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

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US dashing to get in out of the rain iumping up to see over the heads ot the crowd singing together on our way the crack of a somewhere us hearing new book as we open it and tomb-digging in the New York Public Library and in the void of midnight pondering the tire of ideas peace of knowing conquering ot a challenge are us the pulse of life the care to be best the laugh that is ioy exuberance Nofhing ever succeeds which exubercmf spirifs have nof helped fo produce. -The Twilighf of The Idols ,iswffw . , w e .s W -wfgvqg, 4 1 W? , Q gzesiinfiiigg , LV E 'b M A Q fs sc ,. as swfH3.41:.:g5:-,f:'fmz.:: ,. A -sf: ,, .,., , 3 f f -- . Published by New Canaan High School New Canaan, Connecticut Vol. XXX 1960 C C N T E N T S Faculty 6 Seniors 24 Uncierclassmen 66 Activities 88 Athletics 122 Advertising 145 PERANNCJS Exuberance is beauty. -William Blake I M, ,-fq,ff2.fi. ,141 Awww 1 W , we jx". -If A Y r, Q5 . "rife ' ' 1. 'F 11 In 5 , ,ff mfg JN' ,Q ag, ,L Izzy. 21 1-5-'Lil-fj I 'mf , 'Q is ' I J. li 1? "R, :ff- -.JR E515 'A FAC U LTY it Mr. Albert Mathers, B.S., M.A. Superintendent of Schools Mr. Frank E. Strong, B.A., M.A. Assistant Superintendent of Schools I. f 5 S L , Mr. Harold S. Kenney, B.S., M.Ed., M.A., Headmaster Mr. James O. St. Clair, B.A., M.A.T. Assistant Headmaster S l y in I J t ff i Mrs. Ruth Peterson, Guidance Secretary The office, and all its satellites, is constantly swarming with students. This is not surprising, for we all find assistance here. Helping us on the way to college are Miss Tribble and Miss Murphy, and helping them is Mrs. Peterson. Meting out discipline or friendly advice is Mr. St. Clair. Mrs. Norton maintains a balance in our class treasuries, and how could we get along without Mrs. Donino's clickclick- clickclick? Finally, Mr. Kenney coordi- nates all aspects of our school curricu- lum. Miss 5. Elizabeth Tribble, B.S., M.A. Director of Guidance Miss Madeline Murphy, B.S., M.A., Guidance Mrs. Ruth Donino and Mrs. Jean Norton, Secretaries A . QM Mrs Janet White BA M.A. There I go calling you people Mr. Richard Kepes, B.A., Ed.M. Hm we seem to have gotten off the track." Mr. Matthew J. Coyle, B.S., M.A. OK you guys back there in the cheap seats." ENGLISH Purists beware! Structural lingui- stics are infiltrating the English cle- partment. While grammar no longer prescribes but describes, Shake- speare, Dostoevsky, Thoreau and company remain the same, and the English teachers are sure that jour- nals and-research papers will be in style for at least a few more years. Mr. Ronald Hallett, B.S., M.A. Around the world in 80 days . . . Mrs. Jeannette Bluhm, B.A., M.A., LLB., LLM. "Don't take the thumbtac-ks out of the pictures, bays Mr. Warren A. Smith, B.A., M.A., Professional Diploma "You can't be archaic and have it too." ' When I was ai fhe Sorbonne . . . " 1- Mr. James O. St. Clair, A.B., A.M.T. "lf we're going fo play games, you'll have fo be quicker." Mr. Carl Howard, B.A., M.A. 'I2 Mrs. Jeanne Bertoli, B.A., M.A. "There's a wonderful speaker af fha Alliance fhis affernoon Mr. D. Wayne Newell, B.A., M.A. "Let's have a little more French flavor, Monsieur LANGUAGES Within the last two years, the veteran members of the language department, Latin and French, have been supplemented by two new partners, Spanish and Russian. Spanish, now in its second year, taught by Mr. Newell, will soon be a full-fledged four year subiect. Russian, though it is only in its first year, has burst forth with wonderful success from its habi- tation in the cloak room under the dynamic teaching of Mr. Allen. B sr ,,.v,r4mf- --'-' Mr. Joseph Colaninno, B.A., M.A.T "Here kitty, kitty, kitty . . . " Q. -Y ,sk K 1' ewes A si I fi6iWif?953 tm ssugssz, , -sz we , i Y, .nu-.. Miss Pauline Ames, A.B., Ed.M. Mr, Jghn Allen, A.B' "Maybe you learned it differently." 13 "All 95 averages get a free course in reconstructed Indo-European.' Mr. Dean Borgman, B.A. M.A. "ls everybody -happy?" Mr. Maifhew J. Coyle, B.S., M.A. "OK you guys back fhere in fhe cheap seals . . . " annum-nw e""""Bvwl fr- 8 Mr. Anhur D- Lane, BIS., Ed'M., M.A. Mr. Chrisiopher Collier, A.B., M.A. "Suppose l'm ihe manufacfurer of Genuine Grass Tahifian Bikini Bafhing Suifs . . . " 14 "Shall we see a movie or discuss the chapfer?" HUMANITIES Mr. Collier tried to scare his l.R. students away at the first of the year with dire pre- dictions about his college standard course. However, he only succeeded in winning their enthusiasm, and now they are confirmed historians. In all the history classes movies are an integral port of the program. The history teachers are grateful to Miss Lord for her brightly efficient library, and the books which she puts on reserve for them. Mr. Robert Reed, B.A., A.M.T. "Those Seniors think they have it pretty good." f E 5 5 f Mr. Richard W. Cressy, B.A., M.A. S On Sabbatical Leave 9 5 2 a i 2 E it Q M. Miss Virginia Lord, Ed.M., B.S.E. "Do you notice anything different about the library?" Mr. Corby lewis, B.A., M.A. "Bridgette is my type." 15 2, f 4: ff "l'm a Mile guy buf I ve gof a lol lo say You can charge fhose iubes 2 .. 5 ff f 3 Mr. V. Edgar Lind, B.S., M.A. Mr. William C. Page, B.S. Well, if you did it right, it wouldn't explode." "What are the factors determining . . . ?" MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE New concepts of mathematics and science offer a challenge to students and teachers alike. In addition to the traditional secondary school courses, advanced mathe- matics students have the opportunity to study set theory, integral and differential calculus, and even boolean alge- bra. Science students are also offered advanced courses in biology and atomic physics as well as a hard core of geology, physics, chemistry and first year biology. All stu- dents benefit from homogeneous grouping. Mr, A. Keith Littlefield, B.s., M.A. 17 "Now, are there ony questions, Miss?" Mr. Bones l 2 W ,que Mr. Paul Brooks B S "The die is cost here folks J ART Mr. Alois Fabry, Jr., B.F,A. "Art is something you feel." From the art department comes an amazing vari- ety of work. The art classes, under the instruction of Mr. Fabry, have won many awards in scholastic com- petition. Ceramics, taught by the well-known ceramist, Albert Jacobson, and design, expertly taught by Mrs. 2 ' Hall, have also won recognition in their classes. To- ni , , gether they are one of the most complete and stimu- Y an-ec .- WM- --- - M-W N lating High School art departments in the area. s Mr. Albert Jacobson "I don'f like to discipline, nor to be disciplined." Mrs. Bernice Hall, B.A., M.A. "Make it larger and hang it -I8 from the ceiling." wifi5Q5k3it S525ih3P3-ZEN: H iisliliiliili1li?M5iZli?Ziif4..w:5Y ?J?iili1iiIs?,5!5'l'I5ii!xB3fffiii -iflltds AND MUSIC Toot, bloop, squeek, klunk, twing . . . Strange sounds come from the practice rooms in our music wing but the result is jazzy. Our beautifully uniformed banclmembers, the Girls Glee Club, Mr. Dougherty, and Mrs. Hilton, all contribute to make our N.C.H.S. music depart- ment one of the best in the area. Mr. Arthur Dougherty, B.S., M.A. "Now, let's hear the woodwind: play it." Mrs. Jane E. Hilton, B.A., B.Mus "Altos, you'd better help the tenors a little Dr. Hulmer Wall, Ed.D. Director of Music for New Canaan Schools y ., L I N., O, Mrs. Phyllis Dixon, B.S., M,S. "Don'I wipe off fhe counfers wifh fhe dishfowelf' HOME ECONOMICS COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL Under the skilled leadership of Mr. Streeter, bowls, bookcases, and chessboards are expertly made by the do-if-yourself boys in shop. Mr. Larson and Mr. Hague come to school once a day to teach mechani- cal drawers fhe art of using a T- Y 7 1 N .gl . 1 Mr. Harry E. Larson, B.S. Mr. Gordon Slreeier, Induslrial Arls You've had a week Io do a drawing and "LeI's see some nice work, boys." you've only finished Ihe side view." Miss.Jane E. Carrick, A.B., B.S., Ed.M. "Apparently you girls haven't read the book ARTS square. Miss Leatherland helps students on their way to a business career, ancl Mrs. Haskell has future secretaries typing at 80 wpm. Future housewives can even learn to sew their own clothes and to cook a yummy meal in home economics class, and of course, the efficient Miss Carrick and Mrs. Dixon are always on hand to help. MV- Norman H0909 5-5-, MA- Miss Mildred Haskell B S B A "The F. B. I. wants your fingerprinisp I don'f." The quick brown fox lump, aye, ph, iihunuvf Miss Leslie Hereford, B.S. Any normal sixteen year old girl should be able to touch her toes." Mr Joseph Slkorski, Oh to be young again!" 'ta - ' "3 Q y A p -5 Y N 1 Miss Madeline Murphy, A.B., M.A. "The bulletin board is the culmination of my esthetic abilities." ATHLETICS AND Snow can not keep the boys in the gym. Well into the winter Coach Sikorski and Coach Mur- phy have them practice outside so that they keep their top physi- cal condition. Miss Hereford, being a little more gentle with the girls, leads them, indoors, in modern dance and exercise to keep their bodies strong and sup- ple. Basketball ond fistboll are popular, as is fencing, now in its first year at New Canaan. Mr. William Murphy, B.S. "Now gentlemen, no passes." Miss Jean Cody, R.N. School Nurse MAINTENANCE Maintenance Staff, Seated, Left to Right: Mr. Wal- ter Britton, Mrs. Mary J. Knell, Mr. Aaron Jelliff, Building Superintendent. Standing: Mr, Clifford Blanchard, Mr. Azel Guerney, Mr. Royal Stradinger. Culinary Staff, First Row, Left to Right: Phyllis Burnham, louise Dubouos, Nanabel Edwards, Gi- selle Bimmel, Kathleen Monahan. Second Row: Muriel lucas, Gladys Sparks, Norma Specht, Murial Mallard. 7 El M B rn.c or W P1 x 'K Sri . A -' l to .A , M Q wa My' . rfvwgazvdfaerf. . N harm,ulffrggffmiw J 3 Y - J f , 40 ,RST OLAF BERND ANDRAE "ldeas control the world, but they are born out of understanding." lAmerican Field Service Student, Ger- many, September, 1959.5 Perannos CPhotography Staff, 4, Soccer CVarsityJ 4, Tennis. 4. "Nonsense." . . . "let's get some more goals." . . . "American girls are an interesting species!" . . . Germany's grandest . . . "Well, that's tough!" . . . "Wl1ere's Dave?" . . . "Well, I don't know about that." GABRIELIE ARAKELIAN "A witty woman is a treasure." National Honor Society 3, 4, Perannos fPhotography Staffj 4, Intramurals 2, 4, Photography Club 2, Debating Club 4, Ceramics Club 3, Senior Play lRead- ing Committee, Prompterj, Junior Play lSetsJ, Class Ways and Means 4. "Most people curl their hair but I have to straighten minel" . . . Infectious giggle . . . "There's a faint possibility that I might be accepted at Dropsy." . . . Gamin . . . "I think you have a warped sense of humor," RONAY ARLT "Science is the labor and handicraft of the mind, poetry its recreation." Southwestern Connecticut Science Fair Award 2, lWinnerD 3, New England Science Fair 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Scholastic Art Award lPlaceD I, Perannos fPhotography Staffl 4, Hockey Uunior Varsityl 3, Tennis 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, French Club 2, lVice-Presi- dent, 3, Fairfield County Science Sem- inar 4, Junior Play lAssistant Chairman of Businessb, Senior Play lUsheringJ, Concessions Committee 4, Ways and Means Committee 3. "Oh Lord!" . . . "l've got twenty chickens in my bathroom." . . . "What are we doing in anatomy today?" . . . Wonderful science student. MARYLIN BENTLEY ARTHUR "There was something strange and extraordinary about her." lTransferred from Louise S. McGehee School, New Orleans, louisiana, Sep- tember, l957.J National Honor Society 3, 4, French Club lPresidentJ 3, Creative Writing Club 2, Choraleers 2, 3, Perannos lCo- ordinating Editorj 4, Spectator lEditorial Boardj 2, 3, Intramurals 2, Greek 2, 3, 4, Junior Play lStudent Director 3, Play Committee lCo-chairman, 3, 4, Senior Play lAltisidora, Music Chairmanl 4, Class Ways and Means 3, Scholastic Writing Award CGold keyl 2. "That's really, really neat." . . . Per- petually awake . . . "I mean, geel" . . . Holier than thou . . . "Olney dokey, smokeyl" . . . Sweetie pie . . . "The flowers that bloom in the spring, tra-la." . . . "Awright already!" . . . Ridiculous Altisidora. SEIN Standing: John McDiarmid, President, William Irwin, Secretary. Seated: Sue Greene, Treasurer, Rita Suffredini, Vice- President. ORS KENT MICHAEL BARKER "A man tl-vat's fond of stirring must be a spoon." Football Uunior Varsityj I, 2, lVarsityI 3, 4, Track Warsityj 1, 2, 3, 47 Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. Baker . . . "Umgotz" . . . Speedy Timber Topper . . . "let's go North." . . . Hud- sons forever . . . 4 F. PAUL WORTHAN BARTH "From tavern to tavern youth dances along with an arm full of girl and a heart full of song." Audio-Visual Squad 'I, 2, 3, 4: Football I, fTeam Managerl 2, 3, Track 2, Fire Drill Committee 4, Junior Prom Uicketsh Junior Play iO'MaIley, Ticketslg Senior Play Uohn Palomeque, Ticketsl. - "I have to deliver flowers." . . . "Hey, GopcevicI" . . . "You goofbaIII" . . . Ridge Runner 9953. C. DAVID AUSTIN "Without organization there can be no progress." National Honor Society 4, Student Coun- cil fRepresentativel 3, ilaresidentl 45 Class Vice-President 2, Handbook CChairmanb 3, 45 Amateur Radio Club 'I, 2, 3, Debating Club 45 Perannos flayout Staffl 4, Intramurals 2, 35 Sen- ior Play CDr. Rezioip Junior Play Cliving- stonj. "I hate quototionsI" . . . Advisor . . "Take it away!" . . ."-- - -- -" . Ham radio . . . "Dave." WILLIAM L. AVRETT "We are the boys that fear no noise." Football Uunior Varsity! 2, Warsityi 3, 4, Track lVarsityJ I, 2, 3, 47 Rifle Club 27 Junior Play CPropertieslp Senior Play lPrisonerl, Junior Dance Committee, Jun- ior Prom Committee lDecorationsJ. "Bill" . . . "You see Pat?" . . . Muslreteer 9992 . . . "One more swim." . . . "I like you the way you are." . . . "Hey, Jerryl They're playing the role again!" . . . "Not with my carI" KENDRA BAXTER "lt's nice to be natural when you are naturally nice." Choraleers 2, 3, Ureasurerl 4, Glee Club 1, Student Council CSocial Com- mittee, Co-Chairmanl 4, G. O. Refresh- ments Committee 4, Junior Play CEmmaD, Senior Play lPropertiesJ, Ways and Means Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Perannos 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 2, Debat- ing Club 4. "Oh noi" . . . "Really?" . . . "Have you signed my cast?" . . . "Oh grubl" . . . "l can't wait to go skiing." . . . "Honest- ly, I don't know what I'm going to do." . . . "Where's Sonia?" CAROLYN CAREY BEALLE "She capers, she dances, she has the eyes ot youth." fTransferred from Sanford Prep, Hockes- sin, Delaware, September, 1959.1 Student Council 3, 4, Gavel Girl 3, May Court 3, Glee Club 3, Hockey Warsityl 3, Basketball IVarsityJ 3, Softball War- sityl 3: "Carey" . . . "The most terrible thing happenedl" . . . Starry yes . . . "Oh, you're kidding." . . . "They aren't my boy friend's sweaters!" . . . "What's homework?" NANCY BELKNAP "The modest charm of not too much, part seen, imagined part." Photography Club 2, Ways and Means Committee 4, Junior Play fMake-uplp Senior Play fReading Committee, Chair- man of Make-up, Refreshmentsl, Con- cessions Committee 4. "Nan" . . . "Where did I leave my car key?" . . . "Did you get an invitation to that dance?" . . . "That's a nice color for you." . . . "Well, I don't know, but I'll try." . . . "Oh gee whizl" MARY ANN FRANCES Q. BILLERA "A woman's hair is her crowning glory." Courant 3, Hockey Uunior Varsityj 4, Perannos CBusiness Staffl 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Writing Club 2, Drama Club 3, Bridge Club 4, Spanish Club 4, De- bating Club 4, Junior Play QMrs. Dukel, Class Ways and Means 2, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, Senior Play CPrompterJ, Jun- ior Prom Decoration Committee. "I'm not cheap, I only hit Cadillacs." . . . That Exeter sweat-shirt . . . "Who, me?" . . . "I've been there!" 28 wi . 