...- ii Even Yhe English fecchers came! ...- lui R . ,, .v.d'0"' I1 .mb 7X lx X "' ' Varsity Basketball. Front Row, Left to Right: Susan Green, Sandy Hibbert, Pat Raymond, Judy Pickering, Joan Fleck, Sally Stevens, Mary Winchester, Midge Oberheim, Judy Caroll, Lola Pia, Marilyn Moon. Second Row: Penny Raymond, Laurie Dunbar, Sue Elders, Barbara Tiani, Jane Von Min Hereford Steeden, Maureen Graves, Sandy Lowgren, Nancy Whiteford, Signe Low- gren, Marta Apy, Enid Rankin. Third Row: Jill Hooper, Rose Marie Braun, Lucille Bump, Judy Peterson, Linda Peterson, M'K Blood, Lynne Fairty, Elizabeth Ludwig, Susan Harry, Miss Hereford. A -X A A,,, ,kg ,A 'Q Varsity Hockey. First Row, Left to Right: Jane Baker, Sue Green, Lucille Bump, Jill Hooper, Rose Kelly, Lora Leigh, Holly Newcomb, Pat Raymond, Sue Elders, Midge Oberheim, Lola Pia, Judy Peterson, Marilyn Moon. Back Row: Miss Hereford, Rose Marie Braun, Paula Haight, Marion Morse, Signe Lowgren, Sandy Hibbert, Judy Pickering, Joon Fleck, Meg McMur- ray, Dianne Robe, Jane Van Steeden, Kathy O'Connell, Judy Whitlock, Mary Winchester, Nancy Whiteford, Janice O'Connor, Lynne Foirty, Sally Stevens, Betty Ludwig. The best pilots stand on the shore GIRLS' SPORTS Girls' sports did not end at 2:30, instead, 166 shin- guarded girls trouped out for varsity and intramural field hockey, and 151 female athletes developed their skill in basketball. Forty girls were chosen for varsity volleyball, one of the most difficult sports offered this year. After- school bowling crowded the nearby alleys with strong- armed participants. Energetic students stretched winter muscles at mod- ern dance sessions while another group tumbled on the trampoline. Fist ball, introduced for the first time, resulted in new enthusiasm and red wrists, while once again the ping-pong experts battled for class cham- pionships. The Saturday badminton tournament was the har- binger of spring sports which include softball, tennis, and archery. 1 Mix ed shin-chopping PC .Il l x U! -, lt'x only a game. H0 I f X l i Q f'.i is K , 'Q i Getting in Shape i Li, Q. W QPM i , W 4, iw Hifi QM? ' LL Fil- xy K- 4 i . xl r Thcfs a new fwisi! L Nothing walks like u dame 536 eww V ,.p.Q. 'l44.u . Ag --b'C'+:vV'9 V - 01e?, - 'ws--A V- ,,?,' 9 9 .g5.+. 4.9.4 .Q4.,'u - -4 0. W e 'lllig 'lili- 4-1--I-2 -. A Iv'- - T Y 5 4- . 1419 'lfu -:sr ' f Candy and friend. Munchfime. I see, I fake parf, I hear fhe whole -Wolf Whifmcm 9 L, X-'C id 'Ni ' "lo, fly, 'ti 'Q . :M I, . Kavhy, Jonny, Bill and Bill -.s-'A ':. Robyn Amos X., " 1.4 A n ?w?g??w P 0 -go ,. 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Emery Co. Pine Street Z.. ' Y-it-g.r,, fr.:- ,... an.v-i..,,,g 4, N Elmcrest Elm Street The Kari Chevrolet Co Elm Street Personalized Laundry and Dry Cleaners Baldwin Avenue l 1 4k Weed and Duryea Grove Street -SRM Modern Plumbing and Heating Cherry Street -4 fl 4 . 