5, NANCY PRISCILLA BLOD "Both short and sweet some say is best." Perannos llayouti 47 Photography Club 2i Ceramics Club 3, 47 Homecoming Court 47 Junior Prom Decorations Com- mitteeg Junior Play lChairman of Usher- ingi7 Ways and Means Committee 47 Senior Play fCo-chairman ot Costumes, Reading Committeei7 Intramurals 'l, 2, 3, 47 National Honor Society 4. "Oh, how precious!" . . . The ceramist . . . "Blodinski" . . . "l have a new modern dance." . . . "We can always change goalie pads into armour." MARY K. BLOOD "You can't help respecting anybody who can spell TUESDAY, even it she doesn't spell it right." National Honor Society 3, fTreasurerJ 47 Perannos lPhotography Editorj 47 Cou- rant 47 Basketball Uunior Varsityi 3, lManagerJ 47 Softball Warsityj 37 Bowl- ing 37 Fencing Club 47 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 47 Rifle Club 27 Photography Club fPresiclentD 3, 47 Junior Telephone Book Committee7 Cook Book Committee 'I7 Junior Play lBusiness and Set Commit- TEESM Senior Play fPrompter, Reading and Properties CommitteesJ7 Ways and Means Committee CCo-Chairmani 47 Concessions Committee 4. "M'K" . . . "ReaIly?" . . . "Ott in a cloud of turtle dust!" . . . Mehitabel . . . "Open mouth - extract foot" . . "Spastic." MONTE PAUL BROOKS "First in the hearts of his fellow citizens." National Honor Society 47 Baseball Warsityl 1, 2, 3, Ai Basketball Uunior Varsityi 'l, 2, Warsityl 3, 47 Football Uunior Varsityi 27 Cross Country fVar- sityi 37 Senior Play CTickets77 Ways and Means Committee 2, 3. "Green Mountain bay" . . . "You mean the ball goes through this basket?" . . . Foul shooting record . . . Hockey dump- ing squad . . . Sports Encyclopedia 9992. CAROL BROWN "A little of what you fancy does you good." Student Council Ureasureri 47 lntra- murals 27 Ceramics Club 27 Talent Show 37 Basketball lCoptainJ 37 Pep Club 27 Class Ways and Means 27 Dance Com- mittee 27 Junior Play lMake-up Chair- monJ7 Senior Play CSets, Costume, Make-up, Refreshmentsi. "Call me Cookie!" . . . "Honestly, how iuvenile!" . . . "l got a letter." . . . "Hi there! Oh well, what can we do?" 29 s .fs .. .5 is in Q A A No.5 ew H f W K as s is i it ,.,. ,wr-1. n. .wr .7 wr ,i.2't'.- iz rswfii- ,, ,,. .r .f fc ,gsm . .,,e,.,e x r 2624572 xi .vs M., f Hex SANDRA JEAN BROWN "She was a phantom of delight." Thespian Club 2, 3, Junior Play lMake- upi, Ways and Means Committee 3. "Sandy" . . . "l'll remember only Joey" . . . "Rapunzel" . . . "lt's squished, not squashed." . . . "Can I have a ride down town?" STUART HALLER BROWN "Youth on the prowl, and pleasure at the helm." QTransferred from The Salisbury School, Salisbury, Connecticut, January, 1959.1 Homecoming Court 4, Courant 1, 2, 3, CSports Editorl 4, Perannos 2, 3, lliter- ary Staff, Sportsj 4, Baseball fVarsityi 2, Hockey I, Uunior Varsity, 2, Warsityi 4, Football 'l, Uunior Varsityi 2, War- sityl 3, 4, Basketball 'l, Track I, War- sityi 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Journalism Club I, Junior Play lStage Crewl, Sen- ior Play lAndresJ, Ways and Means Committee I, 4, Student Council iSer- vice Committee, 3, fSocial Committee, 4, Junior Prom fChairmanJ, Senior Bon- quet 3, Freshman Dance Committee, Telephone Book Committee 3, Fire Drill Committee 4, Dues Committee l. "Stu" . . . "WhatdoyoumeanI'mtaIking- toofast?" . . . "I always seem to be run- ning into stone walls." . . . "How are you today, Doll? . . . Guy on a motor szooter , . . Ridge Runner. BEVERLY F. BYRNE "The happy are those who are producing something." Art Service Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, Ways and Meons Com- mittee 4, Junior Play fMake-upi, Concessions Committee 4. "Bev" , , . "Hey, Charlie!" . . . Our Winston girl . . . "Rachmaninoff in stereo, who else?!" ANNETTE MARIE CAPUTO "Let us live, then, and be glad." fTransferred from Stamford High School, Stamford, Connecticut, September, 1958.1 Intramurals 3, 4, Nursing Club 2, Dance Committee 2, Senior Play Committee, Junior Play Committee. "Toni" . . . "Knock it off, l'm in charge hereI" . . . "I'm not a mouseI" . . . "Hey, Mary Janel Guess what I did?" . . . "WI1at? Are ya kidding me?" . . . "l wonder when Bob's going to write." . . . "Rah ha yuk!" SHIRLEE ANN CERRETANI "VVe enjoy only the pleasure that we give." Guidance 4, Junior Play fliefreshmentsi, Senior Play QMoke-upi. "Did I get any mail today?" . . . "Nasty break" . . . "Oh, no!" . . . "You must be new." . . . "Uh-huh!" . . . "l wish today was Friday." DONALD LOUIS CERULLO "To most people nothing is more trouble than the effort of thinking." Basketball I, Rifle Club 'l, 2, Intramu- rals I. "No good." . . "What's for lunch?" . . . Hot cor. GUIDO CHIAPPINELLI "lf a mon be gracious and courteous to strangers, it shows he is a citizen of the world." Soccer l, Rifle Club 'l. "Romeo" . . . "Did you see Alan Freed?" . . . School pizza expert . . . "Oh, yeah?" . . . Imported from Naples. CHRISTOPHER LORING CHASE "Every man is ol importance to himself." All-State Chorus 3, 4, Choraleers 'l, 2, 3, lPresidenti 4, Band I, 2, 3, Boys Glee Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Baseball Warsityl 2, 3, 4, Basketball 'I, Uunior Varsityj 2, Warsityj 3, 4, Cross Country Narsityl 3, Debating Club 3, Junior Play Uoel, Senior Play lPriesti. The most magnificent human being . . . "How so." . . . "Well, ain't you a win- ner." . . . Hero time . . . "The sopronos stink" . . . Rock and roll'er . . . "Those guys can't play basketball." . . . "Chris." LESLIE RUTH CHECKLEY "The tiger, on the other hand, is lcittenishf' Uransferred from Laurel School, Shaker Heights, Ohio, September, 1959.1 Scholastic Art Contest CGold Keyi 3, Decorating Committee CCI-nairmanj 3, Class Secretary l, Perannos fArt Staff! 4, Basketball 3, Hockey Uunior Varsityl 3, Softball 3, Science Club 2, Art Ser- vice Club 4, Prom Committees 2, 3, Poster Committee 2, Art Committees 'l, 2, Concessions Committee 4, Senior Play fCostumes, Donna Rodriguezi. "Les" . . . "Well, actually Ohio is not the Mid-West, you know." . . . Alaskan yearling . . . "I lost my false eyelashes!" . . . Plaid tights . . . Artistic. ARTHUR BEECHER CHIVVIS, JR. "Nothing doing. That's balogne. Everybody knows l can't lay bricks." Student Council l, iService Committee, Chairmanj 4, Hockey CVarsityJ 3, 4, Soc- cer Warsityl 3, 4, Football 1, Track 2, Rifle Club 2, 3, Junior Play lAssistant Student Directorl. "Who glued my slide rule?" . . . "Li- cense yes, car no." . . . Zorro of the hockey organization . . . "Raised the roof." . . . "l'm not bony, I'm sinewy like a cowboy." . . . "Chiv." 31 I.ON C. CLARK "Tiger, tiger, burning bright In the forests of the night." iTransferrecl from Avon Old Farms, Farmington, Connecticut, September, 1958.7 Scholastic Art Award K9 Gold Keys, 2 places, 3, Courant 3, 4, Perannos lArt Editor, 4, Art Service Committee 3, 4, Senior Play lDon Quixote, Chairman of Setsl, Junior Play lChairman of Sets, Reading Committeel. "I'm generally in favor of having a party." . . . "l dis-a-ger-ee." . . . "So tI1at's the deal." . . . "Cinderella - mmmmmmm." . . . "You're stupid." . . . Ridge Runner 442 . . . Immortality pic- tures . . . Abstract impressionist. JAMES JOSEPH CODY "Thought is free." Orchestra l, Basketball Uunior Varsityl 4, Football Uunior Varsity, l, 2, Intra- murals 2, Debating Club 1, 2, 4, Chess Club 2, Ceramics Club 4, Assembly Com- mittee 4. "Jim" . . , Right hand man at Doblin's . . . "Can't make it. Gotta rake leaves." . . "This may be off the subiect." CREIGHTON LYNN CONNER "And there's pleasure in being mad which none but madmen know." National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, Baseball fVarsityD I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Uunior Varsityl 3, Soccer Worsityl 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Warsityj 3, Intramurals 2, 4, Sport Club 2, Senior Play lTicketsJ, Ways and Means Committee 2, Dance Committee 2. "Duke" . . . "Creight" . . . "Let's try to keep a decorum." . . . "Wait 'til I get my bonus." . . . "Save that signature, it'll be pricelessl" . . . Steak sandwich and milk at Phil's. SHARON COOPER "No other Pooh in all the world could do the things that she could do." Uransterred from Venice Senior High School, Venice, Florida, October, 1956.1 Choraleers 2, 3, 4, Courant 3, Perannos iliterary Editor? 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Thespian Club 2, Ceramics Club 3, French Club 4, Junior Play lPublicity, Prompterl, Senior Play lMarioJ, Dance Committee fDecorationsl I, 2, 3. "A palace guard's life is hard, says AIice." . . . "I want to be subversive." . . . Hugable . . . "I'm being Pooh to- day." . . . Barefoot girl with shoes on . . . "l have this creative writing." . . . "l'm not indispensableln . . . "Hey, Boo!" ALICE BORCHARD COUCH "Ta be born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world is mad." Choraleers 2, 3, 4: Glee CII-Ib ll, 27 Perannos fArt Staffi 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Photography Club 2, Art Service Club 2, 3, Debating Club44, Ways and Means Committee 2, 3, Junior Play lAl- ligator Committee, Chairmanj, Senior Play fPublicity - Postersi, Junior Dance Committee fCo-chairmanb. "Lissa" . . . "The ieep ran out of gas." . . . "The Kendra and I" . . . Cat eyes . . . "l have to make a poster." . . . "Sorry l'm late, l got paint on my shirt." M. CAROLINE CRAWFORD "Happiness is a woman." CTransferred from Mt. Lebanon High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Sep- tember, 1957.5 Senior Play lReading Committee, Proper- ties Co-Chairmani, Junior Play CMake- upl, Perannos iBusiness Steffi 4, Ping-pong Tournaments 3, Tennis Tour- naments 4, Intramurals 2, Ceramics Club 2. "Too neat for worclsl" . . . "l'm going riding today." . . . "Those stupid boys in Driver Educationl" . . . "I'm sorry I'm late, but I had to feed my dog." . . . "But iron tables don't break!" DENNIS LEIGH CRIBBY "A man's happiness is to do a man's true work." Uransferred from Plainfield High School, Central Village, Connecticut, February, 'l958.l Dramatics Club 3, 4, Senior Play lSet Committeei. "The Menace" . . . "Well, I finally got some material for the cage." . . . "l brought in the papers for you this morning." . . . Naval Reserve . . ."May I help?" CHARLES TAYLOR DAVIS "Men, like bullets, go farthest when they are smoothest." fTransferred from Reno High School Reno, Nevada, November, 1959.1 1 Science Award 1, Band 'I, Choraleers 4, Tennis 3, French Club 3, Ski Club 3, Rifle Club 4. "Chuckles" . . . "I'm from Reno." . Gregarious . . . "Is that a factl" . "Baloneyl" 33 JANICE DAVIS "Happiness seems made to be shared." Choraleers 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, Peran- nos CBusiness Statfi 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 47 Nursing Club 2, Junior Play lPromp- terig Senior Play iCostumesJg Prom Com- mittee fRetreshments1 3, Class Ways and Means 2, 4, Student Council CWays and Means, 4. "Not today" . . . Always smiling . . . "Oh, dear!" . . . Petite . . . "Am l blushing?" . . . "Fuzzy" . . . "Wait a minute!" ALVIN DE PIETRO "Life's a joke that's just begun." CTransferred from Pleasantville High School, Pleasantville, New York, Octo- ber, 1957.1 Class Treasurer 1. "Where's my harmonica?" . . . "Al" . . . "Hot car." . . . "Liie's too short to worry." . . . Road Runner. LAURIE JOANNE DUNBAR "A girl so various that she seemed to be not one but all mankirid's epitome." Uransferred from Anacortes High School, Anacortes, Washington, Septem- ber, 1957.1 Scholastic Writing Award fHonorable Mention! 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, CSecretary1 4, Class President 3, Stu- dent Council CForeign Student Tea Chairmani 3, 1Assembly Committeei 4, Choraleers 2, 3, lVice-President! 4, Courant fAssistant Editori 4, Girls' Var- sity Basketball fManagerl 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 47 Debating Club 2, All-State Chorus 3. 47 Junior Play fSets, Businessip Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play lPublicity Chairman, Programs, Usherjp Ram-Bell fChairman1 3, Ways and Means Committee 3, American Field Ser- vice Student Committee 3. "Lorelei Bundar" . . . "And, boy, we've iust really got to . , ." . . . "Gee, I don't know, kid" .... "These crazy contact lenses are killing me!" . . . "Hey, there!" . . . "l've iust written the strangest poeml" . . . "Great snakes!" . . . "Now don't get shook." LINDA ANN DEL VICARIO "No one is a slave whose will is free." Perannos Uypisti 3, Spectator lTypistl 35 Guidance 4, Nursing Club 2. "California, here I camel" . . . "Ah- veyl" . . . "Hoi" . . . "You must be brand new." . . . "Save me a place in the lunch line, Carol." . . . "What, are you kidding me?" JOHN CHARLES DEVLIN "He's given his heart to the horse." CTransferred from The Woodstock Coun- try School, South Woodstock, Vermont, September, 1959.1 Baseball fVarsity1 1. "Jack" . . . "l'll be in Wyoming this summer." . . . "Which way to the rodeo?" . . . Porsche fiend. 5 x K 5 E 2 3 DIANNE EVERETT "If a woman has long hair, it is a glory to her." Band CMaioretteJ 2, 37 Perannos KTypistl 37 Spectator fTypistJ 37 Intramurals fFencingJ 47 Photography lSecretaryJ 27 Music Appreciation Club 47 Talent Show 37 Band Concert 27 Junior Play lMake- up Committee, Co-Chairmani. "l'm showing my dog this weekend." . . . The Texan . . . "I'm never going to cut my hairI" . . . "Donna and I have to practice twirIing." STEPPIE RICE FILBERT "Honest fame awaits the truly good." CTransferred from Colegio Abraham I.in- coln, Bogota, Columbia, November, 1959.7 Citizenship Award 27 Newspaper Award 37 Cheerleading Medal 27 Basketball 27 Cheerleading I, 2, 37 Square Dance Club 27 Newspaper 2, 3. "Step" . . . Gringa Girl . . . "Dance, ballerina, dance!" . . . "Ay! Dios mio!" MARTHA BROWN FABRY "Grace was in all her steps, heaven in her eye, in every gesture dignity and love." National Honor Society 47 Hartford Scholastic Writing .Award I, 37 Chora- leers 'l, 2, 3, 4i Glee Club I7 Orchestra I, 27 Perannos flayout Editorl 4j Hockey Uunior Varsityl 37 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 47 Thespian Club 27 French Club 47 Junior Play fMrs. Biddlel7 Senior Play fDramatic AssistantJ7 Perannos Supple- ment CEditorl 37 Assembly Committee 47 Dance Committee fDecorationsl I. "Marty" . . . "l'll be in the art room." . . . "That would make a neat story!" . . . Them there eyes . . . Theatrical . . . "Hey, Boo!" . . . "MInyI" . . . "An- thony!" MARTHA LYN NE FAIRTY "Those sparkling eyes." Basketball Uunior Varsityi 3, 47 Hockey Uunior Varsityl 3, 47 Softball Uunior Varsityl 2, 37 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 47 Nursing Club 27 Fencing Club 47 Pep Club 47 News Bureau 47 Class Dance Committee I, 27 Class Ways and Means Committee 2, 3, 47 Student Council Ser- vice Committee 47 Junior Play CCOS- tumesl7 Senior Play lCostumes and Re- freshmentsl. "Lynne" . . . "Guess what? I made it!" . . . "My skirt isn't too short, is it?" BARBARA LEONE FENLASON "Life has no blessing like a prudent friend." Guidance 47 Senior Play lCostumes, Chairman Ticketsj. "Barb" . . . "Did you say Fairfield?" . . . "Seen Carol anywhere?" . . . "For cry- ing out loud!" . . . "I am not a dumb blond!" . . . "I catcha, PaI." JEAN CAROL FLANAGAN "Let's be merry!" Choraleers 3, 4, Orchestra I, Perannos QTypistt 3, Spectator lTypistJ 3, Printing Club 2, Talent Show 3, Girls' Bowling 3, Junior Play ICostumes, Make-upj, Senior Play QTicketsJ. "Gee whiz Ton-eel" . . . "Holy Smokes!" . . . "ls anybody going skating tonight?" . . . "What's for lunch?" . . . "Jeonie." BRUCE GILLESPIE "He has a good word for everybody." fTronsferred from Lyons Township High School, La Grange, Illinois, September, 1959.3 Intramurals 2, 3, Basketball 4. "I'lI be lucky to get into college." . . . "It was really terrific - na doubt about it." . . . "Wait 'til baseball season." . . . "FontabuIousl" JANET ANNE GIORGIO "The smile that won't come aff." lTransferred from Washington Irving Junior High School, Boston, Massachu- setts, October, 1956.1 Perannos fBusinesst 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Cer- amics Club 2, Art Service Committee 4, Geology Club 4, Courant 3, Ways and Means Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Play CCostumesJ, Senior Play CSets, Propertiest, Concessions Com- mittee 4. "Jan" . . . "Okay!" . . . "Have you done your Spanish?" . . . Bawston gal . . . "Lynne doesn't close the locker!" . . . "Hi, doll." FRANCES C. GOLDMARK "Charm strikes the sight and merit wins the soul." Uransferred from Mary C. Wheeler School, Providence, Rhode Island, Octo- ber, 'l959.i Wheeler Yearbook IEditorJ 4, Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Wheeler Newspaper 3, Bas- ketball 3, Hockey 3, Tennis 3, Perannos CArt Staffj 4, Dance Committee 3. "Didi" . . . "ReaIIyl" . . . A Yale girl . . . "No, it's not small!" . . . Exprep . . . "Knees." 36 PETER M. GOPCEVIC "lt's time for o little something." CTransferred from Rogers- High School, Newport, Rhode Island, November, 1958.1 Latin Club iPresidentJ 2, Basketball 2, Football 1, Hockey 1, Crew l, Prom Ticket Committee 2, 3, Senior Flay 1FernandoJ. "Gap" . . . "No tazel" . . . "Hey, lon, l'm a villain!" . . . "Hey, whacha do- ing?" . . . "See ya 7th." . . . Ridge Run- ner iifl . . . Hunk. SUSAN LEE GREENE "No virtue is safe that is not enthusiastic." Class Treasurer 1, 4, Perannos iPhoto- graphy Staffl 4, Basketball Warsity, 3, 4, Hockey Warsityi 3, iCo-Captainl 4, Softball Warsityi 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Ways and Means 2, iCofChairmanJ 3, 4, Junior Play lProperties, Refreshmentxip Senior Play lProgram Committeel. "Sue" . . . "Hey, that's real cool" . . . "Ch-Ch- Cheer for the boys" . . . "Tre- mendous" . . . Colorado Bound . . . Susie's Blue Bomb. LEONARD HARRIS "Right as o ram's horn." Basketball l, Uunior Varsity, 2, War- sityl 3, 4, Football Worsityi 2, Warsityl 3, 4, Gall Warsityi 2, Aeronautics Club. "Nothing much" . . . "Honest" . . . "What makes you so hard on me?" . . "lt's the truth." . . . "Am I late?" . . "Lennie." WILLIAM EDWARD HAUSCHILD, JR. "A man, he seems, of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows." Uransferred from Howard County High School, Ellicott City, Maryland, Septem- ber, 1959.3 Junior Honor Society 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, Danforth Award 1, Student Council 3, Basketball Warsityl 1, Uun- ior Varsity, 2, Norsityj 3, 4, Choraleers 1, Glee Club 2, Football 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Photography Club 2, 3, Atomic Physics Club 4, Senior Play KCardenioJ, Homecoming Court 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee. "Bill" . . . "Pass the milk." . . . "All right! Let's settle downl" . . . "l'm too short to play basketball." . . . Atomic Physics at 7:00 A.M .... "Prove itI" ws? X, Q 5 S Z f 5 As gs Sf S is ,tie BETTY JEAN HAYWOOD "Real merit of any kind cannot be concealed." 1Transferred from Horton Watkins High School, St. Louis, Missouri, September, 1958.7 National Honor Society 3, 47 Perannos Business Staff! 4, Junior Play lPromp- terlg Senior Play llieading Committee, Chairman of Prompters, Program Com- mitteel, Concessions Committee 4, Class Ways and Means Committee 3. "What's the formula for?" . . . Army Brat . . . "I hate Latin." . . . "Have you got a cold too?" LCUISE HIBBERT "Happiness is activity of the soul." Radcliffe Award 3g National Honor So! ciety 3, 4, All-State Chorus 2, 3, 47 Choraleers 1, lSecretaryJ 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club l, 35 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 47 Bas- ketball Warsityl 3, 4, Hockey Warsityl 3, 4, Softball Warsityj 2, 3, 45 Cheer- leading 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Archery 2, 3, 45 Cheerleading Club 'lp Nursing Club 'lp Anatomy Club 4, Junior Play lChairman of Promptersly Senior Play lChairman of Programsjp Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. "Sandy" . . . "What a riotl" . . ,. "I'm going to dinner at the Borgman's." . . . "I've got a Green Hornet tonight." . . . "Men are a waste of time." ALBERT FRANKLIN HOLLY "l am a time study man." Choraleers 3, 4, Fire Drill Committee 2, KFire Marshall 3, 4. Airborne . . . Murphy's . . . "I'm in the office this period." . . . The tall tenor. 3 2 1 3 5 BRIAN DAVID HAVARD "Only so much do l know, as l have lived." Football Uunior Varsityl 1, 2, 3, Nar- sityl 47 Track Uunior Varsityj 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 Photography Club 2, Junior Play 4Stage Crewh Junior Prom Committee, Dance Committee 2. "Bri" . . . Football . . . "Spread outl" . . . Hot V.W .... "When are we going to build the wall?" . . . "Don't you know - I'm a big playboy now." . . . Ridge Runner. ALBERT ARTHUR HORNICK "The charm and playfulness of his talk." Choraleers 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Debating Club 'lg Sports Club 25 Ways and Means 2, Senior Play lStage Crawl, Junior Play !Stage Crewlg Dance Committee 3. "The car that never sang" . . . "Alliga- tor" . . . "Art" . . . "It's not my flirt, I'm a millamare." . . . "Lipstick in my locker." . . . "Who, me? Never!" 3 x JOHN E. JACKSON, JR. 'He holds the eel of science by the tail." Transferred from Hempstead High School, Hempstead, New York, April, I957.l kmerican Chemical Society Award 37 Columbia Science Honors 4i National 'tonor Society 47 Student Council 'I, 'Social Committeel 47 Junior Play lFoot- nanl7 Senior Play fStage Crewl7 Band Z, 3, 47 Tennis Narsityl 37 Track Uunior larsityi 27 Slide Rule Club 3, 47 Dance iand 3, 47 Ways and Means Committee I. 'You clown!" . . . "Sin'x -l- 2cos y I ?" . . Lucky I3 . . . "lt's a dog's lifel" . . . 'Man, that swingsl" EDWARD MICHAEL JANIS "The glory of young men is their strength." Transferred from Fairfield Prep, Fair- leld, Connecticut, September, I957.l raseball I, 4i Basketball 17 Football Iunior Varsityl 3i Narsityl 47 Senior 'lay fI'icketsl7 Golf 4. Mike" . . . '54 Merc . . . G.U. produce roy . . . "Easy Ed." . . . "Step, step and etch it." . . . Clothes . . . "Can't handle '." . . . "Finesse it." . . . "More or less, lost likely a little more than less." WILLIAM A. IRWIN "He shall achieve success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much." National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 47 Class Secretary 3, 47 Basketball I7 Soccer l, 2, Uunior Varsityl 3, Warsity, Captainl 47 Track Uunior Varsityl 2, 37 Intramurals I, 2, 37 Aeronautics Club 27 Handbook Committee 3i Dance Commit- tee I, 2, 37 Junior Play lStage Crew, TicketsJ7 Senior Play lStage Crew, Tic- ketsl. "Bill" . . . "Got a ride home?" . . . Flower boy . . . "The Bible reading for today . . ." . . . Half-back bone of the soccer team. JUDITH LYNN JOHNSON "All succeeds with people who are gay and cheerful." Uransferred from Horton Watkins High School, St. Louis, Missouri, September, 1957.1 Courant 3, fEditorl 47 Ways and Means Committee KChairmanJ 37 Basketball Uunior Varsityj I7 Hockey Uunior Var- sityl 37 Intramurals I7' Art Service Club lCo-Chairmanl 37 Pep Club I7 Latin Club I7 Chess Club I7 Junior Play CPro- gram Committee, Co1Chairmanl7 Senlor Play lProgram Committee, Co-Chair- manl7 G. O. Dance Committee 37 Con- cessions Committee 4. "Ohh, Mr. Lanel" . . . "Oh, it's lovelyl" . . . "But the deadline was yesterdayI" . . "Saturday at I0:00" . . . Organizer . . . "I iust loved Switzerland!" . . . "Oh, I'm awful." . . . The bikini in the closet. DAVID EDWARD JONES "The endearing elegance of female friendship." Courant 47 Soccer Warsityj 3, fTri-Cap- tainl 47 Golf fVarsityl I, 2, lCaptainl 37 Basketball I, Uunior Varsityl 2, War- sityl 3, 47 Baseball Uunior Varsityl 2, 37 Perannos lBusinessl 47 G.O. Store 37 Dance Committee lTicketsl 2, fChalr- manl 37 Junior Play CStage Crewl7 Sen- ior Play lStage ManagerJ7 Ways and Means Committee 27 Squash Club 4. "Dave" . . . Smile . . . "Are you serious or what?" . . . "Ah, you're breaking my heart." . . . Fury - white convertible. KATHRYN VIRGINIA KAPTEINA "God has given us tongues that we may say something pleasant to our fellow men." Perannos lTypistJ 35 'Spectator Uypistl 35 Hockey lg library Club 35 Guidance Office 45 Student Librarian I, 25 Senior Play lUsher, Refreshmentsl. "Kathy" . . . "What a bunch of queenl" . . . "Nasty break." . . . "What's play- ing at the drive-in?" . . . "I didn't see you in Springdale." . . . "Oh l.ordil" DAVID BURNHAM KELSEY "A boy is, of all wild beasts, the most difficult to manage." Choraleers 3, 45 Soccer Uunior Varsityl 1, 45 Track Team Uunior Varsity! 2, 3, Narsityl 45 Rifle Club 2, 3, 45 Junior ,Play QAngier Dukej5 Dance Committee 'I, 2, 3, 45 Telephone Book Committee 3. Water Ski King . . . "l'lave you heard the Shelley Burman record?" . . . "Choongl" . . . "Gonna come to the soccer game?" . . . "Dave" . . . "Are you kidding or what?" RUSSELL A. KIMES, JR. "Gather ye rose-buds while ye may." Track 25 Chess Club I, 2, lPresidentJ 3, 45 Audio-Visual Squad 3, 45 Ways and Means Committee 35 Fire Drill Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 45 Social Committee 35 Sen- ior Play fTechnicalJ5 Junior Play fTechni- calJ5 Senior Prom lClean-upl. "Russ lotus" . . . "Magnolia, honey!" . . . Sebring '59 . . . Caddy tail lights . . . "Packard and those clods!" . . . "WiIdl" . . . "Break out the mead." DONN S. KING "There was no such stuff in my thoughts." Uransferred from New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, February, 1959.7 Rifle Club 2, 35 Photography Club 45 Ways and Means Committee 35 Senior Play Qlightingl. "It's an old Irish name." . . . "What did you have? Cornflakes for breakfast." . . . "Don't you ever read anything from Freud?" 40 WILLIAM W. KINGSBURY "Far man is master of his fate." Band 1, 2, 4, Orchestra 3, Track 2, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Art Service Com- mittee I, Junior Play IReading Commit- teel, Senior Play KReading Committeej. "Bill" . . . "That was a terrible testI" . . . "But my appendix!" . . . Lemon iuice trombone . . . Ham radio fanatic. JANET BOYSTON KINGSLAND "What we find the least of in flirtations is love." fTransferred from Edina - Morningside High School, Edina, Minnesota, January, 1958.3 Homecoming Chairman 4, Junior Play fPrompterD, Senior Play IPrompterl, Thespian Club 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Dues Committee fCo-Chairmanl 3, Camera Club 2, Ethics Committee Repre- sentative 2, Choralears 'l, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Courant 2, 4, Intramurals I, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Bowling 3, Volleyball 2, Cheerleading 'I, 2. "Oh, yahl" . . . Always flirting . . . "Oh, these underclassmenl" . . . "Poison Ivy?" . . . "Peffttl" . . . "Me? Skip?" . . . "Guess where I'm going this week- end?" LYNNE KNOBEL "Love is a beautiful dream." Choraleers 2, 3, 4, Perannos 4, Specta- tor 3, Hockey Uunior Varsity, 3, Tennis Warsityb 3, Intramurals 3, Thespian Club 2, French Club 4, Junior Play Ilucyj, Senior Play IDorotheaJ. "It's not that I want to be with boys, it's iust I can't stand so many girls" . . . "Zyzzlel" . . . "Have you ever walked through New York with a Chianti bot- tle?" . . . "Dill pickles sans garlic." MARION KULKA "ls she not more than painting can express?" Scholastic Art Award IGold Keyl l, Per- annos lArt Staffl 4, Photography Club 2, Junior 4Play CAlIigator Committeei 3, Senior Play ISetsJ. "I am not quiet!" . . . "Fuzzy-Wuzzy was a bear." . . . "Arty" . . . "I sold my horse." . . . Feathers. 41 DEMPSTER H. LEECH "A careless song with a little nonsense in it now and then does not mis-become a monarch." Uransferred from Arlington' High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois, Feb- ruary, 1958.1 Harvard Club Award 35 Scholastic Art Award 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, Wresidentl 4, Chess Club 35 Dramatics Club 3, 47 .lunior Play fAnthony .l. Drexel Biddlelf Senior Play lSancho Panzalp Art Service Committee 2, 3. "Dempy" . . . "lt's a full life, Charlie." . . .s "I'm depressed." . . . "Tell me something interesting." . . . "Go ahead, see if I carel" . . . "Yee Gods!" . . . "Leech, like in blood sucker!" RICHARD MICHAEL LIBERATORE "The world knows only two, that's Romeo and l." Junior Play lCharlie Taylorlf Senior Play CTenorioD, Courant 4, Soccer 21 Thespian Club 25 Photography Club li Audio- Visual Squad 3, Junior Prom Commit- tee fDecorationslp Ways and Means Committee 2, Telephone Book Commit- tee 3. "Dick" . . . "Lib" . . . "lfic" . . . "Why not?" , . . "Did you see me on T.V. lost night?" . . . "HeyI Guess what? I'm in love againI" . . . "Stick with me, lady, and l'II get you in pictures." SANDRA SIGRID LOWGREN "The last and greatest art, the art to blot." Student Council Representative! 2, Per- annos lArt Staffl 43 Basketball Uunior Varsityl 3, 4: Hockey 4, Softball Uunior Varsityl 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, 45 Inttamurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Service Committee 2, 4, Talent Show 2, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play lSets, Businesslp Senior Play Gets, Businesst. "Sticks" . . . "Oh, is that right?" . . "I did it again, but she hit mel" . . . "I don't eat too much." . . . "My legs aren't that skinnyI" . . . "Who was he with last night?" . . . "Lowgrie." . 2 i E E DONALD GEORGE LEWIS "Who mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth." Uransferred from Laurinburg High, Laurinburg, North Carolina, Septem- ber, 1958.D Football Uunior Varsity Managert 21 Library Club 3, 4: Junior Prom lbeoora- tionstp Senior Play iAudio-Visual Com- mittee, Stage Crewl. "Who wants to put gas in the car?" . . . "l.et's head for the coast." . . . "Let me tell you about the South." . . . "Hey, munI" Q ll E X in H .1 .N In. 1.1, in wp!! , , .,, , " t. I ll , 'U-1'-l"lll"3l wHC"llyl'Iy ll J, lil , -- ', 11- -. ' V:-it li it l 1 1t,.l1Ht,l ,, ' ,Ill t , wil ll ""' ik ,,. "li ll! ll lil: ll .Xl itmllfl.5titlullllglllg ullll tttu lull ll ll tl ll' BIRGITTA KRISTINA LINDKVIST 'Mind cannot follow it, nor words express her infinite sweetness." 1 Uransferred from Karlstab's Girls' School, Karlstob, Sweden, September, 1959.1 Riding Club 31 Gymnastics 3. ' "What do you soy?" . . . Five foot two, eyes of blue . . . "Tack for sist." . . . "I donn know." SONJA LYSTAD "To see her is to love her." .merican Field Service Student, Nor- zy, September, 1959.1 ass Vice-President 3, Student Council amber 3: Choraleers 2, School Year- iok lBusiness Manager! 37 Perannos ayout Steffi 4, Bridge Club 1, 2, 3, 4, enior Play lReading Committee, House- ieperl. I's so terribleI" . . . "Poor youl" . . . low can you manage it?" . . . Nor- :y's nicest. MICHAEL A. MATTIEI.I.0 "The paradise of fun, to few known." aseball Warsityl 3, Intramurals 1, 2, p Aeronautics I. Let's blow up a mailbox"' . . . "See ou in Myer's Jeep." . . . "I'm very iodest." SIGNE NANA LOWGREN "The heart has reasons of which reason has no knowledge." Class Treasurer 2, 37 Choraleers 2, 3, 45 Basketball Uunior Varsityl 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Tennis 27 Cheerleading 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Junior Play lSet Committeel, Senior Play fSet Committeelp Junior Prom. "CornelI, here I come." . . . "Hey, MoonieI" . . . Has Hawaiian blues . . . "You know." . . . "Can I borrow your comb?" . . . "Extremely much" . . . "How come I always get in this mess?" . . . "Who's coming home this weekend?" JOHN McDIARMID, JR. "For he that is once good is forever great." fTransterred from Great Neck Junior High, Great Neck, long Island, New lark, January, 1957.1 National Honor Society 4, Class Presi- dent 2, 4: Choraleers I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Basketball I, Uunior Varsityl 2, 3, lVarsityJ 4, Soccer 3, iTri- Captainj 47 Tennis Warsityl 3, 47 Dance Band 47 All-State Choir 2, 3, 4, Senior Play fProgram Cc-Chairman, Businesslg Aeronautics Club 27 Junior Play lBusi- ness Chairmonly Dance Committee 2, 3, Student Council lConstitution Commit- teel. "Could I have your attention, please?" . . . "But, Mr. Colaninno . . -." . . . "Oh, these Country Club courtsl" . . . "Don't be bitter." JERRY LEE MATHER "Rally round the flag, boys." Basketball lManagerl I, 2, 35 Football l, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Thespians 2, Aeronautics 35 Senior Play iStage Crewl. "WelI, will I see you tonight?" . , . "My girl and me is really . . ." . . . "I love pizza, too." . . . "Lead the kids, carry on." . . . "Look, going to colleges." . . . Musketeer 4991. 