5'2"f" I n Y N .J.f Carl Ruscoe, Inc. ....., 13 Elm Street .Q new 'J 1 ,, Qs, fiiql 'M Jw' ..0 .QQ P Y 4 ' 1,3 f' S. B. Hoyt, IHC. ..... ,,,, M Qin Street The Home Oil Co. .,.. ...,. E lm Street Mr and Mrs Rnchard W Baker Mr and Mrs W S Bedford Belcher s Inc Gllbert K Blass lnc Bouton 8. Company Inc Mr and Mrs Wulluam Boyko Breslow Brothers Brotherhood 8. Hngley Inc Candlelught Restaurant Country Trader Mr and Mrs Norman Cousins Cushman Brothers Company Dagmar s Restaurant The Darby Company and Mrs Peter Dauk and Mrs George W Davudson and Mrs lrwm Elders and Mrs Harry Emmerich Fletcher s Restaurant Mr and Mrs Curry E Ford Ellnott Gilmore Mr and Mrs Max Gruber Mr and Mrs Robert V Harry Hulbert Brothers T de F Hobb Mr and Mrs Wllllam D Hooper Hoyt Oul Company Jake s Barber Shop Jay Cluftord Salon of Beauty Kaldon s Katzenbach 81 Warren Inc Lebows Suburban Bootery Mr and Mrs Samuel F Lengh Mr Warren S Lockwood Lormg Studios Weed Street Beech Road 11 Burtns Avenue 32 Grove Street 38 Grove Street 'I4 Sunruse Avenue 14 Elm Street 79 Elm Street Pune Street 129 Mann Street Snlvermnne Road Pune Street 14 South Avenue 'I6 Cherry Street Oenoke Ridge Road Ramhorne Road Ponus Ridge Road West Cross Road 12 Forest Street Parush Road 2 Ledge Avenue 6 Oak Street West Htlls Road lll Mann Street 36 Grove Street Marvin Ridge Road 32 Grove Street T00 Mann Street Pune Street 4 South Avenue Pune Street 6 Elm Street Buttery Road Rosebrook Road Stamford and Hartford Mr. . ..........,.......,................,......,.............,............ . 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Old Stamford Road 124 Mr and Mrs Charles A Luckhurst Mr and Mrs Albert P Mathers Macrr Refrngeratron Appltance Servrce Mr and Mrs John F McAnulty R B Morse Agency Inc Murphys 5 81 10 Mr and Mrs Gerardo Musrllr New Canaan Advertnser New Canaan Book Shop New Canaan Fuel and Lumber Company New Canaan Shoe Reparr Mr and Mrs Adam H Oberherm Paggy s Restaurant Mr and Mrs R L Rankm Mr and Mrs Carlton S Raymond Runyon s Pharmacy Dr Edward J Sawucky Mr and Mrs Joseph P Schllcher Mr and Mrs Gorham H Scott Seymour Guft Shop Mr and Mrs D C Shera Srllrmans Inc Mrs Catherme Simms J Elliott Smnth Assocrates Mr and Mrs Burton Cedruc Smnth John C Smith Inc Stevens Auto Cab Company Gustav Strauss Inc Taylor s Inc Thornton Fuller Inc Town and Country Shoes Mr 8. 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' , I . ...................................... ............... .......... . 125 Yesterday was the flrst day of sprung ln the yearbook room ot the hugh school we opened all the windows and felt the sun come slldmg warmly nnslde On each desk was a folder of pnctures one page of the yearbook We saw our Ideas gathered into tanglble photography and written words and we wondered lt It would say what we had orlglnally wanted to say to speak for the whole of us Splnnters of lndlvldual feelmg move together into one expression of thought In relating one person to a group of persons In relating that person to himself we hope that the reader wlll see that all are but parts of one stupendous whole The Editors 126 As members ofthe yearbook statt, as members of the school, we have tried ll I ll O friend, whoever you are, af lasf arriving hither fo com- mence, I feel fhrough every leaf fhe pressure of your hand, which I refurn. 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