43 ROBERT MERCER "The greatest thoughts are the simplest and so are the greatest men." Geology Club 4, Junior Play Uicketsi, Senior Play Uicketsj. "Can I have a ride up town?" . . . "Does anyone want some chewing gum?" . . . "Bob," BARBARA JOAN MEYER "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." fTransferred from Neenah High School, Neenah, Wisconsin, September, 1959.1 Ways and Means Committee 4, Senior Play fMake,l-IPI: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Fencing 4, Student Council 1, lTreasurer, Tea Committee, 2, QAlternateJ 3, fWays and Means Committeel 4, Class Secre- tary 3, Venetian Queen 2, Governor's Conference 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 1, lTreasurerD 3, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, IPoint Recorderl 3, Ski Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Variety Show 3, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Thespians fCostumesl 2, Home- coming Float Committee 3, Perannos 3, 4, Courant 2, 3. "Barb" . . . Fruitboots . . . "Back in Wisconsin . . ." . . . "Oh no, I forgotI" . . . Fairyflyers . . . "Holy Hanniball" . . "Need a ride?" ROBERT B. MILLER "A source of innocent merriment." All-County Wing fSoccerJ, Soccer 3, 4, Basketball Uunior Varsityl 2, 3, Track 3, Class Ways and Means 2, Junior Play QReading Committee, Stage Crewi, Senior Play CStage Crewl, Clean-up Committee fSenior Proml 3. "I can't ask her out." . . . "Oh, she cloesn't like me." . . . "Bob" . . . "Now if this was El Paso . . ." . . . "Now doesn't that car look beautiful?" . . . "lt's a great life if you don't weaken." JAMES HUNTINGTON MILLS "Remember Johnny Appleseed, all ye who love the apple." fTransferred from Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts, September, 1959.1 Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Courant 2, 3, 4, Perannos iliterary Staffl 4, Soccer KVarsityJ 4, Track 1, Dramatics Club 3, G.O. Service Committee 4, Senior Play fStage Crewl, Squash Club 4. "Tim" . . . "Want a hot deal on a motor scooter?" . . . "Let's keep things on a high level." . . . "Squash, anyone?" . . . "l seem to have misplaced my absence excuse, Sir." GEOFFREY EARLE MINNICK "Woman's at best a contradiction still." All-State Choir 45 Choraleers 3, CTreas- ureri 45 Boys' Glee Club 3, 45 Courant 35 Hockey Warsityi 3, 45 Geology Club 45 Dance Committee fDecorationsi 35 Concessions Committee 3. "Fenwick" . . . "Wake up, little Su1yl" . . . "Puckster." MARILYN W. MOON "Full of life and lively fun, a friend and pal of everyone." Choraleers 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Volleyball 35 Hockey Uunior Varsityi 3, lVarsity, Captaini 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Cheerleading 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 Homecoming Court 45 Junior Play lPrompteri5 Senior Play lDancer, Pro- grami5 Ways and Means Committee 'I, 25 Student Council lChairman Social Committeei 2, 3, 45 Clean-up Drive 4. "Moonie" . . . "Who's playing the role now, loIa?" . . . "But sir, I don't unner- stan'." . . . "Me and Lola is buddies." . . . "Why do you guys always dump on me?" . . . "I hate boys, not men." MIRIAM LOUISE MOON "Out ofthe abundance of the heart the mouth speakethf' Scholastic Art Award lGold Keyi 25 Courant 3, 45 Perannos flayouti 45 Badminton 2, 35 Basketball Uunior Var- sityi 45 Tennis 45 lntermurals l, 2, 3, 45 Bowling 35 Fencing 45 Ceramics Club 25 Creative Writing Club 35 Junior Play fUsheri5 Senior Play l5ets, Make-upi5 G.O. Ways and Means Committee 4. "Mimi" . . . "Let's all get out and push." . . . "I don't care, shut-upl" . . . "Not another slumber party!" . . . The meat market. THOMAS GREGORY MORROW "A man of polite manners and a liberal education." National Honor Society 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Perannos fPhotography Staffi 45 Track I, lVarsityJ 2, 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 25 Chess Club 45 Ways and Means Committee 3, 45 .lunior Prom Committee5 Junior Play fBusiness Com- mitteei5 Senior Play CReading Commit- tee, Captainl. "Tom" . . . Finds inner expression in saxophone . . . "let's have a iam ses- sion." . . . Outer expression, track prac- tice . . . "But, coach, it's snowingl" . . . Captain for a day . . . "Fourth period calculus class." MARY EllEN NAYLOR "How goodness heightens beauty!" National Honor Society 3, 4, Choraleerl 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Courant fContribut- ing Editorj 3, 4, Perannos lliterary Stoftl 3, KAssistant Editorl 4, Spectator 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Debating Club 2, Greek Class 3, 4, Junior Play KPubli- city Chairmanj, Senior Play llucindai, Class Ways and Means 3, Junior Prom Committee, American Field Service Representative CSummer Abroad Pro- gram, Germanyl 3. "Don't be ridiculousI" . . . A mad pas- sion tor long dangly earrings . . . Exotic vogue type . . . "Oh, for heaven's sake!" . . . "They have such neat parties in Germany." WENDY R. NORTON "Earth is the right place for love. I don't know where it's likely to go better." Art Service Committee I, 2, 3, Senior Play CMake-upl. "I'm coming 5th period." . . . "Up north." . . . "There's something about Darien." . . . Gold bracelets and sheaths . . . "I can truthfully say . . ." . . . Bays, bays, bays. KATHLEEN O'CONNElL "Sensibility is the power of woman." Perannos flayout Staffj 4, Hockey 3, 4, Tennis 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Nursing Club 2, Art Service Committee 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Junior Play iPropertiesl, Senior Play fPropertiesJ, Ways and Means Committee I. "Kathi" . . . "Gross, really gross!" . . . Mad driver . . . "Scotch and Soda" . . . "I got the car todayI" . . . "l.et's go over to Darien." E 5 5 3 e 3 I . PETER PHYI.O MYER "Be wisely worldly, but not worldly wise." Baseball Uunior Varsity, I, Warsityi 2, 3, 4. " '52 Plymouth, what a pigI" . . . "Wan- na buy o Christmas tree?" . . . "Fat Iou." SUSAN BROOK OLSEN "Life is not life at all, without delight." Uransferred from Taaz Junior High School, Huntington, Long Island, New York, October, 1956.3 Courant 3, 4, Honorable Mention Certi- ficate in Ceramics 2, Intramurals 'l, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 2, Photo' grophy Club 3, Ways and Means Cam- mittee 1, 4, Junior Play fUsherJ, Senior Play lSets, Make-upl. "Sue" . . . "Oh, rotI" . . . "Good grief, Charlie Brawnl" . . . "What, yes?" . . . "I can't. I'm going riding." . . . "Quitel" JUDITH ANNE PATTERSON lere's only one corner of the universe v can be certain of improving, and that's your own self." :nsferred from White Plains High ool, White Plains, New York, Decem- ', 1959.1 rss Treasurer 3, Student Council 2, :rant 1, General Organization Club 2, 3, Student Librarian 1, Guidance :ings are massive." . . . "Everything ms to be beauteous." . . . The Big'un , "Is that really so?" . . . "Judy." LINDA M. PETERSON "To love the beautiful, to desire the good, to do the best." :tional Honor Society 4, Greek Club Perannas CBusiness Staff, 4, Basket- ll Uunior Varsity, 3, 4, Hockey Uun- ' Varsity, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, snch Club 2, Photography Club 3, ance Committees 1, 2, 3, Ways and sans Committee 3, 4, Junior Play iherlg Senior Play ICostume Com- ttee, Choirmani. th, I hate that man, I hate him!" . . . have a Swedish face." . . . leterson . "What happened now?" . . . "Oh, u think so, huh?" . . . Dropsy U. . . . Ph, you're just so gorgeous!" VANCE PHlll.lP PACKARD "Enjoy lite - every golden minute of it." Band i, Orchestra 1, Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3, Senior Play CSets, Stage Crew, Techni- cali, Junior Play ISets, Stage Crew, Technicoll. Young Life coordinator . . . Mad me- chanic at Martha's Vineyard . . . "My friends in Norwalk . . ." . . . "So?" . . . "lt sounds like a truck." . . . Status seeker. JUDITH PETERSON "The purest pleasures lie within the circle of usetul occupation." National Honor Society 3, 4, Choraleers 4, Perannos CBusinessi 4, Volleyball Warsityi 3, Basketball Uunior Varsity! 3, Hockey Uunior Varsity, 3, 4, Softball Uunior Varsityl 3, Greek Class 4, French Club 2, 4, Photography Club 3, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, Ways and Means Committee 3, Junior Play IReading Committee, Costumesi, Senior Play fPropertiesJ, Concessions Committee ICO- Chairmani 4. "Judy" . . . "At Bucknell it's neat!" . . . The man in the long grey line . . . "Hey, that's good!" . . . "Jeterson" . . . "Oh! I failed that testl I really did." . . . "Now wait iust a minute!" LOLA CAROL PIA "The world belongs to the energetic." Class President 'l, Student Council IWel- coming Committee, I, Nice-President, Ways and Means and Dance Commit- tees, 3, Executive Committee 2, Chora- leers 4, Glee Club 2, Class Dance Com- mittee 'l, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show I, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, ICoptainJ 4, Basket- ball CVarsityJ 3, 4, Hockey Uunior Var- sityl 3, Warsityj 4, Softball Worsityj 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Cheering Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play fBusiness Committeel, Senior Play lPro- gram Committee, Dancerj, Cook Book Committee CChairmanJ 'I, Junior Prom Committee. "Lo" . . . "Hey, AB!" . . . "Give us an N!" . . . "Where's Jerr?" . . . "Common, let's get serious." . . . Pizza pie . . . "Well, as I was saying, my birthday, November 10th . . ." . , . "Me and Moonie is buddies." . . . "They tell us we're too loud." JAMES GARRY PLATT "Tar-baby ain't sayin' nuttin', 'en Brer Fox, he lay low." Uransterred from Riverdale Country School, Riverdale, New York, January, 1959.7 Basketball l, lVarsityl 3, Baseball Uun- ior Varsityl 27 football lp Track lp Intramurals 2, 37 Camera Club 'l, 37 Sports Club 2, Dance Committee 'l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee. "ToughI" . , . "Let's go into the weight room" . . . "How about some basket- ball?" . . 4 "Wait 'til Senior beard- growingI" . . . Ex-preppy . . . Parish Road Boy. ROBERT PAUL POLZER "He thought as a sage and felt as a man." Courant 3, Chess Club 4: Junior Play Uechnicallf Senior Play lMaster Nicho- lasl. "Bob" . . . "Heading northl" . . . "Hey there, Shorty." . . . "See you at 2:30." . . . "Can't remember." . . . "Wanna drag?" . . . "When l get my Meserati, boyl" DAVID G. POMFRET "Let all things be done decently and in order." Uransferred from Canaioharie High School, Canaioharie, New York, Sep- tember, 1957.1 Basketball 'Ig Intramurals 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, Junior Play lStage Crewlp Senior Play fTechnical Crewl. "I got Moscow on the radioI" . . . "Have a piece of spearmint." . . . "Pomfy" . . . "Moxie, with or without olives?" SUZANNE QUINTARD "Goodness smiles to the last." Courant 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 3, 4: French Club 2, Thespian Club 3, Photo- graphy Club 4p Junior Play lCostumes, Refreshmentslp Ways and Means Com- mittee 3, 4, Junior Prom lRefreshmentsl, Senior Play lSets, Make-up, Prompterlf Concessions Committee 4. "Suzy" . . . "Goodnight, My Someone." . . . "Boy, you don't knowl" . . . "Real- ly?" . . . "Oh, you're too muchl" . . . "Bermuda, here I come!" JEFFREY CABLE RANDEI. "He is certainly a good fellow!" Band 4, library Club 1, Audio-Visual Club 4, Senior Play Uechnicall. "A. V. Squad." . . . "l'm going to trade it in for a Cadillac." . . . "l don't want to give an oral report, Mr, Smith." PATRICIA ANN RAYMOND "Energy is eternal delight." Class Vice-President 1, Student Council l, lSocial Committee, 4, Choruleers 'l, 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, Ping-pong 2, Tennis 2, Warsityl 3, Basketball Nar- sityl 3, 4, Hockey Warsityl 3, 4, Soft- ball Uunior Vorsityl 2, Warsityj 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading Club 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, Dance Committee CCl1airmanl 1, 2, Junior Prom Committee lCo-Chair- manl, Inter-Scholastic Conference 2, 3, Newcomer Welcoming Committee 2, Junior Play CBusinessl, Senior Play lPro- gram, Tickets, Dancerl, Dues Committee 1, 2, Executive Committee l, 2. "Pot" . . . Bubbling . . . That laugh . . . Cheerleader , . . "Fight Team Fight!" . . . "Stop dumping on mel" . . . "Oh, the iokesl" HARVEY LEE ROHDE, JR. "The days that make us happy make us wise." CTransferred from The Choate School, Wallingford, Connecticut, January, 1959.1 Perannos Qliterary Staff, Sportsl 4, Courant 4, Hockey lVarsityl 4, Soccer Warsityl 4, Cross Country 3, Track 3, Basketball 3, Junior Play' lStage Crewl, Senior Play lStage Crewl, Junior Prom Committee lDecorationsl, Squash Club 4. "Hey, heard about the Colts?" . . . "Back at the old school . . ." . . . Ridge Runner . . . Snow man lee . . . "Very unfortunate, very embarrassing situa- tion." ROBERT ROHNER "Come, let us go while we are in our prime, and have the harmless fun of our time." Uronsferred from Arlington High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois, September, 1957.1 Football 2, Warsityl 3, Rifle Club 3. "Bob" . . . Wrestler . . . Hot hot rod . . . Cool guard . . . "Gee, Mr. Smith, five points off a day?" 49 'Wm , 1 ffffm ,wi f, , E ,E ,,,. Z . + . 3, ,J it K A ? . f V is i s Q 2we2w1 If? Af., a ' F X 1 , ff , K ef? 5 ,et Q Y ti, Q., . ,X 'N ,f ,eff V , -K 5 c w? -wiv' , 35552 pi W 'Tl 2 1 W 1 ' , tg 1:55, H s " ' ' WT .f ef ' mfg lg use gg 'Qwf we ww ww Q , t 7 345, M . ia Y 'Z 12: .e 'r 1555 , ..,, , e . L BARBARA JEAN ROLLIN "Happiness is the supreme object of existence." Courant 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Ceramics Club 35 Photo- graphy Club 45 Ways and Means Com- mittee 2, 3, 45 G.O. Ticket Committee 45 Junior Play lCostumes55 Senior Play lSet Committee, Prompter, Make-upJ5 Jun- ior Prom CDecorations, Refreshments, Chairmanl5 Glee Club 3. "Barbie" . . . "Oh, well anyway" . . . "It's floored." . . . Bermuda girl . . . "Hil" . . . '55 Austin . . . Petite and sweet. SUSAN JANE SALLADE "For softness and sweet attractive grace." Uransterred from Central High School, Grand Fork, North Dakota, September, I959.i Merit Art Award 25 Bacon Newspaper Medal 25 National Junior Honor Society 25 Courant fArt Editorj 25 Perannos lArt Editorl 2, fArt Staffj 45 Library Staff I, 2, 35 Art Service Committee 45 Senior Play fAntonia, CostumesD5 Concessions Committee 4. "Sue" . . . "Antonia" . . . "Yeah, well . . ." . . . Horses, horses . . . "Back in North Dakota . . ." . . . "Look, Signors, my Unclel" MARIE ANTOINETTE SCHETTINO "Joy rises in her, like a summer's morn." Perannos Uypistj 35 Spectator fTypistJ 3, 45 Intramurals I5 Bowling 35 Printing Club 25 Talent Show 35 Guidance 45 Junior Play lCostume, Make-up, and Ticket CommitteesJ5 Senior Play CCos- tume, Make-up, and Ticket CommitteesD5 Dance Committees 3, 45 Prom Commit- tee 3. "Toni" . . . "A little bit good." . "Oh griefI" . . . "Pickin' smart." . . "I forgot." . . . "Rats a ruck, ChareyI" 50 ELIZABETH MCLEAN RUYKHAVER "The wildest colts make the best horses.' Uransferred from Wellesley Junior Higl School, Wellesley, Massachusetts, May 1957.3 Hockey Uunior Varsityj 35 Intramural 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 35 Frencl Club 45 Junior Play lAlIigator Commit teel5 Senior Play lSet CommitteeJ5 Ar Service Committee 3, 4. "Betsy" . . . "Oh, gosh, what am I go ing to do?" . . . Casual hair . . . " wanna be beat." . . . MG . . . Kingston Trio . . . Cape migrations . . . "Nobod1 ever has any good parties around here.' . . . "WowieI" GLORIA MARY SC HREYER "Burdens.become light when cheerfully borne." National Honor Society 3, 45 Music AF preciation Club 25 Intramurals 3, A Junior Play Committee Refreshment: CostumeJ5 Class Ways and Means Con mittee 3, 45 Junior Prom Committe KRefreshmentsH5 Senior Play fSets, Con mittee Organizer, UsI1erJ5 Concessior Committee 45 Student Council Servic Committee 4. "Glor" . . . "I'Il be on that committee i you want me to." . . . Prize-winning H'er . . . "UConn is really a goo school." . . . "l thought maybe I wouli but I have an awful lot of homework. . . . "Are you going to intramuraIs?" CAROLE ANN SEVERINI 'The end ot labor is gained leisure." ectator Uypistl 37 Nursin Club 2. icl:ie" . . . "Oh, Motherl" . . . "Ya I dummy!" . . . "Are you taking gym lay?" . . . "How do you like my new r color?" . . . "HeyI look at that rrp Chevyl" . . . "Hal" HERBERT B. SMITH "Thou spealcest wiser than thou art aware of." tional Honor Society 4, Choraleers 47 ess Club 3, 45 Courant fNews and ituresl 3, Junior Play lSet Commit- ip Senior Play Ksamson Carrascolp Q Drill Committee 4. nat darn Salamanca PassI" . . . "I it's all going to be O.K. " . . . st keep treading water." . . . "Cir- lspectabimus ne" . . . Chicken far- ' . . . "Someday l'm going to be a lionaire." . . . "This is more fun than :ping rocks." ELIZABETH STARR SHERA "Not always right in all men's eyes - but faithful to the light within." fTransferred from Rosemary Hall, Green- wich, Connecticut, September, 1957.1 National Honor Society 3, 4, Greek Class 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, KSecretary- treasureri 3, Art Service Committee fChairmanJ 2, 3, Peronnos KManaging Editari 3, CEditorJ 4, Ways and Means Committee 3, Junior Play CReading Com- mittee, Chairman of Costumes, Posterjp Senior Play Uieading Committee, Poster, Usherig National Council of Teachers of English Scholarship Nomination 35 Intra- murals 2, 3. "Liz" . . . "I'm going sailing this week- end." . . . "We have a deadline to meet!" . . . "l'm allergic." . . . Fight Fiercely, Harvard . . . "Where are my glasses?" . . . liz's straw satchel . . . "l'm making a formal." . . . "Love is not a diseasel" DOROTHY E. SIMMONS "Sincerity and truth are the basis of virtue." Ping-pong l, 2, Intramurals -l, 3, 4, Tennis 4, Nursing Club 2, Library Club lp Student librarian lg Junior Play fChairman of Refreshmentsl, Senior Play lSets, Prompterj. "Dotti" . . . "Don't close the lockerl" . . . librarian . . . "Guess what! Terry's home!" . . . "Oh, Betty - helpl" PETER KEARNS SMITH "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately." Football Warsityl 3, CCo-Captainl 45 Homecoming King 45 Junior Play CSet Committeejp Senior Play IPrisonerJ. Football chief . . . Mr. T-size large . . . A finger in every pie . . . "l don't sweat women, my girls come to me." . . . Northbound . . . Two-for-two . . . "Henkel-heckel" . . . Big Pete . . . Mus- lceteer -7553. 51 WILLIAM H. SONNECKEN "Every man has his devilish moments." lTransferred from Slauson Junior High School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Septem- ber, 1957.l " Intramurals 1, Gymnastics 1, Audio Visual Squad 3, 4, Aeronautics Club 2, Junior Play Uechnical Crew, Stage Crewl, Senior Play lTechnical Crew, Stage Crewi. "Bill" . . . "Well, it's like this, Sir." . . . "AlI right, I'll buy gas." . . . "Let's go." DONALD OGILVIE SOUDEN "Absence makes the heart grow fender." Uransferred from. Summit High School, Summit, New Jersey, October, 1957.1 Basketball lStatistician1 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Mathematics Club 3, Ham Radio Club 2. "Professor" . . . "Don" . . . 4 F . . . "Who's in the pool this year?" . . . Up the line . . . Sports Encyclopedia ilfl . . . "The Ford's almost fixed." . . . Hockey Riot. PRISCILLA D. SPRING "Once'more on my adventure brave and new - -." National Honor Society 4, Southwestern Connecticut Science Fair lThird Award Chemistry, 2, lFirst Award Biologyl 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choraleers 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 4, Courant 3, Hockey Uunior Varsityl 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 1, Fire Drill Commit- tee 1, Ways and Means Committee 1, 2, Bake Sale Committee fChairmanJ 2, Junior Play lReading Committee, Co- Chairman Propertiesjp Senior Play CProp- ertiesl. "Pris" . . . "This year l'm a new mel" . . . "High above Cayuga's waters." . . "l'm an eager beaver Girl Sprout." . . Goalee . . . Expression in music. ELIZABETH ANN STREETER "Whosoever loveth me loveth my hound." Courant 3, Photography Club 2, Thes- pion Club 3, Debating Club 4, Junior Prom lTickets1, Ways and Means Com- mittee 3, Service Committee 4, Senior Play lPublicityJ. "Liz" . . . "l'm showing some retrievers at a show in Atlanta tomorrow." . . . "Hey, dig that cool Jagl" . . . "Are you going to the races at Limerock?" 52 RITA ADELE SUFFREDINI "The happy only are the truly great." Uransferred from St. Mary's High School, Greenville, South Carolina, Sep- tember, 1957.1 National Honor Society 3, CVice-Presi- dentl 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Class Vice-President 3, 4, Choraleers 2, 3, 4, Perannos lBusinessJ 3, lBusiness Editorl 4, Music Appreciation Club 2, French Club 3, Bridge Club 4, Junior Play lProperties Chairmanl, Senior Play lPropertiesJ, Ways and Meahs Commit- tee 3, Telephone Book Committee lChairmanJ 3, Dance Committee lChair- man of Decorations, 2, Concessions Committee 4. "May I have your attention please?" . . . "I have a lesson at 3:00 o'clock." . . . Always a smile . . . "Let me tell you . . ." . . . "You iust dan't know." . . . "Hey y'alll" . . . Bubbling over. BRUCE AITKEN TAYLOR "The wind and the waves are always on the side of the ablest navigatars." Choraleers 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play lStage Managerl, Senior Play fStage Crawl, Art Service Committee 4, Service Committee 4, So- cial Committee 4. "Tay" . . . "Who's paying for the gas?" . . . "Whadaya mean it rattles?" . . . "Comin' to the hockey game?" . . . "Caruso." BRUCE EARL TITUS "He were a good man and did good always." Hockey Warsityl 'l, 2, 3, lCo-Captain, 4, Band 1, Rifle Club 3, Junior Play lStage Crawl, Senior Play lPedro, Technical Crewj, Junior Dance Commit- tee, Student Council Social Committee 3. "Hey, there's a hockey manl" . . . "Hey, she's kinda cute." . . . "Hey, kid!" JOHN EDWARDS TOBLER "He is a perpetual fountain of good sense." Courant lFeaturesJ 3, Senior Play lDuke Ricardol, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play lSets,, Guidance Work 4. "Mike" . . . "I like strong, black tea." . . . "You want me to hurry up?" . . . "My tropical fish are expecting." . "You can't print thisI" 53 'U' BARBARA ANNE TUTTLE "Gentlemen always seem to prefer blondes." Student Council IRepresentativei 1, Chcraleers 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls',Glee Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Intramurals l, 2, 4, Music Appreciation Club 2, Debating Club 4, Ways and Means Committee 3, 4, Junior Prom Dance Committee, Junior Play iMake-upi, Senior Play lMake-up, Setsi, G.O. Ticket Committee 1, Senior Prom Dance Committee. "Dainty, ain't it?" . . . "You'lI never guess who called me." . . . "Where's Tutt this weekend?" . . . "I had to sell the M.G.A." . . . "Phnerrnt." ROBERT LEE VAN DERHEYDEN "Nonsense is to sense as shade to light, it heightens effect." Student Council 1, 2, Choraleers 1, 2, Football 1, Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Play lChairman of Technical Crewb, Senior Play CChairman of Techni- cal Crewl. "l'm sick." . . . "Throw that man a fish!" . . . "Ace" . . . "Who took my tool kit?" . . . "But, Mr. Lindl" . . . "No, Mason, that's the sewer line." . . . "What I need is a key to this building." JOANNE VON ESCHEN "The beauty of a woman is in her hair." Uransferred from Manhasset High School, Manhasset, Long Island, New York, September, 1957.7 Archery lAwardJ 2, 3, 4, Basketball lMonagerJ 3, Softball Uunior Varsityi 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Ceramics Club 2i Thespion Club 3, Bridge Club 4, Junior Play lCostumesi, Dance Committee QRe- freshments Chairmanj 2, 3, Dues Com- mittee 2, lCo-Chairmani 3, Telephone Book Committee 37 Publicity Committee 3, Concessions Committee 4, Senior Play lCostumes, Mukevupip Ways and Means Committee 4. "Jo" . . . "Your hair looks nice today." . . . "'vVhat did you say?" . . . "Ten in five!" . . . "Hey, Joi" . . . "Say, you're a little bit short!" . . . "Whalel" HELGA TRELENBERG "Heart on her lips and soul with llel eyes, soft and sunny as the skies." lTransferred from Ricarda-Huch-Shule, Krefeld, Germany, September, 1959.1 Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Film Club 2, 3, 4. "I don't know if this is quite right." . . . China-blue eyes . . . "Are you sure that I can come?" . . . "Thank you, thi: is an American blouse." NANCY JANE VOORHEES "Old friends are best." Perannos Uypisti 3, Spectator Uypistl 3, library Club 3, Senior Play lUsherl Refreshment Committee 3, 4. "R. B. Morse, good morning." . . . "Like help." . . . "Oh, welll" NANCY ANN WATKINS "A good heart is worth gold." -rannos Uypistl 35 Spectator Uypistl 35 fwling 35 Intramurals lhlockeyl 35 Jrsing Club 35 Senior Play lRefresh- :ntsj5 Junior Play lRofreshmentsJ. lane" . . . "What am I going to do th my hair?" . . . "Man, he's cool!" . "What a dolll" . . . "Hey, how are ?" . . . "Guess who I like now?" SHIRLEY MAY WESTERHOFF "Humility, that low sweet root, rom which all heavenly virtues shoot." 'rannos lTypistD 35 Spectator Uypistl Rifle Club 35 Bowling 35 Ping-pong 35 sdminton 35 Ways and Means Com- ttee 45 Junior Play CRefreshmentsj5 nior Prom lRefreshmentsJ5 Senior Play hairman of Refreshments, Costumes, I Committeel5 Concessions Committee hat's cool." . . . "That's great!" . . . ey 'Io" . . . "Oh gee, what am I nna do?" . . . "What a mess my hair PETER V. WALL "Oh give us the man that sings at his work." Nutmeg Boys' State Award 35 All-State Chorus 3, 45 Band l, 25 Choraleers 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra I, 25 Courant CFeatures and Businessh Baseball Warsityj I, 2, 3, 45 Football lFreshmanJ 'l, Uunior Var- sityl 2, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Audio- Visual Squad 2, 35 Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Debating Club 2, 3, 45 Dance Commit- tee Uicketsl 2, fDecorationl 35 Junior Play lPublicityl. 4 F . . . Ranger fan . . . "l'll go up the line yetl" . . . Hockey Dumper . . . "Pete." KARIN ANNE WANNER "Gaity. Song and dance. Here we go round the mulberry bush." National Honor Society 45 Choroleers 45 Perannos lliterary Staffj 45 Hockey Warsityl 35 Intramurals 35 Junior Play KAunt Maryl: Senior 'Play lkeading Com- mittee, Student DirectorJ5 Nursing Club 25 Scholastic Writing Award lHonorable Mentionj 25 Greek Class 3, 4. "Don't be causticl" . . . Barefootly . . . "Oh, l'm not mad." . . . Tyrannical stu- dent director . . . "Who are you - l don't have my glasses." . . . "l'm going to hit youl" DAVID L. WELDY "They that govern most make the least noise." Soccer 25 Tennis 45 Rifle Club 25 Senior Play lSetsJ. "Saw the greatest show last nightl" . . . "Wl1ere's Olaf?" . . . "Dave" . . . "CooI as a moose" . . . "Same sand- wiches every day." 55 JUDY LYNN WHITLOCK "This lass so neat, with smile so sweet." Student Council lkepresentativej 2, 3, lAIternateJ 4, Choraleers 2, 3, 4, Hand- book 3, Perannos lBusiness Staffl, Hock- ey Uunior Varsityl 3, Intramurals 'l, 4, Nursing Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Junior Play lTiclrets, Propertiesl, Senior Play lPropertiesJ, Office Assistant 3, Class Ways and Means 1, Dance Committee 2, 3, AFS Committee 3. "Judy" . . . "Eeeeeeel" . . . Everybody's buddy . . . "I got another letter." . . . "Hey, you aIII" JUDI WHITNEY "T'is woman, woman who rules us stilI." Glee Club 2, Thespian Club 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Junior Play KCordeIiai, Senior Play CMaritornesl, Homecoming Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, Ways and Means Committee 3, Senior Play CProgram Committee, Make-up Commit- teel. "Hi-ya BabesI" . . . "Hey, Jan, I got the bombI" . . . "Hey boo-bool" . . . Ex- presso . . . "I'm thinking?l" , BARBARA GAIL WILLIAMSON "Love, sweetness, goodness, in her person shined." Uransferred from Hinsdale Township High School, Hinsdale, Illinois, Septem- ber, 1959.3 Glee Club 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Future Teachers of America 3, Latin Club 'I, 2, Senior Play CSets, Propertiesj, Art Service Commit- tee 4. "Hey, you sixteen kids in the back seatl Down!" . . . White convertible . . . "Here's the fuzz," . . . Midwestern ac- cent 43 . . . Pal of all the guys . , . "But it's not truel" VI WINE "The little dog that trots about often gets his bone." Uransferred from Park Hill High School, Parkville, Missouri, September, 1959.1 National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish National Honor Society 3, Class Vice- President l, Class Secretary 3, Spanish Club 2, lSecretaryl 3, Masque Club 3, Future Teachers Association 2, fTreas- ureri 3, Choir 3, Photography Club 4, Courant 4, Perannos fPhotography Staffj 4, Cheerleading 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Junior Prom QChairmanJ, American Field Service Committee 3, 4, Conces- sions Committee CChairmanJ 4, Ways and Means Committee lChairmanJ 4, Senior Play fProperties, Chairmanl, ln- tramurals 4. "Save your Confederate money, the South will rise againl" . . . "Smashing" . . . "Hey, y'alI" . . . "Have you bought your mums?" . . . "Brain one." . . . "I can't lhonlxl stop fhonlnl Iaughingl" . . . "See you seventh 'hour' in the Courant room." SALLYANN WOOD "Never anything can be amiss when simpleness and duty tender it." Choraleers 2, 3, 45 Glee Club I, 2, Perannos lBusiness Staffl 4, Softball fVarsityJ 2, 4g Intramurals 'I, 2, 3, 47 Rifle Club 2, Dance Committee 'I, 2g Junior Play ICostumesJp Senior Play CCostumes, Propertiesl. "HiI Where's Fuzzy?" . . . "let's go to Darien." . . . "Como esta usted, Senorita?" . . . "Guess what?" . . . "l knit another sweater." . . . "But I can'tl" . . . "I have to go to Spanish." PATRICIA ANN ZAVESKY "No language but the language of the heart." ITransferred from lawrence County High, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, Septem- ber 1958.1 National Honor Society 3, 47 Choraleers 4, Junior Play CPublicityJ, Senior Play ICcstumes, Promptingl. "Pat" . . . "I cut my hair." . . . Genius in trig . . . A little red sports car . . . "GoIlyI" . . . "My heart's in Tennessee." . . . Favorite topic: Laura. CYNTHIA LOUISE ZIMKUS "Prudent, cautious self-control is wisdom's root." Courant 3, CEditor of News Bureau! 4g Perannos fliterary Staffl 35 National Honor Society 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Creative Writing Club 2, 45 Ceramics Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Ways and Means Committee 3, 4, Junior Prom KRelreshmentsDf Junior Play KPrograms, Make-UPN Senior Play IDutchess, Make- uply Junior Dance Committee. "Cya" . . . "l have never been organ- izedl" . . . "l love reverberating wordsl" . . . Sweaters, sweaters ancl sweaters . . . Jay Clifford . . . Feedel amd Neecky. Q k Q f Q 5 I f ie ,Q r ,Hi 1 . ,m1.wz":tf i -A LYNNETTE CHOSE "Sweet gentle grace, a refreshing discovery anywhere." lTransferi'ed from Liberty High School, liberty, Pennsylvania, January, 19601 Class Secretary 2, School newspaper 2, Hockey 4, Basketball 2, Typing Club 2, Journal Club 2, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Thespian Club 3, Play Committee 4. "Buttons" . . . "ln a minute" . . . Pennsylvania gal . . . "That's terriblel" 2 e ' e . fei'fmi'fQ2ff,fs-'v -- . . ff. , U, . : , ,sw ri, .. .1 - eQfffs5w:a-. .- Bi fe, ei 1-:5 .X J 1 in ., exams- in-1. :WM-.ff-K L. V f ,ef,,.,x W, 1- Laws. V wgirg: gi w, .gwfidii-,-,,,,f -' efs,ff,f:w-,ze H 1 5 F ,tw A K K , .,,..,, . ff: , fewzsrwv ff BETTE FAUST "A certain kind of eagerness that pleased us very much." Uransferrecl from San Marino High School, California, February, 1960i Maiorette 3, Literary magazine 3, Span- ish Club 4, Sailing Club 4, Math Club 2, 3, Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Associated Student Body fSociaI Com- mitteej 2, 4, Senior Play Committee 4. "What's it like in California? Well, iust about perfect." . . . "Where am l?" . . . "lt's br-r-r-sy out!" ., 'I f - - , 3455? ,. , s::..,- V f H .fe 1- 1-'fx' wgtlegftl- I : M- L- if C C., W or s w ' QL- . nM,4,t,,,, yi 'Y Here we go a-waissaling. ?ii,,5gi'ii:i+?iiEli,5 SSi5vE''ii?fWSE?31i:'illEE Roll out the barrel! Z O - E. 3 cn :. 0? 9 3 n -. i E' Vance and friends Q.. Home Room . . . some were, some weren'1 Lounging v e X fe., ,X ,e Q VI .gpg 2121, w 'Wa 'ff-f e -Q . , uf ' M...-w lg - X .n A M P H lt's all they sell here. Lunching Bill and Pa! s x. ,L Lola and Jerry E If you con't ioin 'em, beat NC lf. L S VV Vldfhf rrf-5' f Timmy Marty ww A S' We Industrials up Florida Tanned, Firsi Row: .lu Sandy Lowgren, Sandy Hibberf. dy Whitlock, Sigue Lowgren. Second Row: Didi "When I ge? to Heaven, gon na pui on those shoes . . . ' Goldmark, Lynne Knolael, 61 ,W W .r "Swcnee, how I love you . . . " Paper peddler L-eu QQ ,ff .w""A ,af nv" If 4-Q. 2 4 Y , l'm not? linda Hung ca left. , -..- . Bruce, Judy, Dave, Caroline Nl , ' ' ,- 1 Wh- x Everybody's coming to ihe Senior Play except me, and you know what l Um! lynne Yearbook pictures? PU, Don'i give me any of that lipl 63 Happiest Smile: 1. Rita Suffredini 2. Olaf Andrae Most Scientific: 3. John Jackson 4. Ronay Arlt Most Personable: 5. Bill Hauschild 6. Marylin Moon Most Humorous: 7. Jerry Mather 8. Vi Wine Most Flirtatious: 9. Dave Jones 10. Janney Kingsland Most Artistic: 11. Marion Kulka 12. Lon Clark Most Theatrical: 13. Dempster Leech 14. Martha Fabry Best Looking: 15. Signe Lowgren 16. Dave Kelsey Most Literary: 17. Tim Mills 18. Marylin Arthur Best Dressed: 19. Lynne Knobel 20. Pete Gopcevic Most Likely To Succeed: 21. John McDiarmid 22. Liz Shera Contributions To The School: 23. Dave Austin 24. Laurie Dunbar Most Athletic: 25. Lennie Harris 29. Sandy Hibbert Sister And Brother: 26. Bill Irwin 27. Judy Whitlock Most Musical: 28. Priscilla Spring 30. Chris Chase Ili? M: wilt Q . :Q es-'A Av ' ' Senior N Su perlaiives UNDERCLASSMEN '- iv Junlons The Junior Prom and the Junior Play threw the iunior class into a frenzy of activity. While working hard to increase their class treasury, they did not forget their place in school life. Indeed, a number of them served in prominent positions. The class of 1961 promises to be an asset to New Canaan. Junior Class Officers, Seated: Penny Raymond, Secretary: Chris Albright, President. Standing: Beth Watson, Treasurer, Terry McCarty, Vice-Presi- dent. 68 Mrs. Haskell, 100, First Row, Left to Right: Harris Bigelow, Larry Bauer, Dave Chase, Norris Boulden, George Briechle, Susan Bech, Susan Carpenter, Carol Cantrell, Mike Andronaco, Catherine Ahearn, Chris Albright, Nancy Blair, Nancy Brown. Second Row: William Arnott, Joe Callaway, Wayne Catto, Fred Miss Leatherland, 102, First Row, Left to Right: Helen Doscher, Third Row: Steve Clark, John Gardner, Alex Reid, Rick Natale Mary Pat Dix, Mary Daly, Toni Fulton, Sue Couch, Ann Gardener, Peter DiVenere, Spencer Friedman, Pete Ferris, Dick Stuart Janet Fox, Kate Colborn, Raquel Garcia. Second Row: Shiela Frank Colletto, Peter Freeman. Not Shown: Linda Dillaway, Bet Dolan, Mary Jane Daringo, Augie Curcio, Don Ellis, William tina Durrenmatt, Susan Elders, Elaine Evans. Gardner, Tad Dillon, Gail Fraser, Melanie Ekland, Betsy Conner. Catto, Tim Bryant, Clara Barr, Donna Becker, Barbara Brigante, Don Botticelli, Kenneth Campel, Carl Caputo, Shirley Ann Austin, Marta Apy, Not Shown: Paul Chipello. N ,M fm, T Mr. Twardy, 13, First Row, Left to Right: Susan Williams, William Tiani, Sheryl Wilkinson, Maria Tramontana, Gary Vozzo, Beverly Williamson, Daniel Vitti, Virginia Win- nicki. Second Row: Beth Watson, Peter Wilson, Dale Tot- ten, Richard Warnk, Peter Vernon, Brooke Worden, Mary Mr. Newell, 201, First Row, left to Right: Ty Osborn, Mary Ann Stiles, Jean Re, Wendy Price, Peggy Price, Rosanne Sweet, Susan Strong, Pamela Orpet, Pat Sirico, Penny Raymond, Carol Russo. Second Row: Ellin Quinn, Carol Saunders, John O'Shaughnessy, Dick Stewart, Winton Ros- Lou Youmans. Third Row: Robert White, Jim Wainacht, Allan Valeo, Dave Williams, Steven Wessel, Anthony Zulkeski. Fourth Row: Steve Zimmerman, Thomas Wood, Ray Waldmann, Ron Viarengo, Peter Ward, Hoyt Tuttle. Not Shown: Jacqueline Walker, Linda Wilson. siter, Ken Rank, A. Stentcl, Jo Carol Riggio, Despina Offenhauser, Pat Sheane. Third Row: John Schautz, Geof- frey Rauch, Robert Stewart, Geoffrey Stelling, Robert Stark, Adam Ross, Gary Odell, Charles Rucci, James Slaughter. Mr. Lewis, 110, First Row, Left to Right: Marty Mull, Carol Lybrand, Ginny Meyer, Gretchen Neal, Betty Ludwig, Barbara McAnulty, Barbara Marsden, Pamela McClure, Terry McCarty, Marcia Mitchell, Geraldine McGrath, Chris Musilli, Sandra Morrow, Warren Mattiello. Sfecond Row: Frederick Loomis, Jim Morrisson, Dennis McMurray, Mi- L Hallett, 103, First Raw, to Right: Frances How- Helene Knight, Patricia lin, Susan Harry, Evelyn nata. Second Row: Patri- lohns, Deborah Johnson, f Lester, Karen Gisinger, r Gray, Dolores Humph- Third Row: James Gil- , Linda Johnston, Pam nts, Loraine Kobbe, Flor- ' Klauser, Christine Kel- Steve Corrie. Fourth : Kasper Liepins, Lynn rel, James Kittle, Louie llo, Bob Killingsworth, 'on Hayden. Fifth Row: Kardos, Frank Hermes, Keller, Kevin Lahey, r Buckley, Jonathan Hall. Shown: Dave Gibb, Art rick. chael Malarney, Ralph Nebbia, Hugh McCaw, William McKay, Floyd Naylor, Ferdinand Miller, Denis Lueders, Jack Navauskis, James Nield. Not Shown: Linda Lucas, Susan Martin, Cecelia Montanaro, Julie Muenchen, Pat Murray. 71 Sophomore Class Officers, left to Right: Angela Suffredini, Secretary, Frank Blod, President, Brian Hill, Vice-President, lynn Rice, Treasurer. Miss Bluhm, 105, First Row, Left to Right: Gloria Brannen, Lindo Baxter, Cassia Besson, Joan Bucciarelli. Second Row: Lynne Arnold, Ken Amato, Gary Bach, Robert Brigham, Elise Boeger. Third Row: Mike Bacco, Robert Bach, Eileen Bak, Bob Baker. Fourth Row: Larry Arthur, Frank Blod, John Batey, Richard Bickford, John Nradley. Fifth Row: Joe Andronaco, Ted Benedict, lawrence Bauer, Philip Blasi- us, Ken Arnott, Robin Bimmel. Not Shown: Patsey Bettridge, Kurt Brand. 72 SOPHC Homemade cakes are a saleable item, so the sophomore class went into business at Camera Corner and at the Grand Union ana rainy Sat- urday morning. ,ln addition, this practical class presented a genuine Holloywoodg film, "The Littlest Out- law," vrhichiamassedt9S16Q,'greand in March they gave an eerie dance called the "Spider's Web," which was very successful. They have even started a class newspaper call News of '62. As you can see, our sopho- mores are an active group. AORES Miss Ames, 205, First Row, left to Right: Schrade Radtke, Jayne Ricker, Gail Runyon, Betsy Reid, Peter Ruinone, Andrea Romako, Edith Rothman, Phyllis Rosen, Mary Per- kins. Second raw: Gretchen Schultz, Francie Poor, Ellen Shipman, Jim Saunders, Ted Shmidt, Jim Shipman, Donald Mr. Reed, 108, First Row, Left to Right: Barb Natale, Heidi Osborn, Dianne Miller, Karen Keller, Elaine John- son, Sharon Paglialungo, lois Muraro, Judith Jones, Shari Patterson. Second Row: Bonnie loh, Claudia Mat- hewson, Mike Meyers, Brooke Maddux, Bob Kraus, Bev Pantalone, Drew McKee, Elizabeth Kellam, Frank Minelli, Schreyer, Rolf Schaarschmidt, Donald Pollock, Lindsey Sharp, Susan Shelley, Lynn Rice. Not Shown: Elsa Phil- lippi, Marianne Pia, Bobby Pickering, Don Re, Richard Ray, Betsy Schettino, Jennifer Symour. Nick Noell. Third Row: Judy Nail, Gary Liberatore, Andy Mercer, Victor Marinovic, Richard Olson, Peter Murphy, Robert Montgomery, Brian Lueders, Frank Marabella. Not Shown: John Lato, Joe LaViola, John Loyd, John Lust, Bill Morrisette, Dan O'ConneIl, Tom Parks, Dave Pennoyer. We l i --ii V SN Mr. Littlefield, 207, First Row, Left to Right: Susan Thurrott, Angela Suffredini, linda Terrana, Jackie Vitiello, Sharon Walker, Leslie Tugeau. Second Row: Beverly Tiani, Sharyn White, Barbara Wallendorf, Bonnie Watt, Claire Thompson, Eileen Stearns, Marsha Weed. Third Row: David Walker, Alex Souden, Kenneth Titus, Dario Socci, Hilton Waibel, David Stout, Bob Weigert, Charles Startup. Fourth Row: Bob Wolf, Gregory Thomas, Dick Zavesky, Robert Thome, Gorton Wood, Kirk Smith, Marshall Walker, David Specht. Not Shown: Arthur St. Cyr, Deborah Smith, Harry Strauss, Gary Strunck. Mr. Coyle, 106, First Row, left to Right: Didi Chapin, Joe Cerritani, Gary Campel, Doug Chance, Steve d'Arazien, Judson DeCew, Carol Edwards, Sandra Calitri, Judy Carroll, Pat Durf, Marianne Catto, Sandra Conner, Pat Campbell, Barbara Coppola. Second Row: Henry Conklin, Toby Cooper, Tim Creedon, Ray . :- - sl 1 J ,. f , as Contner, Paul Doscher, King Mr. Smith, 107, First Row, Left to Right: Sharon Grallo, Donna Hawley, Barb Ford, Ingrid Girard, Lynne Fleck, Maureen Graves, Marty Hauschild, Carol Ellison, Denise Hecker. Second Row: Bill laizzi, Joan Heberman, Carla Jepsen, Sue Evans, Diane Jewett, Paul lkerman, Judy Harris, Barb Ferrer, Susan Fitz- gerald, Brian Hill. Third Row: Tom Hahn, Chuck Griffiths, Bob Hoyt, Robert Ellis, Ted Hodgins, Harry Hill, Donn Hayden, John Hibbert, Susan Hare, Tom Jaeger. Not Shown: Angelo Gesualdi, Jennifer Hilton, Bernard Hopp, Pat Hornbostel. Chapin, Linda Ciccoaritti, Amy Cousins, David Dapice, Arlene Campel, Esther Couolus, Sue Castle, Paul Caste. Not Shown: Dean Burdick, Dick Cornwell, Frances Delio, Joe DelVicario, Bob DeMaria, Debbie Dunstan. FRESHMEN Freshman Class Officers, Top to Bottom: Mark Battersby, President, Charlotte How- ard, Vice-President, Gail Johnson, Secretary, Kevin Sullivan, Treasurer. Freshmen, who at the beginning of the of a stom- ped-on feeling, areonosy plotting to take of their energy, ghsold NCHSV f gave a dance, iriekperienced freshmen are fast learning the ways of the high school. Mr. Pelletier, 16, First Row, Lett to Right: Larry Smith, mont, Farrell Smith. Not Shown: Herbert Seile Tully John Simmons, Bill Tugeau, David Speltz, Bill Warren, Shelley, Jeff Smith, Leo Socci, Gordon Streeter Alex Tom Welch, Gordon Smith, Kevin Gullavin, Russell Stor- Struck, Keith Thorne, Fred Wescott, Dana Webster 1 S I 'EQ V""' Mrs Dixon and Miss Carriclr, 10 and 14, First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Vitti, Linda Wickett, Mary Lou Tislm, Pat Tallbert, Susie Taylor. Second Row: Ellen Thomas, Martha Williams, Shelley Sweet, Lynn Tausig, Pat Strong, Annette West Third Row: Pom Swallow, Pam Tuttle, Carol Suen, W 2 Q7 Mr. Colanninno, 104, First Row, Left to Right: Kay Davis, Candy Cousins, Nancy Daily, Susie Creamer, lois Durren- matt, Margo Everman. Second Row: Viola Finney, Padroic Derrio, Ann Erlandson, Angelo Di Cresenzo, Gail David- son, Pat Fannon, Megan Dyke. Third Row: Lee Combs, Pam Cooper, Richard Davey, larry Creedon, Elaine Esken- Christine Sturges, Nancy Tippman. Fourth Row: Sue Schnaitter, Shelly Sellaw, Ann Shumaker, Claire Watson, Carol Witt, Melinda Specht. Fifth Row: Barbara Talmage, Lynne Worden. Not Shown: Joan Socci, Suzanne Stevens, Dianne Von Eschen. sen, Steve Delupp. Fourth Row: Virginia Dudley, Ted Craig, Fred Farnam, Jean Crosby, Bob Farity. Not Shown: Dianne Coffey, Wayne De Forest, Salvator De Michael, Gilda Di Fulvio, Tom Draper, Martha Drum, Virginia DuCale, Barrett Duff, Vicki Farlow. Mr. Maier, 101, First Row, Left to Right: Babs Cettetani, Judy Armstrong, Linda Barker, Missy Brine, Kathy Burdick, Becky Baumgartner, Maryann Chinn, Elizabeth Benchley. Second Row: Tim Allen, Jean Breckley, Joseph Boccuzzi, Susan Cody, Peter Bickford, Tom Cody, Janet Andronaco, L..- Mark Battersby. Third Row: Jerry Boykuz, Duane Arbuth- not, Janice Chornyei, Jay Bouton, Raymond Burkhardt, Pamela Burk, Mariorie Alvezi, Diane Ceck, Nancy Bloom. Not Shown: Tom Buckley, Marion Briechle, John Calitri, Antane Addesso, Mike Benedetto, Vincent Bernadelli. Mr. Brooks, 206, First Row, Left to Right: Priscilla Nagy, Dana McDevitt, Marilyn McGredy, Nancy Mathers, Sheiley Noyes, Cindy McKee, Hillary Munrs, Brooke Manning. Second Row: Mike Musilli, Gerry Merrill, Ed O'Connell, Arnold Kyle, Bill Malarney, David Mull, Marylyn Martin. F Third Row: Steve Mitchell, Marylou McReynolds, Bob loh Bob Knight, Terry O'Brien, Russell Nebbia, Ricky Larcom: Michael McKee, Bob McArthur, Muriel Miller. Noi Shown Mike- Kraus, Ivan Kruglak, Joyce Titfell, Sharon lucas William Marcbella, Steve Norris. . 2 Mrs. White, 204, First Row, Left to Right: Bonnie Johns, Marion Kellum, Cynthia King, Bruce Kelsey, lynne Johan- nesson. Second Row: Gail Johnsen, Nancy Johnson, Pat Jenkins, Linda Johnson, Richard Kenyon, Katherine Hotch- kiss. Third Row: Barbara Johnson, Charlotte Howard, Elizabeth Kapteina, Happy Huffard, Chris Hornbostel. Fourth Row: Carolyn Herman, Roxanne Heppner, Michaela Hill, Rebecca Hopper, Paul Jaykus, Dave Howe. Fifth Row: Dave Hoyt, Robert Hughes, Dave Johnson, Dave Ireland, Paul Jones. Not Shown: Steve Ivan, Paul Jones, Bruce Keller. Mr. Alger, 208, First Row, Left to Right: Lynne Rossiter, Janet Rushforth, Sager Peterson, Beverly Peterson, Mary Riggio, lynn Olsen, Joe Palumbo. Second Row: Pat O'Neill, Victoria Robeclc, Nancy Reinholt, Linda Rilling, Jim Sanders. Third Row: Karen Quinn, Marty Plummer, Kyle Runyon, Carole Rucci, Robin Rohde, Pat Pellicci Fourth Row: Chris Rheaume, Toby Schmidt, Randy Packard Jay Saunders, Dayton Ogden. Not Shown: Joan Perlberg Pat Pellicci, Lisa Rodegast, Joe Pelumbo, George Paul Bill Saccary. Mr. Howard, 203, First Row, Left to Right: Don Graves, Lorna Fisher, Carolyn Farrer, Jeff Fuller, Richard Franco, Helen Fisher, Vandy Hannan, Babara Harry. Second Row: Pat Foster, Eric Granholm, Tim Hanley, Ronnie Fry, Marlene Gilbert, John Hauschild, Dick Fasold, James Farrell. Mr. Howard, 203, First Row, Left to Right: Sandra Grallo, Ladd Frisby, Bonnie Ghents, Lillian Galenski Susan Genovese, Nancy Gregory, Melanie Firman, Clair Filbert. Second Row: Joy Fraser, Ann Hahn Skip Haskell, Art Hahn, Mack Goode, Jim Gould, Sally Fox, Leigh Gardner. Not Shown: John Farnham Joseph Fernandez, Rinda Gesualai, John Hall. ,Vex A 225 N 2-Q 1 51 Qi? 3 xv inane MLK 'H fem... ,, ..., W. - -miie- ' ' N 1 'CIOC' e Does he come wiih the dispenser? Can you lend me fen cents? The "lf" girls 318255355 334239 LT""""I Camera shy? ,E 1 Ann and Pete Dave Chris It s domg somethmg Bob and Heidi All fhe hens u 'Iayin'. E x 2 w . Carol plays Chopin. P N A f WH" M' Gina. Lihyy K Who9's cooking? Some studied, others . . . look, there's u photographer! Ginny , M .W ,VK -?. , These tinker toys don't work very well A x sqm: ,mx my A "Standing on the corner . . .' A wand'ring minsfrel I "Gallia est omnis divisa TIGER 86 Cheesel Comrudes. I l 8 Be sociable, have lunchl Rubblin'in1l1e rubbish. Large charge! 87 A 4? Q, :QA ' .. .. H -M ff mm, .., X f , .-.. y , K ACTIVITIES STUDENT Left to Right Sandy Hibberl, Marilyn Moon, Barbara Ford, Janet Fox, Kendra Baxler, Sue Strong, Carol Brown, Sally Fox, Chris Albright, Mark Battersby, Missy Brine, CCUNCIL 'ed Benedict, Pete DiVenere, John McDiarmid, Pete Freeman, Bob Baker, Dayton Dgden, Frank Blod, Art Chivvis, Judy Whitlock, Dave Austin. The wheels of the government at New Canaan High School are well greased by the Student Council. The adoption of parliamentary pro- cedure at the meetings, and the selection of a committee by the council members have helped to make an efficient student govern- ment. Through The Advisor, "the voice of' the Student Council," the activities of the Student Council are made known to the students. The "Homecoming Dance," skate sale, and the Council sponsored AFS Ball have proved the Student Council's motto, "Without organization there can be no progress." Officers: Carol Brown, Treasurer, Peter Freeman, Vice-President, David Austin, President, Sandy Hibbert, Secretary. Mr. Collier, Advisor rrttcs Q Mr. Maier, Advisor Mr. Colaninno, Advisor Mr. Howard, Advisor NATIONAI HCNOR SOClETY Elected to the National Honor Society on the basis of their scholarship, leadership, service and character, Honor Society members worked to set high standards both in scholastic and extra curricular activities at New Canaan High School. Their many other con- tributions to the school in- cluded tutoring students, ush- ering, and serving as guides to visitors. Ascending Ladder, Left to Right: Ronny Arlt, Martha Fabry, John McDiarmid, Mike Tobler, Marylin Arthur, Monte Brooks, Bill Hauschild, Dempster Leech CPresidentJ, Dave Austin, Chris Chase, Herb Smith, Mary Naylor, Kerin Wanner. First Row: Betty Hay- wood, Linda Peterson, Vi Wine, Rita Suffredini Nice-Presidenti, liz Shera, Cynthia Zimkus. Second Row. Laurie Dunbar QSecre- taryl, Judy Johnson, Priscilla Spring, Nancy Blod, Gaye Arkelian, Pat Zavesky, M'K Blood Ureasureri. Third Row: Sandy Hibbert, Judy Peterson, Gloria Schreyer, Marion Kulka. Missing: Tom Morrow, John Jackson. New Canaan High's cos- mopolitan atmosphere wds brightened this year by the presence of four foreign stu- dents. Olaf Andrae of Ger- many and Sonia Lystad of Norway came to us through the American Field Service Exchange Program. Sweden's Birgitta Lindkvist and Ger- many's Helga Trelenberg, both transfer students, also shared many of our classes. Their stay in New Canaan has broadened our awareness of other peoples. 7-Up is international. l Oaf 59,-,ia Birgitta Helga E? First Row, Lett to Right: Martha Fabry, M'K Blood, Rita Suffredini, Mary Naylor, Liz Shera, Marylin Arthur, Sharon Cooper, Lon Clark. Second Row: Nancy Blod, Mimi Moon, Terry McCarty, Joan Gray, Beth Watson, Leslie Checkley, Sue Sallade, Marion Kulka, Lissa Couch. Third Row: Candy Cousins, Betty Haywood, Sue Harry, Judy Whitlock, Car- oline Crawtord, Janet Giorgio, Sallyann Wood, Judy :ik-r , - Peterson, Barbara Williamson, Sandy Lowgren, Gaye Ara- kelian. Fourth Row: Andrea Romako, Kathy O'Connell, Art Chivvis, Bob Killingsworth, Mary Ann Billera, Barbara Moyer, Dave Jones, Charles Startup, Sue Greene, Vi Wine. Filth Row: Mr. Kepes, Tim Mills, Sonia Lystad, Lynn Knobel, Stu Brown, Tad Dillon, Karin Wanner, Bill Hauschild, Bob Bach, Ronay Arlt, Steve d'Arazien, Betsy Reid, Mr. Smith. Editors Martha Fabry, Layout, Sharon Cooper, Literary: M'K Blood, Photography, Liz Shera, Editor-in-Chief. Miss- Marylrn Arthur, Co-Ordinatingg Mary Naylor, Assistant: ing: Rita Suffredini, Business, Beth Watson, Junior Editor, Joan Gray Junior Editor, Terry McCarty, Junior Editor, Lon Clark, Art. T IIQWGZQ il viii' inf' TTSik PERANNCS They're always in a huddle To get out of their muddle- A pile of yearbook trouble Quite tall. They said it didn't matter How much they hash and chatter, If they goto top-notch yearbook After all. W ,:5fn55f1,:4. :xx-ar fwgt' A 2 k ..,k,,-yitxfgwfifi .3-,, , ,, X. ,f,W,WT . AW. Q. 4-Mig J ' t ii i. The yearbook's in there! , l Lon Clark, Art Editor. Oopsl is 1+ V Elsie -V'i ir "Get quick relief from headache, neuritis, and neuralgia . . ." 4 M Editors, Seated, Left to Right: Bull Hauschild KMissingD Bob Bach Photo graphyy Helen Doscher, Business Joan Bucclarelll Exchange Raquel Garcia, News and Features. Standing Cynthia Zlmkus News Bureau Laurie Dunbar, Assistant Editor Judy Johnson Editor in Chief he alll 1--.Q Hard at work. , ,xx V ,f wa-.t W Judy "Scoop the Advertiser!" the iour- nalists cried as they rounded up news all over the school. "Make the Courant bigger and better," chan- ted the editors encouragingly. "No spelling mistakes," admonished Mrs. White, their advisor. Lucky Courant readers became the best informed people in the student body, thanks to this remarkable staff, which gave prize-winning coverage of school news sports and activities. 96 I1 News Bureau, First Row: Barbara Rollin, Linda Terana, Sandy Conner, Suzanne Quintard, Nancy Brown. Second Row: Cynthia Zimkus, Mimi Moon, Eileen Bak, Sue Olsen, Andrea Romako. Front Row, Left to Right: Helen Doscher, Laurie Dunba r, Judy Johnson, Raquel Garcia. Second Row: Margo Eberman, Penny Raymond, Denise Hecker, Karen Keiler, Pat Griffin, Pam Ginny Meyer, Vi Wine, Candy Cousins. Third row: Mrs. Susan Strong, Jim Gould, Beth Watson, Ellin Quinn, Gail Orpet, White, Fraser, Joan Gray, Marta Apy, Pam Ghents Fourth Row Brooke Worden Mary Naylor, M'K Blood Bob Bach Frank Hermes Bill Haus child, Lon Clark, Dave Jones Stuart Brown Jo Carol Rlgglo Terry McCarty. X "A Mighty Fortress" photograph by Robert Bach photograph by S. 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Second Row: Ty Osborn, Pat Raymond, Rita Suffredini, Pam Orpet, Marta Apy, Mary Lou Youmans, Jackie Walker, Carla Jepson, Ingrid Girard, Barbara Tuttle, Linda Baxter, Joan Bucciarelli, Brooke Maddux, Pat Zavesky, Barbara Wallendorf, Ellen Shipman, Janice O'Conner, Sue Harry, Pam Ghents, Nancy Blair, Kate Colborn, Barbara Ford, Cathy Ahearn, Bev Tiani, Lynn Rice, Missy Brine, Barbara Natale. Third Row: C I I O R A L E E R S Bonnie Watt, Mary Naylor, Lindsay Sharp, Jo Carol Riggio, Karin Wanner, Lynne Knobel, Marty Mrs. Hilton's beloved choraleers certainly know fine music when they hear it. They plunge with en- thusiasm into the most dif- ficult eight part songs and most complicated counter- point. The highlights of the year are their Christ- mas and Spring Concerts, when the blend of high quality music and high quality 'voices never fails to enchant both audience and modest members. The Girls Glee Club also lends to the musical atmosphere at New Canaan High School. Girls' Glee Club, First Row, Left to Right: Gail Davidson, Mary Lou Tiska, Nancy Dailey, Janet Rushforth, Sharon Walker, Victoria Robeck, Mrs. Hilton, Phyllis Rosen, Barbara Harry, Carol Cantrell, Robin Rhode, Christine Sturges, Betsey Schettino. Second Row: Joyce Littell, Marsha l Weed, Lynne Fleck, Elaine Johnson, Mariorie Alvezi, Frances Poor, Clara Barr, Lynn Rice, Charlotte Howard, Claire Watson, Sandra Conner, Lee KOYifl, Gardner. Third Row: Barbara Johnson, Virginia Dudley, Janice Chornyei, l-YFIHOI Marylou McReynolds, Barbara Talmage, Pam Cooper, Lynn Arnold. shafon Barb, Brooke Carol 1.84 t ff .si .J ,ian Wx 11 K' . Candy Cousins, Sue Davis, Cassia Besson, Jennifer Hilton, Amy Cousins, Fred Catto, Steve Clark, John Loyd, Herb Smith, Randy Packard, Art Hornick, Chris Albright, Pete Wall, John McDiarmid, Charles Rucci, Ricky Loomis, Tony Zulkeski, Paul Doscher, Bill Bump, Kevin Sullivan, Priscilla Spring, Gretchen Schultz, Judy Peterson, Judy Harrison, Marianne Pia, Karen Keiler, Elsa Phillippi, Jayne Ricker. Fourth Row: Mike Malarney, Kirk Smith, Richard Warnk, Harris Bigelow, Norris Boulden, Hoyt Tuttle, Dave Chase, Geoff Minnick, Chris Chase, Dave Kelsey, Bruce Taylor, Russell Nebbia, Albert Holly, Tom Burgher, Bill MacKay, Don Pollock, Pete Wilson, Laurie Dunbar, Sandy Hibbert, lola Pia, Marilyn Moon, Signe Lowgren, Janney Kingsland, Maureen Graves, Nancy Bloom. , il eiflww I. v Dixie Cuts, left io Right: Paul Chipello, Fefe Freeman, Pete Ward, Pete Vernon, Bob Stark, Frank Hermes. Tom Draper, Mr. Gilleite All-State finstrumentall, First Row, left to Right: Kate Coi- born, Pete Vernon, Frances Howard. Second Row: Pete Freeman, Frank Hermes, Dick Zavesky. .Z All-State fvocail, Left to Right: Chris Chase, Sandy Hib bert, Laurie Dunbar, Geoff Minnick, Pete Wall, Pat Mur ray, John McDiarmid. Dance Band, First Row: Tom Morrow, Larry Arthur, Pete Row: David Howe, Sandy Hermes, Dick Zavesky, Pete Vernon, Pete Freeman, Tom Jaeger, Bob Stark. Second Ward, Fred Catto, Jon Hall, Mr. Dougherty, Dick Perry. BAND 'l Vie! .... . 5,12 First Row, Left to Right: Becky Baumgartner, Donna Becker. Second Row: Steven Norris, Frances Howard, Dick Kenyon, Pam Swallow, Virginia Dudley, Jennifer Hilton, Lynn Korbel, Ray Burghardt, Dave Specht, Bill Arnott, Pete Vernon, Mary Ann Stiles, Priscilla Spring, Tom Jaeger, Dave Dapice. Third Row: Mark Battersby, Jay Farrel, Bruce Kelsey, Allan Valeo, Henry Conklin. Fourth Row: Dick Franco, John O'Shoughnessy, Steve Zimmerman, Dick Zavesky, Geoffrey Stelling, Fred Catto, Eric Granholm, Dave Mull, Ken Arnold, Tom Morrow, Pete Freeman, Hoyt Tutt'e, Jeff Fuller, larry Arthur, Gretchen Neal Fifth Row: Russ Nebbia, Pete Ward, Ken Rank, Pete Wilson, Harris Bigelow, Jack Bradley, Skip Haskell, Gordon Smith, Frank Hermes, Bill Kingsbury, Dave Howe, Peter Bickford, Paul Jaykus, Mr. Dough- erty. Old standards are really swinging this pleasure. We hear them at assemblies, year. Mr. Dougherty has the mellowest and our "cats" even swing forthe parents. of bands, with sweet brass and cool wood- Almost everyone agrees that our school winds making our ear drums tingle with has a talented and versatile group. ' Q fx -K -3 M , i . -4 K ..s ,K - sz , ff . 'Q W, ' V ' iz- "sQ?',- f' sf J -: 1 W 'V it CRCHESTRA Mr. Dougherty's orchestra group was small but active this year. Meeting three times a week, the talented musicians studied such works as March in G by Purcell, Russian Chorale and Overture by Tchaikovsky, and the Balkan Suite by Lewis. Lacking enough members for a full orchestral concert, they played, nevertheless, in ensembles for such affairs as the Arts Festival. First Row, left to Right: George Briechle, George Price, Shirley Noyes, Pam Ghents, Donald Schreyer Dave Specht, Toby Schmidt. Second Row: Ken Arnold, John O'5haughnessy, Fred Catto, Muriel Miller Priscilla Spring, Lois Durrenmatt. Third Row: Lynn Rice, Paul Jaykus, Joe Boccuzzi, Mr. Dougherty. Qfixs , rsf' Yi ..'1?fgZ' 7 4lw f swf -N i ,gzfgiw ,. 5953951 2 M gum fi i , A ' fifwivf y Yi, er. f , img Y MP H KQV' w , A W ' st A ' , we as E , A, -2 fi., V 1 L -. .. f , L P ' V ' 2 yfllheggg-i ff ,st N ' ' T '1'-ff A T f F . X' '9 at Q, ' ., N, A I U 4, 2 x P W, 1, R A it is it 5,7-gg., 1 smwmwf----g , .. 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' 1 - 'eiiffir f C is .. ggi, - ,, "I 3 -V ' :f .: ' NY' K "ww :V 3- -1' f ' -5 1 ,' E I f 1" 6,31 Q ' Fi th '-5 ,M 0 17 - - :4?J?ij7f rAeiiWi?C"li .f N its V ,ls 3, 6 ,-s,,,,, , W ft was -s , K .MA riff J 'r ln, ' ' M Ngvjiwggfwgikf , -.-tp xg, w ,,, s,Q rf, V - A Q s I 1 i k l ,,.-ir' DCN QUIXOTE Dauntless he rode over the country side, cr mad knight and his fat squire. Though sufficiently warned of his coming, the town of New Canaan fell to Don Quixote. Loyal subjects followed their brave knight into battle and aided him by enchanting the crowd that gathered. A Saint named Clair was the master mind behind Don Quixote and his friends, and it was through his clever tactics that Don Quixote triumphed. Dinner is served "This ought to be fun for you." ,.qg,Qgg,g,M M Q WAQQM -1-,. Q . ,. "Hold, vast contending armies!" --'T . 5'1" W ,A 5, f , H . J 3 if JEL I t ,, tt ui , Jw' ' Hello, up there in the booth." Befween ads. g u Setting the stage. 2 JY Arise Don Quixote de la Manchu. "Knight of the Sorrowful Figure!" "Mind thy pots, Maritonesf' "Until death, thine! "Bring on ihe Spanish dancers." L 1 Las? and noblest knight-errant" 1 w 4 The iriumphani end! "Vcmquished! THE MALE ANIMAL JUNIOR PLAY I can'I give you anyIhing." "Come on, puI up your fists." Produce made perfect Rather good, If I do say so myself," 6 W, , wx- , ff! i Lv Ei X X -f 'ew Q ,, f V Q , t'L4, , YW 5 J- 45' U 1, W, ,ian ..,,. 3557 . ,, Q as X v 2 'fl , Wi? 9 WY., 3 wi 5 .-.lmksm Wi I X P 1.,.3k - Q :X 'f , ' ,.,:, f 7 , lg? Yi' iz 5 ,K .1 bqllz f H ,A 4 Q my 52 5 W A 3 h f H rka5 'w N X 'W' 2-'Y xg .ggi 1- K Mm A v X v F fm VK 4 1 .W Lsqf N 1 5 9 f N-Q ? RADIO CLUB Amplifiers, speakers, and their complexities occupy the electrically minded members ofthe Radio Club. The "hams" practice tapping out codes in Mr. Pelletier's room after school. Then they show cards they have received from far- away contacted lands. Seated, Left to Right: Tom Krug- lak, Bill Kingsbury. Standing, Left to Right: Mr. Pelletier, Kas- par Liepins, Dave Austin, Dave Speltz. ART SERVICE is in F? 5 Rim " , wiifffiifz Q nf ' -W Q - Art Service provides the necessary visual communication for school activities. The committee arranges the display cabinets and bulletin boards along our corridors. In addi- tion, combining the knowledge of the art and design depart- ments, large displays are set up four times a year. These enhance our study halls as well. First Raw, Left to Right: Bev Byrne, Mr. Fabry. Second Row: Barbara Williamson, Lindsey Sharp, Sharon Hayden, Lissa Couch, Janet Fox, Joan Gray, Jo Carol Riggio, Racquel Garcia. Third Row: Kathy O'Connell, Rosanne Sweet, Sue Sallade, Leslie Checkley, Sandy Morrow, Carla Jepsen, Susie Taylor, Amy Cousins, Brooke Maddux. Fourth Row: John Loyd, Jon Hall, Bruce Taylor, Cassie Besson. BRIDGE CLUB Bidding their way to a grand slam, the Bridge Clubbers meet afternoons in room 107. Mr. Maier, an expert trumper, gives them fine pointers. They've got the Bridge Club bug. 116 Seated, Left to Right: Mimi Offenhauser, Ginny Sue Winnicki, Barbara Wallendorf, Joanne Von Eschen, Pat Johns, Bob Ellis, Ralf Schaarschmidt, Gary Bach. Standing: Mr. Maier, Betsy Reid, Carol Witt, Bonnie Johns, Paul Ikerman, Sue Evans, Ted Hodgins, Joan Habermann, Sue Hare, Dave Dapis, Mark Bartersby, Karen Kieler, Pat O'Neill. WSKXQQEFBM ,Jig .2 CHEF'S CLUB Aspirants to the almost extinct art of masculine cooking are banding together, this year, in the Chef's Club. On the appoint- ed days ovens blaze in the Home Economics department at 7:30 a.m. Advising the chefs is Mrs. Dixon, who makes sure the poached eggs find their way from pan to plate without first greeting the floor. The boys in the organization are not without responsibilities. The complete set- ting of the table - in a some- what distinct style - and the cleaning of dishes are highlights of the meetings. The supreme test is the consumption of food by the chefs themselves. Kneeling: Pat O'Neill, Jim Gould. Standing: Mrs. Dixon, Geoffrey Stelling, Dick Liberatore, Adam Ross, Dave Chase, Bob Montgomery. 5 fwsmaas f. 1- f H... , ww f . 'i,'gL1ji gifs 1. ,u A ' 4 1 7 N F g I .. .f is . Left to Right: Pat Sheane, Judy Harris, Pam Ghents, Lynn Fleck, Donna Holly, Carol Sanders. THESPIANS This year's Thespian Club has concerned itself with learning the rudiments of the stage. Mr. Lewis, the club sponsor, directs his young ac- tors in acting techniques, and he plans visits to professional productions so the club mem- bers may get hints. DEBATING Someone jumps and says, "I have the floor." Remarkable brilliancy in speech is the weapon of Mr. Reid's debators. During afternoon hours, these peaceable negotiators divide themselves into teams, and the battle begins. The fastest, cleverest talkers win. At times, New Canaan debators are challenged to a duel with another town, giving them a chance to prove their skill. Kneeling, Left to Right: Kay Davis, Sandy Conner, Linda Terana, Gail Johnson, Barbara Rol- lin, Marty Drum, Sue Davis. Standing: Mr. Lewis, Pat Foster, Lynn Korbel, Sharon Hayden, Eileen Bak, Pam McClure, Cynthia Zimkus, Andrea Romako, Dick Liberatore. SLIDE RULE CLUB "Practically all of them have pretty good slide rules," reports Mr. Littlefield. Meeting afternoons in the library, the members of the Slide Rule Club are having great fun learning how to use and read their slide rules. Mr. Little- field plans to teach his eager students boolean algebra before the end of the year, and enthu- siastic sliderulers agree that one must be very intelligent to meet the challenge of this advan- ced phase of math. Left to Right: Art Hahn, Ste- phen Mitchell, David Speltz, Stephen Ivan, Dennis Cribby, Pat Foster, Pat Bettridge, Miss Lord, Don Hayden, Bob Bach, Margot Eberman, Barbara Vitti, Pat Duff, Christine Stur- ges, Judy Naill. 118 Jim Morrison, Mr. Littlefield, Tom Hohn, George Briechle, Dave Dapis, Bob Brigham, Bob Baker. l l STUDENT LIBRARIANS Learning to use the Dewey Decimal System isn't easy, but the student librarians must be eager and receptive, for they have no difficulty finding their way around in any library. Practice makes perfect, claims Miss Lord, so during free periods the students help her. Thus, they fa- miliarize themselves with the books and learn the basic fundamentals of the trained librarian's specialized job. PEP CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Gary Platt, Pete Wilson, Harris Bigelow, Keith Thorne. Second Row: Harvey Rhode, Dave Dapis, Dick Kenyon, Chuck Davis. Third Row: Tim Mills, Bill MacKay, John McDiarmid. RIFLE CLUB Underneath New Canaan High School, future hunters and sports- men fire their 22.'s at a target fifty feet away. Mr. Howard sees to it that the bullets find their proper destination and also arranges mat- ches for marksmanship medals. SQ UASH When civilians casually asked Squash Club members, "How's the squash coming along?", it was plain to see that most of them thought the organization to be a branch of the New Canaan Garden Center. However, although serving in a non-agricultural capacity, the club did plant seeds of friendly sport among duffers. Through the kindness of the New Canaan Coun- try Club, meetings were held at an enclosed court on Smith Ridge. The organization has succeeded in innovating a new sport which combines co-ordination, skill, and a great deal of fun. Kneeling, Left to Right: Don Ellis, Dick Kenyon, Pat Derrig, Joe Boccuzzi, Chuck Davis. Standing, Left to Right: Dennis Leuders, Tim Bryant, Ted Schmidt, Tom Kardos, Steve Zimmerman, Mr. Howard. People asked who wrapped the crepe paper around the goal posts of the home games. They wanted to know how the monster posters sup- porting the Rams were macle. Then, along came a girl who seemed to know all the an- swers. She explained that the Pep Club meets with Miss Ames and decides how school spirit can best be set on fire. The organization ar- ranges for spectator buses to go to athletic con- tests and composes signs and .posters of all shapes to adorn bleak corridors. She revealed that the Peppers iust came into being this past year. The girl was so enthusiastic about every- thing that people wondered why there are not more rooters like her. First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Blair, Pat Pellicci, Lisa Rodegas, Margie Alvesi, JJoan Perleberg. Second Row: Melanie Eklund, Shirley Ann Austin, Peggy Price. Third Row: Sue Strong, Sue Williams, Barbara Ford, Gretchen Neal, Helene Knight, Mary Pat Dix, Ginny Meyer. T19 AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB What would we do without the A-V Squad? They can run movie proiectors and tape re- corders, and they are indispensable backstage. Robert VanDerheyden is the master technician, and his band of electricians are a wonderful help all over the school. ATOMIC PHYSlCS CLUB Under the nuclear eye of Mr. S. Twardy, a group of six boys, known as the Atomic-Physics Club, meets two mornings per week in pre-dawn sessions. The organization's prime function is to give boys a better understanding of its name- sake, atomic-physics. Extra work, the students find, helps them in regular physics classes. The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow is a chance for advanced placement in college as a result of their study. Kneeling: Bob VanDerheyden. Standing, Left to Right: Dick Liberatore, Dave Dapis, Bob Bach, Steve d'Arazien. 120 left to Right: Tom Morrow, John Jackson, Bill Hauschild. Liz, Advanced Class Marylin, Advanced Class l9oivps'ro5 ' fyvjvff, Pronounced "athanotos hey psukay," these are the first words a Greek Class beginner learns. Trans- lated they mean "the soul is deathless," and to the members of the Greek Class the souls of the ancient Greeks are deathless. The members not only trans- late the wiggly lines that make up the Greek alphabet but also discuss their meaning then and today. Ancient Greek may be a dead language, but the ideas that were written in it will live forever. GREEK CLASS The heart benevolent and kind They sing in Greek for their sup- per: Susan Harry, Judy Peterson, Karin Wanner, Sharon Cooper, Mr. St. Clair, Brooke Maddux, Mary Naylor, Amy Cousins, Bill Gardner. 'I2'l linda Peterson, Pat Campell, SPORTS Pete Bill Jerry Kent Brian Ed Stu Pete FOOTBALL When the football season is recollected, the less ex- citing moments fade into obscurity and the thrilling instances become most prominent. Led by co-captains Pete Smith and Len Harris, the Rams, winning their first two games, seemed destined to have a successful season, the height of which came when New Canaan rushed Norwalk's "clam-towners" la class A schoolj 48-14. In this encounter, fierce deter- mination and team play enabled the Ram eleven to com- pletely out class their adversaries. A great deal of credit must be given to coaches Sikorski, Parry, and Bergman for their fine leadership throughout the season. f 1 ,MW "Www ffwyyyw-Ln Z nw ,vi ww-in vw www 1- wwfww www. vw in W ,lt ,wtfwv,4fy,,g,,m.,,L,:yf,ww Y i 'v'll"'vtZff- ml l '- W w, ,wmN',lEf'-W l1fl"'wfw' Wlzlwizl 124 New Canaan ...,. New Canaan ..... New Canaan ..,.. New Canaan ..... l""'l' New Canaan .,... New Canaan ..... New Canaan ..... Av? et.. f First Row, Left to Right: Coach Sikorski, Kent Barker, Dick Ste- wart, Pete Smith, Lennie Harris, Brian Havard, Jerry Mather, Coach Borgman. Second Row,: Coach Parry, Kirk Smith, Bill Averett, Pete Wall, Dann Vitti, Dick Bickford, Bob Stewart, Jim Slaughter, George Briechle. Third Row: Andy Mercer, Vic Mari- 125 28 SCOREBOARD St. Mary's High School ..... 12 Notre Dame 0 Staples ......... ..... . 14 48 Norwalk 14 22 Middletown 0 Andrew Warde ,..,, 'I6 6 Darien ........,..., ...,. . 28 novic, Gary Bulkley, Kevin Lahey, Pete DiVenere, Tom Wood, Frank Coletto, Dave Chase. Fourth Row: Dick Warnk, Marty Mull, Marshall Walker, Paul Chipello, Mike Janis, Chris Albright, John O'Shaughnessy, John Hibbert, Jim Sounders. E 3 E 1 126 l f Q1 Qvil' CROSS COUNTRY First Row, left to Right: Jim Nield, Gordon Streeter, Gary Campel, Steve Zimmerman, Ted Benedict, Alex Souden, Bill War- ren, Dennis Lueders, Tom Kardos, Richard Olsen. Second Row: This year's cross country team was the best in New Canaan High School's history, the season's highpoint being when sopho- more Ted Benedict placed sixth in the New England Cross Country Meet. Coach Reed Gary Bach, Pete Wilson, Toby Cooper, .Ioe Callaway, Gary Liber- atore, Dan O'Connell. and all members of the team deserve to be commended for the oustanding season, and special recognition should be given to Gary Liberatore for his outstanding first year per- formance. SCOREBOARD New Canaan ....., ...... 2 7 New Canaan ....,. ....., 2 7 New Canaan ...... ...... 4 5 New Canaan ...,., ...s., 3 0 New Canaan ....,. .,..... 3 5 New Canaan .,.... ..,.,. 3 9 New Canaan ..,... ,.,...,.....r.r............ 3 4 Andrew Warde ,..,,.. ....... 2 8 Harding ...,.....,,. .,..... 2 8 Danbury ..... ....,.. 'I 8 Fairfield ,...s ..,..,. 2 7 Ludlow ...,... ....... 2 0 Stamford ..... 4...,,. 2 2 Norwalk .........4......... ....... 2 5 County Meet 7 out of 10 won the JV out of 10 T s w ! l First Row Left to Right Dave Kelsey Louis Grallo Olaf Andrae Row: Coach Murphy, Henry Conklin, Chuck Griffiths, Ted Schmidt, Harvey Rohde Bill Irwin Creighton Conner Ralf Schaarschmldt Mike Meyers, Charles Startup, Gary Odell, Tim Mills, Judson Dove Jones John McDlarmld Bob Miller King Chapin Second DeCue. Missing: Art Chivvis, Steven Corrie. SCCCER On the strength of a 6-4-3 record, this will long be remembered as the soccer team's first successful year. The season reached its peak when the Rams tied previously un- beaten and untied Staples. The team's excellence was amply illustrated by its fourth place in county competition. In ad- dition, four teammates were members of the county all-star team. SCOREBOARD NCHS .,.. 0 Staples ....... .... 7 f NCHS Norwalk ....... 'I John f'E1.f. 5.ff1i'f Fl?:lE5l55k?iGJQ75r?N!'5??, NCHS Abbot Tech ,..r. NCHS Roger Ludlowe NCHS Greenwich ,.... NCHS Stamford .......,, NCHS Staples ,....,..,.. NCHS Norwalk ...,,..., NCHS Andrew Warde NCHS Andrew Warde NCHS Roger Ludlowe NCHS Greenwich .,..... NCHS Stamford ..r,. . Dave Bob IQ " BASKET- BALL Spirit characterized the basketball season of 1960. The team provided us with many exciting moments, and its 7-14 record certainly is not indicative of its ability. The prospects for next year ap- pear quite promising, and with a little hard work Coach Murphy feels that the team should have a very good season. First Row, Left to Right: Coach Murphy, Monte Brooks, Dave Jones, Chris Chase, Bill Huuschild, John McDiormid, Lennie Harris, Coach Duguid. Second Row: Bill Tiani, Bob Montgomery, Gary Bulkley, Tom Wood, Pete DiVenere, Rit Notale, Pete Ferris, Alex yn. WL ,koi . X gait? 3 t 'x Lennie Monte Chris John Dave Bill Reid, Bob Kraus, Bob Bach. Third Row: Gorton Wood, Dennis Lueders, Jim Saunders, Gary Liberatore, Tom Kardos, Andy Mer- cer, Bill laizzi, Frank Coletto, Dick Stewart. Bled. Fourth Row: Carl Caputo, Frank T Ann. 2 22 li lkcf mans SG .223 4 S f Ax s Q 92 ff: ,Ms vt 2 22 I av Q .w:., W 5 5 ,fin NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS NCHS SCOREBOARD Abbot Tech ...4..,..... 60 NCHS Greenwich .........,.... 50 NCHS Stamford , , ...,A 4 56 NCHS Wright Tech ..A..,...... 22 NCHS Alumni ...,.....,,......... 46 NCHS Andrew Warde Darien .... ,, A, 51 NCHS 59 NCHS Norwalk ..............., 6'l NCHS Staples .....,...,.,....,. 46 NCHS Roger Ludlowe ........ 57 NCHS NCHS ......,. 55 Roger Ludlowe .... . 64 Greenwich ..... Stamford ...., Wright Tech .., Andrew Warde Darien ,............ Danbury ....... Norwalk ..,.... Staples ....,,.,... Abbot Tech ..... Danbury ....... Art U Bruce Bruce ICEI4 Coach Paul Brooks faced the 1960 hockey season with a small nucleus of returning lettermen. Largely through his indefatigable efforts, he was able to guide his skaters to a record number of wins. Lecl by co-captains Bruce Titus and Wayne Catto, the Rams showed a marked improvement as the season progressed, the climax coming when the Rams 132 CD CKEY tied St. Mary's, one of the best teams of the State, 3-3. The spirit displayed by the team was obvious to the many new blue line fans who lined the rink at every game. With the prospect of many lettermen returning to the squad next season, Coach Brook feels the outlook for next year is exceptionally good. SCOREBOARD New Canaan , . 1 Darien High School A,,. ..,.. 2 New Canaan ,... 0 Brunswick Academy ..,. 1 New Canaan .... 1 Darien High School . ...... 2 New Canaan .... 2 Sf. Mary's High School .....r., 5 New Canaan ..... O Norwalk High School ....,...., O New Canaan ...,.. 3 White Plains High School .... 1 New Canaan ..,....... 4 White Plains High School .. 2 New Canaan . ,.., .. 3 St. Mary's High School .,,..., . 3 New Canaan . ..... 0 Norwalk High School .....,.,.. 3 New Canaan ,. 6 Brunswick Academy 1 First Row, Left to Right: King Chapin, Harris Bigelow, Kevin Lahey, Art Chivvis, Bruce Titus, Wayne Catta, Stu Brown, Bill Irwin, Pete Wilson. Second Row: Coach Brooks, Nick Noell, Bruce Keller, Chuck Griffiths, Steve Corrie, Bill McKay, Paul Keller, Gary Odell, John Hibbert, Don O'Connell, Coach Lewis. Mr. Brooks Caroline and Bruce Art and Lissa ,Wg Sue "fu Marilyn 1 Mi' Pai Y af: ' -- .Zf,.',.Li?Ef .ff " , L f' " 4 WIS . . V I B 1... . My .X ywwa -fl i , ,, 3' f 1. . uf w w fggsig A f ,ir iz ri .2 -.YP , A.. J f,,,f r Signe 134 Us cheering wildly. .. Lola Sandy Sandy From Top, Left ta Rigl' Marta Apy, Mary lou Yo mans, Ane Gardner, Sane Hibberl, Sandy Lowgre Marilyn Moon, Sue Green Pai Raymond, Loa Pia, Cap: I - l New New New New New New New New SCOREBOARD Canaan . O Westport ,. Canaan 'I Andrew Warde Canaan .. .. 1 Westport .. Canaan ..,.... O Darien .. . Canaan .. 'I Greenwich Canaan .. . , 4 Roger Ludlowe Canaan O Danbury . Canaan , .. 2 Stamford CHEERLEADERS GIRLS' HOCKEY Girls hockey, a most sought after sport, was much improved this year. The team, the maiority of which were seniors, came through with a number of victories. The squad was led by co-captains Marilyn Moon and Sue Greene. First Row, Left to Right: Marta Apy, Chris Musilli, Linda Johnston, Sandy Lowgren, Sue Greene, Marilyn Moon, Lola Pia, Mimi Moon, Pat Raymond, Sandy Hibbert, Betty Ludwig. Second Row: Priscilla Spring, Judy Peterson, Chris Kelsey, Ingrid Girard, Bev Tiani, Bev Pantalone, Q - Q Bottoms up Barb and Penny T Linda Cicoritti, Sharon Paglialungo, Barbara Natale, Brooke Worden, Miss Hereford. Third Row: Pam Ghents, Pam Orpet, Sue Fitzgerald, Ellin Quinn, Sue Hare, Mary Lou Youmans, Lynne Fairty, Ane Gardner, Donna Becker, Judy Carroll, Sue Strong. 4. - sd if , ewfefei , , 3 ,, 1: 'L" ' q A First Row, Left to Right: Bev Pantalone, Sandy Lowgren, Chris Musilli, Bev Tiani, Lola Pia, Sandy Hibbert, Marilyn Moon, Judy Carroll, Pat Raymond, Betty Ludwig, Miss Hereford. Second Row: Pam Cooper, Ann Hahn, Maureen Graves, Didi Chapin, Lynn Fairty, Ane Gardner, Sheryl Wilkinson, Brooke Worden, Mimi Moon, Barbara Meyer. Third Row: Nancy Bloom, Dana McDevitt, Martha Williams, Becky Hooper, Sue Schmaiter, Barbara Talmage, Maureen Gilbert, Charlotte Howard, Gail Davidson, Sally Lester, Diane Cech. CHRLS BASKETBALL An exciting game wound up the 1960 girls' basketball season. ln an overtime, they lost to rival Darien 42-48. Wins were few, but it was difficult to discourage the girls, and a definite path of progress was obvious. Sandy Hibbert was captain of the varsity, and Signe Lowgren was captain of the iunior varsity. SCOREBOARD Guard herl 136 NCHS ,....... 28 Roger Ludlowe NCHS ........ 5 Andrew Warde .... NCHS ........ 24 Westport ......, NCHS ,.,.,.,. 19 Greenwich NCHS ..,...., 36 Stamford .. NCHS ,,.,.... 27 Danbury ..... NCHS ........ 18 Greenwich NCHS ..,,.... 24 Staples ,... NCHS ......,. 42 Darien .,., A .254 33 25 27 12 33 48 39 13 48 X Up and over. The line up. They're feeling their Cheerios! Miss Dodd "Come into my parlor, said the spider to the fly." "Double buBble,1oil and trouble!" "le WA5Mff0nCf-155 .1-Ap' bw? I iust washed my hair ond can'i do u ihing wiih ii." Susie ond Dempster ,, ,L wp 3351- 1 , . r A ' ' " ' ' '1 ' - NWO' '. riff, - f f ,,' , . 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LIU HJRTH LIINEL Three Jolly Couchmen and Jerry To reach dramatic heights What's new? 141 x I A :Q 1 "When I was u bachelor I lived The lust sireich clone and worked of fhe weover's frade." L I 0 N QQZ. ' fk A-'wal Q For Whom fhe Bell Tolls All revolutionaries must grow beurdsf' "Nevermore" 143 " . " Ah , ,L,L L L, , L, ' . f f Lf ,-'Mx' 9 ,m QL S .N'k'v,r?1 1 V Nw , zmiif X., ' ::+' ,5 Q ima?-. ':- , Tr- We-'ffwf 1. Q LL , 7 ,gg,,fg,,L5,,,::v ,SQQSQLVQ-4,x2ffgmmw4,23, A-LM 4 -w i ' ' L - l - i ' 1" Q ' L. + r ' -15 " 'Fi 'fa L, f A W Lzw -L LL L, - L W Lf f V f X 11 The bear went over the mountain It makes you wanna cheer "Whof is fhis sfrange confusion?" New Canaan Imported Cars 230 Elm Street A 1 - Q-NW.. , xL KITCHEN REMODELING GAPPLIANCES NEW CANAAN WO 6-2673 Rizitgtttitritl ilvnu, 19 Fm' YOU buziftmq 08955 Stewc1rt's Market 131 Elm Street Carl Ruscoe, Inc 13 Elm Street Weed and Duryecu Company 30 Grove Street ' Q --x.. ,V . r L. Mui... - " The Home Oil Company Pine Street S. B. Hoyt, Inc. 141 South Main Street Sf 'Db' 431 Howard B. Toms Vitti Road 'I47 tx Q 41 7 Kiwi IW" 3 09' .1 6 was .. A , 'sf 5 1, Law s Karl Chevrolet Company 241 Elm Street aw, New Canaan Savings Bank 'WVQ S' 119 Main Street gun Home Facts, Inc. 8 Forest Street , .S 1 3 148 Bob's Sports 91 Park Street John C. Smith, Inc. 28 Balwin Avenue John's ear is off center U PATRCNS Mr. and Mrs. Linden B. Arthur ......,...,.......A,..A...A....,....... Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Austin ..,.. Bestever Drive-In Cleaners ....,...,.. Betty Bragin ..........,...........,.,...,... Mr. and Mrs. l. J. Billera ,...,. Bill's Sunoco Station .,.,.....,...... Mr. and Mrs. Kirwin B. Blood ,.... Bouton and Company, Inc. ..., . Breslow Brothers ...,.......,......... Bouton Electrical Company ......., Candlelight Restaurant ............ Chatterton Company ..,.,..,..,.,,. Cherida ..................,.,.........,........ Clapboard Hill Company, Inc. .,..., . Mr. and Mrs. Lon C. Clark ,....... Colonial Motors, Inc. ..........,... . Mrs. Priscilla Cooper ..,,.,..... Country Trader .,................,.... Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crawford .,.... ...... The Darby Company .............. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dauk ...... Deepwell Farm ............. ....,. The Deli-Bake Shop ...... A. H. Emery Company .,......, Esso Service Station ..,.,,........,..... .,..,. Mr. and Mrs. Alois Fabry, Jr. ........ , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Fairty .....,. Mr. and Mrs. Rocco E. Giorgio .,..,,, 32 Cedar Lane Valley Road Pine Street 31 Elm Street West Cross Road 179 Main Street Old Stamford Road 38 Grove Street 14 Elm Street 32 Grove Street Pine Street 'I64 Elm Street 26 Elm Street Pine Street 286 South Avenue 22 Elm Street 'I9 Laurel Road 69 Elm Street 42 Cedar Lane .. 16 Cherry Street Oenoke Ridge . 55 South Avenue 9 Elm Street Pine Street 44 Forest Street ,. Webb's Hill Road 43 East Maple Street 4 Strawberry Hill Road Francis E. Green Agency ............,........, ..,....,.,,., 1 21 Main Street Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hauschild ...... Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Haywood .,,...,.. Nursery Road Woodridge Road Helen- Roosevelt ........,..........,......,,.,.,, ......,,.. 5 9 Elm Street Hibbert Brothers ........,....,,..,,......,.,.,..,.., ...... l ll Main Street Ideal Rug and Upholstery Cleaners ,........ .,..,,. l Olmstead Court Ingold Hairdresser .............................,., .....,.... 6 2 Elm Street Jake's Barber Shop ................,... ...... l 00 Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Janis ...,... .....,........, L eslie Lane Mr. and Mrs. Hal C. Johnson ...,.,. .....,. l 16 South Avenue Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jones ,,.,...... ..,.......... P arish Road 150 Karl Brothers, Inc. .............,......,, , Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Kelsey ....... Mr. and Mrs. Russel A. Kimes ...... Mr. and Mrs. James King ,....... Kurt Kristahn Upholsterers ...... Lebow's Suburban Bootery ......, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Lewis ..,.... 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